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Saturday, March 16, 2024

Villa Rosa Blog Hop - My Day

Welcome to my day for the Villa Rosa Blog Hop - Fast and More Fun! If you have missed any of the posts, you can check below, where I have a clickable list of all participants. A big pat on the back to our hostess, Tricia at Villa Rosa Designs! I am so appreciative of her putting together this blog hop with such amazing prizes and a list of 28 participants! Thank you Tricia! And thank you Jeanna and Wendy for the reminder that today is National (aka Worldwide or International) Quilting Day!

NOTE: If you were unable to find the post for CT Publishing yesterday, they were experiencing technical difficulties with their Comment section. I have added their link to today's list. Be sure to note the link in their post to enter their giveaway!

You can win prizes!
OK first let's talk about prizes! Each participating blogger gets to select a total of 7 winners, including three Individual Prize winners, one winner for a set of the Blog Hop patterns, and three names for entries into the Grand Prize drawings!! That means that seven of you who comment on my blog will have a chance to be entered into the giveaways! I will do a random drawing at the end of the blog hop and send a list to Tricia. If you win, you will be notified by email. Please note that if your comment posts as "Anonymous", please put your name and email address in your comment so you can be contacted! You may find a list of sponsors toward the end of this post.

This is a quilt I made in 2017 with Tricia's Akito pattern. You may read the details in this post.


Tricia's patterns are on pretty cards or you can purchase the digital editionFor this blog hop, Tricia generously offered us these five Villa Rosa patterns from which to choose for our creations, or we could make all of them. I had trouble making up my mind, but ultimately I chose Twinkle (on the right), with Gypsy running a close second. The set of five patterns is only $8.95, and you may purchase the set right here, or you can find information on the individual patterns below:
For this pattern I chose fabrics from a kit I bought in 2014 - Elementary by Basic Grey - and for the sashing a I used a fabric I purchased from That's So Janice on Etsy - a floral from 2013, "Serenity" from Riley Blake Designs.

My favorite quilt holder skillfully tamed the quilt in the breeze
The kit I bought contained a layer cake and a jelly roll, along with yardage. I used the yardage for part of the pieced backing and jelly roll pieces for the scrappy binding.

Pieced backing (Same favorite quilt holder, different shoes)

Quilting was with a free panto from Urban Elementz - Lisa's Raindrops. I absolutely love how it turned out.

Backing

Toby had to step in for quality control before I sewed on the binding

Jack likes the colors with his ginger handsomeness

Gypsy
This flimsy was made using Gypsy - I love the name and the pattern! This one may end up larger with borders like Cheree's version, and I have started a second one with colors inspired by Kathleen's beautiful version! It is an easy pattern to put together, and I really enjoyed choosing a variety of fabrics, and I see more of these in the future.

PRIZE INFO:
  • There will be prizes from sponsors: Hoffman, Moda, Timeless Treasures, Jaftex, Electric Quilt, Banyan Batiks/Northcott, Benartex, Hancock’s of Paducah, Fox Chapel/Landauer, and C&T Publishing.
  • Plus a complete set of the patterns used in this blog hop from Villa Rosa Designs.
  • And the grand prizes: Kaffe Fassett Precuts Collection, $100 digital gift certificate for Hancock’s of Paducah, A Big Mystery Box of Quilting Goodies, and Download of Electric Quilt 8
Prize registration closes Sunday, March 23 2024

Here is a list of participating blogs (with clickable links) for the week and today's links in BOLD:
Thursday, March 14:

Friday, March 15

Saturday March 16
Valerie at https://www.ctpub.com/blog/ (The link to enter their giveaway i
Linda at https://www.texasquiltgal.com/ (YOU ARE HERE)

Sunday, March 17

Monday, March 18

Tuesday, March 19

Wednesday, March 20

Thursday, March 21

Be sure to leave a comment if you'd like a chance to win a prize!

154 comments :

  1. Linda, the Twinkle pattern is my favorite one and I love your fabric choices. I think the Gypsy pattern is so versatile. It’s a great design for fabrics that are too pretty to cut small. The size is great too. (JoyfullyTracie at G mail)

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  2. Good Morning. The Gypsy is one of my favorite easy patterns. I love large prints and often use it to display them. My Gypsy always seems to get bigger😂 I love the twinkle and the backing. I need to do more of using up my fabrics for the back! Texas is on bucket list.
    Bassyarddog@gmail.com

    Texas is my bucket list

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  3. I love how different a quilt can look depending on the fabrics. Nice job!

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  4. Your Twinkle quilt came out beautifully. The colors are very soothing. I have enjoyed working on several VRD patterns in the past and I am sure I will be making more in the future.

    Sherry V. stitchingwithsherryv@blogspot.com. oohaysistun at yahoo dot com

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  5. I love what your chose for your Twinkle quilt! I didn't realize it was from half squares triangles until today! Nice!

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  6. Love your quilts & cats! maymewyns@yahoo.com

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  7. Cute fabric selections for your Twinkle and Gypsy quilts, Linda!!! Funny about the shoes!?!

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  8. Linda, I love your version of Twinkle! It is so fun in the Elementary fabric. Although I had some of it in my stash at one time, I haven't seen the print you used for the sashing, and I like how it really made the star blocks pop! I can't believe you went on and made two more quilt tops as well. These Villa Rosa patterns definitely do look fast to sew up! Yours is a beautiful finish!

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  9. You were the first to use that pattern! I love your enthusiasm and the way you made 2 quilts and are working on a third. Janice(dot)snell(at)gmail.com

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  10. I had to do a double take between the Twinkle pattern and your quilt. They look so different. That's just one reason I love these patterns. They take on different personalities with different fabrics. Thank you for sharing your quilt holder and beautiful family with us. ritasevig@gmail.com. Rita Sevig

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  11. I like making half square triangles so I think I would try the Twinkle quilt like you did. I am thinking blues and tans might be a good color combo. Great job. homemom570@gmail.com

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  12. Both quilts are nice but Melody is my favorite. I have that pattern and hope to make a quilt from it soon. Happy stitching!

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  13. Twinkle first and Gypsy second, we’re also my personal picks. I have some old kits that would work for both! Smithcindyk@gmail.com

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  14. Love your choices of fabric. Each quilt has a totally different look depending on the fabric used. Your blog is a fun read!

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  15. I thought I really liked the Twinkle pattern but now I love it after seeing your fabric choice. Gives the quilt a totally different look. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  16. Love the quilts with different fabrics created a different look. I love the binding and backing too! Kate Call kcall1146@gmail.com

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  17. I really love your Twinkle quilt…great job! I have found most of the VRD patterns to be quick and fun. Thanks for sharing all your beautiful makes. Erica T (skynme2@hotmail.com)

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  18. The Twinkle pattern was one of my favorites but now it really is a favorite after seeing your choice of fabric. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  19. I love that you used dark sashing, making the stars pop. I already liked the pattern but now I see how versatile it is!

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  20. I love your version of Twinkle! I have loved Basic Grey’s lines for many years. tizzy5552@yahoo.com

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  21. Pamela Dempsey in Northeast Texas 😻March 16, 2024 at 8:09 AM

    I love your Twinkle quilt! So pretty 🤩

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    1. Hi Pamela I hope you'll come back and leave your email so I can enter you into the drawing!

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  22. Hello. All these ideas you bloggers are giving make many new projects added to me need to make list.
    Your cats are adorable
    Happy creating
    Charlene Morris
    Charlene622@yahoo.com

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  23. Thank you for sharing your version of Twinkle. And your Gypsy quilts. Looks like your helpers like them also. Pedill@yahoo.com

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  24. I have to agree with Jack - I love the colors!! Thanks for sharing. L_opdahl@hotmail.com

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  25. I have to agree with Jack - I love the colors!! Thank you for sharing. L_opdahl@hotmail.com

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  26. Love your quilts! I had to look a couple of times at Twinkle because it looks so different than the one on the pattern! Your cats are beautiful. I have 2 as well.

