Quilt Market – Pittsburgh

We had a lovely weekend in Pittsburgh exhibiting at Spring Market. It was wonderful to see many of our loyal customers, new store owners and many of my designer friends. Thanks for all your support.

As we were able to drive I took the whole gang. My three children Kelly, Jason and Aimee, Mitch our new employee and Melissa my good friend. I had lots of helpers but my main objective was to have them experience market and meet many of our customers. We all had fun some a little too much!

A fun group who shared their purses

Astrid from Cotton and Color in Switzerland sharing the projects I will be teaching for her next April


Barbie Brooks shared her Crimson Tweed quilt with me


Jen Kingwell, my good friend, in her colorful booth






My friend Kori in her booth. Her first market with fun patterns under the name Olive Grace using Genziana wool thread for embroidery

Lots of inspiration and fun colors this spring!
Spent the last couple of days organizing after market and getting ready for my class in Orvieto, Italy. Left today blogging in Toronto then overnight to Rome.

Was able to fit in a quick trip to the Cleveland Art Museum yesterday with Joyce. I wanted to see the Van Gogh exhibited Repetitions. It was great made me see my little repetitive samplers in a new light. Lots of texture and great color combinations in his paintings

Creative Stitching

3 Responses to “Quilt Market – Pittsburgh”

  1. Kori says:

    🙂 Thanks Sue! Have a wonderful time in Italy. Wishing you a very happy birthday on Monday! Hugs, Kori

  2. Nubin says:

    Hello Sue! I love your new hairdo! You look great. I had a marvelous time with Sarah Feilke at the Mackinac Island Needlemwotk seminar. Jackie announced that you and Sarah will be teaching in 2016! I am saving my money now to be able to come. Two of my favorite teachers at once! Yippee!

  3. Terry J says:

    Wower’s Lots of wonderful fun fun things, so many talented people
    Thanks for sharing. Love your blog and wonderful ideas.
    The picture with the gals and their purses, do you know the name of the pattern
    and where I could purchase it?
    Great travels .

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