Island Batik Lone Star Blog Hop

by | Dec 3, 2022 | 13 comments

I am excited to announce the Island Batik Lone Star Blog Hop that begins on Monday!! I hope you will join along in the fun. It will run through December 22nd. I’ll send you the schedule each week so you won’t have to search for it! You can also follow along on the Songbird Designs Facebook Group, as well and my Facebook Page! I would appreciate so much if you like and follow my group and page!

Here’s the first week’s schedule with a peek at the gorgeous new fabrics that will be displayed in the Lone Star quilts!

December 5

Maryellen McAuliffe, Mary Mack Made Mine

Gail Sheppard, Quilting Gail

December 6

Megan Best, Bestquilter

Brenda Alburl, Songbird Designs YOU ARE HERE!!

December 7

Preeti Harris, Sew Preeti Quilts

Emily Leachman, The Darling Dogwood

December 8

Jennifer Thomas, Curlicue Creations

December 9

Blog Hop Round-Up Week 1 and Giveaway

We will begin sharing the quilts on Monday, but the giveaway starts now! To celebrate the Lone Star Blog Hop, Island Batik is giving away a Fat Quarter bundle of the complete Island Batik Bamboo Blooms (that’s the collection I am using) or Chickadee or collections, both by Kathy Engle.

To enter for your chance to win one of the two prizes above, follow the simple Rafflecopter prompts below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway ends on December 9th at 11:59 pm PST. Two random winners will be notified by email on December, 10 and announced on the Island Batik Facebook page on December, 13th. Please check your spam folders! If the winners do not respond within the first two days after being notified, two new random winners will be chosen and notified.

You can also follow Island Batik on Facebook and Instagram to see the 25 striking Lone Star quilts that we will start sharing next week! See you then!!

Happy Quilting!

Brenda

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13 Comments

  1. Carol Andrews

    Hi Brenda. So many beautiful fabrics. I’m looking forward to seeing the Lonestar. It’s one of my favourite quilts. My first quilt was started at a quilt retreat in Barkerville, BC. It was a spool quilt made of 4” finished spool blocks, made with 13 pieces of fabric. Since the quilt was queen sized you can imagine the number of blocks. (I’ve forgotten).

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  2. Rita Haverman

    I made a simple sampler quilt that I still have. I was a newbie that garment sewed previously. 20 years later I’m still going strong. Batiks are my favorites!

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  3. Doreen S

    My first quilt was a baby quilt for my sister. It was appliqued with a pink flamingo and trees and a pond. I was 12 years old and drew up the pattern myself.

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  4. nancyangerer

    My 1st quilt was a twin-sized quilt. I embroidered 114 four in squares with little pictures taken from coloring books. I also hand quilted it.

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  5. yoyopattycakeshotmailcom

    My first quilt was a baby quilt for my doll!

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  6. Susan Green

    My first quilt was a Log Cabin, cut with scissors. (Showing my age!)

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  7. Gail Beam

    Hi Brenda, I will look forward to your new blog hop posts. Thanks for the chance to win some awesome fat quarters.

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  8. Daryl

    Brenda, I look forward to seeing what you and the other Ambassadors make. I really appreciate that you will let your readers/followers know when each Ambassador is posting their project or I wouldn’t be able to even find them all, unless I follow them and I do follow a few, but not all of them.

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    • Daryl

      Oops, I thought this was a Batik Ambassador blog hop when I saw the batiks, lol!!! I thought I could edit my comment, but doesn’t appear I can. My bad, lol!

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  9. Bonnie Larson

    Oh, I cannot wait. I love thee bloghops. My very first quilt was a log cabin for my daughter. Thanks

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  10. Helen Bowie

    My first quilt was all hearts, hand stitched.

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  11. DAWN denice WELLS

    my first quilt was a swirling lone star king size. the star was 60 inches in middle

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