Monday, January 22, 2018

More Cleaning House

Seems I started the new year off late after the flu won in overtime - and I'm still behind. Let's get caught up with TWO giveaways this week! I'll feel much better finding good homes for some lonely scrap bags. But first...


KT Winner

Congratulations to:
Angeliasue - 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!

KT Giveaways

This week, I have a stack of leftover Turnovers from several years ago (it's practically vintage). If you have a project in mind using triangles, you're in luck! All the cutting is done for you.

 I also found a bag of strips leftover from the ends of bindings, Jelly Rolls and Honey Buns.
Wanna get strippy? Here's your chance!
Whew! I feel lighter already. Please comment to win either of the giveaways this week. If you prefer one over the other, include that little tidbit. See you next week. Stay warm and sew on.

95 comments:

  1. I'd love to take either of these scrap collections off your hands for our quilt ministry group.

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  2. Either bag would be so nice. It is so great for you to share. Glad you are feeling better.

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  3. I love string piecing and those strips would be fantastic!

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  4. Thank you for the giveaway! I would chose the Turnovers, since I have a scrappy quilt in mind.

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  5. I would be thrilled to get either of these bags of scraps. They would find a good home in one of my next scrap quilts. Thanks for the chance! Sure glad you're feeling better.

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  6. I would love the turnovers, but either group would be wonderful.

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  7. I am always looking for scraps for variety. The strips would be my first choice but either groups would be fun! Thanks for a chance to win some beautiful fabric scraps! ! !

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  8. I love the colors and would be thrilled to receive the triangles!

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  9. I would be delighted to have either one, thanks so much for sharing, Lynne!

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  10. Triangles are a favorite shape of mine. Thanks for sharing them.

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  11. Ooooo now I would love to win the tidbits!!! Jmh

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  12. I would love either of these for a tiny house quilt I'm planning! Thanks for the give-away!!

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  13. I'm glad to hear you're feeling better! Thanks for the chance to enter your giveaway; either goodie would make me happy.

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  14. Would love the opportunity to get "strippy". Have always loved your colors, they make my heart sing!

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  15. I am so glad that you are on the mend. Either one of the scrap bags would be great as I have projects in progress that can use both! Thanks for your generosity!

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  16. These leftover pieces are perfect for mini quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. I belong to a group that makes quilts for cancer patients, Veterans and dialysis patients. I love your fabric.Whether I win or lose I still love your fabric

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  18. So glad you are feeling better! I love making scrappy quilts so either bag would be great but the strips would be my choice.

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  19. The flu is so bad this year, so sad it caught you & glad you are done with it. I’m sure you had a great nurse. Either scrap bag would be a great prize. Using someone else’s scraps would be like working on a jigsaw puzzle. Finding the colors, making pieces & putting them together. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  20. I hope you are all recovered from the flu bug! I’m making a new bag right now with some of your fabrics! I would love more scraps to make something else! Thanks for your giveaways!!

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  21. I make mini quilts and would love to play with the strips. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  22. So glad to hear that you're finally over that nasty flu bug! I always love your fabrics no matter the shape or size.

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  23. I have been in love with your fabrics for years and have bought many from your website for quilt shops most of which are now adorning my house in one type of quilt or another. I also do a lot of charity quilts with a group of 8 other ladies for a local hospital and would love to be able to sew either the strips or turnovers into a treasure for someone not feeling their best and bring them a little ray of sunshine.

    Ruth Hunter
    Longwood, FL

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  24. Winning a bag of your scraps but would be so amazing. I love all your fabrics and have a good stash built up to make a scrappy quilt and the addition of your scraps just would mean I could start that scrappy quilt that I want to make. I would be happy with either of the bags. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  25. What fun! A bag for of Kansas Trouble scraps would be fantastic! I would love to win either bag of scraps! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  26. I absolutely love your fabric. I have many of your fabrics in charm packs, plus plenty of yardage. In fact, I'm doing my Blockheads in your fabrics. I would love the strips, but either would work for me. I'm glad that you are feeling better.

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  27. I have always wanted to try string piecing but I don't have enough strings yet to work on anything. One day, maybe. Glad to hear you are feeling better!

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  28. Love scraps - and nothing better than Kansas Trouble scraps! Either bag would be wonderful. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  29. I love when you clean house!! I would love the honey buns. What beautiful colors!

