Sarah's Story in Betsey Chutchian's booth
Pam Buda's booth
Riviera Rose by Renee Nanneman
I went to Quilt Market last Friday looking for what was new in repro fabric.
Not much. It was hard to find any 19th-century reprints scheduled for summer and fall delivery.
Rochester by Di Ford Hall
There are a few good lines out there. Some available now.
Susanna's Scraps by Betsy Chutchian
Some scheduled for fall
Regency Sussex by Christopher Wilson Tate
It's a good time to buy if you are looking for blues...
Tell your shop owner to buy them
and then you buy them from her.
It couldn't hurt.
Charlotte 1860 by Carrie Quinn
Abigail Blue by Mary Koval
Vive La France by French General
And you should be buying blues because one day the blue trend will be over
and you will have to rely on your stash.
Carol Hopkins, Mrs. Lincoln
There was no shortage of traditional patterns. We loved this one by Carol Hopkins but it's hard for shops to support the traditional and reproduction pattern businesses when there is no fabric to market with the books and patterns. Quilt shops are really not in the business of advising people to use their stashes.
Maybe next year.