Sunday, March 7, 2010

March Giveaway

Congratualtions, again, to Cindy - our February winner of 6 Mini Table Treats patterns. She shared a few pics with me of her KT fabric stash and some quilts she has made with it. Thanks, Cindy! It's fun for me to see what quilters are doing with my stuff.

Now for March giveaway. I'm up to my ears in Christmas right now, getting the Wrapped in Paisley patterns finished and ready to print. Then Robert takes over with the printing and shipping. The March giveaway is for the Wrapped in Paisley project booklet with 3 Christmas themed quilts - a lap quilt, table topper and runner. Can't seem to get the picture to come up for now, but I'll work on it when I get back in a couple of days.

I'm off to KC for a couple of guild meetings - Monday morning in Lee's Summit, MO and evening in Bue Springs, MO. Then it's Grandparents Day at my 5-yr-old granddaughter's (Aleece) school - we have a date for lunch. Can't wait to see what's on the menu. It's been a while since I've eaten school lunches.

Later, Lynne

98 comments:

  1. I'm jealous of Cindy...I don't even have a KT stash...yet! Love your giveaways! Someday I might actually win won! :0)

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  2. Can't wait to see what you have in store for the March give away :)

    SheilaC

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  3. Oh I love Christmas projects! I'll keep my fingers-crossed this month. LOL I love Cindy's block and she has a great stash of KT! :-) Have a fun lunch!~

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  4. Oh how fun, Christmas projects! Thanks for such a fun giveaway :-)

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  5. I look forward to seeing the projects and fabric, I love paisleys. Have a wonderful and safe trip.

    Debbie

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  6. Would love to win the patterns, I know I have enough KT in my stash to make several quilts.
    Kim

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  7. Thank you for your kindness, Lynne. I just ordered some KT for my stash cupboard. Not to worry, hubby will be gone when the additional KT arrives...LOL

    LOL, love that you're going to eat lunch with your grandchild. I do that occasionally and love it......no, necessarily the food ...I mean being with our grandchild...LOL

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  8. Have fun! Wish our guild would have you come talk to us.....would love to win. Thank you.

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  9. I'm just about done cutting the pieces for the Fiddlesticks pattern. I'm using Wildflower Serenade and can't wait to start stitching. It would be awesome if I won this month's giveaway!

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  10. I would love to be included if you are willing to post overseas. We dont get much in the way of patterns so would love to win!

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  11. Christmas stuff - Yay! Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  12. What a wonderful giveaway!

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  13. Yay! Someone else who's dealing with Christmas in March! What a fun giveaway!

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  14. Loved your trunk show at Lee's Summit Quilters Guild. It was fantastic!

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  15. wow, great, it is never too early to think about Christmas, thanks for a chance.

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  16. It seems too early to think about Christmas, but I agree that I need to get some projects finished early so I'm not doing the mad dash in December!!

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  17. I'm the kind of gal who needs to be thinking about Christmas now! I'd love a chance at those patterns!

    lissie.loo@gmail.com

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  18. I would like a chance at your give away. Love Kansas Troubles.

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  19. I always make the season's projects when the season comes, which means of course that it is not done by the end of the season. I need to turn my schedule around. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I don't think you're missing much by not having school lunches often, but the opportunity to eat with your granddaughter? That's priceless! I'm enjoying your giveaways . . . well, I'm enjoying the chance; perhaps I'll be able to really *enjoy* the March giveaway! LOL! :)

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  21. I saw the Wrapped in Paisley fabric last week - lovely & warm. Looking forward to seeing the patterns.

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  22. I would like a chance at your giveaway, I have not made a Christmas quilt as yet, so this would be a chance maybe!!?? :)

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  23. I am so jealous you are going to be in KC! I am stuck on the other side of Missouri instead.

    I love the wrapped in paisley fabric last I can't wait to get some so I can start creating.

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  24. So nice to meet you at the Lees Summit Guild on Monday. Loved seeing the new projects. Hope you enjoyed being in KC. Carla

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  25. Wahoo! I heart Christmas :)

    Thanks for the chance!

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  26. With snow still on the ground here in Iowa it's the perfect time to think of Christmas. With plenty of time to get it pieced and quilted before the season arrives.

