Friday, March 20, 2015

Cutie Pie Baby Quilt - A Tutorial and Giveaway

This morning I am so excited to share with you a new finish.  I am calling it Cutie Pie and wouldn't it just the most adorable quilt to wrap up your little Cutie Pie in :)


Cutie Pie is made using Shabby Fabrics brand new Pre-Fused Laser-Cut Applique Shapes.   Now, if you have been around for a bit, you know I love applique, and so when the gals at Shabby Fabrics asked if I would be interested in a Bloggers Challenge using these new shapes I was all for it :)  


Shabby Fabrics has lots and lots of shapes to choose from but I just loved the hearts ;)  The great thing about the Applique Shapes is they are cut and fused which takes out the tedious time of applique, making this quilt go together in literally a day.   Perfect for one of those last minute baby shower gifts ;)  So let's show you how to make your own ;) 


You will Need:

1 X Large Hearts Solids Pre-Fused Laser-Cut Applique Shapes Pack
1 X Large Hearts Print Pre-Fused Laser-Cut Applique Shapes Pack
1 1/8 Yard of Background Fabric (I used Basic Shades in White by Riley Blake Designs)
5/8 Yard of Border Fabric  (I used a print from Best Day Ever by April Rosenthal for Moda)
3/8 Yard of Binding Fabric  (not pictured)


STEP 1 - CUTTING

From your Background fabric cut:
    (23) 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" squares
    (4) 3 1/2" x 6 1/2" rectangles
    (4) 1 1/2" x Width of Fabric (42") Strips

From your Border Fabric cut:
    (4) 4 1/2" x Width of Fabric (42") Strips

Remove your Fusible Laser-Cut Shapes from their package.  Select 1 of the Solid Hearts to be set aside as you will only need 23 for the project.   I used this heart as a quilt label, so cute ;)


STEP 2 - APPLIQUE SQUARES

We will start at the ironing board so gather your Background squares and your Applique Hearts.   Fold your Background square in half and finger press the fold.  Then fold it in half once again and finger press the fold.   This will give you reference lines for centering your applique.


Remove the paper backing from your Applique Heart.  It will peel right off.


Using the folds as guide lines, center the Applique Heart on your Background Square as shown below.


Press the Applique Heart in place adhering it to the Background square.  Be sure when pressing to use an up and down motion rather than a side to side motion so as not to shift the applique.  Repeat for all 23 Applique Hearts.


Secure stitch all of  your Applique Hearts in place.  You can use a straight stitch, zig-zag stitch, blanket stitch, ect.   My favorite is a blanket stitch and I used a soft grey thread that would blend with all of the colors ;)  If you are new to secure stitching, you can see my Applique Video here that describes it in more detail ;)


STEP 3 - ASSEMBLING THE QUILT TOP

With all of your hearts stitched down you are ready to sew your quilt top together ;)   Lay out your Appliqued Squares and your Background rectangles as shown below, using the rectangles to offset every other row.   I alternated prints and solids but you can lay out the hearts in any color order you like, just be sure to end up with the same square/rectangle layout as below.


And now, you are going to sew the squares into columns.  To do this, simply place the first square in the first column onto the second with right sides together.  No need for pins, just align as you go.   Sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.


Then, place the third square onto the now sewn together first and second squares with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.


Continue in this fashion, adding 1 square at a time to the column until you have sewn the entire column together.  Press the seam allowances downward.


Now repeat this process for each of the columns in the quilt top.  You are then ready to sew the Columns into a quilt top.


And this is just like sewing the columns together but on a larger scale ;)  Place the second column onto the first with right sides together.  Pin along the edge, there won't be any seams to line up, you are just keeping the columns together.   Sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.


Then, place the third column onto the now sewn together first and second columns with right sides together.  Pin along the edge and then sew a 1/4" seam along the pinned edge.  Continue this process until all of the columns have been sewn together.   Press the seams to the side.


And now the Center of your Quilt Top is all done and it should look a little something like this.  So cute!!  And it's time to add some borders ;)


 STEP 4 - ADDING BORDERS

Grab your 1 1/2" x WOF Background strips.  We will add the top and bottom border first.


