Fabri-Quilt New Block Blog Hop, Day 4

Blog Hop

Fabri-Quilt New Block Blog Hop

Welcome to the fourth and final day of the Fabri-Quilt New Block Blog Hop! Today’s group is being hosted by Terri Ann @Childlike Fascination.

Thursday, September 3rd
Host – Terri Ann @Childlike Fascination
Robyn @Hoops & Thimbles
Helen @Midget Gem Quilts
Jinger @Trials of a Newbie Quilter
Anja @Anja Quilts
Kathryn @Upitis Quilts
Mary @Quilting is in my Blood
Emma @My Handmade Home
Francine @Mocha Wild Child
Dina @Living Water Quilter
Deb @The Farmhouse Quilter
Lori @SewPsyched!
Amy @13 Spools
Denise @CrafTraditions
Sandra @The Bias Edge

Sandra @One Million Stitches

Don’t miss out on the (8) separate 1/2 yard bundle giveaways during the blog hop. Be sure to visit the host for each day and the Inspired by Fabric blog for entry details.

Monday, August 31st
Host – Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl

Tuesday, September 1st

Host – Cheryl @Meadow Mist Designs

Thursday, September 3rd
Host – Stephanie @Late Night Quilter

Watermelon Summer Color Palette
Watermelon Summer Color Palette

Jaftex85thAnniversaryI

Also, don’t miss out on today’s Jaftex 85th Anniversary blog hop post:

September 3 – Anjeanette @ Anjeanette Klinder

5 comments

  • I am a tad bit late in getting started on the blog hop today but am excited to see what everyone has created! So many of the blocks over the last few days have really inspired me to create so many quilts with these blocks and to push myself to begin creating my own blocks. I also have been following the Jaftex blog hop and discovered even more fantastic quilts and ideas. Thank you so much for everything you do in putting together blog hops, posting information and links (this really helps me personally) and just all of your creative energy. I hope that you have a wonderful creative day!

  • This has been the first blog hop I’ve followed and it was amazing to see the wide range of blocks created with the same colour palette. Thanks for organizing it. I learned a lot by following along and especially enjoyed seeing the creation of secondary blocks when one block is repeated.

I really appreciate the time and thought you take to comment, and I look forward to conversing with you. :)