Tuesday, May 29, 2018

What are you working on???? Give Away

If there is one thing that I took away from the International Quilt Market it was I need to finish some UFO's so I can enjoy my new projects!  I have been stitching away on Winter Wonderland by Stacy West at Buttermilk Basin  It is a relaxing and adorable pattern and I am happy to say I am working on the last block!!!  And then it will be time to sew the blocks, sashing and boarder all together!  What is your high priority project that you are working on????


To commemorate how close I am to getting this top done Stacy has donated a fat quarter pack of her latest fabric line!!!  It is simply wonderful :)  If you are interested in this wonderful stack of 15 fat quarters plus a pencil/pen from Lynette Anderson please leave a comment on this blog post and we'll see who the dog dish coughs up and announce the winner next Tuesday!


Have a great week filled with stitching, sunshine and friendship!

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  2. Funny, I just finished putting the binding on a wonky basket lap quilt I'm making last night, so I need to pick something new! I guess it will be either finishing my Let it Snow hand quilting. Or finishing up her Live The Season BOM that she ran last year so I can start this year's Homestead one...or maybe?

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  3. Opps, forgot to say, please add me to the dog dish please and thank you to Stacy for donating the fabric bundle.

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  4. I working on Civil War Legacies "Uncle Franks Socks" but the beautiful weather has me in the yard more then in the sewing room. Thanks for everything Sally from Salem oregon

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    1. I would very much love to see the civil war legacies you are working on...i am a civil war enthusiast ❤️

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  5. It can be pretty hard to keep up with so many fun offerings from all the quilt designers out there but you are giving it a good effort! You pick really fun things to sew.
    I am currently working on Lil' Orphan Scrappy by Lynn Wilder. It is taking me awhile but I'm getting there.
    Thank you and Stacy for such a beautiful offering in a giveaway. Her fabric is so lovely!

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  6. I have a baby quilt ready to quilt. I'm trying to decide if I should use it as a practice piece for custom quilting or just quilt an edge to edge and get 'er done! The baby was born a week ago. Next up is recovering patio chair cushions. I'm only a little behind! I'd love a chance to win Stacy's fabric bundle. Thanks for the fun tours of Quilt Market and the great giveaways. ;)

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  7. I would love to win the fat quarters by Stacy West!! Woohoo!!

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  8. Hi. I have many UFOS that I need to complete. SLOWLY working on the quilt along WITH Lori and Humble quilts and am also doing the commemorative quilt along for Cheri Payne.

    Please enter me to the dog dish too.

    Thank you Anna And G.

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  9. I just finished a quilt for my son and my next project is for me! I thought I was the only person that couldn't take apart fat quarter bundles. I would love Stacy's fabric.

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  10. Stacy’s line of fabric is beautiful!

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  11. I’m working on a Pat Sloan hanging similar to yours for my sewing room, just doing the wool appliqué right now and loving it. Thanks Anna for all your inspiring posts and videos.

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  12. Oh what wonderful fabrics!! I can see them in a project from her new book.

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  13. I am quilting my latest on my Gammill. Always a pile of ufos.loved the videos of market. Put me in the dog dish too.

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  14. Add me please. Just catching up on YouTube and saw this. I'm trying to teach myself about working with wool so we'll see what happens.

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  15. I am interested in the giveaway..

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  16. Oh Gosh! I am always amazed at how prolific you are when it comes to getting projects completed!! Seems like you always have a fun show & tell! I am busy working in the flowerbeds this month and feeling a little pulled around between the woodshop and the sewing room! I wish I could just sprinkle some Miracle Grow on my projects and watch them blossom!

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    2. I love your comment about sprinkling Miracle Grow on your projects to watch them blossom! You should do an embroidery of that!

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  17. I'm obsessed with your Oregon quilting life! Reading and watching all you do takes me away - like a good book.
    I care for my 88 yr old mom and old 13 yr old dog. I am in need of a win! Something new and exciting to brighten up my face.
    I am currently trying to finish a mothers day quilt for mt mom. Top is complete, just need to finish back and quilt! Thanks Anna & Enzo!

