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Thursday, March 27, 2014

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Mom C

Congrats. Love them both but I'd probably have to add blue, I can't seem to make a quilt without blue. Thanks.

Dianne Payne

So, when do you take time to put your feet up and just relax?

Dee M

Wow! How neat to see you on the cover of the magazine. I love this magazine!

Carmen N

I love the antique look of the cover version!

Pat

congrats Pat! It's a lovely quilt!

Glenda

You deserve to be a cover girl and Primative Quilts/projects and you are the best. And I am sending in my subscription.

Peggy

Congratulations on being the Cover Girl! I do love your quilt as it is, but I'm also a fan of green and orange. I think I would go in that direction. I did subscribe to the magazine.

Beth

Congratulations on your quilt being on the cover of Primative Quilt. Love it!

Marie Chat

I'm a big fan of the colors you chose for your Brandywine quilt. Congratulations for it being a cover girl! Other colors are fun too which shows how versatile it is!

Stella

Congratulations!!! The thrill of seeing your quilt on the cover and then seeing the magazine in all the shops. Enjoy the ride and I'm sure there will be more.

Linda V

Meant to add... I love the colors you used!

Linda V

Wow! Congratulations!

Margaret Schindler

Congrats on being on the cover. I love the one on the cover more earthtones. Looks great.

Pat Allen

Wow... congratulations on having your Brandywine design on the front cover of Primitive Quilts! I would love to win a copy of this issue, and my color choices would be very close to yours as I favor the tans, hunter green, old gold and deep rustic reds... and would do a machine blanket stitch in black on the applique. Thank you for this chance to win!!

Judy Lane

Beautiful quilt, Pat. Blessings.

Debbie G

Wow! What a beautiful quilt. I love the warm colors in black, gold, red and green. You do wonderful patterns and designs. I hope I win. I would love to discover more in the pages of Primitive Quilts.

Sherill V

Wonderful quilt! I'm thinking maybe I would make it in from my stash! Bright colours! I'm trying not to buy more fabric until I use that I have.

Susan

I think I would make it in blue, green and yellow.

Marge

I just ordered a subscription. This offer made me finally decide to subscribe. I like the traditional look so most likely would make the quilt in red and green.

Linda Gegorski

I took a primative colored quilt you designed, published in McCalls Quilting magazine 8 years ago and made two children's quilts with bright colors. I sent a picture of the two quilts to McCall's and they published them. Does lollipops and stars sound familar? Love your designs and all my quilting friends know you are my favorite! Keep up the good work.

Pam

Lol! Congratulations! I wondered what that squeeeeeel was all about! First, your quilt is very beautiful (!), however, that Bits and Bobbins and bit of Kate Spain orange (isn't it fabulous!) is Stunning! In fact, I've been just dying to do a Kaffe quilt and this might just be perfect...so yep, Kaffe Fassett fabrics would look lovely in this pattern!

Dorisjean

Love the colors and congrats on making the cover!!! Yay!!

Mary

Yes, I did hear you squeal! You are so fun to follow, and I love your newsy newsletters!
Congratulations on being a cover girl!

Susan Entwistle

I think I'd use colors similar to the cover, only I might want to do it in mostly wools. I love this magazine/book and I don't often see it every time it comes out, so thanks for the link and the subscription offer. I'm headed over there now to subscribe.

Terri geesey

I love them both! Mine would have to be on the bright side with some pink and coral in it...
Thanks for sharing!

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