Friday, August 2, 2013

HO HO HO HOP & SANTA GIVEAWAY

This contest is now closed.
Giveaway winner has been notified.
Thanks to all who left me comments!


It's been sweltering HOT  in Ohio
 but I've spotted a WONKY Santa 
up on the roof top with his reindeer and redbirds.

I called the North Poll to get some fun fabrics...
Andover sent Marisa and Creative Thursday to my rescue!

 
Mrs Claus liked my WONKY idea to make 
SANTA the  "center" of attention!  He loves an audience
when not delivering presents!


Some snowmen, trees and crowns gathered
around Santa to provide more Holiday cheer!


And then some solids for a place to rest your eyes. 



These were my first wonky log cabin blocks
and I hope Santa will put me on the "good girl" list.


I had a few extra wonky blocks...
and they became part of the kwilt back
giving way to a modern feel.


I custom kwilted this one on my Bernina,
using some meandering between blocks
and straight lines to outline the block pieces.



And here it is.....just waiting on a delivery to
some lucky little boy or girl!



One more surprise
The sunshine gives a little different color tone
but can you believe the fabric and flowers
were made for each other!



HO-HO-HOPE you have enjoyed my
Santa Claus is "Wonking" To Town Kwilt!
It is for sale in my Etsy shop.


But before you catch Santa's Sleigh to the other rooftops...
I heard he is checking his list to see
if you want to win a "giveaway"
This one is a fabric panel called
OVER THE EDGE
(you can actually color with crayons if you like)


and some fun edgy, colorful fabrics to create borders.


Please leave me a comment and tell me 
what kwilting item you hope Santa will bring you!

Giveaway is open to all!!
A random drawing will be held at the end of the hop!

August 2
Kwilty Pleasures (that's me and the Fat Man)




168 comments:

  1. Very cute! I love the little Santas! I'd love a new rotary cutter and some uninterupted sewing time for Christmas this year ;)

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  2. Dear old Wonky Santa is very happy! He looks really cool. such beautiful colours. I would love a new long ruler as I have snapped one in two recently!

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  3. Love your Wonky Santa quilt! Dear Santa, I am in need of someone to clean my sewing room, I have been good!

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  4. Ooo love it! I'd LOVE a new sewing machine or a gift card to buy some fabric!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  5. Thank you for this opportunity Kathy. I am hoping that I will receive extra rotary blades and a gift card to our local quilt shop, since I never know what I need until I get there!
    ~Brandy
    brandizzle7133 at yahoo dot com

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  6. WOnderfully fun fabrics to play with your wonky Santa - oh, love the color and texture. Ah, Santa could bring me a long arm to help speed up finishing that 'pile'!

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  7. I just love wonky log cabin blocks. Very cute quilt. I would love to have a new cutting mat and some rulers.

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  8. I just love, love, love your wonky Santa log cabins! I hope Santa brings me lots of fabric, lol.

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  9. Oh that is a beautiful kwilty! I love the wonky pattern. You did well. If Santa has any sense, he will put you on the very nice list!

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  10. I love your quilt. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Yipii. you made may day, you know what? I bought the same FQ-Bundle this January when it was on sale, and now I know exactly what I will do with it! Crazy logs, the fabrics fits perfect for that purpose! Thanks a lot for the pics and the lovely project!!!
    Cheers
    Judy

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  12. I hope I am on Santa's list, and that he brings me "over the edge". He could also bring me a Gammil! :)

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  13. Santa knows I want a new quilting table for Christmas but would settle for a bundle of shot cottons in every color!

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  14. LOVE your wonky blocks. Your quilt is great. I am hoping for a new ironing board this year. Funny what we hope for sometimes isn't it?

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  15. Your wonky log cabin is awesome! and your meandering is spot on! I cannot do that well at all!

    If I could have one wish for Christmas this year, it would be for someone to drive up in our driveway and say they want to buy our house. Then we could move closer back to my children and grandchildren.

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  16. Love your quilt...what do I want for Christmas...to be surrounded by family...oh ok and some more fabric would be nice.

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  17. I love your Wonky Santa...so cute...and I would love to get "time" for Christmas...time to use all of this fabric I own...I work full time so sewing time is a premium. Doesn't keep me from buying more fabric though! Thank you for sharing with us and being so generous.

