Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Think Ruffles Blog Hop and Pink Chalk Giveaway

Update

This Giveaway is closed! And the winner is ...

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gpc March 5, 2014 at 12:13 PM
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Think Ruffles Blog Hop

Welcome to "In The Boon Docks" and Day 1 of the "Think Ruffles Blog Hop"! My name is Lisa and I am so happy you are here today to see my quilt with ruffles! I have to thank Madam Samm @ Sew We Quilt and Amy (Head Cheerleader)@ Sew Incredibly Crazy for arranging this great hop!


What is a ruffle? There are lots of different kinds and Madam Samm left it open to interpretation. She showed us how to make some and at the time I was thinking; ruffled bloomers, ruffled dresses, ruffled pillows. Then I saw a quilt in a magazine with what looked like ruffles! I kind of browsed through the issue of Quilt-it today, March/April 2014 issue and left it in my rocking chair and went to work. The second time I read the "Garden Path" pattern by Ann Baxter, (I had already made the quilt), it read "ruching", you don't know the horror I felt at that moment. They are made the same way! What is up with that? Then, I did some research on the internet and ruching is ruffles or plates. So, I am saved! I got my ruffles on!

Quilt Stats

53 1/2" Length x 33 1/2" wide
Pieced by: Elizabeth Johnson (me)
Quilted by: Quilt As You Go - Elizabeth Johnson
Piecing Thread: Aurifil 50 wt. #2024 White (my most used color)
QAYG: top - Aurifil 50 wt. #2692 Black; bobbin - Aurifil 50 wt. #2024 White
Fabrics: Kit By Pink Chalk Fabrics included -
(3) Joel Dewberry, Bungalow, FreeSpirit charm packs
Solids - Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton - Kale, Dark Violet, and Glacier
FreeSpirit Flamingo; Moda Bella Solid Berrylicious;
In The Beginning Modern Solids Gold
Backing: white fleece
Binding: a combination of each of the solids above


Please take the time to visit the other bloggers, who have worked so hard to make really beautiful projects to inspire you!

March 5, 2014


Sew Incredibly Crazy

Malini's Quilting Adventure

Missouri Mel

Just Quilt It

In The Boon Docks (you are here)

On the Banks of Frog Creek

Sparrow In Flight

A quilt, not a big one, just one for Zoey's playpen she sleeps in when she stays with us. I chose a Joel Duberry kit I purchased Pink Chalk Fabrics months ago, the kit included (3 charm packs and (6) 1/2 yards of the solids) and I used every bit of all of it except (4) charm squares!

Pink Chalk Fabrics

In 2008, Kathy Mack @ Pink Chalk Studio launched Pink Chalk Fabrics with the mission to provide the best cloth, pattern, and tools available for modern sewists. Their motto is Do What You Like, Like What You Do. The entire Pink Chalk Fabrics team is dedicated to making your sewing journey a happy one. They appreciate the opportunity to provide you with an experience that will exceed your expectations.

I would like to thank the store for sponsoring today's giveaway!

A $25 Gift Certificate to Pink Chalk Fabrics

How to Enter

This giveaway is open to everyone! No matter where you live!

1. Go to
Pink Chalk Fabrics and tell me what you might buy if you win! Be specific, the store has fabric, patterns, tools, and notions!

2. If you are a "In The Boon Docks" follower leave another comment!

2 chances to win

This giveaway begins today, March 5, 2014 and ends on March 16, 2014 at midnight! The winner will be announced on March 17, 2014!

Thank you for stopping by and entering the giveaway!
Create and be unique!
Lisa

Happy Birthday to my daughter Kristin who turns 23 today!
Dad and I love you!

This Giveaway is Closed!

231 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilt and absolutely adorable little 'model'!!! Happy B-Day to your daughter and thank you for sharing :) If I'm the lucky winner I would buy hardware for purses I plan on making..like the Studio Kat Designs Invisible Sew In Magnetic Snap 3/4 Inch

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  2. I think I would buy some voile from Pink Chalk Fabrics when I win. 8-) Kathy was the first online store I ever bought fabric from, and I've been following her blog for several years.

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  3. I just found you from the "ruffle along" and I am now following you by email.

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  4. What an cute quilt! Love the Ruffly interior lines. Little Zoey is too cute of a model. She is sure getting big. I would buy fabric, because I never seem to have enough.

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  5. Zoey is sew sweet on her beautiful quilt! Might buy some more notions, but then again might buy fabric!

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  6. I am a follower via email! Thank you for sharing.

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  7. I would go for the creamscicle fq set in the color stack bundles area of the site.

    I really like your creative idea with the ruffles incorporated into the quilt like that, very clever indeed!

