Thursday, May 26, 2016

Happy Quilting Hashtag Giveaway!!!!

Okay, so this is going to sound sort of silly, but a little while ago I realized that I sort of missed the bus on giving Happy Quilting a Hashtag.   I know right, I share all of these tutorials and patterns and projects, and while I have always given you the option to send me pics via email or flickr, I hadn't really got with the times and added a Hashtag.   So today . . . we are going to remedy that.  And I purposely waited until after Market so I could do a super special Hashtag Giveaway along with it!!!

So . . . let's get to the hashtag.   You know, it is harder to pick a hashtag than you realize.  At first I wanted it to be just happyquilting  but after looking it up, I found it is a pretty common hashtag.  So then I thought of just using my handle happyquiltingmc (which you can always still tag me at) , but I thought it would be a little funny if you wanted to tag me as well and then it would be repeating itself . . . (I know, I totally made this way harder than it needed to be.)  SO finally, I found just the right fit.  So, without further ado, the new Hashtag for Happy Quilting is . .  .

#happyquiltingwithmc

As in, you are all so super Happy Quilting With Melissa Corry ;)  Oh, I just love it!!!   

So, now that Happy Quilting has a hashtag, let's all start using it!!!!!   You can use the #happyquiltingwithmc to share photos of your finished projects and/or the process that you are making using any of my Quilt Tutorials, Project Tutorials, Quilt A-Longs, Patterns, or Published Quilts (including from my book :)   And if you aren't sure of those, you can click on the tabs at the top of my blog to scroll through over 75 tutorials, 6 quilt-a-longs, 17 patterns, and lots of published quilts ;) It has just been so fun sharing 6 years worth of happy quilting goodness and now I want to see all of your creations that were inspired by happy quilting with me :)

And, to help add a little incentive to start tagging pics . .  . I have a special Happy Quilting Hashtag Giveaway!!!!  I tallied all the votes from Monday's post, (and thank you so much everyone for voting!!)  and the favorite bundle was . . .  Paintbox Basics by Elizabeth Hartman for Robert Kaufman!!!

Here's how to enter to win!!!  I kept the easy comment entry just in case you don't use social media, you still have a chance to win.   Which reminds me, if you don't use social media, I would still love to see your finished projects!!!  You can email me pics at happyquiltingmelissa@gmail.com  Okay, back to the giveaway now :)

ENTRY #1 - Simply leave a comment of any project you have made that you found here at Happy Quilting, or if you haven't made one, any project you would like to make ;)  (Again, you can scroll through the tabs at the top of the blog to see all of my tutorials, quilt-a-longs, patterns, and published works.)

ENTRY #2 - Which are Endless - Use the #happyquiltingwithmc Hashtag!!!  YOu can use new photos or old photos.    Simply add pics to your social media or scroll through your social media feed (facebook or instagram, is there another picture one I am missing?)  and show any quilts or projects that you have made that were inspired from Happy Quilting.  Add the #happyquiltingwithmc hashtag to the posts.  Simple as that!!!!


I am so excited to see all of your wonderful projects and am looking forward to doing fun posts in the future highlighting all of your wonderful happy quilting inspired creations!!!  This giveaway will remain open until May 1st when I will announce the winner.

Good Luck to you all and Happy Quilting (with mc)!!!!!

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248 comments:

  1. I want to make "cutie pie' because I love hearts and have yet to make a heart quilt. and I want to win! yay! thank you.

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  2. I have done the Starburst QAL, and can't wait to make another. I still have your Irish Chain book on wish list!

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  3. I had always wanted to make a dresden and when you published your double dresden delight, you had me. I am sorry to say that I have the top done but have not "quilted" it - waiting to get better at my own machine quilting before I tackle it.

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  4. I would like to make the cutting mat bag.

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  5. I am working my way through your Irish Chain quilts book. So many wonderful options.

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  6. I want to make Midnight Frost Table Runner with my blue and white Christmas fabric. crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  7. I haven't made one of your quilts yet, but I have purchased the patterns of Simply by Design and The Way the Crow Flies and they are on my todo lisst.

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  8. I am hoping to make the True North quilt some day.

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  9. I have the Braided Irish Chain pattern, and plan to make it after I finish the 3 UFOs I am working on. I wonder how it would look made with the Paintbox Basics? (hint, hint. lol)

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  10. I have your All Framed Up quilt pattern in my 2016 Christmas Quilt planner :)

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  11. I have your Summer Breeze and In Your Neighbourhood patterns and am planning my fabric selections to get started soon.

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  12. I would like to make Kings Crossing and Four Square. Thanks.

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  13. I'm almost done with True North.

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  14. AnIrish Chain is on my quilty bucket list!

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  15. My all time favorite quilt was made during one of your Quilt Alongs. I have participated in three but the Star Surround quilt is amazing! Thanks!!

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  16. I'd love to make the Starburst quilt, looks so pretty!

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  17. Hi getting ready to make All Framed Up ! Love doing charity quilts-this would be perfect! Thanks for sharing! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  18. on my list to do is your Double Dresden Delight - I am so in love with Dresdens

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  19. I would like to make the library or read to me quilt for my grandkids but I really need the cutting mat caddy. Thanks.

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  20. Your ALL IN A ROW quilt is on my list! You have truly been an inspiration to me from the beginning of my quilting adventure almost 4 years ago. I just want to say Thank You!

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  21. Oh that fabric is beautiful. I haven't yet made a project from your Irish Chain book, but that's what I have on my to-do list. Making quilts is a slow process sometimes--mainly because I most always make queen sized quilts. I'm glad you had a wonderful time at Quilt Market.

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  22. I started the Irish Chain with a Twist Quilt a-long and then, stalled with the Orange Peel shapes because "life happens". It is a project that I enjoyed...directions very clear but skill level not advanced. Read your blog regularly and enjoy your color choices. Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  23. Your Star Surround QAL pattern is on my to-do list.

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  24. I have plans, oh, yes I do, to make Dreaming of Paris which you sent me for Christmas and also several of the Irish chains from your book.
    kthurn(at)bektel(dot)com

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  25. I'm choosing a project from your Irish Chain Quilt book and also picking fabric for your Starboard quilt.

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  26. I haven't made one yet but I do want to make one of your Irish Chain quilts and I am going to make your Read With Me Quilt.

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  27. I am a scrappy quilt lover and trying to use more solids in my quilts. I will use the Paintbox Basics and some Rhoda Ruth scraps to make the Super Scrappy Single Irish Chain. I'll use various white and light solids for the background.

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  28. I am a scrappy quilt lover and trying to use more solids in my quilts. I will use the Paintbox Basics and some Rhoda Ruth scraps to make the Super Scrappy Single Irish Chain. I'll use various white and light solids for the background.

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  29. I haven't made anything from your tutorials yet, but I would love to try Ring Around, Out for a stroll and Kings Crossing.

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  30. Hey Melissa! So glad Paintbox Basics won! Been eyeing the Ring Aound baby quilt! My nephew had a teeny girl a few weeks ago who is still in NICU but growing and growing! The colors in Paintbox would make fun rings!!!

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  31. I want to make some of your Irish Chains!

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  32. I really want to get back to some Dreden plates and your Dresden pattern looks like a lot of fun!

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  33. Your Irish Chain quilts really inspire me, and I love to make scrappy quilts.

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  34. I would love to make an Irish chain

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  35. I participated in your Star Light Star Bright and the Original Happy Quilting quilt alongs! Had to go back and check!

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  36. Love the Irish chain twist. Think I'll go to my fabric collection and see what I have. last stop will be out to shop for a large piece of suitable background fabric! Thanks for being so generous with your free patterns/tutorials.

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  37. We are collecting up squares for a scrappy Irish chain! Thanks for the giveaway, Melissa. Love seeing your work!

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  38. I've made your improv trees block and your gift card holders before. Star Surround is on my list of quilts that I want to make.

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  39. I really like your Corkscrew pattern and the rainbow colors you used. I fear my pattern collection is growing beyond my time to make them! Thank you for this generous giveaway!

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  40. I love Irish chain quilts and have your craftsy pattern. I've been wanting to get started on one!
    renae1225@gmail.com

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  41. I haven't made any of your projects yet, but have been tempted to join in on a quilt along several times. It just never worked out to be a good time for me. I do want to make the Braided Irish Chain quilt someday, thought!

    Sandy A

    PS...thanks for sharing your market pictures and goodies! :)

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  42. Super Scrappy Single Irish Chain is on my list to make.

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  43. I would love to make True North! Thanks for the great giveaway!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  44. I've made Daisy Chain. Now I want to make it x 4 to fit my bed. The Bundle isn't one I scored, I would love to WIN! I will use the Hashtag gladly!

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  45. I want to make one of your Irish Chain quilts & this fabric would be perfect for it.

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  46. I am slowly gathering my fabric to make Dreaming of Paris. Its not for a specific gift, so it keeps getting pushed to the bottom of the pile, but I can't wait to get started!

