Saturday, November 21, 2015

Giveaway Winner

Happy Friday!

Congratulations Carol, from Texas, who won a box of scraps.  Please send me your home address and I'll ship them out this week.

Chris offered to pass some along if she won, so I'm sending her a package of scraps too!

Thanks for your input on the binding issue, I'm gratified to know it's not just me. I had many anonymous commenters and some several non-reply bloggers.  This is how they make me feel~
I send a quick note to everyone who comments, so if you didn't get an email it is because YOU are a non-reply blogger.  You can fix that by going here to Lori's great post on identifying and fixing that.

Yay!  Friday I caught up on my Stars in a Time Warp.  I'm so glad that I did this sew along.  I've learned so much about fabric styles and it's been fun to be part of a big sew along.

Provincial Print - I couldn't help including the French Rooster conversation print.
 Sprigged Muslin two ways
 Coral Print with a little nautical anchor shirting.
 Early Roller Print with another sprigged muslin.

I found this wonderful photo of large fan quilting recently.   This is a quilt I'd love to make!
Happy Thanksgiving to all my US readers!
It's pretty much all things Christmas around here and I'll be doing some Chritmassy posts soon!

19 comments:

  1. I,too, want to make a churn dash quilt. It looks really great with fans!

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  2. Great stars - love the rooster conversation print! I'm so glad you convinced me to go the 4" route - we are going to have some wonderful quilts. I will be watching with interest if you start making churn dash blocks - it would be a fun quilt along! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  3. Lovely stars. You aren't wasting any time getting going on the Christmas holidays! Woop! Woop! Hopefully I'll be starting next weekend.

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  4. Congratulations to the winners !
    I definitively love your pretty stars !! :)
    I wish you a nice weekend !!
    Xoxo

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  5. Barbara B's stars have been a great way to look at our repros with a better historical eye. Your stars are lovely in their tinier size. Christmas is coming early to my house too, but in the mean time have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  6. The stars are perfect, your stash was made for that sew along! I want to make that churn dash quilt too! Looking forward to your Christmas posts. :)

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  7. Love your star blocks and that fun rooster print! Sometimes, I spend way too much time keeping up with blogs. But, there are the ones ,like yours, that keep me so inspired! Would love to quilt a Baptists fan pattern- perhaps someday! Thanks, Barb, and Happy Thanksgiving. :)

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  8. Your stars are gorgeous! Lovin' those prints.:)

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  9. Love the stars. How do you mark your fan quilting? It is one of my favourite patterns.

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  10. Congratulations to the winner! I love seeing your stars. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

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  11. Thanks for having the giveaway of scraps!! I agree that your stash is made for these stars. I need a quilt with baptist fans quilting. It is an older design, so I tend to forget it---but has such a great design quality---makes you want to curl up with the quilt.

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  12. Good job keeping up on your stars.
    I look forward to your Christmas posts!

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  13. Oh yay! I LOVE scraps! Scrap quilts are my absolute favorite ! Nice churn dash with Baptist fans - sometimes simple is best. Hoping that you and yours have a Happy Thanksgiving !

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  14. Love your stars, especially your rooster print- it's perfect! I hope to get my star block update posted today. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  15. Congratulations to the winner, someone else's scraps are so inviting!
    I love your stars and think they will make a wonderful quilt.
    I agree about the no reply commenters. So many times I want to respond but there is no way to figure out who they are!

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  16. Your stars look great! I really like the Early Roller Print :) Lovely Churn Dash quilt, too. Would be a fun one to make. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  17. Your stars are stellar! I really LOVE that Provincial red print. Yum!

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  18. Haha -- I laughed as I scrolled through your comments and saw the question about how you mark your fan quilts -- with your templates, of course! I have a churn dash with fan quilting that I love and I'm hoarding your giant template to someday make another one! Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving!!!

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  19. Love the way you repeated the types of fabric in each star as you showed us. I too, have learned a vast amount with this series. Have probably read it all before but this time in small does much more stuck in my memory

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