Monday, July 6, 2020

KT Winner & Giveaway

KT Winner

Congratulations to the winner of our Cabin Sweet Cabin charm digital pattern and Christmas Cabin Honey Bun digital pattern. The goods go to:

Nancy L - I just ordered my first honey bun for a pineapple quilt, also a first. I love Kansas Troubles fabric and would love to make these quilts.

Nancy, please send your email address to lynne@ktquilts.com. Robert will send the PDF patterns to you ASAP.

Christmas is Going Fast!

Joy is cutting kits for our new Sweet Holly Christmas projects as fast as she can. We're running out of some of the fabrics already, so if you're interested in any of these kits, please order now. We'll have to start substituting borders later this week.

Christmas Cabin lap quilt

Christmas Cabin starts with a Honey Bun for easy cutting and piecing. The star of the show is the candy cane print for the block center. So sweet!

Shine Bright - Christmas lap quilt
A Jelly Roll makes Shine Bright so easy to piece. The sparkling stars make the Christmas prints shine.


Evergreen lap quilt
Evergreen is perfect for the holidays - and all winter long -  with a forest of trees surrounding a sky full of shining stars. A Sweet Holly Layer Cake offers plenty of Christmas scrappiness.

Comment for a chance to win this basket full of Sweet Holly scraps. Giveaway ends Friday, July 10th.


130 comments:

  1. How wonderful! Scraps are always welcome in my sewing room to use for small applique projects.

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  2. Beautiful quilts! Would love the scraps!

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  3. Scraps of KT are like a box of chocolate covered cherries. ..yummy to the last one❤

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    1. I'm not crazy about chocolate covered cherries, but dark chocolate cashews are another story...

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  4. Ooooooo your fabric always inspire me. I love this line.

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  5. I would love to make something with your Sweet Holly Scraps.

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  6. Would love to make great use of these!!!

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  7. I do love log cabin quilts and yours is beautiful! I'd be more than happy to add the basket full of scraps to my stash.

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    1. Scraps are the best - until you're overrun with them. I love sharing.

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  8. Love the Shine Bright quilt. I can see it made in reds and blues for a patriotic quilt as well!

    Sandy A

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    1. Shine Bright America is one of the options in the pattern. I love red,tan,blue too!

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  9. scraps can be and ARE beautiful and so much fun!

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  10. SCRAPS ! I love making scrappy quilts.

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    1. Me too! sometimes it's hard sticking to just one fabric collection when I have so many good scraps.

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  11. I have had so much fun making several things using scraps or small pieces. I would love receiving more to use in Christmas projects -- it's time to get started.

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  12. I just finished a Five and Dime Quilt(which, of course, is beautiful!) and used scraps from the borders and backing to make table toppers for local charity. Love KT fabrics!

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  13. Would love to win! Your fabrics are a favorite

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  14. Another day close to at/above 90 degrees - can you send down some of those Christmas temperatures??? Please??

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    1. Gee, I wish. It's just as hot here with 100+ temps due all next week. Guess we'll just have to wait for Christmas to cool off.

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  15. Love the quilts - especially the Evergreen! Thank you for the fun giveaway!

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  16. The quilts are wonderful. I make quilts for my local family shelter and would love to have your scraps. Happy Monday

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  17. My favorite fabric ever. So please pick me.

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    1. The winner is picked by a random number generator. Good luck!

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  18. I love scraps!!They are more fun to me than yardage! What a fun giveaway!

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    1. Just wish I had more room to store it all. Is too much fabric a thing?

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  19. Fabric scraps are always fun to work with. Love the wooden Christmas Trees in front of the Christmas Cabin Quilt! Where did you find them? Thanks for the chance to win your scraps! HUGS... and stitches

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    1. I love the wooden trees, too! I found them both at Homegoods, a year apart. Such good luck.

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  20. Thank you for offering the scraps. I prefer using scraps over cutting from fat quarters or yardage. I think I would use these right up!

