Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Holiday Celebrations Book + Midnight Magic 2 Fabric

Hello everyone! Today I get to share a new project with you, as well as a brand new book from Pat Sloan and a soon-to-be-released fabric line by April Rosenthal. Lots of new things coming your way! And there's a few giveaways as well so be sure to read through to the end for all the details. 

This has been kind of a strange month for me....Christmas projects and a Halloween project all in the same month and it's just barely June. What should I sew next? A Valentine's quilt? :)

(You're going to want to see the Christmas projects I've been cooking up...be sure you're signed up for my newsletter so you don't miss out. We also have two fun quilt alongs planned for later this year!)

Here's what I've been working on this week:



I made this 42" x 42" quilted wall hanging using a pattern called Liberty Hill, from the new book, Holiday Celebrations by Pat Sloan**. 

**This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission (at no additional cost to you) when purchases are made through links found in this post. Thank you!



Holiday Celebrations has a whopping 17 fun projects, all centered around the holidays we love to celebrate: Valentine's Day, Easter, 4th of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and (of course) Christmas!


The pattern I used, called Liberty Hill, was originally created as a 4th of July themed project in the book but I thought those unique star blocks would also look so great in Halloween prints! 



The original quilt is 56" x 72" but I decided to use just four blocks plus a border and make a wall hanging sized project. I love it here above my bookcase - do you think I can leave it here a bit longer? :)  



These fun star blocks look a lot more complicated than they are- I promise! 


Pat was really clever when she designed this quilt - she made it so our leftover trimmed corners from the blocks are used to make the half square triangle border. Less waste is a great thing, and I love what the border adds to the overall design of the quilt.


The fabric I used is from an upcoming line by April Rosenthal for Moda Fabrics called Midnight Magic 2. It's due to arrive in quilt shops any day now so be on the look out for it! (As soon as it arrives, I'll add some links to shops where you can find it)


The little black cats are my favorite, but the candy corn prints are a close second. I'm not a fan of eating candy corn, but put them on fabric and I can't resist!  

The Midnight Magic 2 line also has this really great low volume print with teeny tiny stars - it makes a fun background fabric.




 ** Giveaway is now closed ** 
The winner of the Holiday Celebrations book is Michelle Solberg. Thank you everyone!

Now for the giveaways! First of all, I'll be giving away a copy of Holiday Celebrations to one of you! To enter, leave a comment below telling me which holiday is your favorite. 
  • Leave a comment on THIS post to enter
  • Giveaway ends on June 8, 2021 at 11:59 MDT
  • Winner chosen at random on June 9, 2021
  • Open to all - both US and international (US residents will receive a printed copy of the book, E-book (PDF) for international)
  • I will notify winner by email so be sure your email address is in your profile or your comment.

There's also TWO mega-giveaways from Martingale happening now (see the prize packs below). You can enter on their blog here, and over on Instagram here.







Want to see more of the projects from Pat's book? Check out this YouTube video highlighting each project. And watch Pat's daily video about my turn on the book tour here (she does a daily YouTube video!) 

And be sure to follow along with the book tour - each day will have a chance to win a copy of the book. 







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Quilt Details:
42" x 42"
Pattern: Liberty Hill - from the book, Holiday Celebrations
Fabric: Midnight Magic II by April Rosenthal for Moda Fabrics









704 comments:

  1. Oh, I love that quilt! Anything based on a chubby star is such a visually pleasing block!

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  2. Definitely Christmas is my favorite holiday!
    dgaheme@gmail.com

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  3. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday - no gifts, no commercialism just gratitude and family/friends. So I love fall quilts

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  4. My favourite holiday is Christmas, I have always made Christmas a major tradition in our house. I have made many quilts and Christmas stocking over the years, stuffed toy turkeys, snowmen, santas etc. my chrildren are all grown and as the 2 older ones set up homes of there own this year, they are asking for quilts and stockings just like what we have at home. Makes my heart sing to think the traditions will live on.

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  5. I love Thanksgiving and the focus on gratitude and family. Gathering for a warm meal surrounded by those we love makes Thanksgiving special. Consumerism hasn't spoiled this holiday.

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  6. Favorite holiday? So hard to choose....Easter...I love spring when things are blooming!

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  7. Favorite holiday? So hard to choose....Easter...I love spring when things are blooming!

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  8. Halloween is my favorite holiday.

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  9. Favorite holiday? So hard to choose....Easter...I love spring when things are blooming!

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  10. My favorite holiday to make gifts for his Christmas. Lastyear i made 9 pillows for family and friends with a Christmas theme.

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  11. I love Christmas. Getting all the decorations out and sewing festive little projects

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  12. Thank you for sharing wonderful ideas for using Pat Sloans new book

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  13. Wow! I really liked how you reimagined Pat’s quilt. This quilt looks wonderful in the fabrics you have chosen. Great job!

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  14. You chose some great fabrics for that pattern. I love the Halloween colors but prefer not to be too spooky with my fabrics. I don't have a problem with your quilt hanging a little low. I already have the book, but I am enjoying the tour.

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  15. I love the Halloween theme and how you did a wall hanging! I love to decorate my walls with seasoned themed quilts. Perfect!

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  16. I love your Halloween-themed wallhanging! My favorite holiday is Christmas.

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  17. Wow! I really liked how you reimagined Pat’s quilt. This quilt looks wonderful in the fabrics you have chosen. Great job!

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  18. I love that you used a traditional quilt block and made it into a Halloween quilt.

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  19. My favorite holiday is Halloween since its the day before my birthday. I always tell children that I just missed being a witch and then I do a witchy laugh!!

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  20. Fall/Canadian Thanksgiving is my favorite time of the year, I love watching the tree leaves change colour.

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  21. I love, love, love the fabric that you used to make the Liberty Hill blocks. I definitely will be on the lookout for it. My favorite holiday is, Christmas! Wouldn't those same blocks look awesome in Christmas fabrics? And if you are going to do a Valentines day sew in, I am in. Lol.

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  22. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. Thank you for the opportunity to win Pat Sloan's book.

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  23. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I love all the amazing food and it’s less stressful than Christmas,

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  24. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I love the family time and of course all of the food. Getting to decorate with all the fall colors and then the day after Thanksgiving decorating for Christmas.

    Francine Helton

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  25. I like Thanksgiving best. The foods are great and it’s so much more relaxed than the Christmas holidays.

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  26. Beautiful quilt with such gorgeous fabrics! I can’t wait to find them in my local quilt shops! ❤️❤️ My favorite holiday is all of them but I’m very excited to make the heart quilt plus I plan on making it as a table runner & placemats!

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  27. I love your Halloween version of Pat’s quilt! The patterns seem so versatile! Totally different look for different holiday with different fabrics!

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  28. It's hard to pick just one favorite holiday. I love Christmas with traditional red and green colors but who can resist the red, white and blue of July 4th?

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  29. I love all of the Holidays but Halloween and Thanksgiving are my favorites more fun times and family times, and I love the colors! Your quilt using 4 blocks and colors are perfect!!!

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  30. Christmas is my favorite but fall very close!

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  31. Christmas is my favorite holiday!

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  32. Christmas is my favorite holiday!

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  33. Christmas is my favorite holiday. I need to make a halloween quilt. I have a lot of fabrics but it always seems to slip by before I get anything made. Too close to Christmas I guess. I'm always trying to get a Christmas project done.

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  34. Thanks for sharing your take on this pattern...and love the glimpse of your style!

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  35. Christmas is my favorite holiday as we always get together with family although this year will be different as we moved away.

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  36. I love Halloween and Christmas. Love the quilt you made. Look forward to your newsletter.

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  37. Beautiful quilt. This inspired me to do it in red white and blue. Ordering the book today.
    Thank you
    Sharon Arroyo

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  38. I love Halloween and Christmas. Love the quilt you made from the book. Look forward to seeing your newsletter.

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  39. Favorite holiday is Christmas as I watch the grandchildren open their gifts!

