Monday, 20 April 2015

Sew Cute Tuesday

Today I have the pleasure of hosting Sew Cute Tuesday on Alyce's blog, Blossom Heart Quilts.

Alyce is an Australian quilter, living in Japan for a few years with her husband and young children. She's been hosting the Sew Cute Tuesday link up for as long as I've been blogging. Link ups are a great way to see what other people are making and to find new blogs to follow.  They also help new bloggers to get their work out there and build a following.

So I really encourage you to pop over to Sew Cute Tuesday, link up your latest blog post or Instagram photo, and visit some new blogs. You can read about my exciting times as a software tester too!


Lilpuddin said...

Hi from Michigan! Your quilts are absolutely stunning. I'm a beginning quilter, with only 3 quilts under my belt so far, and your gorgeous hand stitching and embroidery is inspiring.

Helen@Till We Quilt Again said...

Heading over there now!

Her Indoors said...

Your paisley case is absolutely gorgeous - felt is my first love.

Anonymous said...

I came here from Alyce's website as I had to let you know how much I admire your quilts.

I would love to know more about the English paper pieced la passacaglia quilt. I have never heard of a "la passacaglia quilt."

I would also like to know a little more about the about the embroiderd top of the zippered case.

Thanks for sharing,

Susan (from Michigan)

HeathersSewingRoom said...

Thanks Wendy it is great to find other creative people to share with. Nice to also read about your creative journey.

PaulaB quilts said...

I found your blog on Pinterest yesterday and again today on Alyce's blog for hosting Sew Cute Tuesday, so I just had to get in touch. I would like to know more about SCT if it is open. I also am on RSC15 with Jennifer. I love the way you use colors so brilliantlly. I mostly do Project Linus kids quilts and have promised my granddaughter a rainbow one for her new Beattles theme bedroom. But I admire your use of paper piecing and embellishment. Please count me in.