Oh the waiting was killing me. I completely know now how everyone feels when they do a published project. You have to keep it quiet for so long, it seems like forever.
Here is my very first published article! Whoowee. Can I just do a little happy dance please.
The winter edition of Quilt Scene is such an awesome honor, but to be included with such amazing talent was the kicker for me.
I love sharing ideas for projects, and all of my crafty adventures. Mostly why I created my blog, to record and keep track, be inspired, and share. This magazine brings sharing for me to a whole new level. I want to first thank the people at Quilting Art Magazine and Interweave, for seeking me out to have this amazing opportunity. (feel a little like I am in a beauty pageant, here is my wave ~)
I am excited as well to see so many of the people who inspire me along the same pages. I think that is what I love the most.
Elizabeth Hartman (you go girl) She is one uber talented lady. Her Avalon Quilt is just gorgeous.
Or the Amazing talented Alissa Haight Carlton with such a great modern project . She is forever amazing me with her talent.
I am pretty grateful to just be included with all these amazing people! I am still just soaking in the fact that it's in my hands. Here was my little article ...
Alright enough with how excited I am, as you can probably tell this was the first time being published from start to finish. It's even more rewarding being amongst friends.
I have an extra copy for one lucky winner. International commenter's welcome Just leave me a nice little comments here on this post and I will draw a winner on Saturday November 8th.
Thank you everyone for listening to my giddy nonsense.
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