Thursday, November 21, 2013

Giving Thanks ... with a PATTERN GIVEAWAY

Giveaway is now closed - Winners have been announced here!


Apparently, my 200th post came and went without notice!  As my 250th post is too far off, let's kick off the spirit of giving this holiday season with a little giveaway right now!

Now I know that many of you will be hitting your favorite quilt shops for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday sales, so I'd like to fuel your inspiration with some free patterns!

Here are the details:


  • FIVE free patterns {winners choice!} are up for grabs, so we'll have five different winners.  You can choose from any pattern available in our shop!
  • The Giveaway will be open from 8:00AM on 11/21/13 through 11:59PM on 11/26/13, Pacific Standard Time
  • FOUR winners will be chosen at random and the FIFTH winner will be chosen based on the best or most creative comment - just for grins!
Winners will be announced, and .pdf patterns will be delivered on Wednesday, 11/27/13 -  giving you plenty of time to get your fabric orders ready for the big post-holiday sales.  Please note: patterns are in .pdf format, so you'll need a copy of Adobe Reader to open the file.
  • This Giveaway is open to all US and International entries.  I'll be contacting the winners by email, so if you're a "no-reply" blogger, make sure you leave me your name and email address in your comment.

There are FIVE ways to enter!

For each entry, leave me a separate comment below and ...

  1. Tell me which pattern is your favorite and which fabric line you'd use to make it.
  2. Sign up to follow my blog on bloglovin or tell me that you already do - I will be checking. :)
  3. Follow me on Facebook - if we can reach 100 followers by the end of the giveaway, I'll post a 15% off Patterns coupon code too!
  4. Follow me on Google+ - or tell me that you already do
  5. Follow me on Pinterest or tell me that you already do

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check out some of the other great giveaways happening at the Quilting Gallery Blog Hop Party!


174 comments:

  1. HI! Fun giveaway!! I follow you on FB now. :)

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  2. I am following lots of your quilty boards on Pinterest.

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  3. I follow your blog via Bloglovin' <3

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  4. My favorite pattern of yours is Aspen Glow - LOVE IT! I have the pattern and all the fabric to make it, now I just need the time. Do you sell any of that in your shop? I prefer FREE TIME ;) Second favorite pattern is Stroll.

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  5. I'd pick Aspen Glow. I'd pull form my stash. Either Lucky Penny or Salt water.

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  6. I really like Stroll and Aspen Grove! Thanks!

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  7. Thank you for the chance to win! I follow you on bloglovin'.

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  8. Thanks for the chance. I follow on Bloglovin!

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  9. I follow on Pinterest.Thanks again!

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  10. I followed you on Pinterest. Thank you! I like "In from The Cold"

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  11. I followed you! I like the Kate Spade fabric, "In from the Cold" Thank you

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  12. I followed your blog, too! I like any Christmas fabric, like In from the Cold!

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  13. I am in love with Aspen Glow and I love it with the fabric that is on the pattern. It is beautiful!!! I am new to quilting, and I am trying to find my style. This one really caught my eye. I was instantly in love! I even made my husband come to the computer and look at it. :) powersjlc at gmail dot com. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

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  14. I really like your Autumn Ohio Star Wallhanging. I was born in Ohio and I absolutely love the Fall colors. I believe that is because I grew up in southern Florida where it's green all year and am amazed when I see all the beautiful colors those hardwoods put on in the Fall. I think the Northcott Stonehenge Fat Quarter Roll (Copper Penny) would be perfect this that project. I would probably throw in some of the muted greens that I have in my stash. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  15. I love the surf birds pattern and would use some blues and browns from my stash. Thanks. I am here for the party! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  16. follow you on Blog lovin. Thanks. I am here for the party! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  17. follow you on facebook. Thanks. I am here for the party! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  18. follow you on google+. Thanks. I am here for the party! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  19. follow you on pinterest. Thanks. I am here for the party! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  20. I am following you on Facebook. I hope you reach your goal of 100 followers.

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  21. following on G plus I have no idea how to make the (plus) symbol on the keyboard

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  22. I really like your stroll pattern. Little problem here though should I win I will have to take a course on pattern reading since I have never successfully followed a pattern the written word has a tendency to confuse me. I pretty much just makeup things as I go along when I am sewing and quilting. But I am aways willing to give it another try.

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  23. I love the Aspen Glow quilt and I'd pair it with Anna Maria Horner's new line Dowry!

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  24. I love Aspen Glow! I would probably use Scrumptious, but I am known to change my mind!

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  25. I love Aspen Glow too and would probably use some of my Bonnie and Camille stash. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  26. I saw the Aspen Glo at the left side before I even read about the giveaway and WOW - I adore that quilt! Yum.
    Ok and how about a joke for you?

    What did the ocean say to the boat?




    Nothing - it just waved!
    Happy Friday :)

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  27. I really love Aspen Glow. Every time I go to your blog I am reminded how lovely it is. I love it so much that I bought the PDF a while ago. I have no idea what I will make it up in, but I do love the fabric you used. I am happy to wait for just the right fabrics to come along.

