Saturday, February 18, 2017

Let's Quilt It - A Valentine and Giveaway For You!

Greetings quilty friends...

I'm excited to share a Free Motion Quilting
recipe on the Moda Bake Shop today.
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We start with a little
๐Ÿ’• Moda Grunge & French General fabric...๐Ÿ’•
layer with Dream Wool batting
add in my favorite Aurifil thread
and walk through the steps necessary
to free motion quilt
pebbles, echos, feathers & matchsticks
using a HOME machine!!
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So... if you need a quick gift for a friend...
Or to dress-up a table display,
Be sure to visit the Moda Bake Shop and
learn how to create and quilt
this sweet 11" mini.
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It will get YOUR creative stitches hopping!
The design and quilting is very versatile so you might consider the following
finishing options:

1.  Forget the applique and prepare a mini whole-cloth.
Quilted on Moda Muslin with Aurifil 40Wt thread - Dream Wool batting
In the sample above I used my QP Edge Template by my dear friend Linda Hrcka ~ The Quilted Pineapple and added a double-line cross hatch in the center.
Sew FUN!!!

2. Make it larger by duplicating the design for a 4 patch!!
Image via PhotoBooth for Instagram 
The hearts look fabulous oriented in either direction.
Image via PhotoBooth for Instagram 
3.  Consider adding sashing to the middle of a 4 patch... so pretty!
Image via PhotoBooth for Instagram 
 4. Or surround the blocks with setting triangles...
Image via PhotoBooth for Instagram 
Just a few of the things you can do to turn the mini into a real quilt.

Be sure to jump to the Moda Bake Shop post for the quilting details
and return here to enter:

A Kit Giveaway!

That's right!!
I've packaged up
Moda Grunge & French General fabric
and my dear friends at
tossed in the exact colors of Aurifil 40Wt and 50Wt thread that I used to make the sample.
๐Ÿ’–
Moda Fabric +
4 Large Spools of Aurifil
Oh MY!!!

You will LOVE working with this fabric and thread...

To get in on the giveaway
I need a little feedback....

Leave a comment below or on the
Moda Bake Shop tutorial...
describing what you like best about it.
Is it the images, the advice, the project, learning a new Free Motion motif ?

For an extra (optional) entry -- share this blog post or the Moda Bake Shop tutorial with your friends on social media and leave a comment letting me know you did.

Need one more (optional) chance to win ?
If you're on Facebook -- be sure to "Like" Redbird Quilt Co,  Moda Bake Shop and Aurifil Thread for another optional entry.  Leave another comment here letting me know you did.

Giveaway Entries Open through Midnight EST Feb 27th
 ๐Ÿ’•  Sister Janet's Birthday!!  ๐Ÿ’•

Updated 27-Feb-2017
I've uploaded 2 YouTube videos for "Let's Quilt It... A Valentine for You!"
Click the images below for Part 1 and Part 2 respectively.

Also -- stay tuned as I've recorded a YouTube video of my stitching the sampler.
As soon as it's uploaded I'll include the direct link here.

Comedy and quilting go hand-in-hand

Updated 5-Mar-2017
Click the image below to download the Heart Template from Google Drive:


Thanks for your continued support!

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See my other Moda Bake Shop Recipes

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If your Shop, Group or Guild is looking for programs or workshops I would love to hear from you.


Free Motion Quilting on Home Machines
Basics ~ A Quilters Doodles ~ McTavishing
A Full Day of Feathers
Ruler & Template Work
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Wool & Needle turn Applique
Technique or Project Oriented Workshops available.

Send email inquiries to karen at redbirdquiltco dot com
or redbirdquiltco at gmail dot com


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162 comments:

  1. Love the little Valentine quilt!

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  2. Very sweet mini. I like the quilting help...Happy birthday to your sister Janet.

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  3. Thanks Karen for clear and encouraging instructions. So eager to give this a go as feathers have always scared me.

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  4. Great instructions and thanks for sharing so many suggestions!!

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  5. I love all the information and instructions you give on free motion quilting. I am just starting to learn how to FMQ so I am always looking for hints and tutorials!

    Sandy A

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  6. I like all three of the pages listed on Facebook!
    Sandy A

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  7. Your encouragement, availability, clarity in instructions and your generosity come to mind for me. Thanks!!

