Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Let's Twist!

Pin It Anyone who stops by my blog knows that I love, love batiks and I couldn't wait to take part in this blog hop! Thanks so much Mary for being the greatest cheerleader and Madame Samm - thanks for another great blog hop!

I wanted to make something I would enjoy using so I made a couple table runners and a table topper in different batiks.
I had a couple charm packs of Moda Kapalua batiks that I used for some fun and bright projects.
Adding some fun applique gives a different look to each quilted project.
Here is a little closeup of the quilting.
This isn't as bright but the colors of Sunrise Sunset by Holly Taylor for Moda would have been perfect with our faded jeans and crocheted purses!
I think this runner looks perfect on the table and take a look at those pillows......they remind me of flower power in the 60's!!
This is me as a senior in 1969......in 2013 I'm a different type of senior! I missed Woodstock and wasn't a hippie although I loved my big bell bottoms with bright patches all over them.
My pattern includes 4 different full sized appliques and shows 3 different ways to applique. You can find it at here.

And now how about a giveaway!
I have a extra charm pack of these beautiful Kapalua Batiks to giveaway.
  • Leave a comment telling me what you would make with it.
  • For a second chance - follow me on Craftsy and leave a comment saying so.
The giveaway will end October 4th at midnight CST.

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220 comments:

  1. Those tablerunners are fantastic! You always do great work! :)

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  2. Very pretty! The quilts and the yearbook picture. I am slowly working on a batik nine patch scrap quilt, so were I lucky enough to win the colorful charm pack, it would be a nice addition to my QIP. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win ... :) Pat

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  3. Hey Connie! Love your yearbook picture! And your batik projects! Nice giveaway. Hope I win : )

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  4. Now you had a very nice senior photo (I had two black eyes for that photo day). You make the prettiest batik projects. I must admit I haven't used batiks, but I love your little runners and that would be a great start.

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  5. My sister just bought a new house and would love new table runners for a housewarming gift. Those batik charms would work great! I love the runners you made. I might try something similar.

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  6. I wish my senior picture was as nice as yours. Your batik table runners and topper are beautiful. I haven't made anything with batiks yet and I think this charm pack would make a wonderful bag. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. I need some new pillow shams to brighten up my bedroom. I'd use the charms to make HSTs with. That little bit of applique sure spruces up a simple 9-patch.

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  8. Beautiful table toppers! Batiks have taken over my stash, love how they look. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. Ha Ha, great photos of you, thanks for showing them. Projects are great too. Love the give away, not sure what I would make, but hope I win.

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  10. You did quite a job, so many different things, very nice! Thanks for sharing

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  11. Wow, three projects for the price of one! I love the patterns you have appliquéd on to the runners, and the bright and muted options. Lovely. There are always lots of ideas here at Freemotion by the River, but these runners are very near the top of the list!

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  12. Beautiful projects, great colors! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Wow those are pretty! I'd use those fabrics to make some mug rugs for the baristas at my favorite coffee shop. :)

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  14. Your table toppers are very nice, and btw, you haven't changed a bit !

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  15. They are great, Connie!! I think I would make a fun table runner as well.. Definitely something I would use :)

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  16. Love your table toppers......anything with batiks I am just nuts about :)

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  17. I follow you on Craftsy and actually just purchased your Modern 9 patch pattern.....love it :)

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  18. I don't know what I would make. If I get lucky I'm sure they will inspire me. I love your runners and your quilting is fabulous.

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  19. So very pretty Connie. I love them!

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  20. HI, Connie, Very pretty photo, I always say I love how you can quilt and the toppers look lovely. I have done your tutorials before and I would make a Table Topper .I have some Bali Pops batik strips on my table waiting for a quilt to appear. . I love Batiks.

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  21. I follow your blog and on Craftsy too. I would love to follow you on a boat ride down the river but I would probably lose you when I stop to do a little fishing.

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  22. Love your batik projects. The darker more subdued one is lovely but I love the bright colour hits in the others. Your senior photo is very pretty, shame it wasn't one showing you wearing your bell bottoms.

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  23. Of course I'm following you on craftsy, I love your patterns.

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  24. Beautiful bright colors - they probably would be put to use in a batik scrap quilt - I know all mixed up in a mini Dresden plate quilt. Right now I have about 15 batik plates assembled as a leader/ender project - just need that many more to make a large sized quilt. Take care and have a good fall. From northern Iowa . . . .

