Star Spangled Banner Day 7
LAST DAY OF MY STAR SPANGLED BANNER EXTRAVAGANZA!
Tomorrow is the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner and I hope you'll be able to catch some of the celebrations via the internet or television.
|Constitution Oak by Debby Kratovil - 64" x 64"|
Let me show you a few other quilts with the red, white and blue theme:
Farmhouse Stars (from Supersize 'em Quilts)
|Liberty Dance by Maria Tavy Umhey - 50" x 50"|
|Fabrics courtesy of Benartex Fabrics|
1. The contest is over at midnight tonight, September 13, 2014 (EST). No more contests. I'm out of fabric and out of town!
2. Fabrics can only be mailed in the United States.
3. If I randomly select someone from outside the United States, you can have ANY of my patterns from my Craftsy site. I will email them to you (obviously, the ones that are for sale).
4. If I don't have your email, I can't notify you! Anonymous bloggers can't win!
Do you like working with reproduction fabrics, and if so, from what historic era?
THANK YOU for joining me for the entire week. I hope that you've enjoyed seeing the quilts, hearing from Jane Hampton Cook, getting a glimpse of what Mimi Dietrich and the Maryland Historical Society did in making a replica flag, and all the other bits and pieces of history.
I enjoyed giving away the fabric. If you're not a follower, I hope you'll consider becoming one (via Bloglovin' or email) so you can get more free patterns, see more of my quilts (and those of other quilters) and join in on the occasional giveaways I have.
We used the Liberty Dance pattern to make QOV for local gifting. I love Civil War prints and 30's prints.ReplyDelete
I love repro's from the 1930's. I think most people think of quilts made from these prints, when they hear the word "quilt" and that's the type of quilt I first fell in love with.ReplyDelete
I've enjoyed the whole week of quilts and information... not to mention your generous giveaways. Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
I haven't used any reproduction fabrics. Looking forward to a project in the future.ReplyDelete
I've never used reproduction fabrics but love seeing projects made from them and think they would be perfect for anything I make for my grands because they add a little history into the gift and the kids love learning about the 'olden days.' :)ReplyDelete
Dearly love my repros. I flip from 1860-s to Civil War. It's the florals, then it's the smooth colors. Who can choose?ReplyDelete
I Love working with reproduction fabrics! Especially 30's prints.ReplyDelete
thanks for the chance to win love your blogReplyDelete
I like to work with fabrics from the Civil War period. Have enjoyed your blogs on the Star Spangled Banner. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for a most informative week with some very interesting bits of our fine nation's history. It was truly a fun time. And thanks for all the chances to win some beautiful fabrics. I've never used any reproduction fabrics.ReplyDelete
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Nope. No repros for me...ReplyDelete
I like using 30s fabrics. Thanks for the great history lesson.ReplyDelete
I used a reproduction fabric in one quilt I made, but have never made anything as gorgeous as your quilts. Great week of info and quilts!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing all the beautiful patriotic quilts with us. I too live in the Greater Baltimore Area and have enjoyed following your Star Spangled celebration.ReplyDelete
I love 30s repros and Civil War repros. I work mainly with the 30s but have grown to love the 30s.ReplyDelete
Thanks for a fun week filled with facts and quilts!
I have not used reproduction fabrics yet. But, I know that a quilt with them is in my near future.ReplyDelete
I haven't worked with any reproduction prints. I love the Liberty Dance quilt.ReplyDelete
I like the Civil War prints. Thanks.ReplyDelete
i've collected some civil war prints but never did anything with them. thanks for a chance to win.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for all the great patterns and inspiration this week!ReplyDelete
Thanks also for choosing my name for the book drawing--I know I will enjoy it!
I have loved all the star spangled posts. Thanks for all the inspirationa and the giveaways.ReplyDelete
Very pretty fabrics and quilts. Thanks for all the inspiration and the giveaways.ReplyDelete
Thanks for a wonderful week of posts! I have enjoyed all the quilts you've shown, and thinking about this important 200th birthday. I posted about it myself this morning. Thanks for a chance to win this great fabric by Benartex! I do use reproduction fabrics, a lot of Civil War, and slightly less of the last quarter 1700s-first quarter 1800s. I just love the colors and the fabrics. Some people call them muddy, but I don't see it that way! dezertsuz at gmailReplyDelete
I do love reproduction fabrics (actually, I love all fabrics). Right now I am making a friendship quilt using 1930's repro fabrics, but I also really like the civil war repro fabrics. Nancy: email@example.comReplyDelete
I love all types of fabrics, from repros to batiks. Some designs just work better with reproductions. I'm currently collecting 30s prints, but have Civil War collections, too.ReplyDelete
I love fabrics of all genre. I would hate to miss out on working with a certain fabric just because I don't use that era. CDahlgren at live dot comReplyDelete
I don't care for repro fabrics. I prefer the pure, vibrant colors over muddy colors. But one can always find a use for fabric! Thank you for the fabulous giveaways all week!!ReplyDelete
I've only used '30's prints, but like the Civil War, too.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Debby for a very interesting week! I had to use a library in Charlestown, RI and fight to get on at a motel on Long Island, but it's been worth it! Happy Quilting to all!
I love reproduction fabrics. I don't know much about the eras, but my favorites are, I think, the civil war era. I like soft or dark colors and tiny florals. Thanks for these giveaways. It's been interesting checking in to see what you post every day. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete