Friday, March 27, 2015

Four Square - A Tutorial and Giveaway

It's another Friday and I have another finish to share ;)  This new quilt is called Four Square and I think it is pretty obvious where it gets the name ;)


When I was asked a few weeks ago if I wanted to participate with RJR Fabrics, Cotton Supreme Solids What Shade Are You Blog Hop I was all for it.  I have been playing with solids a lot more lately and am loving it!!!


I played around a lot with different designs that I wanted to use to really play up beautiful solids, but in the end, I just loved this super simple, and super chic 4 patches sashed with beautiful crisp white.   The 4 patches are made with Fat Quarter Strip Pieced Strips and then sewn into a 4 patch block to make the construction a super quick and super easy ;)
Here's how you make it :)


To Make your own 63" x 78" Lap Size Four Square Quilt you Will Need:

13 Fat Quarters in Assorted Solid Colors
2 1/4 Yards of White Solid for Sashing
2/3 Yard of Black Solid for Binding
4 Yards of a Favorite Fabric for Backing


When trying to decided from all of the amazing Cotton Supreme Solids which 13 colors I wanted to use, I finally opted to use some beautiful jewel tones.  I love how these colors go together nicely, but yet, they each pop on their own.   So fun!!


STEP 1: CUTTING

Start by pressing all 13 of your Fat Quarters and your White and Black Solid Yardage.  

From each of the 13 Solid Fat Quarters cut (5) 3 1/2" x 21" strips for a total of  65 Strips.
          You will use 64 of these strips , so 1 strips can be put in your scrap bin.

From your White Solid Yardage cut:
           (9) 2" x Width of Fabric Strips
           (45) 2" x 14" rectangles
           (40) 2" x 6 1/2" rectangles

From your Black Solid Yardage cut:
            (8) 2 1/2" x Width of Fabric Strips


STEP 2 - STRIP PIECING

We'll start by sewing the strip sets that we will use to sub-cut the 2 patch units.   So place one strip on another with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.


When stitching these,  I like to use a slightly smaller stitch length so that they don't come unraveled when you sub-cut the strips.


And after you are done stitching your first set, don't stop there.  Just continue feeding strip sets through your machine, aligning them as you go.  Continue Chain Stitching until you have sewn all of your strips into strip sets.  You should have 32 sets.   Now go ahead and clip your threads between each of the strip sets.


Now, take your strip sets to your ironing board.   I pressed my seams open so that when I go to put them together I have more color placement options, but you can just as easily press the seam allowance to one side.  Do whichever you prefer.


And now, you are ready to sub-cut your 2 patch units.  Align 3 strip sets on your mat using the horizontal lines on your mat as a guide.   Place your ruler along the edge of the strip and align it with the first vertical line that the strip sets are over.  Cut along the edge of the ruler to create a straight edge on all 3 strip sets.


Now, measure in 3 1/2" inches of your strip sets.  You can double check your measurements both on your cutting mat and along the cut edge of your strips, they should align with the 3 1/2" mark on your ruler.  Cut along the edge of the ruler.


Now it is just rinse and repeat ;)  Once again, measure in 3 1/2" using your mat and ruler as a double check on your measurement.  Cut along the edge of your ruler


Continue in this fashion until you have cut (5) 2 Patch Units per strip.  You will have a bit of scrap left over at the end that you can add to your scrap bins ;)


Now repeat this process for all 32 strip sets.  In the end you will have 160 2 Patch Units.  So fun!!


STEP 3 - 4 PATCH UNITS

 And now, it's time to turn those 2 Patches into 4 Patches.  To do this, you just place one 2 Patch onto another 2 Patch with right sides together.  Align and pin the center seam and then sew a 1/4" along the edge and then press the seam open.


But of course, we don't want to make them one at a time.  So start by pinning all of your pairs.  I like to put on a good movie while I do this ;)


Then once again, you are going to chain stitch all of your pairs.  Just keep sewing 1/4" along the edge of each set and sew, sew, sew.


And once you have finished sewing all the sets, clip the threads between your sets, and move to the ironing board.  Press all of the seams open.  This is a good time to turn that movie back on if you didn't have time to finish it when pinning ;)


And now, you have 80 beautiful 4 Patch Units!


STEP 4 - 4 PATCH BLOCK

So the next step is to turn those 4 Patch Units into a 4 Patch Block.  We will start by making the rows of the units.   So separate your 4 Patch Units in half with 40 on one side and 40 of the other side of your 2" x 6 1/2" Sashing rectangles.  Place the sashing rectangle onto the left hand side 4 Patch Unit with Right Sides together.  Aligning as you go, sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.


