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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Cultural Fusion Quilts Blog Tour! ((Give-Away!))

dec 2014
Hey everyone!

I am participating in  Sujata Shah’s Cultural Fusion Quilts Blog Tour!

This post is going out a bit late, because – well. I thought TOMORROW was my day, and I screwed up on Facebook by mentioning that the mystery clue goes live tomorrow, but it’s only Wednesday, and I am all kinds of screwed around!

SO…It’s all fun as long as we keep it fun, and I apologize to anyone who followed the link to the tour to not find my post live yet!

Let’s talk about things I love about this book.

COLOR!  And free form design!

As I just told Sujata this morning as our emails were flying back and forth:

"I love your book..it's exciting, and vibrant and makes me want to get in there and SEW!"

Let's look at these fabulous quilts!  You are in for a treat!

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I love Sujata’s use of color and free form piecing!

One of the things I love about working free-form is that nobody's quilts will EVER turn out the same.  They are all different just as we are all different, but there is a connection!  I love how this quilt looks like a typical birds in the air block at first, but you see it change and evolve into something else, something free and easy and whimsical!

Bold, vibrant, striking—and amazingly easy to make! This collection of 15 modern quilts draws on handmade crafts from India, the American South, and Africa to create a style that’s at once traditional and contemporary, artistic and practical.

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A simple stack, cut, shuffle, and stitch technique makes the sewing fun for quilters of any level, and also makes every quilt a one-of-a-kind creation.

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No two are ever alike! The author provides alternate settings, plus an inspiring photo gallery of the crafts that shaped her style.

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I love the curvy improv wonkiness of this quilt…my eyes can’t stop traveling over it!

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Use these projects to enrich your quilting by bringing in textures, patterns, and colors from around the world.

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Learn more about Sujata on Pat Sloan’s Quilting Podcast HERE

Right now it's at the top of the player list, Look for the date, December 8th!

You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and listen wherever you are.

You will find Sujata’s blog at The Root Connection a fascinating spot on the web to see examples of where Sujata’s inspiration comes from.  Her photos are fabulous!

You guys know how I love free form improvisational piecing, especially using up all of my scraps.  You will get this from Cultural Fusion Quilts and MORE!

Leave me a comment below to enter to win a copy of Cultural Fusion Quilts!

Please leave your email address if you are unsure if your address shows in your blogger profile or not.  Better safe than sorry!  Especially if commenting as Anonymous.  If I can’t reach you, I’ll have to draw again, using the random number generator.

We will draw for our lucky winner on Sunday evening, Dec 14th!

And while you are at it, here is the whole line up of who is participating in the blog tour ! Check out the ones who have already posted, enter there to win, and then visit the line up down the line as their day comes available!  Good luck everyone!

Tuesday December 2 Sujata Shah @ C&T Publishing Open thru12/12
Friday December 5 Rachaeldaisy @ Blue Mountain Daisy Open
Saturday December 6 Lori Dejarnett @ Humble Quilts Open
Sunday December 7 Casey York @ The Studiolo Open
Monday December 8 Malka Dubrawsky @ A Stitch in Dye  Open
Tuesday December 9 Sherri Lynn Wood @ daintytime Today
Wednesday December10 Bonnie Hunter @ Quiltville's Quips and Snips
Thursday December 11 Jake Finch @ Generation Q
Friday December 12 Jan Burgwinkle @ Be*mused
Saturday December 13 Janet Treen @ Quiltsalott
Sunday December 14 Lindsay Conner @ Lindsay Sews


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625 comments:

  1. This book is sooo on my short list for Christmas!

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  2. I love how Sujata explained why she asked you to participate in her blog tour -- and you already know I love your scrappy quilts. The book really is awesome and I hope lots and lots of quilters let it bring new dimensions to their work! I'd love to win a copy so I can gift it to one of my quilty friends!

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  3. That first one knocked my socks off. That has to go on my to-do list. Please enter me in the drawing.

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  4. Wow! The quilts are wonderful. The colors so uplifting. Would love to win the book!

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  5. Wow, such gorgeous and unique quilts! Would love a copy of this fabulous book!

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  6. Wow, love her use of color. The book needs to go on my "must have" list.

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  7. Very interesting photos, learning about free form. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely book.

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  8. Beautiful quilts with a very modern touch. Love it. I hope I win!

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  9. the book is on my christmas list
    I can hardly wait

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  10. would love to win I had just seen several quilts made from this book on another quilters blog

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  11. very cool book! would like to win it.

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  12. The book looks great, love the colors. please enter me in the drawing. Have a good day Bonnie, you are the best. Carole in AZ

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

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  14. Saying WOW doesn't begin to cover my reaction to this book! I have to have it! elively@indy.rr.com

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  15. Anonymous10:23 AM EST

    OMG - this book has been added to my "gotta have" list. The quilts shown definitely appeal to my aesthetic - ie, scrappy, wonky, slightly crazy and off-center. Laura in Washington,
    thequiltlady.laura@comcast.net

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  16. LOVE the look at this book!

    Thanks
    Marilyn in MS

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  17. Thanks for counting me in, Bonnie! The photographs in that book are reason enough to need the book!

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  18. So refreshing to see book authors/pattern designers being supportive of a newcomer! I'd love to win Sujat's book.
    Wow is the word that keeps coming up!M. Hugs, Allison in Plano. allon0711@yahoo.com

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  19. Like you, I love the movements in her quilts. It's YOUR fault that I've started saving all of those string/crumbs and started putting them together for all kinds of creations!

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  20. Anonymous10:27 AM EST

    The quilts are wonderful. I like scrappy and bright.
    Janet in KY
    jmikes94@yahoo.com

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  21. Beautiful quilts!! And new to me. Thanks for the introduction.

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  22. Wow, that would be one wonderful prize to win. I love the use of free form piecing.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Cheryl
    katydidart60@yahoo.com

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  23. I would love to own this lovely book.
    csjshearer@gmail.com

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  24. I improv piece, but I think this book would open some new ways of thinking for me.

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  25. Looks like great fun to me too!

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  26. Love the look of these quilts !
    Hope I can add it to my library !

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  27. This book look wonderful.

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  28. That blue and orange beauty is on my list , as
    soon as I win. LoL, or as soon as I can get a
    copy. calash1@hotmail.com.

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  29. You are always so generous!

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  30. Thank you for the opportunity! Beautiful colors

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  31. This book feels like a must have!

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  32. I love all the bright colors that Sujata used! Thanks for the chance to win. Shahann at yahoo dot com.

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  33. That Birds in th Air quilt could use up some of our Bonus Trangles. My DD want's a chevron quilt. Hope I Win this Book so I can make it wonky.

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  34. Anonymous10:43 AM EST

    Beautiful colors! What a treasure! Thank you for the chance to win a copy?

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  35. Anonymous10:45 AM EST

    I have followed this quilter's blog for a long time now. I would love to have her book. Nan Hohenstein

    Nan@eoni.com

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  36. I love her work and have followed her work for a while now. SO excited about this book. Santa Bonnie, make my wish come true!

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  37. Anonymous10:48 AM EST

    I like those quilts. Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Cindy in Pa.
    cstoo13@aol.com

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  38. I love how her scrappy quilts look so modern and use bright colors. I so want this book. Thanks for offering us a chance.

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  39. I would love this book! I thought I was the only indian quilter in the USA. Glad to see indian influences in quilts...

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  40. I would love to win this book!!!

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  41. I love her quilts!
    srgrieser@yahoo.com

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  42. Love the free form piecing and use of color! Would love to have this book as more inspiration to use up lots of scraps.

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  43. I love freeform quilts and this book would be great for some wonderful inspiration!

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  44. Beautiful quilts !!!
    (myikyi@ hawaii.rr.com)

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  45. Loving the beautiful quilts! Would love a copy of the book. Thanks for keeping me interested in quilting, I visit everyday!

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  46. I am intrigued by the quilt on the front of the book, such simple blocks put into such a unique pattern, Love It!!!!

