Sunday, November 19, 2017

:: All in a Row blog-hop!!


Once again, I have the privilege of being a part of the second of the 'All in a Row'  books that the Martingale publishers & Moda have partnered to create. And once again... it's a wonderful book filled with rows & rows of ideas & inspiration for quilts, table-runners, & projects of all kinds. And, while the 'Moda All Stars: All in a Row Again' is wonderful all on it's own... if you add it to the first 'All in a Row' book, you'll have a treasure-trove of ideas for almost countless projects for so many occasions - or for the 'just because' fun of it all!



My Row is called 'Treetop Neighborhood' as we have a lot of birdie families that make their homes in the oak trees & a Texas Ebony tree in our front & back yards. I thought how fun it would be if they had a little neighborhood of their own, & although for now they seem to be happy with their nests in the trees... this are my dream houses for them.

One of the things I love most about being a part of the 'Moda All Star: All in a Row' books is that each book supports a charity & the 'Moda All-Stars: All in a Row Again' book is supporting Give Kids the World Village. Give Kids the World Village helps children with life-threatening illnesses enjoy weeklong, cost free vacations with their families.

The Moda All Stars: All in a Row Again blog hop started Monday, November 13 - & below you'll find the full blog-hop schedule so, just in case you missed some folks..., you can visit them now! Be sure to visit all the designers' blog because there are fun ideas, inspiration, & prizes!!!

If you would like to win a free eBook copy of 'The Moda All Stars: All in a Row Again', I will be drawing a name on November 24. And, as we are celebrating Thanksgiving here in the US, all you will need to do is to leave a comment on this post mentioning what you are grateful for.

You'll also want to be sure to visit the All in a Row Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/allinarowquiltalong), where they will be hosting several giveaways during the blog-hop (assorted giveaways plus three grand prizes from Martingale and Moda are up for grabs!)


So... grab yourself a cup of coffee or tea & have some visiting all the other blogs & the All in a  Row Facebook page!... & don't forget to leave a comment here to be in the drawing win the e-book!


November 13

November 14

November 15
Laurie Simpson: http://minickandsimpson.blogspot.com/

November 16

November 17

November 18

November 19

November 20
Brenda Riddle: http://brendariddle.blogspot.com/ 
Barbara Groves and Mary Jacobson: https://www.meandmysisterdesigns.com/blog/ 


November 22
Sherri McConnell: http://www.aquiltinglife.com/

November 24
Lissa Alexander: http://modalissa.com/
Lisa Bongean: https://lisabongean.com/


83 comments:

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Congratulations on making the second printing, Bren! I haven't been around for a while, but always love your design sense and fabric designs. I think I'll take you up on that cup of coffee and blog hop visiting! I'll be back to visit again soon.
Hugs to Bailey from Tag. xo
Blessings,
Donna

Linda said...

As it applies to quilting, I am grateful for the generosity of designers who share over the internet that we might become familiar with their work.

Allison said...

I love your row! There are so many reasons to be grateful. Perhaps the most important one is that we live so close to our children and grandchildren that we get to see them several times a week. It is truly a blessing to spend time with family.

Anita Jackson @ Domestic Felicity said...

I am grateful for healthy, strong sons~

Darlene B said...

I am so thankful for my 2 daughters and their husbands. Thankful for my husband of 35 years!

Renea said...

I am grateful for the family I have, the job I have, the home that I have and the food that I can afford to buy. So many are struggling to provide these things for themselves and their family so no one should take it for granted when they are able to provide for themselves. Thank you for the giveaway.

JanCarAll said...

There are so many things to be thankful for, but first on my list is; I am thankful for a husband who continues to love me after 39 years and 20 of those have been with migraines.

Caro said...

I'm grateful for family and good health. Thanks for a chance to win a copy of a great book too.

Joyce Carter said...

I really love your row of birdhouses. My husband use to build them so they became a favorite of mine. I am very thankful this year because despite all our medical problems, we are still able to share this season with our loved ones.

Beth Brown said...

I'm thankful for so many things but most of all, my freedom.

Beth

MtnJudy said...

Adore the birdhouses!!

Cecilia said...

Your row is too cute! I am very thankful for my family and friends.

Karen Bergt said...

Love your birdhouse Row! Can't wait to get the All In A Row Again book!!

