Thursday, March 7, 2013

Beat the Winter Blues! Blog Hop and Giveaway!

Hello everyone! If you're new here, welcome to my blog! If you're returning, welcome back! This is my first time in participating in one of the Quilting Gallery's blog hops and I'm excited to check out the line up.

I'm going to highlight some of the projects I've completed over the last couple years and link you back to those posts. Otherwise, feel free to browse around my blog. I hope you're all inspired to create!

My blog is called The Recipe Bunny because I initially wanted a place to write down the recipes I was trying out (and my husband's nickname for me was/is Bunny). As you will see, I quickly turned from recipes to crafts, but I still do a savory or sweet post every now and then. My favorite recipe so far is my Roasted Garlic and Sausage Pasta. I tried to recreate my husband's favorite meal at our favorite Italian restaurant here in Madison - Lombardino's. It turned out really nicely, but still can't beat the original.

One of my favorite craft projects is the hallowed-out book safe. My husband actually asked for this to be completed. Actually, he helps me come up with ideas for lots of projects and is usually the one I ask for a seal of approval. Anyway, we needed a place to store a flask his parents brought home from Ukraine. So - the book safe was created. We bought the book from the thrift store. It was a thick biography about Colin Powell. Probably not a book we'd usually have on the shelf, but thick enough to hold the flask!

My favorite knitting project so far has been the kindle case I made for my sister. It looked like a little monster and was the first knitting-in-the-round I had ever done. I still need to make one of these for me sometime now that I have a smaller kindle too. I originally had a large kindle and made a quilted case for it. Alas! That kindle broke and so I gave the case to my friend who was visiting for a weekend to fit her nook. She was happy to have it even if it was used. :) Otherwise, I'm pretty new to knitting, so I make a lot of scarves. I have one I'm still finishing up for a friend, even though I hope she doesn't have to use it any more this year (I'm ready for spring!!!). I also did my first cabling on a scarf for my mother-in-law for Christmas. She was the person who originally taught me how to knit and purl and I'll be forever grateful!

Now, on to the quilts! I made my first quilt at summer camp when I was in grade school and I'm pretty sure I've been hooked ever since. I made one with my mom for a wedding present in high school, and I did make 2 in college during finals week my Junior year. Yes, I was a little crazy but it really helped me wind down in between all that studying! Now it's much more of a regular hobby.

My most popular and probably crowning quilting achievement is my Super Mario Brothers quilt. This quilt was 9 months in the making. My husband and I sat down one night and drew up the pattern for most of the blocks. Some I had found a pattern for out of perler beads or cross stitch - like Mario and Luigi. But others like the Piranha Plant, Thwomp and Angry Sun we designed ourselves. A lot of the characters in the quilt were pretty tricky to fit in a 16x16 grid. I had to scale down Cheep Cheep the fish and the Koopa Troopa turtle quite a bit. Then, lo and behold right after I get my quilt finished I see there's a Mario Quilt-A-Long! If I had just waited a few more months someone would have done all of that designing work for me!!! I did share my quilt with the QALs flickr group and I've loved seeing my patterns put into different color combinations. I'm happy other people have enjoyed my patterns/characters as much as I did! It was a lot of fun to figure out the blocks with my husband. It was also probably the project he's been most interested in. He was involved with the pattern, fabric choice, quilting, and now we sleep with it just about every night. It's cold here, and we have basically every blanket we own on our bed. :)

But, the Mario Quilt is special and I don't want it to get too much use, so I'm making more quilts. Please stop by my Quilt Projects tab at the top of the blog to see some things I've come up with. Most things I've given away, but this year I have several quilts planned just for us (and I'm sure I'll throw in a few for other people too - it always happens!). I've had a Double Irish Chain planned out for a couple years. I've got a Fall Leaf Quilt with about 1/3 of the blocks done. I've also got my longest WiP ever all pinned and ready for quilting. Hopefully that will get finished this month, and I started that when I was in 8th grade!! (I'm 26 now...too long to keep it in a box!)

