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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

15 Minutes of Play Give-Away!

My friend Victoria FIndlay Wolfe aka Bumblebeans has a NEW BOOK!

When she asked me to participate in her blog hop, I jumped in whole-heartedly.  We’ve been friends-of-friends for years, and we really do have so much in common.  I told her “Absolutely!  We are *Cut from the same cloth!*”  and it’s true.  And I think she is absolutely scrappy crumby lovely!

In describing her book, Victoria states:

My goal for the book is to show you how my process and my inspiration is born; how to find your creative flow, keep it and let it SOAR! Giving you confidence to try new things, look at your fabrics in a different light, and build quilts that are unique to you!  Also, to provide you with OODLES of inspiration and eye candy to get your JOURNEY ready to create!  Building your TOOL BOX of techniques to make you a better quilter, each and every time you set about making a new quilt.

When I received my copy of her book, I was drawn in right away by the colors ---color is the one thing that drives me as a quilter. I love color, and lots of it!

But inside, I learned of Victoria’s relationship with her grandmother – an avid scrap quilter, and her story pulled me in.  I learned where Victoria found her love of scraps and her passion for quilting – her grandmother!

In this book you will find:

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Victoria’s Giant Hexagon!
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Giant Whirlygigs!
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Mod Strips!

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Would you like to win a copy of 15 Minutes of Play?  Simply leave me a comment below!  I will draw a winner on December 12th!

You must be a registered user to comment on my blog.  Anonymous comments are no longer an option.  Please take a few minutes to register for a google ID, a wordpress ID, or an Open id which includes AOL and others.

You can enter on any of the blogs on the blog hop below:

Nov: 26: "Victoria Findlay Wolfe", http://www.15minutesplay.com/
Nov 27: "Bonnie K Hunter", http://quiltville.blogspot.com/
Nov 28: "Alissa Haight Carlton, http://www.handmadebyalissa.com/
Nov 29:  "Pat Sloan", http://patsloan.typepad.com/
Nov 30: "Kimberly," http://fatquartershop.blogspot.com/
Dec 1st: "Karen Griska",http://selvageblog.blogspot.com/
Dec 2nd: "Angela Walters", http://www.quiltingismytherapy.com/
Dec 3rd:  Generation Q, http://generationqmagazine.com/
Dec 4th: "Tonya Ricucci", http://www.lazygalquilting.blogspot.com/
Dec 5th: "Michele Foster",http://quiltinggallery.com/blog-posts/
Dec 6th: "Scott Hansen",http://bluenickelstudios.com/
Dec 7th:"Amy Ellis", http://amyscreativeside.com/blog/
Dec 8th: "Rachaeldaisy",http://bluemountaindaisy.blogspot.com/
Dec 9th:"Jackie Kunkel", http://cvquiltworks.blogspot.com/
Dec. 10th: http://www.ctpubblog.com/

US winners receive a hard copy of the book
International winners receive a Electronic copy of the book, direct from C&T.
You may comment on each of the blogs until Dec 12th, 6 pm.
Make sure we can reach you by email!


512 comments:

  1. Looks nice. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  2. Hi Bonnie,
    Just saw this book on another blog. Would love to win a copy of this. It just sounded soooo interesting. I'll keep my fingers crossed.
    Mary Kunna
    imqltr@q.com

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  3. HI Bonnie, Wow, this book looks like so much fun. I'd love to win it. Thanks for being part of the fun and offering it.

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  4. I'm addicted to sewing scrap quilts and this looks like a wonderful book...eye candy in time for Christmas!! Thanks for all your inspiration and sharing this book!

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  5. Hi Bonnie, I would love to win a book about quilting, especially scrappy! Victoria's book sounds quite interesting! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. Scrappy crumb fabric into traditional blocks! Now that's right up my ally. I think I can use some inspiration, I have made many of your quilts, and love the crumb quilts. But I have been trying to figure out how to create baby/toddler quilts out of thes crumbs. With my first grandchild due soon I seem to have a one track mind lately.

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  7. This book looks like just what I need to get past just the technical skills I am working on and get to the creation phase using color, size and form. Hope I get picked for this one!

