After several years (due to my dislike of free motion quilting) I have finished this little quilt, which I started in a class years ago at Quiltfest in Jonesborough, TN.
In other news, one of my fellow bloggers, Morgan Lipkin, has included me in the “One Lovely Blog Award” chain. As I discovered a few years ago, this isn’t a contest, it is a way for bloggers to promote each other, and I’m all about that. You can see Morgan’s blog at BrambletonThreads.com. She’s does a lot of other fiber-related things in addition to quilts. Thanks, Morgan!
The rules for the One Lovely Blog chain are:
- Thank the person who nominated you and leave a link to their blog.
- Post about the award.
- Share 7 facts about yourself.
- Nominate at most 15 people.
- Tell your nominees that you have nominated them.
I’m nominating the following bloggers because they do fiber-related things, too, but are a little different from me. So if you check them out you’ll add some variety to your reading!
Pauline Barrett at Reflectionsofafiberartist.wordpress.com
Lori Brewer at QuiltingNeeds.com
And now for 7 facts about me, which is part of the deal:
- I live in a rural area,
- which means that my “local” quilt shop is 45 minutes away;
- but I get to visit a midsize city fairly often.
- I have a demanding day job as a physician assistant,
- which cuts into my quilting time!
- Besides quilting, I enjoy reading
- and cooking.
Check out the other blogs above to broaden your blog experience! And have a good week!
Congratulations! And that’s a very impressive quilt! Was the class on doing the photographic-style applique?
Yes, and I wish I could recall the name of the teacher so I could give her credit!
Thanks so much for mentioning my Blog!
You’re welcome! I’ll be watching to see who you link to 🙂
Wonderful art quilt – wow! Congrats on your blogging award 🙂
Thank you for joining and the post is lovely 🙂 I love seeing what you are up to and reading about it too. 🙂 What a drive you have to the quilt shop!
This quilt is beautiful, as are all your works of art.
Thank you! You must be iced in and reading blogs. I’m snowed in and binding a quilt 🙂