Day 2 on Quilters Secrets Blog Hop

Welcome to day two 
of the 
Quilting Secrets blog hop!

mrs pickles garden

For those of you wondering how this hop came about check out yesterdays post HERE
While you are doing that make sure you check out day one’s host

I have lined up 6 wonderfully talented quilters to join me in sharing a few of their 
Quilting Secrets !

Christine from Quilt Monster in My Closet 
 Today *****Linda from Buzzing and Bumbling****
Barbara from CatPatches
Melissa from Sewbittersweet designs
Sharon from Vroomans Quilts
Sue from Quilt Times
Hayley from Mrs.Pickles Garden (this is me)

Today’s host is Linda from Buzzing and Bumbling. I came across Linda site last year and found her site to be a jackpot for tutorials and inspiration. She is always there with a kind word and encouragement which makes her a great cheerleader.
Linda was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. After marrying, she has lived in west Texas, east Texas, Georgia, and North Carolina, and has recently moved back to the San Antonio area. She has sewn almost all of her life, starting with doll clothes and moved onto quilting in 2002 with the birth of her granddaughter. Being self taught she soon found that appliqué was what she enjoyed most. Linda has a minor in art and a major in elementary education she started selling her patterns locally and online in late 2009.
Some of Linda’s favourite projects she has made are;postID=1597902953064736640
Can you find the wolf!
. Linda loves designing quilts with fairy tale and nursery rhyme themes.  “Who’s Been Eating My Porridge?”is another of her favourites

To find out what lovely Quilting Secret Linda has to share with us Please check out her site

I would like to give a huge Thank you Linda for taking part in the hop and to Chelsey from The Fat Quarter Shop of sponsoring today’s giveaway

The Fat Quarter Shop was founded in 2003 by Kimberly Jolly. From the very beginning, she was committed to delivering top-notch service for every single order and customer. 
As the Fat Quarter Shop's reputation grew, Kimberly decided to make it a full-time operation. Her husband Kevin joined her not long after, and with his help, lots of hard work, and a tireless commitment, the store began to grow. Over the past few years a few more people have joined the staff!As a team, they continue to branch out with the best fabrics, exclusive kits, quilt clubs, BOMs, and more. And will always be driven by the passion that Kimberly founded the store upon, which is always giving you the best products and service!

I hope everyone has fun on the hop I know I can't wait to read about everyone's secrets!!


  1. This is so fun! Thanks for bringing in such creative and talented ladies to teach us a few things. :O)

  2. You have done a great job for this hop! Thank you for all your hard work. Happy Quilty New Year!

  3. You've done such a great job on the hop! I love that there is only one a day to visit. (So much easier during the holiday season!) I'm always open to learning and this is a really great idea!!! Thank you, Hayley!

  4. Loving this tips and tricks series! The YouTube video on binding is wonderful.

  5. I'm loving the tips! You selected a great group of quilters and I love the short list...quick and easy peasy!! Great idea!!
    Gmama Jane

  6. What a great start to the New Year! Great group of ladies on the Blog Hop and happy they are sharing quilting secrets. I can always use a tip or two. Thanks, Judith, Texas

  7. Linda's Tip was Great! Looking forward to using it SOON! Hugs and Great Job!


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