Monday, December 5, 2011

Moda Designer Blog Hop

It's a cold, damp Monday here in Kansas. A perfect day to stay home with a hot cup of tea and cruise over to my fellow Moda designer's blogs. Hop on over to Minick and Simpson, Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill, Barb Groves of Me & My Sister and Deb Strain of Saltbox Studio today to kick off the 5-day Moda Designer Blog Hop. There's a block pattern and recipe at each website to download - free - as our little holiday gift to you. I'm sure there will be a few other surprises along the way, too.

Join me back here tomorrow for a chance to win something Sandhill Plums. And stay tuned for the BIG WINNER revealed on Friday of more than 1300 charm squares (see previous posts).
Happy Blog Hopping!

66 comments:

  1. Stay dry....damp here today too. Good day for sewing :) Looking forward to Dec 8!!!

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  2. visited the hop on Moda today! got two of the patterns... did not see one for everyone! Will check back tomorrow!

    Onalee
    Stow, Ohio
    hawk612@aol.com

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  3. STAY WARM INSIDE!
    WILL VISIT THE MODA HOP!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

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  4. Here in Canada it's a dull, rainy day too.
    Great day to visit all my favorite quilting sites.
    Have a good one!

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  5. I've been calling those charm squares to come up north to me. I'm just waiting to see if they will call back!!!
    Conny from Red Deer, Alberta

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  6. thanks for letting us know about the blog hop! i hope the sun comes out for you all too!!

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  7. Thanks, Lynne. Off to visit those blogs right now. Stay warm! Sandy. :)

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  8. Thanks for the blog hop info. I hope we get some of your rain here in AL tomorrow

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  9. This is a great blog hop. See you tomorrow.

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  10. Lynne,What a great first day! I visited everyone and now have patterns for some wonderful blocks and recipes for some great treats! Thanks so much!

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  11. I love blog hops!~ So much talent. Thanks!

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  12. Thanks again y'all! What a delight and a gift y'all are! Again, be blessed! Merry Christmas!

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  13. Visited the other blogs today. Cannot wait for your's tomorrow!

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  14. cold and windy here in SW Missouri too. It was a great day to design my next table runner with KT fabrics!

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  15. Chilly and mostly dry here in MN. A few stray snowflakes is all. Tea sounds wonderful.

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  16. Lynne,

    My computer is messing up badly. It lockes up when I go to those sites. Hope it gets better tomorrow.

    Leslie Nickels

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  17. So many great ideas and so little time! I'm looking forward to seeing all the ideas and dreaming!

    Linda

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  18. I am so looking forward to quilting on Christmas break. THEN it can rain/sleet/snow all it wants!

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  19. Running out of time for making Christmas gifts but with a pile of beautiful charm squares, next year's gifts will be easy to make.

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  20. Hi Lynne
    Just got back from visiting the other designers.
    Thanks, that was alot of fun. Wow what some great food recipes and block recipes. It would be pretty awesome to see all of the quilt blocks from each of the designers blog hop in one quilt. OMG Perfect Use those KT Charm Squares from the GREAT GIVEAWAY. It is really CCCold up here. Good cup of hot chocolate and over to the sewing room. Take care. D at dihauck@ndsupernet.com

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  21. Hi Lynne, going to check out the different shops and see what I can see! Sounds like a lot of ideas and good recipes. Yum Yum. Thanks again, Patty D. from Crystal City, MO 63019

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  22. I love your collections and your fabric! I am a traditional fabric quilter and always love your fabric collections. They fit right in my stash.

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  23. Your the best, keep up the good work for all your primitive style fans.

    Debbie
    Among Friends

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  24. Keep up the great work! Look forward to the pattern!

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  25. Maybe I could win this "present" for me! Love your way of changing up the traditional piecing! Merry Christmas! Laura J.B.

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  26. I think I would snuggle up with a nice cup or two of hot chocolate and under a warm quilt.. and then I would stitch some more of my circles I need to make for my next quilt.. I only need like 566 of them.

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  27. We are finally getting cooler temps this week, so good time to snuggle up and work on new projects and follow the hop.

    Debbie

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  28. Wisconsin is cloudy and rather dull at the moment. The huge charm assortment would sure help make Wisconsin more cheerful. It would really make my Dec. 7 birthday extra special if on Friday the charms were heading this direction. Happy Holidays and I will keep my fingers crossed for the special treat to be on it way to me.

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  29. It's so cold here. I'm trying to muster up courage to go out there and do a little shopping later.

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  30. 18 degrees oh my. In Napa it is one of the coldest days and it is 36. brrr

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  31. So excited to see new things and learn about new designers (well I'm new to quilting so its new to me)... First Blog hop this should be fun!

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  32. Love the blog hop! So much creativity! It's inspiring. Thank you!

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  33. It's cold in Iowa too, brrrr! Stay warm..

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  34. I'm in California... but in the mountains... so it's pretty nippy here too, but not as cold as where you are! Brrr. Thanks for a chance to win some wonderful charm squares!

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  35. We had snow here in Arkansas yesterday, but thankfully it melted as fast as it came down. Up here in the mountains it is hard going when there is snow on the road, so most of us don't really wish for it! Personally, if it could snow only on the weekend and be gone by going-to-work time on Monday morning (with a small window for church on Sunday) it would be fine with me!
    Thanks for your blog, it is so interesting!

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  36. I love the richness of all your fabrics. Thanks for joining the blog hop. Patty

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  37. Your charms giveaway is awesome. I was unable to comment on the original post , hopefully this one will allow me to qualify.

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  38. Those charm squares would be fabulous. What a grand time using them...Thanks

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  39. It is cold , in the 20's in OK. The charms would warm me up quickly! Sarah in OK

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  40. WOW! That's alot of charms! Or I call that Kansas Trouble Heaven! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  41. Love this designer blog hop! Thank you for participating!

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  42. Can't wait to see the block pattern when you get warmed up!

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  43. Great ideas here. Thanks for inviting me.

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  44. I can so totally relate to not wanting to go out in the cold! I love that fabric, hope the generator picks me LOL

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  45. I enjoy reading your blog and looking at your great fabrics!

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  46. Looking forward to your recipe and block!

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  47. Love the blog hops for ideas, new fabrics and now recipes.

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  48. It is all most time. MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone!

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  49. Love the blog hop. thanks for the chance to win

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  50. I hope this is the correct post. A blog hop right as this time of year is a great idea! Thanks. Merry Christmas!

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  51. I just love blog hops and am so glad you are part of it! Thanks for the giveaways!

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  52. Love blog hops I find new to me all the time great blogs to follow. thanks for the giveaway

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  53. What an amazing amount of squares. Since I just love KT fabric, I could do any number of things with the square. (Pick me, Pick me)

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  54. So I spent a wonderful amount of time dreaming of all the things I can do...if I could just win!

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  55. Raining here. Might get some snow tomorrow. Thanks

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  56. I love your block and recipe...oh I guess just as much as I love blog hops...Happy holidays...and thank you

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  57. Happy Holidays! Loving the blog hop! Thank you for participating!

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  58. Love your blog and enjoy the blog hops.
    Sunny here in Mo.

    Linda

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  59. Enjoying the blog hop. It's fun to see a relaxed side of you designers.

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  60. Thanks for sharing! Happy Holidays!

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  61. 1300 Charm squares?! What's not to like?

    Brenda

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  62. So enjoying the blog hop. Love your fabric. dorthac@aol.com

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  63. Great blog. I just found it.

    Theresa W

    foleywestrup(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  64. Oh, I would be so excited to win the 1300 charm squares!

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