Place your strips onto the top and bottom of the quilt with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.  Once again, no need to use pins, just align as you go.  Trim the excess Background strip using the edge of the quilt as a guide.  Press the seam allowance towards the Background strip.


Then add the side 1 1/2" x WOF Background strips in the same fashion.  Place the strips onto the sides of the quilt top with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" seams along the edge, aligning as you go, and then trim the excess strip.


And then just one more border to add.   Add the 4 1/2" x WOF Border Strips onto the quilt top using the same method as above.  Add the Top and Bottom strips first using a 1/4" seam allowance and pressing the seam towards the Border strips.


And then add the 2 side borders.  Trim the excess strip and press the seam allowance towards the Border Strip.


And just like that your Quilt Top is done!!!  Isn't is so fun to make something so cute in such a short  amount of time!!!!!


 STEP 5 - FINISHING THE QUILT

Now all that is left is to Baste it, Quilt It, and Bind It :)  Yup, a whole lot in one little sentence.  If you are new to finishing quilts you can see my Finishing Quilt Video Series here, it will walk you through each of the 3 steps in great detail :)


When it came time to quilt mine, I decided on an echoed paisley all over stitch in the border.   I have a video tutorial here on how I do this stitch ;)  


And then in background, I quilted some adorably small swirls  (video tutorial coming, I know I have said that forever, I just have to get a few more deadlines out of the way, but I promise I haven't forgotten ;)  


I used my favorite color Pearl, 402, So Fine Thread by Superior Threads for the quilting.  I almost always use this color when quilting on a white background.  It just the perfect amount of blend, showing the quilting without detracting from the quilt design.  I love it!!!



I love how the dense quilting in the background gives the hearts a faux trapunto look.  They just want to pop right off of the quilt ;)  So fun!!!


Cutie Pie finishes at  40" x 40", just perfect so snuggle baby in ;)  I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and if you make your own Cutie Pie quilt I would love to see it!!  You can email me a picture at happyquiltingmelissa@gmail.com or add it to my Flickr Group here ;)


For lots more Prefused Laser-Cut Appliqued Shape inspiration, be sure to check out all of the Bloggers Challenge!!  You can see their posts here :)

Melissa at Happy Quilting - Your Here


 And one last thing before I sign off . . . Didn't someone say something about a Giveaway in the title!!!  Shabby Fabrics is giving away a pack of Pre-Fused Laser Cut Applique Shapes to one lucky Happy Quilting Reader!!!

         

We are going to do this giveaway the same way we do the Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Days :)  You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me if you would choose the Solid Pack of the Print Pack:)  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Shabby Fabrics love. You can follow them on FacebookTwitterYou TubePinterest, or Instagram.  You can Sign up for the Shabby Fabrics Newsletter (top right hand corner) or Follow their Blog,  or you can Visit the Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Shabby Fabric Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, March 24th, and I will announce a winner Wednesday Morning, the 25th:)

Thanks so much for stopping in today and Have a Happy Quilting Weekend!!!

GIVEAWAY CLOSED - THE WINNER IS #164.  Congrats DEBBIE!!!  I have emailed you ;)





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292 comments:

  1. Melissa, can I just tell you how much I love your tutorials! They are so clear and easy to follow and the pictures are such a big help. I used your Irish chain tutorial and made a patriotic quilt for a soldier and thanks to you it turned out great. Wish you lived closer so I could take a class. Thanks again, Tina

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  2. I think I would choose the solids pack -- it does look like a really great way to get into applique with interesting shapes without buying a Go cutter or other type of fabric cutter, which is a step I haven't taken yet! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  3. The Horizon's Quilt Kit or Dream Baby Kit would be lovely.

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  4. Melissa this is such an adorable quilt and I love all your beautiful quilting! How great to have those hearts cut and ready to fuse...my kind of easy. I think those prints are so cute! Thanks for the chance to win some hearts.

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  5. Melissa, I just love reading your blog and getting all kinds of ideas and inspiration. I would love to win the print pack.

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  6. I receive the Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  7. I would like the print pack.

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  8. I would choose the print pack. Thank you.

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  9. I signed up for their newsletter.

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  10. I receive Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  11. I receive Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  12. I'd love the solids pack! This is a wonderful tutorial. I am going to try this!

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  13. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Bloglovin!