And you now what's next, don't clip your threads, it's time for more chain stitching ;)  Continue to add the sashing rectangle onto all 40 of the 4 Patch Units, sewing a 1/4" seam along the edges. When you are done sewing, clip the edges and press the seam allowance towards the Sashing Rectangle.


And now you are back to your original row and it is time to add the second 4 Patch Unit.  Place the right hand side 4 Patch unit onto the sashing rectangle with right sides together.  Aligning as you go, sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.


And continue chain stitching all 40 sets.  Then clip your threads and press the seam allowance towards the sashing rectangle.


Now, divide the Rows in half with 20 Rows on the top of your Block and 20 Rows on the bottom of your block with 20 2" x 14" Sashing Rectangles in between the 2 rows as shown below.


We will start by sewing the top row to the sashing rectangle.  Place the sashing rectangle onto the top row with right sides together.  Aligning as you go, sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.


And you've got this down now ;)  Continue stitching the Sashing Rectangle to all 20 top rows using a 1/4" seam.


Once finished, clip the threads and press the seam allowance towards the sashing rectangle.  And now all you have left for the block is to add the bottom row.


Place the bottom row onto the top row with right sides together.  Align the center seams.  You can check this by slightly lifting the bottom row at the center and double checking that the seams are lined up.  Once aligned pin in place.  Pin all 20 Blocks.


Now, for one last time, chain stitch a 1/4" seam along the pinned edge of each of the 20 blocks.  When finished stitching, clip your threads and then press the seam allowance towards the sashing rectangle.   And your blocks are done and you are ready to make your quilt top!!!!


STEP 5 - PIECING THE QUILT TOP

Layout your blocks in a 4 x 5 grid as shown below.  This is the time to really play with the placement of your colors.   I like to take a picture of my layout and then look at it on my tablet or computer.  That makes it easier for my eye to see all the blocks and once and know where I might need to do a little rearranging.  It is also a great reference when you start to sew these together ;)


Once you have a layout you like, you will be adding a 2" x 14" sashing rectangle between each of the blocks and at the beginning and end of a row as shown in Row 1.   Place the sashing rectangles onto the blocks with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" along the edge, I just align as I go but you can use pins if you like.  And I find it easiest to stack up one row and take it to my machine and sew one row at a time so I don't mix them up.  Repeat this for all of your rows and then press the seam allowance towards the sashing rectangle.


Lay your blocks back out as shown in Row 1.  And now with the sashings attached,  you are ready to sew your blocks into rows.   To do this, place Block 2 onto Block 1 with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" seam along the edge as shown in Row 2.  Then Open the sewn blocks and place Block 3 onto Block 2, which is now sewn to Block 1, with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" Seam along the edge as shown in Row 3.  Then repeat this process one last time adding Block 4 as shown in Row 4.  Repeat for all the rows and then press the seam allowances outwards, towards the Sashing Rectangles as shown in Row 5.


And now your quilt should look something like this.  All that is left is to add the Horizontal Sashing rows.  So exciting!!!


Gather your 2" x WOF Strips.  Trim the selvages and then using a 1/4" seam sew them all together at the short end to make one very long sashing strip.   Sub-Cut them into (9) 2" x 65ish" sashing strips.  Place them between the Block rows and at the top and bottom of the quilt.


Now this is just like making the rows only on a bigger scale.  Place the sashing strips along the edge of the Block Rows with right sides together.  Sew a 1/4" seam along the edge.  You will have a little extra at the end of the row.  Trim the excess.  Press the seam allowance towards the sashing strip.


And now, you can sew the rows all together.  Place Row 1 onto Row 2 with right sides together.  Align each of the center sashing strips just like before, by lifting the top row just slightly to ensure that the seams are aligned.  Then pin them in place.  Sew a 1/4" seam along the pinned edge.


Layout your now sewn together  Row 1 and 2 and place Row 3 along the bottom with right sides together.  Once again, align the center seams and pin them in place.  Sew a 1/4" seam along the pinned edge.   Repeat this process until all of the rows are sewn together and then press all of the seam allowances towards the sashing strips.


And just like that, you have a completed 4 Square top!!!   Wasn't that so fun!!!


