Monday, October 27, 2014

Quilt Market 2014

What a great ride this has been with my new fabric line being launched at Fall Quilt Market in Houston. Blogging from my iPad, which is a little different that home on my desktop. I just wanted you all to see some of the photos from my booth, which was inside the Hoffman Fabrics booth. I ask feeling rather blessed right now and almost giddy with delight over the fact that I am living out my dream of have another fabric line and sharing my art on a completely different scale. This has been so fun! I will post more photos soon.

A view to my booth at Quilt Market, with phrases from the text fabric cut out with a Sizzix machine 'heart and soul sisters.'
The paper doll garland over the sign and my patterns
Fabi - just like a Big Shot by Sizzix for cutting die cuts with fabric
Side view of shelf with swatch aprons made by Opal Cocke
A closer look at the free patterns that will be on the Hoffman Fabrics website soon
The shelf with pin cushions made by Deborah Boschert, mug rugs and cup holders made by Lyric Kinard, messenger bag and 2 smaller bags made by Sue Bleiweiss - a whole lotta fun!

The decoupaged boots made with the rainbow color way were a big hit.  I wore them during Festival.

The dress form about brave, bold and strong girls

A stop at the Mistyfuse booth, and both Yvonne Porcella and I grace the packages of the 10-yard packs - she in Ultraviolet and me in White

Leslie Tucker Jenison and I getting ready to tear down my booth on Monday afternoon

The girls hanging out on bolts of my fabric line.  The fabric will start rolling into stores in January 2015.  Woot!


  1. Jaime, Thanks for the peak at your booth. Absolutely beautiful! And love your Barbies!

  2. Your booth looks so fun, love all the beautiful quilts and happy colors.


  3. Thanks for the awesome eye candy! I love your fabric!

  4. What a darling booth! I sure would have spent a long time looking around! I tried several place to buy some of your material, no luck! Where can I purchase it in K.C., Mo. area or on line?


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