Saturday, October 16, 2021

Reedy River Falls Quilt Pattern

Today is my day as part of the blog hop hosted by byAnnie called #sewPINK to celebrate October as breast cancer awareness month! 

I am so excited to be offering my newest quilt pattern, Reedy River Falls for free for the next four days (through Tuesday midnight EDT, October 19th) and having a giveaway sponsored from byAnnie.

Here is Reedy River Falls, a celebration of pink fabrics and half square triangles!





FABRICS & MATERIALS

The cover quilt is made with:

  • Pink fabrics in light tones and darker tones.  I picked all of these out of my scrap bin and stash and went with pinks that were more purple in tone.
  • Moda Bella Solids in Black (and a few bits of an old Sweetwater black dictionary print)
  • Moda Bella Solids in White

I do not make scrappy quilts very often, but I find one of easiest ways to use scraps for me is to use scraps with similar colors as one grouping of fabrics.

I used my favorite Warm & White batting by the Warm Company and Aurifil thread for the piecing.  For the backing, I went with a solid burgundy fabric from FreeSpirit I had on hand.  





QUILTING PLAN

My initial plan for quilting was to echo the diagonal seam lines of the half square triangles to reinforce the diamond shapes.  Once I finished the straight line quilting, I felt that the quilting was a little too spaced apart, but the thought of adding more straight lines was not appealing (the quilt had to be turned so much during quilting).  

So I figured that I would add some free motion quilting between the straight lines.  This added such texture to the quilt and went quicker than I thought it would.  You can really see the quilting on the solid backing, it makes it look like a whole cloth quilt :)





ABOUT THE PATTERN NAME

So how did this quilt get its name?  I started out trying to think of a name with the word "diamonds" in it, but found that every name I came up already was a quilt pattern.

Reedy River Falls is a waterfall and the jewel of downtown Greenville, South Carolina where I live. Because the quilt contains diamond (or jewel) shapes I named it after the falls.  





PATTERN DETAILS

Reedy River Falls is written at a confident beginner level and is scrap friendly (but can also be made with yardage).  The half square triangles combine to form a diamond-like design in the quilt top.

The pattern contains instructions to make three sizes: lap and twin.  The design is the same between the lap and twin sizes, with the twin size using larger sized blocks than the lap.

To celebrate #sewPINK and October being breast cancer awareness month, Reedy River Falls will be free (with coupon code) through Tuesday, October 19th at midnight EDT.

Use coupon code SEWPINK to take $12 off and get the pattern free.

Once you make an Reedy River Falls quilt of your own, you can share it via social media using the hashtag #ReedyRiverFallsQuilt.








MANY THANKS

I would like to thank Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl for her amazing tech editing skills and  for helping me decide on colors, quilting designs, and more.  I would also like to thank the Warm Company for the Warm & White batting (my favorite!).



GIVEAWAY

byAnnie's has been generous to sponsor a giveaway of a $30 gift certificate to byAnnie!  The giveaway is open to everyone around the world, 18 years and older and runs through midnight EDT on Tuesday, October 19th.

To enter:

1. Simply add a comment to this post.  Any comment will work, if you would like a topic, please share something good that has happened this month.

2.  If you are a follower of Meadow Mist Designs (new or old), leave a second comment letting me know how you follow.  

Following options:  Follow the blog via email, Bloglovin, Feedly.  Follow via Instagram.  Follow via Facebook.  Follow via the Meadow Mist Designs newsletter

Please note that if you are a no-reply blogger (you do not have an email address associated with your account), then please include your email address in the comment.  If I can't reach you, you can't win :(






#sewPINK BLOG HOP



The #SewPink Initiative was created by ByAnnie.com LLC to raise awareness for breast cancer throughout the year. Our efforts culminate in an annual blog hop during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month to promote self-care, awareness, early detection, and support for those affected by breast cancer.

