The giveaway is now closed!
Today is the start of Cheryl's Book Blog Tour of her book !Quilt Fiesta! It is a wonderful way to check out some blogs you may not have seen before and you get 10 chances to win one of her books.
Below are the list of blogs who are participating in the giveaway:
2/22 Pinkadot Quilts
I have 2 books to give away so here is what you do........leave me a comment and I will draw the name on Sunday evening. If you are no reply, please leave me your email address! If you don't leave me your email address you can't be in the drawing!
Here is a little bit of background information on Cheryl.
What is your favorite part of quilting?
I have many favorite parts of quilting. It's hard to choose just one. Coming up with designs heads the list. I love doing the research whether it's through travel or visiting museums or perusing books. Then choosing the fabrics and beginning a new project is so exciting.
Where do you think quilting is headed, do you see any trends emerging?
I think quilting is growing in many directions right now. But I see 2 trends. One is geared towards new and young quilters. The patterns are not very complicated and they make use of retro novelty prints. The other direction I see is towards more hand stitching.
What are your favorite colors?
I love blue and white. I also love copper, which maybe related to my red hair. Mixing copper and black and other neutrals is a wonderful color palette.
Do you have a favorite quilting tip?
My favorite tip that I share with my students is to not be paralyzed by perfectionism. You will be able to see improvement in every quilt you make. The more you make the more you will improve.
How do you decide how much fabric to buy when you see something you love?
I never end up buying enough fabric. I'm still trying to figure this one out.
What is your least favorite part of quilting?
Truly, I love it all.
Any chance we will see another book from you?
I am working on another book. It is very different than Quilt Fiesta, but that's all I can say right now.
Congratulations Cheryl on a great book!