Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Fast & Fun Lap Quilts Book

Hey there - I have a finished quilt, a new book, AND a giveaway to share with you all today! 

My friend Melissa Corry has written a new book called Fast & Fun Lap Quilts and I'm delighted to be a part of the book tour.

Dutch Days quilt made by Andy Knowlton found on A Bright Corner quilt blog

Confession time: I own all of Melissa's previous books (I'm a big fan) and I really like her style. She's a talented designer who has a knack for designing quilts that look complicated but really aren't. 

Quilts from the Fast and Fun Lap Quilts book found on A Bright Corner quilt blog

There are 9 total quilt patterns in this book, and all can be made using a single Layer Cake (a pack of precut 10" squares). If you're a quilter that loves sewing with Layer Cakes, this book will be a great resource for you! 

Quilts from the Fast and Fun Lap Quilts book found on A Bright Corner quilt blog

The Fast & Fun Lap Quilts book is available now - ask your local shop about it, or you can find a copy here on Amazon and here from the Fat Quarter Shop. If you'd like a signed copy, Melissa has some in her shop!

Dutch Days quilt made by Andy Knowlton found on A Bright Corner quilt blog

I used the Dutch Days pattern to make my quilt. You'd think by looking at it that there must have been a lot of half square triangles to make and square up but there were none! 

Melissa designed a really clever way to piece these blocks and I enjoyed making them. They're nice, large blocks - 16" x 16" and the quilt needs 16 blocks. 

The finished quilt is a generous size: 72" x 72"

Dutch Days quilt made by Andy Knowlton found on A Bright Corner quilt blog

For my quilt I used a Layer Cake of Songbook A New Page fabrics designed by Fancy That Design House & Co. for Moda Fabrics. I love the rich, fall-inspired colors in this fabric line! They're so perfect for this time of year, and they worked really well with this quilt pattern.

For the background fabric I used Moda Bella 285 - it's a lovely off-white that goes so well with these prints. 

Songbook A New Page fabric found on A Bright Corner quilt blog

I wanted this quilt to be a cozy one so I backed it in a camel-colored minky fabric. I love the weight of minky-backed quilts, don't you?

The binding fabric is one of the teal prints from the Songbook A New Page fabric line. (You can see it better in the photo above.)

The Songbook A New Page precuts are available now in shops, and the yardage should be arriving soon!

Dutch Days quilt made by Andy Knowlton found on A Bright Corner quilt blog


Ready for the giveaway? 

I have a Layer Cake of Songbook A New Page to share with one of you!


Giveaway closed - thank you everyone!
the winner is Janet Leckington (comment #36)

To enter to win the Layer Cake, leave a comment below letting me know which quilt from Melissa's book you'd like to make (you can see them all here on her blog)

  • Leave a comment on this post to enter, please include your email address
  • Giveaway ends on Wednesday November 9 at 6pm MST
  • I'll randomly choose a winner and notify them via email
  • Open to everyone 
A big thank you to Moda Fabrics for providing the Layer Cake for the giveaway!

Dutch Days quilt made by Andy Knowlton found on A Bright Corner quilt blog


Quilt Details:
72" x 72"
Pattern: Dutch Days from the Fast & Fun Lap Quilts book

Quilted on a Handi Quilter Fusion with Pro-Stitcher





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Dutch Days quilt made by Andy Knowlton found on A Bright Corner quilt blog



232 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilt. Please sign me up for the giveaway!

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  2. What a beautiful quilt, Andy - and you had me with 'no HST's to trim' :)! The block does look like there are a lot of HST's in there to trim. Love, love the backing you chose for this quilt. The first quilt I would make from this book is - Three in a Row, then I would try the pattern you chose.

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  3. So hard to pick which quilt first, they all look so fun. But perhaps diamond dash.

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  4. Love the Dutch Days pattern! Smithcindyk@gmail.com

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  5. Your quilt is beautiful! I love all of the quilt patterns in this book, and would make them all. For my first one, I would use Aurora. it is such a fun pattern.

