Welcome to Day 2 of the 12 day blog hop. There are three more fab bloggers to meet, and here is a more detailed list of the goodies, and how this fun hop will continue. This is a little early for you in the North, but down here>>>>> we are already in the 15th day of July!!!
This year there is something extra special! The lovely folks over at Free Spirit Fabrics have donated not just one item for a giveaway, but THIRTEEN! And it's pretty drool-worthy stuff, too - it's Tula Pink's new holiday line, Holiday Homies!!! Look at those fabrics!!!
Sarah has six design rolls, six layer cakes, and one fat quarter bundle to give away - and here's how she's going to do it!
Visit each stop on the hop, including Sarah's, and leave a comment on each post for the day. At the end of the hop, she'll do a giveaway for each day by putting everyone's name in the hat who commented that day (from all that day's hop-blogs), and draw a winner for that day.
There will be twelve winners, the design rolls and the layer cakes. Then she'll put all the names from all the days in a hat and draw out a grand prize winner for the fat quarter bundle!
Only one prize per person, though - let's spread it around a bit! So make some spare time to visit all the blogs and comment. The giveaway is open to all, so international comments are welcome! Great news for any readers down below the equator, where winter mode sits on us with heavy snow, closure of many roads, 10,000 without power, and skiers revelling in the huge dump in their towns. Where else could you ski down the main street when all nearby roads are closed!!! The skimobiles waiting on the Ohakune Access Road, July 2017. Photo courtesy of the Internet.
And with a drum roll or the coo of the doves, here are today’s blog hoppers. The links are all in BLUE.
Hop down and visit Grace at
where I am sure you will find another page of exciting things to do.
Second on the list is Vicki in Minnesota, at
I had a sneak peek and a table runner with a very snowy theme is up there.
The third blogger today is Pam, and you will find her at
Her garden is so full of goodies, garlic, and berries, and then along comes her quilting. Enjoy it all.
We continue to be in the cold, no more rain, but from our back door in the far distance I can see a peek of snow on the top of the ranges .Meantime, a memory of August 2011 at our place.
And near Masterton, in the Wairarapa, in July 2011, the Tararua Ranges with a good covering.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ Live life like a quilt,
and show those true colours
that give warmth and love”
Greetings from Jean