STEP 6 - FINISHING IT UP

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 opted on a Superior Threads Rainbow Thread, because you just can't have a ton of rainbow patchwork without a rainbow thread right ;)  This one is called Carnival and I love the way it pops off of the patchwork in an array of colors.  So fun!!!  In fact, I loved it so much I used it to machine tack down my binding and it adds the perfect finish to it!!!


I was having a hard time deciding what to quilt in the squares, so I flipped through my Shape to Shape book by Angela Walters and found this super fun square design.  I think it worked just perfect and I love the alternating grid work of it  to create a fun secondary criss cross in the quilting design.


Four Square finishes at  63" x 78", just perfect so snuggle up in ;)  I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and if you make your own Four Square 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 ;)


And be sure to pop on over to RJR Fabrics Facebook Page and check out all the other amazing What Shade Are You Cotton Supreme Solid Projects.  There are some super fun ones!!!


And remember how I mentioned Giveaway in the title!!!  RJR Fabrics has graciously offered to giveaway a custom bundle using My Color Bundle to one lucky reader!!  So one of you are going to be all set to make your own Four Square Quilt!!!!

         

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 what is your favorite color??

 ENTRY 2 - All Happy Quilting Followers can have a bonus entry, just leave a comment here of how you follow  i.e.  BloglovinEmailPinterestInstagramFacebookTwitter :) 

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, March 31st, and I will announce a winner Wednesday Morning, on April 1st :)

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

Linking up to Quilt Story ;)

GIVEAWAY CLOSED

And the winner is . . . Mom C!!!!  Congrats!!!



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511 comments:

  1. My favorite color is green. Especially the new "spring" green that begins with new grass along the side of the road as spring begins to warm the earth.

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  2. I follow with Bloglovin, Facebook, and have been taking on of your Quilt-A-Longs. Love your website!

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  3. PURPLE!!! Sorry to shout, but purple rocks! πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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  4. Today, my favorite color is red. I think it might change tomorrow!

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  5. I follow you via email and Instagram :)

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  6. I also follow you on my RSS feeds that get delivered to my mail handler and on FB

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  7. Green! Any shade of green is my favorite color. Love the pattern, but wish it was in PDF format. Thanks for always being sew generous!

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  8. Yellow is my favorite color, but I've found that it must be used judiciously in a quilt, or it will "burn a hole" in the design! Cwoosley12@yahoo.com

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  9. I follow you on Bloglovin'. A nice beginning to my day. Cwoosley12@yahoo.com

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  10. And I follow you on GFC thanks for the chance!!

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  11. Red has always been my favorite color.

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  12. My favorite color is blue! thanks for the tutorial, very cute and easy quilt!!

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  13. I'm going to have to say Lime Green is my favorite color! What a fun and beautiful quilt!

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  14. I follow you on Instagram and Feedly. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  15. Favorite color is blue! Thanks for this great tutorial. I am a beginner but I think I can make this!

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  16. My favorite color is yellow.

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  17. I follow your blog. Thank you for a supreme tutorial and giveaway!

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  18. My favorite color is RED!

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  19. I follow via Bloglovin'. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  20. I follow by email. Thank you.

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  21. I LOVE purple!! What a super quilt. Could put all your favorite colors together. Thank you for the tutorial and the giveaway

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  22. What a fantastic use of color! You did an amazing job on your quilt. It is so bright and cheerful. Your tutorial is excellent. Thank you for sharing it!!

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  23. favourite colour is green, but I really like red and blue and white and....all of them! matisagnes at yahoo dot com

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  24. Akin to you, I am a purple lover.

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  25. I follow you through blogger. Agi (matisagnes at yahoo dot com)

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  26. I am following you via Bloglovin', email, FB... I don't miss a thing!! Thanks for the chance! I love this colourful quilt and am amazed with how everything is perfectly aligned!!!

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  27. I follow your blog. I adore this tutorial. The way you quilted this was amazing! Reading your tutorials makes me happy.

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  28. I'm also a follower on google friends connect.

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  29. My favourite colour is green. What a lovely quilt you've made! Thanks for the chance!

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  30. My favorite color is purple but orange is a really close second.

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  31. I follow you on Bloglovin. Great quilt!

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  32. Following on Bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  33. Blue! But I'm starting to like pink because it reminds me of sweets

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  34. I follow on Bloglovin'. Thank you for the chance

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  35. My favorite color is blue. I stay away from all solids in a quilt but this is so pretty. Will need to change my thinking.

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  36. looking at my wardrobe, i tend to gravitate towards blues :)

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  37. I follow by email and bloglovin.

