Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day May 2015

Hello and welcome to Little Bunny Quilts!


I'm Alison and I have been blogging here for almost 4 years (holy wow!) and work with my mom and my sister to design patterns for Honey, Bunny, and Doll Designs! Here's a smattering of what I've been working on in the last year ... if you care to peruse!


Now on to why y'all are really here!

Up for grabs for our grand prize winner is a Kona Jelly Roll!


It's a gorgeous blend of rainbow colors for a fun summer project!

And wait, there's more!

FIVE runners-up will be able to pick their choice of patterns from the Honey, Bunny, and Doll Pattern Shop!


BUT WAIT! If we get over 600 likes on the Honey, Bunny, and Doll Facebook page, the number of pattern winners will double to TEN!

To enter:

1. For one entry, leave a comment with a quilting project that is on your "bucket list" -- mine is a double wedding ring quilt!

2. For a second entry, if you are some sort of a follower/liker of Little Bunny Quilts and/or Honey Bunny and Doll Designs, let me know how you follow/like us -- follow on Blogger/Bloglovin, like on Facebook, follow on Craftsy, etc. 


594 comments:

  1. I love Robert Kaufman Kona! Sweet giveaway! Someday I'd love to make a Civil War quilt.

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  2. I just started following you around on Bloglovin...looking forward to all the quilty fun!

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  3. My bucket list project is the Storm at Sea quilt--I really want to make one for my dad!

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  4. I've got a DWR on my list too! :)

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  5. I'm a follower via blogger's reader.

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  6. Bucket list quilt would be Love Entwined.

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  7. I don't have a bucket list, I love to design my own quilts and bags. Although I do admire many patterns out there. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  8. My parents will have their 45th wedding anniversary next month. My bucket list item is a quilt for their Florida home - I need to have it ready by Christmas so they can take it with them when they go for the winter again. ...and I've only ever made one other quilt. Maybe I bit off more than I can chew?

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  9. On my bucket list is an Optical Illusion quilt that will be a wedding gift.

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  10. I would love to make a t-shirt quilt some day.

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  11. I'd like to try a Bargello quilt one day…
    thanks for the chance!
    irinadjeuanATgmailDOTcom

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  12. Grandmothers flower garden is on my list

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  13. Beautiful jelly roll :) A Storm at Sea quilt is at the top of my bucket list.

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  14. Oh gee... I don't know, there are so many quilts that are on my bucket list. I don't think I will ever get to them all. Or maybe I will!!

    sewsimplelife@gmail.com

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  15. I am following via GFC
    sewsimplelife@gmail.com

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  16. I've been saving up grizzly bear prints to make into a quilt over the last two years but haven't sewn a stitch of a quilt with them yet!

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  17. I want to do a illusion quilt

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  18. I would like to try a Cathedral Windows quilt :)

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  19. I would love to make a dresden quilt as they are so pretty. Thanks for great giveaway. x

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  20. I also have a double wedding ring quilt on my bucket list... maybe I will get to it before I am 80 :)

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  21. I love solids! I think I have too many quilts on my list to pick just one. I may never get to most of them as the list keeps growing daily!

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  22. Someday I'd want to make a very complex Mariner's Compass quilt.
    hijoffe@gmail.com

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  23. I follow you on bloglovin.
    hijoffe@gmail.com

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  24. I would love to make a new york beauty quilt. I need skill first though. :)

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  25. Farmer's wife sampler quilt.

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  26. My bucket list quilt is a millefiori quilt or passacaglia quilt, something I can work on at an easy pace between projects. Thanks for the give away! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  27. I am a new follower on Facebook and Bloglovin'. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  28. I'd like to make a memory quilt from a loved ones clothes.

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  29. My bucket list quilt is the first one I started (10 years ago) and haven't finished yet - a 9-patch in 1930s repro fabric.

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  30. would love to make a scrappy queen sized quilt for myself sewgraciousthreads AT gmail DOT com

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  31. Great giveaway, thanks for the chance! The number one item is finishing the Farmer's Wife quilt for which I've made a whopping 8 blocks!

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  32. I want to make a Mariners compass

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  33. I will some day make a pickle dish quilt. It has been on my list for a ling time. Thanks for the chance at such a great giveaway!

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  34. Elizabeth Hartman's Aviatrix Medallion!

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  35. On my bucket list : a dress for my daughter (If I manage to make it on time...)

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  36. You got my Like on Facebook !