To learn more and see the calendar of events visit: https://www.byannie.com/SewPink

To find screenings available near you:

        Breast Screen (Australia)

        CDC.gov (US)

        WebMD (free screenings)

In addition to participating in the #SewPINK Initiative, Fat Quarter Shop organized a fundraiser to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation with the goal of raising $10,000.

 ByAnnie.com has pledged to match every dollar raised using the #SewPINK link to donate to the Fat Quarter Shop fundraiser.

Please consider making a generous donation at https://fundraise.nbcf.org/SewPINK.


Don't miss any of the great stops on the blog hop... 

Oct. 1 (Fri):Fat Quarter Shop - The Jolly Jabber

Oct. 2 (Sat):Sallie Tomato

Oct. 4 (Mon): Hugs ‘N Kisses

Oct. 6 (Wed): Sewfinity

Oct. 11 (Mon):Beyond the Reef

Oct. 13 (Wed): Great Heron Thread Co.

Oct. 15 (Fri): Love You Sew

Oct. 15 (Fri): Emmaline Bags

Oct. 16 (Sat): Meadow Mist Designs

Oct. 18 (Mon): OklaRoots

Oct. 20 (Wed): Suzn Quilts

Oct. 20 (Wed): Teresa Coates

Oct. 22 (Fri): Knot and Thread Design

Oct. 23 (Sat): Shannon’s Studio

Oct. 25 (Mon): The Littlest Thistle

Oct. 27 (Thur): Mister Domestic

Oct. 27 (Wed): Sookie Sews






Remember to grab your free copy of Reedy River Falls now through Tuesday, October 19th at midnight EDT.
Use coupon code SEWPINK to take $12 off and get the pattern free.






176 comments:

  1. I really like this pattern. I love the dimension and how the design gives a 3D effect. The colors are beautiful. Thank you so much.

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  2. I do follow you on Facebook and Bloglovin. One of the things I love the most is that you give tutorials, which I LOVE!. As a self taught quilter, I am definitely not an expert and many things like 1/2 square triangles intimidate me. The tutorial you provided is easily understood and I think I can follow them. Thank you so much for providing these tidbits. :D

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  3. Your patterns are wonderful. The designs are crisp and clean, and the directions are great. When I visited a friend in Greenville a couple years back, she took me to Reedy River Falls. What a great name for this pattern! Both are beautiful. (plus it looks like it could be related to the Ocean Waves pattern.)

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  4. Lovely quilt! Thanks for sharing the pattern. I can see it done in so many different color combos.

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  5. I love this pattern and can't wait to try it. I plan to make it for a special friend who has fought breast cancer for thirty years and is still taking chemo. Can't wait for her to snuggle up in it!!

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  6. Thank you so much for the pattern! Your quilt is gorgeous and I look forward to making it. I’m not sure if I am a no reply blogger or not? So I will leave my email: Ruth.Tacoma at gmail.com

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  7. Thanks for sharing your process of this quilt.

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  8. What a beautiful pattern! Thank you, Cheryl!

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  9. I follow you on Instagram, Facebook,, and I receive your newsletter.

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  10. Love this quilt. I can do this have lots of pink,

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  11. I love this pattern and the quilting is spot on! This month our good news is that our son and his fiancee have decided to move back "home" to SC! We are so excited. I love the Reedy RIver Falls and Falls Park in Greenville. Living in Clemson we've been there often. The SC Upstate is rich with many wonderful waterfalls and hiking trails.

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  12. Such a stunning pattern. Thank you

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  13. I follow you through emails at aol.

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  14. I really love the quilting on the back! I also love HST quilts and this is a great one! I am a newish follower on Instagram and enjoy your content. Thank you for giving us the pattern!!!

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  15. Thanks so much for the wonderful quilt pattern! I love how you decided to quilt it!

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  16. Thank you for the pattern! Your quilt is beautiful!

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  17. Thanks for the free pattern. My local shop is doing a community sew for breast cancer quilts.

