Monday, February 18, 2013

Moda Friendship Quilt Along

Hello! And welcome to the Moda Friendship Block Quilt Along! 
Today is my day, and I am so excited to tell you about it.

We are all sharing a 9" block, so each day you can collect 3 different blocks. If you are really ambitious you can stitch them as we go! By the end of the Quilt Along you could have all kinds of great projects to make with them or sash them together to make a sampler quilt. 

So gather your quilting friends, your mats and cutters and get excited to collect them all!

My block is made with our new happy-go-lucky fabric line. So quick and easy to piece!



As you can see, mine is still in progress because I chose to hand stitch my block.  I love to have a hand stitching project going all the time and thought it might be fun to stitch it in red to make the stitches really pop. Please don't judge my stitches, I really do hand stitch just for fun.

The pattern for stitching my block can be found here

Some fun ideas for using the block as a Friendship gift might be to frame it...
 (what a nice keepsake for your children or grandchildren - and of course you could sign it)

...make a sewing bag out of your block like these...



and make sure you fill it with some quilting goodies.

You could make it into a rice bag like this for one of your quilting friends that stitches late into the night and needs something to soothe those tight, sore shoulders... 


  ...or you could even make it into a table trivet like this.


It's always fun to give a handmade gift.  In fact, check the shop often because these patterns and others will be on sale for $5.00 scattered throughout the Friendship Quilt Along. The sale will feature items that would make great handmade gifts.

If you need some fat quarters to sprinkle into your Friendship Blocks, I have a limited amount of four different bundles in the shop as well. They are a mix of prints from some of our fabric lines.



You can also check out this video of some of the other talented Moda designers and what they did with their blocks.

And, of course, we have some fabric to give a way!
  

Make a comment telling me which pattern is your favorite from my new 
 
 and you might be the winner of a Marmalade layer cake and a charm pack! 
We will have 2 winners - thanks to Moda for being so generous.  

There might also be a couple of other surprise give a ways for some of you, if you are extra happy and lucky... cheesy, I know, but I couldn't resist.


Be sure to stop by and visit all the Moda designers as we each share our Friendship Blocks.  And we would love for you to share your finished blocks on the Moda Friendship Quilt Along flicker page, so hop on over and add them so we can see what you have created.

Happy stitching!
Your quilting friend,
Bonnie


602 comments:

  1. I love ALL your patterns - but if I am forced to choose - I would pick Carousel Ride as my favorite for Happy Go Lucky :)

    caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

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  2. #919 Sew Easy Bags is my favorite patterns along with the fabric of so beautiful fabric!

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  3. I love you new fabric line and my favorite new pattern is Topsy Turvy. Thanks for the cute block too.

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  4. I just love the Flutter one! Hmmm...very hard choice, though! pbstrand@msn.com

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  5. I love All A Flutter. And I adore your block!!

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  6. I love Twirl! I don't think I could make that one until I have a lot more experience but it's gorgeous.

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  7. I am a big fan of all your patterns but do really like the All A Flutter with the Happy-Go-Lucky fabric!

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  8. My favourite is sew easy bags! Would be great for gifts! Lovely block! Thanks so much and it would be awesome to win some of your beautiful fabrics!

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  9. my favoarite is the Bundle Up Baby Boy, I love the hexagons!

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  10. My favorite pattern is -sew easy bags-! You can never have enough bags!

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  11. Pick a favorite? Theyt are all so fun!! I think I would have to choose twirl, it's just such a "Happy Go Lucky" pattern. :) Although, I really need a new ironing board cover. Love your friendship block!! Thank you

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  12. My favorite pattern is All A Flutter! Thanks and greetings from germany, Hildy
    hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

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  13. You have lots of really great patterns, but my favorite is All A Flutter. It would make such a pretty quilt! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  14. I've been interested in making bags soI would pick "Sew Easy Bags" Thanks for the block pattern

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  15. Love your table trivets design. Anything with stars, spools and baskets just grab me. I think these would make great Christmas and hostess gifts. Thanks so much!

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  16. Wow you have so many beautiful pattern, so its very hard to decide :-). I like the pinwheel posies very much. Greetings from Munich/Germany Annette

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  17. I'm loving this fabric line. My favourite pattern would have to be Bundle up Baby Boy especially as I'm really looking forward to trying out the new honeycombs and my little man needs a nice new quilt.

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  18. Wow! I am new to your blog and new to the Moda Friendship Quilt Along, Such beautiful patterns. So many beautiful patterns. I must admit, I am eyeing the patchwork ironing board cover. That would be so nice to have something so pretty on my ironing board. Love all the color and creativity. Thanks.

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  19. You have loads of great patterns! the only 'happy go lucky pattern I can see is the oven mitts! I also love 'ziggy petals' and 'carousel ride'
    Thank you for a great giveaway!

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  20. Love how the red thread just pops on that white!!! Love your Star Blossoms pattern. Thanks

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  21. Love the ironing board cover pattern. I would be happy to iron on such a cover but would need to be lucky not to scorch it.

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  22. Stars! I love anything with stars. Loving your new line. Can't wait to see it in person. Thanks!

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  23. I love your new line! I think my favorite of your new patterns is Topsy Turvy.

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  25. Wow! What great fabric & patterns . . . kind of like chocolate . . . it's hard to pick just one :o) I do love Carousel Ride as my favorite pattern for the Happy Go Lucky fabric! You can bet I would be 'happy & lucky' if I won :o) Love the hand stitching on your block! Thanks for the free pattern too! Happy stitching everyone,

    Laura
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  26. I love the Topsy Turvy pattern most, with the patchwork ironing board cover coming in a close second. I've got Happy-Go-Lucky on my birthday wish list and even set the fabric bundle picture on the screen of my hubby's iPad as a huge hint! ;) I can't wait!

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  27. I like the orange pot holder. It reminds me of an orange peel.

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  28. Love your block it looks great,cant wait to make it.My favorite pattern is All A Flatter.

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  29. I love the topsy turvy pattern! Great block btw! Looks like a fun sew!

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  30. I love Ziggy Petals - the name is fun and makes me smile and think of Spring!

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  31. It took me a while because I like many of your new patterns, but I chose Cotton Way Candy #952. Something about the curves is calling out "Make me!". Also one of the few really terrific patterns I've seen for Charm Packs. Thanks for the chance at all the giveaways!

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  32. So many patterns...so little time! I think my fav would be Fresh Apple Tart though! Beautiful patterns, the choice was hard. :-)

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  33. Love your fabric and my favorite pattern is the Sew Easy Bags. Thank you so much for the chance in your giveaway. Hugs

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  34. love the idea of making bag out of the block (I have some UFO´s for that) but All A Flutter #954 pattern was the first to catch my eyes but I do like many of your patterns and thanks for the giveaway ;O)

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  35. I really do like this HappyGoLucky line! Your Flutter quilt pattern is a perfect showcase.

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  36. All a Flutter is my favorite!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  37. Hi Bonnie,
    Baby girl bundle up is my favorite but I think I would love anything made with Happy go Lucky!!! Love your new line.

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  38. Topsy Turvy is my favorite. (I love your block AND your hand stitching!)

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  39. Oh, what fun! Thanks for the exciting activity in the Moda Friendship quilt along, just love it! It is a great way to brighten anyone's day with fun fabrics with different designers especially with all the snow outside on this cold February day! I love your Slice of Charm! In your Happy Go Lucky patterns, I love the oven mitts especially the churn dash pattern ones. What a great way to incorporate our quilt love into our daily activities! Off to work I go thinking about my fun blocks to quilt tonight!

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  40. The sew easy bags would be a pattern to have although I think your Rice Bags are a Nifty and useful item for me.Thanks for the block it is awesome especially in your fabric line.

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  41. Sew Easy Bags pattern is right up my ally!

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  42. I love stars blocks so anything with it .These would make a wonderful quilt.Thanks you!!

