Tuesday, March 17, 2015

succulent path {succulents blog hop and GIVEAWAY!}

***Edited to add:  If you're having difficulty accessing the free pattern for this quilt, try saving the file to your computer.  For some reason on certain browsers it looks as though the pattern is missing several pages, but this doesn't seem to be an issue once you download the PDF.***

Ohhh Succulent Path.  Sweet.  Succulent.  Path.

photo credit:  Eric Lubrick

I designed this quilt—free pattern here!—last fall for my dear friend Heather Givans of Crimson Tate.  Who designed her splendidly cheerful collection, Succulents, for Windham Fabrics.

For those of you who don't know Heather—wait, what?! Someone doesn't know Heather?!—she's an absolute joy to be around.  Her jovial personality—much like her infamous eyes-wide-mouth-open-and-let's-not-forget-the-glasses instagram selfies—is infectious.  We were first introduced by Amanda of Material Girl Quilts the year before last.  From the get-go, she was warm, welcoming, and fully committed to fostering creativity in our local community.
 
photo credit:  Eric Lubrick

And on top of that, she's a true artist.  So when she asked if we had any interest in designing projects featuring Succulents last fall, I immediately got to work.  I knew I wanted to capture the lightheartedness and whimsy that is Crimson Tate.  Now if you've been around here before you've likely realized that I'm all about paper piecing (paper piece all the things!).  But I also have a soft spot for historic design, and ultimately kept coming back to a traditional block that—though unassuming at first glance—turns into something spectacular with a simple repeat.  And in that spirit, Succulent Path came to be ;o)


This is Heather's first collection.  (The first of many, I hope.)  And this quilt—it boasts some firsts for me, too.  The first time I'd sewn exclusively with one fabric line.  (One that I had the privilege of seeing "behind the scenes," so to speak, as Heather's concept went from paper to strike offs to bolts.)

It's also the first time I asked for help to meet a deadline.  (And got it.  Major shout out to Meghan for your help with piecing the blocksyou are incredible.)  


The block is inspired by a vintage one, "Grandma's Fan."
This shot of the top really captures how the block's on-point repeat comes together to form the "path."

And the first time any of my work has been quilted by someone else (...Angela Walters, of all people!)


To me, all this creativity and collaboration really captures a thriving sense of community.  Succulent Path doesn't feel like "my quilt."  It feels like "our quilt."  As they say, it takes a village.  I'm happy and honored to be a member of said bustling village.


Plus it's the first quilt that's made it to Market.  (A pretty stellar cherry on top.)

photo credit:  Eric Lubrick

Now, if you're wanting to get your hands on some Succulents, now is your chance!  The folks at Windham will be giving away FQ bundles at every stop of the Succulents Blog Hop.  All of them!  Here's the line up...

March 15: Heather Givans of Crimson Tate
March 16: Eric Lubrick of Eric Lubrick Photography
March 17: Sarah Sharp of {no} hats quiltsyou are here ;o)
March 18: Lindsay Lefevere of ellesquare
March 19: Karen McTavish of McTavish Quilting Studio
March 20: David Barnhouse of Crimson Tate
March 21: Meghan Eschbaugh of Calvin and Carolyn
March 22: Brooke Starnes
March 23: Matthew Wheeler of Kapa Quilts
March 24: Samantha Howard of Bobaloo Kids 
March 25: Amy Garro of 13 spools
March 26: Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts 
March 27: Heather Jones of Heather Jones Studio  
March 28: Heather Givans of Crimson Tate 

How do you win, you ask?  Just follow along over the next two weeks, peruse the projects and comment on the posts.  That's it!  Win win.  Speaking of, winners will be drawn at random at the end of the hop.

So to get started, leave a comment on this post.  Want to double your odds from the get go?  Head on over to Windham's blog and leave a comment there too.  Cat got your tongue?  I want to know what you'd make with this line!

photo credit:  Eric Lubrick

If you're local, I'll be teaching this design later this spring at Crimson Tate, so keep an eye on the class calendar.  And for everyone else, you can find this design (and many more!) in the free projects section of Windham's site.  I opted for scrappy blues and greens against a neutral backdrop, but you can easily mix up the color placement to create a path all your own ;o)

Happy hopping!

