little bits quilting bee - book review & giveaway!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


this giveaway is now closed. thank you for all of your entries.  good luck :)

what do you get when you take one of your favorite craft bloggers & combine them with one of your favorite publishing houses?  one awesome book!  a modern, fun, fresh and upbeat book filled with eye candy on every page.  "little bits quilting bee" by the oh, so talented kathreen ricketson of the blog "whipup" has written a jewel of a craft book.  any quilter from beginner to intermediate is sure to find inspiration and patterns galore.



"little bits quilting bee: 20 quilts using charm squares, jelly rolls, layercakes & fat quarters" offers a fresh approach to modern quilting.  i love that kathreen offers up quilt designs that are unique and original using those pre-cuts that we all love. 


i think my favorite part of the book is where kathreen draws her inspirations for the patterns from.  i adore that she designed quilts around "small sparks" of ideas like lollipop tress and her children's drawings.  all of the quilts in the books are lovingly designed and quilted and have that fantastic aesthetic of kathreen's that we all enjoy.



from her use of colors to shapes and finally textures she brings the quilts in this book to life. oh, and there isn't just quilts ladies...there's also wall hangings, play mats, crib quilts, couch throws and more.  i likey! 


kathreen also has a great section at the beginning of the book all about community quilting, quilting bees & clubs.  she shares how to get involved and how to start your own.  she also has some great chapters teaching you everything from pre-cut myth busters, what equipment & supplies you'll need as well as the anatomy of a quilt, which covers everything from piecing techniques, batting, backing, quilting, binding & applique!  the patterns in the book all include clear step by step instructions, how to illustrations and pattern pieces stored in a handy pocket at the front of the book. it's fahhhhbbbbbulous!



the book is split up into the type of pre-cut you are working on.  whether it's charm squares, fat quarters, layer cakes or jelly rolls....


there is a quilt for every skill level. little bits quilting bee is filled with a captivating energy.  the quilts just scream to be made and treasured.  they look like so much fun to craft and sew and so easy to express your love and passion with every stitch.  bonus is all the designs are made with pre-cuts which are easy on the wallet and on the rotary cutter.  they each tell a little story in their design and that is one of the things i enjoy the most about kathreen's work.  it's like getting a sneak peek into her creative mind & process. 


would you like one of your own?



- one lucky winner will win their very own copy of "little bits quilting bee"!  yippee! i LOVE book giveaways!  this giveaway is open to US/Canadian residents only.

 
 
- simply leave me a comment below letting me know what your favorite kind of pre-cut is to use while quilting.



- all comments must include a valid email address or you will be disqualified.
- giveaway is open until november 16, 2011 at midnight pacific standard time.


i know what i'll be using the goodies i've got below in the next few months!

 
happy quilting everyone and good luck for the giveaway! big thanks to kathreen and to chronicle books for having me along on this tour!  you can find all things kathreen ricketson here:


and you can also follow the rest of the "little bits quilting bee" tour below where you can find a lot more quilty goodness and more giveaways!


Monday, November 7 – The Long Thread
Tuesday, November 8 – Craft Nectar & Comfort Stitching
Wednesday, November 9 – luvinthemommyhood & Elsie Marley
Thursday, November 10 – True Up
Friday, November 11 – House on Hill Road & CraftyPod

Monday, November 14 – Handmade by Alissa & Hello My Name Is Heather
Tuesday, November 15 – West Coast Crafty & Foxy Art Studio
Wednesday, November 16 – Patch Andi & The Last Piece
Thursday, November 17 – In Color Order & Duo Fiberworks

Monday, November 21 – Quilt Dad
Tuesday, November 22 – Pat Sloan & Pleasant Home

145 comments:

  1. An amazing fresh book! I love charm squares because there are so many quilts to choose from!

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  2. ooooohhhh.... this book looks delicious!!! thanks so much for the giveaway, shannon. i mostly use fat quarters because i use bigger shapes in my quilts and i like the flexibility they bring. you can reach me at rebekah.curioni(at)gmail.com

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  3. I would have to say layer cakes. I love, love jelly rolls but I haven't been able to make myself open them. They are too pretty!

