It kept me calm and happy while I stitched away.
Here is what I showed on the first day of the tour.
This is how it looks now, ready for its new home.
Between then and now it did receive lots of stitch-love. Just like my book did from all of you. Thank you for hopping from blog to blog and leaving comments. In fact, if you just found this blog, the tour is still on!
Doesn't that sound like a pop of bright spot on a grey day?
Visit these blogs if you haven't entered a comment for a chance to win my book Cultural Fusion Quilts.
Monday December 8 Malka Dubrawsky @ A Stitch in Dye
Tuesday December 9 Sherri Lynn Wood @ daintytime Open
Thursday December 11 Jake Finch @ Generation Q Open
Friday December 12 Jan Burgwinkle @ Be*mused Open
Saturday December 13 Janet Treen @ Quiltsalott Open
Sunday December 14 Lindsay Conner @ Craft Buds Open
Yesterday my husband and I listened to the podcast of my interview with Pat Sloan. This was my first time hearing myself. I must admit, I was nervous when I first started talking with Pat but she has such a great way of easing you into the conversation, I was right at home within first few minutes into the show.
If you would like to listen in, the direct link to the podcast is on the side bar of this blog.
And now the announcement for the new blog!
While I am still working out the details of the blog's appearance, Cultural Fusion Quilts is officially open for those who are inspired by this book and want to join the fun. If you would like to contribute, visit the blog and leave a comment.
Some of you have already shown interest and I request you to leave a comment again, even if it is in a word, YES. I will send you an invite.
Happy shopping, decorating and baking!