Sunday, March 2, 2008

Hawaiian Rainbow Basket Giveaway


Hawaiian Rainbow Baskets, 55" X 65", copyright Lisa Boyer 2004



It's Monday! Happy Monday, everybody. Gosh...I've had the strangest feeling all day that I was supposed to post something special today, but I can't for the life of me remember what it was! Do you remember? Hmmm...could it have something to do with my Hawaiian Rainbow Basket quilt? And some colorful half-yards of fabric of some sort...hmmmm????


Oh yeah! A giveaway! Here's a picture (below) of what could be coming to your mailbox soon! Just leave a comment on this post and I'll use a random number generator to select a winner this Saturday evening, 9pm Hawaiian time. Sorry, I don't know what time/day that is in your area. I know Kauai is one of the last places on earth to say goodbye to the day, but you'll have to wait for my Saturday evening at 9pm. Only one comment per person, please.


You could win one of my Hawaiian Rainbow Basket patterns, plus these four half-yards of red and aqua fabric to get you started. While you're composing your clever comment in your head, I'll show you my Hawaiian Rainbow basket quilts. The picture at the top is the dreaded flat splayed "museum" shot--ugh. I know it's necessary to be able to see the entire quilt, but I find those flat shots so cold and lifeless. Sort of like a living animal that's been killed and flayed and the skin spread out on the wall. Quilts need to be found roaming in the wild in their natural habitats, like this one:




Shhhh...we probably should't disturb this one...I think it's sleeping. Aww...aren't they cute when they're sleeping?? If we're very quiet, we can get close enough to see a couple of my favorite baskets:


This bright orange floral above was once a thrifted skirt.

And look at this black exotic beauty with the flaming orange hibiscus! I love it when the flowers come out perfect like that.



Wow!! Look! It's rolling over on its back!

This is one craaaaaazy quilt back, isn't it? I used up all the scraps and extra baskets from the front. The little wall quilty thing in the center was made from all the squares I cut to make a border, but ended up using a plain border instead. I know you'll find it hard to believe, but I actually rejected something for being too busy. I know...doesn't sound like me, does it? The turquoise gecko fabric makes up the hanging sleeves, top and bottom.


If this quilt looks slightly familiar, it's because you saw its sister on Valentine's Day:

Hawaiian Rainbow Baskets, Red and White Version, 55" X 65", copyright Lisa Boyer 2005


This is my red and white version of my Hawaiian Rainbow Basket pattern. I've always loved basket patterns, but I could never find one exactly the shape I wanted. Traditional basket patterns were either too willowy or chunky--so I designed my own. I really like the proportions of my baskets! I think these are 8" blocks, but I'm too lazy to get up and go measure. If you really want to know, just leave me a question in the comments and I'll go dig out my tape measure. Anything for a friend, no matter how sick I'm still feeling...really...cough cough...it's no problem at all.

Leave me a comment and good luck to you! Update 3/3/08: The giveaway is for the Hawaiian Rainbow Basket quilt pattern and two yards of fabric shown, not the quilt itself. Sorry if that was confusing!

123 comments:

Fran said...

Oh!!!! I'm first! Love the happiness in all of your quilts and the wonderful Hawaiian fabrics you use. Even your Valentine one has a big, bold border!
hugz,

hetty said...

I love your blog - just discovered it! A give-away you say? Count me in! Thanks. I love that basket quilt pattern! And the Hawaiian fabric is gorgeous! The colours - Oh my!

sarahau said...

Wow, Ive just clicked on over via another blog! Loving your blog! I love the peopel you can find doing this! Loving your basket quilt!

The Calico Cat said...

I love how that quilt glows....

Sharon said...

What a fabulous quilt! I don't think you need to worry about us understanding you, all creative people speak a common language. Ooo and aah and wow seem to be universal. Thanks for a great blog, you brighten my day!

sbonetsue said...

Basket quilts are my favorite, please pick me! I love your blog, it always makes me smile and inspires me to be a little more creative. Thanks so much for taking time to share with all of us.

Joan said...

Lisa, the fabric is stunning! The quilt is stunning! It's all good! Count me in, please!!!

Andrea said...

I'm not too good at clever comments so will go for the sympathy thing. I would love this prize to add some colour into my little cold, dark corner of Wales. Did it work ? lol .. Thought not -actually the sun is out and it is a beautiful day but cold. Lovely quilts - can't decide which one I like best.

jlk said...

Oooh, I love it! Pick me, please!

Laurie said...

I love your Hawaiian fabric. I've made 3 quilts using those fabrics but just cut into squares for a friend of mine whose children are 1/4 Hawaiian. There's a picture on my blog. The baskets are so fabulous.

Nancy said...

Oh, Oh Amanda over at Busy Little Quilter just linked to your blog and it seems I have found you just in the nick of time....LOVE LOVE LOVE the basket quilt. A ray of sunshine on this horrible gray, rainy day (turning to ice and then 6-8 in of snow tomorrow) in Missouri.

Anonymous said...

Love your basket quilts and your blog! It's always wonderful to see photos from "home", too.
Pauline
lvtoqlt@roadrunner.com

Elaine Adair said...

Me, me, me, meeeee! Hope I'm the lucky winner.

Love your site - and REALLY love seeing sun, warm, water, green things.

That RED basket is my very favorite! But, hey, I'll settle for winning your original offer.

Pieceful Jane said...

I am shamelessly drooling over your basket quilts and the gorgeous fabrics. I have some beautiful Hawaiian prints that would love to have a few new friends join them in a bright basket quilt.

Bridget said...

I have only been subscribed for a week or so and look forward to your posts here in Corona, CA. The basket quilt is phenomenal! I have a few Hawaiian fabrics and you have inspired me to get more! :)

Shar said...

i did just find the site this morning and what a wonderful idea.
Hope I win. The fabrics will warm this gal from cold Minnesota.

Su Bee said...

Ooo-ooo!! Pick me, pick me! And if I don't win the prize, could you just bottle up a bit of that wonderful warm air and send that along?

Vera said...

Beautiful quilt and fabric. Hope I can win. Good luck to everyone.

Colene said...

I am new to your blog, and excited to get here in time for a drawing.

qusic said...

certainly, after luring me to your comment box with red and aqua fabrics I can't help, but have to leave a comment on these two gorgeous quilts. I don't mind to sew another basket quilt, so mine where I am on the applique part will have a sibling.
So count me in and I have my fingers crossed for this random operator thingie. Hope the leftovers of your flu will escape soon.
Live long and prosper

lulub said...

That quilt is gorgeous. I am a new quilter and love the Hawaiian fabric and those fab colors. Thanks for the inspiration. Love that quilt!

~D Spack~ said...

Creative Post! Love the two basket quilts. I looks like you live in a beautiful place. I've never been to Hawaii, but would love to...maybe someday. Thanks for the giveaway chance.
~D Spack~

Mary Anne said...

SUCH a bright happy quilt pattern and fabrics!.... does the little fella get much bigger? or is he full grown? If he comes to Pa will he need a little coat and some mittens since he would be leaving his natural habitat?

.....anyway.... your quilt is GORGEOUS ! and I LOVE the back of it too! ....and, hope you're feeling well enough to haul yourself up and GO MEASURE THOSE BLOCKS !!! (just kidding ... feel free to stay parked in front of your computer!)

MJinMichigan said...

I just found your blog and am really enjoying it. This is the first time I've entered for a chance to win a give away and can't believe you are willing to give up such a beautiful quilt. I'll keep my fingers crossed.

Karin said...

Very, very nice!! Please throw my name into the hat. Thanks.

Rhonda said...

Oooohhhh!!! What a happy quilt! I love it! I found your blog just last night, bookmarked it, and came back this morning to read some more. Your blog will be my daily read now! ;-)
Anyway, I saw you on Simply Quilts and magazines too.... and love your sense of humor.
Rhonda

Cath said...

*giggling* that Mary Anne is certainly one of us, isn't she? I confess, I too love seeing quilts in their natural habitat. This quilt, it just SINGS with happiness! You have outdone yourself, Lisa; what a gorgeously bright piece of happiness you've given to the world! Thank you for your comments on my scrapbunny, btw! Made me smile BIGTIME!

Cath

QuilterSal said...

I love that gecko fabric on the back...I had some that I used for a baby quilt once. Thanks for the great blog entry...so glad you are feeling a bit better - at least better enough to begin posting again. Hope you pick me!

Samantha said...

The basket quilt is great. I especially love the red and white one!

auntiedart said...

