Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day so let's have some fun :)

But first, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!  
The winner of the $25.00 Gift Certificate from Lou Lou's Fabric Shop  is . . .   Number #42. Congrats Mary on Lake Pulaski !!!   I have emailed you :)      

 


  
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Olie and Evie.  Rhonda's shop is so fun and full of so much amazing quilting goodness!!!!  Of course, there is the amazing fabric shop we all know and love along with longarm quiltinggift certificatespreorders, and a destash page!!    Rhonda has so much to share so be sure to pop on over and check it out!!!


And Rhonda's has a fantastic Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!!     Olie and Evie  is giving one lucky winner a copy of Lissa Alexander's new book Oh, Scrap!  that I reveiwed last week, as well as a Moda Scrap Bag to go along with it!!!  You will be all set to get your Scrap Quilting On!!!   What an awesome giveaway ;)   





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 scrappy quilt that is on your to make list  ;)   

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Olie and Evie love.   You can follow them on  FacebookInstagram  or Pinterest or 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,  April 3rd 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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317 comments:

  1. I've made several Rail Fence blocks with scraps, always hoping to have enough to make a quilt. I'm sure some day I'll have it all put together! I'd love the Oh! Scrap book!

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  2. I follow Olie and Evie on IG...I follow you too, Melissa!

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  3. I've already made one scrappy Trip Around the World quilt, but I've seen a few since then where every other row is a white strip - it gives a softer look to the entire quilt. I'll be starting that one once I've finished a few WIPs.... if I can wait that long!

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  4. I follow Olie and Evie on IG, _bosissy
    Cork@pa.rr.com

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  5. I have made 2 scrappy quilts, but would love to win this great giveaway and have advice, always room for improvement
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  6. I am saving up scraps for a postage stamp quilt

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  7. I have a pile of various strips to make a string quilt. rozz01(at)cox(dot)net

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  8. I follow Olie & Evie on Pinterest. rozz01(at)cox(dot)net

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  9. I would love to make a scrappy log cabin quilt.

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  10. I follow Olie and Evie on facebook.

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  11. I have a drawer of various sized strips which I'm planning on turning into a string quilt.

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  12. I follow Olie & Evie on Facebook :)

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  13. I am wanting to do a simple scrappy patchwork quilt!

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  14. When I get my nerve up, I want to make a postage stamp quilt.

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  15. I follow Olie and Evie on Pinterest.

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  16. A scrappy half-square triangle quilt is on my to-do list.

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  17. I want to make a scrappy log cabin quilt someday. This book looks amazing! maggiemae1914(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  18. I've begun a scrappy project of sixteen patch blocks which will probably be turned into a star block and then who knows. No pattern that I'm working from, just something to sew when brain cells are tired.

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  19. I need some ombré confetti yardage...will have to grab it today while it's on sale and before it's sold out :) maggiemae1914(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. Follow on IG+gmail!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  21. Like to do a multi-grey-blues in the Log Cabin Block! Thanks for sharing!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  22. I really want to make the Gypsy Wife quilt!

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  23. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram and Pinterest.

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  24. I would love to make a rainbow scrappy column quilt.

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  25. A scrappy log cabin! Also, a scrappy Irish chain from your book with the little villages at the intersections. That is just so cute that I can't forget it.

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  26. The I Love House Blocks book drew me right in, and the Cross Stitch quilt kit also is on my wish list.

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  27. I really love that book. I have been hoping to make a scrappy pineapple quilt, though it looks quite involved. elanagoldberg5@gmail.com

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  28. I love the scrappy log cabin block. That's what I would do.

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  29. Oh, I don't know there are so many lovely scrap quilts. Like several people have said above, I love the look of a scrappy log cabin quilt, but I also think one of the cute house quilts would be so cozy.

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  30. I just connected with O & E on Pinterest. Thanks. elanagoldberg5@gmail.com

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  31. Currently working on a scrappy bow tie quilt. The blocks are finished and I just need to decide on a layout. Thanks!

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  32. I'm collecting fabrics to make a scrappy red and white curved log cabin someday.

