Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Marketing at Market

Yes, more about market! And there is still more to come....just so much to talk about! I had the BEST time! Met lots of fantastic people, made some great contacts and saw some really great fabric lines, among other things. I want to share with you some of the pieces I made for different designers booths at Market.

Jennifer Paganelli of Sis Boom deliciousness had this bag on hand at her table. Isn't it to die for??

I hear it got rave reviews. Jennifer's fabrics are SO easy to work with because they are all drop dead gorgeous! Just like she is...and she is the sweetest gal you'll ever meet! This bag is the same pattern as the bag I carried on the first day of market. This might be one of the first patterns I write so stay tuned for that!

Paula Prass had a booth full of Gardenhouse goodies along with all of the fabulous pillows, patchwork and collages she had done. Here are a few pics of the pretties I did for her.

She, by the way, is amazing! Love her! A very open, kind and caring lady. Her daughter, Jennifer Storey, is fantastic as well. Paula's new line of fabric is delish and she has another one in the works that I am sure will be amazing! Hopefully I'll get a sneak peek of that soon (hint,hint Paula!)

More fun Market posts to come, so stay tuned!




Nancy said...

Hi, Simone- Thanks for visiting Go Make Your Bed! I love your blog and title and didn't know you did Paula Prass' bags , too- I think they are great. And still so different from the Sis Boom bags. You have such a clear sensibility for each line. Say "hi" to So-Cal for me- my husbands family is in Laguna and San Fran/Bay area. He's a die hard East Coaster now... I was so overwhelmed by the "Market"- I just woke up at 2 a.m. and had to get up and start writing down ideas! Please keep in touch, lovely L.A. Lady.

Ruth said...

Hi Simone,
It was so fun to meet you at Market! Your bags are GORGEOUS, I can spot them a mile away! I look forward to reading your blog and hopefully we'll get to see a picture of your Gardenhouse where you work, sounds lovely :)