February 17, 2011

Scrap-Basket Sensations Blog Tour - Day 8

Today's stop on the Scrap-Basket Sensations Blog Tour is Karen at Nana Girl Quilts.
Karen and I have been close friends for a hundred years, give or take a few.  She'll be
sharing pictures of some of the quilts she made for the book, so hurry on over!


These are the first seven stops.  It isn't too late to go by and say hello,
and even win a copy of the book at some of the stops. 

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

We have a few more stops to go:

Karen at Nana Girl Quilts - February 17th
Sue at Quilt Times - February 18th
Carol at Brown Quilts - February 19th

Don't forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a copy of the book!

See you at Karen's!

Kim

8 comments:

Stephanie said...

Karen did a very nice blog post. Lucky her to really know you. :o) The quilts she made are all beautiful.

Millie said...

Kim, I enjoyed Karen's post on your book. Her quilts are all so beautiful and it was fun to see some of the quilts in her home.

Wendy said...

I just saw all the wonderful quilts on Nana Girl, they are all calling to me :) Thanks for a great tour!

Darlene said...

Been there - fun post today. :-)

Quilt Hollow said...

I visited her...I'm envious you both personally know one another!

Muddling Through said...

Hi Kim,

I just won a copy of this oh-so-interesting-looking book at Millie's blog. I am so excited. I've been following the different stops and seeing all the quilts shown from the book. My only problem will be deciding which one to make first! Thank you so much for giving away copies of your book, and I wish you lots and lots and lots of sales!
Elaine

Nancy B said...

Just came from Nana Girl Quilts. Would love to win a copy of your wonderful book.

SewLindaAnn said...

Nana's Quilts did a great job of showcasing the quilts from your book. Her story of your friendship and how you met was really nice. It was especially sweet naming the quilt after her. Have a good evening.