Best of Quilt Market: Anna Maria Horner

Never fond of finishing what I start before the next thing, I pooped out before I had a chance to write all of the “Best of Quilt Market” posts that I wanted to…but I can’t stop thinking about a few other cool things that were at Quilt Market that must see the Light of Blog. Anna Maria’s booth was one of them!

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You already know I love Anna Maria Horner’s fabric designs (hello shower curtain?? And to the two or three ladies who keep emailing me repeatedly to ask if I will sell it, I’m very sorry but it’s not for sale). Her latest line, Field Study, is currently vying for the award of “favorite AMH fabric line” in my heart (with Good Folks, of course. Both lines can be viewed in AMH’s product gallery). I also really fell for this booth because, as someone who loves to sew garments, I’m super happy about the coming-soon Field study voiles and rayons that will work great for sewing garments. See these lovelies? They are the most wonderfully drapey RAYONS. Perfect for skirts, dresses, blouses. YAY! I am giddy with excitement. When. will. they. be. here. ???

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The other fabric I get really excited about is velveteen, and the Field Study velveteens are really, really great. Check out these awesome pillows, with TASSELS. I know. Those are going to take a big chunk out of my fabric budget this year. Oy.

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I also really enjoyed the peek at her embroidery designs from her new hand-sewing book, Anna Maria’s Needleworks Notebook. Really love the pink wall too. I wish I had the guts to paint a room in that color.

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More of my Fall 2012 Quilt Market posts:

Kokka faves
Melody Miller
Carolyn Friedlander
Ty Pennington hilarity

6 thoughts on “Best of Quilt Market: Anna Maria Horner

  1. Good folks is not only her best line but possibly the best line of fabric ever. Wish they would re-release since I used all mine to make a quilt for somebody else. Nicest, stupidest thing I’ve ever done.

  2. The fabric looks great!

    And about painting a room pink, instead of that, what about painting one wall in a room (or just a part of it) pink? Otherwise it’s perhaps waiting ’till the little lady decides to do something as bold as that. ;-)

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