Let’s Twist To The 60′s – October 4, 2013 – Last Day

Twist To The 60sYou won’t want to miss the great sites participating in this fun blog Hop.

Let’s Twist To The 60’s is a blog hop that features a theme of the 1960’s. We have to use at least 1 batik in our project. I am very excited to see what each of the different blogs are doing.

Today is the last day of this blog hop, the participants for October 4, 2013 are:

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Who doesn’t love Halloween????

Wicked 3I don’t know to many people who don’t like the holiday known as Halloween. To my knowledge, not many countries celebrate Halloween except for the USA. I’ve always viewed Halloween as part of a fun day that finally lets people be who they really are. While American’s may dress up in silly costumes and decorate there homes like a store decorates for Christmas, it’s the only day I know of where people just let lose and be free.

I’m super excited to be part of the Wicked 3 Blog Hop over at Sew We Quilt. While I haven’t yet come up with what I’ll be doing for this Blog Hop I know that it will be fun, and fantastic to just be part of it. Of course, it will be something quilted, and will probably include a few monsters. Be sure to come and visit all the great sites that will be participating. Once I know my day, I will post it on my blog.

 

See ya there,

Marian

Bea’s EQ Appliqued Animals Blog Hop Comes To An End..

Bea - EQ Appliqued Animals - Spring 2013

It’s been an amazing week full of fun, learning and great times at each of the different sites for Bea’s EQ Applique’D Animals Blog Hop. For me, being a new blog site, I’ve learned not only about EQ itself, but taking care of my blog and how to do things I was not aware of prior to people coming to visit me. I wish to take a moment and thank each of you who visited, especially those of you who left comments, compliments and the wanting to learn. I hope you will take the time, or purchase EQ and realize that your dreams can come true in quilting.

The above image gallery is a beautiful reminder of the sites I’ve learned from this week and a wonderful opportunity for you to continue to visit.

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