Carolyn said...

I am grateful for my wonderful family.

Vicky said...

I am grateful for all my family and friends. especially the ones I sew/quilt with!

Adrienne Cleave said...

I am grateful to be able to enjoy my family close in my retirement.

Babyburrito said...

I have so much to be grateful for. My health, my friends, my family, my hometown, my husband. I am at the best time in my life right now and I am so thankful for it!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Your row of bird houses is adorable! I'm grateful that it looks like the weather will cooperate and family will have safe travels on Thursday.

rosemaryschild said...

Love your row! I'm a birdhouse nut - listen to the birds singing on my porch in the morning! I am grateful for a new day- everyday! Thank you, Susan

Anita said...

Wonderful row! I am grateful for my two healthy sons.

Laura said...

I am grateful for my family. I am grateful to have the freedom to spend time at the sewing machine.

Denise Clason said...

I ❤️ all the flowers and the house rows!! ➰✂️💟🌸🏚🏡💕

works4me said...

Such a great row.
I am thankful for a supportive husband. No matter what happens, I know he will be by my side.

EdieS said...

I am so thankful for my faith, family and friends. So many stories to tell! My heart ❤️ is full!

Janet Thomas said...

I am thankful for my husband of 24 years (25th Anniversary coming up in March). I am thankful for my family and friends. I am thankful for all the things God has blessed me with. And thankful for the ability to create and gift my quilts that I make.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Love the homes you designed for your ��.
I am grateful for my family.

Hildy said...

Cute row! I'm grateful for my family and friends.

Glenda McCarthy said...

I am thankful for my family, my friends, and that I am healthy and active in retirement.

Susan Griffith said...

I am thankful for so many things. My family and friends and that God has blessed me with so much.

Susan Stanton said...

I'm an avid bird watcher and quilter, so your row of bird houses is just so cute that I'd like to make one for myself! I'm grateful for my neighbors, as they look after me and help me with any project that I have.
yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

Sharon Treece said...

I am loving the Rows in the new All Stars: All In A Row Again. Your Bird Houses Row in in my favorite rows list that I will be doing.

Clare said...

I have the first book and would love the second the rows are so cute. Plus mixing them together makes great quilts.

Colleen said...

I am grateful for family and friends, the many opportunities I have had for work and for play, and the good health I enjoy in retirement.

Sewgirl said...

I like your row...I like the architecture ones best! I am grateful for my health, and the fact that I am still here, as well as my family. I have had a rough couple of months, but as a friend has told me, we can choose to be happy and grateful. I am choosing to focus on the good in my life!!

Lois Capper said...

Thankful for a husband who supports and encourages my quilting habit !

D S Else said...

I am thankful for my family and friends, who benefit from all of my sewing skils.

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Such a cute row! Congratulations on being included in this 2nd book. It’s so wonderful that money is being donated for such a good cause.

Happy Thanksgiving!

usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

Lisa Marie said...

Today I am particularly thankful for some wonderful women who I go to fitness classes with. They are a cheerful bunch and get my day off to a happy start on a regular basis.

Liz Dyer said...

I am thankful for my loving husband and son and for having the time to enjoy my hobbies.

Susan Smith said...

I think I will love this book as much as I do the first volume!
This year I am very thankful for the way God has blessed our family with 2 new grand babies. Our family is growing!! God is so good!!

Hanke said...

i am thankfull for freedom and health!

Anita said...

Such a cute row, love birdhouses.

Linda said...

THANKS SO MUCH FOR SHARING!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Aunt Judy said...

I am grateful for my family, good health and all the quilting friends who are so generous with sharing their ideas and knowledge.

Judy W. jjaw(at)verizon.net

Rita said...

I am thankful for my family and the great world of quilting. Keeps my mind thinking and hands busy.

Elizabeth said...

I am most grateful for my family, wonderful, caring people.

DeAnna Julie Dodson said...

I am grateful for so many quilting friends who have helped me learn to quilt.

Trudy Keller said...

I am grateful for my family and friends.

Shari T said...

Thankful for so many things, but family and friends top the list! Happy Thanksgiving

Patty in AZ said...

I love your work!

Gail said...

I am thankful for being able to sew. But most of all, since losing out son, I'm especially thankful for my daughter, husband and mother.

Susan L. said...

