Friday, May 15, 2009

To Market, To Market

After the Atlantic, it was time to head back to Pittsburgh for Quilt Market. First, we stopped in Lititz to see Wilbur's chocolate factory,

and the historic Sturgis pretzel factory.

Then it was off to Harrisburg to see the capital building.

When we got to Pittsburgh, we rode up the Monongahela Incline for a view of the city.

And it was time to set up my booth for the International Spring Quilt Market, a wholesale trade show. This is the "Before" picture of my booth.

And this is the "After" view.

Here's an overview of Spring Market 2009, or at least half of it, from the overhead walkway in the D. L. Lawrence Convention Center before it opened on May 15th.

I'm in Row 1800, a little speck on the horizon.


  1. Thanks for the show pictures, love seeing all the booths.


  2. Wow--and your booth looks like heaven!! Looks like you're having so much fun. Julie

  3. Some very interesting travels you have had. I wouldn't mind following that path someday. Your booth was stuffed full of wonderful quilty things. Glad you enjoyed the trip.