Friday, May 29, 2009

Laura Gunn debut at Quilt Market

It took a year and a half to bring Laura's paintings to life on fabric and boy was it worth it!
We're thrilled with the results and the response !
Her booth was chalk full of artful Lantern Bloom goodies
a good luck doll from her Mom, Elinor Peace Bailey
Here we are at school house showing the paintings that started it all
Laura sharing the quilt designed by Marinda Stewart
for the free down loadable pattern click here

Laura's adorable patterns
a great line - in the bag!

13 comments:

Lisa said...

I love Laura's paintings and new fabric. The quilt is beautiful!!!

CrimsonBruin said...

Hi Kathy!! I love Laura's work and I bet she was a hit at Market! Where did you get that green basket/box that Laura's patterns are in? I want one!

Sherri said...

Lantern Bloom is amazing!

nancygeaney said...

She's my new favorite- lovely person, lovely patterns!

Whimsical Road said...

The colors on the quilt are stunning! I can't stop looking at the pics.

koalacaddie said...

I look forward to using Laura's Lantern Bloom. It's inspired, that is for sure. Best wishes for continued success.

EllaBellaMe said...

Wish I could have been there! I love your fabrics, especially those with a 50's retro feel (Kitty Litter). Takes me back to a more simpler, peaceful time. Can't help but notice you post your blogs late at night, do you ever sleep?

LilyHaven said...

My goodness, that fabric is stunning!

Estela said...

I love it!!!

happy zombie said...

The tree quilt is STUNNING! Fabrics, colors, design... love it.

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