Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Winner and Give Away #2

Soooo....are you ready to hear who the winner is of the Kona Color Card??!! 

I had to chuckle when I saw who the Random Generator chose because she is actually in one of my bees!! 

Drum Roll Please......
Who is lucky number nine????


Congratulations Kelly!! I will get that out to you this week! :D 

Now I suppose you are all wondering what the second half of my give away is..... how about a Freebird Layercake??!! Would you like one of those? This is a gorgeous line by MoMo for Moda that has reds and purples and oranges and blues and whites and browns in it! Yum!


All you have to do to enter is leave one comment to tell me what you think you might make from this layer cake... AND... what would you maybe like to see more of on my blog. :D

One comment per person please! 

I will close the post for entries on Saturday (10/23/10) at 10 pm central time and randomly draw a winner then!

Good luck!! 

Much Love!!!

187 comments :

  1. This one is easier, I have seen a circle quilt done in this range and it looked amazing

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  2. I'd love to do a quilt with stars. a layer cake is a good starting point for that.

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  3. I would love to join the layer cake quilt along.

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  4. Oh, I have a few quilt sketches that it would work perfect for :) I would love to see a page link like you were talking about earlier that goes to all of your tutorials.

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  5. Why I think I would make the Schnibble Paganini with it!

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  6. This is so cute! I don't have anything in mind yet....but I am sure it will be fabulous!!!!

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  7. oh, there's this cute quilt I saw that calls for a layer cake - a strippy quilt kind of thing. Or maybe I'd branch out and finally do something with circles or curves.

    As for suggestions for your blog, well, can't really think of anything I'd change. Thanks for what you do post - I love to look at your blog each day and see if there's something new!

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  8. That fabric would definitely make a cute quilt. I love seeing the tutorials and random tips.

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  9. I have been looking at a star pattern for a while that would be wonderfull for these.

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  10. I picked up a great pattern called "Split Decision", and I think this layer cake would be great for it! Jody Edwards ~ jody.edwards@yahoo.com

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  11. I'm thinking this needs to be a large lap quilt. Perhaps adding a solid looking fabric and creating something wonderful with rectangles...

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  12. love this fabric!
    I would make a pinwheel quilt. thanx for the chance :)

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  13. why am I not surprised Kelly won? ;)

    I don't know what I'd make... but one can never have too many layer cakes on hand, and I love so many of the fabrics in this line.

    What I'd like to see... hmmm... I don't know, but Steiger sure likes it when you post pictures of your kitties. ;)

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  14. I have been looking for the perfect layer cake for Moose on the Porch Quilt quilt-along. As for your blog: I love photos of projects (in progress or finished), tutorials and bits&pieces what inspires you and how you "put it into a quilt".
    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  15. Ooohhh, i love freebird! another blog i follow- moose on the porch quilts-is starting a layercake quilt along next week!! I'd definately use it for that:)

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  16. Love your blog the way it is. Lots of quilts, lots of tips. I think I would make the Schnibbles times two X-Rated with the layer cake. Just bought the book recently and have been wanting to try something from it.

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  17. This would be perfect for Moose On the Porch's layer cake quilt along!!

    Thank you for the great give away...


    More tutes are always fun!

    SheilaC

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  18. Congratulations to the winner. And I would LOVE to win this fabulous fabric, and probably try and make a lap quilt...oooh, or I want to make some fabric necklaces for my nieces, this fabric is so pretty, it might just be perfect for it! Or some cute scarfs!! Or dollie dresses for my daughter....or....or....or....I could go on and on!
    Thanks for a wonderful giveaway. And I like your blog, I read all your posts, so...why change somethin' that ain't broken? :)
    ~Teresa

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  19. Right now I am really into plain patchwork. I really like the way it showcases the fabrics.

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  20. I would love to make a baby quilt for my first granddaughter!

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  21. Well, a lap quilt for the 94 year old lady who lives across the street...yes, I think she would love those colors to remind her of the flowers she can no longer tend and grow. As for your blog, I love your tutes and your pictures as for changes I could not suggest any.

