Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Shhhhh!

Can you keep a secret? No? Good! Tell all your friends! I'm going to be a guest blogger on Stash Manicure on Thursday! So excited!

Samm has some wonderful giveaways for the next few months. Please pop over and say hi (especially on Thursday!!)

83 comments:

Laura said...

Congrats! i look forward to reading it!

Kathleen said...

Heather!!
I just starting follow Stash Manicure!! :) I will be sure to read your post!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Great job on Stash!!! I now follow you!

Gail's Card Cafe' said...

What a great post you did! I just got some of that stuff and I'm dying to work with it!!!!

Beth said...

Hi! Stash Manicure sent me here, and I'm so glad. Your bee blocks are wonderful. I'm a new follower--I can tell there is so much I can learn from you.

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

Sue said...

Excellent tutorial on 'Stash'..I have just now become a follower here with you. It will be my pleasure to follow you!

Nancy B said...

I enjoyed your tute on Stash. I'm now following you. Thanks.

Benta At SLIKstitches said...

Hi, I came over from your lovely post t SM, thanks fir the great idea! I'm following you :-)

Julie Fukuda said...

I enjoyed reading your post on Stash Manicure but I have no machine or any of that iron-on stuff available in my neck of the woods. The quilt I made of hundreds of one-inch squares was done the old-fashioned way. (probably took a lot longer too.)
I learn something new every day. Thanks!

harleywife57 said...

I'm here from Stash Manicure ; LOVE your tut on the squares ;thanks for sharing
I'm following you now !

Hazel said...

Good morning, Heather!

I loved your post over at Stash Manicure - learn a new thing every day, huh? And I'm now one of your followers, so I'll be back to find out more!

Thearica said...

Hi Heather! I am over from Stash Manicure as well! Now, your newest follower!

Thanks for taking the time to post this fantastic tutorial! I have not yet bought this product but you made it look so easy so now I have another item on my "want" list! :)

Karen said...

Just read your post over at Stash Manicure, and really enjoyed it! That kind of thing (new ideas or tools or techniques) and the amazing creativity displayed by everyone are the reasons I keep checking in on the various blogs I follow. Thank you!!

Michelle May (Shell) said...

Great post on Stash! So wonderful to meet you! Following along with you.
xx, shell

Laura said...

Just read your tutorial on Stash Manicure, excellent pictures and clear instructions. Kudo's to you!

Kathleen said...

Yeah for you! I just read your post over at Stash Manicure. Good job! :)

501 Quilt Blocks said...

I've just come from Stash Manicure. Another cool 'tool' to try - thanks for the tutorial. I've become a follower and I'm looking forward to getting to know you better. Have a great day!

Deborah said...

Hi Heather! I love your photo of the mailboxes. Glad to peruse your blog as I sip the morning coffee. Cheers.

DebbieM said...

I love your mailbox banner! I'm a Postmaster. I just became a follower,hopped over from Stash Manicure. I'll be reading your posts now! Thanks.

Snoodles said...

Hopped over here from Stash...following now - love your blog! Scooted around looking at your posts. Thanks for a great tutorial on squares! And, thanks for the chance to win!
Jacque at Lilypadquilting (pen name Snoodles)

Lori said...

Just hopped over from Stash .... loved the tutorial. I had never seen the fusible grid stuff. I can see how that would come in super handy! Thanks!

Jennifer @ Ellison Lane Quilts said...

Found you through Samm. Love that tut. New follower! :)

Barb said...

I enjoyed your post today over there. I had purchased that (now can't think of it)product to do that for a quilt I was m aking, never made the quilt and gave the stuff away, now I wish I hadn't....

ga447 said...

I am a follower and loved the tutorial. I love the bright colors of the stash.

Stray Stitches said...

I just popped in from Stash Manicure. Great tutorial! I had never heard of Quilter's Grid until reading your post.

Jodi said...

this is so much fun! thanks!

Mary Ann and Mother said...

I saw your tutorial for square points on Stash Manicure and popped right over to give you a follow! Thanks for the great tute!! Mary Ann @ RocknQuilts.blogspot.com

Joanna said...

Your post at Stash manicure is so helpful. And I think you have the brightest scraps I've ever seen - they all look good together:)

Teresa said...

