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Craftsy Blogger Awards go VOTE

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Giveaway Links are at the bottom of this post! If you enjoy the quilting and sewing
blogging community please go vote on the
Craftsy Blog
by Wednesday, January 28, 2015, before 11:59 pm.

No, I am not on the list
but the are some really talented people
who try and make quilting and sewing
much easier for beginners to experts
and are always willing to jump in
and help you with a related problem.

So, please take a few minutes and use the blue link above
that says Craftsy Blog
and vote for your favorites!
If you don't know the blogs
listed there go visit them.
I am sure you will find at least
one or two that can teach you
something you didn't know.

One of my favorite for all crafting is
Author and new fabric designer
Melissa Mortenson of www.polkadotchair.com
I took a class with her a few months ago
and she is a great teacher among other things!
She deserves her spot among the Best!

Next on my list is
Rita @ www.redpepperquilts.com
I once needed help on a block
I had seen on her blog
and …

Project Teen Class

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This last Saturday, I went to Quilter's Square , in Lexington, KY,
and took a class with
Melissa Mortenson ofPolkadot Chair!

I was really excited to meet Melissa, she is a super talented Blogger, Author, and Designer! We received her book Project Teen as part of the class which was wonderful that Kela, Quilter's Square, set it up that way.

If you are like me with a 9 years old at home this book is perfect! New ideas for the older child in your house! I am making the study pillow and putting it under the Christmas tree with his new set of books! I plan on making a few other projects in the book for my niece too! It is a must have book for any Sewist collection!

The Study Pillow

I picked the fabrics based on what
I hope David would like
but I just could not help myself
and usedTula PinklineMoonshine
and a mix of Cotton + Steel Basics

Melissa was nice enough to sign all our books
and write a personal note to each of us. Inspiration is everywhere at Quilter's Square with a g…