Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!    Let's have some fun!!!

But  before we get to today's giveaways . . . First,  we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!   The winner of the $25.00 Gift Certificate from The Scarlet Thread Quilt Co. is . . . Number #116. . . Congrats Nancy Lewis!!!!! I have emailed you :)    

 


So on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Olie and Evie.  Rhonda has a fantastic Etsy shop that is just packed with wonderful pre-cuts and beautiful yardage !!!  And Rhonda is giving Happy Quilting readers a special discount of 10% off orders over $25.00 with the code MELISSA10.  You can use that on some beautiful fabrics, including some of the low volume prints in the giveaway that were recently put on sale  :)
And Rhonda's  Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is so super fun!!!!    Rhonda has been having lots of fun with Low Volume prints in her shop, and today she has an incredible 32 Low Volume Print Fat Quarter Bundle for one lucky winner :)  These would be perfect so so many projects . . .  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 project you have made with Low Volume prints, and if you haven't made one, what one would you like to make ;) 

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Olie and Evie love.   You can follow them on  FacebookInstagram (where you can see all of their pre-order specials), 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,  June 13th 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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394 comments:

  1. My favorite low volume project (which is still unfinished!) is the Vintage Cotton Reel mini quilt pattern by Jemima Flendt of Tied With a Ribbon; I used them for the cotton reel, and have a bright red background. The top has been completed for months, but it's currently residing in my WIP pile!

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  2. I made a table runner in very muted white/taupe prints for my mother and it sits beautifully on her formal dining room table. I had a hard time giving it up!

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  3. I used a stack of low volume squares to make EPP hexies :)

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  4. I follow Olie & Evie on Instagram (@tilleybl)

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  5. I'm planning to do a feathers quilt with the feathers in all low volume.

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  6. I always use solid white in the background of my quilts, but lately I've been wanting to explore low volume to give more depth. I was thinking of using it in my upcoming Gravity Quilt!

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  7. I need to incorporate more low-volume fabrics into my stash, because for some reason, I'm drawn to low-volume quilts, but when I shop, I'm always filling up my cart with super-saturated fabrics! Every time. Please reply to ruth_hase@yahoo.com

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  8. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram. Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway!

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  9. I have a blueberry park low volume roll waiting for ideas--may mix with brighter colors for baby quilt.

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  10. I've only used solid white in my quilts. Would love to try low volume prints in a project.

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  11. Gorgeous low volume fabrics! I need some for a value quilt that I have planned.

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  12. Following Olie and Evie on IG. Thanks for sponsoring this lovely giveaway.

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  13. What a pretty bundle of fabric! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  14. I've Favorited their shop. I'm not an orange fabric person but I am intrigued by the orange stick quilt kit.

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  15. I made a quilt with a different low-volume prints in the background of each block; had to use some I wasn't completely happy with, so I need this bundle.

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  16. I currently have a half square triangle crazy pinwheel quilt in the works in pale blues as a baby gift for a friend.

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  17. This fabric would look cute in the mesh bags I've been making this summer.

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  18. I made a HST Christmas quilt with some low volume prints. I am hoping to make a pixelated heart quilt with low volume prints next! What a great giveaway!!! Thanks.

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  19. I set their shop as a favorite. My favorite thing was the large selection of Moda fabric at good prices.

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  20. I'm in the process of making an English Paper Pieced "Plus" quilt with low volume prints. It may take me twenty years to complete, but I'm enjoying it so far!!

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  21. I made a low volume baby quilt and then added bright pink flowers.

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  22. I'm making a queen sized 1" hexie quilt with LV fabrics! She's about 3/4 done.

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  23. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram.

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  24. I loved making the low volume sky on the "My Small World" quilt by Jen Kingwell.

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  25. I haven't used the low column fabrics yet, but would love to use this in a charity quilt project.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  26. Years ago when these were called background prints I used them in a lot of my quilts. I think that these would be awesome to use in a paper pieced flying geese mini quilt I have on my to do list.

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  27. I follow Ollie and Evie on FB.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  28. I haven't ever made a low volume quilt but I would love to Make the chamomile quilt it's so pretty💗

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  29. I made an x and o quilt for my granddaughter. I'm always needing more of this fabric. Love the range.

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  30. Low volumes make my heart so happy! I'm working on a half hexie baby quilt for my little one due in August. It's so calming! Brooklyn.kelley@gmail.com

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  31. I'm planning a low volume orange peel quilt, with a few brights for the "peels".

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  32. I've been waiting to try a twisted log cabin pattern and thinking of all the beautiful things this bundle could become! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  33. I follow Olive and Evie on Instagram-- have been for several months now :) brookelyn.kelley@gmail.com

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  34. I'd make an EPP quilt with these gorgeous fabrics. Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  35. I follow Olie and Evie on FB.