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  33. I am working on a scrappy log cabin in browns. It will take a while as I don't have many browns.

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  34. Love some of Olie & Evie's low volume bundles.

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  35. Lots of scrappy quilts are so beautiful and love the look of them when paired with low volume fabrics.

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  36. Scraos go into a bin...for making 1" hexies!

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  37. I follow Olive and Evie on Instagram

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  38. I have a bag of strips to do something with. Still thinking about what.

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  39. I’m having fun paper piecing a scrappy hexagon lap quilt!

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  40. I want to do a pineapple scrappy quilt.

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  41. The confetti ombre quilt kit caught my eye today.

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  42. I follow Olie and Evie on pinterest. maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  43. Scrappy is my favorite. I have several in my list to do. One at the top is a scrappy log cabin

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  44. Scrappy red, white and blue TAPS quilt for Project Linus.

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  45. I am working on a scrappy quilt that uses a variety of sizes of blocks. I will be able to use some of my 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 inch blocks as well as some of my leftover jelly rolls. This quilt will be a riot of colors and help make a (small) dent in my scrap stash. maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  46. I love that Courthouse steps quilt you featured on your blog, Melissa. I love to piece that style of block just for the zen of quarter inch seams.

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  47. I would love to make a postage stamp quilt - I loved the one that you did! Oh Scrap looks like a great book!

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  48. I follow Olie and Evie on IG @lolly2430. Thanks for the generosity of this giveaway.

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  49. Hello Melissa; A scrappy Log Cabin quilt. Yet, after seeing so many of the fantastic quilts that have been made with the book being included in the give away, every single one of those quilts would go right to the top of my list! They are fantastic scrap quilts! Thank you for the give away opportunity!

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  50. I follow Olie and Evie on Pinterest. I also went and looked around and just fell in love with so many fabrics, it is impossible not to! Thank you for the great give away opportunity!

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  51. I want to make a lattice ribbons quilt with tiny braided border. It is on my list, so I’d love to win. Thank you.

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  52. I'd love to win the "Oh,Scrap!"! Thank you. I'm saving scraps for a postage stamp quilt! -Jean💟

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  53. I just started making a scrap quilt. I am following your instructions for leaders and enders and keeping that under my machine after my current project. Thank you.

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  54. log cabin - I just love them

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  55. I want to make a trip around the world quilt that is scrappy.

    Sandy A

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  56. I like Olie and Evie on Facebook!

    Sandy A

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  57. I keep fighting the urge to make a scrappy Burgoyne Surrounded quilt. Winning Lissa's book would convince me to go ahead!

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  58. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMarch 27, 2018 at 11:55 AM

    I follow Olie and Evie on IG.

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  59. I love the Spectrum FQ bundle from V and Co. in Olie & Evie's shop.

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  60. I love your Braided Irish Chain Pattern - very scrappy!

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  61. I'm making a scrappy sampler quilt using 10 inch blocks!
    yoyopttycakes@hotmail dot com

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  62. I have dozens of scrappy quilts I want to make, I would let the scrap bag talk to me...

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  63. I love their beautiful quilt kits, especially the Victoria kit.
    yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

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  64. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMarch 27, 2018 at 12:04 PM

    Right now I have a scrap project UFO on my design wall. Preparing to move to AL from IL almost 5 years ago, I asked people in our church to sign rectangles of white fabric. I have 8 blocks made using 30's repro fabrics made. I probably have enough signed pieces for 3 quilts:) I had people sign in colored ink and did not embroider any of them. But after I got the 8 blocks made, other projects with deadlines got in the way. I have one more such project to make, and then I can get back to my UFO. I guess this will be a controlled scrappy quilt.

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  65. at the moment i don't have a scrappy quilt to do. i need to make a baby quilt (fox) and place mats and 2 table runners and 2 pillows and a kings sized quilt before i start anything else.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  66. I love their Home for the Holidays quilt kit! Super!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  67. Oh, gosh, just about every quilt I make is scrappy! I do want to make a Trip Around the World though.
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  68. Too many on the possibles list so I'll name one that's actually started: Scrap happy that was on the cover of American Patchwork and Quilting, Oct 2017. I also have a small start on Bonnie Hunter's Narragansett Blues

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  69. I am currently working on a scrap leaders & enders quilt, it's slow going since it just gets worked on a little at a time while sewing other things!

