today I am thrilled to share about this fun new book!
what an honor to be included in the book tour…
you might remember my post about expanding my horizons…
this is the background for my quilt project…
I am in love with it!!
so…now I have begun to work on these fun color slabs…
be sure to head over to Stacey’s blog for a chance to win a copy of her book…
or you can purchase one in her etsy shop too…
here are all the amazing stops on this book tour…
Brett Lewis @naturalbornquilter April 9th
Cheryl Brickey @MeadowMistDesigns April 9th
Karen Foster@CapitolaQuilter April 10th
Cathy Mackay @cathysmithmackay April 10th
Fiona Kelly @tangledblossom April 11th
Jackie White @jackiesartquilts April 11th
Jean Jones @sew_catstudio April 12th
Reece Montgomery @reecemontgomery April 12th
Carl Hentsch @3dogdesignco April 13th
Brooke Sellmann @sillymamaquilts April 13th
Kaitlyn Howell @knotandthread April 14th
Amy Gunson @badskirt April 14th
Kelly Bowser @kelbysews April 15th
Karis Hess @themodernsewist April 15th
Sara Lawson @sewsweetness April 16th
Leslie Meltzer @lelliebunny April 16th
Pamela Morgan @sweetlittlestitches April 16th
Amy Garro @13spools April 17th
Stephanie Perrins @stitchandbobbin April 17th
Chelsea @Pinkdoorfabrics April 18th
Michelle Wilke @ml_wilkie April 18th
Tiffany Sepulveda @sewtiffany April 19th
Rachael Riechmann @sewilearned April 19th
Pamela Lincoln @mamaspark59 April 20th
Kate Maryon @katydidklm April 20th
and the fabric scrap giveaway for today…
leave me a comment to enter…
I will announce a winner on Friday…
I’m looking forward to this blog hop!
Looking good, I like the huge colourful raindrops on the front cover. x
Oh that book looks like a winner — I just love making baby quilts! Cute scraps, especially the orange with the plus signs.
your quilt will be so sweet. Looking forward to seeing it progress.
I can’t wait to see what you are going to do with this.
I look forward to seeing all of your projects!
Looks like a fun book.
Looks like a wonderful book! Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.
I like that stars and dot print at the bottom of the picture!
Color slab blocks are such fun to make. I made a color slab “quiet book” once, and I loved it so much I turned right around and did it again. It was practically my own quiet book, as I spent so much time poring over it, looking at the different fabrics, and enjoying the way they played against one another. Mine was a little crazier than yours are starting out–perhaps better for little brains?
What a fun quilt book! Like the orange colored scraps.