Picture dump. Sorry, some of these photos are fuzzy. I was trying to get pictures at the show with my phone and it just wasn't working.
These are Yetis. Boy blacksmith is in Nepal building a brewery and unable to attend the event so it seems only fitting that there be yetis and prayer flags. The yeti design is from Urban Threads.
Chickens and other stuffies. The little rodent snuck in, he was not supposed to be in the sale but I didn't notice until I got home. I'll have to pull him tomorrow. The face on the star is UT. The face on the blue man is one I digitized. The patterns are mine. These are prototypes. You can't really see the turkey on the right but he is an old project and you've probably already seen him.
I shouldn't include this picture but it is the only one I have that shows the frame full of badges and the rack of sunpainted shirts. The shirts are not new projects and don't count toward my fifty. The badges, well there are hundreds of them.
The wine bottle cozy is a last minute project. I love the ruler ribbon on them but if they don't like it, it is just a quick snip and they can substitute their own. These are made from blue jeans. There is one old and one new pumpkin in the picture. I made at least a dozen of various sizes this year. To the right of the wine are a couple of the prayer flags. I made a few samples and whole bunch of DIY kits. The lower left show some of the coffee cup cozies I made. Again, primarily out of old blue jeans.
Hedgehogs, zombies and stars. The first two are UT patterns intended to be stuffies, but I decided to make them into flatties with ribbons to hang. More efficient for me that way and I am sick of stuffing from all of the chickens! The stars are made from.... wait for it.... old blue jeans. That is a pattern I digitized. The little orange thing is a creeper printed by boy blacksmith on his 3D printer. There was a group there doing full body scans and 3D prints. People were making their own mini-mes!
This last picture is the worst of the lot but it is the only one that shows the magic bags and earrings. I made about 80 pairs of Free Standing Lace earrings using designs from Sonya Showalter (an awesome designer!). I know you can't see a thing but there are shamrocks, treble clefs, pumpkins, skelatons, spiderwebs, butterflies, dragon flies and cardinals. (it is October in StL after all.) You can also see the peek-a-boo pals. Another project I drew and digitized myself. And another project made out of old blue jeans.
I didn't get any pictures of the lanyards, market bags, string backpacks or karate kid headbands. I'll try to do that when I get back tomorrow. I didn't take candles or soap so no pictures of those either. I think I blew past 100 projects awhile ago but who is counting anymore.
Two more shows and then maybe I can get back to quilting. Whew!