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  8. How sweet is that Karen, and as usual your quilting just makes it shine...
    Hugz

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  9. I love the simplicity and the beautiful quilting on this. Thank you for sharing.

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  10. I love the design and how each motif works with another!!

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  11. This was great fun to read! My favorite part is your voice. It felt like you were chatting right with me as we leaned over the work together. :-) I also loved the info on the marking tools and eraser pen. And it's always helpful to spend time with someone who encourages one to let the glitches go. I shall make sure I've liked all three places on fb--but there's a good chance I've done that already. :-)

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  12. Oh--and I'll be happy to share this blog on my fb page--Karla's Quilts.

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  13. I love the versatility of your design.

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  14. Wow! Thank you for the excellent tutorial! I really appreciate all of the tips you gave and the photos of the steps.

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  15. I already like all of them on Facebook.

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  16. I shared on IG via @winkowl... hope I did it right๐Ÿ˜‰

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  17. I like all three on FB- thanks for an extra chance!!!

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  18. Love the project! Hearts and feathers are favorites of mine!

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  19. What I love most about this project is that there are sweet hearts on it. Hearts always attract my attention! The quilting is just gorgeous too!

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  21. Karen, another great design and tutorial. I love the step by step directions as well as the interspersed humor

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  22. I like the new projects and learning a new Free Motion motif.

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  23. I already follow you, Moda and Aurifil on Facebook. Thank you!

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  24. Beautiful design. Thanks for sharing

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  25. Thanks for all you share with us Karen. I love the quilting and I also really love the different settings you suggest!

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  26. I love it all - all the things I wish to learn and perfect

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  27. Yoir tutorial was outstanding. I will read it again and again as a great reference and reminder. Thank you so much!
    Mary

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  28. Wow girl, you give lots of details on your tutorial. Can't wait to watch the video.
    This is so beautiful,I immediately want to make ☝️!

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  29. This is the first of your tutorials I have ever looked at, really nice job. Loved the detail as I'm struggling getting started with FMQ, this tutorial really helped with some of my anxiety.

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  30. I love simple projects made stunning by great quilting. I'm working on improving mine, so thanks for the inspiration.

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  31. Love Love LOOOOOVE the Valentine!! Such a Sweet & Special project! Love how you shared precise details...and the Tutorial is Awesome! Thank you so much for all you share with all of us. :)

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too!! :D

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  32. The tutorial was great! I especially liked the tool tips ie the pens and erasers. I needed advice on registration lines too. Plus I appreciated your reminder not to worry about the glitches...made me feel better about my own boo-boos. This was very helpful and the photos were awesome. I would like to watch the YouTube video! And, my birthday is the same as your sister! Thanks so much!

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  33. I absolutely love the quilting and the images. Would love to make a few of these! Thank you for the giveaway
    Sharon Scot
    Roseofsharon_ps121@yahoo.com

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  34. I really appreciate how detailed your tutorial is, both with the many photos and the specific advice you offer. Thanks so much for the time and effort you put into it.

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  35. I shared the tutorial on Pinterest, where you can find me under my full name: Beth Talmage.

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  36. I love the pictures, advice and the whole project.Love all the details. What a wonderful project it is. Lovely hearts. Good luck everyone in the giveaway! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  37. I love, love, love everything about it...especially your beautiful quilting!!!
    Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  38. You couldn’t have created a better tutorial. Thanks for including so many great photos. I think I am ready to practice my first feather.

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  39. I am already following you, Moda and Aurifil on Facebook.

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  40. Karen, your work is nothing short of brilliant and you never cease to amaze me. I love this small quilt and I will patiently wait for the YouTube so I can sit and watch you.... and possibly learn a few more tips from you. I love the size of this project. I have one question: how do you get your feathers on each side to be so perfect?
    Glenice Jones

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  41. Already follow you on on Facebook and Instagram.

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  42. Already following Aurifl (I l-o-v-e Aurifil threads) and Moda.

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  43. Your tutorial was simply stunning. I loved reading it and re-reading it and I hope some day I won't be so terrified to try free motion quilting. I'm a big fan of yours and already follow you everywhere :)

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  44. Love all, learning quilting, heart motif & pink colour !