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  43. Love the sew easy bag. My daughter is going to get married this year, I've been looking for a simple cosmetic bag pattern to make her 7 bridesmaids a gift for. Thank you.
    Gale Kohler

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  44. Hard to choose... I like the Sew Easy Bags. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  45. This fabric line is so cute. It is really hard to pick a favorite pattern but the Pinwheel Posies pattern is adorable! I also like those Sew Easy bags. Love the red hand stitching on your block...thanks for sharing!

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  46. Hi, I love the fabric you selected to make your block, beautiful colors and your block is so cute. This is so much fun, I have never participated in a friendship quilt and I am totally enjoying it! I love your baby girl and baby boy quilts, I am going to be a grandma for the 2nd time in August, so excited! Thanks for taking the time to post the quilt block, really enjoyed seeing it.

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  47. I like the Table Trivets. Great way to work your fabric colors into your decor. And you can never have too many hot pads.

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  48. to be honest, i love all of your bags, the sew easy bags are really cute though, would be a great gift for a fellow crafter. thanks bonnie! have a great day!

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  49. My favorite Happy-go-lucky pattern is Oven Mitts. They are so cute & cheery!

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  50. I have to admit, I'm a fan of "Cotton Way". How fun it'd be to make the "Sew Easy Bags" with the "Ironing Board Cover" patterns (two of my many Cotton Way favorites). And, I REALLY do need a new ironing board cover - ASAP. LOL

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  51. I love Topsy Turvy and I absolutely cannot wait until Happy-go-Lucky comes out!

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  52. I love the Table Trivets. One can never have enough trivets!

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  53. Well it's a tie Bonnie! I have to say that All a Flutter is a favourite and Bundle Up Baby Boy is too.

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  54. I love the ironing board cover. So sweet!

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  55. Definitely All a Flutter! Beautiful fabric and patterns. Thanks so much for the chance!

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  56. All the patterns look really fun. I like All a Flutter a lot and I think Basket of Marmalade would look really fun and cherry in this fabric line.

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  57. I really like the oven mitts. They would make wonderful gifts. I love your fabrics as they are so colorful and cheery.

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  58. Ooh, love your new line! And as to the patterns, I don't want to pick a favorite - can I pick 10? No? Ok, let's say Topsy Turvy for starters. Thanks for the opportunity and the great fabrics - I'm working on 2 quilts right now using your lines!

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  59. The rice bags look interesting. I could certainly put them to good use. Your fabric lines are so cheerful.
    Grandma Rita

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  60. I love all of your patterns, but my favorite would have to be All a Flutter

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  61. Such a hard choice (because I really love the ironing board cover), but I most go with a quilt pattern as my fave - All A Flutter!! Thanks for sharing your wonderful block and for the chance to win a beautiful stack of your fabric!!

    I would certainly be happy if I were the lucky winner!!!

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  63. Oh I absolutely LOVE the All a Flutter pattern! So so cute! :D I also love the ironing board cover. I need a new one so bad! Thanks for the giveaway! Oh, and I love the friendship block!

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  64. In terms of things I need to make and soon, I would say the ironing board cover and oven mitts! Especially love the ironing board cover, to bring some sunshine and cheer to an otherwise b-o-r-i-n-g job!

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  65. All A Flutter is my favorite. Beautiful!

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  66. You have shared a lot of great projects to use with your friendship block. Can't wait to start quilting now. I really like the Christmas Stars PDF Patten #937. That would be a great Quilt for someone special. Thank you for the wonderful Marmalade layer cake/charm pack giveaway.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit@sbcglobal.net

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  67. I must say I've never seen your site before which is why I love these kind of quilt alongs. Now that I've gone to your pattern site I love the All A Flutter pattern, it really pops! Thanks for the chance to win and love your block.

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  68. Love this line with the blue - so striking. All a flutter brings it out well. Thanks for the block and a chance to win.

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  69. Love the rice bags! I love the bundle up baby boy pattern.

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  70. I love the sew easy bags. So many to choose from, I would not know which one to make first.

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  71. All of them are wonderful, but the Sew Easy Bags caught my eye!

