9/24/2013

Wonky Triangles Pattern Release

Y'all.  I just gave birth.  Okay, not really, but it seriously feels that way after all the hard work that went into this!!  So without further ado, I would like you to meet my 9 megabyte . . .


This is my first pattern, and it is available for sale on Craftsy and Etsy!  Woo hoo! Can I get a wha-what along with some powerful fist bumps?!  Guys and gals, I could not be more excited.  I hope you are too.

So let me tell you about this pattern.

wonky triangles paper piecing pattern
  • Great for all types of levels and comes in a 29 page PDF file.
  • Features three different sizes - small (1.75"), medium (3.5"), and large (6.5")
  • Directions on how to complete a panel as well as helpful tips, which will aid in successful completion of this project
  • 22 different templates included for versatility.
  • There are a lot of design possibilities because of the ability to customize each template, including the ability to create any size you want for your panel or block! 
  • Perfect for making zip pouches, bags, pillows, table runners, quilts, sashing, or anything else your heart desires
  • Perfectly priced at $1.99.


Here is a sampling of what I have made using my pattern.

Artist's Roll using the small triangles





A sample block using the medium triangles to create a wonky chevron pattern.




A Modern and Sweet Quilt using the large triangles.




Before I share with you what is being given away, I would like to shout out a HUGE THANK YOU to all these wonderful shops who are showing their support this day by offering my readers a chance to win some fabulous prizes!  Thank you!!!  Without you, this party would have been pretty lame.





Fat Quarter Shop is offering one lucky reader a $20 gift certificate to their shop.  They offer a large selection of fabrics, so I am positive you will find something you will LOVE!





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Are you familiar with Maze & Vale?  You should be!  Her hand printed fabrics are to die for!





Leslie is offering up this extra large Sample Pack, which is 3 times the size of her standard sample packs.  It features a variety of Maze & Vale prints and colors.  This beautiful bundle is valued at $30.





Find Maze & Vale elsewhere: EtsyFacebookBlogPinterest, InstagramFlickr








My pattern is perfect for scraps, so I was thrilled when Kimberly from Poppyseed Fabrics wanted to giveaway a bag of scraps!  Poppyseed Fabrics stuffed a large bag with awesome fabrics, weighing in at 2 pounds.  This will measure approximately 8 yards of fabrics and valued at $50!  Have fun with that my friends.




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Jennifer, from Tactile Fabrics, is graciously offering up 10 fat quarters from the Zen Chic's Barcelona collection.  Blue and orange is a popular, winning combo in the sewing community.




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Erin, of Mina Prints, has graciously supplied one of my readers with a beautiful scrap pack bundle and two panels of her hand printed fabrics!  Her prints are colorful and cheery and would complement many projects.




(Giveaway is closed)

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Can't wait to win the pattern?  Buy it on Craftsy or Etsy!




201 comments:

  1. Great job NANCY -- this is a super fun pattern and I can't wait to try the large triangles to make a quilt. I'd love to win that bag of scraps but you have some awesome sponsors there.

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  2. ooh. hmm. i like the idea of a tote!

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  3. I would make a scrappy lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift. Great giveaways, thanks for the chance to win!

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  4. Probably make a baby quilt! Congrats! Rcoyle at olemiss dot edu

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  5. I'm not sure what I would make, it would be fun to use for a little quilt, but I think I might make your crayon roll with it.

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  6. I'd love to make my daughter a little tote bag!

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  7. I would love to make a very bright Christmas pillow. This pattern would be great. Please thank your sponsors for us, what a great giveaway.

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  8. I would make a cute little snuggle blanket for the couch.

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  9. I think I'd make a lovely little quilt!

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  10. I would make your wonderful Artist's roll up!

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  11. I would love to use the wonky triangles pattern to make a table runner and set of place mats. Congrats on your first pattern, Nancy! And thanks for hosting such a fab party to celebrate!

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  12. I think I would make a big tote bag, maybe as a Christmas gift!

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  13. I would make a pillow with lots of scraps. Thanks for a great giveaway and a wonderful pattern :-)

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  14. I think some pillows would be fun. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  15. I know I already made something with this pattern :) but I could not resist entering the giveaway! I still really want to make a baby quilt!

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  16. diaper bag for new granddaughter

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  17. Love this pattern. I've never done anything like that, would be fun to try. I think I'd make an artist roll for my son and a new pillow for my favorite chair. :-)

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  18. I would make a pillow. I love this pattern!!

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  19. This would make a lovely baby quilt

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  20. Congrats! I would make a baby quilt for one of the many babies coming soon!

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  21. Images of small purses are dancing in my head ...

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  22. Images of small purses are dancing in my head ...

