Monday, February 9, 2015

Layers of Charm

I am so excited because today I finally get to show off this beautiful quilt I made using the Fat Quarter Shop's free Layers of Charm Pattern.




 When the Fat Quarter Shop contacted me to see if I wanted to participate in this blog hop, I instantly agreed and immediately knew which fabrics I wanted to use - the Mimosa collection Layercake by Windham Fabrics and a Kona charm pack in Coal.  They work so beautifully together!





Not only does the Fat Quarter Shop put together a lovely free pattern - you can also watch this video where Kimberly gives you all the quick and easy instructions.  This pattern makes a quilt that is 57.5" square and it is so very easy to assemble.  (The pattern also includes instructions for sizes ranging from baby, to table runner, all the way to king!)





As I was making this quilt, I realized I have not shared a great way to mark your solid fabrics.  I use a Hera marker (mine is by Clover) to make a crease in the fabric versus drawing a line with a pen.  You can also see I made a second crease 1/2" over from the first.  This is a second trick I want to share.




You can stack about 3 to 5 layers and mark them all at once.  Above you can see how the line shows through the layers.  This makes marking squares so much faster!  And charm packs are so wonderfully lined up, it took me no time at all to have all the marking done.



Then you just follow the crease to sew.  You can see how easy it is to see.  This was actually the bottom square on a stack of five I marked at once.

For the second trick, you are going to sew on both lines.  (Note that the second marked line is away from the fabrics you are sewing together.)




Once you have sewn on both lines, you trim in between the sewing and the pieces you would normally discard are now sewn together.




When these pieces are all pressed open, you have a stack of HSTs that can be used to embellish the back of your quilt or used in a second project.



I turned mine into these nine fun pinwheel blocks!

But I digress - back to the lovely Layers of Charm quilt!



I quilted it with a wonderfully textured echoed floral design and used a stencil to quilt a Fleur-d-lis in the gray space.  The wonderful fruity colors in this line really bring summer to those wintry gray days.






This lap quilt was fun and easy to make and the pattern is a great way to use a layercake. And if you don't have one in your stash, there are many  available at the Fat Quarter Shop.  They really have a wonderful selection.

A huge thanks to the Fat Quarter Shop for including me in this blog hop and for this new free short cut quilt pattern.  You guys are awesome!


 


Not only am I excited about this finish, I am also excited to be able to give one lucky reader a $25 gift certificate to do a little shopping at the Fat Quarter Shop - Yep, I'm having a giveaway!






To enter, just leave me a comment letting me know if you have ever used one of the Fat Quarter Shops' shortcut quilt patterns.  If so, which ones have you tried. (One entry per person.)

Please make sure you’re not a no-reply blogger (or leave an email address in your comment if you’re not sure). I may not be able to reply to all comments left during the giveaway as it gets a bit overwhelming!  But I certainly will try.

The giveaway is open until Friday February 13th, 5pm PST. Good luck everyone!

Sorry - This giveaway is closed! 

The winner is #70 Trisch who is pretty excited.


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173 comments:

  1. I have saved lots of Fat Quarter Shop patterns to try. Does that count? LOL. I like this pattern and I am going to make it very soon. I have lots of charms and this is a perfect way to use them. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I love that Mimosa fabric - looks fantastic with the grey! Just completed LOC myself and made Charm Pack Cherry and Fat Quarter Fizz!

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  3. Yes I made the Fat Quarter Fizz quilt with Lexington fabrics and it came out very nice!

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  4. I have never used a FQS shortcut quilt pattern, but after seeing so many fabulous versions of this pattern today, I think it would be fun to give it a go! Lovely finish, and great tip for marking the lines to sew.

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  5. I have a jelly roll jam just waiting for me to baste and quilt

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  6. I've never used one of their patterns but have saved this one thinking it might be a good one for a baby quilt. Made 6 Queen and bigger last year so this year my word is "smaller"! thanks for this opportunity.

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  7. I have actually never used the free patterns and didn't even know they had them! I tried finding them on the website and it took about 20 minutes before I was able to find the patterns. Maybe now that I know they are there I will use them!

    I love this pattern and plan on making a couple of baby quilts with some 20's-30's repro fabrics. They will be perfect!

    Thanks for the chance to win, but especially for the great idea for baby quilts!

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  8. How fun! I have made this one and a Layercake lemonade. I love your use of the pinwheels.

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    1. The layercake lemonade is a fast quilt. I used some Harry Potter fabric and cut the 10 inch squares. It is a good pattern for an interesting fabric that you do not want to cut up the design.

