Back to School Blog Hop Party Giveaway!

25 August 2012



Blog Hop Party 


Oh my goodness ya'll!!!  Things have been absolutely crazy getting things ready for the start of school.  In case you are a new visitor, my husband and I are both teachers in the great state of Texas. I am an elementary music teacher and my husband is a high school economics teacher and coach.  Students first day back is on Monday, so this past week has been full of getting our classrooms ready and attending all of our in-service obligations, which means no time at my sewing machine.

And in all of the craziness, I almost missed out on the blog hop!  But I did pull something together for you guys!

Let me give you a little bit of my background.  I started sewing/quilting about a year and a half ago.  When I first started, I had no idea what my "vibe" was.  There is a quilt shop nearby that I found and it is all civil war/reproduction prints, so I signed up for their block of the month.  I thought it might be a good way for me to get started, but it didn't work out for me.  I am one of those people that needs to be able to read all of the directions before I ever start a project.  And with this particular block of the month they sent directions for that month and the fabrics you needed.  Basically, after nine months I had all of the fabric but I never started the quilt.  And by the end of the nine months, I also had found the modern quilting community and had fallen in love.

Now don't get me wrong, traditional can be just as beautiful if not more beautiful than modern quilting, but my personal style leans more towards modern.  And as it turns out, my "Project Wish List" is full and I don't ever see myself working on this quilt.  

So here's the giveaway ....
I have all of the fabric and directions for the Civil War Celebration Quilt.  It is a pattern by Thimble Creek Quilts.  

The finished quilt should look something like this!

I will be sending you all of this!  Each month is separated into a ziploc bag with the instructions for that month.  The directions state that you can make four blocks out of one month's fabric.  And there are nine months all together.  Basically, what I am sending you is a civil war/reproduction quilt kit!  Pretty awesome, right?!

You have two ways to enter.... (you can do just one or both)
1. Leave a comment about what quilt pattern you are excited about, either upcoming or already released. (I'm thinking about hosting a Quilt-a-Long and am curious about what my readers are interested in!)

and/or
2. become or already be a follower. (This is not a requirement just an extra chance at winning!)
That's it!  This giveaway will end September 3rd at 8pm CST.  International entries are welcome! Good luck everybody!

And make sure you go check out all of the other giveaways as well!

334 comments:

  1. I always get excited when I see Dresden plates, whole, half, or even quarter plates in any type of layout.

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  2. Shoot - I'm the first to comment! Maybe it will be a lucky thing this time!!? I am a follower and also work in a school (support staff) so I can see all the craziness going on getting everything ready!!!

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  3. I would love to do the Lizzy House 'snail trail' pattern (it has a name but I can't remember it) - I just love the effect that it gives.

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  4. I love quilt alongs and may have one soon too, just brainstorming

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  5. I am doing a quilt a long right now. Can't wait to get it finished!

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  6. I am a follower!
    Amy
    Sew Incredibly Crazy

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  7. I love the Balkan Puzzle block. It just looks really cool! Also love the Greek Cross;)

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  8. I am obsessed with English Paper Piecing at the moment, so I would love another project with these beauties!! Thanks for the fabulous giveaway - my husband really wants me to make a Civil War quilt :-)

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  9. I am a happy follower of your blog :-)

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  10. I saw a quilt on Pleasant Home's blog called Scrappy Jar Stars. I don't remember who designed it, but that is what I am working on now. I really love the scrappy look. Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway.

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  11. I am loving any pattern with triangles and hexagons right now!

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  12. I am excited about making a quilt like this one http://cauchycomplete.wordpress.com/2011/02/01/simple-insanity/
    I love scrappy quilts.

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  13. I am excited about the Groove quilt pattern. There is already a quilt-a-long going for it though.

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  14. I'm really, really excited about Whims and Fancies' "Something Wicked This Way Comes" Halloween paper pieced QAL, which (I believe) runs Oct. 1-31, with new blocks throughout culminating in a super cool Halloween quilt :)

    My son and daughter play soccer, and their coach is getting married next spring and is a HUGE civil war buff/re-enactment enthusiast. This would be the perfect wedding gift!!

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  15. Oh wow! I would love to win! Thanks so much! At the moment I really love hexagons and english paperpiecing patterns.

