Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Hello again friends and Welcome to our Blog.

A lot of people think that because I run a fabric shop that I have a crazy love for fabric.  I will not lie there is a very strong relationship we have.  I love the way fabric feels, the ability to put colors together, the way a piece of fabric can alter into something so beautiful and different.  But for me it all starts with a pattern.  I love patterns (and books).  There is something special about watching a piece of fabric become a block, block turn into a row, rows adding together and framing everything with borders.  Oh what a feeling.... This weeks pattern love is the Tag Sale by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co.



 
It has the simplicity of a nine patch, with the added wonder of a star scattered just here and there.  The pattern makes an 80" x 80" quilt top. 
 
I had been holding on to this pattern in my bag for a long time, just waiting for the fabric that would really make it sing to me.  I finally found it with a collection of Leicen Fabrics.  The soft cool creams and tans combined with grey, green, blues and enough rose to just pop.  Finally.  Here is what it looks like:
 The over all picture of it hanging.

I quilted it with a flower and swirly leaf design.
I love how the three star blocks just stand off the quilt.  It really makes a visual when the quilt is spread out across the bed.
I love the pieced border that just frames the quilt, but doesn't stop the flow.
We have the pattern available and a few of the kits packaged on our website for sale. So check them out.  They are under the tab BLOGGED about It!!!

 
We are also celebrating our Blog today with a $25.00 (twenty-five USDollar) gift certificate to Whittles Fabrics giveaway. 
 
 Please post the name of your current favorite quilt pattern in the comments section between now and Saturday April 20th.  We will use Random.org to generate our winning number and post about it on Monday April 22, 2013.
 
I am really excited to hear what pattern you are currently loving.
 
Hope you are inspired,
Cathy
 





 
 
 
 


148 comments:

  1. oh I love this pattern as I just love nine patches :)
    hmmm pattern I have been thinking about getting is Hat Trick by Miss Rosie quilt pattern co too! seeing it around blog land , love that its small and nine patches!
    Great quilt , love your fabric choices, welcome to blogland
    Kathie

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  2. I have that Tag Sale pattern too! Maybe I should dig mine out and make it. Yours looks great.

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  3. Love your blog! Since January I have been creating "Beyond the Cherry Trees" which is my favorite pattern. All 25 blocks are beautiful and challenging.
    Thanks.
    Alice

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  4. I am just finishing up UFOs. I just put the last stitches in my Criss Cross Applesauce quilt.

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  5. Oh, I am so excited to see this pattern being featured! I made this quilt using Patisserie by Fig Tree Quilts when my niece graduated from college. The little star blocks were my favorite to construct, but the others were fun, too, and it went together quickly. These days I love lots of other patterns, including one called Boardwalk by Fig Tree Quilts. It's on my wishlist.

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  6. I love 9 patches also and have a blue and white 9 patch quilt ready to cut and sew. Currently I am working on Stars and Sprigs by Kim McLean. I'm happy to see you are blogging. I've added you to Reader so I won't miss a post.

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  7. Welcome to blogging! I look forward to all your future posts.

    I think Ocean Waves is my all time favorite pattern.

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  8. Ooh, I love the Tag Sale pattern and now I'm tempted to buy the kit! I just bought 3 applique patterns from Lori Smith, From My Heart to Your Hands. I love her style. I collect patterns and books and love to be inspired by looking at the pictures even if I never get around to making them. I will look forward to following your new blog!

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  9. I love that pattern and the fabric you chose---beautiful! I have several of Miss Rosie's Quilt Co patterns---love them all!

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  10. I love log cabin patterns and am currently reproducing a Courthouse Steps quilt from an antique quilt that I bought last year in NH.

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  11. I love nine patch blocks. They are my very favorite probably because it was the first block my grandmother taught me to sew when I was six years old. I am currently working on a God's Eye quilt and have 20 more blocks to go. I like it because it looks like controlled chaos and I can use up all my scrap fabrics.

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  12. I am just getting ready to start Country Homecoming Quilt from the book Primitive Gatherings. Love the homespuns! I really like the Tag Sale pattern. I had not seen that one before.

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  13. I'm currently doing more applique than piecing...and my favorite pattern is always the one I haven't met yet...but I did fall in love with Flourish on the Vine from Kathie Wylie...as for piecing, hmmm, love all thinkgs Rosie and also Bonnie Hunter!

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  14. Love the quilt pattern and the fabrics are perfect.

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  15. I'm currently enthusiastic about the Carpenter's Star pattern. Made one in red/white; and plan to make another one in more muted colors.

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  16. Uptown Girl by Carrie Nelson is my current favorite pattern.I am a huge fan of stars and stars with different centers like churn patch and nine patch blocks is even better. I'm collecting fabrics now and hope to make it soon.

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  17. Your "Tag Sale" quilt looks fabulous, especially your choice of fabrics. I'm currently working on a pattern called "Stars all Around" by Geoff's Mom Pattern Co. It's a table runner and I'm using a lot of Civil War reds and greens and am hoping to have it finished for Christmas. Congrats on starting your blog, and I love your online store. It's the only place I go for Civil War fabrics. My local quilt shops don't carry these lovely fabrics so I shop online.

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  18. Wow, another new blog to enjoy. Nice to see it. My favorite is a Cozy Strp Club Pattern called Crossed Path. Nine patches, rail fence and background .. quick and easy. My other go-to pattern is Yellow Brick Road. Thank you for offering the nice give-away.

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  19. What I can do with $25 towards your shop...and then some! I love too many pattern designers to list or even choose just one. Currently working on a Miss Rosie pattern too!

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  20. My favorite is anything done with the snail trail block.

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  21. How in the world am I to choose only one pattern? That is an impossible choice. I guess I'd have to say the one I'm working on at the moment - which is the Schnibbles quilt called "Hat Trick". And how I'd love to win the gift certificate!

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  22. Current FAV is the quilt I just finished & I am now enjoying it on the bed while it's still cool at night. It's a paper pieced pattern from Laundry Basket Quilts called "On Eagles Wings". Turns out beautifully!

    Thanks for starting a blog!
    Sam

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  23. I am making an Amish Buggy Wheel quilt at this time, so it is my current favorite.

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  24. My new favorite pattern is the scrappy trip around the world. It lets me "whittle" down my scraps to make room for new fabric. Theresa C. - Tennessee

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  25. My favorite pattern right now is Evelyn's Album which is wool applique from Primitive Gathering. Thanks for making this give-away possible - so cool!

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  26. My favorite pattern right now is an Australian one-The English Basket Quilt by Corliss Searcey. LOVE IT.It's all Applique and Paper piecing.

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  27. My current favorite is anything Edyta Sitar - just finished Tree of Life - love love love it!

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  28. My favorite pattern currently is A Morris Tapestry by Barbara Brackman (free from Moda). It is a simple nine patch pattern that just make me think of all the fabrics I want to make with it to see how different it will feel.

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  29. Love Flower Box by Edyla Sitar.

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  30. Right now my favorite is Evening Bloom by Blackbird Designs.. it is piecing Dresden blocks and large applique blocks... I am in the process of hand quilting it now..

    Thanks for a chance from Whittles.. I love that site for fabric.

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  31. Love your 9P. The scrappier the better for me. I dont follow patterns as much as i will do a "method" block or quilt. And sometimes i see a fabric and it speaks to me....tells me what i need to make from it. Hmmm...sounds weird when i write it down...LOL!

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  32. My favorite pattern is anything involving crazy quilting.

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  33. My favorite patterns right now are Trip Around the Around and Log cabin. I like both the scrappy look and the fabric coordinated look.

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  34. My big Bonnie K. Hunter mystery quilt called Easy Street is my favorite as it is so scrappy! I used all Civil War fabrics and many were from Whittles. Now I'm finishing a snowball/nine-patch in Civil War reproductions, too. Thank you for the chance!

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  35. My favorite pattern is the Trip Around the World.

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  36. Third try....iPhone not a very big typing platform. Misselththwaite is my lurking project. I love Tag sale but Misselthwaite I have owned for a long time and it is next on todo list

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    1. And my luck is still not holding. Harleyetta@aol.com.....no blog just dustbunnies

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  37. I like so many different patterns that it's hard to choose! I once made a Pineapple Star -- it is definitely ONE of my favorites. Love your shop, a couple times a year a friend and I drive 4 hours each way to visit. I'll be interested in reading your blog updates. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  38. I am currently making a Thimbles top with over 6,708 pieces. It sure was FUN cutting them all out..not. But the fun now IS putting it all together. I have ordered from Whittles and hope someday to get to drive there and shop at leisure. Good prices,service, and of course fabric.

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  39. For me the love affair starts with fabric not a pattern. Funny how we are all different. Right now I am loving anything with chevrons.

