Monday, May 1, 2017

No Scrap Left Behind Blog Hop

Welcome! I am delighted and honoured to be able to share with you today as a part of  No Scrap Left Behind Blog Tour!

It has been a decade since I first discovered Crazy Mom Quilts and became friends with Amanda Jean online. I immediately felt I had found a kindred spirit! It is no secret that I have a love affair with scraps and Amanda Jean is the Queen of Scrappy!  I cannot think of a better title for her book and I know that if you love scrap quilts or if you are looking for inspiring ways to use your scraps (not just for quilts!), you will want this book.
 

How do I manage my scraps?
 
My system for organizing my scraps is simple; scraps sorted separately by size and then for the large or odd shaped pieces, grouped by colour. This works well for me, keeps me using my scraps and cuts down on the chaos of not finding what I want, when I want it. ;o) Find a system that suits you and your methods - I think that's what matters most. There's no "right" or "wrong" way to sort scraps!
 
 
"June" is the quilt pattern I tested from No Scrap Left Behind.  It's a fun design that goes together quickly and Amanda Jean's tips help it go smoothly from start to finish.  As suggested, I varied the widths of my strips and trimmed each unit afterwards. Chain piecing also works beautifully for making lots of strip units in a short amount of time.
 
The beautiful floral print fabric used for the large squares, is a European poplin designed by Rebekah Ginda for Swafing. I purchased it a couple of years ago, online from L'Oiseau fabrics in Calgary.
  My colour palette was inspired by the fabric that I decided would be perfect for the main squares in the quilt. I knew I had stashed that gorgeous print for something special! ;o)
 
 
Pink, orange and blue are abundant in my stash and I enjoyed mixing them all together for a colourful, scrappy quilt filled with energy.  Pink gingham for cornerstones and a sweet cherry print for the binding.  
 
The solid backing allows the dense free motion quilting to show off all the texture it adds.
 The solid pink for the backing, is from Free Spirit (in fuchsia) and I pieced strips of the main fabric along with the gingham in two narrow matching bands, to make the backing large enough. Love a pieced backing!
 
The wee cherry print seemed like the perfect choice for the binding!
 It's difficult to see all the quilting from the front of the quilt,  but it really shows on the solid fabric backing. 


Those large squares inspired me to free motion quilt big blooms in them, while the pieced frames I quilted in long loops.

 
There were approximately a bazillion thread ends to bury after my quilting - but I think it was totally worth it!  ;o)



This quilt was a joy to make!  It's a beautiful pattern that makes treasured scraps shine and it's easy to sew. 
 


  
 I am so tempted to make this pattern again! If you're short on scraps (um, not me...) I suggest you cut up charm squares for the narrow pieced sections and a couple of layer cakes for the large squares - wouldn't that be fun?
 
 
 Thank you so much for inviting me to be a part of the fun in celebrating your gorgeous and inspiring new book, Amanda Jean!
 
Thank you to C&T publishing for providing a free copy of No Scrap Left Behind for me to giveaway (hard copy for a U.S. winner or a digital copy for an international winner).
 
  •  To be entered to win a free copy of No Scrap Left Behind by Amanda Jean Nyberg; please leave a comment on this post between now and Friday May 5, 2017 at 9pm PST.
  • This giveaway is open to everyone, anywhere in the world. Please make sure I can contact you through your comment by leaving your email if you are a no-reply blogger. 


Here's this weeks blog tour stops...

Monday, May 1, Katherine Greaves (this is me!)
Tuesday, May 2, Tracy Mooney
Wednesday, May 3, Cheryl Arkison
Thursday, May 4, Debbie Jeske
Friday, May 5, Amy Smart
 
 Giveaway is now closed and the winner is...

 
Congratulations, Lorene!

267 comments:

  1. Love your choice of fabrics - this is a really cheerful quilt!!!

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  2. Gorgeous quilt! ❤️ I love how colorful and scrappy happy it is. Also love the quilted blooms! The book looks like a must have! :-)

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  3. Katherine, it is wonderful job! So big quilt with amazing colors, great quilting... Wonderful!

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  4. The quilt is beautiful! It is always difficult for me to determine the right quilting design to use but your large flowers and loops are perfect for this quilt.

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  5. This is gorgeus quilt, Katherine! Pattern looks very good and your fabrics and colours are really beautiful! I would bee happy to get new scrappy ideas from that book! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. Such a bright and cheery quilt. I am a big fan of Amanda's also and would love to have a copy of her book. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  7. Wow, your quilt is happy and vibrant. I love how Amandajean's patterns inspire us to greatness. Beautifully tested.

