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Monday, November 19, 2012

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Carolyn H.

This is a lovely quilt. Happy birthday to you and many many more. I would love for my next quilt to be teals and purples in various shades. Thank you for a chance at your giveaway.

Sonya

Your quilt is beautiful! I LOVE red and white quilts, and I really want to make one someday! Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

Linda Roberts

Red's whites and a touch of gray would be a nice cool combo. Hope you had a terrific birthday

Barb

Happy Birthday Pat! I love jewel tones and would love to do the quilt in those colors.

Nina-Marie

lately I've put a nice sky blue and chocolate quilt on my mine with stark winter white.

Angela Hester

Ooooh, the possibilities.

My niece and daughter both love orange and yellow so I think I'd have to try those.

Debra Mack

Happy Birthday..wonderful ideas for quilts thank you for your inspiration. We have 5 inches of snow in western NEbraska..sew peacefully

Linda

I think I would have to say purple and green too--I have never done anything like that----Happy Birthday Pat---it was indeed a happy day when you were born.......

Janice Zoeckler

Happy Birthday. I would like to make my next quilt in a medium brown batik with a cream/yellow batik. The pattern I would use is Eleanor Burns' "Night and Day."

Kathy A

I'd live to make one lime green and purple. Happy Birthday Pat!

Lindaski

I love purple, green, and turquoise together. That may be my next quilt.
Happy Birthday to you Pat.

Traci Stevenson

I would love to complete it in Christmas batiks! Tis' the season!!

Shelia Chandler

Happy Birthday Pat. I would use brown, green's and cream fabrics. Although I love scrappy so much that I'm sure I would add in more fabrics. Hehe...I just love the thrill of quilting.

Sarah in Houston

I really love red and white.

rosemarie

I am into black and white at the moment

Joy

Green, reds, golds and creams, my favorite colors, not just at Christmas!

JOY

mary

santa's whiskers

Michele Kampen

I am loving chocolates and creams at the moment, maybe it's because they remind me of food?

Candace Weiss

What great tutorials! I would use pink, white and black with a touch of maroon.

Joan Buchholz

HAPPY BIRTHDAY,PAT! I would love to see it in pink and purples...have a great day!

Marlene

Raspberry,chocolate and pale pink. Love all the bright colors used in your quilts.

Linda LaRose

Happy Birthday, Pat! I'd happily use the REDS you showed above from your line of fabrics. You also share your special day with my younger smart & talented son. P.S. I saw you at VQF and I would NEVER have guessed you would be 'fifty something':)
Linda in Florida

Jenny Moore

Have a great Birthday Pat. I was told you should always have lime green in your quilts. It really adds zip. The colors that I would like to use would be putting purples and greens together

Kristi Van Os

HaPpY BiRtHdAy! Pink, Grey, Lime Green, and a Yellow. This is a color combo that I've wanted to pull together for sometime to make a guilt.

Terri C

Happy Birthday! I adore any jewel tones but I would love to do one with purple, green and blue.

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