Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Decades Past in Morrison Park and Giveaway!!!

I was so excited when my good friend, Pat Sloan, asked if I wanted to join in sharing her new fabric line,  Morrison Park!!!  I have wanted to do a two color Decades Past quilt (pattern here)  for sometime and I knew that the beautiful burnt reds of Morrison Park would be just perfect for a lovely fall wall hanging.   And didn't it turn out just so fun!!!  

I just love how this fun vintage modern pattern design just shows off those beautiful vintage modern fabrics!!   And I love the mono-chromatic feel of it.  It just makes me want to see leaves changing and bake pumpkin pies.   


And although I was drawn to the reds, there are lots of beautiful colors  and prints in this Morrison Park line by Pat Sloan for Benatex fabric (and keep reading for your chance to win some!!!)   Aren't those paisley's just so great, and the little flowers and polka dots.  So fun!!!  


And when it came time to quilt my Decades Past Morrison Park quilt, I decided for a fun all over open swirl.  I just love how it adds flowy curvy texture to all of those nice crisp piecing lines.   And I love how the 402 So Fine thread blends perfectly in both the light and dark prints.  So great!!! 


And speaking of quilty texture . . . Isn't that just so gorgeous!!!  I can't wait to hang this up on my wall in my dining room.  It is just going to bring so much fall cheer to the home ;)


And that is my Decades Past quilt in beautiful two color goodness from Pat Sloan's new Morrison Park fabric line!!!   I am just thrilled with how it came together ;)


And speaking of this gorgeous Morrison Park line . . . let's have  fabric giveaway!!!  


GIVEAWAY CLOSED - Winner of the Morrison Park Giveaway is #199 - Rosemary B.   Congrats!!!

- Prize Option 1 is US prize - of a Morrison Park layer cake and a Benartex Fat Quarterly club newsletter w/charm pack.  

- Prize Option 2 is outside the US - my Aurifil Perfect Box of Neutrals. 

  

We are going to run this the same way we do TTGD ;) 

You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  There are two prize options, the first for US entries, and the second for International Entries  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment telling me the name of your favorite Park to visit ;)  

 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 October 11th , when I will announce a winner on this post :)

And for more Morrison Park Fabric projects (and more chances to win the beautiful fabric . . . check out all the stops on the Morrison Park Fabric Tour ;)  

September 28 - Cheryl Bricky Meadow Mist Designs
September 29 - Laura Pilan Slice of Pi Quilts
September 30 - Andy Knowlton A Bright Corner
October 1 - Amy Ellis Amy's Creative Side
October 2 - Yvonne Fuchs Quilting Jetgirl
October 3 - Pam Vieira-McGinnis Pam Kitty Morning
October 4 - Jen Shaffer Patterns by Jen
October 5 - Heather Valentine The Sewing Loft
October 6 - Annie Unrein By Annie
October 7 - Melissa Corry Happy Quilting Melissa
October 8 - Karen Pratt Cream Craft Goods
October 9 - Jane Davidson Quilt Jane
October 10 - Wendy Sheppard Ivory Springs
October 11 - Pat Sloan

I hope you all have a very Happy Quilting Day and good luck in the giveaway!!!


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576 comments:

  1. My favorite local park is Tyler state Park. My favorite National Park is Acadia!!

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  2. I LOVE parks! Local, state or National - all are such treasures. My favorite is Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas and the little local park downtown - Arlington Park. Pretty partial to Gulpha Gorge there as well.

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  3. I follow you by blog, Instagram, newsletter.
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  4. Glacier national Park is my favorite!!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  5. Actually, my favorite park is the local one nearest my house, Snow Hinton Park. It has the walking track where I get my exercise in.

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  6. Fav park would be my local Muskegon State Park. The beautiful view of Lake Michigan just takes my breath away, even after 20+ years here!

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  7. YAY! I have "liked" your Facebook page - looking forward to more inspiration from you! Blessings!

