It’s Day 7 and time to visit another of our Minnesota Designers. Today it’s Terry from Atkinson Designs. After reading her post about Joel and I at market, I really wish I had some incriminating pictures of her and Kirk to share with all of you! I can’t believe I don’t, as you may have read before that I always take way more pictures than I need. Out of the thousands of pictures in my files, I got nothing! So, I’ll have to settle for this instead. Here is the shot of Terry’s project that she is giving a tutorial for today. (Remember to stop by and leave a comment to enter into the drawing for the Blog Hop prizes).
Terry and I are in the Minnesota Roadshow together. The Minnesota Roadshow is a traveling, treaching trunk show that travels to quilt shops across the US. We are joined by Linda from Brandywine Designs and Debbie from Maple Island Quilts. We each have a different technique to share in the Roadshow, so you get to learn about 4 styles and 4 techniques. You will see several quilts made by each of us and get a technique handout from each of the designers to take home with you. It’s a really fun concept and we’re pretty excited about it. If you are interested in coming to a Minnesota Roadshow event, contact your local quilt shop to see if they have booked the event. If they haven’t, ask them to! Here a few pictures of us Minnesota Roadshow gals goofing around at market -
Here we are in Terry’s Booth at market. These little paddle heads travel with the Minnesota Roadshow. We’d love to be at every shop in person, but it’s just not possible. Rather than doing a full size cutout, like the one of Fabio that was in Starwood’s booth at market, we just sent our faces. That way you can see which designer goes with which quilts.
We found some cut outfits to model at the Taylor Made Designs booth.
We found another place to model, over at the Jillily Studios booth. (They design fabrics for Henry Glass too and were just down the isle from me at market.)
Here we are putting a “foot” up in my booth. After seeing all of quilt market on only one foot, we were really quite tired!