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Other than my family, the passion of my life is quilting. An eclectic, I love any and every style that makes me smile. Traditional? Awesome, especially with historic or family story connections. Modern? Fun! Free! Cheery! Paper piecing? How cool can you get?

Friday, November 16, 2012

A Finish! A Finish! (and some giveaway patterns) - Sisters' Hearts - Marissa


Too fun, getting this string of finishes squared away.

This week's is Marissa's "Sisters' Hearts"




Back last Christmas vacation, when everyone was home from their various schools, the entire family pieced these. There are 3 altogether - one for each sister, with slight variations. Next week, when everyone is home once again, we'll get a group photo op.  :D


Backed with minkee, they are lusciously snuggly and show off Patty's quilting very nicely.





~~>(Giveaway patterns below these buttons)<~~

Thanks to these great hosts for superb inspirational link-ups! You should check these places out for more cool projects folks have finished. :D


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Link A Finish Friday at Richard's

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And now for those giveaway patterns!

My unpacking found these patterns that I bought years ago, and I will never do them. So, to pass along the blogger love that was showered on me with giveaways I received during our move (which are in the next box to be unpacked!), I'm offering these to anyone who wants them. 




Oakland, Nauvoo, Manti,
San Diego, St. George

No conditions at all. Just leave a comment here letting me know which one or ones you are interested in. And if you're commenting but don't want any patterns, just say that too - LOL!  (Sorry, I can't reach "anonymous" or "no reply" commenters).  Yes, I'll ship international.  :D  I'll keep this giveaway open until Sunday the 25th. 



16 comments:

  1. I love the quilt finish! The hearts are very bright, especially on the b&w background. (Hi, kitty!)

    I don't want to skew the giveaway, but I don't want any of those. Lovely patterns, not my style. ;)

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  2. Beautiful quilting on your amazing quilt!! I like the looks of your Pioneer Quilt - I'v enot seen a pattern like that here in the UK before! Happy sewing :)

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  3. What a great idea to make coordinating quilts for each of your girls. I'm sure they will always treasure them!, Lynette!

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  4. LOVE that quilty finish! I'm thinking of using minky but frankly I'm a bit afraid! :D

    I already have patterns coming out my ears and don't need any but I wanted to comment on how great that quilt looks. :-)

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  5. I love using minky on the backs of my cuddle and baby quilts. As for your giveaway, the "Whenever I think of Pioneers" intrigues me. As for the Always and forever, I can't myself making that one but parts of it could be handy in other projects. Jane

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  6. I love the temples on the botom. That heart is fantastic. I am going to have to pin this one.

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  7. Your hearts quilt is beautiful. It's so nice you all have similar ones :)

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  8. What a wonderful quilt finish! Very pretty and backed with Minky - now that is one fabulous quilt!

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  9. Wow¡¡ is a really beautiful quilt, it's great you finish it¡¡¡

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  10. I am in love with your quilt. The piecing is fantastic and the quilting is "drop open mouth" gorgeous.

    Thanks for the pattern giveaway. I like the last one. Temple Squares.

    Donna
    don_mae2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. That quilt is really pretty. I have to one with minke on the back soon!

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  12. I love the quilt and your blog is awesome too!

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  13. I don't need any patterns, need to give some away what a great idea for the season!
    But can hardly wait for the three quilt reveal.

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  14. Very nice, I love the quilting design, beautifully done. When you back with minkee do you still add batting in the middle?

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  15. The quilting is great. Really neat.

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