NYC adventures.

I just got back from NYC and it was a blast.


First up, was BEA for a book signing. That was an experience, for sure.


BEA nyc


It was great to see Lucky Spool’s first 2 titles (mine and their Essential Guide) represented at the show in Taunton’s booth.


lucky spool books at BEA


I found my way to City Quilter–which is a beautiful shop! How about the great company my pattern Tangelo had in being next to Jen Kingwell? Score.


carolyn friedlander and jen kingwell quilt patterns at city quilter


On the last day in town, I had my class and book signing at Purl Soho–also a lovely shop and my students were excellent.


carolyn friedlander_savor each stitch signing at purl soho


purl soho


aerial grove class at purl soho_carolyn friedlander


aerial grove class at purl soho_2_carolyn friedlander


There was even a wall of Botanics in our classroom…


aerial grove class at purl soho_2_carolyn friedlander


I was very impressed with the bundles at Purl…especially these with Botanics…nicely done!


carolyn friedlander botanics bundle at purl soho


fabric bundles at purl soho


Otherwise my trip included visiting with dear friends, eating lots of very tasty food, plenty of walking/subway riding/googlemapping, and even some archiventuring during a trip to the High Line. Fun seeing you Mr Gehry and Mr Nouvel.


gehry and nouvelle in NYC_carolyn friedlander archiventuring


Good times. Thanks so much for everyone who was a part of it!




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3 Responses to NYC adventures.

  1. Jennyroo June 5, 2014 at 10:41 am #

    I am planning my first trip to New York City this summer. Purl Soho is definitely on my list! And the High Line park looks amazing!

  2. Jen June 6, 2014 at 8:11 pm #

    Thanks for the great workshop, Carolyn! I loved watching your process and learning the appliqué technique. Your book rocks too! 🙂 – Jen

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