Wednesday, February 23, 2011

I've Been Baking Again...and a Little Giveaway!

Oh yes, I've been baking over at the Moda Bake Shop again! This is the last of the February pattern-tutorials that I've been keeping under wraps!


I'm pleased to introduce you to Summer Dreamin'! The idea for Summer Dreamin' was originally born out of the need for a splash of bright and cheery as the weather got cooler, something to remind oneself of the warmer days of Summer - something that would trigger the knowledge way down deep in your brain that those days will be here again.

I utilized precuts to create the traditional double-z block and show an interesting way that I came up with to cut and sew the fabric for the half-square triangles - I hope you all find it useful! I used Dream On by Urban Chiks and the quilt finishes at 64x80".


I just love the colours in this quilt and think that Dream On is just so neat in the way that it utilizes vintage sheet design and colouring. I decided to send the finished quilt to live with my grandparents and I really hope that they'll love it!

Oh, and I said giveaway didn't I?! Well, how about some Dream On by Urban Chiks for your very own? I'll pick one lucky winner from the commenters on this post and pop some fabric in the mail to them; here's what you need to do to enter:

1. Leave me a comment letting me know what you think of Summer Dreamin'! Also, if 
you wouldn't mind, let me know which of my patterns and tutorials is your favourite (you can see them 
all listed in the righthand sidebar).

2. Leave a second comment if you are a follower of the blog...

I will leave the giveaway open for one week and will announce the winner next Wednesday (March 2nd) - don't forget that you need to leave two separate comments for each entry!

*the giveaway is now closed*

319 comments:

  1. oh congrats! that's a really cool design, i love the hidden pinwheels!
    my favorite is your winter in the woods. I'm a sucker for hexagons.

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  2. Love this quilt! the colours are beautiful!
    My fave pattern is your geesey mcnine patch - I love flying geese!

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  3. Such a sweet quilt ...I love it!!

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  4. Oooh gorgeous! Pinwheels in the house was my favorite, but summer dreamin is my new favorite :)

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  5. The quilt is very fresh and lovely!
    I love your Pinwheels in the House quilt tutorial!

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  6. I follow you! Love this pattern!

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  7. I love your Summer Dreaming. So Cute!!! It really does inspire thoughts of summer with all of the adorable flowers in the print.

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  8. I think the pieced centre string quilt is my favorite of your designs.

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  9. I love your quilt! It reminds me of my grandma which is a REALLY good thing! (she was my favorite person and i still miss her even though she passed away 13 years ago! but i have LOTS of great memories!)

    Favorite...not-your-traditional-log-cabin-pillow. (I am just learning to quilt and it really fits that niche for me!)

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  10. I do follow your blog.. it provides great inspiration! and my 2nd favorite is the pieced centre string quilt blocks!

    Thank you for this opportunity!

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  11. I love this tutorial. Love all the colors. You have what looks to be a difficult block and broken it down. Not so hard after all. Thanks so much
    pam roever at yahoo dot com

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  12. I am also a follower of your blog
    pam

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  13. I really li,e his quilt, and would have to say it is my favorite. Thanks
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  14. I am a follower.
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  15. Congratulations on another fantastic tutorial Kaye! This one is my favourite :)

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  16. It's a tie between your pinwheels in the house and your centre string block!

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  17. Beautiful quilt! You have been a great inspiration to me as I'm just learning how to quilt. My favorite is the Not Your Traditional Log Cabin Pillow! :)

    jennsquaredATgmailDOTcom

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  18. Love the pinwheels and your Pinwheels in the House pattern! Thanks for the chance to win:)

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  19. Oh and I am a follower!!! I subscribe your blog via my google reader! :)

    jennsquaredATgmailDOTcom

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  20. Love the Summer dreamin one, the fabrics are superb.

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  21. I love this quilt pattern and the fabric you used! Delicious!!

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  22. When I saw Summer Dreamin' at the Bakeshop this morning I thought, "I am for sure doing this one!" I'm a Palooza gal, so I'm kind of partial to the Geesey McNine Patch "toot." but I am going to have to give the log cabin pillow a try too!

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  23. I have been a follower for a while now!

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  24. I LOVE the Summer Dreamin! I know your grandparents will love it, too! My favorite of your patterns is Pinwheels in the House, but I also had lots of fun doing the McNinePatch block for the Palooza.

