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Friday, July 10, 2015

Covered Bridges of Vermont in Redwork! Giveaway!

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One of the best things about spending several days in one place –like my time at the Vermont Quilt Festival – is getting to know people and spend more time with them!  The people really ARE the best part of it all, you know?

So many talented and dedicated quilters doing what they love in support of causes that they also love!

One such gal is  Sharon Shea Perry who has taken her love of drawing and stitching and put her efforts not only toward documenting things in and around Vermont that she loves, but she is doing it with a heart with all proceeds to benefit the Franklin County Quilters Guild in Saint Albans, Vermont.

The Covered Bridges of Vermont in Redwork!

Sharon gifted me a set!

And when I said I would be happy to help promote the series on my blog to further help the Franklin County Quilters Guild, she sent me TWO sets!

She writes:
The sale of each pattern set benefits the educational programs of the Franklin County Quilters Guild, St. Albans, VT.  A fellow guild member, Denise Chase, and I collaborated on making a raffle quilt featuring covered bridges for the guild. 
I drew all the embroidery patterns for the 12 covered bridges which were all once prominent landmarks in the county; some are still standing today.
 
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Covered Bridges of Vermont Quilt
 
Denise designed the quilt layout, and several more members helped make the embroidered blocks.  It was easy to translate the work we already did into a pattern set which we could sell. 
 
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There are 13 patterns which are sold as a set, one each for the 12 bridges and a pattern for the quilt top.
 
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Close up detail of the Comstock Bridge in Montgomery, VT

My husband (and webmaster for the guild’s website), Scott, has included information on how to order the pattern set Here. 
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Seven Patterns included in the giveaway!
The pattern bundles offered up in our Give-Away include 6 of the various bridges and the finishing pattern.

Other patterns are available from the guild’s website

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What an awesome tribute to Vermont’s beautiful covered bridges!

So let’s do this giveaway!

I will be drawing two winners from the comments section using the random number generator on Monday evening, July 13, 2015.

When you leave your comment –whether you think you have your email address connected to your profile or not you MUST leave your email address in your comment.  LEAVE YOUR ADDRESS.  If I can’t reach you by email, you can’t win and I have to draw someone else.  Plain and simple!

If a comment doesn’t work for you, make sure you are actually ON my page ((sometimes from a real computer is better than a mobile device)) and not reading me through a blog reader service like Bloglovin which is a mirror image site, you aren’t really ON my page if you are in bloglovin,  Come to the blog directly.  The URL should start with http://quiltville.blogspot.com Not anything else.

Good luck everyone!


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1,047 comments:

  1. I loved covered bridges and red!!!!
    Cherry Jones
    Cherryjones72@yahoo.com

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  2. I just came home from a trip to Vermont. Would love thieves patterns. Beautiful country n

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  4. Just got back into embroidery and would love to win this!!

    Thanks for the chance!!

    schiavonerg@yahoo.com

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  5. Anonymous8:52 AM EDT

    Absolutely love redwork. My first finished quilt was a rework Christmas Sunbonnet Sue. sweetana3 at yahoo dot com.

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  6. I would love to win this redwork. Thank you Bonnie for all you do.

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  7. Anonymous8:53 AM EDT

    Red is my favorite color and History my favorite subject!
    Darcy Thursby
    dhthursby@gmail.com

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  8. I would love to win this redwood. Thank you Bonnie for all you do.
    Rcastor@nctc.net

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  9. So pretty, would love these patterns. debie_kunzer@yahoo.com

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  10. Anonymous8:54 AM EDT

    I would love to win this red work patterns.
    Nancy
    nrkozak@comcast.net

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  11. I would love to win this redwood. Thank you Bonnie for all you do.
    Rcastor@nctc.net

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  12. Anonymous8:54 AM EDT

    This is a beautiful pattern, I have been planning on starting a quilt in these colors! Thank you for the chance to win, Kelly Newberry jknewberry@yahoo.com

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  13. Like doing redwork it is so portable. leequiltvb@gmail.com

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  14. Love the redwork. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  15. Its so pretty! I'd love to win this. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  16. I'd love to win the Covered Bridges of Vermont in Redwork!
    Fingers crossed ;-) thanks Bonnie ♡
    Enny Muin
    msmuin@gmail.com

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  17. Wow, what a beautiful pattern. Love the redwork and covered bridges. I would love to win this pattern. Donna tdbredt@geneseo.net

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  19. Sue Aven8:59 AM EDT

    I love redwork! Its a great portable project!

