Today is day two of our Country Girl Modern Blog Hop.
Today our featured blogger who is telling about our book it Michelle from Michelle’s Romantic Tangle. I have never met Michelle in person but I have to say, that doesn’t mean she’s not at the top of my friend list.
Our friendship started a couple years ago when she wrote and asked me a question….From then on we’ve been back and forth sharing contacts, sharing life as bloggers and sharing about our families.
Michelle is a home school mom who spends many hours on the road chauffeuring her children to activities and keeps the home fires burning taking care of her growing family.
I don’t know how many times Hubby comes and tells me I better get to bed because it’s late and I find myself saying -but I have to finish a note to Michelle. Michelle was with us from the very beginning of the book. I sent her pictures of the quilts and she’d give an honest opinion saying yes to some quilts and no to others. Her advice was great to get as she know a lot about quilting.
Michelle hosts a really fun baby quilt linky party each Friday. You can find it here. She is an avid stitcher…with a passion for vintage embroidery patterns.
Michelle and I both love thrifting and love reading. Michelle is always doing book reviews. Both of us have a love of antiques too.
It’s often that I’ll write and say…look what I found thrifting…she always replies with the same enthusiasm that I feel.
Sometimes it makes me sad that we don’t live closer, that we’re both home-bodies and both have trouble leaving our families. Michelle has offered that I should come out to Sisters one day as she isn’t all that far from there….Oh, I’ve been tempted. Someday I might just surprise her and actually do it.
Michelle is the creator and designer of my favorite Moda Bake Shop quilt EVER-30’s Barn Raising.
It’s on my someday list of quilts to make.
If you’ve never been to Michelle’s …stop by. You’ll likely love her as much as I do! Here’s a link to her site….she’s offering a free copy of our book to one lucky ready so head on over and check it out!
If you missed yesterday’s blog hop site you can find Country Threads here.