GUEST BLOGGER: Louie Bolton, Min Pin, soon to be 10 years old
Hello there! My name is Louie Bolton. When I’m not chasing squirrels, begging for cookies, or wheezing from eating too fast, I do a little modeling on the side. I love to walk the catwalk…especially in my posh, quilted doggie jacket.
Here I am in my den protecting our quilt “Groovy Guitars” by Robbi Joy Eklow:
I love this quilt, although it makes me wistful because I don’t have opposable thumbs (or fingers for that matter), and I’ll never be able to rock a guitar riff or conduct a jam session in my kennel!
Anyhow, would you like a three-pound bag of fabrics? That’s more than a third of my body weight! I thought I’d better sit in front of it to give you a sense of scale…
In it you’ll find: scraps of screened and printed hand-dyed fabrics and batiks by Pokey, fats of commercial fabrics, some Lutradur, stabilizers, and much more!
Why the big giveaway? I’m turning the big 1-0 this year and so is Quilting Arts Magazine®! To celebrate these upcoming momentous events, we’re launching a series of fabulous giveaways to get this party started. All you have to do is answer the question below, and we’ll randomly pick a winner on Monday afternoon (September 20), 5:00 PM EDT.
My question: Over the past 10 years what has been your favorite Quilting Arts experience? It could be favorite article, technique, light-bulb moment, QATV segment, etc. I know that’s a pretty open-ended question, but being the cerebral canine that I am, I am very interested in what you have to say! Good luck, my two-legged friends!