Wednesday, September 23, 2015

"Machine Quilting with Style" Blog Hop and Giveaway

I am very excited to be part of Christa's blog hop for her newly released first book, "Machine Quilting with Style"!



I have followed Christa's blog forever, with her becoming a great online quilt friend over the years.  I had the chance to room with Christa at QuiltCon 2015 earlier this year.  She is just one of those people that are so easy to talk to and is willing to share all of her knowledge.  Each night we told ourselves that we would go to bed at a reasonable hour, but wound up talking into the early morning hours each and every night. 

Christa was proofreading her book during QuiltCon so I got a little sneak peek.  My favorite quilt from the book was called Rain and I was very excited that was the quilt I got to make for this hop.



Christa asked us to change up the pattern and make it our own so I tried to put my own spin on Rain.  Rain is a lap-sized quilt and so I shrunk it down by about a third to be a good baby sized quilt.  Since my quilt was a smaller version of Rain, I decided to name mine Drizzle.

In Christa's version, she used a cream background with some bold colored solids for the stripes.  I used a bunch of low volume prints for the background and used some dark turquoise solids (and one lime green print) for the stripes.  Here is the quilt as it was coming together.



For the quilting, I love to pair different types of quilting together, I quilted randomly spaced lines on the background portion of the quilt using the same straight line technique that Christa used in her version.  To give good texture but still blend in, I used a 40 wt Aurifil light cream / white thread (2021).  




I was originally going to do some swirls in the stripes but decided that the stripes needed a looser more organic feel to them so I decided to add some hand quilting.  I added 3 rows of big stitch hand quilting to each colored strip using 12 wt Auriful thread in matching colors (1147 and 2810).  I love the juxtaposition of the machine quilting next to the hand quilting.



Christa's book is jam packed with great quilting knowledge delivered in the same easy to understand way that Christa blogs.  Her book has an almost conversational tone to it, making it easy to follow along and absorb all of the tips and techniques the book contains.

Sometimes when I get to the end of the pattern there is that dreaded phase, "Quilt as desired". Christa's book really answers that question by teaching many different beginner friendly quilting patterns (including both straight line quilting and free motion quilting) and takes it one step further by showing how to quilt the quilts in her book.

I really like how the book includes some very versatile patterns, you can see all the different versions bloggers made from Christa's book patterns on the Machine Quilting with Style blog hop by clicking here!



Christa is even going to have a quilt a long from one of the pattern in her book.  You can vote here to pick which pattern is used:



You can get your copy of Christa's book, "Machine Quilting with Style" from:
Signed copy from ChristaQuilts.com
Martingale (publisher) – free e-copy with purchase of the book
Amazon



Now for the Giveaway!
You can win your own free e-copy of Machine Quilting With Style.  This giveaway is open to everyone around the world and will run until September 30th at 8pm EST.  To enter:

1. Leave a comment, any comment.  If you would like a topic, I would love to know if you have ever made a holiday quilt and if yes, for which holidays?

2. Followers of mine get a bonus entry, please leave a separate comment with how you follow Meadow Mist Designs (old and new followers welcome).

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Note: If you are a no-reply blogger then please include your e-mail address. If I can not reach you, you can not win.










**Giveaway now closed, thanks for entering! **



303 comments:

  1. I have made two Halloween quilts and one Christmas quilt. Otherwise I don't make quilts for holidays.

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  2. I'm working for a big Christmas quilt for years. But this year, I will take an additional class to get closer to the goal of finishing. :)

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  3. Oh I love the drizzle- what a really different way to do stripes. As for holiday quilts, I have a star quilt made from Christmas fabric but we keep it out all year round because it's so big and snuggly!

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  4. I like to make Holiday quilts. It's fun to have a theme. Yours turned out wonderful.

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  5. I've only ever made Christmas quilts.

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  6. No i've never made a christmas quilt

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  7. No i've never made a christmas quilt

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  8. Last year I made a Christmas table runner, and this year I'm working on a small quilt that will become a table topper or wall hanging; I haven't decided yet.

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  9. I made a Christmas table runner last year.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  10. Love the colors of your quilt. Can't go wrong with low-volume and brights!

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  11. I have not made a holiday quilt yet, but I was just gifted a jelly roll of Evergreen so I see one in my future!

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  12. I am a follower of yours with bloglovn

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  13. I am in the planning stages of a Christmas quilt.

    senstrings (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  14. I follow Meadow Mist Designs via e-mail.

    senstrings (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  15. And oh my goodness I LOVE this quilt. And the way you quilted it is just perfection.

