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Week 4 of Seaside Adventure Row Along

I'm so sorry for the delay with this post, I've had some technology gremlins that took a couple of days for me to solve.  The weeks are just flying by with the Seaside Adventure Row Along!  I hope that you are enjoying hopping all over the quilting internet, meeting new quilt designers, getting inspired, and most importantly having fun.  

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If you are new here you can see all the Seaside Adventure Rows here.  Each week another group of designers will be featured.  The rows are free the week they debut but after that week designers may charge for their rows.  If you don't want to miss out on any of the blocks be sure to sign up for the email blast so you know when the next week goes live.

This week we are visiting Duck Creek Mountain Quilting, Linda B's Creations, and Sunflower Quilts.  Let's get to hopping around and getting new rows!  This hop is making me want a beach vacation after just four weeks. 

First up this week is Duck Creek Mountain Quilting.  This bucket and shovel are just adorable.  It's a great addition to our collection of beach and sea-themed blocks.  You can find Sue on Instagram @sue_duckcreekquilting if you make her block use the hashtag #duckcreekquilting so she can it. 

Next, we are heading over to Linda B's Creations.  She's got a great block that combines traditional piecing and applique work.  You can find Linda on Instagram @Linda_Bratten and be sure to use the hashtag #lindabrattencreations you make something she's designed.

Our last stop is Sunflower Stitchery. I love the impact this block has, it's really cool.  You can find Raylee on Instagram @sunflowerquilting be sure to use her hashtag #sunflowerstitcheriesandquilting too when you post your blocks. 

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