Monday, May 6, 2013

Its that time again -- It's Giveaway Day!!!!

I can't believe it's Giveaway Day already!!


 This is such a fun time and I love being a part of it - both playing and doing some giving of my own. And who doesn't love a giveaway!! I know I sure do :)
I have been hosting a low volume swap and have really loved all the low volume goodness. Round 2 will be in the near future as well ;) So I thought I would share the love and offer a Low Volume Fat Quarter Bundle. It's low volume in my opinion - there is a wide range on low volume depending on who you ask :) 

My bundle will include 4 FQ's.


Timber & Leaf Bird Flora Blue



Dear Stella Cleo Large Chevron Sand


Architextures Draft Paper Ivory


1001 Peeps Illuminate Light Blue



I'm making it easy to enter: Just be or become a follower and leave 
me a comment telling me your favorite quilting design :) International bloggers are welcome to join in on the fun as well. Giveaways end on Friday May 10th and I will randomly choose a winner through random.com on Saturday morning and announce it on Sunday. Make sure to check out all the great giveaways at Sew Mama Sew. Pop over to my other giveaway HERE!! I hope you all have fun and good luck!!

~January~










193 comments:

  1. I'm following via Bloglovin. I've sewn for a while, but I'm pretty new to quilting. I love the traditional log cabin pattern. It comes together fast and you can really use up some scraps on blocks.

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  2. My favourite is the feather design:)

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  3. I follow with the feeddler app. I like straight line quilting, but I really like the dogwood design and just this morning I was inspired by the inner lining of my coat! (By the way, hi January! :)

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  4. I don't do any fancy quilting (yet), but I really enjoy echo quilting generally -- I love when the piecing and the quilting work together to create a cohesive look.

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  5. I think feathers are one of the prettiest quilting designs, but I love doing free-motion swirls the best. They are very forgiving of errors and just generally fun to sew.

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  6. I like echo and straight line quilting! I wish I had more experience with fmq but practice makes perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. I follow on pulse. I just started quilting, so I don't really have a fav yet.
    Thanks
    Sarah
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  8. Oooh fab giveaway.
    I just love a stipple; so quick and easy to do and I love how a quilt washes when its been stippled.

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  9. I'm following on bloglovin. My quilts are all so different, I don't have a favorite!

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  10. awesome stack! Stipple and straight line and pebble and echo.

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  11. I follow you via email. My favorite quilting design is the woodgrain pattern. I can't do it, but I love it.

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  12. I follow via GFC and my favourite design has to be the dresden plate. Thank you for a lovely giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  13. Following by email. My favorite quilting pattern is Wood Grain with Knots from Free Motion Quilting with Angela Walters. I'm a newbie at FMQ & this design is very forgiving and easy to remember. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. I am following via BlogLovin and my favorite quilting design is rectanular stipple.

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  15. I haven't try quilting yet but they all look nice :)

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  16. Quilting or patchwork? Cos I like the dogwood quilting pattern and it's nice and easy once you get the hang of it too.

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  17. I'm following via Google Reader - my favorite quilting pattern is straight lines, but I want to try a faux bois! :)

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  18. I love your low volume stash! I love the simplicity of straight line quilting because of the impact it can give to a quilt. (I follow you via emails.)

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  19. I really love these prints! I am brand new to quilting, but the next project I'd like to try is a grandma's window quilt

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  20. I like all different designs, lately big loopy circles. these would be awesome to add to my stash

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  21. Love those fabrics! I follow you with Bloglovin'. my favourite quilting style right now is organic lines. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. I tend to use busy fabrics in bright colors so I keep the quilting low key, cross hatch and a little echo work to draw the eye in.

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  23. I am learning FMQ so i like trying to write words right now.

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  24. I'm a follower but...that's not an easy question! I'm loving a number of geometrically shaped patterns and prints recently though, so I'll go with that ;) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  25. I follow with bloglovin' I'm in love with the cathedral window :)

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  26. Thanks for the chance to win! I follow you in my RSS reader!

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  27. I'm a follower! I really like the Single Girl pattern.

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  28. Nice bundle! I love the look of modern traditional blocks... I am a followe

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  29. I am now a new follower through Bloglovin'. My favourite quilting is machine patchwork with needle turn applique in the negative spaces. Thanks for your generous giveaway.

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  30. I'm a follower! I love straight line quilting!