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  8. I am following you on bloglovin!

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  9. Your quilt is so bright and lovely with the ruffles. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  10. Bright and cute quilt!
    I never get enough fabric, so how about some Pearl Bracelet?!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. Well, that is another nice approach to ruffles, I have never seen it before and I really like it! Well done and thanks for being so creative!

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  12. Love your quilt...fabrics are very pretty and a big thank you to Zoe for modeling for us...she looks just adorable on her newest quilt! Love her floral top too lol! I'm a stalker, uh follower...your posts come to me in a couple different ways so as not to miss a thing!

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  13. As for finding a lovely at Pink Chalk...difficult to choose from many lovelies, but I would choose the QuiltCon Kona Cotton Solids in 1/2 yd cuts. Pretty, pretty, pretty! Thanks for the giveaway and thank you to Pink Chalk Fabrics for sponsoring!!

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  14. lovely quilt, I didn't know there was a difference between ruching and ruffling - I thought they were the same thing. I'd get a couple of charm packs - maybe Daydream and Kate and Birdie

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  15. I love the Radiant Orchid color stack. I really need done purples in my stash! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. I love your ruflled quilt. Sew cute with your model. I think if I won, I would get a couple of the Kate Spain Daydreams charm packs. Love charmpacks for quick quilts.

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  17. I love PC I would buy the Radiant Orchid Stacker or one of the other stackers.

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  18. I would buy under the stars camping fabrics. I like your playpen quilt. My daughter is having her first baby and this would be a great quilt to make

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  19. Rouching definitely counts imo, and your quilt is lovely!

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  20. Love your quilt. If I'm lucky enough to win, I'd probably get the Biscuit FQ set - need some neutrals. Thanks.

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  21. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again & happy birthday Kristin.

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  22. Clever way to use ruffles. Thanks for sharing. Should I be lucky enough to win, I might get a Zen Chic Barcelona LAYER CAKE.

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  23. ohhhh you are funny…yes I suppose they are ruffled in a tied down way lol the fact that you researched it all seems to be a clever solution to a ruffled event and you scored here lol

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  24. Awww - Zoey looks totally thrilled with your playpen quilt! Well done - it looks fab!

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  25. Ohhh - I think I would buy the Quick Curve Ruler (but then again - you know me and how I am with curves!!!)

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  26. Ruching ruffles work for me and I love how it made an adorable quilt (sweet baby, too!) Happy birthday to your daughter!

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  27. What a beautiful quilt! Almost as pretty as Zoey!
    I would buy some of the Camping Under the Stars fabric. How cute!

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  28. I think I would get the Indian Summer Fat Quarters, some silk pins and a bias tape maker...though I'm not sure which size. I might throw over that whole list and put it toward the Art Quilt Kit that I've been eying for a long time.

    I love your quilt and Zoey looks great on it! :)

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  29. I really like your quilt! Thanks for sharing it! I would like to get some Kona solids to go with the summer color fat quarter bundle I just purchased.

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  30. Kona solids; I think...lol. Thank you for this chance.

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  31. I am a follower and love your little quilt!!!

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  32. Way to much fun! I would buy solids! My kona solids need beefed up! (That's because I always think I'm going to get a solid and I end up going loud and wild and print!)

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  33. Thats a great little crib quilt! Thanks for the fun giveaway. I would buy some Hello Petal fabric.

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  34. Great quilt and what a doll you have laying on it. :) blessings, marlene

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  35. Your quilt is beautiful and your ruffles add interesting texture to the quilt. Clever idea!

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  36. Now that is just too cool. We all know how little ones like to feel texture too. Great idea!

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  37. I would stock up on some charm packs, probably Sphere, Daydream, and Scrumptious. I love the Bungalow print in your quilt, I am a sucker for anything with a Dahlia as it is my oldest daughters name!

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  38. I follow by email, thanks for the chance!

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  39. I think I would go for a radiant orchid color stack. I need more good purples! :)

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  40. And I follow via feedly! Thanks!

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  41. I love your cute, cute quilt! Pink Chalk looks like a great shop. I would buy one of their Kona cotton jelly-rolls--probably their neutrals. It would be hard to decide as they have such a great selection.

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  42. I would buy some of the Timeless Treasures Under the Stars camping fabric because we have a camper and I could make something for it - like a tablecloth, pillowcases, curtains, etc. The fabric is just darling!

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  43. Gorgeous quilt!
    I love Joel Dewberry's Bungalow line!

