I made a To Do List yesterday of all the things I need to get done before I leave for Ireland next week and promptly lost it. I know I hadn't added "Write a Blog Post" on it...but it seems like a great thing to do while I sit here and try to remember where I've put the list.
Every quilt show and/or quilt market I've ever attended, I feel as though I always meet someone new who becomes very special to me. Quilt Market Minneapolis was no exception. The Wednesday before market opened, I spent some time helping to set up the Innova booth (aka: the best longarm you'll ever find!) and our booth was directly across from LECIEN FABRICS. If you're not familiar....sit back and enjoy while I introduce you with some pics of their booth and their beautiful fabrics.
LECIEN, a Japanese company, also offers precuts with a bit of a fun twist in the names. Ten inch squares are called Origami Squares and the rolls of 2.5" strips are known as Sushi Rolls. Their booth was a so bright and colorful and with the employees dressed up as Ninja's (or maybe they're real ninja's) , it was a lot of fun to have them as "neighbors" at the show.
|This is Yoko from LECIEN FABRICS (aka: Super Ninja Fabric Girl)|
Here's the L's Modern line in the "WARM" color way. My pics just don't do them justice. They are truly some great prints that will be so fun to incorporate into some new quilt designs I've been working on!
And then....I know, right.... There's more! Some retro 30's inspired prints are available too!
|Minny & Muu|
Are you swooning? I totally swooned.....and can't wait to put these fabrics into a quilt!