Tuesday, February 4, 2020

KT Winner...and another Giveaway

KT Winner

Jean -I retreat at least twice a year, once away from home and once locally where I am at "camp" and go home to my own bed every night. Both are sponsored by my quilt guild, Gold Coast Quilters Guild of Boca Raton, FL. We have 50 quilters at each and have a great time!
 
Sounds like a lovely time, Jean. So glad you've found your group to quilt with at retreats. And, congratulations! You've won a KT Through the Years charm pack, available in quilt shops in March. Maybe it will be the start of your next retreat project.
 

Cleaning, Packing, Wishing

I've talked a bit about my new studio construction project, but with the weather this winter, there's not much new to report. Between incomplete materials deliveries and muddy roads so bad that I can't even get out in my Jeep, the delays just keep on coming. So, I've taken a deep breath (many, in fact) and resigned myself to the fact that this is one project I can't control. It will be done when it's done. A practice in patience. Something I'm still working on. In the meantime, I'm trying to organize, pack, and purge in my existing sewing room. Every time I get a new fabric line in, I have to find space for it. (I know, you're wondering "What's the problem?") Here's where I'm storing past flat folds.

Fabric on the floor.
Just last September, all the fabric I had brought home fit nicely on this rack. Now, a bunch of tans fell down behind the rack because the pile was too tall. Oh well. Hope I don't need those anytime soon.

Current fabric & WIP on the floor.
This is the new Sweet Holly Christmas line I'm playing with now. There are several other pieces - somewhere. Actually, some of the worst spots in my sewing room I can't get a picture of because I can't stand far enough away. I feel like it could all come crashing down around me at any time. Help!

Stacks of books, baskets of precuts, more stuff.
I try to keep extra JR strips, charm squares, etc together in baskets so if I need a small scrap, I can go to that basket. Those baskets all used to have a spot on my shelves. Now, too many baskets and not enough shelves. It's time for more space.
 

Giveaway

So, I'm offering to share the leftover parts from some of the KT Favorites III and Milestones projects with you. Please, please, take them off my hands before I feel compelled to sort through all the triangles and squares and strips. There's even a pile of sewn half square triangles (lower right corner) of unknown origin. Yikes!


Comment to win this box full of fun scraps. I'd love to know what you would do with it. Sort it? Sew the triangles together into HST? Cut it into smaller units? I'll post the winner February 14th.

128 comments:

  1. A friend and I plan on making your Milestones Quilt that is in the current edition of the Block book from Missouri Star. There are several other patterns of yours that I want to make too. Any scraps would help with any of the projects.

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  2. When i go in the quilting shop, looking for material I always buy remnants and scraps. I love the colors of your scraps, they speak to me. I would love to win them..
    Thank you for sharing...

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  3. Oh, what a wonderful giveaway! I think a lovely table square could be made with those. I just ordered your February special on Saturday and I get those scraps might be useful for the applique button on squares. I love how all your lines of fabric coordinate and you can mix and match them. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  4. Thanks for a great giveaway! It is so hard to sort through and get rid of anything crafty. I always come up with an excuse to keep it. Now I have 6 granddaughters that I'm teaching so they are my excuse to keep it!

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  5. What a treasure! I'd make a lovely cozy KT quilt and a few mini quilts with the leftovers. I would also share with a friend who makes a beautiful charity quilt each retreat by pulling scraps from her endless supply of her giant size ziploc bag. They are always stunning! We give the too small leftovers to a friend who makes beds for the local animal shelter. They would be well used and well loved.

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  6. Would use to make "as the wind blows" using those half square triangles for a cousins wedding gift and sort the rest to see what other KT projects could be made. Thanks for letting us help you!!

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  7. At this point, as I’m in a temporary rental while looking for a new house, I would sort through and dream of what they could become! Then, when I am settled, I would be thrilled to put together some tablerunners and quilts with the help of these beauties!

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  8. Oh what a fun like of scraps! The strips I would use for log cabin blocks. The triangles I would see together to make HSTs and the squares would most likely become 4 patches.

    Hope the weather gets better and your studio is done in no time flat!
    Sandy A

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  9. I would love any scraps you want to give away- I would make a crazy log cabin throw quilt using the 1/2 square triangles as the center and the rest of your fabric as the strips- I'd call it Kansas Crazy!!! Have a great day

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  10. Love the fabrics and would make half square triangles...love them and would make them into a wall hanging...maybe some other options after sorting through all that beautiful fabric!

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  11. I love all your fabrics and to get a sack full of your scraps would be awesome. I would combine them with some of your fabric that is already in my stash and make a gorgeous quilt using one of your patterns. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  12. I would love the scraps and would use them to make a civil war quilt. Your fabrics are perfect for that. My DH bought we a longarm machine for Christmas so now I can even finish my UFOs!

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  13. I want to pass along my love of quilting to my granddaughters and daughter-in-law and would not only split these with them but would also teach them how to use them to make squares for quilts.

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  14. You always have such wonderful giveaways. I've had my eye on some of the smaller quilts/table toppers in her books and the scraps would fit in beautifully. Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  15. I love to sew with someone else's scraps! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  16. It would be wonderful to use these scraps to make a quilt for my brand new great nephew, Maverick who was born on Sunday. Thanks for a chance. laura84watt(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. OMG! It would be so much fun to organize your quilt studio for you! Too bad I don't live close enough to volunteer to do it... then you could be off doing all those creative things you do that generate all these wonderful scraps! I see at least 20 new quilts (miniatures) in that pile!

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  18. I always like to have new scraps to mix in with my old ones. I have several scrap quilts in the works so they would fit right in.

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  19. I love the scraps. I think they would make a beautiful nine patch on point and maybe some wonky stars with any scraps left over. I love your fabric colors and patterns. Thank you for the opportunity to win some.

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  20. Oh how funny! My nephew just got new bookshelves to store his ever-growing book collection. He had books in pile on the floor--just like your fabric! I just had to laugh at the similarity of collection issues! I would love to take some fabric off your hands!

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  21. I want to start a triple Irish chain and these fabrics would be wonderful for that!! Love fabric, love scrap fabric!!

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  22. I love scraps! My friend gives me hers but they aren't as beautiful as yours! I love all Kansas Troubles fabrics and would love to win your scraps, that would be so special.

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  23. Oh my I think scraps are soooo much better than going to
    the store to buy larger pieces - there are soooo many
    possibilities in a box of scraps - would love to win that
    box of lovely fabric..
    thanks for the fun giveaway
    MaryLou

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  24. I'd sort them & add them to your pattern projects I have planned!

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  25. Expanding your studio is a nice problem to have. Think of the end results! I would be happy to take those troubles away from you and create a table topper.

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  26. Lovely scraps are always welcome

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  27. Thank you for doing this giveaway! I am doing a scrappy Irish Chain all out of my Kansas Troubles scraps from over the years, so I would add some of the scraps to that and also make some table runners for my living room!
    Nancy
    eddnancy@msn.com

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  28. I love small scraps for cute little scrap quilts and I do a lot of fusible applique projects so more variety of scraps would be so welcome. Thanks for a chance to win, your fabrics are my favorites and so beautiful!

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  29. I Love Scraps!! I would sort them, pet them, and dream about what they will become. Then I will add them to ongoing projects!! Thanks!!

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  30. KT colors are in my cupboards and often go into bed quilts, which is pretty much what I like to make. Pam Buda's half and quarter squares as well as Cindy Pages project in NC. Always two projects going on at a time....Your designs are delightful!

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  31. I understand how you feel about your sewing room. Mine is worse! Bur I still love it. Fabric is within reach at all times!

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  32. I am planning to start the current Blockhead 3 quilt and all these scraps would be added to my Kansas Trouble scraps to make this quilt.

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  33. I get it about your storage problem, currently switching to clear storage bins so I can see whats in them. Currently doing your 20 years BOM with LQS and yor mystery box, can always use more fabric!

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  34. What a lovely offer! Thank you for the chance ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  35. OMG! I know how hard it is to toss away scraps! I hang on to every bit, especially my beautiful KT fabrics. I have plans for a quilt using my scraps too using a lot of HSTs. Just waiting for the pile to grow a little larger for more variety. I drolled over your collection! You could always send them my way!

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  36. To win your scraps would be like Christmas!! Not sure what I would make. I would study them a while and search for just the right project. Your fabrics are lovely, so whatever I decided on would surely be beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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  37. I have been itching to make a scrappy pineapple quilt with your fabulous fabrics. I am sure that this batch of scraps would lend itself greatly to that project. Thanks for thinking of us!

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  38. Oh I love scraps, especially KT ones! I would add these to the ones I have to make something beautiful and scrappy. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. Oh, I would love that pile of half squares as that's a class I'll be teaching in March. Good luck with the construction!!!

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  40. I'm all about scrappy and those squares would become HST's for sure. I have an Ocean Waves quilt on my bucket list and that will take a lot of triangles to accomplish.

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  41. I just now got all my yardage sorted after a move so need to get around to scraps next. A few more would work in easily.

