I don’t know about you, but I’m so excited to be in 2019! I know that year’s aren’t responsible for how things shake out, but 2018 was a particularly challenging year for our family. A lot of good has come from those trials, but I for one am glad to have them behind us.
I’m officially back to work today and it feels so great to be back at the computer and sewing machine. I’ve got big plans for 2019 and I’m excited to start getting to work on them. I’ve spent the last couple of weeks being really honest about what I want to achieve and how much time I actually have to be able to do what I want and it’s been refreshing. I can’t wait to share more about the process with you and the outcome as we delve further into January. But for now, let’s get back into the swing of our Monday’s together.
I hope this, the first Link Love of 2019, finds you refreshed, excited and enthusiastic about the future. Trust that it’s going to be an amazing year, whatever happens along the way. Wishing you a week filled with love, laughter and much fabric fondling!
A: The first block of my 2019 Block of the Month pattern has been released and I’m so excited to see people’s versions popping up. It’s not too late to join in the fun! Click here to read more.
B: Raylee of Sunflower Stitcheries & Quilting is hosting her annual finish-along. You can still get involved for quarter 1 and get some of those WIP’s ticked off your to-do list. Click here to read more.
C: All People Quit have release their American Patchwork & Quilting Bucket List and it’s a fun read. It’s interesting to see how many I can click off. (And if you’re looking for a way to tick off #17 stay tuned, we’ve got some big news coming!) Click here to read more.
D: If you’d like to set the intent for your 2019 with One Little Word then check out Ali Edwards for all the goodness. Click here to read more.
E: This song has become my unofficial anthem (until something else takes it’s place) for 2019. Click here to get up and dance.
F: I’m craving rice paper rolls of all kinds and this could be the year I stop buying them and start making them! Click here to read more.
I love to share the cool things that I find during my week of surfing the internet window-shopping and splurging. Here’s my top 4 from this week:
A: I’m crushing: Alison Glass has done it again with this fabulous rainbow collection of the perfect blenders in Sun Print 2019. Click here to purchase this on Etsy (Australian Based Shop). Click here to purchase this on Etsy (US Based Shop).
B: I’m boot-scooting: I really love everything Lori Holt does, it appeals to the part of me that wants to be a farmer. Click here to purchase this on Etsy.
C: I’m loving: Looking to do some stash enhancement of the mystery kind? Look no further then this rainbow bundle of Fat 16th’s. Click here to purchase this on Etsy.
D: I’m sharing: Looking for another type of rainbow, then check out Quantum. Click here to purchase this on Etsy. Click here to purchase this on Etsy (Australian Based Shop). Click here to purchase this on Etsy (US Based Shop).
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I love seeing the quilts and projects that are made during my sew-alongs or from my book and I’ve decided I’m going to start sharing them with you all so that you can see the amazing work being done within this fabulous creative community. If you’d like to have your work shared please reply to this email with 1 photo of your work made during one of my events, from one of my patterns or from my book. Make sure the image is well lit and clearly shows your work so people can truly appreciate your handy work. Include the details of what you’ve made and it could end up on my blog and in one of my newsletters. If you have any questions, reply to this email and we’ll get it sorted together.
Have you got an event, a charity drive, a pattern release, a class schedule or something else that you think my community would be interested in hearing about? Why not drop me a line and let me know – I’d love to share it with my readers. Click here to email me.
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