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  31. I have only done straight line quilting, walking foot width outside or inside of the pattern, sometimes both. I want to try more styles when I get up the nerve. Lovely fabrics, thanks for the chance to win!

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  32. I am a follower. I couldn't possibly choose one favorite quilt pattern. I always tend to the traditional, however. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  33. I am a new follower.I mostly needle turn.thank you for the chance.

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  34. Just followed you on Bloglovin. I'm a new quilter so I'm partial to stitch in the ditch and long wavy lines :)

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  35. These are wonderful! I follow you on BL! I don't really have a fav, I'm willing to try anything at least once!
    dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  36. Good old stippling! I already follow you with bloglovin.

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  37. I'm following through bloglovin. My favorite quilting design at the moment is concentric circles. Love the LV fabrics!

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  38. i follow via bloglovin. my favorite quilting design is straight lines. Thanks for the chance at this awesome prize of low volume fabrics!

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  39. I love the double wedding ring quilt. I have an old one my grandmother made in 1933. Falling to bits but I love it!

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  40. I love designing my own pattern, actually! Thank you for this give-away!!! I am a follower on google connect.
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  41. I am a follower, still on googlereader since bloglovin won't let me join without linking my fb account (grrrrrr).

    My favorite quilting design is organic straight lines. It looks good on anything, and you can't go wrong!

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  42. I am following you and my favorite design is anything Celtic. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  43. Quilting design:feathers. Need to make them!

    Follow u.

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  44. Ooh what a gorgeous little bundle, low volume is lovely! I'm following you on bloglovin :) I'm in the middle of my farmers wife quilt! It's long to make, but I'm really enjoying it. Happy spring!

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  45. I'm following on bloglovin' & my favorite quilting design are HSTs. There are so much possibilities with those guys.

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  46. I'm a follower with Bloglovin. I like to the look of simple straight line quilting.

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  47. I don't know if I have a favorite, but I really like pinwheels.

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  48. I follow you on GFC.
    My favourites are nine patches and HST because they're so versatile, you can make so many different patterns from them.

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  49. What a generous giveaway! I follow you through Blog Lovin'. I think my favorite block is the log cabin, though I do love HSTs, too.

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  50. I (still) follow trough google reader. I love the zig-zag pattern! Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  51. Thanks for the chance to win, I am a new follower via bloglovin. I really like herringbone blocks.

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  52. Great giveaway! I am a follower and I love the orange peel design!

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  53. Thanks for the giveaway... I'm not sure what you mean with quilting design ( I'm international ;-) )
    but for quilting I love pebbles and feathers, as for piecing, I love anything related to triangles :-)

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  54. Thanks for the chance to win.

    I love pebbling...I haven't tried it but I love the look of it!

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  55. I'm a new follower and my current favorite (that I can do) is wavy walking foot curves.

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  56. I'm a follower and I like straight line quilting.

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  57. I'm following you! Recently tried orange peel quilting on my scrappy trip around the world quilt and really enjoyed that! Usually I revert to a stipple, I love the texture of it :)

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  58. I love feathers. I am practicing them now. I am a new follower

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  59. Pinwheels are my favorite. By the way I love the columnar fabric. I'm an accountant so right up my alley!

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  60. HELLO! HAPPY TO FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN'!
    LOVE LOVE PINWHEELS! HAVE DIFFICULTY NOT USING THEM IN
    EVERY QUILT PROJECT! I MAKE BABY CHARITY QUILTS,SO I
    CAN 'PINWHEEL' ANYTIME I WANT! THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  61. I follow via Bloglovin as Michelle Mogilevsky Harrison and I like to do Pebbles and Stones for machine quilting. It is very zen.

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  62. GFC follower. I've actually never made a quilt. But I live in Ohio, so we will go with the Ohio Star. :)

    Thanks for the chance!

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  63. I follow via email. I am not sure what I am going to do next, inspiration hasn't hit yet

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  64. I already was a follower. I don't know about quilting patterns, sorry! I've just improvised some cushions.

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  65. Very pretty fabric. Dresdens are probably my favorite, kind of classic!

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  66. New follower. Lately I have become fascinated by The Farmer's Wife. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  67. I love a paisley design, such a nice contrast to all the straight line piecing. Cute giveaway!

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  68. I follow you! I just got a quilt block bible, so amazing! I'm really drawn to the kaliedescope blocks.

