Saturday, February 22, 2014

SAFARI MOON BLOG HOP! FEB 24- MARCH 12 !




What can I say, I stumbled upon Megan’s blog CanoeRidgeCreations by accident one day and I could not believe that quilts could look that way. Her signature straight-line quilting and incredible color sense as well as the beautiful photograph was just stunning. I never thought quilts could look like incredible graphic design pieces.  Click on the picture to go see her post.



This took my breath away! Victoria I am stunned honored and overwhelmed at the beauty of your quilt and your incredible pictures of Africa! A double whammy! What a magnificent post and a perfect perfect ending to this blog tour and collection. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.



II am completely honored to have Katy form IMAGINGERMONKEY be part of this hop and make these fabulous projects!  I am beyond thrilled that this quilt will be in Love Patchwork and Quilting!!!!!!! Much more than I could ever dream or imagine! Please go see her post HERE Thank you so much Katy!

                   
                 I met  Sandy through Instagram and we immediately connected even though she is around 2000 miles away. I am so amazed by the amount of work she does and what a lovely person she is. She has been helping me too in the blog world. I just adore all her projects that she made for this hop and so amazed at the speed that she made them! You can find out about all the projects and patterns on her post!  Please go see HERE  
You will truly be so inspired by all her blocks and projects. Thank you so much Sandy for helping me with this hop and being a great friend. 

LYNN=LILY'S QUILTS

I set out to do this blog hop and was surprised to meet such wonderful women behind these projects.
Lynne is a wonderful fun person and all I can say is that I wish we lived closer. After making her Staple dress she said she didn't like the way it fit so she sent it to Katy from Im a Ginger Monkey!!! And look how sexy she is in it!!!! WOW.
So can we say Yay to the infamous Staple Dress of April Rhodes and YAY to a beautiful picture of Katy that landed on my blog! Thank you so much Lynne, your dress got a lot of attention to say the least! Thanks to the beautiful model wearing it!  Thrilled beyond measure to have this fantastic project. See POST HERE


I love this fabulous foot stool that Jane made! It is so so cool and look at the quilting on the sides! Amazing. Wish that she wasn't so far away I would have her make me one! Please go read her wonderful post HERE Thank you so so much Jane for all your hard work on this fantastic foot stool!


I love so much what Terri made her quilt is beautiful please go see her HERE
Her quilt was using Thimble Blossoms Lucky pattern, and made for her little girl. This pillow, which I also love was made for a little girl fighting cancer. This really touches my heart. I am blessed that Terri made this pillow for her. Thank you so much Terri. I will cherish this always.

I have always been in love with Lee's blog, her blocks and quilts are so beautiful. I am so proud that she said yes to doing this hop and the result of this quilt blows my mind.  Lee is writing a pattern for this quilt. Thank you so so much I love this! The background is so striking with the collection.




I am so in love with this quilt by Amy Smart. The beauty and simplicity of the modern design
takes my breath away and it really show cases my prints. The back drop is unbelievable.
Thank you so so much Amy! Go See her LINK HERE



Cristy, sensational post, moved me to the core, this quilt is a masterpiece. I am so so impressed. Your blog post was really special and I was so touched. I really love the entire creation process. Thank you so so much.



Day 3! Can you believe this Katydid Bag by Sew Sweetness?
How in the world did she piece that circle???? Anyhow I adore Sara and all her work. She helped me put together this blog hop! I could not have done it with out her ! I have gotten to know her this year and she is a great friend. Thank you Sara for your amazing work and inspriation. Here Is her BLOG LINK

LINDSAY= CRAFT BUDS 


Beautiful quilt by Linday very fresh and modern, I love the organic quilting style. Lydsay, I can't believe you made this and had a baby! I am so so greatful and congratulations to your beautiful son! Thank you again for this beauty!      POST IS HERE

FAITH- FRESH LEMONS QUILTS

 Fresh lemons Quilts

A great success to day 1 of the blog hop thank you so much Faith! Stunning quilt and pattern to go with it! Thank you!
See Post HERE

I am so excited to announce the most talented group of quilters will be joining me with A BLOG HOP using the  Safari Moon fabric collection starting Feb 24 ending March 12 ! The projects will range from bags to quilts to other goodies.  I hope you have an exciting trip!
Please see links below so that you can join in this wonderful adventure through everyone's blogs!