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  22. I'd make a new bedspread for my daughter. It's just beautiful and happy! She'd love it!

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  23. OK, I actually squealed with delight! Cross my heart, I squealed! You are the bestest!!!!!!!!!!

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  24. Karrie, I've been playing with a snowball and nine patch combination. A Freebird layer cake would be a perfect start.

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  25. I can definitely se that used in totes. It would be awesome for that.

    I love when you do tutorials. They are always inspiring.

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  26. I'd really like to make a quilt for my grandma. She loves those colors. It would actually be perfect! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog, but maybe, if you really want suggestions, you could include more pictures of your process? I love seeing how people create things in steps! Thanks for the 2nd giveaway!

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  27. I'm still in the planning stages of my first "big girl" quilt, And this would be the perfect colorway that is pre-built for me- no thinking required!

    I was thinking of doing something with wide obtuse triangles, because I can use my Go! Baby!!

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  28. Yummy! I would definitely make a lap quilt for our house from that!

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  29. I'd love to make a new Schnibble with the layer cake. I would also make a table runner with the remaining fabric. Thanks so much for the giveaway! I'd love to see more of your sewing projects. Many thanks!

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  30. could I win and just fondle it for awhile? ...I like my fabric to age...lol I would love to have a layer cake, my graph paper and colored pencils and see what happens...

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  31. I think something using wedges. I'm not sure what, but wedges for sure.

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  32. There is a quilt called 'charming hearts' at Moda bake shop that I'd love to make in this fabric - it's such a lovely happy line - please pick me!

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  33. I'm sad I didn't win the Kona card, but there is always Freebird! I've actually been slowly accumulating Freebird as I find it on sale. I would make a Schnibble, since I just got that book, and I'm working my way through it.

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  34. Ooooo, I love cake! I would definitely make a quilt. I've been itching to do something with hourglass blocks, or bowties, or maybe some shooflies. I like your blog. Do you have any good ideas for handmade holiday gifts?

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  35. I think because it's "free" I'd play with it--some improv quilting. A layercake is perfect because everything will coordinate regardless of the cuts!

    I like the way you come up with shortcuts for making quilts & the new google doc pdfs rock!

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  36. Quilt, quilt, quilt! That's what I'd make. Your blog is perfect. I like everything you show us!

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  37. Hmmm... I'll have to think what I might make with it. But I love to see pictures of both the progress and finished quilts. Thanks for doing the giveaway!!

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  38. I would make a quilt of course! And because I didn't win the Kona card *sniff*, do you know where I can buy one?

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  39. I would make that new roll up quilt from camille. Way cute!! I always love to see new quilt blocks on line and how to make them... it may be easy to an experienced person but it is so nice to have examples and how they are made.

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  40. I would make a snuggling quilt for DD to remind her of home. I love your tutorials and look forward to a tab for them. Thanks for the chance!

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  41. How about the layer cake quilt along? Thanks for the generous chance to win a layer cake! p.s. I want to meet Pat!:)

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  42. I would make a drunkard's path quilt with the layer quilt.

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  43. Drunkards Path is what I would make with the layer cake.

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  44. I would make a lap quilt with this for my family room. I love your tutorials and detailed post. Thank you!

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  45. I'd do a layer cake quilt along...and I LOVE your blog! Can't wait until your next quilt-a-long :)

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  46. I want that layer cake! I'd make a quilt of course! Now which one...that I don't know! But it'd be a quilt all for me since that would match my family room!

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  47. Ooooh I'd make an Ooey Gooey hearts quilt with this lovely layer cake I think. I have yet to own a layer cake...I might just fondle it for a while:) Ciao

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  48. I would hop on the band wagon and use it in the Moose on the Porch quilt-along. And on your blog, I'd like to see another quilt-along, even though my charm pack one is still unfinished. I like quilt-alongs! :)

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  49. I would use it for the Layer Cake Quilt along. Yur blog is great.

