I bought patterns, too. ASG is always a good opportunity to buy patterns because the vendors have samples and you can actually see what they will look like when made up.
I took two classes with Louise Cutting this year, including a full day of learning techniques and making samples. So I guess you could say that I drank the Koolaid; after experiencing the techniques I wanted to try the patterns they came from.
Left to right: Heading for Adventure, Stars in Heaven, and In the Trenches.
I also picked up a book of adaptations to the One Seam Pants. No I don't have this pattern, but I do have a pants patten with no side seams that I can morph onto. I also got a simple belt pattern from Louise, which is basically a contoured obi. I've seen pictures of this on, and it really looks good.
The Sewing Workshop typically introduces a pattern at ASG. This year it was MixIt, a set of tops. The tank is the same as the Mission tank from several years ago. Apparently it was a real sleeper. The shirt is a tweaked remake of the Elle. It has been modified for a closer fit, bracelet length sleeves and a smaller collar. I don't recognize the cap sleeve top, so that's a new one.
Shapes is a joint project of Louise Cutting an Linda Lee, after they discovered they both liked the same type of garments and finishes. These are the Eleven Eleven Skirt and the Six Sense Skirt.