What an action packed week! Sew much going on!
This list may be just as much to help me keep track of the wonderful events that are happening, as it is to let you know about them. I don't want anyone to miss out on the excitement!
First up we have a fun festival beginning this Friday!!!
Amy of Amy's Creative Side is hosting the Blogger's Quilt Festival.
This event coincides with Quilt Market each spring and fall. And gives you the opportunity to enter your best work in a variety of categories.
Click on this link to read more about it! And I hope to see you there!
The next bit of news to share is the AccuQuilt Block Party!
AccuQuilt organized this Blog Hop to celebrate the release of 11 new GO! dies. And each day, one of us will be sharing projects and inspirational posts featuring the use of one of these exciting new dies.
The hop runs from May 19 to the 30th. Check out the line up of talented bloggers participating!!!
Belinda Karls-Nace of Samplings from a Blue Ribbon Girl on May 19
Bea Lee of Beaquilter on May 19
Connie Campbell of Freemotion by the River on May 21
Lee Monroe of May Chappell on May 22
Amy Warner of Sew Incredibly Crazy on May 23
Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts on May 24
Heather Banks of Inventive Denim on May 26
Lorna McMahon of Sew Fresh Quilts on May 27
Eleanor Burns of Quilt in a Day Strip Quilter on May 28
Nancy Mahoney of Nancy Mahoney's Blog on May 29
Diana Ray of Ray's Sew Crafty on May 30
And finally... in case you missed it...
The Pink Chalk Fabrics GIVEAWAY began yesterday.
Be sure to enter for your chance to win $25 in Stash Cash. Click here!
NOW.... What's new with you?
I am sew looking forward to visiting with all my quilting friends!
Show me what you got!
And Let's Bee Social!
(If you are not sure what Let's Bee Social is all about,
you can read the details here.)
Keep On Quilting On!
My goodness girlfriend...you are one busy women!
I do feel that this week is really busy on my side as well ;-)
I have a question. I want to buy an acuquilt go but am unsure which size to get. I am afraid if I buy the baby I will wish I had bought the larger. I just started to quilt a year ago but do not quilt a lot because I dislike the cutting. So my question is, which one do you recommend and which dies would be good to start with? Please help.
Looks like you are one busy queen bee! I look forward to seeing more of your lovely work!
Thanks for hosting these Bee's! I don't link up often but I always go and read the ones that do. So fun to find new quilty friends. :)
I know I don't say this enough, but thank you for hosting this link party. I always enjoy participating and I know it takes time for you to set this up. I really appreciate what you do!
How do you do it all? SUPER Lorna ... very grateful too, love your work, love the linky party - you meet the nicest people at your party :)
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