October 09, 2009

Quilt Festival - Fall 2009



Welcome, welcome! I'm so excited to have you here for the festival! Make sure that you are comfortable, there are so many beautiful quilts to inspire and awe you. When I hosted the Spring Festival I was blown away by the vastness of this online community, and all the talent too! This installment is bound to be just as exciting and fun, with new friends made too. I need to start with a big THANK YOU to the sponsors - check them out on the right, and later in this post too! Each sponsor has generously offered a piece of their shop/business, please take a few moments to click over to each one as they all have something different to offer.
Do you have a quilt to showcase? Excellent! Here's what you need to do -- 1. Go write a post about your quilt. It doesn't matter what size, style, or era it is from - there's no judging here. In your post tell your quilt's story. Also be sure to link back here so your readers can join in the fun too! Everyone is welcome - international readers that's you too! 2. Once you have posted on your blog, come back here with a link to that post. Not just your blog, click on the title of your post and get a link to that specific post. 6 months later there have been lots of readers clicking through links from the Spring Festival daily, if you post just to your blog they will not be able to find your Festival Entry. 3. Insert your name and url in the Mr. Linky. 4. Leave me a comment to be entered in to the giveaways. I'm curious to know where you are from, could you please add your general location to your comment!? Thanks! 5. Now go check out all the other entries! Leave encouraging comments wherever you land, enjoy making new friends and be inspired. 6. If you are on flickr, consider adding your entry to the Group Pool, it's great to see all the quilts in the gallery.

About the sponsors and prizes!

PatchworkFolio
Amy is the talent behind our fabulous graphics for the festival, and she is offering a great package --
To celebrate the launch of PatchworkFolio I am offering a complete blog makeover to include a custom header, 5 sidebar title buttons, custom background, fonts, colors, favicon and post divider, coordinating post title font and custom 'email me' button. I will work with your current platform (i.e. Blogger, Typepad, Wordpress or other) and restrictions may apply depending upon your plan level and options available with your service. If you don't have a blog but wish to enter the drawing I will get you set up on Blogger's free platform and include all of the above (a $150 value).

By Kay Mackenzie
Kay is offering an autographed copy of her book - Easy Appliqué Blocks: 50 Designs in 5 Sizes from That Patchwork Place.

Burgundy Buttons
Leah is offering a charm pack quilt pattern, designed by Sandy Gervais, and two of her charm packs -- Gobble Gobble and Essence!

Canton Village Quilt Works
Jackie is offering $25 off edge to edge quilting for your quilt top!

Dorothy Baker Designs
Dorothy is offering a complete pattern set for her BOM applique pattern "A Little Bit More...About Bears"!

Down Shadow Lane
Jen is offering a half yard bundle of Freshcut by Heather Bailey!

Eat Cake Graphics
Holly is offering a $30 gift certificate to her shop!

Fabric Shoppe
Jody is offering a Riley Blake Bundle! Including a Butterfly Kisses, Gracee Tunic & Bloomers Sewing Pattern, 2 yards Just Dreamy fabric, and 1 yard Velvet Ric-Rac.

Fabritopia
Jona is offering a bundle of 10 fat quarters of Summer Soiree!

Fat Quarter Shop
Jocelyn and Kimberly are offering a $50 gift certificate!

Fresh Squeezed Fabric
Randi is offering a Portabello Pixie Pattern or a ModKid Pattern plus the fabric to make one outfit from that pattern! Lots of great options!

I Have a Notion
Kelly is offering Eleanor Burns' book, Quilt In a Day!

Maria Michael Designs
Maria is offering a group of PDF patterns! Including a Halloween Wall Hanging pattern, Boo Bags (bags for Trick or Treating) and, The Colours of Christmas!

Patchwork Trails
Terri is offering one Techie Bag from her shop! Winner's choice!

Piece N Quilt
Natalia is offering a Birdie charm pack, jelly roll and honey bun!

Pink Chalk Fabrics
Kathy is offering 4 $25 Gift Certificates!

Pleasant Home
Jodi has an amazing basket of goodies including --
a Birdie Honey Bun by Moda
3 Patterns from Mary's Cottage Quilts
1 spool of Variegated Thread
1 Hour Glass Template from Pleasant Home
1 Whirlygig Template Set from Pleasant Home
1 5" Square It Up Template from Pleasant Home
And a few misc. fun treats.

Quilted Treasures
Kristina and Mary are offering a $30 gift certificate!

Quilternity
Terri is offering a 3-in-1 color tool with a set of 5 hand-dyed fat quarters!

Rosebud Quilter
Michelle is offering a set of Kaffe Fassett fat quarters!

Sarah Ann Smith
Sarah is offering an autographed copy of her new book - Threadwork Unraveled!

Sheree's Alchemy
Sheree is offering a set of 20 fat quarters from the Odessya line by Momo!

So Fun Fabrics
Tisha is offering a $25 gift certificate!

Uberstitch
Pam and Kristina are offering a $40 gift certificate!

