Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

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

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway :)

The winner of the May Wooly Mug Mat Kit from Shabby Fabrics is . . .  Number #70 . . .   Congrats Needled Mom!!!   I have emailed you :)     

  


        
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Bear Creek Quilting Company.  Bear Creek has an amazing selection of fabrics and fantastic deals!!  Be sure to check out their Weekly Specials for new Sale items each week as well as their Clearance Section for great last chance bargains ;)  


And today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is special you will want to win for sure!!!   Bear Creek Quilting Company is giving one lucky winner a Kim Diehl Prize Pack!!!!  It includes 2 Butter Churn Basics 5" Square Packs, 2 Kim Diehl Helping Hands Fat Eighth Bundles, and the complete Pride and Joy quilt Pattern.   Wow, so awesome and such great Kim Diehl goodness!!!  



You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.   Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me what quilt/project have you made that is your Pride and Joy???  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Bear Creek Quilting Company love.    You can Sign up for their Newsletter (top right corner) which I highly recommend as there are specials announced exclusively to newsletter subscribers.  You can follow them on  PinterestFacebook, or you can visit the Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Bear Creek Quilting Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, May 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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261 comments:

  1. Haha, don't really have a "pride and joy" but Violet Craft's lion was a big effort.

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  2. I made a log cabin quilt for my MIL which she loves which makes me very happy!

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  3. I get their newsletter and read their blog!

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  4. Love Bear Creek. I get emails daily. My first row by row quilt is my favorite it reminds me how far I have come. I keep it on my bed.

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  5. I have a row by row quilt that I made. It has a lot of foundation piecing in it (not my favorite method). Anyway, I designed a couple elements of my own for it.

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  6. I would have to say it was an appliquéd quilt called "Rabbits prefer chocolate". Lots of wool chicks and chocolate bunnies with pieced back and lots of trims on chicks and bunnies.
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  7. I get their newsletter and follow Bear Creek Fabric on Facebook.

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  8. I receive the newsletter and enjoy it very much!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  9. My pride and joy quilt would be the Crown of Thorns...pattern by Judy Niemeyer.

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  10. I have started following Bear Creek Quilting Co on Facebook! Woo hoo! ����✂️

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  11. I receive their newsletter
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  12. My pride and joy quilt would be my spiral lone star quilt made in a Jan Krentz workshop.

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  13. I get Bear Creek Quilting's newsletter.

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  14. I made wedding quilts for 2 nieces and 1 for a great niece and those queen quilts are my pride and joy. I love this kit, here's hoping!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  15. My pride and joy quilt is a Kimono quilt I made for my sister's 60th birthday.

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  16. I receive their newletter and follow on facebook.

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  17. I’m waiting on my pride and joy quilt! I follow on Bloglovin

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  18. Wow! Thank you. I will get my first try at a wool project. I suppose my pride and joy would be my It Just Takes Two quilt. I really loved that project.

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  19. My most recent pride and joy is a baby quilt that I completed doing free motion quilting on my home machine for the first time.

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  20. My Farm Girl Vintage which I am binding right now!

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  21. I signed up for Bear Creek's Newsletter.

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  22. I recieve Bear Creek's newsletter and follow on FB

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  23. My Pride and Joy is a baby quilt for my first great-grandson!

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  24. I do not have a Pride and Joy as I am a beginner - hopefully I soon will have one. I guess my first quilt could be considered a Pride and Joy as I was proud of my first attempt!

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  25. I receive Bear Creeks newsletter.

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  26. Ooh, what a nice giveaway. I guess my pride and joy is an art quilt I designed myself.

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  27. I subscribed to the newsletter.

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  28. My Pride and Joy was the BOM Legendary Loves. I made it for a special granddaughter and while I sewed it kept a smile on my face.

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  29. I subscribe to Bear Creeks newsletter and follow them on FB.

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  30. My pride and joy is most definitely Kim's Late Bloomer Quilt that I made after seeing the cover of American Patchwork and Quilting magazine. I was fortunate to see the original on display last year at the Houston Quilt Market as part of AMPQ's exhibit. susan.k.tracey@gmail.com

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  31. I just ordered some thread from Bear Creek Quilting today and signed up for the newsletter. susan.k.tracey@gmail.com

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  32. I made a quilt with scraps, making 3 inch 9 patches. It is so colorful and reminder of the many quilts I've made.

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  33. I get Bear Creek's newsletter already.

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  34. I guess my pride and joy is the king size log cabin quilt I made years ago. I pieced it on the machine, but I quilted it by hand in 4 sections. Then I sewed it together and quilted the rest. It's still being used and in great shape!

