QUILTS & FABRIC: PAST & PRESENT


Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Virtual Booth-Spring Market 2019


I'm going for minimalism in my virtual booth for Quilt Market in Kansas City this week. Since money is no object I thought I'd commission artist Yayoi Kusama to do one of her dot/mirror infinity rooms.

In the interests of commercialism I had to put a book display in there. It is
a trade show after all.

Me and Yayoi as virtual friends.
She just celebrated her 90th birthday.

See more about Yayoi Kusama, one of my favorite artists, here:


Shifting back to the real world....

I will actually be at Market, signing books in the C&T Booth (#324)
on Friday May 17th at 2:00.




5 comments:

Wendy Caton Reed said...

I bet if you asked her, Yayoi would come and sign books with you. Have fun!

Nifty Quilts said...

Love your new hair color and style! Congratulations on the new book.

Rosa said...

So fun booth.Congratulations on the new book!

Robin said...

I love your new book...Kansas City Star patterns are my secret drug.

Robin said...

Oh, and I will put in my order for more antique reproduction fabrics and traditional patterns; they are what I dream of...and how about a magazine that focuses on traditional quilt makers and their quilts? Not that I have anything against machine quilting and modern fabrics, but it isn't how I roll. Oh well, I still have my magazines from 40 years ago...I guess I'll revisit them. Thanks for the tour and have a great day!