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  18. I have made several of your mysteries and other patterns. Everything is precise, details are explained so they are easily understood, and your patterns are beautiful. I really like that I don’t need to purchase special rulers to make your quilts. I’m adding this to my “make this Cheryl Brickey quilt” stack. Thank you!

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  19. I receive your emails and also belong to your Facebook page.

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  20. Love the new pattern. Following on email and facebook.

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  21. Thank you for sharing you ur pattern. Your quilts are always so pretty!

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  22. I follow by your newsletter. I used to follow you on Facebook, but I have turned that off.

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  23. I have a lot of leftover hsts and think they would make a great scrappy quilt using your pattern.

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  24. I follow you on Instagram and email.

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  25. I have participated in several of your mystery quilts.

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  26. Was just in Banff, Alberta for the day. Mountains and nature all around. Did us good to get out of the city and be with the trees, mountains and streams. Most wonderful scenes all around.

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  27. I follow you on Instagram, facebook and by email (I am old and like going back and rereading posts). Just sayin' My happy note is that I live in Northern Alberta and as of today, we have not yet had any snow this fall. SEW Thankful!

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  28. Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern. I have lots of batik scraps that will be perfect for it.

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  29. I happily follow your blog by email.

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  30. I'm a new fan of your site and receive your emails.

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  31. This is a terrific pattern for using scraps and for skill development. I'm still not consistent when making half square triangles despite many years of practice. Thanks for the beautiful sample and the free pattern.
    Connie
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  32. Yes, I do follow you and enjoy the cheerful emails that you send!
    Connie

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  33. I receive your posts by email.

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  34. Thank you for participating in the Sew Pink Initiative. It's a good reminder for all of us how important it is to have regular mammograms. Although it is my least favorite thing, mine if scheduled for November 12th.

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  35. I am also a new and happy follower by email. I would like to try this pattern even though I consider myself a beginner. Thanks so much for brightening our days. I am old and fragile and so happy to have had my booster shot and looking forward to the days when everyone can safely get together again.

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  36. I like this pattern and thank you for creating it. I am on your email list.

    Caryn
    caspharm@yahoo.com

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  37. I follow you on Facebook and Instagram. And I receive your emails.

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  38. I’m not sure if my comment post published - thank you for Patricia in this very important cause. I am a 9 year walker in the susan g komen 3 day. Let’s all beat this together!

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    1. Participating - I’m sure Patricia is a lovely person though! Darn auto correct!

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  39. What a lovely quilt. Thank you for being so generous as to offer it free to us to remind us of an important cause.

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  40. I receive emails telling me of your new posts.

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  41. Thank you for the fantastic pattern! You are so generous.

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  42. Your generous offer of this beautiful pattern comes at the perfect time. My niece was just diagnosed with BC and will have surgery on November 12. Good vibes and prayers for her and all our sisters.

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  43. I receive your blog posts via email.

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  44. Thank youfor the pattern. I follow via newsletter

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  45. Following via email blog, Facebook, and Instagram. Love your patterns!

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  46. Love all the pinks and the name, another wonderful pattern , and such a generous free one. That B C can creep into a family and be so devastating, Hugh has 2 nieces, in different families, that have it or had it, one, her 2 sisters all wore pink hats to help her cope.

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  47. I follow your blog by email notification. That makes sure I know when the new post has arrived.

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  48. I follow by email and have participated in a couple of your mystery QALs. Thanks for the pattern.

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  49. What a fabulous pattern - I can think of so many color options. Dramatic design. You are quite generous to offer it to us free. thank you so much. take care

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  50. I follow you via email, but will check out the other options to add.

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  51. Love this pattern! I'm currently working on the Meadow Mist pattern and an excited to see it come together. Thank you for all you do!

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  52. Thank you for your generous FREE pattern. Most free patterns aren't worth the paper to print them on. This is a beautiful quilt and pattern!! Thanks again.