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  20. Peggi Benson8:59 AM EDT

    Red is my favorite color and I love to do redwork, so relaxing! pegjerben@frontier.com

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  21. What a fantastic pattern! I would love to win this.

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  22. Would love to win this Redwood! It is simply stunning and elegant. If I don't win one I will for sure order one. Thank you for all you do and teach with quilt-cam. Have a wonderful day Bonnie.

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  23. Anonymous9:00 AM EDT

    I love Vermont and covered bridges, would love to win this pattern.
    Nancy McCallum
    nmsquared@aol.com

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  24. What a lovely giveaway Bonnie.
    Lesley
    lesauri1@gmai.com

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  25. That is a beautiful pattern. I'd love to win it! Thanks for the chance.
    katydidart60@yahoo.com

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  26. Anonymous9:01 AM EDT

    Redwork is such a good travel project for the busy bag. Hope I win!
    Denise in NH
    nhmyland@hotmail.com

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  27. Would love to do this quilt...I have always been a fan of redwork...
    royse06@yahoo.com

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  28. What a fabulous pattern! Would love this to be one of my winter projects! Thanks, Bonnie. You're the best!
    michele.cowley@gmail.com

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  29. I'm a newbie quilter and would love to own this pattern set.
    ladybush57@yahoo.com

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  30. What a beautiful quilt this pattern makes. I would love to win it. kwmiller@pressenter.com

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  31. What a beautiful quilt!
    bonnijean.marley@gmail.com

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  32. Oh How I love Redwork and Vermont! I would love to win this set! thanks for sharing Bonnie - I will definitely share the site with other redwork lovers.
    Faith in ME - bpoolside@gmail.com

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  33. I love redwork! It would be fantastic to be able to make this quilt. Our guild makes quilts for Habitat for Humanity and this would be a great guild project.

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  34. What a talented group of women to create such a lovely quilt pattern!

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  35. Red is one of my favorite colors....although it could be done in blue also!! Thanks for all you give us and thanks for the opportunity to win this! <3
    sydney120@aol.com

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  36. judyw1943@gmail.com9:05 AM EDT

    I love doing redwork, so would love winning this group of Vermont Bridges...........judyw1943@gmail.com

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  37. Love covered bridges.
    lharden49@gmail.com

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  38. Anonymous9:05 AM EDT

    My husband's great grandfather and great uncles built a bridge in Montrose Ontario. It still stands today. It is known as the Kissing Bridge.

    Christine yulece1957@yahoo.ca

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  39. I would enjoy an opportunity to learn/work a red quilt, and these kits look manageable to my new skills.
    stnbrdg@yahoo.com

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  40. What a fabulous giveaway! I love bridges, I love redwork. Fabulous quilt!
    jdomke@tds.net

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  41. Anonymous9:06 AM EDT

    Sweet!

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  43. What a beautiful pattern! Would love to have a chance to win this.
    Jilleen in WI
    cjneumann@frontier.com

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  44. I love covered bridges. Beautiful pattern.
    slwoods542@gmail.com

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  45. Please please please pick me and thank you for the giveaway

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  46. Cute! Looks like a fun Fall - Winter project!

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  47. Absolutely gorgeous! Would love to do this!

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  48. Love the covered bridges in red. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

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  49. Quilting and Redwork! A match made in heaven!! Thank you!!