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  16. I'm a follower by email. I'm a brand new quilter and I was definitely drawn in by the modern style. You prize would be a great way to build my general quilting skills which I definitely need to work on. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  17. I just signed up to follow your blog! I love all of your creations! I would be absolutely thrilled to win this giveaway! I love civil war fabrics! The quilt that I just started on is called Pixie Sticks it is made with the pez prints and solids and it is cheerful and beautiful! The quilt pattern/kit was put out by American Jane.

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  18. I am a happy follower. Thanks for the chance to win!!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. There are so many great patterns out there!
    I love a new pattern by Lori Holt of Bee In
    My Bonnet~~Millie's Dresses. It is a "tradiional" pattern. I would make it in
    30s prints. I am also loving my Twister ruler,
    and for a take along project EPP. Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. Hi
    I am taking a class starting in sept of exploding pineapple chunks so im looking forward to that cause i got a great teacher and its a 1 day a week for 6 weeks so i get me time with other sewers angchappell@yahoo.com

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  21. i am a follower thank you for a great giveaway angchappell@yahoo.com

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  22. Right now, I am in love with Betsy's Closet in Stitches. It is a wall hanging, but I would make it for a baby quilt.

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  23. I am a follower via Google reader. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  24. I have just been making hexies like crazy!

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  25. I'm loving civil war everything these days.

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  26. Right now I am most excited about the reversible Star Wars on one side and Girly on the other side quilt that I am working. I started with no plan and not pattern and it is probably going to be the most mix of modern and traditional that I've ever done. Everyday when I go into my sewing area to work on it I just feel happy and excited to see where it will take me.

    Other than that I'm doing a lot Granny Square blocks from different fabrics to make into quilts for gifts over the Holiday season.

    Thanks for a chance to win this. I've always wanted to do a Civil War Repro quilt but just haven't gotten around to it and this would be awesome since I wouldn't have to try and pick the fabrics or pattern myself!! :D

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  27. I have followed your blog for a while now. Thanks again!

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  28. This is the most fantastic quilt kit. Please enter me into the drawing. My mother and I love your prize and want to make a Civil War quilt!
    My suggestion for a QAL is a Twisting Turning Twenty quilt - I always wanted to do one. Or, for your QAL a scrappy trip around the world quilt since can find free patterns for it.
    This is an awesome prize. Thank you for offering a chance.

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  29. I reall want to get the Farmer's wife quilt book, I have done quite a few modern patterns this year, and I'd like to try something more traditional - so your prize is perfect, thanks for the chance!

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  30. I really want to make a Garden Fence quilt http://hyacinthquiltdesigns.blogspot.ca/2011/01/garden-fence.html

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  31. I've been staring at a quilt pattern called the Garden Ladder Lap quilt - maybe after Christmas...

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  32. I'm excited to try a pattern called Cross Terrain using a jelly roll. It is on the Moda Bake Shop site. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  33. I am a new follower who has always wanted to do a quilt with Civil War fabrics. Thanks for this chance.

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  34. I will soon purchase a pattern called ruffle crush. I can't wait. Of course I will be tweeking it to suit me by adding more ruffles as the binding.

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  35. I love the civil war fabrics! I would like to make a quilt out of vintage linens in large hexes.

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  36. I am a follower and very proud of it!

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  37. I am a new follower in Google Reader. Thanks

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  38. I really like working with wool applique. Thanks

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  39. I am excited about starting the Scrap Happy Basket Quilt pattern I have from Lakehouse. I would love to make the Civil War quilt, it would be challenging but beautiful.

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  40. I am already a follower of your blog.

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  41. I am a follower. What a great give-away! Thanks!

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  42. I have been teaching Stack-n-Whack to new quilters and now I am itching to make a new one for myself!

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  43. I love anything Civil war and this would be a great giveaway to win

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  44. I LOVE the pattern for "The Groovy Quilt" it's amazing! I've never used an actual pattern though, I can't wait to get my hands on that one! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  45. I'm an "old" follower! LOL! Thanks again!

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  46. I am excited about making a quilt I saw on a blog called Spanish Jewels. I bought the book that has the pattern and have it started, but other quilts have come along that needed to be made first. I do have a few blocks made and love it!

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  47. I have been resisting starting a granny square quilt since I have so many projects in the hopper but would love to make one someday! Thanks for a generous giveaway!

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  48. I love Melissa's "On the Go" pattern over at her blog, Happy Quilting. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  49. I love Farmer's Wife or anything with stars or pinwheels.

    What an awesome giveaway! Thanks for the chance!!!!

