30 Sep 2015

Let's Bee Social #92

First off, I really want to thank each and every one of you for all your support of this linky party. It is such a pleasure to take some time each week to visit some of the links and to see that there are always familiar names having left a comment before my arrival. Because that's what this linky party is all about. Your friendly and sweet comments left on each other's blogs really makes me happy!

And secondly, I want to thank you all again. This time for all your kind comments left on my own blog each week. But most especially for my postings last week about the Gossip Girl finish! You really make me proud to be a part of this great big, world wide, quilting community. And Wednesdays just wouldn't BEE the same without each of YOU!




Yesterday I posted the final instructions for the Dog Gone Cute quilt along. And now I am so dog gone excited for next week to get here! I am so looking forward to visiting all the Dog Gone Cute blog hop participants during the next month and seeing what everyone has made!

Here are some sneak peeks....



Now it's time for the linky party!!!!! What's buzzing at your hive?

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    • Click on at least a few of the others who have linked up.
    • In your blog post, please include a link back to my blog.
    • Grab the "Let's Bee Social!" button from above and put it on your sidebar. This way others who visit your blog that week can join in the fun!  Share the news of this new linky and Let's Bee Social!
    • Following Sew Fresh Quilts is not required. But it sure would BEE nice!








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20 comments:

Lorinda said...

So many cute puppies! I can't wait to see them all on the hop... thanks for hosting the linkup!

Nancy J said...

Those wee doggies are so cute, and so many different fabric choices, every one a winner.

KMTrott said...

Lovely display of dog gone cute pups :)

Thank YOU Lorna, for all of the work you put into your patterns, I've done several and each have been a pleasure to work on. So often, in cyber world as in the real world, what a person gives out they receive x 10. Let's Bee Social is what it is because of you. Your lead in posts are full of smiles and brightness and your responses to posts always positive and thoughtful. You are definitely one of the good ones :)

Preeti Harris said...

Oh Lorna, thank you for hosting Bee Sewcial. It is something I look forward to every Wednesday.
Your work is inspiring. You generously share your knowledge in the form tutorials, quilt-alongs and useful links - that is so darned classy of you.
Hugs, Preeti.

krislovesfabric said...

Can't wait for next week's puppy party, thank you :)

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

so many cute pups! And such a nice variety!

SarahZ said...

I ALWAYS smile when I see those cute pups pop up anywhere! Y'done good with this one! What is it about a speckled pup? Looking forward to the Blog Hop for full immersion in Dog Gone Cuteness :)

Tish Stemple said...

A big thank you to you for hosting this great party and giving all of us a chance to meet up once a week and share! I'm am so excited for next week and to see all of the cute puppies. The more I see the more I want to make.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

Thank you!! Your patterns are awesome. You share free tutorials. If you hadn't created Let's Bee Social, we wouldn't have this great opportunity to meet new people and see all the wonderful creations being made out there.

Cut&Alter said...

Just realised it was Wednesday so quickly took a picture to link up!!!! Where has the week gone? I spy some of my little puppies in your montage ..... I've really enjoyed seeing other people's dogs come to life. Huge thanks to you because there is no way I would have made something like this if it wasn't the commitment I made to be part of the Blog Hop!!!!

LA Paylor said...

It's so much fun to see all these dogs showing up all over the place! LeeAnna

Leanne Parsons said...

That's a lot of adorable little dogs! It must be so much fun for you to see what everyone does with your patterns. :)

Jayne said...

Thank you for having such a wonderful, fun and creative link up for us all Lorna! I look forward to wednesdays with you!

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Thank you for hosting Lorna's. I always enjoy visiting :)

-Soma

Daytona Damsel said...

All those cute little pups. I Can't wait to see all the completed quilts.
Debbie

the zen quilter said...

Oh, those dogs - is this your most popular design yet? But I love them all! You are so talented and fun. I love Let's Bee Social so much - I love finding other blogs and seeing what other people are doing - I hate it when I can't come to the party! Thanks for throwing it every week.

Katie V said...

I can't wait to pop around and se how all the puppies came out. So far they look great!!

Pedal Sew Lightly said...

Thanks a bunch for hosting this linky. I can't wait for next weeks event too. All the DGCQ versions have been so cute!

Jen said...

I'm loving seeing all the adorable puppy pictures popping up! I'm going to have to try one after I tackle my list! Thanks for the fun linky and for your kind and thoughtful comments!

Nancy said...

I keep seeing these little pups all over the quilting blogs. What fun to have a blog hop for them.

Thanks for hosting the link-up.