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  47. This looks like a fun book! I love the stack and mix plan.
    Lori
    lucky_lady_13@yahoo.com

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  48. Looks like a wonderful book.
    anita.logan@gmail.com

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  49. I've been following along with the blog tour and the more I see the more I fall in love with her book.

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  50. I've been seeing this book for awhile. It looks like something every one of us would enjoy!

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  51. Well, if I don't win this book is on my wish list for Christmas and then if I don't have it it will be my first purchase in the new year. Thanks for sharing.

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  52. Oh, my! What lovely colorful and inspiring patterns! Iwould love to have this book.
    Mandy Laseter
    gloobermom@hotmail.com

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  53. Please enter me for the book. The colors are like candy to my eyes. Thanks, Sandy in Illinois

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  54. How very interesting! I would love to win this , please pick me! thanks for the chance.

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  55. Sujata is one of my favorite quilters and not just because of her talent but because of her deep, deep love of family and her kindness to others..in real and in virtual realities. I would dearly love to win a copy of her book and do hope your late post..and yes, I came here early but you're forgiven as one crazy busy lady to another!!

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  56. I have looked through this book, and it is definitely at the TOP of my wish list! Sujata's designs are fantastic, and her free-form techniques sound like lots of fun!!

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  57. I absolutely love the colors in these quilts. Fantastic!

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  58. Wonderfully colorful!

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

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  60. Love her colors and designs! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great book!

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  61. Those quilts are so fun to look at and beautiful to the eye!

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  62. Besides fantastic color, I could just eat up the cover quilt!!!

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  63. Her quilts are spectacular .. Yay for more ideas to use up scraps .. Thanks for introducing us to this quilter!

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  64. I can't wait to get this book -- I just love Sujata's use of color. Her quilts are so vibrant and alive!

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  65. Lovely. I'd like to win her book!

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  66. Thank you for sharing your love for scrappy quilts and the chance to get another authors book.

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  67. My fingers are itching to get started!Thanks!

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  68. This looks like a book with vibrant color quilts. Imagine intentionally piecing for wonky.

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  69. Thanks for the chance to win this vibrant book!

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  70. Since my move to FL, I am moved by brighter, more tropical colors. This book would be great to help explore this change!

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  71. Ooh! Freeform quilting is totally my style. I wasn't sure about this book until I saw some of the pictures of the quilts, and now I love it!

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  72. Anonymous11:40 AM EST

    I would love to add this book to my collection.

    richjo@telus.net

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  73. Anonymous11:41 AM EST

    What a fun and exciting book. I enjoy visiting the other blogs also. Always something new to think about!!
    dkmurphy@longlines.com
    Thanks, Bonne
    Diane

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  74. I love Sujata's work, her use of color, mixed textiles and free form piecing. What a treasure this book would be to any quilter's library.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  75. Anonymous11:44 AM EST

    I would love to win this book, I can already see myself making several of these beautiful quilts. Thanks for this chance Bonnie.
    Allison allisone63@optusnet.com.au

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  76. What a lovely book. Bright and exciting. Just my type of quilt!

    Bennie0755@yahoo.com

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  77. These are quilts I want to try

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  78. great quilts! The colors are wonderful. I need a copy of that book. I promised myself not to buy anymore books or magazines for a while. I have no where to put them anymore. But I could make room for just one more

    Ellen in Arkansas
    eterry@centurytel.net

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  79. Gorgeous quilts and I would love to make some of them!

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  80. What a beautiful collection of Quilts. I would be supper excited to win. Thanks for the blog tour and the shout out. Sheri

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  81. Her work is gorgeous, love all those wonderful colors! thanks for sharing this blog hop with us Bonnie.

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  82. Wonderful book! I think there is much to be learned from this book. Thanks for showing photos of her work.

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  83. So vibrant. The first quilt really blew my mind. Would love the chance to win a copy. Thank you so much.
    Linda (hedworth01@gmail.com)

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  84. Hoping my comment works this time! I'd love the chance to win this book!