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  69. the versatile nine patch -- and each of those 9 9 patches can have a variation within it

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  70. I love the orange peel design --I think that's what it's called. :-) mcglen8 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  71. I really love the improve quilting!

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  72. I am following on bloglovin and my favorite quilting design is "Swoon" by Thimble Blossoms. Thank you.

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  73. I am a new follower, and right now I like all sorts of star designs.

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  74. Thanks for the giveaway! I love the look of pebble quilting, but have been too scared to try it yet.

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  75. That drafting fabric is dreamy. I follow via RSS.

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  76. I loooooove that architexture print!!!! I follow you on Bloglovin! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. I love that architexture design!! I like simple straight line quilting! I follow you on Bloglovin! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. I'm a new follower via bloglovin'. A low volume quilt is on my wish list to do. I've been slowly adding to my stash. They are so beautiful.

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  79. I love feathers I can't do them yet but I love them. I follow using feedly thanks for the chance

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  80. following... thanks for a great giveaway!

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  81. new blog follower - and I love modern quilting

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  82. I'm following with my rss reader. I honestly don't have a favorite quilt design. Lately I've been inspired by some of my mom's old dresden work. Thanks for the great giveaway! (Love how your X & + quilt is coming along...)

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  83. I'm not a great fan of very fancy quilting. I love Angela Walters style but my favourite quilting design is circles

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  84. Rachel at Stitched in colour has just uploaded a tutorial for a Chrysanthemum quilting patter that looks lovely and if I can master it Im sure it will become a firm fave :D I follow through bloglovin

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  85. Oh wow - all these FQ's are gorgeous! I absolutely love the graph paper pattern and the first thing that came to mind was making my hubby something - he lectures finance at the local uni :)

    Thank you for an amazing giveaway and the chance to wn. Following through GFC

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    1. Eek - forgot to mention my favourite quilting pattern. I'm not really a quilter, but can appreciate some quilting elements. I love doing a quilted strip on a bag. The biggest quilting pattern I'll tackle at this stage is prob a pillow - hahaha. The freeform / modern quilting styles is just stunning and I love the art wall hangings.

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  86. I like the lines of the log cabin block.
    thanks for the chance.

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  87. i love square loops... or evergreen feathers...

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  88. I love the Baptist Fan quilting design, it's such a beautiful effect. Thanks for the great giveaway, love the low volume fabrics.

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  89. I'm a happy follower via Bloglovin, thanks.

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  90. i follow via blog lovin and love any quilt design with flying geese!

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  91. I follow on GFC and I think Dresden plate is so pretty!

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  92. I really love the improve quilting!

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  93. I'm a happy follower via Bloglovin, thanks.

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  94. I follow you through blogger

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  96. I participated in a low volume swap and am working on my quilt now too. I love the quiet of the fabrics. I love scrappy blocks.

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  97. I'm a new follower via Bloglovin'!

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  98. My favourite quilting pattern right now are feathers...signed for a class on Craftsy with Angela Walters...awesome!

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  99. I'm following via Bloglovin. I don't know a lot about quilts, but I love anything that has a herringbone look to it.

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  100. I do not free motion quilt so I most often quilt in straight lines.

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  101. I'm already following you!
    I like straight line quilting!

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  102. I am a structure, tailored person and I need a theme/reason to create any quilt. Which makes it hard to create! But I LOVE that ledger fabric you have in the drawing. But my favorite block is Northern Star!

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  103. I am a follower and I love straight dense quilting.

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  104. I'm following on Feedly. Thanks for a great giveaway.
    Right now I am loving any quilt made with triangles!

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  105. I am still loving my supernova quilt from 2 years ago!

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  106. I do a lot of stippling, but I've been branching out into more geometric patterns. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  107. I am a follower and I like fmq or simple straight lines, I also love playing with hand quilting patterns. I adore you LV choices!

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  108. Follower just love to make quiltd

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  109. I've never quilted, but I actually like the really simple ones that are just squares. :)
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  110. I am a new follower. I like straight line quilting. Thanks for chance to win.

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  111. I am a follower on bloglovin! I really like the feather patterns.

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  112. I follow you on blog lovin... I like to quilt with flowers and loops or just plain old stippling. they are fast and easy :)

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  113. I am a new follower now… I like Dresden, haven't completed one yet.

