11/09/2015

QFEA Book Tour




This book is the fruit of sweat, blood, and tears.  Over the course of two years, it was a physically demanding task, as well as an emotional journey.  One that no one could ever fully understand until they experience the publishing industry for themselves.  This experience is one that I will be eternally grateful for.  It challenged me in so many different ways, allowed me to grow, and it will continue to test my strength and perseverance in the coming years.

When writing this book, I sincerely strived to make something different.  I wanted the designs to stand out from what we typically see in quilt books.  As a consumer of quilt books myself, I yearned to see designs that were fresh and appealed to a more modern aesthetic.   I tried to fill that void with Quilting from every Angle, and I think I did a good job.  I really hope you love it.





To celebrate the release of Quilting from every Angle, some wonderful friends and associates of mine have come together to share this book with you.   Please stop by to see what they are up to and what they have to say about the book.  There will be a giveaway at each stop, so enter for your chance to win a copy of my book.  I am very excited to share my book with you, and I hope you find great inspiration in it.


BLOG TOUR

11/10- Michelle Wilkie of Factotum of Arts
11/11- Hillary Goodwin of Entropy Always Wins
11/12- Karen Lewis of Karen Lewis Textiles
11/13- Anna Graham of Noodlehead

11/16- Rachel McCormack of Wooden Spoon Quilts
11/17- Tara Larson of Rad & Happy 
11/18- Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane
11/19- Holly Hughes of Holly Gets Quilty
11/20- Nicole Daksiewicz of Modern Handcraft

11/23- Pat Bravo of Pat Bravo Fabric Design 
11/24- Astrid Slagle of Red Red Completely Red
11/25- Holly DeGroot of Bijou Lovely
11/26- Christopher Thompson of The Tattooed Quilter
11/27- Spoonflower

xx nancy

7 comments:

  1. I will be visiting all of those blogs. I looked for your book at Barnes and Noble this past weekend - not there - yet?

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  2. can't wait to see all the amazing quilts made from this book - it looks fantastic! Many congratulations :-)

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  3. I want this book so much, but my LQS doesn't have it yet...maybe I'll get lucky and win a copy!!! Congratulations on making it through the whole process!!!!!

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    1. You can order a signed copy directly from Nancy!

      http://owensolivia.blogspot.com/2015/09/quilting-from-every-angle.html

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  4. This book is SO interesting! I would so enjoy having a copy! Thanks!!

    Liz
    boltonia55@yahoo.com

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  5. So exciting! What an amazing accomplishment! I'm looking forward to getting your book and using it to begin my quilting journey. I've wanted to learn to quilt for such a long time but I really need the time, a different machine (currently have a basic Pfaff and Bernina), I found your blog while researching for a new machine which Im still deciding on. I went for years with my great Pfaff which I got from a manufacturer's rep doing demos at a local store. But after my daughter learned to sew, my eyes were opened to all the great features available now.

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  6. congratulations!! definitely on my Christmas wish list!

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