Sunday, December 14, 2014

KT's 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway - Day 6

KT Winner Day 5

Congrats to:

You're the winner of our Day 5 giveaway - a trio of bloomin' patterns. Please send your mailing address to lynne@ktquilts.com and we'll send out your goodies soon.

12 Days of Christmas Giveaway - Day 6

Our giveaway for Day 6  is a  threesome of patterns - Sunny Days runner, Summer Joy charm pattern and Sunflower Mini Table Treat. Can you tell I love the Kansas state flower? If you're a sunflower fan, too, check out more of our designs at ktquilts.com.


Comment today by 10pm to win these patterns - plus a little somethin' from the scrap basket.

107 comments:

  1. Sunflowers and peonies are among my favorite flowers. Thank you.

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  2. Love the patterns, and yes, I do love sunflowers. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  3. I am intrigued by the layered patchwork and your book is #1 on my Christmas list. Would love to make these patterns as well. Thank you.

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  4. I love the Kansas state flower, too! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  5. We've always tried to have sunflowers in the garden every year, and I love seeing them along fencerows and next to old barns.

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  6. I love sunflowers. Especially the thought of them right now with the snow on the ground!

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  7. I am loving all of your patterns and hoping that I win!

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  8. I love Sunflowers, but unfortunately the deer love them, too. I love how you have displayed the patterns, so so cute!

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  9. Sunflowers and black-eyed susans are my favorites!

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  10. It would be fun to make these patterns and a wonderful excuse to buy more KT fabric.

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  11. Sunflowers are da' bomb! Cheerful faces out in my garden. Thanks for the oppty.

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  12. These are lovely - roll on summer!

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  13. Summer...ahhhh. Love it and sunflowers, too. Beautiful patterns, as always.

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  14. I Love sunflowers, its lovely to see them in the fields.

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  15. I always love your stuff, great ideas!

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  16. Oh sweet-Sunflowers!!! Love sunflowers!!!!

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  17. I grow sunflowers every year! I also love the log cabin!

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  18. Love the Sunflower patterns too! They make me think of those warm summer days.

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  19. I love everything Sunflower !! The flower of my home state.

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  20. Love sunflowers! Great patterns. These would be great to make so on those periods of no sun, you could just look at these and, voila, sun. Thanks

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  21. Yep...you know us! Sunflowers are so beautiful. I also love Black Eyed Susans. Can't get enough of that happy yellow.

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  22. My favorite flower and KT 12 Days of Christmas so far!!! The sunflower is very precious to our family. :) Our son Ethan's favorite flower was the sunflower. It's a precious reminder of him, and of God's magnificent creation!

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  23. I'm a sunflower fan, too!!! Thanks for making such great fabric lines and patterns! CindyT

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  24. I always plant sunflowers along the edge of my garden. It is such a beautiful sight to see in the summer and the birds benefit in the fall.

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  25. Love sunflowers and KT quilt patterns! Thanks.

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  26. Being a Kansas girl I love sunflowers! Pweese (how my 18month old granddaughter says please) pick my name!

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  27. Being born in the sunflower state gives me a fondness for them. Love seeing an entire field of them in all their glory.

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  28. Fun Patterns! Merry Christmas HUGS... and stitches

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  29. I am a fan of sunflowers. I like to grow them in my garden each summer.

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  30. I am a sunflower lover--good thing too, since the chipmunks stash the spilled seeds from the bird feeder all over my garden. It fun to see where a little cluster of them will pop up!

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  31. I am a sunflower lover too! Gorgeous patterns!

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  32. Oh these are so cute! Love the crow in the picture, too

    Sandy A

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  33. Sunflowers are such happy flowers! I don't live in Kansas, but several years ago a nearby farmer planted a field of sunflowers. It was so fun to drive by and see them.

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  34. Sunflowers growing along a Kansas dirt road - not much better than that.

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  35. Oh my, such pretty patterns! Thanks for the chance!
    Paulette

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  36. I love sunflowers and the patterns are perfect!

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  37. Thanks Lynne for the giveaways. Sunflowers a such happy flowers.

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  38. Sunflowers are pretty flowers and so are these patterns.

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  39. The Sunflower makes me think of the Summer and not this darn snow. Great patterns.

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  40. As a fellow Kansan, I too like sunflowers. It is wet and cloudy today.

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  41. I may not live in KS, but I do love sunflowers! Thanks for the chance!

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  42. Love the sunflower pattern. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  43. Sunflowers remind me of the time we lived in Kansas! So cheery during these cold winter days.

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  44. My birds and I both love sunflowers. I plant a lot for the birds to feast on during the fall. Love the patterns!! Nancy

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  45. Love sunflowers. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  47. A farm near our home planted a field of sunflowers this past summer ... they were amazing!! Tons of people stopped to take family pictures in them. Love the way they "follow" the sun ;-) Linda

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  48. I love sunflowers! And my birdfeeders are always filled with sunflower seeds!

