Usually I write my own post about any new blog hops or projects I find on the net to share with you. But today I'm going to copy verbatim from the Sew Mama Sew blog about the 7th Annual Handmade Holidays series that started Nov 1st. All the info is posted there, so it's silly of me to re-post it my own words, when she's already done such a great job of it. So here you go:
Handmade Holidays is a long-running tradition here at Sew Mama Sew.
It’s our favorite time of the year! Every year we love to help you find
the best tutorials, recipes and printables. It’s our sincere hope that
the series inspires you to create for the people in your life, infusing
your gifts with love, care and beauty. The season is a whirl of
excitement so we start early, giving you a new round of ideas every day
in November. This year we invited guest curators to find the best
tutorials. Their fresh perspectives make this our biggest and best
Handmade Holidays yet! We also have a tremendous number of fabulous
giveaways (it grows every year!). Stop by every day in November for a
chance to win a new craft book, fabric, patterns, gift certificates and
more. We have more updates coming soon, and we kick off our first day
this Friday, November 1!
We have a fabulous set of prizes for you to win throughout Handmade
Holidays! Each week you can comment to win craft books, fabric and
more. Visit each day to find out what you can win (and what you'll want
to add to your holiday wish list).
So head over to Sew Mama Sew now and check out the prizes and great ideas for your holiday season! See ya' there.
Until next time...
Happy quilting from Sharon, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash
just finished and next in line is For the Boys Blog Hop. Think anything and everythingBOYS. Projects that boys will love... quilts, nap sacks, sleeping bags, pillows...you name it...there's sure to be lots of inspiration for projects for the boys in your life.
After that is Black Tie Boogie, Rooster Blog Hop, where the bloggers will create anything with roosters, turkeys, hens, or chicks. Anything from kitchen accessories, 3D roosters, whatever, as long as they use roosters, hens, or chicks in their project.. So if you have a barnyard fetish, lol, be sure to check out these chic(k) projects.
I showed it to you a couple of days ago after I finally got it bound and on display. I think it's the perfect Halloween quilt--it has a black cat on it!
So make sure to stop in later and look over all the Halloween quilts that will be on display. And if you like my "JD" memory quilt, I'd love a vote from you. Voting is Friday thru Monday morning, Nov 1st-Nov 4th, so vote for your favorite Halloween quilts.
Until next time, Happy quilting from Sharon, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash