Sunday, May 22, 2022

U-Pick Quilt + A New Book By Pat Sloan

Hello everyone! And welcome to those new friends that may be stopping by for the first time! 

Today I get to share a project I made from a new book by Pat Sloan called, Tantalizing Table Toppers

U Pick quilt made by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner

The pattern I used is called U-Pick and it makes a 45.5" x 45.5" table topper. However...that happens to be a great size for a baby quilt so mine will be used for that purpose!

U Pick quilt made by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner

Pat Sloan's Tantalizing Table Toppers book includes 12 projects of various sizes. Several of the projects are square toppers that would also be great as either a wall hanging or baby quilt like mine. 

Tantalizing Table Toppers book by Pat Sloan found on A Bright Corner blog

Here's a look at a few of the other projects in the book:

Tantalizing Table Toppers book by Pat Sloan found on A Bright Corner blog


Martingale and Pat provided me a copy of the book to review and to use for my project. I had a hard time deciding which project to make first.

This topper (below) called "Life's a Picnic" was at the top of my list- I thought it would be so great in Christmas prints! It could even be used as a Christmas wall hanging.
 

Tantalizing Table Toppers book by Pat Sloan found on A Bright Corner blog

In the end I decided on the U-Pick pattern:

Tantalizing Table Toppers book by Pat Sloan found on A Bright Corner blog

My version of U-Pick is made with prints from the Dapple Dot fabric line by Riley Blake Designs.

U Pick quilt made by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner
Dapple Dot is a Riley Blake basic - and it's a good one! The scattering of little dots adds whimsy and interest without demanding as much attention as a true polka dot would. And they have some really beautiful colors available in this line of basics. 

Dapple Dot fabrics by Riley Blake Designs found on A Bright Corner blog

Dapple Dot colors used: Stargazer, Storm, Grape, Lilac, Chive, Lodgepole, Canyon Rose. Dapple Dot fabrics are now in stores, and you can find all the colors at the Fat Quarter Shop here.

U Pick quilt made by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner

Pat's U-Pick pattern is a fun, quick project, and the book is filled with many more!

You can find copies of Pat Sloan's Tantalizing Table Toppers book here on Amazonhere at the Fat Quarter Shop, and here as an E-book (digital download) from Martingale.

U Pick quilt made by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner

6/1/22 Edited to add: giveaway is now closed. Thank you everyone!

Now for the giveaway! Pat & Martingale are generously providing a copy of the book for me to give away to one of you! 

To enter the giveaway simply leave a comment below letting me know if you prefer square or rectangle shaped table toppers.

  • Leave a comment on this post to enter
  • Giveaway ends on May 30, 2022 at 11:59 MDT
  • Winner chosen at random on May 31, 2022
  • 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 to include your email address in your comment.


If you'd like to see more of the projects in Pat's book, follow along on the book tour (each day will also have a chance to win a copy of the book.)

May 23
May 24
May 25
May 26
May 27
May 28
May 31



U Pick quilt made by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner


Quilt Details:
45"x 45"
Fabric: Dapple Dot by Riley Blake Designs (find it here)



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950 comments:

  1. I love your quilt Andy!! Thank you so much for being on the tour!

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  2. I usually prefer long rectangular table toppers.

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  3. I like all sizes of table toppers. Use square ones for round table and long ones for others

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  4. Beautiful work!

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  5. I like square table toppers and use them as wallhangings.

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  6. I prefer a rectangle topper because that style works better for my tables. laceymosier@hotmail.com

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  7. I tend to like rectangle shaped tabletoppers. Love your choice of fabric and colors!

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  8. Love your quilt! I prefer square table toppers.

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  9. Beautiful quilt! I like square because I have a round table, that would be a beautiful addition to my table, I can see why you chose that pattern from Pat’s book!💕

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  10. The book project look very interesting. Love the choice of fabric you have chosen. 😍

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  11. I only have made rectangle table toppers, but I'm going to make some square ones from the book! ldsegner@gmail.com

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  12. I’ve not made a table topper yet, but I love the idea. I think I would choose a square over rectangle, Yours turned out very pretty. Auntsistjr26@gmail.com

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  13. Great project!

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  14. I prefer rectangular table toppers hugs, Julierose

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  15. Love the quilt you made!

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  16. I prefer rectangle table toppers,but starting to like the square ones.Beautiful quilt thanks for showing it.

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  17. I prefer square table toppers. Then I can put it on point with something else under it if I need to cover a rectangular table.