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  6. I love your Dutch Days quilt!! I just may need to make one also! Songbook A New Page is just beautiful!

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  7. Looooooooove the patterns and your choice of fabric is fresh and exciting, especially the backing.

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  8. I would love to win this book and make the three in a row quilt.

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  9. The Dutch Days quilt and the Three in a Row quilt …i like them both. damncat@prodigy.net

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  10. What wizardry is the Dutch days quilt? Very cool, that’s what I would make :)

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  11. I would definitely make the Dutch days pattern! odskathy@gmail.com

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  12. There’s more than one. I would start with Three in a Row and then do Merry Go Round & Dutch Days.

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  13. I would agree with the others--Dutch Days looks so great with fabric!!

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  14. All the quilts are beautiful but I would make the Aurora quilt first. I really like the big sized blocks also. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  15. Love the quilt pattern you chose! It’s perfect for the fabric collection you chose! I also love the cover quilt Jacks!

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  16. I love the Dutch Days pattern. The fabric you chose looks fabulous. I will be making this one.

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  17. I think I would like to make the Dutch Days pattern, I really like the big blocks!

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  18. I love Dutch Days and will make that quilt for sure! The book looks great also. I have layer cakes I made myself with fat quarters and yardage so I am ready for this quilt! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  19. DUTCH DAYS is my favorite love the fabric choice.

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  20. I'm excited about the Passport to Quilting and your Dutch Days quilt is beautiful!

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  21. What a great book, I've added it to my Christmas wish list! The first quilt I'd make is Jacks. lisa.olson722@gmail.com

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  22. I really like Melissa's Aurora quilt, but Treasured is a close second!

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  23. Such pretty quilts. I love the one on the cover, Jacks! Melissa's quilts are lovely.

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  24. Dutch Days would be my choice, although the others are very pretty too.

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  25. I so want to make the Dutch Days!

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  26. Keystone Corners looks great! Rainyglade@comcast.net

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  27. I love Melissa Cory and have been reading her blog for years. I would love to make the quilt, Keystone Corners. I have enjoyed seeing all the quilts in her book.
    mcgill@ullrey.net

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  28. I think all the quilts are beautiful but I really love the quilt on the cover. I don't know it''s name. Does it have a name?! jeanellen@rushmore.com Thank you for this opportunity:)

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  29. My favorite would be Aurora.

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  30. I am drawn to Aurora. This book is on my Christmas wish list.

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  31. I love her patterns and it’s hard to choose. They’re fresh, modern, and scrappy. I think either Three in a Row or Keystone Corners.

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  32. I want to make your sample and in those fabrics, its so pretty!! I used the original Songbook fabric to make a quilt that will be raffled this weekend.

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  33. I love the diamond dash. Can’t resist a churn dash quilt!! Thank you I’m valeriepyland@yahoo.com

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  34. Janetleckington@gmail.comNovember 2, 2022 at 8:26 AM

    I love that Dutch Days quilt. It looks so fun!! I just got an autographed cipy of her book at Utah Quilt festival!! I like ger patterns a lot!!

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  35. I'd choose the same pattern you did, Dutch Days. Love this fabric, thank you for the giveaway

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  36. Dutch Days is my first choice!

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  37. Such a well chosen fabric choice for a quilt called Dutch Days. The rich warmth of the colours remind me of the Dutch Masters paintings.
    I would love to make this very same quilt myself …. A Dutch girl who quilts πŸ˜‰ joannagroen@ yahoo.com

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  38. Beautiful! Dutch Days would be the first for me too.
    sewandrea@outlook.com

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  39. Dutch Days or Three in a Row would be my choices!

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  40. I love this pattern you made Dutch days ill definitely want to make it

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  41. Dutch Days is my favorite and already have two people to make and give too.

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  42. I think Jacks would be a good one to make. Although, your Dutch Days is really pretty with that fabric.....

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  43. There are so many beautiful quilts in the book, but I think I would make Aurora first.

