Happy Thursday, Friends! I hope you are well. Thank you again for visiting. I hope you have had a chance to visit the blogs participating in the second hop for Recreating Antique Quilts. Click here if you would like to see the projects made in the first hop for Recreating Antique Quilts.
A huge thank you to a few special friends to participated in the hop. Again, you will see the concept of versatility playing out in that a couple of the projects were made using totally different techniques. Let’s take a look at the projects, shall we?
1. Kay gave my Patches & Crosses runner a very warm and sweet up-do! Click here to see more pictures of Kay’s runner.
2. Doreen gave my Ivory Baltimore a wholecloth makeover! If you are into machine quilting, you will enjoy seeing Doreen’s rendition.
3. Lisa is a a cool quilter. You simply have to see the coolness element she added to her project based on my Stars and Snowflakes table topper project.
4. The very amazing Karen added a wooly touch to my Ivory Baltimore banner. Her wooly flowers look amazing.
I am heartened, encouraged and inspired to see such talents within my little quilting circle! If you haven’t stopped by these ladies’ blogs to take a look at their work, I hope you will do that soon! I think there’s still time to enter your name in giveaways of a copy of my book on the respective blogs.
Thank you again, all of you, for your encouragement and support! I count myself blessed. Have a lovely rest of your day. :)