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Thursday, December 05, 2013

Quiltmaker Jan/Feb 2014 GIVE-AWAY!

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Guess what was in my mail box??  Whoowhoo!

Doesn’t it freak you out when it is still 2013 –abeit the last of it—and you are get a magazine for Jan/FEB 2014?  Is it Valentine’s Day already?!

There are such GREAT quilts in this issue –I’m already in love with the basket quilt on the cover.

That soft blue sashing in a streak of lightning setting?  Scrumptious!

I spent some time thumbing through all of the pages last night, and I know you are going to love this issue.

Take a peek at what you’ll find inside:

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Judy Laquidara’s Oh, Sew Blue! Really caught my eye!

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I have always loved Blue and White quilts!

And Miss Judy has an eye for design that inspires me to look at things differently ---this is just WOW! 

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But you’ll also find my Addicted to Scraps column!

This issue I am featuring a fun block called Garlic Knots after the yummies served in Italian restaurants, oozing with garlic and dripping with butter..MMmmm!  These cuties, however, will not leave you with a bad taste in your mouth the next morning! LOL!

Check out the layout that the Quiltmaker peeps have suggested:

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Learn more by visiting the Garlic Knots page on Quiltmaker.com HERE

Did you know you can see ALL of the blocks from my Addicted to Scraps columns by clicking the Addicted to Scraps tab at the top of the blog?  Check it out!

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Let’s have a Give-Away!

I’m going to draw for one winner!  Leave me a comment in the comments section below!

I’ll draw for the winner on Sunday Evening while I’m in Germany!

The magazine will be mailed to the lucky winner when I return home.

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Good luck, everyone!


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You do not need a Facebook account to read the Facebook posts - They are viewable to all! Feel free to read & quilt along with us!

359 comments:

  1. What a fun block and I always enjoy Judy's great work also!! I would love to win the magazine, thanks!

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  2. Lots of Italians here in NJ. Hope I win.

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  3. Great block, Miss Bonnie! Judy's is sew pretty and I'm always a sucker for baskets! So many quilts and so little time! Thanks for a chance to win this magazine !

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  4. Happy Germany, and thanks for being you~

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  5. have always looked forward to seeing your column in Quiltmaker, they are always the
    best. Would be great to win a copy from you, as I have not been able to subscribe
    to the magazine. Best wishes for a great and safe trip, will be waiting to see all the
    posts from your trip

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  6. Garlic bread is a favorite here in Cajun land. I would love to win this.

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  7. Fun block--especially in those bright colors. Have a great trip to Germany!

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  8. HMMMM love italian! Thank you for the chance to win this magazine!

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  9. Cute block, can't wait to see the latest issue. Have loads of fun in Germany.

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  10. Reminise is my favorite. I've always loved the basket block. I can see many quilts to do with this magazine.

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  11. Oh cool, what a cute block! I'd love to win the magazine. We lived in Germany for three years, many years ago. Have a jaeger schnitzel for me! (veal cutlet with mushrooms, delicious)

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  12. Cute block! Love the colours! Enjoy Germany and thanks for a chance to win.

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  13. is "garlic knots" your design Bonnie or is this an old block that you put in this look? very nice block.

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  14. OOohh, I like the garlic knots AND Oh Sew Blue and Cedar Lodge ;-) I think if I don't win I"ll be going out and buying this issue ;-)

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  15. Thanks for the chance. Have a great trip.

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  16. Count me in on the give-a-way. I love your quilt patterns. Your mind must run 50 miles an hour thinking all of this stuff up!

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  17. Carol Smith9:27 AM EST

    What a wonderful block! Thank you for a chance to win. Have a great time in Germany.

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  18. I love it!! Great name, too! Enjoy your trip to Germany!

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  19. Another treat and a wonderful block! Thanks for the chance!

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  20. Anonymous9:28 AM EST

    Would love to win. Always enjoy your addicted to scraps page.
    Darlisj
    Darlisj@kinex.net

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  21. Thanks for a chance on one of my favorite mags. Have fun in Germany!