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  53. Thank you for a great pattern! Another addition to my library of Meadow Mist patterns and books! Keep up the good work!

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  54. Just beautiful!! Pink is my favorite color, so I adore this quilt!

    Thank you for participating in this blog hop. My husband lost his mother to breast cancer when he was 20, and she only 50, so I appreciate awareness being brought to this horrible disease.

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  55. Thank you for generously providing this beautiful pattern for free. I can see this pattern made with various colors like purple (which is my favorite) but the pinks in your quilt are stunning. Kristi

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  56. I receive your newsletter through Bloglovin'.

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  57. So happy to live in a world with Octobers! Thanks for the generous pattern.

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  58. I follow Meadow Mist Designs by email.

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  59. Hello! Love the colors and design of your newest quilt pattern. Follow you on facebook and e-mail. Made your mystery quilt Morewood Mystery. Loved it.

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  60. i'm loviing your book about charm squares! thank you,, as for a good thing this month, among many others, i would have to list the company of grandchildren who want to come over and "just spend time with you bubby", it doesn't matter what we do!!!

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  61. i follow you by email and on facebook

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  62. Hi Cheryl, Thank you for your generous gift of this pattern. I wonder what it would look like with a scrappy theme. I've saved all these 1/2 square triangles forever. Well, laying it out won't hurt and my be the answer to that pile.

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  63. I follow your blog through email. Thank you.

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  64. Thank you for the pattern. It's beautiful!

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  65. I follow your blog via email. Thank you so much!

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  66. Beautiful job on the quilting, Cheryl! Congrats on another new pattern release too.

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  67. Reedy river Falls is a beautiful quilt! Thank you so much for the pattern! I’m looking forward to making it!

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  68. I've made a similar quilt. I love how it shimmers.

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  69. Love this pattern! Thank you for sharing it with us.

    Sandy A

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  70. I follow Meadow Mist Designs on Facebook and the blog through Bloglovin.

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  71. Beautiful quilting! That’s the part that always scares me.

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  72. beautiful quilt, thank you. I have a few breast cancer survivors in my family. my squish appointment is next week.

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  73. Thank you for the pattern Cheryl, it's lovely
    . I live in Australia so was very appreciative of the story behind the pattern name.

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  74. I follow via Facebook, IG, Newsletter... 💗💗💗

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  75. Follow through newsletter. Thanks so much for this beautiful quilt pattern! Love it in pinks for breast
    Cancer awareness month!

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  76. I follow through Emil newsletters!

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  77. I have followed you for a long time both email and on Facebook. I love your patterns and instructions. Thank you for the pattern.

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  78. Thank you for the pattern, it's beautiful. Breast cancer has touched my family 3 times but we all survived, my heart goes out to those that haven't and those that are still battling. I follow you on instagram and your newsletters, thank you for the opportunity to win :)

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  79. Love the pattern! How generous to offer it for free! Blessings to you and yours!

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  80. I get your weekly emails and follow on Instagram!

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  81. I am doing my first Mystery Quilt with Meadow Mist with my sister remotely as she lives in Maine and I'm in New York. We wanted to do something together and the is a perfect project! Her daughter, diagnosed with breast cancer at age 33, is a cancer survivor.
    I also follow on Facebook as well as the blog and newsletter.
    I love this pattern and know just who to make it for.
    Thanks Cheryl!

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  82. Cheryl, thank you so much for gifting us this beautiful pattern. It was greatly appreciated. Your designs and work are lovely.

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  83. Looks so pretty in the pink and black!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  84. I follow you on Bloglovin'.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  85. My fav quilt component is HST's, so of course this is a must have for me. Your quilt is beautiful, colors so vibrant. Thank you. CaBobbie

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  86. I follow you on email and have joined in on a couple of the qal's. rjc2camatgmaildotcom CaBobbie

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  87. I followed your blog by email and always enjoy what you post.