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  44. I really like Aurora and Puzzle Box. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. Hands down, its Dutch Days -- love the look of the blocks. It would be a fun quilt to make! Deb E mdenders@msn.com

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  46. This book looks great! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. I would start with Puzzle Box and goon from there. Looks like a great book!

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  48. Love both Aurora and Dutch Days! Can’t wait to make both! Shannon reallyred@gmail.com

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  49. Dutch days is my favorite, love 1/2 square triangles. Would love to win. Thank you! Kendra Newton kendranewton76@gmail.com

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  50. So many to choose from, but Three in a Row or Puzzle Box jump out. Thanks for the chance for your giveaway.

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  51. I would love to make the Dutch Days quilt!!! Janellcm@yahoo.com

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  52. Aurora is probably my favorite though I'd love to try several others too. I'm at amityquilter2008 at gmail.com

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  53. I love all the quilts from the book but my favorite is the Aurora quilt

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  54. It's a tossup between Treasured and Dutch Days, but I like several of the other quilts in the book, too. Your version of Dutch Days looks Terrific. ochterbeckj at gmail dot com

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  55. I love your Dutch Days and would like to make that one too! Thanks for the chance to win. AColorfullLife@gmail.com

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  56. Love Dutch Days!!!!!

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  57. So many beautiful quilts in her book! I would like to make a Jacks quilt first, but I could make all of these quilts! ♥️

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  58. I'd love to make ALL of the quilts in this book! However the Dutch Days one you made with that fabric looks so fabulous! I'd start with that one πŸ˜„

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  59. Love the Dutch Days quilt. kkhaugen51@aol.com

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  60. Your quilt if beautiful - would love to make the Aurora.

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  61. I maybe would sew Keystone Corners first since I live in the Keystone State. Thank you.

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  62. Three in a Row is so cute! rachelknecht at gmail.com

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  63. Dutch Days, yours is beautiful

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  64. Susan Daddio, such wonderful designs and beautiful quilting

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  66. All the quilts in the book are so pretty! I would love to make the Diamond Dash and I have the perfect layer cake in mind to do this one.

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  67. There are several quilts in this book that I'd love to make. Dutch Days is by far my first choice! patti(dot)mcg(at)verizon(dot)net

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  68. Your Dutch days is so pretty! I would love to make that. The book has so many pretty quilts!

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  69. Well, now that I've seen your Dutch Days quilt, I am interested in making that pattern! Thank you for sharing it, and for this giveaway.

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  70. Dutch Days is very pretty and would be my first choice to make. florence_richardson(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  71. I am interested in making the Dutch Days quilt and seeing this clever piecing technique!

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  72. I LOVE Melissa and her style, too. I think I have all her older books, so gotta have the new one. This DUTCH DAYS is fabulous! Probably my NEED to make.

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  73. Beautiful fabrics!! I would like to make the Dutch Days quilt.
    Anne at rightler dot com

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  74. How to choose a favorite! I think Jacks is what drew me to this book in the beginning, but Aurora and Puzzle Box keep calling my name, too.

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  75. I really fell in love with Aurora, though there are several I would love to make!

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  76. There are several quilts I’d like to make from her book. The first one I’m going to make is diamond dash.

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  77. I love Puzzle Box!

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  78. I like Dutch Days to start with. And winning the layer cake would be a great start.

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  79. It is hard to pick one, but Dutch Days would be tied for first. Thanks for sharing.

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  80. Dutch days would be my first. Thank you

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  81. I really like the Puzzle Box pattern. hahne7@yahoo.com

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  82. Dutch Days would be my favorite. I have a layer cake in mind for this one!πŸ˜‰

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  83. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery-I love your quilt! I would choose Dutch Days and the fabric is perfect!

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  84. Love the Aurora and also the Dutch Days...Maybe both? :-) ksa127@yahoo.com

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  85. Such great designs! I am thinking right now my favorite is Dutch Days! Beautiful work on your quilt and love the minky backing!

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  86. Lots of fun quilts to choose from, but I'm drawn to Dutch Days for some reason.

