Join Us on the City Quilts Blog Tour

We are thrilled to be hosting a stop on our friend Cherri House‘ blog tour for her beautiful book, City Quilts, published by C & T under their new “Stash” imprint.

Each blog host will also feature a Q&A with City Quilts author, Cherri House. Here are the participating blogs and dates–there’s a great mix in here.

Images from City Quilts (Image Courtesy C & T Publishing)

Cherri’s book is a wonderful for non-quilters (or seldom-quilters such as ourselves), because she pays so much attention to concepts such as color values and the way fabrics interact with each other. Furthermore, city-lovers will adore how Cherri translates the urban environment into cloth and stitches. We’ll be talking with Cherri about her book, men who quilt and stitch and the joys of running a business built around your passions.

We also have a sweet giveaway on this–and every–stop on the tour.  C & T is giving away a copy of the book on each stop and Robert Kaufman will be awarding the lucky winner a gorgeous stack of fat quarter solids (yum!). We’ll be adding something to this giveaway as well.

We’re looking forward to seeing you on the 20th–and make sure to visit all of the stops on the tour while you’re at it.

~S & J


19 thoughts on “Join Us on the City Quilts Blog Tour

  1. The book tour has been fantastic and it is nice to meet new bloggers as well as get a great opportunity to win Cherri’s wonderful book and the Kaufman solids.

  2. So nice to see a sewer and a sewist working together on such a variety of projects. Enjoy your evening at the Modern Domestic and thanks for hosting the blog tour.

  3. OH! Thank you for the great chance to win! I am hoping to win so that I can try out working with solids for the first time. I would love (and probably need!) to learn about colour values! Thanks again!

  4. Oops I guess I put the comment in the wrong section. I have really enjoyed the book tour and learned a whole of helpful idea’s. Love the book and fresh modern look of your quilts. Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. I am continually inspired by fresh, modern quilters and their wonderful blogs. Some wonderful books or solid fat quarters would be inspiring too.

  6. Hi! This is kind of off topic but I need some help from an established blog. Is it very hard to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I’m thinking about setting up my own but I’m not sure where to begin. Do

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