Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Skip the Borders - Blog Book Tour, Days 15 & 16

We are coming to the end of my Blog Book Tour!

Friday's post was by Angela Walters who quilted 14 of the 15 quilts in my book!

Monday's post was by John of Quilt Dad fame.

...and don't forget to come back here tomorrow for my post. I have LOTS of fun goodies to share with you!!

In Between from Skip the Borders

© Blog post written by Julie Herman
For more information visit http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/


VickiT said...

Ooh I didn't see John on the list of stops so I guess I'd better get over to his blog too.

Thanks for the heads up Julie.

Nancy Page said...

Thank you for the book tour! Great fun!

Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

robin said...

very awesome giveaway! thanks for chance to win one of these fabulous prizes! I always wanted to be a teacher...of highschoolers, no less. But, I turned into a nurse instead. Now retired, I'm happily letting my creativity take the lead. And I have to add I'm inspired by you. Thank you for that, too.

Margarita said...

I think I have done all the growing up I need to do, growing thinner is on my list at the moment, and coping on my own.
Thanks for a chance to win.

JoyceLM said...

I've loved reading & books & libraries since I was very young, so I always wanted to be a librarian. And I made it - I was a librarian for 30 years & retired almost 10 years ago. Some of my favorite things to read now are quilt books. Thanks for the chance to win.

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Unknown said...

I always wanted a job that was unique and fun. So pilot fit that criteria , i became pilot but not as a career now I am an aircraft dispatcher. I get to be home everynight but still work in the industry I love. I would love to win one of your amazing projects!!! Thanks merisa.

golo8 said...

Wanted to be in the Nave, but ended up a Motel Owner, wife and mother. Love your quilts


Julie, All the Kudo's to you, you are amazing! I love what you have done to this simple triangle, taking them to new heights. It is a design I use often in my work, and thanks to you I can enhance them. I dont have the time, inclination or energy to design, but I do have the time, energy and enthusiasm to make quilts. Your latest Toes in the Sand BOTM quilt is wonderful. Whoever does your quilting, did a great job too (I am a longarm quilter as well). May you continue to be enthused to create such great ideas. Well done. From your new fan in Israel, TerryM.