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  4. What a cool book! I am brand new to quilting, but so far I like fat quarters - they are so versatile! Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book!

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  5. I've only used fat quarters, but would love a book filled with inspiration and point me in the right direction of jelly rolls, charm packs and more!

    allthingsfee@gmail.com

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  6. Hi Shannon, thanks for the great giveaway. The book looks amazing. I am new to quilting, but made my first quilt with a charm pack and was hooked. I have chocolate bar pack that I am trying to figure out what to do with, maybe this book could help.
    Thanks for all you do!
    barbemiller (at) yahoo (dot) ca

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  7. My favorite precut is the charm square. I must confess that it is the only precut I have used. Guess I'm going to have to branch out & try a jelly roll or another precut! This book looks fabulous. If I don't win it I'm going to put it on my Christmas wish list for sure. Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous prize.

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  8. What a gorgeous looking book! I have only just started to quilt and used a charm pack (specifically the City Weekend pack shown in the last picture), along with some yardage for the sashing. So, I'm liking the charm packs and precut squares right now.
    melissa5880(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. I am only a wanna-be quilter, but I have made a few throw blankets with fat quarters. This book looks very cool!
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  10. I have several layer cakes just waiting to be pieced into a pretty little quilt. They are my favorite to work with. The photos in the book look simply gorgeous! What a great opportunity! My address is ebinester(at) yahoo.com

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  11. Oh, I've wanted to try using a layer cake...haven't yet! I'm still trying to finish piecing my first jelly roll quilt. Hoping I get to win! :)

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  12. I've only used FQs, but I'd love some inspiration for jelly rolls and charm squares.

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  13. I've never used precuts for quilting (in my limited experience with it), so maybe this book would widen my horizons!

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  14. I love jelly rolls-they're so pretty all rolled up it's almost hard to unroll, but they're so useful for making quilts.

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  15. Looks like a gorgeous book! I love fat quarters. :-)

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  16. Charm squares all the way! Can't get enough of them. Ready to start sewing immediately after adding bits of embroidery and trim. That's why they're "charming"!

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  17. charm squares! Only I haven't made a quilt yet. I'm waiting for my children to grow up;-)

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  18. Beautiful book! And a new-to-me blog too, what a great day! Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway! tanisfiberarts @ gmail . com

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  19. What a beautiful book!! I have only ever used charm squares but would love to try other precuts too.

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  20. I usually only use fat quarters but I just made a jelly roll strip quilt this summer and it was fun! thanks for the review and giveaway.

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  21. I've only made 2 quilts totally beginner, beginner projects... at the time i didn't even know that i could get precut fabric and agonized over getting the fabric cut exact. I would love to make one for each of my kids either using charm packs or layer cakes. do precuts come in circles too?? cause i love that circle quilt!

    BTW - hope you're feeling better... :)

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  22. I have only used fat quarters in my very limited quilting experience. Thanks for showing us this great book.

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  23. oh my goodness! my best friend and quilter (pennypoppleton.com) uses precuts all the time, and tells me how great they are. i have only used fat quarters, but how i would love clear directions for other cuts!

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  24. I just finished my first quilt using a charm pack. Can't wait to get my hands on that book and get going on more!

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  25. Looks like a great book! I honestly don't know what my favourite precuts are because I've never used them. I'm hoping to try quilting in the New Year though and the book looks great!

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  26. What a great giveaway! I've used jelly rolls and charm packs...gotta love those pretty little precuts!

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  27. I am in the process of making a gigantic quilt with charm packs . . . should be so pretty.

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  28. I have never, ever used a precut! But I've only been quilting a year. Here's what I think -- it depends on what you're doing. I think I would probably pick up charm squares or layer cakes before jelly rolls, because I do love HSTs.

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  29. What a great book! Lovely photos.
    I'm sort of new to quilting, so I've been using a lot of fat quarters.
    Thanks for the chance to win the book.