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  50. I think I'd attempt to design something with it. As for your blog, honestly I like it just the way it is.

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  51. I would use it for the layer cake quilt along.

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  52. Love the fabric! I think I would make a tablerunner. Such bright and cheery colors! You have a lovely blog.

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  53. I'd make a set of placemats and a table runner from that gorgeous layer cake if I was lucky enough to win it! I'd love more tutorials and just more eye candy (ie- your gorgeous quilts and pretty fabrics!) Thanks for the givaway! Polly

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  54. Lovely give away! I think I would try and make a table topper with it. The colors would go great in my office at work. If there was enough left, I'd make a table runner, too.

    I would love to see how you come up with how you are going to quilt something, that is so hard for me!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Sandy A

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  55. I would make a quilt. Maybe a runner for my piano top.

    I love the quilt tutorials!

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  56. I have the perfect Dawn Heese designed hand appliqué Rooster quilt pattern that requires just one layercake plus border fabric.
    This is one great giveaway for this particular pattern in my pattern stash.
    Hugs,
    Gerry

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  57. Ooh, I LOVE Freebird. I made a quilt for my SIL out of a jellyroll and am now making a baby quilt for myself. I want to try a stack and whack quilt so this layer cake would be perfect for that.

    I'd love to see more of the bee work you're doing as well as other projects you've done.

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  58. This layer cake would be perfect for your Moda Bake shop Tutorial Crossing paths. I love pictures and tutorials on blogs.

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  59. A layer cake lopped into quarters is equal to four charm packs, sooo... I think it would be fun to do your Charm Pack Quilt Along with this line. Only really big. Maybe I'd actually finish it, even!

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  60. I would love to do a charm quilt a long. I would love to see more pictures of your work. You are most talented.

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  61. I would love to make a quilt with this fabric because of the name of the fabric "Free Bird". That was one of my sons favorite songs and whenever I hear the song it brings memories of my son flooding back to me. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  62. I would definitely make a quilt as i have a couple of patterns that require layer cakes. I'd love to give it a try!

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  63. Oops, forgot to say that I love tutorials and would love to see more of them on your blog. I also love the Tuesday Tips.

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  64. WHAT?!? Kelly won again!! She has some kind of winning secret she hasn't shared with me!!

    Well if I were to win the LC I think maybe I would make a scruffy blanket. I have been wanting to make one and I think it would be cute with FB.

    What I want to see more of?!? Some "how do you do it" tips!! lol

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  65. Hi KarrieLyne, I'd also use this for the Layer Cake Quilt-a-Long! I'd like to see helpful piecing or quilting tips. Thanks for the giveaway offer!

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  66. If I were to win a wonderful Freebird cake, I think I'd lay all the fabrics out and just doodle until I had an idea for a quilt to make with them.

    And as far as what I'd like to see on your blog, I only found you yesterday! I'd love to simply see more from you period. :)

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  67. I'd use that layer cake to make a large patchwork bag (along with a couple of solids)for shopping. I love tutorials and designer spotlights.

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  68. I'm not sure what I'd use it for - would have to brainstorm once I saw the fabrics in "person"! :o) I'm pretty new to quilting, and love seeing what other people are making...... Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  69. Of course a quilt. Maybe something for the guest room which can also be use by us when the current top is being washed. Happened few times to my parents, we had to use a bought, too light comforter.

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  70. A quilt of course. Congrats kelly.

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  71. I never win but would sure like to change that!! Hope I'm lucky this time!!

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  72. I recently bought the Schnibbles book and would love to make one of the quilts in it!

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  73. My oh my - I would love to win a layer cake - especially Freebird. Then I could join the Layer Cake quilt along at Moose on the Porch!

    I love your Tidbit Tuesdays & your tutorials are wonderful so can't think of anything more a sewist could want - just keep up the good work!!!