Wish Upon a Quilt
Cathy is offering your choice of Amy Butler pattern, and a bundle of 4 - 1/2 yard Amy Butler prints!

Yellow Bird Art
Angela is giving away a bundle of 4 - 3/4yd cuts from Joel Dewberry!


All the miscellaneous details --













I have updated the button code to come back to this post - I encourage you to swap out the original and use this one for an easy reference back to all the inspiration! I will keep one in my sidebar too if you happen to come to my front page.

Could you do me a favor and let me know where you are from in your comment! - Please? I'm curious to know the diversity of this group :)

If you have any questions please email me directly, I'm not going to be able to keep up with the comments - Thanks!
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sallgood said...

Hi Amy-Stephanie from Redmond, WA! Congrats on putting this together!!

Thanks for all the work, and thank you to the generous sponsors and talented quilters!

Donna said...

Everyone always says that the internet makes the world a great deal smaller. With these wonderful quilting bloggers, I now have many more blogs to visit and that makes my world much larger! Thanks for the time and effort you have put into this.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to dig into all the links with quilts to view. This is a lot of work for you...and it's appreciated. Keeps everyone from feeling so left out from Quilt Market. Enjoying all this from Kentucky.

Debra
lighthousevabeach@yahoo.com

Sara said...

OK, I have posted about my quilt and linked, and just for your curiosity: I am 67 years old, have lived in Grand Rapids, MI for the last 31 years and grew up in Minneapolis. I have been quilting for about 40 years, mostly for charity, kids and grandkids. I like to fool around with fabric, PIECE blocks and make scraps into quilts.

Gnomemade said...

Thanks for organizing this! It's so much fun and I'm glad I had the chance to participate this year. Oh, and I'm from South Carolina!

Yours Truly said...

I live in GERMANY!! Well my husband and I are just stationed here for now. We've been here for 3 1/2 years already. I wanna win some stuff! Let me say thank you for hosting this also. I dont get to do quilt shows over here... I dont even have a fabric store! So its much much appreciated.

Alisa said...

Thanks for setting up the bloggers quilt festival, Amy. Super fun.

I'm Alisa from Chilliwack, BC, Canada.

dhblack said...

I think I finally got things right! Thanks for all the time you have put into organizing this for all of us out here who love to quilt and are not brave enough to show them off.

MonikaC said...

Thank you for hosting this very fun event!

Melissa said...

I have a post! I am in Green, Ohio, South of Cleveland, North of Canton. Thanks!

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a little bit biased said...

What a great idea. Thank you for taking the time to set this up. I look forward to start checking out the links to all this creativity!

Amber Johnson in Utah

Sarah Seitz said...

Hey Amy! This is my 2nd time participating in your Quilt Festival. I can't wait to snoop around and check out all the beautiful quilts! I'm from Seattle, Wa. Thanks for all your hard work on this!

Lynz said...

Amy, girl, hi! I'm all posted and am *trying* to have a lookie at everyone's wonderful efforts. There's so many! This is so cool and you're so smart - but you knew I thought that anyway, didn't ya?

Lynz Graham in Bonnie Scotland!!

Alyson said...

This is just so great! Thanks for hosting this again. I am Alyson from Minneapolis. I loved checking out all the quilts last spring and thrilled to have more at my fingertips...and what great giveways too!

West Michigan Quilter said...

This is my first time entering the festival. This is such fun. Can't wait to see all the beautiful quilts. Thanks for doing this.

West Michigan Quilter said...

Like I said, this is my first time for doing this and I did it wrong. My first link was wrong. I did it again and put in the correct link. Could you get rid of the first one. I'm so sorry.
Thanks. Caroll

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Amber said...

Thanks again for doing this Amy - can't wait to see everyone's quilts!

Shannon said...

What a fun idea! And it originated in my backyard practically! Thanks for all of your hard work to put this together! I know I will spend countless hours checking out everyone's blogs and projects. Shannon at "The Quilt Rack"

BROOKE said...

YEAH! My very first quilt show!
Thanks for hosting.

Tamela said...

Hi I'm Tammy from Phoenix Arizona.
It is going to be fun to look at all of these quilts!
Thanks for doing this Amy!

Robin said...

Hi Amy! Just wanted to let you know that I have joined the list! :)

Thanks so much for putting together this fabulous festival again. I had such a wonderful time in the Spring! I am really looking forward to all of the fabulous eye candy and great stories as I visit blogs over the next few days.

Robin said...

Doh! I forgot to add-- my name is Robin and I'm from Bothell, Washington. :)

Sara said...

I am in...

Sara from New Hampshire

http://fabricnfiberfanatic.com/?p=954

and, I love that you are doing this!!! Thanks...

Vivian said...

Thanks for all the organizing and energy to do this for the quilting world, Amy. It'll be great fun, just as it was last spring. Mr. Linky was my friend, I'm linked, and now I'm heading off to check out some new friends.

