Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Spring Quilt Market Booth Tour - Day 1

We're back from Spring Quilt Market with plenty to show! We'll be splitting the photos into three days of posts. Today you'll see the booth displays and new collections from Nancy Halvorsen, Rose Ann Cook, and Cheryl Haynes. 

First up, Nancy Halvorsen's display, featuring her bright new collection, Bree

Nancy showing her calendar quilt, which features a different applique block and word for each month. The quilt is featured in her new book.

A closer look at the quilt: 

It feels like summer at this fresh patio set, with cushions covered in Bree fabric and a cute hourglass block quilt top. 

A closer look at the quilt: 

Nancy's blocks can be used individually, as well, such as for a pillow.

Adorable themed banners and small wall hangings for each month: 

We're thrilled to see your new collection, Nancy! We've missed you!

A few more quilts made using the Bree collection (both are available as free patterns on our website).

Click here for a sneak peek at the entire collection, available in shops this summer. 

Next, Rose Ann Cook, with her new collection Modern Antiques.

Rose Ann's collection was inspired by the antique quilt she's holding here. 

A gorgeous classic quilt design with twelve different blocks, made from Modern Antiques.

Simple half-square triangles pack a punch in Rose Ann’s “Cracker Jack” quilt.  “Churn Dash Candy” is folded in front.  The quilt to the right with the fanned top (Hidden Shoo Fly) is available as a free quilt pattern on our website.  These three quilts are SISTERS Quilts, meaning that each one can be made from one half of one fat quarter bundle (plus backgrounds, sashing and borders. Rose Ann introduced her line of SISTERS Quilt Patterns at the show.

Star blocks in a table runner

Rose Ann shows the quilt she made using her fabrics based on the antique version.  This quilt, called “Antique 4-Corners” is also a Sisters Quilt Pattern.  She made Antique 4 Corners and the Cracker Jack quilt from the same fat quarter bundle!! 
SISTERS Quilt Patterns are available from Rose Ann’s shop, Quilter’s Emporium.

Click here for a sneak peek at the Modern Antiques collection, available in quilt shops this fall.

Cheryl Haynes' booth display features her three newest collections, Pumpkin Patch, Liberty Hill and Chicks on the Run

Cheryl used her Liberty Hill collection to create an iconic Americana quilt, the Liberty Hill Collection Quilt. The pattern can be made into three smaller quilts or combined into the quilt Cheryl's holding below. 

Ready for fall? Pumpkin Patch has all the right prints!

Using Liberty Hill coordinates for a beautiful star quilt.

Cheryl's Liberty Hill quilt on its own.

More details from the Liberty Hill Collection Quilt:

Chicks on the Run--so cute!

Sweet bird and chick themed quilts using the Chicks on the Run fabric:

Click here to see the entire Pumpkin Patch collection, available in quilt shops now. 

Click here to see the entire Liberty Hill collection, available in quilt shops this summer.
Click here for a sneak peek at the Chicks on the Run collection, available in quilt shops this fall.

Stop by tomorrow as we continue our booth tour! 
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  1. Oh I love all these quilts and fabrics. Have a great day!!

  2. I like Nancy Halvorsen's new block of the month project. Very appealing.
    And Cheryl Haynes' Liberty Hill is appealing as well. Some of those fabrics would make a lovely QOV project.