It’s Monday again, and time for another Main Crush Monday party! I’m looking forward to seeing what you are working on. Last week’s links were soooo good – thank you so much for linking up!
February is knocking on the door, and there’s so much happening this week. I’ve got a car appointment that will take up a good portion of the day, a doc appointment that won’t, a class to attend at the quilt shop, and a day I’ll be working at my sister’s. So, not a lot of time left to sew.
I do hope to find the time this week to re-write the tutorial on the Nine Patch Totebag with Zip Close. That tutorial has taken off on Pinterest and I’ve received a lot of emails with various questions about the construction of the lining. Which is a good problem to have – people are making this totebag!
However, when I looked over the tutorial I saw many ways I could improve the writing of the instructions and the quality and clarity of the pictures. Over the next few months I’ll be reviewing all the tutorials I have listed and making improvements as needed. I’m actually excited about it; it just shows how much I’ve grown over the last couple of years as a sewist and pattern/tutorial writer.
Registration for the 2017 New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop opens on February 1st, and I’m happy to announce I’ll be co-hosting this year with two wonderful bloggers: Yvonne of Quilting Jetgirl and Leanne of she can quilt. I’m excited to be working with them and to meet and help mentor the many new bloggers who will participate.
If you are a new quilt blogger (less than 3 years) and are interested in signing up, come back here on Wednesday for all the details. I participated in 2014 as a new blogger and the information and help I received was invaluable.
Now, on to the linky party!
Before we get to the link-up though, let’s look at a few of the projects linked last week.
Mary of Quilting is in My Blood made these gorgeous placemats and and a table runner for her sister. The fabric line is so bold, I just love the way they look. Great job Mary!
Jan of Cocoa Quilts has joined in on a QAL with these triangle blocks. I love how different the shape of these are and look forward to seeing more of the blocks together.
Tracy of Finding Joy in the Little Things made a wonderful version of the Swoon quilt that she calls Swoons & Stars. There’s a lot of sentiment and personal meaning in the blocks of this quilt – I hope you get a minute to pop over and read all about it.
And now it’s your turn to show off all your fabulous crush-worthy projects! You can link any blog post, Instagram or Flickr pic – here’s how: