Melody Miller's booth and her new fabric collection, "Ruby Star Rising".
Ha, I love those sneaker roller skates under the tree.
Jenean Morrison didn't have a booth, but Westminster had a nifty little corner set up for her fabric collection, I believe it's called "In My Room".
I'm a sucker for little dresses, and these by Emily Taylor are dreamy, as is her charming booth.
I'm really lovin' this color palette and sweet little end display for Natalie Lymer's collection, "Folk Tale".
Those little collared shirts are too stinkin' cute! Use them to put whatever you want in them, and I think they're going to be a free downloadable pattern eventually (but don't quote me on that, Market was crazy and it's completely possible I misunderstood!)
The Moda booth for "Glamping" by Mary Jane Butters...
While Anna Maria Horner did have her own stunning booth, I was super excited to see her spectacular feather skirt in person in a little corner nook in the Westminster booth. I saw pics of it from last Spring Market, and was pretty much drooling all over it.
I thought I'd close with Tula Pink. Her booth and quilts for her new line, "Salt Water" were amazing. She also has coordinating ribbons and a clever hexagon quilt kit, including the fabric already pre-cut!
Her pixelated anchor quilt blew me away. I wish you could see the quilting better in this photo, but it's truly stunning.
All in all, a completely inspiring experience.
If you've not yet attended Quilt Market, hope you get the chance soon, I highly recommend it!!