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  8. Your quilt is beautiful! Totally love it and would love to win a copy of the book!!

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  9. That is just GORGEOUS! The quilting is fantastic!

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  10. The quilting looks amazing! So pretty!

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  11. A beautiful quilt in both color and quilting! Love your color palette.

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  12. Your quilting shines! A great color combo, I'm partial to gingham! Well done!.

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  13. Those colors are so beautiful! I'm inspired to combine pink and orange now!

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  14. That is a gorgeous quilt! I love your color combination - orange is a color I'm still learning to use more of! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. Love the colors so bright and cheery! And the charm pack is a great idea. It is those we all seem to acquire so many of. I tend to make baby quilts out of them. But this is a great idea. This is a great book with lots of MOJO! Thanks for the ideas!

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  16. Love the colors and especially the large centers. Great idea to sort by size. That might work for me. Would love a copy of the book.

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  17. A beautiful and cheerful quilt, love the colors!

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  18. What a wonderful quilt!....and your pieced backing is perfect. :)

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  19. So pretty! I love using my scraps too. I usually have to force myself to cut into my stash. Haha.

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  20. Nice, colorful quilt! Love the way you quilted it.

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  21. Katherine,

    your quilt is just stunning! thank you for being a wonderful pattern tester and friend! :) your quilting on this quilt is nothing short of amazing. well done, all around! I love that you used a precious fabric from your stash for this quilt. now you can enjoy seeing it everyday, right?

    thanks so much for being a part of the blog tour!!

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  22. Wow, your quilt is so beautiful! I like the pattern,too. This looks like a great book.

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  23. That is such a beautiful quilt. Glad to see how you quilted it too.

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  24. I love, love .love the quilting , it makes the back even better.
    sharongalli@gmail.com

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  25. Your June quilt is bright and happy!

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  26. wow your quilt is truly lovely and inspiring. thanks for shairng

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  27. Your quilt is just gorgeous! The quilting is fabulous and I might need to make one of these myself!

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  28. What a delightful quilt! Your alternate block fabric really makes the quilt. Pink is not my favourite colour, but I love this quilt.

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  29. A lovely scrapbuster-quilt. Beautiful quilting, too. I would love to get a digital copy of Amanda´s amazing book. With love from Finland, Mari. (mamioja(at)luukku.com)

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  30. I have the book so don't enter me in your giveaway. I just had to tell you this is spectacular - fun colors - I love it.

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  31. That is a great quilt. I thought it would be too busy when I looked at the first picture, but you have overall cohesion that really keeps the eye un-confused. What a fantastic use of scraps! And that quilting......

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  32. Love scrappy quilts and yours is fabulous. I'd love additional inspiration for my scraps!

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  33. It is really a colorful quilt!! and I think this quilt would use a good chunk of my scraps ;)

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  34. What a bright happy quilt! I love yours and Amanda's quilts! Thanks for the chance to win the book!

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  35. Happy and Scrappy, can't wait to see the book!

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  36. I love the colors in your quilt... it's so bright and cheery!

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  37. Have enjoyed the blog hop so far and want to try some of the ideas presented.

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  38. Your quilt is gorgeous. Love your colour choices. I'd be so thrilled to win Amanda Jean's book.

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  39. Totally in love with your interpretation of June. The colours are delicious and so feminine! Love Amanda Jeans style. I love scrappy so much, this book would be so coveted and read over and over and over. And every pattern would be tried, they are all amazing!

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  40. I love your version of this quilt! It is so bright!!

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  41. I love your version of this pattern!! It's gorgeous!!

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  42. So pretty quilt!
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  43. As a new-ish quilter, my scrap bin is just getting started. This book has such wonderful, easy patterns! Thanks for the chance to win!
    tunyosmond at yahoo dot ca

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  44. Beautiful quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  45. I love your quilt front & back! I always go to my scrap collection first before I cut into new stuff, but at the end of every project I end up with more scrap than before!

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  47. Love the title of your blog and that orange and pink fabric combo! Sew much fun!

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  48. Loved your background fabric choice!

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  49. Love your quilt with this scrappy look. Amanda Jean has got so many nice scrappy ideas. Hope to win her book.

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  50. Amazed at the great quilting on your quilt! People sometimes think that dense quilting automatically means a rigid thin quilt but this shows that's not the case.

