Of course I had to buy something from Anni. - a kit for the zippy bag and (another) stitchery. She is prolific.
Marg Low had her own stand this year and it was gorgeous. All sense and reason just vanishes when you see all her stitched projects, so many of them petite and detailed. I bought two patterns and I've nearly finished the stitching for the purse last night.
Carolyn Konig was at the Sydney show for the first time. Seeing her stand confirmed for me that I really do want to make a medallion quilt with lots of tiny pieces in reproduction fabric. I kept going back willing myself to commit to the 2 year Marriage Quilt BOM, but I couldn't do it. It has definitely planted a seed though, and now I am officially "collecting" fabric for such a project. A friend did sign up for it so I will look forward to seeing hers grow. I'm amazed that I only walked away with these fat quarters.
Some more fat quarters. Studio Mio had theirs on these cute cards - a gimmick that I completely fell for.
There was also a few less interesting "maintenance" purchases. But now that I have shown my loot, it doesn't seem like quite so much. Maybe I'm an amateur craft show shopper after all!
Have a great day.