October 21, 2016

First Blush Blog Hop


The winner is legato158!!!! Congratulations!!!
Happy Friday!! Welcome to my stop on the First Blush Blog Hop!


I was excited to be invited to be a part of the blog hop and fell in love with my first glimpse of First Blush!  I received my bundle of fabric in the middle of summer and it was perfect timing. This adorable fabric just says summer and vintage!! The prints are so fun and bias GINGHAM!!!!! The colors just make my heart sing!


I have always wanted to make the Vintage quilt from the book Simply Retro by Camille Roskelley, but decided that a baby quilt would be perfect. I did a little quilty math to change the size of the block and set out to work. The blocks are so fun to make and I love the way they show off the cute prints.  I used my go to wavy quilting and scrappy binding and "voila" instant vintage baby quilt!!!

First Blush makes a great addition to any fabric stash. It has the scrappy happy look that I love. I cannot wait to make more cute things with this fabric.


I hope my little quilt inspires you to make something adorable with First Blush
Here is more inspiration for you. These are all the other stops on this hop!!! 


 October 10 – Chris Dodsley Made by Chrissie D
 October 11 – Sinta at Pincushion
 October 12 -  Fat Quarter Shop
October 13- Windham/Two Blondes and a Sewing Machine
 October 14- Jennie at Clover and Violet
 October 15- Aurifil- Erin Sampson
 October 16- Tina Egner
 October 17 – Pretty by Hand
 October 18 – Allison Harris
 October 19 – Erin Cox
 October 20 – Angie Wilson Gnome Angel
October 21 – Debbie at happy little cottage
 October 22 – Heidi Staples
October 23 – Leanne Elliott
 October 24- Greg Jones Grey Dogwood Studio
 October 25- Wendy Sheppard Ivory Spring
 October 26 – Stephanie Lynn Denton
 October 27 – Lisa Ruble

EDITED: COMMENTS ARE NOW CLOSED! Ready for more fun???  On each stop of the hop, Windham Fabrics is giving away a First Blush fat quarter bundle PLUS a small thread box of First Blush from Aurifil!  To enter today's giveaway, leave me a comment with your favorite quilt pattern. Contest closes Thursday, October 27th and is open to all. Winners will be chosen randomly from comments posted on blog posts and will be announced Friday, October 28th.

Good luck and happy sewing!!!



164 comments:

  1. Your baby quilt is just beautiful, thank you for sharing. Thank you for the chance to win this gorgeous new fabric too xox

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  2. I love your baby quilt. My favorite quilt pattern is anything from Southwind Designs.

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  3. My favorite is a nine patch on point

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  4. Your baby quilt turned out beautiful. Love this new fabric collection with it's vintage vibe. I'll have to look up the Simple Retro book to see more of the patterns. Right now, I love any pattern that has flying geese in them. My current obsession. Thanks, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  5. Right now I'm having fun with any quilt pattern involving half square triangles!

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  6. Hard to say what my favorite pattern is - I love anything that interests me. I do like log cabins because there are so many possible layouts!
    Thanks and have a good weekend!

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  7. My favorite quilt patterns always have stars in them. Doesn't matter which star. I just love them!

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  8. What a great quilt! My favorite go to block and therefore quilt is one with flying geese!

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  9. Wow.... So many to choose from. I recently brought a pattern by Melissa Cory (www.happyquiltingmelissa.com) called Moroccan Lullaby. I guess I loved it because with all the free patterns out there I purchased it. My favorite free pattern was MBS-lattice-bones-quilt a Moda bake shop quilt by Julie from 627handworks. I put this one together quickly and I loved how it turned out.

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  10. What a sweet quilt! I love almost all quilt designs but a log cabin quilt pattern is one of my favorites! You little dog looks just like ours!

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  11. OOH, I just love this quilt! It is so vintage looking and sweet! This is such a fun fabric line!

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    1. My all time favorite block is a simple churn dash!

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  12. Don't you just love the bright colors in this fabric line? Yum!

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  13. I love your quilt . I love the Grandmothers Flower garden, Dresden plate, and irish chain . These fabrics are some of the prettiest I've seen . Remind me of my childhood, a very long time ago . Thank you .

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  14. Wow what a fun chance to win this gorgeous fabric!! I just finished "The Kittens" in a very modern version, I would LOVE to do one with this beautiful vintage-ey fabric������

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  15. I love scrappy patchwork quilts and my favorite quilt pattern is one using 16 2 1/2" squares surrounded by sashing with some pretty borders.
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  16. I love the traditional log cabin quilt pattern - your quilt is beautiful.

