Geez, it's already been a month since Spring Quilt Market and I'm finally getting around to posting. That just goes to show how crazy things become when the kids get out of school and summer break begins.
I wanted to give you a little peek into what I've been up to lately and then over the next couple weeks I'll post more in depth about each new adventure. But for now, here's a few tidbits to tease you with.
My booth this season featured my brand new fabric collection Up and Away for Michael Miller Fabrics. I plan to do a full feature post on the collection in a few days for for now I will tell you it embodies all the fascination and wonder of childhood and flying.
There are two colorways: one for boys and another for girls. I chose a color palette what would reach beyond babies and work for older children and adults as well.
One of the most exciting features in my booth was my new thread and embroidery floss (not pictured) collections for Aurifil. I have been a fan of Aurifil ever since I first saw their gorgeous colors and threaded it through my machine. It's just wonderful. My thread collection features 12 different colors of 50wt thread that perfectly complement my fabric collection. The embroidery floss collection contains 10 fabulous colors of 6 strand cotton embroidery floss on the most adorable wooden spools.
I also debuted my new line of hand embroidery patterns- STITCHES. I have loved hand embroidery ever since I was introduced to it nearly 12 years ago. There are 4 individual patterns with several more on the way. And each features my Aurifil embroidery floss collection.
Lastly but certainly not least I shared a sneak peek of my latest self published book- Grow With Me.
Grow With Me features my fabric and thread collections and contains "organizational and decorative projects for children's rooms". I'm super proud of this book and I can't wait to show you more.
It ships the first week of July.
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As you can see, I've been quite busy. Now that we're settling into a routine (sort of) I hope to make summer as productive as spring was.