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  42. I have been able to put some fabrics from 3 rooms to 1 room since my granddaughter moved in to go to school near me. The extra bedroom is stuffed with clear plastic boxes of "by now I have no idea things". I feel your pain but love your fabrics and have one shelf for the monthly one of yours I signed up for when you were in Benton, Arkansas

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  43. I have a quilt to make on my bucket list. I want to make a king size HST quilt using only KT scraps.

    KT fabrics are my all time favorite and I have been using them for years. They are also a favorite of the Quilt Shop I go to -- including a monthly Quilt Club. I would be over the top if I were selected to this great give away.

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  44. While visiting your shop in Bennington last summer I was intrigued by your layering technique and purchased three of your books on that subject. Now that the holidays are over I want to start learning and practicing this technique to use in some new projects. Would love to have KT scraps to practice on!

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  45. What a fun giveaway! I love your colors and love that no matter when I bought my fabric, the new stuff still matches. Practicing patience is difficult but your new space will be so worth it!

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  46. I would give these scraps to my husband. He collects KT fabric to have plenty of projects to do when he retires. Next year is his year! This would make a great Valentine's gift for him!

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  47. I’d love these scraps they would get along so great with all my KT scraps Since I was there last summer I’m so inspired to work on many of your patterns. It was the first time I tried your layered technique. I am enjoying the project I’m doing with that technique.

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  48. Having some KT scraps would be so great. I would add them to a jelly roll to make a quilt. Thank you.

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  49. I can not have too much KT fabric or scraps !! I realized that I love scrappy quilts. Not long ago I decided to start using a 1" border, usually a neutral color, then a scrappy 2 1/2" border, and a final 3" border to finish my scrappy quilts. A great way to use extra fabric !

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  50. I would love these. Working on scrappy quilts. I would separate by the cuts such as squares, HST, and strips then I would play with the cuts to come up with a design. I love your fabrics and always looking forward to the next great book and fabric designs.

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  51. KT fabrics are my go to fabric. Just finished a book shelf quilt with all of my scraps from KT. There are so many things you can do with your fabrics because they are blend so well together. I think I would make a new quilt for myself.

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  52. I'd love to make some placemats and matching runner with your scraps!! I'm sure I can create something pretty awesome!

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  53. I love making mini quilts! That is what I would do with those wonderful scraps, if I were to win. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  54. I would make either a mini quilt or placemats with this luscious fabric!

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  55. Eventually I would make a scrappy quilt but before that I would have to fondle the fabric for a while because I love all things Kansas Troubles

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  56. They would make a lovely quilt! Thanks for the chance.

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  57. I would sort it first with all my other KT Fabric! Then I would look for the perfect pattern.

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  58. I don't know what I would do with these scraps of fabric. Probably admire it and pet it and just dream. Thanks for the opportunity to win your beautiful fabrics.

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  59. I have making table runners for tables in my living room and kitchen on my "to do" list and this would be the perfect impetus to get them done sooner, rather than later!

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  60. Sew would luv scrappies to make up charity totebag all fun pieced for "ReachToRecovery" cancer sewing project been part of for 20 years

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  61. Because I love Kansas Troubles fabric so much, I will make the ultimate sacrifice and be more than happy to take your beautiful scraps off your hands. :-) I haven't started the Block Heads 3 quilt yet, so I would incorporate your scraps in those blocks.

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  62. I really like to sort things to keep them organized. then i pull them out when i need a certain something to add to a block. I have learned that using up the last bit of scraps makes for some beautiful creations.

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  63. I'd love to have your scraps, levfovers, whatever you'd like to part with. Scraps quilts are the best!

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  64. I would make some lovely pillows

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  65. Beautiful colors. I love your fabric.

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  66. I have 2 or 3 patterns that could use these triangles and squares. Great colors to add to mine.
    Marcia

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  67. I have a few patterns of yours that my friend and I have been wanting to start! This would add to our fun to use some of your scraps! :) Thanks!

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  68. I'm thinking a table runner would be nice. I just got EQ8 and I'm dreaming about making quilts. These could be the start of something beautiful!

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  69. I’m seeing another scrappy quilt using my KT stash along with these parts and pieces. I already have a couple of scrappy quilts using your fabrics that are my favorite—ready to add another to the stack.

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  70. I'd make quilt blocks with the fabrics and enjoy it! Have a great day!๐ŸŒž๐Ÿ„☔๐ŸŒปangielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom Good luck everyone!๐Ÿ…

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  71. these are lovely. thanks for sharing. i would make some placemats for my son/daughter in law. these are the colors of their dining room. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  72. I have a project going right now with all KTs fabrics so this scrap box would be a fantastic addition! ๐Ÿ’•Thanks!!