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  22. Hi Bonnie, Thanks for the chance of winning this copy of the magazine. Anyway, back to part 1 of Celtic Solstice quilt - must get them done before part 2 tomorrow.....busy, busy,busy....

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  23. Enjoyed QuiltCam last night! Didn't get much accomplished... except joy and relaxation, but that was pretty awesome! Have a great trip! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  24. oh -- this looks like a great issue. thanks

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  25. Hi Bonnie - I just love quilt magazines! Thanks for the chance to win one.

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  26. You have to be one of the most generous quilters I know ~~ Thank you for all the free things you share with the quilting world~~

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  27. What a great issue and cover quilt!
    I'd love to see what blocks we could combine with "garlic knots"
    Have a super trip!

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  28. Thanks for sharing this magazine. Have a great trip!

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  29. Thanks for the giveaway Bonnie, looks like a fabulous issue.

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  30. Would love to win this gift! Good Luck Everyone!

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  31. So many wonderful blocks, so little time! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. Hope you have a wonderful time! Thank you for all you do, and I hope your finger is okay!

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  33. Nothing ventured ..nothing gained..would love to have a copy of my very own...;-)

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  34. I would love to win the Jan/Feb copy of Quilter;s magazine I keep trying and one day...
    I love reading your posts. You have such fun adventures and I especially love reading about your trips to the new place in the mountains. I love that area of NC and spend a week near W. Jefferson or Fleetwood every spring..

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  35. Sunds like a great issue have fun in Germany.

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  36. So enjoy your company on facebook, your blog and quilt cam . I always look forward to reading your next post !! Have a wonderful time in Germany, can't wait to Hear all about it and what goodies you bring home. You are such an inspiration to this gal ....now to get back to having fun...sewing on the Celtic Solstice.....Thank you for all you do !!!

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  37. I got this issue last week also, and fell in love with the cover quilt. Love those colors! You are getting really close to take off for your trip. Have a wonderful time and enjoy the castles!

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  39. Anonymous9:43 AM EST

    Would love this magazine. ..

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  40. Love the Garlic Knots! Have fun in Germany!

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  41. My subscription just ran out -- and Prism Parkway looks intriguing. Have a great time in Germany!

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  42. Would love to win the magazine; looks like some great patterns! Chomping at the bit for step 2 of Celtic Solstice tomorrow. Have a great trip!

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  43. Throwing my name in the hat. Would love this issue.

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  44. I'd love to win! I just sent you an e-mail with a picture of Goose in the Puddle.

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  45. What a fun block! Enjoy your time in Germany, soak up every minute of it! :)

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  46. I think I need to subscribe!!!

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  47. Wonderful quilt patterns in this issue....Have a great time in Germany. My Mom was born in Stuttgart & I still have cousins there. thanks for the giveaway while you're away!

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  49. Welcome to Germany! I hope, you will enjoy the "Weihnachtsmärkte" and the "Glühwein"! I'd lovo to see this different patterns in detail!

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  50. Enjoy Germany. Wish I could be with you. Love Judy's new pattern.

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  51. Your blocks in this issue fascinate me.. thanks for showing the diagram of a whole quilt.
    Have a Grandson in college wanting another HEAVY quilt, these might be perfect! Easy enough, yet interesting too. He is studying engineering... he would like this pattern.

    Cedar Lodge looks like a Bonnie Quilt to me... see what we mean? Folks are not COPYING your ideas!!!!

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  52. Love the new pattern. You are so much fun to follow.

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  53. Thanks for the chance to win the magazine!

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  54. Need to make a baby quilt; love the garlic knots. Thanks for the giveway!

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  55. I also read Judy's blog....she does beautiful quilts......I really love garlic knots.....it looks like a must do quilt......have a wonderful time in Germany....

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  56. What a fun block! That Oh, Sew Blue pattern is intriguing, too--such an interesting setting.