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  47. I love your Quilting by Design pattern, and I really enjoyed the block you did for the Splendid Sampler! And I'm glad you picked thus bundle, love it!

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  48. I would love to make Flying in Squares, Hang Time and several from your book!

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  49. I've swooned over Moroccan Lullaby, I hope to make one one day. Another one is The Village Square, we can have 2 right? :)

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  50. I made In Your Neighborhood and plan to make it again!

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  51. I want to make the "Road Home". It looks so cozy.

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  52. I want to make Double Dresden Delight. Would be awesome in this Elizabeth Hartman fabric line!

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  53. I just love the Star Surround pattern. I think these fabrics would look lovely in that quilt. It's on my list TBD! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  54. I am doing the Splendid Sampler and plan on making Star Spangle Table Runner into place mats
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  55. I haven't made any of your tutorials yet, but am anxious to do some more crib-size quilts. Seems like babies are popping out all over the place right now!!

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  56. I have both Star Value and double Dresden Delight patterns and hope to make them soon, when my work schedule eases up a bit.

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  57. I'd like to make In You Neighborhood. It can have so much fun variation. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  58. I participated in the Tetris QA. Here's a pic of my finished quilt: http://new2quilting.blogspot.com/2012/09/tetris-qa-friday-finish.html

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  59. I haven't made any of your quilts yet. I would like to make your Suoer Scrappy Irish Chain.

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  60. Want to make Starburst soon.

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  61. I'm so backed up on projects right now, but I really want to make All in a Row, Cutie Pie and Read With Me. I've been trying to find wall hangings that I want to complete to hang in my house and those drew my eye.

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  62. I have the irish Chain book and have quite a few bookmarked to start on!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  63. I'd love to make Double Take on Moda Bakeshop. Perfect for graduation gift!

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  64. I have just started one of your Irish Chain quilts and it is so much fun to see it coming together.

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  65. I plan on creating your Kings Crossing quilt for a wedding gift this fall. I love your projects and tutorials. I have made your single Irish chain in purples and greens. Thank you for all of the free tutorials I know it takes a lot of time and patience to create them, they are all much appreciated. Thank you for an amazing giveaway. I would love this bundle Elizabeth is an amazing and gifted designer just like you.

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  66. I bought your Irish Chain book at a recent trunk show you gave (thank you sew much) and I intend on taking one of your classes at QuiltFest in Layton this year! Thanks for hosting the giveaway! Utahoosier at gmail dot com

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  67. I would love to try your version of a t shirt quilt--I love the clear instructions you gave for cutting and choosing a layout.

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  68. I have your In Your Neighborhood pattern - haven't done it yet, but will.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  69. I started on your pattern Star Surround way back when you did the quilt a long. It's currently sitting under my quilting table in a bin, waiting to be finished. There's about 6 quilts in front of it.

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  70. ok Melissa don't laugh...but I don't twit, tweet, hash, I guess that leaves me to post :) I see your adorable apron in my future...thanks for the chance to win these beautiful fabrics. jecagain@gmail.com

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  71. Congratulations on your very own hashtag! Unfortunately, I left all forms of social media....so I'll have to post here as well. I have made your Knotty Apron and love it...and will make it again...but next I want to make your cutting board caddy....with some extra pockets....Thanks for a chance to win!

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  72. I did the whirlybird twist quilt, I don't tweet or Instagram or use hashtags- waste enough time looking aT all the awesome things that are posted in places that I frequent.....

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  73. I am fascinated by the Moroccan lullaby pattern. I also like your cutting board caddy pattern. However, like some of the others I don't do social media, either.

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  74. I have the Irish Chain Twist quilt on my todo list. Would love to make it in girly colors for my cute little niece.

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  75. I made a single block Star Surround quilt. It took a long time to go from finished top to finished quilt but now it lives on my bed and each time I see it I get to thinking how I really must make another one.

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  76. I have made a version of The Wall....love how quickly that one comes together....sometimes you just need a quick and easy quilt.

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  77. I love the irish chain ideas that you have so I put my current project on instagram. I would love to win this pile of fabric because Elizabeth Hartman is cute fabrics just like yours. colorful and happy

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  78. I have done your Tetris QAL, Star Surround QAL and Star Light Star Bright QAL. I'm not on instagram so if I make another of your patterns I'll get a photo to you another way. I have your Irish Chain book so I'll make some things out of that one day.