Behind My Picket Fence said...

I happened upon the quilt festival - what a great idea. I've already been surfing the links. I'm a Minnesota gal that's been quilting for many years.

RosaMaría said...

hi! i'm RosaMaría from Guadalajara, México and i'm a begginer quilter. Thanks to Amy for this amazing idea! thanks for the great opportunity to sharing!! happy quilting to everyone!

marciekoch said...

This is so fun! Here's my link: http://marciekoch.blogspot.com/2009/10/quilt-festival.html

I'm from Connell, WA. :)

paulette said...

Hi Amy!
Thanks so much for doing this! I am a relatively new quilter but I am having fun and learning so much with every quilt I make! Plus blogging has been a wonderful learning experience! I am from Victoria, BC Canada.
Paulette Doyle #178

Barbara Bieraugel said...

Aloha, I live, quilt and design quilt patterns in Hawaii. My quilt for the show was inspired by my cousin Arlette and friend Penny who both battled ovarian cancer. May all those that view my quilt give their wishes of hope for those suffering from this disease.
Barbara

Helen said...

Amy! You are such a amazing and brave woman for hosting this festival! Well done!!!! Lots of inspiration! Thank you. :) Helen (Perth, Australia)

BUMBLE BEANS said...

Oh my lord there are so many blgo9s to go look at! what have you done to me park city girl! You know I have to go check them all out!!!
;-)
well done! i think it's a hit!
;-)

Leslie said...

i am so excited about quilt festival...thanks for hosting again. i am from NY...i can not wait to go and look at everyone's post. i am going to have to pace myself.

Nuts To You! said...

I don't have a quilt to post...I haven't gotten that brave yet, but I am excited about viewing others' and the giveaways! I live in Southeastern PA where we are having a chilly autumn:)
Shawna

Maple said...

What a fun festival! So many beautiful quilts and projects.
I'm from Oklahoma.

Bec Clarke said...

Hi Amy,
I have just done my blog post and linked and am having a great time looking through the blogs. Thanks for a great festival of quilts, I am from Australia and am so happy to take part.

Stephanie said...

Thank you so much for having this online festival. I am fairly new to quilting and love all the inspiration!! I am from Pennsylvania.

Catherine said...

Thanks for hosting this great festival. So exciting! I didn't participate last time as I didn't have a blog. I'm from New Zealand and have added my link and the button to my sidebar.

byneedleandthread said...

Hi Amy,

I am so happy to participate this round. Such wonderful Quilts. Thank you so much for putting the show together.

I am from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Lorna said...

Thanks Amy for doing this again, it was such fun last time around. I have entered and linked and now I am going to visit all the sites.
What's better than visiting a quilt show in my jammies from my own home in WI. Your the best!!

Sherri said...

Thanks so much Amy! I really enjoyed this in the spring and know it will be tons of fun again! It's great to get everyone telling their quilt stories...and a perfect time to do this!

Julie said...

This is just a great idea. I added mine just for fun...

Julie in Salem, Oregon

SewnGracefully said...

Love this online show. Thx's for taking the time and putting them together. I am also so new at blogging. But find it so yummy..!! I am here in NE Ohio and enjoying the festival.

C. Jaeger said...

Thanks for organizing this! I'm from Warrensburg, Missouri. I will try to post a picture of the quilt taken in the natural light. We have had some very rainy days here, so my pics were taken in bad light with bad staging. I'll try to do better and then update my blog with better photos when I can. Thanks again, for the fun show.

Sequana said...

I'm number 165 in the lineup...I posted my qult pic from flickr. Now I'll hunt up the group and addit there.

Thx for all the work it takes to set up these quilt shows. Oh, and I'm from Chicago.

crossroadsquilts said...

Thanks for doing this, Amy (and sponsors)! I live in the Midwest where it has finally quit raining cats and dogs....

Bari
http://crossroadsquilts.wordpress.com/

Beth said...

oops forgot to leave my comment when I linked up to Mr. Linky :) Thanks for putting this all togehter again this Fall Amy - it's great to visit all the blogs and see all the wonderful quilts!

Becky said...

Thanks so much for hosting the Quilt Festival again this Fall. It's a great event. Just loved seeing the different quilts. I live in a suburb, north of Atlanta, very near Stone Mountain. I'm originally from south Louisiana. I have linked my blog post to Mr. Linky. I'm number 201. WOW!

Joanna said...

Neat. That's a lot of quilt inspiration.

Martha said...

Looking forward to sitting back and enjoying the show!! Thanks for organizing this quilt show and....my, my, what great sponsors you have! And lovely prizes!

Beth said...

Hi,
I messed up the first one by not reading the directions. Sorry....
Can you believe it? This is the first time I've ever let my quilt be judged by anybody.

Beth in Lexington, KY
Horse Capital of the World

jabeybaby said...

I added my favorite quilt! What fun! I live in the Tacoma, WA area.

Amy said...

You pulled it off again Amy! Loads of fun new blogs to discover. Thanks for all your hard work.

I was a bit of a doof and linked directly to my site instead of the post. I can't figure out how to delet myself and re-link. If you ever get around to it - I'm number 146 and here's the correct link: http://www.acommonplacelife.com/a-commonplace-life/2009/10/9/need-a-blog-make-over.html

Sorry!

Gene Black said...

Amy, I love the opportunity to post once more in the online quilt festival.
Thanks for reminding us to tell our stories. The stories connect us to our past, each other, and our future.

Brava to you!

CBear said...

I posted my quilt! My newest, and my first to be professionally quilted! YAY.

I have recently just moved to Chicago.

Linda Moran said...

What a great idea! I can't wait to spend time this weekend looking at all the goodies. I'm hooked!! Linda in Tucson, AZ

sewpam63 said...

Amy - thanks for this wonderful, amazing, fun opportunity!!! ; )

A Virtual Quilt Festival is brilliant!!! The ability to share globally is staggering and inspiring! I live in southeastern PA and will be enjoying the view from here!

quiltmom said...

HI Amy,
I participated in the spring quilt festival and had a great time. I loved looking at all the beautiful quilts.
I live in Edmonton Alberta Canada and am honored to show another quilt in your show.
Thank you so much for setting up the festival. It is going to be a wonderful success.
Regards from Western Canada,
Anna

Mia's Boys said...

Love your site, just found it! Novice quilter, expert fabric coveter. :)

Mia from California

Mia's Boys said...

Love your site, just found it! Novice quilter, expert fabric coveter. :)

Mia from California

Jan said...

Amy, thank you for hosting this. I'm link #65, which is wrong, but there was no smiley face for me to fix it, so I'm also #210. Sorry for this, but I'm sure you can fix it. I'm in Murrieta, CA.

Jen said...

I'm so excited to participate and see everyone's beautiful work.

Quilts on Bastings said...

In the initial confusion of linking I didn't leave a comment - so here goes. Thanks for organising the Blogger's Quilt Festival - I am thoroughly enjoying it. Thanks also to the sponsors.
Cheers,
Karen in Melbourne, Australia

MLE said...

Thanks so much, Amy, for taking the time to organize this. What a great way to see everyone else's great work!

I live in Missouri!

Thanks again!

live a colorful life said...

Amy, thanks for hosting this quilt festival again. So fun. I'm from Fresno, central California.

highwaycottage said...

Yay - back again.. Loved this last time.

Viv - Highway Cottage - New Zealand

Linda Augsburg said...

Though I'm a quilter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I'm actually posting this from Toronto. Of course, I messed it up and posted twice and I don't get a smiley face which I can use to delete it, so I'm sorry! Thank you SO much for organizing this--can't wait to see all of the other blogs!

Leah said...

Fab idea - thanks so much :)

Leah in Canberra, Australia

Marty said...

I'm from CA and have a quilt to add to the fall festival. I'm an iweb girl and can't seem to publish just now.

One Flew Over said...

Thanks for hosting Amy!! Just posted my entry.

Amy (aka domesticat) said...

Mine is 'star stories,' a quilt of donated fabrics made as a wedding present for a co-worker.

Wrap-up entry is here: http://domesticat.net/2009/10/quilt-festival-story-star-stories

Original flickr photoset is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/domesticat/sets/72157613043153779/

Amy (aka domesticat) said...

Mine is 'star stories,' a quilt of donated fabrics made as a wedding present for a co-worker.

Wrap-up entry is here: http://domesticat.net/2009/10/quilt-festival-story-star-stories

Original flickr photoset is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/domesticat/sets/72157613043153779/

Cara said...

Just got my post up. I'm loving looking at so many super talented quilters blogs. I can't wait to find my new favorite blogs.
Cara in Canada

jenny said...

A neat project - thanks for organizing.

Notjustnat said...

Hi Amy, I just added my link to the list and thanks so very much for organizing the BQF yet again. My blog is: http://notjustnat.blogspot.com/2009/10/bloggers-quilt-festival-my-antique-fans.html if you would like to have a look - Hugs Natima

Grams said...

I'm so excited to participate in the quilt festival. I live in Spring Hill TN. I've only been quilting for about 5 years but really do enjoy it although I do other kinds of sewing also. I retired from school teaching last May and moved her over the summer. Am still working on getting settled in and looking forward to having lots more time to spend with my sewing machine (and my family). Can't wait to look at all these quilts.
Vail Neal

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Milly said...

All posted and linked
http://thetinwhistle.blogspot.com/2009/10/well-loved-crazy-lady.html

sibylle said...

Hi Amy,

I am a new blogger and relatively new to quilting as well, but thought I would be game enough to enter anyway :)

My name is Sibylle, I live in beautiful Perth in Western Australia but am originally fom Munich, Germany.

Off to look at lots of links now!

Thanks for organizing this :)
Sibylle

Joyful Quilter said...