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  19. I love your wonky santa quilt. Thanks for sharing your creativity and a great give away.

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  20. I hope Santa will bring me some quilting books -- I have a long wish list!

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  21. Nice work :) Thank you for sharing :) Hugs from Poland :D

    About giveway - I hope he will bring me some fabrics hihi I'll sew sometching my own ;)

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  22. OHHh my Kathy..you certainly do have me on edge...lol love your wonky santas...perfection they are...
    What I would love is that edgy piece lol I swear I could make it look fabulous lol

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  23. Oh how very nice!! Just love it...and would love to win that gift of yours...thank you. I hope Santa brings that to me now....lol

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  24. Your Wonky Santa quilt is gorgeous! I'd like a new hardwood floor in my family room...but I doubt I'll get that!

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  25. Your wonky Santa quilt is adorable! It will make someone very happy ! I'm hoping Santa brings me more blades for my rotary cutter! I keep running over pins, and that quickly dulls a blade! Thanks for the chance!

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  26. Your wonky Santa's just make me smile. Gosh, as to what I'd like Santa to bring its just too hard to name one but a gift card to the quilt shop would probably be acceptable (grin)

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  27. The wonky Santas are great! Hope Santa brings me fabric...

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  28. A happy quilt that will make a child very happy!

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  29. Adorable quilt! Someone must have used my sewing room as a model for the giveaway fabric. Thanks for a chance to win! PS Miller's in Charm now has OSU fabric...did you see it in their newsletter? Thought you might be interested!

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  30. Your wonky Santa quilt is just gorgeous.I need some blue fabrics for my dear jane blocs and of course a new machine would be welcome.Thanks!!

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  31. I know Santa will say you are a VERY good girl for featuring him So well with your wonky Log Cabin. I always hope Santa will bring me more fabric. I never seem to have enough even though all my cabinets are bulging. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  32. gosh, I don't think that far yet... can't think of anything right now, I'm very Blessed with my quilting area.... of course I won't say no to more fabric and threads

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  33. I love your quilt, Wonky is my style, and the fabric is so sweet too! Did someone use my sewing table as the model for this panel??!! For Christmas I would love to find some fabric under the tree!!

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  34. Hello Kathy,

    Just love your wonky quilt. Great use of the fabrics. Santa could bring me a quilty fairy to tidy up the sewing room.

    Thanks for being part of the blog hop.

    Happy days.
    Bev.

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  35. I would love to get a few "stash" packs. I am a fairly new quilter so I do not have much now.

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  36. Love your wonky quilt! The fabric is so cute! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the wonderful giveaway! I'd love a 16" squaring ruler.

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  37. Super cute! Wow, I'm fairly new to this so I need EVERYTHING! I've already destroyed my mat and rotary cutter, so Santa would get a big kiss if he brings me new ones, lol. :)

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  38. Beautiful!!! I love the colors you used. The Santa in the center is perfect for the wonky blocks, too!
    I would love for Santa to bring me a longarm, but I would have to have a new quilting space to fit it in!

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  39. Really cute panel. I would love an Acuquilt Go someday but not really expecting it for Christmas. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  40. Love your wonky santas, beautiful! I am hoping Santa will bring me a bit of organization this year...I have a bit of clutterr in the sewing room :)

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  41. Love your wonky blocks. Perfect for Christmas
    tvbart@charter.net

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  42. I love your wonky Santa quilt. most creative.

    and thanks for the giveaway looks like a fun project in store for the winner ---hopefully me. ;P


    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  43. Your wonky Santas are stupendous! I love the colors. I like the idea of a fussy cut center for wonky blocks. thanks for the inspiration!!

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  44. Oh, I really love that quilt! Those fabric look beautiful as wonky blocks! I am so jealous, how are you going to part with it?!!! This year I think I will request an online shopping spree! I did this for my birthday and had hours and hours of fun searching for the best bargains!!!

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  45. Love the wonky cabin blocks. Very modern look there.

    THX for the giveaway opportunity. What would I like for Christmas? A serger actually and I might combine my birthday and Christmas money to get it! (My husband and I do the spend down deal and then we both are happy with my choices.)

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  46. Love your Christmas quilt - thanks for sharing. I'm hoping we start the renovations on our house soon, so I'll have a sewing room by Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  47. I really need a new cutting mat! And oh, I LOVE this quilt!!!!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

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  48. I really need a new cutting mat! And oh, I LOVE this quilt!!!!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

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  49. What fun wonky Santas. I love to make wonky quilts.

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  50. I hope Santa will bring me fabric, lots of fabric :-)

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  51. What a fun Christmas quilt Kathy! Santa is so cute in the middle of the blocks :*) Some child is going to be so delighted with it!!! And that's a seriously cute giveaway you're offering too.... count me in!!!

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  52. Wonky Santa is adorable. I need fabric for Christmas. I am running low.

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  53. Kathy, I love your style, your fabrics and your quilting....kudos my dear ! I'm in good shape since I just got a new sewing machine, The only thing I've been wanting but I'll put back before I go check out (every time) (silly huh) when I'm in the store is some Ginger embroider scissors, for snipping threads close.

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  54. Great work :D thanks for sharing!

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  55. Your Santa kwilt is adorable. If Santa brings me something, I hope it is a bundle of colorful batik fat quarters.

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  56. I love your wonky log cabins!
    I'm hoping Santa will bring me a dresden ruler!!

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  57. What a cute quilt and love the wonky Santas!! Fabric, fabric, fabric is all I want from Santa......well a long-arm would be great but....I don't think I've been good enough for that :)

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  58. Love your wonkey santa project. Very whimsical and fun. I want santa to bring me some notions. A new seam ripper, some frixion pens, some blue wash away markers. And some Aurifil thread for embroidery and a new embroidery hoop... I also want peace and joy for the entire world. Have a great day Kathy...

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  59. The wonky santas are lovely! I'm hoping for a hexagon ruler in my stocking!

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  60. You definitely are on the "Good Girl" list for this quilt...love it! The fabrics are just wonderful and so are your blocks. So cute!

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  62. I love your Santa's! I'm hoping that Santa will bring me a bookshelf to organize my fabric on. We'll see.

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  63. Looks great. Love the pic with the planter. You definitely have an eye for color and a way with words.

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  64. The kwilty item I wish for from Santa is any fat quarter bundles.

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  65. I'm hoping Santa will help me find a table for my "tiny spare room turned sewing room". Right now I am cutting and sewing on my kitchen table.

    I love these wonky Santa blocks. Might have to make a few myself!!

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  66. I would love to make my sewing room bigger....I'm sharing with my laundry room which is big for a laundry room.....I've made it work, but a smidge bigger would be nice....great giveaway.....thanks...

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  67. I would love to make my sewing room bigger....I'm sharing with my laundry room which is big for a laundry room.....I've made it work, but a smidge bigger would be nice....great giveaway.....thanks...

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  68. Cute! I hope santa brings me a fancy camera bag for my new DSLR camera

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  69. I love the wonky blocks!! That is so cute.

    I'd love to have Santa bring a lightbox.

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  70. Cute Cute Kwilt !!! I love Wonky! lol
    I really would like a nice camera - It is hard to take good quilt photos with a point and shoot. What? A good camera is very necessary for sewing! Quilt Photoshoots are my favorite thing to do besides buying fabric and sewing! lol..
    xo jan

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  71. OMG is that the cutest wonky I have ever seen. Those fabrics are just fabulous and what a great quiltie they made! LOVE IT!! Fun give a way too!

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  72. Awww, is all I can say about your quilt...such eye candy on this blog hop. And love that giveaway...it's too cute!

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  73. What a beautiful quilt! That fabric is perfect for that pattern. I hope to get lots of gift cards to my favorite quilt shops for Christmas this year.

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  74. I love the fabric you used and the wonky quilt, that is so fun. I would love a long arm, but since that won't happen, maybe a small quilting frame for hand quilting, would be nice.

    Debbie

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  75. I'm really hoping to get a new sewing table for Christmas. A girl has to have big dreams.

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  76. i hope santa brings me some fabric to make some charity quilts. and a sewing machine would be nice so i could make more charity quilts faster than hand piecing and hand quilting. im not picky and neither are the charities i donate to. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  77. I've never made the wonky block but you've inspired me...this is adorable! Quilts items...a new pair of scissors are on my list. :). Blessings, Marlene

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  78. I love your fabric choices, so adorable! I would like yards of white fabric for Christmas. I always run out when I most need it!!

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  79. What cute little Santas! I would love to get a new sewing machine.
    campbellamyd at gmail dot com

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  80. Great blocks and such fun fabrics. They worked up to a wonderful quilt. I want Santa to give me a gift card to my favorite quilt store.

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  81. i would love some new books and accesories for my sewing machine. your santas are adorable.

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  82. I would like the EQ7 software. barring that, a gift cert for my fav. quilt shoppe. Thanks so much for sharing

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  83. What a cute quilt! Love it. I am hoping for some new dies for my cutter from Santa. fingers crossed.

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  84. I would love it if Santa left me a HQ Sweet Sixteen but if he can't afford that I would like a gift certificate to my favorite fabric shop to add to my stash for a girl never has enough Stash ( even when I have more than I will use in two lifetimes LOL) I also would like to have a go cutter- it would be a useful tool for making speciality shapes.
    Regards from Alberta,
    Anna

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  85. Love your wonky Santa. I know it's a stretch, but I would like an embroidery machine from Santa. I already have a mechanical work horse and a lightweight computerized generic model, but I long for the one to do some fancy up-to date embellishments that would really add pizzazz to my projects. Thanks for sharing.

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  86. I would love santa to bring me a new iron. Ours works, but has issues.

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  87. i would love to have a longarm quilting machine but he would have to bring it because i can't afford it

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  88. What a lovely project and if you can't be wonky at Christmas in August (?) when can you be wonky! Thanks for sharing. As for my wish list for Santa....I wish he would bring me a bernina!

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  89. Your quilt is so gorgeous even if it is a little wonky. LOL I really like it. You did a great job making it. I would like for Santa to bring me a long arm quilting machine. But, of course, if he did that he would have to bring me a new room to put it in. So I guess I would be very happy if he brought me lots of fabric. And a Go cutter. And maybe some new rulers. And I definitely need a new iron because mine doesn't work half the time. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  90. Love those wonky block!!!! I want Santa to bring me fabric...I always love getting more for my stash!!!!

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  91. Love the crazy fabrics and it looks like somebodies quilt room exploded or they were just searching for something.

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  92. Can Santa bring me more time, if I could have a couple of extra hours in every day that would be great. If he can't then I'll settle for a long arm quilter. :) Thanks for the chance.

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  93. Pretty cute Santa's quilt! Fabrics, books, anythings quilty goes :-) Thx.

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  94. Love your quilt and your sense of humor. I love to see wonky blocks. I have tried it yet but really want to. Thanks for sharing and a chance to win more fabric - now who in the world does NOT NEED more fabric? Can't think of a soul.

    bevwalks at aol dot com

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  95. Sweet project!
    I am hoping for more fabric or gift cards to buy some and a Barn Quilt made out of metal:)

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  96. That fabric is just perfectly used in your wonky blocks! I would love Santa to bring me an Accuquilt cutter and lots of templates. ;-)

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  97. Haven't we all been good this year! If Santa could bring me more quilting time- that would be great!, otherwise fabric would be a great alternative.

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  98. Lovely quilt, and perfect choice of fabrics!

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  99. Lovely project1 I always want new books for Christmas (related to textiles / stitching).

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  100. Very beautiful piece. I love the colours. I am hopeing for a cutting board that spins. Does that make sence. My friend has one and it works so nice. Love the give away.

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  101. Very beautiful piece. I love the colours. I am hopeing for a cutting board that spins. Does that make sence. My friend has one and it works so nice. Love the give away.

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  102. Your quilt turned out so cute! It was amazing how the sunlight changed the colors!
    I am hoping to get a set of water color pencils to do some fun drawing/painting on fabric this year.

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  103. Love your wonky Santa. I'm hoping that Santa brings me some extra time to sew the projects that I have !

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  104. Dear Santa - I really, really, really need a new cutting mat. If you don't send it my way, please send me a coupon so I can buy one.