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  8. I just followed your blog on Bloglovin. Looking forward to having another great blog to visit.

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  9. I have many National Parks I love and recommend- Death Valley, Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Yosemite, Lassen... and that’s just California!
    And I started following you on Instagram

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  10. I follow you on instagram. My favourite park is High Park in Toronto, Ontario.
    I love your quilts and fabrics!

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  11. My favorite park is Big Bend National Park in Texas!!

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  12. My favorite park to visit is a tiny little park nearby called Lincoln Park. I didn't know of it for many years after moving here, but since I found it, I visit it often. It's located next to a beautiful lake that is the largest in NH. Stunning views, beautiful sunrises and sunsets! So very peaceful.

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  13. I’m following you on Instagram. @austinphototx
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  14. I follow on Facebook. My favorite park is Copper Falls in Wisconsin.

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  15. I follow on Facebook. My favorite park is Copper Falls in Wisconsin.

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  16. My favorite park is Lions Park. Real close to my house and beautiful views of the bayou

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  17. Favorite park- Tishomingo State Park in northern Mississippi. Beautiful!

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  18. Yosemite National Park is incredible. It’s only a two hour drive from Fresno.

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  19. Gulf Shores State park is my favorite. It's not just a park with trees and benches..its a park with a beach on the Gulf of Mexico. Right now I ask you pray for them as they face the possibility of being hit by Hurrican Delta. They are still cleaning up from Sally. This is my winter home. There is a great guild there the Island Quilters Guild. Loving this hope along. Great tips and ideas!

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  20. Just followed Happy Quilting on Facebook! Looking forward to seeing your post.

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  21. Melissa I love the 2 color, it's perfect for fall! Thank you so much for being on my tour!

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  22. Yosemite National Park is incredible. It’s only a two hour drive from Fresno.

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  23. Yosemite National Park is incredible. It’s only a two hour drive from Fresno.

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  24. Well I've never actually been fortunate enough to visit any national parks, so I guess my favorite park would be the park here in my local town lol. Isn't the new Morrison Park line gorgeous!!

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  25. My family visits Jenkin's Estate regularly and we all enjoy the trails. The children like the play structures too.

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  26. Glacier National Park is my favorite.

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  27. I get your blog posts by email. Thanks!!

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  28. It's been years since I've been to any of the National parks, but I really love Yellowstone National Park! Locally there are small parks all around, but I love my own backyard. The lawn and trees give it a nice park atmosphere.

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  29. I am a long time email follower. Thanks Melissa.

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  30. I like to visit all of our National parks here in CDA, but often prefer the small regional ones for ease of use. Thanks

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  31. My favorite park is in our small town Lemon's Park it has a beautiful walking trail and is lovely all times of the year!

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  32. Favorite away from home park is Estes Park. Local park favorite is McKinley Park.

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  33. I follow Happy Quilting on FB and IG

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  34. Since we are in a pandemic, my guild meets at out town’s Charles Creek park. That is my favorite park because it is a safe way to see all of my friends.

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  35. My favorite park to visit is Walt Disney World, but in this pandemic world, I love to hike in the mountains.

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  36. I follow your blog on Bloglovin

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  37. My favorite park is Picture Rocks National Lakeshore in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! Beautiful views from shore and beautiful cliff views from the water, with so much to do and see while you're there!

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  38. I love your two color quilt! So cute! I follow your blog through Feedly.

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  39. Included on Our bucket list is to visit all National Parks!
    I like a two color quilt pattern!

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  40. I think my favorite of the National Parks is Yellowstone. But we have great parks all over the city where I live and I think my favorite is Chisholm Creek because you can hike through forest areas and see wild life and walk through the open areas and see birds and water fowl around the creek. I am quite sure I would love Morrison Park if it was in my hometown!

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  41. Glacier National Park is my favorite park.there is always something to do or see. And new people to meet

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  42. I love how you used Pat Sloan’s Morrison Park fabric in your two-color quilt. I love your Decades Past pattern with lots of open spaces allowing both the fabric and the quilting to shine.

