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Whew, what a flurry the last couple of months have been! We exhibited at our 5th Quilt Market two weeks ago, and the dust is just now settling. Every time we start the ramp-up to market it seems like such a huge project – samples to sew, quilts to make, a booth to design and build, props to buy, catalogs to compile order forms to order – but once we get there it’s always so fun, and so worth the work. It’s a great feeling to be among so many like-minded fabric lovers, and get to meet many of my on-line customers in person and see industry friends. Plus, there’s so much creativity and inspiration there! This show was busy, and the down-side of that is that I only had about 25 minutes at the end of the day on Sunday to walk the show (not nearly enough, btw), so this time I don’t have photos of the overall show, but I will share some images of what we introduced there.

 

Here are some photos of our booth from the show…

monaluna quilt market booth

the Monaluna booth at the Spring 2013 Quilt Market

 

monaluna booth detail

The Raaga collection showcase

 

monaluna booth

the Monaluna booth

 

We introduced two new GOTS-certified organic collections at this market, Raaga and Free Range.

The Raaga Collection

The Raaga Collection

 

Free Range Collection

Free Range Collection

 

We also introduced our brand new sewing patterns and more creativity kits!

The On the Go Dress

The On the Go Dress

 

The Tea Blossom Tunic

The Tea Blossom Tunic

 

Lila Lounge Pants

Lila Lounge Pants

 

Raaga Super Simple Skirt Kit

Raaga Super Simple Skirt Kit

 

Free Range Super Simple Skirt Kit

Free Range Super Simple Skirt Kit

 

Free Range Really Super Simple Skirt Kit

Free Range Really Super Simple Skirt Kit

 

Havana Super Simple Skirt Kit

Havana Super Simple Skirt Kit

 

And finally, a little sneak peek of what’s coming for fall: Woodland and Raaga knits!

raaga knits

raaga knits

 

woodland knit series

woodland knit series

4 Responses to “quilt market goodness”

  1. Stephanie says:

    I loved not only your booth but fabrics. The prints and patterns of your Raaga collection speak to me. That tea blossom tunic makes me want to sew clothes.

  2. Absolutely beautiful, Jennifer! I love your new collections, and those patterns are fantastic!

  3. Bill Baba says:

    I am blown away by “Free Range” edition of monaluna. Did I see a man’s shirt in there some place? I love your blond model and, actually, she may love me, too
    Baba

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