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  18. Beautiful fabric. Count me in for the dog bowl. I’m hand quilting a Grandmother’s Flower Garden and having a great time doing it.

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  19. great fabric bundles , would love to win it

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  20. Beautiful fabrics. Love Stacy’s designs.

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  21. Would absolutely love to win the prize. The book looks amazing! Looks fun for EPP. Looking to add embroidery and other embellishment to my quilting.

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  22. Those fabrics are gorgeous. Would love to win them.

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  23. This weekend, I was going through my UFO's and trying to organize them. I would gladly accept something new to add to my collection. Would love to dive into this world.

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  24. Love the fabrics and would enjoy the opportunity of adding them to my stash!

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  25. Currently I'm working at quilting and binding 6 quilts for our local church camp auction over Labor Day weekend. They range in size from wall hanging through queen size! Not sure I can do it, but I'd love the challenge of thinking of a new project for next year's auction using that wonderful bundle of fabric! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  26. I LOVE stacy designs! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  27. I would love to win this beautiful fabric! Thank you so much for the opportunity!

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  28. Hi Anna, Just love you to death, You are a sweetheart! I would love to win Stacy's book or anything for that matter. Have made a few and they are the greatest! They are are so generous! Thanks, Mary

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  29. I have followed you for a long time on YouTube but never knew a out this blog until you just mentioned it. I have a lot of reading to do here! P!ease enter me in the giveaway! Thanks!

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  30. Great giveaway. Please enter my name.
    I'm working on a quilt, for a friend, using bee fabrics and should be done this week. Then it's back to UFOs. Have 4 projects 'almost done' so that will be my goal for June. Patty McDonald

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  31. Loving the fabrics. I'm working on a quilt I have designed myself. A little bit of piecing a lot of applique. So jealous of you. what an opportunity to get up close and personal with so many creative people.

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  32. I love all your projects! You inspire me!

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  33. I sew enjoy watching your videos. You are so talented!! I would love to win the packet of fat quarters. What a great give-away. Lynette Anderson is another favorite of mine! Thank you!

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  34. Hi Anna, love everything you and G do, I’m finishing up some baby quilts for my daughter’s friends. Would love to be entered
    in the drawing. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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  35. Hi Anna! I enjoy your blog and videos so much. You are so open and approach life so positively that people just want to be your friend, including me. I’ve been busy binding a big quilt that I will give to my nephew this weekend at his wedding in California. We’ll be traveling there so I’m going to prep a couple more wool projects to take with me. Stacy is so generous to give your readers a chance at winning her new fabric line. Count me in, please!

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  36. I don’t miss one of your blogs or videos. The projects you make appeal to me so much. I would like to make everyone of them. Currently I am working on Edyta Sita, Laundry Basket Quilts, butterfly quilt. I am very pleased with how it is turning out. I am headed to Sisters in July. I have only been there one other time a number of years ago. Would love t have the fat quarter giveaway. Buttermilk Basin is an unbelievable company. Her head must be in overdrive all the time. I was luck enough to take a class from her a couple of years ago. What fun!!!!

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  37. Loved your videos from market. I want everything! I long to be able to travel and visit quilt stores and shows. For now I will sit back and watch with you. Love this fabric, please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks

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  38. What am I working on...Forest Floor BOM, love the fabric. New to Woolie projects. There isn’t any one of your drawings I wouldn’t love to win. Please put me in the drawing. Love traveling along with you and G.

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  39. Please add my name to the dog dish! It's been too long since I purchased fabric -love your travel tales!

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  40. I am finishing up the farmhouse threads BOW that started in February. Appliqués all 12 blocks, working on top now. Love working with wool, thank you for all your tutorials. Rose C

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  41. Thanks for the give-away and great videos from quilt market.

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  42. Forgot to say, please add me to the dog dish giveaway, thanks

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  43. Would love to win the 15 stack fat quarters. I am working on bringing home the tree from buttermilk basin not getting any where fast.

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  44. Tell Enzo there is a treat if his dog dish gives up my name.


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  45. Just finished binding a BOM from 2012. Yeah me! You got me started on keeping track of my UFO's on the white board in my studio. I've made great progress on the pile. Thanks for your inspiration.