Besides that, I love to design and dream about quilts. Sometimes I even post my sketches. Maybe one day I'll make one into a real quilt! :) Here's my favorite, so maybe this one will be next... Sun, Moon and Stars

Well, if you've made it through this long post you deserve a treat! I've got just the thing for this Quilting Gallery hop - some fat quarters!

So, I'll definitely have at least one drawing, but let's try to make it 2! I'm really close to 200 followers on my blog. If I get to that level, I'll give away 3 fat quarters to 2 different people. If I don't then I'll just have a giveaway to one person.

So, what can you win?

**GIVEAWAY CLOSED**

These:
 Or these:

How do you enter? Please leave just one comment. You don't need to be a follower, but if you like what you see here, please sign up! And, let's make the comments fun. Give me an answer to this question: What is your favorite quilt pattern?

If you are a no-reply blogger, please include your email in your response. If I can't contact you, I can't send you your winnings! I'll pick a winner on Saturday, March 16th.

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways
And, last but not least, please go check out the other blogs on the hop! I know I'm going to be very busy going from one to another and I hope you have fun with it too!! Just click on this button to be directed back to the main page for the hop. The list of participating bloggers should be up by late afternoon on Friday, March 8th, so if it's not up when you stop by, come back later! Happy hopping everyone!

157 comments:

  1. Thanks for the chance to win, what great fun!

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  2. Thanks for the review of some of your favorite projects. I am already a follower. Thanks for the chance to win some great fabric.

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  3. Your drawing will make a beautiful quilt. My favorite pattern is the Dresden Plate. Thank you so much for the giveaway. (I follow through GFC)

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  4. My favorite quilt pattern usually involves a star of some kind (wonky star or paper-pieced). I especially love quilt patterns that are one HUGE block! :)

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  5. Hmmm, my tardis quilt pattern I came up with. Or bow ties lol.

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  6. I am a real sucker for any quilt that has Irish chains in them! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  7. Love Log Cabins and Courthouse Steps. Haven't made either one yet.For now, I'm happy to save online ideas and other pictures of them.

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  8. I don't have a favorite quilt pattern per se but I do love log cabins, churn dash, and stars, and any traditional pattern done in modern fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

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  9. My favorite quilt pattern is the Hexagon, but I really like the Mario quilt. If I wasn't so lazy I would have it done now. My daughter is crocheting it! And I am a follower by email.

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  10. My favorite is the log cabin - in all its variations. I'm a follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  11. Good luck on getting to 200 :) Everytime I see your Mario I am reminded that I need to get mine back in process (and off the floor!) Here, here to continuing on showing recipes...you've had some great ones!

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  12. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMarch 8, 2013 at 11:40 AM

    Your Mario quilt is great. Good luck on your goal of 200. I guess I like sampler time quilts because each block is different. But I am really into scrap quilts and love Bonnie Hunter's style.

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  13. Wonderful projects. love the flask book. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on a great draw
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  14. I've been a follower for a while :) I love your sketches. Wish I had more patience for that ...

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  15. Your works are amazing and fun! Bravo!! I'm a follower for sometime now.
    I like scrappy quilts and pinwheels are loads of fun!
    Thank you for the chance:)

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  16. I love traditional patterns and I think my favorite is the Irish Chain. It's so beautifully simple and it looks great in any setting.

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  17. I love traditional quilts, and the sawtooth star is my favorite block. Thanks for the giveaway! Love your knitted Kindle case!!

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  18. I like pinwheels. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  19. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. I follow you by email and I enjoy receiving your posts. My favorite quilt pattern tends to be whatever I'm working on at the moment! I'm so fickle...I love everything when I start and hate everything when I have to pull out the seam ripper!!!!

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  20. I love to make sailboat quilts.

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  21. I don't know as I have a favorite, but there are a lot I'd like to try!

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  22. I get your email. Favorite: I tend to like sample quilts thus making several different blocks, but not all squares and triangles. I get tired to one pattern by the end of the quilt.

