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July 16, 2012


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Chris Spring

Thrilled to find your profile in Quilt Magazine when on holiday in Queensland, Australia. Love the sleek modern designs. Lopapeysa, Kite Runner and Manly designs look great, particularly good for quilts to be sewn quickly, for fundraising charity events.


I really love the Lopapeysa quilt - but they all seem to be a really nice harmony between tradutional quilting and modern styles - pulled off so effortlessly I feel like I might have a chance to achieve it too :)


What a coincidence! I saw your book on Connecting Threads, and did a search to see if there were any details available on blogs - What fun projects!

Jenni Brown

I've been looking for some new patterns to try for project linus donations and these look fabulous!

Rebecca Smallwood

I love how these are so different from the traditional quilt blocks. I can think of several people I would love to make these quilts for!


This is perfect! I've been quilting forever and have decided i need to get some quilt books!


The Daisy Dreams is so lovely and I know just the person I'd make it for!


I've been quilting for years, and I've never owned a quilt book. This one has so many wonderful big bold designs that I just absolutely love. I'd love to try some of these designs out!

Lisa Marie

Wow, this book looks great! I especially like the Teen Spirit quilt and the one patterned after the sweater.


These look fabulous, and I think even a beginner like myself could manage to create one!

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Lapasaya is just what I'm looking for to make for adult son's bachelor quarters.


All these quilts look fabulous! At first I'd make Starburst, after that Kite Runner. Great book!
Thanks for the chance to win ;)

Patty V

Lovely book, Hard to choose just one favorite, I love the charm shuffle, Teen spirit, and starburst.


LOVE your new book ! I am in love with Scandinavian style ( my grandparents were from Sweden & Norway ), and have been looking for quilt patterns with a definate Nordic look to them....this book really delivers ! Love the Lopapeysa!, so clever to take your inspiration from traditional sweaters, but my first project would be the Easy Hex and make it into a table topper for my round table. Second would be the Teen Spirit ( manly version) ... great masculine look ! No particular recipient in mind yet... but so glad to have a plan !

Thanks for the great designs, so nice to find a book with more than one quilt I would make, in fact several in this book ! and Thanks for the chance to win one !

Beth Erickson Cole

Diane W

I really love the Lopapeysa! Gorgeous. I had an Icelandic sweater, but I spilled some acid on it and ruined it. I'm not sure if the Lopapeysa design was on it. Thanks for the giveaway.

Pat V.

These quilts look fabulous! I would definitely be making the cover quilt first. I'm digging that icelandic vibe!

 Sara ransford

Love them all! Sara

Maria do Carmo Pezzuto

Lopapeysa estou apaixonada,faria para meu marido usar quando deita no sofá,e durante o dia ficaria exposta para minhas queridas visitas,e faria todas do livro(na medida do possível)para minha família.Obrigada.

Shirley Marie

I liked Lopapeysa on your last blog entry, so that's the one I'd do first. Really do like the BIG blocks, they sew up so fast.

Betty Ayers

Love the book! And I'd make Daisy Dreams and Kite Runner in a NY minute - they're great!

shirley j. b.

Kite Runner!! I love your new book and all the sizes that you include.


Wow....I rarely see a book with so many options I want to make. This one looks like a keeper. I appreciate the variety of color options & sizes. That makes each design so versatile!

Diane C

I like all of them but I would like to make Teen Spirit.

Lori Mehrer

I love the hex quilts especially the Starburst. I'd love to make it in blues, yellows and a bit of green. I also really like the Charm Shuffle quilt. I love the 3D effect of the quilt.

Elinborg D. Lár.

átta-blaða rósin, ekki spurning, myndi þó nota brúna tóna í stað gráa :O)


Oops forgot to name my favorite design...Lopapeysa!


Looks like a lovely book! I would love to win it. Thanks for the chance!!!


As always, they all are beautiful in their own way! I really like the crib size version of the Teen Spirit. It seems like everyone I know is becoming a Grandma, so this would be a delightful quilt to make for all of the new babies! Someday(way in the future), this might be a quilt for my own grandchild!

Donna Harner

Daisy Dreams is my favorite! Would make a great bed runner for my granddaughter's room, just girly enough but not too fussy.

Teen spirit and daisy dreams both caught my eye immediately. I love the blues/greys in teen spirit for my husband. Would love to win your book, because it is so hard to find your things where I live.

Vilborg Ölversdóttir

FRÁBÆRT !......Greinilega mjög skemmtileg bók...hlakka til að eignast hana.
Villa Ölvers

Kelly Ann

Love the color contrast...and Gray is the new black...great book


Daisy Dreams is my favorite! If I won, I would be making that quilt first. I even have the fabric, Thistledown. Thanks for the giveaway!

Michelle H.

I love Teen Spirit and it would make a great quilt for my daughter and an excuse to buy some Tula Pink which I think would look lovely with that pattern.


I like them! Looks like a nice book. I like Kite Runner, and would make it for myself. :)


I like them! Looks like a nice book. I like Kite Runner, and would make it for myself. :)


Love the quilts. If time were no object I would make them all. I've been into hexagons lately so I would make Easy Hex first.

Ruth B

I love the bed runner Gudrun! It would be fun to make one for my guest room. I could use a white bedspread and a colorful and pretty runner to make it shine. Gorgeous!

Becky in Georgia

I was getting ready to type "Teen Spirit" when Daisy Dreams caught my eye. Wow, wow, wow! I've made lots of quilts with "little pieces." Congratulations! Great book!

Ali M

I'd make Starburst first, though those are all gorgeous quilts - I love the way the edges of the stars drape over the bed. I'd probably make it for myself, and THEN maybe I'd make one for somebody else ;)


oh wow! So many wonderful quilts. I love the Lopapeysa quilt. But they are all wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win!!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts

Beautiful designs! I love both Starburst and Teen Spirit and would probably try making both at once. LOL Thanks for the chance!

Leslie J.

Teen Spirit is the winner for me! Maybe because I have 3 teen boys (nephews) who have let me know they need quilts. Who am I too say no? I am also fond of Kite Runner. Beautiful!


I love Teen Spirit - I'd make one for my youngest son who is off to uni in September!


I love these! I thin i'd make kite runner first. I love triangles lately!


The Teen Spirit quilt really caught my attention-Easy, fast,yet using up fat quarters. I just like how it looks. All I need is the book!

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