Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Moda Love Designer Blog Tour

Welcome to the Moda Love Blog Tour!


Each day you've been able to visit 3 different Moda designer's blogs for inspiration, giveaways and lots of Moda Love. Sensing a theme here??? Today's fellow Moda designers are the delightful and whimsical Bunny Hill and the extraordinarily talented and lovely Deb Strain. I can't wait to see what their Moda Love brings.

For me, after almost 15 years with Moda, the respect for Mark Dunn and his family company continues to grow. He is an outstanding businessman with a generous spirit and inspires us all to do our best work. But it's Lissa Alexander, Director of Marketing, that makes all the fun happen. Her ability to bring dozens of designers from all over the world together is incredible! She's the inspiration behind Moda Love and had a few questions for each of us:

When did you fall in LOVE with quilting/textiles?
It must have been a genetic thing since my Mom claims I complained about polyester blend sheets and scratchy blankets from the very beginning. Soft, cotton, natural fabrics have always been my first choice. My Gramma Ethel showed me how to make Barbie clothes by hand and had quilts on her beds. Her first love, however, was rug hooking. There were rugs everywhere in her house! I had access to her scrap bags of cottons, wools and buttons for doll clothes. Hand-stitching instilled in me the love of petting the textiles as I worked, enjoying the smoothness or texture of the various fabrics. A couple of treasured quilts from her mother inspired me to make my own quilts from new fabrics that looked old. Now, I have cupboards full of vintage quilts and quilt tops just waiting to be made into new KT fabrics!

What fuels you to create?
When I'm stuck and haven't had an original thought in days, I go shopping! Antique quilts and textiles (actually anything old and worm) inspire me to design. Sometimes I just go into my stash of old quilts and take out a pile to explore for new fabric prints and something about it always gets the creative juices flowing. Living in the country is always inspirational as well, with the changing colors of the seasons, the foliage and flowers changing outside my studio window, the wildlife that visit and call for me to come sit with a glass of iced tea on the porch to watch. I guess slowing down, breathing it all in and loving every minute of what I do is the fuel that keeps me going.

I love the color....RED.
Red is full of life, energy and possibilities. It's in virtually every fabric line I create and is a staple in my home decorating schemes year round.

I get shaky knees when... I find a gorgeous antique quilt/fabric - OR when my husband, Robert, kisses me.

When I teach workshops, I love...the quilters!
I learn so much from everyone I interact with at a workshop - their lives, their friendships and the fun that comes from a shared passion for quilting. Since I work by myself, I enjoy the stories, feedback and support of quilters all over the country. Here's a group of delightful ladies from a workshop at Patchwork Garden in Buffalo, NY.


What is your all time favorite Moda precut?
It's so hard to choose, but I'd have to say Charms because they play so well with all of the other precuts. I collect all the Moda designer's charms when traveling to quilt shops just for fun. That means I also have to search for antique boxes, tins and baskets that are the perfect size for holding all those charm packs. Win/Win! I use precuts in almost every quilt I design because I love to have my quilt ready to start sewing without alot of tedious cutting. They also work well with my layered patchwork technique AND you get an instant fabric collection in a beautiful little bundle. Gotta Moda LOVE it!

These are all Moda charm packs by the various designers -
and not a one is KTQ! Now I'm hooked on collecting mini charms, too!

Each of the Moda designers made a quilt from the same basic pattern with their new fabric collections. Here's my Moda Love quilt featuring a Paisley Park Layer Cake. Find the instructions for using a Layer Cake, charm or mini charm at Moda Love Layer Cake Quilt.

Now here's the good stuff! Comment here to win one of these awesome Moda precuts.
Check back for the list of winners on each of the designer's blogs on September 13th.  Good Luck!
A chair full of goodies - Moda's precut charms, Honey Bun,
 Jelly Roll, Honeycomb and a bundle of fat 1/4's.
Don't miss a chance to win!
The quilt behind the little red chair is our Rustic Star quilt from the October issue of American Patchwork & Quilting magazine. We haven't even received Paisley Park fabric yet and are almost sold out of kits! If you're interested, call Jamie today to reserve your very own Rustic Stars kit. 785-488-2120.

