Thursday, February 10, 2011

Scrap-Basket Sensations Blog Tour Day 1


I'm super excited to post today about Kim Brackett's recent book,  Scrap-Basket Sensations: More Great Quilts from 2 1/2" Strips .  Scrap-Basket Sensations is Kim's second book (her first book was Scrap-Basket Surprises: 18 Quilts from 2-1/2 inch Strips (That Patchwork Place), and both books are published by Martingale & Company. (Along with introducing you to the book I get to give away a copy)!!!


As you can see, I've already started on the cover quilt, "Picnic!" I plan on using fabric from Central Park along with some scraps from my stash. The blocks have been easy to piece and go together quickly.  This has been a fun quilt to work on...you can't finish a block without wanting to start another!



 Next on my list is "Over and Under."  I'm planning to make this quilt with Amy Butler fabrics!  One thing I love about all the quilts in Kim's book is the little box titled "Cutting from Scraps" at the start of each pattern.  Kim let's you know exactly how many pieces you need if you'd like to make the quilt from scraps rather than using jelly rolls (of course, she also gives directions for using pre-cut jelly roll strips which really saves on cutting time).

I had a few questions for Kim which she kindly answered for my stop on the tour...

Me: Which comes first, the fabric or the design?
Kim:  The design always comes first. I don't have enough confidence to cut into fabric without a plan!


Me: How do you sketch your designs--graph paper or computer or by playing around with the fabric?
Kim: I enjoy playing with Electric Quilt software to draw the blocks, then trying out different arrangements to see what happens. Sometimes adding different elements, such as a pieced sashing or an alternate block, reveals a totally different design that I would never have imagined. As I "color" the design with fabrics, I keep in mind different fabric collections I'd like to use, or a color scheme that I like.


Me: What is your favorite block?
Kim: My favorite block is Scrap-Basket Paddlewheel. It was one of those "accidental" designs, and it was really fun to make. The sample quilt was made from scraps of fabrics from some of my favorite Moda designers (some of the fabrics going back to the 90s!).


Me: Do you have a favorite quilt in the book?
Kim:It's impossible for me to choose a favorite -- each one is special to me for different reasons. My favorite quilt to work on was Bali Breeze. I enjoyed piecing it (no points to match!), and I enjoyed working with all the beautiful batik fabrics.


Me: Do you have a favorite quilting "tip" to share?
Kim: You don't have to use every strip in a Jelly Roll or Bali Pop. Sometimes I use the darkest strips with a single light background fabric, saving the lighter strips for a future project. I also like to mix and match fabric collections to create a "scrappier" look. Some of my favorite quilts you've shared on your blog, Sherri, are the ones that combine different fabric collections. As a lover of scrap quilts, the more fabrics I can squeeze in, the better!


            (The quilt above is "Scrap-Basket Paddle Wheel," which contains the block Kim mentioned as her favorite)!
 I'd really like to thank Kim for the inspiration she shares through her books and her blog--she's just amazing!  I remember leaving a comment with a question on Kim's blog over a year ago, and she took the time to not only fully answer my question but also to give me some great ideas and insights...I've always appreciated and remembered that!  I know you'll love this book AND be inspired to create your own "Scrap-Basket Sensations!

Be sure to stop by all of these blogs for their day on the tour (tomorrow's stop is with Mary)...and leave a comment on this post if you'd like to win a copy of Kim's book!

Sherri at A Quilting Life - February 10th (today...here)!
Mary at Quilt Hollow - February 11th
Stephanie at Loft Creations - February 12th
Nicole at Sister's Choice Quilts - February 13th
Millie at Millie's Quilting - February 14th
Sinta at Pink Pincushion - February 15th
Darlene at Quilting Daze - February 16th
Karen at Nana Girl Quilts - February 17th
Sue at Quilt Times - February 18th
Carol at Brown Quilts - February 19th

Have a wonderful day!

EDIT:  Comments for this post are now closed...a winner will be announced on Monday, February 14th.  Thanks again!

Congrats to Deserae who won the copy of the book...I'll be sending you an e-mail!


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Miss 376 said...

What lovely projects, love the look of Scrap-Basket Paddle Wheel

Laurie in Maine said...

Excellent blog tour kick-off. I want to open the book to see the rest! :)

Quilt Azubi said...

Sherri, thanks for sharing your thoughts! :))

greetings from germany
Kat

Q said...