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  30. What a beautiful book! I've only just started quilting and have only used fat quarters...so I guess they're my favourite for now. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. What a great looking book. Pictures are super as well! So far I've only used charm packs but I'm looking forward to making something with a jelly roll I recently bought. You know, when you buy fabric not knowing what you are going to make, you just have to have it?hehe. Maybe the book will have a pattern for me?

    Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. Super awesome looking book! Im new to quilting and excited to learn more! So far ive been using fat quarters..i love getting lots of big stacks of them! chelzyelzy (at) gmail (dot) com

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  33. the only precut I've used before is a jelly roll - but I have 5" charms waiting for me to sue that I'm excited for!
    thecraftingfiend@gmail.com

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  34. i love jelly rolls, i love finding books with great ideas on how to use them. and i also love you get every piece of the collection in one. thanks for the chance. pick me!

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  35. Great looking book! I love using layer cakes and charms.

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  36. I am new to the world of quilting, and love buying fabric, especially fat quarters and jelly rolls, even though I haven't actually started a quilt.... which is why I need to win this book! :)

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  37. looks like so much fun! I love fat quarters
    fauskekari(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  38. This book looks amazing!!! I love the colors, so fresh and modern. I love using fat quarters, but sometimes I go wild and get 1/2 yards!
    lissawhittle@att.net

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  39. Oh, I LOVE this book, and I could put it to good use for sure! I've got a beautiful fat quarter pack, fat eighth pack and some 5 inch charm packs that I've been searching for just the perfect project for!! Thanks for giving us a chance to win! :-)

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  40. I have never used precuts. But i totally want to!!!! I have made 2 quilts and have 2 more in the works. they are all the same pattern. i need to branch out!! i love that circle quilt!!! i must make it :)
    goorsky at g mail dot com

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  41. I've only bought one Jelly Roll (Sweetwater's Hometown) but I buy alot of charm packs, it's like candy--inexpensive and easy to grab to satisfy your fabric desire!!!

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  42. I like layer cakes, particularly for fun fabrics with great prints. The squares are big enough to highlight gorgeous fabrics! (emwestergaard at yahoo)

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  43. I like the Jelly Rolls. Super fun giveaway. Thanks
    moodykelly at gmail dot com

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  44. I'm a total newbie at quilting. i've only done 2 and working on my third(i-spy quilt) right now. i've never used precuts but i'm dying to try a jelly roll. but i'm such a newbie i'd be scared i'd mess them up! Thanks for the giveaway!!!
    Janell999@yahoo.com

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  45. That book seems amazing! I mainly use fat quarters. Maybe the book will treat me how to branch out ;-)

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  46. Layer cakes are my favorite, but I don't see them much in the quilt shops I frequent. Charm packs are cool too.

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  47. I'm still learning to quilt, but I love fat quarters for ALL the projects! I'm pretty addicted to them. At least they don't take too much space to store!

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  48. I'm a newbie and am working up the courage to start my first quilt! Amy @ gasudimack(at) sbcglobal(dot )net

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  49. Hmmm.... I have to admit I've never made a quilt - but I've wanted to. And I definitely ooh and ahh over all of the beautiful precut packs everywhere.

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  50. Tough choice between jelly rolls and charm packs, but I'm going to have to go with jelly rolls. Looks like a lot of great project ideas in the book.

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  51. I've used jelly rolls before and loved it!

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  52. The pictures in the book are absolutely beautiful and make me want to pull out my quilting supplies right away. Personally I love charm packs and jelly rolls. Although any precuts are fine by me. I've been known to sit and play with precuts for hours rearranging them exploring all different possibilities. The gifts that keep on giving.

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  53. That looks so pretty - I really like quilts but always struggle with them...I feel like they can be too frumpy or something. I love that this book seems so fresh and interesting.

    I think I like jelly rolls because they look awesome. :-P.