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  25. Beautiful bright colors - they probably would be put to use in a batik scrap quilt - I know all mixed up in a mini Dresden plate quilt. Right now I have about 15 batik plates assembled as a leader/ender project - just need that many more to make a large sized quilt. Take care and have a good fall. From northern Iowa . . . .

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  26. Your projects are so lovely. My favorites are those in bright colors. I think I will make a table runner with Dresden plates with the charm pack if I am the lucky winner. Thanks for sharing your creativity and being part of this blog hop

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  27. I am now a follower of you in Craftsy. And a follower of you since a time ago of your blog

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  28. I'd love to make a tote bag with the charms. Thanks.

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  29. Following you on Craftsy. Thanks again.

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  30. These are all so beautiful! I just love batik fabrics and the great shading they offer. Love the school picture, Connie...very cute!

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  31. I have no idea what I would use the charms for, Connie. But they are pretty!

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  32. Following you on Craftsy... and shared your pattern on my facebook page at http://facebook.com/sewfreshquilts. Thanks for sharing the pic of you in you days as a senior! That was awesome. Love your thoughts on seniorism. That was cute!

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  33. I love batiks, too. They are so bright and colorful. Your table runners are very pretty.

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  34. Lovely table runners. The applique in the center is stunning. Those batik charms are perfect for making a Mondo bag. I have made 3 already, but I need to make one more for another special someone.

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  35. Nooo doubt about it...you are the batiks mistress, your quilts are stunning NEAT full of PEACE in our hearts and groovy, you bet

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  36. Connie, your table toppers and table runner are beautiful!
    You were just as cute as a high school senior as you are now!

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  37. These are great. I love your idea of table toppers. Thank you so much for being part of this hop.

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  38. Love the table toppers Connie -- and congrats on your Craftsy Pattern!! Woohoo ! I would make a springtime table runner with that lovely pack of batiks. Very Pretty. Hugs, Karen

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  39. I so love your work. If I was lucky enough to win it would be a table runner. I love making them and this would be a beautiful addition. Thanks so much.

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  40. Love your table runners. I would make myself a new purse with this charm pack. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  41. Love your projects! That charm pack would definitely be used for something for me, just not sure yet as to what.

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  42. I would make a tablerunner for my DIL. They both use runners so they get them from me. It is time for a new one. Your patterns are great.

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  43. Love your runners. The different applique choices really makes them stand apart. I would probably cut them up and use them is a throw.

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  44. Connie, your table runners are absolutely gorgeous! I can't decide which one I really like the most. The applique is beautiful and they each look so different with it added. Thank you for sharing. If I were lucky enough to win the batiks, I would like to make a table runner, too. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  45. Connie, I love seeing all your batik projects. I love batiks also. I think I would make a falling charms quilt. I saw the pattern on YouTube. It is from Missouri Star Quilt Company.

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  46. I am a new follower... and I love batiks also.. If I won though I would add this to the batiks I have been collecting to give to my mom who love love loves batiks I am planning to give these to her at Christmas

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  47. Your table runner looks like a good thing to make. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  48. I would make a table runner for our living room table.

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  49. I follow you on Craftsy. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  50. That is beautiful! I was not flower child either. Although my mom would tease me that I looked like a "Hippie" when I word my bell bottoms. Mini skirts...not in .y house.

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  51. I absolutely love your table runners! I'd definitely would have to make place mats using this pattern! It would be so perfect for the Thanksgiving holidays!

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  52. Love your work! I would make a table runner for my friend to remind her of home. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  53. Thank you for sharing your projects with us. I love the applique on them. The darker one seems very 'fall-ish' to me. I might make a few fall items, with the darker colors from the charm pack.

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  54. These are just gorgeous...you are amazing! I love all the details, colors, and design. Thanks for sharing!

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  55. Gorgeous colours. I love your blog and your comments of your life on the river. Thanks so much for sharing

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  56. I love your runners. The contrast between the white and color is spectacular.
    tvbart@charter.net

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  57. Connie, you always make the most darling things!!! And so original :*) I love your runners - the applique sections make them stand out and sparkle. Congrats on the new pattern!!!

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  58. I didn't even know you could follow people on Craftsy LOL!!! But I am following you now - of course!!!

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  59. Oh wow, such pretties! I would love to make one of those table toppers.

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  60. Beautiful runners, what do you use for a batting?? Love the charm pack of beautiful Kapalua Batiks. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  61. Ohhhh they are beautiful. I love the quilting. Great Senior photo! You haven't changed at all! I'm so jealous! ;-)

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  62. I just love your batiks and your use of them! What a fun pattern.

