Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day.    Let's have some fun :)

First off, we would normally choose a winner of last weeks TTGD, but whereas I don't have internet because I am currently in the middle of the ocean, we will procrastinate choosing a winner until next Tuesday when there will be a winner of last weeks and this weeks giveaway!!!      
  
So on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Olie and Evie.  Rhonda has an adorable Etsy shop and she has just packed with lots of new wonderful pre-cuts and beautiful yardage!!!  And Rhonda is having an awesome Blowout Sale with yardage priced from $3 - $7 a yard!!! Lots of pre-cuts are at reduced prices as well :)   This is a great time to buy backings for quilts, replenish favorite prints, backgrounds and solids!!!  So pop on over and check it out!!!


And Rhonda's  Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is so super fun!!!!    The lucky winner will receive a selection of quilting patterns from  Olie and Evie !!!    So much fun!!!!  




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 a favorite Quilt Pattern you have made ;) 

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Olie and Evie love.   You can follow them on  FacebookInstagram at their blog, or Favorite their Shopor you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Olie and Evie Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday,  February 7th when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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142 comments:

  1. I really love simple and traditional patterns. I have made a few Trip Atound the World and Irish Chains. Love them both!

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  2. I love my Granny Square Quilt the most. It's very simple so pretty.

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  3. I'm working on a farm girl quilt right now that I am really enjoying!

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  4. The most complex quilt I have ever made is McCall's "PS I Love You" I didn't think I would every get it done. It was definitely for an Experienced Quilter. I am an Intermediate at best.

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  5. I have been choosing patterns from my quilt magazines lately. I am starting to work on a unique geometric pattern for my son. I think it's called Dash in a Box. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  6. My favorite quilt pattern is Elephant Parade by Lorna Mahon. I haven't finished it, but I did enjoy making the little elephants and coming up with new ideas for their friends.

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  7. One of my favorites that I have made was a bargello.

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  8. I do have their shop favorited. I visited their shop and checked out the patterns. Some really nice ones there, I liked Cluck, Cluck, Sew patterns and Coriander quilts. Plus, those "Sew on the Go" cases are just so cute. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  9. My goodness, I don't have a favorite quilt pattern. That's why I just keep making and making and making....

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  10. I have already favorited Olie and Evie's Etsy shop, and follow them on Instagram.

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  11. What a great shop they have! Great selection. I like the Spectrum by V and Co. jelly roll and/or fat quarter pack.

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  12. I love a good Jacob's Ladder!

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  13. I love them all but tend to lean more towards traditional patterns.

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  14. Some of my favorite quilts I have made are sampler quilts, thanks for the giveaway!
    garvey56@gmail.com

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  15. I follow Olie and Evie on IG. _bosissy
    garvey56@gmail.com

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  16. I've enjoyed making quilts from your Irish Chain book - North Star and Unraveled.

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  17. I follow O&E's blog via bloglovin.

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  18. I can't say I have a favorite, that would be like picking a favorite child. It's a secret.

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  19. I like the hedgehog pattern by elizabeth hartman every time I make it (4 so far) it makes me smile

    sharongalli@gmail.com

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  20. following olie and evie on instagram

    sharongalli@gmail.com

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  21. My favorite quilt pattern is the AWS by Di Ford Hall.

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  22. Mine is a tie between the two patterns I used for my daughters when they got married.

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  23. Visited the website. Awesome sale on yardage! You seldom find those low prices on quality fabric!

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  24. I loved making Tula Pinks 100 blocks!

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  25. So far, it's the Little Ruby pattern for the sew along at Fat Quarter Shop. I went out of my comfort zone with that one!

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  26. I made OlieandEvie a favorite shop. It will be, too. So many choices!

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  27. I loved the Sweet Tea quilt pattern by Basic Grey!

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  28. A favorite I have made is the Spell it With Moda quilt I made for my youngest.

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  29. The Thicket Little Critter panels from the Etsy shop are super adorable!

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  30. A favorite i made was actually a quilt of my own design, an applique quilt for my daughter to match the wallpaper in her bedroom.

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  31. I love pinwheels, on their own or in combo with other patterns. No telling how many I've made! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  32. I follow O&E on Instagram snd get their blog. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  33. I'm addicted to pre-cuts and Olive an de Evie has a beautiful collection.

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  34. My favorite pattern so far has to be a mystery quilt that I did last year. I am already planning to do it again in different colors. ~Linda
    dragonfly9716(at)gmail(dot)com

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  35. I never make a quilt pattern twice but I tend toward scrappy or big and bold. Everything is new and exciting! crazeematz@gmail.com

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  36. I love Butterfly Blooms or a Granny Square quilt but then I like a complicated Twisted Log Cabin too.

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  37. I already follow Ollie and Ewe on FB

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  38. My favorite quilt pattern is the log cabin.