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  8. Wow! This book looks fabulous. I have just been sorting my scraps this weekend, so am anxious to get started on this type of project. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  9. Love the scrappy hexies! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  10. I would love to have a copy, sign me up, please!

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  11. This sounds right up my alley. I have been sewing bits together, but not sure what to do with them besides crazy squares!

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  12. Throw my name in the hat...my favorite thing besides quilts is books! :)

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  13. OHH Things to do with crumbs Yum

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  14. What a wonderful book! Made fabric and then beautifully inspired quilts created from it - what could be better?

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  15. What a great way to use even more scraps! I'm in.!

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  16. I have that one on my Christmas list, If I do not win I will still get it some how. thanks for a chance to win.

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  17. What a great opportunity! Thanks, Bonnie.

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  18. Love the way Victoria has put together a book on her 15 minutes of play ...I was really impressed with this idea
    Thanks Bonnie

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  19. I would love to win this book. I really like the Mod Strips quilt pictured above.

    --C.B.

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  20. Hi, Bonnie! I had a special relationship with my Grandmother too! She pretty much raised me and was a great seamstress! She would add just a touch of lace or a monogram to each hand-me-down outfit I was given to wear, making it so very special and no longer 'the other person's clothing'!! I would love to be the winner! Love keeping in touch with you and try to keep up with you on all your travels!! Thanks! ~~karen~~ Snowbelt of Ohio

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  21. I can always use new ideas to use scraps! PJ

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  22. What a fun book! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

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  23. Anonymous1:02 AM EST

    Ooh, another fun giveaway! I LOVE the quilt on the cover of the book.

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  24. This looks like an amazing book to win. Thanks for the chance.

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  25. I would love to win her book! I have followed her blog for a long time!

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  26. I'd absolutely love to win this book! The pictures of her quilts look so pretty and they are really calling my name. Thanks a bunch for the chance to win! ☺

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  27. Bonnie - I love her COLOR! I'm sure this book would help me break away from all my Civil War prints...and I love the hexie quilt! Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  28. Play...every day for sure! We all need to add 15 minutes of play to ALL our days! Looks like a fun book. It would be a great addition to my collection!

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  29. Anonymous1:17 AM EST

    Hi Bonnie, I would love to win this book. Becky in Centreville, VA

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  30. I'd love to win a copy of her book. The quilts look so pretty. Love working with scraps. Nancy J.

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  31. I'd love to enter, please, I adore scraps and crumbs so much!

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  32. I'd love to win too! The book looks awesome!

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  33. I have been watching Victoria's blog for quite a while. I have tried a few of her techniques for "made fabrics". Would love to win!
    Aileen From FL

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  34. I've been following Vicky's blog for a whole. It's fun to see that she has a book now!

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  35. This looks like a book that would help me tame my scraps. I've made some crumb blocks in my day, but none as pretty as Vicky's. Thanks for the chance to win her beautiful book.

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  36. I'm a fan of Victoria, her book looks fantastic. Love the big Whirlygigs. Christmas is coming up and my birthday. Thanks you for the chance to win!

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  37. It's a great book. I would love to win.
    Britta

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  38. Thank you for the chance to win this cool looking book. I have learned so much from quilters like you. Thank you for taking thevtime to share. Jane in PA

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  39. This book looks great! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. I would love to win this book! Sounds like a good one.:) Audrey

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  41. Beautiful! I love V's work! She is SO creative! Thanks for the chance!

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  42. I love books and this one looks like such fun to read again and agin. Let alone doing the projects!

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  43. Definitely a book I would love to have. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

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  44. I would love to have this book. I can't get enough of scrappy quilting.

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  45. I could use some scrappy inspiration. Looks like a great book!

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  46. Thank you for sharing Victoria's book, Bonnie. Sounds like a great book. Would love to have it come to live with me and add 15 more minutes of play to my day.

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  47. I absolutely love making scrappy quilts - actually have several in the UFO pile - I would love to win this book. Thank you for the opportunity to win it.

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  48. This book looks as though it has heaps of inspirational ideas for using scraps so I would love to have a copy. Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

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  49. I've been eyeing Victoria's book on her blog since it was published. Eye candy just isn't tasty enough to describe it. I'd really L♥VE to win this one and believe me I probably have enough scraps to make several of her quilts!

