Day Two on the Tidal Lace Blog Hop Tour
Today on the tour we visit 3 amazing projects made by 3 wonderful people.
Erin Harris – House on Hill Road
I first meet Erin from House on Hill road a few years back on a sewing weekend in New York. I love visiting Erin’s blog, she has the kind of projects that end up on my must make list and a great peek at her daily life. Her Quilt Essential book is a great reference book.
Erin designed and made the stunning Tidal Wave quilt. It’s amazing, go take a look here!
Amy Gunson – Badskirt
Amy and I met virtually through the Quilt Design a Day group on Facebook. I love Amy’s design sensibility and crossed my fingers hoping that she would say yes to making a project with Tidal Lace. What a project she made! THE cutest boat pouch ever! These are going to be the best presents to make.
Quick go find out more here!
Cath Mosley on Instagram
I met Cath through my very good friend and photographer Danielle. Cath travelled to the USA for Quiltcon in 2013 and we had so much fun with her in Austin! Cath’s handwork is AMAZING! I’m so happy that she was able to incorporate her fabulous handwork in her lovely Beach House placemats with mini clams! Cath doesn’t have a blog but she is the Instagram Queen! (She taught me everything I know on IG) So check out these wonderful placemats here.
Make sure you go visit these stops on the Tidal Lace Blog Hop and leave a comment on their posts. There is a FQ Giveaway for every stop on the Tidal Lace Blog Hop Tour!
September 16, 2014 at 8:43 pm //
Your quilt is awesome. Would love to make a plus quilt with these fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity.
September 17, 2014 at 1:17 am //
The use of Kim’s stunning fabric has been put together by three very
talented people ! The concepts are lovely and I would love to make
them all. Well done Danielle too for your beautiful photography !
September 17, 2014 at 5:32 am //
I love the fabrics in this collection and I love the name! The fabric makes me think of sea and summer. Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful creations!
Elizabeth McDonald (catskill quilter)
September 17, 2014 at 4:12 pm //
This beautiful fabric looks great in alot of different projects! I want to use it for a baby quilt, but when I saw the little pincushions, I knew I would have to make them too! I live on the east coast, and these designs are so reflective of that area.