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  9. I haven't, but this one is cool and looks really easy. I like that the scraps can make easy HSTs too.

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  10. I haven't made one before but I like this one!

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  11. I am so glad you asked this question. I have never tried one and I have no idea why not. There are always last minute quilts to be made and I will look into these shortcut patterns.

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  12. No! I haven't used one of the FQS's Quick patterns but I am definitely heading over there to check it out! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. I've used the Mini Charm Mix pattern from Fat Quarter Shop to make a table runner. Clear directions--I love the pressing arrows--and quick to complete. This pattern also has additional sizes listed. Thanks for the chance in the giveaway.

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  14. I LOVE this!!! I wish I had used some brighter prints for mine, but such was the math fabric available : P This is my second time using their shortcut patterns. I used the Jelly Roll Jam last year and it came together so quickly!

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  15. I have watched many of the you tubes, but never have made a pattern yet! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  16. I love your quilt - I haven't made any FQS projects yet but I'd like to make this one!!

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  17. I have never used a Short-cut pattern. Though I do have fabric to make their jelly roll jam quilt. This pattern is SO good though. I think it is next on my quilting list.

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  18. I have never tried one but they look great!

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  19. Thanks for sharing. Love those colors with the dark gray. I haven't actually sewn a short-cut pattern, but I definitely need to get a couple ready to go for quick gifts. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. I've tried their Jelly Roll Jam pattern and it turned out great! I love it! I also like the color combo you chose for your quilt. Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetoweratgmaildotcom

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  21. I have not yet made one of their shortcut patterns, but I have participated in two of their BOM's and if anyone wants to try a BOM for the first time this is the place to start! They do a great job.

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  22. I've not made one of their shortcuts quilts yet but this one may be my first. I've got some fabric in my stash that I'd like to use up for charity quilts for a children's camp.

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  23. I love your version! I haven't yet tried any of their shortcut patterns, but this one is really, really tempting!

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  24. I love your use of colors in this quilt! Beautiful. I'm not sure I've tried their shortcut patterns. I can tell you that I will be sewing this pattern! I am sewing along with the Snapshot quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  25. I love the Fleur-d-lis that you quilted in the grey space! I have not yet used one of the Fat Quarter Shop's shortcut patterns. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. I have tried several. The layer cake and charm square one. They were fun and fast!

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  27. I haven't used any of the shortcut patterns. This looks to easy not to try for a quick quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. I love this quilt! I've bookmarked most of the shortcut quilts for future last-minute-gifts though haven't made one yet. This could be the motivation. I really love the fleurs de-lis patterns! :-) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. I LOVE your version of this quilt! I am sad to say that I have never used one of their shortcut quilt patterns, but this one is great motivation to try it. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  30. I just ran across this pattern at another blog-I really like it! And you picked such wonderful colors for it!! Yes I have used their patterns before, love them!

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  31. I have plans for almost all of the FatQuarterShop's free patterns - set aside fabric and made notes but I haven't made them yet! :0 Your quilt is really cute. :)

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  32. I have printed every shortcut quilt pattern in anticipation of great things! Can never wait to see what's next!
    satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

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  33. I haven't made one yet (no surprise, I've only made a handful of quilts) but I have a layer cake and I think I might have to try this pattern out!

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  34. I'm in the works of making the moda love quilt- love these shortcut quilts!!

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  35. LOVE this quilt! I've saved & printed out some of the Fat Quarter Shop patterns, but haven't had the chance to use them yet. I know I will as I have plans to make lots of quilts this year. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. I plan on using this tutorial!! Great work on yours and I love the extra project!

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  37. This looks so cute and as soon as I saw the pattern I was hoping some of the bloggers would put those extra hsq to good use as you did!!

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  38. I just love your version, especially using the Kona Coal! Beautiful! I also made this pattern, but haven't tried any others yet.

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  39. I just used the jelly roll jam one a month ago and loved it. I have this one saved to try also. I have that same layer cake you used so I am thinking copy cat a quilt for my daughter! Thanks so much!

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  40. You chose such a bright and cheery fabric line and I LOVE this! I love this pattern period because it is so quick to put together a quilt when needing one quickly... no matter what size! This might be one of my go-to patterns for a quick gift! Even quilting didn't take long! I really love this fabric line and might need to snatch it up myself!

