Donna Cutting- you are the winner of an All in a Row E-book. I have sent you an email.
My name may be on the cover but it what’s inside
that makes this book so special.
Talented designers including Corey Yoder, Betsy Chutchian, Jen Kingwell, Jo Morton, Lisa Bongean, Sherri McConnell, Karla Eisenach, Camille Roskelley, Kate Spain, Barb Groves, Mary Jacobsen, Brenda Riddle, Sandy Gervais, Sandy Klop, Kathy Schmitz, Deb Strain, Barb Adams, Alma Allen, Anne Sutton, Lynne Hagmeier, Stacy Iest Hsu, Laurie Simpson, Janet Clare, and Pat Sloan. Each of these designers have created a special row for you. Whether making a seasonal tablerunner or a fun whimsical quilt, there are so many options.
Thank you for your sewing and quilting!
All the big awards shows have people that fill the empty seats when the stars are away getting ready for presentations, accepting awards or even taking a bathroom break. I wonder how you get the job to be a seat filler? I would sign up for that, sitting next to Keith Urban would be a dream come true.
Speaking of fillers, my contribution to this book is the filler rows for the Moda All Stars.
My 4″ filler rows to be used as borders, additional mini rows and spacers between the designers rows. The patterns are named Join Hands, Floral Frenzy, Stair Steps, Scallops, Criss Cross, Looking Glass, Twigs, Beans and Triangles. Shown above is a quilt made using combinations of all the fillers.
Along with Lisa Bongean, I am sharing my post on the last day of the blog hop which is also the day after Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is an American holiday that gives us the opportunity to gather with friends and family, enjoy food and fellowship and to reflect on what all we are thankful for.
I do not know if Martingale choose for me to go last but I am glad they did. I have so much to be thankful for and all of the people listed above are part of the reason why. I am blessed to work with people that I also call my friends.
People that share their talent, inspire and teach others and work hard every single day is what this industry is made of. This also includes all the additional people that work behind the scenes to actually produce a book. (as shown above)
Together, the designers are donating royalties from the book’s sales to benefit Give Kids the World Village . This charity helps children with life-threatening illnesses enjoy week long, cost-free vacations with their families.
I am giving away an E-book courtesy of Martingale publishing. To enter, leave a comment here and tell me if you were a seat filler at any awards show who would you like to sit next to. The winner will be announced Tuesday morning ( November 28th)
Just in case you missed any of the stops on the hop, I am sharing them here. You can also check out the Allinarowquiltalong Fb page for details.
Here’s the schedule …
Pat Sloan: http://blog.patsloan.com/
Janet Clare: http://janetclare.co.uk/blog/
Corey Yoder: http://littlemissshabby.com/
Laurie Simpson: http://minickandsimpson.blogspot.com/
Stacy lest Hsu: https://www.stacyiesthsu.com/blog/
Anne Sutton: http://bunnyhillblog.com/
Alma Allen: http://www.blackbird-designs.com/
Lynne Hagmeier: http://kansastroublesquilters-lynne.blogspot.com/
Betsy Chutchian: http://betsysbestquiltsandmore.blogspot.com/
Deb Strain: https://www.instagram.com/debstrain/
Kathy Schmitz: http://kathyschmitzstudio.blogspot.com/
Sandy Klop: https://www.instagram.com/sandyklop/
Sandy Gervais: http://piecesfrommyheart-sgervais.blogspot.com/
Brenda Riddle: http://brendariddle.blogspot.com/
Barbara Groves and Mary Jacobson
Karla Eisenach: https://www.thesweetwaterco.com/the-sweetwater-blog/
Camille Roskelley: https://www.instagram.com/thimbleblossoms/
Sheri McConnell: http://www.aquiltinglife.com/
Kate Spain: http: https://www.instagram.com/katespain/
Lissa Alexander: http://modalissa.com/
Lisa Bongean: https://lisabongean.com/