I am most grateful for my family, & having them all together this year. Happy Thanksgiving!

wendy said...

I am so thankful for my family. I have 5 wonderful kids{& spouses}along with 15 grandchildren. They all live within close proximity to my husband and I. In this day and age when families are spread around the country, I feel very blessed to have mine close by.

cpentzer said...

I am grateful for my precious family, a husband who encourages and supports my endeavors, for creative people whose designs inspire and challenge me, and for my Lord who loves me far more than I would ever deserve.

QuilterKat said...

I live in Sonoma County where we had such horrible fires last month. My home was not in danger but I know several people, including my brother-in-law, who lost everything. I am so thankful for all of the firefighters and other emergency personnel who fought so hard against the fires. Without them, it would have been even more tragic.

Lisa said...

I'm grateful for talented quilt designers and give-aways! Thank you!

Janet Nykiel said...

I am grateful for the best husband in the world!

Ann said...

I'm thankful for my wonderful family! Thanks for sharing your lovely row!

Marlene C. said...

I am most grateful for my family, friends, and church. I am especially blessed to have 5.9 darling grandchildren. They are the best!

JANET said...

Thankful I don't have to cook this year! Cute row of houses!

MoeWest said...

I'm grateful for family and friends, retirement and quilting! Your row is one of my favourites!

Joanna Barr said...

I am grateful for my husband family and friends. I am grateful for the joy and accomplishment I have found learning to quilt.

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Row by row offers such inspiration

dapples said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I am grateful for so many patterns and ideas and fabric. I am grateful for having time to sew and embroider, experiment and applique. I am grateful for my family.

Melissa said...

I am grateful for the time that I get to spend with my family on the holidays. My grandmother is 90 and my grandfather is 89, so I treasure all the moments I get to have with them.

Kd Brown said...

Wonderful book and row. I am thankful for our Nation and Freedom this Thanksgiving. Have a great holiday.

Camille V said...

I am thankful to be able to enjoy sewing and quilting each day. I am also grateful for the support and tolerance of my family who overlook the massive messes I make as I am creating my quilts.

lynn said...

Your designs are so beautiful! If I make a row quilt, I will want to use those birdhouses : ) I am thankful this year for the return of a daughter from far away. It is so nice to spend time as a complete family.

Deb said...

In thankful for my grandchildren.

Lynn Houle said...

I am of course thankful for my family and friend, and also for the ability to be able to enjoy quilting!

Amdezo said...

I am thankful that we will get to be with one of our two sons, as they both live away. The other moved all the way to your state back in the summer! I love to be with family on Thanksgiving. I am also thankful that we are going to be able to be together for Christmas. This is such a special time of year!

Karen Hootman said...

I’m grateful for my family including the furry ones and friends.

Jayne said...

I'm thankful for every day whatever it may hold

Linda said...

I love your row pattern!
I am thankful for all God has allowed for me to have,

Julie G-AZ said...

I am grateful for my kids! They make their momma proud. :-)

Dorris said...

I am grateful for life.

Martina said...

Such a beautiful row! I am thankful for my family and that i just passed an exam, yay!

Catskill Quilter said...

I am grateful for my wonderful grown-up children and for dear Mark and for Thelma the inside cat, and Callie the patio cat!

Tammy said...

Love this row book! I think you are right; it's a great resource for future quilts as well. You can adapt any of these blocks on their own. It's great this is going to a wonderful cause. Thank you!

Helen L said...

I loooove your birdhouse row: I love birdwatching, and this is such a great row to include in a bird themed quilt!

S Walker said...

Like many others, I am grateful for friends and family. But I am also grateful that there are generous people in the quilting world who share their talents to help the less fortunate. I am happy to buy the new book both because I like it and because the money is going to a good cause. swalker287 (at) aol (dot) com

suesinger said...

I am thankful for my great family

Janet Ward said...

I am grateful for my three healthy children, and 3 out of 4 healthy Grands... and most grateful for the tiniest one that was born at 27 weeks gestation and is still in the hospital at 6.5 months... her Mommy is going NUTZ... but hanging in there. Kinsley baby is sick, but hopes they can let her come home by end of December or January... but will always have difficulties...
thank you for all you do to give to charities of your creativity & time & love! Blessings, HUGS 🤗 & LOVE ❤️

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