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  18. Seems I usually go for the square quilts for table toppers! Using this pattern for a baby quilt is a super idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Rectangle table toppers work best for my area

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  20. I prefer rectangular table toppers by far, but sometimes a square one calls my name and has to be made.

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  21. All of my table toppers are runners, but I love the look of a square.

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  22. I like a variety of shapes and sizes in my table toppers. Love to make them because they are quick, easy and show up well in my home. Candy Haugen

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  23. I'm loving the fabric choice, and of course, Pat's pattern is terrific!

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  24. I LOVE rectangle table toppers for my oval table! I love your color choices, which give a modern look to your topper. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  25. Square toppers for me, but do love a good runner as well.

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  26. I love both, square or rectangle toppers, but tend to go more with rectangle. I have a passion for table toppers and love Pat Sloan.

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  27. I love all the quilts and really like your color choice

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  28. Love your idea of making a baby blanket from this pattern . Adorable and love your choice of fabrics !

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  29. Both square and rectangle work for me - it depends on the table!

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  30. Love the colors you chose from the Dapple Dot fabric. Thanks for sharing

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  31. Love the colors you selected. Beautiful idea of using as a baby quilt, it already looks warm and cozy. Thank you

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  32. I prefer rectangular table toppers.

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  33. Would love to win this fun book ❤️

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  34. Hi Andy, I love the colours you have chosen. I prefer square toppers asi have a square dining table and coffee table.

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  35. Love Pat Sloans designs and follow her daily videos I got this table Topper book and am looking forward to getting started on these designs. Your choice of colors is pretty.


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  36. Great colors!

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  37. It’s hard to choose which size I like the best….. I love table runners, as they are very versatile and can be used on sideboards, etc. besides on a table. I love putting the square toppers on tables for a lovely centerpiece and they also are nice for wall hangings. So I guess I don’t have a favorite 😜 I probably have made more rectangle ones, though! Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful book by Pat Sloan!

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  38. I just began to quilting and I think it is this book would be great to have! Bredifer1@gmail.com

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  39. Your U-Pick version is great. Beautiful color selection.

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  40. I really like Pat Sloan's table topper book and think they would make wonderful gifts for my friends and family. I prefer rectangle runners but after seeing the square ones, I think I'm changing my mind.

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  41. I love both sizes…. Square is fun for centerpiece on table and wall hangings, etc. and rectangular makes a lovely table runner and cover on a sideboard or hutch or food table outside. Thanks for the chance to win Pat Sloan’s wonderful book! ( this may have posted under an anonymous account, I didn’t realize I wasn’t signed in…sorry)

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  42. I love the pattern you chose from Pat Sloan’s book. Your color are really soft and wonderful.

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  43. So many to choose from in Tantalizing Table Toppers, but Breakfast Club is my pick. Would be a bright summer quilt for my table.

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  44. U-pick is a great project. Perfect for a table but I love your idea of doing a baby quilt!

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  45. Would love Pat's new book!

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  46. I prefer rectangular tabletoppers as they can be used on bedroom furniture as well

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  47. I prefer rectangular table toppers but the square ones do nicely as wall hangings.

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  48. I love the Dapple Dot you used. First time visitor to your blog ! I book marked it !

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  49. Jennifer EldridgeMay 23, 2022 at 6:37 AM

    I prefer rectangular table runners.

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  50. Hi Andy! I love a square quilt topper, well, square quilts in general are my favorite. sammagargee@yahoo.com

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  51. What a great idea to use yours as a baby quilt. Those are my favorite to make. I prefer rectangular runners for dining tables so they are less likely to get dirty or stained. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of the book!

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  52. Love the fabrics you chose.

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  53. Your topper is beautiful! I like square toppers because I can use them displayed in my home on the wall and other places which makes them more versatile.

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  54. All the patterns are wonderful and hard to pick

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  55. I love square table toppers. I like square tables so there is no “head” of the table!

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  56. I prefer the square table toppers as the can be mutlifunctional as the one you made as it can be used for a baby quilt. It would work well for the charity baby quilts I make.

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  57. I really prefer rectangle table toppers. I seem to have more places in my home to use them.

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  58. I really prefer rectangle table toppers. I seem to have more places to use them in my home. I often make square quilts into rectangles by adding a pieced or complex border treatment. I’m not into the square shape.

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  59. I prefer rectangular table toppers. I also love your Star Trail quilt!

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  60. I usually use a rectangular table runner. Ruth R.

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  61. I love square projects, whether it's a table topper, a wall quilt, a throw, or a bed topper which I usually put diagonally over my white duvet. I love the dotty fabric you used here!

