Sunday, November 7, 2010

!!GIVEAWAY!! Kokka/Echino and Sun Felt Booths { 2010 Fall Quilt Market Recap Series} PART 2

One of my very first stops on the Market floor Saturday morning was the Echino/Kokka booth. It was right on the end of the first few aisles and with all the bright colors and eye candy, one couldn't miss it. Japanese textile designer Etsuko Furuya has a bold sense of style. Her designs are immediately recognizable whenever you see them. Her Echino line has produced some of my favorite canvas prints over the last few years. They are great for use in bags, clothing, pillows and other small items. The booth was gorgeous.

I was lucky enough to snag one of their 2011 catalogs and haven't been able to put it down since. Even my "non-quilter" wife was fascinated by the decor. The colors were so saturated and bright.

Kokka/Echino Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

The 2011 Echino collection is full of Etsuko Furuya's signature style and use of color. The way she layers different elements on a single piece of fabric is very interesting to me.

Kokka/Echino Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Kokka/Echino Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

I think my wife and I stood in front of these bags for several minutes. The prints were so fun.

Kokka/Echino Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Here are some more images from items in the Kokka section of the booth. I don't recall seeing any quilts among the items shown here, but there were some fine examples of clothing and bags made from their fabrics.

Kokka/Echino Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Kokka/Echino Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Kokka/Echino Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

The US distributor for Kokka textiles and Echino is Seven Islands. I encourage you to head over to their website to learn more. It is full of images of yummy fabrics.

While we were finishing up browsing the Kokka booth, a very nice lady started a presentation on how to make felt foods in the Sun Felt booth. We wandered quickly in her direction as the crowd around her small table began to grow. I didn't want to miss what she had to say because the felt foods scattered around her booth were scrumptious. They looked so real.

Sunfelt Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Sunfelt Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

It looked as if someone had set up a tiny little bakery in the middle of her booth. The food looked awesome! I wanted to grab it up and take a closer look but didn't want to chance making them upset. I handed someone my card and immediately was given a large packet of brochures, all in Japanese.

Sunfelt Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Sunfelt Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Sunfelt Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

Sunfelt Booth - Fall 2010 Quilt Market

I didn't take any pictures of the demonstration for copyright purposes but the technique they used was so simple with extremely gorgeous results. Looking at these photos, I wish I'd purchased some of their kits to bring home and share with you.

COMMENTS ARE NOW OFFICIALLY CLOSED FOR THIS GIVEAWAY

!!GIVEAWAY!!

As a special treat for all my readers during this month when I recap my Quilt Market excursion, I'm giving away free stuff!

For this week's giveaway, I'm offering up a fat quarter bundle of the new 2011 Echino fabrics (released fall 2010). One lucky winner will get their pick of one colorway from the new line as seen here in one of my sponsor shops, Hawthorne Threads. You can select from either cool, fresh, sunrise or sunset.

Please leave a comment on this post for your entry. Only one entry per person, please. All duplicate entries will be deleted. I will draw a winner using the Random Number Generator on Sunday, November 14, 2010!

Good luck,

415 comments:

  1. Those felt goodies were fantastic and VERY real looking--you are RIGHT!! I wouldn't want to leave that booth! Thank you for sharing your experience and sharing some of their beautiful fabric with your followers:)

    I like the "Fresh" colors the best I think!

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  2. Those walking dolls look so cute... and the fabric? ::swoooooon::

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  3. Thank you for taking us with you! Pictures were great.

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  4. What a delicious booth! And such a sweet giveaway! :)

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  5. Thanks for your posts with all the pics! Especially for those of us that don't get to go it makes us feel a little better. Maybe a tiny bit better!

    Would be even better if I could win! I took a look and each one I looked at I thought, oh this one is it. I loved them all!

    Hugs,
    Gina

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  6. Okay echino is so super-extra way cool it makes my spleen ache!!!

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  7. thanks for all the market reports! the echino booth looked so cute!! i love those new fabric bundles, i think sunset might be my favourite. thanks for the giveaway!

