Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Giveaway Day 2015

Thank you for joining me for Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day.
I'm offering an incredible prize package including Clover's Trace 'n Quilt Dresden Plate & Fan and Lone Star Templates by Nancy Zieman, three embroidery patterns by Sarah Jane, and five fat quarters from Alex Andersons's Flutter collection for RJR Fabrics. This prize package has a retail value of over $70! Enter below using the Rafflecopter widget.
Giveaway Day 2015 @ Quilting Mod


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216 comments:

  1. i come back because of an appealing appearance of the blog and the quilts. and i like tutorials and giveaways. and linkpartys... i really like quilt blogs!

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  2. Quilts and projects with lots of color and great design.

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  3. I come back to blogs that have great quilts with lots of fun colors and unique designs.

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  4. It's colour that draws me in especially certain themes like Navy/coral grey/red.. I'm just automatically drawn to them

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  5. I noticed that rainbow colours are a huge thing at the moment...oh and there's a new trend going on with succulents and cactus patterns, not just on fabric, but also in embroidery and paper-pieced patterns :)

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  6. I love seeing new and differnt on blogs. I think being innovative and cutting edge is inspiring!

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  7. I like seeing new designs and good tutorials-something to get me inspired!

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  8. Thank you so much for your giveaway. I am drawn to blogs with lots of pictures of the projects in progress.I love quilts with lots of color and pretty designs.Scrappy quilts are my favorite so I keep a close eye on blogs that feature these.

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  9. I come back for tutorials or ideals that are in the blogs.

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  10. I come back to see what others are sewing and for the tutorials....

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  11. I love blogs that aren't too wordy, but get right to the point with photos and info..like yours!

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  12. Trend - Making a traditional block gigantic. Visit site for QAL, tutorials, quilt shows. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  13. Trend of bright and bold designs.

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  14. I love seeing tutorials and beautiful inspiration

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  15. Tutorials keep me coming back to a blog.

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  16. I am seeing lots of the 1 hour baskets. I might have to jump on the wagon and make a few myself. Thanks!

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  17. Tutorials & finished items keep me coming back. I love seeing other people's creativity at work! Thanks for the chance to win! mto2golsen (at) gmail (dot) com

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  18. I keep coming back to blogs for many different reasons. If the blogger is honest about their process, that keeps me more interested. I keep going back to blogs that have great inspiration or quilts that are different than my "normal" work; it is nice to see variety! I like tips and tutorials, too, but mostly I love to follow someone who I form connections with. If they take the time to write back (I can understand not writing back on giveaway posts!) and engage with me as a person, I'll be hooked.

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  19. I am seeing a trend of more solids and less prints. I also feel that a lot of modern quilting is headed toward "quilting quilts to death" using multiple quilting designs instead of just one overall. I love both trends and am often finding inspiration from IG and blogs like yours. I love bloggers that have their own sense of style and put out things they love. Keeps me coming back for more inspiration and awe.

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  20. I just love reading quilt blogs for imspiration

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  21. I've noticed that a modern trend is actually to incorporate vintage into a new quilt. I am loving all of these new quilts that use vintage bed sheets mixed with new styles. They turn out so beautiful.

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  22. I like quilting blogs that offer tutorials, inspiration, and tips.

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  23. I have to like the blogger's writing style in order to keep coming back. Bad spelling, misuse of commas, and bad grammar will really keep me away from a blog.

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  24. I love seeing other people's finished work - I'll come back again and again for beautiful pictures. :)

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  25. I keep returning to Blogs for step by step tutorials on projects or items I've never attempted before. The Karma is felt and I'm inspired to truck on and try it again, each time improving from the last. A seam ripper really is a friend:)
    Bloggers are so willing to share, and they truly care about your successes. BTW Afton I absolutely love your quilt in April Rhodes "Wanderer" fabric collection and Maureen Cracknell's "Wild and Free".
    bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  26. I like seeing what other people are making.

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  27. I am drawn to beautiful creations using colours and prints of fabrics that inspires me to want to make something similar!! You should see my Pinterest boards.

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  28. I like to see tutorials and photos

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  29. I tend to return to blogs that have tutorials either on specific projects or on general basics (binding, choosing cloth, etc.). Love your blog!

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  30. I've only just started sewing again after a long hiatus. So at the moment quilting blogs are all about inspiration and getting the confidence to start my very first quilt.

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  31. Lots of bright colors and tutorials draw me to a blog!

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  32. I come back for great ideas, a peek into someone else's life, and tips for quilting which I very much need.

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  33. I'm bad at noticing trends... I'll stick with a blog if I like the style of projects the blogger works on. :)

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  34. I like seeing pictures of finishes and works in progress. I've unfollowed a few blogs lately because the only ever seem to show new fabric they've bought and never anything they make with it.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  35. I come back to inspiration from all the bloggers. I love it when there is a tutorial or quilt along. I love bom and love to watch when a video shows free motion quilting.

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  36. I love reading interesting posts and turtorials! I like the new trend of solids!

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  37. I come back to a blog for inspiring design, new (to me anyways) tips and tricks, and just to see what others are up to

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  38. If I like the shapes of the quilts I will end up back on the page several times

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  39. I look for inspiring quilts, tutorials, and/or free patterns. And interesting writing!

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  40. I really like blogs and bloggers that are down to earth and throw a little of their self in there. I can google quilt tutorials all day, but I like to feel like I know that person and am interested in what's goin on with them.

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  41. I come back for the beautiful photos and helpful sewing/quilting tips.

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  42. Thanks for a chance to win

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  43. I like blogs with unique and modern quilts. I also like hearing the stories behind quilts, their design and the quilters who make them.

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  44. A current trend I've noticed is Succulents! Love that line and love the plants.

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  45. I come back because I love looking at photos.

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  46. I have noticed that sew many quilts have white fabric in them. I try to shy away from white because I am scared that it won't stay white after lots of washing. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  47. Number of post! I prefer to follow blogs that post regularly.

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  48. what keeps me coming back is modern twists to traditional quilts and photos
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  49. I love to see what others have made but I always look for tutorials since I am new to quilting

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  50. I've noticed a lean towards low volume recently.

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  51. I come back for friendliness and honesty.

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  52. I see lots of fabric with words and lots of very close quilting. I am in awe of the complex quilts being made by young quilters. I recently made the arrow flight quilt when you blogged on Fort Worth Fabrics. It was a nice size and challenged me to use stash that is sitting there. Thank you.

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  53. I'm following through Bloglovin.

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  54. Great designs keep me coming back.

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  55. I've noticed that a lot of modern quilts have a solid colour background and only a small amount of pieced blocks.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  56. I love tutorials and seeing different color combos and ideas. Giveaways and looks at new fabrics are fun too.

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  57. I like to see lots of photos of projects and a variety of projects apart from quilts, such as bags. Thanks for a great giveaway. x

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  58. I keep coming back for the tutorials and the fresh looks.

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  59. I come back for work processes, tutorials and just new quiltideas.

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  60. I like to read blogs, so I tend to come back to sites full of stories, especially if they are funny, too :)

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  61. It's obvious but, a LOT of matchstick quilting

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  62. Rainbow colours seem to be a big trend - which is fine by me becasue I love them! Also paper piecing seems to be getting much more popular. Thanks for the fantastic giveaway x

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  63. Fun clear colors. Love the free feeling the quilts have. Very vibrant .
    Thanks for chance to win.

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  64. Come back because love your fabric combo, projects and tutorials.

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  65. I come back to blogs that give me inspiration whether it is an interesting quilt design or fun color choices for patterns. Love your blog by the way.

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  66. Improv seems to be the trend. Love your blog don't change a thing! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  67. I follow most blogs for quilt inspiration. I like to see what other people are creating to get idea for my own quilts. I tend to make my own patterns because I will get inspiration from several different blog creations.

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  68. I like blogs that are have relatively short posts (word wise). I love seeing all the wonderfully inspiring things that my fellow quilters make and lots of saturated color has been know to draw me back now and again. ;) Thanks for the chance to win! I like your star wall-hanging, it's very colorful.

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  69. Thank you for the giveaway! Lovely tools and beautiful fabric!!

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  70. I enjoy visiting blogs that show a variety of unique projects and include tutorials. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :) cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  71. I come back to blogs for inspiration, new ideas, projects, & tutorials. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  72. Trends in modern quilting: GREY. :) Also rainbow, and geometric shapes, and solids. sarah@forrussia.org

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  73. I come back to blogs when they offer tutorials or QAL. they are very fun! thanks for the chance!!

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  74. Heavily quilted quilts - using swirls and cross hatch and filled-in designs was the trend I noticed at QuiltCon.