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  62. I love square table toppers. They look so nice on my kitchen table as it is a rectangle with rounded corners. I really think the square toppers compliment the shape of my table. Thank you so much for this opportunity.
    Sincerely,
    Tina Fulbright,
    tfulbright@yahoo.com

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  63. I have a round lamp table in my living room and square quilts hang beautifully on it.

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  64. Hmmm, my comment disappeared so I will try again. I love square quilts for tables, walls, throws, and bed toppers which I usually put diagonally over my white duvet. I love the Dapple Dots you used here!

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  65. I really like the way your table topper/baby quilt looks. Those colors are lovely. I prefer square toppers sue. Reads44460 at yahoo dot com

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  66. Love your quilt!

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  67. I have never used a square table topper but am thinking I would like to try one. I use the traditional rectangular shape most of the time.

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  68. I would prefer making a square table topper because I think that would look better on my table.

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  69. I prefer square table toppers. They just seam to fit better where I use them

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  70. I prefer square table toppers

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  71. I prefer rectangle shaped table toppers.

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  72. I prefer square quilted table topper patterns.

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  73. I love the square table toppers as I have a perfect place for them--a hexagon shaped table in my living room'

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  74. Love the colors on your Pat Sloan table topper(baby quilt)

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  75. I prefer rectangular table runners. phzale@yahoo.com

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  76. I happen to like a square table topper to a rectangle. I liked your idea of the Christmas fabric for the Life's a Picnic quilt.

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  77. Love your project!

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  78. Louannj48@gmail.comMay 23, 2022 at 7:19 AM

    I have my grandmother's table with all the leaves in, so I prefer I rectangular table runner

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  79. Love your project!

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  80. I prefer square table toppers most of the time. They just fit better on my dining room table.

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  81. So fun! Glad to find your blog.

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  82. I like the simplicity of U-pick with the fabric line you used. I prefer rectangular shaped projects as they just fit my current table better. Thank you for the chance to enter! amyjosew@yahoo.com

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  83. Since our table is a rectangle, I prefer rectangular table toppers. I also like square wall hangings.

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  84. I love your choice of fabric. It really shows off the pattern.

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  85. Love all these projects in this book. Can’t wait to make them. My favorite is Life’s a Picnic.

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  86. For quilts I like rectangular but table toppers I like either. I like your version and fabric selection. Great for a baby quilt

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  87. Would love to win. I need to make smaller projects!

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  88. I really like the square quilts - I have a "bunch" of table toppers - so square is better for me - and using it as a baby quilt as well!!

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  89. I prefer rectangular table toppers. I have a large table and I can make them longer by adding more blocks

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  90. Pat has done it again with so many projects I want to make! I prefer rectangle table toppers, but I have several square ones that I love too!

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  91. I prefer square table toppers since the square ones will fit either on my table or coffee table. My coffee table is large. I love the fabric line Dapple Dots that you used on your quilt¡

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  92. Looks like a fun project! I usually make rectangle table runners or placemats but I’d like to try some square ones.

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  93. I prefer square table toppers. I have mad both square and rectangle. This is lovely! Thank you.

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  94. I always prefer square anything, table toppers and quilts. They are very appealing to me.

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  95. I prefer rectangle table toppers because of the shape of my table.

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  96. Please enter me in the giveaway. Thank you

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  97. Square is always more appealing to me from table toppers to quilts.

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  98. I prefer rectangle table toppers, they seem to fit more places in my home.

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  99. I prefer square shape table toppers and use them at an angle.

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  100. I prefer square toppers. I absolutely love your version of Pat's quilt. I love the colors and think I am going to steal your idea. Thank you.

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  101. I like square toppers. Seems to give me options on how to place on my table. Plus, as you said, it could become a baby quilt or wall hanging, so many options!

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  102. Hi Andy. New to your blog but won't be my last time here. I love that you took that table topper pattern and made it a baby quilt, because it gives me that option. I make and collect small quilts to donate to one of the local hospitals, so I am always looking for new patterns.
    Thanks again,
    Anna in IL

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  103. Since I HAVE to pick...I probably slightly prefer rectangle, though squares are awesome too!

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  104. I prefer rectangular quilts as I have no square tables in my house except a card table and that is usually stored away unless we're playing MahJongg and no quilt needed for that (makes it hard to push the tiles).

    Love your version of Pat's quilt, and thanks for the information about the Riley Blake fabric.. Hadn't seen that one before, but I LOVE it and will definitely be using that in my quilts!