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  45. I love how sweet it is and I could personalize the hearts with a message.

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  46. As I said on the Moda Bakeshop site, I appreciate the fmq instructions and the encouragement to ignore my oops! Previously liked Aurifil on FB, but I liked both Redbird Quilt Co. & Moda Bakeshop tonight. I'm looking forward to looking through your blog.

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  47. My favorite is the fmq. Your feathers are so pretty!
    Thanks for the chance at winning your giveaway!

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  48. your work is unbelievable.i love number 1. it is stunning! I don't think I will ever be able to make my feathers look like that. I have tried. thank you for the giveaway and for your teachings.

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  49. Beautiful quilting!!! A very comprehensive tutorial to create a gorgeous piece.

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  50. I'm absolutely in love with your tutorial from your very pleasing on the eye design and fabric choice to your clear and easy instructions. Keep up the great work Karen, you have a new admirer here ☺

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  51. Thank you for the tutorials and the different ways to turn this beautiful mini into a quilt. It's extremely helpful knowing all products used to create your master piece.

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  52. Karen! That is one of the most complete tutorials I have seen. Excellent! Moda Bake Shop should be proud to have you as a 'Baker'. I especially like you pointing out your little stitching glitch. We all need to know that's okay :)

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  53. Awesome help!! Love the way you FMQ hope to pratice to get better!! Happy Birthday to your sister!!

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  54. I shared the tutorial by Pinning to my Quilting Tutorials Board.

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  55. I already follow all three of you on Facebook!

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  56. I love your tutorials and I can't wait to try this one! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  57. I love the little quilt and the way you show all the ways of using the motif. My favorite is the advice you share. I learn so much.

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  58. Such a versatile project. Your instructions are always clear and helpful.

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  59. I like that you show lots of options for construction.

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  60. Shared this blog!!!! Loved it!

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  61. Like this on Facebook also! Thank you for this tutorial.

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  62. I love Moda Bake Shop Patterns, to buy a pattern is $10, Modas are free. The patterns with tutorial are great, thanks.
    garvey56@gmail.com

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  63. Great tutorial, Karen! I love all of the pics and your narrative written right on the pictures. I am looking forward to your video tut! Well done! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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  64. I shared your post on Facebook, and when I figure it out, I will share on IG as well...

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  65. I already follow all 3 of you on FB and IG....so much inspiration! Thank you!

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  66. I love your clear instructions and learning new free motion designs.

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  67. I follow all three of the facebook pages.

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  68. What a beautiful Valentine quilt. I like the tutorial.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  69. I like you, Moda Bake Shop, and Aurifil on FB.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  70. I love the projects, the pretty pictures and the advice.

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  71. How absolutely beautiful! I love the quilting advice as I am still not very confident in my FMQ abilities. Thank you SO much for this giveaway!

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  72. This heart project is just adorable! Love the how the hearts just pop out of the detailed quilting (and the best part is that is calorie free!!) Thanks!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  73. I am following Red Bird Quilts on FB>
    Thanks!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  74. This quilting is just beautiful, Karen. I did go and print out the instructions.
    Thank you so much for your inspiration an generosity

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  75. I do "like" MBS and Aurifil and you on FB

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  76. Magnificent! Way beyond my skill set right now, but to be honest, I love that you showed a "glitch". Reminds me that it doesn't have to be perfect!
    allisonpogany at gmail.com

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  77. I also "liked" RedBird, Moda and Aurifil! (easy since they are easy to like)
    allisonpogany at gmail.com

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  78. Hi I'm new to FMQ, so I love learning new techniques! Thank you for the instructions!

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  79. I follow and like Redbird, Aurifil, and Moda bake shop on Facebook!

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  80. I always enjoy your tutorials. I beelined right to the information about marking tools since that is an area I am still trying out to find my favorites. I also benefitted from the directions on the feather fill at the top of the heart. Thanks so much for this little gem of a piece to learn on!❤️

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  81. I sure appreciate your detailed instructions on quilting the feathers--always such a challenge for me!

