Shea and I go way back, she is one of my oldest customers. I think the first quilt I did for her was back in 2003…..but don’t quote me on that. She calls it “vintage Angela” although I would refer to it as “crappy Angela”. She quit teaching a few years ago, started her pattern company and hasn’t looked back!
This market marked a couple of firsts. Her first booth and her first pattern with a licensed designer….me!
But besides designing patterns for her pattern company, I also do her quilting. Even though she is really good at free motion quilting!
Her booth had a lot of quilts in it! All of which I quilted….makes me a little tired just looking at it!
Here is a shot of the corner of the booth. Hanging on the wall to the right is her newest pattern, Crosshatch. Which I blogged about a couple of months ago!
I also failed to get a picture of Parson Gray (designer of the fabric used in the Bleachers quilt) dropping by the booth, and posing with Richie (Shea’s husband). But at least someone else took a picture!