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  51. I absolutely love your quilt. It is so beautiful and cheerful looking. It would be wonderful for a Summer quilt. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  52. What a beautiful quilt! I do love the main square fabric. I like your simplified organization method for your scraps - they tend to get so overwhelming (I swear they multiply when I leave the room).

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  53. So yummy colors! Pure joy :) Beautiful.

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  54. Love your interpretation of Amanda Jean's quilt. Have her first book and would love her second as well.

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  55. I think your fabrics are absolutely perfect! And so is the binding. What a great version of Amanda Jean's quilt!

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  56. Excellent eye candy! Beautiful Quilt.

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  57. Wish I could quilt that well.

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  58. Your quilt is really cute. Thanks for sharing!!

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  59. Wow! I am bowled over by your quilt, it is wonderful!

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  60. Love, love the colors you chose for your quilt, (or they chose you)-just so pretty & bright! The back is perfect, and the quilting amazing! Thank you, Susan

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  61. HI! I really like your quilt - it is a bit more of a controlled scrappy - which I really like. I made Amanda's Sunday morning quilt and as soon as it was done, I had several more variations in my mind. I can see where this quilt has that same type of possibilities.

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  62. Your quilt is lovely. I think this is the first pattern I would try from the book.

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  63. Such bright happy colors! Love the quilt.

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  64. LOVE your version of Amanda Jean's quilt!!! Thanks for a chance to win a copy of the book.

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  65. Katherine, your scrappy quilt looks awesomely wonderful! Love the colors and the design. I'm glad to hear that someone besides me buries their thread tails rather than just snipping them off. I can't even phathom how many scraps you must have! You're always making something scrappy and wonderful.

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  66. That floral fabric is gorgeous! What a lovely quilt!

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  67. What a fun and charming quilt! Thanks for sharing!

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  68. Best, most beautiful thing I've seen all day.

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  69. This is a beautiful quilt and a lovely pattern. Love that background fabric. I am new to quilting but this is really inspiring me to get on with it.

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  70. I absolutely love your take on this quilt! it's so feminine and yet bold and cheery!!! This is one I am going to have a go at for sure!

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  71. Love your cheerful scrappy quilt.

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  72. Love Love Love your June Quilt. The green poka dots really make it pop. The quilting on the second quilt is amazing. Love the cherry print. Thank you so much for giving me an opportunity to win a copy of this awesome book. pmmertz@yahoo.com

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  73. I love seeing quilts interpreted by different people. Sometimes one variation inspires me more than another. I love your version maybe even a tiny bit more than the original. But it might be partly about your great color choices.

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  74. Beautiful quilt. It is so fun seeing different versions of the same quilt. The quilting is amazing!

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  75. I love your color combination!

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  76. Love your quilt. It's so happy!

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  77. I have the book, so please don't include me in the drawing, but I just had to comment on your beautiful interpretation of this quilt. I never would have thought of that, but I am glad you did, because it's gorgeous. I may have to try this.

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  78. what a beautiful quilt! I'd love to explore this book. thanks for the chance!

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  79. Oh my, this is a pretty one! I can just imagine how different it would look with choosing other colors. I do love your colors too! I'd love to make one!

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  80. Oh my gosh, I adore the colors you used. The pinks and oranges are so cheery!

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  81. Your quilt is gorgeous! It is just like the orange/pink rose bouquet I was given the other night. It would go great with your quilt!

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  82. What a pretty quilt--it just sings! Amanda Jean's patterns have a way of letting everyone's individuality shine through.

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  83. Bright and happy quilt, thanks for sharing!!

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  84. Your quilting is amazing! Beautiful color selection too!

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  85. Love the colors in your quilt. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  86. your quilt just sings to me...

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  87. This looks like a great book!

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  88. Wow! Love the color of your quilt

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  89. What a lovely quilt! And your quilting is absolutely beautiful too!

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  90. Love all the color of this quilt. Also love all quilts that have been highlighted from the book in this blog hop.

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  91. What a fun quilt! My daughter and I also love the bedframe you shared your quilt on! Thanks for sharing.

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  92. You chose all the perfect fabrics for this quilt. Wonderful!!! Can't wait to get my hands on the book. Thank you!!

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  93. Such a cheery quilt! I love using scraps. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  94. Love her. She came and did a trunk show 2 years ago for my guilds quilt show and now she is coming again this October. Can't wait to see what she brings this time. survivor972002@midco.net

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  96. The colors are stunning together - beautiful job!

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  97. Beautiful quilt!
    godblessamerica (at) windstream (dot) net

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  98. This is one of the quilts from the book I'm most drawn to. I love your version! It inspires me to be more daring with fabric couches.

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  99. Beautiful quilt! I love the colors you used!

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  100. Love the colors and the quilted blooms!!

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  101. I especially admire the quilting. Did you do it on a long arm or domestic machine? I've been following the Crazy Mom Quilts blog for over a year and would love to own a copy of either of her books.

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  102. Beautiful work on your quilt, from the fabric choices, to piecing to quilting. Thanks for sharing it!

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  103. What a happy scrappy wonderful quilt. I have an Free Spirit Iznik that would look just lovely for the main squares. Yeppers I wanna make this quilt.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  104. I have lots of scraps so I need this book. Beautiful quilt.

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  105. What an incredible quilt!! I'm glad I found your blog and will enjoy following from now on:)

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  106. I love this quilt and would love to win the book to make this quilt and others!

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  107. Oh my gosh, I love this quilt! That background fabric is seriously drool-worthy. It's beautiful. Thank you for the chance to win Amanda Jean's new book. momoftana at yahoo dot com

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  108. Your quilt is beautiful. I am really enjoying this "discovery" of your blog:)

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  109. Your quilt is gorgeous! I love how you took the chaos of scraps and made them behave. :)

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  110. I also follow Amanda for ages. I love both yours and hers quilting.
    Both stay in my blog list in the hope : one day ... may be, i'll dare begin a quilt
    xx meri

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  111. Love what you did with this quilt! So cheerful and fun!

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  112. I love this colorful quilt! So happy!

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  113. I absolutely love your quilt! Your color choses are so cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  114. My system for scraps is if it's over 12" long then it becomes a strip. Anything under is cut down into squares. I think I'm going to start saving odd shaped pieces for string pieces. Love the girly quilt you Posted.

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  115. Love your choice of colors...craftdee5atyahoodotcom

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  116. What a good way to use up those little scraps! Thanks!
    gigiv13@gmail.com

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  117. Katherine, It's great to meet you via this Scrappy tour! I love that you suggested dicing up layer cakes and charm squares for this pattern...just happen to have a leftover one of each . Gorgeous quilting, love the candy ribbons.
    bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  118. This quilt is beautiful! I love seeing a version with a multicolored print in the large squares.

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  119. What a happy looking cheerful quilt!
    Vicki

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  120. What a happy looking cheerful quilt!
    Vicki

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  121. Wow! Your quilt is wonderful and the quilting and interesting back are fantastic! Great use of color. Wow!!

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  122. I really like your fabric choices for this quilt, especially your choice of two fabrics on the squares! When I saw the piecing on the back of the quilt, I immediately thought suspenders. Why, I have no idea but good job on both the front and back!

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  123. This is a great spring and summer quilt. Really like the way 9 used a print for background unsteady of solid

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  124. This quilt is just gorgeous!!!love the big squares in a print along with the scraps.

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  125. I have scraps and am determined to leave none behind

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  126. I love that Amanda Jean's quilt patterns are truly scrap quilts! I have lots of scraps and am determined to use them all in my lifetime!! Ohioholman@aol.com

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  127. I really love the colors you chose for this quilt. Paula in KY

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  128. wow, that is one bright and bold quilt but it all works so well together! stucker1261@gmail.com

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  129. Love your cheery quilt. Did you use foundation for your strip sets?

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  130. I love your quilt and it is perfect on that bed. I always throw scraps from the quilt onto the back. If I have to make a seam I might as well make it cute! Thank you for participating in the blog hop. It has been fun. pam
    Please excuse if I have a double post. For some reason Chrome wouldn't print my comment that I could find. Trying Firefox. :)

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  131. The quilt is so pretty, but what really amazed me was your quilting. Nicely done! I love how different your quilt was from Amanda Jean's-both so cheery and bright! Makes getting her book quite compelling!

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  132. A gorgeous quilt. I love the scrappiness of it paired with the floral fabric

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  133. I love your quilt, photos, and post! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. I would be thrilled to win.

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  134. It never stops being a surprise to me how totally different a quilt can look with another's use of fabrics. Beautiful! I really like Amanda Jean's quilt, but yours is also a delight! I laughed at the selection process for the main squares. I too have fabric that has not found their quilt yet!
    Blessings,
    Debbie
    ollieami ( at ) aol ( dot ) com

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  135. Oh wow! I can only imagine how many little threads you had to deal with! But your quilt is a marvel, and the quilting is GORGEOUS!!

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  136. I love your quilt....I don't think I could ever come up with a great combo like you did. Your quilting is phenomenal. I wish I had that skill!

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  137. I love the combination of pink and orange, and I really love the gingham. Your quilt is beautiful.

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  138. Such a happy quilt! Your background fabric use is inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

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  139. The fabric you used for the main squares is so lovely and colourful and I think you have been very clever in the way you have used the colours within this fabric for the scraps you have used. The effect is very colourful and very well balanced.

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  140. It's fun to see a quilt with a bright print where I would use a solid. It opens my mind to new fun ideas. Thanks for sharing!

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  141. Love your version of the quilt. The colors are so bright and cheerful. I have never used a print for background like that. Maybe next time I will!

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  142. A wonderful bright and happy quilt. I like the coordinated yet scrappy fabric choices. mfhagopian@aol.com

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  143. Beautiful quilt - so bright and cheery.....love the FMQ also.

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  144. I love your main fabric choice. It's such a fun print! Your quilt is adorable! I would love to have a copy of Amanda Jean's book. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  145. Wow, I really love how both yours and Amanda Jean's quilts turned out! Great choice of colours, such happy quilts. Your quilting is also fabulous. Sewing machine or long arm?

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  146. Such a great way to deplete the scrap stash...and such a happy quilt

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  147. I love your bed! Your use of the lovely print for the squares is so cool with the scrappy strips. I would be so pleased to receive a copy of this quilt book. Enjoyed your post! Mary in Az

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  148. This looks so fabulous with the low contrast prints. It's a great interpretation of the original.

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  149. Pink and orange is such a hot combo. Love your quilt!

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  150. Your quilt is so pretty. Love the focus fabric and your color choices. Also, the FMQ is lovely. Thank you for a chance to win this lovely book. I have tons of scraps just waiting to become a beautiful quilt.

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  151. I love your really pretty version of the scrappy quilt. Thank you for showing a less scrap version of the pattern. I can imagine any little girl loving to rest under that quilt.

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  152. The colours are so happy in your quilt! Beautifully done.

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  153. What a great quilt - I love your choice of colours!

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  154. Your quilt is gorgeous! I absolutely love the color scheme and now I really want to make one myself!

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  155. This is a charming quilt. I have several cute prints that would work for the large blocks. I may have to join Amanda Jean's QAL, even though I don't need to start another new project.

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  156. Your quilt looks so happy and cherry! I love scrappy quilts! I would love to win her book!

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  157. Love the quilt. This looks like a great book. I know I have plenty of scraps I need to put to good use.

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  158. I love your happy, cheerful quilt! I would love to win a copy of the book to make one for myself!
    Thank you!
    S. L. F.

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  159. Wow! Such an amazing quilt- those colors are so pretty! Honestly wouldn't have thought it was a "scrap quilt"!

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  160. Wow! I just love your version. I'm a big fan of prints and having a big mix of them in a single quilt your quilt really speaks to my heart. Beautiful interpretation of Amanda Jean's design.

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  161. I really enjoyed seeing your version of the quilt.

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  162. Wow. What a marvelous quilt and pattern. You inspired me to look at fabric I have that might be enough for the big squares and work from there

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  163. this is one awesomely beautiful quilt!

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  164. What a beautiful quilt you made! Your version is just awesome!

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  165. I love your colors! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  166. Thanks for sharing your beautiful quilt. Very inspiring!

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  167. I absolutely love your take on this quilt! You have inspired me.

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  168. As a new quilter I'm interested in how others make their backings. I think yours is lovely! Thanks for sharing your efforts with us.

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  169. Beautiful! Those are the colors I love too!

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  170. It's lovely, Katherine! This book is definitely at the top of my wish list!

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  171. I love both of the quilts using this pattern. I have been wanting to begin a string project. This one is perfect.

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  172. String quilts are a favorite of mine.

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  173. I love your quilt, those are some of my favorite colors! I have been following Amanda Jean for just a little while and I love her scrappy quilts.

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  174. I love Amanda Jean Nyberg's work! This looks like a great book.

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  175. I love scrap quilts and your colors are wonderful!

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  176. I love your choice of fabrics. I need to start sorting my scraps

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  177. I'm afraid to make such bold color choices. Thanks for showing us it can be done.

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  178. Wow your quilt is awesome, the bright colors are just so pretty!!!

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  179. I love scrap quilts! Your's is so cheerful!

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  180. Your quilt is just lovely, and so happy looking. Thanks so much for sharing!

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