429 comments:

  1. I would love to win one of those Moda precuts!

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  2. Thank you for years of inspiration! Your layer cake quilt is beautiful. Thanks to Moda for the generous giveaways.
    Linda W.

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  3. What an amazing designer you are! Loving Paisley park and the Rustic Star is the reason I bought the magazine -

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  4. I have loved seeing how different this quilt looks on all the designers posts.

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  5. I am so glad we have so many wonderful and talenrted artists in the industry we all love so much what inspiration thanks for ther chance to win

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  6. I grew up in Kansas and would love to win KT fabric.

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  7. My favorite fabric to work with is Moda! Hands down, it's so buttery and all the designers bring so much inspiration with their fabric lines! Keep up the fabulous work ,

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  8. I am a big fan of your fabrics. I love the richness of the colors and the feel of the fabric.

    Thanks for a chance.

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  9. I love your fabric lines. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  10. I love your fabrics and patterns - perfect for those future heirlooms I want to make and hand on to my family

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  11. I love the rustic feel of your fabric line! I also enjoyed reading your blog. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  12. I love your fabrics - I feel my grandmother's home from them ... thanks for chance to win !

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  13. I love precuts too. I also love the Moda blog tours because it gives us insight into the designer's thoughts and processes.

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  14. I love pre-cuts too! I've never been good at putting colors together and with pre-cuts, I don't have to! Red is my favorite color also because it can fit any mood, depending on what shade it is--bright and happy, warm and homey, or rich and elegant. I love your quilt---I think yours and the one by Minnick and Simpson have been my favorites so far! I'd love to make both!!!

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  15. Whoever came up with the idea of precuts was a genius!

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  16. Does anyone NOT love precuts? And your new line is wonderful - you're one of those designers who puts out a recognizable product - I can look at your fabric and say "this is from KT". Now that is a wonderful "brand recognition"!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  17. Oh, your version of the quilt looks so inviting. I hate a quilt that looks too prissy to use. Yours looks positively cuddle-able. Yes, I love those precuts, too - esp layer cakes. What absolutely beautiful fabrics you design.

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  18. Lynn, you are so inspiring! I thoroughly enjoyed meeting you at Hearts 'n' Hands Guild meeting and workshop. Keep up the good work!

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  19. Your Layer Cake quilt is beautiful!

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  20. I love seeing everyone different version of the moda love quilt

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  21. I love the Rustic Star quilt. I'll be looking for the magazine to try it out.
    Susan
    sgmcgregor@rogers.com

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  22. Love your fabrics and the Rustic Star quilt! One of the best things about the Moda LOVE Blog Tour is getting to know the fabric designers in a very personal way!

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  23. Love your Paisley Park quilt. I love that you quilt artists share your inspirations with us, these Blog Tours are so informative. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Interesting how many of the designers say red it their favorite color. It is mine also. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  25. This is blog hope is great, I'm late to the party because I never knew MODA did this! So glad I found you all, and get to see all the designs, fabric and blogs, so much creativity! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. I love to see all the designers creativity. Thank you for your line of fabrics. I love pink, blue and lavendar.

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  27. I love charm packs too. Your version of the Moda Love quilt is beautiful.

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  28. Love your new quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. Thank you for this lovely giveaway chance! I've enjoyed seeing your videos with Jenny of MSQC. You have lovely fabrics and patterns.

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  30. just love your fabrics ....every single line you have ever put out....they are so classic country to me.....one day I am coming out to Kansas....its on my bucket list.....thanks dee

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  31. I was born and raised in Kansas so of course I love the quilt. Just needs some sunflowers to complete it.

