Monday, October 7, 2019

Happy Little Things BOM - Block 3!!

It's the first Monday in October  and that means it's time for the second block  Happy Little Things Block of the Month!!!    This fun BOM is hosted by Jacquelynne Steves and you can still sign up as it will go from now until the end of the year ;)   And you can read all about Block 3 over at Jacquelynne's blog!!!    And so here they are . . . my Block 3's :)



And again, I am making two blocks each month instead of 1 for a mixed up finished layout, which means more fabric fun!!!  And I just love the pinks combined with the Navy in this one.  Isn't that just so cute!!! 



I am using Gretel Fabrics from my wonderful friend Amy Smart and they are just so cute in these blocks ;)   And the gingham with this line are just so great!!  And I am loving using every little scrap in those scrappy borders, so fun!! 



And there they are!!!  Two #3 Blocks for the Happy Little Things BOM!!!    And if you are quilting along be sure to share all of your Happy Little Things  rogress on social media with #HappyLittleThingsBOM and #HappyLittleThingsQuilt  and add them to the Happy Little Things Facebook Group.   And be sure to check out  these other bloggers to see lots more Block 3 Eye Candy and enter for more chances to win the October Giveaway!!!

A Quilting Life                               Flamingo Toes 
Podunk Pretties                            Kathy's Quilts  
The Crafty Quilter                         The Quilting Nook  
                  Allie-Oops Sweet Happy Life 

Yup, I said Giveaway!!!  With each month's block there will be a Happy Little Things Giveaway and you can enter at each blog as each blogger will be giving away a  Sunday Best Quilts Book from Martingale!!!  This is an amzing book filled with all of those "To Make Someday Bucket List Quilts"  How great is that!!!



GIVEAWAY CLOSED - Winner is #4 - Brenda West!!!

To enter is simple.   We are going to run this the same way we do all of our Terrific Tuesday Giveaways :)   (Which is tomorrow so if you are visiting for the first time, be sure to come back for a chance to win some more!!!)      

You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries. (but international winners will receive a digital copy :)    Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger!!    Comments can be left by clicking on the # Comments link in Red at the bottom of this post :)


ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me what quilt has been on your "Bucket List" to make??

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Happy Quilting love. You can follow Happy Quilting on BloglovinEmail Updates, or RSS to get daily updates.  Or you can like Happy Quilting on InstagramFacebookPinterestTwitter or Flickr  Any one way will do . . . Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Happy Quilting Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Sunday, October 13th, when I will announce a winner and update it on this post :)

And if you are visiting Happy Quilting for the first time, welcome!!!   I hope you will look around for a bit as I have been writting here for 9 years and have so many fun quilt tutorials, project tutorials, quilt alongs, and patterns to share ;)  

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

  1. Thank you for sharing your blocks. I'm still hoping to do a New York Beauty quilt. I have the fabrics but just need the time

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  2. I have a jelly roll of Asian inspired fabrics that is just waiting to go.

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  3. Love your blocks. I don't have a specific bucket list quilt - I have only made one quilt so far - that was a t-shirt quilt for my son's graduation - using all his old John Deere shirts growing up. I guess any quilt I could accomplish would be a bucket list one - I have been self teaching and have a lot to learn yet. Thanks. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  4. I follow Happy Quilting on bloglovin, receive emails, follow on instagram, facebook and pinterest. Love getting all the information I can from such a great source. Thanks. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  5. A Baltimore album quilt is on my bucket list. jmeakim at yahoo

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  6. Bucket list is way too long, but Happy Little Things of course! Love both your blocks, don't you just love gingham! Thank you for sharing, Susan

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  7. I follow you by email newsletter! Thank you, Susan

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  8. I follow on Bloglovin.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  9. I have wanted the Sunday Best cover quilt pattern since I first saw it! Thanks for the great giveaway
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  10. I want to make a pictorial quilt of some kind.

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  11. Love your blocks! I want to make Thimbleblossoms Summerville quilt (and Spring,Fall and Winter too!!!)

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  12. So pretty! Love the primary colors and seeing the different interpretations. I am looking to quilt both Sherri McConnell's Family Farm sampler pattern, as well as, her Merry Mini Christmas pattern with the recently released Harper's Garden fabric selection. Being relatively new to quilting, I thought they would help further hone my quilting skills. My name is Susan and my email address is happytrail2u-rv@att.net. Happy Stitching!

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  13. I really want to do a Gypsy Wife quilt. I just have to make a decision on whether to do it really scrappy or use a particular color combination.

