Soooo, below is the picture of my booth. As you can see, I moved some quilts around and have Hexies (Hex-a-ma-jig and Hex-a-ma-jig Jr.!!) as the focus.
In talking to many show go-ers, they love all sizes of Hexies and were excited about all the shapes and quilts that can be made with my tools. I did a learning center lecture! Thank you to those who went and came by the booth later!! I look forward to introducing more of you to Hex-a-ma-jig and “Junior”.
I had the joy of my booth being next to the Winner’s Circle. I loved hearing all the comments. I did take a few photos of quilts. Here is just one…The Viewer’s Choice…
“The Photographer” by Constanze Bötel, Neustadt am Rübenberge of Lower Saxony, Germany…Wow! So very realistic! This reminded me of my cousin’s Grandpa Croswhite. He loved photography and I was fascinated with his studio of slide, after slide, after slide! It actually took my breath away!
#1 – Credit all makers of quilts that you photo at a show or anywhere!
And just because #2 – When you loose the cork at a Getaway, painter’s tape will do!