Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Christmas in July and a Giveaway


Just a teaser with some awesome fabrics
I had my first lesson on the Handi Quilter last week at the Quilter's Studio in Fairfax, VA. I quickly pieced this Lone Star quilt using the Season's Greetings Collection from Benartex. (This will be a new pattern soon).

Would you love to see this holiday collection and have a chance to win a fat quarter bundle of the fabrics? Well, you must get on over to the Sew in Love with Fabric blog (Benartex) and see the fun projects I made with them (besides this Lone Star).

Season's Greetings Collection by Benartex
Visit the Sew in Love with Fabric blog and leave a comment about my use of the wonderful little panels included in this fabric group. Then come on back here and let me know, too. I will let Benartex select the winners.

39 comments:

  1. I love your postcards and the lone star quilt!

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  2. Love your projects with this beautiful line!

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  3. Great post cards, but really enjoyed the candle mat.

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  4. The postcards are adorable, but I am in LOVE with the lone star. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. I love all of the projects. They will make wonderful holiday gifts with the gorgeous fabric collection

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  6. Debby, your projects are so awesome. I love the candle mat. The use of the gold panels makes it look very elegant. It would be so pretty to have for Christmas.

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  7. I commented at Benartex about your very clever use of the panels in your projects. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  8. Very cute ideas! I commented on the Benartex blog as well.

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  9. Absolutely adorable.. I love them all! and that star... I am fascinated with them!

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  10. these are lovely and the quilt you are working on...this reallly does appeal to me...all these colours and your creativity the icing on the plum pudding.

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  11. these are lovely and the quilt you are working on...this reallly does appeal to me...all these colours and your creativity the icing on the plum pudding.

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  12. Love the post cards. I have added them to my list of things to make.

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  13. Rosemary B here:
    I want that Sweet 16 sooo bad... lol
    Anyway, I am so glad that you are learning on that. Your quilt it beautiful. I love the postcards, those are adorable and would make a great gift to add to the tree every year.
    Love the lone star very very much too

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  14. I love what you have done. Thanks for sharing

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  15. I love all your projects! They are so creative and make me want to get started with Christmas projects. I let them know how much I like your use of the panels and your other creations.

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  16. I love all of the panels, but I really like the way you used the gold thread.
    I also love the star block.

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  17. I'll have to try making a postcard. You made some lovely ones with this fabric! Thanks for the projects.

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  19. Love your star the fabrics are gorgeous as are your cards.

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  20. What a great idea for using panels!! Those greeting cards are a wonderful keepsake idea!! Your candlemat is lovely!!

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  21. Thank you for the tutorial on fabric postcards, they look great. Your Lone Star is beautiful and so is the fabric!

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  22. Very nice projects.
    I commented on the Sew in Love with Fabrics blog.
    I have made lots of fabric postcards over the years.

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  23. I love your projects. I commented on the Sew in Love with Fabrics blog

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  24. Love the postcards. The candle mat is lovely too! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  25. I like how you use the panels with wording - it seems like a nice way to get writing on your quilts without needing beautiful handwriting (which I don't have!)

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  26. Wonderful use for batiks. I love them but have never known what to do with them.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  27. I'd really like to make some postcards. Those look great!

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  28. Great postcards and I love your lone star too :-)

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  29. Love the postcards but all the projects are great.

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  30. Love your project, especially the cards. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  31. I commented on the Bentartex Blog topo... Looove you rProjects!! The Quilt tho, is my favorite!! Gorgeous!!

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  32. The candle mat was gorgeous! Very classy.

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  33. Not for the drawing. I wanted to let you know that I loved all the projects, and it's difficult to choose just one, but I certainly loved your corners and the triple border on that lone star block. Kudos for your quilting!

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  34. Not for the drawing. I wanted to let you know that I loved all the projects, and it's difficult to choose just one, but I certainly loved your corners and the triple border on that lone star block. Kudos for your quilting!

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  35. I loved all of the projects listed. The quilt is fantastic and so are the fabric postcards. i think I will try some of them.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  36. Love you Lone Start table topper. Thanks for a chance to win the fabrics!

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