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  25. it's a gorgeous quilt! i love the pattern. great job! and thanks for such a fun giveaway!
    blessings, lora
    eagerhands@gmail.com

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  26. i'm a follower, too :)
    lora
    eagerhands@gmail.com

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  27. I am all about Pinwheels in the House. I love pinwheels. Great job on the quilt. I so love Dream On. I've been collecting vintage sheets and it would be perfect to combine some to make a quilt. Have a happy Wednesday!

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  28. I am a Follower. (Your knitting is wonderful, I love the last post - makes me want to keep trying)

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  29. I love your latest pattern - I do like pinwheels. I also like your Pinwheels in the House because I always like log cabin setting.s Kathie L in Allentown

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  30. I have been one of your followers for a while. Kathie L in Allentown

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  31. Summer Dreamin' is my favorite. I love the method you can up with to creat the block so easily.

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  32. I really like your quilt as it goes to show once again how the best design ideas are often quite simple ones - who would have thought that to put pinwheels inside big crosses would give such a bright and interesting impression! seriously pretty.

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  33. Your quilt is beautiful! My favorite pattern is Winter in The Woods.

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  34. Gorgeous quilt! The colors are so beautiful and cheerful for a cold winter day. :)

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  35. A very pretty summery looking quilt Kaye! Love the sweet cardigan on the last post - that will be one lucky Mum to get that! : )

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  36. Oh, Summer Dreamin' is just divine! I think it has to be my new favourite out of your patterns and tutes, although I'm itching to have a go at Not-Your-Traditional-Log-Cabin Pillow :)
    I'm loving your blog and the inspiration you provide! Thanks so much for the scrummy giveaway too.

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  37. I like how it looks like you cut out the color on the pinwheels.

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  38. Would it be cheating to say this one is my favorite? I am in love with HSTs AND pinwheels, so it's perfect! And 8 HSTs at once? Awesome.

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  39. I just saw this in the Moda Bake Shop and bookmarked it so I can make it later. I just love it! Thanks for sharing.

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  40. I love how by grouping the prints together you managed to get the colours to really pop! I think this is probably my favourite of your designs too. Thanks for the super giveaway, enjoy the rest of winter, spring will happen soon . . . I hope.

    littlefurymaget(AT)yahoo(DOT)ca

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  41. I LOVE the fun colors in Summer Dreamin'!! They're just muted enough to make a super sweet baby quilt. (And I just happen to have a one week old newborn who would love a blanket made from these!!) ;) I also love your "pinwheels in the house" pattern. Pinwheels are so much fun!

    christina dot mckinney at hotmail dot com

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  42. Follower

    christina dot mckinney at hotmail dot com

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  43. Love it, the crosses look like great big kisses!
    I think this would be one of my favourite patterns and your Pinwheels in the House :)

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  44. oh gorgeous! i think this pattern is a close second to my fave of yours--pinwheels in the house :0)

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  45. I'm a follower/stalker and just love reading your blog.

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  46. I love this quilt! This and Pinwheels in the House are my favorites!

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  47. I'm a follower. I read your posts in google reader!

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  48. such a happy quilt, great job kaye!

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  49. What a beautiful quilt...has me dreamin' of warmer weather. I found your pieced strings tutorial very useful.

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  50. I'm a follower.

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  51. Hi Kaye,

    I bought all sorts of different green fabrics from a yard sale last year and have been wanting to make a quilt. I think I will be doing your Summer Dreamin'! I don't quilt as much as I would want to (mainly because I am so busy with garment making and my knitting), but I don't know if I can have the stamina to keep this quilt project untouched, especially with your new design out. It is just so beautiful!

    My favorite tutorial of yours would have to be your Pieced Centre String Quilt Block.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!
    Rebekah
    http://www.artandneedlework.blogspot.com

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  52. Hi again!

    I'm a follower and have been reading your blog with much pleasure for about a year now.

    Rebekah

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  53. Congrats, your new quilt is beautiful! My favourite pattern is the not so log cabin pillow.

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  54. I'm a follower! And I've been lucky to win give-aways on your blog before too :)

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  55. I love Summer dreamin'! I think it's my favorite!

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  56. I love the new design! It's a really fun use of HSTs. Great job!

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  57. So adorable! I love Dream On and its vintage style as well. I also really like pinwheels in the house and last weeks log cabin pillow!

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  58. I think this one is my favorite. I'm not a fan of making half square triangles, but this method looks far less painful! And has instant results! Love it!

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  59. Lovely quilt! I really like the vintage look of Dream On.

    My favorite tutorial is the Pieced string block.

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  60. Just lovely! I'm currently looking for a quilt pattern to make for my soon-to-be new niece, and will definitely be sending this one over to my sister for consideration :) I really like your pinwheels in the house quilt as well -- I like the way you do modern updates on traditional blocks. Congrats on the new bake shop tute!

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  61. What a great new pattern. It does look fresh and warm!!!

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  62. My favorite pattern would have to be the pinwheels in the house or Summer Dreamin.

    I am a follower.

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  63. Lovely Kaye!! This is my fave thus far- totally dig your pillow too though!

    Congrats~!

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  64. I've been a follower for awhile now!

    proboh1@yahoo.com

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  65. I love the Pinwheels in the house!
    thanks!

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  66. I love your pinwheels in the house.

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  67. Right now, the pieced centre string quilt blocks is my favorite tutorial. But the new Summer Dreamin' one looks awesome too!

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  68. I love it, Kaye! What a great design! And it suits the vintage-y (yep...that's a word) goodness of Dream On so well.

    I think my fav of your other tutorials has to be the string blocks with the pieced centres. They're such a great way to use up all those scraps!

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  69. This is adorable! I love this line. Funny how this fabric line makes my collection of vintage sheets looks like the red-neck cousin! Your graph paper design book is my favorite today! Makes me want to whip one up right now so I don't have papers everywhere!

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  70. I love both of the quilts that you did for the bake shop. Thanks for sharing those with us. Fun blog. Thanks for giveaway.

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  71. I love the look of this! Since I collect charm packs instead of layer cakes, I'm going to try this as a wall hanging or table topper. This quilt is great! Next time I do a little shopping, I'll be picking up a couple of layer cakes to make a bigger version! Thanks for the chance! OH! I also really love your first MBS tutorial. That's also on my list of "need to make"!

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  72. I have joined your follower group. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  73. How do you do it?!! Everything that you create is something that I like and want to make too!! I love Summer Dreamin' - it is so pretty.
    My favorite tutorial is the Geesey-McNinePatch Tutorial - this is another pretty design. Thanks for sharing.

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  74. I am a follower of your blog - it has been inspiring - thanks for sharing, you are awesome!!

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  75. Summer Dreamin' is beautiful and Dream on works perfectly!
    Pinwheels in the House is my favorite pattern of yours!

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  76. Lovely and fresh, though it makes me long for summer on a rainy grey day! The geese 9 patch is v nice, closely followed by not your trad. log cabin!

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  77. Wow girl! You have been busy! With school too....go you! I love the quilt and Dream on has been on my wishlist for awhile :-D

    I'm enjoying the "baking" you've been doing. Looking forward to more tasty treats in the future!

    hugs!
    Christine

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  78. I've made a quilt using that design and I love that you used Dream On. I like your method of making the HSTs.

    As for your tutorials, I'm currently in love with your Geesey McNine patch. Super cute.

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  79. Summer Dreamin' is darlin'!! Love the Dream On fabric line you chose for this - it really shows off the pattern nicely. I like your Not-Your-Traditional Log Cabin pillow -it's definitely on my list to try. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  80. And I am a Miss Print follower!

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  81. I love this quilt! So pretty and fresh. This is my favorite tute that you have done.

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  82. I read your blog all the time but now I'm an "official" follower.=)

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  83. Oh my! As soon as I saw Summer Dreamin' it made me wish I hadn't just cut all my vintage sheets for a different quilt! I also love your Pinwheels in the House quilt.

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  84. Kaye, I love the new quilt! It is so pretty . . . I am a huge fan of vintage sheets, so all of those colors are right up my alley . . . my favorite of your quilts is Pinwheels in the House, but I love your pieced centre string wuilt blocks too! Congrats on your new Moda Bake Shop feature!

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  85. And, of course, I am a follower ;)

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  86. Love the colors in this quilt. I've had my eye on this type of block . . . I'll have to check out your technique!

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  87. I love the hidden pinwheels! Great design! And I like your string block tute!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  88. and I follow :)
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  89. congratulations on another moda bakeshop! i love how you so evenly disperesed the colors in the quilt! i like your strings tutoria.

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  90. Lovely, fresh take on a traditional pattern. Feels like spring! Good clear instructions on the multi-HST method, too (another oldie but goodie!).

    I'm partial to the string-pieced coasters, too.

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  91. Yes, I'm a follower!
    (Ooops, typo: that originally landed on the screen as "I'm a flower"...)

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  92. I am already a faithful follower- I love seeing what you are up to!

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  93. Previously I had been a big fan of Pinwheels in the Cabin from MBS but I think Summer Dreamin is my new favorite.. .but then again, I have enjoyed your pillows too:)

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  94. This is a great, happy quilt! Love your choice of fabrics and graphic block. Thanks for sharing!

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  95. Love the quilt! I think my favorite tutorial is the string quilt tutorial!

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  96. And yes, I am a follower as well (as of a few days ago... love the blog!).

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  97. Hi, Miss Print - I'm a new follower! I just found you because of the cute MBS project.

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  98. I must go back and read more of the tutorials - the pieced centre string quilting looks like a lot of fun!

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  99. I love Summer Dreamin' and I love the Dream On fabric. I actually just ordered some to make a quilt for my little girl!

    I love your pieced centre string blocks!

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  100. The Summer Dreamin' quilt it so cute, and perfect with the Dream On line or a nice set of vintage sheets! I also loved your recent. Not-Your-Traditional-Log-Cabin Pillow Pattern.

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  101. And I am a follower - thanks for the giveaway!

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  102. this fabric collection is one of my favorites due to to vintage vibes (:

    i am really excited about your pillow tutorial... fun new way to look at the log cabin block + pillow-making fun = awesomeness!

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  103. I love the Summer Dreamin quilt. I liked the Not Your Traditional Log Cabin Pillow Tutorial.

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  104. Wonderful to see those OLD traditional block designs becoming new again! -- I am sort of hooked on your Graph Paper design book, although I have not yet found time to create it, I have tried your Tea Biscuit Recipe...

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  105. I have also marked your blog to start following. I've just recently started following any of the blogs. It's amazing how much information is out there!

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  106. Well, technically, I was a follower via RSS feed but now I also am a FOLLOWER

    PS, i am a vintage fabrics addict, especially those early 1960's, though I seem to have many more mid 1970's uglies...

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  107. Hey Kaye, I love Summer Dreamin! I know I'll be complaining of the heat in a few months, but right now, a cuddly bright quilt is a lovely pick-me-up!

    BTW, I love your tutorial for the center pieced string blocks--I'm keeping it in mind for my 3 bags of strings!

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  108. And I'm a long-time follower!

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  109. I love this Dreaming On, my Grand Daughter would love it too if her Mimi would make it form her!

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  110. I don't want to sound cliche but this one. It's so beautiful there are so many facets each time i look at it i'm seeing something else.

    Pure Genius.

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  111. I also follow...don't want to miss anymore!

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  112. I'm a follower of your lovely blog. Thanks for this fab giveaway!

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  113. This is gorgeous, hun! So pretty!

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  114. I LOVE this quilt pattern! I have a FQ Bundle of Dream on and this just might be what I make with that! Thanks so much for sharing it with us all at MBS.
    Of your tutorials - besides this Summer Dreamin', I would say the Not-Your-Traditional-Log-Cabin Pillow Pattern.

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  115. I am a follower of your blog.

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  116. This pattern was just added to my to-do list! It's my favorite of yours so far!

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  117. I love that SD is like 2 designs in one: pinwheels and diamonds :). You have such great designs all around. I've always liked the combo log cabin and pinwheels MBS project.

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  118. follower on google reader
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  119. I just downloaded this pattern over at ModaBakeShop. I think it's cheerful too. Thanks for doing the giveaway.

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  120. I just started following the blog.

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  121. I LOVE this quilt! It's so cute. I downloaded the pattern off Moda Bake Shop so I can try this one someday! Your grandparents will be tickled pink, I am sure.

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  122. Kaye, this is an awesome pattern! You're a really fabulous chef!

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  123. With the possibility of snow in our weather forecast, the beautiful colors in your fabrics reminded me that spring isn't that far away. Thanks for brightening my day :)

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  124. Yes, a new follower.

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  125. Your summer dreamin' quilt is lovely! My favoirte is the Pinwheels in the house quilt.

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  126. HAPPILY FOLLOWING YOU!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  127. KAYE,LOVE 'SUMMER DREAMIN'! I KNEW I WANTED TO MAKE THAT BLOCK THE FIRST TIME I SAW IT!(MIGHT USE 'DREAM ON' TOO-IT'S SO PRETTY.) ALSO I REALLY LIKE THE MODERN-N-Y-T-LOG CABIN PATTERN! THANK YOU FOR SHARING YOUR INSPIRATION+THIS SWEET GIVEAWAY!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  128. This quilt look fun!
    I think i really like Winter in the Woods. Its clean and simple, and the hexagons are great.