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  85. What a great book! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. Would be a great book to win, thanks for the chance.

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  87. This book looks like great fun. Thanks for participating in the hop.

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  88. Love her quilts. It's on my wish list.

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  89. Anonymous12:29 PM EST

    The book looks really interesting !
    psalsburg@comcast.net

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  90. I love how, lately, solid colors are coming into popularity. I would love a copy of this book.

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  91. Anonymous12:36 PM EST

    Thanks Bonnie!
    sharcorb@yahoo.com

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  92. Love this book because in every quilt, there are many colors that inspire me.... It changes from the traditional...!! :)
    Hugs from France !

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  93. WOW! Her work really does pop...so vibrant. I would love to win a copy of her book.

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  94. This book looks very interesting and I would love a copy!
    sue @ asdfwordpro . com (please remove the spaces)

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  95. robinsoncolleen@hotmail.com Thank you Bonnie! This is a must have book for me.

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  96. I am really fascinated by the quilts I have been seeing from this book!

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  97. Would love to have the book
    Thanks for the opporTunity

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  98. Wow, what a fun book. Would love to win a copy for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  99. This looks like a wonderful quilting book

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  100. Scrappy and free form, what is not to love? I would love to have a copy of the book!

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  101. This book just arrived at my house - I'd seen Sujata's blog and love her work. Living in India for two years as a teen really affected how I look at color and this book brings that Indian sensibility to quilting. If I win second copy, it would go to a deserving quilting friend.

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  102. Great book, by a great quilter, and a great person. Thanks for the nice review!

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  103. I have seen this book on several blog sites, and would love to own it.

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  104. Great review for a great book. Thank you, Bonnie, for this giveaway.

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  105. I love those bright quilts.

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  106. I was with & Sujata at lunch after Calico Cutter guild the day Sujata has referenced with her shirttail quilt. Great book...fun with scraps!

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  107. I told my husband 3 weeks ago I want this book for Christmas! I saw it at City Quilter in Manahattan. If I win, I'll give it to a friend (assuming my husband actually remembers to get mine)!

    Thanks Bonnie.

    Shelley
    shellbayer@cox.net

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  108. Really love those bright colors!!!!

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  109. Anonymous1:05 PM EST

    Hi Bonnie from carol in Plenty,
    As a huge fan of The Root Connection, I would love to win this fabulous book. Thanks for the opportunity. And thank you so much for another wonderful, magical, mystery tour with The Grand Illusion!
    carol@artlessfabrications.com

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  110. This book looks chock full of scrappy inspiration. Thank you Bonnie, for the chance to win this beautiful book.
    lana.greensilk@gmail.com

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  111. I've been following Sujata's blog for quite some time and am so excited that she now has a book. Her use of colour is so inspirational. She makes me want to sew. Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy of her book!

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  112. I've been following Sujata's blog for a while and love her quilts!

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  113. Anonymous1:10 PM EST

    That looks like my cup of tea but don't worry if I win there will be no tea spilt on it.
    Thanks for the chance.
    Sandra(dot)klassen(at)pobox(dot)com

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  114. What a lovely book. Bright and exciting. Just my type of quilt!

    Bennie0755@yahoo.com

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  115. What a lovely book. Bright and exciting. Just my type of quilt!

    Bennie0755@yahoo.com

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  116. I've followed Sujata for many years and so happy for her with this interesting book. Bonnie, I just saw your shirtails book and love it too,
    It would be a hoot to win this book as its on my list for |Santa!
    carlithequilter@gmail.com

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  117. Free form quilting using scraps. Now that sounds fun! Count me in for a chance to win. This book sounds great!

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  118. This is such an honor to see and maybe to keep :Cultural Fusion Quilts: book Nice to take a break from GI and just gaze!

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  119. I would love to win this book.. Thanks for the chance!

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  120. Looks like a great book, I am just starting to love that contemporary look of using solids...

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  121. Beautiful scrappy quilts, would love to win a copy, thanks for the opportunity :)

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  122. Mjhenrichs@aol.com1:24 PM EST

    Love improvisational piecing!

