Friday, July 25, 2014

Tune in won't you?

Tune in Monday, July 28, 2014 4pm eastern to American Patchwork & Quilting Radio hosted by Pat Sloan.  I'll be talking about my book and other shenanigans.

And starting Monday you can enter for your chance to win this quilt.  It's a remake of my cover quilt called Posy Patrol.  This one's called Midnight Posy Patrol. Stop back by Monday for details.



-dana

14 comments:

Kar said...

Sounds so exciting Dana!!! Hope you had a great trip. :)

diane said...

Beautiful quilt, beautiful book and beautiful friend

Beth said...

I showed the book tomy new group that are doing Block of the month. :)
I will try and remember to listen, but homestly I usually forget.Luckily if I do forget I will listen after Pat posts it to the website.

Paige said...

How fun! I was sooo sad to miss you when you were in town for the TMQG meeting. :(

The Cozy Pumpkin said...

It's a truly gorgeous and thoughtful book, Dana! So pleased to have it in my "collection." :)

Sharon said...

What a cool design for your quilt! I love the Alison glass fabric, so it's a win!

ChristaQuilts said...

Super exciting!! I can't wait to listen :-)

Denise in PA said...

I sure will, Dana! I love when Pat has someone I "know" on! What fun!

DebbyMc said...

Arghhhhhh, I'll be on an airplane...is it replaying anywhere? Cuz I wanna listen! So cool, Dana...:-)

Jackie said...

How fun! I hope I will remember for tomorrow.

Mcm said...

Excellent! Also to all Dana's blog fans and friends, there's a great feature on Amazon and Martingale websites that allow us to rate Dana's book, sure would be nice to see a lot of 5 star recommendations for such a great book!

Toohey said...

Hi Dana! I sent you an email with my quilt shop info.
I get my quilt inspiration from the combination of a fabric and a quilt photo. I troll blogs, IG and Flickr and now have dozens of projects I'd like to start!

Joan H. said...

I emailed the names of a couple shops that I think should carry your book. I get inspiration from quilts I see, beautiful fabrics, and from appealing patterns.

Rebecca said...

I get my inspiration from the people around me; friends, family who move me to share my appreciation with something handmade! Seeing lovely fabrics like these also never hurts to get the creative juices flowing :)