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  30. My hubby had emergency eye surgery New Year's Day, so we didn't start the new years great either!! I would love to have the strings. I love KT fabric!!

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  31. Would love adding the variety to my growing stash of KT fabrics! Either bundle would be great! basaran.family@rogers.com

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  32. I would be happy with either selection. I have some light KT strings that I've been saving for string piecing and I already have 2 quilts planned for the triangles. Can't loose either way!

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  33. Hi Lynne! I hope you and yours are over the flu now and it doesn't come back! Your fabrics have always been my very favorite. I can walk into a quilt shop and spot any quilt made with your lines. So with that, I would be thrilled to accept either of your offers of scraps......

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  34. Either one of those bundles would find a good home with me. I love all your fabrics whether old or new!

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  35. I love the Kansas Troubles collections. I have many and would love to mix them up with your left overs. I prefer the triangles, but would be happy to win anything.

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  36. Hi, Lynne. I'm soooo excited to win a bag of your scraps! Thank you. Thank you. I think you have my address on file bc I've ordered from you before. Have a blessed day. I look forward to the arrival of the blessing from you!! (Last name: Ulrich)

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  37. I recognize many of those fabrics! Love all of them.

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  38. Oh my, I love scraps!!! I am doing our guilds series quilt in Kansas Troubles this year, so the more scraps the merrier. Either bundle would be fine with me. Glad you're feeling better.

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  39. Love Kansas Troubles and love scraps. Would be grateful to win either one. Thank you!

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  40. Either bag would make a lovely scrappy quilt. I wouldn't mind either one of them, for I love all your lines of fabric.

    Pat

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  41. oh boy.....i am in for sure...i would be thrilled to win either...thank you for the chance...janet jecagain@gmail.com ideas are swimming around already :)

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  42. Oh the things you can make out of all those lovely scraps. I have been collecting all my small scraps from previous Kansas troubles lines of fabric for a paper pieced project that is on my bucket list. Either bag would fit nicely into my collection. Thanks so much for a chance to win. Shaunna Scott

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  43. I'd love to have a chance at those leftover strips. Thanks for "cleaning" out your stash!! Linda H Canends@Hotmail.com

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  44. Glad you are feeling better. Either scrap bag would work perfectly with my current work in progress. Thanks for the chance.

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  45. Hi I would love the strings, I could add them to my leftovers to make a lovely cosy quilt for next autumn, I would have plenty of time to get it done 😉

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  46. Ooooh, yes, triangles are my jam!! I am currently working on a quilt made entirely of half square triangle blocks and would love to add more of you yummy warm colors!!

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  47. I love scraps! So many things to make with them!

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  48. I'd like to win the strips!! That would be so much fun.

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  49. Would love to win the triangles. Our group is starting a project next month and it has lots of half square triangles in it. Was planning on using a lot of my KT scraps on the project, so your give away would be perfect.

    Thank you.

    Louise keene

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  50. I would love to win either bag of your "leftovers!" Thanks so much!

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  51. Your fabrics as scraps. Yes, I am in and not particular. Love all of them.

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  52. Scraps? They must have my name on them. :) I love working with scraps. They are quilts in disguise!! Thank you for sharing!!!

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  53. My goal for this year is to use up scraps and I would love to add some Kansas Troubles scraps to the pile!

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  54. I really like triangles, but either one would be such a treat!

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  55. I'm Primitive and your KT is a favorite. Those triangles look like Bonnie Hunter's Wild and Goosey #2.
    Working hard with paper and cloth....

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  56. Would love to work with either of your scrap bags, but I do love the triangles.

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  57. Either bag would be fantastic. Love Kansas Troubles in any size! Glad you are feeling better.

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  58. Thank you for sharing. Either would be wonderful.

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  59. I would love either one of your scrap bags! I have been a Kansas Troubles fan for years! I save my KT scraps separate from any other scraps and plan to do a scrappy EPP quilt with KT scraps from the years! Is it odd to say that I have thoughts of rolling around in the pile of scraps loving the look and feel of them?! lol Thanks for designing all of that prettiness that we all love! :)
    Nancy
    eddnancy@msn.com

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  60. I would be thrilled with either of your scrap bags! Kansas Troubles scraps look good in any size. If I had a choice, I believe I would choose the strips, but either would be great!

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  61. Either of these scrap bags of your great fabrics would be most appreciated. Glad you're on the mend ~ too much flu this year!

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  62. Either will be great. So glad you are better.