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  88. I follow you through the newsletter I get in my email and this was a very nice surprise email! I love the pattern Reedy River Falls and already have it in my inbox - thank you so very much! I absolutely adore the quilting - beautiful! My best email is herba100@outlook.com - that is the one I check every day. Thank you again!

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  89. I love this quilt in the pinks! Thanks so much for the pattern!

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  90. I follow you via email & Instagram.

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  91. Follow on Facebook. Love this pattern.

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  92. Love that you are local. I live in Greenville, SC as well and love to quilt.

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  93. Thrilled to be a part. I’m new to your blog so I’m discovering what this is all about although I’m an experienced sewer.

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  94. Follow on Facebook and by email. Good things this month- sold a house and (almost) closed on a new house...

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  95. Beautiful pattern - thank you, churcaeatauburndotedu

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  96. I follow you on the blog via email, via Instagram, and via Facebook

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  97. I follow and love your mysteries!

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  98. Something good that has happened this month is that I was able to finally finish one of the quilts I have been working on. Between working 2 jobs and trying to get my house ready to sell clearly next year.

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  99. Love the quilting.. and the pattern.

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  100. I follow you... email and facebook.. and enjoy the mysteries...

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  101. I follow you by email and on instagram ( at lolly2430).

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  102. Thank you for sharing your fabulous pattern.

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  103. Both my Mom and aunt had breast cancer so this is a cause dear to me.
    Carol S.
    Sandyzoo45@comcast.net

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  104. I follow you through email.
    Carol S.
    Sandyzoo45@comcast.net

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  105. Thanks for this beautiful pattern!

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  106. I follow you through Instagram.

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  107. Love it
    I follow through email and IG

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  108. Thank you for sharing your pattern with us, and bringing attention to breast cancer awareness. I am a breast cancer survivor twice. First when I was 32 an again when 70. Resulying in a total mastectomy and lastly a lumpectomy. Both found with self exams, called the doctor the next day, then mammeograms. Important to do your part to save your life.

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  109. Lovely pattern! I made my own version of last year's Sew Pink quilt, Bear Hugs, and am excited to make this one. October is a very celebratory month in our house; last week was our 10th wedding anniversary, my son turned 8 on Monday (with a covid-safe outdoor birthday party today!) and my husband's birthday next week, so lots of good things for us.

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  110. Thank you for the free pattern. Looking forward to doing it.

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  111. I follow through Bloglovin, Instagram, and Facebook.

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  112. The best thing that happened this month is we had a fantastic week of boondock/camping in a beautiful nature preserve.

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  113. I don’t do any social media but I do get your emails which I truly appreciate and look forward to. Thank you.

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  114. I love this pattern, and your quilting is just stunning! I bought a stack of pink fabrics to do an October project, but really hadn't found the "right" one. Finally, this is it. I just love this with the addition of the black. Thanks for offering it as a free download. You're the best!

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  115. I'm not sure what happened with my previous post (#131), but I think I fixed it in this one. lol Aside from obviously being clueless here on the Blog, I do follow you on Facebook and Instagram as well.

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  116. Your pink quilt is gorgeous with the quilting that just makes it and softens all this angles. Beautiful work!
    My good news is about an injury my husband sustained back in July. 14 stitches later, we began praying for complete healing of his dominant pointer finger. The ugly, protective scab just fell off and there is beautiful new PINK skin underneath. He could have lost part of that finger. We’re so thankful!

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  117. I follow your blog via my email. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. That would be a fun shopping spree.

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  118. I follow your blog by email and Feedly.

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  119. What a great pattern- thank you! I took a university tour with my oldest son this week.

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  120. Thank you for the beautiful pattern!

