October 29, 2014

Surface Design Essentials Blog Tour -- Coming Soon

I’m excited about the recent release of my Quilting Arts TV instructional video, Surface Design Essentials for the Printed Quilt.  Whether you are new to the possibilities of surface design, or an experienced artist looking to expand your repertoire, you will find lots to inspire you, and clear and concise instructions to guide you.
Surface Design Essentials for the Printed Quilt
To celebrate the release, I’m hosting a blog tour with some of my favorite artists and bloggers.  I am thrilled—and this is not hyperbole—that all of these women agreed to view and review my DVD. 

The tour starts November 5th, with this schedule:
11/5/14: Sue Reno http://suereno.blogspot.com/
11/6/14: Susan Brubaker Knapp http://wwwbluemoonriver.blogspot.com/
11/7/14: Allie Aller http://alliesinstitches.blogspot.com/
11/8/14: Diane Doran http://www.oohprettycolors.blogspot.com/
11/9/14: Vivien Zepf http://sevenpinesdesigns.blogspot.com/
11/10/14: Virginia Spiegel http://www.virginiaspiegel.com/blog/
11/11/14: Cynthia St. Charles http://cynthia-stcharles.blogspot.com/
11/12/14: Natalya Aikens http://artbynatalya.blogspot.com/
11/13/14: Lyric Kinard http://lyrickinard.com/blog/

I so admire and trust these professional artists that I kept my request to them very simple.  I didn't ask for a particular type of review, or for them to make a project according to specifications.  I just asked them to write about whatever aspects of Surface Design Essentials for the Printed Quilt appealed to them, in their own style and with their own unique perspective.

Solomon's Seal print by Sue Reno
I know it will be a very interesting blog tour and I am looking forward to it!  I hope you will join us.

As always, thanks for reading and commenting.


Louise Doney said...

What a small, small world. I live in Mt. Gretna, but just found out about you're talent through Allie Aller. I met her last year when we went to Paris as the winners of the DMC contest, she is a treasure! Looking forward to your Blog tour, I am first and foremost an Embroideress but love,love,love crazy quilts.

Sue Reno said...

Hi Louise, I have yet to meet Allie in person, but I absolutely agree she is a treasure! It is indeed a small, and wonderful, world.