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  49. More great patterns. Sunflowers are one of my favourite flowers.

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  50. At our Quilt Guild Christmas Party this afternoon I received two Kansas Trouble charms packs in the gift exchange. Looks I
    like they could be used in these sunflower patterns!

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  51. I've always loved the idea of a sunflower house. Tall sunflowers are planted in a large circle, and when they grow and bloom, mom/grandmom and the little ones can sit in the circle and have tea (or Kool-Aide)!

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  52. Seems perfect! As it is Summer here in New Zealand! Not that you would know it at the moment.............rain and wind!

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  53. I love how the sunflowers follow the sun. The patterns look so whimsical. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  54. I love sunflowers. Very pretty patterns.

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  55. I have actually made this sunflower table topper and love love love it! jmh

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  56. I am a sunflower lover too! I love them in my garden and eat the seeds for a healthy snack. Would love to put them into a sewing project.

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  57. Sunflowers are beautiful. Great pattern idea.

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  58. We grow sunflowers in North Dakota too so they're beautiful and should be shared!

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  59. Still trying to figure out why my emails are late. I live in Kansas and have been wanting to do something with sunflowers. Thanks.

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  60. Such cute patterns--irresistible! I love flowers and makes me wish for spring planting. My garden is looking kind of bare. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  61. Very cute patterns. Yes I love sunflowers, always my favorite.

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  62. Love them all! midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  63. I love love love sunflowers! My kitchen is decorated in sunflowers and roosters. I could make some beautiful toppers with your patterns

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  64. Looking forward to when the sunflowers are blooming again. Thanks for the chance to win!
    wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com

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  65. Nothing prettier than a field of sunflowers.

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  66. I love sunflowers! We grow a field of them each summer! Your patterns are great!

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  67. The patterns are great....and I also love the little blackbird in the picture! How adorable!!

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  68. I love things that remind me of warmth and sunny days, and it is especially nice when I am wrapped up in a warm quilt made with Kansas Troubles fabrics and patterns.

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  69. I love sunflowers! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  70. Love anything sunflower! Great patterns!

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  71. I planted sunflowers along my garden's edge and they got huge. Then my cow got through the garden gate and ate the big sunflower heads! She loved it. Guess I will plant more next year for their beauty and my cow!

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  72. I love sunflowers but that is probably because I spent the majority of my adult life living in Kansas. :-) Thanks for the opportunity.

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  73. I love sunflowers and that table runner would be just perfect in my kitchen. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  74. Sunflowers are always a part of our backyard flowers. We love to see how tall they get and how large the flowers are.

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  75. I am always amazed at how big and strong sunflowers get. They are amazing really!

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  76. Beautifull would love to make these patterns.

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  77. This might be my favorite bunch of patterns so far. I also like the crow with the acorn in his break. Happy Monday!

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  78. Love them! Patterns that feel like the heart of Kansas

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  79. Since I too am a native of KS I also have a love of sunflowers. These patterns are awesome! I would be thrilled to have these. Your prim display is delightful. :)

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  80. We have fields of sunflowers grown for their seeds.
    They are so cheerful and happy.
    Love to watch them move to follow the sun. ;)

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  81. Oh, love the sunflower!! Having that pattern would make my winter look forward to spring so I could plant my own sunflowers

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  82. I love your patterns. Easy for me to do since I am accuracy challenged. Love the sunflowers, and my daughter does too. Always looking for another one to make for her as a gift.

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  83. I'm a Kansas girl so I'm a big lover of the sunflower. We grow the tall ones here in MO now for the birds to enjoy. Love table toppers and runners, would love to make these. thank you

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  84. not from Kansas, but I love sunflowers! thanks for the chance...

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  85. I'm a Kansas girl so I love sunflowers! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. Lynette T MinnesotaDecember 15, 2014 at 9:51 AM

    The birds in my yard love when I plant sunflowers!

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  87. Great patterns. Maybe I will win today. Nancy P.

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  88. Sunny days and sunflowers sounds wonderful after all these cloudy days we are having here in Michigan

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  89. I absolutely love Kansas Troubles fabric, patterns, quilts & most of all Lynne. I have so much Kansas Troubles fabric and not enough time to do anything with it yet. But, I'm getting close to the golden years and then I plan to give that sewing machine a workout. Please, please pick me. I never win anything. I think I have this black cloud over my head. Debbie W.

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  90. Love these quick easy patterns. Fun to make and great gift giving too!

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  91. I love sunflowers, too! These are lovely patterns!

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  92. Oh my...Sunflowers - sun- Spring - Summer. A dream.. Love your patterns and designs. Your latest book is on my Santa wish list. Actually can't wait to finish up my Christmas projects and get underway with some of your designs. Merry Christmas and a Blessed New year.

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  93. Just love anything with Sunflowers!!

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  94. Love the patterns and the crow. Wow.

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  95. Sunflowers are the best. Hope I get picked!

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