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  40. Favorite holiday is Christmas as I watch my grandchildren ope their gifts!

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  41. Oh my goodness! This is my new favorite! I love that you made it into a wall hanging. Just beautiful fabric. Thanks for the idea!

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  42. Love the use of fabric on your quilt

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  43. Thank you for showing us how simple a complicated-looking quilt can be!



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  44. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. It allows people to gather for food and company.

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  45. Love your Halloween project from Pat's new holiday book. Also looking forward to seeing your newsletter.

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  46. My favorite holiday is Halloween- the costumes, fresh crisp air, and kids being kids...without electronics

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  47. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. Getting together with family is so special. I like seeing this quilt in your Halloween colors. It's fun, and actually a great size for a baby quilt.

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  48. Really love your Halloween Stars and I think it would be great in Christmas fabrics too! My first thought was to make the little houses for Christmas but this might bump it off the list. Thanks for sharing!

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  49. I really like what you did with the pattern from Pats book. And getting a jump on holiday quilting really takes the stress off for sure. :) my email is lady object mail.com I look forward to seeing more of what you are doing. :)

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  50. Favorite holiday- Christmas.

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  51. I love spring, but no favorite holiday unless Christmas. I couldn't sign up for your newsletter. It wouldn't accept my email address.

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  52. Christmas Hass to be my favorite holiday because everyone is on their best behavior, and it’s so much fun gathering with family.

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  53. I like patriotic quilts the best. Memorial day, July 4th and Veterans Day

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  54. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Such a cute wallhanging and I love April's new fabric line.

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  55. My favorite holiday is Christmas and second is the forth of July!

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  56. Love your version of this quilt. 4th of July seems to be my favorite, with the crisp Red, White & Blue colors just sing out Summer.

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  57. Being the grandmother of 6 wonderful grandkids I have to say my favorite holiday to celebrate is Christmas!

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  58. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. It is family time without the pressure of gifts, just food, conversation and maybe a board game or two.

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  59. Patriotic quilts are my favorite

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  60. My favorite holiday is Christmas. Love the colors you use in your quilt.

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  61. Wow, and Hello! Halloween is an absolute favorite of mine! I leave pumpkins out year -round and have a bedroom with fabulous spooky photos that stay up permanently. I love the new Low Volume background fabric, what a great addition to some of the high traffic prints in the fabric I already own. Looking forward to seeing it on the shelves and online stores!

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  62. I love decorating for Halloween! I always loved making costumes for my, now grown kiddos, and having the house all Halloween festive. Sewntess@gmail.com

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  63. I love Christmas, reflects the sharing warm feelings we should be having all year round.

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  64. Your wall hanging is super cute. Having worked retail my whole adult life, I never really enjoyed the holidays except the anticipation of Christmas with my family.

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  65. Christmas is my favorite - those stockings will be my first project from Pat’s new book.

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  66. Christmas is my favorite— especially if there are small children are around

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  67. Christmas is my favorite holiday, it is so magical, especially if there are small children around.

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  68. Lately I’ve been very into Halloween. I started one quilt and all of a sudden I was collecting Halloween fabrics and pattern ideas. It’s fun!

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  69. My favorite holiday is 4th of July. Celebrate our freedom. Military family Husband retired Air Force, Brother retired Navy, daughter in the NC National Guard (going on her 26 year)

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  70. Sew for Christmas is so fun but your project really makes me want to do a Halloween project. Thanks for the ideas.

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  71. I love all holdiays and seasons but Christmas is the one I am drawm to most!

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  72. I LOVE the Christmas season. The colors and the fun open up the possibilities to be really creative.

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  73. Christmas is my favorite holiday to make quilts for gifts. I love that you used Halloween fabric and fewer blocks to make a seasonal wall hanging!!

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  74. Christmas is by far my favorite holiday, but I love to make wall hangings and table toppers for them all!