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  123. Sujata's quilts are wonderful.... can't wait to get my hands on her book. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  124. Sujata's quilts are wonderful.... can't wait to get my hands on her book. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  125. Anonymous1:26 PM EST

    Dale B. Love her work . I do like the idea of improv quilting. See you on Quilt Cam tonight. Thank you for the chance at your drawing. Dale Bolton-monkeylady@att.net

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  126. This book looks so interesting. Great Giveaway!

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  127. Anonymous1:34 PM EST

    Looks like a fun book. Great colors.
    Lisa golddust@kpunet.net

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  128. I would LOVE to win this wonderful book!

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  129. My goodness, those quilts are amazing! I'd love to get a copy.
    Addie V

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  130. Sujata's quilts are beautiful! So colorful. Thank you for sharing with us. cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  131. Fabulous liberated quilts! Thank you for putting my name on the list for the drawing. (and pick me please!)

    You and Sujata are wonderful inspiration.

    Thank you so much!

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  132. Now I know what to do with all my bonus triangle squares. Thank you.
    Elaine elblunbt65@maine.r.com

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  133. Thanks for chance to win. I like using every scrap and the fact that even if using same pattern no two could ever be identical. Thanks too for the mystery quilt, I'm saving the instruction and hope to do it in future.

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  134. Thank you for showing this to us. This is one I will purchase if I don't win

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  135. Great ideas! And so colorful! Would love to add this to my book collection and do some of them.

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  136. Another kewl book to add to the list..

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  137. Really like the bright quilts.

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  138. susan gelnett1:49 PM EST

    I would love to win this book! These quilts are so creative.....very inspiring!
    Susan Gelnett
    sjgelnett@zoominternet.net

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  139. Hi Bonnie - the book looks awesome - thanks for the chance to win.

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  140. since I am totally 1/4" challenged (I've tried everything!! ack!) this sounds like the perfect book for me...thanks for the chance--fingers crossed hugs, Julierose

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  141. This book is awesome-just love the colors and designs. I'd sure like to win this book, please enter me in the drawing.
    ktsquiltdreams gmail com

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  142. Love the look of these quilts!

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  143. Hey what a wonderful use of fabrics. Boy could I ever use up some scraps on those quilts. Thanks for the chance to win the book Bonnie. Diana
    Curtnty@sympatico.ca

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  144. i would very much like to receive a free copy. if I am the winner, contact me at rosemoon_kingdom@hotmail.com
    thanks

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  145. This looks a great book - I love the cover quilt!

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  146. Looks like a beautiful book and I would love to learn more about her techniques.

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  147. Anonymous2:16 PM EST

    Oh yes. Please include me in the list to enter to win this book. Thanks for the chance.
    cke49@yahoo.com

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  148. What great quilts. I would love more improvisation in my quilting and would love the book!

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  149. Great quilts. I would love to own this book, thanks for chance to win. b.j.day68@gmail.com

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  150. Anonymous2:22 PM EST

    I would love to sew that first quilt. Please enter me in so I can (maybe) win that book. Marilyn
    mchaplin@fidnet.com

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  151. They're modern without being all about geometric perfection. I love it! gregkimsmith at yahoo dot com

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  152. Oh my~gorgeous quilts!!! Would love to win this book! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  153. Inspiring book! Thanks for sharing.

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  154. Hi Bonnie! I wondered if you were in this book; it seems not, but I love the all solid one. Not a solid girl, but you are influencing me to try new stuff!! Imagine that!

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  155. Oops!I meant the first (shuffle?) all solid one...

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  156. I really like the cover quilt, would really enjoy having the book. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  157. Anonymous2:49 PM EST

    I'd love to win this book. I love the cover and the photos of the quilts inside!!!

    Jill
    peckjill@gmail.com

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  158. The more I see this book, the more I need it! Beautiful and inspirational.

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  159. Improv quilting is definitely out of my comfort zone- but something I've been wanting to try. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of this great book!

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  160. Thank you for the nice intro to the book, it looks beautiful. I would love the win this book. I always need pushes towards free style and that book had lots of quilts to inspire.

