Tuesday, August 6, 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 $25.00 Gift Certificate from  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is . . .  Number #34 . . .   Congrats Rosemary!!!   I have emailed you :)   


 

        
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Olie and Evie.  Rhonda has so many wonderful  fabric for you to shop from!!   And you don't want to miss these last chance clearances!! Also, be sure to check out the Layer Cake Discounts this week, good for stocking up on those little treasures :) 
And Rhonda's has a fantastic Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!!     Olie and Evie  is giving one lucky winner a Fat Quarter Pack of the new Zen Chic Spotted 2019 collection!!!!    I just love these gorgeous colors and they will make someone an awesome quilt!!!   



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 quilting trend you have spotted lately??   

 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,  August 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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198 comments:

  1. It seems like I've seen lots of Dresden Plate quilts lately.

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  2. A lot of more traditional blocks are returning with a modern twist.

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  3. Hello- I love seeing the original quilting block like the Ohio star and lemoyne star remade with modern fabric

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  4. Improv Piecing seems to have really become a thing lately, and I LOVE it! I recently participated in an Improv-Piecing challenge with Amy Ellis of Amy's Creative Side. I really enjoyed making an improv-pieced quilt, and sending it to Amy to have her long-arm it for me was the bomb!
    I also want to mention that I follow Olie and Evie on FB via my personal FB account. :)

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  5. Kathleen KingsburyAugust 6, 2019 at 10:58 AM

    I'm liking the flanged binding lately. Still haven't tried it though.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  6. I just love seeing all the quilts everyone is doing now. I love mystery quilts --- have been doing them for some time now. I don't know of any actual trend, but I love the stained glass looking quilts

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  7. It seems like there is more hand quilting going on. No thank you!

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  8. Using up the scraps....which I need to do!

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  9. I follow Olie and Evie on IG and I actually have an order to be delivered in October, I believe. Really like them.

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  10. I want to try using 7 panels to make a kalidescope quilt using one of the panels as the center focus.

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  11. Having more metALLICS IN THE FABRIC.

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  12. hand quilting and wonky stars. I love them💚

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  13. I'm seeing scrap quilts in traditional patterns.

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  14. The quilt kits are ones I haven't seen before. I especially Cottage Blossoms and Jacks and Jellybeans.

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  15. love all the scrappy quilts -michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  16. Love the To Be Jolly FAT 1/4 bundle on their website -michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  17. I'm seeing a lot more modern quilt designs.

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  18. Plain and Fancy Quilt Kit with Strawberry Jam by Corey Yoder.

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  19. Modern takes on Dresden played are intriguing me now

    Sandy A

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  20. I follow Olie & Evie on Facebook

    Sandy A

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  21. I love the Swell Christmas bundle at Olie and Evie.

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  22. I've seen lots of quilts with transparency in the color choices.

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  23. I follow Olie and Evie on IG.

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  24. I am working on a mystery quilt. So much fun!

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  25. I see a trend toward solids only in quilts.

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  26. I follow Ollie and Evie on facebook.

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  27. Modern quilts I'm 74 years old but I love the modern patterns more then traditional.

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  28. I like the trend of mixing older fabrics with the latest selections a lot thanks Julierose

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  29. I have been pleased to see foundation paper piecing resurface and become so popular.

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  30. I love a touch of metallic I see in this fabric and others. I also like neutral with text.

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  31. I enjoy seeing modern twists on traditional designs.

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  32. I'm loving the new improv quilts - they are part improve and part regular piecing. A nice combination.

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  33. Ombre! So many beautiful quilts that look hard but actually aren't.

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  34. Right now I am loving the english paper piecing quilts.

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  35. I follow Olie & Evie on Instagram.

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  36. What a great website. Thanks for sharing about Ollie and Evie!

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  37. I'm seeing more quilts not just being made with 100% cotton fabric, but all types of fabrics. trotskyn@att.net

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  38. I follow Ollie and Evie on FB. trotskyn@att.net

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  39. I have seen a lot of strip pieced quilts. Maybe a good way to use up scraps

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  40. I’m liking the quilts with just 3 or 4 fabrics. They look simple yet stunning.

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  41. Love the Nova fabric line. A Layer Cake would be a fantastic addition to my stash.

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  42. I am in love with art quilting and would love to try it.

