Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Winner & Giveaway

KT Winner

Congratulations to this week's winner of my new Star Cluster pattern.

lou -I hope to finish some of my UFOs; there are several projects calling to me. Also I need to work on our taxes, getting information organized to go to our tax preparer. I really like your "Star-Cluster" quilt. This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing this. 
Lou, please email your shipping address to lynne@ktquilts.com. Let us know if you want a printed copy or digital PDF of the pattern. Robert will happily take care of it.
I'm glad to hear many of you are excited to join me for the Star Cluster quilt-a-long in April. We're still waiting on the new Through the Years fabric, but it should be arriving this week. Always so fun to see the UPS truck back up to the door with loads of goodies from Moda. As soon as it arrives, Joy will be cutting kits for Star Cluster plus kits for Sew What, fat quarters, fat eighths, etc.

Here's my adorable little spool quilt, Sew What, pieced with a Through the Years charm pack.


I have one started - just for me - as soon as I'm done with my market checklist. Yes, even though Spring Quilt Market has been cancelled, we're all rushing to meet deadlines for the Moda playbook (catalog), designing quilts, writing patterns and sending kits to our quilters. No doubt there will be lots of quilt-talk going on in mid-May, even if we can't get together in Pittsburgh. Watch for peeks of my new line, Bittersweet Lane, and the quilts we're making with it.

To celebrate the new Through the Years fabric collection arriving SOON, I'm giving away a Through the Years charm pack and mini charm. How much fun could you sew with that? Comment to win. See you next Tuesday.



60 comments:

  1. I have at least 20 KT charm packs that I have collected throughout the years. This giveaway has me thinking how I could use them all in one quilt?!? Thanks for this chance, Lynne.

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  2. Have always loved your fabric designs abd recently have been trying your layered patchwork system

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  3. Love the spool quilt! And I love your fabrics!
    Sandy A

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  4. I adore the spool quilt! I could have lots of fun with the charm pack! My sister would love a wall hanging of spools for her new sewing room!!

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  5. I really like the name Through The Years. I have been making snow ball blocks with my charm packs and make table toppers. Fast and easy.

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  6. I'm working on curtains for my kitchen in various Kansas Troubles collections. The charm pack would fit nicely with that project.

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  7. I love the mini charms for snowball blocks. No need to cut all the 2.5 in squares. Lately I have been using charm packs a lot for donation quilts.

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  8. I would love to win! I'm finally at a point where I can spend the entire day quilting.

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  9. I love your Little Spools quilt. Small quilts have always been my favorites. I would love to win the fabric packs!

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  10. The spool quilts great with the addition of the pincushion block. Would love to win the fabric packs to make it. Now if only my cat Diva would stop making a bed on all my UFOs I could get more done and be ready for this project!

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  11. So sad that quilt market has been cancelled but completely understand! Charms and mini charms are always so much fun to sew with---so many great pattern ideas out there for both. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  12. I too love collecting charm packs by the same designer. Perhaps soon is time to make a quilt of each.

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  13. Like the pattern and fabrics. Would like to try your technique. Sad things are being shut down and cancelled. Praying this will soon pass.

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  14. Gorgeous fabrics! I could have a lot of fun with the charms and mini charms. Love the spool quilt. Thank you.

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  15. I love your little Sew What spools quilt! I would love to make one of those.

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  16. Looking forward to another wonderful fabric line. Thank you for your generosity.

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  17. Another pattern for my To Do list, your Spool quilt. And I love it’s name Sew What. Charms are already cut at a popular measurement so 1 step done & closer to sitting down at my machine. Plus the fact that your design lines blend any leftovers will join with another fabric pattern.

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  18. Sew excited for the new fabric line. Thanks for the generous giveaway of this pretty fabric.

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  19. Your Spool quilt is wonderful. I like that there is a pincushion in it.

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  20. The Spool Quilt is on my to-do list. Love KT fabrics and patterns.

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  21. The Little Spool quilt is adorable, this is one I need to make!

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  22. Your little spool quilt is simply adorable....now on my wish list! And I love the timelessness of all the KT fabrics and patterns. I don't love trendy -- I love timeless! Thanks for creating projects that we can love as much 30 years from now as we do today when we make them.

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  23. I love the little spool quilt, Sew What. I don't have many charms but would like to try Through the Years and make Sew What.

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  24. I've always loved your fabric, but my local quilt shop leans more toward the modern feel so they don't carry yours, so it would be super to win.

