Celebrate International Craft Month
You can not imagine the excitement I felt, when I was included in the blog hop for International Quilting Month.
Here is the whole list of bloggers taking part in the event. Please go and visit everyone, you never know what you might find.
- Marian – Seams to be Sew: http://www.seamstobesew.com
- Patty – Elm Street Quilts: www.elmstreetquilts.com
- Cheryl – Cheryl’s Teapots2Quilting: http://cherylsteapots2quilting.blogspot.com/
- Barb –Bejeweled Quilts by Barb: www.bejeweledquilts.blogspot.com
- Vanda – Quilt in Piece: http://chittenden.co.za (this is me)
- Julie – Pink Doxies: www.pinkdoxies.com
- Carol – Fun Threads Designs: www.funthreads.blogspot.com
- Carole – >From My Carolina Home: www.frommycarolinahome.com
- Darlene – QuiltShopGal: www.quiltshopgal.com
And don’t forget to leave and comment and enter your name in the Rafflecopter to win a prize. There are19 prizes to be won, the full list is available on Quiltshopgal. Rafflecopter at the bottom of the post.
But what to do?
I wracked my head for weeks until it dawned on me, that I can share my inspiration. The whole reason why I am addicted to quilting, in particular paper piecing or foundation piecing as it is also called.
Did you know, that I only started quilting and paper piecing January 2015. It feels as though I have been quilting forever.
The quilt that got me started was a quilt along that started in January 2015, it was paper pieced and it was magical, to say the least. Never in my whole life, did I think I would be able to make any of the things that was posted.
Here is my finished project from The Project of Doom quilt along, a Harry Potter inspired Quilt.
Jennifer Ofenstein is the mastermind behind these awesome patterns. And best of all, these patterns were shared with us for free.
Jennifer runs a website called Fandom in Stitches, where you can find all of these patterns, plus a lot more. The website has any genre you can think of to satisfy any fandom, geek or nerd.
What is even more inspirational is a lot of these quilts are donated to the Linus Connection (their mission is to make and deliver handmade security blankets for children in crisis situations in our area. The blankets go to children in hospital emergency rooms, in crisis centers, in foster care, battered women’s shelters, to any child who is in need of a little extra security in their lives.) You can also find Jennifer on her own website Sewhooked.
This has also inspired me to work on my own quilt along, which is why I didn’t have time to make anything new for this hop.
I can’t show anything to do why my qal yet, but here is a blog button.
Now for the rafflecopter
See everyone soon and enjoy the blog hop.
PS: to comment from my front page, the comments is at the top of the page under the heading, just click on the word comments.
If you click on the heading and go to the specific post, then the comments is at the bottom and the top of the page.