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  27. I just finished making a table runner with the butterfly line. I can't wait to see the wrapped in paisley fabric and your Christmas patterns.

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  28. What a nice giveaway! New patterns are always great! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  29. Awesome giveaway !! I would love to win this one. My schnibble of the month for March is being done in your fabric and I am very please with how it is turning out !

    Trish www.quiltalesandcattails.com

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  30. Thanks for the giveaway... hope spring is coming where you are.

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  31. great giveaway - count me in please!!

    gill

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  32. Christmas? Did you say Christmas? Sure, let's start thinking about the holidays. This year, I'll be ahead of the game:-)

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  33. I have become a follower. Wow! I have had kansas troubles fabric in my stash for 3 years and keep adding. Love the colours. I'm glad I stumbled on your blog.
    I'm a grandmother of 10 and a mother of 4.
    drop by if you get a chance. I'm having a giveaway.

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  34. I LOVE Christmas! Hope I get something so that I can start on projects for this year!

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  35. I can't wait to see Wrapped in Paisley! I am in love with Butterfly Garden and that is going to be my purchase at the Maine Quilt Show this summer. I can never chose between fabrics, so end up buying layer cakes so I can have a little of each....then buy yardage for borders and sashings when I decide what I am using them for. Kansas Troubles are addicting...what more can I say!!! Keep them coming.

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  36. Thanks for the chance. Love your fabrics. I am making my jelly roll sampler with Autumn Journey ( yes I have had it for a couple of years) and recently bought the set of Vine Creek fat quarters just waiting for the right project.

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  37. Please include me in your drawing. Thanks!

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  38. I would love to win the Christmas projects. They would be simply fabulous! After all, you know, Christmas is right around the corner! Thank you so much!

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  39. The Lee's Summit Quilters' Guild enjoyed your trunk show and biography. It is always fun to touch the quilts and fabrics. You are welcome to our Guild anytime you are in town!

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  40. My birthday is in March...what a great birthday present this would be. I just purchased a FQ bundle of Butterfly Garden....I LOVE it!

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  41. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway. If win during March, just might have a Christmas project done before Christmas.

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  42. How fun!!! Forget Christmas in July, March is better!

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  43. Just found your wonderful blog. How fun. KT for me too, please!!

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  44. Always love to see what is coming out from KT. LOVE your stuff. Can't wait to see the patterns. I need to hunt Butterfly garden now.

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  45. Gracias por la oportunidad de su regalo, ojala tengas NingĂșn problema por envios al extranjero.

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  46. Would love to win the patterns. I don't have near the KT stash Cindy does, but I'm working on it!

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  47. Christmas is fun to work on year round!

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  48. PLease enter me in your drawing. Will be back to check out what the Paisley Project Book 3 patterns are. Jane

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  49. Thank you so much for doing this giveaway! Only kind people do giveaways!

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  50. I would love a new project and always a christmas one.

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  51. Hi,

    I would love to be entered in the giveaway!

    Thanks so much. :-)

    Cynthia
    Windy Meadow
    cyn_stitches@yahoo.com

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  52. Great pattern. Please enter me in your give away!

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  53. first time here. sign me up please...I really need to start holiday gifts now; I never seem to finish anything on time....

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  54. Thanks for the wonderful give away. Please enter me.
    Shomestead@aol.com

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  55. Love Christmas. Thanks for having a giveaway. Add me to your list.

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  56. How fun to win something Christmasy!! Thanks for the chance.

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  57. I love that table runner! What fun that would be! Great time of year to do a Christmas project giveaway. I need several months!

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  58. How can you go wrong with paisley? Like I need more fabric! However, there's always room for your fabrics.

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  59. please count me in your giveaway drawing!

    gill

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  60. Looks like a great book. Would love to read it.Always looking for Christmas ideas to make.

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  61. Starting in april I could finish a project for Xmas! Love to have a chance.

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  62. I am SO hoping to get a jump on my Christmas projects early this year. Thanks for the contest!!

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  63. Christmas?? I would love some Christmas. Might even get it done this year before Christmas. Thanks
    luverlie@gmail.com

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  64. Hi Lynne,

    Yes, I would love to be entered in your March giveaway! Especially since I love Christmas designs.

