The second week of the New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop started today. You can visit these members of my Happy Stitching Team.
Sherry @ Powered by Quilting Sherry and I “met” last year on the New Quilt Bloggers hop and I got to know her better when we co-hosted the I Wish You a Merry Quilt-A-Long last year (We are preparing for a big announcement about another QAL soon) . Read Sherry’s delightful post where she tells us why we are never too old to need our mothers.
Stephanie @ Lowcountry Quilts and Embroidery Stephanie lives in the low country between Myrtle Beach and Charleston in South Carolina. She could run circles around me. You’ll just have to go visit her blog to find out why.
We are mentored/hosted by Tish @ Tish’s Adventures in Wonderland. I’ve met Tish in person and she is as delightful as her blog. Her husband, David, also is a quilter.
Then pop on over to our other Co-Hosts as they each introduce two more new quilt bloggers. You can enter the giveaway on any of the Co-Host blogs as it is the same.
Beth @ Cooking Up Quilts I’ve met Beth in person, too, Beth has a sunny disposition which fits perfect with her hive’s hop button. I’ll guess you’ll just have to go visit her to see it.
Jennifer @ Dizzy Quilter Jennifer is a stay-at-home mom who started quilting when she had a toddler so that she had at least one thing that she could control. Sounds like a good reason to me.
Sandra @ Musings of a Menopausal Melon-mmmQuilts Sandra and I have many things in common besides the love of fabric and family. I’ve enjoyed getting to know her better through the last several years and following her journey on her blog. She loves to photograph her finished quilts in trees.
What I Learned Today:
- People begin piecing and quilting for many different reasons.
- Walking around the Desert Botanical Gardens in 98° heat for 5 hours is exhausting.
Question: Why did you take up piecing/quilting? I never was good at painting, drawing, or singing. I express my creative side through quilting….and writing.
Thanks for stopping by and do come again.
Karen, Tu-Na Quilts