Hi everyone! We are back to show you part two of our recap of the Houston Quilt Market! What more could we possibly have? Well, we had a whole fabric line we couldn’t reveal until this month and we are SO happy to be able to share it with you finally! Plus we also want to give a shout out to each and every bag maker who made this adventure possible! So, say hello to “Apple Butter” from Tilda and all our makers below!
If you missed part one, check out the Houston Quilt Market Recap Part 1 post today!
This whole side of our booth was hidden in our last post but look how gorgeous those bags are!
This fabric really pops against our white backdrops. The ladies did an incredible job making these prints shine!
The little Classic Clutch and Mini Shades Pouch really pop in this Apple Butter line!
This Goin’ Uptown Tote that Rosemarie made is just lovely with the soft yellow down the centre!
Lisa and Jane look just amazing in front of the collection of Tilda Bags! We were so excited to share this and it was so hard to keep it a secret for so long!
Bag Makers Extraordinaire
Tracy from Tracy Fitzgerald Designs & Creations created this gorgeous set out of Tilda Apple Butter. The pop of pink looks perfect with the gold and green!
Tara Sinclair from Uh Oh Creations did and amazing job mixing cork with Sarah Golden’s Cats and Dogs prints.
Rosemarie from Rosie Blooms was another maker that knocked it out of the park with Apple Butter. Her piping is the perfect touch!
Marilyn’s Mini Shades Pouch is just one of a few beautiful creations she made for the booth. Her use of Tilda Apple Butter coordinates with the solid red is perfection!
Elizabeth Gilmartim from Bittercandy Design went above and beyond with her Bree’s Box Toiletry Caddy. The woven top using the Cats and Dogs coordinates is amazing! Check out her https://www.instagram.com/bittercandydesign/ for even more photos!
Leslie Waters from Love Rubie did some pretty amazing stitching on her bags and those tiny little triangles are pretty awesome! Bags made using Alison Glass Road Trip and Observatory.
Jane from S’more House wasn’t just Lisa’s right hand gal but she also made a collection of bags using Cats and Dogs too! The simplicity of the cats next to the crosshatch print just make those cats pop!
Elizabeth Widmayer from QuiltAngel Creations took this Alison Glass Road Trip fabric to a whole new level! She paired each of these prints perfectly to let every one of them shine!
Look, it’s me, The Little Bird Designs! These are the bags I created for the booth using both Sarah Golden Cats and Dogs and Alison Glass Observatory . Naturally I chose pinks for my feature fabrics and it just makes me love them even more!
Milagros Irizarry created this Goin’ Uptown Tote Bag using Cats and Dogs fabric. I just love that little cat face popping above the zipper pocket!
Melisa Jane from Melisa Jane Handmade created this Bree’s Box Toiletry Caddy (and others) from Tilda Apple Butter. The combo of those straps and the white mesh really make this a delicate case!
Chris Leach from Unthreaded by Chris made this set using Alison Glass Road Trip.She did such an amazing job making her feature fabrics stand out!
Cheryl from Simply Cherabea created some wonderful bags out of Alison Glass Observatory. The colour blocking of prints looks amazing on each bag!
Sheila Hlushak really made the Road Trip fabric shine on her stunning set!
Alana from Alana Jane Designs paired the perfect amount of black with pink Cats and Dogs prints on her Classic Clutch.
Virginia did some amazing quilting and applique on her Made for Me Sewing Machine Cover using Cats and Dogs!
Thank you again to our incredible group of makers for helping this booth come together! Do you have a favourite bag or fabric from our booth? I have a soft spot for all that pink! Hop over to the Andrie Designs Facebook group to see close ups and more that our makers shared of their bags!
The Little Bird Designs