Thursday, January 26, 2012

Scoot on Over for Giveaway Day! Over

Update: Congrats to Just Ann #122!!
Some Riley Blake will be coming your way.


Cute new Little Boy precuts in --
Scoot by Deena Rutter

Helicopters, trains, planes, trucks, dots, scooters, wagons & much more.



I grabbed the 48 charm square pack &
was dying to use my
Lil' Twister
.


I didn't want all of my pinwheels squished next to each other,
plus I was trying to make my charm pack stretch,
so I put 5" white polka dot squares in between.

First, you sew all of the 5" squares together
& put a border on.



Then you put the Lil' Twister on the quilt top
at the intersections & cut. Pretty easy.

There is some waste, I'm pointing at it.
I cut those 'waste' pieces into squares &
can use them on my quilt back
or on another project.


Next you just put it together
like a puzzle & sew.

Little squares sew up pretty quick.


Looks like you did a lot of cutting & sewing
to get those fantastic little blocks.
But not so much.

I like these fatter pinwheels --
there's isn't the bulk at the center point.
Oh,
& I like the fabric too!
Thought this block worked super
with the little Scoot prints.



It's giveaway day!!
To enter the drawing for a Scoot charm pack or
any other Riley Blake charm pack,
leave a comment.

Random drawing later tonight.


185 comments:

  1. Very cute! It looks great with those fabrics, and I love your white spot too!

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  2. Gorgeous fabric = gorgeous quilt. I have got to get me one of those lil' twister thingies. On my wishlist for when the quilt convention comes to town!

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  3. whoever thought of that gadget is a genius! I really want to make a lil twister. Love the fabrics too :)

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  4. I just love the new Scoot - and the use of the twister makes for a fun quilt (have the template - now need the fabric).

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  5. I JUST bought the Lil Twister this week with part of my birthday gift certificate. I haven't used it yet, but you are totally tempting me to drag it out after seeing your quilt. LOVE.IT. AND I love your fabric, too. Thank you for the chance. I'd love to win! :0)

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  6. I just bought that Lil' Twister tonight. What size is your adorable quilt?

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  7. Thanks for the chance to win

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  8. Ahhh that is amazing (I am such a beginner that all things that make quilting easier are amazing to me)

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  9. Such cute fabric, and I love the lil' twisters! I've seen them, but I'm a newbie and don't know much about them. They are amazing!

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  10. Adorable! That was the perfect fabric to use with the Lil Twister. I just bought that ruler and can't wait to try it out. I especially like the use of the neutral fabric in between. Definitely going to have to give that a shot :)

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  11. That looks gorgeous.. I've been wanting to try a Lil Twister for ages.. just have too many WIPs to complete first!

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  12. What a cool idea! Love your pinwheels :)

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  13. I love the quilt you've made! I'd like to make one just like it!!

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  14. Your little twister is lovely. Thanks for the chance to win the charm pack. Linda

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  15. So cute and easy!!!!
    Thanks for the chance to win

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  16. I love this Lil Twister tool - I've seen it popping up and it gives such great effects! I love the fabric too. I recently found out my first baby - due in Juen - is a boy :) So I'm on the lookout for great boy fabrics (so much easier to find cute things for girls!). This one is definitely going on the list. Love it!

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  17. What a fabulous little quilt. I love Riley Blake fabric, I can't decide between the Decadence or Promade charm packs! However, I would be happy with any.
    cutekipepeo(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. Wow, what a great idea! I love the colors! I'm a beginer, but I think I can do this pretty easy, thank you for the tutorial and or the chance of winning this giveaway!

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  19. I love how you alternated the light block in your design. It works wonderfully with these sweet prints :)
    I'm really interested in this twister pattern. Please add me in your giveaway drawing. Thank you!

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  20. Cute as can be...love the white blocks in between!

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  21. How cute is that fabric!!! I have ordered one of those templates last week - can't wait to try it out.

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  22. Mmmmm... I really love those dots for combining with other colourful fabrics! Note taken, and thanks for the chance to win some!

