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October 21, 2011



I would start with the patchwork boxes, I think they are so great!

Darlis Johns

I would start with the fabric boxes. Then the "dream, believe" runner. All the projects look great. Thanks for the chance.

Caryl W

I like the ripple effect runner!! If I had the book in my hand...I would check what fabric I had and go for that...I might start with the placemats!!

Mary Ellen H.

I would make the baby quilt first. Love the Wings of Love pattern and the name you chose for the quilt is perfect. Thinking about various color schemes. Thanks for having the giveaway; always a pleaure.

Jacqui VMS

I'd definitely do that table runner with the little IKEA dishes!!! LOVE those and have them myself. I even had a tea party for my grandkids this past summer using the IKEA kids dishes...we had a blast. That tablerunner would be a fabulous addition!

Jacqui in Canada


I would start with a tote and the fabric boxes. Thanks for the fun week- all the photos and ideas. You are great!


I love the ripple runner!

Pat V.

If I had your book, I'd immediately start on wings of love! My good friend is expecting, this will be perfect!

Lori M

I'd go for the placemats and tablerunners. I know I'd be able to finish them for sure in 6 hours and have something wonderful to show for it. I just love the wedge look of the placemats & runner.


Mama Dub

I want to make the bed runner and matching pillows. Actually I want to make every project in this book! I can't wait to get a copy! Thanks for the fun week.

Heather W.

Tough decision! I think I would do the roundhouse runner first and then boxes and the playtime runner :)


For sure I would start with the tote! i love it! thanks!


There are several projects I would like to make, but I would probably start with the little quilt Nolan is on in today's post as I have several friends with babies on the way. I also love several of the runners and would love to make the boxes in several sizes. This book just has so many useful projects! Thanks for sharing.


I really love the boxes and I'd use any green fabric I have on hand. I am desperately in need of storage space and everything will coordinate with or is green.


I'd do the runners for me, then for gifts. Just to find the time to do them all.




I would make the Ripple Effects runner with some Fiona's Fancy :) THANKS for the chance!

Karin E

I would make the wonderful baby quilt as I will be first time grandma in December. Oh how would baby and mama love this. Karin E:)


Very hard choice. But I think the first thing I would sew are the boxes! My daughter would love some for her new room!Thanks for the booktour. It was much fun!


I would definitely start with the tote. I really need to get that done. Maybe for my son! The boxes would be next and then the table runners. How many days off do we get????

Philomena Gaslard

Spelling corrections I would have to make two of each.


I would make the tote bag first and then move on to the tablerunner, placemats, little boxes and oh, the little quilts too. This is a fabulous book. Congratulations! Thank you for the giveaway.

Philomena Gaslard

I love those table runners, all of them and the bags and boxes too. I love to make them all for Christmas gifts so that means I would ahve to make to of each one for myself and one for a gift.


I would start with the placemats and hope to get at the fabric boxes and the pillow cover sometime too. The pictures really make me want to head to my sewing room. Thanks for sharing with us.


Without a doubt, I would work on the Grab N' Go Tote. I'm already excited about this one! They would make great gifts and help with my organizing OCD.

Thank you for sharing all of your new projects with us.


I would start with the fabric boxes and make them out of Twirl fabric. Those happy prints make me smile, and I can always use more containers for organizing my studio.


I absolutely love the Knick Knack Bed Runner and coordinating Pillow - that would be the first project. Followed by the Ripple Effect Runner. I really like your fabric choices too! Thanks for the chance to win a copy of this amazing new book!

Leslie J.

I'd start with the laminate bags, and then move to the cubes and on to the placemats-6 hours of uninterrupted sewing? Oh, the things I might accomplish! Thanks for the wonderful preview!


I think I would make the roadhouse runner first, although some of the other projects would be very close behind. Christmas presents need to get done....


I love making table runners, but the fabric boxes would be top on my list.

Quilty Jen

The laminate bag! Definitley. I could use one right now. Then I would make the boxes. And a few runners. I love all these projects and can't wait to get a copy of the book!

Ella Taylor

I love them all but with my time limited I would do the table runners, all of them


Lori Stephens

They are all so wonderful I would spend the first hour looking through the book and playing eenie meenie. But the one that stands out the most right now is the boxes. That is such a clever idea and can be used anywhere and for anything. I can't wait. Thanks.


I'd make the boxes first! They would definitely help with all the reorganizing I've been talking about doing lately. They'd also be great for the welcome baskets that I'm going to have for my out-of-town guests at my wedding in June!

Kat Scribner

I would have to make the placemats for the round tables first! But, after that, I would have to make most of the projects in the book. I love small, quick projects....keeps me entertained. But I'm still behind in making some projects in your previous books. I better get busy!

Erin Earl

I definitely would make the boxes first and then move on to the runners! I love the ripple effect runner and that will be the first runner I start with! Thank you!

Darlene B

If I was going to be selfish, I would make the Playtime runner for me, but if I was planning ahead for Christmas (which I should be) I would make the placemats for a round table for my parents. And then, there are those cute cubes for storage.....So hard to just pick one thing!

Vickie Streich

As hard as it would be to decide, I think I would start with the Ripple Effect runner. I'm envisioning Christmas presents! All of your patterns are wonderful and your instructions are always so easy to understand. Thank you for all you offer!

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