Pick me! Pick me! Seriously, though, it's a gorgeous quilt!

gloria g. said...

Oh my!!!!! I love those baskets!!!! Yes, please add me to the drawing. I also love the red and white version. That's a must do! Thanks for sharing the pictures!

Suzy Quilter said...

Gorgeous quilt! When I look at it it reminds me of when we visited the islands in 2004. It was sooo beautiful there! Maui was my favorite island with Kauai a close second. I love the fabrics! Quilty hugs! :o)

Debbie said...

Lisa - I love your blog and your terrific sense of humor ... I sit at my desk (at work ... shhh ... don't tell) and giggle to myself!

Deb

Andrea said...

I love your blog and sense of humor. Keep it coming. And thanks for such a great giveaway!

Kristin said...

Gorgeous. Super. Tremendous! I love both versions. I have a basket of hawaiian fabrics that I got when I was in Maui in 2003 that have been seasoning to perfection on my shelf, obviously waiting for you to design this quilt!

sewstylish said...

Wow is that just stunning. Also I love the humor in your post too very much needed on Monday's. I can't wait to see what your next project will be.

Under The Lychee Tree said...

I wish the drawing was for the Hawaiian Rainbow quilt. It looks so great on the blog. Guess we'll just have to make our own!

upstateLisa said...

hope you will be sending some Hawaiian sunshine my way :-). Love the fabrics in your version!!!!

are you feeling better?

jan in nagasaki said...

when I went to bed last night, (my monday evening) your monday morning post had just come up and there was one lone comment. Now I am up tuesday morning and there are 37 comments already!!!!! while I sleep, america gets up and gets busy!!!!

love love love that quilt.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

It's so pretty and fun, Lisa! Oh, yes you're right... they're the cutest when they're sleeping!

Church Hopper said...

Pick me! Pick me! I once was almost kicked off a plane because I was laughing too hard reading Dorky Homemade Look!

Amanda said...

I love basket quilts,too!

Please enter me in the drawing.

Thanks!

Amanda

Katie said...

I just found your blog and I love it! Bookmarking it for sure.

Nancy said...

Very bright and exciting! It looks like it would be really hard to make!

Anonymous said...

Lisa,

I would love to win the beautiful prize of the basket quilt! The fabric is gorgeous. Thanks for giving me a tour of your island via your blog! Joan

CONNIE W said...

Please add me to the drawing for the gorgeous fabrics & your pattern.
Connie W

mlibby4709 said...

Lisa, I absolutely love your Hawaiian basket quilt. The colors are amazing, and make me wish I was back visiting in Hawaii! I love the red one, too, but the colorful one is my definite favorite.
Mardeen in Colorado (where we won't see colors till at least JUNE!)
used my aol name(cuz I don't have a blog yet :)

hunnybunny said...

I can not believe the amount of wondeful FO's you have around the house. Well I can I'm just jealous. : )

Salem Stitcher said...

I'm with you on the "museum" photos. I had some done and they were so sad. My quilts looked like a taxidermist had gotten a hold of them. Quilts are much happier in the wild. (Hear "Born Free" in the background...

Muriel said...

It is beautiful, like a great big piece of sunshine and sea.

cinnamongirl93 said...

The quilt is very happy! I always try to use what ever is left from the front for the pieced back. It's like a two for one! Plus you are using up all of your fabric. Then no feelings of guilt when purchase some more cool fabric. How great is that?! Congrads on all the blog traffic! 50 comments so far! Cool! Way to go!

*Angie said...

Lisa, Your Hawaiian basket quilts are gorgeous! I just started a blog, and happened upon yours. I remember you from when we belonged to the Petaluma guild, and your son's quilts, and the yellow lab puppies you brought to show n' tell one night. Just a brief trip down memory lane. Loving your blog!

Tine said...

Love your quilts. And you are so brave! I would never dare pick the bright fabrics you do, but they look fantastic!
You are an inspiration!!!

SandyQuilts said...

I've never made a basket quilt .. hmmm it would be a perfect summer project.

Silverthimble said...

I just discovered your blog. I read your post on the day after this post and found out about your giveaway--please include my name in your draw. I love the 1/3, 2/3's rule you described. Great food for thought. Scrappy quilts are my favorite and thanks to this rule, I will be looking at the construction of my quilts a little differently now.