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  36. My favorite low volume project is a star quilt with all low volume background.

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  37. I made a table topper out of low volume prints.

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  38. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook and Instagram.

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  39. I've used lots of low volumes in the additions that I've made to some traveling bee quilts!

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  40. My favorite item in the shop is the Sugar Pie layer cake!

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  41. I love this low volume fabric
    I need more background fabric

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  42. The Olie and Evie Etsy store is one of my favorites

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  43. I favorited Olie and Evie's shop.

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  44. I occasionally use low volume fabrics as scrappy backgrounds for applique.

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  45. I occasionally use low volume fabrics as background for applique.

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  46. Have liked and followed Olie and Evie's shop on Facebook!

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  47. I've made a pillow with low volumes a few years ago and surely tempted to keep it!

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  49. I would love to sew a quilt with low volume prints for a bright, airy look for the summer.

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  50. I love to use low volume prints for interest in scrappy quilts.

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  51. Olie & Evie has a great selection of pre-cuts at their shop!

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  52. A baby quilt, it was calming and sweet.

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  53. I'm about to start a project with some low volume prints. I plan on pairing them with a contrast and make a hunter's star design.

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  54. I made a churn dash quilt with little ditsy calicos and light backgrounds. Very soft and sweet.

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  55. HELLO, no I have not made a Low-volumne quilt, but like them+want to do one soon! Thanks to You+Olie+Evie for sharing!

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  56. Working on the low volume Chamomile quilt, for which I just received the kit from @olieandevie. Rhonda is one of my very favorite vendors, and I only wished I lived close enough to shop in person!

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  57. I did a flying geese quilt where the sky was all low volume and I love it.

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  58. I follow Rhonda by email, IG, and whatever way I can. I especially enjoy our frequent DM chats!

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  59. I'd like to make some table runners with low volume prints.

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  60. I already have their shop favorited. Such fantastic stuff there! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  61. I would like to sew a pillow using low volume prints, these are awesome! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  62. I haven't made one yet because I don't have enough in my stash yet.

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  63. I visited and favorite'd their shop!

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  64. In 2014 I made the most darling baby girl quilt using low volume prints in 1 1/2 in strips. I still have the picture of it.

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  65. A few years back I made Thimbleberries Christmas quilt. Evergreen trees and used low volume prints. I LOVE that quilt.

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  66. This bundle would be perfect for a lovely feminine quilt for the Linus project.

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  67. I made some scrappy\low volume quilts to cover a couple of old comforters and I think they are some of my favorites.

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  68. I made a baby quilt for my great nephew; squares of colorful fabrics surrounded by low value fabrics. So square in a square, where the central square in each block was randomly colorful scrap, and the borders of each block was low volume. Then two borders of print fabric. I called the quilt "Little Windows."

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  69. I plan to make a hexie quilt using low volume prints!

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  70. I visited their shop, nice shop.

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  71. I follow on instagram. Learning to appreciate low volume fabrics as I move into the wider ranges of patterns. Thanks for the wonderful offer.

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  72. I made a sampler baby quilt out of beige and white. Very sweet.

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  73. I follow Olie&Evie on Instagram and I just visited their Etsy Shop and have a fat quarter of basic grunge in my cart. I am trying to talk myself outta buying it. Fat chance of that, right?

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  74. I made Dresden plates and the background was constructed of all low volume prints.

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  75. I have never made a low volume quilt.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  76. I now follow Olie and Evie on FB

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  77. I visited their shop.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  78. I did a lovely churn dash quilt using low volume fabrics and a white background. It was very summery and had a real shabby chic feel to it.

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  79. The low volume prints would be great for a scrappy quilt background.
    rozz01 at cox dot net

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  80. I follow Olie & Evie on FB.
    rozz01 at cox dot net

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  81. I'm working on the La Passacaglia quilt and I would love to add these low volume prints to it!

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  82. I have their shop as a favorite on etsy

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  83. Olie&Evie is one of my go to places. I love their Clearance section. best prices and great selection.

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  84. I haven't made a low volume quilt but will in the future. I'm going to make a small
    table topper quilt for my dining room table.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  85. I saw a Moda Building Blocks Quilt Kit on OlieandEvie that I love!

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  86. My favorite is the one I have planned: low-volume with hoarded High Street. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  87. I'd like to make a churn dash quilt with these fabrics. I haven't done anything low volume but think it would be lovely.

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  88. I have never heard of a low volume quilt before and had to ask my friend Google about it and it sent me to pintrest. I love the look of Low Volume! especially the ones with a pop of color here and there. I found a vintage postage stamp quilt pattern I would love to try! Olie and Evie could be my new favorites! I love all the prints. I need to check out the site now

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  89. I followed Olie &Evie on Instagram and Facebook. They have some terrific ideas!