    Janmuelr@yahoo.com

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  50. What a beautiful prize!
    lucky_lady_13@yahoo.com

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  51. Anonymous9:08 AM EDT

    I love the covered bridges. Someone will be receiving a nice set.
    Wheeler.sylvia@yahoo.com

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  52. Anonymous9:08 AM EDT

    I do redwork embroidery by hand all the time....and love it. And I love covered bridges...so this would be great to add to my collection of Redwork patterns. Thank you Bonnie for all you do. I have been searching for my tumbler template so I can do the Leaders & Enders with you. Right now as I am working on a project, I am sewing a strip to my string blocks as I am working on another project. So I am doing Leaders and Enders just not the tumblers right now. But I will! I love the Leader/Ender concept. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

    Joyce in WV joycemarlane@aol.com

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  53. Lori Mehnert9:09 AM EDT

    I have never done redwork. It looks so beautiful. Maybe it is time to try!
    robertmehnert01@gmail.com

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  54. What a great pattern. Redwork is one of my favorite past-times. I would love to win this pattern. Thanks for all your hard work and sharing here.

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  55. Anonymous9:09 AM EDT

    I love covered bridges. Thank you for the chance!

    Lori
    moccasinbrothersfan@gmail.com

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  56. I am shamelessly begging to be picked and thank you for the giveaway

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  57. Nice quilt. thanks for the chance to win the pattern.
    Kathy
    madquilter7207@gmail.com

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  58. Be still my heart. I love redwork, and this clearly is a labor of love!
    Cheryl
    sayitaintsew10@gmail.com

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  59. Anonymous9:09 AM EDT

    I've always wanted to do red work and this would be a great start! Pat
    psmerr@texas.net

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  60. Cynthia Walcutt9:09 AM EDT

    WOW!! I sure would be honored to complete this quilt from beginning to end!

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  61. Anonymous9:10 AM EDT

    Love covered bridges...love Vermont
    Jane Falcone jcjfal@msn

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  62. This is awesome!
    jmtcc01@yahoo.com

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  63. Kathy Leiter9:10 AM EDT

    I've been wanting to do redwork for sometime. I'd love to do this! I've been embroidering for some time just never did this. I would really love to win this! I know I"d do this one!

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  64. Anonymous9:10 AM EDT

    Beautiful. Redwork is such fun.Deb
    clarkron_183@hotmail.com

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  65. I love Vermont and covered Bridges, we are on vacation now and spent a day just driving in Vermont - so beautiful. Beverly - bgradisek@yahoo.com

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  66. Looks lovely. I have enough projects Bonnie for a life time, but looks like a great project to take along.
    elizabethgray48@hotmail.com

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  67. This is an absolutely gorgeous quilt. I would love to make this quilt and have a start by winning these patterns. ledamewood@gmail.com

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  68. Oh, I Love redwork! I would love to win this set.

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  69. Anonymous9:11 AM EDT

    Very nice pattern!


    kathyddavies@gmail.com

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  70. Anonymous9:11 AM EDT


    deb
    clarkron_183@hotmail.com

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  71. I would love to win that one

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  72. A beautiful set. Thanks for the opportunity! Judyjj at Comcast dot net.

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  73. Beautiful give-away. I love red work.
    I would love to win it.!!

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  74. Awesome quilt Would love the chance to win. :-)

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  75. A project like this would motivate me to enhance my red stash!

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  76. Anonymous9:12 AM EDT

    Would love to win this set. Thanks Bonnie. ploveofc@aol.com

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  77. Margaret Tierney
    Mtierney107@gmail.com

    Quiltcam was such fun last evening. Thanks so much.

