Basic Grey featured at Quilt Market

Hello! We are BasicGrey. Please come and visit us at 2011 Quilt Market in Salt Lake City, Utah. We will be at booth 1024 showing off our new products in the fabric market.
It’s never easy being the new kid, entering a new market, searching for friendly faces in the crowd (tons, thankfully!). It’s important for us to make a good first impression, so we’re hoping for that chance. We took a similar leap into the paper-crafting market with our products over five years ago, and since, we’ve recently partnered with Moda to produce beautiful fabrics. We think we might look familiar and hope you will extend the hand of friendship. Our introductory products have an eclectic style and unique appeal, so give us a look. After all, it could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Your grandmother would be proud to see these Heirloom Buttons in your next creation. Exuding timeless treasures, these crafted buttons add not only depth, but a warm, turn-of-the-century vintage appeal.
Canvas no further for your next nostalgic accent. Our Vintage Canvas Patches are darn cute with their pure ephemera feel and traditional charm. Give the look of yesteryear with your own modern twist. A Saturday afternoon-of-antiquing find, right at your fingertips.
Whether adding these accents to clothing or home decor, our Wool Felt Flowers are sure to bloom into personalized, unique creations. The seeds of inspiration have been planted, and we can’t wait to see your budding creativity.
Floral find! Add some petal perfection with our Fabric Flowers. In varying sizes and colors, these gorgeous flowers softly punch up projects with delicate detail and luxe style. We can feel the creativity blossoming.
Two scoops please! That’s what you’ll desire when you see our color-dipped Yummy Buttons. Looking good enough to eat, these opaque resin buttons are functional and fun quality accents. Hmm… would three scoops be too much? (Go for it!)
Don’t be frightened by our Gift Card Monsters. They only gobble up gift cards and folded bills. Gift-giving never looked so adorably scary. Simply stuff the monster, and you’ve got a one-of-a-kind present, perfect for any spooky (or non-spooky) occasion.
Add some shimmer and shine and glass-slipper glamour with our Epoxy Buttons. These adorable, rounded buttons dress up the day-to-day with their stunning vivid to vintage patterns, encased in a simple epoxy-covered casing. Sew perfect!
We think you’ll love our new charming, extraordinary Sampler. Much like quilting samplers where “anything goes” is the theme, our Sampler offers the opportunity to showcase favorite, treasured fabrics from the trunk of old wedding dresses and heritage pieces to those just-can’t-part-with-them baby clothes. Want to dress up a room with some simple swatches of favorite fabrics? Create unique gifts and home accents by simply attaching your fabric to our pre-printed stretched canvas, available in three timeless designs.
You’ll be fit to be stitched with our Embroidered Buttons. No more pouring through the racks of vintage clothes looking for those hard-to-find buttons we wished we would have saved. We’re bringing em’ back with a decidedly modern, chic feel.
It’s the end of our first day at school and we’d like to thank you, sincerely, for giving us a chance, because that’s all we can possibly ask. If we’ve piqued your curiosity, maybe sparked a few ideas, well, our job is done. We hope for a long and happy friendship in years to come and we hope to see you around the crafting playground. Sew long!
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3 comments on “Basic Grey featured at Quilt Market

  1. CJ says:

    I wanna see, I wanna see! Yer a BIG TEASE! 😉

  2. Sherri says:

    No pictures…oh well…I will just have to come take a look at market!

  3. I can’t wait to meet you at Spring Market! I’m a new author, of “Allie Aller’s Crazy Quilting”,(from C & T Publishing), and it sounds like you have the wonderful treasures I need and use in my work. See you in Utah… 😉

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