212 comments:

  1. Your quilt is stunning. This pattern will go on my to do list. Thank you for sharing and the chance to win.

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  2. I'm still so intimidated by curved piecing, but that is beautiful.

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  3. I think I'd make something for my mom

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  4. I am in love with quilt that you made! I am not to that skill level yet. I do think, however, that I would make a quilt if I were to win. That is my favorite kind of sewing. Thanks so much for the share!

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  5. It's one of my favorite quilts of all time!!! Love it so much :)

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  6. I am obsessed with succulents...the plants and the fabric. I have a huge collection in my garden and I would use the fabric to make a quilt to represent my love of succulents and gardens.... and share it with mymom who is a giant inspiration to the garden and textile work I do.

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  7. This is a super quilt! I love the blues and greens in this collection, and so excited to see it in person! I love hearing how this quilt came together!!(the cat never has my tongue!lol!)

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  8. I'm going to go download your pattern! Stunning quilt! ;)

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  9. I love how it looks as just the top.

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  10. Truly beautiful quilt! I love the use of blues & greens of succulents against the low volume background.

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  11. I'd love to go to ypur class, but unfortunately I'm too far away... I'd have to find another way to use that lovely fabric. I've just enrolled on some quilting online courses - maybe you could consider teacing that way!

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  12. I fell in love with this quilt at Quiltcon--it is stunning! I would love to make this quilt with Heather's fabric. .....and isn't it fun to say succulent? May be my favorite word, that or spatula which is also fun to say.

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  13. Love this quilt - you did a beautiful job - the whole village did :) ! - heading to download the pattern now!

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  14. Gorgeous quilt! and I love those border print fabrics in the collection!

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  15. The pattern and fabric are really beautiful - definitely on my to-do list. Love the 'art-deco' style.

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  16. love the arches in this quilt - color pops too

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  17. wow! will download pattern next, sure hope I win, so I can make just like yours
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  18. I'm downloading this pattern ASAP!

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  19. You've designed a great pattern! Perfect for this line, but not only.

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  20. This quilt is just beautiful! You have such a creative talent - I've loved every quilt I've seen of yours. These new fabrics will definitely be finding their way into my stash very soon. I'm not sure what I would make with them yet. I love the childrens clothing shown. Thanks for the chance to win. I went to Windham's site - there is something wrong with the pattern FYI. You will want to check that out.

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  21. ty for telling us where to find your pattern i love your quilt...........I would make a lap quilt and a tote to put it in..happyness04431@yahoo.com.

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  22. I would love to make a quilt like yours with this fabric.
    merryorganic@gmail.com

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  23. Love your pattern! Thanks for sharing.

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  24. I love this fabric and pattern! Thanks for the opportunity to win. marzstars@msn.com

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  25. I love this fabric and pattern! Thanks for the opportunity to win. marzstars@msn.com

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  26. I've never seen a pattern like that before. It's lovely!

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  27. Love the pattern! But as someone else pointed out - the download is missing about 4 pages.....

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  28. Wow, congratulations on all the great firsts with this quilt! This is such a neat design, it really reminds me of architectural patterns around my friend's house in Tucson.
    ~Brandy
    brandizzle7133 at gmail dot com

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  29. I want to make this quilt so bad! It's super cute and so is the fabric!

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  30. I got to see this in person at QuiltCon in Crimson Tate's booth!! :D I'm not imagining that, right? I recognized the pattern right away and knew it was yours! ^_^
    Now I feel a bit badly, I didn't realize it was out of her fabric line, and here I was gushing over your pattern. Oops!

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  31. Love the pattern and your use of the fabrics in it.

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  32. I love your quilt! I would use this to make a quilt for my daughter-in-law who is an avid gardner. Thanks for the free pattern and giveaway.

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  33. Beautiful design and fabrics, great quilt!

