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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. supersara20 says:

    I’d love to finish my 6″ sawtooth block quilt.

  2. Kathy Boice says:

    I would like to make a Grandmother’s Garden quilt one day. My Grandmother made some of them for family. LOve your quilts! Thanks for the chance to win some great fabrics! midwayfarms@hughes.net

  3. Ali says:

    Wow that’s quite a take on the wedding ring quilt…I’d love to do a traditional double wedding ring quilt, even though I usually don’t go traditional at all!

  4. Tami C says:

    The first quilt I ever had was a Log Cabin quilt that was made by my mother-in-law. I want to make one myself some day. I also want to make a Double Irish Chain. I love many of the classic quilt blocks and tend to only make them. Thanks for the chance to win!

  5. Nikita says:

    adorable fabrics! I would love to try the double wedding ring as well as a cathedral window quilt.

  6. Cathedral window has been on my to do list for years.

  7. I love the Churn Dash and Jacobs Ladder – traditional but classic and perfect!! I have a NOrth American address. Wonderful quilt – very striking!

  8. I am starting an EPP project in January

  9. Sewing Mom says:

    I would love to win this, thank you!

  10. Marnie says:

    I would love to do a hand wool appliqued quilt for my bed.
    Thanks for sharing your site.

  11. JoyceLM says:

    Feathered Star is on my list – thanks for the chance to win.

  12. Tina A says:

    I would love to make a Dresden Plate quilt soon.
    Thanks for the chance!

  13. Grandmothers flower garden is my all time favorite. Someday I will make one.

  14. Vivian says:

    I have always wanted to do a sampler quilt.

  15. cathedral windows as ornaments, pincushions or bookmarks:) dfnanney@gmail.com

  16. Sallie says:

    A pine burr quilt.

  17. Hi there,

    Thanks for the chance to win some fabric. Always a good day for that.
    I would love to redesign a modern quilt using the fans we always see. Would be interesting indeed.

    ruthq@rogers.com

  18. Kathryn says:

    One day I intent to make a Pineapple Log Cabin. I love the great designs you can get with this one block.

  19. The Dresden Plate! 🙂

  20. Tanya says:

    I am still a beginner, so simple things like log cabins. Thanks for chance to win.

  21. Susan says:

    The log cabin block is still my favorite as there is so much you can do with it.

  22. Log Cabin in Christmas fabric.

  23. Linda says:

    HELLO, WANT TO DO A DRESDEN PLATE SOON!
    NOW WORKING ON CHRISTMAS PLACE MATS!
    THANKS FOR SHARING A NEAT GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

  24. Lee says:

    I would love to try and make a Dresden quilt! thanks!

  25. legato1958 says:

    I would love to make a mini dresden plate a Eleanor Burns pattern that I just got

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

  26. Cathy says:

    I want to make an album quilt. I love applique and piecing. Thanks for the great giveaway. Hugs

  27. Tiffany says:

    What fun fabrics! I’m thinking I need to make a modern Sunbonnet Sue quilt someday.

  28. My favorite pattern is anything stars. I also love applique and traditional Dresden. thanks for the great giveaways. The fat quarters are so fun lovin.

  29. Definitely stippling – I don’t even have to think to do it. 🙂 blessings, marlene

  30. I would really like to try working on a giant log cabin… I’m in Italy!

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  32. Needled Mom says:

    I have always wanted to do the Pickle Dish pattern. I love all of those points.

  33. PK Sews says:

    Ohh, your work is gorgeous. I’m so glad I discovered your blog on this hop. I love curves, so my favorite block design is drunkard’s path.

  34. I too am hoping to get my DWR quilted in time for the deadline. I think my favourite traditional blocks are anything with stars.
    Barb@Witsend

  35. Christine S says:

    Churn Dash is on my list!

  36. I´m planning to do douple wedding ring :))

  37. Heather says:

    I would love to do a Dresden plate in some fun modern fabrics.

  38. Laura says:

    I love the churn dash and I would love to make a dresden quilt some day!

  39. Stephanie says:

    I love the Ohio star and yes I would like to recreate it! thanks

  40. Barb in Mi says:

    Yes, a Double Wedding Ring is on my bucket list – and for quilting designs: feathers! They intimidate me… Thanks so much – I love checking in on your Oasis QA.

  41. Lisa Cox says:

    There are so many classic designs that I would love to try, but, having limited skills right now, I would be scared of messing up all that gorgeous fabric.
    I really love the Mariner’s Compass.

  42. Thanks for the opportunity. I want to make a flying geese quilt.

  43. andsewon says:

    I love simple patchwork. Though I am thinking I would like to do a Carolina Lily one day. These fabrics would be so cute for some grand baby projects.
    Lola

  44. A “Double Wedding Ring” quilt has been on my list to make since I started to quilt as a child. It keeps moving up the list as my skills have improved. Now I must make the time and do it. Thank you for this opportunity to win and for exploring more of the wonderful quilting world.

  45. I guess I would try Dresden plates6 never done before! Thanks!

  46. Rose Sabey says:

    I would like to tackle the Irish Chain…maybe someday! Thanks for the chance to win. rosesabey@yahoo.com

  47. dcargill says:

    I love log cabin & would love to make some variation of it someday.

  48. Nanbon44 says:

    I can not say I have a favorite, I just love them all and always get excited on the one I currently have in the works..

  49. jmniffer says:

    I want to do a churn dash block quilt. Just need to find the right fabrics and the time…thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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