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  63. Those are all beautiful! I would make a table top quilt or a wall hanging, of course there are so many options, those are the first two that pop into my mind.

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  64. I followed you on Crafty! How exciting to have your own pattern for sale! Thanks again.

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  65. Your table runners are lovely. I would love to make a table runner for our kitchen. Perfect colors. I too love batiks. Thanks for a chance.

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  66. How cool I didn't know we could follow someone on Craftsy. I am now a follower.

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  67. I'm working on a quilt right now that these would work into beautifully. I love your table runners, I can't pick a favorite!

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  68. You did a great job as usual. You are so talented! If you ever have any ufos or quilt tops you want to part with, just send them to me and i will finish them and donate them. I would make a charity quilt, it would brighten the recipients day!! I am on disability and receive less than four hundred dollars monthky. So buying fabric is not an option. babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

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  69. Wow, I really like the starburst table runner! If I had this charm pack, I would make a driving blanket for my sister-in-law. The colors suit her personality, she's a bit of a hippie (and 21 years old) :)
    ~Brandy

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  70. I'm a follower on Craftsy !! Yippee !!

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  71. Your table runners are gorgeous! Should I be lucky enough to win I would also use the charms for a table runner.

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  72. I would either make a bag or a table runner. Beautiful table runners! I love batiks. I am right with you in the senior division. My daughter should have been a hippie living in the 60's......she loves all the stuff from that era. She loves batiks also. Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabric.

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  73. I am wanting to make a mini quilt for my sewing room wall :) it is decorated in peace signs and owls so batiks would fit right in ;)
    xoxo melzie4boyz@aol.com

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  74. Connie I am now following you on crafty. Thanks for the extra chance to win those gorgeous batiks...color color everywhere. Oh how I love it. I too missed my era. Definitely a hippie chick soul in this body .

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  75. Love your table runners, very lovely. What a beautiful senior photo.

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  76. I'm not sure exactly w hat I would make with the charms but I do know I love those bright colors would have to make something to showcase the charms with addition of probably only white fabric added. So the charm batics would just pop off the background .

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  77. I have been collecting batiks to make an all batik quilt. Those charms would be a great addition.
    Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  78. Beautiful, beautiful Connie. Your senior pic is great. I wasn't a senior until '73, so I was just a kid in the '60's.

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  79. I would make a table runner with these beautiful batiks. Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway.

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  80. Your table toppers are great. I would probably opt for making some pillows as I really need some. Love your H.S. picture - makes me wonder whatever became of mine. :)

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  81. That is flower power for sure! Your table runners look adorable! Amazing work. They clearly show you are young at heart still! I loved reading your post. Thank you.

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  82. Oh my gosh! Those are beautiful! I want them! I would love to make something like this but I think I would make it as a mine quilt and hang it on the wall!

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  83. I love love love batiks!! I would make half square triangles. I am making quilts from half square triangles.
    Thank you. Love your blog.

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  84. Some would work themselves into the jewel box quilt I am working on, and some others would work their way into a quilt I am getting ready to begin called Smoke and Mirrors. A girl can never have enough batiks!

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  85. I think I would make a baby quilt. I love those colors!

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  87. What pretty tabletoppers. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  88. Connie-Your batik projects are cool, awesome and groovy! I grew up in SF during the infamous 60's but went to college out of town to get away from the distraction. But I did drive a VW Beatle and of course wore the clothes and enjoyed the music. My daughter presently lives in the "Haight" but that's because she works at nearby UCSF.
    Batiks are one of my favorite fabrics. I just completed the Craftsy 2012 BOM quilt using batiks with black and sashed in gray. I added a few extra blocks to make it bigger as it's a gift for a art teacher friend in hopes of getting him motivated to learn to sew! He loves batiks also and teaches the technique to his high school classes. If I won one the giveaway I would like to make one of your patterns. I didn't think of using white with the batiks, so I'd like to try it. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  89. I love your table runner. I would make that if I won the giveaway. Thanks.

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  90. I have a simple block pattern - set on point -- that I know would POP with the charm pack.... Have a great day... your work is inspiring!

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  91. I would make a table runner for the dresser in my spare room.

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  92. I would love to make a table runner similar to yours for my sister. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  93. I love your runners - I'd like to make one too!

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  94. I love your runners and if I won, I would make some tablerunners with mine as well.

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  95. Very cute Connie - love the high school picture. :) blessings, marlene

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  96. Groovy table runners! Very nice quilting. :)
    I would use the charm pack for a batik flower appliqé quilt.