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  21. Evergreen is beautiful. Love the way the stars circle around and the trees look so peaceful. Thanks for the opportunity to win your fabulous scraps!

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    1. Evergreen is one of my favs this year,too. I like that it can stay out all winter long.

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  22. I love scraps, especially when they're Kansas Trouble!

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  23. Love, Love, Love your quilts. I have made one of your quilts before and I want to make more. Thank you for your giveaways. I will keep my fingers crossed.

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  24. Sweet Holly is so warm and cozy! I love that all of your designs from years past work so well together!

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    1. I'm making a log cabin block each year I have a Christmas collection. Should have a lap quilt soon!

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  25. Love your fabrics, and would love the scraps to add to the wonky star I am working on. I also really, really like the quilt pictured with the bucket and would like to have the pattern. Thank you for the chance to win!

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    1. The quilt behind the basket of scraps is from I Love 9-Patches by Martingale. There are about a dozen quilts from assorted Moda designers based on 9-patch blocks. It's a fun book.

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  26. A Tisket, A Tasket....I would dance with joy if I could win this basket. It's one of the great mysteries of Life---why someone else's scraps are soooo appealing! Thank you so much for the chance to win. Scraps are great but KT scraps are the BOMB!

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    1. I know what you mean. I love it when I get a bag of scraps from someone else, too. Go figure.

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  27. I just love your patterns and colors!!

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  28. Working with scraps is like doing a puzzle. Is it a 100 piece, 500 piece or 1000 piece puzzle? And now we see the final product. Scraps from all of your lines work will together.

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    1. Hadn't thought of it like that, but you're right. Except there isn't a picture to go by!

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  29. Ah ha, found the comment bar. Found your post on IG. Great blog can’t wait for coffee to be finished so I can browse ��

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  30. I just love scrap baskets! The possibilities are endless!!

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  31. New scraps are a great way to get inspired, would enjoy adding yours to mine. Thanks for the chance.

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  32. Scraps are SEW my thing. I love to make very large scrappy quilts. And your scraps would be amazing to add to my collection of scraps.

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    1. How fun! I have a scrappy project I've been working on for several years from scraps. It's the never-ending quilt.

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  33. I would love to play with your scraps! Love scrap quilts!

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  34. One of my favorite quilts ever and one of the first Big project I ever completed is the “Kansas Oregon Quilt Connection“. Lots of beautiful fall fabrics with pumpkins and cone flowers and a greats scrappy half square triangle border. It was a great learning experience and I still hang it every fall. So bring on more beautiful scraps.😊

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    1. Wow, that dates us both! Thanks for hanging with me for 20 years.

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  35. I love scraps, I save everything down to 1", they can be use in many things.

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  36. Oh, I would love some of these scraps. I love your fabric lines. They are gorgeous. Thanks

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  37. I love making quilts from scraps! The more the merrier!

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    1. Scrappy quilts are the best. They remind me of antique quilts.

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  38. My daughter has quickly used up most of my scraps! I would love another set :) I like seeing log cabin variations -- the Christmas Cabin is great!

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    1. Maybe your daughter needs to comment to win her own scraps! :)

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  39. I Love Scraps!! I love making String blocks, in between other projects.

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    1. I did Spider Web string block years ago and started another. I wonder where those blocks are now?

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  40. Sweet Holly is a lovely fabric range and loving the patterns too.

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  41. I've seen the fabric line in my local store and it is another hit. Just have to decide which ones I'd like. A basket full of scraps would go a long way in making some of your patterns.

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  42. Anytime I can get KT fabric its like Christmas to me!! Can't wait to start a project with Sweet Holly fabrics!!

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  43. I’d love to win some scraps. Kansas troubles is the largest part of my stash

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    1. Thanks. You're one of the quilters who keeps me going.

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  44. I make a lot of scrap quilts. These scraps would sure add a great deal to my stash! I would love to win!!

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  45. That basket of scraps would fit in my sewing room perfectly. My "go to" fabrics are the Kansas troubles lines.

