Di Ford is a delight. Her quilts were as charming as she is.
Petra Prins Booth was scrumptious too. The first day, when I could get around to take photos, the lighting wasn't quite working yet. This was the only photo that turned out.
Segolaine Schweitzer had lovely quilts with lots and lots of embroidery all over them.
These were directly across from our "house" and were a constant source of inspiration. Japanese Boros. They are multi-patched and mended textiles out of Japanese indigo fabrics. They were lovely. Polly and I coveted them immediately. They tell a story of making-do and poverty, but the lovely textiles shown through.
Merchant and Mills.
Sophie Digard. YES! Sophie Digard. Swoon.
Kaffe Fassett and Brandon Mably. What can I say about their work - they are masters of color. It was truly inspiring.
This is Brandon visiting our house. He visited a lot. We loved his company. Here he is learning how to hook rugs. A few minutes later, he was teaching rug hooking. Genius.
Brandon, Kaffe, Polly and I went out to dinner. Twice. We can't wait to visit with them again.