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  50. I agree with Lethargic Lass, I love Garden Fence Quilt by Hyacinth Quilt Designs. Its been on my to do list for awhile, and a QAL would be great!
    What a great prize! thanks for the chance~!

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  51. I am loving Irish Chain quilts right now. So I really like your giveaway!

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  52. I am a follower already. Great, generous giveaway.

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  53. I'm a follower with bloglovin'. What an awesome giveaway!

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  54. An incredible giveaway I wish I could tell you the name of the quilt I'd like to try but I can't for the life of me remember it. It's going to take alot of hunting, all I know for sure is it was displayed on a sleigh and it's in fall colours.
    Thank you for the chance

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  55. I am a follower! Love your site!!

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  56. I want to try my hand at the dresden plate with some sort of variation. I have the template, just not a firm idea of what to do with it. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  57. The Christmas Flag pattern in the Aug/Sep 2012 issue of Quilters Newsletter has me intrigued. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  58. I'm a follower - receiving your blog posts by email. Thanks.

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  59. I love the pattern Pow Wow by Cluck Cluck Sew.

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  60. I usually do scrappy, I've never done a pattern. Thanks for the chance!

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  61. I'm really excited about the free feather quilt pattern Anna Maria Horner just released on her website. I can't wait to make it.

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  62. I'm a new follower and would absolutely love love love to win the kit. While I love modern, I also love Civil War quilts.

    Thanks for the second chance to win!

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  63. I have never quilted from a kit. I think this would be so wonderful to have all the fabric already picked our and separated, etc. It would make sewing so much quicker and fun!! I would LOVE to win this Civil War Quilt kit. Thanks for the chance. I am a new follower of your blog.

    I would like to find a fairly easy pattern that would look hard once it is all put together.

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  64. I don't have a specific pattern, but I'm very intrigued by hexagons. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

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  65. Thanks for the gentle giveaway!
    b.zanninelli@gmail.com

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  66. I'm doing the Hexy MF right now from Fat Quarterly.

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  67. I am anxious to get back to working on my Farmer's Wife quilt. I just love those blocks! I had to set it aside to finish some baby quilts, but it is definitely calling to me!

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  68. This is such an awesome, awesome prize that I have become a follower! If I win, I will be gifting it to a worth recipient!

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  69. I am a new follower! What a fantastic giveaway.

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  70. I love the Sew Spooky pattern.

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  71. I'm excited about Hocus Pocusville and A Gardener's Journal.

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  72. I am excited about the new hipbee I am in and what next months block will be x

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  73. I am a new quilter, so beginner blocks for me. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  74. I don't really keep up with patterns, but I love the Stargazer pattern from Lunden Designs.

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  75. Wow, what a great giveaway.
    I am super excited about two patterns - Mod Pop and the new Tula Pink Stardust one.

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  76. Este é divino,gostaria de ganhar para fazer em papel inglês,já pensou que máximo para mim?Eu adoro e sou viciada nisso.Também comecei esposa de fazendeiro em papel.Sou louca?acho que não...Obrigada por presente-sim é um presente-maravilhoso.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  77. Me tornei seguidora no GFc 375.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  78. Something by Elizabeth Hartman, can't remember at the moment...

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  79. I'm a big fan of hexagons and it seems they are having a "come back" at the moment. Back to school doesn't apply to me anymore as both my kids are grown up but my daughter, who is a elementary school teacher at an international school in Beijing, China, is getting ready for her new kids tomorrow.

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  80. What a beautiful quilt! Thank you for the opportunity. I am looking forward to Glorious Autumn block party hosted by Quilting Gallery starting in September.

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  81. Thank you for another chance to win that gorgeous pattern. I am a happy follower!!

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  82. With love from Russia! I am a follower! Thank you!

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  83. Wow, this is an incredible giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win.
    I'm looking forward to actually finishing the postage-stamp quilt that I started last winter. (Not exactly a "pattern," more a "style," I guess. Does that count?)

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  84. Oh yes, I am now a follower! I like your blog!

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  85. I owuld liek to make a quitl from one Kathy Doughty's pattern - and no comes the problem I don't have the English name for it - it owuld translate roughly as "flowers over flowers" It's not too complicated but not too easy either..

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  86. I'm a brand new quilter, so right now, I get excited about ALL the patterns :)

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  87. I would like to make a pinwheel quilt! :)

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  88. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance! I'm already a follower! Have a Happy Day! :)

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  89. Lori,  Thank you for the chance to win such a great prize. I am going to start lady of the lake by Rita veronica.