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  34. Gorgeous fabric! Not sure what I would make, but I'd think long and hard before cutting into it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Beautiful design and fabrics. No need to enter me in your giveaway, but I hope it is ok that I shared your giveaway on a page where I share insights on giveaways & contests: http://quiltshopgal.com/giveaways-and-contests/

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

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  36. This is such a fabulous design and compliments the fabric so well. If I won, I'd start with making some succulent pin cushions in little pots, then most likely, the rest of the fabric would find its way into a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  37. I really like this pattern, although the amount of curves in this pattern makes my head hurt.

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  38. Love your pattern. I tried to download from your link and only got a couple of the pages. Will try Windham's site.

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  39. HI,I'd love to make a new bed quilt for us from these lovely fabrics!
    Thanks for your blog+this giveaway too!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  40. What a beautiful quilt! I hope one day I'll be able to make such lovely things :) For now I'd use the fabrics to make a much less complicated quilt!

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  41. I'd like to make a picnic quilt.

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  42. Wow what a stunning quilt! Love the fabric!

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  43. I would make so many fabulous pillows! Love this line.

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  44. Yours is one of the most beautiful quilts I have ever seen! I would love to make a dresden plate quilt!

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  45. Your quilt is beautiful! I saved it to my computer and it's all there, no problem. I don't know if I can do those curves though, but I would certainly make the attempt. I'm willing to try anything once! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  46. Wonderful fabrics and I love your quilt.

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  47. Wonderful fabrics and I love your quilt.

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  48. Sarah, this quilt is awesome! Great job on the design (as usual)! I can see why you love the fabrics, the texty low volumes are totally you.

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  49. Your Succulent Path quilt is over the top beautiful! Those curves intimidate me, but I'll keep the design pattern saved for the time I'm skilled enough. I'd use the fabric bundle to make several baby quilts for babies in the family!

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  50. Sarah, I had so much fun working on this quilt with you! You did a great job on this pattern!

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  51. Ohh ahhh! What an awesome quilt. The pattern is gorgeous and so is the fabric and the quilting. Thanks so much for sharing this, and thanks for the chance to win!

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  52. Lovely quilt; what a great design! (I'm jealous of the quilt stand for photos too!)

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  53. Just conquered my fear of curves so would love to tackle this project if I won!

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  54. What a beautiful, timeless quilt! I'm not sure what I'd use the line for -- maybe a garden apron.

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  55. Wow, that is a fantastic quilt! I took a peek at the pattern - not for the faint at heart! I would love to make a quilt for my brother with those fabrics, though - love the subtle colors.

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  56. Fabric is stunning. What a great giveaway

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  57. I just stumbled on your blog and I'm super excited about this blog hop. I'm fairly new to quilting (just finished my 1st one:) so I would love to win some beautiful fabric like this. Thank you!

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  58. Wow!!! this is an absolutely STUNNING quilt and design!! Congratulations!!! I just love this community and how everyone pulls together :) XX!

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  59. This collection is perfect for a baby quilt. I'm thinking long half-rectangles, alternating neutrals with saturated colors.

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  60. Love your quilt! I have downloaded the pattern! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  61. I'm sure the fabrics would find their way into a quilt here!
    renae1225@gmail.com

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  62. Thank you for the pattern. This is gorgeous!

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  63. Love your quilt! I have downloaded the pattern! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  64. Your quilt is so pretty. Love the quilting too.

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  65. I've been anxious for this pattern release since I saw Succulent Path at Market. It's a brilliant design.

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  66. Oh my gosh, that quilt is STUNNING! God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  67. What a pretty quilt! I'd love to win so I could turn that beautiful stack of fabric into a quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  68. Your quilt and the quilting are just plain beautiful. The fabric is wonderful but how you placed it in the quilt is perfect in my book.

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  69. Oh that quilt seems so...fancy and complicated. I must make something like it, practicing curves is on my 2015 list anyway!

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  70. Love your quilt!! The succulent path fabric is stunning!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  71. Wow, your finished quilt is simply stunning. Love the colours of these fabrics. What a lovely giveaway x

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  72. Thanks for sharing the beautiful quilt great pattern and thanks for the giveaway curves are not my friend so i think i would make a disappearing 9 patch of some sort.