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  82. Hiya!!! Wow what a wonderful tutorial---very thorough and some great advice there on FMQ. It's a great little project and should be helpful in advancing my skills in FMQ. Thanks so much!!! Blessed be, hugs!!!
    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  83. I shared the tutorial on both Pinterest and Facebook. Thanks for having the giveaway. Blessed be, hugs!!!
    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  84. Hiya!!! I liked everyone on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway. Blessed be, hugs!!!
    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  85. Wow! That is the MOST detailed tutorial I have ever seen.. Thank you so much. I love how you give very thorough step by step instructions for quilting the piece. Often we see beautiful pieces like this, but can't figure out how it was done..so exacting. Wonderful job!

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  86. I would like to check a 'LOVE" box for all of you on FB, but I guess 'Like" will have to do!

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  87. Great tutorial! I liked the thorough step by step especially with the feathers. I never thought about the jump stitches to get around, but that would be a huge time saver and thread saver. Thanks! jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  88. SHARING WITH MY STITCHING FRIENDS https://www.pinterest.com/msstitcher/redbird-quilt-co/
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  89. THANK YOU for a sweet Giveaway!Love this design and the colors you chose! Wonderful Tutorial too!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  90. I love how clear your instructions are ❤️

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  91. Karen I love the project and all the inspiration you give us. I also would love to try aurifil thread. Thanks Val

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  92. Karen I love the project and all the inspiration you give us. I also would love to try aurifil thread. Thanks Val ps I liked all three on facebook!

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  93. I liked the quilting tips in your MBS tutorial. I haven't mastered feathers but a small piece like this could be a good place to start.

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  94. There you are! I've missed you! I don't do Facebook, so can't do the like thing - but I did enjoy your project.

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  95. I love all your instructions, they are so easy to understand and I have practiced and am happy with what I have accomplished and now I will quilt my next quilt.
    djcutting2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  96. Your tutorial makes me feel that I can do it too!! Your instructions make it look so simple. The only hard part now is cleaning up my sewing area so that I can have room to quilt my own!

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  97. I like Redbird Quilt, Moda Bakeshop, and Aurifil on facebook.

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  98. I love the Valentine project,it's versatility for more than just Valentine's Day, the detailed instructions in the tutorial at MBS, the variations you gave on this blog post. I need an empathy card for a dear friend and this heart is just the ticket:)

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  99. I liked Aurifil (my favorite thread too)on Facebook, your facebook page and Moda Bake Shop's.

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  100. I added a link to this blog post on my facebook page.

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  101. I love love the way you design the tutorial for the "A Valentine for You"!!! Love the feel and look of Moda Fabrics and Auriful Thread. Karen you are an inspiration to all thank you my friend! Happy Quilting

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  102. Karen, this is so gorgeous! I love each variety of the square. I want to make them all! Thanks so much for your very generous tutorials and free patterns.

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  103. Your project and photos are awesome Karen! They just make me want to make one right now! Thanks for sharing.

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  106. I enjoy all the photos that accompany tutorials!

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  107. I follow Moda Bake Shop, Aurifil and Redbird Quilt Company at FaceBook!

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  108. Your quilt is just beautiful! I love that your tutorial has lots of photos. Seeing what each step looks like in really helpful for me. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  109. I like how you make it sound so easy and fun. ..Makes me want to get to sewing room and whip it up...ty for the encouragement. .. happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  110. I absolutely love the whole project! Beautiful.

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  111. I posted on pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/51158145747495562/

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  112. love the many ideas with one simple motif. Thanks for sharing!

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  113. I love fast and easy projects that look stunning. I follow Aurifill, Moda Bake Shop and Redbird on FB.

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  114. THANK YOU for this great tutorial, I learned so much! Love the idea of the pebbles inside the echo AND the machine binding tutorial!!! <3

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  115. This is great! Love all aspects -love combining simple motifs that come together to look much more elegant combined than each does separately. Aurifil is my favorite to piece and quilt with too - really lays beautifully into the fabric and still stays soft.

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  116. Meant to add "thank you" to my previoius comment but hit 'publish' - anyway, thank you for this great idea.

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  117. I'm loving your valentine heart pattern. I'll be quilting a quilt my mom made for my dad who has dementia and she has appliqued hearts all over it. This is just what it needs. Your designs are beautiful.

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  118. That is so adorable. I can tell it is a gift from your heart!