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  17. I usually say the vintage pattern from simply retro😉 I've made 3 so far. I also love stars too. The July stars Alison Harris or reverse star tutorials from Suzy quilts. Very pretty quilt and fabric!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I love this quilt pattern....it's hard to pick a favorite but I love the vintage blocks . I think a log cabin block or nested churndash would look great with this fabric also!

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  19. Your blanket is beautiful! I would love to know the dimensions you used to resize those blocks. Right now I'm obsessed with Dresdens and putting them on everything :-)

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  20. Your blanket is beautiful! I would love to know the dimensions you used to resize those blocks. Right now I'm obsessed with Dresdens and putting them on everything :-)

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  21. I like simple 9-patch or a disappearing 9-patch! You can do so many things with it!

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  22. Your quilt is very eye catching, simple, and so pretty! Great use of the fabric. My mother made a simple bear claw pattern as her first quilt so I would say it is my favorite. I wish she was still with us so we could look at quilts together!

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  23. Your quilt looks great and does make a sweet baby quilt. I like the granny square block, but also love star blocks and log cabins.

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  24. What an eye catching pattern you used for these lovely fabrics. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Absolutely love your quilt! I don't make it often, but my favorite quilt pattern is the Dresden Plate.

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  26. Debbie this is so pretty. The fabric colors are yummy, and I'm a gingham lover as well! My favorite pattern is anything with a churn dash or log cabin.

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  27. Love your quilt - gorgeous! I love the New York Beauty - still waiting to attempt it though!!! LOL mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. I like the churn dash block! and the shoofly! Both easy for beginners.

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  29. Beautiful quilt! I love this block! I also love the log cabin block.

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  30. Right now it's the wonky log cabin. Who knew improv could be so freeing!

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  31. Beautiful quilt! Love the colors. I love the pin wheel pattern. Lots of options with that one. Thanks for sharing.

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  32. Love your quilt! I've been wanting to make this pattern, maybe this will motivate me. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Ooh, love your quit and perfect for a baby! Thanks for the chance!

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  34. First off, I'm so happy to have found your blog, Debbie! New follower here! Your Vintage quilt is the perfect pattern for showing off those sweet fabrics of First Blush. What a wonderful baby quilt it made and such an awesome gift to a new little blessing. I have lots of "favorites" that I want to make, but my latest quilt was an improv design named Crosscut that I adored making and still want to make another one or ten! It's too hard to pick just one favorite! I also love any pinwheel blocks in a pattern.

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  35. My favorite quilt pattern (at this time) is "Thistle". I just purchased it. I am always changing my mind and starting a new quilt. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  36. Your quilt is adorable!!! My favorite quilt pattern right now would be anything designed by Bonnie and Camille or Lori Holt.

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  37. I love how your quilt turned out! It showcases the first blush very well. I have lots of favorites! I am liking quilts by Sherri Falls. I am also loving the new quilt called Sweet Marie by Woodberry Way. That would be a fun one to make with this fabric!

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  38. Love your quilt! My favorite block is the good old log cabin. It is quick to strip piece and great for scraps with lotscofcfifferentvlsyoitsvyo choose from.

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  39. Love your quilt! My favorite is log cabin, so many variations.

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  40. I just made Cluck Cluck Sew's Pumpkins quilt and it was so much fun!
    satterfieldfamily@sbcglobal.net

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  41. I'm now participating in the Splendid Sampler, so I'm trying lot's of new blocks, but my favorite is still a classic: Ohio star!

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  42. I've really gotten into hexagons lately.

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  43. HI,my favorite quilt block is the PinWheel! Love your quilt>so pretty! Thanks for a great giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  44. Log Cabin block as I actually live in a Log Home. Love your quilt also. Thank you for different ideas.

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  45. My favorite block is Ohio Star (or any kind of star). Thanks for the giveaway. martisovitsd@central.edu

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  46. My favorite is log cabin...thnx for give away!

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  47. I'm currently enjoying the disappearing nine-patch variations. Your quilt is such a nice touch of vintage while still being fresh and cheery!

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  48. I still like the nine patch with and without variations! Your quilt is lovely!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  49. At the moment, my favourite pattern is the great granny square, by Lori Holt. It actually looks similar to your quilt!