I would love to win a copy of the book Sherri. Love the Central Park Picnic Quilt and FYI I am busy with my first jelly roll quilt myself (using Amy Butler's Daisy Chain) like your next one!

The first time I have ever made flying geese blocks - if you get a chance you can check out my progress so far on my blog.

Susan said...

This looks like a really great book. I like that she gives instructions for using scraps from stash as well as jelly rolls, and I enjoyed reading your interview with the author.

Annemariesquilt said...

I would love to a book like this ;-))

coconblanc said...

This book seems to be a "must have". Great Quilt today with that ocean colours.
Kind regards Gabi (from Germany)

Lizzie said...

I have Kim's first book and I love it so the chance to win this one is wonderful...
Lizzie
xxx

Speaking many languages all at the same time! said...

I love the thought of using jelly rolls for this. I just learned about them and realize how much of a time saver they are. I live in Europe full time so I don't get to go to JoAnn or other quilt fabric stores. When I saw these on a visit in August, I thought - whatever are these for... that was one of those "duh" moments. Now I know! Love your blog!

Victoria said...

I have Kim's first book and I love it. The second one looks like "a must" for scrap lovers (like myself) too. Love your blog too and your first day of blog tour is wonderful.
Cheers,
Victoria in Czech Republic

Patchwork and Play said...

Any quilter, new, inexperienced, old or experienced would love a copy...and so would I!!! Love the scrappy quilts!

Suzan said...

I would love a copy of the book! My quilting circle does a project every year where we share fabric and then we each make a scrap quilt. It would be great to try a new pattern (or 2 or 6)!

Treasa said...

I would love to win a copy of this book. I love Central Park also. I just need to find a pattern to use it with.

Rose said...

Love that Scrap Basket Paddle Wheel and would love to win the book.

jean said...

Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter the draw for the book. I love the look of the quilt you are making from the cover

Béa said...

I love scraps quilts and would love to win this book. XOXO

Melanie said...

Thanks for the chance to win! This definitely looks like a book I would love to have. I really need to do something about my scraps!

Ned's Place said...

I'm looking forward to visiting all the blogs on this book hop to see more of the quilts inside this book.What you've shown today is lovely.

cheers nerida

deserae said...

I would love to win!

Lesly said...

I have her first book and love it - I'd love to have this one, as well!

Kate said...

I've got Central Park, I just need a plan....I'd love to win the book!

Jules said...

I love the cover quilt design, too! That will be first on my list with this book.

Paula said...

I love scrap quilts too and this book seems wonderful. Thank you for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Deb G. in VA said...

I love Kim's first book and would love to win a copy of her 2nd book! Thanks for a chance to win!

Hazel said...

What beautiful designs - and your review has made me want the book very much - I'd love a copy! So thank you for your review, Sherri, and the chance to win a copy.

I've got myself thoroughly immersed in your blog too - you make fabulous quilts. :)

I'm looking forward to seeing more of the book, reading the other reviews over the next few days.

Ullis said...

I have her first book and like it a lot so I will buy this book if I'm not the lucky one to win it. Hugs Ullis

Pink Fawn said...

Good inspiration to use up all those scraps!

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

Those photos make me want to see more! Thanks for the chance to win:)

Jeanie said...

Looks like a great book! I love patterns that use the 2 1/2" strips. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

dortha said...

I love the quilt you are starting. It looks like it will be a winner. Please enter me for the book and thank you for the chance to win.

Jackie said...

I've heard such fantastic things about this book! I think the best thing about it is the instructions for scraps as well as precuts. It makes it so easy! I'd love to be entered for a chance to win.

Melanie said...

In her first book she gave yardage dimensions as well as the scrappy cuts....I hope she did that this time....

Becky said...

what a great book. I need to get better at using my scraps!

May Britt said...

This just look like "must-have"-book. So I would be so happy to win it. I guess scraps and jelly rolls is in every quilters sewingroom.

Karen said...

I would love to win the book. The quilts look like fun to make. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

What a great looking book. I love scrap quilts. They are my favorites! Would love to win the book. Edith

soper@reddoorquilting.com said...

I guess it didn't save my name on my comment above. I would love to win the book. Edith

SueB said...

What a great blog tour. Count me in please. I would love to have this book.

Bente said...

Great book! I would love to be the lucky winner. Your Blog is great too, I`ll sign in for your Blog right now *smile*

Katherine said...

Loved the interview. I am intrigued with the paddlewheel quilt. Hope to find the book at Midatlantic quilt show later this month

AverettLadyNana said...

