Hi Quilters!

This was my first time ever going to Quilt Market, and wow, what a time I had!

I flew into St. Louis on Wednesday, and got all registered and received my official name badge ~ another first, so exciting! :)

Everyone needs a quilty buddy to experience the show with so I met up with Janel from Nite Owl Quilting (we are friends from Sew Pro in Chicago) and her friend Dorie from Forever Quilting. We had a ball! Thanks ladies, it wouldn’t have been the same without you!

Spring Quilt Market 2017
Nite Owl Quilting & Forever Quilting

Thursday we attended School House. The day kicked off with a Welcoming presentation and the Moda Fabrics William Morris Premiere Event, showcasing the new William Morris Fabric. All of the attendees received a free bag from Moda with two charm packs of the fabric!

Spring Quilt Market 2017

Spring Quilt Market 2017

Before Schoolhouse begins you receive a newspaper-like schedule full of presentation options. You have to choose one presentation for each 1/2 hour ~ it’s not easy to choose by the way!

Schoolhouse Spring Quilt Market 2017

There were 13 time slots and 228 options total! I decided to kick off my day with Jen Kingwell. She is the sweetest and I love her designs and fabric from Moda.

Spring Quilt Market 2017

Elizabeth Hartman had a schoolhouse showing off her newest quilt design and fabric line, Pond.

Spring Quilt Market 2017

Alison Glass had some gorgeous quilts with her new fabric line… CHROMA!

Spring Quilt Market 2017I was a WINNER of a fabric bundle! It’s mine… all mine! But, you can buy it here if you love it too! Spring Quilt Market 2017

Brigitte Heitland showed off her new fabric line, she is such a sweet lady!

Spring Quilt Market 2017

I scored a signed copy of her new book, Zen Chic Inspired, from Martingale.

Spring Quilt Market 2017

The day was jam packed and it ended with Sample Spree, where I bought a few more goodies to add to my Alison Glass bundle!

Spring Quilt Market 2017

I think this Woolies Flannel bundle will make the perfect scarves for my Penguin Quilt!
Spring Quilt Market 2017

And I couldn’t resist this new roll up of Panache by Rebecca Bryan!
Spring Quilt Market 2017

And then.. Quilt market began Friday – Sunday! I’m going to start with my favorite part!
I was lucky enough to have one of my designs for Coats displayed in the Shell Rummel booth! So fun!

spring quilt market 2017I designed this Moonlight pattern last fall and it’s now available as a

free download here!

spring quilt market 2017

You can see the entire collection on the Freespirit Fabric sites, HERE.

spring quilt market 2017

Look at the fun cards they had in the booth!

spring quilt market 2017

It’s really nice to be recognized! :)

spring quilt market 2017

Shell’s fabric looks amazing on this bag! (Pattern is by Aunties Two) And it turns out that one of my quilt guild members, Donna, made the bag! Small world!

spring quilt market 2017

Ok… enough gushing, I took tons of other pictures…

Warning

photo dump coming! and this is just a sampling, my phone is full!

I hope you enjoy these…

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Spring Quilt Market 2017

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105 Comments on “Spring Quilt Market 2017”

      • I am from Ma. A new beginner, I am in awe that all you ladies design.I am making a quilt of my own design with some others ideas it is a po pourri of many lol. Now at the schools are you learning more ideas, making something, or just like a tutorial?? Thank You Love your Blog, Happy Quilting…

    • Soooo very jealous. Would have loved being there and seeing all the beautiful quilt ideas and fabric and teachers!!!

    • That is some serious QuiltMania! What incredible eye candy- thanks for sharing and glad to see some EPP items!
      Best,
      Donna B

  1. Loved seeing your pictures! Was fun to see how my bag was used in the Coats booth.

  2. This looks like it was a lot of fun. Would have loved to be able to do something like this sometime.

  3. How fun Quilt Market, I live in Texas and hope to go to the Houston Quilt Market someday. Thanks for the giveaway.

  4. This is wonderful! And a lot to digest. I will be returning several times just to take it all in. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Thank you so much for sharing all the photos from Quilt Market!!! So many beautiful fabrics and creative projects. Just found your website and am looking forward to starting the Scrap Happy Sampler very soon.

