Houston, continues

 

 

Some more Houston shots. I figured I had better just blog, otherwise I spend so long deliberating it will be Spring market before I show you this !

 

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This was one of my favourite ranges on the FreeSpirit booth, by Snow Leopard. There is already some to buy on ebay I think !

 

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Anna Maria Horner had a lovely booth, and these continued to catch my attention:

 

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There were no antique quilts in the main exhibition this year, which I thought was a shame. But there was this gem, and there was a new copy made of it on show. I really liked the old one though!

 

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This was just a lovely sunset one night from my hotel room:

 

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My classes started on the Monday for Festival, and this was my home for the next few days:

A great big thank you to Juki for the machines and the ever attentive technicians (Karen, and I think it was Brian). Having Juki machines was just great as they were exactly the same as mine at home, so any queries were easily dealt with.

 

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All my students were just lovely. And boy, did they work hard!

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These are a few of the pictures that I took.

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Everyone had their top together by the end of the day!

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This lady will definitely have this ready for the holiday season!

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They were all working from the quilt in my Jelly Rolls Quilts and Gifts book!

One Response to “Houston, continues”

  1. Catherine-Anne Redparth Says:

    Wow! Love these stars!… Off to search for the perfect jelly roll… Yes, I have the book! Catherine…x :)