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    1. Hi Donna, I hope you'll come back and leave your email address so you can be in the drawings!

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  27. I think your color choices are beautiful, these patterns go together so fast. rem9640@aol.com

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  28. "Gypsy" is my favorite design from this year's VRD card bundle. I hope to make several charity quilts with it - fast & delightful & a great stash buster!

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  29. Love your quilt, but I am even more in love with your Toby. My last studio cat was a tuxedo that looked just like him. (marmic1954@hotmail.com)

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  30. Both your quilts are beautiful! Well done!

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  31. Linda - Wow! You got so much done for the hop. Love the quilt and the quilt holder with all of the shoe changes for his modeling stint. Well done. :-)

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  32. Your Twinkle sparkles and your quilt inspectors seem to approve of it :).

    Thanks for your Gypsy as well; I look forward to making it.

    memorton@gmail.com

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  33. Such awesome fabric choices! I love them!

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  34. The cocoa/blue colorway for Twinkle is wonderful! And, oh, the backing fabric--I'm a sucker for text prints. Happy NQD and Happy Hop!

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  35. Great choice of fabrics for Twinkle! I love your Gypsy top as well! Good to see the fur babies, too!

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  36. Fabulous quilts! That line you used for Twinkle is fabulous and I like the sashing added to it too! The back and binding are fabulous as is your choice of quilting patterns! Gypsy done in those colors is fabulous and I like the idea of making it a bit longer. I haven't decided on bordering mine or not...and am humbled that you are inspired by version. It was a fast and easy one to put together - wasn't it!

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  37. Oh my, the colors you used are absolutely terrific. It is a gorgeous quilt…and pets too! jfoor@att.net

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  38. My favorite pattern is Twinkle. Lots of design possibilities and good use for a fabric line! Happy National Quilting Day, everyone!

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  39. Hi! You did a wonderful job on the Twinkle pattern. It turned out so pretty. The turquoise and brown are so beautiful together. Your flimsy of the Gypsy rose was beautiful as well! I loved them both. My email for the contest is Jason_burnside @ hotmail. com

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  40. Twinkle is my favorite design, like the quilt holder with changeable footwear. 24Tangent@gamil.com

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  41. Love your quilt you are 1st to do Twinkle and I think that will be a perfect pattern for a Quilt of Valor. Am definietly putting that pattern on my list of things to get .

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  42. jsyoungsurgery@gmail.com thank you

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  43. Elementary is one of my favorite fabric lines and I love seeing it made up in the Gypsy pattern. Tacdahatgmaildotcom

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  44. I love the colors in Twinkle!! It looks so complex but is easy when you see the instructions. And your helpers are adorable!! Looking forward to seeing more!
    Eboward@yahoo.com

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  45. Thanks for sharing your quilt and quality control team.

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  46. I like Cheree's version of Gypsy and the color theme of Kathleen's version also. Love you Twinkle quilt. So many ideas, so little time. Lol

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  47. Tricia I love your fabric choices! Twinkle really shines! Shell688 at aol dot com

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  48. Hi Linda! Beautiful fabric choices in Twinkle. I just adore that color palette. It's just so calming and your quilt holder did a fabulous job. Jack know how to pick a quilt to enhance his looks, and Toby looks quite fetching modeling on it, too. Plus, you did a second quilt top! Overachiever! {{Hugs}} a bunch. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  49. Ah, to leave comments or to go cut strips!?! I agree, Cheree has some great borders setting off Gypsy.
    Thank you for your ideas & your cute cat photos! Diane dvcarousel4@gmail.com

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  50. I'm looking fwd to diving back into my scraps. Thanks for your inspiration & cute cat photos.
    dvcarousel4@gmail.com

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  51. The Twinkle pattern is my favorite of the 5, and yours is beautiful!! I also really like the Gypsy quilt.. your fabrics are perfect! Thank you for sharing!!

