Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Christmas Present

KT Winner

Congratulations to:
dortha -Love scraps. So nice of you to share. Merry Christmas .
 
You're the winner of the KT scrap bag of triangles. Thanks for commenting. Watch for more scraps this week.
 
FYI: I was able to send Dortha a direct email to let her know she had won our scrap bag. When you sign up for my blog thru Google, if you'll include an email address in your profile, it's much easier for me - or anyone - to contact you.

Christmas Present

KT's Christmas collection this year featured our new Diamond Template in 2 sizes to create an easy layered patchwork version of the traditional Hunter's Star block. The Prairie Cactus booklet offers 3 lap quilts, a tree skirt, runner & pillow to deck your halls in holiday style. Purchase the Prairie Cactus booklet and receive the Christmas Cactus charm pattern FREE!

Prairie Cactus lap quilt

Candy Stripe from Prairie Cactus booklet

Cactus Stars from Prairie Cactus booklet

Christmas Cactus charm pattern


Last year's Christmas quilts were from the Heart of the Home booklet - including a lap quilt, runner & pillow. Rows of flying geese blocks come together to create stars using our easy layered patchwork technique. Purchase Heart of the Home and receive From the Heart charm pattern FREE!  (features our KT Melon Template) 

From the Heart charm pattern

Heart of the Home lap quilt

Heart of the Home runner

Heart of the Home pillow cover

This week, I have a HUGE bag of strippy scraps to giveaway. (How did I end up with so many leftover binding strips???) Comment here to win BIG!


Merry, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, Peace on Earth And a Scrappy New Year to all!
Lynne, Robert & Jamie

64 comments:

  1. Love the Heart of the Home quilt & runner, so very nice! The Christmas Cactus Charm is a nice, too. I really love them all, but the ones I mentioned are my favorite. It would be so much fun to win your bag of strippy scraps. I would have so much fun playing with them & deciding what I would make with them, then I would more enjoyment making a KT quilt. Thanks so much for sharing ... have a wonderful Christmas & New Year!

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  2. I hope you and yours have a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2017. Thank you for all you do and share with us out here in blogland.

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  3. They're all such beautiful quilts! Strippy scraps are the best. Merry Christmas!!

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  4. Scrap quilts are my favorite, so I would put them to good use!

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  5. I only MAKE scrap quilts, so would love to add your scraps to mine for future projects!

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  6. That looks like a yummy bag of scraps to work with.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  7. Lots of lovely scraps... why do other people's scraps always seem more exciting than your own. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  8. Your patterns are always so beautiful and so perfect for using scraps. I'd love to win that huge bag you are giving away. Thanks for the chance. And Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  9. Lots of pretty scraps. Oh so many pretty quilt patterns using KT fabrics. Merry Christmas.

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  10. Oh boy I love those scraps, they would work beautifully in some scrap quilts I have started for donations. And your quilts are of course wonderful!! Merry Christmas. knitbug@charter.net

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  11. Beautiful quilts and very enticing scrap pile! Other people's scraps are always so much more interesting than my own.
    Merry Christmas!

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  12. I love other's scraps, they are more interesting than my own. Merry Christmas.

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  13. Almost every quilt I make is scrappy. Just love them. And almost every one has KT fabrics throughout. Thanks & Merry Christmas!

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  14. Merry Christmas, God bless you all, and may you have a Happy New Year!

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  15. I love the heart of the home lap quilt. I really like how the colors flip. Thanks for a chance. Have a wonderful holiday.

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  16. At the end of the year we should "tie up loose ends". What a perfect giveaway.....bindings....the completion of a quilt!! Merry Christmas to all!!

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  17. Merry Christmas! Thank you for the scrap opportunity. Love the colors in your scrap giveaway. Blessings!

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  18. Evan your pile of scraps is beautiful. I love your colors, the warmth is so great. Merry Christmas to you and your family. May you have a wonderful 2017.

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  19. I love the Christmas cactus! Hope you have a wonderful holiday

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  20. Love your scraps! Love your colors and patterns... Merry Christmas to all!

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  21. You must have won big at fabric strip poker to have that many scraps! Merry Christmas!

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    1. I'm lousy at cards so that's a distinct possibility. However, most of these are leftover from the many projects we've made over the past couple years.

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  22. As always, your patterns are the perfect pairing with your fabrics! Oh, how I would love to win this strippy scrap bag! I just started making crocheted rugs using fabric strips and these would be perfect!!!

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  23. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! Thanks for your inspiration!!

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  24. Lol! I know how you end up with so many scraps - you're like the rest of us quilters. We just might need that color or that piece of fabric might just work somewhere else, or we love that fabric so much that we just can't bear to part with it! Lol! Merry Christmas!

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  25. That wonderful pile of scraps would be the perfect along side my "many" KT Fat Quarters. Merry Christmas Robert & Lynn!

