Monday, August 27, 2018

Country Road Flannel is Here!

Robert & Joy couldn't be happier, up to their elbows in bolts of flannels, cutting and shipping kits as fast as they can. Don't miss out on your next flannel project! Be sure to check out our August Special HERE where all the Flannel Days, Starry Nights quilt kits are on sale and include the booklet AND free shipping!



KT Winner

Congratulations to Gmama Jane! You're the winner of this week's KT giveaway - our new Flannel Days, Starry Nights booklet plus a box of Country Road flannels.
Gmama Jane -Your color combos are always a favorite with me & my family. It's hard to choose but I think I'll choose the blue & tan combo however I'm not choosy if I were to happen to be the lucky WINNER!! THANK YOU for the inspiration, the quilt patterns and giveaway!!

Clean Sweep


I'm STILL sorting thru all the fabrics from the past year's projects - and some from even earlier. PLEASE help me out by commenting below so I know all the leftovers will go to a good home :). 



First up, assorted fall fabrics scraps from Oak Haven and Harvest Hill. Need some bits and pieces to add to a scrappy quilt? I know just the place for some scrappy inspiration - Oh Scrap! by Lissa Alexander. Lissa is the brains behind many of the wonderful things happening at Moda. It's her first book with Martingale and it's a sure fire winner!

I have several projects marked for my next quilting retreat. Now I better start planning my getaway. Anyone know of a great place to retreat and sew?

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Comment to win our box of KT fall scraps and I'll see you soon. Lynne
  

69 comments:

  1. i am a scrap hoarder. I have small tubs of scraps where i can just grab a piece for projects working on or new projects this is great for my hand piecing

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  2. Oh, my, I sure could use some fall inspiration today! It's supposed to be in the 90s out with a heat index over 105.
    Sandy A

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  3. Oh scraps! How I'd love to win....jmh

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  4. I need to get a copy of Oh Scrap! Thanks for the chance to win a box of scraps!

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  5. Even with a badly broken ankle, I finished my son's wedding quilt on time. It was made of KT fabric--oh how I loved that quilt and it was hard to give it to them---but I can always make another! Right? His fav color is dark green and I used lots of fabrics....

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  6. Oh, yes, please, I would love to give those scraps a home! I do so much better using scraps than cutting into yardage! Thanks so much for offering.

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  7. Hi Lynne and Robert! I'd love to have some scraps! My elsest son just asked for a quilt... your fabrics are perfect for him!

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  8. I love all the colors and prints you design, they are just perfect for the quilts I enjoy making. I have so many ideas, just not enough time to make all the beautiful quilts I dream of! ! ! Thanks for a chance to win some gorgeous scraps!

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  9. Your leftovers would have fun at my house! They would be surrounded by fabrics from your collections. I love the colors. I love navy, and yours is the best! Kansas Trouble is my go-to fabric.

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  10. What a great combination: your fabric and "Oh Scrap!". You could just work your way through it, and if you do, please keep us updated. I'd love to see those quilts. :)

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  11. Your fabric is my favorite, but in flannel it is out of this world. I too would rather use scraps than to cut into yardage. As for retreats, a big beautiful log home in the Pennsylvania woods, in the fall as the leaves are turning.

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  12. I could use the scraps for either of two (Okay, maybe three) projects I am working on now - Moda Block Heads 2 (and trying to finish up blocks for Moda Block Heads 1) and for Eleanor Burns 40th Anniversary quilt. They would definitely be put to good use! Thanks for the chance to add some scraps to my scrap stash.

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  13. I can’t even tell you how my heart skipped a beat when I saw those fall scraps. I’m a scrapster through and through. I used some of those lines pictured to make a quilt for a much beloved past president of our guild. It makes me glow just thinking about it.

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  14. Love those scraps. I do a lot of applique and I rely on scraps of all colors. Those scraps would make a beautiful fall or winter themed quilt, and they are all colors I am sorely lacking in.

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  15. I so love your fabrics and the way that your colors stay true from one pattern line to another. It allows me to use your fabrics in many quilts without having to worry about matching colors. You have already done that for me. Just imagining what I could do with a box of your scraps. Wow!!

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  16. Hubby just finished the "man cave" in our basement and these fabrics would be the PERFECT addition to the scrap quilt "surprise" I have planned for him for Christmas. PERFECT colors ... ALL the time!! Linda

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  17. Would love to add your scraps to my KT scraps. I have some Oak Hill that would like company to complete a quilt. Perfect colors!