  6. Thank you for this great post about Quilt Market! Everything is so bright and colorful! Thank you for this great giveaway! Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

  7. Thanks for this very informative post. Almost like I was there. Loved all the photos.

    I am now a follower on Instagram also. Thanks again !

  8. Such fun to look at all the pictures and see all the wonderful things. Can’t imagine what it would be like in person. Your giveaway looks like lots of fun.

  9. Oh, my….Quilt Market is such fun. Thank you for letting me ride along with your beautiful post! And thank you for a chance at your giveaway. I live in Montana…:)

  10. Hi – I really enjoyed your post. I hope to be able to start traveling to different quilt markets when I get my son out of high school and off to college (3 more years). We went to Paducah one year before my son started school and caught the bug. Now I see all year and do craft shows in the summer and fall and love it. Thanks for posting – your pictures are great !!!

  11. So envious of your market trip but so thrilled you shared awesomest pictures!!! You are sew lucky to win Alison Glass bundle….on my bucket​ list!!! Woo hoo!!

  12. Thank you much of giving us a taste of the beautiful quilts. Such artistry
    Love your work as well. Keep it coming…

    Deb Waldrop

  13. Thank your for sharing pictures & info this week!! Loooks like such fun going to Quilt Market!! Thank too…for chance to win your Give-a-way!! :D

  14. Thank you for sharing! I fell in love with the TOMTE Santa Quilt Pattern and ordered it. It was fun looking at all the pictures etc. from the Spring Quilt Market 2017

  15. What fun…….going to Quilt Market 2017. Thanks for sharing your photos and the opportunity to win Cotton and Steel give-a-way! Love it.

  16. I was so taken with all the photos of the new fabrics and designs that I almost forgot to comment. I would dearly love to attend a Quilt Market but that is not going to happen. Instead I feel the excitement without any stresses each spring and fall as the new is revealed. Thanks for sharing.

  17. What a wonderful experience you had! Thank you for sharing and thank you for the give-a-way!

  18. I love “Cotton and Steel”. I may never be able to go to Quilt Market but I loved every photo you shared. I am new to your blog and I really appreciate you, positively and for sure! Thank you, too, for the generosity of your giveaway!

  19. I wasn’t able to be at market in person but certainly felt like I was participant. Your took wonderful pictures.
    Thank you for sharing.

  20. Oh My! This would be a dream trip for me!! Of course the hubby would be bankrupt by the time I came home, no wonder he keeps me from going! lol!! Thanks for the tour!

  21. I loved seeing all the pictures from quilt market. Those clocks are adorable too.

  22. I want to go to look at booths as much as I do fabric and quilts! Gorgeous and so creative! Thank you for showing us around. :)

  23. Love your Moonlight pattern. Thanks for all the fab photos of quilt market. Sew much fun to see all of the up and coming. Do love to add perle cotton to my projects as it’s wonderful to stitch with and adds such great texture.

  24. Sherri it has to be so exciting going to quilt market. Thank you for sharing some great pics and gifts

  25. What fun you had on my quilty wish list to get to Quiltcon, but your photos made me feel like I did land, Thanks sew for fun and chance to win!

  26. Hello from Nova Scotia! Looks like you had a wonderful time! I would have been so overwhelmed.

  27. Nice to see the Moonlight Moments quilt with its soothing colors among all the loud bright colored quilts. It would be great to see more like this. Thanks for all the great pictures of International Quilt Market.

  28. Thanks for sharing Quilt Market!!! “Almost “like being there! I love the Moonlight pattern!
    The clocks are adorable! I have the pink sewing machine. Everyone loves it. The owl is so cute. I might have to have one.

