Thursday, September 8, 2011

Kansas Winter Charming Thursday

Welcome to another Christmas charm pack, Kansas Winter. A couple of years ago, we featured KT precuts in a couple of fun wintertime quilts. Snow Day starts with a Layer Cake, then easy piecing is embellished with raw edge snowflakes.



 A Chance of Flurries uses a Jelly Roll to create the pieced vertical strips with raw edge swirls of snow and blanket-stitched stars for a touch of Brrrrr. Any Christmas fabric would yield great results and now is the time to look for them at your favorite quilt shop. The winner of this week's charm pack will also receive both patterns. If you'd like them, too, we'll offer them both for $10 (a $16 retail value). Send me an email and we'll ship them out via Santa and Rudolph.



I hope you're all enjoying the Moda Country Fair Blog Hop. Loads of fun today with Barb & Mary of Me & My Sister.  I'm working on my free patterns and gathering loads of goodies for KT day on September 16th, so don't miss it!
Lynne

59 comments:

  1. I always look forward to seeing your Christmas line and often wish after I have brought some, I would have gotten more. Can't wait to see what free project you have designed!

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  2. Great fabric and patterns, even I could managethose ( I think LOL).
    I love Christmas fabrics and charmpacks. Thanks for a chance to win !

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  3. Another great line of fabric and great pattens to go along with it. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

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  4. Lovely patterns! Been having lots of fun with the Moda fair! But the pies in the faces today were the best!!

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  5. These are both cute patterns. Thanks once again for offering up the charm pack. You are very generous.

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  6. I would love to win! Thanks for the chance! Looking forward to seeing you at the fair!

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  7. Oh wow, these are just so cute. Thanks for offering copies of these adorable patterns.

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  8. You certainly have your work cut out for you. The sisters are so funny! janet

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  9. I'd love to win some fabric and the patterns to try it out with. It certainly wouldn't go to waste. Kathie L in Allentown

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  10. Love the Chance of Flurries pattern - wow!

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  11. After the heat of this summer I am ready for some winter fabrics and patterns. Would love to win.

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  12. I've always been a fan of snowflakes and these fabrics and patterns go so well with them! Thanks for the chance to win the patterns and charm pack. I'm enjoying the Moda Country Fair blog hop. Fun stuff.

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  13. Love Snowday. Would love to win the charm pack and the patterns! Thank you.
    Mary

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  14. Every one of your fabric lines is just wonderful. It has been fun taking this "look back" at them all. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. I just love your Christmas fabric!! Melissa S

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  16. Great looking patterns...I just received a KT Warm Memories Charm pack I ordered. Very Nice...can't wait to use it!

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  17. How refreshing to see your winter themed pattern while it's still so hot here! It makes me feel mentally cooler just looking at it! LOL

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  18. Both such lovely patterns! thanks!

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  19. SNOW DAY IS SO CHARMING!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!
    HAPPY QUILTING!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  20. Darling patterns and fabric! Love them and think even I could make them ~ lol
    Thanks so much!
    Can't wait to see what you come up with!

    Tanya

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  21. I know winter is coming-I saw a pick-up with a snowplow on its front yesterday! So not ready, but having a new quilt to work on will help! Love both patterns.

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  22. Those patterns are really lovely! :0)

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  23. How exciting! Both patterns are beautiful

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  24. Both patterns are very pretty-but my favorite is the second one. It's just gorgeous. Glad to get a peek at them on line. Thanks. ~Ann

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  25. I love the patterns. We don't get much snow in South Georgia but it's fun to imagine.

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  26. I love both patterns. Your style is my FAVORITE

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  27. Very cool patterns, Love the fabric!!! Maybe I'll win it because the 16th will be my 33rd wedding anniversary!!! What a perfect gift that would be!!!! Bev E

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  28. I live in the Midwest but I wish I liver further west closer to you! Can't wait for your turn at the fair!

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  29. Great fabric and pattern! Thanks for the chance!

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  30. Love both patterns,the fabric is just divine, the colors are very 'homely'

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  31. Beautiful fabric and great patterns!!!

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  32. These are great fabric and very Kool patterns. My computer must go into the shop for repair so hope to have it back for the 16th! May have to borrow time on my SIL's PC. Thanks for the charming Thurs.