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  43. My favorite park of all time is White Sands National Monument Park in New Mexico. Spent many fun hours there sliding down the dunes, flying kites, and launching rockets!
    Your two-colir quilt is smashing! I'm starting a red/white one now!

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  44. Have never been to a National Park..but love the local ones here in Ohio :)

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    1. We love the Ohio parks too! Right now we are biking as many of the Ohio & Erie trails as possible. The fall leaves are gorgeous right now!

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  45. I follow Happy Quilting thru Bloglovin & Emails Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way :)

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  46. My favorite park is Brow Park. Less than a mile from home, it has a beautiful view off our mountain.
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  47. My favorite park to visit is actually Stark Parks. My son and I are trying to ride our bikes on all of the Ohio & Erie trails. We are making great progress. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  48. I follow Happy Quilting via Bloglovin'. I've been following for years!

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  49. I love Bernheim Forest..a local sanctuary here in Kentucky.

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  50. My favorite park is Watkins State Park in MI!

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  51. I follow your blog with bloglovn!

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  52. My favorite park is called Centennial Park, it haves beautiful colors of trees and flowers, also has a special exhibit of the Wizard of Oz, being he was from my home town

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  53. My favorite park is Grant Park in Chicago. There is so much to see, and the gardens are beautiful.

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  54. Yosemite is my favorite National park.

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  55. My favorite park is one in our small community of Bar Nunn, Wyoming. We have one of the largest Pronghorn Antelope herds in the world, here in Wyoming and you can often see them resting in the shade at our park. It is aptly named Antelope Territory Park!

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  56. I love Buhl Park in Hermitage PA.

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  57. My favorite park is Rocky Mtn National Park!

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  58. I love all the colors in this collection and your quilt is so pretty in the reds

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  59. My favorite park is Palo Duro Canyon State Park in Canon, TX. It's a great place for hiking and camping.

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  60. My favorite park is Mattie Stepanek Park in Rockville, Maryland. Mattie is the young boy who fought a terrible illness that physically disabled him, but not his spirit. He wrote poetry books and appeared on Oprah. Mattie passed at a young age. His hometown, Rockville, Maryland, built this park in his honor and it's known for being accessible to the disabled. I take my grandchildren to the park very often. We often see disabled children and adults using the park. It's a wonderful experience!

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  61. (Sharon Mahon) I'm here in Canada and I "like" you now on Facebook. Beautiful quilting!

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  62. My favorite Park would be the Adirondack Park in New York State which is actually a protected park this is 9,375 square miles and includes places like Lake Placid and 46 high peaks!

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  63. Custer State Park is my favorite

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  64. My favorite park is Fremont Lakes Recreation area in Fremont, NE. Great place to bike and swim. gregandsally@abbnebraska.com

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  65. there are 3 state parks in Wisconsin that I visit repeatedly. Wildcat Mountain, Peninsula State Park, and Devil's Lake State Park

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  66. I follow Happy Quilting on Bloglovin, instagram, and Pinterest. gregandsally@abbnebraska.com

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  67. I have so many favorite parks. Rocky Mountain, Shenandoah, any where with big trees.
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  68. So glad I found you on Etsy. My favorite park was where I took my granddaughters when they were small. It was right outside where I worked at Parkside in the Sligo creek area of Silver Spring Md. I’ve since retired to the Myrtle Beach area where we have an awesome State Park.
    I love the Decades Pattern pattern. Looked lovely in the Morrison Park fabrics.

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  69. My favorite park is Devils Lake State Park in Wisconsin. Great hiking.

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  70. I’ve been to two great Parks. (National Parks). Denali in Alaska and Yellowstone. Locally, our Burns Park is pretty good.

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  71. I’ve been to two great Parks. (National Parks). Denali in Alaska and Yellowstone. Locally, our Burns Park is pretty good.

