Friday, April 11, 2014

Spring is Here!

Searching for a Winner

Linda Milward of Minnesota who wrote "K is for Karma..." won a KT Tokens of Friendship fat quarter bundle a couple months ago during the Moda Designer Blog Hop. If you know her, give her a buzz and have her email me to collect her goodies. Otherwise, we'll try to give it away again soon.

Hallelujah! The Tulips are Back!

After many long, cold weeks of winter, spring has finally sprung in Kansas. It's been so hard staying indoors the past couple days with temps in the 70's, hardly any wind and blue skies beckoning me outside. But alas, my sewing machine cord isn't long enough nor my computer wireless, so I've been stuck inside until my work is done, envying the birds and bunnies as they scamper by my window. As soon as the clock strikes quitting time, I'm out the door, trimming the garden beds and planning my next plantings. Budding flowers and green grass and fresh tomatoes and warm sunshine are definitely on the brain.

Paisley Park

Ironically, we're busy photographing Christmas quilts and stitching up quilts for the new fall line for market, Paisley Park. I'm in love with the country-style floral paisley featured in this group surrounded by lots of swirls and dots and more paisleys! We've had such fun creating stars and pinwheels runners and pillows with my layered patchwork technique.


Check back over the next few weeks for a sneak peek of these projects and my new book, Layers of Love, after pictures are completed. So much fun stuff coming up in the months ahead!

Giveaway

Enjoy these beautiful spring days and be inspired to make a quilt. Comment here about spring to win a surprise scrap bag of KT fabrics leftover from half a dozen projects. You never know what you might get!


128 comments:

  1. Spring is always slow to come where I live - still waiting for the last of the snow to melt. I love that fresh green color of new growth - I can't wait! Scraps are always fun - thanks for the chance!!

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  2. As the first commenter stated - Spring is slow coming ... we still have some snow and no flowers yet :( should be here soon! Thank you for the scrappy giveaway!

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  3. In NM we are enjoying some nice days sprinkled in among the cooler ones. I am looking forward to some green grass and to planting some flowers and a few veggies soon. Thanks for a chance in the giveaway, I love scrappy quilts and some pretty new scraps to play with would be wonderful.!

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  4. I know it will be weeks before we see anything green where I live, but I am ready for Spring to happen! I've attended a gardening lecture and purchased some dahlia roots at Costco--now if Mother Nature will be kind, I can get to work! In the meantime, I have plenty of quilt projects to keep my hands busy.

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  5. Hey Lynne,
    Spring sprang here in the UK a few weeks ago, we are awash with Daffodils and Tulips. The trees are budding and we feel like we are coming back to life,hope it won't be long before you catch us up,
    Sue.....

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  6. After the long cold winter,it is wonderful to see the sleeping plants awaken. Love hearing the birds chirping. Would love some new scraps as I am making a hexie quilt, I have over 150 made and my goal is 300.

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  7. I love to hear the birds in the spring. I think I need to make some flying geese!
    Helen

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  8. Spring has finally come to Michigan. The sun is shining and the robins are singing their happy songs. Plus husband is back on the golf course and he is happy again.

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  9. Spring is just arriving here in PA, and I cannot wait to smell the lilacs! I wait all year for those precious few days that I can open the windows and let the beautiful scent fill my house!

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  10. Spring is the best when you travel to Texas to see your kids and see the bluebonnets.
    Donna

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  11. We have finally had Spring days, it has been a long winter and I am loving the sunny days. We are near the ocean so we still get a cool breeze, so it is the perfect time to go for walks.

    Debbie

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  12. We have finally turned to corner on Spring. It started out so cold and snowy that we almost gave up hope of warmer weather. Today was glorious.

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  13. It is so nice to have most of the snow banks gone and to be able to walk around the yard in tennis shoes again.

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  14. Spring has arrived here in Illinois as well. My mini daffodils are in full bloom and the regular sizes are budding up. I even noticed my bleeding hearts are making their entrance along with the hostas. Spring has truly arrived!

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  15. This week I've been able to open the windows and get some fresh air into the house, I love it. I can't wait to smell the Easter flowers!! It's great to finally have Spring here.

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  16. Ten trash bags later, I finally have my flower beds spring ready. There are finally signs of new growth in them and I'm loving it.

