Monday, February 11, 2013

Blog Fodder: Wall Quilts & a Giveway

Welcome to this week's Linky Party! 

The theme this week is Wall Quilts. According to 
Dawn Pages’ Quilt Glossary, a wall quilt is “a smallish quilted piece designed and constructed to be hung on the wall for decoration. Can contain specialty fabrics and embellishments that are not meant to be washed or undergo strain or wear.”

Please enter 
your name and a link to your blog or a picture in Flickr. Link up to your wall quilts (you may enter more than once) using Mr Linky below and do visit as many of the other links as you can.  You will get some great ideas and may even find new followers and/or blogs to follow.

At the end of each month, all linky entries for that month will be tallied and one lucky winner will receive a charm pack of  20 (5") scrappy squares!  The monthly giveaway is open to residents within and outside the United States.
To win the giveaway, you must
1.            Enter a link to your quilt below.
2.            Be a member of this blog.
3.            Leave a comment.

Be sure to check back each week to participate in a different quilt theme.


  1. Thank you chumkie for the oppurtunity. I have linked 3 of my quilted wall hanging.

    1. I love all your pretty wall quilts! Thanks for linking in and sharing them with us.

  2. Happy Monday!! I only have one piddly wall hanging finish so far. My first ever sewing machine experience. :)

    1. Happy Monday to you too! Your wall quilt is very special because it was your first quilt and we appreciate you sharing it with us.

      Thanks for linking in, Kelly!


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