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  32. Your quilts are so beautiful and so much fun to make! I've really gotten into precuts over the past five years - less cutting and more sewing time! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  33. I love the "Kansas Trouble" look you create. It's so warm and cozy. This has been a fun blog hop :)

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  34. I enjoyed the article about you in American Patchwork. I love the Moda Love quilt for its simplicity. It looks great in all the versions I've seen so far.

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  35. Have always loved jewel tone colors…enjoy your designs so much..thanks for the chance to win….

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  36. Your quilts are simply stunning! Thank you for the chance! homespunhandmaiden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  37. Thanks for taking part in the Love Blog Tour and thanks for a chance to win!

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  38. Always love your designs and fabrics. Love your "love quilt"!

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  39. Your love quilt is wonderful! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  40. Thanks for sharing and such beautiful work.

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  41. Love your Rustic Star quilt and I even have the magazine! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  42. The design looks beautiful in Paisley Park. I love hanging quilts as a backdrop in my rooms, love the old red chair.

    Debbie

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  43. Your version of the quilt is quite lovely-very warm and inviting and something that would be great to cuddle up with on the couch on a cold winter's day!

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  44. I also love the color red. It is just so bold yet so pretty. Red just makes you appreciate that color more. Thank you for being a part of the Moda Love Blog Tour and for giving all of us the chance to become a Moda winner.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  45. I too love Red, each room in my home something red in it and my kitchen and family room share a wall and it a beautiful black/red!
    This blog hop has made me re-think pre-cuts...I've bought fat quarters but until never thought I would by a smaller pre-cut( I enjoy the cutting process) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  46. I love the line featured in your giveaway- so beautiful! I also love that pic of all your students with their designs. How fun!

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  47. I'm amazed everyday I hop, each quilt is so unique and I'm in aw that they use the same pattern. This pattern is on my Quilt bucket list (one in each size)

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  48. Really fun hop. I want to make all the sizes of the quilt from precuts.
    Your quilt looks fabulous.

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  49. Would like to try precuts, I am a new quilter.

    Patricia C

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  50. As always, your fabric is wonderful - so warm and inviting. This hop has been terrific, so fun to see all the new lines and has been an inspiration to use precuts. Thank you for taking part and making it such a fun hop.

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  51. Love the workshop blocks! It makes me want to take one with you so badly. :)

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  52. I love all your fabric lines. I think the best part is that the colors all work together so beautifully. I love scrap quilts so I try to get at least a charm pack of every line you do. !!!! Thank you for a chance to win !

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  53. It is so sweet that you still get shaky knees when your husband kisses you! I always enjoy it when the hop gets to your day! The looks on those faces from your quilt class definitely reflect the spirit that comes through your writing. I wish I were closer to one of you classes. I am sure it would be a great time.

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  54. Charm packs are wonderful--not sure who came up with the idea--but it is a great one

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  55. I won your Layers of Love book now i need any precut to get me started sewing donna fuller

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  56. I love this pattern and I am loving this blog hop! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  57. Your quilt looks great! It's amazing how different each quilt looks in a different fabric line.

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  58. Having fun on this blog tour. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  59. Your quilt looks so amazing and like it belongs on the prairie. I enjoy working with charm packs and layers cakes. Happy Quilting!!

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  60. The quilt looks lovely and I love the chair picture filled with all these goodies,lol!

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  61. Looking forward to Paisley Park. I have only really used fat quarters but now am going to try other pre cuts. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  62. Love KT fabrics. I drool over them at my favorite fabric shop!

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  63. Love your Paisley Park fabric line, can't wait to get my sewing machine sewing with it! The colors are so warm, I just want to curl up in it!
    I laughed when I saw all of your pre cuts on the chair, I believe I have just as many as you! Thanks

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  64. OMGosh!! Just LOOK at all that Paisley Park...makes ME weak in the knees....:o))Thanks so much for a chance to win some!!
    Paulette

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  65. I love KT fabrics. I had the chance to see your quilts at The Old Country Store in Intercouse PA. They are so beautiful!

