A bunch of pre-cut yardage just because.
A new sewing foot! It is called the "Curve Master" and it is meant to help you do curves in your quilts with NO pins. As soon as I saw the demo, I immediately knew I had to have it! I will report back once I've tested it out a bit.
A jelly roll called "Silk Road". Lots of Asian-themed fabrics. I am not usually a jelly roll kind of girl, but if I didn't buy this I would have spent WAY more on all the yardage I wanted in these fabrics.
Two fat quarter packs. One is Tula Pink's Nest (the green one on the bottom) and the top one is Califon. Again, not usually a fat quarter kind of girl, but they were just calling my name.
They only come in three colors, and they use a resist process that includes copper presses from the 1850s. I was quite excited to learn that the factory where they are made employs lots of local people, buys cotton locally, and the employees own 45% of the factory. I try to be socially conscious in my purchases in other realms, but I am not always so good when it comes to fabric. I was thrilled to hear that this fabric I love is socially responsible too. Here is more information about the fabric and the process.
Look for more posts about the actual quilts I saw at the show!