Monday, September 3, 2018

KT September Special

Huggable Quilts & Country Road Flannel

Are you ready to start a new fall project? How about something quick & easy perfect for holiday gift-giving? Our Huggable quilts are the fastest way to whip up a soft, cuddly quilt in a weekend - or less. Start with our Country Road Flannel Layer Cakes & charm packs to create raw edge quilts that you quilt-as-you-go. Sandwich 2 Layer Cakes for the front and back, embellish with charm squares, stitch thru all layers, sew the blocks together with precut pinked edges exposed on the back for cuddly softness. With no quilting expense, you'll save time & money. Enjoy!

Cuddle Up, Huggable, Snuggle Me flannel quilts with no batting.

All three of the Huggable projects are on sale thru September. 
Each kit includes the Huggable booklet and FREE shipping! 
To find them on our website at ktquilts.com, click HERE.

KT Winner

Congratulations to the winner of my fall scrap bag. Sounds like Sandra will put them to good use.

sandra - Help! I am doing the 2nd Blockhead and need some more of KT scraps. I did the Blockhead 1 all in KT fabric and am doing the 2nd one but oh oh gonna need some more with these bigger blocks. Would love to be the recipient of your scraps. Thank you for the chance.
Comment this week to win a HUGE box of flannel scraps. I have to finish my summer cleaning (read "purge") soon or it will turn into winter cleaning! 


40 comments:

  1. I like all 3 quilts, but Cuddle Up is my favorite. I often use flannel on the backs of my quilts. It would fun to make an all flannel quilt.

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  2. Love the idea of not using batting with a flannel quilt. I've only done that once and it made a very soft baby quilt that was warm.

    Sandy A

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  3. I was just gifted a quilt that a friend started and am going to need some additional fabric to finish it up. Your scraps would work great.

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  4. Just today, I was desperately searching through my stash for flannel to use for quilt as you go blocks that I need to get finished. Since I only came up with enough for a few blocks, your scraps would be just what I need.

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  5. Oh, a flannel quilt would be so cuddly and warm! Thank you for a chance to win some of your beautiful scraps!

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  6. I love Cuddle Up! I’ve never made a flannel quilt but I sure would love to!

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  7. I just LOVE the new Country Road flannels. I bought several pieces to make a warm and cozy winter quilt it is so refreshing to find flannels that are not just plaids or solids and yours are over the top pretty! I can't wait to snuggle under mine this winter!

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  8. j'aime les trois couettes, et la flanelle est si douce, j'aime beaucoup la travailler!!!!

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  9. mon message est parti trop vite je n'ai pas mis mon nom!!!!j'aime beaucoup les trois couettes, et la flanelle est si douce, j'aime bien la travailler!!

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  10. I just love the softness of flannel and finding it in KT patterns and colors is wonderful! Would love to be able make a quilt using them.

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  11. Good luck with that cleaning. I never finished my spring cleaning, so now I’m calling it fall cleaning. What the heck. I’d rather be quilting.

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  12. I’m cutting up used denim jeans for a quilt & flannel patches would mix well in my plan. Thanks for cleaning your area, let me know when you can come help me.

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  13. I am a flannel-holic. It is my favorite type of fabric to make quilts with. Add that to the fact that it is Kansas Troubles and I am ecstatic. It's the best of both worlds. Would love to have your scraps!

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  14. Scraps? Scraps? No such thing! Those are just little pieces of a beautiful thing! Looks like a bunch of fun to this girl! Of course I put a little KT into everything! LOL! ❤❤

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  15. Enjoy your fabrics!! I'd love to win some.

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  16. Love the quilts. I make flannel quilts all the times. They become the favorites of the grandkids and are hauled around until they fall apart. Thanks.

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  17. I've never made a flannel quilt before but it sounds really warm and cozy!

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  18. Around our house, it's the flannel quilts that are most often chosen to snuggle in even though they're not as intricate as others. Love the quilt as you go & raw edges!
    basaran.family (at) rogers.com

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  19. Those cuddle up quilts look fun to make! (and snuggle into!)

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  20. Oh My! That would be a treat. Thanks.

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  21. I have never made a flannel quilt - but may have to give it a try - look so cozy

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  22. I would love to win flannel scrapes! The next quilt on my list is a KT flannel. I want to try the way you suggested and not use batting. WI winter, here I come....

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  23. Flannel is fabulous to work with and when you quilt it your stitches just sink in and disappear. It is also great to give you that wool look without the wool.

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  24. Eleanor Kay HunzingerSeptember 4, 2018 at 9:02 AM

    Please enter me for a chance to win your wonderful flannel scraps.

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  25. These quilts look so cozy. Would love to win some of your scraps.

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  26. Winning these scraps would be a big boost to my Quilt Guild's Charity Quilts. Among others we do quilts for Linus Project, Ozanam Home, and several local hospitals. Your weekend quilts with no batting will be perfect for this.

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  27. I am hoping to make my first flannel quilt as a Christmas gift.....these would be wonderful to have on hand...thanks for the chance to win...cmberry@lsu.edu

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  28. I am so ready for cooler weather and soft flannel quilts. I could sure use your box of scraps!!! I love the idea of your soft and cozy flannel quilts. Can't wait to make one! My great granddaughter will love it!!

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  29. I need a new flannel quilt. I've only kept one flannel quilt that I've made so it's time to make another keeper. I always back baby quilts with flannel to make them extra cuddly.

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  30. Beautiful soft flannel turns my thoughts to fall, my favorite season. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  31. I have a friend who is wheelchair bound. I would love to make her a flannel lap quilt using your fabulous scraps.

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  32. While most of the year our temps are not too chilly here in Arizona, we do need warm quilts here in the winter when it can get down in the 30s at night! Thank you for the chance to win some flannels!

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  33. There is definitely a fall feel in the air here in Idaho. I love flannels!! Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your beautiful flannel scraps!

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  34. I have been wanting to make a flannel quilt and your scraps would be perfect! Thank you!

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  35. It will be cold weather before we know it, and flannel sounds wonderful! Thanks for a chance to win. I love your color s!

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  36. Flannel scraps sound lovely. I'm looking forward to weather cool enough for flannel, and a flannel quilt will be perfect. Thanks for generous giveaway!

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  37. Love scrappy flannel quilts. Would love to have your scraps for the next one. Thanks!

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  38. There's nothing cozier than a flannel blanket/quilt when cold weather comes. Your flannels are lovely!

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  40. Quiltshopemails@gmail.comOctober 3, 2018 at 6:32 AM

    I am jumping out of my comfort zone �� and making my very first "rustic" looking quilt using your KCT Country Roads flannels. I tend to stick with very blight fabrics, Moda, Riley Blake, Coriander, Me & My Sister etc.
    I am very excited to get started on my version of a Code Talker quilt being taught by JoAnn Lamb here in San Diego county. I would love to win your box of scraps to get my new collection off to a great start.

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