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  18. I would love to be the lucky one to win your beautiful scraps. I mainly make scrappy quilts because that is what my family loves. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  19. Driving through Michigan 's UP yesterday the trees were just beginning to turn, the ferns in the ditch were brown. Must be approaching autumn. Scraps would be great.

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  20. It would be wonderful to add some new scraps to my bunch. Always fun to sew with someone else's bits and pieces. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  21. Every time I see your fabrics, I am happy. Such calming rich colors. I would love to receive some scraps : ) I have never been on a sewing retreat so I can't advise on that subject, but it sounds lovely to earmark some projects with that in mind.

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  22. I would love your scraps to add to mine. I am a traditional quilt girl and love the vintage look of a scrap quilt just like Grandma made.

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  23. Your fabrics are so pretty. I would love to win some.

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  24. Wow! I could make an awesome topper with those scraps! :o)

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  25. I am a KT hoarder!! I love fall fabrics and would love to add to my scraps to make something for fall!!

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  26. Retreating at KT next September! I am so excited! Jessica will keep me calm I am sure..lol. But you know how excited I can get (star struck!) I use KT scraps in all of my quilts...some how, some way...it will go in there! It is just the way I roll!

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  27. A friend and I both love KT fabrics. Everyone can use a bit of encouragement once in a while, and being able to share your scraps would bring a smile to her face, and to mine.

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  28. Oh, your scraps added to my stash would make a wonderful fall quilt. Hard to think about fall while the temps are in mid 90's, but I know it will come.

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  29. Most quilts I make are scrappy quilts, and more KT scraps to add to the scraps would be perfect!

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  30. Your scraps would find a good home here! Fall colors are my favorite.

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  31. I love Fall! The colors of fall make me happy. I love your Oak Haven line, the prints and colors. I'd love to make a scrappy quilt with these extras. Thanks for sharing your talents with all of us.

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  32. I can never have enough KT scraps or fabric - always my favorite.

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  33. My sisters and I host a sew day in Lansing KS 4-6 times a year, we usually have 30-45 ladies attend, lots of fun. this last sew day I finished a sampler quilt from a KTQ yahoo group exchange from several years ago, so glad to have it finished!

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  34. The colors & prints are perfect for flannels but right now even in air conditioning it’s just too HOT & muggy to work with flannel for me. Hopefully with Sept & school starting, cooler temps will come. As to a new retreat spot, come East. A nice spot would be Sandy Cove Camp. Water views.

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  35. Your Country Flannel line is beautiful! I could really use a box of your scraps. I use KT fabrics in almost all of my quilts and my stash is getting low!

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  36. I love your rich Fall colors. I have some scraps from a scrap bag purchase...they go a long way in small scrappy quilts....would love some more. Thanks cmberry@lsu.edu

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  37. I love the way all of your fabric lines can be used together. I have several individual fat quarters but as yet do not have a project. Winning this bundle may be just the thing to send me on my way to a new quilt.

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  38. I have just recently started "scrapping" - love the look of scrappy quilts. And love using all my KT fabric scraps.

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  39. Can't wait to see all you create every email..oh how you inspire and would be sew much fun to "get scraps"

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  40. I have to OH, SCRAP book just waiting for some more scraps to go along with the ones I already have. The KT scraps would be perfect. Thanks for the chance to win some in your generous giveaway!

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  41. A scrap bag would be fun to work with since all of your fabric lines work so well together. Scrap quilts are my favorite and I am currently working on a scrappy Bull's Eye quilt.

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  42. Love to live in your world even if it’s just your scrap pile.

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  43. I would be in seventh heaven if I could win some of your gorgeous scraps! Your collections are my go to colors and they make my heart sing! Thanks

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  44. Always in need of more scraps, especially Kansas Troubles!

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  45. Love your fabrics... coming home from a crazy day at work and getting to sew is my sanity check and your fabrics are just so comfort cozy to work with

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  46. I promise to give your scraps the best home ever (should I be lucky enough to win). I will make them into the most beautiful quilt ever and then surprise my 77 year old mom with a quilt full of treasures. We love your fabric and dream every time we see a KT quilt. Thank you for the opportunity - my fingers are crossed!!!

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  47. I believe that I am the most worthy to give your scraps a home. I would be so happy to win!