Sherry said...

Your blog has given this Jersey Girl the "shot" of green & Spring that was needed on a day when I'm home sick. Plus there's a give-a-way??!!! Whooo Hooo it's gonna be a great day!

Jacquie said...

I have to comment just because these quilts are so beautiful. And the fabric...oooooh!

Maria said...

Looks like fun! Thanks for the scrap quilt lesson from today. I love your scrap quilts!

Catherine said...

I love your Hawaiian basket quilt. The colours are so rich. Wonderful!!
Please enter me in your draw!

A Slice of Life said...

I'm fairly new to your site, I followed someone's(?) link over here. I love your style...both quilting and writing!

I've never made a quilt before, but somehow you make me feel like I can!

Jeanne said...

I love both of the basket quilts! Please add my name to the pattern and fabric drawing.

Michelle said...

I love your blog. I'll be going to Kauai in April - so I'm thrilled to get tips on what to see there!

Mary Beth said...

Oh, my! I LOVE baskets and the beautiful Hawaiian fabrics. I have never worked with Hawaiian fabrics but what a great excuse to start!!
Mary Beth

tina said...

My Hawaiian fab stash is woefully low and havint now lusted after your fabbo quilt, I am going to have to call one local girl and send her out! That will make it all mo' bettah.

DARLING quilt.......... I must make one!!!

Stacy A. said...

Lisa, I cant tell you how much reading about your adventures brightens my day. When I first saw the basket quilt, I thought is was ice cream dishes. Now I like to look at them in both ways, they each bring a little bit different feel. Your openness to quilting how it works for you, not by any strict guide lines is so inspiring. I kind of face life like that and it makes me feel that with some work I could create my own bits of beauty.

Pat said...

I love reading your blog...very funny...very real. Please enter me in your give-away. Thanks.

Jodi said...

Just found your blog. Loving it! I can't wait to visit often. And I'm learning so much! Your Scrap quilt is amazing! And all the info. I want to read and re-read it, until it all sinks in. (may not be possible with me, but oh well, I'll keep trying) LOL. I could spend hours on your blog. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talents! And Enter me in the drawing please. What a great pattern!

The Calico Quilter said...

What a gorgeous quilt! If we all lived in Hawaii we could just luck onto these wonderful bright florals. They probably grow in the trees! That orange floral from a thrifted skirt? I dare you to find any great scraps like that in Tenessee! Oh, well, maybe I can win some great Hawaiian florals!

Acornbud said...

Hope I'm not too late to enter the contest!

Cheryl said...

I Love basket patterns and your fabric selections just make that quilt sing. What and awesome job and choice of fabrics. Not too sure I could even come close...but I'd love to give it a try...with that pattern and yardage.
What a generous gal you are!!!

Vicki said...

The red and white baskets are wonderful, but the bright floral colors are wonderful!! (Can you tell I like color!) And you balance them so well, the quilt is fantastic. I've recently learned about quilter blogs, and have started one myself. Your blog is terrific! Who ever wins this pattern and fabric is a very luck person!!

Debbie said...

Love, love, love the Hawaiian print fabrics and the basket pattern is perfect. Would love to be the winner of this treasure, so I could enjoy the islands vicariously!

Denise (Nour) said...

I would LOVE to win something! Count me in! The colors are incredible - I'm going back for another look - thanks!

susan said...

lovely, as they say. i'm in :-)

Quilting Pirate said...

how incredible! lovely job on the design! I would love to win!

Morah said...

Beautiful! I found your blog through a series of links....I'm glad that I did! Fun blog. Great quilt!

dot said...

Beautiful quilt. I would love to win this pattern but looks like the chances are slim. A basket quilt is on my todo list. Yours is beautiful.

Anonymous said...

I love this quilt - not that it's baskets, and not that it's aloha fabric, but because it's both baskets and aloha fabs. Love it, love it, love it!
mdellenh2o at juno dot com
(ellen in maryland)

~k said...

Thanks for letting all of us live vicariously through you, wish we were with you during your days in Hawaii! And another giveaway...what a treat!

Shelina said...

It is such a beautiful quilt - I would love to recreate it with your beautiful fabrics and pattern.

Tracey in CT said...

Love that quilt! I just found your blog and now I'm hooked!!! Please enter me in your drawing for the pattern and the fabrics!