Monday February 24  Faith Jones  Fresh Lemons Quilts  
Tuesday February 25    Lindsay Conner    
Wednesday February 26   Sarah Lawson  Sew Sweetness
http://www.sewsweetness.com
Thursday February 27  Cristy Fincher   Cristy Creates 
Friday February 28   Amy Smart  Diary of a Quilter
Monday March  Lee Heinrich Freshly Pieced 
Tuesday March  4  Teri Harlan Sew Fantastic 
Wednesday March  5  Jane Davidson Quilt Jane 
Thursday March  6  Lynne Goldsworthy Lilys Quilts 
Friday March  7  Sandy Whitelaw  Upstairs Hobby Room
Monday March 10  Katy Jones  Imagingermonkey 
Tuesday March 11  Victoria Findlay Wolfe  Victoria Findlay Wolfe  Quilts  http://bumblebeansinc.blogspot.com
Wednesday March 12  Megan Bohr Canoeridgecreations 
* Host Frances Newcombe Designer with Art Gallery Fabrics  Belly Buttons Boutique http://bellybuttonsboutique.blogspot.com


PRIZE GIVEAWAY !
Leave a comment HERE EVERYDAY
on what you enjoyed the most about that days post to be entered into the prize draw held at the end of the Hop
A FAT QUARTER BUNDLE of ENTIRE COLLECTION !


Thank you everyone for commenting I will be reading all of them! I so enjoy everyones lovely comments

Thank you to everyone who participated in this blog hop! What a wonderful experience!
I hope you all come back again! Here is the announcement for the winners!



443 comments:

  1. How exciting Frances. It is gorgeous fabric - I can't wait to see what all these amazing quilters make with it :-)

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    1. Hey Deborah you should get a prize just for coming to my blog! I really appreciate it!!! Its a lot of work so thank you so so much!!!!!!

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  2. I am so excited for this blog hop! Thank you for creating such gorgeous fabric!

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    1. Hey THANKS Bethany!! Cant wait myself! please be part of this!

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  3. I love the Safari Moon fabrics and can't wait to see what everyone creates.

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  4. Just saw Faith's beautiful quilt. I love that she took a design that lots of people have used and made it her own - the squares on point are wonderful.

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  5. Saw the quilt that Faith did. It is fabulous looking, adding another one to my forever growing bucket list.

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  6. Fairth's quilt is lucious. Fabric is fantastic and drew my eye right away.

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  7. I love Faith's quilt-I've been enjoying supersizing blocks myself recently!

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  8. Loved Megan's quilts on CanoeRidgeCreations. Simple yet effective. Lots of new ideas from looking through all the blogs.

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  9. So it begins!! Just stopped over at Faith's blog from fresh lemons, love her quilt on point!!! Looks fantastic with your fabric line!!!!

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  10. Love this fabric, the design and colors are fabulous! With her diagrams Faith made the quilt look so easy to make today.

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  11. This fabric is very beautiful. Even the name of it is pretty! I stopped by FreshLemonQuilts today and I loved Faith's post.

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  12. Loved the quilt, but really enjoyed seeing the design wall and sewing room as well. It's always great to see how someone else enjoys quilting.

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  13. Beautiful fabric, I loved Faith's quilt!
    amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

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  14. I really liked the Saddle Up quilt - so much that I think I will make it for my bedroom. Thanks!

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  15. I just came over here from Faith's (Fresh Lemons) blog. What a beautiful quilt - it really showcases your fabric! turner(underscore)post(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  16. Just came from Fresh Lemons and am in love with her quilt and these fabrics. What I notice today in the quilt is the dark/light blue and the teals. They seem to jump at me. Love these fabrics and am looking forward to this blog hop and all the projects. Thank you for hosting!

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  17. Just went to Fresh Lemons and looked at her quilt. Love the colors and how they set each other off in her quilt.

