Quilt Shop Reviews – Savannah, GA

As I mentioned in my earlier post, Jen and I went gallivanting in Savannah on Saturday. As we wandered about, we had the privilege of visiting two fabric shops in Savannaha nd one in Garden City. I decided to review the two Savannah shops together given there are a few days of QuiltCon related posts. …

QuiltCon 2017 – The Vendors

In looking at the quantity and quality of vendors, there appeared to be a robust market experience at QuiltCon. However, given this is my 3rd QuiltCon, I think the vendor experienced has deteriorated.  There were lots of manufacturers and some of them put a lot of effort into making it fun and informative for the…

QuiltCon 2017 – The Quilting

Yesterday I shared some of my favorite quilts from QuiltCon. They were all pieced amazingly well, but the quilting can make or break a quilt. There were several quilts that caught my eye for their extraordinary quilting that dramatically contributed to the overall impact of the quilt. Here goes, in no particular order.  This quilt…

QuiltCon 2017 – The Quilts

We got to Savannah yesterday and spent the day checking out the riverfront and then had an awesome dinner at Cotton & Rye. There were many cocktails involved. Today, we got up early, had breakfast and coffee, and then we were off to QuiltCon to see the amazing quilts. Today’s post focuses on some of…

Quilt Market Day 2, Part 2 – the Quilts

Quilt Featival Houston falls right after Quilt Market, but the show is up during Market. So after a long day of walking the Market show floor, we found one last burst of energy to view the show.  The work is stupendous and the show is huge. The range of categories is vast, and there is…

Quilt Market Day 2 – The Market

Our day started off with a pleasant surprise of a chance meeting with Norman Wyatt who designs Earthtones for PB Textiles. He and his wife were warm and lovely and we enjoyed chatting with them against the backdrop of the beautiful Monument Au Fantome by Jean Dubuffet. I wish I had gotten a better picture…