Howdy said...

Happy to have found you - I think this is one of the few patterns I don't have of yours... but I did collect some hawaiian prints when I was there a few years ago... so I'm ready to win!

megan said...

Count me in for the giveaway! I actually have some fabric purchased in Kauai on my honeymoon that would be perfect! I've recently found your blog and have been enjoying it.

zizzybob said...

I just love giveaways although I never win. Please put my name in the hat, or bowl or most likely the Basket.

gellybean402 said...

Hi Lisa,
I was so excited when I came across your blog! My daughter lives in Kailua and I was just there (for the first time) for a visit and fell in love with the beautiful Hawaiian fabrics! And now to have a chance to win a quilt and some fabric pieces is a dream come true:=) I cannot wait to come back to your beautiful State! it truly is Paradise! Thank you for the chance!

Irene said...

Just discovered your blog and I'd love to be included in your prize draw. The fabrics you've chosen are perfect for that quilt! Thanks for taking us along on your outing - sure makes me jealous as I look out at another foot of snow that fell last night and this morning.

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Oh I love this quilt. I'd love the pattern if your not giving away the quilt, then the pattern is a great 2nd.

Mar said...

I give, I'm about to sprout a third eye tryin to come up with something clever, Murphy's law tells me that I need to post and then something will come to me! Lovin the baskets!

lilsis said...

Boy am I hoping the random number generator likes me!! I am so glad my friend pointed me in the direction of your blog. I've been catching up on all of your posts, and giggling the whole way!

Lynne in Hawaii said...

The basket quilts are beautiful. Yep, you have have indeed captured the Hawaiian Rainbows in that Hawaiian Basket quilt. Love the rainbows here. I'm on Oahu. Makes you kind of feel bad for all the bloggers in cold country to be living here. Just kind of*VBG*.

Made By Claire said...

I have just recently found your blog. The quilts you make are amazing. I just love the bold and bright Hawaiian fabrics. I love how you comment on the wild hens, in Bahrain they have cats (I have spent time there and will be going back there soon). I hope that you feel better soon.

Sharon said...

Thanks for the hints on scrap quilting - it's so nice to be reminded of stuff I've heard but have forgotten over the years. Love your blog!!!!

Vicky said...

Baskets are my all-time favorite block!! Seriously! I'm really not just saying that and groveling and whining so you'll pick me! I was already drooling over your red basket quilt, but the other one is luscious! Thanks for a fun give-away!

Lynette Anderson said...

Fantastically fabulous baskets, I cant decide if I like the Hawaiian one or the red one best, they are both delicious and so different.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

What a great give away. I love your two basket quilts. There wonderful. I would love to win your pattern so I could make my own since your not giving yours away. LOL!!!

Mia said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! I would love to have that pattern. Your blog is so much fun!

Kat said...

I love those quilts! I haven't made any basket quilts yet. I know I won't be the lucky winner, but what a great pattern, and wonderful quilts!

I have a weakness for reds, too. :-)

anne from finland said...

Hi Lisa, Your Hawaiian Flower Basket Quilt is just lovely! I like those colours! Because orchids are one of my hobbies, I love gorgeus colourful flowers.

Melinda said...

Saturday is my anniversary. :) I don't mind if I win or not, but I would like to take a moment and just say, I think you are a wonderful quilter, and I have loved reading your books. Thank you for making quilting fun.

Hugs,
Melinda

Anna said...

What beautiful bright fabrics for a yucky, rainy, gloomy day here in South Texas. Count me in along with the other 99 people for the drawing! Yeah I am number 100, I think. I love reading your blog and catching up with life on the island.

Anna

Abi said...

I have decided that if I won the lottery (which I am pretty sure is impossible because I don't play) I would set aside a few hundred thousand pounds and buy you a really nice house in England. About a block and a half from me. You wouldn't have to live in it, you could just visit a couple of times a year (or every week?)amd make me laugh. Maybe even make quilts with me. I think it would be great, others might call it kidnapping. What do they know? Thank you so much for keeping me entertained! I hope I don't sound too insane!

Anonymous said...

A give away? I can hardly stand it-I'm so excited. I have a big question. Were you born in Hawaii, or did you just land there?
Stacey from Minnesota ( Yes, it is about 12 degrees here and will be a high of 4 tomorrow) Ugh

Di's Quilting and Craft Blog said...

