guest bloggin' it.

10 December 2010

winner = puddles of grace
email me: rachel {at} psiquilt {dot} com

patsloan1

guess what yall!?!?
today i get to be a guest blogger over at pat sloan's blog.
yeah...i feel cool. cooler than cool.
:P

check it out.
yall might just learn a thing or two about little ol' me.
{psst...there just might be a giveaway included.}

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212 comments:

Natasha said...

Just read your interview with Pat. I love your blog and your quilts.

Mystica said...

Going over!

I am having my first giveaway on my blog - a gift card sponsored by CSN Stores. please do come over and enter

Anonymous said...

enjoyed your interview at Pat Sloan's blog! so nice to meet you - Sue

pinsandneedles said...

Read your interview with Pat Sloan. I already follow and read your blog regularly but I did learn a new southern word-Mal.

harleywife57 said...

Mal ! ha . I haven't heard that one from the southern folks I am related to ! ! ! Nice interview . LOVE your work . I already follow your blog and your facebook profile !!!
And I have a few magazines with YOUR quilts in them !

linda said...

Nice interview with Pat. Congrats on the new peep!!

Amanda said...

what a cute interview! love your southernisms, and i am definitely going to steal that recipe. :)

Annette said...

Thanks so much for the apple recipe. I'll be trying it out for sure this Christmas.

Renea said...

Loved your interview. Thanks for the giveaway.

Cindy said...

Hi Rachel,
Loved your interview with Pat. I remember when you started your blog!

Seams Sew Together said...

Great Interview!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

Melissa said...

It was great learning more about you on Pat's blog. Hope I win the giveaway...it may inspire me to make my first quilt. A project I keep procrastinating :)

Ariane said...

I loved your interview with Pat Sloan. It's nice to get to know you better. The creamy apple butter looks delicious. Thanks for sharing it. Hugs Ariane

Amy said...

I just read your post at Pat Sloan's blog! How exciting for you! Congratulations!!!

NorahS said...

Great interview! I need to follow suit and do quilts for all of our beds!

Sara said...

You sounded so comfortable with Pat in the interview---must have been so FUN!!!

Love your ornament buying tradition, btw;)

Julee said...

Great interview with Pat. Thanks for sharing.

Shirley in Canada said...

Just read your interview on Pat's site and love how you first called the quilt a "blanket". My friend (new to quilt making)who looks to me for quilting knowledge, always called it a blanket. I've said to her, "the first I will teach you is the terminology of quilting" After correcting her numerous times...she's got it!! ;-)

Sue said...

I "heart" reading your blog. :) Thanks for the chance at your giveaway!

Connie said...

Enjoyed reading your interview! Thanks for the giveaway.

Toni Anne said...

Hi, I read your blog every morning. Even if you don't post that day there's still so much to see and do. Because of you I now follow Julie Hermans blog and, as of today Pat Sloan. You keep us going with beautiful quilts, great tutorials and design ideas. How do you get it all done with a bunch of children and a newborn(congrats) :)I have 1 son and I'm nowhere near as prolific as you...Again Thanks for the great blog!!!!!!!

rebecca said...

Congrats on the guest blogging. You are way busy!!

Merry christmas!

annmarie said...

Nice interview with Pat. You are both naturals. Yours is one of the first blogs I "bookmarked" when I first discovered blogs. And it's still one of my favortites. Thanks for all your sharing.

Kate said...

Yum, creamy apple butter. Good luck with the quilts for all beds!

snippetsandyarns said...

I popped over to read your interview. I love the way you phrase things :-)

~ Meagan

Debbie G. said...

Loved reading the interview...how fun that must have been! Would love to win the giveaway! Thanks!

Tiffany said...

Yay! I loved your interview. I need to get some new ornaments for our family too!

Kaye M said...

I enjoyed reading your interview with Pat Sloan--what a treat!! It was fun for this Midwesterner to learn alittle about Southern traditions. You have lots of great tutorials, thanks for sharing.

Puddles of Grace said...

Bed quilts for everyone?! BRAVE!!!!! Actually, I really want to do the same! Loved your interview and thanks so much for the recipe!!!
Charlene

A Seam to Sew said...

Great interview. I always enjoy your Southerness as I'm from the south as well.

Kathryn said...

Very nice interview with Pat Sloan. I, too, have made quilts (at least one or two) for all the beds in my house. Thanks for the apple butter recipe. Kathie L in Allentown

pam said...

I just read over at Pat's and came on over. Love your quilts. You are actually bookmarked in my favorites.

Karen P. said...

great interview! love your blog!

Jenniffier said...

Very cool. Thanks for sharing!

Cindy N. said...

Aawesome interview with Pat. Love your Christmas Ornament Tradition. My dad and oldest daughter exchange ornaments every christmas and have since she was a baby! She is going to be 22 this year!!!

Sandy said...

That was a great little interview! Good luck on that "quilts for every bed" project! Don't forget to share pics. Great giveaway...thanks for sharing.

Kay said...

Great interview & fun to learn a little more about you. I love red, too & have it in every room of my house. My motto is "there can never be too much red".

Michele said...

What a nice interview...thanks for sharing with us

Anonymous said...

I've been enjoying your blog for some time. Fun interview with Pat Sloan. Have a great holiday.

Darlis

floatingbridge said...

I like your idea about the annual Christmas ornaments!! Great blog!

VickiB said...

Fun interview! We do the annual ornament tradition as well; I still have some of my ornaments from (ahem) the '60's when I was a child. It is so fun to take them out each year.

Rachel's Quilts said...

Great interview!
I usually buy a special ornament for the kids each year. I also have the kids make ornaments for our families, and of course an extra one for me to keep.

Jenn said...

Read your interview :) As always, inspired by your creativity and charm!

Barbara McD said...

Loved the interview - hope all is well at the Griffith household!

lisa said...

oh, I just love PAt Sloan, I actually found her through your calander quilt thing a while ago.


ok now that I read it, I wish I could do ornaments wiht my girls, but their names are hard to find. Not strange, just not popular right now (Regina and Hazel) and I am working on quilts for all the beds too, but I am jumping ahead and makign twins for both girls, not a toddler quilt for the little one (who will be in a toddler bed in about a year and change)

Britt-Inger said...

A nice interview and I´m very excited to learn more about you.
I love your blog and your modern quilts with lot of whites in them
Britt-Inger in Sweden
http://hillvalleyquilter.blogspot.com/

Janet said...

I love Pat Sloan and Rachel. I enjoyed the Pinwheel quilt along. I could sure use some Rememberance cake. Yum!

bairdmtn said...

I ALWAYS enjoy reading about another Southern girl! Love your blog and ALL your quilt projects! Thanks for sharing a little about yourself on Pat's blog!!

Debby said...

Your guest blog with Pat was great! Your blog is one of the first I read in the mornings!

Michelle said...

Loved the post about you over on Pat Sloan's blog - and that apple butter looks yummy!

jkenyon said...

Nice interview with Pat. I always enjoy your blog and your humor! Congrats on your new baby girl! And thanks to both of you for the giveaway.

Gerri said...

Rachel, it was great learning a little more about one of my favorite quilters!

Good luck with all those bed quilts. I hope all is well with you and the fam since the accident.

HH (Happy Holidays!)

Caro said...

Just read your interview at Pat Sloan's blog. Thanks for a chance to win some great fabric. casands1@comcast.net

Carolyn at marzstars@msn.com said...

Congrats on your guest 'appearance'. The apple butter recipe sounds yummy.

Teresa Silva said...

Loved your interview with Pat Sloan. I enjoy reading your blog. Thanks.

Rachel said...

A quilt for every bed in the house? Wouldn't that be lovely!

Loved reading more about you on Pat's blog :)

luvtoquilt said...

I've been a follower for quite some time -- love your blog and LOVE your style. Had so much fun putting the pinwheel quilt together last year.

Craftstress Kira said...

It was fun reading your interview. I love your blog. I just started mine. adventuresincraftlandia.blogspot.com

Stop by if you'd like! Thanks for the chance to win.

Lauradublin said...

I'm an 80's music kind of girl too! Bring back alot of memories. Would love to win the layer cake.
Laura

Dee M said...

It's always great when you and Pat hook up! Thanks for the Creamy Apple Butter recipe, never heard of adding Cream Cheese to it, but I do love Apple Butter and will have to try it. I've made the Skillet Lasagna that you shared quite some time ago and love it! So easy and so good!

Mary Malone said...

I will try the creamy apple butter recipe - sounds great to me! I am also very into using WHITE in quilts - very modern and striking.

Feeling lucky for the drawing!
Mary Malone
maryandruss@wi.rr.com

CJ said...

