Tuesday, January 2, 2018

KT Winners, January Special and Giveaways

Thanks to all of you for your support of KTQ this year. Your comments, emails and visits to our store make all the hard work worth it. We appreciate your feedback and suggestions so we can make Kansas Troubles the best ever in the coming years. Watch for exciting new projects in the coming months, along with our KT monthly specials and giveaways. Happy New Year! I hope you have a healthy, productive new year.

KT Winners

Congratulations to all three quilters who won my new Cozy Quilts and Comforts book. Who doesn't want to stay cozy and quilt right now with the freezing temperatures all across the country! The random number generator picked these lovely ladies. Good luck with your quilting plans for the year.



My goal is to just get into the sewing room! I hope to spend New Years Day sorting/organizing and then start on my promise quilts (2 weddings, citizenship, out of the Marines, and a Navy quilt for my husband)As I finish one; I can play for a couple of weeks on my goal quilts. Things that I want to do for a variety of reasons. This is the year I start quilting again!!!!

I have lots of quilts that I am working on and my plans for the New Year are to finish what I have to make room for the new to come!! Quilting is ion my blood and gives me energy!! Happy New Year.... it is going to be a great year!!

I have decided to try and alternate new projects with ufos. Maybe they will all get done next year. Have a merry Christmas.

Please email your mailing address to lynne@ktquilts.com. We'll send your Cozy Quilts and Comforts book right out. Thanks to everyone who commented. Keep reading for more opportunities for winning.


KT Special

It's the beginning of a new year! The perfect time to start a new project. We have a couple of options for you for our KT January Special. Be Brave and Be a Star are booklets featuring my Harvest Hill fabric collection. Each quilt was inspired by conversations with my grankids about their dreams for the future and life lessons learned. Be Brave includes a lap quilt, runner and pillow with an easy arrow design created with simple flying geese units using my Layered Patchwork technique. Be a Star simplifies quarter square triangle units using the same method for a lap quilt, mini wall quilt and pillow. Each booklet retails for $12.95, but is on special this month for only $9.95 each. Purchase both booklets for only $18.00. That's a savings of over 30%!

Click HERE to find the KT Specials for January.

KT January Special


KT Giveaway

After a few days with the flu, I was ready for a fresh start. As I sorted and cleaned and organized my studio, I found several bags and boxes of leftovers from projects from the past year and a couple of unclaimed giveaways. It's time for a clean sweep! Each week this month, I'll be giving away piles of scraps from previous fabric collections. I just CAN"T keep everything and love to share with all of you. This week, we have a box full of Harvest Hill scraps to go with our January KT Special. Comment here to win.

Harvest Hill Scrap Giveaway

46 comments:

  1. Happy New Year! May your bobbin always be full!

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  2. I'd love win any KT scraps, Lynne!! Thanks.

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  3. I love scraps! The first quilt I ever decided to make was a scrap quilt, which was an odd choice since I had to go out and buy all new fabric to turn into scraps

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  4. Your quilts are just so gorgeous. I love the off-white/natural/tan fabrics that you use. Such beautiful scraps. Thank you for offering them. I know I could give them a good home.

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  5. Oh how I love your scraps, they would be so much fun to play with!

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  6. Harvest Hill scraps! I so love fall colors. Glad to hear you have bounced back from the flu.

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  7. The flu seems to be everywhere this year. I’m glad yours lasted for just a few days and you’re feeling better. I would love to have the scraps of Harvest Hill fabric. I can think of several projects to be made from them.

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  8. Harvest Hill is one of my favorites. Actually, all your fabrics are my favorites. �� Thanks for the chance to help you clear out your scraps. Happy New Year!

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  9. Glad to hear you're feeling better and straightening out your sewing space. Your "trash" would absolutely be my "treasure"!

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  10. Lovely scraps. Happy New Year.

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  11. Love, love your fabric lines. Colors are so rich. Happy Quilty Year!

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  12. Happy New Year! I love playing with scraps to make mini quilts.

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  13. One of my goals for 2018 is to make a scrap quilt using my KT scraps. It would be nice to add your scraps to mine for an amazing assortment in my quilt. Thanks for all the eye candy you provide us.

