Inchie Quilts Published!

Inchie QuiltsYipee!! The book is back from the printer and in the AQS warehouse, and much earlier than originally expected! I can now officially say that I’m a published author. WOW! That’s pretty cool, though it still seems a little unreal. Maybe when I actually have my hands on a copy, it will really sink in. 🙂

Inchie Quilts is available to order directly from AQS, or you can order it from me in about two weeks. I just ordered copies to be shipped to me, and they’ll take a week or two to arrive. I’ll be offering an introductory special on the Inchie Quilts book and InchieSee & InchieDo Viewer Tool and Ruler Set for just $35, more than 20% off the combined regular prices!

Since I’m here anyway, I’ll also tell you that one of my Inchie Quilts will be in the next issue of Irish Quilting, which should be on newstands in the first part of June. This is a quilt that is not in the book and the article features the quilt pattern and includes instructions to make Inchies! I’ll be sure to share pics when my copy of the magazine arrives. Well, there will be pictures of the book when it arrives as well! For now, it’s back to work writing Inchie workshop supply lists and handouts!

16 thoughts on “Inchie Quilts Published!

  1. Congratulations! I can hardly wait to see it. Hopefully the store I work in will have copies shortly. I’ll put in my request card tomorrow.
    Ann

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  2. Nadine, I am so happy for you. What a thrill and an honour! I’ll be watching your blog for info on how to order from you. You must be walking on Cloud 9.

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  3. Very, very cool! I can’t wait to see the book. Send the book and Irish mag to TQS for consideration. They will love the book. Kelly

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    1. Hmmm, I might just have to do that Kelly, but I think I’ll wait just a bit. I’ve got a lot on my plate between now and October!

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  4. How wonderful is that! Nadine, receive a warm congrats. You are indeed a published author and we are so proud of you.
    Valentina from Cyprus.

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  5. Nadine, I have learned a new quilting term, “Inchies!” I was looking at The National Quilt Museum finalists for the Burgoyne Surrounded challenge, and because I’m partial to color spectrum color themes, my eyes were drawn immediately to your quilt “Elemental Changes: Color Play.” I thought using the Inchies and attaching them with velcro so they can be rearranged was a very clever idea, and it made me want to to play with your quilt. The rainbow colors, the geometric shapes and being able to change the picture over and over again..like a parquetry board you play with as a child. How fun! I don’t know how great I would be at making an inchie…I can barely hand sew a button, and have a terrible memory of a glue incident in second grade, hah, hah! Good luck with your book!

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    1. Hi Linda!

      A new quilting term, “Inchies!

      I love it! Thank you for your kind comments about my quilt and the Inchies. And I’ll bet you could make your own Inchies just fine! The hand sewing is really beading (so it’s easy!), and there’s not much glue, so no worries about “incidents!” 😉

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