We loved it!

We arrived home yesterday, landing in a huge storm. The passengers all clapped after landing. It was bumpy, rocky and the pilot flew right through the thick clouds on a wing and a prayer. I’m so glad to be home!

If you have fun, meet a lot of new people, and laugh a lot, it’s a successful market! We had a great market! Here’s a few of my “cutie” pictures from market.

We ran into the APQ girls the first day, wearing PAJAMAS! They had a kick off going that was clever and creative. Slippers too, oh my how cute is that?

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And remember that cute trailer with the red dots I showed you in the Michael Miller booth? Look at the finished version! The back is open and filled with water bottles! It’s surrounded by large trees and I swear you’d think you were camping. It was darling!

Michael Miller

I ran into Pat Sloan in the hallway. She’s as cute as ever. Don’t know how she does it!

 

 

Pat and Anne

Then Mark Lipinski came along. I’m sure he’s been called cute way too often! Must be the eyes. Looking good there Mark!

Mark & Me

And speaking of cute, just look at my friend Kimberly , owner of The Fat Quarter Shop! She is just so dang cute and can you believe she just had twins?

Kimberly and Me

And Jennifer from Shabby Fabrics! She’s another friend and a “cutie”.

 

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Here we are packed up and ready to leave. Anne B ran over and addded the pumpkin. Cute!

Kind of cute

And just before we left Anne Bryson handed me this birthday card…

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Chelsesa’s not so sure how cute it is!

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Next post I’ll share the one person who I admire so much I cried when I met her!

Hugs to everyone!

 

Anne

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  • cathie - Hi Anne, It is so good to know you are home and had a successful and great Market – I knew you would. Just love you work, Keep it up. Cathie from OZReplyCancel

  • Miss Jean - Anne: I'm glad you had a great time. I'm still drolling over the Scotty Quilt!!!!!! Yea!!!!

    Stop on over at my blog when you get a second. I bought something that was inspired by you!ReplyCancel

  • Barb - sounds like you had a wonderful time!!ReplyCancel

  • Betweens - Anne it really looked like it was your time to shine!! it look like so much fun and one big happy family.. that is a way a conference should be!!
    Can't wait to see who got you all emotionalReplyCancel

  • Kathie - great pictures..can't wait to read who it is!
    Love the card ! Anne is just so thoughtful.
    did you sell out of all the little scotties?
    KathieReplyCancel

  • Vickie E - Anne, it was great to meet you and I surely hope the antics of the 3 of us (Rachel, Julie and I) didn't offend you. I am usually a calm person. I still want to make that lil bitsy dog…as soon as it is available at the FQshop..I'm there.ReplyCancel

  • Thimbleanna - Glad you girlies made it home safe and sound. Happy, Happy Belated Birthday!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jackie - Anne, glad to see you made it home safe and sound! It was good to see you again. As you know your booth was awesome. I will be posting the pics I took soon. I'll let you know.ReplyCancel

  • Goosegirl - Cute! I am wondering who is the person that you admire so much it brought you to tears. And Chelsea is MUCH cuter than the card! Heehee!ReplyCancel

  • trelly - thanks a lot for the pictures Anne, We enjoyed the Market with your help, kissesReplyCancel

  • W. Latane Barton - aw, poor Chelsesea (did I spell that right?) a twin and one is cardboard. well, at least it won't bark at her.ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - Thanks so much for the market posts! And hope you have a wonderful birthday! I can't wait to hear who you met who brought you to tears…think if I ever get to market there might be a few like that on my list…so many creative geniuses in the quilt industry!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Loved the teardrop trailer the first time I saw it. Clever idea with the water. I have many quilts in my home completed from Jennifer's Shabby Fabrics. Chelsea could easily pose for a birthday care..thanks for sharing the good times. LouiseReplyCancel

  • Rachel - Oh what fun! It must have been so hard to pack up and leave.

    Your 'Le Jardin' quilt looks fabulous. Love it!ReplyCancel

  • happy zombie - Jill had told me about their pajama schoolhouse (I love it!)… fun to see them! Anne, all of your photos are so beautiful and everyone glows when they stand next to you. Not that they don't already glow… but extra glow!

    I can't wait to see who's got your cup of admiration all filled up. First you make me wait in agony for the 5th of the month each month to roll around… and now this. I bet you were the one behind Who Shot J.R., too.ReplyCancel

  • Sinta Renee - Welcome back home! I hope you get some rest now… if that's even possible! You are just so darn cute Anne! I am anxious to hear who the mystery person is…who you obviously adore!?!ReplyCancel

  • Sue - Happy Birthday, Anne! Enjoy the day with your family!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims - Gotta love those plane rides!!!!
    Market sounds perfect, such fun and cute pictures!! Did I see that cute pumpkin in Anne B's favorite designers booth? Well, I mean second fav designer….lol..
    Thanks for sharing your fun time with us peeps. I love your beautiful BOM in your pics.ReplyCancel

  • Diane - Welcome home, Anne! Thanks for sharing all your great pics from market :-)ReplyCancel

  • Helz - Good to see you home safe & sound Anne… Market looks to have been one Big Long Party… What Fun !!!ReplyCancel

  • Sue in Ohio - You guys are wonderful. Bridgett just helped me learn how to leave a comment on your blog. We'll see if it works.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - You are so lucky to be able to go these wonderful shows. Thanks for taking us along.
    CherylReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Hi Anne, I work at a quilt shop and accompany the owner to market. It's great fun and alot of work!! I've compared it to a "Homecoming" every six months. We are doing your Block of the Month again this year. Keep up the good work, we love what you do. We also love 3 Sisters. Please enter my name in your drawing. Patt from Lincoln.ReplyCancel