February 11, 2011

Scrap-Basket Sensations Blog Tour - Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of the Scrap-Basket Sensations Blog Tour!  Mary at Quilt Hollow will be hosting today's stop on the tour.  She'll be sharing a couple of really pretty quilts she made for the book, and telling you how one of the quilts got its name.  And she'll be giving away a signed copy of the book!


I hope you'll join us for the tour.  Here's the schedule:

Sherri at A Quilting Life - February 10th
Mary at Quilt Hollow - February 11th
Stephanie at Loft Creations - February 12th
Nicole at Sister's Choice Quilts - February 13th
Millie at Millie's Quilting - February 14th
Sinta at Pink Pincushion - February 15th
Darlene at Quilting Daze - February 16th
Karen at Nana Girl Quilts - February 17th
Sue at Quilt Times - February 18th
Carol at Brown Quilts - February 19th

If you missed Sherri's post yesterday, it isn't too late to stop by for a chance to win the book Sherri's giving away and see the project she's working on from the book. 

Have a good day!

Kim

13 comments:

Carol said...

Kim, I just visited Mary's blog. I had to laugh at the part of her interview with you that said "you would be surprised at what you can accomplish if you give up housework". Ha, I can totally relate, how do you think I get so much sewing done. I eventually do clean, but I would rather sew. Have a great weekend, I'm enjoying the book tour.

Michele said...

The quilts on Mary's blog are gorgeous :) I'm really enjoying the tour. Thanks for sharing with us. You are amazing to be able to juggle all that you do and find time to make such beautiful quilts and patterns :) Spectacular!!

Stephanie said...

I love how you're doing your post with photos of your quilts each day. I was just at Mary's blog peeking around.

Linda said...

Enjoying the tour especially the Q&A!

Wendy said...

Another awesome book! Thanks for keeping us inspired, I can't wait to get my hands on this book.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Ha, ha I have to agree with Carol, your comment about giving up housework made me laugh :-) But then again, we sure could accomplish so much more if we....... oh well, never mind. ;-D

Tam said...

Enjoying the tour....Congrats on another GREAT book!!

Stitched With Prayer said...

Kim, I just had to stop by and tell you thank you so much for sharing your time and talents with us all. I adore every single quilt in this book. I have to admit that the Paddle Wheel Mary is working on had really caught my eye. I don't have any jelly rolls but strips are easy enough to cut, even for me...so I am going to HAVE to buy your new book if I'm not a lucky winner. Last year was a bust for me as far a quilting due to health issue and I am ready to get some sewing time in now. Your designs are just what I'm looking for to have a more productive year in 2011. Thanks again and thanks too for the blog tour...these are always so fun. Hugs...

Kim said...

Giving up housework huh? I figure cleaning is like shoveling snow before it stops snowing and my time is better spent sewing! Well, with a major clean-up day of course...the sewing room does get a bit messy after each project ya know!

pcflamingo said...

I highly recommend giving up housework! After a back injury, I treated myself to a cleaning lady every 2 weeks and now I can't live without her. In December this year I'm going to give up going to work and I bet quilts will just come flyin' out of my sewing room.

Trudi said...

Amazing how much more can be achieved without the housework in the way! Another Best seller for sure Kim! Can't wait to get started :) Congratualtions!

Millie said...

Mary's quilt and quilting is beautiful. I think this will be another best seller, Kim.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Everything that I'm seeing and reading about this book is wonderful Kim! Can't wait to own it.