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  28. I already follow your blog by Bloglovin

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  29. Well the Surf Birds I love it! I actually click on it and laughed as I thought it would be "birds surfing!" :) wow ... maybe too much coffee this morning! Tula pinks Birds and Bees would be pretty in this! thanks!

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  30. I love puppy dog tails! Thank you.

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  31. Now following on pinterest SewingMom. Thanks!

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  32. Your blog is new to me. I am now following via Bloglovin

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  33. Now following you on Facebook.

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  34. I am also now following you on Google+

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  35. I love the fall carpenter star wall hanging pattern. I think it would look fabulous done in the Nordika line

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  36. Surf Birds Quilt and .pdf pattern with Surf and Sand by Marcus Brothers Fabric
    Favorite!! Love Love Love the beach! This is my FIRST Blog Hop and I am Luvin this too!! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas, talent and shopping!!

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  37. My favorite is suger@spice 1205- I wish to make it with cona cotton combined with Michael Miller's designs...

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  38. Following you on Bloglovin'. Thanks.

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  39. I follow you via pinterst (Dana Yaari)

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  40. I like you on FB (Dana Yaari)! Thanks!

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  41. Southern Belle Wallhanging is my favorite & I'd want to make it scrappy from my stash. Thanks.

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  42. Favorite is Aspen Glow...I would make it in blue and browns. Thanks

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  43. I am a fan on Facebook. Thanks

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  44. I'd choose Aspen Glow and use Cuzco By Kate Spain.

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    1. joke - Did you hear about the new corduroy pillows? They're making "headlines" everywhere.

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  45. Aspen Glow would be my first choice... and the fabric... well I have a stash that I would pull fabric from.

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  46. I like aspen glow and I don't know what fabric I would use, but similar colours to yours.

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  47. i would pick aspen glow hands down, I have been saving up for the queen quilt kit for 2 months now.

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  48. I liked your fb page. dfnanney@gmail.com

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  49. I am now following you on Pinterest:) dfnanney@gmail.com

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  50. I have finally discovered what is wrong with my brain when I make mistakes when sewing..... on the left side there is nothing right and on the right side there is nothin left! dfnanney@gmail.com

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  51. I like the Super Speedy Zig Zag Quilt. I would make in rainbow solids.

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  52. I love the Spring Breeze Table Runner. I'd make it in Sunnyside (Kate Spade)
    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  53. I like Stroll and would maybe use some Scrumptious. Thank you for participating in the blog hop.

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  54. I'm following you on Bloglovin.

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  55. I love to do "The Stroll" with my Honeysweet! I'm following you now Cora so watch out!
    Cheers :)

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  56. I follow you on Pinterest. If I win one of your patterns I hope to be on your board "Made by You."

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  57. I love your quilt pattern Aspen Glow. I think it would look great made with my mom's and grandma's and great aunt's "gowns". All of them have passed away and it would be a really nice pattern for the small prints that they used in the gowns that are still in great shape. Thank you for the chance to win. Have a great holiday season.

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  58. I love Aspen Glow :) I would use something special for it, not yet sure what!
    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  59. I follow you via bloglovin as NennaO ::)

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  60. I love the Autumn Ohio Star. Thanks for the opportunity. I am a fairly new quilter and seem to do more "collecting" than quilting.

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  61. I signed up to follow you on bloglovin.

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  62. I can't choose between Sugar & Spice and Stroll!

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    1. Forgot to say I'd make it with Scrumptious!!

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  63. I'm a new bloglovin follower!

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  64. I'm going to be VOMPLETELY unoriginal and say Aspen Glow. And to continue on that lemming like vein, I'd use Kate and birdie's Winter's lane - just like you did. I LOVE LOVE LOVE that fabric... So much so, I got some winters lane for my mom and almost stole the quilt she made. (Don't tell my mom, but I think I like your quilt better. The fabroc totally pops).

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  65. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin. Your site is great!

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  66. I am now following you on FB.

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  67. I like your Sweet Lily Quilt. But I also like your table runners. I would probably use some of my stash for the runners. Then I would have to go shopping for the quilt fabric!

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  68. I +1'd you - was it good for you as it was for me? :-) looking forward to being inspired by your creativity!

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  69. Hi Cora, my name is Jeanne and I live in Missouri, USA which is about as close to the center of the United States as you can get. We are building a small cabin down at one of the lakes in southern Missouri and it will be rustic and primitive, therefore I choose Granny's Quilt #1005. Don't you think that will look beautiful draping off of my old rocking chair? I sure do. Thanks for a chance to win
    jeannegwin@gmail.com

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  70. I am now following you on bloglovin' and hope you might follow me back.

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  71. I now follow your books board on Pinterest

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  72. I follow you on FB thanks again for a chance to win this pattern
    jeannegwin@gmail.com

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  73. And . . . now following you on BlogLovin! Looking forward to seeing you creations!