Looks like a must have book. I LOVE Scrappy Quilts and have a ton of strips waiting to be use besides a box full of jelly rolls.

May Kristin said...

Thanks for sharing your questions and Kim's answers! It was very interesting to read! I've "looked" through the book at "That Patchwork Place", and it's on my top ten list of book I would like to have!

rebecca said...

I don't own the first book and it would be ok if I won the second. Will add them to my wish list !!!

Mandy said...

Oh, that "over and under" quilt is just gorgeous! Thanks for the opportunity

loulee said...

It looks like a fun book to read and work from.

Christina D said...

Another great book from Kim!
It will be hard deciding which quilt to start first! Thank you for the chance to enter.

Maj said...

I would love to win a book like this.

Becky said...

I love Kim's tip about using only those strips in a jelly roll that work with the project plus adding from other collections. I love scrap quilts, but sometimes get locked in thinking I can only use fabrics from one fabric line. I'm truly excited about this book. There are several quilts that have sparked my interest. Take care!

Maj said...

I would love to a book like this

Brenda said...

Lovely projects. Sounds like a great book.

jennifer said...

I love scrappy quilts. Thanks for the chance

pixie13 said...

My favorite quilts are scrap quilts. Looks like an awesome book :)

SewLindaAnn said...

The patterns in the books of what you've shown look like great fun. It was nice to hear such relaxed advice about using fabric. Have a great day!

JayTee said...

The projects all look very doable that are shown

Barbara said...

I've just started using pre-cuts and actually have a jelly roll that I don't have any plans for yet! Would love to win a copy of this book, thanks for the chance!

Tiffany said...

Yay! I love blog tours and I love new books! Double win!!

Brenda said...

looks like a fun book. thanks for the chance at it.

Laura said...

Wow! Those quilts are gorgeous! Thank you for the chance to win a copy of her book!

Katie said...

Thanks for sharing--I'm looking forward to getting my hands on a copy of the book. Thanks for the chance to win!

Melinda said...

That quilt on the cover just does it for me every time! I suppose that's the point, isn't it?

Sharon said...

I have her first book, and love it. This one is on my wishlist, so hope I win!

Diane said...

Nice intewview! The book looks great!

Betty said...

I have the first Scrap basket book. Very pretty patterns for jelly rolls. I like the paddle wheel design also.

Country Log Cabin Quilter said...

Please enter me in the drawing. The book looks great!

Ingaredstoka said...

The book seems to be a WANT BADLY-book. A good thing for my lack of inspiration!!
Susanne

Marj said...

I have her first book and love it. Winning a copy of her second book would be great!

Teresa Felgueiras said...

I have the first scrap basket book and I love it. The second seems to be great too.

Lynn said...

Enjoyed the interview. This blog/book tour will be fun!

Kristen said...

Thanks for this giveaway! I'm always looking for beautiful quilts to make with my scraps (and I have a jelly roll that needs a project!)

Shakerwood said...

Kim did a wonderful job writing this book...again! I look forward to many more books from her!

Jayne said...

Looks like a fun book - one that I'd love a chance to win! The hardest part will be deciding which quilt to work on first!
Thanks!
Jayne

Linda said...

Thanks so much! I loved the first book so much, I know I will enjoy this one equally as well! Scrap quilts are my favorites! :-)

Deb said...

I have Kim's first book and love it, keep it out and handy for reference all the time. Love the examples you showed from the new book, can hardly wait to see it as well. Thanks for the chance to win one.

pcflamingo said...

What an inspiring book! Makes me want to ditch work today and stay home to sew.

Exuberant Color said...

I would LOVE to win that book!!!

Tracy said...

This looks like such a fun book!

Suzanne said...

Thank you for the intro to a new author. I like her cover quilt very much.

kimland said...

I enjoyed your post today and can't wait to get my hands on this book. thanks for the chance to win one!

Carol said...

Thanks for the interview with Kim, I really enjoyed reading it. I do love her quilts. Your Picnic blocks look great with Central Park fabric.

Dirt Road Quilter said...

Yikes! Those are devine, "must make" quilts for a scrappy quilt lover like me! Thanks so much for your generous opportunity to win a copy!

Julee said...

Love to win the book. Great web site.

Renea said...

Love the pictures of the quilts. Thanks for the giveaway. I love scrap quilts so this book would be a wonderful addition to my library.

Cindy said...

The book looks fantastic! I'd love to win!

paulette said...