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  14. So pretty quilt. I would love the print pack. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  15. I follow shabby fabrics on Facebook bloglovin,newsletter,and piinterest. I would love the printed heartts

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  16. Great tutorial for a cute baby quilt! I would love the print pack.

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  17. I receive the Shabby Fabrics newsletter and follow them on Bloglovin.

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  18. What an adorable quilt! Thanks for the tutorial. I would choose the solid pack, just like your quilt!

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  19. I follow Shabby Fabrics via their newsletter. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  20. Super cute ! I llove the print pack.

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  21. I follow with the Shabby Fabrics newsletter

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  22. I follow with the Shabby Fabrics newsletter

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  23. Super cute ! I llove the print pack.

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  24. Pretty quilt. Print pack of the butterflies. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  25. I would want the prints, thanks for the chance

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  26. my head says solids but my heart says prints...

    I love how you left the hearts puffy on the quilt!

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  27. Hi from Haberdashery Fun - this is adorable!!!

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  28. What an adorable quilt! And so fast, with pre-fused and cut shapes! Love the print hearts

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  29. So adorable & it just so happens, I have a last minute baby quilt to make! I would love to win the print pack!

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  30. Following Shabby Fabrics on Instagram--seems that's where I spend a lot of time these days!

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  32. I heard so much about this and now I see it for the first time. Fantastic! I would like the solid pack.
    Thank you for this chance!
    Greetings, Rike

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  33. Wonderful quilt! I'd be a print fan myself! Pbstrand@msn.com

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  34. And I follow Shabby Fabrics by newsletter and their blog! Pbstrand@msn.com

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  35. I receive emails from Shabby Fabrics

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  36. Love your quilting to make those hearts jump out. I would prefer the prints

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  37. I receive emails from Shabby Fabrics.

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  38. I'm on shabby's email list. Thanks

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  39. Such a fun and bright quilt. I would love the solids. Thanks

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  40. I follow Shabby Fabric via email & Facebook

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  41. Print pack - what a terrific idea - such a cute quilt

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  42. What a cute quilt! I love the solid hearts.

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  43. I would pick the Solid pack..... Lovely quilt. thanks for the giveaway.

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  44. I went to their website. They've got a great clubs and BOM.

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  45. I already follow Shabby Fabrics. Love her videos.

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  46. I love this idea. Thanks for the chance to win. I think my first choice would be solids but either is great.

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  47. This is a very cute pattern. Melissa. Thanks for the tutorial:)
    I would pick the solid pack.

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  48. I'd chlose the print pack as they are so pretty.

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  49. I follow Shabby Fabrics via email.

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  50. I'd chose the Print pack of Hearts. Thanks for the tutorial and the cute baby quilt. It's always good to have a quick project available.

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  51. I visited the shop and checked out the laser cut shapes. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  52. I receive the Shabby Fabrics newsletter I'm receiving the Christmas quilt BOM using the pre-fuse applique pieces. Great, time-saving project!!

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  53. I'd choose the print pack! :)

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  54. I love your quilt....so cute!! I would pick the solid pack. Thank you!

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  55. Adorable!! I guess I would pick the print. But I love the solids also.

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  56. I love Shabby Fabrics and follow them on Bloglovin, Facebook, YouTube and newsletter!

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  57. I would choose the print if I could only have one. If I could have as many as I wanted...I would get them all. They are adorable.

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  58. I like the print pack. Thanks for the chance.

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  59. I would pick the Prints. Although the solids are nice too... hmm I may just have to buy both, lol. Your quilt is adorable!
    dragonfly9716 at yahoo dot com

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  60. love the prints they've chosen!
    ~fingers crossed~

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  61. I would choose the print pack, if I was lucky enough to win!

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  62. I follow shabby fabrics on facebook

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  63. I would choose the solids pack of hearts!

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  64. First of all, what an adorable quilt!! You did a great job!!

    I think I would choose the print set of hearts.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  65. I get the Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  66. I follow Shabby Fabric on Facebook!

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  67. Very sweet little quilt! I would choose the prints. Thanks for the chance!

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  68. I receive SF newsletter and follow their blog.

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  69. wow your quilt is gorgeous. your quilting is just wonderful. Hmmm tough choice. I would choose the solids

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  70. I follow Shabby Fabrics via Facebook and Newsletter!