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  97. aww Connie what a cute picture! I think you're the same age as my mom... she's 1950.

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  98. If I won I would use it as part of a wall hanging. I love batiks and tie dye fabrics, graduated in 1969 too and was a hippie. I don't do table runners but yours would make groovy wall hangings.
    thelady at hotmail.com

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  99. Thanks for the giveaway,I would love to make a table runner like yours

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  100. thank you for the giveaway....I would probably make a table runner or placemats....love your senior year picture.....

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  101. Very pretty work...love your highschool pic!

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  102. Oh, Connie, they are wonderful! You have such an imagination! I am collecting batiks and haven't decided just what I'll make yet. Iwas handling and admiring them just this morning!

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  103. I would love to try piecing something with a stained glass look with the batiks.

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  104. I'm following you on Craftsy. What a fun site that has become!

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  105. Hello,I'd make a Mini Table Topper for a Christmas gift!
    Thank You for sharing!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  106. I too love batiks! I would definitely make a table runner - love yours!

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  107. I too love batiks! I would definitely make a table runner - love yours!

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  108. wow !! all three look great and what a difference the alternate blocks make.
    institchesandseams@hotmail.ca
    in stitches
    Annette

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  109. I really like the 2nd runner with the flower appliques - and I have always adored your applique "edge stitch."

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  110. I signed up to follow you on Craftsy!

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  111. Beautiful fabrics for a tablerunner or two! I love working with batiks, also. A lovely job for this hop!

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  112. I would add them to my stash of batiks. I have a pattern called "Mountain Retreat" by Glad Creations that I want to start soon.

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  113. I would make table runners also. It's always nice to have a fresh splash of color in the kitchen. Yours came out beautifully.

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  114. I would probably make table runners or Missouri Quilt Company has a nice pattern for a purse that I have been waiting to make. I graduated in 1964 and remember crocheting a purse out of rug yarn. Oh, the memories....Thank you for sharing.

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  115. I would probably make table runners or Missouri Quilt Company has a nice pattern for a purse that I have been waiting to make. I graduated in 1964 and remember crocheting a purse out of rug yarn. Oh, the memories....Thank you for sharing.

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  116. Connie. Those are so beautiful! I can't believe you made several quilts. But they sure are so lovely and I enjoyed seeing them in "real" settings! Thanks for showing your work - I'm inspired!

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  117. Lovely table toppers Connie , love the fabrics and the cushions do remind of me of the 60's when I also was a senior in high school . If I were lucky enough to win I think I would make a bag , thanks for the chance .

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  118. I love batiks! I'd like to do a table runner.

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  119. Probably a table runner.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  120. I follow you on craftsy, thanks.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  121. Beautiful runners! I'd love to make a runner like yours, lovely applique as well.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and the chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  122. Weren't you the high school cutie! Your table toppers are stunning! Love them all!

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  123. I now follow you in Craftsy.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  124. senior in high school or a senior citizen...we are still fun. thanks for the give away. I think i would make a baby quilt or throw pillows.

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  125. I love your batiks in that quilt. It is gorgeous. I would love to make it. Thanks for asking

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  126. I am following you on Craftsy. I love Craftsy

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  127. Oh I just love your table toppers - the applique really brightens them up.
    Thank you for sharing.
    xo jan

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  128. Wow, love your projects. They are very beautiful. I would make a tote bag from the charm pack.

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  129. Groovy. Your lovely quilts remind me of tie-dye of the 60's and flower power. Surprising anyone survived the 60's...me included. Thank you for hopping. I have been wanting some charms to make a tote bag with. These are beautiful. Creative Stitching Bliss...

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  130. And now I am following you on Craftsy which I have recently found and love. Joyful Creating...

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  131. The table runners are beautiful. I always enjoy seeing your creations.

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  132. Your projects are so bright and pretty. I would make a table topper too. I love bright colors in the kitchen.

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  133. I was a senior in 1973-still love those bright Colorado too. Probably would make a wallhanging. Lois

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  134. Your table topper and runners are beautiful ... such bright happy colors! I would make either pillows or a table runner or both. ; )

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  135. Love your projects...the batiks are beautiful. I still have yet to try my lil twister. I think if I won I would use them in a lil twister project. Love the colors!

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  136. beautiful projects , I think I would make a table topper like yours. Love the colors. Thanks.

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  137. love the applique on your toppers! would make a few runners similar to these should I win this gorgeous pack.