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  16. I follow you on Bloglovin and also through my Blogger feed. I can't miss your posts :)

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  17. I have made several Christmas quilts and every now and then I like to do a Halloween quilt. And I love that you called your smaller version a Drizzle. Makes me think of the sprinkles some people have instead of a baby shower.

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  18. I love reading blogs and seeing all the new quilting ideas.

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  19. Just added you to my bloglovin account.

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  20. I have made many Holiday quilts. I think I just need to make an Easter quilt and then I have one for each holiday. Thanks for the the great giveaway.

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  21. I follow you through Bloglovin

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  22. I have made a Christmas and Patriotic quilt. I have a goal of making one for each holiday.

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  23. Drizzle, perfect name. I love the low volume fabrics for the background and the touch of hand quilting along with the machine quilting. I have made a Christmas wall hanging from the sister's choice block and it looked like a big wrapped gift.

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  24. I follow via BL, IG and email. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. wow your quilt is lovely. I really love the quilting you did also. I have never made a holiday quilt, but have made baby and wedding quilts. Hmm sounds like I need to make at least one.

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  26. I follow by facebook and bloglovin!

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  27. I have made many Christmas quilts but my fav is the Halloween quilt that I finally finished last year!!

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  28. Hi Cheryl, I follow you on FB, and also Google email delivery to my inbox (yay)

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  29. I have made small quilted projects for several different holidays:
    I made a Christmas quilted tree skirt, and a big quilted Halloween banner thing,
    I also made several Easter table runners.
    I have not make any big holiday themed quilts for beds for throws.
    I really really like your project here, It looks fun and jaunty

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  30. I am not really a holiday decorator so I haven't made any specifically :)

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  31. Oh. My. Gosh. This is so amazing!! I love the low volume backgrounds, I love the one green stripe, and the hand quilting adds the perfect touch! You knocked it out of the park on this one! Thanks for being on the hop and making such a fantastic quilt! The name is perfect, too :-)

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  32. I make holiday quilts a lot--Christmas, Halloween, Easter, etc.

    silverthimble@shaw.ca

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  33. I am a follower using both Feedly to follow your blog and a follower on Instagram.

    silverthimble@shaw.ca

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  34. I have made several Halloween quilts lately.

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  35. I, too, hate those dreaded words "quilt as desired". Your Drizzle turned out beautifully. I'm sure Christa was very proud of your work.

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  36. Your Drizzle version of Rain is wonderful! I've made Christmas quilts and Halloween quilts and table runners for just about all the other holidays.

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  37. I'm following you on Bloglovin'

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  38. Awesome version of Rain!
    My first "completed" quilts was a Christmas star design. Am a blog follower now!!

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  39. I have made one major holiday quilt so far for Christmas. I actually made Christmas stockings first and then made a matching quilt throw. It's in jewled tones and has a lot of wintery themes to it so it can be out longer to use each season. I really like how the stripes were pieced for Drizzle/Sprinkle. Your quilting really adds to the design.

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  40. So far, I've made a couple of small Easter table toppers, a small flag for Independence Day which I thread painted, and I am quilting a Christmas table runner.

    I do follow you on bloglovin', and I love your creativity!

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  41. I love to have quilts draped on chairs during the holidays! I have made Christmas, Easter, Halloween and the 4th of July.

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  42. I have quilts for every holiday:) I decorate with them:)

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  43. I follow with Bloglovin and now Instagram too:)

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  44. I love love love your version, and I love the name you gave it - 'drizzle'. How creative and inspiring.

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  45. I have made a couple of small Christmas quilts. Drizzle is adorable! mfhagopian@aol.com

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  46. I haven't followed you before now, but I will - on email.

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  47. I follow Meadow Mist Designs by email. mfhagopian@aol.com

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  48. I just started following you blog. Love what you did with Christa's pattern. I looking forward to looking through your blog

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  49. I've never made a holiday quilt, but have one planned to use up all my small pieces of fabric that I've been collecting for years

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  50. I've made several Christmas and Halloween quilts for children and married grandchildren, who love using them as accent pieces or wall hangings. Thanks for this giveaway opportunity. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  51. I am a very happy e-mail follower and thankful for this giveaway opportunity. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  52. I have never made a holiday quilt. Love your Drizzle. The one lime green with the turquoise is amazing.

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  53. I follow on Bloglovin so I don't miss anything!

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  54. I love that you named your quilt Drizzle; somehow that just really tickled me when I read that. :) I have made holiday themed placemats, and I am searching my memory if I have done holiday themed quilts but I honestly don't think I have.