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  23. Truth be told, I'm not a fan of quilt patterns. I like to work on blocks and add borders, or make up designs as I go :-) Favorite block at present is anything with flying geese.

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  24. Beautiful projects! And beautiful fat quarters. I am a new follower now - because I want to see your designs become quilts!!!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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    1. hahahaha... I got so excited I forgot to tell you my favorite quilt pattern.... right now it is log cabin.

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  25. My fav is the disapperaing 9-patch pattern.

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  26. My favorite pattern is the Dresden Plate, thank you for the giveaway!

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  27. Thanks for a fun giveaway and post too. I am a new follower and my favourite design is anything at all to do with hexagons. I am slightly obsessed with them at the moment, and i do them all by hand using EPP.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  28. I have always wanted to make the lone star but have never attempted it. all those little triangles just look intimidating. I have made tons of dresdans. I love how easy they work up and how you can be scrappy or use a color theme and they all look great!
    thanks for the opportunity to win!
    dawnieq73@aol.com

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  29. Favourite quilt pattern? Anything paper-pieced :)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  30. My favorite quilt pattern is the Ohio star! I am a new follower!

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  31. My all time favorite is grandmother's flower garden but I really like pinwheels. I need to try to hallow out a book too!

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  32. You are one busy quilter. You have quilting patterns as well as recipes to share. You sure do have a lots of energy. Good for you. Thank you for being a part of the Beat the Winter Blues Blog Hop and giving all of your followers a chance to win those fat quarters. That is what we all want. More fabric for our stash.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  33. That Mario is glorious. I am NOT going to show it to my fiance (as he might get ideas). I love wonky stars.

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  34. I am a new follower. Thanks for the chance to win such lovely fabrics. My favorite quilt pattern is anything with hexagons..yes I am hopelessly addicted to them.

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  35. My favourite quilt pattern would be a string block. I love using up scraps/strings and sewing when I don't really have to think about it.

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  36. I love scrappy quilts, but my favorite "real" pattern may have to be Swoon. I resisted as long as I could, but I have bought it now. It is only a matter of time before I start cutting... Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

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  37. That mario quilt is AMAZING!!!! I love it

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  38. thank you for the chance to win. log cabins

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  39. I love log cabins too. I am a follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  40. My favourite patters - Grandmother's Flower Garden.
    bandkgram (at) hotmail (dot) ca

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  41. I'm a fan of paper piecing blocks and then just adding fabric to make it work :)

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  42. My favorite quilt pattern is an applique pattern called forest galorest. I've been working on it for 6 months now, almost done!!

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  43. Your Mario quilt is fantastic!! I made a fire hydrant quilt block pattern and it's probably my favourite ever.

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  44. Love your Mario quilt, it's awsome!
    My favourite until now pattern is Helix by Emily Herricks. I haven't finished so many quilts so far, and it's the second pattern I use.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  45. I love the mario quilt that is fantastic. Love your giveaway.

    Richard and Tanya Quilts

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  46. I love anything with Flying Geese. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  47. oh man....... my favourite quilt pattern...... ummmm errr eeeee???? I'm going to plump for my Pippi Longstocking blocks that the stash bee are making for me at the moment - link is here
    http://stashbee.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/hive-1-pippi-longstocking-february-block.html

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  48. The Mario quilt is absolutely stunning! I have seen it elsewhere on the internet, but never knew who made it! I was shocked when my husband said that he LOVED it too! Thanks for the great give away!

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  49. My favorite is log cabin. I love your Mario quilt :D

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  50. The Super Mario quilt is amazing! What a lot of work but it was so worth it.

    My favorite quilt pattern at the moment is anything made with hexagons. Thank you for the nice giveaway. :)

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  51. I love the Log Cabin;not sure about favorite. There are too many. Thanks for the giveaway...very nice.