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  41. Have used jelly roll jam I and II, Charm Pack Cherry [numerous times], etc. Love Kimberly's creative patterns for precuts!! This new pattern appears to best one!!

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  42. Mimosa and coal look great together. I haven't made a FQ shop pattern yet, but am all set to go with the Mini Charm Mix.

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  43. Hi, Cynthia! I've made a couple of quilts with Charm Pack Cherry pattern and love the way it turns out. This is a fun pattern, too. I adore your quilting in the gray diamonds - perfect!

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  44. I have never bought any of these pre-cuts like layer cakes and jelly rolls, so,I've never checked out these patterns. Would love to give it a try, though.

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  45. I have not tried one of their patterns. After seeing your quilt, I see that they could be a lot of fun

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  46. I have not used their patterns but I have admired them. Now that I have use of a 10" square die, I will be trying some.

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  47. I've collected the patterns and have them ready for when I need a quick finish. I love that they do patterns in addition to being a great place to buy fabric.

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  48. I received a hard copy of Charm Pack Cherry in with one of my orders, and I love it; I haven't made it yet, although I plan to!

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  49. I have a bunch of shortcut patterns pinned and I've printed out a few. Now I need to sort my stash and see what I can pair up. This is one pattern I'm looking forward to making!

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  50. I have not. Will have to check them out.

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  51. I must have my head in the sand, because I've never seen a shortcut pattern, but I'm all for anything with the word 'shortcut' in it, so I will check them our asap. Thank you so much for this giveaway opportunity. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  52. I fairly new and the very first pattern I tried was the Jelly Roll Jam on FQS YouTube channel! I loved it and have been following them ever since. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  53. I have not used a short cut pattern from them before and had not heard of them! I am going to look at them to use now though! Thank you for the lovely giveaway and info~!

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  54. Love the fabrics you chose for your quilt! I haven't tried any of the FQS shortcut patterns, but have them bookmarked to use for future gifts. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  55. I love the charcoal with the bright colors! I've never used a short cut quilt pattern, but it seems like a great idea, especially for those quilty gifts that sneak up on you!

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  56. That beautiful quilt will cheer up any grey wintry day Cyndy! You chose a great combination of fabrics and your quilting is just gorgeous! I've never tried a FQS short cut pattern, but I am a regular customer for sure.

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  57. Your quilt is delightful! I love the way the gray makes the other colors pop. I made a Charm Pack Cherry quilt using the Fat Quarter Shop's pattern. Love the Fat Quarter Shop! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  58. Love this pattern. I love your quilt. The gray compliments the layer cake squares.

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  59. Love your quilt, and it is great to find another quilting blog! What a great day! I've used several of the FQS patterns. They are lots of fun and make wonderful gifts (fast finishes on top of everything else), and I always look forward to the blog hop for inspiration. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  60. I haven't used any of the short cuts from FQS. I really like your beautiful quilt.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  61. I have saved several but have yet to make one. However I love the look of this pattern. Especially love the coal with the bright colors on your quilt.

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  62. I don't believe I have but I've certainly purchased fabric from them many times :-) I just put up a layer pack of Waterfront Park to make this pattern - now to decide what color charm pack to use - hmmm. thanks for the tute/pattern/giveaway!

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  63. I haven't used any of Fat QUarters short-cut patterns and have to admit, I didn't even know about them! I've bookmarked this post as I always shop with them...but obviously need to start looking at their patterns!! So excited for the give-away and thanks for sharing the link to their pattern! Love the Mimosa matched with the gray!!!

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  64. I have saved them, but I haven't made one yet. :-). I really like the look of your quilt and will be adding this pattern too. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  65. I love how your version turned out, especially the quilting design you chose. I haven't made a FQS short-cut pattern yet, but this is definitely on my list for a layer cake I've been holding onto for a while. I just want to make it a bit larger so I think I'm going to use the extra 10" squares and possibly add a border. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  66. LOOOOOVE your Quilt! & Fabrics you used! Gorgeous!

    My Daughter & I are making the "Charm Pack Cherry" quilt pattern...mine is in Sewing Box...and hers is in Bobbins & Bits!

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  67. I haven't made any of their patterns yet, but I did just get a couple of fat quarter bundles from them.

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  68. i haven't made any of their patterns yet, but this one will probably be my 1st. i've been looking for a simple quilt to make for a friend and this is perfect.

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  69. I have never made one of their quilts,nor have I ever been able to purchase fabric from them,
    $$ go for batting and backings for many, many donation quilts each year.
    I would love to win the giveaway and have a chance to purchase from them.
    Love your blog and your quilts. thanks for this offer
    gladyswahl@yahoo.com

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  70. I haven't used any of their shortcut quilt patterns. This will be the first. I have a layer cake in mind.

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  71. I have not used any of their patterns, but I'll use this one for my Project Linus group. It looks to be quick to make and great for boys or girls, and by varying the size good for any age.

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  72. Love the saturated colours in your quilt! Looks yum!

    I've made a bunch of the shortcut quilts. The Jelly roll jam and the Layercake Lemonade, and this one as well :) The Charm Pack Cherry is one I've been wanting to make for a while but haven't gotten around to it yet!

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  73. I've watched many of Kimberly's tutorials. And I love her style. I have yet to use one of the shortcut patterns. I do love your choice of fabrics in this quilt. I would probably never have chosen this collection but seeing it makes me want to buy it. Beautiful quilt.

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  74. I'm a newbie and haven't had the opportunity to try one of FQS' patterns yet. I'm really excited to try this SOON!

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  75. I am a collector of patterns and have not yet tried them but this one is really tempting me for project Linus. So easy and quick! Thanks for showing us your beautiful quilt and I love the bonus HST's. K-

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  76. A gorgeous quilt! I have not used any of FQ's shortcut quilt patterns yet, but I have saved a few of them. I will definitely make a few!

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  77. I recently used the Fat Eighth Frenzy pattern with "A Walk in the Woods'" fabric for a baby girl quilt. Just need to finish quilting it.

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  78. I have not used one of the Fat Quarter Shop patterns, but I love it that there are videos to watch to help you along the way!
    yoyopattycakes @ hotmail dot com

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  79. I haven't used any of the Fat Quarter Shop patterns. I have used their tutorials and like them.

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  80. I have saved several Fat Quarter Shop patterns,but haven't gotten to try any. After seeing the video for this one yesterday, I am planing on trying it this week. Love the way you quilted yours! susan430@cox.net

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  81. Thank you for sharing this pattern. I have never used one of their patterns but am super anxious to try this one!

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  82. Hi. I have not used a Fat Quarter short cut pattern unless it was through a different place. I have looked though and would love to try one.
    nridder@hurontel.on.ca

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  83. I haven't used one of their patterns, but I am definitely tempted by this one. Love your choice of fabrics.

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  84. I haven't yet. I have saved a few that are on my bucket list.

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  85. I have not used a short cut pattern. Now I am going to have to go check them out! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. I haven't used a short cut pattern yet, but this one is pretty fun with large scale fabrics!

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  87. I am loving this design/pattern! I love the big squares and think they are perfect to showcase some gorgeous fabrics! Gotta make one...just must!

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  88. I have printed out a lot of their short cut patterns, but never actually made one! I think this one might be a good one to start with! I always save the extra triangles too!

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  89. I LOVE the short cut patterns from the Fat Quarter Shop!
    They are fun, fast and I always learn something new.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  90. I have not- but will definitely try this for a baby quilt I need to make my neice!

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  91. I haven't made a Fat Quarter Shop quilt yet but I've saved all the patterns :). Maybe someday. I love your quilt; it's so refreshing!

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  92. I just became aware of the short cut program and would like to try this one.

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  93. I just found your blog because of the Little Letters quilts and you're doing a give away for the Fat Quarter Shop. I wasn't aware of their short cut patterns but I'm taking a look right now. Thank you!

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  94. I have tried the Charm Pack Cherry quilt, with PB & J and Kona solid Curry (which didn't come in a charm pack so I cut out many, many 5" squares). Thanks for the giveaway! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  95. Hi! I have not made any FQS Short Cut quilts, but many of them are on my to-do list.

    Thank you so much for the tip on using a Hera marker for HSTs! ♥ I use mine for marking quilt tops for quilting but hadn't thought of using it for HSTs.

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  96. I made the FQ charm pack cherry quilt. I cut the lemonade quilt but haven't begun to sew.
    Thanks,
    Mary
    maryrakron@aol.com

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  97. I'm going to check out Fat Quarter shop and those Short cut quilts. Thanks, Nancy P.

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  98. I have made quite a few Jellyroll Jam quilts and love them! Stephanie_eliuk@hotmail.com

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  99. I haven't made any but all their posts on Instagram in the last couple days have totally convinced me to make this pattern. I just so wish I could get my hands on some of these mimosa layer cakes that seem to be sold out :( nicole.then@gmail.com

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  100. I made fat quarter fizz, and I will make this one as well. Your quilt is lovely, thank you for the giveaway!

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  101. Working on the Wishes qal...does that count? lol
    cpoot at telus dot net

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  102. Have not made any of the patterns yet, but have the Lemonade one 'kitted'. After seeing this pattern, though, I will be using this first.

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  103. I've saved many of their patterns but this will probably be the first one that I actually make! I love the ease of it and how they've supplied all different sizes! Your quilt is beautiful and thanks to you and FQS for the chance to win ;)
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  104. Beautiful quilt. I love how the dark gray pairs with the prints. Great quilting too!

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  105. I even didn't realise that the Fat Quarter Shop had patterns! Clearly I need to go check their site out more carefully! ;)

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  106. I haven't, but this one looks cute! Love your dark squares, they really make the prints stand out!

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  107. I haven't used any of their patterns but I have several pinned. If only I had more time. Someday I'll get to them. Thanks for a great giveaway. I've also shared your giveaway on my Giveaway List for sewers & quilters at wowilikethat.com. Thanks again. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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  108. I don't have a favorite but love the one you made! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. OOOPS! Contact info is jlpfeffer at gmail dot com

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  110. Just stopping by to say hello! The quilt made from the Mimosa layer cakes is so wonderful and eye grabbing. It reminds me a bit of the 10 minute block. I made one each for my sons! I am doing some catching up since I have been up to alligators with business!

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  111. I have not ever used a quilt pattern. I just started sewing a few months ago. But watching tutorials and following patterns has made a huge difference for me.

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  112. I have not, but being a newbie quilter sounds like it would be a great way for me to gain experience! Thanks for the chance at the giveaway too!

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  113. Made a layer cake lemonade top which will be quilted and bound once I decide on a backing fabric. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  114. I have never quilted one of their patterns, but now I'm curious to try!

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  115. Your quilting details are awesome on this quilt! No, I haven't used any of the short cut quilt patterns from Fat Quarter Shop, but you have given me enough interest to get going on one!

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  116. I have a few on my to-do list (this one included), but haven't done any yet! Love how the coal looks with the Mimosa-- beautiful combo. Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  117. Jelly Roll Jam is the Fat Quarter Shop Quick Quilt that I've made. Table runners too w/2 Jelly Rolls:) THank you Cynthia for sharing your Layers of Charm quilt and the Blog Hop. I love all the brightness in the Mimosa prints. Your tips using the Hera marker is spot on--thank you for that!

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  118. I have never used one of the shortcut patterns, but now I might!

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  119. Hi and thank you for the chance to win. I'm very new to quilting so have not yet used any of the short cut patterns.

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  120. I haven't made a project with their free patterns yet...I'm hoping to make their heart pattern before Valentine's day though!

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  121. I have never used one of their patterns. sarah@forrussia.org

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  122. Hi, I've used the Fat Quarter Shop's baby quilt pattern. It makes up really quickly and I've become addicted to the YouTube videos, as I'm a "show me" kind of learner...lol!

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  123. I haven't so far but I like this one. Would be a great scrappy quilt.

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  124. I have not used a short-cut pattern, but I shop at Fat Quarter Shop often, great selection and service!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  125. No, I haven't used the patterns myself but I've got several friends who have. Then, I get to quilt their tops! I love how you've used the Coal color for the accents.

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  126. I have saved several, and actually started a couple, just no finishes!!!

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  127. I haven't, but plan on trying this one ASAP! Looks great and looks fast!

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  128. I haven't tried one yet but Layers of Charm will definitely be at the top of my "to-do" project list. And the bonus pinwheels are so smart and appeal to the no-waste attitude.

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  129. I have not tried any of the shortcut quilt patterns but this one seems so easy that I might have to give it a go. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  130. I haven't yet, but I want to try fat quarter fizz and layer cake lemonade.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  131. Love this quilt. I never tried one of the Short Cuts patterns, but I think I may give this one a try.

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  132. Oh my goodness! I love your trick about those extra HSTs without coming back and sewing them later. That's genius! I have never used one of the short cut patterns but I have several of them downloaded just waiting for the right opportunity.

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  133. Oh wow! I never have tried a fqs pattern, though I do have several I'd like to try. This is one of them now! I love this quilt!