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  50. Log cabins are my favorite patterns. So many possibilities, even modern ones. Thanks for the chance to bring home some of these sweet, sunny prints.

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  51. I like stars--any kind! Thank you. Your quilt is so cute. tljeo(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  52. I love stars, no wait, flying geese, but love log cabins; can't forget monkey wrench, oh, I'm just hopeless, I love them all! Thanks for the chance, and love what you did with those gorgeous fabrics!!

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  53. My favourite quilt pattern is the Feathered Star. A Feathered Star quilt in First Blush fabrics would look amazing!

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  54. Thanks for sharing your lovely quilt. Right now I love any patterns with a plus motif. Lots to choose from now.

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  55. log cabin, still trying to perfect hst or any triangle.

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  56. oh that quilt is just so adorable - it looks like the pattern was made for the First Blush fabric !!

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  57. I am partial to stars so patterns with stars are among my favorites.

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  58. My favorite classic pattern is the Lone Star. But I also fall in love with something new every time I go blog hopping. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful quilt. I love the vintage look!

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  59. Love the Churn Dash!! Just making a Layer Cake Slice with my Daughter...and looooving this one!! :) Your quilt is AWESOME!! Love that Pattern..I have that Book too!! Must add to my "Gotta Make!!" List!!! giggle...

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too!! :D

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  60. Would be so fun to win, my fave is a card trick, or flying card trick...

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  61. I like the feathered star. Saw a red and white quilt and fell in love!

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  62. I am new to quilting and don't know a lot of names of patterns! I just see something I like and try it. Thank you for sharing this quilt. Love the look of it.
    -Angela
    orighteousone@yahoo.ca

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  63. I love the colors and vintage look of this line. My favorite quilt pattern is none at all: scrappy patchwork always seems to be what I go back to.

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  64. Your quilt is beautiful. My favorite quilt patterns are ones with stars.

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  65. I love your quilt. Granny Squares are a favorite of mine. I think my favorite is whatever I am working on at the moment. I often do go back to Log Cabins and Granny squares quilts.

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  66. Your quilt looks lovely! My favorite quilt pattern changes all the time. Currently I've got flying geese on the brain :)

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  67. Right now I'm making "Tilt" by Fig Tree Quilts and I love it!

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  68. Right now I'm making "Tilt" by Fig Tree Quilts and I love it!

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  69. My favorite quilt pattern right now involves a bear paw block.

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  70. My favorite quilt pattern is Modern Maple quilt.

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  71. My favourite pattern is nine square blocks with sashing. Very simple but fabric choices and hand quilting allow for many different looks.

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  72. I have the Simply Retro book too and have often thought of doing this design. I think my favourite pattern ever has to be just a simple EPP hexagon scrappy quilt. Thanks for a great giveaway. x

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  73. I love a star block. Your baby quilt is lovely and this fabric is gorgeous.

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  74. First Blush looks awesome in your quilt! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  75. Very pretty quilt and I love First Blush - sweet colors! Thanks for a great give away and the chance to win!

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  76. Your quilt is so lovely. My favorite quilt as of late is the cross/plus design. I have made several. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  77. Granny Squares and any stars are always my favorites. But Granny Squares are first pick. My godmodmother made tons of those and I loved loved loved those quilts. I was waiting to see a quilt like yours on this blog hop! Finally! Beautiful)!

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  78. I've seen a lot of the cross-plus quilts lately, Yours is lovely. Thanks for being pat of this hop, I have really enjoy this.

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  79. Your quilt is lovely and really shows of this happy collection. I love the traditional like log cabins, Rolling stone and churn dash. Thanks!

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  80. Love your quilt - and your puchie. The colors blend so nicely together.

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  81. I enjoy English paper pieced stars (but hexies are always a side by side fave as both are so portable on the go) but with Jaybird's SPRINKLES pattern those stars are quick and simple on a machine. So that's my favorite "pattern" by both definitions! Thanks for a chance in your giveaway!

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  82. I keep meaning to try this quilt pattern too! Looks great in the fabric.

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  83. I love the colors and the patterns in this collection. Have been looking at it and really want it.

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  84. My current favorite quilt pattern is the Farm Girl Vintage Sampler Quilt, by Lori Holt. I love the samplers.
    Your quilt is gorgeous! I want to make a quilt with Vintage someday, too.
    Susie

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  85. Your quilt is like a big hug from an old friend! It is just wonderful!