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  35. I follow Bear Creek on FB, and I receive their newsletter.

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  36. Years ago, before Hurricane Katrina, I participated in a round robin with about 5 other people. We all started with a quilt block, sent of our blocks to the next person on the list, Ave so on, and about 6 months later or so received them back.
    I never finished mine, and it got buried under 18 inches of Marsh mud for weeks. I dug it out, washed it, it is damaged, but in one piece! I'll never re-do it, but I still love it!

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  37. I receive their newsletter, follow them on FB, IG

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  38. I’ve only made 4 quilts since I’ve only recently figured out that my sewing machine could handle making them. So my first pride and joy as silly as it may seem was my first small jelly roll quilt. It’s my pride and joy because I learned how to quilt with the help of some videos from a few accomplished quilters and if I would not have been able to make that first quilt then I wouldn’t have continued on this fun journey of quilting. My last quilt was a sampler I designed and made for our family to take on our new boat....everyone enjoys it so it’s a joy too. I had to do a lot of math to resize pieces for my blocks and each one came out the correct unfinished size so I was proud of learning to do that.

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  39. I subscribe to Bear Creek’s newsletters and follow them on Pinterest...they have fantastic sales and offer a lot of free patterns. You can follow Blockheads frim their site too.

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  40. I am pretty proud of the modern sampler that I made at a retreat last year. It's not finished yet, but I went out of my comfort zone with colors and techniques, and I'm really happy with the result.

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  41. The idea of the Aurifil thread gems is great. They are very tempting.

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  42. I am still a beginning quilter but I designed and helped my daughter make a quilt for my grandson that I guess would be my quilt/project Pride and Joy. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  43. My pride and joy is the double bed size sampler quilt that totally hand pieced and quilted. It took 9 years from start to finish, but I still love it.

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  44. My pride and joy is the Kim Diehl Geese on the Meadow BOM that I’m working on right now. I’m a big KD fan girl. ❤️

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  45. My "pride and joy" quilt is the very fisrt quilt that I made 5 years ago. It was gor my parents 55th Wedding Anniversary. The center block was one of their wedding pictures I printed on fabric. I had each of my sister's and their families write their name and birthday on a block which I used in the quilt.

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  46. I get Bear Creek Quilting Company's newsletter.

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  47. I get the newsletter and follow Bear Creek Quilting on IG.

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  48. I love Bear Creek Quilting Company and receive their Newsletter. I follow them on Pinterest and Facebook. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  49. My pride and joy is my king-sized log cabin hand pieced hand quilted quilt.

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  50. I subscribed to their newsletter.

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  51. I am already signed up for Bear Creek Quilting's newslette . Liked kn Facebook and follow on Pinterest. 🙂

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  52. Everyone I make is my pride and joy 😁

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  53. I can’t say that I have just one pride and joy. Every accomplishment is a joy!

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  54. I follow bear creek on social media.

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  55. I received Bear Creek emails and I follow them on Facebook.

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  56. My favorite quilt is a blue patchwork double wedding ring quilt that I use for my bedspread. My aunt hand quilted it for me.

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  57. My pride and joy is any quilt that I am currently working on.

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  59. I made a hanging gardens quilt in black and white for my hubby. It's my pride and joy!

    Sandy A

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  60. I love Bear Creek Quilting! I get their newsletter and follow them on Facebook!
    Sandy A

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  61. A Baltimore Style 20 block quilt for mom and dads 50th.

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  62. I receive Bear Creeks newsletter also.

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  63. My pride and joy is a queen size Medallion Quilt. I learned a ton of new techniques with all the borders and did quite a bit of appliqué.

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  64. At Bear Creek Quilting I discovered a great collection of shirting fabric! I’ll be placing an order today!

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  65. My favorite project was fusing a quilt pattern onto my vertical blinds -when closed, it looks like a quilt is hanging!
    Joybeth54@gmail.com
    Joyce Bethune

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  66. Working now on a Quilt of Valor for Fall Program..Ran out of one material and can't find anymore. I am having to refigure. It is a Storm at Sea and I am dizzy already.

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  67. My pride and joy was a log cabin quilt. It was the first quilt I ever made. It was well lover and worn out after many years of use. Now my pride and joy is with the guild that I belong to making quilts for veteran's in hospice.

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  68. Joined Bear Creek to get newsletter. I have not purchased anything from them before, but always interested in finding and browsing new shops.

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  69. My pride and joy was a log cabin quilt. It was the first quilt I ever made. It was well lover and worn out after many years of use. Now my pride and joy is with the guild that I belong to making quilts for veteran's in hospice.