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  75. I love your choice of fabrics, looks great! Luanne Sherman

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  76. I love all things Halloween, so I love how you used a Halloween themed fabric in Pat's Liberty Hill pattern. Thanks for sharing! HUGS... and stitches

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  77. I love sewing summery things. I don't really have a favorite holiday. Anytime you can get together with family is wonderful. I love your project. It's beautiful!

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  78. Great quilt - what a fun wall hanging for Halloween. My favorite holiday is anything in autumn!

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  79. Great choices for the Liberty Hill quilt. Halloween is always a fun time of year.

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  80. Favorite (from childhood) holiday: Thanksgiving! Family would feast together, laugh & catch up with each other. Great time as one of 7 kids!

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  81. I love all holidays. May favorite holidays to make quilts for are Halloween and Christmas. Barbecue holidays are great too. Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day bring friends and family together for some fun and food.

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  82. My fave holiday is Christmas as there are so many get togethers with friends and family.

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  83. Christmas is my favorite holiday. One reason is, my daughter was born on that day, many years ago. She is my best friend and we do lots of things together. Thank you for including me in this giveaway.
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  84. I love this! Very nice fabric and the border makes the design pop.

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  85. Love being able to change out quilts by the fabrics used! Great job.

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  86. I love decorating for the holidays. What a neat idea using Halloween fabric for the stars

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  87. Love your wall hanging, such a great idea to display more quilts! My favorite holiday is Christmas (of course) but Halloween comes in 2nd especially with all of the great fabrics out there.

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  88. I love thanksgiving and fall projects. Jeanette Copeman

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  89. my favorite holiday has always been Christmas, but as i get older and the kids take over the planning and work i think i like Thanksgiving the best. my job is to make the pies and then i just sit back and enjoy visiting and eating.

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  90. Love Pat's patterns. Stars are just stuning.

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  91. My favorite time of is the fall with all of the oranges but I am trying to make some spring/summer items to decorate around the house.

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  92. I was thinking I wanted to make this pattern for next years Fourth of July, but now I think it would look great in red and white for Valentine’s Day and all year round.

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  93. Love the halloween fabrics in this quilt. It is always amazing to see a quilt using fabrics different from the original. The original blue one is also beautiful.

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  94. My favorite holiday is Christmas, but when my kids were younger Halloween was always a fun time with sewing unique costumes for them and coming up with snacks and activities for their school parties (I enjoyed being the room mom).

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  95. Halloween has really become my favorite. There is so much less prep than for Christmas. Plus, the fabrics are so fun!

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  96. I thought of making this in patriotic colors, but now I am thinking red and white to bring out for Valentine’s Day plus all year round.

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  97. I love to make Christmas projects. Looking forward to this new book.
    Rose drclearwaters@gmail.com

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  98. I thought I’d making this in patriotic colors by now I am thinking red and white for Valentine’s Day and beyond. Thanks for the idea of a different colo way.

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  99. It's a real toss-up. Christmas, or Halloween? I am always drawn to both. Christmas feels more like a month-long sort of holiday; Halloween only one day, even though technically they're both one-day holidays! Ultimately, I lean towards Christmas as my favorite, so I can hang a quilt for the whole month.

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  100. Hard to say which holiday is my favorite, but I think...Thanksgiving!

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    My favorite holiday is Christmas but I really like all the Halloween and Fall items on the book

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  102. I love Halloween and have been wanting to make another Halloween quilt. I never thought about that pattern so this might be a great option for me. Thank you.

    Mary Wezner. Mewezner@wowway.com

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  103. Thanks for sharing your project from pat's book. I love seeing the various ways quilts are done using just partial layouts and different fabric colors. Nice job.
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  104. I love Halloween. I’ve been wanting to make another Halloween quilt and never thought about this pattern... great choice!

    Mary Wezner. Mewezner@wowway.com

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  105. Holding you to the promise that it looks more complicated than it is! Love this look. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  106. I tried to post this either, but preview did not work. I like your use of Pat's pattern in the orange & black colors. I would like to make her table runners. Angelia

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  107. Love your Halloween wall hanging - what a great idea!

