Foy from Garden. Cook. Write. Repeat.
and ME from Pocket Pause
We’re not big fans of rules so there are just two of them:
1. No big corporation or business advertising or promotional posts. Let’s not dilute Eat Make Grow with junky posts. We don’t mind helping out the little home grown businesses of independent bloggers or handmade merchants (Etsy, etc.).
2. Please link your posts back to one of the hosting blogs.This is a common blog hop courtesy. This link helps build the Eat Make Grow community by sending your readers to all of the other participant’s posts. We will feature two posts each week and we will only consider posts that have a link back. A text link is fine, or you can grab this button and put it anywhere on your blog, linking back to this post:
Each week we’ll pick a few of our favorite posts and feature them right here! Here are this week’s featured posts. Is one of them yours? Grab our “Featured Blogger” button to post on your blog and show off how cool you are. You can also visit our Pinterest Eat Make Grow Featured Bloggers pin board to see some of our favorites. Let’s take a look at last week’s links. First of all, I want to say that we were so excited by the turn out for our first hop. We didn’t do very much promotion for this, and were hoping to avoid embarrassment and get up to 20 links. Well, you came out in force and we were so excited to get over 75 posts linked up to the inaugural Eat Make Grow hop!
Each week we will go through every single link that you guys are so kind to share with us, and we feature two. The first is the link that received the most clicks, and the second is a curated choice by this week’s host, Marigold. This was not an easy task!The most clicked on link was:
“At first, I thought that they were some kind of insect droppings, but that would be a pretty large insect! They look a little like green hand grenades!”
Brenda found a critter in her garden and asks her readers to help her solve the mystery. Jump on over to A Separate Path to find out what was hanging out on Brenda’s tomatoes!
And Marigold’s favorite project from last week’s list was this:
“I kept the quilting minimal in hopes that the quilt would remain wrappable and snuggle-up-able. Mission accomplished.”
It was hard to choose a favorite, but in the end, she kept coming back to this project. Jacquie made this sweet baby blanket for her best friend’s new little one. It’s quiet colors and modern design are just perfect for a baby boy. Visit At Home in Hope to see more of the quilt.
Thanks for linking up Brenda and Jacquie! We hope you’ll proudly display the Eat Make Grow Featured Blogger button on your blog:
And thanks so much to everyone who linked up and shared our hop with your readers. We are excited about watching this community grow and hope you’ll continue to post your projects this week and every Thursday!