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  70. My pride and joy is a Star of Bethlehem quilt for my bed. It was hard but I sure love it.

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  71. I love the horse fabric I bought at Bear Creek for a quilt for my horse loving granddaughter.

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  72. I love the first quilt I ever made. I was amazed with what I had done! Love the weight of it, the colors, the fabric, and the memories.

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  73. I am on Bear Creek Newsletter and have several pieces of fabric listed that I want to get. I follow them wherever they go. lol

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  74. One of my favorite pieces is an Amish quilt I made with the vibrant colors on black. I also have a teal and white quilt made a few years ago and it is my go to for comfort quilt. Pick between the two? Hmmm ... probably the teal and white.

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  75. I made a queen size medallion quilt a few years ago...designed the pattern myself (no fancy software) did all the crazy math, and had it custom quilted. LOVE it!

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  76. I follow Bear Creek on Facebook and via their newsletter.

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  77. I replicated my grandmother's Dresden Plate quilt that she made for me when I was very young. It had been used and washed so many times that it was falling apart. I absolutely love Kim Diehl's fabric and designs!

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  78. I follow Bear Creek by e-mail.

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  79. I don't feel pride about my quilts but I have a couple that bring lots of joy! I just finished an applique flower quilt using Garden Notes by Kathy Schmidt, quilted with a new-to-me free motion pattern. I love looking at it : ) And I also love staring at the autumn colors in a hexagon quilt (Little Ruby QAL from a few years ago) made with Kansas Trouble Sunflower Song fabric.

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  80. I make quilts FOR my pride and joy, my children and grandchildren!! Just finished Penguin Party for my grandson's 2nd birthday.

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  81. I follow Bear Creek Quilting via email, instagram and facebook.

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  82. I have two. The first is still being quilted, but will have all my favorite hand work- applique, redwork and big stitch quilting. The second is my QOV published in the QOVF.org 50 States book. My quilt is the one chosen to represent my state of Colorado.

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  83. My pride & joy is a hanky quilt, my first quilt! I saved hankies for a very long time for this one & was hand quilted! Thank you, Susan

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  84. I follow Bear Creek by email newsletter! Thank you, Susan

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  85. Seriously, my Pride & Joy is the current quilt that I am working on. :)

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  86. I would have to say either the one I surprised my husband with for Christmas. He never suspected a thing. Or my splendid sampler quilt.

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  87. I receive Bear Creeks newsletter.

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  88. I receive the Bear Creek newsletter already, and I love that they sell Kim Diehl fabric. So this giveaway is very appealing. Thank you!

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  89. One of the most fun was an EPP hexie beehive wall hanging, all hand stitched & quilted. Fun because I learned a lot! basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  90. I receive the Bear Creek newsletter. basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  91. I already get their newsletter. I have not made a favorite, yet.

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  92. My Pride and Joy is a Double Wedding Ring quilt that I made and quilted by hand. I think it took me over 7 years to finish. Thank you so much for the awesome giveaway.

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  93. I already receive Bear Creeks newsletter.

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  94. My pride and joy...is The Secret Garden by Esther Aileu

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  95. I receive the Bear Creek newsletter. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  96. My favorite quilt is called Indian Hatchet I have to say that is the one. It makes me smile.

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  97. I receive Bear Creeks newsletter.

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  98. It is hard to choose just one project, so I will choose the latest project. I made a wall quilt for one of my granddaughters that had 4 horse heads on it. I believe the pattern is called Four Friends. I named it the Racers. She attends Murray State University in Kentucky, and the school team in the Racers. I put the school emblem in the school colors in one of the corners. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  99. Just finished my challenge project for my quilt guild..I love it. But I have to keep it secret.

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  100. Thanks for offering the givewaway. I don't know that I have a "pride and joy" quilt but there is one quilt that I love. It is a really scrappy quilt that's so cuddly. You can see it at https://joyforgrace.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-lovely-finish.html.

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  101. I made my grandson a Minecraft quilt and he just loved it so much - it was so amazing to make something that was so joyfully received! That one is probably my pride and joy. til the next one :0

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  102. Thank you for introducing us to Bear Creek Quilts. It seems like a great shop. I signed up for their newsletter. I also visited their Facebook page and looked around their online store. I love that I can look at 100 items per page! Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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  103. a quilt called Stairway to Cat Heaven I love it

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  104. I follow Bear Creek via Facebook and Email

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  105. My pride and joy to date is my stack and whack quilt.

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  106. I am very proud of the three baby quilts I made for each of my three granddaughters.

