Welcome to Quilty Pleasures

If you’re new here because of the blog tour, welcome!

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This is me. I’m a real person and I say “welcome.”

We have so much fun on Quilty Pleasures and I hope you’ll come back often. I’m Diane Harris, the Interactive Editor for Quiltmaker. I’m the person who manages the blog and Quiltmaker’s social media, which is where the “interactive” part comes in. I love rubbing elbows with our readers! I’m a quilter, just like you.

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Our current issue, May/June ’14

My job is to let you know about Quiltmaker and our products, but rest assured you’ll find much more here, too! Here are some examples of the quality content we offer:

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A Quick Quilt Label Method

 

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Understanding Stitch Length

 

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100 Things Every Quilter Should Do

 

There are numerous ways to connect with Quiltmaker and I hope you’ll take advantage of them. In addition to Quilty Pleasures, you’re invited to:

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Like us on Facebook for eye candy, ideas, inspiration, fun and occasional sewing opportunities

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Follow us on Pinterest for beautifully curated online “bulletin boards” of quilt-related images, ideas and more

• Sign up for our enewsletter, Quilty News

 

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• Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free block patterns and weekly techniques

I’ll look forward to having you around! If you have questions or comments, you can always email us using editor@quiltmaker.com. We’re real people and real quilters, just like you.

And again,

Welcome! I’m glad you’re here!

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About Diane Harris

I'm Interactive Editor for Quiltmaker magazine in Golden, Colorado, USA. For six years, I've been writing pattern instructions and product reviews, and doing a host of other tasks necessary to help produce a national pattern magazine. Now I work remotely from rural Nebraska to generate some of our online content. I manage the QM Scrap Squad, our blog tours and our Quilt-Alongs. I have one of the best jobs in the world.
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15 Responses to Welcome to Quilty Pleasures

  1. Jane Smith says:

    I’m a quilting newbie, so haven’t gotten a favorite style, yet. I love your blog & magazine for giving me new ideas to try.

  2. judy says:

    Diane,
    You guys always make the blog tour fun!I look forward to the week from year to year. Thank you for the thrill of the chase to win something! ha-ha! I still look at all my old “100″ editions. I carry them in a “go” bag when we travel. Great job!

  3. Lois LaPointe says:

    The use of so many colors and color changes in the blocks is always an inspiration to me!

  4. Julie M says:

    Pieced Hunter Stars are my latest passion, but I must admit the Delta Star by Sunny Steinkuhler it is stunning & makes me wish to run to my stash……………so many beautiful blocks to create, now to make the time.

  5. Martina says:

    Thanks for sharing all the links ! That is a great inspiration!

  6. Veta Mutart says:

    Love seeing new ideas. Love sewing

  7. Judy Currie says:

    Loved the blocks. Just hopped on . Blog surfing has begun.

  8. ivy gabbard says:

    I would love to make all the blocks

  9. Elizabeth Monahan says:

    Lots of fun ideas. And I love blogtours!

  10. Diane Bowron says:

    Really excited about the wide variety of blocks shown in the blogs.

  11. Barbara W. says:

    Always great ideas!

  12. Dorothy Holt says:

    Another book I would love to work from… Thanks

  13. Susan Ragan says:

    Love the new blocks!

  14. Valerie Bennett says:

    Great

  15. Joanne Boida says:

    Looks like fun!

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