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  66. Lynne, your fabrics are awesome. Fat Quarters are the best, I love how they look all stack up and tied with the Mora ribbon.

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  67. Love your fabrics....great country colors and prints :)

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  68. Oh, I love that Rustic star quilt! And your fabrics are some of my favorites. Looking forward to the new line.

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  69. Red is my favorite color too - what's not to love!? Also love your fabrics - nice dark, warm, rich colors...NICE!

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  70. I knew I had seen that quilt (behind the red chair) somewhere! A friend bought that magazine as a present for me while she was on holiday in the US.
    The quilt looks lovely - warm and comforting.

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  71. Really like your layer cake quilt have saved the pattern, thanks for the giveaway.

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  72. Thank you for this opportunity. Red is a color that is growing on me. Surprised to see a good quantity in my stash! A quilt featuring red is in my mind.

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  73. I love seeing how different the quilts are using the same pattern. This is a great hop.

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  74. love the cake layers an red is my favorite color....thanks for taking part in the Moda giveaway.

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  75. I love all cuts of fabric - but the layer cakes give me a chance to really let my creativity flow. And then I usually have a few pieces left over for another day!

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  76. I have been a follower of yours for years...thanks for the chance to win.

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  77. Your fabric just keeps getting better and better!!! It's been a staple in my quilts for years and years now. I can't wait to see your new line!!

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  78. I love fabric. And all the fun things you can do with it.

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  79. Oh, I hope I win some of your fabric!

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  80. I love my family, my friends and I definitely love all aspects of quilting. From choosing patterns and fabrics to meeting new quilting friends. Thanks for the chance.

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  81. Love that rustic star quilt and your new fabric line!

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  82. I love the colors of your quilt.

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  83. Wow! Your Rustic Star quilt is absolutely GORGEOUS! That is actually one of my most favorite quilts and then using those rich colors of yours to make it just makes me want to make one NOW. Just beautiful. I think I need to get that magazine for sure and your fabrics as well. Great post for the blog tour. Thank you for showing us your beautiful quilt and fabrics.

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  84. I love those charm squares too. KT is my favorite though :-)

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  85. I've had a lot of fun with jelly rolls and look forward to any fabric named Paisley Park! Stars and paisley always go together.

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  86. Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your beautiful fabric!

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  87. I love all precuts too. I have a lot of charms and fat quarters. I so love your fabric collects, they make beautiful homey quilts like the ones I grew up with.

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  88. Precuts are great. I especially enjoy charm packs, because you get a bit of everything at once. :D

    Love that Paisley Park line!

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  89. Love those pre-cuts! Your Love Quilt is so warm and welcoming--beautiful!

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  90. I love precuts - makes me feel like I have a bit of treasure. Your quilt is lovely.
    Pam J
    rogerpamjolly@yahoo.com

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  91. I love precuts! I get a scrappy quilt that all coordinates. Love your fabric--such a wonderful reproduction feel to it.

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  92. I love the moda love tour and seeing the same pattern with so mnay different fabrics. I love it because I am a beginning and I can duplicate others. I love your quilt! Thank you for sharing and I hope I win

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  93. I just love that quilt in back of the rustic chair! Beautiful!

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  94. I love that quilt back of the red chair. I also LOVE the red chair. :-) But then, I'm like you-I just plain love all things red.

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  95. I love how many designers have said their favorite color is Red! Guess I"m in good company :-)

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  96. I love reds, too. Turkey Red is my favorite, and I'd love to make a Christmas quilt with reds but I haven't yet.

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  97. I love seeing all the variety from each designer making the same pattern! Fun!

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  98. Love your fabrics, I like jelly rolls. I used Kansas City Troubles and made a postage stamp quilt for my brother. It was one of my favorites.