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  38. My favorite color is red! Followed by yellow! Turquoise! :)
    And I follow your blog thru Bloglovin. Thank you for showing how simplicity is beauty in this cheerful quilt.

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  39. Thank you for great tutorial, i love pinks

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  40. My favorite color is petrol at the moment.

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  41. I follow by bloglovin.
    Thank you for this chance!

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  42. I'm working on a 4-square quilt right now, loving it. RWB is a favorite combo of mine, but purple is my perennial favorite unto itself.

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  43. I'm working on a 4-square quilt right now, loving it. RWB is a favorite combo of mine, but purple is my perennial favorite unto itself.

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  44. Turquoise is my favorite color.

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  45. I follow you through Blogger.

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  46. I follow your blog through feedly.

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  47. I follow your blog through feedly.

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  48. I follow on blogger, and pinterest.

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  49. Thank you so much for the giveaway. My favorite color is green.

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  50. My favorite color (today) is purple.

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  51. I follow via Bloglovin. (:BTW Your quilt is gorgeous!

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  52. Today my favorite color is red.

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  53. I follow you with Bloglovin. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  54. I am a faithful follower of yours via bloglovin

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  55. My favorite color is blue, and you can really tell it by looking at my stash! However, I do really love the saturated colors that you picked for this, as well as the quilting design. I really want to try the corner to corner square design. Fortunately, I have a leader/ender project with 2.5" squares that is now a flimsy. Maybe I'll get around to quilting it and try out this design!

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  56. I follow Happy Quilting through my Blogger Dashboard.

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  57. my favorite color is yellow It brightens up everything mary

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  58. I follow you on facebook mary

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  59. I love teals. Very calming serene color.

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  60. I follow along on Bloglovin and Instagram

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  61. I follow on pinterest, bloglovin, Facebook and email

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  62. I follow via email and Facebook

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  63. Red is my favorite color, although I've been leaning to lots of oranges lately. Still, I'll go with red!

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  64. I follow you on Feedly. I just love your quilt, it's gorgeous!

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  65. My favorite color is blue, any and all shades! I have bookmarked this tutorial - it is great!

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  66. I follow Happy Quilting on BlogLovin and GFC.

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  67. My favorite color is blue!

    I love this quilt - it reminds me of a Rubic's Cube!

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  68. I love purple, but then I also love red, yellow, blue, green, orange, pink....ok I like all colors

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  69. I love greens! (sandybailey55@hotmail.com)

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  70. I follow you on Bloglovin and to be sure I never miss your posts I also follow thru email! (sandybailey55@hotmail.com)

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  71. Love blues, tend to use one shade or another in every quilt. Thanks.

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  72. Follow you by email. Thanks.

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  73. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON BLOG LOVIN' !
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  74. BEAUTIFUL + BRIGHT! What neat fabrics! My favorite is RED ! Thanks to You + RJR for sharing ! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  75. I follow mainly thru email.. but others too

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  76. Aqua and peach are my current favorite colors.

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  77. I follow via bloglovin and Facebook

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  78. All blues, but mostly navy & aqua.

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  79. My favorite color is blue! Thank you!

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  80. I like blue the best, but I like the entire spectrum

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  81. My favorite color is blue, but I have sewn so many blue things lately, I need to start using some other colors. thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  82. Following Happy Quilting on bloglovin', would love to have the fabric for that cute quilt. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  83. Very pretty quilt, I just love solid quilts! Favorite color, usually green but I have never met a color I didn't like!

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  84. Beautiful colors in your great quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  85. I follow by e-mail... thanks for the giveaway.

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  86. Wow Melissa what a lovely quilt. Its beautiful! ! Blue has always been my favorite.

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  87. I flip back and forth between red and blue as my favorite color. Love those solids in your quilt.

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  88. I follow you by email and on IG

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  89. Pink or green, depending on the day!

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  90. I follow you through email, thanks!

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  91. My whole life it has been red. Until about a year ago purple started creeping in and taking over.

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  92. My favorite color is red, pretty much all reds except orangey red. Love the way you quilted this.

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  93. If I look at my stash, it's pretty obvious that my favorite color is green - by a LOT! Very cute quilt. Thanks to you and RJR for the chance to win some great fabric. mtlakequilter@gmail.com

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  94. That is gorgeous! Love all of those solids. I think my favorite color is the yellow! It's so bright and cheery.