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  78. We had a covered bridge where I grew up in Pennsylvania. Recently took my 9 year old grandson to see it, he loved it!
    cindystitches@yahoo.com

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  79. I love the covered bridges, and missed some being able to see them the night I took the wrong fork and ended up driving to Manchester, VT instead of Manchester, NH from Connecticut. I temporarily forgot that those states have towns that have the same name. Did you know that you can't get across the mountains for a couple hundred miles.

    jbeauvais3634@att.net

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  80. The embroidery blocks are beautiful, would love to win this. Love your quilt cams and all your ideas and that you share them with us. You are a hoot.

    susn1125@gmail.com

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  81. The embroidery blocks are beautiful, would love to win this. Love your quilt cams and all your ideas and that you share them with us. You are a hoot.

    susn1125@gmail.com

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  82. Just lovely. Here's hoping I win.

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  83. I would love to win!
    Beverly Moberly
    bevydawn74@gmail.com

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  84. wow. I would love to win that. Thanks for the opportunity to do so
    fgloade@yahoo.com

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  85. Lisa Moore9:16 AM EDT

    These are very beautiful blocks!
    lisa.moore.clark@gmail.com

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  86. Anonymous9:16 AM EDT

    Oh, I would love to win a Redwork Pattern, that is on my list of quilt things I want to do! I have never done Redwork before, but love to do cross stitch and embroidery - this would be fun! Margie - tmmuss@comcast.net

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  87. Anonymous9:17 AM EDT

    Beautiful patterns. I would love to win the set.
    doxiemamax4@icloud.com

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  88. Anonymous9:17 AM EDT

    Hi Bonnie, I think this is a wonderful thing. I love embroidery work. If it is not machine work. I digitize it.

    kay11043@gmail.com

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  89. This is beautiful! Thank you for the giveaway.
    ceciliayoung@gmx.com

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  90. Anonymous9:17 AM EDT

    Would love to add these patterns to my To-Do list
    Kathy in GA
    katoli814@att.net
    Thanks

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  91. Love red work and Vermonts covered bridges!

    Quiltingbabcia@gmail.com

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  92. Anonymous9:17 AM EDT

    Lovely pattern. Love to do embroidery. Thanks for the giveaway Bonnie!
    Kathryn - startrek4ever@outlook.com

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  93. Susan Garrett9:17 AM EDT

    would love to have this set. I like covered bridges. Would love to photograph some, some day
    Susan
    susan.garrett@att.net

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  94. I love redwork and I love the setting of the covered bridges. These are beautifully done.

    Gale/Oklahoma
    gale.quiltlady@gmail.com

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  95. I LOVE redwork, covered bridges, and Bonnie Hunter!! Win--Win!!Thanks for the giveaway --good luck, everyone!

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  96. I would love to win this pattern. Reminds me of home.

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  97. Anonymous9:18 AM EDT

    I live on the NY VT border and always enjoyed our covered bridges. I would love to win these to share with others in our little country towns. I enjoyed meeting you at the VQF. The red work has always caught my eye at shows, but haven't had the chance to make one yet. gmiller46@msn.com

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  98. Vermont is beautiful, I have lived there! Love the covered bridges! wendy.555519@gmail.com Thank you.

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  99. I have never tried Redwork....but I would love to! Bonnie, you are an inspiration.

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  100. Anonymous9:20 AM EDT

    I call it "redwork" and I love doing it. Thanks for the chance.
    Diann/KY kyquiltymama@hotmail.com

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  101. Anonymous9:21 AM EDT

    These are gorgeous!
    Donna
    dma99q@gmail.com

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  102. What beautiful blocks! Glad to have a chance to win.
    Barbara/edwardsb54@gmail.com

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  103. Hubby and I actually did a covered bridge tour for our anniversary one year in Indiana. They were great!!! We also visited Shipshewanna and had a blast. Wish we had some here in Tennessee.

