blog tour continues … whip up mini quilts

by kath_red on 12/06/2010

in Whip Up Mini Quilts

Yesterday the haystack needle hosted me on the second to last stop on the blog tour – find out how to hang and look after your mini quilts. + win a copy of my book.

[Image: this is Sarah Steedman’s Warbler quilt]

The blog tour continues: [with lots of chances to win a copy]

June 1 – Craftzine – essential quilting tools
June 2 – Crafty Pod – book review + giveaway
June 3 – Chronicle Books – Behind the making of the book
June 4 – Indie Fixx – Designing your own mini-quilts
June 7 – Craft Sanity – Piped binding tutorial
June 8 – Hand Made by Alissa chatting about mini quilts
June 9 – My Love for You Background on Mini Quilts
June 10 – Film in the Fridge review and chat about minis
June 11 – The Haystack Needle Hanging and looking after mini quilts
June 12 – West Coast Crafty

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1 jdemilo June 15, 2010 at 4:14 pm

At my local quilt guild last night, one of the women brought her newest three quilting books/magazines and passed them around. The one everyone raved over was your mini-quilt book. Actually I was surprised by it. I expected merely a group of patterns for making specific little quilts. As an art quilter I prefer making my own patterns. But your book had lots of wonderful inspirations and starting points for me! I think your book is a great addition to a quilting library regardless of how experienced or inexperienced a quilter you are.


2 kath_red June 16, 2010 at 3:12 am

thank you so much for you lovely comments about my book – I do hope you and your quilting group love it and get to make lots and lots of little quilts


3 Sharon January 27, 2011 at 9:49 pm

A friend sent me your book for Christmas. I used the photo quilt pattern using a photo of my uncles old smoke house in Kentucky. I added a small piece of wood from the smokehouse and information about the smokehouse printed on fabric and attached it below the photo. It turned out great! I am sending it to my 82 year old uncle. I also made the Warbler quilt as a gift for a friend. I just love the book and patterns since I can finish them up quickly. I have an extremely hecktic work schedule and rarely have time to finish projects. So this is perfect. I have several more in the book I plan on completing with my personal touches. Thank you for such a enjoyable book.


4 kath_red January 28, 2011 at 3:56 am

Hi Sharon
Thank you so much for your wonderful comments – it is so lovely to hear that you like and are using the book!


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