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  33. The patterns are really nice and the fabric colors used are wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  34. those look like great patterns, thanks for a chance to win and have a grand week :) laurie

    llsbaskets@comcast.net

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  35. How exciting to have a chance to win great fabs and those patterns. A friend of mine in CO did that Snow Days last year and I really liked it.

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  36. Love those patterns and charm packs are great!! Thanks so much for the chance to win. :)

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  37. Both patterns are great and so are the fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Lois R.

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  38. I love Christmas fabrics and patterns. this addition runs behind my KT Quilts addition, but not by much.

    thanks so much for keeping my creativity peaked by sharing with us each week. I can't wait to get the puzzel flannel quilt. i'm sure i will have to make several or the fight will begin.

    thanks for all you do for us, Lynne.

    Brenda Anderson
    Edmond, OK

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  39. Beautiful patterns...am now ready to welcome winter!

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  40. Good Morning... another cloudy day here in Ohio. It has been that way all week. That is okay...cloudy days make for good sewing days. Last year while on our vacation to Colorado I purchased a sampler kit. It was called Rocky Mountain Sampler. It was done with all Kansas Troubles fabric. I have three sampler blocks to go and it will be ready for quilting! I have done many things in between including a quilt that I sent off to the NJ Sheltie Rescue for them to auction off to make money for the homeless Shelties they have rescued. Shelties are my breed, I have three. Two of them have there quilts the other top is made but not quilted yet. She is young she will get it soon enough.
    Thank you for all these chances to win your great fabric and patterns! I love both of the patterns you have chosen and your Christmas fabric is good all year long!
    Happy Quilting...
    Bless the USA this weekend... it will be a time for remembrances!
    Onalee Henderson
    Stow, ohio

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  41. I have a few of the Kansas Winter fabrics and have a 'someday' pattern in mind for them. I'd love a charm pack to round out my collection!

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  42. I love the patterns, especially the Snow Days. What a great prize! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  43. I love the stars in the "Chance of Flurries" quilt! Thanks for another chance to win!

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  44. Love those Kansas Troubles fabrics, and when they are Christmas KT fabrics, that makes them even more special. Keep those creative ideas flowing and "design more fabrics and patterns than us quilters can ever buy and sew up in our lifetime". Loved that quote from your trunk show in Cherokee.

    Betty

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  45. Lynne...
    I am new to your blog, but not your fabrics! Have loved them forever, and was thrilled when moda started making the charm-packs so it was possible to actually have a piece of everything without breaking the bank! I have tried to get some of each line, but may have missed one or two lines along the way.... I have just learned that I will be moving soon, and will have a whole new house to decorate using your designs as my starting points... Thanks for feeding my addiction so beautifully!

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  46. A Chance of Flurries looks like it would alot of fun. Hope I win!
    I just seen my sister's Cattail & Clover layer cake, sew sew pretty!

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  47. A Chance of Flurries is my favorite.

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  48. Love the Chance of Flurries quilt. I will be looking for your Christmas line of fabrics.

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  49. Always enjoy your eye-catching patterns and fabrics!! :-) ... Hopefully, Oklahoma and Kansas will have normal winters this year... I have tied the stems of the gourds from my DH's last year's garden with scraps from your Perennial fabric collection which definitely add to the Harvest and Halloween displays in the living and dining areas of our home. Thanks for another opportunity to win from your fabric and pattern collection. Can't wait till September 16!!! What fun!!!

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  50. Both patterns are great. I love your fabric lines!

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  51. Awesome as usual - we pray for Snow Days here in New York all winter long! Chance of Flurries? Pretty much every day from mid-November to the end of March! I love the names you've chosen for the quilts.

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  52. Great patterns and fabric too!

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  53. Can't wait to see your Moda post.

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  54. I can't wait to see what you come up with for the moda hop. I was just going through my stash and realized I had yardage of yours and decided it was too nice to use for this project, and enough to use for a full sized quilt. I really need to reorganize my fabrics again, lol.

    Debbie

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  55. Love your fabrics and patterns. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  56. I LOVE that Chance of Flurries pattern! How adorable! Thank you.

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  57. These are WONDERFUL!!! Thank you for the chance at the giveaway.
    -Cynthia

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  58. I'm looking for the pattern Crossing Mulberry Creek. When will it be on your website for sale?

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