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  46. Working on a Kim Diehl block of the month! One day at a time!!

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  47. Working on a project from a class with Deborah Gale Tirico, wool of course. :)

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  49. I am working on string quilts - trying to use up my "string" stash. 😏

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  50. I'm working on a great quilt for my grandson's high school graduation gift. Would love to receive Stacy's beautiful fat quarters!

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  51. I want to thank you for doing a video very lengthy 3 days worth of the quilt show for people who could not get there. You also spoke to the owners and said the name of the shops and what they had.Thx.

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  52. Working on my bee themed wall hanging to enter into the Maine Quilt Show in July. Want it done! Nice giveaway and so kind of Stacy.

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  53. I just finished a quilt top. Not brave enough to quilt it myself. Need to find a local quilter to do that for me. Finished up a cross stitch also, and working on a new one as a gift. Very overwelming to think about UFOs! Like the project you have been sharing.

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  54. Im working on things for my grandkids. Purses, bags for super heros, and panel quilts. I'd love to be added to the dog dish. I didn't do to much damage to the wallet this weekend with her sale. But ooooo the wish list has grown.

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  55. The never ending UFO pile! I have recently piled them up and I am going to just pick one and work on it till the end! Off to see which one is closest to the finish line!

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  56. Love watching all of your videos. The fabric to be won looks beautiful and I so love Lynette Anderson designs. I just finished my dear Jane quilt after four years very happy about this. Thank you for your blog one o first I check every morning with my tea

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  57. I just found out you had a written blog site. You are a very busy lady. Thank you for the chance to win some beautiful fabric. I love all of you videos, I felt like I was at Spring market with you. Thank you for all you do.

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  58. I have been working on my UFOs also. My goal is to finish one per month, and I did great until this month. We were out of the country for 2 weeks and arrived home jet lagged and with colds. I will try to make it up later.

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  59. Anna would love to win goodies from International quilt market..still working on one of my blocks of the month projects. Xoxo Alexandra
    Arcadiadish@gmail.com

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  60. I was just thinking this morning that I need to finish a project (completely) before I start a new one! I wonder how long this idea will last?

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  61. I am working on Buttermilk Basin's Mini Vintage Truck thru the year -June and By thy Hands BOM June. I love your video's. I would love to win the goodies. You inspire me !!

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  62. I just finished a 3/4” throw quilt. It took a year on and off. Sue Spargo birds on parade is under way. Love the videos and thank you for the quick turn around on Sue Spargo Facebook group. Please add me to the dog bowl. (hilarious)

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    1. That’s 3/4” Hexie quilt EPP, a real stash buster.

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  63. Anna, I'd love to be entered in the drawing. I'm working on a quilt for my oldest grandson who is graduating from high school this Saturday. It's the Winding Ways pattern and he picked out all of the fabrics from my stash!!! Just quilted it today on my sisters longarm and now need to get it bound!!! Eighty-one six inch blocks....about 700 points to match. Whew!!! Thank you for sharing your sewing tips and wonderful travels!!! Happy quilting..Susan from Texas

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  64. Like following your blog. Went to your first post and read every one. Great stuff!! Your projects are so inspiring. Would like to receive the fat quarters. Waiting to read your next post!!

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  65. Love your blog, your so inspiring. Thanks, Nancy

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  66. I am working on Elizabeth Hartman's Fancy Forest and helping my Granddaughter finish a quilt she is making for her cousin. We are having a great time together!

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  67. I just finished a Christmas Quilt working thru my ufos. Love your videos and blog. Drhodes9@cox.net.

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  68. I am currently working on my first Buttermilk Basin kit (one of the vintage truck mats). I am loving it and would love the chance to win the beautiful fat quarter pack Stacy has so graciously provided. Love the colors. Thank you for sharing your love of wool.

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  69. Would love to be a part of the giveaway chance....I'm just getting into buttermilk basin designs and I just started a Christmas project of the Winter Wonderland.... love your blog and Quilt Roadies!!!

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  70. I’m working on a quilt for an anniversary present. Am thinking of including embroidered block. Love Buttermilk Basin patterns.