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  52. New York Beauty is my fav. But there are lots more that I love too. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  53. My favorite quilt pattern is the log cabin. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  54. Hi Bunny: I love recipes too. I hope you'll visit Prairie Cottage Corner and enjoy your stay. I'm a follower from a while back. I love tessellation quilts....not sure if that's how to spell it...they're quilts where every block forms another interlocking pattern with its neighbor. MC Escher was a tessellation artist in the last century so Google him and you'll see some great tessellation. In reality, though, I'm a lover of appliqued quilts (but an admirer of pieced quilt designs) I design applique quilt patterns. However, when I play, keep trying to make tessellation designs. Does this make sense. Anyway, this hopping around is fun and I'm glad you let us stop by. See you.

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  55. Thanks for the chance to win. I LOVE anything made with plain old square blocks. 4-patch, 9-patch, 16-patch,...you get the idea?

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  56. I like the disappearing nine patch. It's a 4 patch sliced and resewn, looks complicated but very easy.

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  57. My fav is the log cabin, but I do like that disappearing 9 patch, I just recently learned how to do it.

    I followed too .... you are over 200 now. :)

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  58. I love to applique, especially bright & cheery patterns. Thanks sew much for this chance to win :-D
    back2loghome (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  59. My favorite block is the Pineapple Block by Bonnie Hunter, I love that pattern, Thank You!

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  60. I am always drawn to pinwheel quilts. But right now I am wanting to make a scrappy trip along - they are so pretty.

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  61. 1st I love your Mario quilt. I have admired it a long time and think maybe some day... my son would love it! Anyhow I think the Knight and Dragon quilt I have hanging in our hall is my favourite one today. It's just cool :)

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  62. Your Mario quilt is a labor of love!
    Too much labor for me LOL.
    I guess my favorite block might be PP maybe the NYB block or the Rattlesnake block.

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  63. Probably my favourite pattern is the one I'm working on at the time, lol!

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  64. I like drunkards path blocks - they can be arranged into so many different patterns. Thanks so much for the lovely giveaway and for the recipes! I'm going to try the potato, sausage, leek soup this weekend!

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  65. That's quite a treasure inside your book. Very cool.

    My most favorite block would have to be the Dresden. I have a number of others that are right up there with that one, but Dresden is my most favorite. I really love the way the Disappearing 4 Patch looks a lot also.

    I am already a follower of your blog.

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  66. I love to make modern quilt for the reason that it gives my the opportunity to use all my scraps (and not use the precious fabrics I hide :)) thanks so much for this great giveaway!

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  67. Easy question...without a doubt...churn dash. And I love the way the new younger quilters are making in modern with bright colors. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  68. I'm a little concerned about why your husband has a need to hide alcohol but I do like the book safe idea. BTW, I read that book for a leadership class I took a couple years ago.

    My current obsession is Half Square Triangles and the endless ways to arrange them: Stars, Waves, Pinwheels, Sawteeth, Squares. What's not to love?

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  69. I love paper piecing. It just has fabulous, perfect results each time. Thanks for the chance to win some fun fabrics, love the first grouping.

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  70. Favourite pattern? At the moment I'm loving my paper pieced Harry Potter bookshelf. Anything very scrappy I guess. Thanks for a great give away!

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  71. Roses are red, violet is not a purple martin, my favorite bed makes up with a Grandmas Flower Garden.

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  72. I love a log cabin quilt because the blocks are so versatile. Lately I've been making wonky log cabins from scraps and strips and they are such fun to make! I also love to paper piece lots of different patterns.

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  73. I love log cabins, nine patches and lately I've been into stars. THanks.

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  74. Great giveaway - thank you!
    I love Churn Dash!

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  75. I'm liking wonky stars right now!

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  76. I love paper piecing...anything lately. I can't wait to figure out how to make my own.

    thank!
    whatthebobbin dot com

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  77. I like 'liberated' quilts - I've been piecing crumb blocks all weekend.

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  78. Thanks for the giveaway. My favorite is paper piecing

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  79. My favorite quilt pattern is NONE! I love to make them up as I go!

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  80. My favorite quilt pattern is churn dash.