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  104. I would love to win. I love redwork and this would be perfect my sister in law is from Vermont. Thank you

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  105. I would love to win. I love redwork and this would be perfect my sister in law is from Vermont. Thank you

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  106. I would love to win. I love redwork and this would be perfect my sister in law is from Vermont. Thank you

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  107. Great giveaway! daniel.stephanie1997@gmail.com

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  108. Anonymous9:22 AM EDT

    Love covered bridges and enjoy doing redwork. This set would be a nice set to do for our Church Mission auction. Mary email: scrapinmema@gmail.com

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  109. I love to embroider. Would be a project to do when I am not quilting. Bonnie--I love all your quilts. gbahlf@gmail.com

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  110. Anonymous9:23 AM EDT

    Nice design
    Koalified@hotmail.com

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  111. I love redwork and I love covered bridges. What is there not to love? I wish that I could see them all in person and would love to win this beautiful pattern.

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  112. Anonymous9:24 AM EDT

    Love, love covered bridges! I would love to win this beautiful pattern. I also enjoy doing red work embroidery. Thank you for the chance to win.
    Peggy Record
    Recordlp@myfairpoint.net

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  113. I have always loved covered bridges and now not living near Vermont anymore....I miss their beauty. Thank you for a chance to win these patterns!

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  114. Good Morning Miss Bonnie...I have always enjoyed the covered bridges...as a child we used to travel and they were always places of interest...and I so love to do redwork...krisnmarv@gmail.com

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  115. Love that layout! Really showcases the covered bridges :)

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  116. What a work of the heart! The bridge designs are charming and I always love redwork!

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  117. WOW - I have always wanted to do REDWORK - and this is stunning!

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  118. Carolyn p9:27 AM EDT

    Hope I have good luck! Mushroom02@hotmail.com

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  119. Anonymous9:28 AM EDT

    Count me in Bonnie.Great giveaway. rkrunge@gctel.net

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  120. Beautiful quilt, beautiful embroidery. Red and white quilts are my all-time favorite! Thanks for the opportunity to win these wonderful patterns!

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  121. I love Vermont and redwork. What a lovely project!

    backpocketsue@gmail.com

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  122. Anonymous9:29 AM EDT

    Bonnie
    Love those New England covered bridges, dear to my heart,
    as I am from NH.Would loved to win.
    cl_wynne@att.net
    Cathy W

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  123. Anonymous9:29 AM EDT

    Beautiful! Would love to win it!
    Barbara
    barbnlarry@yahoo.com

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  124. Ooooh, that's stunning! Would love to make it - thanks Bonnie for the opportunity.

    Sophie
    sboudreau414@gmail.com

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  125. Gorgeous! Would love to make this!
    litz_theresa@yahoo.com

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  126. Love the red work and the covered bridges! Thank you Bonnie!

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  127. Please pick me. Love covered bridges...

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  128. Anonymous9:31 AM EDT

    fun ! love rework...and your addicted to scraps column ! lkimmell@me.com

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  129. Beautiful quilt. Love doing redwork while watching movies with DH. Fun giveaway.
    Kaye.Temanson@ndsu.edu

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  130. Would love to win this. Love covered bridges. Live in Pennsylvania where there are many.

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  131. Anonymous9:32 AM EDT

    Love doing redwork, it is so relaxing. Would love to make this quilt, thanks for an opportunity to win the pattern.

    Connie B
    cbquilts345@yahoo.com

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  132. Lovely marriage of redwork and quilting. Would love to win
    tdewdney@cogeco.ca

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  133. I love the red work. Reminds me of my grandmother.
    modocmountain@gmail.com

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  134. I have a friend that loves covered bridges. It would be fun to gift her with a quilt that she did not make herself using the patterns.

    Thank you,
    Sherry V.
    crazyquiltpatcher AT yahoo DOT com

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  135. i've been looking for a embroidery project lately, this could be it!! petersonmarye@gmail.com

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  136. I'm not sure what I love more - Redwork or Vermont! Both are exquisite.