    Cynthia
    Windy Meadow
    cyn_stitches@yahoo.com

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  65. Thanks for having such a nice giveaway. Count me in please? Thank you.

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  66. My am currently looking for a great Christmas pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

    (Okay - I don't think my last comment took cause I clicked away just as the crazy box where you have to type in the wierd word popped up. So I am entering again. Sorry...)

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  67. Such fun patterns, Christmas is always a wonderful inspiration. Thanks for asking!

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  68. would love to send the summer working on a christmas project!! i need to start early this year!

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  69. just started thinking about christmas and what would be a nice family project for me to do for all of them. this just might get the juices going and help me out. thanks for the giveaway

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  70. love your fabrics, I made a quilt with your kansas winter fabrics. I loved that line. It's called "Elves enjoying a Kansas winter".
    can't wait to see this years winter/holiday line.

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  71. Can never have enough Christmas projects

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  72. Love your patterns and your fabrics! Thanks for having a giveaway. :)

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  73. Please enter me in the March giveaway. Wrapped in Paisley looks like fun.

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  74. I love any holiday projects. I just don't seem to get them done before the holiday. I should be starting Christmas now.

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  75. Love everything Christmas! This year I'm working on mostly christmas themed projects. Last December was just a terrible winter and I worked late everyday with the snow (being a mail carrier) that I hardly decorated so I made up my mind to work on Christmas projects this year to make up for it. I'm having so much fun just hope I don't get sick of Christmas before this December.

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  76. I've just been quilting for 2 years and when I discovered the world of really 'fine' fabrics, I started picking up a little here and there as I could. Funny thing happend too...as I go through the meager stash I have, I find it is overwhelmingly KT fabrics. But still, I really need to build up my stash. I'm thinking if I won the patterns, wouldn't that constitute a valid requirement to absolutely, positively, unquestionably have to get more KT??? I think so!!! A wonderful giveaway, thanks for a chance to have these treasures and GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE!!!

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  77. Please enter me in your KT giveaway. Thank you. mlwright29 at hotmail dot com

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  78. Please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity to win and good luck to everyone who's entered. Hugs Naomi

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  79. What a busy life you lead. I'm envious.

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  80. I just chance upon your blog tonight while hopping. Paisley love! Thanks for the chance to win. I'm bookmarking you right now!!

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  81. Nothing better than to get started on holiday projects early. Please, enter me in your giveaway.
    Sandy
    cha16946san@epix.net

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  82. I'm so happy to have found a new blog to visit! I have to start Christmas now to so it will be quilted in time to give as gifts! Oh, how I dream of owning a long-arm, lol! Maybe someday. Until then I'll just enjoy the piecing and sewing! Cindy

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  83. Count me in for the giveaway!

    pitterputterstitch.blogspot.com

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  84. Starting Christmas projects is something I need to do if I intend to have them done by then. Kathie L

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  85. What a nice give away! Your patterns and fabric is so charming. I always gravitate to them.

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  86. Thanks for doing this, love giveaways!

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  87. Another great giveaway...count me in!

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  88. I'm pretty delinquint when it comes to seasonal decorations - this giveaway could put me on the right track. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  89. Love your fabrics and patterns! Please enter me inyour draw!

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  90. Oh yes, please enter me! Your fabric collections are always my favorite from Moda!
    Thanks! :)

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  91. I love all your collections especially Christmas. Please enter me in your generous drawing.

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  92. I was just introduced to your blog and am enjoying seeing your beautiful designs and fabrics. I attended college in Lindsborg, Kansas (just a bit south of your location) where I pieced my first quilt way back in the 70's.
    Your Wrapped in Paisley projects look fun.

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  93. I am loving Kansas Trouble fabrics, maybe it is because my great great grandparents immigrated from England to Marysville, KS back in 1866. I have some of my great grandmothers quilts which she made from Kansas City Star patterns! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  94. Christmas fun already what fun!!! Maybe I should get started now so I can get more done. Love your blog.

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  95. I would love to be entered into your giveaway. You can see all my KT quilts on the KTQAddicts yahoo group site under Julie. Or on picturetrail.com/juliesaville

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