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  105. Your version is absolutely lovely, and such a great idea to have it be a baby blanket! As to my preferred shape, I have no square tables or spaces, but lots and lots of rectangular spaces/tables, so that's the shape I always choose. When necessary, I can make a square rectangular, or lengthen a too-short rectangle to fit the space where I want to use it.

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  106. Catherine DorseyMay 23, 2022 at 7:45 AM

    I have a super long oval table so rectangle toppers work better. I like the square topper for baby quilts though

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  107. Circle...square...rectangle...wonky... I like them all! So much fun to use on the table or as a small wall hanging to compliment the placemats.
    For some reason I can not find / figure out how to give you my email on this...
    So ladybecket 2002 at yahoo

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  108. I prefer square toppers since they can also be used for wall hangings and baby quilts.

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  109. What a great book! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  110. I love our quilt choice and fabric! I cannot decide which one I will make first!

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  111. I really love your idea of making a baby quilt and the colors and fabric selection are perfect for that project.

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  112. I prefer square toppers because they are so versatile.

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  113. I like all shapes of table toppers although square ones fit my table the best.

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  114. I prefer a rectangular runner.

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  115. Square. I have a round table

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  116. I enjoy making square table toppers. Thanks for being apart of the tour.

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  117. I love the square ones. sdowney1351@gmail.com

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  118. Looks like a great book…loved the colors you used.

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  119. I like both but my oval table seems to look better with the rectangular ones.

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  120. I love the colors you used in your quilt.

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  121. I like rectangle table runners. Love the fabric you chose.

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  122. I like the square ones because of the Symmetry. But her rectangular ones are really beautiful also.

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  123. I usually like the rectangle table runners but I now see you can use the square runners in other ways! Love Winter Bliss. katsbabys3@gmail.com

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  124. Andy - your quilting really pops on those Riley Blake fabrics - nicely done! I tend to make rectangular table toppers since I only have rectangular tables and countertops, however my son and daughter-in-law just got a round table for the dining room so some of Pat's square patterns will make a great gift for them. I would love to win this book!

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  125. Rectangle table toppers work best with most of the tables we have right now :-)

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  126. I like rectangular table runners, but like you, think many of the square patterns would make great baby quilts!

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  127. Love your version of U-Pick, perfect size for table, wall or baby quilt!

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  128. I like both square and rectangle toppers, depending on where they will be used. Thanks for the Give away!

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  129. Most often I make rectangular table toppers. I love your idea to use a square topper as a baby quilt and will pick a pattern from this book to do just that! Books tours are awesome, thank you for participating. maryannautorino@gmail.com

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  130. I prefer rectangle.

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  131. I usually make rectangular, but am enticed by the square ones.

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  132. I like the square ones because of the beautiful symmetry. But her rectangular ones are beautiful also. kimdavenport5@yahoo.com

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  133. Love your idea of a baby quilt. Thanks for the idea.

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  134. I prefer square table toppers. Good idea for a baby quilt.

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  135. I like rectangular toppers, but square ones work better on my round oak table. Thank you for the opportunity to win!
    - Gina in Missouri
    hared@iland.net

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  136. I prefer square table toppers and like to put a sleeve on the back so they can double as wall hangings. Most receipients appreciate having the option on how to use it.

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  137. I’ve made mostly rectangle table runners but do love the square ones. I love your version of Upick and the idea to use it for a baby quilt. My email: kdn0860@telus.net

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  138. Rectangular toppers work best with my tables. I like the quilt that you made!

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  139. I really like the idea of using one of the square patterns for a baby quilt pattern. I have my usual baby quilt pattern, but this idea could mix up the ones I chose in the future.
    Catherine Simmons
    csimmons2100@yahoo.com

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  140. I don’t have a preference between square or rectangle topper. They each have special places to be highlighted. I love them all.

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  141. I use both square and rectangular table toppers. I seem to make more rectangular ones. Thank you for the give away and to Pat for a great book!

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  142. I love both. It depends on the quilt pattern and table size.

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  143. I prefer rectangles, though i have made several square table toppers. :) Thank you for the chance!

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  144. I need some table toppers! Smithcindyk@gmail.com

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  145. Both square and rectangular table toppers work for me. I’m an equal opportunity table topper maker! Yours is very pretty :)

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  146. I love your fabric choices for the table topper. email twonickels@shaw.ca

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  147. I like rectangular table toppers, but I really need this book

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  148. Thanks you for sharing, Your version shows an entirely different aesthetic which I find quite interesting.

