Creating a Quilted Legacy

Sadly Paula Budinger passed away on February 8. Paula blogged at Paula B Quilts. She was very active in our quilting community through her blog and her involvement in creating quilts for several charities. 

In Paula’s memory, Janice of Color, Creating and Quilting and Kate of Smiles From Kate have been working together to host a blog hop from May 6 – 8. As we all know life can often get in the way when we plan things so there were some last minute changes so the list has some adjustments.

So here ya go!

Wednesday, May 6 

Karen @ KaHolly

Kate @ Smiles From Kate

Wendy @ Pieceful Thoughts of my Quilting Life

Bernie @ Needle and Foot

Linda @ My Sew-Called Quilts

Cathy @ Crazy By Design

Sue @ From the Magpie’s Nest

Thursday, May 7

Kate @ Smiles From Kate

Diann @ Little Penguin Quilts

Rose @ Something Rose Made

Nann @ With Strings Attached

Mari @ The Academic Quilter

Louise @ My Quilt Odyssey

Susan @ Desert Sky Quilts

Friday, May 8

Janice @ Color, Creating and Quilting

Kate @ Smiles From Kate

Joy @ The Joyful Quilter

Susan @ Quilt Fabrication

Edi @ Edi’s Crafting Life

Carol @ Quilt Schmilt. That’s me!

Preeti @ Sew Preeti Quilts

Emily @ The Darling Dogwood

Did I mention prizes? There are some fantastic goodies available to be won.

Lorna, Sew Fresh Quilts, $50 gift certificate for her pattern shop.
Yvonne Quilting Jetgirl, 2 PDF patterns of choice.
Bernie Needle and Foot, $25 certificate for her shop.
A fat quarter bundle from Figo Fabrics
A set of quilty gift cards from Initial Thought by DMFNote cards set 1
A pattern of choice from Karen, Sugar Free Quilts
A $30 gift certificate for Doris, Cactus Queen Quilt Co
A PDF pattern of choice from Joanne, www.etsy.com/shop/CanuckQuilterDesigns
$25 gift certificate to Fat Quarter Shop

So all the more reason to check out the quilty goodness on all these blogs.

😄 Carol

Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

4 thoughts on “Creating a Quilted Legacy

  1. I’ve always admired the Irish Chain designs…such a classic! Yours is beautiful and will be treasured, for sure! Paula would be smiling as she may have missed those 2 blue blocks too!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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