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Quilting on the Go --Blog Tour!

Today my book is finally on sale in the US and Canada!  To kick off the blog tour, Lesly of Stitch Literate  has one copy of the book to give away so hurry over there and leave a comment!
(you can see a photo of Lesly's 60-degree diamond star quilt on p. 12 with a close up on p. 26.)


She is also showing off her newly finished Rose Star quilt top which is truly amazing~

For the next week and a half you can follow the tour as it stops at these great blogs:


June 11     Lesly at Stitch Literate                http://pickledish.blogspot.com
June 12     Clare at Selfsewn                       http://selfsewn.blogspot.com/
June 13     Christina at A Few Scraps           http://afewscraps.blogspot.com/
June 14     Victoria @ Bumblebeans             http://bumblebeansinc.blogspot.com/
June 15     Amanda Jean at Crazymomquilts   http://www.crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/
June 16     Laura at Quokka Quilts                http://quokkaquilts.blogspot.com/
June 17     Lucy at Charm About You            http://www.charmaboutyou.com/
June 18     Katy at I'm A Ginger Monkey          http://www.imagingermonkey.blogspot.com/
June 19     Ara Jane at What Ara Jane Loves    http://whatarajaneloves.blogspot.com/
June 20     Kathy at Pink Chalk Studio Blog      http://www.pinkchalkstudio.com/blog/
June 21     Jessica at Life Under Quilts (ME!)       http://lifeunderquilts.blogspot.com/
 
AND, Paperpieces.com is offering 20% off your entire shopping cart (no minimum purchase) with the coupon code: UNDER20

I'll be working on a few EPP projects during the tour, sharing my progress here and on instagram.  If you have been stitching anything or are starting something new, please leave a comment and let us check it out!

Comments

  1. Yay at last Jess!
    I'm all ready to go, just keep me away from the publish button!!

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  2. YEAH!! Congratulations Jess! The copy I ordered has arrived and I am utterly in love! So many wonderful projects and things I didn't know! It is so very well written and totally inspiring, you're brilliant :)

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  3. Jess -

    I just ordered your book and can't wait to get it!

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  4. Jessica, congratulations!!!!!!!!!!! I wish you all the best on the release of your book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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