Open Line Friday–Share YOUR Blogs and Websites!

Cup of Tea, FMQ, KennedyGood Morning, Quilters!

I’m off on an adventure this weekend…I’ll tell you about it next week–Or follow TheInboxJaunt on Instagram for up to the minute photos!

However, YOU don’t need me for Open Line Friday!  We have more than 8000 quilting experts out there-so discuss!!!Cup of Tea, FMQ, KennedyYOUR BLOG/WEBSITE

So just to get the ball rolling…

If you have a blog or website, please post your link — even better, add a link to your favorite or most viewed post!

We’d ALL LOVE to read it!

Cup of Tea, FMQ, Kennedy

So pour yourself a cup of tea and enjoy a little reading!


PS…All tutorials, images and information are the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt and are intended for personal use only.  Feel free to re-blog, pin or share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt.  For all other purposes, please contact me at  Thanks!

75 thoughts on “Open Line Friday–Share YOUR Blogs and Websites!

  1. I use my blog, , as my quilting journal. Currently I’m doing the Leah Day Heart and Feather WholeCloth challenge and finishing some UFO’s with the 2016 Finish Along.
    I use a lot of Lori’s quilting motifs in my quilting. I especially enjoyed quilting the pumpkin this fall (it was Lori’s month on Quiltshopgal’s FMQ challenge). Here’s the link to that post on my blog.

    • Simply adorable *cookies* to bake. But please….do tell this novice quilter…what do you do with them after you take the, eh hmmm….out of the over? ***smiles***

  2. I live in Saskatchewan Canada and follow a beautiful long arm quilter from Alberta. Her web site is . She shows how she quilts different quilts with diagrams.

    • Hi Sue! I started following you. Your quilts and purses are great, and your photography is wonderful. I live in Woodbury, MN, but I don’t blog.

  3. Was the wonder under 805? Frieda Anderson was just at our guild and uses this. I understand stiffer, but how is the adhesion, and the applique edges?

  4. Thank you for the opportunity to share. My most popular tutorial is on borders and why it is important to do them correctly by measuring –
    Then the four part series on binding, starting with this post –
    I have a page for all my tutorials on quilting at –
    Plus there are project tutorial pages for sewing, crafting and quilting.

    • I’m a total novice at quilting…finished up my first ever quilt….backed with flannel…did some “light” FMQ…did fine for me. Hope this helps! ***smiles***

    • FYI – Marta….not sure if you’ve read anything about the shrinkage of flannel…but I did prewash my flannel. Quilt hasn’t been washed yet…so cannot report how it turned out. I wish you the best!!!

      • Thanks for mentioning that. Actually I am one who washes all my fabrics ! I love seeing my potential quilts flying in the breeze
        on the line on our front porch. Yes, we live in very rural area. 🙂
        Would love to see your quilt. However, I don’t sign up for sites that require my birth date thus miss seeing lots of photos.

    • Hey again, Marta. I totes understand your concern about sharing any personal info with websites….wise decision! Not sure if you can view CRAFTSY class posts….but I recently took Lori Kennedy’s class after finding her here @ TheInBoxJaunt. Have posted my quilt there. Here’s a link (not sure it works in this blog or not)…but maybe you can get a look-see. Have posted 6 photos…some work-in-progress ones.

      • The link worked fine. Thanks.. Your quilt is exquisite, the baby will be blessed. I looked at it first after clicking on the link. Then I went back and signed in to Craftsy with my name/password etc. I thought that would enable me to comment there. Well, I clicked all over the site but never found your place again. However, it is easily reached here.
        Thanks for sharing. You will be doing great work in the future too, I have no doubt. 🙂

  5. My blog has been lonely while I’ve worked on supporting my husband graduating and pulling off a big move. I need to post about what I’ve been working on.

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