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  17. I know what ya mean about spring fever, but have to get those projects finished too. I love tulips and forsythia . So timeless.
    Maggey

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  18. Hi Lynne, Spring is finally here in the mountains, got up to 70 today in Boone, NC. My daffodils are finally peeking their sleepy heads and now I am seeing life in my tulips I planted last fall. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    Jodi

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  19. Finally getting spring here in PA and had temps in the 70s today. Was in DC last week and the cherry blossoms were trying hard to bloom. I think we saw a total of three!

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  20. I am enjoying a sunny no snow day here in Canada.

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  21. We're long overdue for some spring weather on the Canadian prairies. It's been such as long winter with more snow to come tomorrow. Flowers would be so nice.

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  22. We still have about three feet of snow to melt from our back yard but some of the flower beds are bare and are begging for their spring cleaning!

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  23. I'm not good at growing flowers, but the wild flowers in my front easement are gorgeous.....blue bonnets and Indian Paint Brush. Just a sew of color.

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  24. I love spring time. It just doesn't seem to last long in Alabama. Would love to win some scraps.

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  25. Had to come to N. J. to finally get some warmth for spring. The trees are even blooming! D.G. L

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  26. We just lost the last of the snow. I hope spring is going to show up soon!
    Judy

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  27. Spring is finally here this weekend. Long winter! Feels so good to be outside again!

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  28. This has been the longest winter, but it seems like spring has finally decided to come around here, too! The daffodils are blooming as are some of the trees. We are supposed to turn cold again on Sunday, though, so winter still has a little grip!

    Sandy A

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  29. My favorite Spring time item is the first bloom of my roses.

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  30. After a long, brutal winter, spring is finally showing its face here in SW Illinois ... and not a moment too soon. It's going to be a gorgeous day tomorrow ... but I'm going to be busy piecing a quilt top ... a king-sized quilt made from my favorite fabrics - you guessed it, KT fabrics! ;-)

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  31. Oh Lynne I love reading your blog, but I did get a touch of the giggles as we are heading towards winter hear in New Zealand! Not that you would guess where I live it is still quite hot!

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  32. Spring has already sprung here in Texas. The bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush are sadly going to seed. We enjoy the painted canvas God blesses us with each spring in the form of wildflowers. Our barn swallows returned to raise another brood of hatchlings. They bring us harmonious melodies each day. They even let my son pet them! And our garden is in full swing. Okra and melon and beans will go in this weekend. Funny how we are at the end of our spring planting, while many other folks are just beginning. Gotta love the weather! :-) Oh yes...and quilting...ahem. Well, gardening and the such have whisked me away. I'm trying to finish up a quilt for my MIL. Then onto something KT Quilt-ish. I can feel it!!!

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  33. Being able to sleep with my window open

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  34. А к нам скворцы прилетели!!! Ура! Весна!

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  35. We are heading into winter here. But I do love the springtime. It means fresh cut flowers and veggies from my garden and beautiful weather for taking a walk each morning.And enjoying the sights and sounds of the bush. xxx Kitty and 63

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  36. Springtime brings the bird's songs...I sit on the front porch and just enjoy the music.

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  37. A few daffodils are blooming here in PA but my forsythia is weeks late. And the forecast calls for snow likely on Wed.! Thanks for the preview of your new fabric. I love the paisley!

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  38. Wow, scraps are my favorite giveaway! I love to make scraps quilts - they're the best. Thanks for a chance.

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  39. Wish I could grow tulips! The deer eat them. The only bulbs that I can plant are daffodils. I have lots of them blooming. The deer don't eat them. I love spring because the flowering trees start blooming and the grass is so green. Everything is just so pretty this time of the year. Making scrappy KT quilts is my favorite thing to do so I would love to win your scraps. Paisley Park looks like a great line! Can't wait to see it in the shops so I can get some of it!

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  40. Spring has arrived here in the UK - everywhere is green and yesterday the sun shone!!!

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  41. Spring has sprung down here in GA! And we are thrilled with it. Normally, we go from winter to summer with no spring at all but this year, we seem to be having some cool mornings and evenings and moderate days. Love it! My 4 yo is keeping my flower vase supplied with his love offerings to me---so sweet! I'd love to play with some Paisley Park while the flowers bloom and our garden grows!

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  42. It's still unseasonably cold here but the crocuses have broken ground, the bluebirds are house hunting, and the song birds are singing sweetly...it's Spring! Thank you for a sweet giveaway.

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  43. In the cornfields of Illinois, the sun is warm, the birds are singing and I am ready to dig in the garden.

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  44. Just yesterday, as I was driving home from work, I was praising God for the beauty of Spring. This is my favorite season, especially after the harsh winter we have had on the East Coast. I love the bright colors of daffodils and forsythia. And I love the red tinge of the trees when they are in bud. A glorious time beauty and hope.