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  14. I love 9th and Vine, I have the pattern and fabric, but Christmas is coming and I'll have to wait till after gifts are made.
    My name is Susan, patschick@outlook.com

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  15. On my bucket list???? Hmmmmm....so many...I have a bunch of Moda's old Gypsy Girl that I'm really looking forward to using to make a spectacular quilt of some kind. It's such a happy fabric line!

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  16. I have wanted to make a Maple Leaf quilt for a long time--now seems like a good time with all the pretty autumn colors for inspiration.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  17. I follow you on Bloglovin'.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  18. For Quite a while I've wanted to Dresden Blocks! Maybe soon? Thanks to You+Martingale for a beautiful book giveaway!

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  19. Love your colors -- I am making (4) of each block - had a panel that I cut up for the centers. My bucket list quilt was purchased in 2010 --- I have the kit in my to do list. It is an applique - I didn't want to mess it up, so it will be done once I am confident in my applique!!

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  20. Great fabric choices! I have way too many quilts on my bucket list! I am hoping to get your Starstruck Quilt Along quilt made up soon anyway. So many great options!

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  21. I follow you via Bloglovin', Instagram & e-mail.

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  22. I follow you on Happy Quilting on FB and have been getting your email for a long time. Make your patterns and follow to see what's new and next ... Thank you ...

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  23. I have a long long bucket list ... Wonky Irish Chain and Jen Kingman's Fairy Tales AND a Steampunk quilt I've been working on forever ... I could go on and on, of course, as most of us can ... Thanks.

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  24. I would love to make an Irish Chain quilt. And I have also told our youngest daughter that I will (eventually) make a t-shirt quilt using a portion of her sports t-shirts. I would also like to make a sports quilt for my husband (this quilt keeps falling on the list).

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  25. I follow Happy Quilting through email updates and I also follow on IG.

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  26. I guess the quilt that I would like to make on my bucket list is a Pineapple quilt. Thank you.

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  27. Following Happy Quilting on Bloglovin. Thank you!

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  28. I'm following you on Facebook and am enjoying seeing your blocks. I'm looking forward to doing a Dresden someday!

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  29. I would like to make a tee shirt quilt! nettiecrain@live.com

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  30. I follow you on FB nettiecrain@live.com

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  31. The next quilt I want to make is a Hunter Star quilt. I'm waiting for some extra time in my schedule -- maybe in winter!

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  32. A Christmas quilt and a quilted Christmas tree skirt are on my to make someday list! I even already have the fabric!

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  33. I follow Happy Quilting by email, on bloglovin, as well as on Instagram. I don't want to miss a single thing! lol!

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  34. I receive your email updates

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  35. My goal is a hand appliqued Baltimore Album quilt.

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  36. Moda's Holiday Lodge by Deb Strain Badawson16 at aol dot com

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  37. One day I want to make a quilt from a Judy Niemeyer pattern.

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  38. I follow your blog and your flickr site.

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  39. A log cabin quilt is inching up higher on the list!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  40. I follow Happy Quilting by email. basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  41. I am wanting to do a drunkards path quilt.

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  42. I have way too many on my bucket list!! At the top would be a tie between the Double Wedding Ring and the Pineapple. Your blocks are so pretty. I have way too many projects going right now to start another one. Maybe someday I'll get caught up enough to do a sew along.

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  43. I have a bucket list a mile long, but one of the quilts I would love to make is Jen Kingwell's Glitter.

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  44. I have a lot on my bucket list like Swedish Postcard, an Edyta Sitar quilt, an Elizabeth Hartman animal quilt, a Judy Niemeyer quilt. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  45. I'd like to do an orange peel quilt.

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  46. I follow you by email and am very glad that I do.

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  47. I have been wanting to make a I Spy quilt for a great nephew!

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  48. I finished my biggest one a Twisted Log Cabin so not sure that I have anymore.

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  49. I have wanted to make a pineapple quilt for quite a while. I hope I get to start it soon!
    yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com

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  50. I follow Happy Quilting by email!
    yoyopattycakes @ hotmail dot com

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  51. a two color quilt. I saw a bubble gum pink and white one at an antique mall a couple of years ago that just grabbed my eye.

    Sandy A

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  52. I follow your blog through bloglovin

    Sandy A

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  53. New York Beauty is on my bucket list. I have so many starts. Substantially less finishes. Lack of discipline on my part, I get new fabrics and patterns...Squirrel! Instant distraction.

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  54. My bucket list has no bottom! One quilting project I've had on it for a very long time is to make a Dresden Plate block or several of them to make into a quilt. Something always gets it pushed down the list!