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  107. I made a gray and white with a touch of hot pink pinwheel quilt for my granddaughter

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  108. The first quilt I made that still resides on our bed--about 28 years old!

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  109. I receive Bear Creek newsletter.

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  110. I'm subscribe to Bear Creek's newsletter.

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  111. My pride & joy (so far) is a mermaid quilt I made for my granddaughter. It was a lot of tiny pieces & I had to change the pattern in several places to get it to look like my pregnant daughter wanted!! But it turned out great!!

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  112. I love Bear Creek Quilting, I get their newsletter & follow them on facebook

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  113. My pride and joy is a quilt I made using my mother's clothes after she went to heaven. It is not a fancy or difficult quilt, but it is very special to me.

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  114. My Pride and Joy quilt is my "Funny Farm" quilt. I did the "Don't Fence Me In" pattern. It was my first experience with partial seams. There was also alot of applique.

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  115. I receive the newsletter from Bear Creek Quilting.

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  116. My favorite quilt of the many that I have made is a Blooming 9Patch that I call Volcano Island.

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  117. I already subscribe to Bear Creek's newsletter.

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  118. My Bonnie Hunter quilts give me the most quilty satisfaction.

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  119. I follow Bear Creek Quilting on facebook.

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  120. I get the Bear Creek newsletter.

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  121. Current the quilt I am most proud of is my Galaxy of Stars quilt. I designed it in EQ8, made it, wrote a pattern for it and am teaching my second class on it.

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  122. I fell in love with a gorgeous applique quilt in a magazine. Found the perfect fabrics for it and poked away at the hand turned applique and hand quilting for just over three years!! It is my pride and joy!!

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  123. I am signed up for the Bear Creek newsletter!! Love it!!

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  124. Not sure about 'Pride and Joy' but I love my "Seeing Stars" quilt!

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  125. My pride and joy quilt is my millennial quilt. A king size paper pieced quilt. I just love it.

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  126. I subscribe to the bear creek quilting company’s newsletter.

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  127. I subscribe to Bear Creek Quilting newsletter.

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  129. My pride and joy quilt is my 52 block Women of the Bible quilt.

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  130. I get the Bear Creek newsletter.

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  131. Right now I love my Buttermilk Basin wall hanging. I still cant believe how well it turned out!

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  132. My king sized Feathered Star quilt is my pride and joy!

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  133. I receive Bear Creek's newsletter by email. Great selection of products.

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  134. Right now my "
    pride and Joy quilt" is a landscape of the mountains where we summer.

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  135. I have participated in making 3 Bonnie Hunter's Mystery Quilts. They have enriched my quilting skills.
    I have ordered from Bear Creek Quilts many times, follow them on Facebook as well as subscribe to their newsletter.

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  136. My quilting pride and joy is my first quilt for my first granddaughter. She loves bandannas so I made her a simple quilt and backed with black and white Mickey Mouse fabric. I also cross stitched the label.

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  137. I signed up for Bear Creek's newsletter yesterday and look forward to watching them grow.

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  138. I'm working on Edita Sitar's Applique Affair - I have 22 of the 25 blocks done. I think it will become my Pride and Joy when I get it done!!

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  139. I just finished a quilt last year that took me 12 years to complete. It is king size and domestic machine quilted all by me. I just love it!

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  140. I get Bear Creeks newsletter.

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  141. I follow Bear Creek on facebook and receive their newsletter.

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  142. I signed up for Bear Creek's Newsletter.

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  143. I have a queen sized, hand appliqued quilt top that I vow to quilt and finish this year! At least the top is done. The journey was enjoyable, but a lot of hours went into it. The thought of using it is scary.

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  144. My Pride and Joy is whatever quilt I have just finished!

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  145. My pride and joy is a simple nautical baby quilt I made several years ago.

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  146. My pride and joy is a Bonnie Hunter quilt that was very time consuming.

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  147. I Follow Bear Creek via email newsletter.

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  148. I have several that I consider my pride and joy. The one that was very challenging and turned out so beautiful is Glacier Pines. The pattern is by Judy Niemeyer.

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  149. I already subscribe to Bear Creek Quilting newsletter. :)

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  150. I follow Bear Creek Quilting on FB.

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  151. I made a pictorial quilt that was so realistic Google's face recognition software knew who it was.

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  152. I made a lap quilt for my sister in laws sister when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. It had a theme of pink roses, her favorite.

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  153. I've received Bear Creek Quilting newsletters for quite some time. Love all their items.

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  154. Every new finish is my new pride and joy!

