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Week Roundup

First, I want to congratulate Katrin, the winner of the delicious fall inspired fat quarter bundle of Cirrus Solids curated by Cloud9 Fabrics. I had such a great time with the 2016 Cloud9 New Block Blog Hop this week! The participants were so creative and wrote amazing tutorials, and I loved the excitement and enthusiasm with with they were received. Cheryl, Stephanie, and I can’t wait to turn all the beautiful blocks into quilts for donation / charity. Thank you all!

handmade-halloween

A little over a week ago, my good friend Bernie @Needle and Foot announced a Handmade Halloween Link Party that I wanted to make sure everyone knows about! Rumor has it she is going to have some wonderful giveaways for those who participate in the linkup (which opens on Tuesday, October 4th). How fun is it going to be to inspire everyone with Halloween projects at the beginning of the month while there is still time to get them sewn in time for the holiday this year!?! I can’t wait to see what everyone links up, and I really love this idea, Bernie!

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Have you seen that the Blogger’s Quilt Festival kicks off on Monday?!? I love the inspiration and beautiful quilts that are display during the event. I know which 2 quilts I will be entering next week, do you have your posts planned? Thanks so much to Amy @Amy’s Creative Side for all the hard work putting this event together.

Teaching!

Teaching!

And to round things out, I am super excited to be teaching my first quilting class tomorrow at Bolts in the Bathtub in Lancaster, California. I will be teaching Quilting on Your Domestic Machine, and I am super thrilled to pass on my excitement about quilting. The class is sold out, so I will be working with the store owners to schedule another class soon. And on October 1st, I will be teaching my Triangle Transparency class there as well. 🙂

I hope you all had a great week and a lovely weekend!

14 thoughts on “Week Roundup

  1. Clod 9 blocks, will you assemble them yourself, or have some help? Amazing blocks fab tutorials, and I still have a whole heap saved for a rainy day.It rained today, but they are still waiting. Congrats to Katrin, she will be so happy with the fabrics. You will be busy with quilting classes, great news. Greetings from a wet NZ.

  2. Wish I was visiting CA for those classes. They are just what I need.

  3. Anne Beier says:

    Congratulations and good luck teaching your first class.

  4. You are certainly keeping busy. Your classes sound great and it will be fun for you to interact with your students.

  5. Wow Yvonne. Life is very full for you these days. I always love the Blogger’s Quilt Festival that Amy does.
    If I lived even just a bit closer, I would love to take your class. Looking forward to hearing how it goes. Enjoy your first time teaching!!

    Thanks for the shout out for Handmade Halloween. I’m looking forward to seeing what sorts of creativity are linked up. 🙂

  6. Good luck teaching your first class. If your tutorials are any indication you will do great. Enjoy.

  7. So exciting for you to start teaching others. I look forward to seeing what you submit for the Blogger’s Quilt Festival. I prefer to watch from the sidelines, mainly because I’ve been too busy to get organized to submit anything.

  8. Karen says:

    How wonderful that you are teaching! You teach me all the time on your blog ,and I always look forward to more! Lucky students who will work with you in person. Have a terrific time!

  9. Yvonne, thanks for the heads up on the Halloween Projects and Amy’s Blogger quilt show! I had forgotten! I wish I could take your class, I know it will great! I have been in a seminar since Friday night and finished this morning…not as much fun as quilting!

  10. Thanks for hosting the Block hop Yvonne. How did your class go? I am looking forward to see all the cool quilts at the Blogger’s Quilt Festival.

  11. ahhhh blogger’s quilt festival starts tomorrow? Pewp. Maybe I will just sit this one out….I’m not sure I have the gumption for it right now.

  12. I am so excited for you!!! I know you have been wanting to teach a class (or more) for a long time. I am eagerly waiting to hear about your experience. 🙂

  13. How exciting that you are now teaching too. I hope all the classes go smoothly.

  14. Lisa says:

    I’m just catching up on my reading here. I hope the class went really well. I’m sure it did as you are a great teacher. How exciting that Katrin won the bundle!

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