Thursday, 27 August 2009

Sydney update

I'm finally back in the real world and slowly ploughing through emails and sorting out children, fabric, dinners etc. Last week, the Stitches and Craft Show in Sydney was fantastic! There was so much colour, creativity and inspiration. Here are some pics, I wish I could show more:

more than two little banshees (one smaller than the other two!)

very cute girlies at the red thread

fabulous display of hats and bags by nikki

rolls of winterwood felt
my neighbour over the fence made it

kristen's gorgeous fabrics
cheeky kids with crayons
just a few of the gorgeous fat quarters by the ink and spindle girls
lovely warm body parts scarves
some of the lovely bettina's fabric selection

and a little view of pippijoe!

So glad to be back, albeit in a mess, but so so happy I went!


yardage girl said...

It was lovely to meet you on Sunday - your stand was lovely, as are your fabrics. Happy recovering this week! Nicole

Kate said...

Lovely to meet you and see your lovely fabrics in real life!

Sandra @ Pepperberry & Co. said...

I'm glad you had a great show! Thanks for sharing pics and links to all the other artists, too- it's lovely to have a virtual tour for those of us who couldn't be there!

Copper Patch said...

I'm so jealous. I would really have loved to visit the Syd S&C. Maybe next year. Hope you had lots of fun and laughs in between sales.

Annie said...

Great to meet you Pippi and see all those gorgeous fabrics up close and in bulk. They are devine!

Nikki said...

Great to hear that you made it home and are tackling the to-do lists.... interspersed with cuddles from your babes, I hope.

Cathy said...

Great photos Caitlin - so glad I finally met you - your fabrics are just as lovely as you. Hope to catch up again sometime soon.

Jodie said...

It was so much crazy fun to meet you and to snag a bit of that special Johhny Depp fabric !
Cannot wait for the next get together!

Cindy said...

It sounds like it was a really great, if not hectic time. Glad you had a great time.

amoeba said...

This looks as good as the UK's Knitting and Stitching Show and Quilt Festival combined! I love that you have access to all that independently designed fabric - this is something we lack in the UK... Amy Butler and Kaffe Fasset is about as close as it gets. Keep printing and maybe send a few bits over to the other side of the northern hemisphere... I can't wait to get moved over to Sydney (keeping fingers crossed that it'll happen before the next Stitch and Craft!)