    Terry
    tmklaus@aol.com

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  137. Love the red work. Thank you Bonnie! My email is: quiltsrblessings@gmail.com

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  138. I love covered bridges so therefore I should win - just sayin' - lol

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  139. I absolutly love red work. Made a 50 states redwork for my stepfather's California ship re-union that they auctioned off. Would just love these. Dolores

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  140. Anonymous9:34 AM EDT

    Beautiful bridges! Would love to win this pattern!
    Anne
    lickskillet@comcast.net

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  141. Anonymous9:34 AM EDT

    Wonderful project. Covered bridges hold many memories for me. Thanks for what you do and share and for a chance to win this pattern. slimfatquarter@att.net

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  142. Fabulous quilt. Would love to create this and share.
    Yessanth@gmail.com

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  143. Would love to make these bridges. They are beautiful! headmonkey5@hotmail.com

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  144. I'd love to make this. Someday. Shirley sbartee@msn.com

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  145. Elaine Howell9:35 AM EDT

    Redwork is my all time favorite. This quilt is stunning!

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  146. What a beautiful quilt ! Love redwork, thanks Bonnie. patriciachpp@gmail.com

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  147. Love the pattern. Oh how wonderful it would be to win this. Good Luck to all.
    stuplich@gmail.com

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  148. I love the colors and the entire project. Would be wonderful to win this prize!!!

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  149. Anonymous9:37 AM EDT

    Fabulous project - always looking for hand work for the evening - Debbie, dachristienewman@yahoo.com

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  150. Love this!!!

    Kris Smith
    Smithknk1@gmail.com

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  151. Beautiful. I love embroidery/redwork and I love covered bridges. candacehood@yahoo.com

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  152. Anonymous9:38 AM EDT

    I love covered bridges,too. Such a beautiful quilt.
    Thanks,
    Lora C.
    lorasquilts@yahoo.com

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  153. I have been to some of these and would LOVE to start a redwork project going into a surgical recovery time this would be a perfect project! K2harman02@gmail.com

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  154. I would so Love to win one of these patterns. I have such A soft spot for covered bridges and I love red work. This would make such a wonderful birthday present as my birthday is Monday!! M.Southers@hotmail.com

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  155. Oh how I love redwork and piecing in one project. My mom and I love covered bridges. If we win, it will be a team project. heaglel@yahoo.com

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  156. Such an interesting application of redwork technique. sariquilts@yahoo.com

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  157. Anonymous9:39 AM EDT

    Bonnie, thank you for the giveaway! The pattern is so pretty!
    Diane
    Dew55@comcast.net

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  158. Anonymous9:39 AM EDT

    Beautiful patterns. Love covered bridges. Thanks for everything you do and share.
    Jane slimfatquarter@att.net

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  159. Quilters are such generous people.. Thanks..
    kelleyventers@yahoo.com

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  160. .. What a wonderful way to commemorate the covered bridges of our nation's history! I love doing anything redwork and it's even greater when combined with a quilt. Thank you for everything you do for quilting and all you give to your quilting fan's.

    Have a blessed quilty day!!!

    milp04 @ yahoo.com

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  161. I love covered bridges and this quilt! Csvicke@gmail.com

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  162. Wow! What's not to love? Redwork, covered bridges,and quilts. Love it all! teyoung1949@hotmail.com

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  163. Anonymous9:40 AM EDT

    Wow, both redwork and covered bridges in one package! Love to win one! Paula Y. alzagram@yahoo.com

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  164. They are beautiful.
    Sandy@quilt.net

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  165. Karen H.9:41 AM EDT

    ..karenhopkins7@charter.net loves old barns, bridges, and Bonnie Hunters quilt inspirations..

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  166. Lovely! Thanks for the chance. Carrie cbooth236 @ gmail.com

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  167. This would make a fun addition to my busy bag!
    Sbmaui@gmail.com

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  168. Beautiful, would love to win!

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  169. Wow! What a great chance. Those are just lovely.

    deairdre@gmail.com

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  170. Anonymous9:43 AM EDT

    These are awesome! I love red, red, and more red! Thanks for the chance! Laura V.

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  171. What a wonderful gift to share, have loved Redwork for so many years.
    Mix redwork with Bridges and you have a winner.
    Would love to see this in person.