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  73. I love Wedgewood, thank you so much. I have lots of your fabric, I love the rich colors. I also love scraps and use them for scrappy quilts. I'm sure your odds and ends would end up in several quilts.

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  74. Ooh such lovely scraps. I sure could have fun with those. I would probably make mug rugs or placemats.

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  75. I would love the beautiful scraps to add to what I have to make some of your quilt patterns. I would like to make some placemats from these pieces. They would just be lovely!

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  76. Well my sewing is slow as full time job, therefore I'm a "collector of fabric".
    Time to put into paper bag & start putting for scrap pattern ... get me in groove to sew..fun times. Great that you sharing

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  77. They would be perfect for a charity quilt I do every year for a christian ministry camp fundraiser. The funds are used to give camp scholarships to kids who can't afford to come to camp.

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  78. I would love to have this collection. I have not been in my house for all most 11 months. I had a back up in my bath room that put 2inches of ugly poo and water in both bathrooms and my bedroom. They workers that came in 2 days after cut in to my walls that have asbestos and spread it all through the house. My sewing room is across the hall from bathroom. So I’m losing most all of my material plus all my KS troubles. I’m from KS so I have a lot. So I would use this material to make my first quilt back at home. I really miss my sewing room. Thanks for letting me tell my crazy story.

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  79. I would make the Through the Year Again wall hanging. I took my husband to your trunk show last July in Lancaster, PA. On the way home he said I should make this wall hanging and "email Lynne and tell her your husband said to use velcro instead of buttons." He was very adamant that I tell you this. So I'm finally letting you know his idea. :-)

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    1. Message received! Too funny that he's so adamant about it, but love that he's involved with your quilting life.

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  80. This box of scraps would be perfect for blockheads 3..that i am planning on starting ...cant wait to see your christmas fabric to add to my collection..

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  81. Oh my, I love scraps. It's amazing what all you can do with them!!!

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  82. Oh Wow!! So much fun it will be to open a box full of your wonderful fabric!!! Love all you do! What I would do with your scraps will be to make another table runner or two, the one I made years ago with your fabrics is getting a bit worn, so this sure would help in making another! Thanks for a chance to win!!!
    Carmen

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  83. I would love to win your scraps.. Just dreaming of the things I would make with them!

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  84. Oh the fun things you can come up with for scraps! Could get myself in a lot of trouble with these!! Don’t tell DH!! Lol!

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  85. Oh so much fun in that stack. I'd probably make some snowballs, maybe x's and o's.

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  86. Your pile inspires me to invent a new pattern, Kim Diehl style, with lots of different things going on : ) Thank you for this offer!

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  87. I would use them to make a scrappy border in one of my country quilts.

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  88. There are several scrappy KS Troubles patterns I could use those scraps for. The next one I would like to make is the 30 Something quilt.

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  89. The first thing I would do is hold it to think I won something from your own private stash!!! I woulf incorporate them into a scrappy quilt of some kind.

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  90. These fabrics would work perfectly with ones I'm using in this years Blockheads 3 project. Thanks for all you share, you are very inspiring!
    Bev

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  91. Hi there Lynne! I would make more cute little zipper bags and table toppers or mug mats with your pretty scraps! Remember, one quilters scraps are another quilters TREASURE!! ❤️��

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  92. So fun! Yes, I would use those triangles as leaders and Enders. ๐Ÿ˜‰ your fabrics have been my favorite and my go to for many, many years!! Thanks for a fun giveaway.

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  93. I’d mix them up with all my KT scraps and make a gorgeous quilt!
    Kansas Troubles fabrics are my favorite fabrics!

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  94. Lynne I would love to add them into my current bom that is using you fabric line ...as well a second quilt for a gift

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  95. Can I just scream “Me! Me! It has to be ME!” My home needs those scraps!! I want to make a scrappy quilt, have saved all of my KT scraps from day one but don’t have quite enough yet. These would sure help me put together a lap sized quilt! Seriously... thank you for the opportunity of having those fabric scraps sent to my home. God bless you and keep you!

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  96. Oh mercy! I want to help out so send all those scraps my way! And praying your muddy roads dry up so you can get out!

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  97. I absolutely love your fabrics! I tried to quilt "modern" but that's just not me! I would put the fabric in a Little Britches quilt.

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  98. Your fabric lines never go out of style!! Oh to have those scraps to put with your other fabrics in my stash, heavenly!!! They could become very friendly!!