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  40. I'm loving "Common Sense" designed by Joan Ford. It's a great pattern to use gazillions of scraps and to add in some new yummy fabrics from Whittles.

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  41. My current favorite is stitching scrappy bits and pieces, or "crumbs", together to make blocks. The the last real pattern I used was called Strip Search. Thanks a bunch for the chance to win! ☺

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  42. I dont really have any pattern I love or use. I am a big fan of anything with houses, wonky the better, or string quilt or spiderweb are my favourite patterns.

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  43. I don't have a favorite quilt pattern since I don't use them. The only pattern I've ever used was the Swoon Quilt - but I love and hate that pattern. I was so sick of it by the end... but the quilt really is lovely!

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  44. I am currently working on a Collection for the Cause with lots of nine patch blocks set on point. I usually am in love with whatever I happen to be working on. Just purchased Hat Trick from Miss Rosie and will start picking fabric for that next.

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  45. I love sampler patterns, I just love the variety of patterns and it is a great skill builder.

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  46. I have never quilted following a pattern; I create my own from and idea! I love Whittles - lots of inspiration every time I come in!

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  47. Deb Brandt

    I am currently doing Bonnie Hunters - Easy Street and am really liking it. Some of the fabric I have used is from Whittles!

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  48. There are so many quilt block patterns that I love, but right now I am slowly working on my Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt by hand piecing. I am using some 1930s fabrics to go with it. Hopefully I'll have it done before I'm ready for the nursing home! LOL

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  49. My favorite is Log Cabin . I bought a log cabin ruler so I'd be sure to cut 'em right. SOoooooo, now I need to win this giveaway so my fabric will be just right.

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  50. I Just Love the Pattern " Stars And Sprig"

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  51. My current project is the Sally Post Floral Sampler. Made mostly with the pomegranate line I purchased from Whittles.

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  52. I want to try the Easy Breezy Hexies pattern featured in Quiltmakers.

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  53. I'm liking X's and Crosses at the moment, having fun trying out new color
    combinations.

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  54. I love nine patches so this Tag Sale interests me alot. How about in neutrals?

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  55. One of my favorite patterns is "Gumdrops" by Sherri McConnell which was in the Sew Scrappy, Volume Two,
    magazine by Better Homes & Gardens.

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  56. at the moment i am making stars and churn dash. thanks

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  57. I always love checking out your Whittles website!
    Currently my love is scap quilting & modern quilting. Although I am not working on this yet, the pattern I want to make is called "Scrapper's Delight" which is found in the book "Sunday Morning Quilts" by Amanda Jean Nyberg and Cheryl Arkison.
    Kiwi Kate

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  58. I think my favorite pattern right now is Bonnie Hunter's Jamestown Landing

    Sarah B in Taylorsville, KY
    mollylucybuffy@msn.com

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  59. I have just finished quilting a Southern Belle quilt that my mom appliqued,,,,I like to think outside the box I guess you would say and create my own pattern,,,I am quilting a cancer quilt which is my own pattern,,,I have been collecting material for a while now,,,,,it takes alot of thought,,,and like you,,,, you see the material come to life in a quilt!!!!

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  60. I think I'm leaning toward Dear Jane as my fav right now, but, i have a lot of other stuff going on and they are all favorite. Love your online store and you can bet I'll be reading the blog.

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  61. Love love the Tag sale quilt. My favorite quilt pattern is Buggy Barn's Still Crazy Bramble Baskets I must admit I am addicted to Whittle's fabric. I just can't say enough good about Whittles, great service, reasonably priced fabric and inexpensive shipping.
    RubyBegonia

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  62. My current fave pattern is the 1600 inch quilt. I love that I can go to my 2-1/2" strip bin and immediately start sewing! A quick and easy quilt!

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  63. Love your blog and the tag sale quilt. My favourite pattern is Jst Judie from English paper piecing by Vicki Bellino. I intend using the 18th century fabrics I have bought from you.
    Betty Field

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  64. I'm crazy about Bonnie Hunter's Scrappy Quilts.
    I've been deboneing shirts like crazy!
    Can't make up my mind which pattern to use first!

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  65. My quilt pattern is Cottage Maze by Carolina Patchworks - which I did up in Terrain by Kate Spain. Splendid pattern and thanks for this wonderful opportunity. Judy C in NC

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  66. Just at the moment I love any Fasset pattern. My especial favourite is New Orleans Star.