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  72. I really like the ironing board cover. As much as I am ironing, might as well use some of your colorful fabric and make the ironing board a fun place to be!

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  73. Are you kidding choosing just one. All your fabrics are so colorful and fun. Choose one for me and I'll have fun. I'm loving the Blog Hop too. Sew inspiring!

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  74. Hello Bonnie,
    What a talent you and Camille have.
    I would have to say that all a flutter would look lovely with those prints. Would love to win. Thanks
    Shelly from PEI Canada

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  75. My favorite is your Sew Easy Bags - so cute!! Also like your ironing board cover and....!!!!

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  76. It is so hard to choose just one pattern but I will have to go with All A Flutter, it is just darling and would be perfect in happy-go-lucky. Love the navy fabrics in happy-go-lucky. Your friendship block is sweet.

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  77. Your hand stitched friendship block is so sweet, and I love all your patterns, but Topsy Turvy looks like it would be such fun to make. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  78. The Hot/Cold Rice bag is fantastic - my sister has degenerative rheumatoid arthritis and this will be perfect for her! thanks for sharing the great block.

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  79. No way I could possibly choose, they are all soo cute :>)

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  80. I just love the happy-go-lucky fabric. My favorite pattern right now is the Sew Easy bags..

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  81. The fabric is great! I'm partial to the "All a Flutter" pattern.

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  82. The Sew Easy Bags for sure! Love it!

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  83. I love all of them! I like Topsy Turvy, it seems very doable for me and I love All a Flutter too, I need a new ironing board cover too......oh wait pick one? I already bought Topsy Turvy so I will go with that!

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  84. Bundle Up Baby Girl is #1 and I couldn't choose just one so #2 is the Rice Bag Pattern. LOVE LOVE LOVE the new fabric line but I'm still hoarding some Ruby, Shhhhh don't tell. ;-> Toni Anne

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  85. All a Flutter is my favorite. Thanks for the cute block pattern and the fun giveaway! I can't wait to get some Happy-Go-Lucky!!!

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  86. I think the 'All a Flutter' pattern is very pretty. But so are all of the rest. So hard to pick just one! Thanks for sharing.

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  87. I love the patchwork ironing board cover! Cute block.

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  88. Hi Bonnie, I am such a fan of all your fabrics lines. I'll be glad when Happy go Lucky is out ! I love the All a Flutter pattern. Winning some more Marmalade would be fantastic. I made a quilt out of it for the Dare to Dresden hop I call Butter and Marmalade. Thanks for having a giveaway.

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  89. I love all your patterns - it's so hard to choose just one. But my favorites are the table trivets and the oven mitts. And your hand stitching with red thread is terrific. Rose W.

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  90. CindyFebruary 19, 2013 at 4:36 AM
    I have to admit, I'm a fan of "Cotton Way". How fun it'd be to make the "Sew Easy Bags" with the "Ironing Board Cover" patterns (two of my many Cotton Way favorites). And, I REALLY do need a new ironing board cover - ASAP. LOL
    I stole your quote sew cindy Aka my mom because I completely agree.

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  91. I think I like that bag pattern and the rice filled heating pads. I need a new one

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  92. Love All A Flutter!!! Thanks for the opportunity, love your work!!!

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  93. Like your sew easy bag always need a bag to transport notions

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  94. I have made several of the sew easy bags. They are so much fun to embellish!

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  95. My fav is All a Flutter, reminds me of an antique pattern. All the accessories are great, too, the oven mitts, bags, ironing board cover. I'm always looking for the next great quilt pattern, though so the quilt takes the top prize for me. Love your collections.

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  96. the topsy turvy pattern is adorable! But my ironing board cover is in pretty sad shape, too.

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  97. Love your pattern Basket of Marmelade!

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  98. I would love to make All A Flutter! Thank you for a lovely block and for hosting this give away.

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  99. "Carousel Ride" is my favorite of the new ones -- hard to choose, though! I love your new fabric line!