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  57. Beautiful blocks! I would love to win the magazine.

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  58. I enjoy seeing (and sometimes making) your "addicted to scraps" blocks. This one looks like it has many setting possibilities --- one of those areas that makes the same block appear so different in different quilts. Wishing you a great trip to Germany.

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  59. Would love to win this! Garlic knots looks like a great little block.

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  60. I would love to win this. The garlic knots looks very nice.

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  61. Looks like a good leader ended project. Would love to win it. Enjoy Germany. Wish I were going. Gloria

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  62. Looks like a really great issue of Quiltmaker. The Cedar Lodge quilt caught my eye. It looks like a Bonnie H. design. I am adding it to my list of Wanna Do.

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  63. Fishies, prisms, garlic - what's not to like about this issue? Hope I win.

    Gute Reise (literally "good travel")! You are going to love Muenchen (Munich). I went to the Christmas Market there several years ago. Have a Gluehwein for me (the "glueh" is for "warmth", not glue!).

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  64. Love, love, love the Oh, Sew Blue!!! Blue is absolutely my favorite color...my husband has always said, "You'd love me more if I were a Smurf."

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  65. Thanks for the chance!

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  66. Carol K
    This looks like an awesome issue. Lots of ideas to use my stash down. have a wonderful, safe trip.

    ckemp49@gmail.com

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  67. Enjoy yourself in Germany! I would sure like to win the copy of Quiltmaker.

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  68. What a great block.
    Have fun in Germany.

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  69. Quiltmaker is starting off the new year with a great edition! I'd love to win it.

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  70. Oh my!!! New mag!!! New patterns!! Must finish Christmas gifts first!!! Nah---who needs to cook, clean, and sleep? Enjoy your trip! Janet in WA

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  71. I'm just becoming a new reader of Quiltmaker Magazine - and making new discoveries! I would love to win a copy!

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  72. I did not know that I could see all of your blocks from Addicted to Scraps on your blog. Thanks for that info. I will be clicking that tab as soon as I am done with this comment.

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  73. I would love a copy! Have a GREAT time in Germany! I cant wait to see pics!

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  74. Thanks so much for the giveaway chance - and for all you do to encourage us scrappy quilters in our addiction! Have a great and safe trip to Germany!

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  75. Pretty sure I will have this purchase this magazine @ my local quilt shop. Love your blocks. Have a wonderful trip Bonnie.

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  76. I am putting that issue of the magazine on my list! It looks like a great issue. Have a great time in Germany!

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  77. I like Oh Sew Blue, but oh my,,,,, Cedar Lodge! That is what I would call love at first sight! I hope I win!
    Have a nice trip to Germany and enjoy the 'Glühwein' and 'Bratwurst'.

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  78. I love Garlic Knots however I can find them - edible or pieceable ♥ Thanks for sharing such cute patterns with us. I too love that blue & white by Judy - wow! Enjoy Germany and be sure to share lots of photos with us :*)

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  79. Would love to win. Have a great trip.

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  80. Have a great time on your trip to Germany - I am enjoying your mystery challenge and find the garlic knots very intriguing!

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  81. wauw prachtig bedankt voor de give-away

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  82. What a cute, simple block!

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  83. Would love to win a copy of Quiltmaker, thanks for the opportunity.

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  84. Anonymous10:22 AM EST

    Hi Bonnie thanks for the opportunity to win this great magazine. I am teaching my 9yr old GD to sew, thought that we could make baby quilts after the new year and give to Christmas Cheer next December. Have a great trip will be following on your blog.
    Colleen P
    colpow@shaw.ca

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  85. Lovely pattern Bonnie! Cannot wait to hear about your German adventure!

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  86. I love the basket blocks made from Downtown Abbey inspired fabric. I've never set blocks on point, but I would certainly try this one. I'd love to win a copy.
    Have a great time in Germany. I visited the Christmas Market in Cologne a few years ago and what I most remember was the gluewein! The temperatures were so low gluewein really hit the spot! There were loads of beautiful candles and hand carved wooden ornaments on sale.
    Don't forget your gloves! I did, and spent valuable time looking for some!