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  54. Thanks for the giveaway. The Garnet and Gold quilt is one that I would like to make for my sister as her college colors were garnet and gold. Fat quarters are my favorite pre-cuts though if win this book then can use the few jellies and charms that have gathered recently. It's about time to learn how to incorporate these into a quilt. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  55. Woa my gosh - i love it! I actually don't much use precuts, but this book could change that. yes it could.

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  56. To be honest, I've never used precuts... Oh yeah! I did! One time, to sew a bib for my beautiful little girl. But I've always thought that jelly rolls looked so fun! Always coordinated, ready to use. I think I might be a fan of them! And this book would give me some ideas on how to use them. ;)

    smilling_lemon (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  57. I love my fat quarters. Enough for a project and plenty of scraps left!
    Itsmelealee@gmail.com

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  58. I've never used precuts, but I think this book just might inspire me to try!

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  59. I love jelly rolls! It is hard for me to cut strips so straight and uniform, and it is fabulous to use the neutral rolls for sashing!

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  60. I love fat quarters because I get to use a little more freedom in design. grovecraft(at)gmail.com
    Holly

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  61. I love the five inch squares. they can be used so many ways. lindagerig@sbcglobal.net

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  62. I am addicted to quilts, I really need to branch out in my sewing abilities! My favorite cut by far is fat quarters, just because there are so many possibilities! Thanks for the giveaway!
    hpickett183 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  63. I love a good jelly roll! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  64. I've only ever used fat quarters, but a jelly roll looks fab and I'd love to try it!

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  65. I love fat quarters but definitely need help in the idea department for jelly rolls. What a great book!

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  66. The only pre-cut I have used are charms - this book would help me branch out :)

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  67. this book is just calling my name! i can't wait to get my hands on it:) i am a FQ girl but am really looking forward to learning how to utilize other cuts. what a lovely, bright book. SO CUTE!
    amy (dot) edwards (at) mac (dot) com

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  68. Personally my favorites are fat quarters if you want to call them a precut. But I know the advantages of jelly rolls, layer cakes and charm packs. Thanks for the chance and for hosting this giveaway. Jane

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  69. I almost always get Fat Quarters. Gives me pieces large enough for *gasp* other projects if I get the whim. lol

    I think Jelly Rolls would be fun but I've never bought any.

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  70. I've only used fat quarters, but I'd love some inspiration for and charm squares and jelly rolls! Evin5 at aol dot com

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  71. So far I've made two quilts two quilts using fat quarter bundles. I love that you get a piece of fabric from every pattern and colorway in the line!

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  72. I've mainly used fat quarters, but I made a quilt using a Kona charm pack for the Modern Quilt Guild's Kona challenge this summer and that was fun. I'd love to try a jelly roll!

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  73. Visually, this book is a stunner! I would love to add this one to my library. It's hard to choose among the precuts, but I'd have to pick charm squares. Although, the jelly rolls are a close second!

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  74. Great book!! As I'm working on my first quilt, I can't say I have a favorite precut. I'd love to try them out.

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  75. I love charm squares. They're easy to make into four-patches or into circles. And they're so dang pretty!

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  76. that looks like such a fun book!! I haven't actually quilted anything yet but am hoping to try it out soon--just need that push and inspiration to do so.... I enjoy using fat quarters--there's enough on there to make little projects other than quilts as well :) fenna_otten at yahoo dot ca

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  77. I think I like using jellyrolls the best because for me they are the biggest PITB to cut otherwise.

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  78. The only precuts I have really used are charms. I did sew with a jelly roll, but didn't use it the way I should have, so that doesn't count.

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  79. Actually, I have only made 1 quilt so far and I just used my fabric scraps. Whenever I go to the fabric store I always see those beautiful packs of little fabric bundles and I want to make something with them, but I just don't know where to start. This book would be a wonderful way to learn. Hope I win!
    kjdangol(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  80. I love layer cakes, mainly because they are big enough to showcase the print and they can be cut up into charms if needed! I will often buy a layer cake just to check out a fabric line...

