Aleksei Gritsai (1914-1998)
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Good Morning, Quilters!
Welcome to day two of our Inbox Quilt Show! (See Day One HERE)
Ticket sales have been brisk–and I’m sure they will be even better today-after the fabulous show on Monday. Please tell all you quilty friends about us!!!
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My motto has always been “The more, the merrier!
THANK YOU TO OUR QUILTERS
Thank you to all who have sent photos. Send in YOUR photos and I will keep adding to our show! There’s plenty more to come!
We have a great show for you today…
Liz (who is British) made this fabulous quilt for her daughter-in-law, an American soldier, and wrapped her in if after she returned from Afghanistan! Thank you to the Blois family for your service and sacrifice!!
Follow Barb’s travels and adventures at Ellis2Roam HERE Barb only gave a sneak peek at her quilt–This quilt looks charming–send more photos!!
Theresa made these quilts for her grandchildren, Quinn and Callum, born this summer!! Congratulations, Nana Sanders! Are they twins???
Lynda designed the baby quilt below for a friend and then she made a matching tote bag! What a great idea! Every new mom needs lots of bags!
LeAnn has five children and eleven grandchildren and loves to tuck in little quilted surprises in her free motion quilting–see if you can find some of the motifs from our Tuesday Tutorials!
Lights dim. Applause. Applause.
Until next time,
PS…All tutorials, images and information are the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt–unless noted–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 email@example.com. Thanks!
Good Morning, Quilters!
Just a few days ago, The Inbox Jaunt celebrated its fourth birthday -with a total of nearly 5,000,000 views in four years! Birthdays (as we get older) are a time for introspection. So I had to ask myself several questions…I will share some of those questions in the coming weeks-as I really need YOUR input. The first question….
Why do I blog?
First, why did I start blogging? I never wanted a blog. I was taking an online photography class from Kim Klassen and the next class in her series was a blogging class. I wasn’t interested in blogging, but there were several photography techniques in the class that I wanted to learn so I signed up. After a few weeks, I thought blogging would be a great way to share my photography and quilting with my family and a few friends…
Little did I know that blogging would change my life…
Early on, I offered a few tutorials-mostly for my sisters in Chicago to see–and the tutorials went viral. Pinterest was the key…
Now that I’ve been blogging for four years, the reason I blog…I found I love teaching--it’s a way to share my passion. A way to stand on the table and shout:
“YOU can do this!”
“Machine Quilting is Fun!”
“Machine Quilting is not scary!”
“Machine Quilting adds personality to your quilts!”
When I started machine quilting- in the pre-internet days…
It was hard to find resources.
It was expensive to take classes.
It was difficult to find a babysitter for my six children so I could go to classes.
THE NUMBER ONE REASON I BLOG
That’s why I blog…
So the older-me can give back to the young-mother-me who so wanted more quilty information.
I want YOU to have what YOU need to enjoy quilting as much as I have!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!