Spring Quilt Market 2014: Part 1 | AllPeopleQuilt.com Staff Blog

Spring Quilt Market 2014: Part 1

This past weekend the staff of American Patchwork & Quilting traveled to Quilt Market in Pittsburgh. We met with fabric companies, fabric and quilt designers, book publishers, and product developers to find the very best projects and tools for our magazines! We’re very excited about everything we saw and can’t wait to share it with you in future issues. Get a sneak peek at some photos we took and the trends we’re seeing! See more pictures here.


Our booth at Quilt Market


Past and future Quilt Sampler quilts hanging in our booth


Presenting Quilt Sampler awards and showing off quilts to shop owners


View of the show floor from above


Our Stitches to Savor expert Sue Spargo had beautiful embellished quilts in her booth


Dear Stella showcased their mini polka dot fabrics in a hanging heart quilt


Henry Glass & Co. showed off new fabric lines in a springtime display


Our podcast host Pat Sloan had the cutest sewing machine wall hanging in her booth


A huge line waits for Handi Quilter ambassador Angela Walters to sign her book


We couldn’t get enough of this Michael Miller Fabrics houndstooth print


We can’t wait to get Aurifil thread to match all our favorite fabric lines


Our Quilts and More cover star Kim Christopherson had the cutest quilts for every season


Pat Bravo’s new line for Art Gallery Fabrics is stunning


Darlene Zimmerman’s booth for Robert Kaufman was so cute


Editor Lisa checks out new projects and gorgeous quilt at Coats & Clark


Get all your kitchen essentials patterns in Amy Barickman’s booth for Indygo Junction


Can you spot the deer in Emily Herrick’s booth for Michael Miller Fabrics?


We’re still drooling over these Kona Cotton solids


One of the most talked-about fabric at Quilt Market was the release of RJR Fabrics new division Cotton and Steel


Falling Leaves from Northcott has such rich colors that are perfect for fall

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3 Responses to “Spring Quilt Market 2014: Part 1”

  1. I’ve never been to a “quilt” convention but the pictures I have been viewing are bright, colorful and overwhelming for the creative processes. Very lovely!