I can see that if I don't win this book I am going to have to buy my own copy!! Your quilt is stunning!! I loved the way you almost interviewed Kim!! Very enlightening!! Thanks for the chance to win!!
Paulette

Reenie said...

This book is soooooooooooo on my list to own!! Thanks so much for this generous giveaway!!!

Pat said...

Beautiful quilts!

Aunt 'Reen said...

What a gorgeous book! I LOVE scrap quilts and would love to win this book!

Melissa said...

The book looks great! Thanks for a chance to win!

Abbybeth said...

looks like a great book - one with lots of great projects I'd want to do (instead of one that would just sit on the shelf!) thanks for the chance to win!

Kasey said...

Thanks for sharing a sneak peak. This looks like the kind of book that I would actually use, rather than look at pictures and get intimidated. Thanks for a chance to win, too!

Barbara Anne said...

I Sherri!

I popped over from Nichole's blog and have been delighted by my visit with you. I, too, love scrap quilts and the scrappier, the better so my quilts are each one of a kind.

Thank you for hosting today's part of the book tour! Great questions and answers, too.

Thanks, too, for having an easy to post on comment section!

Cheers!

J said...

Looks like a wonderful book...love the 'picnic' quilt on the cover. Thanks for the giveaway.

babiesdoc said...

I have a lot of scraps.
thanks for the giveaway

sissa said...

I just finished a quilt from the first scrap basket sensations book and can't wait to start on another one. The designs in the new book look like fun as well.

Mama Pea said...

I have both of her books (so if you pick me, go ahead and pick someone else....I just wanted to leave a comment). I really love them. I'm thinking of doing a book review on my blog next week!

Me and My Stitches said...

I would love to win this book - I keep reading great things about it on various blogs, and can't wait to see it in person!

Gwynette said...

What a great way to use up these 2.5" strips. Thanks for the give away

Cheryl said...

Being a scrappy quilter, I would love this book. Interesting that she uses EQ for most of her designing.

Denise said...

Hi-Love your blog...love Kim's first book and would love to win the second.

Evelyn said...

Oh, I'd love to win this book! I have so many scraps, I *need* this book. :-)

ritad said...

I've been having fun with jelly rolls, can't wait to see this book. Love the cover quilt.

Lynda said...

I would love to win this book. I don't have large scraps so I'm always looking for ways to mix everything and come up with a wonderful quilt.

Janet C said...

I was so captivated by the book's cover! I would very much like (to win) a copy. :)

Tizzie said...

I would love to win a copy of this book, but if I don't I will probably have to buy it.... The quilts look scrumptious!

I really like Down Under.

Terry said...

I have Kim's other book and would love to win this one! Thanks for the chance! :0)

Meri said...

Hurray for scraps! Love the paddlewheel quilt...right up my alley!
Thanks for a chance to win!

BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

This looks like a great book! Love these patterns. Thanks for sharing!

Nedra said...

I have so many scraps I would like to start using up. This book would be perfect. Count me in!

Kim Q said...

Thanks for the peek inside the book...looks like a MUST HAVE to me!

~Laurie~ said...

It's so good to see you two working together! Thank you for a chance to win this great book :)

Michelle said...

I own her first book and love it! Thanks for introducing the second one!

Audrey said...

I would love to win this book! I have her first one and am on the third quilt from there. One I made with scraps and the other two I used jelly rolls. These are great patterns.
audreybretz@gmail.com

Laurie said...

Can't wait to see what goodies are in the book!

Silverthimble said...

What a fabulous book! Yes, I would love to win a copy! My favorite quilts are made from my scraps!

Connecticut Chronichols said...

That book looks wonderful. Since this is my year to use up the scraps it would be the perfect go to pattern book.
Thanks for the opportunity.
Sue. Suebasket at aol dot com

Katie M. said...

I would love to win the book, but if I don't - I'll be buying it! And I can tell right away that I'll be following more blogs before this is over! I love scrappy quilts and have a ton of scraps that need to be utilized - this book will just give me the push I need to get started!

Darlene B said...

I've been waiting for an opportunity to win this great book! ALL of the projects look great, and I want to make them all!

Kristy said...

So very fun.

Diana said...

I have a gazillion 2.5" strips and not enough ideas to use them. I sure would love this book. Thank you for providing an opportunity to do so.

LindaW said...

I am loving these quilts! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Barbara said...

LOVE the photos - excellent ideas for all those scraps

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed your tour of the book and can wait to get it. Please enter me in your giveaway Sharon

Shirl said...

