All good things come to an end... and this ZEN CHIC INSPIRED Blog Hop ends with a giveaway, yay!
If you have followed the other bloggers for the last couple of days, you might be as well inspired as I was seeing them bringing the book to action! I saw the Moda Palette Builder used to create color schemes for the personal rooms and I loved all these results. It's really fun to see others pick up the idea to get colors and inspiration from a room and develop a concept.
You can read the former blog entries here
From 23-26 February, I’ll be at the Moda booth (#523), so if you’re attending, please pop by and say hello!
All the quilts from my new book ‘Zen Chic Inspired’ will be on display, plus you can purchase copies of the book from the booth and get them signed too. Limited copies are available so be quick if you want one!
And I'm totally eager to talk to you: I’ll be presenting some slideshows where I’ll share my design process used for quilts featured in the book. It goes like this:
and design elements, consider given facts like project size
and reveal my developed quilt design (no, not on the blog.... I have to leave this surprise for QuiltCon).
After the presentation I will work with a volunteer and guide them through the same steps with a new scenario.
My slideshow presentations will last 30 minutes (10 minute presentation and 20 minute volunteer demo) and are on Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th and Saturday 25th at 10.30am and 3.00pm each day.
They are free to attend and each session works with a different scenario, so you can stop by each time and learn something new.
In addition I will have a book signing with a modern shop: It's Intown Quilter's Fabric and Yarn at booth #348 and I will be there to sign your book on Thursday, 23rd, 1.00pm.
I hope you will be there and we can say hi!
But now for the giveaway: You can win a signed copy of my book, of course, what else!
All I'd like you to ask is to forward this blogpost to a quilt friend who might be also interested. In the comment let me know what you most struggle with when you make an own quilt design (or do you ever?) and leave your email address, so I can contact you.
That's for today, thanks!