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  8. Love all those bags! What fun fabrics! I would definitely pick sunrise if I am lucky enough to win. Thanks for the chance!

    MGM

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  9. Mmmmmm those fabrics are yummy! I would go nuts if I won them.

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  10. I totally thought that food was real. Amazing!

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  11. Enjoying your Quilt Market posts - love the Sunset!

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  12. What gorgeous colors. There are so many beautiful and wonderful things, I don't know how you can see it all, I would want a week to look;)

    Debbie

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  13. If you need someone to help carry your acquisitions next year call me!!! Thanks for the chance..

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  14. I am a huge fan of Etsuko Furuya's fabric. I'm going for the FRESH colours. I've tried buying her fabric from a local distributor in Singapore but they want me to buy an entire bolt!!!

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  15. Wow, I love echino fabric but have never actually seen it in the flesh!

    And that felt food is so realistic - how amazing!

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  16. Gorgeous!

    I love cool!! <3

    And that food was awesome!

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  17. That's really interesting fabric! I'd pick the Fresh colors if I were to win. Thanks for the chance!

    P.S. That food is really awesome!

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  18. Wow that felt food is awesome! I would love to get some of that to give to my mom for Christmas....especially if they have little chocolates!
    Thanks for sharing all the great pics!

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  19. Echino fabrics were one of the lines that got me into sewing! Fabric love came first. Thanks for the chance!

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  20. I'm in love with the fresh colors. Thanks for sharing your trip with us!

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  21. Looks like Houston was a great success!

    I bet it was really inspiring - I know the pictures were for me!

    Thanks!

    MK

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  22. The felt goodies are amazing. I do so love the kokka/echino material!!

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  23. I LOVE THE ECHINO !!!

    DON'T HAVE ANY YET !!!

    PICK MMmmmEEEEmmmeee !!!

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  24. OOh, love it, love it, Love it. Already ordered some from Hawthorne threads but would love an early Christmas Present,

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  25. Wow! Those felt animals are just adorable! My girls would love those! :) I LOVE the bundle in COOL! Such great color combos! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. Thanks for the recap on your trip, those felt food bits look so good!

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  27. Thank you for sharing Echino booth! Love the cool bundle.
    Sharonj.

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  28. Those are such yummy fabrics!! Thanks for sharing your pictures.

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  29. That felt food is so adorable. I tried to make some once for my daughter, and it ended up a big fat FAIL, lol. Thanks for the sweet giveaway! Those fabrics are adorable.

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  30. just found you via cosmo cricket, love the site! lulu uk

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  31. Great photos! I would love to see how to make those foods - they are amazing! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  32. The felt looks like so much fun. So do those bags :) Thanks for sharing.

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  33. The felt foods look so good I want to eat them!! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. Living Houston through your eyes is a treat! I hope to be there myself next year!

    Please enter me in the giveaway! Thanks so much for hosting!

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  35. What a colorful and fun booth. I really like the felt dolls and food. Thanks for sharing!

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  36. I love their fabrics. Thanks for the great giveaway. I'm looking forward to see more of your quilt market posts.

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  37. Oh my gosh...I thought those cakes were real! I love cool...and it would be real cool if I could win it! Thanks for the chance :)

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  38. Oh, that Echino booth is gorgeous! I love their fabrics so.

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  39. That felt food is amazing! Wow, I need to get me some of that non-calorie dessert! lol

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  40. I just stumbled on to your blog from p.s. i quilt and am enjoying your quilt market recaps. I love the Echino fabrics (I make purses); hadn't seen them before. So glad I found your blog!

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  41. Such a generous giveaway. Thanks so much and also thanks for your wonderful quilt market updates.

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  42. Thanks for sharing your view of the market. Im living vicariously through your life. From all the way in Aus.

    Still swooning over the details japanese stuff.
    cheers
    kath

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  43. Gosh everything in the photos is so gorgeous, I love all of it, Thanks for sharing.