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  99. I'm a scraper! Forget yardage, give me pieces! I truly love creating, it's mindless sewing with scraps! I make mug rugs, placemats, table runners, etc.
    Thanks for the giveaway. glynette74atgmaildotcom

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  100. How fortuitous! I'm working on a pattern named Attic Treasure by Ellen Graf using a few different KT lines but Oak Haven is the star of the show so far. These scraps would coordinate beautifully! Good luck with the new space!

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  101. I would use them in a 2nd sampler quilt like that I am currently working on. I am already using KT fabric and this would fit perfectly with what I already have.

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  102. My motto is never let a scrap go to waste! Consequently, I have a KTQ project box as a gathering place for left over pieces. I do save pieces from projects and find I needed a dedicated box for just KTQ scraps. I'd love to add this lot. Thanks in advance.

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  103. I am working on 2 kt quilts. One is a stash buster pattern by border creek quilts and the other is using the tiny scraps making 3/4 inch hexagons using the epp method. I have been a fan from the beginning and would love to have these to add to my quilts.

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  104. I was in a quilt shop 3 months ago and saw this lonely light cabin quilt kit marked down several times on a clearance shelf. Couldn't leave it, so I bought it picturing it next to the fireplace on a cabin bed. But alas the quilt is not big enough. I would use the fabrics to complete it to fit. It would be awesome.

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  105. I made my very first quilt after watching you use your Five and Dime ruler! Thanks to you and your video, I love quilting! And I love your fabric. It has always been one of my favorites! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  106. When I started quilting I only made lap quilts. Then I “graduated” to bed quilts. But just recently I’ve found mini quilts! Wow! Why did I wait so long to try them! These scraps would be wonderful to play with. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  107. I love scraps, so much variety! Scrappy Mini quilts are fun and fast!

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  108. I feel your pain with not enough space for fabric. I have part of a small room that's shared with a computer and genealogy research and other miscellaneous activities. My fabric is on a book shelf, in several stacks behind a chair, and on a few shelves in the closet.
    I'd love to give your fabric scraps a home and put them into a quilt. I'd want to look at them before deciding how to use them. For sure they would go into a scrappy quilt or two or three. Thanks so much for offering them.

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  109. OMG! I love tiny scraps. If I got my hands on these, I'd try my best to put them in many, many quilt tops. Good luck with your reorg project. It's not an easy thing to accomplish but so worth it when it's done ... or so I've heard!

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  110. Oh my what fun I could have putting these treasures into something special, from Lynne's leftovers...what a special quilt that would be!

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  111. I think it's a good beginning to a scrappy quilt. Have lots of similar pieces to add to yours

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  112. Humm - my comment comes up unknown ---Cindy Bartels

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  113. I would love sorting through your scraps. I have been doing primitive scrap quilts lately, so they would be a great addition!
    Thanks for the chance, Lynne M.

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  114. As most quilters I am a fabric hoarder. The more variety the better. I absolutely love your fabric and it's the primary fabric I work with. Attended last year's retreat. Wish I could attend this year but circumstances just don't permit. Hopefully you will have it again next year.

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  115. I would love to own some of your scraps. Can't wait to see if I win - they would be a great addition to my fabric stash.

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  116. I’m obsessed with Kansas Troubles. I’ve bought everything I can get. Am looking forward to a visit to your shop. Whether I win your stash or not I’ve been a winner every time I work with your fabric.




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  117. I would love to take your scraps off your hands! My sister & I were in your shop for the first time in August. We shopped for two hours and could have spent longer. We both LOVE Kansas Troubles fabric & patterns! Thanks, Lynn

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  118. Since I love all of your fabric (it's my favorite to play with), I can think of a lot of different things I could make with those scraps. I just got a brand new distressed-look chest that I would love to make a runner for -- for starters. And I'm sure I can come up with something for any of the scraps that are left after that.

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  119. I would incorporate those scraps into the Moda Blockheads 3 quilt I'm making for the guest bed, because KT fabrics match pretty much my whole house!

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  120. I would have to look at it, sort it and pet it first. Then I would make into a quilt for myself. I've given away every quilt I've ever made!

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  121. Please pick me. I'm one of those people who never win everything. I am a die hard KT fan. That's about all I use in my quilting. Always such beautiful lines.

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  122. Who wouldn't want to win these fabrics. Love KT fabrics. You can send them my way

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  123. I love the way all of your lines work together. I rarely buy several fabrics in one line, but love them all. It is great to use a little of left over older fabrics with the newest. Would love to work with the pieces you show to see what I get.

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  124. I'm interested in the string of hearts, the first mini of several. I attended a class of yours when you came to pigeon forge several years ago. I really enjoyed it. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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