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  44. I don't know about the ruffles part but I sure do like the quilt, I like the dimension the ruffles(?) give the guilt. Thanks for the idea. I pretty happy with anything you might pick out. And I'm following

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  45. She has pearl bracelets!! Love those :) Your ruffled quilt is very beautiful!

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  46. I am looking for charm packs for a project and I love the Bluebird Park charm packs. Your quilt is so pretty, thanks for sharing.

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  47. I am a new follower via Bloglovin.

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  48. I love your "ruffles"! I am so happy to see a different idea on traditional ruffles. Thank you for sharing! Happy Birthday Kristen. ~Shari

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  49. Very cute ruffled quilt. I like this type of ruffles that add texture to a quilt. Pink Chalk has some many lovely fabrics. I have been really wanting a little Briar Rose by Heather Ross so I am going to pick that. Thanks for the chance to win ... :) Pat

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  50. Happy B'day to your daughter! I am a follower ... :) Pat

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  51. I love your quilt! Ruffles are the bomb!
    If I won, I would get some Cori Dantini--The Sweet Life-- Stellar Khaki.
    Gorgeous!

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  52. Such a darling quilt.Perfect for your sweet model.

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  53. Wayyy cute quilt with the shirred bands! And it looks like Zoey loves it too!

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  54. I would go for the Sphere fabric by ZenChic. Love the ruffles.
    Shawn

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  55. Works for me---all you did was secure the other side rather than have a flap of fabric rippling in the breeze! Made for an interesting textural quilt for your little model too. Well done.

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  56. Hi Lisa-I think some smarty pants marketing executive came up with a new name for gathering to make ruffles and "ruching" a French word was "adapted." I had never heard the term until my daughter was shopping for a wedding dress five years ago and she used it. It's just a fancy way of saying gathering. I checked out Pink Chalk fabrics and notice that they have Kona Solids. I would love to have a jelly roll or other pre-cut of them as they are so versatile. Thanks for sharing your cute baby quilt.

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  57. There are several notions I would love to get. Wonder clips, fusible batting, insulbright, frixion pen and more.

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  58. I would buy several prints from Amy Butler's Hapi line. I love that fabric! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  59. I follow your wonderful blog via Bloglovin. Thanks for the inspiration! Zoey looks like she is really enjoying her quilt!

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  60. I really like High Street by Lily Ashbury for Moda Fabrics. Thank you for the chance to win! missysaprons@gmail.com

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  61. I like Rosey Roses And Mums Pink by Tanya Whelan

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  62. I would put it towards the Kate Spain Daydream layer cake.

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  63. I would love Denyse Shgmidt's newest collection

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  64. Love the look of the 'ruching' ruffles. Thanks for sharing!

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  65. I'm a follower by GFC and the Sarah Jane fabric is 'shouting' my name. Thanks for the chance. Happy stitching, Pauline

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  66. Lizzy House Pearl Bracelets in 26 Colors! I have been wanting some of these fabrics! I didn't know I could still find them anywhere!

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  67. I would buy some Aurifil thread with the gift certificate!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  68. I follow by email! sewinglbogsarefun@yahoo.com

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  69. If I won I would buy the Jaybird hex n more ruler. sewingblogsarefun@yahoo.com

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  72. If I won I would buy the Jaybird hex n more ruler. sewingblogsarefun@yahoo.com

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  73. I want some AMH voile for a shirt but I can't decide!!

    Shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  74. Beautiful quilt!! If I won I would buy some fabric... Lida Enche and Lily Ashbury are new to me and they both have a gorgeous selection!!

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  75. I am following you via Bloglovin' - thanks!!

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  76. Such a good project and a really cute little baby!

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  77. Riley Blake Designs Maverick Patches would make a really cute quilt for my grandson. I also subscribe to your blog.

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  78. What a snuggly quilt! I would pick one of the Monaluna Woodland knits. I am crushing on them but they are way outside my normal fabric budget!

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  79. Been a follower for quite a while now! Love seeing all of your creations.

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  80. What a great way to incorporate ruffles , I love this cuddly quilt !!

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  81. I am a Bloglovin' follower! I love your ruching. It is very feminine but not fussy.

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  82. At Pink Chalk, I would at least one yard of Laura Foster Nicholson Harvest Heirloom in all for colorways. Yeah, I know. Exceeds the certificate. I can't choose I like the red, brown, green, and even the yellow colorway. I would probably turn them into place mats using different colorways on each side. They would all go together but in a funky, cool way.

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  83. I have shopped at Pink Chalk before and they are great!! I would purchase the Collection Coordinates - Jaybird Night Sky FQ Solids. I just love that quilt design and those fabrics are so colorful!
    Dawn
    array-dawn at cox dot net

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  84. I follow you on Bloglovin! H.B. to your daughter Kristin!!
    Dawn
    array-dawn at cox dot net

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  85. Your ruffles are unique in a quilt. Love the idea. Of course, I follow you. Love your creations.