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  44. Wow the felt food looks amazing! And the echino fabrics look fab :)

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  45. I like the fabriccolors! Thank you for your fot taking us with you!

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  46. I love these fabrics. Haven't been able to spend the extra dollars to purchase any. Maybe I'll win!!

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  47. The felt food is amazing! Thank you for sharing!

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  48. I love them! the fabrics,the colours, and the felt food!!! it's the best made felt food I've ever seen. Amazing!
    Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway!

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  49. Oh, so cute stuff and gorgeous bags!
    Maybe I should write a trip to Houston on my wishing-list for x-mas ;o)

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  50. Thanks for the fabulous photos and tidbits from the Market! The Echino fabrics are gorgeous and the felt goodies looked so yummy! I would love the chance to win the "cool" bundle. Thanks again for the giveaway!

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  51. Oooh, I love echino! And those felt cakes are awesome

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  52. It's nice to see the new Echino. Great recap and thanks for showing us things beyond textiles!

    I'm feeling extra fresh today (and stash deprived of vivid bright green like the top of the pack)

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  53. Wow! What a fabulous giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win.

    emily.nudelman@gmail.com

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  54. The felt food looks so amazing! Love all the bright colors from the echino booth! Thanks for the awesome giveaway Ryan.

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  55. I am so envious of all the great eye candy I didn't get to go see but it's good to be able to see it "second-hand" here. Thanks for the chance to win some lovely fabric - the cool line is my favorite!

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  56. What fun! I love the little animals and fairytale characters. It's so hard to choose a favourite from the echino line. I'm torn between sunrise and sunset. Thanks for the chance to win :-)

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  57. Ryan, thanks for sharing your market experience. I am not much of a felter but those project were interesting, and make me curious. At least they are low cal. right?

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  58. Wow! That's is some serious eye candy. I would totally love to have some Echino in my hands. Thanks so much for such a generous giveaway.

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  59. Thanks for the market updates and the chance to win goodies!

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  60. Love seeing the pics from Market! Felt food looked amazing as well.

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  61. Thanks for sharing these pictures for those of us who can't attend.

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  62. Thanks for the updates and the giveaway! Beautiful fabric!

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  63. Sunrise is my fav! I have been enjoying your market coverage.

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  64. I love Sunset! Also, the pictures of the purses and felt food are fantastic! Glad you and your wife had fun.

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  65. Thanks for this chance! I have not seen these fabrics before and would love any of the choices! Sandy

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  66. Thanks for your round ups of quilt market; some inspiring pics! Love, love, love Echino so keeping everything crossed hoping to win this awesome giveaway. So difficult to choose favourites but Sunrise is my fave today!

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  67. Cool colors and designs! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. Wow! I am in awe of the felt food, it's amazing. I LOVE Echino fabric especially the bird prints. Thanks for the super giveaway

    maget
    littlefurymaget(AT)yahoo(DOT)ca

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  69. I love the sunset color way! Very Cool!
    The felt food looked amazing! Such detail!
    tmsatterwhite@hotmail.com

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  70. Thanks for the pics and the generous giveaway! I hope to get to Houston one day. Until then, I'm so lucky there are bloggers who share bits of the experience online. :-)

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  71. You are making me more and more jealous - I have wanted to go to market for years! Thanks for the great giveaway! I would pick the Fresh colorway.

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  72. I think fabric giveaways are so cool. Someone else's choices give creativity a boost.

    Would love to play with the fresh colorway!

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  73. Oh my gosh, that food looks yummy and real. I wish i could attend the market. you lucky you. I would love to own echino fabric, it has been all the rave in blogland.

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  74. Oh how exciting! The felt food is just incredible... I know I couldn't have it around because it would cause me to start baking like a madman again! :)

    Thank you for this opportunity and for sharing the Quilt Market with us!

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  75. That felt food is completely amazing! Keep the Market posts coming!