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  14. I would love to have the scraps. We will start a string quilt for charity soon so the more variety the better.

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  15. I hope you're feeling better soon! Happy New Year to you, and what a beautiful scraps you're giving away. I esp. love the beige with the colored flowers.

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  16. Happy New Year! We all look forward to what you are designing for us this year. I would LOVE some of your scraps! How fun it would be to look at a quilt & say that was from Lynne. Feel better soon & stay warm. Even parts of coastal GA had possible snow last night!

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  17. Hope you are feeling better and staying warm. Love the fabrics.....they are so inviting and warm. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. I am glad you are feeling better. Those scraps are gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  19. I would be honored to be the winner of your scraps. My favorite kind of quilts are made with scraps. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  20. Would love to win your scraps. Who doesn't love scrappy quilts. I know they are my favourite.

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  21. Glad you are feeling better now. That flu has hit hard in my area and that darn flu shot isn't in sync with the flu strain this year, according to the experts. All the more reason to stay in the sewing room...hopefully with YOUR scraps and quilt. Thank you. Terri

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  22. I love the beautiful oranges in this collection!! Thank you for your generosity!

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  23. I love scrappy quilts! Would love to win these.

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  24. So sorry to hear you've been ill. Hope you're fully recovered. I'd find a use for scraps. My niece & I have plans to work on some quilts together this year and adding some new fabrics to our stashes would be great.

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  25. Happy 2018! It is so energizing to start out a new year with a clean sewing area. I can't really enjoy working on a project if everything is cluttered or disorganized around me. Thank you for sharing your talents and scraps with us.

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  26. Oh how fun, thank you for sharing! I love scrappy quilts I think that's why I love KT's so much. I could sit for hours and play with combinations while putting together quilt tops. I have a couple ideas just looking at this pile! I know I'm hopeless... lol

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  27. Fun! What a super idea to share! Would love to win for my scrappy EPP quilt, fingers crossed ;-D

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot)com

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  28. I would love to win your scraps!! Everything you make is so nice. Thank you for such great giveaways.

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  29. I would love to play with a pile of your wonderful left over scraps. Thanks for the fun.

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  30. I hope you are fully recovered from the flu. I would love the scraps. Thanks! Happy New Year.

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  31. I sew 2 1/2" squares together as enders and leaders. Your fabric keeps popping up. I recently made a scrap jar quilt from the squares sewn into 16 squares blocks and I'm sure I used at least one Kansas Troubles fabric in every 4 patch. They are so rich. Love them. Thanks. And I hope your are feeling tip top in 2018.

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  32. Awesome scraps! I love all your projects! Have a fun day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  33. What a fabulous prize!!! Fingers crossed! Jmh

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  34. Playing with your leftover scraps would be a joy! Thanks for all of your giveaways!

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  35. Love your scraps. I am hoarding some to make accessories to go with my new old featherweight. The rich black and gold of the Old Singers fits right in with Kansas Troubles fabrics! Thanks for sharing.

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  36. The KT fabric lines are my favorite. In the process of making a quilt for my husband. Out of my stash he picked KT Favorites ll. The colors just make me relax! Thanks.

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  37. Oh, would so love to have some of these. Just love, love, love, the colors.

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  38. January always seems to bring about the need to clean and organize. I would be happy to add some of your scraps to one of my quilts. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  39. One woman’s scraps is another woman’s treasure :).

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  40. I would love to win that lovely box of scraps. My resolution is to finish some things but have fun doing it.

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  41. There's nothing more fun than doing a creatuve scrappy quilt... Be adventurious. Noe would b put chance.....

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  42. Glad to hear you flu is gone. Here on Long Island NY we’ve had 16 days below freezing until yesterday, finally 34 degree’s a heat wave! I’d love to put your beautiful scraps to good use, they could mingle with Kansas Troubles fabric I’ve been hoarding. ;-> Toni Anne

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  44. LOVE Kansas Troubles fabrics.My latest ufo to finish this year is a civil war quilt. Your give away of scraps would be perfect!

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