Thursday, June 2, 2011

Batting Down Under

Guess where I am today? Australia!! I figured if Oprah went, so should I! Okay, I'm not really there in body, but I am guest posting at Rebecca's blog, Chasing Cottons. (I love that name - it's a cool name for a quilt blog, not dorky like mine.)
Chasing          Cottons

I think this is one of my favorites of Rebecca's quilts: Sand Castles. SO unique and just plain awesome. She even has a pattern.
Today I am blogging about the exciting topic of quilt batting (or wadding if you're international or you just want to sound cooler) as part of Rebecca's Quilt Class 101 Series
Chasing Cottons
She has some wonderful tutorials and explanations, not to mention a very fun project going on and some sweet giveaways from time to time. You should check it out and tell Rebecca I said, "G'day!"

5 comments:

  1. Was just there. Great read. =)

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  2. I just came over from chasing cotton. Thanks for such a helpful post. I'm a newbie and appreciate the information.

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  3. Thank you for all of the helpful information =D I making my first quilt and following along in Quilt Class 101!!

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  4. sounds like a fun bunch of posts! off to read yours....:)

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  5. Took a trip over to Chasing Cotton to read your guest post - very very helpful!! Thank you for sharing with us. AJ
    queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

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