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  90. I made a pretty little patchwork quilt for my baby girl with every other square low volume.
    And I followed Olie & Evie on Instagram. :)

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  91. I use low volumn prints as background or lights in quilts. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  92. Something Wicked Grey Bats is perfect for Halloween. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  93. I made a log cabin king sized quilt using low volumes and aqua prints for my son/DIL and that pretty much wiped me out of low volume fabrics!

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  94. What a gorgeous low volume bundle! It would be perfect for a quilt for my niece!

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  95. I love that shop! The "Feathers" quilt pattern on there is such a cute idea!

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  96. My favorite low-volume project is the Scrap Jar Start quilt that I am currently making blocks for. (Paired with brights, of course!!) LOL

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  97. I haven't made a quilt with low volume prints but would love to make a Tone it Down quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  98. My favorite low-volume project is the Scrap Jar Start quilt that I am currently making blocks for. (Paired with brights, of course!!) LOL

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  99. None in my stitching repotoire yet but I'd love to make some girly fabric baskets , jewelry or cosmo bags with those low volumne prints. THank you.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. My favorite project with low volume prints is a quilt. A nice big lap sized. Which my hubby doesn't like to share. ;)

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  101. I haven't made a low volume quilt yet, but I'd love to make a simple patchwork one.

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  102. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook.

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  103. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram.

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  104. Thank you Rhonda for hosting/sponsoring and this awesome giveaway, I truly appreciate it. Your shop has me itching to start stitching for CHristmas w/the "Comfort and Joy" bundle.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  105. I'm interested in Chicken Wire white for a project at their Etsy shop

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  106. I haven't made a low volume project yet, but I have been saving some for such a project in the (hopefully) not-too-distant future! Probably a couch quilt.

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  107. I haven't made a low volume quilt but I'd love to make either a scrappy low volume quilt or use them as a background in a granny squares!

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  108. Olie and Evie have a Hazelwood jelly roll--such pretty colors!

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  109. I have not made a low volume quilt yet, but I recently saw a pixelated heart quilt with low volume prints as the background that I have added to my ever growing list.
    dragonfly9716(at)gmail(dot)com

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  110. I have had my eye on this bundle! I want to make I want to make the chamomile quilt pattern with this bundle! Thanks for the giveaway! Thesmittenchicken2 at gmail

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  111. I follow them on Instagram!

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  112. I follow Olie and Evie on IG.

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  113. I made a scrappy plus quilt with various grey/white low volumes as the background. Just loved how these low volumes made the scraps pop.

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  114. I currently have a pixelated heart quilt in the works - my first one using a low volume background.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    tunyosmond at yahoo dot ca

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  115. I visited the shop - wow! really great prices for fabric :)

    tunyosmond at yahoo dot ca

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  116. My favorite use for low volume fabrics. Use them as background for appliques.

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  117. I've not used low volume prints but I could see them mixed with some brights in a New York Beauty quilt

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  118. Just visited the Olie and Evie shop and see that they have the Hex n More ruler that I am interested in

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  119. I have used low volume prints as background in several quilts, most recently a modified Grandmother's fan. This Is a wonderful giveaway! Thanks! cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  120. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram. cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  121. I use low volume material as backgrounds to enhance my central,pattern.

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  122. I have been collecting low volume fabrics to use as a background in a wagon wheel quilt

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  123. I follow Olie and Evie on facebook

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  124. I'm still collecting low volume prints to make a quilt for me!!

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  125. I follow Olie and Evie on facebook

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  126. I haven't done a low volume project yet. I hope to soon.

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  127. I'm collecting low volume fabrics for a tumbler quilt. I saw one that Carrie aka Moda Rosie made with Fig Tree fabrics and absolutely loved it.

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  128. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram.

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  129. I follow Olive and Evie on Instagram

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  130. I use low value prints all the time. I like variety (scrappy) so use as many different backgrounds as possible.

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  131. I have used some low volume prints in a churn dash baby quilt for charity. bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  132. I made a pixelated heart Quilt for Valentine's Day with a low volume background! It's very sweet and soft.

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  133. I follow Olie and Evie on ig.

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  134. I follow Ollie and Edie on Instagram!

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  135. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook, and Instagram.
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  136. I have a pixelated heart on my list of low volume quilts to make. It will be my first lv quilt! This bundle would be awesome!

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  137. I have used low volume scraps in various quilt projects but am itching to make a quilt that will allow LVs to be the star! This assortment looks like it would be perfect. Thanks.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  138. I would like to make a table runner outta low volume prints. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  139. I favorited Olie and Evies shop. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  140. Have made their shop a favourite, I love the Bonnie and Camille Basics jelly roll. x

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  141. I have made a low volume EPP hexie bag, thank you for a lovely giveaway. x

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  142. I love to make patchwork projects with low volume quilts.

