I managed to leave with 17 pieces to replenish some low-in-inventory designs and colors - Anna Maria Horner Field Study; V&Co. Simply Colors; Nicey Jane; Bella solids; and a few basics.
Later, at Heartfelt Quilting and Sewing, we thoroughly enjoyed seeing Carolyn's quilts, and meeting her afterward. I was happy to note we have mutual acquaintances with several celebrity quilters! Jill and Marny, Tammy and Doris.
Carolyn does all her own FMQing on a Janome.
It's great to see the efforts of a young quilter who creates a quilt, from start to finish, all on her own.
Her workmanship is beautiful, so it wasn't surprising to know she won two ribbons at QuiltCon.
Now if we can just get Carolyn to come and visit us at our Central Florida MQG, couldn't we have fun?
|Sheddy, checking out Carolyn's quilting.|
Carolyn's first fabric line, Architextures by Robert Kaufman, were just too yummy to pass up. Though I didn't buy all 21 prints, I can already picture these as negative space and contrast prints in future quilts. In fact, I have a project in mind and I'm itching to get started!
A good time was had by all! Linda