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  71. I'm working on a baby quilt for a friend's grandson. Little guy was born with major problems and is doing great.
    I love your blog and Quilt Roadie videos.

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  72. I am working on reorganizing my sewing room after getting a new floor and paint job. Love your snowman blocks and would love the fabrics.

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  73. I am working on a Bonnie Hunter quilt, where I exchanged blocks for a couple of years with my small quilt group. As I am approaching the finishing line with putting these 5" blocks together, the reject pile is growing. Seems I need to replace some, sigh. Thanks for the give away.

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  74. I am binding a Fat Quarter Shop 2015 BOM. I love Stacy’s patterns. What a great friend !!

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  75. Hi I am having trouble sending this as someone else seems to be using my Rose C. I am collecting all the blocks for Buttermilk Homestead so would love to win the fabric. Thanks for everything.
    Rose C

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  76. I am working on Butterflies and Blooms for my granddaughter's third birthday. The birthday is coming way too fast. The fat quarters will be welcome--always building stash, I'm fairly new at this, and I'm sure these will be inspiration for a new project. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  77. I’m working on hemming some pants for my honey!! 😂. I NEEEED a new project!!!

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  78. Love the fabric! I’d be happy to scoop up this out of the dog dish

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  79. I, too, am working on UFO's. I am determined to finish them (3) before I start new projects. I had a slight detour because I decided to make quilts for my twin grandson & granddaughter for their 17th birthday in May, but I'm back on track now. I have decided on homes for two of the three. I will be very happy when I finish them.

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  80. I love the fabric and love your videos. My favorite videos are your tutorials. Thanks for all the effort these offerings require.

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  81. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful road trips with us Anna. This fabric line looks amazing.

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  82. Thanks for sharing all your talent with us...I especially loved your market videos; even tho I was there, you showed me things I missed...and what a treat to meet and see your cute face and your handsome 'G'.

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  83. thank you,they are very nice. Tine

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  84. Always love your videos. The fabric is beautiful and I would love the chance to win. Thank you.

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  85. I really enjoy watching your travels and tutorials and have been introduced to some different designers which is always good. I am about to start on a quilt by Jo Colwill. Now have all the fabric needed so no excuse. Loving this fabric bundle and would very much like to be included in the giveaway bowl.

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  86. Wonderful giveaway thanks Anna

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  87. That fabric is gorgeous, Anna. Love to be in the running but Oz would be out of that!
    Like the quilt, I'm always fascinated by quilts with snowmen & winter wonderland as living in Queensland the closest we get is a light frost for 1 or 2 days in the middle of July. I've yet to see snow...probably just as well though I couldn't handle the cold anyway. lol

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  88. Love your project - Buttermilk Basin gets me in trouble all the time! I love her designs. Very nice of her to share a prize!!

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  89. Love your videos, I've learned so much. I hope to be able to visit Buttermilk Basin in September.

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  90. The fat quarter pack would look good at my home. Lol.
    I have so many projects that I work on. I’m going to start writing down goals each month (taking tips from previous blogs). Love your work, Anna!

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  91. IF I would like to win! Surely you jest!!! Of course I would love to win. Since I am deep into planning and executing preparations for our guild quilt show this weekend I have the binding to get on a quilt for tomorrow. I am in charge of set up Plus I am doing a bed turning presentation 5 times throughout the weekend. I am so totally immersed in quilts right now that is consuming me. Looking forward to getting some ufo’s finished as well; first on the block is 7 Letters by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Company.

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  92. Oh my goodness! I love all of those flower prints!!! And the pencil too....I'm noticing more and more novelties from fabric designs these days...it's all good to me! :-)
    Thanks so much for all your hard work videoing market! I enjoyed each and every video!!! It truly is an inspiration to tackle UFO's to make room for the new stuff!!!! Happiness!

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  93. What a great giveaway! Please count me in. Thank you

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  94. School is just about over- itching to get in the sewing room and finish up some of those UFOs!

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  95. I have just started the second of three panels of Crabapple Hills Witches of Salem quilts. I love slow stitching. Thanks so much for sharing. The fabrics look gorgeous

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  96. Hi from another Devon lady (UK!) I too would love to win your beautiful bundle of fabric. Have just discovered wool applique - suspect it may become addictive!