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  45. Here the snow has melted and it is warming up. The daffodils are poking through, but no blooms just yet. But, it definitely smells like spring out there!

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  46. I'm in Kansas too (eastern side) and the signs of spring are everywhere - the Bradford Pears are blooming - daffodils are everywhere and even green in the trees. Love it!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. Spring has sprung! Windows are washed! Time for some quilting before getting into the field.... :D

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  48. We didn't get much Winter (such as it is here in Southern California), so Spring was a smooth transition, but Spring's a time for brightening things up around here, including getting out my brighter quilts! And dang, I guess I'd better wash those windows, too!

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  49. Yesterday was the first day we could get outside in the sunshine and do a bit of yard work. It was glorious. Thanks for a chance and Happy Spring!

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  50. I love scrap bags. But most of all I'm so happy to see Spring. I love it when the grass turns green and the leaves come out. The flowers are an added touch. Nancy P.

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  51. The harshness of winter makes me appreciate spring all the more. Seeing more green, buds on trees....just warms my heart!

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  52. This spring we have a pair of Cooper's hawks nesting in the pine tree next door. Unfortunately, this has meant a loss of some of our smaller feathered visitors, but it has been interesting to see them at work. Finally seeing some bulbs in bloom in my yard. I do look forward to the spring color after such a drab winter.

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  53. Tulips, hyacinths, daffodils. That's what I see out my front window. The grass is green again and may need a cutting soon. Oh the Joy! There were times I didn't think Springtime was ever going to come again.

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  54. I love scraps, especially KT ones! I would love to win and use them in a new scrap quilt. We are getting some tastes of Spring here in MN, although the ground is frozen, lakes frozen over and still some patches of snow in my area. Have a great day! I can't wait for your new book to come out.

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  55. Spring , I think has come and gone. Already talking about turning on the air conditioner! I need this to cheer me up. I want more spring weather!
    thanks...... qlt7scrap at gmail dot com

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  56. Spring makes me want to take walks around the neighborhood, to enjoy the blooming shrubs, trees, and watch the trees budding...I see the Rose of Sharons greening from my kitchen windows. Love the birds singing! Also LOVE scraps!!
    Gloria
    gyates625@bellsouth.net

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  57. Spring has definitely sprung where I live! (France) we are having some lovely hot weather at the moment, long may it last! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  58. Spring here in Ohio, too. even a little color showing on the spring bulbs. Love the bright colors.
    A bag of your scraps would be so fun to use. Love the blend of colors you use.
    Marcia

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  59. Our long awaited spring has finally arrived. Would love the scraps. Just went to a Bonnie Hunter class yesterday using 2.5 inch scrap strip pieces!!! Lana

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  60. Spring has finally sprung in Illinois. YIPEE!!! I love watching the plants in my flower beds grow inches almost right before my eyes. Love spring and its new beginnings.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  61. I love spring! Yesterday, I spent the morning working in the yard with my 2 little granddaughters, 3&5, as they gloried in the outdoors, riding their bikes, searching for worms, planting a "garden," and painting with mud! Such fun, watching them enjoy!

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  62. Spring has finally gotten here today: forecast of 80's. Unfortunately winter is not done yet: forecast possible freezes Tues and Wednesday with snow Tuesday. Oh well, we will enjoy today in eastern Kansas.

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  63. Spring is springing up all over. Flowers are starting to push their way up, roses are leafing up and little baby kids (goats) are romping in the paddocks at local farm! Live it and your new line! Thx for chance to win

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  64. Spring is my favourite season. New buds on the trees, daffodils and tulips,baby sheep in the fields heck even the smell of the manure as the farmer fertilizes the back 30 acres,,,,NOT. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  65. Right now my lilacs are in full bloom and when a breeze kicks up and I smell them, oh it's delicious and so springy!!

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  66. I love spring. Everything comes to life. It is a reminder to me or our Lord and Creator. As each flower blooms and animals bring forth new life, our God is an awesome God.

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  67. Love all the flowers in Spring…just got back from Tucson and the cactus are blooming…just beautiful!! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  68. Spring is a time for all things to come alive ! I live in the north central part of Indiana and our daffodils are just coming up. Our neighbors are getting the garden planed out. (can't wait he shares with us) The birds are singing. And hubby and I are planning motorcycle outings. And most of all I have some of your fabric and your Loose Change quilt book and will do a KT quilt. Thank you Lynn

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  69. Lynn thank you for the give aways. I am just learning to do the sewing projects with my mom. So this spring is a beautiful start of working with her. And the colors are popping up all over. Kind of looking at a colorful quilt.