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  43. I follow Olie and Evie via Instagram.

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  44. Collage Quilts. It's a thing for one of my Guild friends. She does fun stuff.

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  45. I love the many intricate EPP patterns that are popping up. They are such impressive works of art.

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  46. Collage quilts look fantastic but I think I would need a class to do one

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  47. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. I follow olie and evie on instagram

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  49. I have noticed hand quilting including big stitch quilting.

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  50. I can't say it's new but I live the improv quilts!

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  51. I love the Strawberry Jam fabric by Corey Yoder they have in stock!!

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  53. And I followed them on Instagram!

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  54. I noticed a few 100 blocks quilt alongs... haven’t joined but love seeing all the variations.

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  55. I follow them via email subscription.

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  56. I follow Olive and Evie on Instagram also.

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  57. I love the trend of lap size or mini quilts. So fun and quicker!

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  58. Love the fat quarter stack of primitive farmhouse by primitive gatherings.

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  59. Quilting trend.... I am slow.
    I think Applique of all sorts is becoming very popular and trendy
    Also scrappy.... or maybe that is not new, yeah, not new

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  60. I follow Ollie and Evie all over town and yes, Melissa, I follow you too

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  61. As far as something new that has captured my attention in the quilty world it's the cohana (Cobana) micro scissors, am in LOVE!!!!

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  62. Following them on P. Beautiful fabric!! Thank you for the give away.

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  63. Kitty fabric seems to be trend lately, and I think kitties are so cute, so I love that!
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  64. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram.
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  65. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram @carollovestoquilt

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  66. I like the fat quarter bundles that are based on a color, like blue.
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  67. Quilting cruises sound enticing to me.

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  68. I follow Olie & Evie on IG, FB & Pinterest.

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  69. I like quilt bundles with blended color families. I am also wanting to jump into a split 9-patch quilt. A friend just last week gave me a retro fabric split 9-patch quilt, just the cut blocks, needing some time and love to finish. I guess I have the 'kick' to do it now. :)

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  70. I'm interested in the hand quilting trend, though I would probably only do it on a wall hanging, rather than something that would need to be washed.

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  71. I am seeing a lot of scrappy quilts.

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  72. I have seen more scrappy strip quilts lately

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  73. I visited the shop and love the Prairie Sisters fat quarter bundle!

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  74. As a beginner quilter, I'm not sure what would be considered trending - for me most everything is trending lol. Clear thread? Who knew? I also saw a video today of flange binding which was interesting. Ha I've only made one quilt so far and the binding took me a long time by hand, but I really enjoyed it.

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  75. I checked out the Olie and Evie Pinterest page - lots of neat things. I also checked out their website - good prices on their layer cakes!!

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  76. Like the varied uses for ombre fabrics.

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  77. I follow Olive & Evie on Instagram and love their fabrics.

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  78. Too many fun things out there to pick one!

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  79. Everyone seems to have kits these days. I like that, easy for a fast quilt in a hurry.

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  80. I follow Ollie and Evie on Facebook.

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  81. Seeing a lot of EPP in the quilting world.

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  82. Visited the store, love their fabric selection!

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  83. I've seen a lot of quilts made with panels.

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  84. I follow Ollie and Evie on IG.

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  85. I went to the Ollie and Evie Quilt Shop. I like the crocheted bias.

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  86. One quilting trend I noticed is lots of realistic prints and panels most often depicting nature.

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  87. I'm not sure of new trends, maybe scrappy quilts?

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  88. I'm intrigued by finishing a quilt with facing instead of binding.

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  89. i follow them by email and FB

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  90. I'm seeing buttons and doo-dads added to quilts. Not a fan; I think they could get caught on something or someone.

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  91. I tend to see more panel quilts lately, and I really like most of them. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  92. Countdown to Christmas in their book section is appealing to me.

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  93. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram and Pinterest. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  94. This is a hard question for me, because everything goes in cycles! I do see a lot of panels, and I see many realistic scenes pictured in them. English Paper Piecing has garnered a whole new group of quilters recently, too. There have even been some QALs with hand piecing and I'm in a group which emphasizes hand quilting and other hand work. I guess there are many types of quilters today, and that's a trend, too! We can go in any direction we feel comfortable going!

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  95. Lately...it would be the many different quilting ideas

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  96. Scrap busting quilts! Thank goodness because I have a HUGE scrap pile!!

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  97. Follow Ollie and Evie on Instagram. Love the Strawberry Jam fabric they are featuring!

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  98. Trend that seems to be jumping out at me is Collage quilting. Different techniques from random piecing and then cutting out design to filling in design with prefused fabrics.

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  99. Following on Instagram and checked out their shop, love, love, love the Crochet Edge Bias Dots in grey and can see this as part of my binding for my daughter's quilt.

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  100. I couldn't say what is trending right now. There is so much information out there with books, magazines, and social media is seems like everything is popular when it comes to quilting!

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  101. I love the Moda Holly Berries Berry fabric!

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  102. I have seen a lot of flanged bindings - and I confess that I have used it a couple of times.

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  103. I am following Olie and Evie on Instagram

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  104. I am self teaching to quilt. I really have been loving the scrappy quilts. I am following you on instagram, facebook, and pinterest - showing you my love - and I do love. I really like your cottage urban towel set in the boutique on your site. Thanks.

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  105. Noticing a lot of scrap ideas which I need very badly!

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  106. I visited the shop. Love the variety of low volume prints. Another trend...

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  107. Hexigons, a simple hand-sewn EPP project! Thank you, Susan

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  108. I follow Olie & Evie on Instagram! Thank you, Susan

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  109. I took a Modern Mystery Quilt workshop by Nichole Neblett sponsored by my quilt guild in May.

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  110. I follow Olie & Evie on Pinterest.

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  111. I love the trend of making pieced figures such as animals and houses and trees. My granddaughter recently made a pillow with a pieced cat on it. So cute!

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  112. I follow Ollie and Evie on Instagram.

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  113. Don't really see any new quilting trends, just folks rediscovering old techniques & coming up with easier ways to do things (wonderful!). My favorite & has been for many years, is scrappy quilting -- which is a good way to acknowledge those who quilted long before us. Using up little bits & pieces is frugal & a test of your creativity to USE those fabrics. Deb E / CA mdenders@msn.com

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  114. I've followed Olie & Evie for ages on Pinterest. Lovely!! Deb E / CA mdenders@msn.com

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  115. Not really noticing any NEW trends. But I am loving that some of the old techniques are becoming popular again. It’s also fun to see quilters getting back to cross stiching!

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  116. I follow Olie and Evie on IG as _duchick_!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  117. I've seen so many projects lately that are using curves. It isn't a new technique, but it seems to be very popular right now...but curves aren't my favorite. More practice is needed! duchick at gmail dot com

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  118. I made a quilt last year with four blocks in it with curves , I loved it

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  119. I love all the digital prints! Such detail and beautiful color in fabric!!

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  120. I love the trend of quilting only with solids. I love it! Thanks!

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  121. I love their large selection of notions. You can find everything that you need or want in one place. Thanks!

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  122. I'm seeing a LOT of paper piecing and EPP - it's not gonna happen here with my arthritic hands unfortunately...

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  123. There seems to be a lot of "trends" happening these days: modern/improv, bees, unicorns, solids. My favorite is the solids.

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  124. I guess there is some new trends for using a little wool and embroidery in quilts. Thank you,

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  125. I follow Ollie & Evie on Pinterest.

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  126. I have noticed more detailed quilting on the modern quilts.

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  127. I follow Ollie and Evie on FB!

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  128. I visited their shop and I love the wool charm packs and Hickory Road. They would both add to my quilt that I would like to start using Kim Diehl's book. Thank you,

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  129. I am seeing a lot of quilts from quilt panels with matching fabric.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  130. I follow Olie and Evie on IG.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  131. Are ice cream cone and popsicle patterns a trend? I'm loving all the ones that I see

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  132. I see more scrap quilting, but maybe that is a reflection of my current interest!

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  133. I am liking the low volume fabrics. Can't wait to use them in a quilt.

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  134. I follow Olie and Evie of Facebook and IG. Rhonda has quilted some quilts for me, she does an amazing job!

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  135. I follow Olie & Evie on Facebook. I love their store. Shannyworks@gmail.com

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  136. I really like all of the Collage work that is happening right now! Very creative.