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  143. I follow Olie and Evie on facebook.

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  144. Mini Star Crossed quilt pattern has my name on it!

    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  145. I'd really like to make a low volume quilt. It's something I struggle with -- using them (other than for the normal background thing). I love them when I see them, but it's hard for me because I LOVE COLOR!!!!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  146. I use low volume fabrics in my scrappy quilts.

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  147. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram.

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  148. Would like to try an Irish Chain using low volume for the background. This bundle looks like it would fit the bill!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  149. I'm a sucker for precuts - Olie & Evie has a nice selection and great prices. Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  150. I just finished a HST low volume quilt, and I love it! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  151. I have a bundle of Blueberry park low volume prints and looking for a good pattern to put it to use!

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  152. Nice shop! They have some Bonnie and Camille basics which are perfect to use with their other print collections.

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  153. I would make a heart quilt and use those fabrics for the background.

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  154. I liked Ollie & Evie on FB. Though it doesn't look like they have much of a presence there.

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  155. I've got a low volume project lined up with low volume fabric as the background and then a fabric collages cat in the forefront. One of Laurie Heine's designs.

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  156. I follow Olieandevie on Instagram and have ordered many times from her etsy shop. Great selections and great service.

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  157. I'm following Olie and Evie on FB and Instagram!! :-) And I've bought from her before: great fabric and selection.

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  158. It's hard to say which project I've made that I like the best: I seem to make many of my quilts with Low Volume: I just love interest in the backgrounds, and the more the better!! :-) Hugs, H

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  159. I just saw a low volume star quilt on instagram...I thought it would be a neat project to try! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  160. I've mostly used low volume fabrics in bee blocks but I've also used them in the pennypatch quilt pattern byRachel of stitched in colour.

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  161. I like the rainbow fat quarter bundle at Ollie and Evie

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  162. I am just finishing up Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt 2017 and used allot of low volume prints. scrap quilts are my favorite.

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  163. I would love a low volume bundle! I don't have many of them and though I don't know what pattern I would use I have been seeing it used instead of a plain background on some many quilts that I would love to be able to use them for that purpose!

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  164. I follow Ollie & Evie on Instagram. I just added them on Facebook!

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  165. I love low volume quilts though I have not made one. Maybe I just need a fabric bundle to get inspired! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  166. I have not yet had a chance to make a low volume quilt. But when I do I'll make a star block quilt. I love star blocks!

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  167. I am following Olie and Evie on Instagram! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  168. I have been saving low volume scraps for some time now, but haven't started the quilt from the book Sunday Morning Quilts yet. Hopefully by the end of the summer?

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  169. And Olie and Evie is one of my favorited shops on Etsy.

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  170. I have to have no or low volume in every quilt. Maybe I should try a full volume quilt with no low.😬 That's my nervous face.

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  171. I have not made a low volume quilt, but I do like to make mini-quilts and wall hangings with low volume backgrounds. I also like to applique and always use low volume backgrounds. There is always a need for low volume fabric!

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  172. I would do a table runner or a bed scarf.

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  173. I follow on Facebook and Instagram

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  174. Made a low volume quilt. Love it.

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  175. I would like to try some low volume prints as background in a quilt.
    bjkaup(at)(abbnebraska)(dot)(com)

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  176. I visited the store site and saw a pattern I really liked--"Feathers" by the Pattern Basket--Little birds pieced in many different colors!
    bjkaup(at)(abbnebraska)(dot)(com)

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  177. I made several low volume runners as gifts already this year!! I really need to make one for myself but I sorta ran out of those fabrics... hint, hint!!

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  178. I follow Olive & Evie on Fb and IG!!

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  179. I just attended a retreat with Bonnie Hunter and did a quilt with her using low volume prints in my quilt. It was fun and the first real scrappy quilt I had done. I think I may be hooked for awhile--thinking my next will be an Irish Chain.

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  180. I follow Olive & Evie on FB and IG. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  181. I used low volume on my don's flag quilt to give it a vintage feel. It became one of my favorites! What a fun giveaway!

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  182. I'm trying to branch out and use low volume fabrics instead of just white on white. Great selection in that bundle. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  183. I visited Olie and Evie on Etsy. Too hard to pick a favorite item. I like the halloween fabrics, and they have a bunch of other designers that I haven't seen much of before. Nice variety.

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  184. I'd like to make an improv low volume quilt (inspired by Amanda Jean of Crazy Mom Quilts).

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  185. I follow Olie and Evie via Facebook.

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  186. I didn't know what low volume fabric was until I read it here today. But I would like to use it as background for a delectable mountain quilt.

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

Melissa