The folks at Generation Q had an inviting booth. You may not be able to tell from this photo but that is a tub couch a la "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
I won a little goodie bag made and filled by Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios, one of the Gen Q team, for being one of the first to visit their booth on Friday. I love that he filled the bag with blue items and even included a piece of vintage fabric.
And those tiny little monkeys are just adorable. They were quite a hit with the kids when I got home. Miss P covets them. Thanks Scott.
Generation Q also had a door prize give drawing which I won later in the day! I scored this fab box of Cotton Couture solids by Michael Miller.
Oh yeah, they have a print magazine now! I had a chance to read the magazine while I was there and on the LONG ride home. I think it is a great magazine. I love the conversational tone it has. It made me feel like members of my local stitch group were talking to me. It is packed with a variety of articles, projects, an iron review, and much more. I also like that it is in a small size format that will easily fit in your purse.
Congratulations to the Gen Q team on their first print issue!
To enter, tell me something you would most like to see featured in a quilt magazine. I'll keep comments open until Sunday night and announce a winner on Monday.