I have several jelly rolls that need to be in a quilt. This book would really help me.

Tiffaney said...

What a wonderful looking book!

Donna~~ said...

Your "Picnic" quilt looks great! My drawer of scraps could use a book like this!

Amy said...

That Over and Under is soooo pretty! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

dianne said...

i want this book! even Amazon knows that i want this book cuz they put it on my recommendations list ... and Amazon ALWAYS has my best interest at heart ... i'm just sayin'

Carrie P. said...

I would definitely love to win this book by Kim. She is very talented.
Thanks for a chance.

Melissa said...

The cover quilt is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

I love scrap quilts and swapping noodles and nickels! Great to see another fun book for us!
mary malone
maryandruss@wi.rr.com

Cindy said...

Love those designs! I appreciate the instructions if you don't use a jelly roll. I have a ton of scraps and would love to use them up.

Mary L. said...

I love scrap quilts and it looks like lots of others do as well. It would be wonderful to win the book.

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

I would love to own a copy of this book. Thanks for the chance!

Malmbergs said...

Been craving this book ever since hearing about it and seeing the pictures. Such talent!

Cat said...

Love the quilts. Would love to win this book. Such a talented quilter. Hugs

Bluzbrod said...

I've had this book on my "wish list" for some time, and I'd love to win it. I've fallen in love with the new "modern" fabrics, and the quilts in this book would all work well!

Charity said...

What a wonderful book, I has had at the front cover. I'm just not sure about my bookshelf.

Peaceful Piecer said...

I can't wait to get this book. Thanks for a chance to win!

Pamela said...

Looks like lots of fun projects! I'd love to have a copy

Chelle (Dana) said...

I have the first book and absolutely love it! I would love to have an opportunity to have to her 2nd book. I have so much fabric and I have lots cut into strips already, so it's nice to be able to use your own fabric as well as pre-cuts.

Janice said...

I would love to win a copy of this book.

Thanks for this great giveaway.

Meg said...

I've been admiring Kim's book since I first started seeing pics of the cover popping up around the blogosphere. And since my scrap bags overfloweth, I would LOVE to win a copy!!

di said...

Looks like a fantastic book - can't wait to see it in person!!

Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

Gwen said...

I love the firrst book and am looking forward to this new one!

Valerie Z said...

I'm always looking for projects using pre-cut jelly rolls and "fast". This book would love a place in my quilt library! Thank you for the tour and a chance to win!

Barbara said...

I love Kims designs. I too love scrappy wuilts and her designs fit perfectly.

WoolenSails said...

I can see why the paddle wheel is her favorite, I like that one too.

Debbie

Helen said...

I love the look of this book and the 'scrap box' cutting instructions are such a good idea! I hope an overseas entry is ok...thanks for the giveaway!

Dee said...

I think I'd like to make the "Over and Under" quilt as well.

sewmeow said...

This book looks terrific, and I love scrap quilts. Thanks for the chance to win one.

Sally said...

I have the first book and would love a chance to win the new one. It looks like it also has some great quilts and I sure have plenty of scraps.

Barbara Ann Beamer Jones said...

Oh, I love Kim's first book! And this one looks just as exciting and inspiring!

Thanks for sharing!

Barbara Ann

babsnwv at gmail dot com

KPage said...

Love the possibilities showcased here, and really enjoyed the interview! My name is Karen and I'm a scrapaholic.

Gayle said...

This book looks like it has SO many great projects in it - I'd love to win a copy and get started making them all!

Peach Rainbow said...

I'd love this - Thanks for the chance :)

Anita said...

This looks like such a fun book, I just love scrappy quilts. thank you!

OT Quilter said...

The quilts are beautiful. I love scrap quilts!

Penny from S.C. said...

I love scrap quilts! Beautiful cover quilt and I love her favorite block as well!

Sequana said...

I have her first book and boy do I love it. Thx for the chance to win this one.

Jaylene said...

The quilts in the book look great. I have the first book and would love a chance to win the second.

lv2kwilt at gmail dot com

barbara said...

What great patterns and I love the scrap measurments first.

Simone de Klerk said...

Oh yes, I would love a copy of the book!
So, you actually started your favorite quilt of the book! Looks very pretty.

Deputy's Wife said...

If I don't win the book, I think I will buy it. It looks great!!!

ytsmom said...

I would love to win the book, and can't wait to see the rest of the blog entries.

Anonymous said...