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  39. Favorite pattern to date is one currently working on...Baubles by Quilt Infatuation.

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  40. I favorited Ollie and Evie on Etsy.

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  41. My favorite pattern I've made so far is Metro Rings by Sew Kind of Wonderful. I'm just starting their Metro Medallion pattern so I may have a new favorite soon 😀

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  42. I know you are having a blast. My favorite pattern of late is the binding star quilt. I am on my second one. My first was started and completed in January!

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  43. I just finished a quilt using alternating blocks, one of which is called the Which Way block by Kathryn Wilson Tucker, published in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks, version 8. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  44. I follow them on BlogLovin. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  45. My favorite pattern is always the one I am working on!
    Thanks!

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  46. An offset large star quilt, Star Bright Quilt for my daughter.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  47. I follow their blog.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  48. Coastal Lily was one of my favorite quilts to make, although there are many more I really enjoyed putting together.

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  49. Right now I'm loving any plus patterns. Lots out there from various pattern designers. So much fun to pick and choose.

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  50. I follow Ollie and Evie on FB and instagram.

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  51. My favorite quilt is one that I designed myself. It's the best thing I've ever done, but it's my sister's now :-( I also love Violet Craft's elephant pattern,

    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  52. I really like the Something Wicked brocade in Olie & Evie's store. Into low volume right now.

    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  53. I follow via FB. maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  54. My favorite quilt that I have made recently....a bargello quilt. To make it even more special, my mom (soon to turn 80) spent a month with me. She told me the quilt was on her "bucket list". Together we tackled it and it is now ready for her special machine quilting. I can't hardly wait to see the finished quilt. So special in so many ways! maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  55. I'm loving the binding star quilt right now. It's so much fun!

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  56. my go to pattern is the log cabin. recently I made a baby quilt in the zig zag pattern. that was so fun. all the zigs and zags were flowers and fun animals.

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  57. Hope you are having a grand time. I follow them on FB

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  58. A favorite quilt pattern I have made is Pat Sloan's Hometown Charm. It has both piecing and applique and is a fun quilt. I need to finish it up and plan to this year.

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  59. I just visited the etsy shop and it is full of wonderful things. Hard to pick a favorite in the short time I had to look around, but I love Miss Rosie's (Carrie Nelson) patterns. She was one of the first people I took classes from here in Phoenix and love the way she teaches and "talks" through her patterns.

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  60. I love scrappy quilts, traditional patterns, and stars.....So any combination of those is always my favorite!!

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  61. My favorite is the very first one I made, very scrappy before I knew it was cool to be scrappy. I no long have it but it was my first real quilt with batting and all.

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  62. I love my Lori Holt sampler quilt from Quilty fun. I made it scrappy from my stash.

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  63. I love the low volume fabric at the etsy shop. I just received a yard of lovely words in French from the shop today.

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  64. I love big block quilts, my favorite is the Rolling Stone and Jack In the Box. Love the way the fabric is showcased.
    sascott4@hotmail.com

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  65. I enjoy my chairty sewing. Whether its Quilts of Valor for wounded soldiers, dog beds for the local animal shelter or pillowcases for kids with cancer. Its very rewarding!

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  66. Thimble Blossom's Swoon pattern is a favorite of mine. I've made it several times for different people.

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  67. Y favorite right now is the Double Slice Layer Cake my MSQ. Visited & favorited Olie and Evie. Loved the Lulu Lane charm pack and the sew in the go cases. Also following your blog. Thanks Melissa

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  68. Visited and favored Olie and Evie and quite a few of the fabrics

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  69. I really like Bento Box quilt. Fast and easy!

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  70. I am following Olie and Evie on Facebook.

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  71. My favorite quilt pattern so far has been the Hanging Gardens quilt I made for my husband. Once I got everything cut, it went together quickly!

    Sandy A

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  72. My favorite pattern is whatever I'm working on at the moment. It might be an applique pattern or log cabin-my current work in progess. It's just too hard to choose.

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  73. I have made several Yellow Brick Road quilts. I love that each time you get to create something truly different since rotating the blocks changes the layout and the fabrics you chose really get a chance to shine.

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  74. Now that is hard - I have made a sample quilt that I am crazy about.

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  75. Recently I made two tumbler quilts with sashing between the blocks. Fun and quick to make. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  76. I follow Olie & Evie on Facebook. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  77. That is one hard question. Ive made so many quilts. And have so many more coming. I think i like them all!! From yellow brick road ro anything bonnie and camille to fig tree. I have the snapshots quilt all done. Was fun. Ready to be quilted.

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  78. I loved making the Cluck Cluck See pumpkin quilt. Now I'm on to the Farmgirl quilt. See much fun!!

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  79. My favourite quilt pattern is a Log Cabin quilt. I just finished all the squares and getting ready to put the top together.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  80. I visited the shop and found a Spectrum Fat Quarter Bundle by V and Co. for Moda which I love!