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  50. Oh boy, my scraps and I would love to win this book! Been watching Victoria for a few years now, and what she's doing is so interesting. Thanks for the chance to win her book!

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  51. This looks like a lovely book for scrappy quilters.

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  52. I love those scrappy hexies. Might be scraps but there is imagination there!

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  53. O M G!!! This is the book of my dreams! Total scrappiness means total happiness for me! It is almost like my mind has been read and the need for this book was discovered. Please, please, please let it be me! Sandra in the UK

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  54. Would love to win a copy. Thanks.

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  55. I just listened to Victoria being interviewed by Pat Sloan and her book looks so inspirational. I sure would love to add it to my library of quilting books.

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  56. This book looks like so much fun!

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  57. Hi Bonnie, I would love a chance to win the book. It's loos like so much fun . Scrappy heaven.......Debra in Ma.

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  58. I'm beginning to get a sense of what 'crumbs' are. With the cost of fabrics...making use of all of it appeals to me.

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  59. Made-fabric? Gotta get this book! The cover captures my love of color too. Very intriguing to say the least. Maybe Santa is paying attention to my internet interests....happy holidays! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  60. I, too, love scrap quilting. I would love your book.

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  61. Looks like more great ways to use scraps. I would love to win.

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  62. Looks like a great book--thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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  63. Have been thinking about buying this book....so please enter me in the give away.

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  64. WAOUUUU il a l'air super beau !!! ahhh que j'aimerais l'avoir !!! (AHH I'd like to win it !!)

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  65. I LOVE the scrappy pieced shapes. I can't wait to look at this book!

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  67. Bonnie this boook looks like great fun! Would love to see and play with this book. Happy Quilting.

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  68. Yes please to the book draw - looks good!

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  69. Love her concept and what she has done for the quilting community. My waverunner that I made from her directions is one of my favorite ever -- my son actually took it home with him forever and ever this weekend!

    Jan

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  70. OMgoodness. You had me at the first grandmother flower garden pattern.And the pictures just kept getting better. How beautiful! I would love to win this book! Thanks the chance.

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  71. Anonymous6:27 AM EST

    Holy scrappy hexagons Batman! I'm in love. lol ~Jainy

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  72. Bonnie, you started my love of crumbs and then I discovered how Victoria plays with them. I agree that you are "cut from the same cloth". Love you both. Thanks

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  73. agree 1000% bonnie, the color pulls you in immediately! i got mine already and love, love, love it! have a new scrap basket right on the sewing table just for play....signed, a satisfied customer!

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  74. What a neat book! How wonderful that she was inspired by her grandmother. I have been saving crumbs forever now I have some many new ideas of how to use them.

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  75. Hi Bonnie, I love scrappy quilt, the book is nice. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  76. Anonymous6:47 AM EST

    I just saw this book online yesterday for the first time and I got sew excited! This book is definitely on my wish list. Thanks for another great book Victoria and thanks to you Bonnie for providing another great giveaway!

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  77. What beautiful quilts!! I learned about quilting from my mother who also loved color and was an expert on making string quilts. Everytime I'm at the machine working on string blocks I think of her. This looks like a must have book!
    r

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  78. I follow her blog also and want to jump in and try to piece like she does but just can't exactly shake loose. Would love that book to help urge me on. It's so colorful and different and enticing.

    kyquiltymama@hotmail.com

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  79. Why, yes, Bonnie, I would love to win a copy of this new book from your friend. I agree, you are both cut from the same cloth, and that cloth has been pieced of crumbs and scraps. lol Some wonderful looking opportunities for stash busting here. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Faye in Maine

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  80. Wow! Eye candy is right! When starting to quilt I never would have imagined how much I would enjoy piecing and recently I have found the scrappier the better for me.

    Looks like a great book!

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  81. What a wonderful book!! Between the books I have of yours and this one, I should be all set to start creatively bust my scraps in the new year!! thank you!

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  82. Thanks for the chance to win. I need inspiration and I think the Mod Strips would be great for a guys quilt..like my brother.

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  83. This book looks like great fun. I would love to try some of her techniques.

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  84. I love scraps, so this is right up my alley! Thanks for givig us a chance to win this book!!

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  85. Of course, I would love to win a copy of the book!

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  86. I too love scraps. I have bins and bins to be used up. That's why I follow you Bonnie. Now a chance to have even more great ideas. I would love to win this book. Thanks for the chance.

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  87. Cool looking book, would love it to use up some of my "many" scraps!

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  88. LOVE the colorful giant hexies on dull fabric!

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  90. I'm in love....the giant whirly gigs in red with aqua..oh my! I need to get busy and start digging through my stash...that would be such a fun quilt to create!!

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  91. I have a "few" scraps kicking around my sewing room which I could use to create some quilts...
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  92. This book really looks like fun. Thanks for the opportunity to try and win a copy.

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  93. This book really looks like fun. Thanks for the opportunity to try and win a copy.

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  94. When I first opened your blog I thought you had another book coming out...it so looks like your work.

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  95. This book looks fantastic! Even though I am not a huge fan of modern quilts, her's really showcase the beauty of scraps. But I can see from her description just how much she loves quilting.

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  96. Looks like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  97. I love Bumblebeans and her hair! Have read her blog for ages. Sure would LOVE to win. Thank you both for the chance.

    Lucy~

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  98. I too like Victoria got my love of sewing from my Grandmother which then expanded to quilting when I had my babies. I am now passing the torch to my Granddaughter who is 8 years old and in the process of making her 1st quilt which is scrapy. I would like to win your book for her.

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  99. That book looks amazing, and so "Bonnie-ish", which is my favorite kind of quiltmaking to do. Pick me!!!!

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  100. Sounds like a cool book, would love to win!

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  101. To win "15-minutes of Play" would be such an awesome Christmas present .I know I would love every bit of the book . Thanks so much for the opportunity to win one .Beth MacDonald

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  102. sign me up for a chance!!! woot!!

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  103. oh, das wäre ein buch, ganz nach meinem geschmack. so tolle farben und das aussehen der quilts. einfach super. na vielleicht habe ich ja glück bei der verlosung.
    noch eine wunderschöne restwoche
    lg elfriede aus österreich

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  104. Wow! Looks like an awesome book! Would love to win!

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  105. I love scraps too, and admire Victorias work!
    Gunilla in Sweden

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  106. All those crumbs, Love It!!!
    Penny

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  107. What an awesome. Bonnie I can see why you guys are friends - definitley cut from the same scrappy cloth!! I love those scrappy hexies. That should be your next travel project!! Thanks for the chance to win. Sue K

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  108. I'd love a chance to win that book! Love those hexies!!

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  109. Looks like a fun book with crumbs! No wonder you and her are good friends. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  110. Love the creativity! Thanks.

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  111. Oooh! Creative ways to use scraps -- I'd love to win this book!

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  112. My two favorite things- crumbs and hexies!

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  113. Looks like a really fun book!

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  114. Would love to win this book. I think it will get me further out of my comfort zone with the crumbs.

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  115. Such a fun way to use up scraps and it even comes with some great stories! Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

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  116. I have been following Victoria's sight for about a year now. I just love the things she does with scraps. Would love to win a copy of her book.

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  117. This would make a great addition to my quilt book library. It would fit perfectly with my Bonnie Hunter books! Thanks for the giveaway. Mary

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  118. I would love to win Victoria Findlay Wolfe's new book 15 Minutes of Play!

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  119. This looks like a great book! I love using my scraps so this would be very inspiring.
    Terry

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  120. Oh my. I have seen this book. My reaction was "she's Bonnie's creative suster." I think her book and ideas are a great complement to your books and principles. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  121. I would love to have this book. It looks like something that would be my favorite. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    Cheryl in Friendsville
    www.katydidart.net
    katydidart60@yahoo.com

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  122. From your description, I think this book must have been written just for me. It sounds like the right "next step" in my relatively new journey as a quilter.