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  81. I have only ever used fat quarters, but I think jelly rolls are beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  82. Charm packs are probably my favorite, but I haven't gotten past the collecting stage with pre-cuts. I can't really say why.

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  84. I'm new to quilting, so as of right now I like the charm squares the best! But I'd love to try a jelly roll... what a great quilting book! thanks for a chance to win! :)

    bcgeates(at)netbistro(dot)com

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  85. My big WIP is the solids charm pack challenge from our modern quilting guild {yes, I'm way behind on this!}. So I'll saw charms. But I also had fun working with jelly roll like strips {even if I did cut them into small squares ;)}

    megan.a.wenger@gmail.com

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  86. I haven't made too many quilts or had too much experience with precuts, but I've seen a lot of cool projects from jelly rolls lately!

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  87. I'd love to win this book! I'm new to quilting, but as of now... fat quarters. :) kyleandmary06@yahoo.com

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  88. I love the jellyrolls. This book looks like a lot of fun.

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  89. I actually love Jelly rolls the most, however I use charm squares much, much more! I have more recently started using Fat Quarters and Layer cakes, so perhaps I will start to prefer one of those in the future. It looks like a fun book, thank you for sharing about it!

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  90. I've never used pre-cuts or made a quilt! But this book makes me want to start. :) michelleerfurt(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  91. I'm a new quilter so I haven't used any pre-cuts, but I would love to learn how to strategically use them!

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  92. I love to work with charm packs! They make for a quick quilt/project with minimal cutting.

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  93. I'm still a beginner and really haven't used much of the precuts aside from the charm packs. I keep eyeing some of the layer cakes and jelly rolls and keep telling myself that I WILL start making some stuff with them. They're just so pretty and I love that the colors all already go so well together. I'd love some ideas.

    Michelle
    patches77@cfl.rr.com

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  94. I have only ever used layer cakes and would love to expand my horizons.

    Angela
    angela@pedigo-usa.com

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  95. Jelly rolls are so much fun! But, I love all the options, really.

    Danyel
    gagyrl706(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  96. I really want this book! If I don't win one, I will ask for one for Christmas! Mostly, I have fat quarters right now but jelly rolls have long held a fascination!

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  97. I just finished my first two baby quilts and didn't even think to use fat quarters/jelly rolls, etc! I follow Whip Up too and love her posts!

    lindsaybong at gmail dot com

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  98. I haven't quilted, so once I try I'll have to get back to you on my fave!

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  99. I love fat quarters, and I love the look of this book, thanks for the chance to win it!

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  100. I have not used a lot of precuts before. I have a few in my stash just waiting for the right project. THis book looks like it might fit the bill with lots of ideas. Thanks. farmsteadfelt@gmail.com

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  101. My favorite precuts are layer cakes, but the more affordable charm packs are great too. Mixed w/solids or on their own you can make a lot of smaller projects. They are great for paper piecing too. larmenti@bellsouth.net

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  102. The photos in this book make me think I need to have it! Jellyrolls are my hands down favorite precut.

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  103. Tricky to decide but i think it would have to be fat quarters! Thanks for this book hope i win! emma.dann@hotmail.co.uk

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  104. Thanks so much for the giveaway, what a great book! I love jelly rolls, so much easier than cutting it all up yourself. Great blog - I found my way here via the blog tour for this book & have just subscribed :)

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  105. I have never used a pre-cut before. Up to this point, I have been using proportions and good wishes that the things that I see on my computer screen will be the right size when I sew them together. I'm still quite the newbie.

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  106. I love using jelly rolls and charm squares. The precuts make quilting easier, but it's still nice to make a quilt "from scratch" too. This book looks fantastic!

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  107. I have never quilted using pre-cut fabric, what a novel idea! I would love to give it a try!

    Alissa

    alissaschade@hotmail.com

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  108. i'm new to quilting, so i have yet to discover my favorite pre-cut. i have, oddly, been building a hoard of charm packs. still unused and waiting to be made into something!