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  67. My favorite pattern is typically the quilt I'm working on at the moment. Right now it is a setting I designed myself with assitance from EQ for some swap blocks. Medallion setting of four blocks, surrounded by a "border" with the EQ French Knot cornerstones, a round of swap blocks, then another French Knot cornerstone border. I do hope it's as awesome in real life as it in my drawings & mind!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  68. I love Miss Rosie's book Spice of Life and today I cut out her pattern True Blue. Since I love everything she does, my fav of the day is True Blue (or in my case, True Red!). Thanks for all you guys do.

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  69. Just about anything from Blackbird Designs - right now, I'm working on hand appliquing "Meadow".

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  70. I really love Rocky road to kansas, farmer's wife and dear jane, made with 30's repro fabrics or kaffe for a more modern look.
    Thanks you so much for this chance to win I will keep my fingers crossed :)

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  71. I think my all-time favorite quilt pattern has to be log cabin. I've used this pattern in many variations...from traditional to wonky.

    Thanks for this giveaway!

    I live close and will be coming to visit soon!!!

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  72. I have a long standing love of Log Cabin

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  73. I love the "Farmers Market" pattern by Laundry Basket Quilts. And one day I'll make it... Thanks and congrats on your newly established blog!

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  74. Lately, I've been looking at the good old Pineapple again. i have lots of scraps to use up.

    Good for you for starting a blog!

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  75. I try to use pinwheels in nesrly everything I do, ain't my fault that most everything calls for 'em.

    Next would be the 9 patch, if pinwheels don't work it will.

    Congrats on the blog.

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  76. If I can use civil war fabrics, and wool or needleturn applique, then I am in heaven! My favourite designers are Di Ford, Kim Mclean and Blackbird Designs - and, yes, I have a quilt by each of them on the go at the moment!
    Cheers,
    Lynne in Oz

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  77. I am currently in love with Camille Roskelly's Swoon pattern. It's a version of the classic Dutch Rose pattern which I have long admired. I love browsing your website!

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  78. I don't really have a favorite pattern because I'm working on about 10 different projects. I do love your website and as soon as I use up some more of my stash, I'll be shopping there. Winning the gift certificate would be a great start! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  79. My favorite pattern right now is The Bundling Board by Primitive Pieces by Lynda. I just love the look of the primitive quilts and civil war quilts too. What a great giveaway!

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  80. My favorite pattern right now is "retreat" out of the book Simply Fat Quarters. There are several patterns in the book that I just love, but so far have only made the baby quilt size and it turned out beautiful! Thanks!

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  81. I love doing a disappearing nine patch and would like to make another.

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  82. I like "Vista" from Me and My Sisters, mainly because it is fast, fresh, and easy.

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  83. I really like Bonnie Hunter's Random Ohio Stars, but have an on-going love for 9 patches, and just love Tag Sale.
    Kim

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  84. Honestly, I am not much of a quilter, but I do have a Herringbone block project in the works. Thanks for the beautiful fabrics and good prices that you offer! mamalusco at ortelco.net

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  85. My current favorite is Peaceful Time by Jo Morton. I'm also fond of a new found favorite of Diamonds are Forever from the book String Quilt Revival. Doing both in reproduction fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. Lana

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  86. I don't know if I have a favorite - I seldom make something more than once - Just love making quilts. Thanks for the opportunity to win.
    Lynn

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  87. I usually do not make a pattern more than once. That said, I made "It's Good to be Square" and it was so much fun and so easy to make that I may have to do it again. In batiks - it was yummy! Your Miss Rosie's "Tag Sale" is very pretty! Color choices are awesome!

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  88. Very pretty quilt--I love Miss Rosie patterns. Right now I'm working on Buggy Wheels by Buggy Barn using Indigo Crossing fabrics--I love the way it's turning out!

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  89. Congratulations on your new blog. Right now I'm making "Falling Charms". It was a tutorial recently posted by Jenny at Missouri Star Quilt Company. A small group of us were challenged to make the same quilt, using whatever fabrics we had. We'll be showing the results in about 3 weeks.

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  90. My current favorite quilt pattern is Country Charmer by Lynn Wilder of Sew'n Wild Oaks.

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  91. The quilt I am currently making is always my favourite, so it's always changing. I do love the style of Bonnie Hunter's quilts a lot, though.
    Love your website, so glad you've started a blog also.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  92. I don't have a favorite new pattern right now as I'm trying to finish up some ufos. It's hard not to look though!hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  93. I'm working on an American Jane pattern, "Wagon Wheel", and using lots of Whittle's fabrics. Can't wait to see how they all look together!