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  100. Well, I don't know if I can pick a favorite! Yikes! I love them all! But as I am looking for some fun ideas for birthday gifts for girlfriends, I am thinking the potholders or trivets or even the ironing board cover would be great for that! And I would love to give the All A Flutter a try! What beautiful patterns! Have a super day!

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  101. I love all your patterns, but All a Flutter is my favourite! Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  102. I like the Baskets of Marmalade! All of your patterns are just beautiful!

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  103. I am a massive fan of your fabrics, the newest line is just gorgeous.

    I wasn't sure if just some of your patterns are Happy-Go-Lucky, but my favourite from the page you linked to is Orange Marmelade

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  104. I love Bundle Up Baby Boy! I have a baby boy and finding cute fabrics to make quilts for him can be challenging. I love the blues and greens from this line and can't wait to make him some more quilts!

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  105. I think the Sew Easy bags are my favorite!

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  106. Topsy Turvy is my favorite! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  107. Love the new happy-go-lucky fabric! (Can I win that?!) I think my favorite pattern is the All A Flutter. Trina

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  108. I just bought me some of the fat quarters from your shop. I am so excited to play with them. I love them. My fav new quilt pattern is the Topsy Turvy. It looks so fun.

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  109. I love Sew Easy Bags. Your fabric is si fun and cheerful. It makes me smile. Laurie in Utah

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  110. I really love that ironing board quilted cover pattern. Very nice. Thanks for the chance to enter your giveaway. Your fabrics are beautiful. Just discovered you via the hop but plan to start following you now.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  111. I'm loving the Table Trivets patterns so much. Simple- but yet oh so cute! I can't wait to get my Designer BOM started.

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  112. I like the sew easy bags as my favorite one of your new ones. BUt I also really love that Sherbet Stars that you designed awhile ago. Jane

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  113. I love the rice bag! Esp. in this cold weather--sounds perfect!
    Connie

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  114. I love the Sew Easy Bags. The fabric is so pretty. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

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  115. I love the Twist and Shout pattern because of the combination of strips and blocks! Great blog hop! Thank you for the chance to win some of the BEST fabrics! I love them!

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  116. So hard to pick just one, that's like asking which child is your favorite.
    I do love Topsy Turvy.

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  117. I love them all. But I'd have to pick the ironing board cover.

    kade

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  118. I think the red stitching on your block is charming. I like the effect it gives.

    As for your patterns, I like the table trivets. I think they would make great gifts in, say, Happy Go Lucky fabric!

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  119. All A Flutter is my new favorite--so very pretty!

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  120. I love All A Flutter as well. I love how it looks with your new line of fabric!

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  121. So many great patterns :) All a flutter is my favorite!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  122. I would pick All A Flutter! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  123. I like the Orange Marmalade pattern--it reminds me of Cathedral Windows!

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  124. Just love your fabric lines. I was struck by the Sew Easy bag patterns. I have some ideas for those swirling around in my head now. Even if I do not win, I do consider myself very happy and lucky.

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  125. I'm loving the bundle up baby girl pattern but I'm biased because I'm due in may with my first little girl! :) lol

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  126. I can't lie.. I am a sucker for a good oven mitt pattern. I have never made them, but I have all the patterns I will ever need when I do! :)


    ambs101 [at] hotmail [dot] com

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  127. I love the All A Flutter pattern, it's awesome! Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  128. What could make a gal more happy and even more lucky than having a gazillion bags, one for anything that you need to carry along and what a sweet way to do it than in one of these cute bags so..my favorite is the Sew Easy Bag pattern. The new fabric line makes them so happy to look at too. Would love to be the lucky winner.
    Sheila

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  129. Your fabric is so cheerful. I love it.I especially like the Bundle Up Baby Girl pattern. I would be beyond happy if I could win your fabric. Thanks for the quilt block pattern. It really showcases your new fabric.

    Susan McAuliffe

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  130. Love the Table Trivets pattern - especially the basket (my favorite!) Your new line is so cheery and bright! Thanks for sharing your block and a chance to win fabric.

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  131. All the patterns are great so it's a hard choice but I'll pick the Table Trivets. Great gift idea!

