Featuring —


Posted on November 18th, by Amy in Featured Quilter. 5 comments

I had planned to have my act together this week, but it hasn’t happened!  I do plan to continue the featured blogger interviews, but I haven’t managed to email anyone yet from the fall festival.

So my question to you for today –

Who would you like to see featured here in the weeks to come?

Visit the festival, and nominate anyone that you would like to learn more about.  Email me a link or blog name for each person you wish to nominate, and look forward to the feature!

Thanks for your help, and have a great weekend!

Amy






5 thoughts on “Featuring —

  1. 1
    Teje says:

    Hello Amy! Thank you again for hosting and arranging this amazing quilt festival! I’m proud and happy to have joined it.
    There was so many amazing and beautiful quilts! One of my favourites (many of them) was a fantastic quilt from ‘Making more with less’! And the photos – just extra ordinary at a beautiful old farm with a lovely horse!
    Have a great weekend! x Teje

  2. 2
    Jan says:

    Lynn at Klein Meisje Quilts would be a great feature–her latest tulip quilt is fabulous. Check out her blog and you’ll see she’s an extraordinary quilter (and one of my favorite relatives.)

  3. 3
    kelli says:

    Please interview Alison from Cluck, Cluck Sew!
    As a mom of four (from 14 to 18 months), I’d love to know how so many balance blogging, peicing, quilting, and housework all while loving the peeps in their life :D I’d also like to know WHERE everyone sews… dining room, play room, back closet away from grimy mits…

  4. 4
    Maggie says:

    Amy,
    It was so great to meet you at Pam’s retreat this weekend! Your work is so amazing! Thanks also for your great, really helpful advice on my tablerunner. I particularly appreciate the advice for working with linen! I did have a dicey moment, however, over the weekend, when I inadvertently mistook the basting spray for the spray starch! Fortunately I caught my mistake after spraying only about a quarter yard, so I still had plenty of virgin fabric left!! Phew!

    I’m looking forward to digging into your great book!

  5. 5
    Liz (Ela) says:

    I would LOVE to see Karen of Blooming Poppies featured on your Friday series. Her work is fresh and very modern, and she is a lovely charming woman.

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