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  87. :) Perfect timing! I have decided that 2014 is the year bust my stash! Love your garlic knots! :)

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  88. Hi Bonnie, my daughter and I met you when you were in Weatherford, Texas. It was Dianna who invited me. I have challenged myself to do your mystery quilt with the guidance of my daughter. I would love to win these issues of Quiltmaker for my daughter. Grammie Roo

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  89. Thanks for the chance to win, Bonnie! :-)

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  90. I am new to quilting but definitely not sewing. I have been sewing since I was very young. My first quilt was a T-shirt quilt for my daughter's college graduation present this year. I have been sewing up quilts ever since. Sometimes I am overwhelmed with all of the patterns that I don't know where to begin, but anxiously start each project with anticipation of how it is going to come out. I LOVE following your blog!!!

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  91. I would love to win this magazine...but if I don't win, I'm going to subscribe! Looks to be some great quilts!! Have fun in Germany!

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  92. I keep hoping I'll get lucky and win one of these. Maybe the give-away elves will help me this time.
    Hugs,
    Gypsy

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  93. Your block is cute. I think there will be garlic bread in my near future! I like the setting for the basket quilt, it adds more interest than simple sashing.

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  94. Yes, Judy's quilt is great. Love the Garlic Knots block......and I would love the magazine. Watched Quilt Cam last night, and have finished all the CS blocks. Ready for tomorrow!

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  95. Oh, I can already see a Garlic Knots in my future! I'm almost done with my Rick Rack Nines Leader/Ender project so this will step in right behind it. Thanks Bonnie!

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  96. Would love to win! I want to do a sampler setting like the quilt on the cover--on point and off set. Need directions as I have never done anything on point yet. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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  97. Thank you for another opportunity to win a great prize. Enjoy your trip. Be Safe and hurry back. WE will miss you while your gone.

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  98. Anonymous10:36 AM EST

    Garlic Knots ! What a great name for a scrappy quilt - or even a non-scrappy one. Gotta add it to my "someday list". As in "someday my stash will be used up" lol Thanks for sharing so many great ideas.

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  99. Oh, just love Garlic Knots! Gotta add it to my long to-do list Thanks for the chance to win!

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  100. Your trip will be marvelous. Once in flight all the details will be worth the effort. Stay warm and happy quilting. Quilting Hugs, Dianne Alley

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  101. Travel safely and have a lot of fun. I'll just have to live vicariously through you for now.

    Finally, I've had time to work on my Celtic Solstice. Cutting is mostly done, so I'll start sewing today. Thanks so much!

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  102. Love your garlic knots block, must give them a try. Thanks!!! And for the full picture of Judy's quilt too, I just finished one of her designs, Fit for a Hero. Hugs!!!!

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  103. The garlic knot is neat! Might have to try it. Blue/white and red/white quilts have always caught my eye. Have fun in Germany!

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  104. Mmmm. I would love to have a browse through that Magazine, it sounds inspiring!

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  105. Love your bright colors in your block. Would love to win the magazine. Thank you for all you do.

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  106. So many great patterns! Have wonderful trip, I look forward to your pictures and stories!

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  107. I am in for the giveaway! How very sweet and generous of you! Thanks

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  108. I'm a new fan and doing the mystery with friends in Phoenix. Watched Quilt Cam last night and worked on Clue #1. Hoping to finish up tonight and be ready Clue #2 tomorrow. I was looking at the pics above from the magazine and I think I was hypnotized while looking at Cedar Lodge. So many patterns to try! Thanks for all you do!

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  109. I would love to win and I want to try this new pattern. Even this scrappy newbie could do this one. Much love and have a great trip.

