I Love Instagram! That is how I came to know Teresa and felt a instant connection. I am a longarmer as well and could tell that she was special while watching her develop a individual style, that blew me away.
This past March I was fortunate to take two of Teresa's classes. The personal connection we had through I/G had now filtered through in person. She is a joy to be with and so very talented.
In her classes we learned many of the designs that are included in this book. I enjoy how you can play with a few designs or combine as many as you like to create fantastic quilts. This books includes a step-by-step process of creating the motifs, the importance of drawing designs and projects that you can create to play with these lovely designs. Plus a added surprise was a beautiful Photo Gallery with tips.
As a longarmer, I highly recommend Teresa's book however it is a wonderful book for the domestic quilter as well.
Teresa has graciously given me the opportunity to Giveaway a workbook to one of you! I will announce winner on the last day of the Blog Hop 10/17--Good Luck my Friends!
I have been following Cheryl on Instagram at cheryllynchquilts and her blog at CherlyLynchQuilts.blogspot.com for awhile and can detect her fun spirited personality though her posts, plus seeing how much she loves COLOR. Check her out!
I had the privilege to quilt Funkytown that is being displayed in her booth #443 at QuiltCon this weekend. While you are there you will also see other amazing quilts she created with this ruler. I understand that she caused a frenzy of activity while in Houston this past fall and you might want to stop by and see her early before it goes wild.
Cheryl used Tula Pinks Tabby Road which was so much fun and colorful.
If you want to see Funkytown touring Key West , click Here.
Now, my guess is Cheryl is a hoot and I know she is a amazing quilter who likes to have fun. This photo is from her post.
And to all you girls that were at BOAF-stop by her booth and say hello!
Over the past several months it has been easier to hang out on Instagram. Having two businesses plus adding in everyday life, I have been slacking on the blogging world. Truth be told it is just takes less time, with one click to Instagram and Facebook---- ta-da....... posted!
I am sure all of you that are on Instagram realize the convenience this little gem of social media offers! However with that being said I do like the detailed posts and selection of photos that blogging offers that makes it more personal.
Since many read this and have not joined the I/G world yet I am going to bring my life quilty life up to date with just the sewing and quilting related I/G photos. There are several personal photos there too but you can check that out on I/G. Also the captions for these photos are on I/G too.