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  26. I would love to win these scrappy strips. I am saving (hoarding) fabrics to make the pattern Cactus Stars. I love this quilt. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway and Happy Holidays!

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    1. These strips would be perfect for Cactus Stars! All you need is our KT Diamond Template for the easiest cutting ever!

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  27. It is so sweet of you to share your scraps! I'm so happy yo have met you and Robert and had the opportunity to see many of your spectacular quilts which have inspired me to sew, sew, sew! I could live to 125 and never make all of the KT quilts on my wish list. My new favorite is Heart of the Home. Merry Christmas, Ya'll!

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  28. As always thrilled to get scraps! Merry Christmas!

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  29. I love to make binding strips because I do my binding, after it is applied by machine, by hand, watching tv.

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  30. Sewing on a scrappy binding is the most relaxing part of quilt making for me. All the decisions have been made and I can sit quietly and enjoy the calm of hand stitching while I appreciate my almost finished quilt.

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  31. I am working on a scrappy quilt using all KT fabrics. These scraps would be a great addition to it. Thanks for all your give aways.

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  32. Any pattern is fantastic.My best favorite is Heart of the home,love the design and the name of the pattern.

    Merry Christmas!!

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  33. Love you "Heart of Home" both the beautiful pattern and the colors from your fabrics. Most Merry Blessed holiday to you and your family

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  34. I like your Christmas Cactus charm quilt it is so much like a Carolina Lily which has been on my wish list for years. Merry Christmas!

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  35. Your quilts just say warm and cuddly! Thanks for the chance. And a very merry Christmas to you!

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  36. Finally I've found a method that's fun! Stack em up, stitch em down!

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  37. I love scrappy quilts and I love how beautifully all of your fabrics work together. Would love to have more to play with.

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  38. Love your fabrics, and scraps too!

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  39. I love you fabric and I bet you just got carried away cutting strips. I know sometimes I get carried away and end up with more pieces than I need for a quilt-oh well a start on another one.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours and I love that "Scrappy New Year"-right back at ya.

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    1. blackcoral@cableone.net is my regular email

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  40. What a treat it would be to win those yummy scraps! My scrap bucket is pitiful right now....hoping Santa will change that soon. Merry Christmas to you and your family and a very Scrappy New Year to you too!!

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  41. Love the scrap colors. Would be a nice addition to my scrap pile.

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  42. Winning these strips would be a great quilting Christmas present! Thank you for another great year. Jean Ross

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  43. Merry Christmas to you and yours! Thank you for all you do for the quilting community. Binding strips are great. I cut those strips in half and connect them. Then I use these very long strips to crochet small rugs. I can do that in the car while riding as a passenger and not get nauseous like I do when I try to read. Waste not, want not. 😀

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  44. Merry Christmas! Love all of the quilts that you showed us this week. You blog is like a mini quilt show. Thanks.

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  45. Are you kidding me? Scraps, beautiful scraps, especially the strips, where you can get all kinds of cuts. How wonderful! A very Merry Christmas to you and yours. Kathe H.

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  46. Merry Christmas. I always say I'm not ready until it's all over, I can find something else to do or make. And your scraps are our treasure. Thanks.

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  47. On my "list" is the double stars quilt in the Layers of Love book. Wouldn't scrappy stars look great for that quilt? Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  48. Beautiful quilts! I'd love to give the scraps a home under my Christmas tree! Merry Christmas!

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  49. I can find a very good home for all of those beautiful scraps. Merry Christmas to you and your family. I hope 2017 brings you joy, happiness and good health.

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  50. Love the new patterns and fabric as well as the olderones, my fav!!

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  51. blessings to you and yours! I am in love with the Christmas cactus design - thank you for the scrap giveaway!

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  52. I was thinking how I would use those strippy scraps...Maybe the Candy stripe background from Prairie Cactus booklet! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  53. Kansas troubles makes my heart sing. Scrappy Kansas Troubles - two of my favorite things.

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  55. Strippy scraps! Scrappy strips! Call them what you like but I would love to win them either way! ♥

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  56. I would LOVE to win your scraps! Thanks for the chance and a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!

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  57. Merry Christmas to you and yours. I love scraps and I believe I could use them with several of your fabrics in my " collection" lol

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  58. Merry Christmas. I'm trying to stay off the naughty list!

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  59. Love Christmas Cactus!
    Those scraps would make a great addition to the drawstring bags, tote and other accessories I am making for my new-to-me Featherweight. KT fabrics are exactly the right style to coordinate with this lovely black and gold Singer! Thanks for sharing!

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  60. Ugh, diamonds; how ordinary. Loved the Hunter's Star way back in the day during Dianna's reign as a revered Goddess! Thanks for all the wonderful new designs.

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