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  110. I saw this at my local store; hope I win. Thank you

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  111. Enjoy your trip, I hope you get to visit with friends and relatives you have there, I like your Garlic Knot Pattern, I hope I win this giveaway, I have missed several of these books. Would love to try the Garlic Knots once I get caught up with the mystery! Safe travels!

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  112. Judy and you in one mag, that is mag!

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  113. Please enter me to win. Have a safe trip and stay warm.

    Helen

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  114. Thank you for a chance in the giveaway! I love both Judy's quilt and your Garlic Knots blocks. How fun! Have a wonderful trip to Germany.

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  115. Sew exciting! I love Judy's quilt and I love your block. Have fun in Germany!

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  116. The Garlic Knots blocks look like a good leader/ender pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  117. That garlic knot has me thinking hard about a certain pile of fat quarters I got a month ago. I think I've found my pattern...
    spirit at stoney at gmail dot com

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  118. Oh I love this block Bonnie! Great for a "planned" or a scrappy quilt! Hope you have a wonderful time in Germany!

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  119. Love your block! The quilts are amazing. Have the time of your life in Europe.

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  120. I would l ove a chance for this magazine!

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  121. i would love a chance to win a magazine. Thanks for the chance.

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  122. OMG! I love the Garlic Knots block. I would love to make this for my mother-in-law. Whenever we go out for pizza, Garlic Knots are on the tab! Bonnie, you are Amazing!

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  123. I really like garlic blocks, especially because they are scrappy. Keep up the great ideas! Just love them all.

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  124. All those yummy quilts to choose from - bliss!

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  125. What a great block Bonnie! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of this Quiltmaker magazine.

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  126. Hope to win, it is such a great magazine! Thank you :)

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  127. Your block looks great, and there are so many beautiful projects in this issue. I would love to win it!

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  128. Thanks for the chance to win the magazine! Have a wonderful time in Germany!

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  129. Really love the garlic knot pattern! Another scrappy in the future!

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  130. what a fun block!! I want to make some :) thanks for the chance!

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  131. Anonymous11:47 AM EST

    Pick me! Pick me! Quilt maker is my favorite magazine!
    Linda Q from Maine

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  132. Have a fabulous trip, Bonnie! Love your garlic knots! Thanks a bunch for the chance to win this magazine! ☺

    my nana maree @ yahoo . com

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  133. Bonnie, thanks for the chance to win the magazine. I, too, love this garlic knot block - I may just dig out my squares and see what I have to get started.

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  134. I always look forward to getting my new Quiltmaker and the first thing I look for is Addicted to Scraps! Love your wide variety of ways to use my scraps. I've been quilting 30 years so have a lot of them.

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  135. Looks like a great issue - so many beautiful quilts.

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  136. Oh it would be lovely to win.

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  137. Would love to win! Thanks for the chance!

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  138. I'm in love with the basket quilt on the cover and that blue & white quilt runs a close second. Your "Garlic Knots" looks like it would be a quick quilt to make.

    Thanks for your generosity. Have a safe & wonderful trip to Germany.

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  139. Can't wait to try this block! Colors and settings are whirling around in my head!

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  140. This looks like an absolutely fantastic issue. I love your "garlic knots" and Judy's quilt is wonderful. It also looks like I really need this issue!

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  141. I love Quiltmaker and happy you are a part. I look forward to making Garlic Knots (your kind).

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  142. Oh please let it be me who wins i'd love to win something. Thanks for the opportunity.xx

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  143. Would love to win! Great magazine, never disappoints. Have fun on your trip.

    Quilty hugs,
    Deborah Hall

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  144. Looks like a fabulous issue. Have a wonderful time in Germany!

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  145. I've been drooling over those baskets on the cover for a while now. I'd love to win this issue. Enjoy your trip! I know I'll enjoy it vicariously through you. :)

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  146. Bonnie,
    Greetings from Maple Ridge BC. Enjoyed Quilt Cam while working along with you on my Celtic Part 1's. It looks like you raided your 1-1/2 inch strips for this cute block.
    Bev H

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  147. Bonnie, your posts of your travels and quilting information give me something to look forward to everyday!! Sorry to hear about that speeding ticket. I got one the day after I went to a motivational workshop and was claiming a good day, the officer didn't care. Lol!!