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  73. How this quilt resonates in my Happy Heart! Some quilts just hits you that way--and this is one of them! Beautiful

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  74. Love Succulents! Love Heather! Love Crimson-Tate! Love your quilt! Love the scrappy look and would probably do something in that vein. Great giveaway!

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  75. I want to make your quilt! Wow!

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  76. I would make a tote and a wall quilt I think. Cool fabric line.

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  77. Sarah, love the cool and refreshing blues and greens in Grandma's Fan. Little beyond my skill level , so I'll tuck this pattern away (Thank you) for later this year. With the Succulent collection I'd make accessories for my kitchen and bedroom, towel toppers, table runner, dresser scarves. Mirrors my southwest motif going on already:

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  78. Your quilt is simply stunning. Thank you for the free pattern. Thank you for the giveaway.

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    1. I would make a quillow with the fabric.

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  79. What a cool story! I love reading how the fabric and Heather's personality influenced your quilt design. It's stunning! I loved seeing the pic of just the top with the light shining through.

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  80. What a fantastic quilt! What a great fabric line. I love the texty ones and the succulent border. So very fun!

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  81. Sarah Sharp I am obsessed with you! Maybe Forest Abstractions needs to be made with Succulents. A true Omnivore's Dilemma, woodland creatures made of plant fabric...hmmmm.
    Kayle

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  82. Love the mix of prints in that quilt! I would use the fabric in a sofa quilt I have in the planning stages.

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  83. your quilt is beautiful, I would make a quilt as well :)

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  84. I am captivated by this quilt. Something so simple and refreshing, yet intriguing. Crazy adjectives, I know, but I just keep looking at it trying to decide what it is that I love so much about it. I've got to give this one a try. The color line in this fabric line is right up my alley. Love the fresh tones.

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  85. Oooh, I definitely want to make this quilt! Thanks for the chance to win some gorgeous fabric!
    marilynrobin at gmail.com

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  86. I love this pattern and the fabrics....oh my. lovelies!

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  87. I love the pattern and seeing the quilt that inspired it. The fabric is lovely too.

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  88. Beautiful fabric and pattern. Job well done!!!

    Dianne

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  89. Fabulous quilt and pattern.If I win a would Love to do a sampler quilt.

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  90. Gorgeous quilt! I'd love to make something like that but I'm not sure my skills can match yours.

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  91. That quilt is amazing. I don't know what I'd make, but probably something quilted.

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  92. I love this quilt in these fabrics....just beautiful.

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  93. My niece is getting married in a few months and this would be a wonderful foundation for a quilt for her new home. Thanks for the chance!

    Liz
    boltonia55@yahoo.com

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  94. I think I would make the same quilt you have with these lovely prints, love your work.
    marinaclark@live.com

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  95. I picked up a yard of the low volume "squares" at QuiltCon and have already cut into it! I love this range! And I also had the honour of a Heather bear hug when I was homesick, she's so beautiful :)

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  96. gorgeous! i'd make this quilt pattern!

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  97. I would make a few little sundresses for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  98. Thank you for the chance to win this beautiful fabric. I would probably use it in a quilt.

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  99. ummm... i'd make a quilt just.like.your's. cause it's perfectly perfect! thanks for the chance to win....

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  100. I would make a quilt with this line....beautiful quilts so far in the hop!

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  101. Oh my, this pattern with these prints! Cat's got my tongue. What I would do is this very thing!

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  102. your quilt is lovely. I especially love the word fabric used.

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  103. Wow, your quilt is breathtaking. I guess I would do something with leaf shapes. sarah@forrussia.org

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  104. Your quilt is stunning! I already downloaded the pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. this is such a cool quilt! I'd probably try something easier so I'd be more likely to finish.

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  106. My goodness! This is a beautiful quilt! Thank you for sharing the free pattern as well!

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  107. Gorgeous quilt.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
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  108. Love your quilt. What a pretty bundle.

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  109. Love your quilt. I would aboslutely make a quilt with this fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  110. Your quilt blew my mind. Totally. Amazingly. Blown. I love seeing all the fantastic stuff folks have made using Heather's fabric line.

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  111. Oh yay! I spotted this quilt in some of the Market photos. I'm so excited you've made it a free pattern. Wonderful work, it's beautiful!

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  112. Fabulous quilt! Can't wait to give it a try!!

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  113. That is a gorgeous quilt! Love the fabrics but not sure exactly what I would do with them other than gaze at them lovingly until just the perfect project made itself known!

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  114. id love to make this exact quilt! its gorgeous!

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  115. Lovely fabric - I'd make a quilt!
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  116. Wow, that quilt is so unique and beautiful! Thanks for sharing, it brightened my day. I would love to make a lap quilt with these gorgeous fabrics!

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  117. So so pretty. I would like a picnic quilt.

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  118. oh my very beautiful collection ...

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  119. Very unique collection, hope to see it in my local quilt shop soon

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  120. Very unique collection, hope to see it in my local quilt shop soon

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  121. This is so beautiful -- the unquilted top looks like a stained glass window! I am hoping to take your class at CT. Thanks!

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  122. I'm going to make two quilts for my newly discovered half brothers i have in Arizona. Succulents could not be any better for quilts going to Arizona!!

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  123. I love your quilt design! It reminds me of Art Nouveau - lovely curves and colors.

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  124. I love your pattern and the fabric is gorgeous

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  125. The quilt is absolutely stunning. I just love the design. I loos beautiful in that fabric line. Your quilt is on my to do list.

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  126. I can not wait to see this fabric in person. And your quilt is just gorgeous!!! thank you for sharing the pattern.

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  127. I would definitely make a quilt! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  128. A beautiful quilt, with all its curved seams. I would make a quilt from this bundle also, just not so curvy, those seams scare me! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  129. Love the fabric and your design!

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  130. Great fabric, totally awesome quilt!!

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  131. You designed a knockout quilt. :-) Love this fabric. L.O.V.E.

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  132. Not sure which I love the most - your fabric line or that incredible quilt! The fabric truly enhances the design, but stands on its own quite well. Love both!

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  133. Love it all, I'd love to make this quilt and your fabric is gorgeous.

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  134. Your quilt design is amazing, but I would probably make something smaller, a tote or zippered pouch instead.

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  135. Thanks for the chance to win!
    miishka2003@yahoo.com

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  136. What a breathtaking pattern!! Love the fabric, too!

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  137. Love this fabric. I will definitely keep an eye on the class schedule, I would love to take a class! Thank you!

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  138. how on usual caught my eye thanks for the chance to win

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  139. I love your quilt! Oh my goodness! It's fantastic. Thank you for the chance to win. :)

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  140. Your quilt design is beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  141. Wow, lovely fabric and wonderful quilt and pattern!!! I would use the bundle to make a quilt… there are several on my lists that would be perfect for those colors. Thanks for the chance!!

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  142. Beautiful fabric. Love your quilt. Not sure what I would make but I would find something

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  143. Love this line of fabric. I would like to make the same quilt. Challenging but so gorgeous. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

    akronne17@gmail.dom

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  144. I am so happy when I see this fabric! Heather has a beautiful design and oh my...your quilt is just plain gorgeous!

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  145. I would definitely make your quilt! I love it! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  146. I love the quilt you designed--very cool!

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  147. Wow, a stunning quilt you have designed. Love the curves!

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  148. Love your quilt, and this fabric! I think it might make a fun Yellow Brick Road. Not sure if my first comment worked... sorry if I have a duplicate, I don't see it anywhere though.

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  149. What a beautiful quilt made with wonderful fabric!
    I'd love to make a Snail's Trail quilt with these fabrics!
    lflemin at msn dot com

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  150. Wow, that's a really stunning quilt. I love the design and it showcases the fabrics wonderfully. I can see so many potential projects for these fabrics - clothing, totes and of course quilts.

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  151. What a beautiful line! I'm thinking Log Cabin!

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  152. I would use them in a landscape wall handing and some accent pillows. Thanks! notwendy gmail
    I think the quilt you made is striking! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  153. This would be cute for a sewing machine cover!

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  154. I would think about making pillow cases as well.

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  155. Beautiful fabrics! I love your design using them & may have to give it a go if I win! Please, please!

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  156. gorgeous fabrics and projects! Love them

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  157. This is a beautiful pattern, I love it with this fabric! I have never sewn curves before, but would love to try it. I really like the photo of the top on its own too--I like the repeating pattern.

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  158. Awesome quilt! The fabric line gives a variety of color choices.

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  159. Love what you've done with the fabric in that quilt! I'd love to make a table runner for my son & DIL - they just bought a new table.

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  160. Your quilt is really lovely. Makes me think of Art Deco stained glass. If only I wasn't too scared to sew curves...

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  161. I would make that little shelf of plants first thing. Thanks.

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  162. Those fabrics would be great for a quilt for my gardening mom-in-law. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  163. Your quilt is absolutely beautiful!

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  164. That is one of the most beautiful quilts I've ever seen. Amazing! I would like to try that someday, but I'll practice curves first. :)

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  165. Oh, all those curved pieces, beautiful! Those fabrics with there small prints would nake a beautiful la passacaglia quilt which I am to embark!

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  166. This quilt is absolutely stunning!

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  167. These fabrics are beautiful!! Finally plants that I can't kill!!! I would so make a wall-hanging and place it by a window!!

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  168. Thank you for the pattern! I have been itching to make a summery quilt.

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  169. I would love to make some accents for my front room with these fabrics...a throw blanket, toss pillows, a wall hanging. Really liven things up in celebration of spring!

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  170. I would make a quilt with this fabric, I love the colors in the line. Your quilt is just beautiful!

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  171. I love your quilt - I'd like to make one just like it!!!

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  172. beautiful! i would love a chance to play with those fabulous fabrics!
    jennidbrown(at)gmail(dot)com

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  173. This is a beautiful, stunning quilt!!! And knowing the story behind it and the other hands that helped is even better. :D

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  174. Your quilt is fabulous! Thanks so much for the chance to win :) I'd probably make a few pillows, and a tote, or a quilt or.....
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  175. I'd definitely make a quilt. Not that quilt, I don't know how to paper piece (yet) but a quilt.

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  176. Love your quilt, I would most likely make some sort of quilt as well!

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  177. Your Succulent Path quilt is extraordinary! Your story about all the collaboration involved in making it is amazing and wonderful!!!
    My planned use of this fabric would be more mundane, but used every day! My kitchen really needs a make-over and this fabric is "speaking to me". I would love to make a set of place-mats, some pot holders and a Succulents Shelf wall hanging for my kitchen. I might even consider some valances over my windows...

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  178. Very interesting fabrics! I think I would make a quilt of Ohio stars with them.
    Thanks!
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  179. I'd put the fabrics in a quilt....not sure the pattern. Love the succulents theme!

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  180. I have no idea yet what I;d make, I;m too busy marveling at this beautiful bundle!

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  181. I would definitely use this fabric in a quilt. So pretty. Your quilt is stunning. Thanks for the chance to win. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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  182. I love the quilt you've made. I'd make a quilt with these fabrics too. Really love them.

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  183. Your quilt looks amazing! I'd love to make an Ocean Waves quilt with these beautiful prints. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  184. What lovely quilting! I have a quilt coming home to me soon that I think I want to

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  185. I would love to win this bundle, this fabric is beautiful.

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  186. Great quilt. Would love to make a smaller version.

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  187. Amazing quilt! Love this line. I'd make a quilt for the couch. Thanks!

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  188. Wow! I love this quilt and definitely would make it if I get my hands on some of the beautiful Succulent fabric.

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  189. Love your quilt!!!! I'd have to make a bunch of pillows for my sofa with those pretty fabrics!
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  190. WOW, your quilt is stunning. Thanks for the pattern. I would love to make one, maybe not that big. Maybe a wall hanging so I can say I did it. LOL

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