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  76. Those fabrics are GORGEOUS ! I've never seen them before ... thanks for the new eye candy! LOVE your blog!

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  77. Oh, I love the sunrise. Thanks for all of the great pictures. It is fun to get to see what it was like :)

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  78. everything in this post makes me drool. i love the fabric, i love the dolls, and the felt food? amazing!!

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  79. I thought the felt food was real at first! :)

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  80. Picking a favorite is hard! And those goodies look so real!!! Who would have believed it? Great giveaway. If I won, I think I would want the "Cool" colors. Too hard to decide!

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  81. I never thought I'd say this, but I even love the tops made out of the quilting fabric. It's beautiful!

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  82. What great fabrics and that felt food and snow white doll are fantastic! Thanks for sharing market with us.

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  83. What a great post to wake up to this morning Ryan! Those fabrics are glorious!, and the felt critters are just darling! Thanks for the chance at one of your special give-a-ways!

    Kathy
    www.shawkl.com

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  84. Gorgeous! Thanks for all the great pictures too! Love this new line!

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  85. Wow I totally thought that was real food. Thanks for the great market pics as well as the giveaway!!!

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  86. I am loving those bright colors! And that felt food is awesome!

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  87. I love Echino, it's just beautiful and the colors are always happy and fun!

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  88. Hey Ryan! Great post! Love the Echino fabrics! I pick 'cool,' because that's what your blog is! Thanks for the give-away!

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  89. It's all so lovely! I can't wait to get some of the new Echino fabrics!

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  90. I wish I could have been there. Maybe the whole quilt market could come to Europe so we can enjoy them, too?
    Until then, thank you for showing us the best booths. And I agree, there is no better fabric then Echino :)

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  91. Wow what a wonderful fabric collection! I would have had to purchse one of the bags if I waw your wife.

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  92. I love the look of the Japanese designers. Thanks for the preview of fun things to come. Kathie L in Allentown

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  93. I love all the great pictures - looks like you had a really great time.
    Please enter me in your giveaway - my favorite is sunset.

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  94. I loved looking at all that felt food, but those animals were too cute!!! Love all the eye candy. Thanks Ryan.

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  95. What a great giveaway! Thanks so much for sharing all of your Market experiences for all of us who didn't get to experience the magic ourselves!

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  96. the market must have been overwhelming...loved your pics..please enter me

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  97. That felt food DOES look real! And all those hand bags, my oh my.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  98. I don't think I would have been able to tear myself away from this booth. Thanks for letting us take a look at it!

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  99. I love those bags! The fabrics are awesome! If I am the lucky winner...I pick sunrise. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. Oh yes please Ryan! I'm so sad that I missed Market that I definitely need a bundle of Echino to brighten up my day ;)

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  101. I love the polka dot bag with the stripe strap! I also love the display with the shirts. How fun! Thanks for all of the pictures!

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  102. The felt food is sooooo cute! I have a Japanese how-to book on something similar. This was total inspiration for me to break it out now to make some holiday presents. Thanks for the giveaway and inspiration!

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  103. Ooh, I love that fabric! Thanks for sharing your photos.

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  104. WOW ; was the whole show as neat at this one booth ? looks like it was almost too much to take in ! Thanks for the chance to WIN !

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  105. Thank you for sharing Echino booth! I love the cool bundle and the food is really awesome!

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  106. I love Encino!! I would pick Sunrise for sure. It is me!

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  107. Wow- I love one of those bags pictured!

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  108. Thanks for the giveaway! I heart Echino!
    Katherine

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  109. You're so generous! I only have one fat quarter of Echino in my stash and I'd love to add to it.

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  110. I love the felt food - awesome! Thanks for sharing all the goodies. Count me in for your fantastic giveaway.

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  111. I love the Fresh bundle. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  112. Love that felt food! Fresh would certainly be my pick! So bright and happy! :)

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  113. Another great giveaway -- please include me in a chance to win!

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  114. those little animals are too, too cute; and the felt food is scrumptious!

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  115. Love those fabrics and felt foods! You must have needed a day or two to decompress after this sensory overload!

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  116. Etsuko Furuya was one of the first designers I bought when I realized there was a fabric world outside of Joanns and the other big box stores - the scooters sucked me in!

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  117. Thanks for sharing all the wonderful market sites and goodies--those felt foods are unbelievable--I'm hungry now!

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  118. The Echino booth looks AMAZING! Thanks so much for sharing your loot with us! I've got my fingers crossed for the sunset bundle. Although really I'd be ecstatic to win anything!

    Thanks for the chance!

    Angelina

    figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  119. That's a hard choice. I like the cool the best and thanks for the giveaway!

    Billie

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  120. Oh my goodness, those felt foods look absolutely amazing! I am so encouraged, it seems like there is such a value in going back to true craftiness, and using technology to enhance the creative process and not reduce it!

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  121. i just love these fabrics... and they make me want to move back to japan ever so much! thanks for sharing!

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  122. Oh Awesome giveaway!! The fabrics are gorgeous, Thanks for the chance at this bundle!!

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  123. Although the felt food was beautiful, I gasped out loud at those dolls! Too cute. Thanks for sharing all the market fun.

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  124. Those little felt animals are super cute! And the food looks amazing!

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  125. These market and booth pictures are amazing...and what a wonderful giveaway too...I'd so love the sunrise bundle...just such perfect mix of color and pattern!

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  126. I LOVE all those purses ~ such great prints! I'd pick the cool colorway ~ thanks for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  127. I love the felt food, and the Echino colors are delicious too!

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  128. Those sweets do indeed look good enough to eat. I just love the sunset color set of this fabric.

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  129. Everything looks so good! I wish I could have been there!! Thank you for the quick peak.

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  130. I love the felt food. Looks so good, too real.... Maybe I am just hungary this morning....

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  131. The quality of the fabric pictures you post are superb. It's just like walking beside you through a fabric store. Also, thanks for taking us to market with you -- makes me less disappointed for not getting to experience it first-hand.

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  132. walking dolls? felt food? fabulous kokka/echino fabric?? what a great post to brighten up my rainy day!

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  133. You have a beautiful site and I really enjoy the fabric the colors are wonderful!

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  134. You have a beautiful website! I especially enjoy your use of colors and fabrics its AWESOME!

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  135. Looks like such a great time :)

    And thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  136. I really think the fresh colorway needs to come live with me. You know, I'm a fabric addict, but I haven't ventured to Enchino yet. Maybe you could get me started!

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  137. Please pick me! How I'd love some of that echino fabric!

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  138. With bags and pillows and butterflys on the wall,
    This is by far the best giveaway of them all!

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  139. Thx for the chance to win. And thx for the really great pics you took.

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  140. i really enjoyed looking at the booth photos. What a treat for the eyes!

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  141. I just LOVE Echino!! and those felt creations are just soooo cute! Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

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  142. Thanks for sharing your experience for those of us who live through the blog posts of others! The felt food is amazing!

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  143. Great post!
    Enter me in the giveaway please!!!
    Gill

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  144. It's so lovely to see Quilt Market through someone else's eyes - only topped by getting to see it through your own (sigh!) But your pics are great and make it all seem so close! I love the felt food - what an amazing technique! Would love to win some Echino! Thanks for the chance...

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  145. The felt items looked great!! They look so real, I had to take a second look at the picture.
    The Echino collection is awesome! All the items in the booths look so nice! I want to make them all!!

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  146. I LOVE Echino! My one regret is that I was not into fabric crafting during the 4 years I lived in Japan -think of what I could have brought home! (lots of paper crafting supplies instead... who knew?)

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  147. Wow you are right, that felt food looks real! I love all of your photographs, thanks so much for sharing your fun at quilt market!

    marcijdebetaz (at) hotmail {dotcom}

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  148. Usually I like one particular colorway of a fabric line, but I can honestly say that each one of these is fantastic!