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  87. My favorite is Aurora followed by Dutch Days.
    cmdorsey@hotmail.com
    Your quilt is beautiful.

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  88. i would like to do jacks….thanks. Baker2038@aol.com

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  89. So many are cute but I especially like Aurora. Ghowes320@aol.com

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  90. Beautiful 🀩 quilt! Love the fabric too!

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  91. I want to make Keystone Corners! suzysnowflake1984@gmail.com

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  92. I would choose Dutch Days, love it! Email is kayleyann92@gmail.com

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  93. I would choose Dutch Days or Jacks!! All of the patterns are super cute and I have this book on my Christmas wish list πŸ˜†

    Beckysuesews@gmail.com

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  94. My name is Vicky. I would love to make Dutch Days. I can’t find a way to give you my email privately. It seems to only allow for public posting and I don’t want my email public.

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  95. Great quilt anf beautiful fabric. I will have to add the book on my Christmas list.
    valenciaag@yahoo.com

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  96. I like the complicated look of the blocks without the work. I would like to make seasonal or scrappy pillows using the Dutch Days block.
    email: peonypatch71@outlook.com

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  97. I would make the Jacks quilt! Reminds me of days gone by! Qltdiva1@fuse.ney

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  98. Love this pattern and the fabric!! kellys@iquest.net

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  99. Love the one you made - Dutch Days. And I love Moda fabrics πŸ’—

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  100. Dutch Days or Keystone Corners. This is lovely!

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  101. Dutch Days for sure! I love your version of it.

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  102. I’m in love with the Dutch Days pattern! Pick me! Retired@crlodge.com

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  103. Love this pattern! I would make Dutch Days for sure! shannonharris8@gmail.com

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  104. I love the quilt Treasured from her book. I also love working with Layer Cakes. spiritedsunflower69@gmail.com

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  105. Beautiful quilt, hope I can get my favourite quilt store here in Canada to bring the book in, Lorraine

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  106. Diamond Dash would be my choice if I were lucky enough to win.

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  107. Layer cakes are my fav precut. Love your version!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  108. I just love this, and the fabric too! And I’ve been saving some fabric for the perfect pattern, and this may be it!! lat0209@gmail.com

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  109. No question! Merry-go-round is my absolute favorite.
    naamah (dot) newth (at) gmail (dot) com

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  110. I would like to make the quilt Three in a Row. It reminds me of hugs & kisses. petuniakr@aol.com

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  111. Elaine SatterfieldNovember 2, 2022 at 4:48 PM

    Lovely quilt and book!! I think I might start with Aurora. So sweet and pretty!! createjoyquilt@gmail.com

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  112. I would love to make the puzzle box quilt!!!! I'm an addicted newbie quilter and would love to give it a try. Michelle.fisk@outlook.com

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  113. I think I would make Dutch Days, but I also like Aurora! Both look awesome! And I love the fabric. I made a quilt using her first Songbook and have it hanging in my living room :) jhb5575@gmail.com

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  114. My favorite so far has been Diamond Dash. Dutch days is a close second, though! Scotties4me@gmail.com

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  115. These are all great, but I’m intrigued by the Dutch Days and Treasured. I also love the layer cake you’re giving away!

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  116. Love this quilt as I love big block quilts, so this would be the one I'd make. Do you use batting when you use minky on the back. I've never used minky but have tried a product called fireside. Albowbrick@gmail.com

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  117. I really like Keystone Corners. I think I need to get Melissa’s book so I can make it. My email is cswilliams1974@hotmail.com.

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  118. I would definitely choose the puzzle box one! But also would love touse the same pattern you chose! It's so pretty!
    Email: sarahridings18@gmail.com

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  119. I love all those patterns but am particularlydrawn to the Dutch Days for a wedding gift next fall for my oldest niece--plenty of time for me to work on that project! Yours looks fabulous!
    email: lsmann711@earthlink.net

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  120. I love the fabrics in this layer cake! I would like to make the Aurora quilt with it! Dthadlock@msn.com

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  121. So pretty! Love the Dutch days pattern.
    jcson7565@yahoo.com

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  122. I like all the quilts but Merry stands out!
    Kathleen.kerr71@gmail.com

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  123. Oh my! Puzzle box for me!

