Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE

I'm sure you will agree, the online quilting community has provided us all with a limitless source of inspiration and encouragement. Julie from JulieLou and I decided that we needed a regular mid-week link up to share WiPS and finishes. And to keep us on track with our projects too.
So we have created Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE - basically  sew and stitch each week, snap a photo or three, and share it to our link which we will co-host each fortnight.

While Julie & I both differ in our quilting styles, we do both love writing and reading blogs, and don't want them to disappear for the quicker more instant options of showing our photos off.

A little bit about us -
Julie loves colour, bold prints and EPP. She also likes to do a lot of hand quilting and is currently dabbling in felt applique and embroidery . . . as well as cooking and baking mouthwatering food. Check out her blog if you haven't already.
And my style is . . . well, lots of colour too, with a nod to traditional and vintage design. I'm always looking for ways to use up my precious pieces, I tend to jump from one project to another, and I love an eclectic mix of modern, florals, vintage and plaids.

Join us fortnightly on aWednesday for Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE.
You can write as much or as little about your project as you like, or simply let your photos do the talking. When you link up your blog post, we ask that you link back to us somewhere in your post please. Julie and I have decided to share the commenting on linked blog posts, so as long as you aren't a no-reply blogger you will receive a comment from either one of us.
We hope you enjoy this link up, read some new posts, and make some new blog friends.

And if you are wondering why is it that so many bloggers are questioning whether to continue on or to close down their blogs, maybe pop over here to read Julie's thoughts on 'why blog?'

Keeping the love of blogging alive
Linda & Julie

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I'm looking forward to posting on your Sew, Stitch, Snap, Share blog posts. I would like to put your button on my blog for other people to find you. Do you have the HTML code for your button that will take readers back to you?


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