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  74. Aspen Glow and Stroll jump out at me but I also love your granny and lily patterns. I am wanting to use the new fig tree line in a quilt so that is probably what I would use for either quilt.

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  75. I am also following on Google+

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  76. I love Aspen Glow, very unique. I never make quilts from a whole fabric line so I would just be pulling from my stash.

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  77. My favorite pattern is Aspen Glow and I think I would use either my FQB of Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille or my FQB of Seaside by October Afternoon, thanks!

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  78. My favorite pattern is Celebration Quilt/Wall Hanging. I would love to make it! I used to quilt all the time, but I had 2 strokes, and I had to learn how to write, walk and quilt agian. I am so thankful that I can grip a needle! My stitches are slow, and not as small, but they are pretty equal. My sewing
    is great physical therapy! Thank you so much for the chance to win!
    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  79. I like you on FB. (Rhonda Gaines Desgranges)

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  80. I follow you on Google+. Thanks for the chance to win!






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  81. I follow you on Pinterest. (Rhonda Gaines Desgranges)

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  82. Cotillion would be beautiful in American Banner Rose.

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  83. I am a new follower on bloglovin and pinterest. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  84. I really like Aspen Glow. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  85. I'm following your quilt boards on Pinterest

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  86. Falling Leaves Table Runner is my favorite. I have become a Bloglovin follower. Happy thanksgiving!

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  87. I love your Aspen Glow pattern! I have a lovely pile of Etchings by 3 Sisters that I would use. Doesn't that sound like a lovely combination?

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  88. I'd choose Puppy Dog Tails and Tula Pink's various prints from my stash. thanks for the giveaway.

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  89. My favorite pattern is Surf Birds and I don't know which fabric line I would use, I would just "go with the flow" and "dive" in my fabric stash :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  90. And following on Pinterest. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  91. I like the Sugar & Spice. I think I will use the fabric from my stash :)

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  92. I already follow G+ karrie smith

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  93. I like the Aspen Glow fabric, and I think I would use solid aqua and red Kona :)

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  94. I follow on Bloglovin-karrie smith

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  95. I follow on Pinterest-karrie smith

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  96. I love your Celebrate pattern - I like how it shows off the pretty fabrics in the block centers! I would make it in either fall prints like yours or go shabby chic with Paris Flea Market.

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  97. Aspen Glow - I would go for California girl by Joanna Figueroa

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  98. Love the flurry not sure if its part of a chance to win blog hop, and think the material you chose is awesome. following via bloglovin and pinterest that should get me thru the cod days to come 4 sure.
    thanks for being a part of the hop

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  99. I'd love to try Aspen Glows. thanks so much for sharing. I have no idea what fabric line I would choose, but right now i'm leaning towards batiks...

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  100. Aspen Glow! SO pretty. I have the winters lane too:)

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  101. Following Pinterest, Instagram, Google +...word verification is on:(

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  102. I like Southern Belle. I think I would use something traditional. Maybe Midwinter Reds.

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  103. I signed up to follow in Bloglovin. Can't believe I haven't found you earlier!

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  104. Pretty in Pink would be my choice because Sawtooth-type stars are my favorite! Thanks for hosting. pbstrand@msn.com (Oh, and because I am completely and totally obsessed with pink!)

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  105. I would like Spring Zing. Mostly because it's cute and small and SOMETHING I MIGHT ACTUALLY FINISH! It would not be number 12 in my UFOs scattered & hidden around the house. I need practice on my machine quilting, too! Stupid thread tension loops. I might use Moda's Pot Luck collection. ll_gee at hotmail dot com

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  106. I pick Aspen Glow, it looks like something my grandmother would have made. she would be so proud of me to do this pattern.

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  107. I like your pretty in pink pattern. I am not a pink person, so I would use blues instead. If I used the pattern for a quilt for my sister or daughter, I would have to use purple. So for me it would be a pretty in any color pattern. Thank you for a chance to win one of your great patterns.

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  108. I am following you on bloglovin.

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  109. I just like you on Facebook. I not sure if you will make it to 100, but good luck.

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  110. I think I have followed you on google +. It is a new network to me and I am not sure I did it right.

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  111. I follow you on facebook and pinterest. Thanks for letting us visit. I like Southern Belle.

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  112. I follow on craftsy. Pretty in pink is lovely two color quilt.

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  113. Holy cannoli, that Aspen Glow pattern is TO.DIE.FOR!!!! I think ANY fabric would be gorg! I hope it's not too hard, b/c I've just GOTTA win it!!!! PICK ME PICK ME!!! :) mrscwatson81@hotmail.com

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  114. P.S. I followed you on fb tonight, "friend" :) mrscwatson81@hotmail.com

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  115. Spring fling done in pastels would be nice

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  116. I am a new follower on bloglovin.

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  117. Aspin Glow is beautiful and I would use the same fabric, if available. It is a lovely combination of color and pattern.

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