    You rock!

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  119. So sweet! I like the FMQ around the simple hearts. I think if you'd done lots of FMQ in the hearts too, it would've been too much.

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  120. wow i have just found your site and it was your designs that caught my eye ,plus the lovely colours you have use for your blog page.
    Oh i also love your FMQ on your pieces as i am just a learner,love the freebie cushion PDF on the side,,in one word i find your blog very inspirational,thankyou.

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  121. What an informative tutorial! The step by step instructions are great. Photos leave no doubt what to do next. The best tutorial I have ever read.

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  122. Hearts always grab my attention! The size is perfect for me to try my hand at FMQ on my vintage machine. I hope it works!

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  123. Redbird quilts, Moda, and Aurifil are now LIKED thanks to your giveaway!

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  124. Thanks for the tutorial. I love ❤️ that I can do this on my home machine. It won't be as lovely as yours but with a glass of wine and if I squint... lol

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  125. Love the inspiraion to practice Feathers !
    I commented on Moda Bake Shop too!

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  126. Ive already liked Redbird Quilt Co & Aurifil on facebook..
    Cant believe i hadnt..
    just now did Like Moda Bake Shop !

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  127. I shared karensquiltscrowscardinals dot blogspot
    With my youngest daughter, Laura, on facebook chat.
    Does that count ?

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  128. I love the design! I always love filler ideas for quilting. Maybe I'll use some pebbles in my next quilt.

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  129. I followed all 3 on facebook (mills as last name, emails is still set up to my maiden name).

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  130. I like how your instructions are so precise. I do free motion quilting, but always shy away from feathers. Well, feathers, here I come! Thank you for providing such detailed information.

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  131. I Liked Redbird Quilt Co, Moda Bake Shop and Aurifil Thread for another optional entry!

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  132. I'm impressed with the detail you provide in your instructions and imagery. Thank you.

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  133. And I "Liked"all 3 of you on Facebook!

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  134. Your tutorial is amazing, and so precise! This will help me quite a lot with my self-taught FMQ for my projects.

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  135. I shared the Moda tutorial post on FB. Thanks!

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    1. Sorry about that, the comment didn't post properly do it I carpel tunnel surgery a few days ago. Nevertheless the less just spent the afternoon watching most of your YouTube videos! I'm liking and following RedBird, Moda and Aurifil. Absolutely love love love your blog, your awesome teaching style and the products you talk about -Thanks to my son who is studying in California I received most of the products for Christmas. Finally Janine 7700 is the best and is why I found your blog!

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  137. I love how you took one design and showed 4 ways to lay it out! I am learning feathers and I love how yours look! I also love the bird!!

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  138. Thanks for the chance to win. Love your quilting!

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  139. Hi Karen-
    So sweet to see this little sweetie in person at Saturday's FMQ class! I am excited to try some feathers and other techniques after I practice a bit more : ) Thanks for the chance to win some Grunge and Aurifil!

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  140. I love the whole valentine but especially all the feathers!

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  141. The tutorial is so detailed with lots of pics and great tips! I liked it all!

    Naomi

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  142. Love your instructions, your beautiful FMQ, and you use my favorite thread. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  143. You've only just begun my friend. I can't wait to see what's next. Congratulations. Hugs, Mary Andra

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  144. Love all the suggestions to change it up. And your details are extremely helpful. I don't do Facebook but have been a longtime follower on Instagram.

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  145. Oh I love this! It'd be a perfect treat for myself since my birthday is on Valentine's Day. I've been wanting to try free motion feathers & tutorial is perfect!

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  146. I shared on Facebook & liked all 3 pages on Facebook. Thank you!

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  147. Karen I not only love the design which is absolutely gorgeous but I love how you describe each of the steps with ease and so we can understand. I also absolutely love that you speak to us constantly and make sure we are ok with each step and repeat yourself which personally puts me at great ease. Not only that when you right out a tutorial it's written as you speak and it's so clear and precise that even I can follow. I'm hooked big time on your tutorials and look forward to many more as I'm learning so much more than I have in a long time. Keep up the great work ☺

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  148. The photos and commentary are really clear! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  149. I enjoy all the photos that accompany tutorials,thanks.
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