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  18. This is great! Love all the fun ideas and posts - thanks for hosting!

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  19. Yowsers! I can feel the excitement and can't wait to see the visual talent of each participant. Thank you. The Trip around the world tutorial is great. I liked your logic about the triangles and using a design wall.

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  20. I love Faith's quilt, but my favorite part was that she was inspired by that ad and made her own, actually followed through and did it. (And hers is much more beautiful than the ad!)

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  21. Faith's quilt is beautiful! I love your fabric, the colors are amazing!

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  22. Love the design and the simplicity, highlights the colors brilliantly

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  23. I love how she designed her round the world quilt...then to find that ad from Country Outfitters where the models were sitting on an around the world quilt. Quilting certainly is showing up everywhere this year. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  24. Faith's quilt is beautiful. I love the way it highlights all the different fabrics. What I enjoyed most about her post though, was the photo of the quilt on the snow, and her comment that if you squint, you can imagine it on a beach. I'm going to start squinting and imagining that this winter is over :). Thanks for the fun! Safari Mon is gorgeous!

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  25. Faith's quilt really shows off the colours so beautifully! Not to mention the free pattern to go with it :)

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  26. Love the quilt at Craft Buds -- the colors of the fabrics really pop against the white background. Just beautiful!

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  27. I love Lindsay's quilt - the colours are gorgeous!

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  28. Love the bright colors against the neutral background. Lovely! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. Love Lindsay's playing cards quilt!! Im doing the bee with her book right now!! love her book!!!

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  30. Lindsay did a beautiful job showing off the bold, bright colours of the line, thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  31. I loved Lindsay's quilt photos on the weathered wood fence. Beautiful!

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  32. This collection is so bright, cheery and fun! I'm enjoying this blog hop.

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  33. I love that Lindsay's quilt really shows off the beautiful fabrics as she uses large, bold blocks. Beautiful :-)

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  34. Exiting! It looks like some giant granny squares!

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  35. I love the Playing Cards quilt that Lindsay made. It's a great idea for using fabrics with larger prints. I think I have a few of those!

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  36. Feb 25. I love how today's post really shows how the color pops! I love it

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  37. I really loved Lindsay's quilting, it just made it and what a beautiful, colorful quilt!

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  38. she makes everything look easy, like squirting a bit of fresh lemon on a heavy sauce dish to freshin- it up...and she doesnt mind if you take a bit off her plate, she shares, shares and shares.. and she always answers emails with being completely polite. Just look at her site,, its just brightness and cheery like her smile. If I were to meet any blogger I follow, first I would want it to be her. Honestly..

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  39. Lindsay's quilt speaks tons about her...and her directions. and made her problem of a broken quilting experience work for her not against her. I have been reading her material and sewing with her since Zakka 101, It was midnight, I am trying to learn to sew and make this project for the week, I post a comment on Flick for help, BANG ! and instantly an email pops up helping me..she does her research like she says and hey ' if it dont work, do it another way" thats a great attitude, I love it. and she does share too..

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  40. So beautiful! I love seeing the different ideas Everyone has! Craft Buds' post with the writing was lovely, and a good machine compromise.

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  41. Faith's quilt is lovely. I was surprised when people pointed her at the Trip Around the World block for this as I hadn't realised that's what it was. It looks like a lot of work and I love the way she pieced it diagonally.

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  42. The Tuesdays Playing Card qulit is nice as it looks like a perfect way to use scraps. That is my challenge this year....learn to use scraps instead of being so tailored and matching all the time!

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  43. Love the fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  44. Safari Moon is a wonderful collection. Lindsay showcases the collection so well with her Playing Cards quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  45. I like to organic quilting lines on the playing cards quilt. It seems like a lot of work, but it turns out so pretty!

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  46. Just left a comment for Lindsay. She did an amazing job, your fabrics' bright colors really pop in her quilt. I also like her organic wave quilting! :)

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  47. Faith's quilt is wonderful, love the colors.

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  48. Lindsay's Playing Cards quilt really makes your fabrics shine. I love the way she quilted it as well.

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  49. I love the colors Lindsay chose in her quilt!