Thanks for setting up such a fun festival. I love seeing all the quilts from all over the world.

Joy from Roseville, CA

Cindy said...

Wow - so many links, so much inspiration, so little time! Posted about making my first quilt, at mayhemmusicandmore.blogspot.com

I am from west central Florida, about 45 minutes north of Tampa. Thanks, Amy, for organizing this quilt festival.

Heather said...

What a terrific idea! I'm having such a good time looking at all these quilts and reading some awesome quilt stories. Thanks for making it possible!

Michelle said...

Amy, Thank you so much for all you've done for this fantastic event. You are amazing.

sibylle said...
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bellsjo said...

Thank you for hosting this festival - what fun! I was not able to join in the Spring one due to not having made any quilts so I am really pleased to be able to join in this time around! I am from Warwickshire in the UK.

Shari said...

Hi Amy

I've posted my favourite quilt - the first one I ever made. I live in Perth, Western Australia! I've added the URL to Mr Linky.

Thanks for hosting such an interesting event with so many neat blogs to look at!

Cheers - Shari

Quiltefia said...

Hi!! Thank you for doing this!!This is so fun!! The best from AnneK, Oslo. Norway

dillpickle said...

Hi Amy,

I'm Anna from Melbourne, Australia. I've posted my first quilt, finished a couple of months ago. Thanks for the opportunity to participate in something fun and big, even if I am completely outclassed ;-)

Quilter said...

Hi There, I am a 25 year old quilter from Sydney Australia! This is such a great idea and I am so glad I can be a part of it! Thanks!

Blue Is Bleu said...

So glad I decided to participate :) Thanks for hosting this Amy!!

qusic said...

your great online festival was eaderly awaited, thank you for hosting, so much inspiration!!
Christiane from Germany

Quinta da Quilter said...

This is so cool - again!! So much to see!! Such a treat!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

From Cascais, Portugal

Cathy said...

Thanks so much Amy for hosting this wonderful virtual quilt show again this year...for all the work you put into it, and how much fun we get out of it!! My post is up and linked,
Cathy xo

nicolette said...

Hi Amy, thanks for hosting this wonderful event again.

I posted a very favourite quilt I made:
http://dutchcomfort.wordpress.com/2009/10/10/pinktoberfest-day-10-quilt-festival-fall-2009/

I look forward to reading all those posts and amiring the quilts!

die-fadenwerkstatt said...

Wow, so many participants. It will take ages to view them all! Goodbye household, goodbye children - I have to go to that quilt festival first!
Today I have posted my quilt. I am from Germany.

Hedgehog said...

This is such a fabulous idea. I had so much fun back in April, I've been really looking forward to this second round! Thanks again!

Julia said...

Hi Amy..
I've joined up too...thanks so much for all the fun..
Julia ♥

die-fadenwerkstatt said...

Sorry, I am there two times because I forgot to link the specific post.
Amy, thank you so much for organising this terrific quilt show. I have never been on a real one but this is even better as you can take a cuppa and enjoy (and its better for your feet :-))

Rafael's Mum said...

Hi Amy, I missed the first festival, only just starting on the blogs at that time but wouldn't want to miss this one!

thanks for organising it, it's fab! Just wrote my entry and looking forward to looking at the other quilts.

you may know me from old red barn group but just in case, I am from Ramsgate in the UK. xo

Carol said...

Amy,

Thanks for doing this show. Now I will have to go and see everyone's quilts.

Carol
Maine in the summer - Florida in winter

Aimee said...

I love what you are doing here! I am a Texas girl who has to travel an hour just to get to a decent fabric store or Target. Thanks for all the work you've put in here--it's great fun!

Anita said...

Hi Amy! I just listed my quilt in the Blogger Quilt Festival. Thank you for organizing the whole event. I am from Athens, GA, 70 miles eas of Atlanta.

Best wishes,
Anita

Katrin said...

Great, my first Quilt festival! It is funny to look at all the interesting Quilts!

Thank you! Katrin from Germany

Beth said...

Yay for Blogger's Quilt Festival! I'm in southeastern Ohio.

Carrie P. said...

Hi Amy,
I have just done a post about my favorite quilt. It is exciting to see all the participants.
I am from the Piedmont area of the beautiful state of North Carolina.
Thanks for the Festival now I am off to see the quilts.

Ann J said...

Hello Amy!

Just posted my entry for the Fall Festival - thank you so much for running it again, I did so enjoy the Spring festival!.......Luv Ann J, Brittany, France

6p010536ae293d970c said...

Just entered! Thanks for organizing this - it's great! And just in time for my first quilt. :) I'm Jen from Washington, DC.

6p010536ae293d970c said...

Just entered! Thanks for organizing this - it's great! And just in time for my first quilt. :) I'm Jen from Washington, DC.

6p010536ae293d970c said...

Just entered! Thanks for organizing this - it's great! And just in time for my first quilt. :) I'm Jen from Washington, DC.

Petit Debutant said...

