Judith Ebbelaar from the Netherlands was the first one I met. I felt so welcomed with a big hug. It was wonderful to get to know her and see her in person. She was working very hard at the Dutch Heritage booth in the vendor area. Such a beautiful booth and such gorgeous fabrics.
Kyle and her husband Ed. She was every bit as delightful as I thought she would be from her blog that I have enjoyed for so many years. We visited and shopped and viewed quilts together. I loved every minute it.
Humble Quilts. I've followed her blog for ages and have made several of her doll quilt quiltalongs. What a fun supper we had!
I have been blogging for 10 years and had never met any of the friends made through blogs until this Houston trip. It was so great!
Fun with Barb had her Mother's garden quilt in the show. Barb was the one who encouraged me to enter my quilt. I'm so grateful to her for believing in me. I wouldn't have been in Houston if my quilt hadn't been accepted. Her quilt was marvellous. I kept coming back to it to find new details to enjoy.
The Constant Quilter had 2 quilts in the show. This one was scrappy delightful. I loved the little stars on cheddar reaching from the center block to the border.
Log Cabin Quilter blog had her beautiful Shenandoah Valley quilt there. Loved the chocolate brown background.
Teresa of Fabric Therapy had her beautiful prize winning Contentment quilt in the show. She also made a Civil War Bride Quilt years ago and I've enjoyed following her blog for several years.
There is so much more to tell so I'm going to make another post to share about the antique quilts and others I enjoyed in the Show - hopefully later this week :0)