I love the Windmills on the Plains - would love to teach this block to our quilt ministry group.
The eye of the storm is really pretty. I hope you have time to stop at my house in 2016. Lol. Thank you for all your beautiful fabrics, patterns, and inspiration.
Did you just say Prairie Cactus??? My goodness, I cannot wait to see it!!! We (our family) love prairie and cacti! Can't wait to make Windmills on the Plain and try out your technique!
Reading about your quilting adventures makes me wish I could hop on a plane and join you for some quilting fun! You are such an inspiration to me, Lynne! Thank you!
Love the Windmill on the Plains pattern! Can't wait to see the new Christmas line - Prairie Cactus.
I really like that windmill method. When you said rail fence, I immediately saw it. So neat!
I absolutely love the "Eye of the Storm"... wish I had known you were teaching at Quiltfest... I would have taken your class.. love the look you get with your technique. Will you be back with classes next year at Quiltfest/Tennessee...If you are sign me up!...dale
i too love the Windmill on the plains. So many great ideas. Never enough time
I really like both of these patterns. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
Love the eye of the storm. I would of loved to have been there. I know from experience that you give a great workshop. I need to take another one.
As always your patterns are beautiful. I can't wait to see Prairie Cactus!
Love your fabrics
Love the Eye of the Storm pattern. I'd love to see how it comes together.
Loving the Eye of the Storm pattern and the fabric used. I look forward to the new Christmas fabric.
Both patterns are great! I so enjoy what you come up with in new patterns.
I just love the Eye of the Storm pattern! It would look great in the patriotic colors as a Quilt of Valor! Looks like it just might be easy enough for me to give it a try!
Why, there's our own Judy Stokes! I love her and her "Eye of the Storm." What a unique pattern!
Wow, two more great patterns !
Pinwheels have always been one of my favorites so I am excited to see the new twist on them!! I forwarded your info on to our guild speaker chair, how fun it would be to have you come to Chicago and give us our own private show!!! Happy spring!
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What a beautiful pattern and great quilt this will create. Thanks sew for chance to become lucky pin wheely winner.Luv that Christmas fabric is on the horizon.all the best to you!
What a fun pattern--I would have to rename it Breezes on the Lake--haha!
II would love to attend one of your workshops some day. I have plans to try your layered patchwork next firstname.lastname@example.org
Yay! Eye of the Storm gives me another way to use my mini charms. The Windmills on the Plains pattern looks fun to make-very lively. Thank you.
I really like the Eye of the Storm pattern. And I can't wait to see your Christmas fabric line. Thanks for the chance to win.
wonderful quilts! so nice of you to run contests!
Love both quilts. Someday I hope to take a class from you.
I took the classes for Cooper's Crossing and Clara's Garden but didn't make it to this class. Your work amazes me. I am so excited for the Bees and Blooms fabric to arrive. I hope to do a project with your Christmas line as well!!! so much fun!!!!
So much movement in these blocks!
Thanks for the fun blog post. I'm so in love with 'eye of the storm'. I know this is one I would love to try. Thanks for the gift giving.
Wow...eye of the storm doesn't cut off points? Yikes, thanks for the chance to win!
really like the eye of the storm quilt and the way your patterns come together so quickly compared to traditional methods- makes me want to make more!!!
I really like the eye of the storm quilt and had to think about how you did it without loosing the star points...clever!
I really love the Windmills on the Plain pattern. So many different ways you can make this. I love seeing other people's choices of fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway! email@example.com
What darling quilts. You seem to be very busy these days. Cruising, and traveling to all sorts of places. It is great to see you teaching people your fun technique. Can't wait to see your Christmas fabric. K-
I love your patterns and fabric. It always amazes me, the way a fabric change, alters the look of a quilt.Cathy firstname.lastname@example.org
I love using your five and dime rulers. I saw you on with Jenny Doan MSQC demonstrating them on You Tube and sent for them right away along with that fabric and ordered them all. Can't wait until I can afford Loose Change book! Thanks Gale H.
Sweet quilts - my daughter loves the eye of the storm. So I have that on my list to make for sure! thanks!!
I sure hope one of my local quilt shops gets you on their calendar...I so enjoy your work.....jmh