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  149. Everything looks so delish! Thanks for being so generous!

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  150. Ack! All these Quilt Market posts all over the blogosphere are making me jealous! It looks like fun!

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  151. Are you kidding me? Yes I'm want my name in that hat!!! I didn't bring home any fabrics for myself. I'd love ...did I say love? I should have said, LOVE, to win those!!!

    You rock,
    Kelly

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  152. Are those ice cream sundaes? Amazing felt food!

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  153. Your pictures are great! Next best thing to being there. Thanks

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  154. Wow some nice looking food. Got all hungry :)
    And what a nice give away - got hungry for that fabric too...

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  155. Wow some nice looking food. Got all hungry :)
    And what a nice give away - got hungry for that fabric too...

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  156. Thanks for all the great pictures, felt as though I was there. I like the Sunset colorway.

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  157. Gorgeous!!! I would choose either the cool or the sunset colorway. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  158. The booth photos are wonderful. While I am a quilter, I also enjoy making pretty much anything out of fabric, so the Kokka booth photos are super inspirational. This is my first look at their fabric lines and boy are they spiffy! I really like the "fresh" and "cool" colorways. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  159. thanks for all the great pictures! always happy to see what market was like! echino fabrics make my skin tingle, they are so amazing! thanks for a chance to win some!

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  160. I'm so jealous of your trip to market! And those felt projects were awesome!

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  161. Those little walking dolls looked cute. Thanks for sharing the information. I really like the fresh palette. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  162. Awesome fabric. Great pics.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  163. Those are awesome fabrics. I'd definitely pick cool if I won.

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  164. I can't beleive how realistic the felt figures looked - amazing. Wish I knew what their secret was and I love the fabrics. Enjoy the rest of your time!

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  165. I love the new Echino prints. fingers crossed!

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  166. Would love me some Echino in cool! Thanks, Ryan!

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  167. That felt food is amazing! Awesome giveaway too:)

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  168. The food items were fabulous! Thanks for all the photographs and explanations.

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  169. Wow, great post. The felted desserts are to die for! Choosing just one colorway will be really, really hard, but I'm up for the chance! Thanks!!

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  170. What great fabrics! I'd love a shot at the "Fresh" colors.

    Linda

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  171. oh the fabric is yummy!! thanks for a chance to win!

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  172. Such great colours!
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

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  173. WOW! Everything they make is just fantastic. The fabric is gorgeous, the food looks good enough to eat, and the dolls are adorable. The whole booth is a visual feast!

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  174. Seriously? That was felt? I guess I should only stock my pantry with those types of sweeties. I'd finally lose weight - or - I'd just eat them and get my daily requirement of fiber.

    Love this fabric! Thanks for the chance to enter!

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  175. the pictures are great, that is felt? No more calories in my diet with those treats, haha.

    Thanks for the chance, and the "fresh" color are my choice.

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  176. The colors and prints are so fun! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  177. Oh my goodness! Me please! And you are so right about that felt food. Before I read what you wrote, I was thinking "wow, someone put out snack for people?"

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  178. What cool colors - love the " fresh."

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  179. I enjoyed the pictures from market. You must have an overload of new ideas etc. I would love to be the winner of this giveaway.

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  180. I have enjoyed the posts and all the pictures! thanks!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  181. Those bags are so cute!
    Thanks for the chance.

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  183. Oooh thanks for the giveaway - I'd love to win this :)

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  184. Those felt foods do look amazing! Someday in my free time I'll learn to do that. LOL. But I adore the princess dolls! Agh. I'm being sucked into the love of all things Japanese!

    Wow and thanks for the opportunity to win some fabulous fabric!

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  185. A trip and it was free (through your photos). Thanks for shairing, looks like you had a great time.

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  186. I've heard about "echino"...I think, but I can't imagine seeing it, because I would have stacks of it then... please let this be my first.

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