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  70. I would love to have some of your fabrics. Love them all. Spring has me wanting to plant some flowers and take walks.

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  71. Love your new line.

    Two beautiful spring days of working in the yard and now my face and hands are covered in poison ivy.

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  72. Spring means the snow bank on the edge of the driveway melted. That means I need to be careful when I back out of the garage. Why? Because then I can accidentally back into the garden off of the stonewall. Oops! Got the car hung up on it! All is well though. Best part was having to stay home and sew!

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  73. Slow spring works really well for us, we are snowbirds and that means we won't miss the daffodils that are along the rock wall. It's such fun to watch the flowers pop up in the gardens. Thanks for the chance to win scraps, they remind me of my gardens!!

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  74. Ode to Spring! A riot of yellow daffodils and forsythia, meadowlarks singing their perfect song, green fields, fluffy white clouds, the bluest of blue sky. Blessings...

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  75. I have been enjoying a spring day here in NC. I have bee working out in my garden. Yay!

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  76. We worked in the yard today, and now I'm listening to spring peepers, with the window open. Welcome, spring!

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  77. Spring..just the loveliest time of the year..I love watching the world wake up with flowers, buds, blossom. blue skies and little creatures. Thank you for the chance to win some of your beautiful fabric.

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  78. Living in So. California, we haven't had much of a winter, but I still enjoy seeing the poppies in the springtime and my perennials coming back after the colder weather ends. Had a fun day today at a plant sale but I'm careful to plant only drought tolerant plants these days--we are in a drought out here!

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  79. I mowed my lawn for the first time today!! I noticed the flower beds need a major weeding and I'm so allergic to the weeds that it makes me miserable! I would rather be quilting!!! I do love to see my flowers coming up, but if I don't do something soon, they will be chocked out by grass and weeds! But I am certainly loving the warmer weather :)

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  80. Our Tulips are slowly opening, like a new one each day. So glad to see them. Thanks.

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  81. Spring is a little slower to arrive here, but we are eagerly looking forward to the wonderful green that Spring will bring. Thank you fo rthe giveaway - scraps to welcome Spring - what could be better!

    Kathy

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  82. I love daffodils, and was so excited and happy to see one bloom in my garden last week. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. The daffodils were late this year, but lasted much longer than usual. The forsythia is in bloom now as well as most of the flowering trees. Still a bit early for leaf formation on most of the trees. Still too soon to mow the grass. Days are longer and warming up, but no humidity--yea! Other than Fall, my favorite time of year.

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  84. Spring is almost finally here in the TX Hill Country. It has been a longer harder winter for us. I love seeing the trees starting to leaf out and flowers blooming. Even though the bluebonnets are nit as spectacular as hard a winter we have had they truly are what this body needs.
    I'm ing forward to being warm again

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  85. Spring is my favorite time of the year. Seeing new life with the birds, squirrels and trees. Sitting outside enjoying the weather. Would love to win a bag so your scraps.

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  86. My mom is the quilter in the family but this is the SPRING us girls are going to learn. So we need fabric to work with so pick me! pick me! lol good luck all.

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  87. So it is actually spring....but I just heard we are to see more snow on Tuesday. How tormenting is that???? Sigh, I guess we shall take what is given to us and be thankful for what we have : )

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  88. Spring is an exciting time here in Maine. The birds come back for the summer, the flower beds start coming to life, and it gets warm enough so I can enjoy a little sewing on my glassed in porch. I want to make some wallhangings for a spot on my porch wall, so your scraps would be wonderful to win and use in those. We still have some snow on the ground; but the temps are rising so won't be long!

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  89. Saw a bunch of tulips in a yard today. That meant Spring was here!

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  90. The wind is blowing, the weather warning signals are blasting and it is raining hard. The hail started and then that silence between the fast moving weather fronts. Yet mother bird holds deep within her nest as the branches violently sway. Never before have I seen a bird burrow head down first with only tail feathers showing. She knows our ever-changing spring has arrived in mid-America and she is determined to save her eggs. Thank you Mother Nature for no destruction today.

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  91. Spring reminds me of searching my stash to see if any of my fabrics would bring me thoughts of roses, my favorite flower.