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  25. I have always wanted to make a spool quilt and how fun it would be to use your charm and mini charm packs to make it!!
    Can't wait to see your new Bittersweet Lane fabric,something to look forward to during this stressful time! Thank You. Carmen

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  26. I love the mini spools! Great idea for the newly-painted sewing room wall. I'm thinking these packs would be good for a piano bench I'd like to make.

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  27. Love your colors regardless of which charm pack or yardage I have or will get in the future. I want to work on some smaller projects to get the sense of accomplishment faster !!

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  28. The spools quilt is so cute, especially the little pin cushion! I love all the KT fabric collections.

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  29. My daughter and I have been busy turning scraps into mask. Some of them are KTQ fabrics. Stay safe everyone!!

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  30. I love the colors in this collections!

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  31. Love a spool quilt, one day I will get around to doing one.... could this be the day? Thanks for the chance.

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  32. Just this week I organized my stash of charm and mini-charm packs, many of which are Kansas Troubles fabrics. I would love to add these Through the Years charm and mini-charms and combine them into a fantastic project!

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  33. The spool quilt with the pincushion is so cute. Everyone stay safe, healthy and sew on.

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  34. I love your spool quilt. I can see that bringing smiles every time I see it. Hmmm. What pretty fabrics for the give a way. Thank you for being so generous.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  35. I think I would have to see these packs to decide what I would make. I want to make the spool quilt, so perhaps I would use them in it. Whatever I decide to make, with your fabric, it will be beautiful!

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  36. I love having some fabric from each of your lines- wanting to make a scrap quilt using all of them

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  37. I love that spool quilt, especially with the pincushion!

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  38. I really like your spool quilt : ) I'm inspired! Thank you for generously offering another giveaway.

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  39. Thank you for another great giveaway! I love the Sew What quilt!

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  40. I would love to sew a table runner with that. I love that collection!

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  41. What quilter wouldn't love to make a miniature spool quilt for their own wall. I know there are many quilters like me who gift most of what I make. Your new line sounds wonderful and I love the name!

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  42. I would have TONS of fun with those lovely packs!

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  43. I love, love KT fabrics! I have 2 quilts that I am saving my KT stash for!

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  44. Can't wait until your new line comes out.

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  45. A very inviting line of fabric Lynn. I have several books for small quilts and charm quilts. I've been wanting to do a small quilt for a change (from queen to twin are my latest finishes!). I think this would be lovely in one of those picks.

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  46. I love the Spool Quilt! The charm packs Through the Years would be so fun to work into a quilt! Sorry Spring Market has been cancelled.

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  47. I love spool quilts and especially this one with the clever addition of the tomato pincushion! Nice idea! Stay healthy!

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  48. I love spool patterns. Charms and mini charms are always loved

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  49. These day, it's even better to get something in the mail, UPS, FedEx☺️
    Looks like you've been staying busy. I love your Spool Quilt and would sew love to win the charm/mini pack.

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  50. Oh I like that charm pack and mini charm. I'm working on a Monterrey Medallion quilt in Kansas Troubles. It's still in progress, but coming along.

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  51. It's a cheerful moment to read your blog. Something positive to focus on, fabric & sewing! The spool quilt is very cute and would look great on the wall in my sewing room!

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  52. What a nice way to brighten someone's day, thank you for all you are doing right now!

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  53. Your fabrics are among my favorites to use in special quilt projects. Thank you.

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  54. Thank goodness for the Internet. I am so grateful to be able to stay caught up with my virtual quilting friends!

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  55. I would love to have more of your fabric - your fabric is a go-to for me - love the colors! I can think of several different things I could make with the charm and mini charm. Thank you for your generosity.

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  56. During this time of world turmoil, I am working harder than ever in my family practice. My sewing room is packed as my husband is finishing the basement for my new sewing studio. But, my stress relief is sewing so he is gracious enough to let me take over the kitchen table so I can distract my medical mind from all the COVID updates with small sewing projects on the weekends. I love your fabrics , patterns, and creativeness. Thanks for offering a spot for me to poke in and check on the sewing world.

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  57. Lynn I have always loved your fabric, I have a king size sampler quilt on my bed right now, I just love it! I think I would try and find a pattern that had some prairie points around the boarder.

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  58. Congratulations on your new collection! I would love to give those two packs a home. Thank you for offering.

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