Let's Bee Social

Sew Fresh Quilts


Just how DO you get Social at Sew Fresh Quilts?

Let's Bee Social is posted each Wednesday, allowing you to add a link and join the linky party!

When you link up your post, please BEE a Sweetie..... and Bee Social!

  • Click on at least a few, if not all, of the others who have linked up.  And see what they have been up to.  Take a social tour of their hive and really get to know them!  Before you BUZZ off.... Leave a friendly invite in your comment....  Encouraging them to make a BEE line to your blog.

  • Your blog post does not have to BEE about something you worked on during the past week.  Linking up an older post that you are particularly proud of, or that you thought was really funny, or inspiring, or worth revisiting is totally okay.

  • In your blog post, please include a link back to my blog or grab the "Let's Bee Social!" button from above and put it on your sidebar.  This way others who visit your blog that week can join in the fun!  Share the news of this new linky and Let's Bee Social!

  • Following the Sew Fresh Quilts blog is not required - But it sure would BEE nice!

Listen HONEY.....
Everyone need a little SUGAR now and then.

I sure do appreciate all the wonderful friendships I have made.  The online quilting community has provided a limitless source of inspiration and encouragement.  And it is my hope that through this new linky party, everyone will have an enjoyable experience connecting and sharing the wonderful things going on in their hive!

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask in a comment on this post, or contact me at sewfreshquilts [at] gmail [dot] com








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34 comments:

Carla said...

Sounds fun! I hope to link up ; )

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

Sounds like a great format. Bee looking out for some links from me! Grabbing your button now!

Quilting Dee said...

I would love to participate! I'm a new blogger, still trying to get how it all works. Attempting to make a button and learn to link. I may need some tips!,

annieb said...

I've never participated in a Linky party and always wanted to. I'm looking forward to this.
Anne

Debra said...

Great idea! I would love to participate! Count me in and I will post your Lets Bee Social button on my blog: debraharryquilts.blogspot.com. Can't wait for the party to begin!

Mara Cockman said...

Count me in, I'll bee there.

Jereena said...

I am a new blogger who blogs at http://cooksewcreative.blogspot.com/ I haven't done any linky parties. Will be learning about it so I can join in the fun.
Thanks for keeping it open for newbies like me.

Glinda ♥ said...

There's a buzz beeing generated about your new linky party! I'll definitely bee joining in, honey :)

Jessica said...

You've been so busy! Your blog is hopping - congrats! :) Looking forward to this!

Michele said...

I'm in!

Cheryl said...

That sounds like such fun Lorna, I can't wait for the first linky party :)

Shanna said...

You are just such a pun-ny gal, I LOVE it! What a great idea, I think I will add this to my calendar. I love encouraging new bloggers especially so if you don't mind I would like to write a post about this, thanks again for being sew-weet!

Sarah @ Berry Barn Designs said...

Sounds great, Lorna!

Andee said...

What a great idea!

Linda from Talkinglunchboxquilts.com said...

Just did my first link in. What a fun idea! Can't wait to see what other quilters are posting!!

HalfDozen said...

Thanks so much for linking to me this. I'm excited to start sharing and exploring tomorrow.

Carrie's Quilt's said...

hi i am interested too! i need pointers where do i the gadget buttons im learning as i am bloging on my own :))

http://quiltingalwaysforhim4.blogspot.com/

Lorna McMahon said...

Hi Carrie! From your blog's dashboard, choose "Layout" from the left hand column. Click on "Add a Gadget". From the pop up window, choose "HTML/JavaScript". Then add the code found in the box below the Let's Bee Social icon above!

Cheri, the Quilting Nanny said...

I'm joining up! Love visiting others...tons of inspiration! Hope they visit mine! I love talking about my crafts! Thanks for the party!

Jacqueline Frances said...

I will try to figure this out…in the meantime, come Bee social at my place!!!
Jacqueline in Pitt Meadows
http://www.quilt-sewhappy.blogspot.com

CapitolaQuilter said...

Glad to have found the link up and look forward to buzzing around.

Lara B. said...

Hi Lorna! This sounds like a lot of fun! Do you all mind NewBees?

Margo Yang said...

Ok, redo it one more time. Hi there! I'm glad I've found your site. I'm pretty new to blogging world so I might need some help at times. I'm a longtime quilter but a newbee to this social media thing. My blog is 'shadowlanequiltsandcrafts.blogspot.com'. First question, how do I go about adding the 'let's bee social' into my blog? You might have to do a tutorial for us the 'NewBees'. Thanks.

Angela FlowersMoore said...

Thanks for hosting. I will Bee here, look forward to visiting.

Keepsake Designs said...

Thank you for hosting this honey of a linky party! Incidentally, I am a beekeeper and LOVE the theme! I am also a quilter, so your beautiful blog post was wonderfully refreshing to find. I've never done linky partys before, so I hope I do it all right!

Maja said...

I´m in from today!
Just bought a pattern from you.
Don´t know when I´ll find the time to sew it, but it was a "Must have"?

LA Paylor said...

Lorna, so cute dogs! You are a great designer of patterns
LeeAnna

Nancy Foote said...

I love reading your blog and looking at your patterns! I am just getting back into quilting after a several year gap and would love to participate in your quilt along. I have never done anything like this before, and though I enjoy reading blogs, I have never had one of my own...you many inspire me to try blogging as well!

marebear said...

Hi Lorna, Wow! This blog is a breath of fresh air. You are exactly what I need! I have been blogging for a bit, but really could use some pointers because I am not all that "techy"! For instance, I want to link with you, but I need to create a "button" and I am just learning more about coding, so I will work on that! I also LUV the idea of the blog sharing.
I also have to share that I have a woodsy quilt called "Forest Friends"! My boyfriend actually named the quilt for me and I like the name so much that I had it embroidered into the sample.
I enjoyed your comment about having your patterns printed for the first time. I was just going thru the same experience. The distributors don't pay that much, so if you don't find a really good printing price, the cost of the patterns becomes unmanageable. I shopped all around my area within a 50 mile range and found a great printing place. I live in Wisconsin, so this will probably not help you...but I know what you went thru. The prices ranged from $14 a pattern (can you imagine!) to 80 cents. What a difference!

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c said...

Lorna, I would wish to participate in your giveaway, I love your fabric choices. However, raffle copter is not user friendly for me, I can't get it to open to answer questions, etc. It's not just you, it's everyone who uses it, for me.

Rochelle Marouski said...

Love your patterns, recently purchased the dog but would like to try Elephant walk next or the I LOVE QUilting
I agree though raffle copter is not user friendly. Took me awhile to figure out how to enter.
Thanks again, love your style!

Quiltstipple said...

Love your website and your patterns. I would like to do the Forest Friends and the Flowers quilt patterns. Also, the quilt alongs are fun! Thank you.

Quiltstipple said...

Just visited the Fat Quarter Shop. I love the colors in the Chipper 10 inch Layer Cake by Tula Pink.