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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. Diane says:

    I love princess feathers- anything appliqué, as usual for me! Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. Diane says:

    I love princess feathers- anything appliqué, as usual for me! Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. Tammy says:

    I would love to make a grandmothers garden hexi quilt one day. Thnks for the chance to enter your giveaway. You are being a busy bee these days…With all your ongoing projects.

  4. Sheryl says:

    I’d love to do a double wedding ring (or variation thereof) but want to build up a lot more skills before I even attempt it.

  5. Marisa says:

    Cute fabrics-thanks for the opportunity! I never tire of the log cabin and all its variations.
    mmckee at wi dot rr dot com

  6. Miss Alissa says:

    I too have been wanting to try a double wedding ring quilt. Maybe someday soon 🙂

  7. Vicki H says:

    A Grandmother’s Garden quilt is near the top of my list. Thanks for the chance.

  8. What a bright and fun quilt! I have no favorite classic design. If I see something that speaks to me at that moment, it becomes my favorite. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  9. Barbe says:

    i’m just starting to work on a Dash Churn

  10. I’ve always wanted to make a wedding ring quilt. Maybe one day! Thanks!

  11. Elizabeth says:

    Those hot air balloons- fabulous!
    I like the churn dash block, so something with that at some point.

  12. juceyj03 says:

    Churn Dash is one of my favorit quilt patterns. I have made 2 churn dash quilts but gifted both so I would love to make another for my family to keep at our house!
    Thanks for the chance, Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com
    FINGERS CROSSES 🙂

  13. Kim M says:

    What fun fabrics! I’d love to make a Drunkard’s Path quilt at some point!

  14. sophie says:

    I am working on feathered star blocks and plan to create a very traditional quilt from them.

  15. Ella says:

    I saw a double churn dash the other day. Totally want to make one of those.

  16. Monica says:

    I’ve already done two that were on my list…Ocean Waves and Double Wedding Ring. So I guess Winding Ways is my next classic.

  17. Mom C says:

    A Dresden Plate quilt is on my to do list. Someday. When I have lots of time and the prefect fabric. Thanks.

  18. Oh geez, the first one that came to mind is the Dresden Plate and then I click to leave a comment and what to I see, Mom C’s comment….oh well…she beat me to the comment but it’s still one of my favorites!

    Please feel free to stop by my blog as I’m participating in the giveaway too.

    Smiles,
    Kelly

  19. Ranger says:

    I love making flying geese especially when they fly wonky. I also like quilting feathers but need more practice. Thanks for the giveaway.

  20. Diane H says:

    I have a tumbler quilt on my to-do list. Your Zen Garden pattern looks like a fun quilt to make.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  21. SeeMaryQuilt says:

    I really want to do a Dresden Plate quilt. They’re so beautiful. Thanks for the chance!

  22. Rhonda D. says:

    I really want to do a modern Log Cabin. Thanks for the chance to win!

  23. Margaret says:

    I want to make a hexie quilt. Thanks for the chance to win

  24. Bonnie58 says:

    A double wedding ring is on my list to do as soon as my confidence level gets a bit higher. Thanks so much for sharing

  25. fenna says:

    I haven’t done much quilting–but I love the modern quilts that I see on blogs!

  26. Connie says:

    I love log cabin quilts and have made a couple but I want to make one with 1 inch strips. Great giveaway!

  27. Sarah says:

    I want to make a dresden quilt, thanks for the chance at some really cute fabrics 🙂

  28. Karen H says:

    A quilting design that really appeals to me is Baptist fans and I am eager to try it out on my domestic machine.

  29. Emily T says:

    Such pretty fabrics! Someday, I want to try a Mariner’s compass variation

    emily@thecaffeinatedquilter.com

  30. I plan on making a Lone Star quilt one of these years.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

  31. barb says:

    i hope to make a lone star quilt in the near future. Thank you so much for a wonderful giveaway. babscorbitt@gmail.com

  32. I want to make a fun dresdan. I just can’t seem to zero in on a design. Those are some pretty darn cute fabrics in your giveaway! Thanks for the chance.

  33. Linh says:

    Double wedding ring has been on my wish list. Thanks linhs4real@aol.com

  34. lisa cox says:

    I’d like to try a double wedding ring and a pickledish.

  35. Kathy H says:

    I would like to learn to make hexies and make a grandmother’s garden.

  36. Emily C says:

    I would love to make a double wedding ring quilt.

  37. Fiesta says:

    I would love to make a block called Hans all around but it has a lot of inset seams

  38. Lisa Marie says:

    I made a quilt once with a single Dresden Plate on it. Loved it, and now I want to do more.

  39. Kim says:

    Those fabrics are so fun and pretty. Someday I would love to make a drunkards path quilt.

  40. making a Dresden block Christmas quilt

  41. Allison C says:

    I want to make a hexi quilt with modern fabrics.

  42. I’d love to make a Drunkard’s Path quilt someday!

  43. Jessica says:

    I’m a new quilter. I don’t know much about it yet. I just made my first quilt, which I am currently trying to actually quilt now. I made a rail fence quilt. You can reach me at powersjlc at gmail dot com. Thanks for the chance to win these fun pieces of fabric.

  44. Joyce says:

    I have liked shoo fly for years. I also like snow ball.

  45. giddy99 says:

    I really, really want a couple of string quilts (one string stars, and one just strings) – but there are SO many on my “quilt bucket list!” 🙂

  46. Nell Griffin says:

    Would love to make a modern double wedding ring.

  47. Stuck between Ohio Star and Hexagons. Thanks. I am here for the party! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  48. I could make pinwheels all day and night! textilerecycler@yahoo.com

  49. Judy MacLeod says:

    I LOVE traditional, Log cabin, Dresden, Mariner’s Compass, and one of these days I’ll make a Double Wedding Ring.

  50. Double Irish chain. Thanks for the giveaway! I’ve added it to my weekly link up.

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