  29. Wow! Just wow. How do you take it all in without being overwhelmed? I hear so much about Quilt Market but haven’t seen such an extensive peek like I got with your photos. Thanks so much!

  30. So awesome! Thanks for sharing all the pictures. So many beautiful fun things to see!

  31. Hi,Thank You so much for this neat post! Your Quilt is stunning! Thanks for sharing!!!

  32. Hi!! Vivian here, from PA. Thanks for the great pictures from Quilt Market! Loved them all!! I’ll never be able to go, so I love that you shared with us. Blessings!!

  33. Thank you for sharing Quilt Market with us!!! Drooling over all the booths! Also, thanks for the Moonlight pattern. Working on your Tomte pattern now for my granddaughter. Still in the process of choosing fabric for the Dear Daughter quilt, but am so excited to get started on it! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  34. So enjoyed the Quilt Market pictures. So glad you shared the pictures. What a fun event it must have been!

  35. Wish I could be there!! I am in western Canada looking out my window at a snow storm–NO JOKING :(((

  36. Sitting in the St. Louis airport right now on my way back to Boston – looking at your “yummy” pictures! I can’t believe I was so close, but yet so far away! So happy you had a GREAT time!

  37. Sew much amazing quilty stuff in one place! Wish I could be there sometime. Thank you for sharing it.

  38. Oh my gosh!! I want to go. I want to go. I have to hurry, though … be 80 next month and I need to get to Quilt Market!! More fabric!! Whoopee! More patterns … I’ve just bought another one of yours. I love them all!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  39. How exciting – so many things to look at – love the colors, the designs, the possibilities…!

  40. Thanks Sherri. Really enjoyed all your market pics. So many ideas and inspiration bubbling. Appreciate your give-away too. Should mention I found you through big stitching and I really love what you do.

  41. Congratulations, Sherri! You must be so excited to have your quilt pattern featured at quilt market! I have always wanted to attend! You go, Girl!

  42. Love seeing your photos of Quilt Market. Elizabeth Hartman’s new pattern is awesome. I went to Quilt Con in Atlanta this year and these gatherings are so inspiring.

  43. So jealous! I love looking at quilts. I’m never sure what I like more, owning them, making them, or dreaming about making them!

  44. I’m in NC, glad you got to go and Thanks for the pictures. I see some wonderful quilts to make in the future.

  45. Hi Sherri
    Thanks for the pictures they are great. As a shop owner a long time ago. I’d never got to go to Market. Thanks for sharing
    Terri Vadenais

  46. Loved your pictures – and love your patterns – looks like you had an amazing time

  47. Your pictures are all so drool worthy! I would have wanted to camp there…it looks like Disneyland for sewists! (and I am jealous of your Allison Glass bundle lol)

  48. Sherri–I had so much fun seeing Quilt Market through your photos and story! Thanks so much for sharing this and also for the beautiful pattern! So happy for you!!!

  49. What a great photo tour! Thanks for sharing so many photos with us so those of us who couldn’t attend can share in the eye candy!

  50. Oh my gosh! I would have been in heaven if I were there. Fabrics, quilts,and patterns, oh my! How can a person attend and not spend thousands of dollars. It would be like a kid in a candy store. Thanks for allowing me to view parts of it from the safety of my computer. 😊

  51. You are so lucky to have gone to Quilt Market and to have met so many creative people and to have been surrounded by all those beautiful quilts and sewing projects!!

  52. Thanks for the fantastic, comprehensive tour of Quilt Market! Even after all the other blog posts I’ve seen elsewhere, you showed me things I hadn’t seen and am excited about–like Tula Pink’s Holiday Homies! Plus, your explanation of what it’s like to be at Market made it really understandable–I found myself wondering how I would choose what to attend, which “rare” pre-cuts to buy.

    Congratulations on the Moonlight quilt getting so much attention, both in the booth and in the marketing materials. It’s well-deserved, because that quilt is a stunner.