Friday, June 26, 2015

Winner and New Giveaway!!!

Happy Friday everyone!!! I wish I were showing another Friday finish, but this week I had too many things on my plate. I did get a little sewing done and some behind the scenes stuff on another project I can't show you yet.  But be that as it may, we still have a very exciting day, because I'm going to announce the winner of the Grande Scrappy Tiles giveaway. Plus the lovely Cheryl at Meadow Mist Designs is letting me giveaway another of her patterns. So let's get started.

I had 69 entries for the Grande Scrappy Tile pattern. It was so much fun reading about what everyone is working on right now. I will say those who are busy organizing, that isn't fun, but it makes working so much easier. In case you don't remember here is my Grande Scrappy Tiles quilt


And the Random.org generator picked lucky number 4, you know the saying the early bird gets the worm...or in this case the pattern.


I've contacted Tanya and will be sending her the pattern shortly. For all of you who did not win, the pattern is on sale through July 4th for $6.00.  You can find it on Etsy (Here), Craftsy (Here) or Payhip (Here).

Now when I tested the Grande Scrappy Tiles pattern I also had the chance to proof the pattern Sea Star. I really liked this pattern and seriously thought about doing it instead of the one above. I'm a sucker for plus quilts and this one is just so pretty.  Cheryl did hers in solids which is awesome and just screams sea to me.


I have put this on my bucket list to make, but I think I want to mine in shades of purple and grey. I think this would make a great quilt for a guy. I keep talking about doing a quilt for my nephew and this just might have his name written on it.

Cheryl has graciously allow me to give away a copy of this pattern as well.  So leave me a comment and tell me what colors you would use for this pattern.  Also if you are a follower (new or old) leave a second comment letting me know how you follow me.  I will draw a name next Thursday night. Now if you love this pattern and can't wait to get started on it or if you don't win. Cheryl has it on sale for the next two weeks for $6.00 on Etsy (Here), Craftsy (Here) or Payhip (Here).


Also if you don't follow Cheryl @ Meadow Mist Designs you might not know that she is leading a mystery quilt-a-long called Midnight Mystery Quilt. So far she has only given out the fabric requirements, so there is still plenty of time to join.  She has a Facebook group for the QAL and it has been totally awesome seeing the fabrics everyone is choosing.  We even a few people doing to versions.

56 comments:

  1. I would like to make this quilt scrappy in grey and yellow prints on white background.

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  2. I follow your blog via GFC.

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  3. I like the blues in the picture, they look like sea glass and I love blue.

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  4. I'd love to make it in blues and greens!

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  5. I would use lime green, orange, and deep royal blue on a pale grey background.

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  6. I'd use blues and yellows-gorgeous quilt! Love this pattern.

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  7. Gorgeous quilt pattern! I would go with blues, or maybe even a rainbow of sorts!

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  8. Thanks so much for your post and hosting the giveaway!!!

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  9. I am really in love with aqua and red right now. so I would use those in it! Thanks for the chance.

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  10. I would make a scrappy version with all my fat quarters!

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  11. Pinks! WIth neutrals.

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  12. I think Sea Star would look good in blue and purple batiks with a really light back ground

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  13. I just started following you on bloglovin. Look forward to your future post and will have to catch up on older ones.

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  14. I'll use Kona brights on black for an Amish-inspired quilt!

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  15. I love the teals and that is what I would use for this pretty pattern$!!

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  16. I follow you via Bloglovin!! Thanks!!

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  17. I'd love to make it in teal and aqua!

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  18. Hi Shauna: Follow you on Bloglovin!!! rmgsummers@yahoo.com

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  19. Pastels! I just think a nice soft pastel pallet with an off-white background would be so sweet!

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  20. I think I might try the crosses in small print and the stars in solids...not sure about colors yet. I joined the Midnight Mystery quilt along!

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  21. I might try silvers and golds on maybe a navy background... I like this blue version though, and I saw a really nice rendition that did solid stars and print pluses! So many possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. Scrappy in purples,greens and blues on a black background. So pretty!

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  23. I would make this quilt in bottle greens, blues, and taupe. I think it would be so pretty. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  24. I love the colors used on the pattern! What a perfect name as well! I would love to win your giveaway!

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  25. This is a great pattern and I would make it in grays and golds for my daughter's loft apartment,

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  26. I am a Bloglovin' follower of yours!

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  27. I would totally make this for my son, we've been looking for a pattern for a while. We're thinking shades of blue and beige/tan - what do you think? ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

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  28. I follow you on Bloglovin. ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

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  29. I would use either burgundy and grey or blue and yellow....not sure which one....but I do love the pattern....

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  30. I think this would be a great red and white quilt.

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  31. I would use navy and white. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  32. I think I would use yellows, greens and blues.
    Liz Horgan, eahorgan@gmail.com

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  33. I started following you on bloglovin.
    Liz Horgan, eahorgan@gmail.com

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  34. I'd use purples and greens.

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  35. Blues and greens would be my choice.

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  36. I follow your blog via email.

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  37. I would have to do in solids bright for the stars and navy/grey for the pluses. Thanks!

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  38. I would do the stars in shades of purple and I would do the background in dark grey! maedgel at Hotmail dot com

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  39. I follow you via bloglovin! maedgel at Hotmail dot com

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  40. I think I'd go for a scrappy with yellow & teals

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  41. I would have to make it in sea colors.
    renragjd@gmail.com

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  42. I follow you on bloglovin.
    renragjd@gmail.com

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  43. Obviously, it looks great in the sea colors but I think it would look great in 2 different combos: grays/white/reds, and oranges and yellows.

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  44. This would be a great quilt for a guy, so maybe I would raid my stash for blues and greens, or perhaps the leftover shirt fabrics. I love plaids on guy quilts.

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  45. I think this would be a fun with pink and coral.

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  46. I'd make one in yellows and oranges.

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  47. I am a follower with email updates.

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