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  55. I follow Happy Quilting on Bloglovin'!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  56. At the top of my bucket list is a flannel log cabin. Have all the flannel but other projects keep getting in the way. HA!

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  57. I follow Happy Quilting via email.

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  58. Some day I want to make a Storm at Sea quilt.

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  59. I would like to make a Texas Lonestar Quilt.

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  60. I don't have a bucket list for myself except for a purple quilt for my bed. My mom also wants a bookshelf quilt. So I am working gathering fabrics little by little for both.

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  61. i'm waiting to get to my idea for a clam shell quilt!!!

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  62. i follow yhou by email s5821140@gmail.com

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  63. I'd love to make a pineapple quilt some day.

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  64. I follow you by email and instagram.
    (going to link my starstruck picture now!)

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  65. My bucket list keeps getting longer and longer, lol! I went from hand-quilting to machine quilting and then on to a longarm when I realized there would NEVER be enough time to finish all the quilts I want to make, let alone the tops I've started and finished. But---since you asked----I would like to make a masterpiece appliqued Cockscomb quilt in red, poison green and cheddar---my own little piece of history. Thanks for a chance to win the book---I'd love to make the Sunday Best Sampler but need the book!

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  66. I love every quilt I see and want to make them all. I think one of the top ones would be a New York Beauty.

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  67. Melissa, your blocks are adorrrrable

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  68. I want to make a quilt with hand appliqued blocks.

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  69. I follow Happy Quilting via RSS Feeds.

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  70. A true log cabin quilt with lights on one side and darks on the other. I love the look of them. I have made some log cabin blocks, but not a whole quilt just with them.
    kibbac@gmail.com

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  71. I want to make a blue and white quilt for my bed.

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  72. Great quilt blocks! I have a quilt pattern called Afternoon Tea in the Garden that is on my bucket list to make.

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  73. I follow happy quilting on bloglovin.

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  74. I still want to make a storm at sea. Great blog site!! Showed my love on your FB page laurie_benson@frontier.com

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  75. On my bucket list is a snowball Christmas quilt. cmberry@lsu.edu

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  76. A lone star quilt has been on my bucket list for ages.

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  77. I follow Happy Quilting by email and on IG.

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  78. No question about it--a pineapple quilt has always left me in awe.

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  79. I want to make the 1930's Farmer's Wife Quilt. I've been buying fabric for it for 2 years now and I think 2020 is the year to move on it.

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  81. I've been getting your emails for several years. I'm always amazed at your latest ideas for yet another alma mater quilt! You are so generous to keep donating those quilts year after year. Thank you for offering this book as a giveaway.

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  82. My bucket list quilt is a Mariner's Compass.

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  83. I follow you on bloglovin and by email.

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  84. An Irish chain quilt is on my bucket list.

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  85. I follow Happy Quilting on Bloglovin and Instagram.

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  86. A two-color quilt is on my bucket list.

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  87. I'm on your mailing list; I use my wordygirl at earthlink dot net email address.

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  88. I want to make a curved log cabin quilt in red and gray. Someday I will start it.

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  89. I follow Happy Quilting on Facebook and Instagram.

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  90. I would love to make Delight for Christmas and then Nantucket.

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  91. Tri-Magic Six by Nicole Gould
    judewalahoski@gmail.com

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  92. The 'I want to make' quilt changes constantly. However, longest on my wish list has been a 'picture' quilt. This is the first time I have been to your blog.

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  93. I want to do a scrappy civil war quilt. First time on your site and love the variety and large quilts fast. mscarolmina@hotmail.com

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  94. I have two patterns I'm itching to make that will require more skills than I have...the Atomic Starburst by Violet Craft and The Girl Next Door quilt by Louise Papas for Jen Kingwell Designs...but the bucket list includes lots of other quilts too.

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  95. I've been wanting to make a rag quilt for a long time. I am hoping to get a chance to try that soon.

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  96. Storm at sea is on my bucket list!

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  97. Someday I want to do one of those fabric collages. If you'd stop writing patterns I wouldn't have so many quilts on my bucket list! And with your book coming out, I'll be buried with ones I want to make.LOL

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  98. How do I love Happy Quilting? Blog, Facebook, Instagram, in person. Great, great great. Thanks

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  99. I found the American Jane pattern, "Amazing Possibilities" last year on Pinterest. It's the first time I'd seen a round quilt, and I've wanted to do it ever since! I'm hoping in 2020!

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  100. I would like to make a Crazy Quilt! Saw a lovely one in Cooperstown, NY at the farm museum. I always think about it!

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

Melissa