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  74. I'm going to be totally honest and say that what I would use it for is to keep my Wonderland by Momo layer cake company until I figure out what to do with THAT! I love Momo's designs so much I'm always afraid to cut into them- But that doesn't keep me from wanting more!!! :D

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  75. Oh I don't know what I would use it for lol. Maybe a lap quilt for my Mom who is always cold lol.

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  76. What would I make....a quilt, of course! Now, what would that quilt look like? Umm... not so sure...
    As for your blog, I think it is great as is, but I would love another quilt along!

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  77. There's a pattern using a layer cake that has a garden twist design I would like to make. It leaves the pieces quite large so you can the prints, but doesn't scream "layer cake." It would be perfect for "Freebird." Thanks for the opportunity.

    Leslie S. in MN
    esclante at comcast dot net

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  78. I more or less destroyed a jelly roll of Freebird and all these 2.5 in squares (and a few random HST) are just sitting in a drawer because the pieces are too small to see the pretty prints. I would add to my "scraps" to create the pillow cases as I intended to do with the jelly roll.

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  79. I really need to make a quilt for my kitties so they stay off my stuff. I love the tutorials you have and am learning alot!

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  80. I always a big fan of bright coloured prints and Freebird is one of them (I have yet a collection of freebird albeit me liking it so much) so I am thinking of doing a quilt for my girls in their new room in the new house....and I am loving every single tute and QAL you have and one can never have enough tute and QAL. Thanks so much for hosting the giveaway

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  81. Ooooh aaaahhhh love that fabric......I would make a very large quilt to cover my bed so I can snuggle under it and read......Thank you for sharing. Your blog is great as it is......

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  82. If I won this layer cake, I would join the Layer Cake Quilt Along over at Moose Quilts. I told myself I couldn't buy one, because I have too much stash. This would solve my problem. :)

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  83. I think it would be a lot of fun to make a quilt with huge applique butterflies, maybe alternated with big circles. Maybe it's the late hour, but it appeals to me. Thanks for sharing your ideas - I enjoy your blog.

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  84. I would go for a lovely lap quilt for my daughter! I love to see your creations and also like tutorials. There is always so much to learn from! Thanks!

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  85. I think that I'd make charms out of it and using the disappearing nine-patch. Perhaps give it away then to someone who has done something nice for me.
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    ttr3@earthlink.net

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  86. I love the freebird fabrics and I used them to do your charm along quilt which I gave to my daughter!
    It would be great to do a quilt of houses with this layer cake - I love houses!
    Gill

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  87. I have a snow ball quilt pattern and this would look just right done with this layer cake...though I may just have to keep it for a while and keep looking at it, it's a big decision you know cutting into such beautiful fabric!

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  88. Hmmmm...love that fabric...I think I'd make a squares/rectangle quilt with narrow sashing in between...I've recently seen a tutorial (using Innocent Crush) and thought it really highlights the fabric without being too dull/boring ;)

    I really enjoy reading your blog...! What I always love to see/read about the creative process behind a project & (yes, it seems I'm more than a bit curious:) pictures of fabric storage/sewing room.

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  89. i love anytnig by momo! there is a lovely quilt pattern by carolina patchwork calles garden ?something? i would make that!

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  90. Oh the possibilities are endless as to what you can make from a layer cake..but it would be fun fabric to work with!

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  91. I have several quilts in the Schnibble's book that I would love to use this layer cake in. Gosh, you give us so much on your blog already, and thanks so much for that.....I would love to see more of your kitty though:)

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  92. Hmmm...what to make with a layer cake. I think that I would make a schnibble short story or even the imagine quilt with these bold colors. As for your blog, you know I love it..you are my Idol :-) I would love to see another quilt along if I had to choose something for you to add. Love always!

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  93. I would make one of the quilts from my new Schnibbles book! I can't wait to make something from it, this would be a great opportunity to get started!

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  94. I would make a lap quilt. I have a pattern I used black & white with red accent. I want to do another.