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  99. I love the richness of the colours in your fabric designs. You must have had so much fun at your grandmother's with all of her bits and pieces for you to use!
    wlinda_ca at yahoo dot com

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  100. Love the photo from the workshop in NY!! Looks like that was fun! The Moda blog hop is great because it refuels my inspiration ... and a chance at the giveaways is like our only little Publishers Clearinghouse contest! Ha!

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  101. HELLO, thank you for your Post today!
    Thanks to you+ Moda for a great Giveaway too!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  102. Awesome! Love everything about your post today!
    Donna

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  103. I love discovering new bloggers which Blog Hops allow us to do, and have subscribed to so many that my e-mail box is overflowing, with no time to read them all at one time. Instead of unsubscribing, I think it might be more prudent to follow most of them on bloglovin and that way see if the post is something I'm interested in. Thanks so much for the giveaway opportunity.
    lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  104. The Rustic Star quilt and your new fabric line are made for each other and I love both! I am having so much fun reading the blogs every day-love Moda!

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  105. Love your post about all the things you love, I love my two daughters as they bring a smile to my face every single day!
    Thank you for the chance to win.

    Tami
    tamiquilts at att dot net

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  106. I love charm packs, too, think they are the best!

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  107. I loved your quilt from APQ! Kansas Troubles lines have a special place in my heart because they are always the first choice of my dear friend and quilting mentor. I think there's at least one piece of KT in everything she makes, and her work is always beautiful.

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  108. I look forward to the Moda blog hop every year - what a great way to bring out all the new fabric lines and free patterns as well - your new line is certainly tailor made for this year's pattern.

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  109. I love your fabrics. They always look so warm and cosy. Thanks for the chance on your wonderful giveaway.

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  110. I absolutely lust after your cupboard full of quilts and tops! Just wonderful! The charm collection is sweet -- but I think fat quarter bundles are the way to go!

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  111. I am really loving the rich, warm colors of your designs! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

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  112. I Love the country colors of Kansas Troubles!! The Moda Blog quilt looks so comforting in those fall colors. I've tried the layered technique you've demonstrated and the quilt does go together fast. Thanks for your answers to the questions. Red is also a favorite color of mine--geraniums, Christmas and lipstick. Thanks for participating in the Moda Blog Tour. Thanks for the chance to win some of your fabric.

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  113. I just read your article in American Patchwork & Quilting! Great article and you are amazingly busy and accomplish a great amount! Thanks for sharing your talents with so many! cheers, colette

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  114. this is such a awesome blog hop…the quilt is something i would make…thanx for doing the hop

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  115. Thanks, Lynne, for sharing your creative talents with us. Visited you shop, so inspiring.

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  116. i can't wait to have some time to make this pattern! great to see everyone's designs.

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  117. I love the Rustic Star quilt! I like FQ bundles because more is better. I like charms and mini charms when I want to see all the fabrics in a line. They are great for little projects too.

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  118. Moda fabric is wonderful! I made a few quilts years ago and then life sort of got in the way. Now with all the great fabrics and patterns to choose from I feel like it's a brand new beginning!

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  119. I love the FQ bundles because they are a tower of possibilities! But I stacks of charms too because they are an affordable way to get to play with a whole collection too. Thanks for the chance to win, love the warm tones in KT lines so much!

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  120. I love the tactile sensation of petting fabrics, too! In fact, I have been known to go into the local JoAnn store and straighten their red tag clearance area, just because it is so wonderful to experience the many different kinds of fabrics, both by feel and by sight.

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  121. I love your Moda Love quilt!! Fantastic

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  122. Beautiful colors on your quilt.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  123. I think it is fun you need to collect tins to store your collection in -- a collection of its own.

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  124. I loved seeing all the old tops in the cupboard. I have a much, much smaller collection with the same intention and I enjoy going to them when I need inspiration.

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  125. I wish you could see my stash. A friend pointed out how much Kansas Troubles I have over all else. What can I say? Love it! I love that all the lines work well with each other.