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  23. Images of small purses are dancing in my head ...

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  24. This pattern is wonderful, the possibilities! I think that I would start by making a mini quilt for my sewing room wall

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  25. I'd make a baby quilt for my niece who is expecting her first baby soon!

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  27. First time to your site! Looks like a lot of fun. I'm going to start following. Thanks for the giveaways! With the wonky triangle pattern I would make a pillow.

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  28. Such a great pattern! I would definitely make the quilt....sooooo cute. So generous girl, love it!

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  29. Way to go! Love your new pattern ~ it's so fun and just too cute! Thanks a bunch for the chance to win one of the awesome giveaways! :-D

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  30. Oops ~ left this out of my previous comment.

    my nana maree @ yahoo . com (please remove spaces)

    thanks, again! :-D

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  31. Hey, again! Just shared on Facebook.

    Thanks a bunch!

    my nana maree @ yahoo . com :~D

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  32. I would make a tote! thanks!

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  33. Gorgeous - I would make a cushion and a quilt! I think I will but it anyways because I NEED it NOW!!!! Awesome!!!

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  34. I think I might start with some pillows.

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  35. I like your artist roll, i might start with that

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  37. I love the little baby quilt - they look like little trees! LOVE!

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  38. I'd love to make a baby quilt:)

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  39. Fabulous! I love it and I haven't seen anything quite like it.

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  40. Cute pattern! Perfect for a tote with coordinating accessories, like a key fob and a makeup bag. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  41. I'd make a quilt...or a tote bag, I'm kinda torn :)

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  42. Fab, versatile pattern and an amazing giveaway

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  43. This would make a great pattern for a new dog bed for my beloved Monty!

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  44. I'm very excited about this! It looks so fun and versatile!

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  45. I'd make some potholders and pouches for handmade xmas gifts!

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  46. I'd make some potholders and pouches for handmade xmas gifts!

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  47. I'm planning a quilt for my grandchild who loves shapes and bright colors! Wow, would all this fabric help to make it a great quilt.

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  48. Anonymous9/24/2013

    My grandson a bright quilt

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  49. For once I want to make a quilt for me...I've been quilting for years but everyone has gotten one before me ;)

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  50. I would make a quilt and a table runner!!!! So excited to follow your blog:))))

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  51. Table runner, matching placemats, matching hot pads, chair pads.

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  52. I would make a throw blanket

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  53. Wow, what a great pattern. I would make a pillow to start. I like to test new patterns on something small first. Then, probably a quilt. I do love the artist roll too.

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  54. I'd love to make a baby quilt with your pattern!

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  55. A quilt for sure and some matching pillow cases! This pattern would work perfectly for a toddlers room! Love it and congrats!

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  56. The first thing I would make is a pouch like stitchingandbacon!

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  57. I'm just getting into sewing and this looks like a great giveaway!!

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  58. I would make a quilt for my new little nephew :)

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  59. I love the quilt you made--I'd have to go for a quilt!

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  60. I'd probably make a quilt, and maybe try a tote?

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  61. I'm in a medallion-along and I think this would make great borders! Thanks for the chance!

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  62. What a giveaway! I'd definitely make a quilt for my bed. I've been looking for something that seems easy but looks impressive! Thanks!

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  63. Super cute pattern! I would definitely make a quilt first! A wall quilt would be really cute using the different sizes! And, WOW, what an awesome giveaway too

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  64. How about a Christmas wonky triangle table runner? I have so many Christmas scraps that would be perfect!

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  65. I think they would make a great baby quilt. It would be so interesting for a baby to see.

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  66. I would make a tote bag and pouches to match!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  67. A simple baby quilt for my little girl!

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  68. I would love to make a lap quilt for watching tv. Thanks.

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  69. I would definitely make a little pouch

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  70. That artist roll is so cute! Great prizes!

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  71. I would love to make a quilt with this great prize!

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  72. Love this.. Would make a pillow.. and a baby blanket/quilt..

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  73. I would make a basket for my scraps.

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  74. Would love to try that artist roll for my nieces!

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  75. I would make a quilt or a bag. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  76. I'd love to make a quilt border with these triangles!

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  77. I would love to try to make a quilt! I love yours!

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  78. I think I would use it to make borders on Christmas handtowels for gifts.

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  79. I would love to make some fancy tea towels! Congratulations on this beautiful pattern!

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  80. I'd probably start with a table runner to practice paper piecing, then go on to bigger things from there! Congratulations, and thanks to everyone!

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  81. I would totally make the artists roll for my niece. She is a budding Monet!! Awesome pattern. Thanks!

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  82. I'd make a table runner, I've been looking for inspiration!

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  83. I'd make some sort of Christmas table runner.

