Writing a quilt book is a very emotional journey. You put your heart and soul into every pattern and every word hoping others will like it too. That can take a toll on you during the editing process. Deb has talked me off the ledge more than once on every book we've worked on together. She's a great calming influence and helps put me right again when the emotions take over!
In addition to being a great editor, she's also a quilter with a very fun, unique perspective. Her thing is finding quilts that are a little bit off - sometimes called maverick quilts. These quilts are not necessarily made with perfection in mind, but rather function - and they all have a beauty that defies convention! Check it out, I'm sure you'll view these quilts with new eyes after reading about them on Deb's blog!
|Flame - another example of my unnatural love of gradations!|
You can enter the giveaway contest to win a book on Deb's blog and on each of the other guest blogger on the tour. Good luck!
Feb. 10: Bonnie Hunter www.quiltville.blogspot.com
Feb. 11: Amy Smart www.diaryofaquilter.com
Feb. 12: Angela Walters www.quiltingismytherapy.com/my-blog
Feb. 13: Debbie Grifka www.eschhousequilts.com
Feb. 14: Tammie Schaffer www.craftytammie.com
Feb. 17: Casey York www.studioloblog.wordpress.com
Feb. 18: Deb Rowden www.debrowden.blogspot.com
Feb. 19: Melissa @ Generation Q magazine http://generationqmagazine.com/
Feb. 20: Shea Henderson www.emptybobbinsewing.com
Feb. 21: Diane Harris @ Quiltmaker Magazine http://www.quiltmaker.com/blogs/quiltypleasures/
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