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  137. Seeing a lot of improv and scrappy quilting
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  138. I’m seeing the long stitches for quilting. I’m enjoying trying it and it makes a project go by very quickly but I’m still a small stitch girl at heart

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  139. I've been seeing more MYSTERY qals or boms lately, but I not very active in quilting circles anymore sho I don't know.

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  140. I have been seeing an increase in quilts that are all machine done. To me, it is kind of sad to see so many in a "rush to finish or make", even in quilting. The loss of the connection to the past is depressing. There is something extra special about a quilt completely handsewn. I enjoy the process, find it relaxing, almost spiritual even. Olie and Evie fabrics are perfect for this and I enjoy the feel of the fabric between my fingers, the colors and patterns pleasing to the eye.

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  141. I don't like the wonky blocks, but several are doing now.

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  142. I have seen simpler quilting in some of the more modern quilt designs.
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  143. I follow you on Bloglovin'.
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  144. I am seeing renewed interest in "traditional" designs and techniques--hand piecing and hand quilting.

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  145. I follow Olie and Evie on Pinterest.

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  146. These colors are one of the newest trends I see. I am actually working on a quilt using these colors. I would love these fabrics.

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  147. I follow Ollie and Evie on Instagram.

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  148. My favorite new quilting trend, is big stitch quilting. I like how it looks on a quilt. It really gives extra texture to the quilt.

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  149. I follow Ollie and Evie on Facebook.

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  150. I love the trend of scrappy low volume backgrounds; It adds such visual interest.

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  151. I follow Ollie and Evie on Instagram.

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  152. I like their Ombre Bloom fat quarter bundle.

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  153. There are more and more quilt as you go patterns now.

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  154. I follow O&E on IG!
    I have been seeing a lot of improv piecing quilting. Really cool 😎!!! I haven’t tried it yet.

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  155. Hmmm . . . Can't think of one. You know what that means I need to go to a quilting store!

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  156. It seems like lots of quilters are doing ruler work. And more quilters seem to be piecing and quilting by hand, which I enjoy.

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  157. I follow Olie & Evie on Instagram.

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  158. I visited Olie & Evie. I really like the Stolen Kisses quilt kit. My brother is getting married this fall, and I am trying to find a quilt to make him and his wife.

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  159. One quilting trend I've seen is hand quilting details for quilts.

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  160. I love all the creative free motion quilting that people are doing.

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  161. I love this in the shop: Walkabout Layer Cake

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  162. I've have been seeing fun ways to sew Dresden plate blocks.

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  163. Following Olie and Evie on instagram: @minibea123.

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  164. I am loving the metallics in fabrics recently.

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  165. I love all the new flannels. They make wonderful traditional quilts.

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  166. I follow Ollie and Evie on IG.

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  167. I love all of the beautiful had quilting I see lately. With my arthritis, I doubt I will be able to do it but I sure can admire it. :)

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  168. I follow Olie and Evie on IG.

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  169. I love Sashiko and Boro, hand quilting is so relaxing!

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  170. Improv with curves have caught my eye.

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  171. I am following Olie and Evie on Pinterest.

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  172. Love all the new Fall collections of prints so plan to buy some for a new quilt.

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  173. I love seeing more and more people doing hand quilting. I started hand quilting while waiting for my children at Dr. and Dentist appts. I realized how much could be done in 20 minutes or longer. I am seeing others pick it up. Time is time. I started slow but I became much faster as I went. I love the look of hand quilting. I think others like it too!!

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  174. I love Olie and Evie's. I have been to their shop and I love the color choices of the quilts displayed in their shop!

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  175. My favorite quilting trend is "scrappy" quilts! I love seeing all the ways I can bust my scrap stash!

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  176. Following Olie and Evie on Instagram!

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  177. Hand stitching seems to be more popular lately....EPP, hand embroidery, and Sashiko (which I would love to learn!). I have always loved to do all types of hand stitching so I am glad that it's making a comeback!

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  178. Love the songbird quilt kit in the shop.

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  179. I love the variety of hand quilting I have seen (not just 10 stitches per inch). Lewisville, ID? My grandmother was born there (a Kinghorn). She had an old Singer treadle sewing machine.

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  180. Love lots of scrappy quilt ideas.

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  181. I like hand quilting with perle cotton, by itself or as a highlight with machine quilting. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  182. I love all the Ruby Star Society fabrics stocked by Olie and Evie! Thanks again!

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

Melissa