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  148. Garlic Knots, lovely pattern for a scrappy quilt. Makes my hungry, too! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  149. Love the baskets, but I love your Garlic Knots. I am a scrapper, so I love your great ideas, and I would love to see more!!

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  150. Love the garlic knots. block! What possibilities abound with it. Would love to get this copy for my own. Thanks Bonnie, and have a splendid time in Germany. Safe travels to all of you!

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  151. Would love this magazine. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  152. The garlic knots are totally cute. Thanks for the chance to win. Have a wonderful trip to Germany, hope you find some nice little things to come home with you. Love the little gifties for your travellers to work on, how nice of you!

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  153. Anonymous1:12 PM EST

    Thanks for this give away. Hope I win.
    Greetings Dini
    akuijer@versatel.nl

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  154. I love Quiltmaker magazine and would love to win this issue! Have a safe & fun trip to Germany. When my dad was stationed in Germany (Army) he brought back one of those cookoo clocks you mentioned on quilt cam last night. Yes they can be annoying but to a little girl sleeping over at grandmas house those on the hour cookoos was a comfort and memory I will have forever (BTW grandma is now 97 years young and going strong...hoping she makes it to 100 ;0))

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  155. Gracias por el sorteo,me encantatía ser la ganadora.
    Besos desde España,Mª José
    paniayu@gmail.com

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  156. Quiltmaker is my favorite magazine!

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  157. Zero calorie garlic knots...that just proves that quilting is good for your health!

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  158. Pick me! Pick me! I always love new patterns.

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  159. Lori in Mesa, AZ1:24 PM EST

    Oh Wow ... when I saw that Oh Sew Blue, I instantly wanted to make it, and lo and behold, Bonnie liked it too! Kismet my friend, kismet! Enjoy your trip too!!

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  160. How did you decide on the name "Garlic Knots"? I wouldn't have that much imagination.

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  161. I have a similar quilt of the baskets that my grandmother made and used as a signature quilt.

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  162. Love your block. Can't wait to make it. I hope to win this magazine but if I don't, I will go out and buy it. Thanks again for all you do and have Great trip.

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  163. I love all your addicted to scraps blocks. Garlic knots looks super easy and fun to make. Hope I win a copy of Quiltmaker magazine. Thanks for offering the give away.

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  164. Love the garlic knot block .. I can see making a lap quilt with my 2" strips sometime in the near future. Cathy

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  165. cool block and i so love garlic knots!

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  166. Hi bonnie: Yes please enter me in the drawing. Have a great time in Germany.

    aparsons673@cfl.rr.com

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  167. Garlic Knots - YUM! I'm hungry now... lol

    Please enter me into the drawing. Thank you!

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  168. What a generous gift! Thank you and enjoy Germany!

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  169. The Fancy Fishes and Cedar Lodge really caught my eye along with the Garlic Knots, I really love garlic knots but cant eat the bread any more. So I may have to buy this one if I 'm not lucky enough to win it.

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  170. I really like that Oh So Blue quilt, too! That little spark on the edge before the border adds so much! Love it!

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  171. Thank You for the opportunity to win this magazine, Have fun in Germany

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  172. It's always fun to get a new pattern; especially one that looks like it will go quickly.

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  173. Garlic Knots - Yummy, Quilty Goodness! Thanks for a fun giveaway. Safe Travels to Germany!

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  174. The cover looks very tempting. Please count me in for a chance to win. Greetings from Scotland.