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  97. I would really, really love to have the stack of fat quarters which are designed by one of my favorites and a quilt design popped into my head the minute I saw them.

    Love the blog and all the adventures you take us on!
    KW

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  98. My highest priority project is to finish a wedding quilt for my niece-the wedding was in February!

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  99. Hi Anna. Thanks for being a quilting friend to folks all around the country. It’s a lot of fun to hear from you. Regards to G, and we hope he’s fully recovered now. The germs this winter we’re hangers-on, for sure.

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  100. I love finishing a project that I have been working on for a long time! Such a feeling of accomplishment, so good on you!

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  101. Anna, Thank you. We are going through a quick relocation (after 40 years) and it is intense. When all seems too much I start my day with a cuppa tea and 30 minutes of your video. You and Gee refocus my anxiety into productivity. Sew, thank you for being my sanity provider!

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  102. Always enjoy reading your posts. This pack is just what I need for a current project!

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  103. I am trying to finish some wall hangings for my grandkids rooms. Before they are too old to enjoy them! I love seeing what you are working on all the time.

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  104. Beautiful fabrics, thank you. Hugs,

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  105. I'm just finishing up the Daschund Quilt for my sister-in-law who has 3 real Daschunds! And also working on Edyta Sitar's BOM from The Quilt Show. Anna, you may think you are not getting much done, but believe me, you are very prolific! And yes, please enter me in the giveaway of Stacy West's fabrics. Gorgeous! And thank you!

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  106. Love the goodies. Hope you had a good trip.

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  107. I loved your videos from Portland. I sure would love to win your fat quarters.

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  108. I bought Jen Kingwell's Its a Small World pattern last year. I collected fabric and cut some pieces but haven't started sewing yet. I had to finish quilts for our once every three years quilt show. The show is over and now I can begin on my Small World. Fun!

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  109. Good Morning Anna, Well I am working on a quilt for my daughters wedding in December. She wanted one her wedding guests could sign. I'm using the pattern Anita's Bow Twist by Anita Grossman Soloman. It is a fun pattern I learned about it at my quilt guild. Best wishes to you and G. Tell Enso please look for me in the dog dish. Love your give away goodies. OOps haven't completed profile, Alice Janak

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  110. Stacy.'s fabric is beautiful. Would love to win it!

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  111. Love Stacy's fabric, please add me to the dog dish.

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  112. What a lovely stack of fabric plus goodies. Thanks so much for the giveaway. I really enjoyed your videos of quilt market.

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  113. So excited for a chance to win, I am absolutely gaga over Stacy's beautiful designs! Currently working on her lovely BOM, gosh, it is SOOO cute! Just saw she is doing a summer sewing BOW quilt, June 1st cannot come fast enough! BTW, loved all your quilt market videos, and got TONS of new ideas and new designers to follow. Thank you! Walter (my pup) says hello to Enzo, and tells him to please find my name in the dog dish!

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  114. Great videos from the Quilt Market. I am appliqueing this summer. Projects that are prepped and easy to transport any place.

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  115. I love those beautiful colors I have the perfect project for them.

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  116. I am putting borders on a wall hanging for my sewing area. It has an applique scissors, needle and thread. The patchwork fabric is sewing related in reds and whites.

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  117. I would love Stacy West's fabric. I just purchased the Buttermilk Basin Pumpkin Farm panel and hope to complete a wallhanging by Fall 2018. Enjoy your class with Jen and will be looking forward to see what you did in class.

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  118. I am currently working on a retirement quilt for a friend. And about 10 other things. Lol Thanks for the giveaway. Love your work and for sharing.

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  119. I can't wait to see your finished quilt--such a cute pattern! I need to get a closer look at Stacy's fabric--love everything she does! I don't have a lot of time in the summer for quilting, but still hope to finish some UFO's.

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  120. Love the fabric giveaway. Who wouldn’t right? Such fun! I will have to find the snowman pattern. Happy stitching today!