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  70. i follow them on FB and Pinterest
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  71. I visited their shop & like lots of stuff! I really like the I Love House Blocks book!

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  72. I have been cutting scraps into strips to make a strip quilt

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  73. I follow Olie and Evie on facebook

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  74. Pixel, is my scrappy quilt to be by Sharon Holland Designs in her book, Utility Style-Quilts for Everyday Living .

    Schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  75. I'd love to make a postage stamp quilt among others. Would really love to win this book and scrap bag.

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  76. Next up for me is a scrappy log cabin - first one ever!

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  77. I want to make one of those log cabin quilts where each block is half low volume and gives the effect of circles--did that make any sense?

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  78. Following on IG. Thank you Rhonda this is so generous and appreciated!

    Schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  79. I visited their shop and I love the Feed Sack True Blue Layer Cake.

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  80. Wow! Check out the new V and Co's Home for the Holidays quilt kit--gorgeous!

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  81. I love scrappy log cabins but am yet to make one! I have lots of scraps in my scrap bins so hopefully will get started before long. Love the book and ideas inside and would love to win it. I have purchased scrap bags before and was thrilled with the fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win. Nadine W. Northern Cali rnwillis@velotech.net

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  82. I follow Olie and Evie on facebook. Nadine W. Northern Cali rnwillis@velotech.net

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  83. A string quilt. Have been cutting scraps into various widths for awhile now.

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  84. Would love to make a scrappy triple Irish chain quilt.

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  85. I'm looking forward to making An Irish Braid from your Irish Chain Quilts book.

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  86. I visited the shop and love the baker's dozen bee background fat quarters. I've also got my eye on the Victoria fat quarters--love the colors.

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  87. I'd like to make a scrappy postage stamp quilt. Have a great day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  88. Cool shop. I like their selection and price on jellyrolls. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  89. I am currently making a scrappy log cabin quilt, and plan to make a postage stamp quilt with 1 1/2" squares.

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  90. I make those all the time but would love to try her patterns

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  91. I liked in their shop the Hometown Christmas quilt.

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  92. The scrappy quilt I'm working on now is the Sewing a Village quilt with 132 scrappy houses!

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  93. I’m currently making Village by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co using scraps.

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  94. all my quilts are scrappy, mostly anyway. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  95. I follow Olie & Evie on instagram.

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  96. I visited the shop and I love the low volume fat quarter set. Also a really nice selection of patterns for long arm quilting.

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  97. I love the quilt kit displayed on Olie & Evie's website that has different sizes of Maple Leaf blocks in gorgeous bright colors!

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  98. I just finished piecing GIRL NEXT DOOR (Jen Kingwell Designs). My scrap stash is nearly gone!

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  99. I have wanted to make a crazy block quilt for some time. I have loads of scraps and need to just start sewing them together.

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  100. Thanks for the introduction to yet another great little shop! I love the decorative measuring tape ribbon, Must. Get. Some!

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  101. I'd love to make a lovely string quilt like the green one in the Oh Scrap book.
    The only scrappy quilt I've actually made was a twin size rag quilt with homespun fabrics (mostly from shirts) on top and denim (from jeans)on the back. Most of the fabrics came from thrift stores and required de-construction before cutting my squares. Huge, heavy project but my brother-in-law loves the soft, fuzzy edges! I used pre-washed flannel in his favorite color for the batting.

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  102. I'm planning a scrappy Tula Pink 100 Modern Blocks quilt.

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  103. I want t make a scrappy gypsy wife quilt starting with my orphan blocks. Thanks for opportunity to win that fun book!

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  104. I visited Olie and Evie's quilt shop and found a lovely scrap quilt pattern - Tulip Markey.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  105. Scrap quilts are my favourite type of quilt to make. I'm working on a log cabin scrappy quilt right now.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  106. Pretty much every quilt I make is scrappy.