My cyber-group is making the Bali Sea Star as a swap!Great book! Cathy Trumble

luckymom said...

I have 3 jelly rolls that I've been wondering what to do with. Looks like a great book to help decide. They quilts look wonderful.

Michele said...

I've never really made many scrap quilts, but I have always admired them. This would be an awesome book to win.
chelelew@gmail.com

Christine Thomas said...

Wow, I feel totally inspired to try the Paddle Wheel block. I have found more and more over the years that I continue to attracted to scrappy quilts. I think this book just might fill the bill. Your little interview with Kim was very nice. Thank you for the chance to win her book.

Andrea said...

I love the book - and I love to use scraps. Would love a copy!!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

I'm liking the looks of this new book! I love that instructions are given for pre-cuts and using up scraps. I'm trying to use what I have and sometimes it's hard to use a pattern that is made for newly purchased yardage or precuts.

This promises to be a fun blog tour!

MGM

Briawna said...

Oh, a great scrap book (as opposed to a scrapbook, which is not my hobby of choice, hee hee). This looks incredible. If I don't win one of the copies, I might be purchasing this beauty anyway. Thanks for the chance to win!

Melissa L said...

I love this book!! I enojy the Scarp quilts the most!

Melissa

Not Lucy said...

I saw this book at my LQS and it is one that will be added to my library soon but maybe I will win one so I will hold of on buying it for a couple of weeks anyway!

Tammy said...

This book looks like loads of fun! Go scraps?...I got scraps and would love to use them!

Sharrieboberry said...

I'd love to see this book. It looks lovely and practical!

Becky said...

Looks like an interesting book!

ShirleyC said...

It's amazing how quilts have evolved through the years. When I grew up, my mom made quilts from anything she could find, and most were scrappy type quilts. The book looks interesting and the quilts are beautiful!

Jill said...

I would love this book. I have jelly rolls that are waiting to be used. Thanks for a chance to win it.

Jennifer said...

This looks like a great book. Thanks for the give-away!

Anne Simonot said...

I have Kim's 1st book & I love it - would love to win this one! If not, I will definitely be buying it.

Lainee said...

Kim does such great designs...I would love to win this book.

Marilyn said...

I am a big fan of scrap quilts so this book would be fun to win. Thanks so much.

Stampmouse said...

would love to win the book. nothing helps a new quilter more then someone that takes the time to answer questions thats awesome

Kay said...

I have Scarp Basket Surprises & love it, so am anxious to get this new book. I can think of so many different fabrics to use in these quilts.

donna said...

I have made 5 quilts from KIm's first book.They were fun to make and the instructions were very detailed and informative. Would love to have her second book to make Over and Under.

James-Linda said...

HI SHERRI!
LIKE PICNIC!
THANKS FOR THE TOUR+GIVEAWAY BOOK!
THANKS KIM FOR THE NEAT BOOK!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Laura T said...

I loved her first book when I borrowed it from the library and would love to have her second book for my own library! Thanks for the oppportunity to participate in this fun give-a-way!
Laura T

Petit Design Co. said...

over and under looks like a fantastic pattern!

Ginny Worden said...

Sherri, I have Kim's first book, and even managed to make a quilt from it, and have plans for several more. They are all gorgeous, and all fun to make. Thanks for sharing.

Donna said...

I would love to win this book ... looks great!

Wendy said...

Thanks for hosting this tour, I can't wait to visit all the blogs and possible get one of those awesome books to try out.

Anonymous said...

This would be a terrific way to use the scraps I've been accumulating! Thanks for a chance to win this new book! Jan

Kathy said...

Thanks for your post -- very inspiring!!!!

I would love to win a copy of this book.

Quilty Conscience said...

This book is on my Amazon Wish List already...but if I won one...Anyway the book looks great and I enjoyed the interview.

krisgray said...

Great interview and pretty designs.

Brooke said...

Sherri,

Wonderful post, and I'm already in love with your Central Park quilt. This book looks like a hands down winner!

Brooke

Natasha said...

Book looks wonderful. Thanks for the chance.

JCnNC said...

Oh, how wonderful - I have a very strong feeling that a Bali Pop is going into the Island Chain first and foremost. Love this book. Awesome giveaway. Hope I win.

Marge said...

I would love to win this book. I really like to use up all my scraps and not have a lot of wasted pieces. Thanks for the chance!
Marge

Vivian said...

I had already decided I liked the cover quilt but now I like the paddlewheel block and quilt too!

Thanks for offering the give-away. Good luck to all!

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