and here is the schedule for those of you planning your week.
It’s going to be a fun filled five days of bloggers showing off their projects. Being limited to just three fabrics is definitely a challenge. As I sat and thought myself of what I could make, their was only one thing I could think of to do… You’ll see that during this event. So be sure you stop in and check each blog out, I am very excited to see what everyone has come up with.
This hop has two great giveaways during it’s run.. Each day a $25.00 gift certificate from The Fat Quartershop will be given away, and DJ Inkers will be giving away a cd of their wonderful Kids All Year CD (If your an international winner, you will receive a download link)
The Fat Quarter Shop
So, come have a look inside and see all the great bloggers and their featured days.
Less than 24 hours now, and both of these events will end for signups. If you’ve been contemplating joining, now is the time to do so. We’d love to have you, so many great places that could still be done for The Road Home, and yet we have some absolutely wonderful places being featured also. You really don’t want to miss the fun of participating in the The Road Home Row Along, last year for EQ Seasons, we all had an absolute blast and enjoyed the ability to create some amazing rows created for our friends who follow us all of the time.
Another great hop, Opposites Attract is looking very promising, some great designers and bloggers are participating in what is sure to be some simply stunning projects for this intriguing hop that should challenge even the most experienced of quilters.
Come on, give us a go, we’d love to have you join us for The Road Home, and Opposites Attract.
I like it when people give me ideas for a bloghop… This fun hop comes from an idea that Darlene from QuiltShop Gal gave me earlier in the year.
I hope you will join us for this fun blog hop in which we are going to work with opposite colors that just seem to pop out at us.
I remember back in the 1990’s when I saw my first two-color quilt. It was amazing, like a puzzle in many respects it was filled with wonder and many turns. I don’t recall the pattern now, I stood looking at that quilt as if I was in a maze.