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  94. Love the blog! And love Whittle's - so far I am only an online customer, but someday I will make the trip to the store... current favorite pattern is the twisters

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  95. Welcome to blogland! My current favorite pattern that I am making is "Dancing Stars" from amyscreativeside.com/

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  96. My favorite is the one I am about to cut out. Today that is Watermelon Days by Jan Patek or any wool appliqué by Primitive Gatherings.

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  97. :) Congrats on the blog! My favorite quilt pattern . . . that is a mystery to me so far. I seem to be in love with paper-pieced stars since I'm working on my third quilt top of them right now.

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  98. Love any pattern with stars! Recently finished "swoon" by Camille roskelly and can't wait to make another. Thanks for the chance!!

    Kit in WI

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  99. "SWOON" would be my favorite pattern today. Tomorrow, who knows! Sherry(keithriggs1@yahoo.com)

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  100. I would just love to do a simple LARGE square/rectangle quilt....pastels or paisleys...and it would be my fave because it would be a first first quilt....lol

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  101. I'm so glad you have a blog at last and hope your will be able to update often.
    I do not have a favorite commercial pattern. I usually design my own quilts, most often with traditional blocks, in EQ7. I have lots and lots of favorites!

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  102. I love Spring Sprouts by Edyta Sitar. The applique is terrific. The colors are gorgeous and vibrant

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  103. Civil War Sampler by Barbara Brackman. Addicting!

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  104. My current favorite quilt pattern is Flea market treasure quilt by Edyta Sitar.

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  105. Your quilt looks great! I have that pattern and you may have inspired me to get started on it. :)

    My current favorite quilt pattern is from Ayumi Takahashi's new book "Patchwork, Please!": Books for Baby.

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  106. I just finished Entwined and now I am doing Ribbon Rings by Marilyn Foreman. I love both patterns.

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  107. Right now I am working on Pat Speth nickel quilt pattern. Churn Dash

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  108. Congrats on starting your blog. My current favourite pattern is anyone out of Di Fords new book. They are all just fantastic.

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  109. Several years ago I bought a "package" of several quilt books. One had on its cover the "Mormor" quilt, which means in another country, "My mother's mother." Intrigued, I've waited for my skills to develop and the perfect fabric to make this for a gran daughter. I finally found it in Jennifer Paganelli's Honey Child. First I'm making it with scraps and am so glad to have started this way as I've learned how to make some difficult seams come out perfect before cutting into a beautiful fabric.

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  110. My favourite pattern is very difficult to choose!! Lol
    Maybe I will pick the next pattern I will start; another of Miss Rosie's patterns: Three Barns.
    I do have a very soft spot for anything remotely like a Baltimore Album and anything by Di Ford.
    Congratualtions on your new blog and thank you for the chance to win! :)

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  111. Ocean Waves - my current project.

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  112. Love the blog name!

    There's no way I can pick a favorite! I love applique and piecing, traditional and modern. I think my all time fave is a tie between a log cabin and a triple Irish chain, but then I love album quilts and have made several.

    At any given time I have a dozen quilts under construction - I'm the poster child for Quilter's ADD!

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  113. Love the blog! Planning a trip up to see see ya'll next month :-) Amie

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  114. Oh and I'm working on a modern Lone star!

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  115. I don't know if I have a favorite pattern, but I have fabrics saved for the Periwinkle quilt. I can't wait to start on that.

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  116. Ohio star, count me in on the giveaway.

    suebennett1975@gmail.com

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  117. Gosh - so many choices, I don't think I could pick a favorite. I have a bazillion quilts that I WANT to make! Love wool applique on cotton. My favorite blocks are log cabin and any basket, with churn dash also on the top of the favorite list.

    Glad you started a blog!

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  118. Love your new Blog...I just finished the Farmers Wife and just love it. I used civil war fabrics and enlarged it slightly. Just beautiful! Thanks for the free give a way, your site is wonderful! Pat(countrylanepat@yahoo.com)

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  119. I am currently loving "Over The River And Through The Woods" by Crabapple Hills Studio. I have all of the embroidery done and getting ready to do all of those flying geese. Nancy Stevens, Bowling Green, KY

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    1. I hope you enjoy the new blog. I am always very pleased with the service I receive when dealing with Whittles.
      My favourite pattern right now is Cold Wind Blows. I am collecting fabric to do the appliqued blocks.
      Regards,
      RJ (system1001@yahoo.com)

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  120. Right now it is a civil war patterm sampler, by Barbara Backman, but i really like makeing desdan plate or any thing that is applique. Loves the nine patch quilts. Just join your bolg today and enjoy reading the blog. don't get to your store often, but when i do I love it!!!!

