Around the World Blog Hop – Remix

Isn’t it such fun to meet a variety of bloggers, quilters, and pattern designers? I previously participated in the Around the World Blog hop back in September where I was able to share a bit about my creative process.

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I think it’s gone around the world a few times and it’s come back to me once again, this time from my lovely friend Melissa Corry of Happy Quilting Melissa. I have to give a huge shout out to Melissa, who also has a book coming out with Martingale. She was the one who encouraged me to submit my book proposal to them and I couldn’t be more grateful!

melssa_corryMelissa Corry of Happy Quilting Melissa

Melissa was tagged by Melissa Mortensen who was tagged by Amanda Herring who was tagged by Amber Johnson who was tagged by Amy Smart who was tagged by Jen Kingwell who was tagged by Sue Spargo and it goes on and on from there! So be sure to check out each of these fabulous women’s posts. I think you’ll learn something new and be inspired!

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I’m currently working on some secret sewing featuring the fabulous Handcrafted batik collection by Alison Glass for Andover fabrics. I can’t wait for the big reveal!

If you haven’t shared your journey yet, I invite you to now! Just write up a post by next Monday, January 26th and link back to this post. Then invite a friend or two to join the fun by mentioning them in your post going forward. On your blog, feel free to answer these questions any way you like:

What are you working on?
How does your work differ from others?
Why do you do what you do?
How does your creative process work?

I can’t wait to read your responses!

2 thoughts on “Around the World Blog Hop – Remix

  1. Corinne says:

    I am working on a chevron quilt using “Think Pink” fabric by Riley Blake and your tutorial. . The quilt is for my sister-in-law, who was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer.

  2. Ellie Werner says:

    I promised myself before I start any new projects I will finish up the 3 from last year that are started but not finished. Currently I am finishing my Diamonds are Forever String quilt (85×95) and although I promised to sell the top to a friend the more I work on it the less I want to sell it and keep it for myself as it is a lot of cutting and ironing etc and has become priceless to me. I throw all the strips in a big pile and then after a few blocks are made I fluff up the pile and move it around to see what other strips I haven’t used. It’s a big mess on my sewing table but I love the randomness of picking out the strips. While I am sewing I listen to the radio and think about all the other quilts I want to make but I have to finish the one I am working on first! I think quilters are easily distracted and love all kinds of fabrics which is why we all seem to have plenty of UFO’s to complete and new patterns we want to try.

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