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  132. I love All A Flutter the best!

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  133. I love the Cotton Way sewing bag pattern. I adore your quilt block pattern, very lovely. Teresa N.

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  134. It really is difficult to choose. But I'd say Star Blossoms, if I had to choose. Lovely!

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  135. I wasn't sure if you wanted to know which of the patterns I like best from this blog or from the new Happy-Go-Lucky patterns. From previous blog post, I would say the All A Flutter. My 3-year-old squealed with delight when she saw it. From this post, the Table Trivets. I think my 9-year-old might enjoy using it to make some gifts for grandmothers and aunts.

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  136. i love the ironing board cover...thinking that i need a new one!!

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  137. I love the twirl pattern. The navy is perfect. So cute and lots of motion!

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  138. All a flutter is gorgeous!!! Thanks so much for the opportunity. :-)

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  139. I love your block! Colors and all! I really like your sewing bag suvh a cute gift idea! I also really like your ironing board cover especially the one you made for your daughter. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  140. love your block. Can't wait to do one myself.

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  141. I love the pattern for Sew Easy Bags. I am so excited to see the red and aqua prints as that is what my daughter-in law- has chosen for my little granddaughter's room. I see a new quilt in her future.

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  142. I love your block! So cute. My favorite of your new patterns is All a Flutter. But, my all time favorite is Star Blossoms! It just speaks to me.

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  143. Oh, how pretty---your block and fabric brought out the sunshine on a gloomy, rainy morning! I love the little sewing bag--it would make a great little present to go in the "day of" bags for my daughter's bridesmaids!

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  144. What a cute block! And the fabric is beautiful. I think The Carousel Ride is an awesome pattern. Love it!

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  145. I would be All A Flutter is I won some of your scrumptious Marmalade! It's my favorite Happy-Go-Lucky fabric pattern too.

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  146. I love the new ironing board covers! (and I can't wait for the new hexes to come out!)

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  147. I like all the patterns but I think my favorite is the little bags.
    Susan G.

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  148. I LOVE this fabric, and I LOVE All A Flutter!! Another addition to my to do list!

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  149. I really love the oven mitts--they would look so chic in my kitchen! Love your block, too, and thanks for highlighting hand-stitching which is my passion.

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  150. All of them are cute designs, but right now I'd pick Bundle Up Baby - Boy, for my new grandson!!

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  151. I think all your new patterns are cute, but if I had to pick a favorite, it would be the rice bags one!

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  152. I love the Bundle up Baby Girl pattern. I have a little girl and I love all girly flowery things such a sweet pattern.

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  153. Not sure if all the patterns you linked to are the Happy Go Lucky line ? ... but my very favorite is Star Blossoms.
    Thanks for the block and the chance to win! Happy Tuesday !!

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  154. I love the baskets of marmalade quilt! I've been looking at baskets patterns to make a quilt for my sister's birthday next year!
    I love the marmalade fabric too!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  155. I love the ironing board pattern in Happy-Go-Lucky. Thanks for the chance.
    sdjg@pacbell.net

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  156. Since I've been into making bags these last few months of 2013, I'm going to FAV the 'Sew Easy Bags'. I can see bags from any and all of the Fabric Bundles. Thanks for the block pattern and for the opportunity to win fabric. This is my first visit to your site, and I enjoyed it sew much.
    Sue
    collectintexas@gmail.com

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  157. I'd love to make the ironing board cover. Can't wait for happy-go-lucky to come out!

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  158. Love your block, the hand stitching is so sweet as well. All a flutter would be my favorite of your new patterns !!!

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  159. I think your sew easy bags are just precious! Can't wait to get some of your new fabric... it is always so happy and I look forward to each new line. Great job as usual!!!!!

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  160. It is so hard to choose just one... getting a new grandbaby so the Bundle Up Baby Girl & Boy patterns are my current favorites, but I love the Sew Easy Bags, my kids call me the "Bag Lady"... I have so many fun bags, but as I tell them "there is always room for one more". The Blog Hop is so much fun. Thanks for adding your fantastic block to the mix.

