Final Day of the Blog Hop

All fun must end and today is the final stop of this blog hop. Last, but certainly not least, we welcome Theresa Ward to the fun. Drawing for the prizes will take place next week – and there are lots of goodies: We have Fat Quarter Bundles of Vintage Shirting and Dress Prints – enough to make all the blocks on the hop in both color ways, plus there are books, online classes, patterns, and tools.

I met Theresa when I moved back to Kansas in 2008 – the year my husband retired from the military. One of the first things I learned about Theresa is that she is a great machine quilter. Check this out to see what I’m talking about:

Detail of Theresa Ward's amazing feathers.

Detail of Theresa Ward’s amazing feathers.

When I got a contract with a very short deadline for my book, Back Basting Applique Step by Step, Theresa bailed me out by machine quilting most of the samples in the book. I might still be in debt to her on that one but maybe not because she wrote her first quilting book recently and needed my help! Theresa is a talented designer. She, along with Sharon Lorfing, host a mystery quilt lock-in each spring with a new original design every year (I made the blue quilt pictured above during the lock-in a few years ago) Be sure to check out Theresa’s book when you’re on her blog.

Theresa Ward at her booth at the Heartland Quilt Network Meeting. I'm not in the picture because I took it!

Theresa Ward at her booth at the Heartland Quilt Network Meeting. I’m not in the picture because I took it!

But my very favorite thing about Theresa is that she is a school bus driver. She takes her big yellow bus home every day during the school year which makes it easy to find her house in the country when I’m dropping off and picking up quilts. And, in case you are wondering, she can parallel park a school bus – on a busy side street  – with a line of traffic.

I hope you have had as much fun as I have with our blog hop. If we do this again with my next fabric collection (coming soon!) would you like to see blocks again or projects?

We’ll be announcing the winners next week. Until then, happy stitching!

One last time, here are the links to all the other stops on the blog hop.

Vintage Shirting & Dress Prints Blog Hop Schedule:

Thursday 4/14: Blog Hop Introduction
Friday 4/15: Barb Eikmeier @Barb’s Favorites
Monday 4/18: Donna Lynn Thomas @DonnaLynnThomasQuilter
Tuesday 4/19: Kelly Ashton @KellyQuilter
Wednesday 4/20: Reeze Hanson @MorningGloryDesigns
Thursday 4/21: Sally Schneider @SallySchneider
 Friday 4/22: Theresa Ward @AlwaysQuilts

6 thoughts on “Final Day of the Blog Hop

  1. I loved this blog hop. Not only were the fabrics terrific, but the blocks were just wonderful and all will go together so well. I like blocks, because then I can decide my own projects. I never do things like bags and table decorations, so that’s kind of a waste for me, except that it’s nice to see a variety of ways the fabrics can be used, of course. Thanks for this great hop!

  2. I really enjoyed the blog hop. I think I prefer blocks as opposed to projects. I’m a scrappy kind of gal and love samplers.

  3. This has been so fun to follow! Personally, I would like to see projects on the next blog hop!

  4. Wondering if you will have a block setting for these blocks?! Great blog hop! Loved all of the blocks!!

  5. Blocks or projects – either would be great! I’ve enjoyed this blog hop with all your friends and fabric. 🙂

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