Thursday, May 15, 2014

Spring Quilt Market Booth......

We are ready for Spring Quilt Market...tired, but ready.  Take a peek at our booth.  Before we left Georgia we raided the house for pieces to use for display, some we bought this past Labor Day when we went to the Hillsville Flea Market in Virginia and a few  other items we recently found on our quest to dress up our market booth.  As you can see we are in a dark corner, so on the way back to our hotel room we went to IKEA for some battery powered lights and a rug.  These should help make it more inviting.  We are the last booth on the 100 aisle so we left down the end wall to make it feel open....this also helps with cross ventilation....hope it's cooler tomorrow! 

 Isn't this little pink 50's ironing board just too cute!  It is so handy for displaying product that it has made an appearance many times in our booth's.
 Our little seating area includes 2 of our quilt designs and a vintage green step stool as our table.
  The child's chair, vintage carpenters ruler star and dough bowl add such charm....think these may have to make another appearance in our show booths as we travel.
A wagon from my childhood makes a cool display for our Kona and Osnaburg.  We are introducing the new paler Kona colors on the table between the wheels.

 This bench usually sits on our screened porch....after a good now holds several of our sewing pattern projects published by Cut Loose Press.  Hopefully a shop by you will soon be carrying them...Burlap in Flight, Burlap Ditty Bag and Rose Garden Pouch.

Isn't this pillow adorable, it was finished just in time to put it in the car...the pillow is made from 2 of our Dulce de Leche burlap fat quarters, the roses are made from tea-dyed cotton organdy.  The pouch was screen printed using our new poppy Thermofax screen.