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  161. Your fabrics are terrific. All a Flutter is my favorite too.
    Liz

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  162. I love "all a flutter" and I absolutely adore your new line, "Happy Go Lucky"!!

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  163. The oven mitt pattern is my favorite...I love to cook and since the kitchen is where my family and I spend a lot of time together it's more fun if we're surrounded by pretty, cheerful things.

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  164. Carousel Ride is my favorite pattern right now. Love the new fabrics.

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  165. I can't decide between the oven mitts or the ironing board cover! Both are great ways to make something practical into something special... Would love to win the fabric goodies!

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  166. I like all the patterns on your website!!! The twister one is my fav but I don't think it's a Happy Go Lucky pattern.
    Just great designs!!!!

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  167. OMGosh!!! I LOVE 'Baskets of Marmalade' pattern!!! So pretty and fresh! Thanks for the chance to win your lovely little bundle!
    Paulette

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  168. Topsy Turvy is my favorite. Happy Go Lucky looks great! I can't wait for it to be available to purchase.

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  169. All a Flutter - so creative! Love the fabric you and Camille create!

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  170. My favorite new pattern is So Easy Bags. I love bags and totes of any type.

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  171. Oh my, how can you choose just one. I really like all the patterns - the baby boy pattern, but the one on your blog page that doesn't have a name (that I could find) but it is under the stack of fat quarters. Great job and so happy!!!

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  172. I really like All A Flutter, looking forward to getting some Happy Go Lucky too.

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  173. My favorite pattern from this set is All a Flutter--love it! I hope I'm happy and lucky!!!!

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  174. I love Abundantly Blessed! It would be great in Happy Go Lucky. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  175. I love the ironing board cover the best. Time for one that is fun instead of plain old industrial fabric.

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  176. All a flutter is my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  177. Bundle Up boy in honor of my newest grandson coming in August! Love the fabric too! Thanks!

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  178. I just loved those Happy Go Lucky Oven Mitts! Who wouldn't spend all kinds of time in the kitchen if you could use those darling mitts to pull your food out of the oven!!!! Thank you so much for the chance at the giveaway! :)

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  179. LUV the ironing board cover! Thanks for a chance at a fantastic giveaway ... love the Marmalade line!

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  180. I like the new sewing bags. One can never have too many bags! Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway!

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  181. I like the sewing bags...very cute. Love your block too :)

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  182. I'm sweet on the ironing board cover. I've been meaning to make a new one for a couple of years ... Maybe now I'll actually get to it :) Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  183. Hi!! I love your block!!! Very pretty and cheerful!!! I love the sew easy bags pattern!!! Looks like fun!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  184. I love the ironing board cover--so fun--mine is in dire need of a replacement!

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  185. I love your block. My favorite pattern is the ironing board cover...but i could also make any of them up. Can't wait for the new line.

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  186. I love love love the ironing board cover!!! your block is great thanks for sharing!!!!

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  187. I think the sewing bags are my favorite...and I love the turquoise sewing machine to match the fabrics!

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  188. Topsy Turvy (love the name) is a favorite. thanks for a chance to win!

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  189. HI! LOVE THIS BLOCK! MY FAVORITE PATTERN IS "ALL A FLUTTER"!
    THANKS SO FOR YOUR NEAT BLOG+BEAUTIFUL GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  190. Maybe the rice bag. That looks like fun to make and give.

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  191. Topsy Turvy has caught my eye and I'm loving your new fabric line! That dash of navy goes so beautifully with the gorgeous palette you always have in your fabrics. Dreamy!

    Thanks so much for sharing a fun block to make and giving my sewing/fabric wish list some new additions... ;o)

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  192. Okay, I have a confession, I have a thing for Hexagons, I keep making them! I am loving your your Bundle Up Baby Boy Pattern, so adorable, My little boy would be so happy if I made something for him, I think he is getting tired of me making everything for his sister. thanks for the giveaway.

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  193. I love the hot/cold rice bags.
    lflemin@msn.com

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