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  79. I have made all the QAL's, they are some of my favorite quilts. And many, many of your others cause the patterns and tuts are so easy to follow. You have a great gift. Thanks.

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  80. I'd like to make one of your Irish Chain quilts. carolann427@aol.com

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  81. Thanks for the giveaway. Love the fabric! I haven't made anything from you blog yet, but Petal Pop is on my list. I've had several queen sized quilts in the works that certain patterns were requested, therefore, I haven't gotten to it. I have the pattern, though! That's a good start, right? LOL

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  82. I'd like to make 'The Way the Crow Flies' - I love flying geese!

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  83. I would like to make "On the Go"!

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  84. Congrats on your new hashtag....I would like to make Simple by Design...love the rainbow effect. Thanks for sharing the giveaway!

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  85. I would like to make your Irish Chain Twist. It looks so pretty.

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  86. I made the Winter Seeds table topper for my daughter. It turned out great and she really liked it.

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  87. I made the #irishchaintwistqal. Well, the top is finished, that is!

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  88. I love my Star Light Star Bright quilt from the quilt along. I've also made the super scrappy Irish chain block for a bee that was super cute!

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  89. I would love to make your "Steps to Tranquility" quilt. I always enjoy reading your blog.

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  90. I have looked through your website and have some of your pattern but the one that always stops me is Refracted. I just need to make it. One day...

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  91. Awesome that you created a hashtag!!! The pattern that I would love to make is Simply by Design and Paintbox Basics would be perfect... Don't you think?

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  92. I have made your beautiful double ended Dresden plate quilt. I used the "fat cat" Dresden template to make it. Love the pattern as did my grand daughter, whom I gave it to. Such a unique and unusual Dresden design. It has always been my all time favorite. Thank you for the pattern.

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  93. I made a lap quilt in your sew along , IRISH CHAIN TWIST !
    I'd love love love this bundle of fabric!!!
    Susie

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  94. Your Morocan Lullaby pattern is to die for. Sooner or later, it will be on my list of finished projects!!!!!

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  95. I have made your value star block and stockings! I love your tutorials! thanks!

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  96. I would love to make your Iridh chain quilt. on my list.

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  97. I have your book and one day I'll be making an Irish Chain!

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  98. I am working on a quilt from your book.

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  99. I see an Irish Chain in my future plans!

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  100. I have your book with one of the quilts bookmarked for an Irish Chain project.

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  101. I have made your hugs and kisses in the park in beautiful batiks. Many of your other patterns are on my very long "want to make" list.

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  102. I hashtagged a photo of your book on my IG. Thanks a bunch!

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  103. I would like to try your Double Dresden Delight (and this bundle would be soon suitable :)) Besides, I feel I have to make something Irish chain, after living in Ireland for over half a year already!

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  104. I would like to make All In A Row. It's adorable and looks like a lot of fun too. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  105. I started the Original Happy Quilting Quiltalong when you first set it up, I've not finished yet, but that's what happens when you use 2.5" squares instead of the 5" ones in the pattern and choose to make a King size quilt! I have at least got the fabric back out again recently and am in the process of making more disappearing blocks

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  106. I completed Star Surround. It is one of my favorite quilts.

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  107. My first retreat class was with you in St. George 3 years ago. It was the best class I have taken. I think I need another one from you.

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  108. i started the Irish Change Twist, now need time to finish it.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  109. I have no idea how to do this. I have an Instagram account. I have pics of my Star Surround quilt, but I do not know how to put the two together. Thanks so much, Melissa, for all of the great patterns you share with us.

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  110. I'm dying to make Moroccan Lullaby

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  111. I would love to make your Starburst or All in a Row patterns. They are great.

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  112. I would love to make midnight frost table runner ....Would be so pretty lol love blues....happyness04431@yahoo.com #happyquiltingwithmc

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  113. Your double dresden is on my to do list. Thanks so much for sharing

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  114. I participated in your Star surround QAL and loved it! Thanks so much and congrats on the hashtag!

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  115. I would love to make your Starburst quilt. Thank you for the lovely giveaway and the chance.

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  116. I have decided that I would love to make the Christmas Charming Totes this year.

    Fabulous thank you.

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  117. I love your Eye Spy Diamonds pattern. One of these days I'll be making that.

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  118. I've been wanting to make your double dresden pattern. I have it on my Craftsy pattern list but haven't attempted it yet. And thanks for remembering those of us who are not on social media :)
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  119. I haven't decided which yet, but an Irish chain from your book is on my short list.

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  120. I'd love to make the off kilter quilt and I've always wanted to do a b&w Irish chain.

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  121. I have your Dreaming of Paris pattern and I hope to use it soon for a quilt for our bed. Have not gotten round to our bed quilt yet.

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  122. I have your Braided Irish Chain pattern and can't wait to start it. Thanks for the opportunity! ecboeringa@gmail.com

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  123. LOVE Diamond Drop and On The Go

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  124. This school year I was a Parapro in the media center, so I would like to make the Read to me quilt as a wall hanging for in there.

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  125. I would like to make the cover quilt from your Irish Chains book

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  126. I've done your Tetris and Starbright qal!!

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  127. I think I've done all of your QALs except one. I recently emailed you latest finish, it was your last QAL and it had a purple background.

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  128. Last year I made my daughter your Dreaming of Paris quilt. It was my second
    quilt, and I scoured the internet for the Basic Grey fabric which really went with the colors in her home.

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  129. I am always in need of reducing my scraps, so your coins design looks like one I would like to try. Thanks for sharing.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  130. I have your Flying in Squares quilt on my list of quilts I want to make.

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  131. I have made two giant starlight star bright blocks that just need to be quilted and made into floor pillows. They have been finished since the original qal. Oh the shame!!!

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  132. I've pulled fabrics for the Star Surrond quilt along and have cut fabrics for the Star Light Quilt along and have them on my To Quilt list for this summer. I like the Quilt Alongs, although I'm bad at keeping up with them when they're running!

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  133. I think I would like to make playing the scales.

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  134. Cool hashtag!! Who knew it would be so difficult getting it just right? :)
    I am inspired by your Allstar quilt, especially with the name at the bottom. I want to make a lap quilt for my husband's aunt who lives in a nursing home and would like to put her name on the bottom too.

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  135. I love the Starburst design, it's on my list of quilts to make.

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  136. I've made 3 starburst quilts so far.

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  137. I would like to, some day, make the Corkscrew pattern!

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  138. I have your pattern In Your Neighborhood and I hope to be able to make it soon; it's lovely!

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  139. I made a commissioned memory quilt using your tutorial for "The Wall". It was made from her late husbands favorite cotton shirts and it turned out beautiful!!!

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  140. I want to make your String of Pearls quilt from your Irish Quilts book!

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  141. I love your double Dresden delight!

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  142. You've done so many pretty quilts. I saved the tutorial for the T-shirt Memory quilt. I have shirts from when my daughter was little and did pageants so I'd like to make her a quilt.

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  143. I made your Refracted quilt years ago. You can see it here: http://joyfulquilter2.blogspot.com/2013/03/correction.html
    I finally got it quilted earlier this month and am in the process of sewing the binding down. Love the quilt and the pattern. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  144. I have made Braided Irish Chain and I'm thinking Summer Breeze would be a great one about now.

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  145. I have Playing the Scales on my quilting bucket list! It's a gorgeous quilt! Thank you for all the inspiration that you provide.

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  146. When I saw "Kings Crossing" I immediately put it on my list...you know, the list every quilter has. It even bumped a few other quilts down some slots. So, I'd definitely have to say "Kings Crossing". Thanks for sharing such a great pattern.

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  147. I have your Simple by Design pattern and would love to make it with this gorgeous bundle!

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  148. I would make the Diamond Drop. This is my favourite...

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  149. As a new quilter (3 years ago) I purchased 2 patterns - and In My Neighborhood was one of those - I wanted a mid-century look and that pattern took my eye. It is still waiting but I will make it sometime soon - love your blog and inspiration

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  150. I really want to make an Irish Chain quilt, I love the one on the cover or your book!

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  151. I have your book and there is so much eye candy there that I'm just gonna have to buckle down and start sewing! I'm thinking An Irish Braid to start with.

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  152. I have made your last 3 quilt-alongs and I love each one! One is one my guest bed right now, one was a baby gift and one, still to be quilted, is for my bed. I can't wait for the next quilt-along!!!!

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  153. I think those fabrics would be perfect for one of your Irish Chain quilts. Pick me!!

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  154. Hi Melissa...I look at everything you do her, and love it! Haven't taken part yet, but one day!!!
    Keep up the great work...

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  155. Haven't made one of yours yet, and I like all of the chains.

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  156. I am making "Read with Me" for my daughter. She is a librarian and this will go perfectly for her to display in her office. Thanks for the great design.

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  157. I want to make a "read with me" quilt for my grandson - need to make it with boy colors!