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  50. Love the pattern Craft Buds used--Safari Moon just pops with that neutral background and design.

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  51. Playing Cards is the perfect quilt to showcase these wonderful fabrics!

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  52. I love that today's quilt looks easy to make and shows the fabrics beautifully.

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  53. The prize should go to DeborahGun, she is such an awesome supporter. Love the quilt pattern Fresh Lemon Quilts came up with and love how the colors just pop on Lindsays over at Craft Buds.

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  54. Congratulations in the blog hop and the awesome line up!! Lots if my favourites in there and hoping to find some new bloggers to follow as well as some inspiration! I love Faith's quilt - scrappy but still coherent. I struggle a bit with a full blown scrap attack :)

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  55. Another great quilt today, thank you!!

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  56. I love the modern look and the quilting lines in Lindsay's quilt! This illustrates just how versatile this fabric is! It could be used for a sweet child's quilt with animal motifs, or it can be used in a bold modern quilt! Wonderful colors and texture.

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  57. I hope that I am not too late commenting on yesterday's post for this hop... I love the quilt that Faith Jones made, the total effect is gorgeous!!

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  58. I love the quilt stitching on Lindsay's quilt!! Gorgeous!

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  59. I really liked Lindsay's scrappy binding today

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  60. I love the rainbow of colors. Wow that is a bright quilt.

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  61. I love Lindsays colorful description of you fabrics, they are lovely, and i would agree that the leaf print in green and blue are terriffic. The fabrics are great and the quilts made by both Lindsay and Faith have made show them off really well.

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  62. Lindsay's quilt has a nice modern touch and the fabrics are wonderful. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  63. Lindsay bin.ding is j I st great, I have been wanting to try a scrappy no.ding.

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  64. I love the quilt, it is basically an on point Granny Square and that is my favorite block. Thanks for the directions I like the 3.5 in squares, nice size, beautiful fabrics.

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  65. You have me confused about how this is working but Frances quilt at Craftbuds has some beautiful fabric with wonderful quilting.

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  66. I love the crincly look on Lindsays quilt.

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  67. The Charm Pack Cherry Quilt instruction video inspires me, I have never made a whole quilt before, but it looks really easy!

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  68. I love the paper piecing on Sara's bag - the colours from your fabrics really pop :-) And motion graphics - you are a woman of many talents :-)

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  69. I just love the Katydid Bag! Beautiful colors and big and roomy! I want to make several of them.
    Thanks.

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  70. I love all of Sara's bags, so pretty and so much thought goes into each one! Great showcase of your fabrics too!

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  71. Sarah Lawson is such a cutie herself and the bag was great.. I would like to do a longer handle and make it my camera bag... I love this fabric for the dramatic but it has a soft creamy hue too.. I cant explain it.. the purse is a Eye catcher..

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  72. Sara's Katydid bag is incredible! The blue background really highlights the Safari Moon fabric!

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  73. Sara makes the most wonderful bags and this latest one is a great way to showcase the beautiful Safari Moon fabrics. Love it!

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  74. The Katydid Bag is cute, I especially like the handles.

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  75. Sara's bags are awesome. I love the sneak peek of the green bag, I think the green is my favorite fabric of the collection.

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  76. I'm completely new to sewing and quilting so I liked the organic wavy lines finishing stitches on today's quilt. I think that's something I could actually manage both machine-wise and skills-wise. Maybe. Seeing is believing, though. :)

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  77. The bag Sara made with the star is gorgeous... those colours really pop!!

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  78. I'm glad to have seen the closeups of the Katydid bag. I love that moth print for the lining. I get inspired when animals are hiding in quilted projects. Thank you.

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  79. Sara's bag is fabulous!!!
    Great fabrics!

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  80. I just love the quilts that have been made to showcase this fabric. It really is wonderful, bright, cheery fabric and would make such a fabulous quilt. All the ones I've seen so far are fantastic, and I think I could even come up with something original myself, for once. :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  81. Sara's bag is wonderful. I love the way she combined the blender-type fabric with the print to make the star sparkle!

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  82. Faith's quilt is absolutely gorgeous. Love all the fabric!