My favorite color is red too! I will have to try that apple butter since I love to eat it in the fall.

Nancy said...

Fun to read - and I love the apple butter recipe!

Jansie said...

Apple Butter...yummmmm! I'm glad I learned a new word too! lol And that we have love of 80's music in common. You were a great guest!

Libby said...

Loved your interview, I too have started ornaments for my daughter with her "First Christmas" and still do. Now she has her own tree with her own collection. Her collection is Snowmen. Now its time for the grandaughters; one Nutcrackers and the other Gingerbread Men. Too much fun.

Mimi said...

Loved the interview on Pat Sloan's blog - interesting and entertainig! I just might try the Apple Butter recipe over the holidays... as long as it is calorie free eh?

Brooke said...

Fun interview! It was fun to learn a little bit about you there. Your apple butter looks delish!

maryellen said...

Such a fun interview with Pat!! Two of my favs, you and Pat. I love the idea of the annual ornament, DH & I did that for the first couple of years we were married, now we've somehow let that slip. Tomorrow I'll get it started again.

Love the giveaway, please Santa pick me!

Merry Christmas to you and your family!!

Connecticut Chronichols said...

I loved your interview on Pat's blog. I, too, am a lover of dark red. So much so that my living/dining room walls are dark red and after 6 years I still love it!
Sue

Marsha said...

I just read your interview with Pat. You have a great blog!

Nana Jo said...

Great job on the guest interview! Love you blog.

~Kathleen said...

Rachel, It sounds like your had fun being a guest blogger for Pat Sloan. Your quilt is beautiful! Please include me in the {psst...}! Thanks. ~Kathleen

Mama Pea said...

I read your interview and enjoyed it a lot! The Apple Butter recipe looks yummy. It would be an easy hostess gift! Thanks!

Cheryl F. said...

Great interview! I love reading your blog and admiring all of your quilts!

James-Linda said...

GREAT INTERVIEW!
THANKS FOR SHARING-THE LOVELY FABRICS!

jldouglas@wipswest.net

Rachel said...

I liked reading your guest blog! Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

marilyn said...

Rachel I love your quilts. I sure wish I had your talent. I've made 10 wedding gowns, numerous childrens outfits including heirloom christening gowns but can't finish one quilt :).. I do have a kingsize one that I started 13 years ago and needs to be put together. My late aunt even made a chevron afghan to match it. neither have been used yet.

MM

Sandy said...

Love your blog and I love the song you have playing!

DianeY said...

Great interview! So happy you are now a "celeberity"!

H2Ogirl said...

How wonderful to be featured. Good luck with your project. . lots o' work there.

Linda Cates said...

Great interview! Would love to win something!

Anita said...

I do so enjoy reading your blog! Thanks for all the effort you put into it and have a lovely day.

Jamie said...

I enjoy reading your blog! Your writing style is so fresh and your quilts are pretty. Thank you so much!

annemarie said...

Loved hour interview - happy holidays to your clan.

Wilma said...

I just read your interview with Pat - so lovely! I follow both your blogs.
You do make beautiful quilts!
Love the Remembrance giveaway fabric!

alex said...

Great job on your interview, I always enjoy reading your blog and seeing what you are making. How fitting it is to have "Remembrance" for the giveaway.

rjk said...

Rachel:
Your blog is so much fun to read and I learn so much from you.

Kathy ~~~ said...

just read your interview with Pat. Love your blog and am subscribed, so that is how I found out about the interview. :-)
I hope I win the giveaway. fingers crossed.;-)

Kathleen Grace said...

A fun interview and I would love to win the layer cake. I follow your blog and enjoy all the beautiful projects you show. You inspire me all the time!

Teresa said...

Hi Rachel, thanks for the giveaway for the Moda fabric. Read the Pat Sloan blog featuring you! Congrats on being on her blog.
Teresa Mc :)

Mary said...

Congrats on being on Pat Sloan's blog. Two of my favorites in one place! I enjoy reading your blog and and seeing all your awesome quilts.

Mary said...

I love your blog. Seriously.

prairiewhisper said...

Great interview. And always I love your blog.

Heidi

Sewcando said...

Great job. Neat reading how you ended up here!

Patty said...

I checked out Pat Sloan's blog. I'd love to win the layer cake!
PS - I love your southern charm!

Karen said...

Hi Rachel, I just came from Pat's blog and really enjoyed your "interview". Good luck making everyone at your house their very own quilt! I know you can do it...you seem so organized and laid back.