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  124. I love the quilt and fabric you used! All of Melissa's patterns are great!! Photocropper@hotmail.com

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  125. I would definitely make Dutch Days and Three in a row next.

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  126. I would make Jacks, in bright fabrics on a dark background. br_sutcliffe@yahoo.co.uk

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  127. I love the Dutch Days quilt -it looks greats. I am interested in the smaller quilts right now for gifts - this book will probably be coming home with me. I love to see everything you professionals create- It inspires me to go into my sewing room. Thanks for sharing.

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  128. I love a great layer cake pattern! Thanks for the chance to win. dianemccandless@msn.com

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  129. The patterns are super cute and I adore the fabric. I think I like aurora the best of them all. Sarah@burleys.org

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  130. I love Melissa's style too and her quilt patterns are always a favorite place to pick something new. One great one I love in her newest book is Three In a Row. I think this would be so adorable as a baby gift! Your quilt is a gorgeous one!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  131. I like the Diamond Dash, and Puzzle Box. Thanks so much for the giveaway! Email - goldwingshari@gmail.com

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  132. i would do puzzle box!! all the patterns are beautiful though. mgjohnson2622@gmail.com

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  133. Dutch Days is my favorite. Thank you for the giveaway chance. mlou121057@aol.com

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  134. Diamond dash and Dutch days! Love this fabric! andrea.lindquist@gmail.com

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  135. I love Treasured! nicoleljohnson10@gmail

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  136. It would definitely have to be Dutch Days for me - both of my parents' families were Dutch!

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  137. This looks like a great book! I am stuck between "Treasured" and "Dutch Days" as my favorites.

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  138. I would make "Treasured" if I could choose my favorite! Your quilt is beautiful!

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  139. I would make Diamond Dash. lindamae1022@gmail.com

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  140. Pitcherperfectcrafts@gmail.comNovember 2, 2022 at 8:20 PM

    Hard to pick but I really like Jacks

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  141. So many cute quilts! Three in a Row and Dutch Days are two faves, but others are close behind! sejohns96@yahoo.com

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  142. I would make the Aurora quilt first. I love the “movement” in the design. Thanks for the giveaway!
    k.castanette@hotmail.com

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  143. I’ve already ordered the book and I’m going to make Dutch Days first!! Yours is gorgeous! Suemakesquilts@gmail.com

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  144. Beautiful Dutch Days quilt. I love using minky as a backing especially on kid quilts.
    I can't decide if I like Puzzle Box, Three in a Row or Merry Go Round best.
    billiwickey@yahoo.com

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  145. I think I would like to do the Aurora pattern. It looks beautiful! Thanks for sharing her book with us and offering this lovely giveaway! houstong1966@gmail.com

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  146. I think I would make Aurora first. Lots of great options! Dsb448@att.net

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  147. Since I am of Dutch decent, I would like to make “Dutch Days”. So fun.

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  148. It’s hard to tell the name of the quilt, since the names are on top of each other on my screen, but the X’s and O’s One πŸ˜€

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  149. Three in a Row looks like a bunch of fun! I would start with that one!

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  150. I love your Dutch Days so would make that one first - next Merry Go Round!!

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  151. After seeing yours, now I need it as well. It’s just so comfy! I also love the Aurora pattern and would use the new Lella Boutique Christmas line. sarasdivinedesign@gmail.com

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  152. Jacks caught my eye first, but I love so many of them!

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  153. Hard to pick, however love the Dutch Days best.

