Wow! What a fantastic week we had in Utah for Quilt Market!! A HUGE thank you to every single person reading this, every single person who came to visit us, every single new person we had the pleasure of meeting-- for each of you plays such an intricate roll in what we do, and for you all we are eternally grateful! A heartfelt thank you to Free Spirit Fabric for accommodating us so beautifully. We're very proud to be a part of the fabulous Free Spirit Team! We received such wonderful feedback on Girl's World. We already we knew how magical it was and how in love we were with the beautiful project, but what a treat to hear it from so many dedicated, talented, supportive people. Thank You!
First of all, a huge, heartfelt thank you to the Make & Mingle crew, as well as all who joined us at the fabulous book signing on Tuesday--what a fun gals afternoon we had!! It was really awesome meeting friends in person that we've been chatting it up with on twitter! We love our twitter & we love our Sis Boom friends!!! West, son of Make & Mingle owner, Alexcia, sure had a great time hanging with Jennifer. He also did a great job of greeting all the women who came to get their copy of Girl's World!! Thanks, West! He even signed someone's book for them! Cute, cute, cute!!! Our next big event is Quilt Market in Utah! Get ready!!!.. because we're going to be having a very special School house, featuring the amazing Carla Crim of Scientific Seamstress, and then our Girl's World book signing at the Chronicle Books booth!!! We'll also be handing out some real goodies so make sure to stop by and say hello! (We'll be getting you dates & times within the next day or so!)
Check out this Honey Child beauty designed by Marsha Moore!! Marsha will be in Utah-- so make sure to say hello and let her know you saw this gorgeous quilt on our blog! Have an awesome day, everyone!
Even our boxes go out in style around here. We just sent off a few very heavy boxes that are headed to Utah! Knowing that market is flooded with hundreds and thousands of boxes, we decided to kick it up a notch and make ours a very obvious Sis Boom box. Think we did ok? Who's going to market?!