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  123. I like the idea of looking at my stash in a different way. I am doing my best to use up what I have but this book would give me lots of new ideas of how to do that.
    Thanks

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  124. After 40 + years of quilting I have just got into scrap ones in the last few years and would love to have this new one. Thanks for the chance

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  125. I love the hexy quilt. Can't wait to get started!

    Thanks for the opportunity to add this book to our learning libraries.

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  126. VERY cool book ~ yet another way besides yours, Bonnie ~ to use up the ole stash! Please enter me in the drawing! Linda

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  127. Maybe this will give the inspiration to finally dive into that trash bag full of crumbs! Every time I look at it, I just panic and close it back up!

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  128. More ways to use scraps? Yes!

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  129. Bonnie,
    I love Victoria's style too...I too think of my grandma every day ... She taught me so much. I was looking through some crumbs last night...thanks for the chance to win.
    Terri.geesey@yahoo.com

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  130. Lots more interesting ways to use up scraps! Would love to win a copy!!!

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  131. What a great book...I just love new ways to use up my scrap stash!

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  132. Would love to make one of the quilts you highlighted. I too have plenty of crumbs and strings. What's one more quilt added to the started pile.

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  133. This looks like an absolute great way to use up more scraps! And what could better than getting something FREE?!

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  134. I would love to win a copy of that book. The more ideas for using up crumbs and strings the happier I am. My bins are overflowing.
    Thanks, Lynne.

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  135. Yep, it does look like she has been playing in your scraps and crumbs! Delightful samples of her work. I am also very impressed with the work she is doing in Bronx, NY, for Hurricane Sandy. Thank you for featuring Victoria.

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  136. What a neat book. I can see you are "birds of a feather". Thanks for all your inspiration and a chance to win Victoria's book.

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  137. I am getting addicted to scrappy quilts! Thank you Bonnie, for this give~away. And for sharing your quilty life with us. You inspire!

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  138. I love hexies and I really like what she is doing with the scraps... so many ideas... so little time... thanks for the giveaway

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  139. Thanks for a chance to win a copy of this facinating book! My scraps and crumbs are about to take over my studio. I must have more scraps than fabric in my stash---and that's saying a lot! It is great to think about getting some of this under control.

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  140. I really like Victoria's 15-minutes of play idea; I'd love to win a copy of her book!

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  141. Awesome book! Great way to use all of the scraps and pieces I have been hoarding ~ oops~ saving!

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  142. What an inspirational book! Looks like what I would need to move into the more artistic phase of quilting! Thanks for the possibility of winning! Betty bmoubray@yahoo.com

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  143. What an inspirational book! Looks like what I would need to move into the more artistic phase of quilting! Thanks for the possibility of winning! Betty bmoubray@yahoo.com

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  144. Wow! Another scrapper just like you Bonnie. Who couldn't use more inspiration. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  145. Interesting book! It would make a great additin to my 'inspiration library'. :-)

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  146. Looks like a fun and interesting book. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

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  147. Wow, this book looks amazing. I would LOVE to win it. Thanks for giving us this chance!

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  148. Anonymous9:04 AM EST

    I just recently started reading Victoria's blog. I just love her work and would further inspired with a copy of her wonderful book! Thanks for the opportunity for a chance to win it!
    Christine Frost
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  149. Looks like a great book , lots of color. Thanks for the having the drawing.
    Marilyn

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  150. Love the Mod Stripes quilt. Would love to win the book. Thanks!

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  151. Oh Boy! That looks like an awesome book, I'd love to add it to my stash.

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  152. Thanks for the chance to win such an inspirational book! Love that scrappy look.

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  153. This is the type of books I'm very interested in, and I'm hoping my b/f is going to get me your books for Christmas.. Would be great if he did.. :D

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  154. I love the crumby hexies! I would love to win this book.

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  155. This book looks awesome! Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  156. It looks to be a great book...thank you for the chance to be a winner!

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  157. This looks like a wonderful book to have in my collection!!

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  158. I've been collecting scraps - from clothing and quilt projects - for decades. anything larger than a square inch gets saved! I'd love to have a copy of Victoria's book to help me "process" my scraps in a new way.

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  159. I'd love to win. The book looks awesome.