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  95. I would make another Circle Around quilt with the layer cake. I would love to see another quilt along on your blog.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  96. this would be a great material to make a quilt for my granddaughter for xmas. I found a hunter star patter that i would love to try out and the lady made it with a layer cake! I love the colors of this one! I would love to see more tips and tutorials on your website. I love to read about new techniques as well!
    thank you!

    tracy dawson
    dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

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  97. Well, I already have my fabric for your Charm Pack quilt along (just need some time off!) aaand I have some Christmas fabric in mind for the Autumn Strings tutorial so I think I'd like to use it for a hourglass quilt! I think your love of half square triangles is rubbing off :)

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  98. Hmm... what would I make? Something gorgeous!! Lol!

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  99. I would use the layer cake to participate in Moose on the Porch Quilts' Layer Cake Quilt Along. Love your blog!

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  100. Cute fabrics; I think they would make a great table topper for someone special's Christmas :-) Pictures of quilts, made up in the newest fabrics, are what I love seeing!

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  101. I know exacting what I'd do with that Layer Cake. I'd join the Layer Cake quilt-along. That fabric is the cutest!

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  102. I would love to make a snowball quilt with this! I always love tutorials! :)

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  103. I would make a quilt for my mother. The colors are perfect for her and she is always cold. More blankets for mom!

    I would love to see you discussing free motion quilting. I am just learning and need help!

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  104. I would use it to make a quilt for my boyfriend's parents for Christmas. They've been so kind to me and deserve something special.

    Personally, while I love your quilt tutorials, I would love to see more of your adorable cats! :)

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  105. Ohhhh, free bird by momo, love it! I have been wanting to make a circle quilt using layer cake...so if I were to win, that is what I would do, probably using Jaybird quilts circle pattern. I always love your tutes and was so sad when the wonky star one had to be taken off...sniff, sniff...

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  106. I think I would make a lap quilt to snuggle under. I would love to see more tutorials.

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  107. I would use it to get me started on making a quilt for my Mom's 60th birthday. As far as things I would love to see are more tutorials and tips. I can never get enough of that as I am still such a beginner.

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  108. What pretty fabric. I would love to win and make a quilt for myself. I love your blog, it is great. I like your idea for having a page with all you tutorials. Thank you for this chance to win.

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  109. I love Freebird and would just LOVE to have this layer cake! I have a new pinwheel tool that is used to cut up a simple layer cake quilt and I've been dying to try it.

    Tutorials on a blog are great!

    Thanks!

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  110. I think I'd try to make a second "quilt along" quilt that uses a layer cake and coordinating fabrics.

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  111. So nice! I think I would use it for a nine patch quilt, which I've been wanting to make.
    Also, blog suggestions, I LOVE tips and tricks that make quilting easier and more manageable. I am new at quilting, and am mostly browsing peoples blogs for, ofcourse inspiration, but also how-to's and tips.
    Love your blog!

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  112. LOVE the fabric and it's layer....uuummmm many ideas??/ I might make a circle quilt... I love your tutorials and tips..It helps me alot.. thank you for all you do!

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  113. I would make a gorgeous quilt for my sewing room wall. I just moved and my sewing room is just plain blah. It needs a boost and this fabric could be just what it needs!

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  114. I absolutely love Freebird! I saw a quilt made from a layer cake where they simply sewed the 10" pieces together. It was a beautiful way to showcase this line of fabric!

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  115. My craft room is done up in Wonderland so I'd probably make a lap quilt for that room out of the Freebird. Thanks for the chance to win!

    I like the step-by-step pictures you post of your quilting process - more pictures showing "how to" are always so helpful for those of us who are visual learners.

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  116. Gorgeous fabric! I'd love to make a quilt for my Mom and I think she would love the colors! I just found your site, so I don't have any suggestions ;)

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  117. I would love to win this and make a quilted table pad for on top of my TV stand (it needs help). As for your site, it is wonderful, however I am always up for another tutorial as I'm fairly new to quilting.