Just added you to my favourites! Love the colourful hawaiian fabric, it conjures up all sorts of romantic dreams about holidaying in Hawaii and looks brilliant in the basket quilt

Dawn said...

Wow, what an awesome hawaiian basket quilt! I just love those Hawaiian fabrics. I bought so many when I was in Kauaii years and years and years ago! I'm starting to wonder if I will ever make it back!

atet said...

Those colors are amazing! I just discovered your blog -- but I must say both of your books have had me laughing out loud more than once :0).

ikkinlala said...

What a gorgeous pattern (or at least the quilts you made from it are)!

floribunda said...

only 106 comments ahead of me -- of course I can still win! I definitely need something with an Island feel to remind me of our Kauai vacations...

audrey said...

Love the basket quilt and hope to make one soon with my hordes of hawaiian fabrics.
Thanks for the great blog!

Anonymous said...

oh what fun...if I can't be in Hawaii, and I win, I will just roll all over the fabric and pretend I am in paradise!!!! I am new to blogging, but not new to your delightful designs. I am keeping my fingers and toes crossed til I find out who wins !!!! Annie in San Diego

miniaturequilter said...

Please enter me in your drawing too! I love the backing on your quilt, especially the geckos!!!

CalicoDaisy said...

Wow! That's not a dorky quilt - it's so lush! So glad I saw the link to your site. It's nice to visit a Hawaiian blog. -- Michele

http://calicodaisy.blogspot.com/

Ginger Patches said...

I just found your blog loved your scrap quilt tutorial! I don't know what "Hawaiian Time" is (I'm embarrassed to say) but hopefully I'm in time for the give away :)

Anonymous said...

I would love to win the Basket Quilt! We have a blizzard warning today so it's refreshing to see something colorful and gorgeous. Joan

Anonymous said...

I tried to leave a comment earlier but had problems so I'll give it another shot. Love your blog! Found it by accident a couple of weeks ago and it has become part of my daily routine! I've been saving fabric for a Hula Hut quilt since I saw you on Simply Quilts. Looking forward to your next post and love the wild chickens.
Thanks.
Carol
TBri206044@aol.com

Penny said...

Hopefully I'm not too late where ou are: the fabrics are lovely.

Kellie said...

OOoh. Hope I'm not too late. I'd love to win that! So pretty! 5pm. Kentucky time is what time in Hawaii? I'm to lazy to google it, so I'll comment anyway! Cause I throw caution to the wind like that!

I've actually lurked around a few times before after seeing you on Fiona's blog. I love your quilts and am sooo wishing for a visit to Hawaii.

Thanks for sharing your lovely sunny home w/those of us stuck in the cold, snowy Shallow South. We have 'bout 6 inches of snow right now.

Anonymous said...

I just Love baskets and your pattern is so cool. Please enter me in your drawing.
Carol
llibertythreads@charter.net

Anonymous said...

Love you Hawaiian Rainbow Basket, the colors have that cheery feeling. I am sitting here in Ohio with 14in of snow tonight, your pictures of island give me hope of Spring

Anonymous said...

I am sure I missed the give-a-way, but the Hawaiian basket quilt is right up my alley. I took a Harriet's Basket quilt class and the baskets were to be made from Civil War fabric. I have tons of Civil War fabrics but thought those baskets would be darling in batiks. So, that is what I did. I just love batiks and my bright baskets! Mary

Wanda M. said...

I'm new to quilting but I can't read or see enough. That is all I want to do. I just found your blogs after looking at simply quilts on hgtv. I think I have read about everything on these pages and I'm sure I'm too late for the giveaway too but I had to comment. I love your basket quilt and I have always loved Hawaiian fabric. I just love the boldness and crispness of them. I have looked at all your quilts on here also today. I can only hope that the giveaway is not over. Thanks for all the great info.!!!!!

Wanda from KY.

Stina said...

Just found your blog...and thanks for that...I ve read some of your books...and you always make me laugh...so I definetly will come back and check you out... ;D
Love the quilt...bright and happy quilt...even if I love the red and white better!! ;D

Crumbsnatcher Couture said...

Love the quilts! I'm a scrap quilt addict, and always have problems scaling back. This would be a perfect way to use up all those scraps without scaling back too much!

Anonymous said...

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Sincerely yours