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  126. Your version of the Moda Love quilt is wonderful. I can't wait to make one myself. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  127. Paisley Park is beautiful and looks lovely in the blog hop pattern. Love Kansas Troubles.

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  128. Such yummy colors in your Moda Love quilt!

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  129. I seem to collect mini charm packs, in twos. Sew cute! I love your Rustic Stars Quilt. It is a gem!

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  130. Your fabrics are perfect for a quilt that is going to be gifted. The colors will fit into every home. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Best regards from Gail in Wa State
    gsteves @ hotmail dot com

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  131. I love all the different quilts the blog participants have made. It's my favorite part of quilting I think -- the interplay of design, color, texture, fabric, the way it can make each quilt uniquely reflective of the quilter who made it.

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  132. I love your version of the quilt. Your fabrics just lend themselves to this pattern. Keep up the good work.

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  133. I love the mini charms too. They are perfect for hexagons and small clam shells used in English Paper Piecing.

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  134. It is wonderful to see the Moda Love Layer Cake Quilt in so many different fabric collections. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  135. Love your quilt. Its warm and inviting.

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  136. Your version of the quilt is really beautiful. It' really nice to see all the different versions of the pattern.

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  137. I think charm packs are one of my favorite precuts as well!

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  138. I love jelly rolls because they are great for scrappy binding. Thanks for sharing a lovely giveaway. x

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  139. I love my husband and dogs ! I love Moda Fabrics , I can't get enough fat quarters and boy do I love Kansas Troubles !

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  140. I have been a big fan of Kansas Troubles for years, I really love the colors in your lines.

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  141. I have been following the Moda Love a Blog Tour, and it has been fun to see all the different interpretations of the pattern. I love yours. I am a fan of all precuts, and recently have made some mini quilts with the mini charms. So cute! An exercise in scant quarter inch seems!

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  142. I love fat quarter bundles and layer cakes next for precuts. Love any Kansas Trouble lines as they fit in perfectly with my antiques. I love the homey, cozy feel, and warmth of the colors. all Yummy!!!

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  143. Big fan of Kansas Troubles. I love to get fat quarter bundles because there is so much you can do with them. If I really like a fabric group but am not sure what I would do with it I buy a charm pack and make something smaller. I know they say you can't have too many quilts but storage does get to be an issue.

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  144. I love any precuts shape or form, they are all gorgeous! I also love your home on your blog header, nice!

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  145. I love all precuts because I cant hardly cut a straight line on any fabric, My husband used to cut all my fabric and now I found out I am not very good at cutting. Love your new line

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  146. I love your fabrics, The first layer cake I ever bought was Kansas Troubles favorites! I have gathered up the yardage too, It has such a warm homey feel, kind of like being hugged. I have plans to make a quilted bedspread for the bed in my room. I'm trying to get a challenge quilt and office curtains finished and out of the way so I can start. Thank you so much for your generous giveaway!

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  147. Wow, I really love that Rustic Star Quilt !!!!!

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  148. I love your fabric in this pattern! Time to dig in my KT stash.

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  149. Love the Star quilt; and I love love love Moda precuts! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  150. I love Kansas trouble precut making a log cabin with the honeybun

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  151. What a wonderful textile heritage you have! I love your fabrics and am with you all the way on the love of red.

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  152. That cupboard full of vintage quilts and quilt tops is beautiful! Love seeing your quilts and others on the blog hop.

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  153. I love your pile of charm packs - I'm wondering how many you have altogether!!

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  154. I love your collection of charm packs -- on to the minis!

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  155. I love the pile of charm packs! I need to buy a mini. I've never used a mini!

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  156. Your fabric collections are so perfect for autumn! I may have to make the Moda Love quilt with one of your layer cakes!

