I Double Dog Dare You!

To Dresden!  The break for the weekend is done.  I hope you have visited them.  I have had so much inspiration from those two days.

These blogs have taken the dare for today:

January 28th, 2013

A Reformed Heath’n


Rosemary B @ “that Other Blog”

Stitch Duchess’ Crazy & Sane Quilting World

Grammie Q’s

Bumbleberry Stitches

Sunshine Girl


Butjenter Quilter

Blooming Where I am Planted

Quilting Lodge

The Tilted Quilt

Life in the Scrapatch

Pretty Bobbins

In The Boon Docks

Sew Much and More

Threading My Way

Pink Ribbon Quilts

Thimble Mouse & Spouse


I don’t think I can handle any more!  Yet there are still three more days (including mine tomorrow!)

About Kim

I am a mom of two that now resides in San Antonio area. I moved from Hawaii a year ago. I am a full-time student that works part time at the college I attend as a work-study. When I have time, I quilt, make jewelry, and now craft with my new silhouette cameo cutter.
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7 Responses to I Double Dog Dare You!

  1. Christine L says:

    Thank you so much for the promo post! Looking forward to seeing your dresden dare!!

  2. pat says:

    It is a “beautiful flower” quilt … well named. Your rainbow dresden is lovely also. Your dye process yielded the perfect blend of colors. Thanks for sharing … :) Pat

  3. You did a fantastic job on both Dresdens…love the dyed fabrics….but adore the flower…

  4. Nancy of IN says:

    Love the color wheel Dresden. Just my style. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Love your dresdens thanks for shareign them with us.

  6. Susan says:

    You sure are motivated. To dye the fabrics. I’ve never tried dying fabric. And I adore your fabrics. You are awesome to acknowledge to each of the other bloggers for their contribution to your flower Dresden quilt. I adore since I am a very blue person. I love blue quilts. I want a blue and white quilt and don’t even have one planned yet. Thank you for taking time to participate and share and be a huge inspiration to all of us. I shared your binding tutorial with an “old” friend and I plan to use it on a couple of quilts that I need and finish ASAP and get into the mail for twins that are rapidly growing. Enjoy your remaining time there and we will certainly welcome you to the mainland.

  7. Kathy Gentry says:

    I love your dyed fabric, your Dresden block, and I certainly love your flower. Beautiful!

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