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  121. Crystal Bullock, I would love Stacy’s fabric. I love buttermilk Basins kits. I have several kits in my stach. Anna I love your videos. Thanks for keeping me inspired. Kind of new at wool. When I have trouble I look at your wool to tutorials.

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  122. Please enter me in the drawing. I am currently quilting 1 quilt for Quilts Beyond Borders with another in waiting. Then I have 2 Quilts of Valor quilts to quilt. I hope to have all finished to give back on Saturday morning at my Long arm guild. Better get off the computer and get to work! Thanks, Anna

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  123. Oh, fun! I always need more Buttermilk Basin stuff! I'm trying to finish up last year's mystery ( and, shh, a couple others) so I can buy more stuff. And oh my, now she's got a summer BOW!

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  124. I just recently signed up to get your blog and I love it! And I was lucky enough to meet you at quilt market in Portland! I’m in love with Buttermilk Basin’s new fabric and would love to win it! Thanks for the chance.
    Tina W from Pendleton.

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  125. Love, love anything from Buttermilk Basin and you.
    A win, win situation!

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  126. So enjoy reading your blog! Thanks!

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  127. I love to watch you YouTube blog and read the posts. Please add me to you give-away. Thanks. :)

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  128. Love your adventures. Working on a snow lady candle mat for a Christmas present. Beautiful fabric. Thanks for the give away.

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  129. What fun and its not even Christmas. Love this fabric, saw it last week at a quilt store. Please include me in your draw.

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  130. I so enjoy tagging along with you and G as you travel. Thank you so much for your inspiration.

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  131. I would love to win that stack of fat quarters, etc! Good for you to be making progress. I have been procrastinating about putting binding on a queen size quilt - hate working on things that big - but I have promised myself today is the day. So here goes.

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  132. I am working on a Quilted Turtle (long story) for my husband. Really need to get a wiggle on. Please add me to the dog dish.

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  133. The fabrics look like they fit in with a quilt I am planning. Thank you for the opportunity to win them. :)

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  134. I am working on Let It Snow by Buttermilk Basin. I love everything she does. Thanks for giving us a chance to win some goodies.

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  135. I am working on Buttermilk Basin's free BOM 2017. I would love to be entered to win Stacey's fabric.

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  136. I have been doing some machine quilting on a few quilts as I have told myself that I won't start anything new till they are done.

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  137. What a beautiful stack of fabric. I'm trying to finish a purple star quilt for a friend before I start anything new.

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  138. I don't know why it's taken me so long to find your blog. I love it, thank you. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity too. I love that you use a dog's bowl. lol xx (mandycurrie@googlemail.com)

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  139. Hi Anna, I would be very interested in participating in this giveaway. I started with wool on wool appliqué but now find that wool on cotton is the best and the more piecing on the background the better. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  140. Working on a small wall hanging fir my granddaughter and her husband. Wool and cotton with one of the StacyWest trucks.. Love it when a project is finished .. Would live to win and thanks for the giveaway .

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  141. I love he beautiful fat quarter bundle. I am working on the Jan Patek quilt with the huge feathered star in the middle. My piecing skills are not the best so I am hand piecing as well as needle turn applique and find it relaxing. Loving all the giveaway posts.

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  142. Beautiful! I would be thrilled to win that beautiful bundle. I am working on Stitchers Garden, a machine appliqué project I started in a class last January

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  143. I am finishing the wool applique part for "October" of Bertie's Year by Bonnie Sullivan. I am now addicted to wool applique thanks to you, Anna. LOL!

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  144. Over the River by Crabapple Hill. Would LOVE to win :)

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  145. I met both Lynette Anderson and Stacy West at workshops and they are wonderfully creative as well as the nicest women! I'm working on so many things - but just finished stitching Harvest by Stacy. Started it at the retreat with her last March.

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  146. Hi,
    It looks so inviting when I follow along with you, G, and Enzo. But, I get to stay right here at home. I wish I could feel all the fabric, though. Thanks, Anna, for all the good video tours.

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  147. Hi Anna, I am currently working on Buttermilk Basin, free block of the month. I would love to be added to the list for the giveaway. Keep stitching and Love, Love those videos. "Hi" to G and Enzo!!!!!!

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