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  108. Halloween by far my favorite! We throw a costume party every year!!

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  109. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. This looks like a fun book. Thanks for showing us the little quilt in an alternate size & colorway.
    Amy Walter
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  110. Halloween is my favorite holiday!

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  111. I love how you used the Liberty Hill as a wall hanging. I think that one is one of my favorites. Also like you’re choice of color orange I’d my favorite so I’m really draw to your quilt. Thanks for showing it to us.
    Jane janelovestosew@gmail.com

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  112. I've never met a holiday I didn't like...any excuse to decorate or sew something special.

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  113. Good Morning. It appears that I am first to post! My favorite holiday is Christmas because there is so much love in the world then.

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  114. I love Christmas - but I love your version changing the look completely. It is so interesting to see other quilters' versions. Thank you.

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  115. Fall/Halloween is my favorite holiday.

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  116. I don't eat Candy Corn either, but it looks amazing on that white background! Pat does such a great job, this looks like a great book.

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  117. I love the way you used the orange and blacks in the wall hanging thanks pat for such a beautiful pattern

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  118. What a fun book, and I love the fabric, too. Super cute!

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  119. I love making quilts for the Fourth of July! Patriotic colors are my favorite.

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  120. I love that you took a traditional quilt block and made a Halloween quilt!

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  121. I like July 4th. I really enjoy fireworks and we always find where the nearest ones are to go watch.

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  122. I enjoy Christmas, making things for inclusion in gift bags for neighbors and friends. Also really like seeing the Trick or Treaters in their costumes for Halloween ;-)

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  123. My favorite holiday is CHRISTMAS! What wonderful memories.

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  124. I love Christmas. To look at the overflowing tree with homemade ornaments from the past. I have Christmas in every room including quilts.

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  125. I think Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday!

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  126. I like the way that you did your own thing to a quilt pattern and the orange and black are not halloween in your face that can be used for a longer period of time. Thank you for the opportinty to win!

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  127. Love the quilt!, Halloween projects are becoming new favorites, but Christmas is still my favorite holiday

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  128. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving through Christmas. So much family time that we don't get so much during the year.
    My google account is not showing but it is brenwall61@gmail.com

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  129. WOW, that is one of my favorite patterns from the book and I love the fabric line you used, this will definitely one I will make!!!

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  130. cute blocks and halloween fabrics....great idea showing versatility of the patterns and other possibilities...

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  131. Christmas is my favorite holiday.

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  132. Easter is my favorite holiday. However, fall is my favorite decorating season. Your quilt with the oranges is great.
    Connie

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  133. Christmas because I love seeing family open up their gifts.

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  134. I love the Christmas holiday!

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  135. I love the Christmas holiday!

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  136. I love the Christmas holiday!

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  137. Thank you for sharing this great idea!

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  138. Halloween fabric dominates my stash, and I love the way it looks in the Liberty pattern!

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  139. The project you choose tickles my fancy! Especially your fabric colors snd the smaller size. Love the border technique! S_hawes@comcast.net

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  140. My favorite holiday is Valentine's Day. I love all the bright pinks and reds in the dreary month of February, sending the promise that Spring is just around the corner.

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  141. I love the whole Christmas season! Best time of the year!

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  142. My favorite holiday is Halloween. I love fall and giving candy to little, excited children.

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  143. I love Valentine's Day. It is my hubby's birthday so we have a double celebration.

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  144. I love your wall quilt, but my favorite holiday if the 4th of July.

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  145. I do the most decorating for Christmas, but all things fall are the ones I really love.

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  146. I love Thanksgiving! We get to eat great food and enjoy the company of family and friends.

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  147. Independence Day has always been a favorite. Our dog does not share my sentiments so maybe I'll have to pick another favorite.

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  148. My favorite holiday is Easter. The Spring flowers and new life is always so refreshing. I love your Halloween wall quilt. I agree the cats are soo cute. tmsolb@gmail.com

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  149. My favorite holiday is Christmas, but I really like the heart quilt also.

