February 10, 2011

Scrap-Basket Sensations Blog Tour - Day 1

Thanks so much for joining us for the Scrap-Basket Sensations Blog Tour!
Sherri at A Quilting Life will be hosting the first stop of the tour.  Sherri is an
amazing quilter, and is always working on something gorgeous.  Her blog is a
wonderful place to hang out if you're looking for inspiration.     

Scoot on over to Sherri's blog where she'll be sharing her thoughts about the book and a
couple of other things.  She'll also be giving away a copy of the book!  

And so that you don't miss a stop on 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

See you at Sherri's!


Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

GREAT COLOR! wow it's looks amazing! Congrats on your new book!!!

Nedra said...

I just ran over from Sherri's blog. Congratulations on your book. I love ideas that work with scraps.

Sherri said...

Love the close-up shot of this quilt! I'm having so much fun with the blog tour!

Michele said...

I'm excited about it! I got a jelly roll yesterday!

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

Congratulations on this book. Scrap quilts are my favorite quilt to make so I can't wait to check out your new book.

Kim said...

I am definitely following along. The book signing/blog tour is a great idea! :-D Another fantastic book!

Shiree said...

what a fantastic idea, blog touring! Your new book looks fantastic, well done you!

Wendy said...

Kim, your new book looks amazing!! I'm gratefully, with fingers crossed, following the blog tour and if prove unlucky am so totally going to have to purchase your book :) Love your Paddle Wheel pattern!!

Bluzbrod said...

Love this quilt, I'm a Kaffe-aholic. Using the scalloped print for a border is a great idea -- the scalloped look without the hassle.