Thanks for setting up the quilt festival. This will get me through winter!

I'm in Alabama

Simona said...

Hi Amy,
I posted my quilt choice on my blog and thank you for the fun of this Festival!

Emily said...

Thank you so much for hosting this! - Emily from TN

QuiltSue said...

How on EARTH am I meant to get any work done with all these fantastic quilts to look at? Thanks for organising this show, it's a fantastic idea.

I am from West Yorkshire in the UK.

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smile and wave said...

What a great big community! And we're all so talented, too! Keep up the wonderful and inspiring hosting, Park City Girl.-
Terri in North Carolina

cozy quilter said...

Thanks for hosting another Online Quilt Festival. It is so much fun to see everyone's projects! I can just sit at my computer, drink some tea and enjoy!

Gail in Ontario, Canada

Nikki said...

Hi! Nikki from Denver, here :) This is SO much fun, thanks so much for hosting! I can't wait to see every quilt posted! :)

Georgina said...

Whoa! There goes the weekend, leaping from quilt to quilt! I have posted two linked quilts - both for my daughter's 21st - one a silk disaster she received when aged 24! and a cotton consolation prize soon after!!

Jane said...

What a great idea ,Amy!
I am Jane from Janesville in Wisconsin!

atbquilting said...

I'm doing pretty well at keeping up with the quilts as they are posted. What a fun idea and it helps find new blogs.

To satisfy your curiosity, I'm in Colorado.

Susan/FlossieBlossoms said...

Thanks for all your hard work,Amy! I've been missing you at the quilt along and now I know why.

I blogged about my newest quilt (added to Mr. Linky) and I can't wait to go look at everyone else's!

I'm in Eureka Springs, AR and it's downright chilly here this morning in the Ozarks.

Quiltluver said...

Thanks for hosting this Amy. This is my first time posting,and I'm enjoying all of the other posts. Such talent there is out there. Karen from Michigan.

Trish Preston said...

Hi...I've written my post and scheduled it to go up on the 12th (I just posted today already before I found this).

I'm from Columbus, OH and heard about this from one of my blog readers in Canada.

Looks like fun, thanks so much! The prizes - holy moly! amazing...would love the blog makeover!!

Lollydo said...

Dear Amy,
Thanks again for doing this wonderful, full of detailed filled, stressful festival! You have been an inspiration for me to try new things and stretch myself. Using your God given talents for others makes Him smile. Thanks from Southern California

Judy Alexander said...

What a great way to 'meet' other artist! Thanks.

karenfae said...

I so enjoyed looking at the quilts last time that I decided to do it again. So many wonderful quilts. I hope I posted mine right. I am in Arkansas USA
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Cherie said...

Thank you so much for doing this! It is so great to see what everyone is busy working on, these quilts are amazing!!
Cherie
Fort Collins, CO. USA

Shelly said...

Love the bloggers quilt show! I'm in. :-) Thanks for hosting.

Candi said...

Wow. This is great and i can't wait to check out every single blog.

Miss Nancy said...

What a great idea for a quilt show - online so all can see. It is great to share. i have or am trying to post Mexican Stars. I have posted this quilt at http://teaandquilts.blogspot.com Hope that my link goes there.

Miss Nancy in the St. Louis area, home of the St. Louis Cardinals.

audreypawdrey said...

I love your quilt festivals! I have added my entry and I am in Denver, CO, USA.:)

Kris said...

What great prizes! I'm excited to get my quilt post all set. Thanks for hosting!! I'm in Rochester, NY.

LuAnn Kessi said...

LuAnn Kessi from Oregon
What a great way to share our quilts and a little bit of ourselves. Thanks for taking the time to get this all organized. I have been following your lovely blog for some time now. Wishing you continued success in all you do.
LuAnn in Oregon
http://luannkessi.blogspot.com/

Mary-Kay said...

Wow! I can't believe how many quilts have been entered already. You are great to be hosting this again. It's loads of fun and very inspiring. Have a great weekend!

Mary-Kay said...

Oh yeah, I should have said I'm from Windsor ON Canada and I love this quilt show. Thanks again for hosting this.

Lynn said...

Amy, thanks for hosting the quilt festival. I have blogged about my quilt for the festival. There are so many beautiful quilts!

quiltcetera said...

Thank you so much for doing this fabulous Blogger's Quilt Festival! I've really enjoyed looking at other people's beautiful quilts.

quiltcetera said...

Oops! I forgot to mention that I am from Edmonton, Alberta Canada. :)
Thanks again!
Bradie

Wendy said...

Great idea-I love seeing the delicious quilts. Time to get sewing!

Wendy
SF Bay Area CA

ParisMaddy said...

Merci Beaucoup, Amy, for this fabulous idea. I'm looking forward to many happy ART moments.

Best wishes from Kentucky.

Madeline

ROZ said...

What fun to join in the Blogger's Festival again! I entered a medallion quilt this year. I made a few other things this year that I'm very proud of, but this is the most colorful one. Thanks Park City Girl!