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  37. I don't know if I have a bucket list just a WIP list lol

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  38. I love the Kona Jelly Roll.... I would love to use it to make a Coins Quilt. I have made one, but a second is on my Bucket list.

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  39. I am handicapped and can't manage large quilts anymore, but I love to make large tote bags and soft luggage and would like to do some colorful quilted insets in them to make them completely unique to each owner, and of course an entirely quilted bag is beauty to own all by itself! I love using a fabric's own pattern to use free-motion quilting on!

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  40. A strippy quilt for my littlest one based on a design in my head.

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  41. On my bucket list, at the top is an Irish Chain rainbow quilt.

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  42. An orange peel quilt. I love how curved piecing looks, but am still practicing!

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  43. I love the double-wedding ring quilts, too, but I'm on the fence about attempting it. Instead, I plan to make the Fons and Porter pattern "Emily's Wedding Quilt", which mimics the DWR quilt using two different blocks - 54-40 or Fight and Shoo Fly.

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  44. Mine's also a double wedding ring! I just started it this week, english paper piecing... not sure how i'm going to make it all into a quilt :)

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  45. I've only finished two quilting projects so there are many projects to choose from. I want to make a Swoon quilt and an Irish Chain quilt sometime in the future.

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  46. I follow you through blogger dashboard.

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  47. I really want to make a real bed size quilt. I just got my new Janome 8900QCP yesterday and have that throat space where I'm ready to tackle that. That's on my bucket list/hope to do soon list.

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  48. On my bucket list is an irish chain quilt and a scrappy bear paw quilt. Thanks for the chance to win! mto2golsen (at) gmail (dot) com

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  49. I would love to make an embroidered crazy quilt. The closest I've gotten is making a crazy quilt pillow.

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  50. Someday I would like to make a quilt using the New York Beauty block. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  51. My Swoon quilt is on my bucket list but I am hoping to finish it this year.

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  52. I liked your Facebook page.

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  53. thanks for the opportunity to win. I keep thinking about sewing a completely improvisational quilt make without using a rotary cutter or rulers.

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  54. What a bright, fun blog! I am now following, on Bloglovin.

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  55. My bucket list would be a barrel list ... but next I plan to make a red,white&blue scrap quilt. Gotta clear room for some more modern luscious fabric colors! Thanks for hosting a giveaway.

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  56. I have some embroidered blocks that I need to put into a scrappy quilt. It's on the top of my bucket list.

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  57. On my bucket list is a king size quilt for our bed, I think we've narrowed it down to between a Lone Star Quilt, a Carpenter's Star, or a Gaia pattern. Just have to make a decision or we'll end up with all 3!
    ~Brandy

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  58. So many quilts are on my bucket list but Double Wedding Ring is one of them (I broke down and bought Accuquilt die for this!).

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  59. I follow you at Little bunny and Honey bunny & doll--via email!

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  60. I want to do a jelly roll race quilt. Also, a quilt for my bed. And a quilted table topper for my dining room table.

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  61. Beautiful colors in that Jelly Roll! Someday I will make something with cathedral windows ... someday.

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  62. I am going to start work on the new "gravity" quilt - just waiting for a ruler to arrive.

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  63. My bucket list project is completing a quilt by myself - - no help with the quilting or binding.

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  64. I would love to make myself a dress that really fits.

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  65. Another brown and beige bear paw's quilt. I had made one before but my cat's claws tore it apart. So, this is on my bucket list. Thank you for being a part of the SMS Giveaway Day and giving me the chance to win. You do have a bundle of goodies up for grabs. Hoping you have a wonderful Mother's Day.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  66. I would love to make a lonestar quilt

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  67. I am a follower via bloglovin'

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  68. I'd love to make a large quilt from any of Judy Martin's books.

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  69. I don't really have a quilt-y bucket list - I tend to go ahead and dive into a project if I want to make it badly enough. Finishing the project tends to be the challenge! greycatquilts@yahoo.com

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  70. My bucket list has been shrinking as of late because I've been doing the quilts I've always wanted to. Now I guess it would be to finish up UFOs.

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  71. I follow you through Blogger.

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  72. Mine is also a double wedding ring quilt.

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  73. My bucket list includes a banner for our 4-H club, a skirt for me (that was supposed to be for last fall) and a full sized crochet afghan.

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  74. I was just saying how I really wanted to make a double wedding ring quilt too!

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  75. My bucket list includes a quilt from Dad's shirts.

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  76. I would really love to do a cathedral window quilt but I haven't worked up the nerve yet.