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  48. Can't think of any better combination than KT and flannel! I would be honored to give your scraps a loving home. I could really use them in a scrappy project I am working on now. Thanks!

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  49. I also hoard my scraps (and sometimes others!). Can't throw away those flip and sew corners when a perfectly good half square triangle could be made! Thanks for the opportunity to sew with your scraps ~ so many new books to inspire one to sew with scraps, including Moda Lissa's!

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  50. Your beautiful fall scraps would fit right into my house, I just finished decorating the inside of my house for fall.

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  51. Oh My that would be a dream come true. I would love to help you out and get these out of your way. LOL Love all your fabrics and color ways.

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  52. I would love to adopt your fabric scraps and give them a good home- have lots of planned projects that they would be perfect for- Happy Fall!!!

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  53. Throw those scraps this way. I promise to put them to very good use!!!

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  54. Although I'm not a Halloween fan, the colors of autumn are some of my favorites. They warm my heart and would make a lovely cooler mornings and nights quilt!

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  55. I would be happy to help you out. I love making scrapy quilts! My 9 year old grandson wants a new quilt and he loves the KT one I made him. I am going to make a KT Log Cabin one and your scraps would put to good use.

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  56. Always love scraps....I love your fabric designs and colors.

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  57. 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 receipient of your scraps. Thank you for the chance.

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  58. Favorite quilts are scrappy. I feel so virtuous making scrap quilts cause I can tell my husband that they didn't cost anything and he'll let me buy more fabric! Since Blockhead I I've been collecting more traditional colors and fabrics but I don't have near enough and I'm finding I really love your lines. Thanks.

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  59. I love to use scraps. Waste not want not is what I always say. I never throw anything away if I think I can use it. My kids say I’m a hoarder.
    But you would be surprised how many times those scraps and leftovers help make someone something new.

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  60. I usually retreat in Columbia IL at Todd Hall. It's nice, a bit rustic with no TVs (but they do have WiFi!). Love it! I also like to retreat in Mascoutah IL at the Visitors Center. We reserve that space for daytime only sewing for 3-day weekends. Nice that we can leave our machines all sew up and not worry about them overnight. Next month I'm going for the first time to a Kentucky nunnery for a 5-day retreat. My friends tell me it's wonderful. There's another retreat center I'd love to try -- KT Retreat Center! Maybe one of these days!

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  61. I just love your fabric collections! I liked the video you did with Jenny Doan with the five and dime ruler. I might try that quilt if I won your scraps.

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  62. To answer your question about a good place to retreat and sew.. locally it's our RV where it is parked at "R Ranch In The Mountains" Dahlonega, Ga.. In the future KT retreat would be fantastic and is on my list!!! In the past was on a ship called "Allure of the Seas" with high seas back in March with you 3 wonderful ladies! We still sewed even with the waves didn't we? I see you are all going again, I'll be at home and sewing here! As for your scraps?? I have a place for them! *G* Lisa

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  63. My mom, her mother, and I went on a trip last September to a town in Vermont and stayed in an old Victorian B&B that was beautiful, especially at that time of year. We were able to visit the local quilt shops, and they taught me the basic stitches necessary to piece the raccoon that's now standing on my wall! Anyways, I'd love some scraps as I don't have many. Your fall colors are my favorite around, and the oak leaves remind me of the street on which I grew up. Thanks for sharing your designs!

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  64. I really like looking at your blog for ideas and tips. I am new to Moda Blockheads and I am learning some great new techniques each week and my machine quilting is improving as well. I have been a hand quilter since 1999.

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  65. It is so kind of you to share with us! As someone who has been hand quilting and sewing for only 3-4 years, the idea of adding to my stash would be quite a blessing! Your fabrics? Even better..... I love your fabric lines, especially the flannels and watch for the new ones to be released so I can get them before they are gone! Thank you so much for your kindness.

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  66. Just retired after teaching 38 years! Would love to receive more fabric to quilt, quilt, quilt!!! Never had the real opportunity to quilt much while I was teaching so I plan on doing something that I love a lot more!!! Your fabrics are always so lovely.

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  67. I can't imagine any better retreat place than right there atop the quilt store in Bennington Kansas.
    My quilting buddies and I have retreated in many wonderful places--Medora North Dakota, Sisters Oregon, Kansas City,etc and our favorite is your retreat Center right there above the quilt shop. If only we could manage to move closer (the 1000 miles is a bit far , but well worth the trip) I recommend staying as long as they will let you!!!!

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