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  86. I love the quilt you made with this fabric! My favorite pattern right now is "cathedral windows"! I haven't made one yet, but can't wait to start! And now I am really liking the quilt pattern you just made! Decisions,Decisions!;)

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  87. What a lovely quilt! I enjoy the Granny square look, but also Dresdens. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  88. This quilt block pattern is a favourite and looks amazing with First Blush!!

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  89. I am getting to like the simple 9 patch quilt patterns best, mainly because I do 1800s reenacting and it's something I can work on in the woods ! -at home I love the triangle squares and all the other fancy ones by using my machine

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  90. this quilt pattern is perfect for the first blush line. I love doing any star pattern.

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  91. Your quilt is darling - if I win I will try to make it too!
    I don't really have a favorite pattern. I'm still experimenting! Thanks for the chance.

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  92. What a beautiful pattern! I love the white negative space being the focal point. I like moda bake shop designs and did a diamond star quilt from them that was hard being 45 degree seams but my absolute favorite outcome. Thanks for testing this line and hosting a great giveaway!

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  93. I'm not sure what my favorite pattern is, but I have made several log cabin quilts.

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  94. Adorable quilt! My favorite pattern is Lucky Stars by Terry Atkinson. I've made it once for a friend and I want to make one for myself. Thanks for sharing your quilt and for the giveaway.

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  95. I do wavy quilting too on occasion. I love your quilt.

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  96. Just one favorite quilt pattern? I guess it would be a half square triangle quilt with half of it in a solid. I just love the symmetry of it.

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  97. Just one favorite quilt pattern? I guess it would be a half square triangle quilt with half of it in a solid. I just love the symmetry of it.

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  98. I love quilts with hexagons in them, but then again, I love most quilt patterns. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  99. Love your baby quilt. It resebles a granny square quilt. I love scrappy quilts whether strings, squares, bricks. I have made them all and love the mixing of colorful prints.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  100. Love your baby quilt. It resebles a granny square quilt. I love scrappy quilts whether strings, squares, bricks. I have made them all and love the mixing of colorful prints.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  101. Your quilt shows off Those fabrics very well!

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  102. I have just finished my first quilt and used the jelly roll jam2 pattern. I am now hooked!
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  103. Your quilt is just adorable!!!!! I love the pattern you chose!

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  104. What a sweet quilt! It is so hard to choose a favorite quilt pattern. I like pinwheels, stars, and the granny square pattern. Thank you for offering this fabric in a giveaway!

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  105. I, too, have many favorites. Always seeing a new way to use the blocks. I am wanting to do the log cabin in a modern spin--those color fabrics would look really modern.

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  106. Your Quilt looks so pretty. I would like to do a modern double wedding ring quilt.
    gml448@yahoo.com

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  107. Mariners compass is my favorite. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  108. What a fab quilt! I love churn dash!

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  109. I love the Preppy the Whale quilt pattern, I'm halfway through it for my boy x

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  110. Wow, all the lovely Quilts...your quilt are fantastic :)

    Have a nice day the Nähbegeisterte :)

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  111. Your quilt is lovely! I really like vintage style blocks, right now I'm working on a pinwheel quilt for my daughter.

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  112. Beautiful job on your quilt. One day before I die I want to make a pickle dish quilt.

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  113. I just love log cabin quilts. Your quilt turned out great. Thanks for sharing!

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  115. Hi Debbie! I love the quilt you created! Thanks for sharing with us and I will be stopping by often to check out your blog. If I had to choose a quilt block that I love best, it would be the "Farmer's Daughter" block. I made a quilt a few year ago with this block included in it, with applique and it has always been my favourite. Keep on Stitching:)

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  116. I love how pretty and fresh your quilt is. Choosing a favourite quilt pattern is hard but equilateral triangles joined into stars is one.
    annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

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  117. I'm new to quilting but I like zig zag quilts! I've seen some on Pinterest and they are lovely

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  118. I'm browsing your blog and looking at all tutorials. Thanks for the blog tour!

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  119. Yes, this quilt pattern is also on my 'to do' list - maybe with some math to make it smaller like you did, for a baby quilt. I have many, many favorite patterns - so it is hard to chose 'the most' favorite; but Lori Holt's Row Along Quilt pattern, was one of my first and it is still a special one!!

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  120. Your quilt is beautiful. Of course, it's hard to choose a favorite, but I really love churn dash quilts. This collection would make a beautiful quilt. Thank you for offering the giveaway.