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  81. I don't have a favorite pattern, but I do like dresdens. Your Mario quilt is freaking awesome!! I see you're in Madison, I'm just south of Chicago. We were in Madison a year ago to see Needtobreathe and Ben Rector. Do you know quilter Jeni Baker in Madison? I don't know if there's a MQG there or what, but if you don't know each other, you 2 should!

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  82. My favorite quilt block is the pineapple block. It always looks so stunning. Thank you for this opportunity to win your fabrics.

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  83. My favorite quilt pattern just now is called Sparkle Plenty. It's all squares and hst's, and very striking. I love your Mario quilt; in fact I joined the Mario QAL. So far I have 3 blocks done! My 30-yr-old son really wants me to finish it!

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  84. My favorite quilt pattern seems to be the one I am working on! I do like any with HST's and/or stars the most. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  85. My favorite pattern is the log cabin. I am also a new follower now too. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  86. I love the wonky 9 patch and am getting more into improv piecing right now.

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  87. I like stars and baskets. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  88. Gracias Karen por su generoso regalo ,No se donde la encontré a usted ,pero fue hace un tiempo
    que vi su Increíble colcha de Super Mario.Sus tutoriales me encantan .10000 cariños.

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  89. I love a colorful Dresden Plate quilt pattern
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  90. I always come back to 9 patches or Pinwheels if I need a fallback or maybe Snowballs. Can't beat um.

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  91. I like crazy patchwork rather than formal patterns - because I'm too lazy to get everything precisely right!

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  92. My favourite pattern would be the Nine Patch - the variations are endless ! Thanks for a great giveway.

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  93. I have always loved the Little Schoolhouse block and I have plans to make a quilt one day but not in reds. I recently saw one done in blue batiks.....it was beautiful!
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  94. My favourite pattern is a simple pinwheel, though I also love the Irish chain pattern. I really enjoy your site. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  95. I like Churn Dash, and Ohio Star, and log cabin to name a few of my favorites. Thanks for the chance!

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  96. I'm a fan of wonky log cabins but I've never actually made one! :S

    Fawn

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  97. I love the Jacob´s Ladder pattern!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  98. I'm such a newbie to quilting, I don't have a favorite pattern (I'm currently working on my first quilt, a simple postage stamp one).

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  99. I like hexagons too! The giveaway fabrics are yummy! Thanks

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  100. My favorite is the Drunkard's Path. The units can be configured in so many ways that the quilts all look so different. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Andrea
    kmen3035 at hotmail dot com

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  101. My favourite quilt pattern is whatever I'm working on at the moment. Right now I'm working on a hobo quilt, so that's my fave for now. Thanks for your generosity.

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  102. I really like the turning twenty books. They have great patterns that are easy to follow and make a great showcase for fabric.

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  103. Love the Mario quilt!!! Wow...that was a lot of work.

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  104. Thank you for the chance to win this lovely prize and taking part in the hop.

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  105. Great giveaway and I enjoy following your blog!! I like both groups of fabric! That is neat what you did with the book for a hiding place!

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  106. I really think dresden's are gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  107. I love this one - it is designed by a friend of mine (yes we have the same first name) she is an amazing lady and I just love her drawstring bag quilt - I think everyone should have at least one.
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/91280188/drawstring-quilt-pdf-pattern-by-tickle?

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  108. Love your quilt! I really enjoy just about any quilt by Camille Roskelly. I love the Dilly Dally pattern I just finished.

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  109. Hallo Bunny ;-)

    Ich bin noch Anfänger, daher mag ich nur einfache Muster ( noch ! )

    Verschneite Grüße aus Deutschland
    Marion

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  110. Congrats you made it over 200, I'm a new follower as well. Thanks for the fun giveaway and for being in the hop. I guess I have always been drawn to 'churn dash' block. I can't explain why I just like it.

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  111. I love pinwheels as a quilt design. Congrats on your 200.

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  112. I really like simple square patchwork as a design! Although that Mario quilt is pretty spectacular!

