Saturday, October 20, 2012

Busy, busy, busy

First of all, congratulations to picketsews - you're the winner of the brand-new-nobody-else-will-have-it-for-months-Pheasant Hill charm pack. To everyone else, don't despair, there will be more opportunities to win strips, precuts and patterns for this collection throughout the winter, so keep checking in.

The week evaporated right before my eyes. Lois and I have been sewing like mad women to piece quilts to send to Lori Kukuk, machine quilter extraordinaire - at the last minute - before market. She's shipping the last one back next day air to hit the studio Monday - then binding, pictures and a brochure before leaving for Houston on Wed.  Whew! This weekend will be spent putting a few finishing touches on props and projects, assembling displays, making backdrops, and cleaning out my car (there was a minor sweet/sour sauce mishap last weekend in the back seat). Then I still need to figure out what to wear!

Here's a first look at the charm pattern for Pheasant Hill. Still need a name - by Monday - any suggestions?

I still have the Harvest Moon scrap strip bundle and charm/mini charm packs from the Moda Blog Hop. No one has claimed those prizes, so let's try again. Submit a name for this quilt and win! Thanks for your help.

103 comments:

  1. Autumn reville. Such a pretty little quilt.

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  2. Through the Lattice
    It's a very pretty design.

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  3. Garden Trellis...or...Garden Trellis on the Hill. Have a great wonderful market and safe trip to Houston!!

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  4. Autumn Hedgerow :-)
    Love that fabric!

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  5. I am not real with it today, the best I can think of is Prairie Garden or Pheasant Garden.

    Debbie

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  6. How about Pheasant Crossing? Or Autumn Vines? Or October Beauty. Whatever you call it, I think it is very pretty.

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  7. How about Pheasant Vines or Pheasant Rails. Love the pattern!

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  9. I think it looks like Autumn Splendor to me. You could call it Autumn Splendor at Pheasant Hill. Perfect for the table with hot apple cider and warm bananna bread right out of the autumn. Can you tell I have bananna bread baking in the oven right now and just got my first bananna smell wiff from the oven.

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  10. Cross Country? Autumn Trails?

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  11. Have fun at quilt market, Lynne! You are such a generous person. :)

    I'm thinking Lattice on the Prairie.

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  12. Lovely quilt! You are just so creative! How about Boxed Comfort?

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  13. HI! I suggest "Autumn Colors".
    Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  14. My suggestion is Autumn Blossoms. Beautiful fabrics. Lana

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  15. It`s very nice and how about Fall Flowers.

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  16. Autumn Trellis. Love the pattern. Have fun at market.

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  17. Autumnal Fleur de Lei. Pretty!

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  18. Gatehouse Glory is what I was thinking - peaking through a lattice gate with those cute morning glories blooming. Love Pheasant Hill! Cute charm pattern!

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  19. "Bittersweet Vine". Very pretty pattern.

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  20. Lattice on Pheasant Hill, or Woven Autumn. I'm not very good with names. :-/ Love the fabrics though! Have fun at market!

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  21. How about 'Trumpet Vine Corners'? Love the new fabric!

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  22. How about "Square Dance" or "Autumn Square Dance"?

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  23. Autumn Crossing at Pheasant Hill

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  24. how about "Pleasant Hill"...thanks for a chance to win.

    llsbaskets at comcast dot net

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  25. I think Splendiferous is a perfect name for such a splendid example of autumn colors! Have fun at Market!!

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  26. How about Hugs and Kisses on Pheasant Hill? Beautiful pattern and fabric!

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  27. I am not good at names -- The Blooming Fence is the best I can do :)

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  28. My suggestion = Country Crossroads. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  29. My suggestion is Trellis Trumpets. So fitting that the word "trellis" means woven with three threads. Love the design, Lynne.

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  30. Pheasant Hill Crossing sounds like a good name to me--it's very cute!

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  31. Well, I can't come up with an exact name...but I'm thinking something like "my side of the fence"...since the grass is always greener on one side of the fence. Clearly it's greener on the side of the fence where the beautiful appliques are.

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  32. Autumn Charms...
    CathyC in Alberta
    cathyc1950@gmail.com

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  33. What about Autumn Maze? I love, love this design.

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  34. Hmmm, the trumpet flowers also remind me of bells...how about Bells are a Ringing? Maybe sounds too much like Christmas, but that's what popped into my head!
    Of course, Pheasant Fences also come to mind...

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  35. How about Autumn Lanes.Nice design

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  36. Plumes and Blooms or Pheasant Hill Trail Flowers
    Have a great time at Market.
    Melody:*)

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  37. Not too creative this a.m....but like the previous response of Latice and lilies.....jmh

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  38. Love the design. HOw about Autumn Fall Blossoms.