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  86. I would most definitely buy some Tanya Whelan Rosey fabrics. I'm been drooling over these for quite some time now.

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  87. Love your ruffled quilt! Fabulous. I follow you on Feedly

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  88. I would stock up on charm packs an jelly rolls -- I'm all about taking the easy way out by using precuts! I love your quilt -- the 'ruffles' absolutely make it!

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  89. I think I would get Color Stack - Radiant Orchid FQs, love those colors. Love your quilt too!!!

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  90. I follow you with blog lovin

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  91. I would buy the Allison Glass Sun Prints Feathers bundle.

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  92. I'd be heading for a Passion Pink fat quarter pack! Your project looks lovely and your little model adorable! Beth @ Words & Stiches, pbstrand@msn.com

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  93. Oh, and I follow on Bloglovin'. pbstrand@msn.com

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  94. Eric Carle fabric. Every librarian/quilter should have it. (haha)

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  95. I like your interpretation of ruffles. I follow by e-mail.

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  96. I think if I won, I'd go for the Kona Cotton Roll Ups Berry Palette. That is very appealing to me right now - but so are all the Kona roll ups. Thanks so much for the giveaway. dezertsuz at gmail

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  97. I love your quilt and the texture the ruffles added to it! Great great job!
    You know I am a happy follower!
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  98. Yes I am a follower of your wonderful blog. Thank you sew very much for Hopping...

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  99. If I won the Gift certificate I would definitely use it for some of those gorgeous Liberty prints Kathy has! Or AMH Dowry :O
    xo jan

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  100. I see that Pink Chalk Fabrics sells Liberty of London fabrics and I would buy any of them...they are so soft! Your quilt of ruched ruffles is wonderful! Thank you sew very much for Hopping...

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  101. What a lovely, happy quilt! Love your ruffled strips in the quilt. Thanks for sharing your work today!

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  102. I would put it toward the Jaybird ruler pack

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  103. HI, I think I'd select some of Kate Spain's "Daydream" collection!
    Thanks for sharing a great giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  104. follow on blog lovin'!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  105. Yep, ruching is definitely a type of ruffle. Your quilt is sweet and sweet for a sweet Zoey. I am a follower with Feedly.

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  106. Wow, that was a fast pick. I went to Pink Chalk and on the first page of the fabrics I saw Michael Miller Fabrics Midnite Gems Maison Jewel and immediately fell in love. Love the low volume even though it's a color - oh, I do love that magenta color - and the houses, wonderful. That's where I'd start if I won your giveaway.

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  107. I love all the Kona solid stacks that they have along with about every bundle. Too hard to choose.

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  108. Happy birthday to your daughter! I love the ruffles on the quilt. That is a great way to add texture. I would choose some of those great Alexander Henry fabrics.

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  109. What a neat quilt--and the model is darling.

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  110. Great quilt and adorable model. I think I would choose a Kona Cotton Roll Ups New Bright Palette.

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  111. That's awesome Lisa! Purposeful puckers if you will. I love the idea the texture is a really nice add to the quilt.

    That baby is a doll!

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  112. I love the roushing (ruffles) and love how it looks like the quilt went for a slide in the snow! That little model is precious and Happy Birthday to Kristin!

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  113. I'd buy some Bonnie and Camille fabric from Pink Chalk!

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  114. I really like a lot of the novelty fabric at Pink Chalk, so would likely buy some of the Gina Martin Sewing box line, or the Michael Miller Love to Sew line. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

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  115. I am a follower on Bloglovin'.

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  116. I love the Pearl Bracelet fabric!

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  117. If I won I would buy the Road Trip Case Pattern by Noodlehead & make it out of Kaffee Fassett fabric.

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  118. I will definitely put my Win towards buying the Jaybird Quilt Rulers Pack!! Woooohoooooo!!! Are soooooo on my "Wish List".....and probably add a "Scrumptious" Layer Cake too.

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  119. I Follow you thru Bloglovin :)

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  121. I love your quilt, I've never tried ruching.
    I am a follower.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  122. If I won the gift certificate, I'd choose some Aurifil thread. Love it.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  123. Such a hard decision! The mossy Ansonia bundle is really nice.

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  124. I like your take on ruffles. I'm already a bloglovin follower. :)

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  125. Your blanket is so pretty. I love it and your module...oh she is so sweet!!! I am not positive as what I would choose. It would be a toss up between notions or Aurifil thread.

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  126. I like your way of adding ruffles to a quilt! It's very pretty. I follow with bloglovin.

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  127. Lovely blanket! Ruched is a great look on a blanket, who'd have thought. If I won the Pink Chalk I would probably buy some of the Amy Butler Hapi fabric and make a prayer quilt for a friend.

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  128. If I win, I would get some Dan DiPaolo Fresh Eggs Plaid fabric from the sale section and the Noodlehead divided basket pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  129. Love your quilt. It's so pretty. If I win, I would love to get some Amy Butler to finish my GNI quilt.

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  130. Such a hard decision! There are a few things I would like to get....Alison Glass Sun Print Text in black, Robert Kaufman Quilters Linen Neutral bundle, and I would really like to finally try some Aurifil thread. Beautiful quilt! Thank you for sharing!

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  131. Love your quilt! Beautifuk colours. I'm an old Bloglovin' follower!

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  132. I would choose the Love to Sew line. So many wonderful things to choose from!

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  133. Wonderful quilt, love the colors.

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  134. I am up for Liberty of London fabrics anytime and Pink Chalk has some nice ones.

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  135. Love both the projects, it was great to see a closeup of the larger quilt to, but I'm definitely partial to the smaller one. Great job.

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  136. I have been wanting to order the Moda Candy Booklets and Pink Chalk has them. I also love Charm Packs so they are also on my list. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  137. I would take some serious time to decide what I'd want. I love the fabric with birds or tiny flowers. Maybe some stripes. I know nothing about brands but I love fabric. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  138. I would put it towards Denyse Schmidt Ansonia Mossy FQ Bundle they have on the home page! LOVE IT :)

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  139. I'd love to purchase the Pink Chalk Fabrics Kona Cotton Starter Pack.

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  140. Bloglovin follower: Nicole Sender

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  141. You did a very nice job on your quilt ... thank you for sharing!! Happy birthday wishes to your daughter :)

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  142. I didn't even have to go to Pink Chalk Fabrics. I just received an order from them that included swatches for the shot cottons by Kaffe. I'd order as much as I could afford of each of them -- I absolutely love them, and I'm certainly a PCF fan.

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  143. I have just gotten back in to following blogs, and yours is on my list. I really like how you handled the ruffles prob . . . er, challenge. I'm not very ruffly myself, so like the idea of adding them to baby quilts. And I love the "sew both sides" down plan. I'd considered doing that for a quilt for which my sister embroidered nine blocks in gold on natural. Since I can't quite match the fabric, this would be a great solution to still remain neutral without worrying about matching.

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  144. Love your little quilt with the ruching

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  145. Lovely quilt! And your little one is so adorable too!

    Thank you for the giveaway and if I win ;) I would buy this FQ bundle:
    Denyse Schmidt Ansonia Mushroom FQs

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  146. I follow your blog on Bloglovin!

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  147. I follow your blog on Bloglovin!

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  148. Joel Dewberry True Colors I want it all, I love this design . I love you quilt too....

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  149. I might buy the Color Stack - Catalina FQs. Thanks,
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  150. I follow on bloglovin.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  151. I need to replace some solids... I'm looking at the Kona Cotton starter pack fat quarters.

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  152. I'd get some hothouse flowers or catnap yardage to make some dresses out of

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  153. I follow you via bloglovin. Cute quilt btw -you are brave to try ruffles in a quilt. I'd be too scared in case I stuffed it up!!

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  154. I would pick up some fabric. I love Scrumptious in Summer Pink.

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  155. I might buy some Momo Mochi Dot fabric in Tangerine and magenta.

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  156. I think I would go for a Kona Cotton Charm Pack, new Dusty Palette, and a bits&pieces scrap pack, just for fun.

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  157. I follow you by Bloglovin.

    Btw: I love the colours in your quilt!

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  158. I follow you by email subscription. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  159. I'd buy Megan Nielsen Patterns Cascade Skirt pattern!

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  160. Hi, In the Boon Docks! I am following you through bloglovin'

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  161. I'd buy aurifil and some cotton couture solids:)

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  162. I'm following your blog:) happy birthday to your daughter!

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  163. I would buy some sweet serenade charm packs.. Love basic grey

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  164. Why doesn't she do those kits anymore, I loved them, the charm packs mixed with the solids. I would love Alison Glass Sun Print Text FQs

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  165. I am one of your follower's

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  166. Loving this quilt so much! I had to look twice to see the ruffled effect but it definitely is there.

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  167. i like wee wonder glow, or joel dewberry or kaffee fassett babscorbitt@gmail,com

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  168. i am a happy follower babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  169. I Love the aquarium fat quarter bundle.

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