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  172. Beautiful design. Love the redwork!!
    Susan
    susan.swbme@gmail.com

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  173. Oh...pick me, pick me! I love redwork, especially when combined with quilting.

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  174. Hi Bonnie
    Would love to,win these red and white embroidery work is my favorite thanks for the chance to win
    Sally
    Sallyannleckie0607@gmail.com

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  175. I would love to win this - I love covered bridges, Vermont, and Redwork!!

    oneoldgoat1962 at gmail . com

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  176. Diane, e-mail jdcook@newwavecomm.net. I would love to win the red work pattern. Really enjoy your blog.

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  177. What a beautiful way to promote the history of the area. I hope they sell lots of them. csbyrne at live dot com

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  178. Anonymous9:46 AM EDT

    Love, love red work and now the covered bridges. Doesn't get any better than this. Would love to win this package.

    Mary Burn
    mburn@ comporium.net

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  179. Thanks, for the chance!

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  180. I love love redwork and this pattern is gorgeous. I would love to win the pattern and make the quilt.
    Brenda
    bsevera11@gmail.com

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  181. Monica Eyler9:46 AM EDT

    Love covered bridges - makes me homesick for the east coast! This looks like a lovely project..Nostalgia lives on :-)

    Monica
    redhed86@q.com

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  182. I enjoyed visiting several covered bridges in Vermont last year. What a great combination....bridges, redwork, and quilting!
    thomp116@yahoo.com

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  183. I love bridges of all kinds, but covered bridges are the best! Would love to have! quiltot51@att.net

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  184. What an amazing project with a great benefactor! Would love to win. Having grown up in NY state and spending many summers travelling the US I always LOVED the covered bridges we encountered.

    swooze62@yahoo.com

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  185. Would love to win this kit! Getting ready to start teaching hand embroidery at my LQS. This would be a great pattern to work with. Thanks.
    Cris Salmon
    2503 Bugle Drive West
    Chesapeake, VA. 23321

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  186. very pretty. thanks
    germanconnie@gmail.com

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  187. I love covered bridges. What a pretty quilt.
    pronurse@richland.ca

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  188. Anonymous9:50 AM EDT

    Oops, I'm not sure if my first post went through, hope I'm not double dipping! Any hoot, I'd love to do the covered bridges red work! Thanks Bonnie! Kfb1977@yahoo.com Kim B.

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  189. I've been wanting to do a redwork pattern for some time now but am having a hard time finding one that has the right combination of redwork and piecing ... I don't want the piecing to overshadow the embroidery. And this one is just perfect!

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  190. This would be a stunning quilt and I would love to win one of the patterns. Contact me at: nancyrooney@myfairpoint.net

    Nancy Rooney

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  191. Love, love, love red work. Here's hoping!
    imqltr@q.com

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  192. Lovely quilt!!! Covered bridges are so cool!!
    churcae@auburn.edu

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  193. I would love to win. I haven't done redwork for years and would like to do it again! lindawest49@gmail.com

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  194. would love the redwork bridge patterns.. love covered bridges

    bertiequilts@windstream.net

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  195. Ann Flower9:52 AM EDT

    Love the look of covered bridges. What a nice giveaway. antiques@eoni.com

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  196. Reverting to grade school here... jumping up and down yelling out PICK ME !!! PICK ME !!! MISS BONNIE !!! PLEASSSEEE !!!
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    JulieinTN

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  197. Anonymous9:52 AM EDT

    Red work and a piece of history - the covered bridges. Wonderful!

    dtell@bgsu.edu

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  198. Janice Thompson9:52 AM EDT

    Love Red Work and covered bridges! Bonnie you are such and inspiration!

    sjapthompson@aol.com

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  199. Thanks for the chance to win a pattern set. While I'm in NY state I do love VT and really love covered bridges and red work. rmiglin1@twcny.rr.com
    Hugs, Roberta

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