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  72. I love that you used the reds from the Morrison Park fabrics in your quilt. They are my favorites and so many have gone blues and greens! I went to look for the pattern on your Etsy page and it looks SO DIFFERENT in multiple colors I didn't recognize it at first! I just finished a quilt out of Baby Charming that I absolutely love!

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  73. I have liked your Facebook page and love Estes Park in Colorado and Arcadia Park in Maine

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  75. My favorite park is Giant City Park in Southern Illinois.

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  76. Here I visit the zoo park. With covid on Friday’s we pick up carry out and eat watching the ducks and geese on the lake.

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  77. My favorite park is Cook Forest State Park in Northeast Pennsylvania. It is our go to place for family R&R.

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  78. I love Golden Gate park & I follow you on bloglovin'.....
    Thanks love your quilt.

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  79. My favorite park to visit is Mount Rainier National park. My sisters and I visited there when in Seattle for a baby shower. Fun trip!

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  80. My favorite park would be Yellowstone, many fond memories of watching our girls exclaim in wonder! I love the way you used the reds in Pat's fabric!

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  81. My favorite national park is Washington's Crossing. It is local for me, filled with beauty, along the Delaware River and has wonderful guides. They re-enact the Christmas crossing on December 25th.

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  82. My favorite park is The Great Smokie Mountains.

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  83. Our favorite park is in Cataract, Indiana - part of Lieber State Park - we love the Cataract Falls, upper and lower!! It is so pretty this time of year!

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  84. I follow you on Facebook and your e-mails!!

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  85. Have followed you on Instagram and Pinterest! Headed to Facebook next! Have a great day!

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  86. I am following happyquiltingmelissa on Bloglovin! I love to read your blog!

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  87. My name is Janis Taylor and the park we attend most is Meramec State Park in Missouri.

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  88. My Local Park is Crowder State Park with lots of beautiful trees in the fall.

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  89. My favorite park is Deali National Park

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  90. My favorite park is Olympic National Park. So many family camping & hiking memories are there. Sitting around the campfire and hand sewing on quilt blocks with my mom are special memories for me.

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  91. I just followed you on facebook and by email.
    My favorite park is at Lake Placid, NY.

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  92. My favorite park locally is Pioneer Park. Love the trees and aviary.

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  93. Silvercreek falls , Oregon Love your color choices!

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  94. My favorite park is definitely Glacier Natl Park! It’s stunning! Will be following your blog and on IG.

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  95. My favorite park is the Grand Canyon. I go as often as I can, which isn't much because I live in New Orleans! But it is so incredibly beautiful there. I live it! Thanks for the giveaway. The colors in your quilt are gorgeous!

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  96. I love Cook Forest in Pennsylvania.

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  97. Being a motorcycle rider, I'd have to say my favorite Park is Smoky mountain National Park . There is such great riding and beautiful scenery there.

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  98. I follow you on bloglovin' and get email updates. I have liked you on FB, instagram and pinterest.

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  99. My favorite park is North Chagrin part of the Cleveland Metro Parks. I love walking around Sanctuary Marsh, as I look for frogs and admire the water lilies.

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  100. My favorite park to visit is Giant City Park in Southern Illinois.

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  101. So many favorites but I would have to pick Glacier NP in Montana and second would be Bryce NP.

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  102. Will follow on Facebook and Instagram. Excited to have another quilting site to enjoy.

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  103. My favorite park is my backyard. I get to watch the wildlife, sit in a comfortable chair, and enjoy the quiet.

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  104. My favorite park is any national park, but since I live in the pacific northwest, I'll say the North Cascades National Park.

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  105. My favourite park is Buchart Gardens on Vancouver Island , BC Canada

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  106. I love my old neighborhood park, with it's gazebo and small pond.

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  107. Do Disney parks count?? Lol just kidding. Kinda. My Papaw used to like to go to a park in downtown Memphis. There was a news stand that he would visit to get a paper. It is not anything fancy, just holds sweet memories for me.

