Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Win This Book!

Today is Day One of the Blog Book Tour. Be sure to go to Sue's blog to learn more and then skip on over to visit Hazel as she is first to give away a copy! Then remember to come back over to my blog tomorrow for another chance to win a copy here! I'll be writing my post later today and was thinking of some creative way of choosing the winner. How well do you know Sue Abrey at Quilt Times and the author of this awesome book? I'm just sayin.....go on over to Sue's blog and meet Sue!

18 comments:

Needled Mom said...

I follow Sue and she IS awesome.

Carrie P. said...

off to start the tour. Sue is new to me, as are some of the bloggers on the list.

Lyn said...

Thank you for telling us- have just popped over for a visit..

Rosa said...

I follow Sue and she is adorable

Loris said...

Looks like a great book! I will be back tomorrow for your host day:-)

Jayne said...

Sue is so good to leave comments on my blog - almost every post, even the ones that are really dull! I would love a chance to win this bool. If I don't get to be one of the lucky ones, I will undoubtedly end up buying it at some point~
Jayne
jaynesquiltingroom.blogspot.com

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Isn't it a great book? I'm looking forward to your post.

jennifer gail said...

I follow Sue and I would love to own a copy:)

pcflamingo said...

I follow Sue, and agree - she's great!

Mystica said...

Going over . Thanks for the heads up.

hueisei said...

I am following the book tour!!

Hazel said...

Hiya Mary - thank you for pointing your lovely readership my way yesterday!

I had a wonderful day, and I'm sure that you will too - I'm looking forward to seeing your take on Pick Four!

Susan D said...

I'd like to enter your drawing for a book. Yes, Sue's blog is new to me, and now I'm a follower. After all, we're both Sues. And she's a long arm quilter-- found that out. And yes, I am too, so I'm always interested to see how quilts are quilted.

Teri said...

Well.....back to the United States.... I would have loved to stay in the UK longer, but.......we must forge ahead.
I have followed Sue's blog and enjoy it. Do you have to be a blogger to join the Christmas quilt a long?

Deb Paris said...

Sue is new to me, and her book is inspiring. Can't wait to see more of her creations.

kathy said...

She is from the UK! I love how quilting is transcultural!

Tonya said...

What I have learned from Sue--that Christmas is best spent all year long! Even when I couldn't join in on sewing I always watch her Christmas posts and play Christmas music. My family thinks I am crazy but that is nothing new.
Sounds like this book is a good one Sue!

Quiltin' Sandy said...

Hi I already follow Sue, she lives in the U.K. in West Yorkshire, and she has posted a lovely picture of her cat Dorothy posing on a quilt. :)
I love the quilt you have made!!
I need all the inspiration I can get! :)