We’re Back! ….from Spring Market!

Last night after midnight we pulled into our drive after Spring Market in Pittsburgh. Whew!!!! What a Show! Can you say “Busy Booth”? all-day everyday!

Market Pitts 2014We had an end cap in row 100  of 25 rows, off the center aisle.  When they opened the gates at 9:30 we were swamped! It finally died down the last hour of the last day! We were home base for “Row by Row”. I have written about Row by Row in previous emails. If you want to learn more go to http://www.rowbyrowexperience.com. We also have a huge Zebra Patterns following. We hired a local quilter – Joyce – to help man the booth. Joyce was awesome!!!! Janet Lutz, Row by Row founder and buddy spent many hours at our booth as well. We gave two schoolhouse presentations. Do you know the Row by Row event this summer now has over 1,250 shops participating in 34 states nationwide and Canada? It is nuts! Everyone is soooo excited! I designed the fabric for the shop hop and the logo. Zebra is providing the optional FabricPlates™.

These are the 35 state coordinator’s fabric plates below.


Coordinators collection

 

Zebra’s Top seller for spring was by far the “Where Ya Been? Pattern and Mini Panels”.  This is a pattern for quilters to make their own Scrapbook-like quilt with an easy-to-do pattern and over 150 destination stamps to choose from!

Where Ya Been? ADVERT

Military Stickers Available!

I got to see lots of friends and customers from all over the country! I had many meetings with companies about Row by Row and about upcoming projects that Janet and I have planned for the nation! It is all very exciting! So now I need to GO WORK!!!!

 

 

 

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