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  121. I like your fabic and prices."BASKET FULL"pattern by Cheri is nice. Small quilts go fast.You are doing good work keep it up.

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  122. I do not have a favorite as I have about 4 different patterns going at once. I love scrappy quilts and I enjoy Bonnie Hunter's patterns. I love Kentucky's Whittles Fabrics. Thanks for the great bargins.

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  123. Whittles Blog! You are one of my favorite shops! My friends and I had a great time visiting you on our way to the Paducah Quilt Show! Any Miss Rosie pattern turns out wonderful. My favorite Miss Rosie pattern is called Elizabeth and I plan to make it again! I am currently working a very time intensive block called Keystone Stars.
    I would love to win this collection and look forward to future posts.

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  124. Wow, hard decision! It would have to be some form of log cabin or churn dash.

    Congratulations on your new blog.

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  125. My favorite pattern, right now, is Sparkling Stars from the book At Home With Country Quilts. Love your web shop!

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  126. Thank you for the opportunity to win a GC from your store, which I LOVE!! Most of my favorite patterns are coming from Kim Diehl right now, I love her use of "scrappy" colors and applique!!

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  127. One of my favorite is Warm Wishes..quick, ez & looks good in most any fabric. Thx for the chance to win a GC from your wonderful store! Patti

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  128. Nice quilt & fabrics! I am working a Miss Rosie pattern and want to get some of Paula Barnes patterns, maybe for starters Tavern Blues.

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  129. I'm getting ready to do a Garden Lattice. Looks so complicated but is really easy. This will be my forth one

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  130. Congrats on your new blog, a neat way to better get to know you and your site. Your welcome banner is terrific! I recognized that background as Tagalong by Miss Rosie. I love her stuff and I have that pattern, but like you had yet to make anything from it. Another one of her patterns on my 'bucket list' is 'Come On A My House' that has houses, trees and of course stars. Right now I'm working on a quilt for my youngest daughter from Amy Butler fabrics called 'Inner Star'. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  131. Of course I meant to say 'Tag Sale' in my comment as the name of the pattern.

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  132. HI, and congrats on your new blog - forge onward! :) I LOVE!!! your online store, and am SO thankful to you for having beautiful fabric at affordable prices! I'm saving up for my first big order with you and can hardly wait.
    Tough for me to pick just one favorite quilt pattern, but I am have a special fondness for nine patch blocks, with stars......
    Hope I'm the lucky winnner, and thanks for the great giveaway!
    Cheers,
    Sandra

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  133. I'm making the Swoon quilt pattern just now and it is going together easily. I have bookmarked your blog.

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  134. I am making Away From Home by Nancy Rink using the Mill Girl fabric and loving it. Look forward to reading your blog.

    Donna (one of the CA girls!)

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  135. Glad to see your blog! I love Tag Sale, too. One of my favorite patterns that I have made is Lucky Stars. Thanks so much for your inspiration and giveaway!

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  136. I like the spool block that Camille Roskelly has out right now. Glad to find your blog.

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  137. I like the BQ Quilt pattern. It is wonderful for fabric you just don't want to cut into small pieces.

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  138. Currently I like Blue and Brown Flying Geese by Julie Henrickson. It is a pattern from Windham Fabrics. I can't wait to finish it. Thanks for the chance to buy lovely fabric at your shop.

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  139. I'm making a Vintage Nine Patch pattern from Jeni Baker at incolororder.com with Pine Tree Lodge fabric from Whittles. Yellow Brick Road is one of my favorite patterns. I love Whittles and only live a few miles away.

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  140. Wild and Goosey in the current issue of Quiltmaker magazine.

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  141. I'm making Rebecca's Lone Star, free pattern from Windhams, and I never thought a lone star could come together so easily and look so complicated. It is my first lone star and looks fantastic.

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  142. I don't really have a favorite as I keep seeing new ones all the time- I keep collecting them and will never get to most of them!! I like log cabins though I've never made one. rnoel57@gmail.com

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  143. I have always loved a nine patch with alternating snowball blocks, just says quilt to me.

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  144. I'm currently finishing "Cathedral Stars," by Bonnie Hunter. I've also got her "Oklahoma Backroads" started!

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  145. Working on a scrappy basket quilt with CW fabrics!

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