And off we gooooo….It’s the event we’ve all been waiting for getting it’s start here today at Seams To Be Sew. In this post, I’ll be listing all the giveaways today, the various bloggers who are participating today and I myself am hosting Cheryl LaPlante’s row, so you’ll find her pattern in this post to.
Welcome to the first day of the row along, I hope over the next six weeks, each Tuesday and Thursday you’ll find some fun rows of patterns that you to would like to create and share with us. We encourage you to not only download the pattern but make the pattern. As a pattern designer and blogger myself, I can honestly tell you that nothing gives me more joy than to see someone who’s made one of my creations. It’s just a feeling of happiness like when you’ve helped someone also. You feel warm and giddy inside. I believe we all feel that way at times. So you can imagine how we all feel to.
First I’ll get you started on who’s being featured today…
Tuesday September 4, 2018
The Quilt Rambler | Duck Creek Mountain Quilting
Cheryl LaPlante | Patti’s Patchwork
Please remember we don’t all live in the same timezone, so not every one posts at the same time. Just check back to view there post later in the day.
Patti has her own wonderful giveaway for you. You will have to enter at her blog.
Sponsors Featured Today Are:
The Electric Quilt giveaway will run for the full course of this event. Each day of the event, you’ll have new sites to visit so that you can get as many entries in as possible.
You should only enter the giveaways below if you couldn’t enter the giveaways at each bloggers site. Please try to enter the giveaways at the respective bloggers site.
Please don’t enter any of the giveaways if you can’t afford to pay the postage. While many of the giveaways do not have postage paid by the winner, there are giveaways that do, so please be sure you read that blogs shipping info or the info on my site for that sponsor’s giveaway items.
Cheryl’s giveaway is below
Cheryl has been part of this row along since the very beginning four years ago. She doesn’t have a blog and has been hosted on the other various designers blogs during those years. This year I’ve chosen to feature her on my blog. Chery runs an EQ group on Facebook.. She keeps things short and sweet, so here goes with her words and her pattern…
I would like to take a moment to thank Marian Pena for all the time and support she has taken in putting this year’s Row Along together, as well as hosting my pattern. Thank you also to Northcott Fabrics for being our sponsor and for the beautiful fabric they produce.
My favorite place is sitting and watching all my flying friends. I could sit and watch them for hours as I marvel at how they just seem to flit from here and there, with not a care in the world. They remind me to stop throughout my day, take a breath and just be “in the moment”.
Cheryl used the following Northcott fabrics to create this row.
SewnCher – FB
Cheryl is giving away two Kimberbell patterns called In All Things Give Thanks
If your into Halloween, Fandom Stitches is also starting the Hocus Pocus QAL today.
Click the image to visit Fandom Stitches and follow along
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