Congratulations on being on Madame Samm's blog. It was a very interesting blog. I really enjoyed it! I have been following Madame Samm's blog for a few months. I love it! Now I am following you. I would love to win the give away. I am a new quilter and still learning. Have a blessed day!

Quilt n Queen said...

I am a new follower #133 and enjoyed your post at Sew We Quilt/Stash Manicure. Luv your vintage sheet quilt! See you in blogland!! Thanks for sharing your tutorial!!

Mommarock said...

Saw it, and now I'm following you.. super cool.

Carol C. said...

I love your blog!! Love the vintage sheet quilt you made -- I am in the planning stage for making one, and loved the inspiration!! I enjoyed your post on Stash Manicure -- what a great idea!! Thanks!

Linda said...

I just came from Stash Manicure where you have done a great job on the tutorial! I am a new follower!

Marcia Wachuta said...

Congrats on a wonderful tutorial over at "Sew We Quilt"! Thanks for sharing! I am a new follower!

Betty said...

Hi Heather, I've bcome a follower now!
I have a question about the quilters/quilt grid you worked on in the tutorial:
Can you iron it from the back? (reverse side I mean)
And can you quilt the whole thing (comparatively) easy?
I'm curious to find out.
Betty

Needled Mom said...

Great job on your post. I am your newest follower.

Karen said...

Following you through Stash! I loved your posting. I will continue to follow.

Sallie said...

Just dropping in from Stash Manicure. I had never heard of Pellon Quilter's Grid Fusible Nonwoven Grid. Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway.

Wanda said...

Wow, I loved the tut you did over at Sew We Quilt! I had never heard of Quilt Grid. It's really cool. Thank you for this tutorial.

Wanda
http://wandas-quilts-crafts.blogspot.com/

Scrapatches and Sweetie said...

Good Morning, Heather! ... Enjoyed your guest blogging post over at Stash Manicure. We are sew enjoying finding all these new quilty blogs to visit through the Wantobe Campaign ... BBS ... :) Pat

Michelle said...

Great tutorial! I really like sewing together individual squares of fabric, but you've still got me wanting to pick up some fusible gridded stuff. :-)

Jennyroo said...

Thanks for sharing all that you do here with us!

pinsandneedles said...

Just read your post on Stash...such a clever idea! Thanks for sharing. Oh, and I'm a new follower!

Mary said...

Good you could post over at SM. Hope your computer troubles get solved soon so us new followers can read all about it... Sign me up for the Thursday givaway for Quilters! I'm sending people your way today from my Blog posting.

Marie said...

Thank you Heather for the tutorial. I enjoyed it and actually learned a new technique from it.

Bird said...

Loved the Stash posting! Will be following both now! Have a great day!

Heather

Ariane said...

I just came over from Stash Manicure. I loved your tutorial. Your block is wonderful. I've never tried that fusible grid. I'm going to have to get some. I just love that your block was made with vintage fabric! Love it!! Thanks for sharing it with us!!

Sherry said...

I came from stash manicure and I really appreciated your tutorial. I am a wantabe quilter and I really appreciate all the new things I have learned from quilters like you.

Deonn said...

Great post today on SM; I've use fusible grid to make a watercolor wreath quilt topper - Don't you love "no-fail" quilting!

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

Thanks for your tut on Stash Manicure, I've never tried the fusible grid. I'm a new follower.

Linda

Brenis said...

Loved your guest post on stash!! AND the header on your blog! :)

beeps said...

Awesome post over on SM! I've played with this stuff before and love that your post "reminded" me of it so i can add another project to my list!

Have you made a bed quilt with blocks made this way? I read somewhere that the web can make them a little stiff for a bed quilt and wonder if you have any thoughts :D

Thanks for the great tutorial!

iluvmybugs said...

Congrats on your post...great tutorial! I'm now a follower of your blog.

D y a said...

Thanks for your tips on Stash Manicure. I'll be back :-) ( am a follower now.

Debra said...

Those perfect squares are maing me jealous!

quilterfaye said...

Hi Heather ,thanks for the awesome tute!!Love things that make quilting simple.
I'm a new follower.
Faye

Rosieq said...