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  105. What an adorable Wonky Santa. I love them. I love the fabric!!

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  106. I love that wonkiness! Your stitching really sets off the blocks! I would love a big box of assorted thread colors so I might add it to Santa's Nice List! Thanks for sharing!
    forgetmenotstitches dot blogspot dot com

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  107. Love the Wonkie Santa quilt, very cute.

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  108. I just love your project and that fabric with the Santa is really great. I'd love a gift card for my favorite online fabric shop for Christmas .
    You did a great job with the wonky quilt.
    Thanks for sharing.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  109. Very cute and good job on the wonky Santa's. I would love to have any sort of quilting machine. Maybe the Sweet Sixteen? I don't like quilting on my sewing machine. Sounds kind of selfish but... Thank you for sharing.

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  110. Cute kwilt Kathy. I always like what you create.

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  111. Great project. I always hope dear santa brings fabric.

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  112. I hope Santa brings me a set of the Dresden rulers - all of them in every size

    dbelliott @outlook. com

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  113. It's a long shot, but I would like a new sewing machine, thanks for the giveaway.

    (smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

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  114. This is so adorable! I just wish Santa would bring me gift cards so I can buy fabric! :)

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  115. I'd like to get rotary cutters for Christmas! Thanks so much for sharing a giveaway on the blog hop.

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  116. I wish Santa would bring his elves to help me organize my sewing room. I hear they are efficient and well organized.

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  117. Your log cabin blocks turned out just awesome. I love them all.

    What I would love to have Santa bring me is a new chair for my sewing/computer/tv room. A nice sewing cabinet to match would be very nice as well. Hey! We can put anything on our lists, right? LOL

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  118. Love the Santas, so darn cute. I would love a new long ruler or a gift certificate to a fabric store.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. Dear Wonky Santa,
    I'd like one of those spinning cutting mats this year.
    Love, Barb

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  120. This is a really cute quilt!
    I'd love to get a Solids subscription to have Christmas every month when the fabric bundles arrive.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  121. Santa can bring me anything he wants for my quilting; I'd love a sewing machine with all the bells and whistles or a whole studio:) But even a new seam ripper would be nice. You must love your wonky Santa quilt - it's the best.

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  122. I love your Wonky Santas and I absolutely love that Over the Edge panel. What fun is that?? Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  123. I forgot to ask Santa for a long arm sewing machine!! I've been such a good girl this year!

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  124. Kathy. Looks like you had so much fun making those wonky santas! Your quilt is awesome and I know will make some child squeal in excitement. Thanks for sharing all your pics so we could see everything up close!

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  125. Oh, my, your Santa quilt is SO lovely. It looks perfect outside in the summer with your plants! New fabric and new rulers would top my wish list! Thanks for sharing.

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  126. Love your wonky santa block!

    I would love it if Santa could just send a couple of his elves to help me reorganize my sewing room after I get my holiday sewing done!

    Thank you for sharing, happy quilting!

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  127. I am loving your wonky santa quilt. I do so want to make one now. Thanks so much for sharing

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  128. I really love your wonky Santa quilt but I would love Santa to bring me that fabric you can colour in with crayons cause I'm just a big kid.

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  129. Your quilt is adorable. I have not tried wonky blocks but will have to soon. I would love to have a swivel chair to help when switching from sewing to pressing.

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  130. Hiya Kathy!!! What a wonderful quilt. I've never been a fan of 'wonkies', but this might just switch my mind. That Over the Edge panel is great, I just got some fabric markers, and would love to try them out lol. I'd like for Santa to bring me fabric, any fabric, and lots of it lol. Thanks for sharing and for having the giveaway. Merry Christmas, blessed be, hugs!!! Pam

    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  131. Ohhh. I love your santa quilt! Thanks so much for sharing. I hope Santa brings me some really fine thread.

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  132. Great wonky blocks! I love that you put some blocks on the back. Someone is going to be very happy. I hope Santa brings me one of the new rotary cutters that is supposed to be easier to change the blades. Thank you for participating and congrats on your wonky blocks.

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  133. Your wonky log cabin santas are very cute! I would like Santa to bring me a gift card to my favorite quilt store. There is so much fabulous fabric out there! Thanks for sharing!