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  118. There are several layer cake quilt alongs (current and past) that I would like to try. Probably the ones already past, as this month is deadline month and I don't want to add any more pressure. Just something to piece and quilt in my leisure (what is that?) time. I love notion tips. Maybe comment threads open to add everyone's favorite pin tip, or pressing tip, or piecing tip.
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  119. I would love to win the layer cake-I'd probably make something from Moda Bake Shop. I love to see your tutorials so I think you are doing a great job on your blog!

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  120. I would make a quilt of some sort with it. And since I'm new to quilting I enjoy seeing pictures of quilts to give me ideas and tutorials.

    Amy
    amy-elisabeth(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  121. Why, yes, yes, I WOULD like one of those! ;) I would make a baby blanket. I think your site is great, and I love all the tutorials you put together. I hope you do another quilt along soon!

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  122. Hhmmmm . . . a quilt for sure!!! Thanks for another great giveaway.

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  123. I would make a quilt of course!!! I love this line, but only discovered it after you couldn't get it anymore.

    I would love more tutorials on your blog. I know you do them already, but I always love the stuff you come up with!

    Thanks for having this great giveaway!

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  124. Thanks for the giveaway! If I won I'd probably use it in the Moose on the Porch Layer Cake Quilt Along!

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  125. I'd love to use that to make a new tote!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  126. I would use it to make a charity quilt.

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  127. How pretty!I would definitely use this for the Layer Cake Quilt Along at Moose On The Porch Quilts. As for your blog, I love it. The button at the top for the tutorials would be awesome though! Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  128. Thank you for this great giveaway. I might make my first Schnibbles quilt from this layer cake. Freebird would make a darling quilt. In general, this is what I like to see on a blog and you do this already: tutorials, explanation of your inspiration and how it translates into your quilt, limited photos of quilts(in progress and finished) as with dialup need faster loads of the screens. Add to your blogroll the title of the last post and how long ago the post was made. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  129. I absolutely love that fabric! I'm planning on making a quilt for a friend who just lost her baby. I hadn't yet picked out a fabric but that layer cake is beautiful, paired with some kona white cotton, it could make some beautiful amish stars.

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  130. That is so cute! I'd love to make a quilt for my mom for Christmas.

    I love seeing tutorials & finished projects. They are such an inspiration for a new quilter like me!

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  131. A quilt of course, but I'm not sure how it might look yet. It takes me a while to commit to a pattern.

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  132. I would make a quilt, or a purse. I'm not really sure. I have lots of ideas for things to make, but sometimes they never leave my head :)
    I have recently become a follower and I am enjoying your blog.

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  133. Hmmm, I am thinking maybe a log cabin quilt or something for my table. I am loving your blog. It looks great. I love seeing pictures of your kitties. I am a cat lover, after all. LOL Winona

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  134. A yummy bright quilt - thanks for the giveaway

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  135. I lovvvve this fabric! Thanks for the chance to win! I would have suggested links to tutes, but you've already taken care of that. I do enjoy the kitty pictures too, so more of those are always welcome!

    Angelina

    figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  136. I've had my eye on a layer cake hexagon pattern that uses the scraps in a super cute border. From a book I think called "Layer Cakes, Jelly Rolls, and Charms" - not certain of the title because I checked it out from my local library.

    ambernoel226 at gmail dot com

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  137. I think I would make a picnic blanket! I love your tidbit tuesdays. I always like to see more tutorial!!
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  138. I love those colorful fabrics from MoMo! That will be great for my little girl's new quilt!!
    Thanks for the chance to win and I love your blog.
    I'm new to quilting so your tutorials and beautiful works really helps a lot.
    Oh, did I mention that I love the kitty too? :)

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  139. Oh well, I'd just have to turn this into a quilt, pattern yet to be determined, but you can bet it will be sewn as soon as it's arrived! LOL

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  140. i want to make potholders for christmas, i like to see more christmas projects :D
    songyueyu at gmail

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  141. I'd love to turn this into a quilt! Thanks for the chance! And I love your string quilt!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  142. I LOVE that line! It would be a tough decision for me as to what to make! I would really like to make the Dot Party Quilt by Jaybird Quilts... but there are SEVERAL quilts that I've marked "must make this!" in my Schnibbles Times Two book! Thanks for a FANTASTIC giveaway! :)

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  143. That is a great fabric line - and what to make with it? Definitely a quilt - with stars! As for what to see more of - gotta love tutorials!