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  129. I love this quilt - one of those deceptive little quilts that looks harder than it is! And I'd have to say it's my current favorite out of your designs....

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  130. And I'm a follower - hoping that you'll be sending that Dream On my way!!

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  131. This is lovely. I love that there is some colors in here and it gives the "old" idea a new twist. Keep baking missy love to see what you come up with.

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  132. Love the fresh colours in the quilt!
    I would really ike to make one of your Not-Your-Traditional-Log-Cabin Pillows too.

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  133. I love these traditional blocks that look more complicated than they are! You are so clever to figure out how to use a LC! I just made a Dream On quilt for my daughter, this will be perfect for a cushion!!

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  134. Great quilt. I have some Dream On that I have been wanting to do a project with. This might be it!

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  135. I follow! I only started quilting last summer, and yours was one of the first blogs I found. I'm always checking in to see what you have whipped up. Plus, I always really like your post "titles." :-)

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  136. OH I think this is my new favorite! Although I do like the other pinwheel quilt you did for Moda Bake shop too.

    SheilaC

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  137. Also, I came by today not only to see if you had a new post up, but because I wanted to find your tutorial for the pieced centre string block coasters (LOVE THEM - can't make enough of them, and therefore probably my favorite--so far). I'm going to the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Show on Saturday with my mom, and I just said to her, "I hope I find something that inspires me, because I really need to find a pattern that's perfect for my friend's birthday present." How cool is it that when I opened your blog, the Summer Dreamin' immediately screamed my friend's name?? SO COOL - love how you did the blocks, and can't wait to try.
    Thanks, Miss Print!

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  138. Beautiful summer quilt and right now it just makes me feel happy. I think it is my favorite but I love all of your work.
    davidson.sandra0@gmail.com

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  139. I have been a follower for a long time. I was happy to find a Canadian blogger and also from Toronto. I live in Stratford now but lived in TO for many years.

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  140. Summer Dreamin' is gorgeous! It is the perfect showcase for the beautiful Urban Chicks fabric, but would also work for vintage reclaimed linens or any bright, happy prints.
    My other fave is your Geesey-McNinePatch Tutorial - just love everything about it!
    heidig@gmail.com

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  141. I am a Miss Print blog follower :)
    heidig@gmail.com

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  142. Love the new pattern, Kaye! I've been meaning to try your string quilt block!

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  143. Beautiful! I like your string block coasters :) mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  144. Follow you! mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  145. LOVE this quilt! I think I posted that already on Moda, but it never hurts to say it again!! I love your pinwheels in the house quilt too! I became a "follower" of your blog after your block on the Block-A-Palooza!
    Thank you for sharing all your creativity!!
    Blessings!!

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  146. Are you really gonna make me pick a favorite? Really? I can't! I love your work! Pinwheels are high on my list of faves, tho, so I guess the Pinwheels in the House. But I also love string quilts, and I can't wait to make one myself! Oh, and your Summer Dreams quilt is darling! I can see me trying to make that one, too!

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  147. Your latest here is my favorite. What a fun quilt!

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  148. I love the quilt...the colors are beautiful! The blocks outside of the pinwheels remind me of pacman....showing my age...love it! One of my favorite tutorials is the Centre String Quilt Block...and coaster. Thanks for the giveaway!
    jpdavis07@gmail.com

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  149. I absolutely love your Summer Dreamin'!! When I first saw it on the Modabakeshop this morning, I knew that I was going to have to make this. I love it!! It's hard to say which of your tutorials is my favorite, I'm torn between Not-Your-Traditional-Log-Cabin-Pillow and the Pinwheels in the House. Everything is beautiful!

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  150. Hi Kaye! I am a follower of your blog!! Enjoy your evening!

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  151. Think both the fabric and the quilt are beautiful! Very innovative. I like the Centre String Quilt tutorial a lot. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

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  152. follow your blog joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

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  153. This is the best design I've seen using Dream On - the all white pinwheels are wonderful. Of your other patterns, the Not-Your Traditional Log Cabin Pillow pattern caught my eye when saw it on sewmamasew. Of course, the HR fabrics used have a lot to do with the design. Thanks for the giveaway. I just happened to visit your blog today and here it was!

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  154. Summer Dreamin' is beautiful! I am sure your grandparents will love it!
    My favorite tutorial is the pieced center string block (the next quilt I want to make is a string quilt).♥

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  155. Summer Dreamin' is my very favorite. I want to make this one soon.

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  156. I love Dream On, and have been wanting to make something with this fabric for awhile now. I love your Pinwheels in the House pattern.

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