Gretchen said...

Thanks so much for hosting this quilt festival again!! It's going to take me awhile to see everyone's blog posts--a BIG festival!!!! I'm number 289!!!

jodie said...

So much fun! I just posted mine.
Jodie, WV usa

jodie.marie
@verizon.net

Allie said...

Hi Amy, thanks for doing this again, wow what a lot of work for you but such a treat for us! I've posted on my blog, and linked to Mr. Linky, and fixed the button on my blog to come to this post. I'm in Michigan, and loving meeting quilters from all over the world!

why not sew? said...

the quilt festival is so fun. thanks for hosting it.

Diane J. Evans said...

Let's hope that #347 is a lucky comment! Thanks so much for providing us with this great opportunity, Amy -- what fun!

Diane

imquilternity said...

I'm having just as much fun this Festival as I did last Spring. Thanks so much, Amy, for hosting this wonderful event. Even though I usually don't attend Quilt Market in Houston (I only attend Spring Market), I certainly don't feel left out! Give yourself a huge "pat on the back" from me...you certainly deserve it! I'm in Thousand Oaks, CA, btw.

Ruth said...

Hi Amy, I'm so glad I found out about this just in time. I'm in Victoria, BC, Canada and I'm # 129. In honour of the festival I'm doing a small giveaway from my blog at http://textisle.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/fall-quilt-festival/

Steffi´s Candy Quilts said...

Hello Amy!
Thank you for this wonderful idea! I read about it only yesterday and hurried to take part of the festival! I am from Germany and my blog is quite new and small, but I hope the visitors will enjoy my lone star quilt.

Greetings from Ahaus (Germany), Steffi

Quilt Hollow said...

Hi there...Mary here at Quilt Hollow! I've posted this quilt recently on my blog but thought why not again for those who will be scouring the quilts and who may have missed it. I plan to give this little quilt away soon.
I live in NC.

raven7srv said...

Such a great idea!
Raven in Santa Barbara

crazyqsis said...

Hello I am from Canada. I think this is a great idea. beautiful stuff. I would love to be entered in your give away.

Melisa Bakos

Frieda said...

Hi Amy, I have been following your blog for awhile and really love it. Thank you for having this quilt festival. I live In Texas and will be going to International Quilt Festival next week.

jodi @ Pleasant Home said...

Yeah I posted my quilt! I am so excited to take some time tomorrow and click on every single link! Can't wait to see everyone's quilt. Thanks Amy for hosting! So much fun! ooxx`jodi

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

What a great idea. Cant wait to browse through all the wonderful quilts. I live in central Utah, USA. Thanks for hosting.

Marianne said...

Sorry, I forgot to do a post yesterday, but I've got one today! I live on the hot, humid, West coast of Florida!

Teresa said...

Thanks Amy for doing something so fun for all of us!

Teresa from New Mexico

Lisa said...

Thank you so much for doing this, this is awesome and it's great to see so many other quilts! I am from Findlay, Ohio and have posted my Decadent Victorian quilt. Have a great say!

Stephanie said...

This is totally rocking my world! LOVE IT!!!

Candi said...

forgot to add that I'm from southern NJ.

Cathy W said...

Hurray!
I love this Blogger's Quilt Festival!
Hoping many of you can make it to Houston (or one of the other Quilt Festival locations) next year!

Cathy W of Winter Wanderings, in Houston TX

Care said...

Thanks for hosting the festival! It is so fun to see what quilters around the world are creating!

-Care in UT

Laura said...

Hi, this is the first time I show one of my quilts internationally, and I'm very excited \(*O*)/ Thanks a lot for this great idea, there are not a lot of quiltshows here in Mexico I'll be checking all the quilts as soon as possible, I think it will be a grat experience.

Kristan said...

What fun is this!!! Totally excited!

Kristan in AZ

AnnieO said...

Amy, Another wonderful event--thank you so much for putting it together, and thanks to all the wonderful sponsers--what great prizes! I look forward to seeing many quilts and have posted my link. I am in Ventura, California!

Dorothy said...

Hi Amy,
Thank you for organizing and hosting this event.

Busy Little Quilter said...

Hi, Amy! I posted my link in the Mr. Linky box.

Thank you so much for doing this. I know a lot of work went on behind the scenes. I have chaired quilt shows in real life, so I'm sure chairing a quilt show in blogland is hard work, too.

Thanks, again!

Amanda

Rachel said...

Hi Amy,
This is so much fun. I'm going to post about the first big-ish quilt I ever made. I'm still hoping to one day make my 'favourite' quilt.

Take care,
Rachel (Alberta, Canada)

Jessica said...

Hi Amy, I came across your blog through another blog, that I found on Live Journal. I just added my blog post to the Quilt Festival. This festival is such a good idea. I am going to sit here all day long looking and reading about all the quilts that are on the list! So many talented people! Thanks for coming up with this! I plan to keep up with your blog and participate next time too! :)

-Jessica

PS: I live in New Hampshire!

