Everyone likes Show and Tell, right? Well here goes!
Stencil templates courtesy of Embellishment Village.
Gone With The Wind fabric! Oh, how my mother will love this!
A treasure trove of DVDs from Quilting Arts, some sewable metal for embellishments, a vintage scarf pin, rust dyed thread from Lois Jarvis, a huge pack of scissors I won at Surviving the Runway at Make It University, and a Virgin of Guadalupe fabric square.
Kelli Perkins was using this great fabric paint from Karen Pharr, and I had to go get some to try them out! I also got my hands on batick wax and a tjanting tool so I can try batiking my own fabrics this summer.
A favorite booth of mine is Maeda Imports, who has the greatest Japanese import fabrics. I loved this winter and children cotton furoshiki, as well as these hair clip kanzashi. The plushie owl will be part of next year's Hina Matsuri display.
I would be remiss if I didn't stop by Cherrywood fabrics and stock up on their luscious dyed fabrics, and I noticed I was missing blues in my Cherrywood collection, so I stopped by on a mission. I also found a great booth selling Jaquard's ExtravOrganza, which will be a technique later this year. Wendy Richardson is a fabulous dyer and quilt artist, and she had this piece from Alexander Henry's Home Sewing Is Easy comics strip panels. Lastly, the ladies at MistyFuse had a "goddess" pressing sheet to use witht he bolt of MstyFuse I got from them last year!