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  150. Fourth of July because we celebrate out beautiful country and Christmas because we celebrate our savior.

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  151. Christmas is my favorite, I plan and sew for it all year long.

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  152. I like the patriotic holidays. Red, white, and blue!

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  153. love this with the fabric you chose. I would love it as a table runner with summery fabrics.

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  154. I love the fall, so Halloween and Thanksgiving are my favorites........and they lead us into Christmas!

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  155. Halloween is my favorite celebration time.

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  156. I think the the fall holidays. I love the jewel tones plus greens and golds

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  157. Love all the decorating for Christmas but my favorite holiday is the 4th of July. teeitup1@twc.com

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  158. Spring and Easter is my favorite holiday season because of the freshness and rebirth that spring brings.

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  159. Halloween! No pressure or expectations...just fun!

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  160. 4th of July is the holiday that I like the most. I like making things for this holiday - anything red, white and blue! Celebrate the whole month and end it with my husband's birthday on the 31st!!!

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  161. FALL IS WONDERFUL AFTER HOT SW SUMMERS

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  162. Christmas is my favorite, and July 4th is second favorite!

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  163. I also like Fall after our long hot Southern Summers. cmberry@lsu.edu

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  164. Luv your quilt! And yes, leave it up for a while longer.
    Fav holiday is Thanksgiving. I make a new and different version of fresh cranberry sauce each year.
    Besides, Thanksgiving means that Christmas is only a few weeks away!!!

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  165. If I have to pick one to celebrate, it would be Christmas.

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  166. Favorite holiday? I'd have to say Thanksgiving because it is centered around the things and people we are thankful for and it falls during my favorite time of the year FALL!

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  167. Andy - I wanted to let you know that I LOVE the colors you picked and showing us how you can adapt a pattern to make a size that works for you. Will be checking out this fabric line!

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  168. I love Christmas, I am always drawn to the decorations, the music and the joy. My favorite is looking at (and buying) Christmas flannel. Just so cozy!

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  169. Fall is my favorite season with Thanksgiving being my favorite holiday.

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  170. I have made alot of Christmas quilts and wall hangings, but my favorite is Halloween. krbquilter@gmail.com

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  171. Christmas is my favorite but also like red, white, and blues for patriotic holidays

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  172. I like the quilt you picked & show as a wall hanging. It’s hanging in reds & white on 1 of Pat’s studio walls & she must be asked about it once a week since it’s seen in her videos. You offer it as more than a 2 color quilt. I like Christmas. We were married on Christmas Eve, 50th anniversary this year. Also, love the main reason for Christmas as the birth of God’s Son, Jesus

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  173. I LOVED YOUR FALL/HALLOWEEN QUILT. YOU HAVE SO MANY CUTE PATTERNS AS WELL.

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  174. I have a hard time choosing but fall and spring are my favorites.

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  175. Love the star quilt. My very first quilt in 1976 was an Ohio Star and I still love it.

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  176. Lovely quilt for any season or holiday. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving--a cozy day for food & family!

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  177. I absolutely love Christmas!

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  178. Your quilt looks totally different than the one in the book. My favorite holiday would be Christmas but I like the fall colors as well.

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  179. Any patriotic holiday is my favorite. I love to use red, white and blue when sewing.

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  180. Love your wallhanging! My favorite holiday season to decorate for is Halloween/Fall, mainly because I have more time to decorate then than at Chritmas.

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  181. I love how you made the star pattern reflect your style by making it Halloween. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving as our tradition is too keep it to immediate family and calm. Before the hectic Christmas season happens. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of Pat Sloan's new book

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  182. Your quilt is beautiful!! If I had to choose, Halloween is my favorite holiday.

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  183. Love your version of the quilt! Fabrics are great! Your fat quarter book looks intriguing!

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  184. Christmas is my favorite holiday, but in recent years, Halloween has become a close second in terms of decorating my home.

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  185. I love these blog hops Congrats on your new book.Liberty Hill can be used for any holiday

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  186. My favourite holiday has to be Christmas when we get to see all the family.

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