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  175. You block is lovely! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  176. Anonymous2:19 PM EST

    Just watched Quilt Cam and have discovered you are coming to England next year - I think you will love the American Museum in Bath, so full of quilts and historical artifacts, and the grounds are beautiful if you have time for a walk. Thanks for this giveaway, please enter me, and safe journey tomorrow.
    kate_orchardmerkel@o2.co.uk

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  177. Loved Quilt Cam last night. Especially when you read my email and talked to me about not beating myself up if I don't finish step 1 by Friday. I think I am going to make it though. I would love to win the magazine.

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  178. Valerie Jean Graham Peeks2:24 PM EST

    Thank You ! :)

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  179. That looks like a great magazine, one which I would love to win.
    Thank you for Quilt Cam - I missed it last night, but watched this morning while working on Celtic Solstice. This is my first mystery, and my first time working with the Tri Recs rulers. It was a bit of a challenge for me, but that is a good thing! Have a wonderful and safe trip to Germany!
    Holly

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  180. I love the Garlic Knot block, and you're right, Judy's quilt is a winner, too! I'm not sure if I found you through Judy or Judy through you, but regardless, I'm grateful to you both for all that you've added to my quilting experience! Enjoy Germany!

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  181. Looks like I love BOTH your garlic knot block AND Italian Garlic Knots at the restaurant!! Ha ha. But yours are calorie-free. AND BEAUTIFUL. Thanks for a chance to win the magazine.

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  182. Love your Garlic Knots block! It would be a wonderful block to work on as a leader/ender! Hope you have a wonderful time in Germany. I'm looking forward to tagging along with you via your blog!

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  183. Oh - Oh - Oh - pick me, pick me!!! Pretty please. I have a bin full of strips just waiting for that block/quilt. Only one more sleep for you! Where are you all flying out of? Have a wonderful & safe trip!

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  184. Anonymous2:39 PM EST

    Wow, two of my favorite quilt designers in one volume!! Your Garlic Knots looks like a great leader-ender, perhaps for Judy's Oh Sew blue??? Would love to win this one.

    Have a great time on your Germany trip.
    The little gift packs you kitted up last night are adorable. Thanks so much for the pattern and instructions for that cute project.

    Be safe.

    beth9253@sbcglobal.net

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  185. Please enter me in your give-away! I love your Garlic Knot block.

    --C.B.

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  186. you are so interesting. love, love your blogs, patterns, etc. Thanks for the chance to win a magazine. Have a good trip

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  187. What fascinating blocks. All of them!!!. Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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  188. Love the possibilities for those garlic knots.

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  189. Thanks Bonnie would love the chance to win. Watched you on quilt cam last night. Was great. At the moment we have our little grandson (4mths old) home from Darwin we go and watch quilt cam to give his mum a break. He fell asleep last night LOL I didn't loved it even when you were talking with your family. Its great to see that they watch you as well. Even Scott who I think isn't a quilter. Anyway better go.

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  190. Wow, Bonnie, you and Judy L together in one issue. Gotta have it! Have a successfull trip, Bonnie!

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  191. Anonymous3:06 PM EST

    Love the Oh Sew Blue quilt in my favorite color scheme. Have a great time in Germany! Would love to have a copy of the magazine.
    eddielouwho@ruraltel.net

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  192. I love the layout shown for garlic knots. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  193. Enjoy Germany! Thanks for the giveaway. Your Garlic Knot block is cute.

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  194. Love the garlic knot design...I also am courious to see what the Downton Abbey quilt looks like!

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  195. Garlic knot is a great block - thanks for the giveaway!

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  196. Bonnie,
    I would love to win the magazine, but even more, I love the Garlic Knots pattern. It would be a perfect pattern for our quilt to make as a charity quilt. In fact, I am going to suggest it at our next meeting.

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  197. Thank you for the chance to win the giveaway here in Australia, am loving your mystery quilt, my first, safe travels. Jenny

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  198. I've been working on 4" basket blocks leader/ender style for quite a while hoping to put them into just this setting. Would love to know how to do that kind of setting in EQ7 if anyone knows...

    Love the garlic knots - and you know I have a full box of 2" strips just waiting to be busted. LOL!

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