     

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  90. Cool! My parents were both elementary school band teachers for thirty years and I was a high school English teacher for 8 years. I am on my fourth year of leave of absence to care for my daughters, but I'll be going back soon. My youngest is almost 2. I am going to do the A Bee In My Bonnet qal. It's a mystery quilt.

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  91. I loved Totally Groovy pattern.

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  92. What a great give-away. Thanks! I'm excited about Moda products.

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  93. I'd really just love to participate in any quilt along. I'm new to quilting, so being able to follow along with other people at an easy pace is something that appeals to me! I'm sure anything you pick, I'll follow along :)

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  94. And I'm a happy new follower of your blog through GFC! :)

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  95. I am a happy follower now. Thanks for the fun.

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  96. Right now I'm doing a Quilt Square Quilt along with the blog: Jo's Country Junction. I'm doing all my quilt squares in civil war fabric. So your give away would be the best gift ever. I the warm colors of this fabric. Thank you

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  97. I'm waiting for my fabrics to arrive for the Groove QAL! I've never done curves!

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  98. Hi from France
    I love the farmer's wife sampler quilt and have already done some blocks.
    Thank you for your generosity.

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  99. I am going to follow your blog by getting it in my google reader.
    Hugs from the old continent

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  100. I am very interested in English Paper Piecing. Any Hand piecing I can do. I would love to find a site that had ideas for patterns for English Paper piecing. I mean I already know HOW to do it, but it seems there are not blogs out there putting blocks together and quilt tops. I don't so much like to hand quilt the tops, just hand piece them. LOL.

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  101. I am your happy e-mail follower (here in Italy) I really hope to be the lucky one!

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  102. I would love to do an apple core quilt with every piece a different fabric. Thanks for the chance on your wonderful giveaway!

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  103. Wow, what a lovely gift!!! There are a few schibbles patterns that I want to attempt to make. I've been so busy, that sewing doesn't get done very much.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  104. I've become a follower! Thanks for the chance on your wonderful giveaway!

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  105. I love your first 2012 finished quilt, don't know it's name but it's amazing!

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  106. You jumped in with both feet!!!!! I love working on the Just Takes 2 blocks QAL. It has been so much fun and I look forward to seeing yours.

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  107. I am a new follower here - enjoying the fun.

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  108. Oops! I love the churndash pattern. I am teacher too. MS. Health. This time of year is so hectic I do not know how you can manage a giveaway too!!!

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  109. I love anything Edyta Sitar as far as patterns.
    Love your give away!

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  110. I too am a follower... not a teacher, but a harrassed Mummy x
    My new quilting lush has to be Stargello (one day I will learn how to spell it!), It is stunning, the way it flows across the fabric ah, well its my thing to do... what to I follow on a daily basis and have done a 'quilt' along with? Liberated Quilting, Our own Michele who is hosting this hop is also a Lib Quilter, it is fabulous, and very user friendly, blocks don't have to be accurate, corners neat, edges in line... it is what you feel it is and OMG, the way each one of us has interpretted the 'serendipity' theme at the end has turned out a mass of difference in the same word!
    The little mini quilt that I made has been given to my closest friends daughter - Seren (now a favourite with her best dolly) x J x

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  111. I am going to work on a can quilt next. I also love appliqué. Thanks for the chance to
    Win!

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  112. Well I am fairly new to all this wonderful quilting so am at this point just following a lot of blogs as well as making a few baby quilts
    I would love to win this. My husband and son are both civil war re-enactors. My son is now a leader in the TN 154th unit and my husband is a chaplin for the same unit. I would love to make my son this quilt. He has a masters in history, specifically world war 1, a bachelors in civil war.
    quilting[dash]lady[at]comcast[dot]net

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  113. I am a new follower
    Have fun going back to school.
    quilting[dash]lady[at]comcast[dot]net

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  114. I'm pretty new to quilting, so I don't know any patterns off the top of my head. I love pinwheels thought. And Christmas quilts.

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  115. I just got a new pattern from May Chappel, I can't wait to make it!

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  116. I can't believe your giveaway!! This is absolutely amazing... I want to hug you!! Now all I have to do is win - hehehe! I am a new follower - yay!!!

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  117. I've never participated in a quilt-along and I'm thinking that it is about time I give it a go! Not sure what pattern would be fun... is an applique do-able?