Hope you and yours have a wonderful Christmas!

Hugs, Karen

Purple Quilter Queen said...

Great interview Rachel! Love reading your blog too! Jenn

Katy (France) said...

Hello ♥ I have your button on my blog, for a while now, and I love your work..and gosh, if you finish a quilt for every bed in your household then that just might be my goal for 2011 :-)

Marcia said...

Congratulations on your interview with Pat Sloan! I'm Southern too yet have never heard a greatgrandmother called 'Mal
-- maybe 'Maw' or 'Memaw' - we called ours 'greatgrandma xxx' or 'granny'. Mothers are 'Mama' - sometimes a greatgrandma or grandma might be called 'Big Mama'. So, learned something new. Please enter me into your too cool for words giveaway.

Kristi said...

Fun to learn a few more things about the girl behind the quilts!

Wendy T. said...

Enjoyed your interview with Pat. Will definitely keep up with you now on your blog. Like your style of quilting and writing.

Theresa said...

Great interview!

Jesserdoo said...

I saw your guest post on Pat Sloan's blog (although I read yours on a regular basis)! I'm new to the quilt world, and your work is so inspiring!
-Jessica

Quilt Monkey said...

What a great interview! I'm fans of both of you guys! I love it when blogs I read overlap!

D & B said...

Enjoyed the interview. The Remembrance layer cake is gorgehttps://www.blogger.com/captcha?token=AM2hDkC4ixfUd7NU9z50AjP%2F42tloZji10WGhSG3FkTUj8ArxlvSu6zPQ1ei4uPlCNa8cHXBoJHPDpLO%2FxLMIE%2Fn56UtO390gkqI0InO05lVW1zYphgohvl1G99i%2FDVl2HMp%2FbF1dDlUous!

Thea said...

enjoyed your interview! I love your quilts!

Debbie Lou said...

Love your blog, Rachel, and visit often. Read your interview on Pat's blog and would love to win your giveaway. Thanks!

Jan said...

I love your blog! I have a quilt that my grandmother made from that very same pattern in your photo. Love, love, love it! I can't imagine all the work she did by HAND!!

Staci said...

Quite intrigued by your apple butter thing, going to give it a try! Thanks!
Enjoyed your interview.
Curious to see what machine you end up with!

Rhanda said...

I love apple butter AND with cream cheese, too. Oh yeah! Sounds divine. I love your christmas ornament tradition. We travel alot so we get ornaments from each place we go.

ANudge said...

I enjoyed your guest post on Pat's blog. Thanks for sharing. Would love to win this layer cake.

Vicki ♥ said...

Congrats on the interview :) Was great reading and I would love to win the layer cake :) Thanks

Starr said...

I think once you've been interviewed by Pat then you've made it to the big time. Great interview!

Jantine said...

Just read your interview with Pat. It was fun to learn a bit more about you!

corinne said...

Great interview, love the idea of the ornaments. Have a Merry Christmas and thanks for the giveaway

Patty said...

Nice little interview Rachel.

sewsilly said...

Love your blog and I keep sharing it with others I know. I can't wait to get your emails. You ARE cooler than cool so keep up the good work!

Sew Silly Paula

trudys_person said...

Congratulations on being interviewed by Pat Sloan - that is big time! Thank you for the giveaway!

Susan said...

Loved reading your interview! I'm a southerner too, but I live in Canada now. The accent is a huge hit here! ;)

Hollygrove Carole said...

I just read your interview on Pat Sloan's blog, love your blog!

Fibercrafter said...

Nice interview over at Pat Sloan's blog. Please pick me!

Kris said...

It's kind of nice that your first experience of quilts was as just another blanket. I love to use my quilts. I am endevouring to put a quilt on each of our beds too!

Alicia said...

My favorite part of your writing is the "yall". That's what we say in OKlahoma, too!

Betty said...

I've been reading your blog for quite some time. Just read your guest blog with Pat Sloan. I enjoy your blog.

Peggy said...

Nice interview with Pat Sloan, I love both your ideas and blogs. Pick me please.

Tina H. said...

There is no doubt about it, yours is one of the best blogs around. You provide lots of inspiration. Now, I need to finish my quilt from your quilt-long--it's about 1/2 done.

Quilting in the Pines said...

I read your blog and love it! it was great to learn more about you in Pat Sloan's interview!

I love Jan Patek and her fabric! Hope to win!

