A few pictures

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Ok, I have a few pictures for you. I have to tell you, I didn’t take the big fancy DSLR. Its bulky for snapping shots at Market- when I have a 50lb weight limit with the airline… so I took the hubb’s camera. His camera is the quality of camera you’d give your jr high student for a field trip. Um… so having said that… Here’s a few pictures from Market-

Here I am speaking at the schoolhouse. I must be saying something really insightful, right? Art Gallery Fabrics launched a new pattern line. The patterns are 5 accessories patterns and one Play Mat quilt/toy pattern. Patricia Bravo is standing right there beside me. The big huge board is a blow-up size of one page from the new pattern line. I did the technical writing and illustrations for the pattern. Patricia did ALOT of the proof-reading and her graphic designer is absolutely brilliant. She turned a tradtional little pattern into an amazingly laid-out brochure, with pull-out pattern templates. I’ll have pictures of that in another post. A post just dedicated to the patterns and how they turned out.

And here is the stunning, clean, avant-garde Art Gallery Fabrics booth. This is actually the best picture I have of the booth. Look at those georgous bags in the background. That is the Milano Bag and the bag in the upper left is my FAVORITE- the Firenze Bag. Even the chair backs are jazzed up.

What an incredibly fun weekend. I can talk about fabric and patterns all day! Still more pictures coming soon!

And remember those cute little booties and tag blanket I posted on the blog earlier? They got a bit of shelf time at the market too!

I have to go get the kids registered in their new schools at our new home today… and still with the unpacking… See ya soon!

One Response to “A few pictures”

  1. Owens Family Adventures says:

    Your hair is so cute!!!
    I'm glad you had a good time at Market my friend. :)

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