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  83. Lindsey's quilt is just diving! The quilting is my favourite part, well, other than the fabric of course ;)

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  84. I love that this was Sara's first time designing a paper pieced star!

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  85. Love Sara's bag and that she named it Katydid.

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  86. Love the bag! Hard to believe it was her first time designing a pp star

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  87. I love how versatile your fabric is - bag, quilt - can't wait to see what's next. I love the vibrant colours in Sara's bag.

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  88. Sarah's bag is just wonderful! I have no idea how she pieced that circle either. I love the recessed zip.

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  89. Never seen a bag like Sarah´s before! Really cool.

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  90. Amy has a great presentation on the Cuts of Cotton online store!

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  91. Cristi's Safari Cruise design is just amazing - I love the flow from the solids to the prints - and the blue and the pink together - my favourite :-)

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  92. Your fabric is showcased stunningly in Cristy's beautifully designed quilt. Love it!:)

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  93. I enjoyed Christy sharing a bit of her design process the most. Her quilt is stunning! She is very talented.

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  94. Cristy's quilt is beautiful! I love the way the pattern and fabrics flow across the quilt!!

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  95. Cristy's design is awesome. I love the progression of her blocks.

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  96. Cristy's quilt is amazing, the progression from solids to pattern is so clever and so effective.

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  97. Cristy's quilt is AMAZING! I'm just loving the freshness of the colors in this line!

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  98. I loce Christy's Safari Cruise quilt especially the zebras poking their heads out of the centers. I also learned about Post It Graph Paper Pads, have to get me one of those. Thanks!

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  99. I love that Christy had an opportunity to design and showcase the line. She did a great job and the fabric is really used to its potential.

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  100. Christy's Safari Cruise quilt is beautiful, so interesting the way the blocks are set. Her blog was new to me and I'm glad I found it.

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  101. Hi, really like Christy's quilt>so neat, so bright+fresh-looking!
    Thanks for sharing!


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  102. Amazing piecing from Sew Sweetness! The colors look gorgeous in this combination

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  103. This line is gorgeous! I've been looking forward to seeing more since we saw all the IG pics from quilt market. Cristy's quilt today is really fun.

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  104. How did I miss seeing the zebras in this line?!! I'm glad Cristy pointed it out today! Adorable!

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  105. Cristy's quilt is fabulous!
    I love the zebras!!

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  106. The directions on how to make 'Saddle Up' from Fresh Lemons Modern Quilts.
    The modern 'Play Cards' Quilt from Craftbuds.
    The unique Mariners Compass from Sew Sweetness.
    Seeing the process of making a quilt - grid paper drawings to blocks to quilt from Sewmuchlikemom.
    Just wonderful to see the fabric collection used in such different ways.
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  107. I love Cristy's quilt and the transition from simple to complex in the fabric choices. It looks amazing!!

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  108. I love the drama and sparkle of Christie's modern quilt, and you are both right about the zebras - they add just the right touch! I enjoyed her post about you and her comments on the fabric.

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  109. I love how Cristy used the zebras in her quilt. So perfect!

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  110. Cristy has a great idea with the fabrics morphing from solid to print... how neat is that??!!

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  111. http://www.sewmuchlikemom.com, Didnt you just love the design and the solids she picked out.. it was so delightful..

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  112. Today I enjoyed cristy's gorgeous quilt and the story she told, as she showed the progress. These fabrics are just so cool and beautiful and springy and cheery! Thanks!

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  113. I liked Christy's quilt, on point is a fun way to do quilts.

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  114. I love the colours in faiths Saddle up quilt! I do like reading how people have put things togerher.

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  115. I loved the way Lindsay's quilt showed off the fabrics so nicely!

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  116. Just looking joining the blog hop. Love Christy's quilt top. The block setting is great at showing off the fabrics.

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  117. Oooh, i love Christys quilt! Just my colours, and I like the way it gets filled up down to the right side! Clever made.

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  118. Amy's quilt pattern is gorgeous and she couldn't have picked a better backdrop for her photos!!!