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  121. Laura Vallado, larav820@msn.comOctober 16, 2021 at 11:11 PM

    I love the contrast in this quilt. I need to learn how to machine quilt so my quilts look better! I follow through Facebook. Laura Vallado

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  122. I love Greenville and have been going often since 2000. Hope to move there some day. Took your class at Quiltcon in EQ8 and loved it. Anxious to try this lovely pattern

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  123. I also get your newsletter/emails.

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  124. I follow on Facebook.I think I will do this in oranges since my mother had kidney cancer. She passed last October, so would be a memory quit.

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  125. Oh, my goodness, I had to take quite a scroll to be able to tell you how pretty your new quilt is! And how it’s just like you to offer it for free for a worthy cause. You’re so sweet.

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  126. The colors are striking! The quilting is amazing. Thank you for you contribution to the Breast Cancer Fight.

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  127. I enjoy following on Meadow Mist Designs newsletter

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  128. Thank you so much for the quilt pattern! I follow by email and bloglovin. My baby GS is home from the hospital, he is recovering from leukemia.

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  129. I love this pattern. Thanks so much. It looks so versatile.

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  130. I love the Beautiful colors of this quilt.

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  131. I am an email, Instagram and facebook follower

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  132. I follow you through the Email newsletter.

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  133. Thank you so much for the free pattern! It’s beautiful! I just moved and haven’t reorganized my scraps yet, so it’ll be interesting to see if I have enough pink scraps to make this. I’m guessing yes! :)

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  134. Thank you Cheryl, for giving so we can support friends and family who are or have fought through this! My younger sister is coming to the end of her treatment. A lap quilt is perfect to keep on the couch. I am a new email follower of Meadow Mist Designs.

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  135. I love the quilt. I alway try todo a breast cancer quilt each year in memory of my mom, stepmom and auntie.

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  136. Thank you so much for this fun pattern. Thanks too for supporting a very worthy cause, hopefully soon a cure will be found.

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  137. This is such a pretty quilt and so generous of you to give it to us. It will be a constant reminder of our need to keep up our check-ups & support for friends and family

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  138. Hallo and thanks so much for another new pattern - I love the colours you chose

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  139. I really like this quilt. Thank you for the pattern. My sister had a double mastectomy for breast cancer a year and a half ago. She will love this quilt.

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  140. Thank you for this wonderful pattern for a great cause!

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  141. I follow you via your newsletter and my blog reading list.

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  142. (not entering the giveaway) I really love how this quilt came together, Cheryl. The quilting add the perfect amount of texture and helps highlight the design!

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  143. Beautiful quilt, thanks for the pattern.

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  144. I love half square triangles so Reedy River Falls is a perfect pattern in my book! Thank you for sharing your quilty expertise with us!

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  145. I follow MMD via email, Facebook and Instagram. I love the Mystery Quilt-alongs! Thank you!

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  146. Thanks for supporting the Sew Pink initiative!

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  147. Thank you so much for the pattern , Cheryl ... I follow you by blog email and always enjoy your posts. I have a family member in Greenville, SC and hope to visit someday.

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  148. I'm envious of your free motion skills!

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  149. Wow, what a lovely quilt! I especially love the quilting!

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  150. I follow you via your newsletter and Instagram.

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  151. I receive your newsletter. Thank you very much for the quilt pattern!

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  152. This quilt looks so lovely in scraps and your quilting is exceptional!

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  153. So beautiful! Love the colors you chose!

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  154. How generous to give us this pretty pattern...and a giveaway, too! I follow you on Bloglovin and e-mail. I am also a huge fan of ByAnnie products! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  155. What a lovely quilt. Something good that happened to me this month is that I had my mammogram. I've also had a biopsy and been diagnosed with breast cancer. You might wonder why this is good -- we've caught it early and I have an appointment with the surgeon tomorrow. All this activity in less than 2 weeks and my doctor says I'll be fine. Just a bump (kind of big bump) in the road.

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  156. Gorgeous quilt! I'm so behind this month because I make all my appointments in October, especially the mammogram!!!

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