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  71. I follow Shabby Fabric on Facebook and Bloglovin

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  72. and I would love either one....

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  73. Given a choice, I would pick the print, but I like both of them! Actually, I like all of the shapes I've seen. Wish I could have the all!!

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  74. I follow Shabby blog via email. Thanks for the opportunity to win. By the way, forgot to mention in my previous comment, I like how nice and clear your tutorial is. Thank you for sharing.

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  75. What an adorable quilt! I would choose a solid pack. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  76. How cute - love the solid pack.

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  77. I follow shabby fabrics on facebook.

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  78. I would prefer the solid pack,

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  79. I receive Shabby Fabrics' newsletter.

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  80. Lovely! Thanks for the pattern. I'd love a chance to play with the printed hearts.

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  81. I'd love those print hearts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. Also, I get the Shabby Fabrics newsletter!

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  83. Hi there Melissa,
    It would be all prints for me for sure!!!
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs,
    Jacqueline
    http://www.quilt-sewhappy.blogspot.com

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  84. Hi again!
    I get the Shabby Fabbie newsletter and I love their sale section!
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs,
    Jacqueline

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  85. I would pick the print pack! Adorable quilt great job!!!
    slheaton85(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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  86. I follow Shabby Fabric on Instagram!
    slheaton85(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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  87. I follow the Shabby fabric blog!

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  88. I would choose the Print Pack - it looks delicious :)!!

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  89. I already follow Shabby Fabrics! Love seeing what they are up to!

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  90. HI,loved this little Mini Quilt>saved the entire tutorial! Thanks for a sweet giveaway! I'd select the printed hearts>both are neat though! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  91. HAPPY TO ALREADY FOLLOW SHABBY FABRICS ON FB !
    THANKS TO SHABBY FABRICS+HAPPY QUILTING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  92. I would choose the Print Pack, such a cute cute quilt!

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  93. I follow Shabby Fabric's newsletter, and also on Feedly, Facebook, etc.

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  94. Great tutorial, I love everything hearts my maiden name was Valentine. I'd pick the solids if I won. Happy first day of spring! ;-> Toni Anne

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  95. I receive Shabby Fabrics newletter.

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  96. I think I would choose the prints pack. Active! I don't sit still very well so my fabrics need to be active too.

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  97. I would choose the print pack.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  98. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB as Kathy Newsom Davis.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  99. I would choose the print pack. Your quilt is cute.

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  100. I would choose the hearts with the prints!
    Susie

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  101. Thanks for the chance. Definitely the prints is what I'd chose.

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  102. The subscribe to their newsletter.

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  103. Thanks for the giveaway! I would love either package. They both are great.

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  104. Your quilting is GORGEOUS! What a cute little baby quilt. I love hearts and this simple little quilt has turned out so sweet. Beautiful job!

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  105. Such a cute baby quilt. Love the cutie prints.

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  106. Either of those heart packs would be wonderful to use! Your quilt is so sweet. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  107. I looked at the Shabby Fabrics site and love the alphabet packs, too!

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  108. beautiful quilt ... i would choose the solid colour hearts.

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  109. Lovely quilt. I think I'd choose the print but I'd be very happy with either!

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  110. I follow Shabby Fabrics on their blog, I receive their email newsletter, and I follow them on Instagram!

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  111. Oooo. These are so cute. I think the prints are the cutest.

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  112. That is so sweet. I love how the hearts pop off of the quilt. I would choose solids.

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  113. I follow them via newsletter and their blog.

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  114. I love solids, but I've got enough solid projects going on... so I"d choose prints.

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  115. This is definitely adorable! I would like the solids, and thanks!

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  116. I am following them on YouTube and Pinterest!

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  117. Prints!! I love your quilt, super adorable! thanks for the chance!!

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  118. My first choice would be prints. Such a cute little quilt!

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  119. I can't choose, I want a solid and a print. hahaha
    Thank you for all of your give a ways

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  120. I signed up for the Shabby Fabric's newsletter
    Thank you

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  121. Oh, the prints look like they'd be great fun to work with. Your heart quilt is adorable! Thanks for the chance.