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  134. Great wonky Santa's! I love that you pieced the back. Awesome job.

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  135. very cute project. This is a fun hop and thanks for sharing your blog. I'm hoping for some panto's for my longarm.

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  136. Wonderful - love those wonky log cabins. I dream that Santa might bring me a long-arm kwilter though we'd have to add on a room to the house!! I love gift certificates for fabric, too.

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  137. As a new quilter there are plenty of notions I would like to have but I what I really need is thread....can't do much quilting without it. I am a big fan of Superiors Threads. I love love your Wonky Santa quilt. Thank you! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  138. I'd love some fabric, a jelly roll and layer cake that match, and some of the solids to add to my stash.

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  139. Gorgeous way to show off Santa's. From Santa I would love some extra time with my daughters and Mum working on some UFO's - it would be wonderful to do this together.

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  140. Love Santa, I can not do wonky, I have tried and cried my my "control freak" streak will not let me.
    I am hoping that Santa brings me a Janome just for quilting ( I wouldn't ask for a long arm because of the weight)

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  141. I'm not a big fan of wonky blocks, however I love your Santa/Christmas colors block...so cute. A gift card to my favorite quilt shop...Mrs. Miller's Drygoods would look great in my stocking!

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  142. Love the quilt. I am hoping Santa will bring me a new cutting mat and sewing table.

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  143. Your Santa quilt is so cheery. any child will love it. some cheery quilt fabric like yours would be very nice from Santa.

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  144. Love your wonky Santa quilt. I'm hoping Santa will bring me a fat quarter bundle of Scrumptious.

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  145. Love the Wonky Santa. I'd love a new iron.

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  146. I am hoping Santa brings me some time to sew! Does that fit in his bag? Happy Christmas in August!

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  147. Love you're wonky quilt. Great job.
    I'm hoping for a gift card to my LQS. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

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  148. Love the wonky log cabin of Santas! The colors are great! I am hoping Santa will bring me a new cutting mat. Thanks!

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  149. Love your Wonky Santa. Hope Santa has some room in that bag for Fabric for me as I am a good girl. HAHAHA

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  150. Your Wonky Santa quilt is gorgeous. I'd love to get some more quilty books.

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  151. Yummy quilt - I have a tiny bit of the Creative Thursday fabric and your wonky blocks inspire me :) I think if Santa brought me a set of a variety of coloured threads in a box I would swoon :)

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  152. Those are great wonky blocks.... Love the quilt!

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  153. Wow I love your wonky quilt, so beautiful and your fabrics too!
    I would nor mind if Santa would bring me an old Feaderweight for christmas *smile*
    Thanks for sharing and the chance to win!

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  154. Wow love your crazy modern wonky Santa quilt....I would like to find in my Santa sack the embroidery attachment for my new Bernina 750 or a voucher to my favourite local quilt shop or some of those new Fiskas raggy quilt scissors, but you know anything quilty would be just fine...thanks for sharing and the chance to win..LindaBatz

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  156. Your Santas are wonderful. Love how it turned out. Thanks for sharing!

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  157. Beautiful quilt. I also saw your post on the app for the doodling. That should help a lot with my FMQ skills. I am hoping for some new books on custom quilting from santa.

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  158. I love the table topper. I am hoping Santa will bring me a maid and sewing machine that doesn't keep breaking down.

    senstrings (@) yahoo (.) com

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  159. Santa can bring all of the fabric he can load on his sleigh. I find something to do with it...

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  160. I'd love to have some black Misty Fuse.

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  161. What terrific quilted projects. I's love for Santa to bring me a new sewing machine!!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  162. Awesome wonky Santa quilt. Dear Santa, I have been extra good this year. While you are putting presents under the tree, maybe one of the elves could organize my sewing room. It would be the best Christmas present ever.

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  163. Dear Santa, I need more fabric...heehee! My sewing room looks like that fabric piece you showed--"oh my"! My husband says it looks like a tornado struck; I say it is my creative juices running wild!

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  164. Dear Santa, I need more fabric...heehee! My sewing room looks like that fabric piece you showed--"oh my"! My husband says it looks like a tornado struck; I say it is my creative juices running wild!

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