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The give away this week is my Trilliums pattern along with a fat quarter yard of fabric.
I will announce the winner on Monday.
A few trillium are blooming in my woods. The pattern would be a wonderful thing along with your beautiful hand dyed fabric.
Love the greens of your quilt. Trilliums are such an elusive flower here in Indiana
Love the delicacy of the trilliums in this wallhanging - would love the pattern and fabric.
It's gorgeous and I love your color combos!
Lovely pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.
I love the colours in this. Congratulations on your award at Paducah, well deserved.
The Trilliums are blooming here. Almost done. I'd love to win (well, who wouldn't?)!
No trilliums here, unless I win the pattern and fq! Would a saguaro or palo verde in bloom be close? lol
Your dinner sounds fabulous. Nothing better than old friends! The trillium pattern is lovely. The trillium in our yard is right outside the bathroom window, so I get to look at it while brushing my teeth. Small pleasures.
Thanks for sharing. The quilt is just lovely!
I remember trilliums when I lived in Washington state. They grew wild on our property. So pretty.
What a delightful pattern! I admire your fabric choices, too. Thank you for the chance to win.
Beautiful pattern and lovely fabric!
The trilliums are non existent in Nevada...looks like I may have to change that with a wall quilt of trilliums!
I need to win something bright!
Wow! This is the first time in months that I was able to get past those blasted words and post a comment!
Thank you for the chance to win. Love this pattern and your color combinations! I'm so delighted that your other trillium quilt won an award -- it's BEAUTIFUL!!!
The pattern is lovely. Trilliums are rare in our area of Florida. We have a type of wild violets that bloom in the cool early spring that are similar in shape. Please enter me into your sweet drawing.
What an opportunity! I should love to win!
Always fun to take a peek on your page and have a look at your talents. LOVE your hand-dyed fabrics!!
I just love your sense of color and style. Sure would love to win.
I just discovered Laura from her Quilt Show episode last week and upon finding her blog - led to you! What fun you two must have and are having while in Paducah. I love both of your fun art quilt styles and am just now trying to break out of the traditional quilt path I've been on for 20 yrs (all good!) and journey into this new world of art quilting- you are truly inspiring!
Thanks everyone I will post the winner on Monday. watch for next weeks give away!
I love trilliums and they were so early this year. Congrats on your award. candy
Triliums are a protected wild flower in Michigan. I particularly like the mixing of oak leaves (I live on Oak Street!) Which provide a great canopy and the shade that these flowers require. The mixture of colors and the asymmetrical center green background give the entire quilt an organic flair. I love this quilt!
this is such a cute piece. Thanks for offering it.
What an honor it would be to receive your pattern and a fat quarter. LOVE your work... oh so inspiring! Thanks for the chance to win!
I love your quilts. Thanks for offering your giveaway.
I have a few white trilliums in my backyard. What a wonderful sign of spring! With the pattern, I could have spring all year round! Thanks!
Oh, please add me to the list of fans who would love to win some of your fabric, Frieda -- thanks for the opportunity.And congratulations on your Paducah win -- well-deserved!Diane
How very pretty! So good to meet you in Paducah!
Love Trillium - esp the ones in my yard and would love to win the pattern........Linda from Lansing
I love trillium plants and your quilt of them. They are vanishing around here and I do my best to keep them growing in my yard. Thanks for the opportunity
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