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  149. I prefer square toppers .... but love all things quilted
    my email is quiltinnana51@aol.com thank you

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  150. I really like a rectangular runner best as I use them more on the dining and sofa tables but for my smaller tables I do use square toppers. Your quilt is lovely. I already have 4 projects picked out so I really hope I win the book. :)

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  151. I love both square and rectangle toppers as I have places where both will fit.

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  152. I love your fabric choices. For table toppers I generally make 12-14” squares or small rectangles for my kitchen table. Sometimes I make placemats. The patterns in Pat’s book are adaptable for any size project.

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  153. Right now I'm doing rectangle toppers but thinking of doing some square ones soon.

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  154. I prefer rectangular table toppers-love your fabric choices

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  155. I prefer rectangular toppers. My kitchen counters are tiled, so I make smaller toppers to set beside my sink and next to my range.

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  156. While I have made and used many different shapes and styles of table runners, I think a square runner on point adds a simple elegance to ta table.

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  157. Hi Andy, We have some square tables and some rectangular tables, so either shape works well in our home. I love a new, colorful topper to brighten up the space!

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  158. I don't have a preference as I have made both for different size tables in my home.

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  159. Love these colors!

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  160. I love small rectangular table toppers for my round kitchen table. And I sometimes like to leave a space in the center rather than a quilt block so I can add a centerpiece without covering up the beautiful quilting.

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  161. Rectangle runners work best for me - fit the table and add a much-appreciated splash of seasonal color!

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  162. I prefer a square table topper

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  163. I prefer square table toppers.

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  164. Rectangle table toppers work best for me.

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  165. For my table I like the square table toppers as I have a round table. For my daughter, I make the long variety.

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  166. Love making table runners in various sizes for all occasions. Not just for tables—I also use as bed runners.

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  167. I love all table toppers, and yours is sew cute. Thank you. Bruhn_k2009@live.com

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  168. I generally prefer a rectangular table runner, but have made a few square toppers, too.

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  169. Square toppers are my favorite. They work on many table tops. The book is beautiful.

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  170. Love the quilt! I like a square table topper on my round table!

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  171. I like the idea of a square table topper that might be good for a baby quilt too. I also have several small square tables and some small round ones that a square TT would work well on.

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  172. Love making table runners for all occasions. Not just for tables—I also use them for bed runners!

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  173. I'm new to your blog but love your patterns. Fun to find a new creative quilter.

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  174. Love your quilt - fabric choices are perfect.
    cindiesam at yahoo dot com

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  175. I usually prefer rectangular ones, although it truly depends on how one would use it.

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  176. I prefer rectangle to go on our coffee table.

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  177. Love the one you choose, I like square because of round table, already ordered fabrics just like yours to make baby quilt, thanks, now just need the book

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  178. Square table topper is preferred...however, it depends on the expected use of the topper. I do like the pattern you chose to feature and a baby quilt was a good idea.

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  179. I follow Pat every morning and looking forward to a chance at winning the book. Love the pattern and fabrics you used.

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  180. Probably rectangle toppers are what I use most. Thank you for sharing your table topper/baby quilt :)

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  181. Love the idea of using the table topper size as a baby quilt! I prefer square table toppers. Thanks for the chance to win Pat's fabulous new book!

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  182. I like the look of the square table toppers

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  183. Love your fabric choice. Beautiful quilt! Bluekaw55@gmail.com

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  184. First visit to your blog, I like how you have calmed the neutrals by having a constant fabric, it has tempted me to look for the book.

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  185. I usually prefer a rectangular table runner. My table is quite wide and it takes a large square topper to fit it.

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  186. I prefer square toppers as they fit my tables better

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  187. Your topper is great! Love how you used the colors! I like all shapes of toppers as there are all shapes of places in my house to put them.

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  188. I love seeing other Color ways of a pattern! Yours is beautiful! I prefer rectangle table toppers but I do love them all!
    m.m.kwiatkowski99@gmail.com

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  189. Love your choice of fabric and colors, so inspiring to see another take on Pat's pattern. Enjoyed my first visit to your site.

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  190. I love your quilt. Lots of fun projects in the book.

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  191. Square or rectangular doesn’t really matter to me, love them both. Pat’s new book looks very enticing to make some easy table toppers and table runners in many fabric themes.

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  192. I prefer rectangle table runners in case I want to make matching placemats!

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  193. For a table topper I like a square one. A table runner is a rectangle.

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  194. I use both kinds depending on the table. I have rectangle ones and square ones. Love your fabric choice for this one, including the piano key border. Thanks for sharing, Andy.
    Kathy Clayton
    kclayton77@me.com

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  195. Square is my preferred choice...can be used as wall hangings, lap quilt, baby quilt, and as intended - table topper.

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