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  154. Don’t we all love to sew fast! I think Puzzle Box is a lovely design. Regards, Susan (susansnooks135@gmail.com)

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  155. I really love the one you did. But they are all so pretty. I also really like Treasured, Puzzle Box and Diamond Dash. Now I'm going to have to buy the book!
    bevanandleanne1@gmail.com

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  156. Love Melissa's patterns and her classes at retreats so much❤️ My fav pattern is Three in a Row😍

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  157. Love Melissa's patterns and her classes at retreats so much❤️ My fav pattern is Three in a Row😍 Luv2cre84u@gmail.com

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  158. I think I would make Keystone Corners first.

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  159. Dutch days definitely my email is Deebriese@yahoo.com. I cannot seem to get my Google account to work

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  160. Awesome quilt, I love the colors, I wonder how it would look using scraps? rowe72@sbcglobal.net

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  161. Vickie vabellmt@gmail.comNovember 3, 2022 at 5:12 AM

    I Would choose the Aurora quilt from the new book !

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  162. Thank you for the giveaway. Your quilt is stunning!!

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  163. This quilt is AH-mazing… and the fabrics are drool worthy! Cindy@longarmquilter.net

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  164. I think it would have to be Dutch Days! It caught my eye a few days ago on a post, love it. ❣️ Susan (sgengelbrecht@gmail.com)

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  165. It’s hard to decide but my favorite is the Dutch Days quilt. I have someone in mind to make this quilt for. Lovely fabric line. kcourtright7@gmail.com

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  166. Dutch Days is striking.
    cheryl.austin310@gmail.com

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  167. I like puzzle box the best. Nancydotsumneratcomcastdotnet

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  168. I love Treasure, I believe it is the cover quilt. My email is colemansharon@me.com

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  169. The Dutch Days pattern is what brought me here. I definitely want to make it! peters_mm@yahoo.com

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  170. I really want to make Aurora, but your Dutch Days is lovely.

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  171. Love your quilt and the Bella 285 I plan to use this on my next quilt navmar22@gmail.com

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  172. There are several quilts in the book I would love to make, but Aurora is my favorite!
    anns828@yahoo.com

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  173. This is stunning! Love it! boo66baby@gmail.com

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  174. really love them all but would make Aurora or Jacks first!

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  175. I had Puzzle Box on my radar as one to make, and seeing your quilt has inspired me to add Dutch Days to my list as well. Beautiful!

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  176. Love your quilt. I really like Aurora, but what if you made a sampler with all the blocks from the quilts πŸ€”πŸ’•

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  177. I really like the Jacks quilt, but Dutch Days is speaking to me!

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  178. This is absolutely gorgeous! Samhubbs34@gmail.com

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  179. I would make the "Three in a row" quilt or the "Dutch days". Yours turned out so beautiful. janine_remily@hotmail.com

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  180. I love your quilt made from the layer cake! Love the colors and design
    Pam Fenlon raymondfenlon@gmail.com

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  182. I love the Aurora quilt pattern. The songbook fabric is beautiful! hbretall@gmail.com

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  183. Well....I love the fabric and the Dutch Days pattern! Especially if the half-square triangles don't need much trimming! The Songbook designs are just wonderful.

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  184. Love this quilt...so soft looking.

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  185. I love the Dutch Days pattern and this Songbook fabric is just gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  186. I love the Dutch days quilt!! If I had to pick another one to try it would be Jacks! Email is chapelroseoils@gmail.com πŸ€—

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  187. My favorite is the Dutch Days you made, but I’d make Aurora as well. Love this layer cake. Thanks for the chance! Mceddins@earthlink.net

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  188. The Dutch Days pattern is also my favorite; it reminds me of the windmills in the Netherlands. golfingofcourse@gmail.com

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  189. I LOVE your quilt, so beautiful!! I’d make Dutch days or Jacks but so hard to choose. Julisummerdunn@gmail.com

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  190. I love all the patterns but I would love to make Dutch Days with holiday fabrics. vtgknz@gmail.com

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  191. Brenda Baughman bbaughman@verizon.netNovember 3, 2022 at 7:13 PM

    I love Aurora

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  192. I love DutchDays. I can see it in Cal colors, but honestly, I love the fabric you chose

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