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  119. I just saw Christy's page. She has such a talent in describing her pictures, which was quite helpful for me since my computer isn't showing any pictures today. I hope to get that remedied real soon so I can go back and see her pictures for real. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  120. Amy used a great pattern to showcase the Safari Moon fabrics, large pieces so you can really see a lot of the prints, I love that!

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  121. Amy's quilt really shows off the gorgeous prints. And the fabric colors are so vibrant! Her photos were entertaining too -- some of her family members did a good job posing creatively.

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  122. What an amazing quilt Cristy has made, I love that layout with the splash of printed background. I can't believe she doesn't/didn't consider herself to be a designer!

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  123. I love the big blocks in Amy's quilt, showing off the fabric, and I adore the quilting too.

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  124. Amy's quilt is fantastic! Looks like it would go together fairly quickly too. Thanks.

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  125. Amy's quilt is so lovely. The pattern is simple but shows off the fabrics so nicely.

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  126. On Lindsay's day, Feb 25, I liked that fact that she showed the variety of the fabrics in big enough pieces so we could enjoy them. I also like the setting she used. It gives a lot of energy to her quilt.

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  127. The Katydid bag from Sara on Feb 26 is stunning. The solid blue is perfect for the precise paper-pieced points.

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  128. Cristy's zebras on Feb 28 are so charming. I also like the flow from solid to print. She is very clever.

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  129. Faith's Around the World blocks show what modern fabrics look like in traditional settings. Her unique take on the fabric reminds me again how much I love the cheery colors of the 30s fabrics. I love that she got the idea from an ad that used a picnic cloth. It is perfect for that.

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  130. Today's hop spot--Amy--inspired me to think about how I could use some of my favorite fabrics. You know, the ones you don't want to cut up because you enjoy the design so much! I see one of her quilt patterns in my future. It is just right for your fabric line. I would hate to lose those pretty butterflies and that cute zebra that itsy-bitsy piecing might obscure.

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  131. Amy's quilt today showcases the fabulous prints in this line!

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  132. another great day!! I love Amy's quilt and what a back drop Utah makes!!

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  133. I love Amy's big blocks, the fabrics really shine.

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  134. Amy's quilt is amazing, I really like the way her solid square blocks show off the beautiful fabric!:)

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  135. I love Amy's quilt - the orange really pops and the setting is wonderful!

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  136. I love the modern quilt designs. I can't quite get my head around them enough to go off on my own so thanks for keeping the inspiration going.

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  137. I love how Amy's quilt really shows off the fabrics themselves

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  138. Cristy made such an amazing quilt top! Genius that it gets more intense and busy as the design moves across.

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  139. Love the big patches of fabric used in the quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  140. The deep shade Cristy chose really sets off the intensity of your designs & colors and plays well into the pattern she chose. So far, they are all stunning and I can hardly wait to get some of my own to play with..especially the moths!

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  141. Oh My! I think Sew Much Like Mom is my new favorite place to be! I absolutely love that graduated print to solid effect she made!!

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  142. I'm a huge Amy fan, and I love the large blocks of color. Wonderful!!

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  143. I love how Amy's quilt shows off large expanses of the line.

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  144. Such happy fabric and beautiful quilts. What an inspiration for our Guild challenge. Looking forward to the next phase of your journey

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  145. So the first thing I had to do was go through the rest of the week...and on Christy's post I enjoyed seeing how her design had developed.

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  146. I love the way Amy's quilt shows off the beautiful fabrics. And the quilting gives them such lovely texture too.

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  147. The quilts I've seen so far are stunning! Your fabric looks good in any pattern! Awesome job!

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  148. I love the quilting on Lindsay's quilt. When life gives you lemons...

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  149. Loving the hop! I adore Faith's on point quilt!

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  150. Just discovered this hop. Love this fabric collection and all of the great quilts!

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  151. I just discovered this blog hop. Love the fabrics. Love the big block quilt and the purse. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  152. I love how Amy's quilt really highlights the patterns in the fabrics with the large blocks.