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  108. My favorite park is Tsavo National Park in Kenya. It grips your soul.

    In Canada, Banff National Park can't be beat.

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  109. I follow Happy Quilting blog and IG.

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  110. My favorite park is Letchworth State Park in NY. It's spectacular when flooded with autumnal hues on wooded canyon walls beside gorgeous (punny) sparkling water falls. The park has been voted US's #1 state park more than once.

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  111. I love taking my grandson to the Hilmar community park it’s grandma grandson time😁

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  112. My favorite park to visit was Estes Park in Colorado because my family all met there and spent a week. It was glorious!

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  113. My favorite is Yellowstone National Park. It’s so different. Sequoia Nation Park is also really wonderful.

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  114. Following you on Pinterest. Love the cute kitchen towels. I’m copying your idea.

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  115. I look forward to following your blog. Thanks to Pat Sloan for including you on the Tour. 'Happy quilting' is a good description for how I spend my time.

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  116. My favorite local park is a toss up between Manito and Plante's Ferry.

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  117. I really like the Eubank Park in the small town where I live. It has a playground, basketball court, shelter areas to have a family reunion, and walking trails around the park.

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    1. Following you on facebook. My favorite park is Bond Park in Cary, NC. They have live entertainment you can enjoy while picnicking under the trees, boating, hiking and much more. The best part is spending time with the grandkids there.

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  119. Already follow you on bloglovin, just followed you on Instagram and liked your FB site. My favorite park is Yellowstone...not exactly the neighborhood park, but so magnificent!

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  120. Get your blog, follow you on facebook

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  121. I love visiting Forest Park, here in St. Louis. So many great things there, including the art museum and zoo!
    Sandy A

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  122. I follow your blog through Bloglovin.
    Sandy A

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  123. Favorite Park is Hartwick Pines in Michigan <3

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  124. I love Estes Park in Colorado. If I ever win the lottery (which is doubtful since I don’t play) you’ll be able to find me looking for homes right outside It!

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  125. My current favorite park is within walking distance of my home, willowbrook park in Hartford Wisconsin.

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  126. Yellowstone is on my bucket list.

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  127. Our favorite park when the kids were little was Grape Arno Park, but I’d love to visit Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park!

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  128. Snowdonia National Park in Wales, UK

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  129. Lovely quilt! My favorite Park to visit is Mashamoquet State Park. We have had all our family picnics there for as long as I can remember.

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  130. I receive Happy Quilting email updates

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  131. I love your blog, Instagram and follow everywhere!

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  132. My favorite park is Acadia National Park. I love the ocean and mountains- this park has both! Where else are there pink granite beaches.....

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  133. Following you on Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook & via e-mail.

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  134. I have been to parks in Hawaii, Mexico, Colorado and locally. I can't pick a favorite because they all are beautiful! So many more I want to see. Where I live there is one we go to several times a week...Riverside Park in Janesville, WI.

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  135. One of our favorite parks is the Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado. We had a memorable visit there on a family vacation. The local park that we frequent the most is Bob Woodruff Park in Texas.

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  136. Liked and followed Facebook page

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  137. I have two favorites, I live on the US CAN boarder. In Canada it's Fundy National Park and in US it's Acadia National Park. I have never been but Yellowstone National Park is on my bucket list to visit.

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  138. My favorite park is Denali - just beautiful!!

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  139. Pulaski’s National Park is our favourite to camp and hike... beautiful scenic spots and it’s very close to where we live too!!

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  140. Following via email, Instagram and Facebook.

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  141. My favorite park is Ault Park in Cincinnati bc that means I am visiting my daughter.

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  142. Followed on Instagram and fb : )

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  143. My favorite park in our town is Pioneer Park. It has an historic gazebo, duck pond, bird avariy, playground, old trees and acres of grass for families to gather.