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  75. Tutorials keep me coming back

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  76. I like blogs that include the process not just the finished product--I like hearing about the creation of everyone's beautiful things, not just seeing what they've made.

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  77. I've noticed a lot of matchstick type of quilting.
    What keeps me coming back to a blog are good TUTORIALS, demonstrations of techniques or projects and an occasional giveaway prize (that doesn't require jumping through hoops and disclosing all my friends and family contacts - 99% of whom have NO interest in quilting or fabrics!).

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  78. I love tutorials, many times they teach me new techiques. I also love seeing new quilts and reading how they came about.

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  79. I follow you on Bloglovin.

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  80. I follow you on Bloglovin.

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  81. I love tutorials, many times they teach me new techiques. I also love seeing new quilts and reading how they came about.

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  82. I love tutorials and photos of projects.

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  83. I've noticed a ton of medallion quilts lately

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  84. The trends I have been noticing are heavy quilting, improvisational piecing, hexagons, and lots of triangles. The blogs I enjoy the most talk about their process of designing and creating, develop original work, and make dynamic fabric choices. I also really like an occasional post that is a more word-y discussion type of topic (how to price a hand crafted item, what is involved in your creative process, finding inspiration, what are your pet peeves, etc.)

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  85. current trend I'm noticing and participating in is curved quilt piecing.

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  86. Hi Afton! I see a lot of EPP and FPP around. What keeps me coming back to blogs is if I see things that is my style and what I am drawn to. Great giveaway!

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  87. I love to look at all of the designs and colors on a quilt.
    storybookfelts at gmail dot com

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  88. I see English Paper Piecing everywhere. I love blogs that feature their own quilts. I tend to avoid ones that are general sewing since I really don't have a desire to make clothes.

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  89. I like tutorials and lots of photos!

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  90. Tutorials are always useful, particularly when they are technique tutorials rather than for some specific block/quilt.

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  91. I love following blogs for photos of quilts, whether in progress or finished. It is great when tips are posted, and give aways are always awesome, but I really just love getting new ideas and seeing what beautiful things others are creating.

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  92. I go back to blogs that keep me thinking, that share what was going on in the mind of the maker while creating the quilt or whatever, that are conversational, show good pictures (but not 27 views of the same quilt block). I'm not fond of most tutorials -- my abilities are beyond most of them. A'm also not fond of posts every single day, showing the 11th block of a 42 block quilt after having seen the first 10 in previous posts. I like to see the person behind the blog come through, to get to know the blogger as a friend.

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  93. I follow you on Facebook.

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  94. Wow - amazing stuff that you do! Can't wait to take some serious time to peruse your blog - thanks for sharing.

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  95. I love seeing what people can create with fabric - that keeps me coming back for more. It's fascinating to see someone's take on the fabric and how they use it.

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  96. Fabric giveaways!

    Deborah
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  97. your quilts are gorgeous. hmmmm well the blogs that I continue to follow are bright and colorful, easy on the eyes, lots of tutorials on "how-to", simple blogs as far as navigation and of course tutorials
    quilting lady 2 at Comcast dot net

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  98. I love seeing great images of beautiful quilts, read tips and of course giveaways are always fun!

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  99. There is a lot of negative space in Modern quilts. Which is awesome for us longarmers:)

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  100. I love being inspired.

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  101. I love tutorials, and lovely pictures of fabric and quilts. :)

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  102. All the pretty pictures.

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  103. I follow blogs that are organized, have posts every few days, have new ideas, patterns, colors...

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  104. I have noticed that "quilts" don't look like quilts. THey look like modern art. To say its a "quilt" has gotten to seem to mean it is old and ratty and worn out. But these days, from what I see....its almost a shame to use them as they are so beautiful and decorative! Kind of a shame to hide it under the bedspread! And what brings me around is just blogging my own creations and then surfing blogs about others creations. I get ideas of what's out there but also tons of inspiration!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com
    www.fabricandmemories.blogspot.com

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  105. Tutorials and lovely pictures.

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  106. I tend to keep coming back for designs that inspire me, non-traditional patterns (or unusual takes on traditional patterns), and any help with techniques (from beginner to advanced) since I'm still learning a lot of things!

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  107. I like blogs with good quilting content, pics, and explainations of technique or tutorials.

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  108. I like Blogs that are not too wordy and I like to view the photos of the beautiful quilts.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  109. I follow you on Bloglovin.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  110. I like to read tutorials and tips and tricks. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  111. I am following through feedly.

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  112. Low volume is huge. A few years ago I had never even heard that term.

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  113. I keep coming back to blogs that have fun projects...tutorials, pictures & making me feel like I just visited with a gooood friend.

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  114. I come back to blogs for a variety of reasons. Mostly to look and drool over quilts but also tutorials and process posts. I am especially intrigued by FMQ these days and reading about the process. The good, the bad and the ugly.

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  115. Finished items, tips, reviews of books/tools/patterns, how-tos, and more. I tend to get very bored when blogs show post after post of fabric photos without posting any actual content - no words, thoughts, not even WIPs - just fabric stash photos.

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  116. I think one of the things that people are doing is using old or traditional quilt blocks but in contemporary fabrics. Calling it modern or modern traditional. It is also fun to see all the different medallion quilts people are making now.

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  117. I think frequency of posts really helps keep readers coming back to blogs. If someone only posts every 6 months, I'm going to lose interest. Thanks for the chance to win! jgemeroy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. I always look for new tutorials in blogs :) Thanks so much for this great giveaway!

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  119. I love quilting blogs that post a lot of quilt photos.

    sewsimplelife AT gmail.com

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  120. I like a blog with lots of photos and tutorials.

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  121. I keep coming back to blogs with good tutorials - and I especially love quilt alongs!

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  122. I have just started my first quilt with solids so at the moment I am seeing solids everywhere I look. Also Hexagons and bold geometric patterns.

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  123. I have noticed that there seems to be a lot of Southwest Desert motifs cropping up in patterns and fabric designs. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  124. I love how pretty those designs are!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  125. I am a follower because of the wonderful projects, clear pictures and love your sense of color woman! All great IMHO, Just sayin.

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  126. I really appreciate tips and tutorials on the blogs I follow! Thanks for the chance!

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  127. modernizing traditional blocks.

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  128. I'll come back to a quilting blog if there's new things weekly, easy patterns/tutorials, and beautiful bright things.

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  129. Quilting blogs with beautiful photos are what make me keep coming back!

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  130. I love seeing quilt artists use old techniques and patterns in new ways.

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  131. I like some smaller projects that I can use with my stash.

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  132. I've just become a follower via bloglovin.

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  133. I'm seeing a lot of La Passacaglia (sp). Very intricate!
    distantsub at gmail dot com

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  134. following with bloglovin!
    distantsub at gmail dot com

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  135. I tend to follow blogs that have great pictures, and tips because I love seeing what other do and I am always willing to learn

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  136. I like blogs that have a lot of content. Daily posts and loads of pictures. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  137. Maybe I'm just now noticing it, but low volume quilting seems to be very trendy.

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  138. I love seeing all the beautiful photos of projects people have made :)

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  139. Fussy-cut/kaleidoscope EPP seems to be very popular at the moment. I'm hoping to jump in soon :)

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  140. Interesting content and photos are what usually draw me into a blog. What keeps me is the online rapport that I develop with that person which is why I think comments are so important.

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  141. I really love bright pictures! ( I'm like a child!)

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  142. I love quality pictures and detailed instructions in tutorials.
    Thanks for a chance to win!
    julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. I love tips and tutorials! Giveaways are a bonus :)

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  144. I come to blogs for inspiration! I love lots of colors and unusual patterns!

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  145. Tutorials with good illustrations (pictures) are what keep me coming back to a quilting blog.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  146. I follow through email at kdavis1@centurytel.net
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  147. Great photos of quilts and works in progress, and tutorials. Thanks!

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  148. Pretty pictures of stuff people made – and stories that give a little insight to the person.

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  149. I've noticed and enjoyed the many quilts with some unexpected design element or surprise in them.
    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  150. I LOVE pictures...they are what keep me coming back over and over. They provide tons of inspiration, even if it is just seeing a shade of fabric I have never considered using.

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  151. tutorials for easier projects

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  152. Thanks for the giveaway. I like to see fresh new fabrics, rather than traditional calico or floral.

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  153. AnonymousMay 08, 2015

    Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize! What is modern - lots of bright colors/solids.

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  154. AnonymousMay 08, 2015

    Excellent tutorials keep me coming back to my favorite blogs!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  155. I keep coming back to blogs that have great photos and personal stories. The stories makes you feel like friends.

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  156. A trend I've noticed in modern quilting is less emphasis on negative space and more elements of color. As for what keeps me coming back to some blogs, I like watching the journey of prolific quilters - people who post a lot because they are always trying something new. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize! A lone star is on my bucket list. And thanks for sharing your gorgeous creations!