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. It is nice to look on your website the give away.I like both the pattern and the charmpack.Special ,on this moment i look for my first new born grandchild something to make for him special.Greatings from Holland.Corry D

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  24. I think I need to get me one of those tools. The quilt is adorable. Nice job.

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  25. Wow, that tool looks amazing! Great quilt

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  26. It is nice to look on your website the give away.I like both the pattern and the charmpack.Special ,on this moment i look for my first new born grandchild something to make for him special.Greatings from Holland.Corry D

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  27. What a lovely little quilt and great tutorial too! Thanks for sharing. I've long admired that tool...still don't have one, but the quilts it makes are darling!

    Thanks for the giveaway too!

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  28. How cute - this would be a great quilt for my son - love Scoot!

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  29. I've done several twister quilts (love them!) but I've never thought to put something between the prints to space them out. So clever!

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  30. What gorgeous fabric for a boy quilt,must look into buying a twister as well and start experimenting :) Barb.

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  31. Very interesting use of a charm pack. I love the fabric and the twister :-)

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  32. I just got a shower invitation for a little boy yesterday, and this would be a perfect little quilt! Plus, I love the fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!~

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  33. OH my, I love that twister thing. Beautiful job. :)

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  34. It's nice to see more boy fabric coming out. Your Twister turned out great! It looks easier than the Twisted Sisters block I recently made.

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  35. Cool to see that twister in use. Also, thanks for a chance at this giveaway.

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  36. Love your quilt. I've used the smaller Twister templates and enjoyed the process. I will give the larger one a try this weekend. Thanks for the inspiration and chance to win.

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  37. I love this little pack. I have a 2 year old grandson who still (!) doesn't have his own quilt. This fabric is just perfect! Love the twister idea too.

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  38. Love the quilts and the fabric!!!

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  39. I love the little twister! great quilt. thanks for the giveaway!

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  40. Welcome to the twister club. I'm addicted. This is a great little tool. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  41. I love the Scoot fabric - but I would since I have a 3 year old grandson and I'm always on the lookout for boy fabrics. :) I haven't gotten the Twister ruler yet - but I think I'm going to have to! blessings, marlene

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  42. My best friend is pregnant with a little boy. I would love to make a Scoot quilt for him. The little twister looks great.

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  43. Love that quilt and the that little ruler. I have yet to get myself one. I keep seeing them pop up lately, perhaps it is my turn to join in on the fun. :)

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  44. Corrie:

    I have so much going on now, but I love that little tool. I want to win the fabric too. Great tutorial.
    thanks
    cathy

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  45. Now, isn't THAT a nifty little tool, thanks for bringing it to my attention. Fun giveaway, too, btw ;--)

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  46. Awesome quilt!!! Thanks for the great tutorial on the Lil Twister tool. What a great boy quilt!

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  47. Adorable quilt! It is hard to find little boy fabric charm packs and this one is really cute! I have used the twister tool and love it. ~Jeanne

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  48. I love your quilt! I would so love to make one too. I was looking at this fabric the other day and thinking how fun it would be for a baby boy quilt.

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  49. What an adorable little boy quilt! I love this fabric line! Thank you for another great giveaway!
    ~Jen Nelson
    darryljenny@comcast.net

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  50. I love the lil twister tool. It is so fun. And these fabrics are very adorable. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  51. Love Riley Blake fabrics. Great givaway, thanks for the chance!

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  52. Scoot? That is amazing!!! I love super cute boy prints that can be used for non-baby projects - this is perfect!!!

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  53. This is so cute - I may have to run out and get the Lil Twister, it doesn't look to intimidating with this tutorial :)

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  54. Oh my! oh oh my! That tool is amazing!! Im so glad you showed it to me!!! Id love a chance at the fabric!

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  55. That is an adorable little baby quilt...the fabric is very cute. I haven't seen the twister before, but it looks interesting.

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  56. cute fabric and quilt. lindagerig@sbcglobal.net

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  57. Love this new fabric line and I've always wanted to give that tool a try...someday! Darling quilt!

    MGM

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  58. I'm dying to try that Lil' Twister pattern someday. Thanks for a chance to win some fab Riley Blake.

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  59. The quilt is great! I still have not gotten up the courage to make my own quilt yet, but I feel it coming soon!

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  60. Just in time to make my grandson's a new quilt. I love the fabric and the new technique. Thanks!

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  61. I definitely think the next little quilting tool I get will be the Lil'Twister... so cute!

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  62. Love this fabric! I have 3 boy quilts to make for upcoming baby showers, this would come in handy!

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  63. Riley Blake has been a favorite since the fabrics hit the market a few years ago! Love the new line and have a baby quilt for a boy due in May!!!!

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  64. I LOVE my Lil' Twister ruler too & I'd love to have another charm pack to use with it.... thanks for the chance!!!

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  65. I love the fabric! Super cute. :o)

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  66. I love the Lil Twister ruler and can't wait to try it. Any Riley Blake fabric makes my heart swoon! It's on of the best companies around.

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  67. This is adorable. I just got the Lil Twister ruler from a friend. I know I am going to luv it. Thanks for the chance to win a charm pack.

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  68. Wow, that Lil Twister gives such a great effect! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  69. Thanks for demonstrating the Lil Twister ruler with a charm pack and white squares. This makes a bigger quilt. I like it so much.

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  70. I love using my Lil twister and have so much fun coming up with patterns to use it for. Thanks for adding another one :)

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  71. Your Lil Twister quilt is adorable! I love the fabric.

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  72. Your quilt is adorable! Great choice of pattern and fabric.

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  73. What a great idea to extend it out that way with adding the white in between. Turned out looking great. Always fun to go from one thing to another and get some surprise at the end.

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  74. Love your little quilt. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.

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  75. Love the fabric, love your quilt, and I'm thinking I'm going to love that Lil Twister! :) I've got to get one of those.

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  76. What a cute little boy quilt! Love it!

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  77. Aren't those Twister rulers the neatest things! I haven't made one with the background in between each square, but I really like the look of yours. The Scooter fabric is so cute done that way.

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  78. I love how you used the white imbetween the colored squares. I really liked my Lil Twister but didn't like how they were squished together and hadn't even thought of doing it like that. Your quilt is really cute.

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  79. Darling quilt! I've never heard of the Lil Twister but I like it! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  80. I am loving what I'm seeing done with the little twister. The prints are so adorable. Thanks for posting this.

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  81. So cute. I have seen a lot of these twister quilts lately. It is hard to find boy fabric so it would be great to win some.

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  82. I LOVE This! I got the twister rulers long ago and I have been looking for another great line to use them with!
    Thanks!

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  83. I love how you used the white in between the colored squares! Our guild is actually having a class on the ruler this weekend. I've used the small ruler before but am using the large one this time. Thanks for the inspiration I can't wait!

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  84. Love twister quilts & Riley Blake fabrics ... 2 of my fav! Thanks for the chance.

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  85. I think that this give away has my name all over it- I'm busy getting ready for baby #5 (fifth boy) and I need adorable fabric and a quick tool to make this wonderful quilt. Thanks for showing me an easier way to do the quilt.

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  86. I've seen the twister quilts around blogland but they are usually too much for my eyes. I think you've hit on what they need--a coordinating solid so the prints can stand out on their own. has anyone made these into kite strings yet? the twisters might be cute in a downward zig zag seeing as they're so cute in your diagonal ones!

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  87. I've never heard of Twister, except the one with Bill Paxton. (he was cute back then,don't know about now) You didn't scoot to quilt group, but then I was only able to scoot over there for 45 minutes. Thanks for the chance to win. If you pick me, you won't have to pay postage!hint hint

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  88. Um... This is the coolest thing I've seem in a long time. I love that you sew squares together rather than odd shaped rectangles. Awesome!

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  89. That is so stinking cute! Love the twister!

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  90. I love the Riley Blake fabrics! There are so many cute options available for little boys that are hard to find elsewhere. Thank for offering this as the Giveaway!

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  91. I LOVE this new line! So cute!

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  92. The fabrics are so cute and I love the pinwheels!

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  93. This line has me wanting! I love adorable little boy fabrics. That twister top you made is just too cute. Thanks for this chance to win!

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  94. I love how that ruler works, looks like fun.

    Debbie

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  95. What a great idea! boiing!! light bulb going off! I have been struggling what to make for a new grandson for his first baby quilt. That's perfect! Count me in!

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  96. Oh, you made that look so easy! I want one of those rulers now :)

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  97. That is gorgeous! Thank you for a chance to win a charm pack!

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  98. love the fabric. I need to try that little twister ruler

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  99. So cute, I am loving this new line for both boys and girls!

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  100. Your quilt turned out great. I would love to make my own for a new little grandchild that will be born in September. I have the Lil'Twister but haven't used it yet.
    Thank you for the chance to win.

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  101. OMG! This fabric line is soooo cute! It's nice to see some cute boy fabric for a change!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  102. What a neato tool and beautiful fabric!

    kimrward@charter.net

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  103. These fabrics are so cute! I'm always on the lookout for boy fabrics :-) Your twister project is amazing! I love that you put the white in there. I did a twister project right after the holidays and I love how it turned out. Now I'm addicted!

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  104. That looks like one awesome tool. And the fabric is so cute too. Thanks for the chance!

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  105. I bought the Lil' Twister tool a few months ago and have had a lot of fun with it. With a charm pack, you can make up a small quilt in no time. Would love to win the Scoot charm pack, it's so cute for a boy's quilt. Also looks great made with the Lil' Twister.

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  106. Your quilt is so cute! I have been wanting to try the the Lil Twister tool. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  107. Cute! I would love to make a quilt just like that. I have two little boys and they need more quilts! :)

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  108. I love it. I have been trying to find the perfect quilt pattern for my daughter. It is so hard to choose.

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  109. Cute quilt, would make a nice quilt for my grandchildren. Love the material (although I love so many material patterns)
    thanks for the giveaway

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  110. Great quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  111. SUCH A NEAT QUILT+I LOVE THE "SCOOT" COLLECTION!
    NEED TO GET ME SOME SOON! I DO BABY CHARITY QUILTS+WOULDN'T THIS BE DARLING! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

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  112. I've always wanted to try the Lil' Twister tool. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. This is the first time I've seen plain squares used in between patterned squares. Really like it! I have two little boys that would love this Scooter fabric. So cute.

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  114. Love the quilts and the fabric.. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  115. I love the idea of putting in the white blocks and because I am such a Twister fanatic I think I'll give that one a try.

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  116. I would 'scoot' all my current projects off the table to make this cutie! Thanks for the chance!

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  117. This is awesome! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  118. OH, I have one of those little twisters. Now all I need is a charm pack!!
    leann.price@yahoo.com

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  119. Love the fabric and your quilt! Lil' Twister is on my list to buy. I've been dying to try it. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  120. That twister turned out terrific. Those fabrics are perfect for that pattern. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  121. Love the fabric!! I have the one of those Lil' Twister now i just need the charm pack. Thanks for the chance to win

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  122. That is such a cute fabric line! Your quilt is great. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  123. Scoot is perfect for a little boy! And the Twister looks great done in this fabric.

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  124. This charm pack would be great for a grandchild quilt. Thanks, Corrie!

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  125. very lovely thank you for the chance to win

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  126. I absolutely LOVE this fabric! So cute for a little boy. And that quilt pattern is super cute. But how do I get one of those twister thingy's?

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  127. I've been eyeing that twister idea for a while now, but your use of these adorable fabrics now has me convinced--I MUST make one! And soon! :-)

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  128. So darling! I have a new nephew coming and this would be perfect!

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  129. First, Scoot is so adorable for little boys. Second, I never really cared for how the twister looked to make pinwheels, but the way you alternated the white squares and then included the border as well, I love it! Love it! Will have to try. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  130. Love this fabric line - so cute! and I must get one of those twister rulers for myself! Laura (ljdelea@yahoo.com)

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  131. PS: what was the finished size of your quilt? Just wondering what you lose in size with using the Twister.

