Thursday, June 1, 2017

KT June Special

KT June Special

We're Crazy for Minis this month. Mini charms, that is. We're offering my Crazy for Minis booklet, kits and mini charms 20-25% off.

Have you seen my layered patchwork technique and wondered if it was for you? Would you like to try this simple method using mini charms? Now is the time! 

Crazy for Minis booklet - retail $12.95/sale $9.75
Crazy for Minis kits - wall quilts & runners - under $30 each
Mini Charms - $3.00 - while supplies last


KT June Special - Crazy for Minis
 
 
 Here are a few of my favorite projects featuring mini charms from the Crazy for Minis booklet.
 
Autumn Sky (35"sq.)


MC Sampler (30"sq.)

Summer Breeze (27"sq.)

Christmas Geese (13"x35")
 
Comment before June 17th to win a Crazy for Minis booklet.


57 comments:

  1. The best thing about mini's is that they are fast and keep me from getting bored. I seem to have quilters ADD.

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  2. Love the colors! Love the minis! Basically love everything about this!

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  3. How your mini quilts glow with all those deep darks! Mini quilts sew up quick and are great fun to feel sew accomplished!

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  4. What I love about mini quilts is that I get to try each pattern before working on a larger project. Plus so useful round the home or as gifts. Happy Stitching.

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  5. I like minis, they're easy to make and very useful for different ways. Love the colors, very nice

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  6. I have always wanted to make a bunch of mini quilts to hang on my walls, but somehow never seem to get around to it. This could be just the "push" I need to get me started.

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  7. I love Kansas Troubles and mini quilts for table and wall!!

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  8. I love minis and have started a wall of minis in my sewing room.

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  9. I would like to try your layered technique. A mini seems like the perfect opportunity to try it. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  10. Once we get moved and settled again, I'd love to decorate the walls with an assortment of minis. Your booklet of minis has many great possibilities!

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  11. I love your mini quilts! So many great patterns in this book!

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  12. I love your mini quilt ideas. Thank you for the chance to win your book! Hope I am lucky.

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  13. I love, love, love these minis!!! They are absolutely gorgeous.

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  14. Love your layered technique. Thanks for the chance.

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  15. My first attempt at mini blocks was a few months ago with the Moda BlockHeads. They are like potato chips - you can't just eat (make) one! Thank you for the chance to win your book.

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  16. Thanks for the chance of winning this book on minis. I've looked at those little packs wondering what I would do with them. Now I know.

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  17. Love those mini charms - often little impulse purchases for me - but then I never know what to do with them! Thanks for the chance!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  18. Mini charms are always so appealing, and such fun little gifts for other quilters, but it would be especially nice to have something to do with them! This is a great idea!

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  19. you are so creative! I am getting better at creativity but have a long way to go - hope the mini charms will help me with that journey. The minis on your site are so cute & I can't wait to try some of them. Hope I win your book so I have lots of 'little' projects to do that don't take too long. Keep up with the minis:)
    pjwhit97@gmail.com

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  20. I really like making little quilts and these patterns are sew cute. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  21. Mini projects are great! I can complete a cute project very quickly, which is always incentive to try even more!

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  22. I love minis and could use a good guide on using them. Plus I like having small projects on display.

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  23. These are wonderful designs. They are manageable to make and provide ongoing joy to look at!

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  24. I am always doing bigger projects and have found a love for the Mini quilts for ME projects! I dont feel quilty making something for myself and I fill that need for a challange at the same time! Thanks Lynne..you keep this old brain moving!

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  25. Have never made a mini quilt no wonder it takes me so long to finish anything?? Thanks for a chance to start with your patterns which i love!
    Carmen

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  26. I love mini charm packs - kinda addicted to them. :) And in Kansas Trouble fabrics - what's not to love!!

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  27. I love to make Mini Quilts. It's a chance to make different patterns without committing to a large quilt. When they're finished, I fill my baskets with them. And Kansas Troubles are my favorite fabrics to decorate with.

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  28. I love miniature quilts. They are my favorite and can't wait to try your technique

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  29. I like the minis but I never knew how best to use them. Your booklet provides some great inspiration!

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  30. I don't have much experience with minis, so it would be a new experience for me. Your booklet looks like it has some good projects in it.

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  31. Those are beautiful minis! After downsizing I have a smaller sewing area. I think my projects will be smaller as well!

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  32. Love to work on minis. Easier to finish and use up some of your scrap fabric. Don't tell but you always need some more fabric to finish your quilt...large or small. The hub made a stand for displaying my minis.

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  33. I love mini quilts, and have made many small quilts as well as huge ones over the years. I think the little ones make great décor, and add such personality to a home.

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  34. Beautiful mini quilts. Thanks for the chance to win the book.

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  35. I enjoy making mini quilts. Thank you for the chance to win the booklet.

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  36. I love to make mini quilts and your designs are so timeless. Mini quilts are so easy to decorate with and to change out with the seasons.

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  37. I live monk's. they go up so quick. thanks for aharing.

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  38. Beautiful items you made using the mini's. It would be fun to sew with mini's. Cool book! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  39. I started my quilting "career" over 40 years ago making minis....love them but have gotten away from them. Love your little quilts---simply adorable and would LOVE to win the book. Thank you.

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  40. Just can not wait for the Gooseberry Sampler, I can remember when I was little of going to the pasture to pick gooseberry. It sure took along time to get our little bucket full. This line is going to fun to make table runners for Christmas. Phyllis OToole

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  41. The layered patchwork technique makes tablerunners so quick; And such an easy technique. I have only made two mini quilts, and I would love to win the book so that I could try some more!

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  42. I, love minis. It gives me a chance to try different patterns and techniques and actually finish a quilt in a reasonable timeframe. They are so fun and hang well, especially when your walls won't take a large quilt, looking forward to making some of these.

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  43. I love the minis!! The book looks wonderful - Thank you!

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  44. Oh, you really spoke to me there! Yes, I keep saying that I need to make a layered patchwork project but never know what or where to start... I know I will fall in love with your technique; it seems right up my alley! And today I discovered and fell in love with your Gooseberry Pie!!! That's what brought me here... Gonna take advantage of your sale and get sewing! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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  45. I love minis. I started my whole quilting path with mini quilts and grew up from there! Yours are darling.

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  46. Luv' mini's and would luv' to win this book!!!

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  47. Can't wait for my Gooseberry Sampler. I saw Gooseberry Lane fabric today. Beautiful! Of course I had to buy some.

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  48. I have always loved the minicharms, they're just so cute! Thank you for the opportunity to win your booklet! ljbisme at msn dot com

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  49. I think mini quilts are a genius way to sew! You can get many quilts done in half (or less) time than it takes to make a regular lap quilt so I'd love to win the book! THANKS

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  50. I'm intrigued -- so cute and I've always loved mini versions of anything. I can't wait to start a new project!

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  51. I love miniatures! I've been addicted to them lately and would love the chance to win a copy of your book. Thanks.

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  52. Love mini's. Working on 2 large quilts now, ready to do smaller ones again. Would love to win this book.

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  53. These are beautiful!! I'm a new quilter-dreaming of fabric, trying to develop a little stash. Love your block designs and lovely fabrics!

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