New Quilt Blogger Hop Week 2

It's Week Two of the New Quilt Blogger Blog Hop. Last week was my week and my post is here. Now we have a whole new crop of bloggers to meet - how exciting! Don't forget to visit the hosts' websites to enter this week's prize drawing for one of five fabulous prizes:

June 22nd Quantum Quilters

Host: Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl

Liz @LizzyClips Design (Instagram @lizzyclips) Allison @New Every Morning Patchwork and Quilting Helen @Midget Gem Quilts (Instagram @helenmidgetgemquilts)

Sharla @Thistle Thicket Studio (Instagram @thistlethicketstudio)

 

New Bees

Host: Cheryl @Meadow Mist Designs

Cristy @Love You Sew Patty @Walnut Street Quilts Sarah @Sarah Goer Quilts

Eileen @Eileen in Stitches

Sew Fabulous Hive

Erin @Twin Mom Quilts
Anja @Anja Quilts
Carrie B @Chopping Block Quilts

Adrian @Making It

Sewcial Swarm

Host: Terri Ann @Childlike Fascination

Wanda @Wanda’s Life Sampler (IG: wandaslifesampler)
Tish @Tish’s Adventures in Wonderland (IG: tishnwonderland)
Brianna @The Iron and Needle (IG: theironandneedle)
Sandra @The Bias Edge

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