Robin said...

yay! its festival time again! I was trying to finish my new big quilt by today, but I can't finish it! But at least I still have something to show!

Robin from Hertford, NC

Tisha said...

Love this idea! Added my site. :}

taylorsoutback said...

Forgot to mention way back in the comments...I live in the Northwoods of Wisconsin and we had snow this morning...
Go Packers and just wait 'til the Vikes come to Lambeau in November...
:o)

Julie in WA said...

Hi! I live in the Seattle, WA area, and I love love love this quilt festival! Thank you so much for organizing and hosting this. YOU deserve a prize, but I don't know what it could be. Thanks to your generous sponsers for the giveaways as well.

Rachel said...

Thanks so much for hosting this! I've added my link (number 328) - Rachel in Melbourne, Australia.

Rita said...

Thanks for doing this again! I recently made my way thru the last list. It's so fun to see what everyone else is making, not to mention inspiring!

Rita
TF, Idaho

Dotti said...

I'm in and from Northern Nevada close to the Sierra Foothills!

Janice said...

Thanks for hosting this, Amy! So many beautiful quilts for inspiration. I just added a link to mine. I live in Los Angeles, but I am an East Coast Girl.

Maria said...

Hi! This is fantastic and I just wants to joun the fun. Maria from Denmark.

TJ and Whitnee said...

I entered my quilt! Thanks for hosting this fun festival!

~Whitnee from Heber, UT

Sew Bee It said...

Thank you so much, Amy, for doing this. It's such fun to feel like I'm connected to so many others in quilting! It really is like having a family:) And I certainly joined in again this time, wouldn't miss it!

Karamat said...

Thanks for hosting this again! I love looking through everyone's quilts!!!

Tammy
Sugar Land, Texas

kheli said...

Hi! I am posting my favorite quilt to be a part of the festival. This is a great idea! My blog is rememberyourkarma.blogspot.com. I am located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina, USA. Thanks for organizing this, I really enjoy seeing the beautiful quilts and meeting other blog-quilters.

julieQ said...

I am from Texas, by way of Colorado. I am showing my newest plaid madness quilt. Thank you for doing this, it is fun to see everyone's creativity!

Julie said...

Great viewing. Thanks Amy from Julie S....Australia. Just put in my entry.

Lynn said...

Thank you so much for doing this. I'm here in North Carolina where it's very warm and humid today. A little rainy so it was a good day to check out some of the wonderful quilts. I love reading the stories, admiring so many beautiful works.

Heather said...

You are sweet to gather all this inspiration together (especially for brand new babies like me).

greenbuttonstudio said...

Wow... I can't believe how many quilting bloggers there are... it's amazing! There are almost more sites to visit than days in a year!!! SO MUCH FUN!!
giselle in L.A.

Sarah said...

I read about your festival and decided on a whim to link one of my quilts. Thanks for having this awesome event. I'm very excited to read about all the quilts here. This is a terrific idea.
I'm from Texas, and my quilt definitely has a story. A close friend who lives in RI and I made two of these quilts as a friendship project. Then we gave the quilts to our husbands. These are the second pair of quilts we have made together. I'm not a seasoned quilter; only three quilts that I can take credit for. But I'm a long time passionate quilt collector and appreciate the work that goes in to these wonderful textiles. Thanks again! ~ Sarah

Tam said...

Thank you Amy for "doing" this great festival again!
Tammy from PA

Quilter In Paradise said...

How fun! I have seen so many beautiful quilts,,, a great way to spend a day - getting inspired!
Thanks Amy!
Beth in Dallas

Deborah Raymond said...

I just posted my own quilt link, plus, my link has a tutorial with it! Bonus!Thanks for the fun. I'm from Salt Lace City.

Shona said...

Thanks for doing this! It inspired me to go through old pictures and remember all the quilts I've made. Really took me down memory lane. Thanks again! Shona from Northern CA

Magnolia Designs said...

Kathy from Winnipeg, MB Canada. Fairly new to quilting, but love it so much. Thanks for doing this quilt festival, so clever!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Fantastic job Amy..thank you so much I have done my post and the link...and I am from the fantastic little town Narromine in Australia..

Quilts on Bastings said...

Hi,
In the initial confusion of linking I thought I had left a comment but it does not appear to be there, so here goes. Thanks for organising the festival - I am thoroughly enjoying going through the list!
Karen from Melbourne, Australia

Cathi said...

Ooh, this is going to be such fun!! I've posted my entry and linked. Thanks for doing this again.
Cathi in Toronto, Canada

Cristina said...

Ciao, ci sono dei quil meravigliosi grazie per questa magnifica iniziativa......
Cristina Bergamo Italia

Andy said...

Thank you for hosting this, and thank you to all of the sponsors! This is the first time I've participated in the quilt festival and I love the idea!
--Andy from Utah

Renee said...

what a lovely idea - I have just posted my most recently finished quilt!

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