This past week has been busy with company and working. Sew, there has been very little sewing going on.
I did manage to get one quilt sandwiched … a small one one the left! This quilt was started at a retreat at Over the Rainbow Lodge on Camino Island last year.
I borrowed a friend’s “Hex’n More” ruler. It was an easy quilt to make. I like the one my friend made better (pic on the right). I like the full hexi and not the mostly ½ hexi that I did. Plus – I love the quilting that she did!
I’m not sure how I’ll quilt this one – but I don’t think I’ll do those wonderful flowers. I believe she used a ruler for them.
I have joined the 2018 New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop. We have been encouraged to have Bloglovin’ as a way for people to follow us. If you follow by Bloglovin’ – you get one email with several of the blogs you want to follow, instead of having a zillion emails from each blog. Sounds good? I think so! Click on the link below to follow my blog via Bloglovin.
To see what other’s in the quilting world are working on – click on the following links:
- Linky Tuesday @ Free Motion by the River
- WIPs on Wednesday @ Esther Quilt Blog
- Let’s Bee Social @ Sew Fresh Quilts
- Midweek Makers @ QuiltFabrication
- sew stitch snap SHARE @ Kokaquilts
- Happy Needle and Thread @ My Quilt Infatuation
6 thoughts on “Bloglovin’”
Gail, welcome to bloglovin’. You link works to follow under the Hop button. But the your sidebar shows a a url which you can’t click. I think you meant it to be a button.
Thanks! I need to figure out how to put a link in the sidebar … it doesn’t make sense to have to go to an old post just to follow by bloglovin! Hopefully, I can find a solution SOON!
Love the bright colors in your hexie quilt. Happy stitching this weekend.
Hi, just dropping in to say hello. Looks like we are in the same Quilt Blog Hop Hive. Glad to meet you
I may be a no reply blogger, so a, leaving my email here for you. Freckledfoxquiltery@gmail.com
Quilting those flowers is not as hard as you may think! Angela Walters does them without a ruler, and I have in smaller blocks, but you’re right on thinking to use a ruler for a larger block. btw the fabrics in your quilt are delicious! Tell me about real life wreaking havoc with quilting and the quilt blog! Glad to have you in my hive! 🙂
Your quilt looks just as good. It’s a low volume version.
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