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  118. I am already happy follower. Alessandra

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  119. Be still my heart!!! I am almost hyperventilating at the thought of winning this incredible prize!!!! It will be hard to function with my fingers and toes all crossed until September 3rd, but I guess I'll just have to manage! ;-) Thank you so much for the opportunity to have a chance to win! :-)

    A block that I've been seeing a lot of lately, and really want to give a try, is the Swoon block. It is just a beautiful block and can have SO many different appearances by switching the fabric values around! :-)

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  120. I am a follower. I look forward to seeing what you choose for your Quilt-a-Long-- they are always such fun! :-)

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  121. I am from NY and I have been thinking about the New York Beauty block -- very intimidating!

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  122. I pretty much get excited by whatever quilt I happen to be looking at! Right now it's you civil war quilt! Thanks you for offering such a wonderful giveaway prize!

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  123. Wow. I am so glad I am a new follower. What a wonderful giveaway. Thanks.

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  124. I am looking forward to making the pattern Summersville by Moda.

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  125. I'm a new follower! Under my real name though. Brenda Hulsey

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  126. Hello fellow Lori from Texas! I'm a new follower

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  127. I really like seeing all the Dresden plate patterns that are coming out.

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  128. I am a new follower by email. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  129. Wow oh wow oh wow what a great prize!!! I definately want to make that one. I also like Celtic Crystals, I saw it on Quiltersqtrs

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  130. I love all the patterns by Zen Chic (Brigitte Heitland), especially Jelly Belly Quilt.

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  132. I just got a Dresden plate ruler and am looking forward to trying it.

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  133. G'Day from Australia! You are so generous with this amazing giveaway! As an American, I have an interest in the Civil War Quilts and their history.

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  134. I'm a new blog follower.

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail. com

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  135. I am a new follower. I don't really keep up with new patterns coming out. I like the more traditional quilts. I have also seen some beautiful modern quilts, but usually turn to traditional when I get ready to make a new quilt. This is a great giveaway!

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  136. I love the Northern Lights pattern by Jaybird Quilts right now. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  137. I'm already a happy follower...thanks again for the chance!

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  138. I've never made a civil war quilt....this presents a great time to give one a shot. Thanks for the fabulous giveaway! Right now I am working on the vintage modern holiday quilt along. I have ornaments everywhere and I love it.

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  139. I'm a new follower. I found you through the blog hop and I am looking forward to your inspiring posts.

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  140. Thank you so much, I would love a make a civil war quilt, especially from a kit as I have a hard time picking fabric, there are so
    MAny to chose from.

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  141. I really am excited to make a bunch of appliqued quilts for my tabletop wire hanger. I have several patterns already, and want to make something for every holiday & season. I do like Civil War quilts, and you are very generous to offer this as a prize.

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  142. I'm keen to make a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt from my stash. Thanks for your generous giveaway.
    bandkgram at hotmail dot ca

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  143. New GFC follower named gibberish.
    bandkgram at hotmail dot ca

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  144. I've always wanted to make a civil war quilt, though I want to put a twist on it and make it using all batiks.

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  145. Ooh, what an awesome giveaway! Thanks! I'm doing the Fat Quarter Shop's BOM and absolutely loving it!! I'm also excited by the Christmas Block of the Fortnight I'm hosting and starting tomorrow ;)

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  146. I am really liking the stargazer quilt that came out using the Scamper fabric. Thank you so much for the giveaway, that isn't the normal sort of quilt I'd tackle as it's so complicated, but it's just beautiful!

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  147. Wow! What an amazing quilt! I am quite eclectic in my tastes, however I am exploring quirky designs at the moment (as well as geometrics!).

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  148. I am a follower. I love all of the Laundry Basket Quilts. I am just starting to look into the modern scrappy quilts as well. You have a wonderful prize. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  149. O´boy!!! What a give-away!! I love the block "Jacob´s Ladder" Some day I´ll make a quilt with just J-L blocks!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  150. I find my self torn between the modern quilts and the traditional historical quilts...A quiltalong utilizing elements of both would be Awesome!!!

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

    Hope that you have a wonderful school year with plenty of 'extra' time for quilting!!

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  151. Hi! I am new follower, and very excited about your site and give away. My favorite patterns are Civil War related, and Dear Jane type mini blocks. Oh, or new art quilt type patterns. Did you really want me to choose one?

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  152. I am starting to work on a cluck cluck sew pattern called spin cycle. I would love a quilt a long to get me motivated and to see how everyone else uses different colors/patterns

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