Perfect, we all know I love buildings, industrial sites, and yes, even barns. hen I saw the quilt blocks Julie was making a few years ago, I began following her blog story at Me And My Quilts.
As a child we had taken only one vacation. We went to Washington DC and stopped in Rock City. I vividly remember all the barns we passed along the way with See Rock City painted on their roofs. (Yes, I actually looked up the plural of roof and it said rooves was accepted but was the "old" way of doing it.)
Julie created block by block and I would always comment, you need to write a book! Well, she did.
Really, I do take full credit for that.
I can't keep track of how many awards See Rock City has won, but it is a lot. So many others loved it too.
When Julie decided
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So we do have a blog hop. Mine will be in May and I will have a give away of one of her beautiful books. you will want to follow the progress of all the blog hops and get more chances to win.
Check out the blog Julie set up for the book.
Free Pieced Barn Project
If you go there you can see the individual quilts made from the process notes. they are pretty spectactular!
And mine can be found at: Glenda Parks
And I have a project in the works, I am tweaking Julie's Barns a bit and making it quite my own. But that is what this book is all about.
Go get it, you will love it. ( I get no royalties or kickbacks, but maybe the Bad Basset Boyz will get a bone if my followers buy a lot of them.)