Introducing: Quilting Around the World

I’m going to be a running a little series on my blog called “Quilting Around the World”. Basically I am interested in finding out what it is like to be a quilter all over the world. How is it different from my own experience? One of my favorite aspects about being part of the online quilting community is meeting people from all over the world. But I know that life in general can be very different for each of us.

So I’ve asked a number of interesting and fun people to be a part of this series who live all over the world. They are all people that I would love to learn more about and I think that you will too. And please let me know of anyone you think would be an interesting candidate for this as well (or if you would like to be featured!).

Want to spread the word or being featured? Feel free to grab the button below. It’s a bit large for a side bar, but it would be fine in a post. Let me know if anyone wants a smaller version of the button. I’m feeling too lazy to do that right now. 😉 See below!

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and a smaller one!

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So get ready to learn something new about the quilting world!

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16 thoughts on “Introducing: Quilting Around the World

  1. I love this idea and am looking forward to learning more. I would love a smaller button for my blog (when you feel up to it) to help spread the word. Great idea :o)

  2. Oh this sounds VERY exciting. I visited several places when I was in the Navy, but unfortunately for me it was before my quilting life. I do so wish I was smart enough to have collected fabric back then!

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