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  39. how about KT's window?
    Can't wait for Market!

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  40. Love the design!!!---How about Autumn at Pheasant Hill>

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  41. Congratulations, Picketsews!! :-) Beautiful quilt-- I think "October Delight" would be a great name! :-)

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  42. Pheasant Trail? Very pretty quilt!

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  43. Pheasant Bouquet! Since a group or bunch of pheasants are called a bouquet (get it?) Very nice quilt. HUGS... and stitches

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  44. I love the pattern, it's one I'd like to make. How about Fall Fences. It reminds me of the wooden split rail fences, they seem to wander a bit.

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  45. This is a sweet quilt, and my first impression of it was of lattice. So I think I'll go with Lovely Lattice .

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  46. Pheasant Crossing was my first thought. Beautiful fabrics as always. Can't wait to get it in the shops!

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  47. Pheasant's Folly, Trumpet Trellis or Harvest Hopscotch

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  48. Greetings from Northern Saskatchewan CANADA! We love Kansas Troubles up here! Anything and everything you design - we love it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  49. harvest gold would make a good name

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  50. Pheasant Hill Friendships I can't wait until this line is out. Pheasant season just started yesterday here.

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  51. Very pretty quilt. I am not good at names but how about "Autumn Kisses"

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  52. Harvest Picalili Trellis....love this design and your fabric choices!!!

    "Thanks for the chance to win"!!!!!

    Carolyn :)

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  53. Pheasant Moon Flowers or just Pheasant Moon - this reminds me of how the moon flowers look hanging from our pergola rafters as I look out the window searching for a glimpse of wild turkeys and deer.

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  54. Me again, Lynne! I had another thought!
    "Harvest Piccalilli Lattic"

    Carolyn

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  55. Me, me, pick me! :)

    Leslie nickels

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    1. Sorry, forgot my name, autumn Criss Cross

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  56. It looks like a Garden Gate to me!

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  57. How about "Hugs and Kisses on Pheasant Hill". Beautiful fabrics and a wonderful pattern. Have fun at Market.

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  58. How about Pheasant Hill Ridge? Love the colors and the mix of piecing and applique. Beautiful!

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  59. Trumpet Crosses

    bjeanand@gmail.com

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  60. Autumns Lattice. I can't hardly wait for this fabric and pattern. Thanks for the peek!

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  61. How about "Charming Trumpet Lattice"? I just love the pieces we have seen for this fabric line. I will be looking forward to making a project from it!

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  62. How about Autumn Vines Lattice? The pattern is lovely!

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  63. I like "window seat" -- my first impression was a glimpse of the beauty beyond.

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  64. Excited to be the first ever to receive (not even released to the public yet) the Pheasant Hill charm pack. Thank you, Lynne so very much!!!!!! I love the pattern....how about Pheasant Tracks.

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  65. How about October Garden? I've really been enjoying my gardens this month since they've staged a comeback from last summers drought.

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  66. How about Pheasant Hill Square if it hasn't been said already?

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  67. Charmed Crosses is my suggestion.

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  68. What a pretty little quilt! No name suggestions here, but looks like there are some good ones already offered. Hope it goes well pulling together all the Market pieces!

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  69. "Pheasants in the rows" is my name to suggest. Like the pattern very much. THanks for the giveaway!

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  70. I love the pattern. I suggest "Which way to the Garden".

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  71. So many good suggestions! I thought of a few, but one that would be a play on words is 'Fence Charming'. I think you're going to have a time deciding on one! Lol!

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  72. As soon as I saw this quilt, I thought of "lattice." I think Lattice Flowers would fit it nicely! Love it, by the way! Have a great time at market!

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  73. Pheasant Hill Marks the Spot. I don;t like coming up with names but it is worth a shot to have a chance to win. Have a great market. Don't think you will leave without a name for this pattern as I see alot of good suggestions.

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  74. Pheasant Crossing...may have already been suggested....I didn't read through all the comments. Love the quilt and the fabric.

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  75. How about Autumn Trellis ? or Trellis Charm ?
    Love the pattern & prints ... Have fun at Market !

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  76. How about Floral Lattice, or Floral Trellis? Love the look whatever you call it. Lovely.

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  77. How about "New Moon Rising?" Sure is pretty!

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  78. I think 'Garden Square' might be fun?

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  79. My suggested name for your quilt - Pheasant Hill Trumpets! Have a safe trip to market. Can't wait to see more photos from market. Keep us POSTED.

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  80. How about X Marks the Spot

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  81. Quick Country Square Charm Quilt with Flowering Borders? Love the new material! I like several of the suggestions that have been listed. Hope you have a great, safe trip! Patty D from Crystal City, MO

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