That’s my nice way of saying I probably don’t have anything new to share today – the flight was uneventful, we’re all in Salt Lake City and hanging around the convention center waiting to be allowed into the Exhibit Hall to start unpacking crates and boxes.
These are all images from Fall Market last October.
I hope to have a few pictures of the booth-in-progress tomorrow. If you missed it last year, this is what I shared about building the Moda booth in Minneapolis a year ago.
A very wise woman reminded me that she views Quilt Market as a success when nobody winds up in the emergency room for a Market-related injury. Ensuring that doesn’t happen is probably somewhat related to why I’m not allowed to operate power tools during set-up. (At QuiltCon last year, Holly was absolutely horrified at the way I was using a box-cutter to trim the flooring. Which probably explains why I’m assigned to tying bows on the chairs, hanging drapes and going to Home Depot.)