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  144. My favorite park to visit is the Huntington Beach Central Park. That's my hometown, and I have so many happy memories there, from walking with my mom and our family dogs, to taking my first dog Dusty there and roaming around, to going there with my best friend and her grandkids to feed the ducks. Love that place and I can't wait for this pandemic to be over so I can go back again.

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  145. I follow many ways, but my favorite is through email.

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  146. My favorite park to visit is Yellowstone National Park

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  147. Showing you love on your Facebook page

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  148. My favorite park is a local one called Lake Lansing in Lansing, Michigan. It's a small lake near the capital city of Lansing. It has live band in the summer, a small beach for the kids to play and swim, a boat launch for sailing or water skiing. My great Uncle and great Aunt had a home on the lake. One of my favorite places to visit growing up.

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  149. I'm following you on Instagram 😀

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  150. My favorite park is Springbrook Park.

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  151. I like a local park. Black Mesa State Park it is in Oklahoma

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  152. My favourite park to visit is Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC.

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  153. My favorite park is Mohican State Park in Ohio. Great memories of picnics and hiking as a child.

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  154. I'm showing you my love by following your blog by email updates.

    lin.web.28@gmail.com

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  155. I follow your blog via RSS (Feedly).

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  156. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
    -Jean

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  157. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
    -Jean

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  158. Chisholm's Park. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  159. I subscribe through email. Thank you.
    -Jean

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  160. My favorite park is Turkey Run State Park in Indiana. Especially this time of year. It has great trails.

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  161. Following you with Bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  162. Quilt is gorgeous. My favorite park to visit is Gettysburg National Park which is on my backdoor. Have been visiting since I was a child and learn something new every visit.

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  163. Showing love by liking your Facebook page. Of course, I had to look at all of your photos while I was there!

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  164. I love Yellowstone National Park. An all time favorite.

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  165. My favorite park is in Sequin, Texas. Not sure of the name but it is right on the Guadalupe River...so beautiful!

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  166. I started following you on FB and Instagram and signed up for you blog. BTW the quilt in Morrison Park fabric is gorgeous!

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  167. My favorite National Park is the Fire Island National Seashore. It is part of a barrier beach which lies between the Atlantic Ocean and the Great South Bay off the south shore of Long Island NY. Hard to beat the natural beauty.

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  168. Love Morrison park fabrics. Don't really have a favorite park. I live in a rural part of Pa so I'm living in a park like setting.

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  169. About 2 miles from home is our local Metro park Silver Creek. We also have the Cuyahoga Valley National Park about 10 miles away. So many places to go and things to see.

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  170. My favorite park is Shelby Farms in Memphis, TN!

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  171. I follow Happy Quilting on Instagram and Facebook!

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  172. Red Rock state park in Nevada. Just beautiful.

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  173. I love the Yellowstone national park.

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  174. Beautiful quilt. I like to visit Great Smokie Mtns. Enjoy your day. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom 🌻🍂

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  175. I follow Happy Quilting by email. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom. 🦋🌾

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  176. Fiordland National Park in New Zealand is my favourite there are amazing walking tracks , sounds and fiords to do and see.

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  177. Lovely quilt! My favorite park is Temperance River State Park.

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  178. I love papa’s park in my own back yard. It invites friends and family to visit me, and the grandkids have so much fun.
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  179. My favorite park is smoky mountains national park

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  180. I follow happy quilting on bloglovin

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  181. My favorite park that daddy and I go to almost every week is Algonquian Park on the Potomac River in Loudoun County Virginia.
    It is breezy, and there are a lot of trees for shade and you can walk along the Potomac river and see all kinds of cool stuff. We have seen a snake swimming across the river. That was crazy. We have also seen beavers along the coast, lots of eagles and some fish that jumps out of the water for some reason. Really crazy

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  182. Although I no longer live near there, I've always loved Balboa Park in San Diego ... and the zoo that is next to it!!

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  183. I love the Decades Past quilt made in Morrison Park fabrics! Thanks.

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Melissa