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  55. i follow on bloglovin and via email

    clemonssarah7 at gmail dot com

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  56. I have never made a holiday quilt thus far its on my to do list

    clemonssarah7 at gmail dot com

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  57. I love your version of Christa's quilt and the name is perfect! I've made a Christmas table runner for a friend but no holiday quilts yet.
    cathylouwilson@gmail.com

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  58. I made a Christmas tree quilt for my son a few years ago. It stays out wellinto the winter.

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  59. i have made holiday quilts for all the major holidays, Christmas, thanksgiving, valentine's day, and mardi gras

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  60. Oh! I love your quilt!! (And your name for it, Drizzle, is so perfect!)
    I need another baby quilt soon, and I think your version of Christa's quilt is perfect!
    Thank you for the process and inspiration!
    (I really need to get my hands on Christa's book!... I'm seeing some *great* quilts and quilt ideas on this blog tour!)
    Pat T.

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  61. Oh! And, I've been enjoying following you by email!!
    Thank you!
    Pat T.

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  62. I love your quilt! I am an email follower.

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  63. I have piles of Christmas quilts, and never need to make another one! Currently, I am working on a Halloween mystery quilt--not sure if it will hang or be a throw.

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  64. Love the Drizzle quilt! Can't wait to go see what other fun patterns are in the book! Please enter my name for a chance to win! Oh... I have made more than enough Christmas quilts. .. I need to make something for Halloween!

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  65. I'm a Meadow Mist follower and fan!

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  66. I took a mystery class at my local shop one fall. I should have expected it to be a Christmas quilt. I never wanted to make a Christmas quilt and was not impressed with the choice. but I was there with friends for a social outing, so what the heck, and I'd already paid for class and kit. I finished it up and gave it to my brother in law for Christmas that year.

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  67. I love your quilt, and I have made a Fall quilt. I love it!

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  68. Great note about the "Quilt as Desired"!!!! That's one of my biggest pet peeves with quilting books....

    No, I haven't made any holiday quilts....yet. I do have about 4 in WIP piles though, just never finished any of them. This pattern looks like it'd be a great non-fussy way of make a holiday quilt though. Using stash blenders, then just a few key holiday prints for the pops...hmmm I may make that 5 by the end of the day....

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  69. I have several Halloween quilts, a few Christmas and 2 Valentine quilts

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  70. Haven't made one yet but purchased material for a Christmas quilt!

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  71. i have been quilting for years but right now I am working on my first ever holiday quilt, a Christmas throw. My quilting friend gave me Christmas fabrics for my birthday back last spring --- she has made MANY Christmas quilts --- so I HAD to make this one!

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  72. I have made a Fourth of July quilt and making Christmas quilts for our kids for Christmas.

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  73. I follow Meadow Mist Designs by email.

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  74. I've made a few Christmas quilts. Cute quilt! Thanks for sharing,

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  75. I enjoy making holiday quilts, especially for Christmas. Drizzle is a lovely baby quilt. Thanks for sharing your technique.

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  76. Holiday quilts, lots of holiday quilt! Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Independence Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Your Drizzle quilt is perfect with the low volume fabrics and that big stitching!

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  77. I have made Xmas advent calendars. Drizzle is wonderful, I hope there is lessons on how to square up quilts in her book.

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  78. I have made a Christmas, a Halloween, & a Valentine's quilt. :)

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  79. Love your interpretation of Rain. I have made many seasonal wall hangings and table runners. Favorite season of course is Christmas.

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  80. I love the quilts I'm seeing from this book! As a new quilter I love that it includes both the quilt pattern and techniques for quilting it! Also... I've never made a holiday quilt but you just reminded me I have to skeleton panels from last Halloween--- I bet get going! Thanks! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  81. Now that I have found you I am following by email.

    I have made Christmas and Halloween quilts. In fact I am now working on a red and green King sized Christmas quilt for a daughter in law.

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  82. I love your choice of fabrics. The more I see of Christa's book it makes me think I need one.

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  83. I have made Christmas quilts & a Hallowe'en wall hanging.

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  84. I have never made a holiday quilt, I prefer quilts that are for every part of the year.
    dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. I follow you via email. daenm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  86. I really like your drizzle quilt. Seems so simple, but definitely fun. I have made small projects for holidays, like tablerunners and wall hangings. Easter, Christmas, 4th of July

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  87. My holiday quilts usually are small - either table toppers or wall hangings. Christmas, 4th of July

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  88. I just got done with an advent quilt wall hanging. I have also made a Christmas quilt.