I'm a quilter or aka a shopper for notions and fabric :))

I'm going back now to begin again. Thanks for sharing your blog over there!

Winona said...

I just read your post over at Stash Manicure. You did a very good job. Thank you for the tutorial.

elle said...

tough about the 'puter. Good timing with the tute as I'm sorting 30's fqs and I have some of the grid stuff. Thanks for the great idea.

Carol C said...

Just found you on Stash Manicure. I now follow you! Great post!

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Very nice SM post! I'm happy to have found you! :-)

Pat said...

Just read your tut at Stash Manicure.

maggie fellow said...

I wondered what the draw was on the grids - pretty slick. I came from stash manicure. I notice you are part of several bees - online how is that done? thanks,
maggie

Deborah in Atlanta said...

I love Stash Manicure - that Madame Samm is quite a character, isn't she? I'm over visiting you from her site. Looking forwarding to seeing what you're doing. I'm a new follower.

WandaFish said...

Great tute at Stash Manicure!
Nice blog you've got here - I'm your latest follower. Loved your challenge circle quilt and you can makeover my bathroom any day!

Briarside Lane said...

Hi! I'm a new follower visiting from Stash Manicure. Great tutorial... thanks for sharing. ...Karen

ritainalaska said...

great tute! i've made one runner using the grid ... sure is a big help!
am looking forward to following your posts.
rgoshorn@ak.net
akgranny.blogspost.blog

Connie said...

Great post as Madame Samm's!

Madame Samm said...

Mmm I would say you have had a jump in followers as well as comments today...yeah...see wasn;t that fun...? luv ya to bits.

Sharon said...

Stash Manicure gives me new blogs to follow that I haven't found on my own yet! So, now I follow you! I loved your guest post and the neat way to make perfect points!

evelyn said...

I loved your post on Stash. I had seen those grids before, but didn't know how to use them properly. Now I do ! I just joined you as a follower.

Stitchin' time said...

Popping over from SM. I like the idea of the grid squares as my sudoku blocks I did for a bag are a bit wonky. Not sure how easily available it would be in rural Oz though. Off to sign up as a follower as you also scrapbook and I'll be interested to see how your digi efforts go as I still do traditional.
Cheers,
Robyn

Brenda said...

I came over from Stash Manicure for a visit. Signed up to follow. going to take a look around!

jennifer said...

Jumped over from Stash Manicure and am now a follower. Hello:)

Lori@KitchenFunk said...

I found your amazing tutorial on Stash Manicure tonight, and THANK YOU so much for it! I truly am a newbie quilter and I will be putting this great tip to use asap. Newly following you, too. ~Lori

Gladys said...

Great job on Stash Manicure! I now follow you! I used this technique to make my first Watercolor! It is very practical! If you need to take care of your fuse board, you can use a sheet of Teflon! A hug!

Deborah in Atlanta said...

Well hellloooooo!!! I caught your post over on Madame Samm's blog. I have a question, though. You show us how to sew on the grid lines, but do we leave the Quilters Grid on the back, or does it get removed?????

Linda in PA said...

I saw your tutorial over on Stash Manicure. It was great! I have some of that gridded iron on interfacing. I'll have to get it out and try this. Thanks.

f9a80ffa-bf0c-11e0-adae-000f20980440 said...

I clicked over from Stash Manicure. Thank you for the tutorial today. It reminded me that I have this as a gift in my stash. Now from your tutorial I can complete this item. I love your blog.

Mary Beth said...

thanks for the review on the quilting grid...have the fusible paper grid but no directions! Glad to see you on Stash Manicure

Terri in BC said...

Congratulations - that tutorial looks great, I'm going to have to find some of that grid stuff. I'm having a hard time signing up as a follower, so i signed up to follow by email. Thanks, Terri in BC

joan said...

I read your post on Stash Manicure it was really great. I came and checked out your blog I love the Bee blocks I signed up to receive your blog I love the King Size Quilt you made, I would have probably given up as that is a huge undertaking. Congrats on finishing it is beautiful.

craftytammie said...

hi heather! i loved making those squares - i think they would make lovely notebooks!! or a beautiful ironing board cover ;) xo