As some of you know, I spent the last 5 days in Kansas City attending Spring Quilt Market. Quilt Market is a trade show, and I was there to do a presentation for shop owners, aka Schoolhouse, about Modern Patchwork, and to participate, along with fellow contributors Weeks Ringle and Jacquie Gering, in the Schoolhouse for We Love Color . Along the way, I also did a book signing for Modern Patchwork, filmed a brief bit about We Love Color with Kyle from Robert Kaufman, saw some amazing new fabric (Echino Decoro, I'm looking at you!), stayed out much too late, and just generally met a ton of great people.
Remember when I posted this? At the time, the rules for this bee/round-robin were that we couldn't share photos of what we were working on. Since then, curiosity has proven to be too much for us all and the rules have been relaxed, which means that I can share some photos. Yay!
This is Amber's quilt so far. Before I received it, here's what happened: Amber made the blocks on the top and bottom left. Then she sent them to Alissa, who made the block in the middle of the left and sewed everything together with some Essex cotton/linen. What I received in the mail was basically the left half of what you see in the photo above.