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  89. I also follow you b y email suekaiser826@gmail.com

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  90. I've made wall hangings for Christmas, the 4th of July, Halloween.

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  91. I'm a new email follower, and the holiday quilts I've made are for my daughter's mother in law. She decorates every room for Christmas, and now she has a table runner for her kitchen and dining room table, a quilt for the living room, and a decorative hanging for the front door.

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  92. Oh yes I have made holiday quilts! Many many of them! Love to decorate with them, and I have given some away as well. Cheryl I ADORE your version!!! Man I picked my favourite yesterday on Christa's blog, but I hadn't seen yours at that point! It makes me want to run downstairs right now and start stripping! LOL You know what I mean. I love the combination yes, juxtaposition of the hand-quilting with the machine quilting. Fabulous quilt. Mmmm.

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  93. I've followed you on bloglovin' for some time now, my friend! :-) Love your blog.

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  94. Working on a Christmas quilt now!

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  95. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON BLOG LOVIN' !
    (USER>lindadouglas35 )
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  96. A NEAT BOOK GIVEAWAY>THANK YOU!
    I'M WORKING ON A GRANDDAUGHTER'S CHRISTMAS GIFT QUILT IN AQUA'S+GREY!
    JOYOUS AUTUMN ! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  97. I've made Halloween quilts and currently working on a new quilted Christmas tree skirt.

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  98. I've made a few Christmas quilts. I want to make some more bed sized Christmas quilts. I plan to make a Halloween quilt one of these days too.

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  99. I follow on bloglovin. I like your use of low volume prints for the background of Rain.

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  100. I've made a rag Christmas quilt but most of my holiday items are wall hangings and table toppers. I love making holiday place mats for my granddaughters.

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  101. I can't wait to make this quilt. It's great. I have made an applique 12 Days of Christmas quilt and a fall quilt. Both large wall hangings for decoration.

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  102. I follow on Bloglovin, thanks
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  103. I have made a Christmas quilt, and am working on a Halloween throw, thanks.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  104. I love your quilt!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  105. Following Meadow Mist Designs on Bloglovin: Nicole Sender.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  106. I follow Meadow Mist Designs on feedly and FB!

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  107. I've made a couple of Christmas-y quilts for swaps and charity events, but nothing else really holiday-related. Love the Drizzle!

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  108. Thanks for introducing Christa's Rain. I love the addition of the green strip.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  109. I follow you by email.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  110. I have the fabric waiting for a Christmas and Halloween quilt :).

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  111. I follow you on Bloglovin and Instagram. LOVE this quilt!

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  112. I have not made a holiday quilt, but have fabric in the stash for a winter quilt. I wouldn't call it Christmas only because it is all snowmen (my favorite) and nothing specific to Christmas.

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  113. I would love to make a Christmas quilt.... one of these years!

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  114. I do quilts for any holiday...now ,I do not do big quilts just wall hanging or mini ...I want to do a mini for every month there is a holiday...thank you...marta...martamanole@yahoo.com

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  115. Most of my holiday quilts have been for Christmas.

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  116. I am a relatively new machine quilter (just my at home Pfaff, so I would love to win this book! Linda Newman

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  117. I just realized I failed to answer the question about a holiday quilt! I have one at the long arm quilter as we speak. We made wonky stars in the BlockLotto group and I won a full set in 2014 (they all had red backgrounds). I added long green columns, and a Christmas holly fabric backing, so I hope to have it to cuddle in on our bed by December. (I made about 10 of the stars myself).

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  118. Love this diagonal quilt, but it seems like it would be hard to make, unless you sew the strips onto a base of some sort? The only holiday quilt I've ever made, was a Halloween quilt, because I loved the prints and happen to have a friend who just loves that Holiday. So it was a good excuse for me. I don't get into celebrating or decorating for any holidays myself

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  119. Sounds like an awesome book to have, would love to win it!

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  120. I am working on a couple of Christmas wall hangings. By the time I think about doing them, I'm already planning Christmas gifts so I don't get as much done as I had hoped. Maybe I'm thinking about it early enough this year. I love this diagonal quilt. It is sparse and modern, very different from my usual style. Would love a chance to work through this book.

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  121. I follow you by email. Karen kthurn@bektel.com

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  122. I made two versions of the same quilt for Christmas last year so I think I may limit my holiday quilting to a table runner or placemats this year. I love how you combined machine and hand quilting on your version of Rain.