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    1. The baskets are still available at most Marshalls & Homegoods stores. I love them!

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  46. Beautiful fabrics. Would enjoy having the scraps to play with.

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  47. I Love your fabrics!! Scraps would be so much fun!!

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  48. Holly is one of my favorite plants so I'm looking forward to getting my hands on some of this fabric. Happy to start with scraps.

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  49. Scraps? You mean SNACKS!!! Those are little bits that you grab and use when you are hungry & craving for just a little something! Kansas Trouble snacks are the yummiest! Ooh I am already envisioning the table topper, runner & bench pillow! I love those trees 🌲🌲 the stars are amazing!! I am drooling...I need SNACKS!!! LOL

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  50. Love your Sweet Holly line, would love to win any scraps from Kansas Troubles!! Thanks for a chance to win!!!

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  51. One person scraps are another persons treasure.

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  52. I love how your Sweet Holly Christmas fabrics are woven into country style quilts that one could easily use all winter long. I have to really look to see that it's Christmas fabric bc of the classic KT look and design. Another great line!

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  53. What a lovely line of fabric. Scraps are my favorite and I especially making scrappy quilts to give away. Thank you for sharing so generously!

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  54. Oooo, I love scraps, & the name Holy Scraps...perfect. They make some of the best quilts.

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  55. What great colors and awesome possibilities in that basket.

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  56. I love scraps. When I go to a quilt shop, I try and find their scrap basket - the contents are usually sold by the pound. I use them in appliques as well as in blocks. Good luck to everyone!

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  57. All of my mask making lately has given me new appreciation for my scrap collection! I would love to have Sweet Holly scraps for seasonal masks and small home decor projects and gifts. Love KT fabrics!

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  58. I don't know where to start! I love them all but am leaning towards the log cabins.

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  59. 'Evergreen' is my favorite quilt with all those wonderful trees. Yes scraps are always fun to work with ~ I would love to win these! Thanks! mceddins@earthlink.net

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  60. I would love the chance to add to my KT scraps, ive got just the project in mind and I'm hoping to have something warm and cosy for winter!

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  61. I love your fabrics and I love working with scraps. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  62. Other people's scraps are always so much more fun than my own. Reminds me of when I was a kid and it was always fun to clean someone else's bedroom...unlike being "asked" to clean my own. Please toss my name in the hat!

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  63. I would love these scraps to give more variety to my quilts made from Kansas Troubles fabrics!!!

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  64. New scraps, who wouldn't want more scraps. I keep all of my scraps from your fabrics. I use them in my projects all the time.

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  65. Love your fabrics and have used them many times in my quilting. These beautiful scraps would add the deep richness my current project needs! Keep doing what you are doing! Please stay healthy and safe!

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  69. How much fun it would be to have that cute little basket of scraps sit around for inspiration!

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  70. I love making scrappy quilts. I would sure enjoy using yours.

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  71. Oh those scraps look yummy, they would be so much fun to play with!

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  72. I would love to have those scraps. I always gravitate towards KT fabric in the quilt stores.

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  73. This basket of scraps would be so fun to win!! What would be a good pattern to use them in?

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    1. Something out of a scrap book, like Lissa Alexander's Sisterhood of Scraps by Martingale. Great ideas!

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  74. I love all the colors in these fabrics!

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  75. I have made a couple scrap quilts with beautiful Kansas Troubles fabric this year, and definitely wouldn't mind making a few more :) Using scraps is so much more enjoyable than using yardage. The Milestones line is my favorite thus far!

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    1. Milestones was great! Watch for Bittersweet Lane in October.

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  76. Made eight quilts for Christmas gifts this past year with my Kansas Troubles. The basket of scraps would be lovely to win

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  78. Running very low on Kansas Troubles fabric. I am making hexagons and this basket of scraps would surely be a treasure to win to help add to my stack of hexies.

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    1. Sounds like a fun project. Pls share when you're done.

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  79. Love KT fabrics and scraps.

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