Modern Neutrals Blog Tour!


Posted on September 2nd, by Amy in Modern Neutrals. 11 comments

Hi all! This week I’m hosting a blog tour for Modern Neutrals! When it released in May, life was a little crazy with Market, and Blogger’s Quilt Festival, so I put the usual blog tour on hold, but I’m so excited to share now!

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A great group of friends are posting their reviews all week long, and I’m sending you on a hunt again! Each day this week there will be two blog posts with their thoughts about the book and the answers to the questions found in this form. Complete the form, and be entered to win one of 10 e-books, those with all correct answers will be eligible to win a signed copy from me, and a little something extra from my stash!

Follow along all week & win!

Monday – September 2
Natalia at Piece N Quilt
Amy at Diary of a Quilter

Tuesday – September 3
Trish at Notes of Sincerity
Sherri at A Quilting Life

Wednesday – September 4

Audrie at Blue is Bleu
Jackie at Canton Village Quilt Works

Thursday – September 5

Mary at Mary on Lake Pulaski
Christa at Christa Quilts

Friday – September 6

Jacquie at Tallgrass Prairie Studio
April at Prairie Grass Pattern

Winners will be announced on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 – Good Luck!

Amy

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As usual you can purchase your own a signed copy from my bookshop, or ShopMartingale, Amazon, or your local quilt shop!

 





11 thoughts on “Modern Neutrals Blog Tour!

  1. 1
    Diane says:

    I’m puzzled. Do I complete the form with all answers and then submit, or submit each day with the day’s answers?

  2. 2
    Maureen says:

    Hi Amy,
    Congratulations on producing such a wonderful book!
    And thank you for a chance to win an e-copy/signed copy. This also gives us the opportunities to explore many fabulours quilters & their blogs/sites.
    I have one question, I know you said submit the completed form but do you mean in it’s entirety or after visiting each blog? I may be reading into it, but you know how some quilters are….detailed oriented! LOL
    Thanks so much for your time.

  3. 3
    Maureen says:

    Oh silly me, I should have read the comment above mine. Sorry about that….I could have waited for your response.

  4. 4
    Susan says:

    Since I first saw your book, I have been wanting it. Until your book, I had the misconception that modern meant BRIGHT. Some quilters are going to be lucky to win a copy. I can only hope that I am one of them. I follow Amy Smart on Bloglovin and learned of the tour. I thought I followed you in some way and now I will on Bloglovin, too. Thanks for being so very generous as to bless some folks with your great book.

  5. 5
    gailss1 says:

    Nice quilts and fabrics fabrics…will have to add some to my stash!
    Thanks

  6. 6
    Sharon Joyner says:

    Wonderful to see a book all in neutrals and I cannot wait to visit everyone to see more detail.

  7. 7
    Lynda H says:

    it appears that you have changed the form to be completed, or will the form change on a daily basis?

  8. 8
    Sandy K says:

    Hi Amy….just wanted to let you know that Trish did not tell us in her post what her favorite thread was. Great book, a must get for me!

  9. 9
    Debi Bielawski says:

    I just hit submit! I love the details and information all the other bloggers shared regarding the patterns and designs in your book. I have made many baby quilts over the past xxxx years, but now I have a whole new direction with your book….. Good luck to all who enter and to me…I would love to win a copy. Thanks Amy for the opportunity.

  10. 10
    Jayne says:

    What a fun way to win a prize! Thank you so much for the chance. I would love to try my hand at some of your beautiful quilts!

  11. 11
    Sharon Joyner Griffith says:

    Hi Amy..I have to tell you this is a wonderful book and I have had so much fun reading all the blogs. This has been a fun way to explore a book and I appreciate all the efforts put out. I would love to try slice but then I like wave too. I also like how it is gender friendly. I am always looking in different areas for male vs female but love how this can be used for both….
    proudspirit57(at)gmail(dot)com

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