Saturday, May 22, 2010

Minneapolis Mash Up

I just want you to know that when I get home on Tuesday, the many, many, pictures I have on my blackberry will be patiently loaded on this blog. It isn't happening right now. These are the pictures that loaded in the last hour. Oy. If another full day in the convention center wasn't enough - I was taken to the Mall of America today for lunch and a roller coaster ride. A person should not and could not expect anymore. You want more??? Okay, how about dinner in a 4 star restaurant with quilting royalty and a ride in a limo. More details tomorrow......

First things first... this is Joanna's beautiful Fig Tree & Co. booth. Another hit Joanna.
Here we have the ribbon winner - Bunny Hill with her fantastic take on all things baby.
Blackbird Design couldn't be here in Minneapolis, but Kansas City Star had a lovely display of their work.
Best use of funky, weird things?? This is a "quilt ladder" in American Jane's booth made out of antique textile mill spools.

Please make sure to visit all the other bloggers. More tomorrow, complete with restaurant reviews.


WoolenSails said...

Love seeing the creative ways in which the designers create a space to work with their new lines.


pdudgeon said...

Thanks so much for the pic of Fig Tree & Co.
ok, everyone say it with me.....
diamonds and squares and triangles,
oh my!
diamonds and squares and triangles,
oh my!
diamonds and squares and triangles,
yep, it's another gotta have pattern.

lovetostitch said...

cant wait to see all your pics - thanks for sharing the ones you did - Fig Tree does always have a beautiful booth.
4 star restaurant with royalty - Do tell!! Have a super day!

Shelley said...

Love seeing the photos! Ilike the quilts from Blackbird designs too!

PamKittyMorning said...

Can't wait to read all about it!

moosecraft said...

They all are GREAT! Thanks for sharing with us! Love the spool ladder idea!!!! Methinks I'll have to give that a try!

mascanlon said...

Love all the booths. Thank you for taking all the photos and sharing them with us. Almost (but not quite to be truthful) as good as being there.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Oh my! Just gorgeous displays! Thanks for the great photos!

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