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  153. I late to the blog hop but a review shows that the projects so far are Stunning!! This fabric is so versatile! Love it

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  154. Wow Cristy's quilt is amazing love the staggered block look and seeing her drawing method was fun too

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  155. So far, I am blown away by the different ideas for Safari Moon...It's like looking at a new collection each time I see a project. Safari Moon is gorgeous!

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  156. Amy's big blocks really show off the beautiful fabrics, I can't wait for her pattern.

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  157. I like Amy´s use of big pieces of fabric!

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  158. I love the simplicity of Amy's quilt. The large blocks are great for large scale prints

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  159. I love the beautiful quilt by Linday . I too tend to go with darker colors for my home, but love the bright colors in quilts. I love her quilting and wish I could learn to do that on my machine.
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  160. Irst, I love the backdrop compared to mius 8 C here. And I love the simplicity and organic pattern of 1 large, 3 small sections. I just caught up to Amy's post from Friday. :)

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  161. I liked the Amy Smart's use of the Expedition Blue colorway in her beautiful quilt.

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  162. Amy's quilt is beautiful. I'm pleased she's going to publish the pattern as it's a great design for large scale prints

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  163. Lee's quilt is beautiful -- even while waiting to be finished. Having machine issues can really put a damper on getting projects done!

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  164. I have loved everything so far on this blog hop. Lee's quilt is just stunning - combined with the dark background makes the colours look really different, almost pastel.

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  165. I love how the Safari Moon fabrics look against a rich dark blue background, and Lee's quit shows this beautifully.

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  166. Today's post was so dern funny that I was almost distracted from the lovely quilt! I can soo relate to mechanical problems getting in the way of completion! Beautiful use of these great fabrics!

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  167. Lee's quilt is lovely! The contrast between your fabric and the dark blue background is stunning! Hope her machine is back in working order, quickly.:)

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  168. Lee's choice of background color really does make the fabrics sing. Not one I would have considered, but I will now.

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  169. The dark background lee used sure makes the safari moon fabrics stand out wonderfully! Shame she was having machine troubles whilst finishing it!

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  170. I love the dark blue in Lee's quilt. Love all the bright colors.

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  171. I like the wavy quilt lines in Lee's quilt.

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  172. Too bad with that machine, Lee! But I like your "Hulk" ;=

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  173. Lee's quilt is stunning!
    I hope her machine is fixed soon!

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  174. Wow, Lee's quilt is stunning with the navy background!

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  175. I love the dark blue in Lee's quilt, and all the bright colors!

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  176. Wow I never thought to use two colors of thread in the quilting/ Duh! It really looks great. I like the royal blue background with the safari Moon colors too.

    Lawton_linda (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  177. Amy's quilt is gorgeous and really shows off the Safari Moon fabrics. I like that quilt design for lovely fabrics (and also doesn't look too hard)

    Lawton_linda (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  178. The deep blue really makes Safari Moon shine! I would never have thought to use such a strong color!

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  179. I cant decide what background looks the best with this fabric, the last 2 samples have been gorgeous.. on day I will figure out what folks mean about burying your Knots..??

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  180. Today I enjoyed thinking of Lee's quilt as a star floating in the night sky. I can be so afraid of navy blue, but she did such a beautiful job choosing that background. It really highlights the Safari Moon and is beautiful all alone.

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  181. I loved that Lee used the brilliant blue for her background. It is such a perfect color to set off Safari Moon.

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  182. I really love the design Lee created and the fabric star pops on the blue background!!! Stunning and beautiful!

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  183. Love the dark blue against the prints in Lee's quilt!

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  184. Heeee heeee, the Hulk! Love Lee's quilt, the contrast is beautiful, even if the quilting is more work than she usually likes!

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  185. I just adore Lee's quilt! I like that she had to change her design a bunch of times while creating this quilt I don't feel so alone anymore as this is something I tend to do on a regular basis.

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  186. Your prints look great in the Thimble Blossoms pattern!

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  187. Love that thimble blossoms pattern! works so well with the solid white background!

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  188. All those colorful HST make for a happy quilt today!

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  189. Terri's quilt and pillow are gorgeous! And what a touching story that she was able to use her talent and some of the fabrics to help a family in need.

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