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Quilting Gallery blog hop giveaway week

It is time for another fun Quilting Gallery bloghop. The theme for this time is giving thanks, appropriate as we in the States celebrate Thanksgiving next week and start the Holiday Season. If you are a new visitor, Welcome to Fabrics & Flowers! We have a lot of great quilting projects here.

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This week, I am working on getting my modern double wedding ring quilted in time for the NY Modern Quilt Guild challenge on December 1. I am so excited to see all the fabulous quilts on display and innovative variations on this classic pattern.

I am also hosting a Quilt Along making the Midnight at the Oasis Quilt by Jen Kingwell. After doing the Marcelle Medallion last summer, I am kind of hooked on medallion quilts!

Blog Hop Party with Give-AwaysSo, for my giveaway, I have two fat quarter bundles, pictured above, for two lucky people to win. Both have five fat quarters of the same fun novelty prints. If you would like to win these, leave me a comment on this post.

As I mentioned, my two current projects are modern versions of classic quilt designs, which is my favorite style. Another classic on my to-do list is the pine burr….I absolutely love that block!

To be eligible to win, tell me, what is your favorite classic quilting design that is on your list to re-create?

To save on the crazy cost of shipping, the fabric giveaway is open to North America only. However, if you live elsewhere, tell me where you are and you may win a pdf copy of my pattern, Zen Garden. Check out my website, Color Girl Quilts, to see patterns now available, and there will be more soon….

Sharon

**due to the (really fun) amount of comments these giveaways generate, I won’t be able to answer everyone like I usually do. If you ask me a question or make a request, however, I will respond**

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147 thoughts on “Quilting Gallery blog hop giveaway week

  1. I want to do a grammas garden. I have started working on hexies for it but am far from done.

  2. Tamie says:

    I plan to do a variation of Lady of the Lake one day. Thank you for participating in the blog hop.

  3. Jan Baker says:

    I want to do my own version of the wedding ring quilt.

  4. well, right now I am quilting a Hunters Star block quilt with Bonnie & Camielle’s Vintage Modern fabric. It is turning out wonderful. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

  5. Rhonda D. says:

    I would like to do a modern version of a log cabin quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  6. KT says:

    I like the modern cabin and the disappearing nine patch

  7. What lovely fat quarters you are offering for the giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  8. Quilting design: swirls and circular designs.

  9. A grandmother’s flower garden quilt is one I like to imagine!

  10. I’d love to make a double wedding ring. I love your fabric choices! I can already see the beautiful baby quilt I would make with those whimsical kites!!

  11. Kat says:

    Flying geese patterns, like the Dutchman’s Puzzle. Thanks!!

  12. Carly says:

    Such cool fat quarters! I would love to make a Dresden plate anything – even just a pillow. 🙂

  13. Valerie says:

    First… I love your quilts, they are beautiful. I think that I would like to do a log cabin, for I have yet to make one. Thanks for this awesome opportunity and I am now following you on FB.

  14. Valerie says:

    I love the 3rd quilt on your picture above, do you have a pattern?

  15. Carrie P. says:

    thanks for the fun fabric giveaway. I would love to redo the log cabin using modern fabrics. I made one a long time ago and I think it is time to update the look of the quilt.

  16. Debra Lee says:

    I love modern takes on the Dresden plate!

  17. I am ready to make another modern log cabin quilt. So many beautiful interpretations of this pattern!

  18. Julie says:

    I would like to make a double wedding ring quilt or a Dresden plate quilt. They both seem too hard for me, though!!

  19. Peggy says:

    I don’t have a special classic design, but I recently made a log cabin baby quilt for my niece’s baby.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

  20. Tiffany says:

    I like log cabins, and want to make modern wonky ones for a runner for the bed!

  21. Cheryl says:

    My favorite is the wedding ring block – a classic and so beautiful.

  22. I’d really love to make a postage stamp quilt or at least a variation of it.

  23. AlidaP says:

    Lovely prizes, thanks for the chance to win!

  24. I have my eye on taking a simple nine patch and turning it into a modern classic using the Quick Curve Ruler by Jenny Pedigo. Her latest blog has beautiful pictures of one that I hope to use as inspiration.

  25. nicolesender says:

    I’ve wanted to try to make a Dresden plate quilt.

  26. Sarah J. says:

    I am really wanting to make an Amish broken star (exploding star as I think of it). Thanks!

  27. I just love anything with paper piecing. But I’m really wanting to get into applique!

    tgallop@mts.net
    http://www.willcookforshoes.ca

  28. Karrie S says:

    most of them! I want to do a dresden soon. SUPER cute fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win 🙂 -karrie ksmith8@emich.edu

  29. I have been admiring Sisters Choice blocks lately so would like to make a quilt using them in 2014. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway!

  30. I still have a double wedding ring on my bucket list. We’ll see…

  31. Beth says:

    I have been thinking of doing a bear paw in modern fabrics – those look perfect!

  32. Madeleine says:

    I want to try a dresden quilt on day.

  33. Susan Arnold says:

    Ah, I have a list! Log cabin, double wedding ring, dresden plate, new york beauty, etc

  34. Anya says:

    Dresden plate is on my list — thanks for the chance!

  35. Love your wedding ring! This was my grandmother’s favorite and mine. I want to do a modern version.

  36. Tina O. says:

    I love the log cabin block though I have yet to make one.

  37. A Nudge says:

    Me – I want to make a New York Beauty. As far as quilting pattern – that would be the Baptist Fan – I love how it looks on busy quilts. Thanks for the chance!

  38. Nancy says:

    I would like to recreate a two-color snail trail quilt.

  39. Beth Strand says:

    I’d love to do a Robbing Peer to Pay Paul quilt in red and white. Thanks, pbstrand@msn.com

  40. I am trying to find a really weird green from the 30s so I can make a Star Flower Quilt from Martingale. It has set in seams. I have never done these. ll_gee at hotmail dot com

  41. Connie Cain says:

    I think I would like to try a churn dash quilt, it looks simple enought for a newbie like me, but interesting enough to make a quilt.
    Thanks for the give-away and Happy Thanksgiving.
    craftyccain@gmail.com

  42. Abbigail says:

    I would love to recreate a double wedding ring by machine embroidery!

  43. Sunbonnet Sue…..she’s always on my list. Thanks for the great chance at some wonderful prizes.

  44. Cheryl says:

    I’m about to do a hexagon quilt using the half hexie templates! I love the look but don’t want to do all the hand sewing! mrscwatson81@hotmail.com

  45. kbo says:

    I hope one day to recreate a “Dear Jane ” quilt.

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