Day 3 Vincent’s Garden PreCuts Blog Hop

Welcome back to our blog hop – you are in for a double treat today from each of my blog guests…

Bea Lee, Beaquilter

Bea Lee is a friend that I met through my first years as an Island Batik Ambassador. We have actually met in person when I ventured into her neck of the woods for a quilting event….Bea designs beautiful quilts, writes tutorials for Electric Quilt, designs withthe AccuQuilt Go Cutter, and participates in a lot of blog hops. As a young mother I don’t know how she does it all.

Here’s the “double treat” from Bea today – she’s simultaneously hosting a blog hop of her own this week – so we have the privilege of catching up and joining her adventure this week also!.

Thanks Bea for working with the 2½” strips to showcase Vincent’s Garden!

Find Bea’s blog post here.

Roseanne Nelson, Home Sewn By Us

I met Roseanne through a new bloggers group several years ago. She and her quilting buddy Sue are amazing quilters and bloggers – how they manage to get so much done truly baffles me, and they never disappoint. When I invited her to join me on this adventure I discovered that she and Paula Nelson are related! Who knew! It’s a small world after all… everybody sing!

Roseanne’s “double treat” today is she has written a pattern to go along with her use of the 10″ stacks featuring Vincent’s Garden. Not only that, but she’s offering it on her blog as a complimentary download!

Find Roseanne’s blog post here.

Don’t Forget!!!

Be sure to visit the Schedule page for our blog hop to enter in the giveaway. And for those of you looking for a fabulous social-distanced in person quilt retreat with 3 days of instructions with little ole me, The Quilt Rambler, be sure to check out the $100 savings on the retreat that expires soon!

This is Karen Overton, The Quilt Rambler

Check back tomorrow for more inspiration from my quilting friends using the Precuts from Island Batik’s Vincent’s Garden!

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14 thoughts on “Day 3 Vincent’s Garden PreCuts Blog Hop

  1. rl2b2017 says:

    Thank YOU so much, Karen! I am so appreciative to be included in this blog hop. Island Batik fabrics are a dream to work with – not only do the fabrics have a nice hand, but the colors are rich and intense. I LOVE them. I am also so pleased with how my quilt turned out! I love the secondary pattern and how the beauty in the precuts are highlighted. Not to mention it’s nice to snuggle underneath it, too. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. thedarlingdogwood says:

    Great examples today–fairly traditional patchwork and a pretty modern looking geometric design. Lots of fun, and you can’t go wrong with these fun colors!

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