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  92. Spring is such a refreshing time of year! Just like Kansas Troubles Quilters, it brings us a renewal of spirit and inspiration!! Love your style!
    midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  93. I'd like to comment about spring! Where is it?????? Monday morning here in central Kansas and it's 31 degrees, wind chill 17....this is a cruel joke Mother nature, especially to all the flowering trees!!!
    Thanks for the scrap bag giveaway, I'm crossing my fingers!! ;-D

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  94. Well I live in Iowa and Spring is always interesting here. Saturday it was over 80 degrees and on Sunday it was 30 degrees and snowing. The best news is that when you have a weekend like that you can work outside one day and be inside quilting the next!

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  95. I have a new pattern for scraps!
    I love Spring, all our flowers are blooming now. Just beautiful.

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  96. I am getting out in the flower beds and getting my hands dirty! My fingernails may never be the same!

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  98. I love, love, love spring. Inspiration for the new KT fabrics.

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  99. The crabapple and pear trees are blooming, grass is getting green and flowers are pushing through the soil not to mention the weather is getting warmer.

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  100. SOOOOO ready for spring to quit teasing us and come to stay instead of short visits!

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  101. I love everything about spring except the Kansas Storms that produce tornados!! Love the leaves on the trees down to the flowers in my flower beds! so ready to plant the garden can't wait for the first tomatoe!

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  102. Love spring, time to start a new quilt - would love to use some of the scrap bag fabric!

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  103. Ready for the Kansas weather to warm up and the flowers to start blooming

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  104. Sharon H organistaApril 15, 2014 at 8:00 PM

    With renewal of the earth comes renewal of the spirit...and renewal of the spirit is through creativity. Time to 'bring it on' is Spring-time! Springing into creativity. ("Ain't worth 'jack'" --should be your new line!) Got to hear you this morning in Lawrence. Thanks for your conversation!

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  105. I enjoyed the beautiful drive to Lawrence this morning to hear you speak. Birds singing and lawns green. Spring flowers blooming and calves frolicking. Love Kansas, Love Kansas troubles.

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  106. I am here in Kansas, and I agree, it has been such a long, cold winter! I am so ready for some t-shirt weather. I just planted tomato and pepper seeds last week, it's a little on the late side to be starting seeds, but I've found that they catch up eventually. I also threw some extra lettuce and arugula seeds in some pots, and they were up in three days!! It feels so good to see things growing right now!!

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  107. It is up and down here in South Carolina we have had a few days in the high 70's and then today a low of 37! wish it would settle in and be spring!. the flowers look good though lots to do in the gardens. would LOVE some scraps!!!!

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  108. The roses and amaryllis have bloomed n my front yard. Spring and warm weather are here! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  109. Spring is my favorite season. The long, cold winter is over and the promise of warm, sun filled days begins. I love the first daffodil shoots showing up and the wonderful fresh spring greens when all the trees begin to leaf out. I love scraps too and would enjoy winning some. Thanks for the chance.

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  110. The spring wildflowers are beautiful in Texas. Bluebonnets and pink evening primrose are my favorites among the native wildflowers. Poppies and irises have already finished blooming, and I have tiny crookneck squash and tomatoes already in the small veggie garden. Oh, and the lemon tree is blooming...I always think of the Peter, Paul, and Mary song about the lemon tree...

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  111. Spring has been slow to come to WI but we are finally getting a touch of it. I love the flowers and getting outside. Of course, when we are getting rain it is so nice to be quilting. Love your new fabric line. Ann P.

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  112. We had snow this week again so I can't wait for spring. No spring bulbs up yet. I saw my first Robin this week so hopefully spring will come soon.

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  113. Another crazy year! My lilac bushes were starting to bud out, and then we got snow again! Luckily it didn't freeze hard. I absolutely LOVE when the lilacs are in bloom in the springtime! Love your new fabric!!! HUGS... and stitches

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  114. Welcome spring!!! We've waited so long, but finally we see daffodils and crocus! And soon -- redbuds and flowering crabtrees and tulips! YAY!

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  115. Spring in Florida is beautiful. Flowers in bloom, gentle breezes that will soon turn hot, but we love it. Love your new fabrics. Yum. Mickey

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  116. Spring over on my side of the tracks means starting on my Christmas Quilts for gift giving...if I start now, and forget the gardening,...they may be finished on time! Deb of Abbotsford, BC, Canada

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  117. As Spring has finally come to midcoast Maine!

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  118. Spring has come to the Midwest. The crops are almost in. Need to make time to quilt now!, love the new fabric line.

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  119. Spring is market time, and Kansas Troubles is my weakness. Love the new line.

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