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  95. I follow you on email. Thanks for continuing to offer your blog this way! mtlakequilter@gmail.com

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  98. If I look at my stash, it's pretty obvious that my favorite color is green - by a LOT! Very cute quilt. Thanks to you and RJR for the chance to win some great fabric. mtlakequilter@gmail.com

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  99. I have a bunch of favorite colors. Lately the one I seem to use often is Aqua.

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  100. this is so pretty. I love how the white makes the squares stand out so happy and ready to be snuggled in.
    thanks for the tutorial. my favorite color is pink, but blue is slowly becoming one also.

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  101. I am a regular follower. LOVE your quilting on this one!

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  102. My favorite color is green. But I love orange in quilts.

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  103. I follow via Bloglovin.
    And my favourite colours are purple and acqua/turquoise.

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  104. Your quilt is beautiful and would work up fairly quickly. Blue, any shade, is my favorite color. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  105. I follow you on Bloglovin. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  106. My favorite color is raspberry. Your quilt looks fantastic.

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  107. I love yellow for happiness and pink, because I like it in all shades and hues. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  108. Here's my bonus entry, because I follow you by e-mail. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.
    lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  109. My favorite color is blue, I especially like different blues together!

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  110. Right now, my favorite color is pink since it is spring! However, I also love red, blue and aqua.

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  111. I follow you by email, facebook and Instagram. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  112. I love orange and pink! Too hard to pick which one is my favourite. :)

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  113. And I follow Happy Quilting on Blogloving. Thanks so much for sharing!!! What a great quilt and a super awesome prize!

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  114. I follow you by email at louster388atyahoodotcom and FB

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  115. I lean towards blues and am really trying to get friendly with purples right now:)

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  116. Anytime I see a perfectly clear blue in just about any shade I feel happy. I have been using more solids in my quilts lately and these would be a great addition. Thanks for the chance.

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  117. I love navy! Followed by grey and pink.

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  118. I follow you thru email. Thanks for sharing!

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  119. My favorite color is the teal family! Love the quilt!

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  120. I follow you on instagram and via Blogger.

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  121. My favorite color is magenta and I love your solids quilt!

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  122. I follow you on Blogger via email.

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  123. What a fun quilt Melissa!! Simple and easy, so full of opportunities. Thanks for the quick tute and the great giveaway. My favorite color is green... yet my favorite color combo lately has been gray and orange :)

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  124. Hithere Melissa,
    My favourite colour is Carribean Blue…I could just dive right in!!!
    Love your tutorial and the quilt looks delish!
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs,
    Jacqueline

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  125. Hi again,
    I follow you by email AND by Bloglovin' as a backup for when my email account freezes unexpectedly!
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs,
    Jacqueline

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  126. Greens and greys.....

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  127. I follow on bloglovin'.

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  128. How can I choose a favorite color??!! It seems to change but I will go with teal.

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  129. I follow you on Bloglovin and Instagram!

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  130. I just love color! I've adopted "Rainbow" as my favorite. Your quilt is wonderful as is your tutorial. Thank you!

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  131. My favorite color is purple!

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  132. I follow your RSS feed in feedly.

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  133. My favourite colour is peacock

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  134. Currently, my favorite color is Turquoise! Love your quilt!
    Susie

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  135. My mom and sister really have gotten into quilting and are loving it! It looks like a cool practice to learn, and it's gotten me curious to know more about it. This helped a ton, and I think I'm going to sit down with them tomorrow and see if I can learn how to do it on my own.

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  136. I follow you by email, and IG of course!
    Susie

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  137. My favorite color is blue. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  138. I also follow you with bloglovin.

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  139. OK, I'll admit it. My favorite color is pink.

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  140. I follow you by email, bloglovin, Pinterest and Instagram.....does that make me a stalker? Yikes!

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  141. My favorite color is blue - specifically I love navy the best!

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  142. I adore solids - and love your quilt! thank you - I am a follower on Bloglovn!

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  143. I love your quilt! My favorite color is aqua but I love pretty much all colors! Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetoweratyahoodotca

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  144. Teal blue! No, jade. No,wait! citron. Nope- teal. lolol

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  145. I follow you through Bloglovin'!

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  146. I love the way those top three colours look (white, light grey, light blue) look. They are just beautiful together. The light blue would be my favourite. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  147. My favorite color is RED! And I love your 4-Patch quilt!

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  148. I love a rich deep purple. The jewel tones you choose were perfect. Beautiful, fun quilt.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  149. I follow you on Bloglovin and Facebook. Thank you for sharing the giveaways with us.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  150. My favourite colour is red.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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

Melissa