Modern Basics Blog Tour :: Day 8 (and a couple of winners!)

Posted on February 28th, by Amy in Modern Basics. 5 comments

Hi friends!  I’m so glad to be sharing my book and getting your feedback on the projects!  It is so exciting to see a quilt top that a friend constructed over the weekend, look ::

Tumbling Cubes

Terri at Sew Fantastic made this for her brother – I love the colors she chose!

The tour stops at the Jolly Jabber today -

Stop by for a little interview and a chance to win a copy of Modern Basics!


Camping last weekend and the blog tour all last week – I completely spaced posting a winner for the Calypso Swing fat quarters!

Commentor # 16 – Dana (no blog given)


And the winner of ReSew is:

Commentor # 22 – Patty (no blog again)


You ladies should both have emails from me already.


In case you missed any of the stops on the tour last week, here’s a list to get you straight to the posts -



Old Red Barn Co.

Terri’s Notebook

Crazy Mom Quilts

The Wildcards



Happy Monday – Amy

5 thoughts on “Modern Basics Blog Tour :: Day 8 (and a couple of winners!)

  1. 1
    vicki says:

    That’s one of my favorites :). How fun for you to start seeing your designs made up by others!

  2. 2
    Dana says:

    Thank you Amy, I’ve sent you my info.

  3. 3
    Natalia says:

    Terri’s version is darling! It’s so much fun to see other variations of your quilts isn’t it!

  4. 4
    Carol T says:

    I just love that quilt. I ordered your book tonight from amazon. I am looking forward to getting it.

  5. 5
    Carol T says:

    I love that quilt and when I started seeing the quilts in your book, I love them all. I just ordered your book tonight.

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