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  123. I haven't done any hliday quilts yet but would like to do a Christmas table runner and a Halloween/thanksgiving table runner. Sew many patterns to make and sew little time. Karen kthurn@bektel.com

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  124. i have made a Dresden plate Christmas quilt for myself and one for my step daughter

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  125. I follow by email, bloglovin and facebook.

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  126. That would be a great quilt for those who save selvages!

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  127. I have made a few Christmas lap quilts. But I have made LOTS of quilted table runners (little quilts right?) for about every holiday you can think of. Sometimes for a wedding shower gift I like to give a set of runners that spans holidays through the year. That way the couple has a start on decorations for lots of holidays.

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  128. I love your rain quilt. I made the 12 days of Christmas pattern in needle turned appliqué and hand quilted it.

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  129. I started following you on IG because I like your quilts

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  130. Love your version of 'Rain.' Such a simple but very striking design. So many possibilities too.

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  131. Cheryl, I love your variation of Rain (and the name Drizzle!). It's very cute and love it with the low volume background prints. I haven't made any holiday quilts, but I've made holiday wall hangings. I've made one for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Now I just need to remember to hang them up this year!

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  132. I love seasonal quilts and table runners. I have made quilts for Valentine's Day, Easter, 4th of July, Halloween, and Christmas.

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  133. I am a Meadow Mist follower and love your blog!

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  134. No, I haven't made a holiday quilt, but I have made a few holiday table runners. One for Valentine's Day (my favorite) and one for Christmas. I look forward to seeing what pattern is chosen for your sew-a-long.

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  135. I made a Christmas quilt once....simple but was cozy & fun! Thanks for chance to win this cooool book! :)

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  136. I'm already a follower, thru Email & Bloglovin too :)

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  137. Yes, I have made a quilt for Christmas and one for Easter too! Love your Drizzle quilt take off of Christa's "Rain".

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  138. I am already a follower via email of your blog. Love seeing what you are up to.

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  139. I love making quilted wall hangings for every holiday. I have three for fall, 3 for Halloween, two for Christmas, one for spring, one for summer.

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  140. I made a Christmas wall hanging, but I don't think I'd do a whole bed quilt -- we don't decorate the whole house, just the living room. sarah@forrussia.org

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  141. I have made three holiday quilts, one each for Valentine's day, Halloween, and Christmas.
    I love Christa's quilting, and winning the ebook would be great.
    my email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks

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  142. I follow your blog by email.
    my email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks

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  143. Cheryl, I'm so excited as I'm making my first Christmas holiday quilt...using a gifted fat qtr pack of "Tinsel" by Cotton and Steel. Dreading having to pay for a longarmer to quilt it for me, so perhaps Christa's book will be great insight into using my walking foot. Thank you for sharing your quilt and tutorial.

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  144. My first quilt class project was actually made with Day of the Dead fabric by Alexander Henry, so it is somewhat of a holiday quilt. I have the fabric to make a Christmas quilt, but am not sure when I'll get around to making it!
    I like the quilting on your Drizzle quilt.
    I would be thrilled to win a copy of Christa's new book! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  145. Now following on Bloglovin. Love your name which we share - mine got shortened by friends years ago. Also love your version of this quilt! I have made wall quilts for Halloween and Valentines a Day.

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  146. Drizzle is wonderful. I've only made Halloween quilts, but I have enough Christmas fabric to make a dozen quilts (along with a few more Halloween fabrics) - what can I say, the holiday fabric just calls to me.

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  147. Love your fabric and color choices for this quilt. I need more print fabric! Haven't made a holiday quilt yet - think I'll be going for a seasonal quilt before I do a holiday one. Thanks for the chance!

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  148. I clicked so I will receive your updates via email. Thanks again!

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  150. I have mad quilts for Christmas, Halloween, St Patrick's Day and my favorite Valentine's Day because of the heart designs. I follow you on Bloglovin.

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  151. The low volume fabrics look fantastic with the blue solid. Such a cute little quilt. Drizzle! I like the name too :)

    -Soma

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  152. Never made a full quilt but I have.made a Christmas table runner.

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  153. I haven't made holiday quilts...yet! I will make a Christmas sampler someday.

    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  154. I now follow you on Bloglovin and Instagram.
    Thank You for the giveaway.

    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  155. First, I want to say your quilt is very sweet. I prefer the scrappy background, it seems to give the quilt a softer look to it (which is perfect for a baby quilt). I've only made one holiday quilt - a mini Christmas wall hanging a long, long time ago. Thanks for sharing your quilt. ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

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  156. I have just found your blog so I'm excited to start following you by email.

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  157. I am new to quilting so have not yet made a holiday quilt.
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  158. I follow you on IG x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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