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  81. I'm making a Swoon quilt right now, something I never thought I would do!

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  82. I just finished a Christmas Dresden plate for my sister. Jkestevens@aol.com

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  83. Just finished a Christmas Entwined Quilt for a daughter-in-law, and a lovable dragon quilt for an expected baby across the street.

    Also our quilt guild has door prizes for attendees. Some of these will be perfect for that, and it affords new people the chance to become aware of unknown designers, shops, authors, etc. Thank you.

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  84. Two of my favorite patterns have been the SLSB quilt along and the MiniSwoon. Have fun out at sea!

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  85. I follow Olie and Evie on Insagram =) . Thanks!

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  86. My all time favorite quilt pattern I made was the Log Cabin.

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  87. I love the Olives Flower Market layer cake from Olie and Evie shop.

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  88. My favorite quilt pattern is pineapples.

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  89. I follow Olie and Evie's blog, on Instagram and their shop.

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  90. Favorite pattern so far was a paper-pieced one I used in a class; it was called Oklahoma Dogwood (I remember the name because it looks nothing like any plant I've ever seen!)

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  91. Toss up between Spool pattern and French braid. I've made two of each. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  92. I just made a pinwheel sampler and loved all the variety -- so fun!

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  93. My favorite quilt block is the Ohio Star. It can be traditional or modern, depending on fabrics and placement.

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  94. My favorite quilt block is the Ohio Star. It can be traditional or modern, depending on fabrics and placement.

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  95. I recently made a Cherry Tree Lane quilt, by Aqua Paisley Studio, and sew enjoyed making it!!
    Susie

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  96. I looked at O & E , and found the Spectrum Fat Quarter Bundle by V and Co. ! Gorgeous!!
    Susie

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  97. Great patterns to start my granddaughters out on.

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  98. I think my favorite quilt pattern is usually whatever I am working on.

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  99. My favorite quilt may be a pixelated heart made from vintage sheet fabrics.
    I have ordered from Olie and Evie and recommend them highly��
    Thank you for the opportunity to win

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  100. I just finished a Pow-Wow quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew that I enjoyed!

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  101. I love the Garden Fence pattern - I've made it 3 times so far!

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  102. I follow O and E on facebook!

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  103. One of my favorite patterns is sidelights.

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  104. I have always love the double wedding ring quilt pattern.

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  105. I love the Gravity pattern... currently working on it!

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  106. I love the Olive's Flower market bundle in the shop!

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  107. My favourite quilt pattern right now is Highway 10 Designs' "City Slicker". My friends, Kathy Schwartz and Lori Suss, are the designers and never fail to impress with their designs.

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  108. My favorite quilt pattern is a Log Cabin quilt😊

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  109. I love making Sampler quilts the most, but if I have to pick just one it wold be a log cabin quilt because of the versatility.

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  110. I just started following Ole and aerie after ordering from their shop. They have a great selection of patterns as well as good fabric prices.

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  111. Radiant sun is my favourite though I do love any log cabin quilt and I have done a couple of Miss Rosies quilts and they are beautiful.

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  112. A Favorite Quilt pattern I've used is called Sweet Potato Pie From Tis the Autumn Season quilt book by Shelley Wicks and Jeanne Large. I love a great fall colored quilt!
    quiltlovefordomesticfelicity(at)gmail(dot)com

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  113. My favourite quilt pattern was a Kaleidoscope quilt made from autumn coloured scraps

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  114. Visited the Olie and Evie shop and love the Spectrum Fat Quarter Bundle

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  115. I love my Swoon that I just finished.

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  116. I follow Olie and Evie on IG.

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  117. I'm doing a Sister Sampler quilt right now and it is so fun. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  118. I would love to get some Bonnie and Camille Basics. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  119. I love traditional patterns and stars, of course. Some of my favorite patterns have been your QALs! I've also loved making Swoon by Camille Roskelly Thimbleblossoms, and I'd love to make more of her patterns, too!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  120. I follow Olive and Evie on Bloglovin, Facebook, and email. I follow their Etsy shop, too!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  121. I just added their blog to my feed.

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  122. Crazy Eights is a fantastic pattern that is FQ friendly and great to use as a quicker pattern for a gift. Easy to finish yourself with a crosshatch quilting design.

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  123. I follow O&E on FB and email. I really don't have a favorite quilt pattern. I like quick and easy!

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  124. Ruby, Opal, and Pearl from the Moda Bake Shop is my favorite so far.

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  125. One of my favorites is Scrappy Nines by Pat Wys. There are a million little pieces. I made it in Black and white. It was stunning. It's on my list to sew again. Happy weekend to you!

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  126. I'm loving the sale items in their shop. I may order some of the yardage from Little Black Dess.

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

Melissa