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  113. My favorite pattern...?? humm... maybe tumbling blocks. There are so many great quilt ideas out there. Thanks for the chance to win

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  114. I am new to sewing so I don't have a favorite quilt pattern yet, but your sun, moon and stars, will look really great!

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  115. I really like the look of churn dash.....I like sewing drunkards path and for just relaxing a good old nine patch.

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  116. My favorite is the wedding ring quilt. I haven't yet made one but it's on my bucket list. Lombardino's - yum - delicious food and such fun decor.

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  117. I like the log cabin quilts, and the nine patch

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  118. I like patterns that create a secondary pattern in the finished top. Love the Mario quilt!

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  119. Thank you for the giveaway! I love the Mario quilt :) I like any pattern log cabin design. thank you!

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  120. Pretty fabrics - favorite pattern Double Wedding Ring.

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  121. Love your mario quilt!! My favorite quilt is anything with pinwheels or stars. Thanks for a chance to win your great giveaway! :)

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  122. I am into log cabin quilts right now. It seems like you can change them up. 3bakergirlsgo@gmail.com

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  123. I love your grid paper drawings for future quilts! Great idea. My favourite pattern (so far) has been Spools by Camille Roskelley.

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  124. My favourite quilt pattern is a New York Beauty which I am busy on at the moment. Thanks for the chance to win the gorgeous fabrics.

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  125. My first quilt was a log cabin. But I really like stars...wonkier the better! :)

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  126. I love the Bottled Rainbows quilts

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  127. Mariners Compass is my Favorite Quilt Pattern! Thanks for this Great Giveaway!

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  128. Wow - very crafty!! Love your projects and how nice to have some recipes to check out too. Thanks.

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  129. I love your kindle case. My all time favorite quilt pattern is the log cabin because you can do all kinds of variations with it. I like the snowflake fat quarter. I haven't seen that fabric before now.

    senstrings at yahoo dot com

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  130. I love curved quilts but dont think I could make one !

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  131. I've said it before, I'll say it again, your Mario quilt is amazing!
    My current fav pattern is the flying geese block (cheater way) lol.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  132. I am a twister fanatic! I like the second choice of fabrics. I like bold bright and cheery!
    Tahnks!

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  133. My favourite is right now a paper pieced little fox. Will hang on our door. I like the first choice of fabrics.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  134. What a great choice of fabric for your giveaway. I still like the Log Cabin pattern.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  135. Fun fat quarters groupings! Wonder what I could make with them????

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  136. Your Mario quilt is fantastic! Wow!
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  137. Your Mario quilt is amazing. I would hang it up as art :-)
    My favourite quilt pattern is New York Beauty paper piecing. I just love those spikes.

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  138. Not sure Ihave a favorite but the Pattern "A New York Minute" is a fast one to put together. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  139. I love to cook and quilt. I really like your blog and I am a new follower. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  140. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance!

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  141. I love pinwheels. Your give away is very nice.

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  142. thank you for this great chance to win. I cross my fingers. hugs Alessandra

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  143. Hi, A follower new am I. Just a little fun there I like your giveaway and thanks for being part of the Hop HEARTS and stars that is what I like to do always scrap

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  144. I like both of your selections of fat quarters. What a nice giveaway.. My favorite pattern is the humble 9 patch - so many possibilities and great just the way it is...
    Thanks for the chance.
    MaryLou
    Fun4Me1249@aol.com

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  145. I don't think I can claim one favorite because I like so many. I like churn dashes. When I use more than two fabrics each one can look so different. I love log cabin blocks, especially because there are so many possible layouts. I like the old-fashioned Dresden Plates. Too many. Thanks for participating in the blog hop.

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  146. My current favorite (since it is almost done) is Seeing Squares by Empty Bobbin Sewing Studio. It was very easy.

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  147. I like dresdens. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  148. I really don't have a favorite pattern. I like them all and want to create all of them. Right now I am planning a quilt using the Colorado Beauty block. I can't wait to see it come together.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  149. I love Log Cabins and Dresden Plates. Thanks for the giveaway.

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