Cecilia said...

Great interview with Pat. I already follow your blog. I live in the South and have for most of my life. Thanks for then giveaway.

foodmathquilts said...

Great interview -and what a lofty goal!

Nancy said...

Just read your interview over at Pat Sloan's site. You must have been so excited to have been asked!! It was great to read about you; and have to tell you that I have those cute little snowman ornaments with hubby's and my names on them. Thank you for the opportunity to win that lovely layer cake......I love layer cakes; both fabric and desserts lol. Merry Christmas!

Kelsey Rose said...

Enjoyed reading your interview over at Pat's! :)

Jen said...

Cute! What a great interview! Good luck with all those bed quilts!

Sarah Craig said...

Hi, Rachel! I just read your interview on Pat Sloan's blog, and loved it! Especially the recipe for creamy apple butter! Gotta try that one....

Lisa said...

Each of our kids have their own ornament collection and when they leave home someday, those ornaments will be on their own tree. Loved the interview.

Barb in Mi said...

You sure come around in blogland. Read your interview on Pat's blog - congrats!

Lauren H said...

Enjoyed your interview!

picketsews said...

Saw your interview with Pat. I find the most interesting things there. So glad to discover you.
PS. I quilt, too. Merry Merry to you and yours.

Shelley said...

Fun reading your interview! Your quilts are so amazing! My next project is your pinwheel sampler quilt along - can't wait to do it!

robin said...

Great interview. And that Creamy Apple Butter recipe is making me drool...

The Michigonians said...

Love reading your interview. Can't wait to get deep into your blog as I just found you. Happy Holidays. Teri

Sally said...

I read your interview with Pat Sloan. I also love a quilt with lots of white.

Angela said...

Loved the interview!!

ellen said...

Great interview. Love your blogs. Happy Holidays to you and all the peeps, including the rooster.

Rachel said...

I can't wait to see all the new bed quilts for the family. I hope you share pics as they're done. Rachel in Peoria.

Kala said...

Loved reading your darling interview.
The 80's were full of all kinds of fun music.

Kritta22 said...

I know a famous person!!

YOU!!!!

Patty said...

Enjoyed your interview. Congratulations on the new baby! What a great Christmas gift.

Patty said...

Enjoyed your interview. Congratulations on the new baby! What a great Christmas gift.

Ally said...

I just love 80's synth music too!! It drives my kids crazy and is the subject of endless teasing from my siblings!! Great interview!!

Mandy said...

love your blog and that your'e not afraid to admit that at one time a quilt wasnt the most important thing in the world to you!!!!!!!!!!!! bold statement.


Mandy

Krum Family said...

Awesome interview. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric

Janelle said...

Love your interview - love your current project - I am currently letting the kids look to pick out their block and am going to try to make 3 twin quilts next year - after doing you sampler I feel like I can do it!! Love your blog & your work!!

Renae said...

Just read your interview :) I enjoy following your posts. Love your work!

Cindy said...

Great interview with Pat! I'm a follower on your blog and enjoy your work! I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas!:)

BDRussell99 said...

Just read your interview ... very cute! Glad to find your blog.

MoeWest said...

I enjoyed your interview with Pat. Thanks for the recipe too.

quiltgal913 said...

Great interview...the apple butter looks yummy and easy to make and let the 80's rock on!!! Thanks for the chance to win a layer cake!!

Elise said...

I enjoyed your guest interview and did learn a few things about you. :) Thanks for linking us.

Still working on my pinwheel quilt. I already love it so much. Thanks again for the tutorials.

KatieQ said...

One of the things I really love about your blog is when you throw in a "Southern word," like Mal. I grew up in NY City and enjoy the dash of southern color.

Amanda said...

i love the quartered dresden plates. it was fun to read a little more about you.

4dreamsr said...

Yes read your post w/Pat Sloan & found your blog. Southern girl here too.

sue said...

I get excited to see PSI quilt in my inbox, cant wait to read it. Love your simplistic style. Have told all my buddies about PSI and Loooove the music!
Sue

midnight hysteria said...

loved your great interview ith pat sloan .... i would love that giveawy and mixed with some cream or white, would make a nice tablerunner(s) ... thanks for the chance to win! ... darlene

Wendy said...

Rachel, loved your interview with Pat! My family also gets individual ornaments each Christmas. Haven't counted ours yet ... scared too? :) You and Pat are tops on my blogging list!!

Lukayna said...

Your interview with Pat made me remember our initial plan to have individual "me" ornaments each year for our tree as well.

I think I need to get on that!

Hope you guys have a great holiday season! Can't wait to see what you have to present in the new year ;)

Sew Many Mamas said...

I first fell quilty in love with my great aunt's "hand pieced/hand quilted" fan quilt when I was a teenager!

Roselie said...

Good job with the interview. We've always done the individual ornaments,too. So much fun!

diplofam said...

I heart dark red too! and your apple butter looks scrumptious!
Carin

Cindy said...

LOVED your interview on Pat Sloan's blog, Rachel! You do have a gift!

Diane said...

I love giveaways, but I just love to read and be inspired by your blog.

ShadyB said...

Great interview with Pat!! I've been wanting to start using more white in my quilts - however, finding a white fabric that "is just right" (right shade of white) has been almost impossible... Gonna have to check out Moda's selection, "thank you" for sharing that info. :)

Terrie said...

Congrats to you !!! Loved the interview !! Family radtition is the best !!!!
Happiest of holidays to you and yours !!!

terrie

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Great interview Rachel! Quilts for everyone in the house huh?

Jacqueline said...

1982 - Jenny - 867-5309 - I <3 80's music! xoxoxo

rory's grandma said...

i enjoy seeing your new projects. you have inspired me to start sewing again!

Monique said...

Good luck on all the bed quilts! Can't wait to see your progress.

Laurie in Maine said...

Enjoyed the interview! I'm just getting back into the quilting mood (took up knitting & crocheting for a few years) Missed the whole layer cake jelly roll charm pack era! (Here's hoping 177th comment is a lucky one :)

Val Laird said...

You're right - we did learn a few more things!

Cloudmom said...

I loved reading your interview with Pat Sloan. I read your blog almost everyday but still found out a lot of new things about your quilting.

Chris said...

Enjoyed reading the interview. Learned soem new things and can't wait to try the apple butter recipe. Thanks! Just in case my email doesn't show it is chriso10kids@yahoo.com

SheilaC said...

Great interview, Rachel!!

Thanks for the give away too :)

SheilaC

margie c said...

I am very much enjoying your blog :) I have been visiting and browsing all day, just read the interview too! TFS :)
hugs, margie
(a newbie in the making, lol!)

Lisnaweary Quilts said...

Great interview, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours.

Margaret C said...

My goal is to get a quilt on every bed in the house too !!!

Currently working on a Christmas table topper from your pattern at Moda - LOVE IT !!!!

Did you choose a machine yet ?

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

I enjoyed reading more about you at Pat's blog. Thanks for the chance to win:)

Kathleen said...

Great interview..thanks for the giveaway...

Sequana said...

Was a really nice interview. Now I'd love some layer cake for dessert. *S*

Happy Holidays!

Carla said...

You definitely have an easy way about your write on your blog. It feels like I'm talking to a girl friend. Love it!

Merry Christmas!!

Peach Rainbow said...

Thanks for the chance :)

Deb said...

Oh yes, 80's music!! It was classic stuff wasn't it! Lovely to know a bit more about you.

Shawna said...

I am going to have to find your recipe for canning the creamy apple butter. I didn't know you could can things with cream cheese in them. Awesome. Oh, and the 19th is my 10 year wedding anniversary so I have to win. I'm just sayin'!

Leah said...

Loved your interview... and an interesting recipe - might just need to try it...

JennyWren said...

Great recipe - thankyou for sharing. Love reading your interview at Pat Sloan's blog too.
Merry Christmas to you and your family.

primanotion said...

loved the guest post!

RenegadeQuilter said...

Thanks for the interview - I enjoyed it!

smileynann said...

I'm totally a stalker, but had to comment right now -- before I make lunch -- I *heart* p.s. I quilt! I've always secretly wanted to be southern. :)

Sharon said...

I love your blog and have ever since I found it a few months ago. Read the interview with Pat-enjoyed it very much!

Linda K said...

Thanks for the chance to win! Read your interview with Pat. You are one busy gal and with an infant,too! I'm a follower on Google Reader. Saying Hello from freezing cold Georgia!! 13 degrees tonight!

sarahbethe said...

I loved your interview! You must have had a lot of fun doing it. By the way, I totally envy your quilting skills!

alexa said...

I just posted about your great giveaway!!!

http://chez-alexa.blogspot.com/

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