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  155. I relieve the Bear Creek newsletter! duchick at gmail dot com

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  156. It would be hard to choose a pride & joy quilting project, but one of my favorites is one I made this late winter. It is a pixelated butterfly all in purples and low volumes. It is lovely and was soooo much work! duchick at gmail dot com

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  157. A Twisted Log Cabin is hanging in my husband's office. I love it.

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  158. I already receive Bear Creek's newsletter.

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  159. I love Bear Creek Quilting: I get their newsletters! :-)

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  160. My pride and joy was a wall quilt I made for a contest and it got chosen to go around the US on exhibit for a year! Wow!

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  161. My pride and joy is a hunter star quilt that I pieced and now needs to be quilted. Always scary to start quilting on the tops that you love!

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  162. I already receive Bear Creek Quilting's newsletter.

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  163. My pride and joy is my latest project, because I have lots of UFOs to FINISH!!
    So my newest finish, I love, an autumn leaf applique quilt. Only took me 10 years to finish it!!!!!

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  164. Two years ago I designed the row for my local quilt shop and recently turned that into a wall-hanging for our cottage--it's my pride and joy because it was completely designed by me!

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  165. My Pride and Joy quilt was a log cabin quilt I made for my daughter using purples, greens, and black.

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  166. I have signed up for Bear Creek newsletter. Cute website! Always excited to see inspiration from others.

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  167. Hmmm how do you pick just one favorite!! I think my Island Batik monthly challenge quilts are my favorites;)

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  168. My pride and joy is a wedding quilt I completed for my daughter and son-in-law (only 3 years late, lol). I followed Bear Creek Quilting's Pinterest Board of "Free Patterns" because there are a lot of ideas on there for "panels." Which I have a few of and don't know what to do with them. Love anything "Kim Diehl" and all that she creates. Thank you!

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  169. One project I especially like that I made was an embroidered quilt wall hanging that I designed and made for my church that had the Aaronic blessing embroidered on it.

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  170. I already receive Bear Creek emails.

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  171. I have gotten panels from them before, and I see they still have a good selection of them.

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  172. My pride and joy is a king sized quilt that I made by sewing 9 inch blocks together. I then hand quilted it. It took over a year to complete, but we are still using it on our bed. Thanks!

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  173. I receive Bear Creek's newsletter. I love their shop! Thanks!

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  174. I think my Pride and Joy quilt is the "Cabins in the Stars" quilt that I made as an Island Batik Ambassador for a challenge. I love everything about it from the design to the binding. It is called Cabins in the Stars because I designed it using log cabin blocks as the centers for giant stars. You can see it here Cabins in the Stars

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  175. Oh my goodness! They have Aurifil Gem packs. I love them all but my favorite is Aurifil Thread Gem Pack - March/Aquamarine.

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  176. I love your Terrific Tuesday blog posts bc everyone comes out and shares. I love reading the comments.
    Bear Creek sells all of the brands that I need. I can usually find something there that I have been looking for elsewhere and they are out of it. I have had a good experience with them.

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  177. I have made three twin size quilts and that is an accomplishment for me....
    okay, I just need to bind them haha
    happy Tuesday dear Melissa

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  178. My pride and joy was one of my quilts...a barn raising log cabin I made for my father. I loved it 20 years ago and I love it today.

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  179. I follow Bear Creek Quilting on instagram and pinterest. I also receive their newsletter. It is one of my favorite shops.

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  180. I signed up for Bear Creek's newsletter.

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  181. My pride and joy is always the quilt I am working on. I am making several baby quilts for donation.

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  182. Wow. what beautiful batiks! I will enjoy their newsletters. My pride and joy is any quilt I give away that people appreciate

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  183. My pride and joy is a double wedding ring quilt I made for my son and DIL's wedding. I had not been quilting long so I learned a lot from it!

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  184. My "pride and joy" quilt is one I am currently working on. It's called "Warrior" and I am making it for a friend with terminal cancer. (Except that the other day news was that she has responded well to a new treatment!!!)

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  185. I get Bear Creek's newsletter by email. I've bought some great fabrics from them.

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  186. I just signed up for Bear Creek Quilting just yesterday or the day before. I love their variety of goodies!

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  187. I guess I'd have to choose the quilt I made that's on my bed. I use it the most :-). Enjoy your day! :-) :-) abgiangielovesg atgmail dotcom

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  188. I get their emails. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  189. I love the Thimbleberries quilt I made for my queen size bed.

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  190. I follow Bear Creek by their newsletter.

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  191. My pride and joy project is a Relay for Life donation quilt. I love the bright colors and the background is low volume fabrics.

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

Melissa