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  122. Okay. I signed up for the newsletter. They sure carry a fun variety of shapes and colors!

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  123. This baby quilt is so adorable! I think the prints would be fun to use.

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  124. I already follow Shabby Fabrics blog by email.

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  125. I think I might choose the solids, I haven't worked with just solids yet and I love it

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  126. I would choose the print pack.

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  127. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and by email.

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  128. I am enjoying this blog hop and each creative use of the appliques! I would choose the print pack and make an adorable baby quilt for an upcoming grandbaby.

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  129. I follow the Shabby Blog on Bloglovin'!

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  130. Your Quilt is Gorgeous!! I would use the Print Hearts! (I loooove Hearts!) I would use these to make a quilt for the Grangirlie!

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  131. I would definitely choose the prints pack. You can never have too many prints! sarah@forrussia.org

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  132. I Follow Shabby Fabrics thru Email, Pinterest & get the Newsletter :)

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  133. I follow shabby fabrics with pinterest. sarah@forrussia.org

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  134. I choose the solid pack. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  135. I get Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  136. I much prefer the solids. thanks for the giveaway. pjrcontest at msn dot com.

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  137. I like the Patchwork birthday table runner. fun!!! pjrcontest at msn dot com

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  138. I like the Patchwork birthday table runner. fun!!! pjrcontest at msn dot com

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  139. I get their newsletter in my email

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  140. I would preferred the print fabrics

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  141. Probably the print. But the solids really bring out the shape of the applique too so I like them both!

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  142. And I just liked on Facebook. I love that they are already fused and ready to go!

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  143. Oh, I totally would pick the pretty prints pack! Thanks & God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  144. If you are going to force me to choose, I must choose the print pack :)

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  145. I am following them on Pinterest as Artists4God . Thanks & God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  146. Following with Pinterest @nailtechcom Thank YOU!

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  147. I follow Shabby Fabrics by FB & subscribing.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  148. I love the print pack.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  149. I really love your sweet quilt. I would choose the solid pack if I won the giveaway.

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  150. I follow SF on FB. I would choose the solid pack if I were lucky enough to win!

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  151. Love the solid pack!! Thank you :)

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  152. I follow Shabby Fabric on facebook and get their newsletter.

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  153. These are cute hearts and a lovely baby quilt! I'd pick the print pack. Thanks for the chance!

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  154. That quilt is adorable! I love the bright cheery colors and the border print is perfect for it. I'd choose a print pack.

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  155. Too cute! I'd probably choose the solid but they are both wonderful.

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  156. I like the way youve quilted it so the hearts look puffy. I'd go for prints.

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  157. Thank you for the sweet tutorial! I would choose the prints.

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  158. I follow Shabby Fabric's blog as well as on Facebook and You Tube.

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  159. Thank you for great tutorial!

    PS. I would pick Print Pack if I'm lucky ducky:)

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  160. thanks for the lovely tutorial. I'd love to win the print pack

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  161. I love the Ruched Easter Egg tablerunner.

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  162. Don't make me choose! They are both pretty. I would enjoy either one. Thanks.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  163. I guess if I need to choose I would go for the print. Beautiful quilt and tutorial. The quilting really does make the hearts pop right out. I thought you may have stuffed behind them when I first looked at the quilt.

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  164. I would go with the bunnies and eggs for an Easter banner and add some letters for the Happy Easter. Love the laser cut outs. Not big on applique, but would go for it with the pre-cuts

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  165. If I must choose I would pick the prints.

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  166. I follow Shabby Fabrics via, newsletter,Instagram, and I believe on Facebook as well.

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  167. I would go with the print, just because that would be different for me! Love these precuts! Your quilt is so adorable!

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  168. I would pick the print pack. Your quilt is very cute.

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  169. I follow Shabby Fabrics by e-mail and Facebook.

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  170. Pretty quilt. I would go with the solids so I could have prints on the other parts of the quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  171. I would choose the solid pack. Love the adorable quilt and thanks for the tutorial.

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  172. I get the Shabby Fabric newsletter.

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  173. I get Shabby Fabrics newsletter

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  174. such a quick and easy method to do an applique quilt. Beautiful work, love the print fabrics.

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  175. What a cute baby quilt! Love the solids. Thanks for this tutorial.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa