Friday, April 8, 2011

Woot, Woot??

I'm not talking about owls. 
Talking about Lone Stars.  
But isn't she a pretty Lone Star.  
In fact, I would dare say she's not even lonely.  
She's measuring 58" square right now. 
With a border on top and bottom she'll be perfect for Holiday snuggling. 

Give me a Woot, Woot if you're interested in a Sew-Along. 
I have no idea how to do one. 
But we'll stumble along together.
I promise not to step on your toes.
It's quick and easy rotary cutting and strip sewing at it's finest. 

46 comments:

  1. I would like to do a sew along! This looks beautiful!

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  2. I'm interested...curious about the fabric requirements though...

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  3. i'll stumble along with you. excuse me while i go clear my plate!!

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  4. That turned out beautiful! I'd love to do a little sew along!

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  5. I've been thinking about doing one of these wonderful quilts. Were you reading my mind?
    I'd join a quiltalong....that makes it easier than stumbling on your own!
    Debbie in Oklahoma

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  6. Heck yeah, woot, woot...sign me up! I want to do a sewalong/quiltalong.

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  7. I always seem to be tagging behind vs. along. But I would love to keep up with you, or at at least try. So please do share how easy this really is.

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  8. Woot Woot! LOL, it's beautiful, I'd love to do a sew along. ☺

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  9. You went & stood out in the snow for us...that's wootworthy. Count me in.

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  10. Wowie! That is beautiful! I love how you put in the striped fabric! Woot~woot! I'd love to try sewing along too.

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  11. Ooh! I love it! I would love to join in a quilt-a-long. I've always wanted to make a lone star.

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  12. count me in! I've wanted to do a lone star quilt for a while, but feel a bit overwhelmed by it.

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  13. I'm making three of these lonely little stars for commission right now ... if my heart is in it by the time you've started I would love to quilt along with you ladies :) Beautiful job!!

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  14. Would totally love a sew along. Been wanting to try this for a while!

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  15. I'd be in on it! I've really wanted to do a Lone Star quilt for awhile, but I need people to hold my hand. Virtual hand-holding would be acceptable! :)

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  16. I have always wanted to make a Lone Star.....I'd love to follow your lead!

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  17. Woot Woot from a lapsed blogger but active quilter. Would love to try this design

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  18. Ohhh. I'd love a quilt-along for this. The Lone Star has been on my to-do list!

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  19. A lone star is on my list of "must do" patterns - even if they intimidate the life out of me.

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  20. its just so beautiful dar!
    please tell me you would step by step help me pick out such a gorgeous combination of colors/fabrics too!

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  21. Gorgeous and it would be a fantastic sew along! I'm definitely interested as long as we have plenty of time to select fabric!

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  22. Oh my goodness this is so tempting! I would love to make a Lone Star quilt. It's on my quilting bucket list. Can't wait to hear more!!

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  23. I am interested...it would be a fun one.

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  24. I'm in, but I think mine's gonna be a tree skirt ;)

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  25. Oh Desi, wow ... I love your Un-lonely Star!

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  26. Are you making kits? That would be even better.

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  27. Really? This looks nearly impossible, but If you do a sew along, I might be persuaded to try. It is LOVELY!

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  28. Oooh, Oooh.....Me Me Me {waving hands about wildly!!!}

    I've been wanting to make one of these for our family room, so I wouldn't do it in Christmas fabrics, but that's ok, isn't it? Not sure I could get my fabrics together in time with market coming up though. So, I might be late, but I definitely want to play!

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  29. I've been wanting to make one of these, but admittedly, was too intimidated! Teach me how, please!!

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  30. I would love to try also! Woot, Woot!
    Here's my e-mail addy, I don't have a blog.
    l.samlow@comcast.net
    Liz in MI

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  31. WOOT!! WOOT!! Yeah, I'd be in for this (if it doesn't start this month I'd be all over it). I'm wondering about fabric requirements too - Jelly Roll? Scraps? Yardage? I so love YOURS! Just beautiful.

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  32. BTW- I love quick and easy and rotary cutting. ;)

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  33. Me again! I LOVE that you are in the snow showing us your Christmas-y quilt! Who would have figured that in APRIL??? I love that Henna as your background fabric, the whole quilt is a beauty.

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  34. Oh it is so pretty! The colours are so bright!!

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  35. Oh, I would love a quilt-along with this pattern. It has been on my list to do for a long time, but it does intimidate me. Mostly, I am concerned about selection of fabric colors.

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  36. It looks hard, but if you say it's easy, I'm in for the sew along!

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  37. WOOT, I have never done one of these, I would love to try!

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  38. I would love to do this quilt along! So pretty!

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  39. Love yours so much. I made one for my daughter's wedding. But I got fouled up and ended up unpicking something from nearly every row. Worth it though.

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