Did I do some shopping while I was in Paducah for quilt week? Why yes, Yes I did, just ask AppleJack. There are vendors, many vendors, there are venues, many venues from the Convention Center to the Bubble to downtown to the Rotary to Hancocks and many other places in between so many venues. One of my favorite vendors is Primitive Gatherings. Seeing fabric in person and looking at fabric on line just isn't the same.
This is Lisa's (Primitive Gatherings) Frivol--can't wait to start this project. Lots of HST's in this project and Thangles was also a vendor.
I must have thought my fabric stash was getting low and needed some replenishment. Not!
There was wool and wool patterns. Couldn't wait to get this project started. Am learning to use Steam-a- Seam paper.
More wool patterns.
Found this fabulous toile fabric from a vendor in the bubble--will be great fussy cut panels. They had a fabulous booth, should have done more shopping at this booth
Yes, I enjoyed Paducah--I can now mark this off my bucket list. The show is big, huge in fact it is almost to big. There were many vendors and booths I wanted to visit but there were so many people it was difficult to look and shop. The show covers several city blocks and there is lots of walking. Even though there were many food vendors--there were long, long lines. When we went to Hancocks, the men's rooms had been moved outside--Port-a-Potty. The Port-a-Potty was being freshened up aka hosed down. AppleJack said he wasn't sure if he was using the bathroom or taking a swim. For all quilters, AQS Paducah is certainly something to see and experience.