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  109. I have a layer cake and a jelly roll (matching fabric) that I bought a few years back to make my first quilt. This book might be the kick in the butt to actually start it. Thanks. (ebbTraven@yahoo.com)

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  110. Hi, I have only worked with fat quarters so far, but would love to try out charm packs -- lots of color options and less cutting!
    Thanks for the chance to win this book.
    Anika (crunchysoulster@gmail.com)

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  111. I love the little charm packs to make quilts. So little and lovely. Thanks for a chance to win.
    bimbi9 at verizon dot net

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  112. i'm a charm pack girl! love this book. thanks for the give away!

    tracij323{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  113. Charm packs! They're so cute and little!

    courtney dot goodey at gmail dot com.

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  114. I like working with jelly rolls, they can do so much. thanks.

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  115. I've never used the precuts before, but I'd love to give them a try. Jellyrolls are particularly intriguing!

    winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  116. I have never sewed a quilt yet, but hope to in the future. I have basic sewing skills and a new sewing machine after using a basic one that broke, for years.
    This book looks beautiful.

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  117. I like fat quarters. They're so fun to mix and match.
    knittoday@hotmail.com

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  118. rbjaneite (miriam.marshall@gmail.com)November 14, 2011 at 1:50 AM

    I'm making a jelly-roll quilt at the moment, and it's been great fun. I think I'd like to use a layer cake for my next project, and this book looks like it would have some amazing inspiration!

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  119. The quilting bee was an extremely popular social event in the midnineteenth century.

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  120. I usually buy fat quarters because everything else in pre-cuts intimidates me. (I realize that sounds crazy!) This book is just what I need. Make awesome quilts with pre cuts?! Yes please!

    margie

    margiedicroce(at)rogers(dot)com

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  121. I've only ever used charm packs, but I loved the simplicity of it! Thank you! Hobart.the.owl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  122. Such a beautiful book! I like to use fat quarters best because I have more options for cutting shapes/sizes. Thanks for the chance to win!
    infojules(at)gmail(dot)com

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  123. Hello! Never have really used any pre-cuts (starting quilting as a nose-in-the-air BFA student may have something to do with that!), but now that hte munchkin makes making harder, any short-cut sounds good! penelope(dot)pepita(at)gmail(dot)com

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  124. I love me some jelly rolls! Both in sewing and eating :)

    michelle(dot)abraham(at)gmail(dot)com

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  125. So nice! This would be such a great gift for my Aunt!

    Terri (at) Foggitt (dot) org

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  126. I just started my first quilting class ever. I am working on my first ever quilt - a mystery quilt too! So much fun. If a jelly roll counts as a pre cut, I love those! I also like fat quarters. I'd love to win this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  127. This book looks so fun! I have only done fat quarters, but want to try something new! Thank so much for the chance to win!

    jessnjam7@aol.com

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  128. I'm a quilter, and this looks like a fun book to add to my collection!

    ddmccool [at} sbcglobal [dot] net

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  129. I love charm packs right now. I am making my second quilt (just a wall hanging this time) with a charm pack of Hometown.

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  130. I've been loving jelly rolls recently. This looks like such a fun book!

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  131. So far I've only used fat quarters - but I'm intrigued by jelly rolls! sydney.cole at gmail

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  132. My gracious; what a fantastic book! I like to quilt with layer cakes... a great size to make something JUST RIGHT! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  133. Love charm squares. What a beautiful book!
    artisanstyle at gmail dot com

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  134. I'm a novice quilter and beautiful creations like the ones in this book are inspiring! I've only used fat quarters, but I'm eager to learn more. Thanks!

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  135. I'm new to quilting and have only used fat quarters but this book looks awesome!

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  136. I don't know that I have a preference but I have several different charm packs so the book would be put to good use.

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  137. I would love to be included in this giveaway! My favorite precut is a jelly roll!

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  138. My favorite precut just now is a layer cake. You can cut larger pieces if you want, or make 5-inch squares or 2-1/2 inch strips!

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  139. I think my favorite precut is the jelly roll just because it's so versatile and there are so many patterns available to use.

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