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  160. Bonnie I would love to win her book, you are both so creative.
    Pascale

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  161. I just love scraps and that is good because I think they multiply at night. It is amazing how these projects only make small dents. So we have to keep sewing and sewing and sewing. Keep the great scrap books coming.

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  162. I would love to win!! What great ideas!!!

    Judy

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  163. Would love to win this book.

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  164. This looks like such a nice book. Throw my name in please! :)

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  165. Anonymous9:29 AM EST

    Love the photos you show of this book's quilt patterns. This book compliments your 'String Fling' book nicely. I'd love to win. Thanks for having this giveaway, Bonnie.

    Carol A.

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  166. The book is on my Christmas list if I don't win.. thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  167. I have been following 15 Minutes of Play. I would love to win
    Victoria's book. Thank you. Janita

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  168. Would love to win this book. Thanks for including me in your giveaway.

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  169. Oh, this books looks like a winner. I would love to have a copy of my own. Love all the color and flow of blocks. Fun! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  170. Oh what a fun book. I love the scrappyness.sbartee@msn.com

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  171. What an awesome looking book! How creative...I would love to win it! Thanks for the chance.

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  172. Hi Bonnie: I loved watching you work on crumbs on the live webcam. I need a way to use all those pieces I refuse to throw away so I liked best Victoria's way of saying that she will inspire your individual creativity by giving quilters tools with this book. No offense to the others trying to win but I hope (hope, hope) I do--if not, there goes the budget...

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  173. From the pictures,it looks like it could have been one of your books. Cut from the same bag of scraps,yes,I think so.

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  174. The book looks like so much fun! Victoria's use of color amazes me! Would be fun to play along.

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  175. Looks like it would be just what I would need to keep the juices going!

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  176. The patterns are goof proof, which for me is extremely important. I would love to win her book. Thanks for the opportunity to do so.

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  177. Oh Wow! Doesn't that look like fun! I love the scrappy hexagons! Any help for those of us that obsess over scrappiness?

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  178. SO excited to see another scrap quilt book--perhaps more quilters will save their small pieces and not throw their money away.

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  179. Scrappy is right op my alley. Would love a chance on this book

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  180. Thanks for the chance to win. Looks like a fun book.

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  181. I'd love to win this book - Victoria is an awesome creative spirit! Thanks for the giveaway ~

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  182. Bonnie, you and Victoria are definitely cut from the same scrappy cloth. I love the bright colors and and her willingness to be a little wonky. How liberating! Thank you for the opportunity to win her book!

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  183. Love using up my scraps and Victoria's designs are beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  184. my two favorite bloggers, quilters and crumbers! if i won V's book, i would let it cuddle up with your books on my book shelf! thanks

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  185. I have been trying to spend at least 15 minutes a day doing SOMETHING to get a project moving ahead so it would be fun to see what other tips I might be able to get.

    crazyquiltpatcher AT yahoo DOT com

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  186. It looks like a great book!

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  187. Bonnie, I would love to win Victoria's book. I have been eyeing it since she first mentioned it on --either her blog or facebook.

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  188. Love it. With you and this new book, I may have to go out and replenish my stash, hahahaha, in my dreams. Ramona from Maine

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  189. This looks like just too much fun - love the giant scrappy hexagons!

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  190. More scrap inspiration! I'd love to win.

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  191. I have a friend that would love this book. If I should be so lucky to win, I would give it to her for Christmas.

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  192. Love it!!! Would love to win it!

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  193. How awesome!! Scrappy quilts are the most fun, and it does look like it could be one of your books! Thank you for the chance to win a copy!! Merry Christmas!!!

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  194. Would love 2 win thanks 4 the chance

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  195. I love the Giant Hexagon quilt that is just FOUR blocks! And since the blocks are large, I could sew everything by machine - which means FAST!!!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  196. Love using up my scraps. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

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  197. This looks like fun. I have been reading and re-reading your scrap users system to find the way it best works for me. Your ideas are so great and this book looks like it would just add to it.

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  198. Total scrappiness is total happiness to me! This book opens up the 4th dimension of quilting that was bubbling under the surface waiting to break free! Thanks from Sandra in the UK!

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  199. Great inspiration! And I can see where it would be right up your alley!

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