I'm so, so jazzed to post the line-up for our next handwork blog hop. We all have such a great time doing this, and we're sure hoping you enjoy it as well. I'm anticipating some inspiring spring projects.
For those of us living in the Polar Vortex (I don't ever remember hearing that phrase until last year, but it sure is fitting!), we can really use some signs that spring will return. Quite frankly, living through a winter sure makes us appreciate the renewal spring brings, right? Honestly, I can't complain about our winter at all when we have our fellow citizens in the Boston/New England area trying to survive the worst winter in 100 years. My heart goes out to all of you. At least we know that the families of quilters have plenty of cozy, comfy quilts to keep them warm.
Anyway....I digress. Back to the important stuff. Here's the line-up and dates for all of the talented designers invited to tempt you with recipes and new projects:
March 1 * Quilts By Cheri
March 2 * Plumcute Designs
March 3 * Gail Pan Designs
March 4 * Woolen Willow Designs
March 5 * Ali Strebel Designs
March 6 * The Cottage at Cardiff Farms
March 7 * Sew Unique Creations
March 8 * Wooden Spool Designs
March 10 * Notforgotten Farm
March 11 * Crabapple Hill
March 12 * Threadwork Primitives
March 13 * Buttermilk BasinMarch 14 * Calico Moon
If you're not sure how all of this works....just visit the designer's blog on her day, to see the free project she has created for you, to read more about her and her work, and get a yummy recipe.
Next week, I'll post my sew-along instructions for month two of A Prairie Gathering Quilt-Of-The-Quarter, and some photos of my newest quilt, Treenware & Berries. You can see sneak peeks of my progress on my Instagram & Facebook pages. I have three more quilts to make out of Treenware, so if you'd like sneak peeks of those, follow me on those sights, and of course they will be right here on my blog.
So, that's whats been happening with me. I hope you're warm and cozy, happily stitching away where you live. Counting the days until we spot the first blooms of the year!
Pam, I am so excited for the Spring Thyme Blog Hop, you are all so generous to do this for us and I really appreciate all of you!!!ReplyDelete
We here in the southeastern part of Connecticut are pretty cold and getting snow at least twice a week. It's made for a totally good hand quilting opportunity. I have one across my lap adding more stitches every day. Looking forward to the bloghop!ReplyDelete
Very generous of all you designers!! can't wait!ReplyDelete