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  63. Either of these would be great. We have several charity
    projects in guild - either would add interest to create a comfy
    item for nursing home residents which i signed up to do.
    Thank you for offering a ‘fun’ precut element!

    SO SORRY you had the flu ������ Several friends have had
    it.....report was AWFUL. ���� you are recovered.



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  64. Winning a scrap bag? That would be AWESOME! Either would be nice, but the triangles would be nicer!

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  65. I'm trying to weed out some of my scraps too, but I can't resist throwing my name in the hat for the triangles--it looks like there are some of my favorite blues there!

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  66. I have a half-completed quilt with Kansas Troubles turnovers in my to be completed basket. I love the colors - the deep greens, burgundies and blues are so soothing. Maybe I will be inspired to get it out and FINISH it!

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  67. Either would be a wonderful surprise! I am a scrappy quilter and am trying to make quilts for all the beds in our family... not our home as the kids have all flown the coop, but they still need quilts to keep them warm and wrapped in my love. Thanks for the fun!

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  68. So glad you are feeling better! I can think of a few things to do with those gorgeous triangles! Thanks!

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  69. I'm glad you're feeling better...that mean old winter and flu....the triangles and strips lots of fun Thanks

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  70. Glad you're feeling better! Really cool scraps, both piles!! Have a great day!!

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  71. Lovely colors. Either gift would be fun. I am doing more miniature quilts now and they would be a nice additional boost in the cuttings bin.

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  72. The two scrap bags are my kinda colors.....and I don’t have to agonize over what goes with what....they obviously are happy together already! Yup either would be a great as my main stash is a bazillion Mike’s away from me right now. And where is I am is a batik and modern fabric Mecca....and I am a 30’s and CW doggie darn it.....anyway!

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  73. Hahahaha. Typos left and right.....

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  74. I would love the strips to add to my collection of scrap strips in those colors

    Cheryl

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  76. So sorry your New Year started out on a flu note...

    Oh, yes, please and thank you so much for your generous give aways! I actually just pulled out a pattern for triangles and I’m LOVING those pictures. They would look beautiful with the background I have picked out from the Pheasant Hill line. I’m a KT nut for sure!!

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  77. Thank you so much for your giveaway!I just found 2 doll cradles and either one would be perfect.Since KCT are my favorite, that is always a plus!

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  78. Yes please. LOL... would love to have either I just love your fabrics. Thanks for the fun,.
    jenellejb at aol dot com

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  79. WOWeee; I like your House cleaning!!! Scraps, scraps, more scraps-never can have too many scraps! :) vicky DeCheck

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  80. I'd LOVE to have those Triangle scraps...I have the perfect project in mind...and like they say....one man's junk is another man's TREASURE!!!

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  81. I would love to win either set of scraps. I make a lot of small scrappy quilts so I like small pieces and variety. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  82. Either set would be welcome and used. I've been making the blockhead blocks and bits and pieces fit right in. Thanks. So sorry about the flu, it really is taking its toll here too.

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  83. I'd prefer the bag of strips leftover from the ends of bindings, Jelly Rolls and Honey Buns. Thanks.

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  84. I would love to win the strips. I used most of mine for christmas make up bags for all the girls in my life. I only have a hand full left. :(

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  85. triangles and strips pretty much define my quilting life ... thanks for the opportunity!

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  86. I am making both a scrap quilt using triangles of all sizes and a string quilt also using wonderful scraps. I would be happy to make use of either one of your generous donations.

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  87. 2018 - Let it be a wonderful year. The strips of your great fabric would be so much fun. Thank you for all of your inspiration.

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  88. Either would be a welcomed treasure! So glad you are feeling better! I am trying like crazy to keep us all well. Fingers crossed with Lysol wipes in hand! Blessed so far.

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  89. I can't decide as I love them both! Either one I'd be happy to have! Thanks! Dolores from Michigan

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  90. Either group would be fun! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  91. Oh, I love Turnovers, and you are one of the few designers that puts them out in your fabric lines. I'd be happy to help you clean those scraps out of your studio!

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  92. Would love to add either one to my scrap collection. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  93. I would be very happy w/either set. I'm always drawn to your color preferences. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  94. Oh my word - wouldn't that be a wonderful start to the year - the best of both worlds - Kansas City fabric and HST's for me please!

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  95. I would love to have your scraps! I'd be thrilled to have either!

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