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  157. Your fabric colours are so warm and comforting. It's snowing here (yes in September!) and it would have been so nice to wrap myself in one of your quilts with a cup of hot cocoa.

    joyce.fahlman at gmail dot com

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  158. I always enjoy seeing the vintage fabrics and designs on your website. They are dear to my heart!
    I'll look for your design in the magazine, and thank you!

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  159. I really like your new fabric collection- very fall like! Thankyou for the giveaway!

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  160. You are living the dream! Or at least MY dream...love the MODA fabrics and designers so much. My absolute favorites.

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  161. Count me in. I love Moda, and am always drawn to Civil War fabrics!

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  162. I also am on a mini charm collecting kick! I love fat quarters the most because they are so versatile :)

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  163. Beautiful, warm, rich colors! I love a layer cake. My love of quilting began with my love of fabric. Pre-cuts allow me to have a little bit of the entire line. Layer cakes and jelly rolls allow great versatility in my quilt design.

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  164. Your fabrics are so warm and inviting!! Right up my alley!! I am going to start one of your projects in the very near future. I have been asked by a friend to teach her to quilt and decided on one of your layered table runners as a good project. Thanks for your inspiration!!

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  165. That Rustic Star quilt is a beauty. Thank you and Moda for an awesome giveaway!!

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  166. Love the way your fabrics play together including new with the old.

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  167. I love jelly rolls, strip piecing heaven.

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  168. Charm packs are just so easy to collect. It's time for me to use some more - starting today.

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  169. I like your interpretation of the Moda quilt. Really nice.

    I have just jelly rolls mostly in the precut realm. Enjoy them.

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  170. I like charm packs too. I love RED.

    Gloria
    gyates625@bellsouth.net

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  171. Your quilt is beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  172. I started ou using charm packs which are great, then tried layer cakes which made quick quilts. Jellyrolls are may favorite of all tho!!

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  173. Charm packs are my weakness. Even if you don't want to commit to a whole lot of one fabric line, you can have it all in a charm pack. They always make up into something cute and they are very addictive!!
    Love your fabric line, I have a few of your charm packs in my stash :-)

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  174. Your Moda Love Quilt turned out darn cute! Always love your fabrics so you should pick ME to win some!!

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  175. Your quilts are always so snuggly and warm up any space they are displayed in. I love the fact that your quilts are so easy to use in any space. My grandkids love them.

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  176. Oh my, a fat quarter bundle makes so much. Thanks for the generous giveaway. I love the colors in your quilt.

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  177. I love all the precuts! I can't decide, because they all offer something fun to play with. I love the star quilt in the magazine. The colors are so rich and warm! Thanks.

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  178. Just love your fabrics - and what a great giveaway. Just a beginner so I would love to start my stash with your prize. thanks for the chance to win.

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  179. Love your fabrics, colors are the best! Thanks for the chance.

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  180. love especially FQB, but layer cakes and charms are good too, you see, hard decision, but I'm a woman, lol

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  181. I love your colors! They're beautiful and, I think, soothing. Thank you and Moda for the chance to win.

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  182. I love the quilting on your Moda shop hop quilt. It is exquisite.

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  183. Love your quilt on the cover of AP&Q! Great combination of colors!

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  184. Thanks for the giveaway! Would love to win this fabric! So pretty!

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  185. I Love your fabrics. Keep making more!

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  186. Love that pile of charm packs! Thanks for the chance.

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  187. I love Kansas Troubles fabric colors, they're so warm. I'm almost finished with an offset log cabin made with various KT lines. Two borders left, 1 plain, 1 piano border, I can't wait to curl up under it with a cup of tea this fall. ;->

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  188. I enjoyed reading your answers to the questions and seeing your stash of vintage quilts. I really like fat quarter bundles, but charms are nice to have for small projects. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  189. I love the Rustic Star pattern and the deep fall colors of the Paisley Park line!

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  190. I love big fat quarter bundles! Your fabrics are so warm and rich, thanks for the chance to win.

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