With the man himself. I'm wearing a Vogue 8571 pattern I picked up at the MPB Day 2013 pattern swap, failed to finish it in time to wear to MPB Day 2014, but wore it this year
At Chelsea Flea Market: The early bird men of MPB Day 2015. Peter, James from Craft Space Continuum, Enrique from EnriqueSews
Modelling for Enrique, en route from Chelsea Flea Market to the FIT Museum
Enrique says don't smile. Peter with Lynn (who shared her birthday with MPB Day!) of You Sew Girl!
Hoof it to FIT
Right this way...on a bright, gorgeous sunny day
James and the clever tote bag he made from a dog food bag.
FIT Museum exhibit dress--white rolled hem on black fabric--I want to try that idea sometime--the white on black rolled hem, not all those appendages.
Tomasa from Sew Much Fashion and me at Panera
Peter outside Panera outlining the afternoon's agenda
Crossing 33rd at 7th in midtown Manhattan
At my favorite store in the world, Pacific Trimming, in my favorite aisle: elastic and piping!
MainelyDad, his amazing shirt and I unite over our taking pix with our self timers in our back and side yards
Tomasa and Anne from Sewing to Soothe My Soul rejoice over their finds in the free box at Paron's
What's that, you say? Paron's has a free box? Don't know if they have a free box every day, but they had one on Saturday.
Petting Amanda's fabric on 39th. See the video Peter captured (with sound) here.
Bryant Park. MainelyDad and his fabric from....Kashi's was it? That's a Kashi shopping bag....
Checking out Lynn's jeans--that she carried around with her all day just so I could try them on--gold star to you Lynn! Left to right: Lynn, Tomasa, Claire from England, Anne
in Bryant Park
Say "sashiko!" (Pretend there's no "i" in it...sash-ko). James said I have inspired him to try sashiko. That's awesome! (You can see my Butterick 6072 backpack hanging off my shoulder...)
It was quite fun to meet up with old friends and meet some of my blog followers like James! My only regrets were not having a photo shoot with Enrique (whose immense enthusiasm for sewing inspires me to keep on sewing when I sometimes feel like giving it all up) and not having enough energy to see Kashi again, though I'm sure my credit card and stash closet are ok with that. (He opened Metro Textiles on Saturday just for us, but I ran out of energy. Kashi, that white leaf eyelet is still burned into my brain!)
Also if you introduced yourself to me, thanks for saying hi! Can you please leave a comment with your blog name or other way I can reach you (twitter, instagram)? Thanks!
As darkness descends....
The Empire State Building as seen from Chelsea last night....
Thank you Peter for bringing the sewing community together in this way for 5 years in a row!
From those of us who only attend MPB day virtually, thank you for your additional photographs and travelogue.ReplyDelete
Thank you for letting me know you appreciated the post. You're welcome!Delete
So glad you could make it again this year, Kyle. Great recap!ReplyDelete
Thanks for organizing it! I am so sad I will never have perfect attendance.Delete
Great recap Kyle! I can't believe the day is already behind us but what a fun day it was. I enjoyed every minute of it. I had a blast shopping with you. It was also wonderful to meet Lynn, Anne, Claire and so many others. Looking forward to next year already...ReplyDelete
Yes, it was such a fun day!! Great to see you again!Delete
thanks for all the photos--one of these days perhaps I can be there......ReplyDelete
That would be awesome if you attended!!!Delete
Isn't it difficult to put into words how much fun this day really was? Your pictures are making me smile. So glad to have been a part of this experience and to have met so many lovers of fabric.ReplyDelete
MPB Day is definitely a great place to meet fabric lovers.Delete
It all looks lovely!ReplyDelete
Thanks Vanessa! It was! If you're ever in NYC...Delete
Was that an amazing day or what!!? So many talented and just plain fun people in one place at the same time. I think the next outing should be the "Enrique Sews Fan Club Day".ReplyDelete
Was that Paron's free box epic or what? It was great meeting you!ReplyDelete
That was epic--there were some amazing pieces in there! I thought it would be damaged stuff, but it wasn't!!!Delete
Yaaaaaay! I had a fantastic time with you and the gang. Your recaps always make me smile. =) LOL @ the appendages.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the wonderful gift and sharing my hatching day with me. =)