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  52. Your quilt is really nice! We need those quilt holders! =) kdcamp4attelusdotnet

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  53. That Twinkle quilt is beautiful! I have a kitty who loves being part of my quilting efforts, too.
    pmrj333 at gmail dot com

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  54. Twinkle quilt turned out wonderful! I like the Gypsy one too.

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  55. Your quilt is just lovely! Thanks for sharing. nancydotsumneratcomcastdotnet

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  56. Your fabrics make the Twinkle pattern look so different! It's beautiful!

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  57. Loving the backing. From the first picture it looked to be small rows of blue added to the backing. But looking at the closer shot, I love the numbers and how they look both up close and a distance.

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  58. Love the colors and fabrics you used in Twinkle!

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  59. What a fun Blog hop! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  60. I really like your quilt.

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  61. I really like your quilt.

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  62. Love your quilt also love villa Rosa patterns I have more than I'll ever be able to use but always want more madambonnet @aol.com

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  63. Great Patterns. Love the fabrics you used.

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  64. Lovely quilt! So well done - I liked seeing Twinkle made up~ I do like all of the quilts being showcased! The hop has been so much fun - Thank you ! butler83ataoldotcom

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  65. Your quilts are awesome. Thank you for sharing yours with us!

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  66. Your quilts turned out absolutely beautiful!

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  67. I am a new follower and am enjoying the different colors everyone chose for the quilts. The VRD patterns are so perfect to try something new. What fun!

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  68. I haven't met a star pattern I didn't like, and your version of Twinkle is no exception, Linda!! Great job! Plus, it's great to use fabric from your stash!! Have a great weekend, friend!

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  69. I wasn't initially drawn to Twinkle - but love your version. Funny how different fabrics can completely change the look of a quilt. Thanks for showing me that again!!

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  70. Both quilts are lovely. Thanks for sharing and being on the Blog Hop. Deb. dove1615@gmail.com

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  71. I love the star quilt!

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  72. I love what you did with Gypsy. I love your Twinkle too.

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  73. I love how you turned the Twinkle pattern into a star quilt. The colors are great too!

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  74. Beautiful quilts. I like the subtle palette of Twinkle.

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  75. I love the colors in your quilt. Thanks for posting the C&T publishing link, too.

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  76. I already liked the Gypsy pattern, but now I see I'm going to need that Twinkle pattern, too. Your colors are lovely. Thanks for sharing. (shawkers@msn.com)

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  77. I recently.met Tricia in Meadville and she was so friendly and I absolutely love all the quilts and patterns. MINDYWOLFE MTWOLFEDEN@GMAIL.COM

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  78. Your quilt is beautiful and inspiring. Thank you.
    mango968atearthlinkdotnet

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  79. Twinkle sewed up beautiful! And I see you’ve used other patterns also. Glad you are part of the blog hop.
    Mrssummy@gmail.com.

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  80. Love that you used the Twinkle pattern. I hadn't seen anyone else's yet.

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  81. What a nice finish . Twinkle is my favorite of the patterns shown. cmberry@lsu.edu

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  82. The Twinkle pattern is one of my favorites. Your fabric chose is perfect.

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  83. Twinkle is the pattern I'd choose, too, among the ones offered in this hop! I'm thinking it would be super to use up my smaller scrap stash (use up? who am I kidding?) , and still make it bright and colorful. How lucky you were to find a sashing border that coordinated so perfectly! Great work!

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  84. The colors you used in Twinkle are at the top of my favs! I like the way your fabrics change the look of the quilt.
    Droseman58atyahoodotcom

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  85. I really like your fabric choices for Twinkle! The backing is great too!
    Droseman58 at yahoo dot com

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  86. The more I see it, the more I think Twinkle will be one of my next quilts. I love the colors you used in yours.
    mlminnis@windstream.net

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  87. I love how Twinkle turned out and the fabric you used. One of my favorite color palettes..
    kathy_cocker@yahoo.com

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  88. Love your quilt! eddiesongathotmaildotcom

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  89. This is the pattern I have been trying to pick patterns for so thank you for the inspiration in what you did.

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  90. Love your quilt--I like the flowered sashing! Also noticed that you also have some fabrics that have been just waiting a while for just the right opportunity--as do I!! Ha!! barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  91. Great quilt, love pieced backings! Thanks for sharing, Villa Rosa patterns rock! odiane79 at yahoo dot com

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  92. llkunkel@hotmail.comMarch 16, 2024 at 6:57 PM

    Twinkle is pretty pattern and your fabrics "oldies but goodies" make it shine

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  93. llkunkel@hotmail.comMarch 16, 2024 at 6:58 PM

    twinkle is a pretty pattern, but your "oldies but goodies" fabric make it shine.

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  94. Twinkle turned out great and what great fabric choices. I also like Riley Blake fabric and I believe my cats do too! It is really hard to pick a favorite pattern from the new ones above but I sure like 31. I have a stash of panels and that is a great one to use my stash!

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  95. Your fabric picks for both quilts are great. I love that you pulled some older fabric to use. Thank you for the chance to win and Happy National Quilting Day!
    Deb FitzGerald
    Debf1243@aol.com

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  96. I love your work! That quilt with the brown and turquoise coloring is so lovely. I also am crazy about that backing! I do like fabric that features text.

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  97. I love the colors and fabrics you chose for this quilt, Linda. It looks like it could have been made completely from quarter-square triangles or from those and some flying geese. (I nearly always try to figure out how quilts were made.) Thanks!

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  98. Linda, your take on Twinkle is stunning! I think the darker print for the sashing just makes your quilt look gorgeous!

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  99. I need to make a Gypsy quilt. It looks like it is great fun to do.
    Dyane Frig
    dfrig@yahoo.com

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  100. I love how you used the fabrics in your beautiful Twinkle quilt! And your kitties are delightful. Thanks so much for sharing this. And I'm so happy to discover your your lovely blog.

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  101. Your Twinkle came out so pretty! Thank you for sharing! I like the idea for the Gypsy too.
    Mrspcballard at Gmail dot com

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  102. Love your version of the quilt and your handsome quilt kitties.

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  103. The sashing on the Twinkle pattern really makes it look nice. It's so pretty. paweis at yahoo dot com

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  104. Your version of Twinkly looks very different, I love what you have done!

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  105. great use of your stash. I love your Twinkle jacominaderegt@gmail.com

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  106. I am really enjoying this blog hop. I am new to VRD and seeing a lot I want to make. Even bought one today at the international quilt museum in Nebraska. Love your quilts you made, especially the backing for twinkle. Jillne1@hotmail.com

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  107. Your fabrics really make your quilt!

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  108. I love these patterns and quilts. I think Gypsy is a favorite.

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  109. Wow. Great prizes. I love Villa Rose patterns. They are such fun and I love your quilt. Great selection of colours for the pattern style. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  110. The twinkle quilt is beautiful! Deb Foc dlfmcq@gmail.com

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  111. Love your teal/brown version of Twinkle and your colorful version of Gypsy is really cute too.

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  112. Thanks for participating in the blog hop.

    I love your quilt. Have some fabrics I may use for the gypsy.

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  113. I am so glad Toby is on the job, and kudos to your talented quilt holder!

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  114. I like the more neutral look you made with Twinkle! Nadja, nbod@hotmail.com

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  115. Love your quilt, particularly the with your gorgeous cats on it! I have a Parker and a Roxy that help me sew.

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  116. Love your version of twinkle. Wonderful colors.

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  117. great quilts today. i love your kitty inspectors. looks like they are 'johnny on the spot' at work. thanks for the opportunity to win a prize. patti in florida pleal@cfl.rr.com

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  118. Great job ,I'm loving how everybody is using up there scraps on the back....Great job ty for sharing your talents...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  119. Happy to see others with the same vintage fabric that's in my collection! My ginger kitty, Nickie, always has to test ride my quilts, too!

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  120. Twinkle is my favorite of the pattern set. Yours is the first one I have seen made up. I love it!

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  121. A completed project and another quilt top, too? Look at you being an overachiever, Linda! Your Hop quilt was a great use for that old kit.

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  122. Love the scrappiness of the Gypsey. Just finished a flimsy sing that pattern.

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  123. Choice of fabrics makes such a difference

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  124. Twinkle would have been my choice as well. Your fabric selection is so pretty and the kitties really know how to show it off!

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  125. The aqua and muted tones are just so pretty. Love your version of Twinkle.

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  126. The fabrics you used for your Twinkle are very pretty :)

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  127. I love how all of the Gypsy quilts are looking, I may need to add that VRD card to my collection!!! And I love the idea of adding borders to it! I'm also looking forward to making Twinkle, I've recently been obsessing over HSTs!

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  128. Your quilt is lovely--especially with your color choices. Thanks for sharing.

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  129. Twinkle is a great pattern. Thanks for the fun.

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  130. isn't it wonderful how different fabric selections make a quilt so different from another. I'm inpressed that you keep up with where the fabric comes from and the line! Great job!

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  131. I love your version of Twinkle! I think it's my favorite pattern in the bunch...

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  132. Twinkle was my first choices, and I still plan to make it. Like you, I did a multicolour version of Gypsy, and also, like you, am enamoured of Katheen's monotone version and plan to do that too!

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  133. Twinkle is my favorite pattern in this year's choice selection. Your quilt is lovely!

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  134. Love the fabrics you've chosen! Can't wait to see if you add a border!

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  135. Hi! I think I already left s comment, but I might not have left an email. Your Twinkle and Gypsy were gorgeous! Looking forward to more of your work. Thanks for considering me for this contest. Jason_burnside@hotmail.com

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  136. Oh my gosh--I love your fabric choices!! I remember "Elementary"! I just used my last piece in a mug rug. And the fabric you used for "Gypsy" was one of my all-time favorites. It was the only FQ bundle I ever received as a gift...and I made our couch cover out of it, which took the worst beating from our dogs and cats. I learned my lesson and won't use dearly loved fabrics that way again! etalmage@earthlink.net

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  137. Both of your quilts look great! Twinkle would be my first choice to make too.

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  138. Those quality control guys never miss out on an opportunity!

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  139. One of my favourite colorways. I love it, Linda!! Toby and Jack are looking fantastic on the new quilt of course. Looking forward to seeing how you finish Gypsy.

    -Soma

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  140. Your quilts are lovely! Twinkle and Ebb Tide are my favorites but seeing all the gypsy rose quilts, I'm liking it now.

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  141. I still have bits of fabric from the Elementary line! I love what you have done with the VRD pattern and those cool fabrics.

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  142. Love the fabrics you used in your twinkle quilt.

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  143. Spring=daffodils!—-sue/missmaggie54@yahoo.com

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  144. I love the colors in your Twinkle quilt. Sue at sad.lerch.family

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  145. I have made the Gypsy pattern, yours looks great. edgarkevin@sbcglobal.net

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  146. Beautiful quilts! The fabrics you used in Twinkle are soothing and earthy I feel. emilylfreese at gmail dot com

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  147. Your quilts are beautiful and I love your fabric and color selection. But what makes me absolutely smile is seeing your sweet cats on top of your lovely quilts. Delightful.

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  148. I so enjoyed reading your blog. I like the colors you chose in Tricia's pattern "Twinkle". gaynelquilts@gmail.com

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  149. If I didn't already say so...this is just so pretty Linda. You always do a wonderful job of selecting fabrics.

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  150. Such a beautiful quilt and cat approved makes it even better!! Love the inspiration you have shared with us! xx

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