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  84. i'd make a big pillow.

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  85. I'd make a baby quilt for sure!!

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  86. I would make a mini quilt for my sewing space or the quilt.
    (majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

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  87. I adore your wonky triangles! Will aim to make something with this technique.

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  88. What a fabulous giveaway! I can't wait to make your Wonky Triangles.

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  89. Fantastic giveaway! Think I'll start with a pillow cover of those Wonky Triangles! So cute!

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  90. Congrats what a great first pattern, I am so excited for you :-)

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  91. I love your fresh modern look. Am now follower. I have great nieces who love your designs and ideas, so pencil rills will be their first and one has asked for cushions for her bed. She loves color.

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  92. Oh the possibilities!

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  93. Notebook covers would be first on my list.

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  94. I would like to make a zipper pouch

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  95. I need to make a laptop case and this is a great way to use up scraps of all my favorites for myself!

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  96. This would be perfect for a baby quilt! That's what I would make.

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  97. How neat! I'd love to make a quilt! Thanks for sharing.
    Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  98. What a great pattern! Congrats to you as I know there's a lot of hard work in pattern making especially with all the options you are providing! shaenaot@gmail.com

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  99. You are awesome. mega awesome.

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  100. Cute pattern! I would make a cute tote for my granddaughters.

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  101. I would make a comfy lap quilt!

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  102. I would make another big quilt

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  103. I would make a crayon roll for my grandson in WA state! Great pattern.

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  104. I would make a table runner!

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  105. Congratulations on your pattern launch! I'd make a bunch of zippered pouches for Christmas gifts. What a great scrapbuster!

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  106. I would make a wall hanging for my little studio, & a baby quilt

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  107. I would make some awesome wonky triangle zippy pouches!

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  108. I'd make a quilt!

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  109. I'd make a large tote bag to start. Thanks.

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  110. What a great giveaway. Your pattern looks so fun - I'd love to make a small quilt and a bunch of zipper pouches. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  111. A pouch possibly

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  112. I've been planning a wonky triangle quilt. Can't wait to try your pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  113. First I would make the Artist Roll!

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  114. A bag or a quilt. So fun. Thanks.

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  115. A wonky quilt would be fun but maybe a bag. You never have enough.

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  116. A bed runner would look so cute in this pattern !!

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  117. I think I'll make an artist's roll for my daughter-in-law for Christmas. Thank you for the inspiration and the tutorial.

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  118. A pouch to hold my hexies. hayleymstephens at gmail dot com

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  119. I love all things wonky! They match my life :)

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  120. love your wonky triangles!!!!!! seriously - you rock! I will be sharing with all my paper piece loving friends - and I have quite a few lol.

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  121. Ooooo- insert panels for a square dance skirt!

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  122. I would love to make mug rugs and baby quilts with this adorable pattern!

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  123. I would love to make a baby blanket with this pattern. Thanks!

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  124. Paper Piecing is my new addiction! Love your pattern! :D

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  125. I would make a quilt with the wonky triangles pattern.

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  126. LOve, loVe, lovE this new pattern! I hope I win, but if I don't I'm going to buy it anyway and am pulling fabrics out right now to make a table runner for the Fall. Congrats on a great pattern!

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  127. First, Thank you for such a generous giveaway and a chance to win!! Second, love that pattern! I think I would make a nice throw quilt for my couch to show off that pattern and some pretty fabric. I am sure it would be a great conversation starter! Thank you again!!

    Ashley @ PapertoThread

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  128. I think this would make an adorable tote bag for my little one. =)

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  129. I think a cool tote would be on the list, and Christmas table runner too x

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  130. Woot! Woot! Wha-What, two fist bumps and a big Congratulations on your new pattern! Looks really neat and I can't wait to make one of your roll up bags, one for my grandson and one for myself.

    Thank you and all the generous sponsors for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  131. I'd love to put this pattern onto a tote bag! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  132. Reusable snack pouches for my little people - big ones too ;)

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  133. Bought the pattern as I want to make the Artist Roll! Super cute.

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  134. I would make a tote, pillow, or whatever. Also congrats to you and thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  135. The quilt pattern reminds me of trees so that's what I'd like to sew a tree quilt - maybe with a subtle Christmas vibe

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  136. I would make a Christmas quilt with the wonky triangles pattern.

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  137. I follow on bloglovin.

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  138. I love the artist roll and my daughter is a painter, so that would be perfect! Thanks!

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  139. These would make a beautiful tote bag for a senior citizen. My group makes and donates quilts, bags and other items to a nursing home.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  140. The artist roll would be perfect for my artist daughter.

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  141. Jennie9/25/2013

    Thanks for the giveaway! I want to get in to quilting, so I think I'd like to try and make a table runner for my "new" mid-century table!