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  158. I just finished "Out for a Stroll" - well the top at least. Still have to quilt and bind but it looks awesome. Next up will be a rainbow Super Scrappy Single Irish Chain.

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  159. I have taken a class from you and the top is done. But I really want to do one of the quilt alongs.Also something from your book.

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  160. I have your Irish Chain book and have not started one yet mainly because I can't decide which one!!

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  161. Two quilts using the Sugar Pop and Change tutorial are what I made recently for the nonprofit organization Quilts From the Heart.

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  162. "On The Go" I made for my niece's 6 month old baby because "he's always on the go."

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  163. I took part in the Starburst QAL, love that pattern. And that bundle is gorgeous.

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  164. Irish Chain is such a tried and true classic - making one in modern fabrics like "Paintbox Basics" would bring it so up-to-date!

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  165. I just finished your Double Take (still need to sew on the mascot) for a graduation gift. I did your ABC Read with Me for my kindergarten-teacher daughter, and I also did your Rah Rah Rally one 6 times! (LOVE that one!). I have several more of your patterns on my to-do list.

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  166. I'm constantly inspired by your work! Who knows when I've made something that was subconsciously copying you. 😉
    I do know that I used your tutorial for "The Wall" to make a car seat cover for my son. It turned out super cute.

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  167. The Charm Bracelet wonky quilt from your book is on my to-do list!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  168. I've had your "read with me" quilt pinned for ever - one day I'll have time to actually make it! Thanks for all the gorgeous projects and for the chance to win x

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  169. Since discovering your fabulous blog, I have wanted to make your Super Scrappy Irish Chain quilt tutorial! Hopefully, in the next few months I will get it made!

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  170. I would like to make Trade Winds and Bonnie Rose. Lovely patterns!

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  171. I love scrappy quilts and you always supply great inspiration. I'm thinking that Star Surround is in my near future.

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  172. Your Braided Irish Chain is on my to-do list

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  173. I want to make Simply By Design.

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  174. I would love to make your "Read with Me" quilt! Thank you!

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  175. I would like to make the I Spy diamone quilt.

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  176. I would like to make a single Irish chain quilt, and if I had leftovers a new ironing board cover would be nice. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  177. I would love to make your Irish Chain Twist - i've made several Irish Chains and I just love them!

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  178. I made a bag from a pattern on bakeshop, "take it all" tote that brought me to your blog. Used it today to take sailing gear down to the river for my daughter to go sailing with her daddy.

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  179. I just got my North Star quilt back from the longarmer. I'll try to post a picture soon.

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  180. I love the Read With Me quilt. I think it is now on my bucket list for a friend.

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  181. Your patterns inspire me, I haven't made any but SIMPLY BY DESIGN - #106; BRAIDED IRISH CHAIN - #107; TRADE WINDS - #113 are my favorites. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  182. OMG! I just found the recipe book cover ...On my way to make it. Thank you!

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  183. PLAYFUL POSIES!!! My favorite!!! But I also love your row in the Moda row by row book! (Littledixiegirl01@gmail.com)

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  184. The irish chain twist! Everytime i see one of your quilts i think to myself that i need to find that pattern. I'm usually reading your blog on my phone so it didn't even occur to me to see what else is on your site!

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  185. I want to make a Corkscrew quilt! I love the balance of the brights with the black & white, and there are so many options for playing with the layouts of the other colors!

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  186. Unfortunately, I have not made one of your patterns yet, but I would love to make the Boxed In and Out quilt. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  187. I really like Moroccan Lullaby, and Corkscrew. I have never made one of your patterns. Love the bright colors you use! Thanks for the draw. raydeer@memlane.com

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  188. i have had the pattern As the Crow Flies for awhile now. It's still on my someday list!

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  189. I would love to find time to make your Star Surround Quilt Along project.

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  190. Your Irish Chain twist pattern is on my very long bucket list. I am going to have to quilt til I am very ancient to get through my list. Or, abandon housework altogether. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  191. I am hoping to make Trade Winds soon!

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  192. I made a quilt with your Starburst pattern. I love it!

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  193. I followed along with your QAL for Star Light Star Bright, and later made another quilt from the same pattern. I learned so much!

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  194. I have about 1/2 hour or so on a shirt (not 't') that I'm doing for a friend from her daddy's cowboy shirts. Then it's on to finish up some projects and of course some new work. Thanks.

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  195. My Starburst quilt has won three ribbons!

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  196. I have the Braided Irish Chain pattern, but haven't made it yet. It's on my list though. jarvenpa1ne(at)gmail(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