Now Touring: Yep, It’s Us

by melissa on June 25, 2012

Have we ever done anything quietly? Well, we’re not about to start now, especially when it comes to getting the word out about GenQ‘s transition into print.

Believe it or not, some folks in the modern/contemporary stitching world haven’t heard about our new baby. (What? Are they living under a rock?)  So, today–with a lot of help from some dear friends and supporters, we kick off the Generation Q Debut Issue Blog Tour.  First out of the gate is Miss Print’s Kaye Prince.  Our heartfelt thanks to Kaye and all our blogging friends who agreed to help us spread the word and tell you what they think about this first issue.

Of course you’ll have a chance to win your very own copy of this debut issue at each stop on the tour. In fact, there will be 16 chances in all, so check in daily on these fine blogs as the party progresses:

June 25–Kaye Prince, Miss Print

June 26–Carrie Bloomston, Such Designs

June 27–Cara Wilson, Cara Quilts

June 28–Heather Jones, Olive and Ollie

June 29–Melissa Peda, 100 Billion Stars

June 30–Rose Hughes, Ravenspeak Quilts

July 1–Bari Ackerman, Bari J

July 2–Fat Quarter Shop

July 3–Emily Cier, Carolina Patchworks

July 4–Scott Hansen, Blue Nickel Studios

July 5–Jackie Kunkel, Canton Village  Quilt Works

July 6–Cheryl Arkison, Naptime Quilter

July 7–Amy Ellis,  Amy’s Creative Side

July 8–Julie Herman, Jaybird Quilts

July 9–Megan Dougherty, The Bitchy Stitcher (Wonder what she’ll have to say?)

July 10–FabTalk blog

And would you look at that? The tour ends right before a very special day: July 11. Our birthday, and the first anniversary of when GenQ first debuted online! Let’s just say the GenQ-tinis will be flowing then!

But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Again, our thanks to the cast of star bloggers on our tour! And if you don’t win any of their giveaways, you can still get your very own copy. Just check under the “Current Issue” tab on this site, and you’ll find a list of online and brick-and-mortar shops that stock GenQ. Or, you can buy a copy from little ol’ us.

Enjoy the tour!

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Cindy Sharp Identicon Icon Cindy Sharp June 25, 2012 at 11:56 am

Just picked up a copy of your magazine….had to read it on a quilting bus trip didn’t I?! Well done!

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quiltzyx/sue Identicon Icon quiltzyx/sue June 25, 2012 at 9:26 pm

I’m on my way!

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jan fleming Identicon Icon jan fleming July 8, 2012 at 6:55 am

want to make the quilt on the cover

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Beth Dollar Identicon Icon Beth Dollar July 9, 2012 at 7:12 am

I am excited about finding your web site and about the Gen Q magazine. Adorable puppet patterns.

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