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  134. Your quilt turned out spectacular! I haven't yet tried any of the Shortcut Quilts from FQS. This looks like a great pattern to begin with!
    rambling.roses (at) gmail (dot) com

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  135. Just love your quilt! And great that it was so easy to put together! I have never used a FQ pattern, but am keen to check them out ...thanx for the inspiration! Linda

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  136. I haven't tried their patterns yet :)

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  137. I started the Fat Eighth Frenzy quilt, but used Fat Quarters instead of Fat Eighths.

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  138. Love the dark grey solid with those beautiful Mimosa prints! I haven't tried any of the FQS patterns yet but they all look so nice and I have them saved to use one day:)

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  139. I haven't used any of their patterns yet, but I have two piles of fabric to make some Fat Quarter Fizz quilts from their pattern. Just working though some other WIPs first. :-)

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  140. I love allll of your fabric, i love sewing i taught myself when i was 16 yrs old.I'm in college now and sewing is my favorite thing to do but fabric can be expensive so i would love to win!

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  141. I love allll of your fabric, i love sewing i taught myself when i was 16 yrs old.I'm in college now and sewing is my favorite thing to do but fabric can be expensive so i would love to win!

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  142. I just printed that pattern out today! I have a layer cake on my design wall as I type that I am going to use this pattern on. Thanks

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  143. I have never used one of their patterns--i dont use precuts that much.

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  144. I haven't yet, but I am seriously considering trying this. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  145. I've never made one of Fat Quarter Shop's patterns but I think this might be the first one I make. I am on love with yours made out of Mimosa and coal. Love, love, love your version!

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  146. Layercake Lemonade for me! Thanks for the chance!
    pls reply to basaran.family at rogers.com

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  147. I love the quilting you have done, especially the motif in the grey squares. And thank you for sharing the how you made the patter and got bonus blocks. Although I use a hera for marking, I had never realized I could mark through several layers of fabric. Great tip! Not sure if I am a no reply blogger...try phoenix 6822 at gmail.

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  148. I'm thinking about making one of theirs for fat quarter, the Fat Quarte Fizz. But I haven't started yet.
    juniavaz at gmail dot com

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  149. I have some Miss Kate charm packs ready and waiting for me to make charm pack cherry from FQS. Would love to win this--FQS gets lots of my money, it would be lovely to get some back from them!! ha!

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  150. Just got finished with 3 Layer Cake Lemonade quilts for a friend! I guess that qualifies.

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  151. I havn't made one yet, but i do have them print out ready to go.

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    1. I have fallen in love with the Charm Pack Cherry pattern! Your beautiful quilt is tempting me to try this pattern too!

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  152. have never made one yet but would enjoy making one

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  153. Charm pack cherry and bear paws. I love FQS patterns. Love how you didn't waste any fabric,,

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  154. I haven't done one yet, but I will be doing one soon.

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  155. Thanks for the short cut. I don't believe I have used any of FQS's shortcuts. But there is still time, I've only been at this quilting thing for a couple of years. g fahrion at comcast dot net.

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  156. I have not used any of the Fat Quarter Shop patterns. But I'm a very new quilter and am just learning! I hope to look into them sometime in the future.

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  157. I haven't made one yet - but you have me intrigued and I will have to take a look! fionabhair{at}gmail(dot)com

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  158. I haven't yet, but I really want to try the Layer Cake Lemonade. I love how you turned your left overs into fun little pinwheels.

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  159. I have not tried any of the Short CUt patterns yet but I LOVE the quilt you just made with the HST squares and I like the idea of making the pinwheel mini quilt with the off cuts. Great idea.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  160. Oh I really like this and the quilting on it is the perfect addition. Yes I've made their Charm Pack Cherry quilt and am looking forward to making a few of their other free patterns. I'm off now to print of this new one. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  161. I have never tried one but I will soon. Love your quilts, they're awesome!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  162. I have never used that type of pattern, but am eager to give them a try! Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  163. The pattern reminds me of one of the first quilts I ever made, it sure would have been a lot easier made this way though :)

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  164. I love what you did with your leftovers! I've never made a FQS shortcut quilt, but I did make their Deckade the Halls quilt from a few years ago and I love it!

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  165. I don't think I have used any of the patterns from them. This looks great!

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  166. Your quilt is lovely. I haven't used one of their patterns yet but I think this one is a winner and I'm going to give it a try.

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  167. Your quilt us so pretty! I've not used FQS' shortcut patterns.

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  168. Bear and Charm pack cherry...there are several more on my "to do" list.

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  169. I have never used any of the FQS's shortcut patterns. Your quilt is simply nice!

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  170. I haven't been able to try them yet but they look awesome!

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