Welcome to our Stitch Along Sunday party!
How does this party work?
Every Sunday, Ruth Blanchet over at Arbee Designs provides four words. Your mission, should you choose to accept it is to create a letter or A4 sized mini quilt top which represents those four words with a new word introduced each Sunday.
At the same time, every Sunday I am hosting a linky party where we can all share what we created using the previous week’s instructions from Ruth.
The basic steps for this party!
Step 2: Create your mini quilt using the Stitch Along Sunday instructions.
Step 3: Post a couple photos of your creation to your blog.
Step 4: Link up here at Quilts by Jen to share your work.
Step 5: Check out some of the other submissions, comment and encourage each other
Step 6: Rinse and Repeat!
Some basic rules for this party:
- Your project should be based on Stitch Along Sunday. Or, if you have another art quilt you’d like to share, for sure, join in. This is party is really all about art quilts, after all.
- Mention us in your post, either with a link or button. If you have a linky party page or buttons on your sidebar that works great, please just at least mention something in your post, for example “I’m linking to Quilts by Jen’s Stitch Along Sunday party, see my party page/sidebar for their button”
- If you follow us, we follow back!! PLEASE make sure to comment and tell us you’re following, and we’ll hop on over and follow too! 🙂
- The most important rule, TAKE TIME TO COMMENT. The best linky parties are where everyone gets a lot of comments. Try commenting on the post just before yours. If you take the time to check out their project, take one more second to leave a comment.
Still wondering just what Stitch Along Sunday is supposed to be creating? Here’s my first Stitch Along Sunday creation using the words Time, Round, Blue, Plant:
Get the Party Button:
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Not sure how to add the button to your blog post or sidebar? Here’s a great little tutorial from The Crafty Mummy