    Just in case, my email is kathcapp@gmail.com

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  161. Thanks for the chance to win a very intriguing book. I agree with you that the use of color is wonderful!

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  162. This is such a great review! Everything you've said about this book is so spot on!!

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  163. Wow! I so want this book. Thanks for bringing it to our attention and for offering a chance to win a copy. (I never win, so as soon as the give-away is over I'm going to buy myself a copy.)

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  164. I would love to have this book, beautiful colors and designs.

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  165. Must be something about this week as I've been a day off too ;-) I Sujata's book and just want to get into the sewing room and make the fabric fly.

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  166. I've heard/read good things about this book. It is on my Christmas list.

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  167. Thanks for the chance Bonnie! :)

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  168. I love the look of this book! It looks like so much fun! Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  169. I like a chance to won this lovely book. Love the 15 minute play book so think this would be as good of an addition to my books!

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  170. Just saw a copy of Shah book...I can see my collection of textiles from around the world in her patterns. Exciting new idea for me to explore.
    Pam Bell
    pambell@tds.net

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  171. I really, really would like to win that book. Please Santa!

    Connie Haviland

    cjhaviland2@yahoo.com

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  172. That looks like a fabulous book! Thanks for the chance to win. Sherry

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  173. Love the quilts in this book!

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  174. WoW! What amazing quilts and use of color! I have so much to learn about color, fingers crossed.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  175. Anonymous4:07 PM EST

    I love the shattered zigzag absolutely stunning. Want to see more! Would love to win.
    Wendy Brisbane

    wendy_schau@yahoo.com.au

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  176. I'm really loving The look of this book. Thanks for the chance to win. I'm itching to try some of these quilt designs :)

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  177. I'm really loving The look of this book. Thanks for the chance to win. I'm itching to try some of these quilt designs :)

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  178. Mmm... Scraps and colour! This is tempting... I want to make all the quilts I've seen. Wonder about the others...

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  179. Your quilts look neat and the book is so inspiring!!
    sjzakarts@aol.com

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  180. She has some lovely work like you, Bonnie. I hope to win these inspirations!

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  181. I loved the first one and the one that resembles flowers....would love to try some of her designs as well. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  182. what fun quilts! I need to add this book to my library.

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  183. Sujata's quilts are gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of her book!

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  184. I'm glad I'm not the only one who gets days mixed up, lol. Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

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  185. What colorful quilts. Looks like a great book!

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  186. The book looks great! Would love to own it.
    Nancy James

    skysnaina5@gmail.com

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  187. This is a beautiful book and I love all the quilts I saw on your blog.

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  188. Such gorgeous color and eye catching designs! Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous book!

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  189. What a great looking book - I would love to win it.

    Thank you for all you do for us.

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  190. Wow! So funky and colorful - a winning combination! Thanks, Bonnie, as always for amazing posts!!!
    cathy.melancon@sbcglobal.net

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  191. I am loving the COLORS!!! What fun ideas. I would love to win a copy of her book.

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  192. Anonymous5:12 PM EST

    What a wonderful example of quilting's internationalness. carol
    caroldblack6116@q.com

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  193. Fantastic book! Hope I'm lucky this time around! Stephen in London

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  194. very fun looking quilts, happy sewing to all

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  195. Great book to add to a quilter's collection. The quilts are inspiring.

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  196. I love the colors that Sujata uses! And the free-form style that she has! Would love to win a book! Thank you for the chance, and thanks, again, for all that you do for us out in cyberland!!
    Joanne Donovan, JDonhorses@Live.com

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  197. Anonymous5:50 PM EST

    Such an exciting new look, bright and colorful, count me in on the drawing, what a great surprise it would be to get for Christmas!!!!! Julie Kaiser- Tornado_alley@hotmail.com

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  198. The quilts are so colorful. I would love to win!

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  199. Bonnie, you are the first blogger on this tour who I already know. It's been fun to meet the others. I would rush out to buy the book but I'm waiting....because I just might win! (Please, pretty please.)

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