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  157. I like to see exciting colors and designs! jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  158. AnonymousMay 08, 2015

    I like colors and quilting works on modern quilting. Beautiful color combinations attract me.

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  159. I follow blogs that offer lots of quilting advice and that have good tutorials.
    sgmcgregor@rogers.com

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  160. I like blogs with lots of photos and detailed tutorials.

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  161. I am seeing more curved pieces in quilting lately and I find it inspiring. I am anxious to try it!

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  162. Seeing finished projects keeps me coming back to blogs.

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  163. I like pretty pictures

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  164. The reason I like quilting blogs, is seeing pictures of quilts. :D diningblue@gmail.com

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  165. Project that pique my interest and great photography.

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  166. Color and lots of negative space is what I tend to see. Tutorials and lots of pictures keep me coming back.

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  167. I come back for frequent posts, photos of projects in progress and finished and tutorials.

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  168. I love modern colorful quilts, that's what keeps me coming to quilting blogs :) Thanks!

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  169. I think I come back when I find the colorway choices and overall quilt designs the blogger makes line up with what I like. I also enjoy other types of sewing so I certainly follow blogs for different reasons depending on the primary topic. I generally like lots of pictures, tutorials are great as well as tips and suggestions for everything from where to buy fabric and supplies to how best to use a particular accessory, like a ruler or interfacing, etc. coudre at dmdrafting dot com

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  170. Trend in modern quilting that I've noticed is soo soo sew sew much quilting in the negative space. In blogs I like interesting content, particularly related to sewing and good tutorials.

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  171. I think great giveaways keeps me coming back... I don't keep up with what is new, so when I enter the giveaways it is my way of finding out what is new out there. I still don't have a "cutter" I just use scissors! rjgosnell at gmail dot com

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  172. I come back to blogs that help me learn new techniques.

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  173. I like blogs where the author has a real authentic voice. I love looking at pretty pictures but if I feel like I get to know the author too that is a big bonus.

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  174. I come back to a blog that shows me fresh ideas and great tutorials. I like in progress info.

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  175. I like blogs that keep showing different quilt things - like tutorials, reviews, finished objects, links to interesting other quilt things.

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  176. I like blogs that educate on quilts

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  177. great giveaways do tend to keep me coming back!

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  178. I come back to blogs for inspiration for my sewing and for my design projects. New techniques are my favorite.

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  179. I've seen a lot of modern quilts with "neutrals" other than grey or white.

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  180. I've noticed grey seems to be the new neutral. I love it, too. Thank you, Peggy (pegandky@gmail.com)

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  181. Gray is big paired with the bright contemporary color blocks
    Ohioholman@aol.com

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  182. I like tutorials as I'm a newbie, and lots of colourful inspiration too.

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  183. I love the colors and the tutorials because I am just learning to quilt.
    Nancy
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  184. Your quilts are so vibrate and a work of art. Thanks for the give away.

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  185. I had to join your blog as I am excited to try your tutorials.

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  186. I like to follow blogs that have tutorials so I can learn something new.

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  187. Lots of pictures and tutorials.

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  188. Tutorials for me. I like to see the step by step help that a blogger gives. Books can be a little hard to follow. powersjlc (at) gmail (dot) com . Thanks for the chance.

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  189. I am new to the world of quilting and have a lot to learn.
    Thaks for the prize.
    merryorganic@gmail dot com

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  190. I have seen a lot of batiks in quilts recently.
    Thanks for your lovely prize.

    larslaura27@gmail dot com

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  191. I find that the blogs I most visit are those that share projects that are inspiring, yet achievable.

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  192. I like tutorials & a personal connection to the blogger.

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  193. Pretty photos keep me coming back to a blog :-) Thanks for a great giveaway

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  194. I come back for great tutorials.

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  195. I enjoy blogs with lots of photographs of their work, tutorials, and not too much text.
    Thanks for a fantastic giveaway.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  196. I come back to blogs because of fresh interpretations of quilts and tutorials on techniques or free patterns.

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  197. I'm newer to quilting, so I love a good, precise tutorial. And I find a bright colorful place seems to draw me in more.
    You have a lovely blog. Thanks!

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  198. I come back for tips and tutorials, bright pictures for inspiration and to learn about new things. Your blog is awesome!
    ramona_murray(at)comcast(dot)net

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