Norma Whaley's timeless designs are also a favorite of mine. Her booth was bustling with admirers, so I snapped this photo of Norma as soon as I could!
As usual, there were lots of new fabrics on display. I especially adored this upcoming fabric collection by Yvonne Cook. It's produced by a new fabric company called Washington Street Studio.
I'm a big fan of Bunny Hill Designs and love to use their wools in my wool projects. Her latest fabric collection, Kindred Spirits, features this pretty palette of pinks, blues, and browns. It was fun chatting with Anne. I follow her blog and enjoy reading about her many furry friends.
I also enjoy the vintage charm of Darlene Zimmerman's fabric.
Lots of fun seasonal prints will be on their way to a quilt shop new you. I was captivated by these Christmas and Halloween prints by Anna Griffin's fabric company.
I'll close today's post with a charming vignette from the Cotton & Steel booth. While passing by, I spotted the vintage green Elna sewing machine. Speaking of vintage, I'll be back next time with some scenes from my visit to one of Minneapolis' vintage clothing shops, where I found several goodies to add to my wardrobe. It's amazing how many of the vintage clothes are as stylish today as they were then!