My other most favorite booth
Arizona Quilters Guild Show
was run by my friend
Gina Halladay (Threaded Pear Studio)
Beth Hawkins (Lizzie B Crea8ive)
They are the design team
Their booth was huge, and
with so many creative finds.
I loved the fabric tree anchoring the center of their space
complete with sock monkey's
and wonderful quilts.
In fact, they were so busy at the show
that Gina was texting friends to come help,
and even gave her husband Hal
a quick tutorial on
how to cut fabric.
Tables were full of wonderful notions
and quilting doodads.
Gina gave me one of her
very cute red
magnetic pin dishes.
These little dishes come in a variety of colors
and have a very powerful
My pins literally snapped instantly to the bottom.
If you are interested in one (or several)
you can contact Gina at
Their displays were full of
cute patterns, surrounded
by darling samples.
I especially liked these
Quilted Baby Collars
With Father's Day around the corner,
wouldn't it be fun to make the tie
as a gift
as a gift
for a new little baby?
And every baby here in Arizona needs a
Pattern by Curby's Closet
With a name like Cactus Needle,
I'm always drawn to cactus quilts.
by Lizzie B Crea8ive
uses a raw edge applique technique.
The next Dream, Laugh, Create
Studio Party is
on April 11th!
These ladies know how to host a paaartaayyy
Come join the fun!
Registration can be completed