    Jennie
    jennie50000 at hotmail dot com

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  142. I would make a lap quilt to keep in my car!

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  143. Hi I would make a placemat and table runner very cute pattern thanks for the fun

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  144. I want to make my first quilt!

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  145. I would make a baby quilt!

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  146. Congratulations! HOw exciting for you. I would make a quilt!

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  147. These triangles would be great border. A little mini for my sewing space would be awesome!

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  148. I would make a holliday table topper

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  149. How exciting! Congrats on your first paper peiced pattern, and great job with the giveaways!

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  150. Your pattern looks very interesting...... congratulations!
    Would love to win a copy and the fabric packs are awesome.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  151. Lovely pattern, I would make a baby quilt for a colleague who is expecting her first daughter. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  152. I really like the crayon roll with the small triangles. But, realistically, I'd probably do the medium and large triangles and make a table runner, bed runner, or baby quilt. :D

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  153. Cute pattern! I like the quilt in the solids, it looks clean and fresh so I'd probably make one of those. :)

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  154. I would love to make an overnight bag with this pattern! congrats! Thank you!

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  155. I would LOVE to a make my friend a twin-sized quilt using the wonky triangles pattern! Love it!

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  156. An amazing giveaway! Would made a quilt I reckon

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  157. I love the wonky triangles! So cute for a baby quilt for my cousin's new boy!

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  158. I'd use your wonky triangles for a quilt border, like mon petit lyons! :)

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  159. I'd make a wonky triangle (christmas tree) mini holiday quilt.

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  160. Congrats on the super cute pattern! It would be awesome for an iPad cover. Hint, hint Mr husband.

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  161. I would make a quilt or a tote. Thanks for sharing your lovely quilt. I love the colors...

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  162. I'm in a mini swap that'll be starting soon. If this is anything like her style I'd make a mini from these for the swap!

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  163. I would make a baby quilt for my cousin! mls.bartholomew [at] gmail.com

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  164. I think I'd try out a pillow first.

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  165. I want to use them in a scrappy quilt im making

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  166. Congrats on the pattern. I'm making lap quilts for friends this X-Mas. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  167. I think I would make some placemats

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  168. I think the pattern is wonderful to make some quilts to my daughters bedroom.

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  169. This pattern would be great for some zipper pouches!

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  170. Great Pattern! Love the wonkiness of it! Thank you for this great giveaway!

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

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  171. Great Pattern! Love the wonkiness of it! Thank you for this great giveaway!

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

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  172. Great Pattern! Love the wonkiness of it! Thank you for this great giveaway!

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

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  173. I would use the pattern as the front and back panels on a Noodlehead Super Tote - a big bag looking for some piecing goodness. Thanks for the humongous give away!

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  174. Such a beautiful pattern! One of my 31 by 31 goals is to sew a quilt. This may be the pattern!

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  175. I would definitely start with a pillow sham for my daughter's room! The pattern looks great--congratulations!

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  176. I would make my family a Christmas quilt - something that looks like a winter forest.

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  177. i follow on gfc thanks would make a quilt.

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  178. I'd love to make a pillow for my couch

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  179. I would make wall hanging. Thx.

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  180. I would love to make a quilt or the artist roll! Thank you for a great giveaway.

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  181. I'm a sucker for fabric, so I'm hoping to win one of those gift cards. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  182. Zip pouches and pillows - definitely!

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  183. Anonymous9/29/2013

    Mini-quilt

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  184. Anonymous9/29/2013

    Totes, bags.

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  185. Congratulations, it's lovely! Would make a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  186. Congratulations, it's lovely! Would make a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  187. I would absolutely make a super cute skirt for both myself and my granddaughter!!

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  188. I have never done triangles before so I might start small with a zip pouch, working through a tote before hitting the big time with a baby quilt!!

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  189. I would make a quilt of course. I'm also in need of a scrap bag/pincushion - so I see one of those being made as well!

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  190. i would make a quilt. because, really. quilts are the best. :)

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  191. I would make a quilt. I LOVE quilts. :)

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  192. love this pattern! I've got a table runner in mind and if that goes well... (a long overdue) bedspread for my boys!

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  193. I would make a table runner for my bookcase! I need one in holiday colors.

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  194. My sad, sorry couch is in need of a wonky triangles cushion to give it a little lift and spunk!

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  195. I have so many ideas that I could use this pattern for! Thank you for the giveaways. Love maze and vale!!!

    Kathy

    ktwoods@optusnet.com.au

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  196. I think it would lend itself to a lovely holiday quilt for the living room. I am going to check out some of those wonderful sponsors of yours!
    Thanks!

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