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  77. I have always wanted to make a cathedral windows quilt.

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  78. I have an unfinished Strip and Flip jelly roll quilt (a full size one) waiting for me to have time to get it done. Finishing it is on my bucket list (it's been waiting for 2 years almost)

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  79. I have always wanted to make a double wedding quilt too!

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  80. I am a new follower on bloglovin

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  81. I don't have a bucket list for quilts.....I usually look over a pattern and if I know I can do....I make it......not a confident quilter so I do practice practice practice until I get more confidence

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  82. Kona jelly roll--Wow! As a beginner, I've decided to cut back from the bigger projects I've tried/planned on and am going to get better at piecing with some minis!

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  83. My quilt bucket list is the 50 million projects I have waiting for me to finish!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  84. My bucket list... hmm... what isn't on my list would probably be easier to answer. The first thing that comes to mind though is a Mariner's Compass

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  85. On my quilting bucket list is an Irish Chain quilt. I already have some of the fabric and I want to finish the 4 quilts I have in progress before I start it. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  86. Mine is also Double Wedding Ring, and a French Braid quilt made with jelly rolls, this would help!
    cork@padotrrdotcom

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  87. a log cabin quilt
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  88. Mine is also a DWR, just took a class with VFW.

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  89. I'd love to make an irish chain quilt!

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  90. Still trying to get up the courage to quilt an oversize queen quilt... one day

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  91. Someday I want to make Laatifah Safir's Glam Clam quilt!

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  92. I want to make a big plus quilt, and another (bed size) X & + quilt for myself!

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  93. there a many quilts on my bucket list. someday i will make a storm at sea quilt.

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  94. A storm at sea quilt....

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  95. I follow via BlogLovin (and Feedspot). :)

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  96. There are so many quilts on my bucket list. One of them would have to be an ABC quilt for my son.

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  97. Thanks for the chance to win! My bucket list includes more challenging projects like diamonds and strong diagonals.

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  98. How generous of a giveaway! Thanks so much for a chance to win! I have pretty much every quilt on my bucket list. LOL. I just started to sew quilts and am working on a star surround now. It is taking FOREVER! I may have gotten too ambitious for my 3rd quilt. LOL. IF I ever get done with this one my next one is planned to be a churn dash. Did I mention the star surround is.. taking...forever?? LOL

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  99. I too want to do a double wedding ring quilt some day.

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  100. I follow you on FB and with bloglovin

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  101. There are many things on my list on the top is a new bed quilt from Jeni Bakers Dreamin Vintage collection.

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  102. Thank you for the giveaway. Someday I want to make a Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt.

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  103. On my bucket list is a feathered star and a pixelated photo quilt.

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  104. I've added you to my bloglovin feed

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  105. To be honest, my bucket list includes finishing one of the quilts I've been working on. I think I'm a quilt-topper junkie. But now that I purchased my seventh vintage machine that is coveted as the best free-motion quilter in the treadle world, I'm really itching to create a strip quilt - create meaning start to finish! lol

    Great giveaway!

    Chiara
    SewOldSchool.com

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  106. I want to make a re-do of a log cabin quilt my gran gave me years ago that her mom made. I can still remember the big quilting racks taking up her whole living room. I have good quilt memories. I love what you have been working on. The Beau Tie's are super cute. I could put the jelly roll to good use. I have a few crochet wips to finish that could work with it. So my fingers are crossed, and thanks a bunch!
    ~Crystal
    http://krystlewv.blogspot.com
    A Day In My Life, Crochet & Reviews

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  107. I follow via Bloglovin and email addy. Sharing is caring! My 2nd Entry, Yay!
    ~Crystal

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  108. I'm a new quilter so I don't quite have a bucket list yet, although I'd love to get good enough to do a Mariner's Compass!

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  109. making a patchwork table runner for my niece's bridal shower.

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  110. My quilt bucket list includes a pattern I designed for my brother. It's a pac man quilt, made entirely of 2.5" squares... This would be perfect. : )

    Thank you for participating in this giveaway.

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  111. My bucket list quilt is a quilt for our bed with a rustic/bear theme. I have many of the fabrics gathered, now it's just a matter of creating a pattern for it.

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  112. ... and I have been following for a few years now via Feedly. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway :)

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  113. I would like to start the Irish Chain quilt.

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  114. I'd love to make a cathedral windows quilt

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  115. I want to make a queen/king sized quilt for our bed. I have made lots of baby quilts, some lap quilts, and a couple of twin sized quilts but I really want to make one big enough for my bed.

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  116. I would love to make a patchwork of the crosses quilt--some day!!

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  117. My ultimate project is the Single Girl quilt - in a King size! I know, I know....

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  118. I liked your FB page! Thanks of the chance to win!

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  119. My ultimate bucket list quilt is a New York Beauty. One of my goals for this year is getting some more experience with paper piecing.

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  120. I've added you to my Inoreader feed. The best thing about SMS giveaway day is discovering new blogs. Thank you!

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  121. On the list, a triangle quilt.

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  122. I love rainbow fabrics! Not next up but a make it one day quilt is a Jack's Chain. Wish me luck with that!

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  123. I'd make a quilted chuppah for my son's wedding in September! Better hurry!!

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  124. I'd make a quilted chuppah for my son's wedding in September! Better hurry!!

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  125. Mine is the double wedding ring, too! Someday….

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  126. I like the lovely colors. Perfect for a wonky log cabin quilt.

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  127. I don't really have a bucket list, I just make 'em when I see something I like!

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  128. I've pinned so many rainbow quilts lately - one day I'll get around to making one! Thank you for the amazing giveaway, your blog is lovely x

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  129. I follow you on bloglovin x

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  130. Many trips around the world is on my bucket list!

    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  131. so many things on that list! :) The big one though is that I'd like to make a quilt for my husband and I entirely from scratch.

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  132. Triple Irish Chain. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  133. Following on bloglovin', fix your button. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  134. I am only a beginner, so a full sized quilt is beyond me. I will, however, make some patchwork project bags :)

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  135. one of my bucket list projects is a wall hanging: it is paper pieced: a bunch of shells in a glass jar

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  136. now following on bloglovin

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  137. I want to make a Castles on the Horizon Quilt...

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  138. Learning to machine applique is on my bucket list - thanks.

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  139. I'm a follower with Bloglovin' - thanks again.

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  140. One day I really want to make a Single Girl quilt by the wonderfully talented Denyse Schmidt. One day...

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  141. I love solids! Will find something to make when I win those!!!

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  142. I want to make a EPP hexagon quilt one day.

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  143. I Wanna make a herringbone quilt!

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  144. My bucket list consists of a shirt quilt and some bed runners and to finsh the quilt I'm working on right now!!! Thanks.

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  145. I follow you on Bloglovin and facbook. thanks.

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  146. I would love to make a red and white vortex quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  147. I have a bargello quilt on my bucket list.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  148. I want to make a medallion quilt someday!

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  149. Storm at Sea is my current bucket list favorite!

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  150. I follow you on bloglovin'!

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  151. A red and cream quilt, but I am still looking for the perfect pattern, 30 years and about 100 quilts later. Also on the Bucket List is a Swoon quilt. Thanks for the giveaway chance! Glad I found you!

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  152. I liked you on FB and clicked to follow you on BlogLovin

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  153. I dream small Lol. I just want to be able to fmq well enough to be able to make a twin size quilt!

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  154. I follow you on bloglovin and fb both

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  155. I follow you on bloglovin and fb both

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  156. I'm hoping to someday finish my king sized cathedral quilt. I think I'm about 1/10th of the way done after two years.

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  157. One of the many quilts on my bucket list is a storm at sea.

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  158. I want to make a folded star one day. I've got the pattern, just need the right fabrics.

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  159. I don't have a bucket list because I typically make my own patterns.

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  160. I've just started quilting so my I'd like to make a quilt with triangles. Baby steps.

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  161. My bucket list has a Hawaiian applique on it.

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  162. Lovely roll! I became a follower and have you in my blog roll as well. Thanks!

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  163. Beautiful colours. I'd make a lap quilt.

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  164. Green Tea and Sweet Beans... and a pickle dish!

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  165. I'd love to make a dresden plate quilt.

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  166. mine is an Irish chain quilt

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  167. I have so many quilts that I'd like to make. I'd love to make a glorious Broken Star, a Double Wedding Ring, a huge Irish Chain (double or triple), so many more.

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  168. I have so many quilts that I'd like to make. I'd love to make a glorious Broken Star, a Double Wedding Ring, a huge Irish Chain (double or triple), so many more.

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  169. i like you on facebook.

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  170. The quilt on my bucket list is the one that is going to empty all of my scrap baskets!

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  171. I want to make a log cabin quilt someday.

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  172. I follow on GFC. Thanks for the chance!

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