Each year in March, I hold a blog hop that originally started as a way to celebrate National Quilting Day. As my friend Darlene reminded me, it should be Worldwide Quilting Day and I quickly agreed. So each year I’ve held this event to honor the one day each year that quilters all can celebrate a day of there own. This is one of my favorite events each year, I never try to make this difficult and always try to make it easy enough for you to pull from what you’ve created in the past, or are planning to create in the future. Some like to make something specifically for the event.
This year, the theme is, choose your own Qwazy… Have you made a project that just turned out plain crazy? Perhaps your currently making your crazy project. It can be a quilt, a wallhanging, even a pair of potholders. Perhaps it’s a project that you created that didn’t turn out quite right… Let’s have some fun and see what you’ve done.
I try not to make the guidelines of each hop difficult, but there are always some guidelines to follow in every hop.
- Your post must be live by 3 am est.
- The logo for the hop is not required, but it is appreciated if you add it to your blogs. By doing this you’re letting your followers also know you’re participating in the hop.
- Your posts should include the other bloggers who are participating on your featured day. You can post all of them also, but try making that post a day or two before the hop begins and just include those who are participating on your day.
- My hops usually include giveaways from sponsors who so willingly give their products away. Please be sure you can use rafflecopter on your site, or that you know how to link to rafflecopter.com with a text link or image so they can enter the giveaway.
- If you don’t own a blog, but wish to participate with a project, please state this when you enter. You do need to understand you’ll be writing your post, providing images of your project and you need to have it to the blogger who will be hosting your post for you within one week of your scheduled post date so she can get it written up for you on her blog.
- If you join this hop and find you can’t participate, please do not be afraid to write me, being a no-show for a hop is by far worse than letting us know you won’t get your post written. The same goes for if you’re going to be posting late. Please just let me know.
- Entries for this hop end on February 8, 2019
- This hop will start on March 15, 2019.
- You can enter the hop by clicking this link and filling out the form I’ve provided. After you have filled out the form, you will receive an email that lets you know I have received your willingness to participate.
- You can download the logo here. The zip includes the image itself, with a text that includes a line to link your image to Seams To Be Sew.
If you’d like to keep apprised of future events at Seams To Be Sew and you own a blog or website, you can join this group here. You must answer the questions, if you don’t, you will not be approved.
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For those of you following my Block of the Month 2019 post, I’ve added three new BOTMs this year, Sew Fresh Quilts, Cat Mountain Den Quilts, and Seriously, I think it needs Stitches.
I look forward to seeing you at Quilt Qwazy Queens 2019.
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