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  144. Ohhh! This would make a PERFECT gift for my sewing Mom for Christmas. Is that considered "re-gifting"?

    As for more on your site...how about more giveaways?! ;) JK! I would love to see more tutorials. Thanks!

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  145. The layer cake would be great for some of the Schnibbles Times Two patterns. As for the blog, I love getting helpful tips and seeing pictures of things you've made.

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  146. I'd definitely make a baby quilt - 13 weeks along and quilting like crazy ...
    Your blog is great - My favorite thing on almost all blogs is tutorials of the fabulous things that the author has made.

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  147. I'm currently in love with Double Hourglass quilts, so I'm pretty sure I'd have to put such lovely fabric as this into a beautiful quilt like that! Personally, I just love your tidbits and have even tried some (that tip about threading the needle from the end hanging off the spools has ended the frustrations I had with my quilting thread twisting and knotting -- your name has been blessed more times than you'll probably ever know!). Keep those tips coming, pretty please!

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  148. What I would do with the layer cake - well a quilt just for me to snuggle under whilst watching tv next winter.

    Suggestions - mmm well I wouldn't change anything, love the tutorials, love the tidbits, and I really love the quilt alongs. I missed the last one but thought it was a great idea.

    Oh and I also love your kitties, they are just the picture of relaxation. My two are addicted to sitting on whatever I am working on, or me !

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  149. I think I would make a quilt for my guest bedroom. Thanks for the giveaway. I like your Tidbit Tuesdays and how you have them organized on a tab.

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  150. I would do some kind of circle lap quilt...been wanting to master curves! Thanks for the chance!

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  151. My husband just bought me the GO for our 30th anniversary. I would love to sub cut the layer cake! Thanks for the chance!

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  152. I have just got the book Layer Cakes, Jelly Rolls and Charm Quilts and I would have to make one of the quilts from that book. The trouble is deciding which one!! I am not sure what I would like to see added to your site. I have just recently become a follower, so am still getting to know you :-)

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  153. I love Momo, this is an awesome giveaway! I would definitely make a quilt with this, and I think I would try some wonky improv work. Maybe some wonky scrappy log cabin blocks. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  154. Have loved your Tidbit Tuesdays. I would like to make an autumn pinwheel quilt with this. Thanks for the chance to win.
    ktyoung1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  155. I think this fabric would be perfect for making the quilt on the front of the latest Keepsake Quilter catalog!

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  156. I have several Schnibble patterns in mind. So many possibilities. Oh yeah.....

    And what changes should you make? I think putting all your tutorials in one place like you just did was a great idea. It's always nice to have one place to look instead of having to go through old postings to find something. I mean, after all, I know YOU are the one that posted the info I'm looking for, it's just finding it that's the problem.

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  157. This fabric looks like a schnibbles in the making or I might even go for a disappearing nine-patch. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  158. Great fabric! My SIL just found out she is having a girl so I would make her a baby quilt with it. Also, I am a fairly new follower but I have been constantly checking your blog on Tuesdays for the Tidbits. I love those...especially the Saran Wrap one!

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  159. Momo is one of my favs! I'm still collecting Wonderland but I love Freebird, too. I would love to make Julie's big circle quilt. Love your blog just like it is ;0)

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  160. This fabric is GORGEOUS! I think I would do a log cabin quilt or maybe venture out and try a wonky stars quilt. As far as the blog goes, I love what you do. I guess I could always use some extra tips to help the newbie sewer! Thanks!

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  161. What would I make with that yummy layer cake? There is a layer cake quilt-along coming up I don't have a layer cake for, so that is where this would go!

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  162. I think I would make my very first quilt ever! I love seeing process pics on blogs - especially ones that document when things go wrong!