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  107. I am currently working on 2 Bonnie Hunter scrap quilts, which will keep me busy a long time!

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  108. I'd like to make a scrappy postage stamp quilt!

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  109. I went to Ollie & Evie's and love the Feed Sack pre-cuts!

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  110. I'd love to make a scrappy Irish chain quilt.

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  111. I love scrappy quilting. I would love to make a scrappy log cabin quilt. Thank you for a fabulous giveaway. x

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  112. I follow Ollie and Evie on Pinterest. Thank you for a fabulous giveaway. x

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  113. I am not sure which pattern I would use. I have made one scrap quilt by participating in a Scrappy quilt stitch along, it is one of my very favorite quilts.

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  114. There are several scrap quilts in Lissa's book that I would like to make, such as the orange and blue one (on a table) and the star quilt on a bed, with lots of low-volume background fabrics. The pictures are inspiring!

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  115. I am following on Instagram and Pinterest

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  116. I want to make a Jane's Ladder that I saw on the Moda Bake Shop site

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  117. I want to make a scrappy HST-quilt using a riot of colors with each HST half white or low value

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  118. There are so many scrap quilts on my bucket list! Definitely want to make one like "Surrounded" soon! Also - I made a scrappy Irish chain baby quilt from your book and it turned out great!! Thanks!

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  119. Aah, the Olie and Evie website has The Front Porch fabric, as well as some beautiful Wool and Needle flannels : )

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  120. Loving all the patterns in Lissa's book, but I have yet to make a string quilt. basaran.family@rogers.com

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  121. I follow Olie & Evie on Facebook and Instagram.

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  122. The Farmer's Daughter kit would be perfect in our guest room!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  123. I'm working on scrappy log cabins right now!

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  124. I visited their shop. I really like "Feedsack True Blue". Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  125. I've been wanting to make a scrappy trip around the world quilt.

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  126. I want to make a scrappy Irish chain from your book.

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  127. Snippets by Cotton Way is on my "must make" list!

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  128. I follow Olie and Evie in all those ways!

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  129. I ignore kits. My whole world is scrappy quilts. I would really enjoy the surprise of winning the book or the combo. I am finally getting back to sewing scrappy.

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  130. A Scrappy quilt that's on my list, is the Irish chain rainbow quilt you shared a tutorial for in your blog.

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  131. I have a pile of patterns for scrappy quilts I would like to make. Right now I am getting ready to cut out a black and white log cabin quilt for a friend's fourth boy due this summer. She loves black and white quilts. With the log cabin pattern I can put in a splash of red for the center square. BonnieFono@gmail.com

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  132. I have a few blocks of a scrappy granny squares made but need lots more. I'd love the book and the scraps.

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  133. I follow Olie and Evie on IG.

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  134. I just finished Bonnie Hunter’s mystery quilt.. and it certainly was scrappy.

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  135. I have a baby quilt on the line up. I'm thinking fun scrappy stars.

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  136. I follow Olive and Evie on Pinterest.

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  137. I would love to make a postage stamp quilt someday!

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  138. I would love to make a log cabin quilt!

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  139. One day, I’m going to make a Bonnie Hunter scrap quilt - I just need to organize my scraps, get more scraps, etc.

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  140. I have been cutting my scraps into strips and squares in preparation for one Bonnie Hunter’s scrap quilts.

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  141. I finished piecing a quilt from Amandajean Nyberg and Cheryl Arkinson's book Sunday Morning Quilts. Now it's time to get it quilted! My long term project is a a scrappy 64 patch block using 1.5 inch squares.

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  142. A scrap quilt is on my to do list, although I don't have a particular one in mind.

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  143. I love Ollie and Evie and follow in Instagram

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  144. Who doesn't love a scrap bag!?!?!
    I'm working on a scrappy churn dash at the moment!

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  145. I follow on facebook and instagram.

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  146. I just finished the Oh, Scrap! blog hop! I would love to make any of the quilts from the Oh, Scrap! book. Great quilts!!