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  138. I have lots of batik charms! I'd add these to the stash and ;make a scrap batik quilt.

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  139. I love those bright colours!! And the appliqué designs are pretty awesome too. Thanks for sharing!

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  140. I'm following you now on Craftsy too! :-) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  141. 60's with a bit of a modern flare. Looks really cool, Connie! Crocheted purses? yeah did a few of those myself and I prefer to knit, LOL. Let's see what would I do with a batik charm pack if I were lucky to win your giveaway? Well I have the leftovers of a kit that one of my quilt group made in batiks so I would probably combine it with that to make a donation quit. Maybe using the Mary's Triangle block since I have never done a whole quilt with that technique.

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  142. Congrats on being a Craftsy designer! I'm following you there now.

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  143. These are great designs! You know I'd love the batiks and the drawing is on my birthday too!

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  144. I would love to sew with these batiks!! I would make your table runner, of course!! Thanksfor a chance to win.

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  145. I would love to sew with these batiks!! I would make your table runner, of course!! Thanksfor a chance to win.

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  146. I would have to make something far out and reminiscent of the the Peace Era...like a dancing hippy

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  147. WOW! Connie, what gorgeous creations you make with batiks. I would make a table runner for my daughter who loves batiks. thanks for a chance

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  148. I am now a follower of your craftsy.

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  149. A table topper for sure... I just love making them! Thanks so much and yours are gorgeous.

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  150. I use Batiks all the time for art quilts, so I would probably use it for that. Love your table runners especially the purple one. Thanks

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  151. I'd use them for one of those beautiful table runners! Love the star one especially. Thanks for the chance Connie.

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  152. Your table runner with the 10 pointed stars caught my eye, maybe I would make one like it.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  153. Beautiful tablerunner, lovely pattern and the charm pack ist perfect for it.
    Thanks for sharing and the chance to win!
    Bente

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  154. Connie ~ I wondered when you'd finally get a Craftsy shop open. Congrats!
    I love your runner pattern and all the different versions of applique on the different runners. Very nice. I think if I won I'm going to need to buy the pattern and make one of those possibly. Of course, then I'll need to decide which applique.

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  155. I'm now following you on Craftsy also.

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  156. Your table toppers are beautiful. I would copy you and make a table topper. Thanks.

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  157. I would definitely have to try your pattern!

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  158. I would make some zippered pouches!
    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  159. I would make some mug warmers and some pillows.

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  160. You comment about bell bottoms brought back memories! Thanks for the giveaway and for your always inspiring blog. I'm planning on making a laptop tote, and it would be so bright and lovely with these fabrics.

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  161. Love your modern nine patch. They are all so beautiful! ;)

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  162. Your quilts are beautiful. I love the applique with the nine patch. Each is very different with the choice of batiks and applique. I certainly can relate to the SENIOR. I, too, was a senior in 1969. It's fun to see some of the old things resurfacing along with a modern twist on them. Thanks for participating and the wonderful inspiration.

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  163. Your table runners are beautiful. I would use the batiks to make a table runner and some mug rugs.

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  164. I am now following you on Craftsy.

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  165. Your runners are really wonderful, Connie. I think the charms would also make a great tote.

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  166. Those table runners are beautiful. I would love to make some leaf appliques with the charm pack to go on a quilt I am planning.

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  167. I'd make a table runner. Yours are beautiful!

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  168. I would use them to make a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  169. I am in the process of cutting Tumblers, all in asst'd Batik colors...this will be super to add to my collection!! Yay! Thank you!! :)

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  170. I also follow you on Craftsy! Thanks again 4 second chance to win! :)

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  171. I LOVE table runners and those beautiful batiks would make a beautiful one. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your give-away!

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  172. I would add them to my small stash of batiks...collecting them for a church banner and these would be a lovely addition!

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  173. Hi, Connie. I just clicked over so I'm following you on Craftsy. I didn't remember that 'following' was an option at Craftsy but when I checked my account I discovered I was following 2 others. That was a surprise; I wonder how that happened? BTW, I love Craftsy and am addicted to their classes. So far, every class has been great!

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  174. Loved seeing your h.s. picture. Crazy how the long straight hair is back in style. Your runners are lovely - I could not decide if I liked one color set any better than the other. Both of them are yummy. I went to CA in the late 60s and wanted to visit Haight-Asbury in San Fran but was told by my friends that it wasn't a safe place to go. So...my flower power inner self had to just check it out on TV!!! lol

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