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  163. this would make the perfect star quilt that I just saw on the moda bakeshop. Well I can never get enough quilt and fabric pics!

    I've added your giveaway to the weekly thread at Quilty Giveaways

    http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com/2010/10/october-18th-24th-giveaways.html

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  164. I like many of the old fashioned blocks like variable star and shoofly, but I usually use rather plain fabrics. Your layer cake fabrics would be really fun to use in a lap quilt of one of these blocks--for my daughter or for myself.
    I've visited your blog in the past and like it's set up. Today I'll subscribe to the feed. Thanks very much.

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  165. What a nice giveaway. I would use it to create a series of miniquilts to give as holiday gifts.
    On the blog, I just love learning about new fabric - it broadens my horizons.

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  166. I would try a log cabin quilt, the colors are great. I'm new to your blog and will have to look around. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  167. This is SO cute! I would definitely use this to make my husband's grandmother a LOVELY lap quilt for Christmas! :) I know she would love it.

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  168. What a lovely giveaway! thanks for the chance to win. I love Momo so the layercake would go to a good home!

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  169. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd love to make a quilt out of this fabric. Maybe for a Christmas gift. Or maybe for myself? :) Oh, and on your blog I'd like to see more tutorials.

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  170. Thanks for sharing so much on your blog. I would probably make some table runners to use as gifts. I love the disappearing nine patch and would probably cut this into charms and 2 1/2 inch strips. Just love your blog and of course would like to see more tutorials - I've been quilting for a while but still feel like a novice... but I know how long it takes to do a tutorial so don't want to be greedy!

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  171. Maybe a table runner and matching candle mats. I would love to see tutorials.

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  172. What a great "gift"! I think I will make Julie of Jaybird Quilts new pattern, "Opposites Attract"! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  173. I have some matching solid FQs - I'd love to use them with this in a quilt.
    Thanks for the chance.
    fsarah09 at gmail dot com

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  174. Wow ever cute!! I am still a beginner quilter and have a great new book with beautiful runners in it that I would love to try and since I don't have a real stash of fabric yet this would really help me get busy!! Thanks Kandus

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  175. I love seeing picture with animals snuggled under quilts, my puppy does it all of the time and I think it is so sweet. I love all of MoMo's fabric and I feel a special connection with her because that is my nickname as well. I would make a throw for my house something that would leave the big print uncut.

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  176. Thanks for the chance to make a quilt for my college daughter!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  177. Hi KarrieLyne! I just bought Carrie Nelson's book Schnibbles Times Two, so I think I would whip up one of her great designs with the layer cake. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  178. A wonky star or two or three! You need improvement on your blog? ;)

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  179. I'd love to make the hidden stars tutorial recently posted on Moda Bake Shop. This layer cake would be perfect! Thanks :D

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  180. A quilt for my breakfast room. Winters are headed our way and they are quite long... The colors would definitely be a bright spot ona cold dreary day.....

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  181. I really want to make the circle quilt that was on the cover of "Quilts and More" - maybe it was the summer issue. Anyway I bought a circle template and all I need now is a layer cake and some solid fabric to get going!

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  182. I saw a cute quilt at Moda's bake shop called ritz crackers that looks like a fun project!

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  183. I love this collection! I'd make a lap quilt for my mother with a layer cake pattern in a book I just bought. Your blog is great so I check it often for your wonderful tutes and ideas. Thanks for this giveaway!!

    Donna
    dsharper258@msn.com

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  184. I bought a pattern from the Madison Quilt expo last year that would be perfect to make with these fabrics. I would give the finished project to my neighbor down the road who has suffered from MS for many years. I would like the quilt to remind her of the beautiful perennials that color her backyard as well as all of the song birds that visit her feeder in the middle of winter.

    Lisa A
    leawood2000@yahoo.com

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  185. I don't know for sure what I would make with it. There are so many things going around in my head.

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  186. That fabric is darling. I'd make a big girl bed quilt for my granddaughter.

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