Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Scrap Quilt Secrets Blog Hop Day 9

Victoria Findlay Wolfe is as nice in person as she is talented at quilting. I know this because I was lucky enough to meet her in person a few years ago! For someone who creates real art every time she touches fabric, she’s incredibly down to earth. I love seeing glimpses of her home NYC through her blog. And today is her birthday! So don't forget to wish her a Happy Birthday when you enter to win her give away of my book.

Thank you so much Victoria!

Here's the complete list of blogs and dates:
3/21    C&T Blog
3/22    Bonnie Hunter at Quiltville
3/23    Lori at Humble Quilts
3/24    Karen at Nana Girl Quilts  
3/25    Audrey at Quiltyfolk
3/26    Pat Sloan at Pat Sloan
3/27    Valerie at  Val's Quilting Studio
3/28    Kelly at  Pinkadot Quilts
3/29    Victoria Findlay Wolfe at  Bumble Beans Inc
3/30    Rachaeldaisy at Blue Mountain Daisy
3/31    Angie at Quilting on the Crescent
4/1      Julie at  Me and My Stitches
4/2      Barb at Fun with Barb

Thanks so much!

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