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  114. I am following via GFC - such gorgeous fabrics!!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  115. Thank you for the chance to enter. I am a new follower via Bloglovin. I love dreseden plates & hexi's

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  116. I follow you through gfc. My favorite design is water.

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  117. I'm a follower :) I love the swoon block, I've not made any, but I think I might in the future!

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  118. I haven't tried on yet but i love the cathedral windows.

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  119. I like pinwheels and stars. Thanks.

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  120. I like Bijou Lovely's quilt pattern, it's really quick for last minute presents, and incredibly easy, but shows of large scale prints really well!

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  121. I am new to the quilting arena so I don't have a favorite design yet.

    I also follow via bloglovin

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  122. I'm a new follower and my favourite quilting design is currently feathers :)

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  123. I love anything with hst- easy and versatile!

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  124. Hey January, Mine is x plus blocks at the moment. Totally into low volume at the moment.

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  125. I follow with Bloglovin. My favourite quilting design is straight line.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  126. I'm a new follower, and my favourite quilting design is Baptist fans, though I haven't ever actually tried them (I'm a stippler :) )

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  127. new follower. :) I recently saw a tutorial on how to make a dresden plate, and kind of want to try it.

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  128. I follow you by email. I have been wanting to make a low volume quilt but always seem to pick up the bright colors. This would get me started. I really like the wonky stars right now.

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  129. My work is generally straight line quilting, but if i was a little more brave, i'd like to try writing words!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  130. In true Angela Walters fashion...I love feathers!

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  131. new follower! i love the wonky stars and a basic log cabin. thanks!

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  132. I'm a new follower via Bloglovin'. I'm a big fan of hexagons and straight line quilting.

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  133. I like modern designs with solid colors and interesting, asymetrical patterns

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  134. I am a follower and like a lot of different quilting designs from feathers to cross hatching.

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  135. Love your giveaway! Beautiful! I am a follower. Not sure what my favorite is since I think all quilting is wonderful!

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  136. Following and right now I am stuck on Judy Niemeyer designs...

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  137. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm a follower and I love stippling!

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  138. I'm following on Bloglovin' and I love the texture of pebble quilting!

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  139. Thank you for doing a giveaway.

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  140. My favorite design is Pinwheels. There is such a huge variety of them.

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  141. I am following. Love HST the best because of their versatility. Thanks! wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

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  142. Loving the fabric! Thanks for the giveaway. I'm a new follower by email...favorite quilting design...feathers.

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  143. I am a follower and am a fan of bee blocks, but in whole quilts I always seem to head to strips or squares. Thanks for the chance to win this low volume bounty :)

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  144. I follow via GFC and I love star blocks of all sorts and loopy quilting designs

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  145. I follow with GFC. My favorite quilting design is pebbles. :)

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  146. I'm a happy follower.
    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

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  147. I love PinWheels.
    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

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  148. I follow via email, i'm working up to a kaleidoscope quilt, they're so great to look at. Thanks for the chance :o)

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  149. I follow via Bloglines! I love simple quilt styles, like 9 patch!

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  150. favorite quilting design? I like a good stipple, or swirly, paisley design too!

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  151. I love simple, old timey quilts :)

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  152. I follow with Blog Lovin. My favorite is pebbles.

    likebumble(at)gmail(dot)com

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  153. Hi, I've just started following you on my reader. Hello. My favourite quilting so far has been the bubbles/circles but I'm just about to start straight line / echo quilting on a zig zag quilt and think I will love that too. Newbie :)

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  154. I follow you and I would really like to explore modern quilts.

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  155. I love the feather and circles.

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  156. Currently into good ol' Log Cabin, following w/bloglovin'.

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  157. emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com

    love me a funky log cabin.

    that draft pattern is looking pretty cool!

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  158. I don't have a specific favorite - I tend to steer towards star-shaped patterns

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  159. I think feathers and straight lines are my favourites. I am following via bloglovin. Thanks for offering these fun fabrics!

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  160. I'm a GFC-er. I've been wanting to make an improv scrappy quilt like those from the late 1800's or 1930's. I also like intricate and simple quilts. I like a lot :)

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  161. I'm a newbie to quilting and have only done straight lines up til now...maybe I'll pluck up the courage to do some free motion quilting..

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  162. Following via Bloglovin - and my favorite quilting design is tough, as I'm only getting to the quilting part of my first quilt.. so maybe I'll go with simple straight lines.

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