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  121. I just adore this fabric - Cute, colorful and cheerful. I'm hoping I win, because a quilt made with this fabric is the perfect antidote for the long, brutal Minnesota winters.

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  122. What a sweet quilt -- love your pattern! I am still making simple beginner things; my current attempt is a 'jack and jill' but I'm hoping to some day 'graduate' to cooler things. :)

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  123. My favorite is anything with stars. Love your quilt and your dog is adorable.

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  124. I love paper piecing, and I love a block called South Carolina Star that I really love. Your quilt is beautiful.

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  125. I like to try a different quilt pattern every time and I don't think I'm going to run out of choices! I like the log cabin block.

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  126. Your quilt is so beautiful! There are so many I want to make and I am just starting out, I am almost done with my Jelly Roll pattern by 3 dudes, it has been a lot of fun!
    Thanks so much for the great opportunity!

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  127. My favorite is the feathered star. Thanks for the hop!

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  128. I have made a lot of log cabin quilts but they all look different, which is why log cabin is one of my favorites.

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  129. I've made several Anita's Arrowheads and love the ease of making what looks like a complicated block.

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  130. Your quilt is gorgeous! My favourite quilt patterns usually includ 4 patches. I just love making 4 patches.

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  131. I do like stars.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  132. It's a toss up between simple split nine-patches and log cabin. I just love them both. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  133. I rarely use patterns, but HSTs are my favorite unit. Your quilt is very sweet!

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  134. What a perfect block to choose for these fabrics--it does look vintage. What is your wavy quilting? Is it a set stitch on your machine?

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  135. I don't have one favorite quilt block, but I like yours. I don't think I've ever seen it before. And it makes a very pretty quilt!

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  136. I also have a copy of "Simply Retro" and I thank you for the inspiration and look forward to making this quilt!

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  137. Love the colors in your baby quilt and like the block
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  138. I love how your quilt turned out!
    Not sure if I have a favorite block/pattern.... I love it all!
    Thank you.
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  139. I like Log Cabin. Thanks for sharing.

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  140. My fav quilt pattern is any Star pattern, I'm always drawn to them. I have Camille's book too, and now I want to go sew this pretty quilt up! Thanks for sharing with us in the Hop.

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  141. would have to be bow ties...whether repro or mod, they are sooo darn cute! lovely fabric collection and giveaway!

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  142. I was going to say any star block because I love stars, but your quilt is so cute I may have to add another block to my faves! Thanks for the fun!

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  143. I have to say I am torn between the log cabin block and the nine-patch. Both are so incredibly versatile -- they can be formal and fussy or casual and playful. And there are so many variations for both; I don't think one would ever run out of a new option to try!

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  144. Are you sure your darling quilt isn't for that sweet little pup? You picked a wonderful pattern for this beautiful line. My favorite block is the log cabin as there are so many variations you can do with it. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  145. My favorite is the granny square block. Guess we both have fabulous taste!!
    Thanks
    Ksmith8@emich.ed

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  146. Beautiful quilt! My favourite block are flying geese!

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  147. I really like to make quilts with 9 patch. They are so easy and you can do so many different things with them depending on placement of your colors.

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  148. I've been enjoying making planned scrappy rail fence quilts.

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  149. I love scrap quilts, but I have recently been loving log cabin and plus sign quilts! theindigoshelf at gmail dot com

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  150. Such a lovely sunny fabric line.

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  151. Nine patch is my favorite quilt block

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  152. Favorite quilt pattern: A traditional Wedding Ring. amanda(dot)echler(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  153. Ooooh..I love this quilt! My favorite quilt pattern is Grandmothers Flower Garden.

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  154. I'm really into stars right now. All kinds, I just finished a scrappy rainbow stars quilt and I'm ready to to another one, it was so much fun and so colorful. Thanks.

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  155. When I saw your version of this quilt I knew I wanted to make that block! I just finished the quilt today using 9 blocks with sashing & borders. I am so pleased with how it turned out. Thanks for sharing! I am fairly new to quilting and find myself eager to try so many different patterns. I don't think I could choose a favorite, lol!

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  156. My favorite quilt pattern is Irish Chain. It's the first quilt pattern I ever made, and I fell for it in a big way.

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  157. I love the scrappy look - very pretty quilt! Thank you for the giveaway!

    paulamb at shaw dot ca

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