I know that several of you have been published - either books, chapters, magazines, or patterns.
So I went to Barnes & Nobles today during lunch to have a look see at the quilt books & magazines. (I looked at Prairie Children & their quilts - I passed on it.) I then looked at 90% of the other books including on by Lark Books: Pretty Little Patchwork (the website says that the author is Valerie Van Arsdale Shrader, I think that she is the editor, but that is not the point of the post.
As I was flipping - very scientific method of browsing, I know, I saw a quilt that I OWN. I kid you not. Mini Mod Coin Quilt on page 109 by Maitreya Dunham is my quilt. Not a copy mind you, I own that exact quilt. She sent it to me as part of the first Doll Quilt Swap! How cool is that?
BTW It is perfect for you who like to do more that just make quilts.
So I saw a couple scrappy quilt books that tempted me, but alas they all stayed at Barnes & Noble.
I also looked at the magazines. Apparently a lady on my quilting e-mail list had a quilt published in Quilter's Newsletter Monthly - in the May 2008 issue. (Suprisingly, Barnes & Noble only had the April issue...) So I also did not buy any magazines.
B&N does not sell fabric, so I did not get any of that either. :o)
Am I rounding a corner? Sure seems like it - I guess time will tell after I return from Lancaster. :o)