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  147. I spent quite a while perusing Olie and Evie's edge to edge quilting designs. They have a good selection of designs that are reasonably priced. I particularly like the new one featured on their home page that looks like Kite tails. My favorite design is Dashing Through the Snow under the Seasonal category. While it does look like snowflakes, the design also reads as a charm bracelet, perfect for a girl's quilt.

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  148. I'm waiting to make a really, cute 40"s style scrappy quilt, the kind like my Grandmother used to make with our leftover pajamas! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  149. I noticed that my scrap bin is growing and it’s high time that I make a postage stamp scrap quilt!

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  150. I follow them on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks!

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  151. I hope to make a "trip around the world" scrappy quilt one day, but right now I am working on about ten other scrappy quilts. Thanks for the draw.

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  152. I'm in love with the Victoria quilt kit on the website. meln353@yahoo.com

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  153. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook. Thank you for the absolutely amazing draw.

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  154. I haven't made anything scrappy yet - my OCD brain is terrified to try, but my scrap stash is screaming that it's time lol!
    meln353@yahoo.com

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  155. I'm thinking of making just a simple 5-inch square quilt of random scraps, a single simple border, just to use up all the scraps I have. I've been cutting my scraps into assorted size squares recently so I'd have them ready to go. I'm actually building enough of a stash now, that I can actually start sorting by color. Does that mean I'm a serious quilter now??

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  156. I follow Ollie & Evie on Instagram

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  157. I am making a scrappy Dresden quilt.

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  158. I follow Ollie & Evie on IG.

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  159. I am thinking of making a log cabin from scraps.

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  160. A version of scrappy hearts is on my list of quiltsbto make. I wantgto use the scraps from the interweave quilt I am making my grand daughtr #4 for graduation.

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  161. I’m soon to finish Bonnie Hunter’s mini trip quilt (free pattern), and would LOVE to make her My Blue Heaven (also a free pattern).
    Debbie
    ollieami@aol.com

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  162. I went “strolling” through Ollie & Evie’s shop.
    Debbie
    ollieami@aol.com

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  163. I have all the scraps laid out for a scrappy green quilt. I’m doing a 2.5” square one!

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  164. My next scrappy will be a postage stamp style with muslin alternate blocks.

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  165. I want to make a log cabin scrappy quilt.

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  166. I already follow them on IG. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  167. I want to make a string star quilt. And a string spider web quilt. And lots of other quilts with my non-string scraps!

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  168. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook and went to the shop last year when I visited my mom in Wyoming. Yes, money was spent -- lol! :-)

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  169. I've just finished piecing a Scrappy Trip Around the World & plan to surround some patriotic panels with controlled scrappy log cabins.

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  170. I now follow Olie & Evie on Facebook.

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  171. I make primarily scrappy quilts. My next one will be a pinwheel quilt with various sizes of scrappy pinwheels.
    Cmach@charter.net

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  172. Right off the bat, I love that bow tie quilting pattern on Olie and Evie. So cute. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  173. I always have a plan to do a wonky star scrappy quilt...one of these day.
    crazeematz@gmail.com

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  174. My next scrappy quilt I want to make is a 1930's inspired quilt.

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  175. I followed Olie and Evie on Intagram.

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  176. I love log cabin blocks so I would love to make a wonky scrappy log cabin quilt!

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  177. i love the farmers daughter fat eighth bundle in their lovely shop!

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  178. I'm working on a variation of a scrappy Lover's Knot in dark and light batiks. It's a wedding present for some dear friends in England.

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  179. My favorite scrappy quiltbthat I want to make is called Liberty Fields , material obsession by Sarah Fielke and Kathy Doughty

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  180. I am followinf Okie and Edie on pinterest

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  181. I want to make Thimble Blossom’s Takes the Cake quilt with my B&C scraps.

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  182. I am always saving fabric to make scrap quilts

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  183. I love the Ella and Ollie fat quarter bundle in Rhonda’s shop. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  184. I’m working on a very long term scrappy Irish chain project.

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  185. I love all the quilts that were on the blog hop for the book! Thanks. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  186. I follow Olive and Evie on Pinterest. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  187. Bonnie Hunter's Smith Mountain Lake is on my list.

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

Melissa