Hey guys! Well, I'm back from Sewing Summit and so inspired. I am just overflowing with new ideas, new changes (more on this later), and new friends.
There was just so much going on I don't even know where to begin really. As you may or may not know (did I even mention this?) we drove. Yep. My little family drove from New Mexico to Salt Lake City - 22 hours (round trip) of all of us in a car. Our first "major" road trip - and a whole lot of nothing for miles and miles and miles....
There were so many talented people. I felt small and timid next to many of them; being a natural introvert didn't help either.
Many great sponsors made up this year's sewing summit such as Craftsy, Riley Blake, Babylock just to name a few. Here are just some of the goodies that got to come home with me.
The keynote speaker - Joel Dewberry! He showcased his new fabric line Notting Hill. Which I think is just gorgeous!
Erin Singleton and her staff did a terrific job! I couldn't even imagine putting on such an event. All that time and effort!
I won a prize at the Salt Lake Modern Quilt Guild mixer on Friday night! Riley Blake's Puppy Park.
It was a privilege to take a class and meet Carol Van Zandt. She gave me this beautiful fat quarter bundle - Tokyo Rococo. I'm thinking this will make a really pretty new bag!
There was much, much more that went on and happened. I am still wrapping my mind around it all.