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  132. I Love seeing cute stuff for boys, Riley blake does some really nice pieces!!

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  133. I've started seeing this tool and just have to have one. Love the scoot fabric line. Thanks for the chance

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  134. Love the quilt. It can be a leader and ender quilt. Looks easy.

    Karen
    Boogabearw@cox.net

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  135. love the quilt, too! grandaughter just found out her baby is a boy, due in june ... a 'scoot' twist quilt would be just right for baby boy!

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  136. I'm always on the lookout for boy prints and Scoot certainly fits the bill. Love the quilt, might have to get that new fancy smancy tool. Thanks for another great giveaway op!

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  137. Love the quilt. I've made several twister quilts, love how they look hard but are really quite easy. I really like the white squares/ twisters between the colors. So cute. I just saw a twister valentine wall hanging. It was adorable, all twisters, white and a red twister valentine in the middle.

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  138. This is the second blog in two days that has featured the twister. I'm getting the message that I should make one of these! :-) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  139. What a lovely fabric line, perfect for boy's quilts.

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  140. Super cute! I've never tried a twister quilt, but I might have to now

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  141. Great fabric for boys - and you make those pinwheels look so easy!

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  142. Oh I LOVE the scoot fabric! We are going to have a baby in a few weeks and if it's a boy...I think I just found fabric for his quilt!! :)
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  143. I haven't seen that twister - love it! And that fabric is sooo cute! Thanks for the learning!

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  144. How cute! I've never seen a "twister" quilt design, but love pinwheels! The fabric is darling! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  145. Oh, I love your little quilt and the fabric is soo cute! I really like how you added the polka dot squares in between. I don't like when they're squished together either- it makes me alittle dizzy!:) Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  146. I love what you did putting the white polka dot squares in between the colored squares! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  147. I need me that little twister ruler! Isn't Scoot just so darling? Thanks

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  148. Oh how sweet! I love the fabric, your awesome twisty ruler AND how you added in the white poka dots. I like how it breaks it up a little. Great job, Corrie!

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  149. That is slick! Thanks for the give away! The white squares make it work.
    Deb

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  150. What an awesome pattern and what AWESOME fabric. I just became a grandma to a little boy and have two more grandbabies on the way. I can see this quilt in my near future!

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  151. What fabulous fabric! Love the quilts too!

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  152. Very cute quilt and beautiful fabric too.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  153. Please enter me!!! I'd LOVE to win some Riley Blake charms!!! SUCH cute cute fabrics!! Thank you for the chance to win!! :-)

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  154. I totally love making quilts with the little twister. I also love the fabric. :)

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  155. I know the most perfect little boy who would love a quilt made from Scoot! Delightful!

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  156. I have never used the twister, it looks a lot of fun! I love the Scoot fabric. It would be so nice to win. Thanks, Vic

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  157. I love that quilt and I have been looking for little boy fabric. I hope I win but if not I think I might still get the charm pack

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  158. I love how you modified the twister pattern. I really like using the twister template and appreciate more ideas using it. Love that cute fabric!

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  159. Scoot - that's so CUTE! Nice job! Lots of cutting and sewing, cutting and sewing! :-)
    I'ld love to put that fabric to work for me ... need a boy quilt for my Grandmother's Hopechest! ;_)
    Cathy Byrd
    byrd at gulftel.com

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  160. I have one of those Lil' Twister templates/ruler. Always have something else to work on but love what it does to the quilt. Your little boys prints in this quilt is darling.

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  161. Love those prints and the way the quilt turned out! Super cute!

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  162. I need this ruler .. and this fabric!!! (have the monkey already!)

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  163. I would be very, very nervous using this ruler... too easy to screw things up (but! I could always use scrap fabric to test, right?) Anyway, your little quilt is sooo cute and the fabric is very sweet too!

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  164. That is SO cute and I know two little punks (my nephews) that would love a quilt made with that! Course, I would have to get a 2nd charm pack for the 2nd punk's quilt! LOL Thanks for the giveaway!

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  165. I love the way it looks. I've never tried the twister but I'm thinking that I may need to pick one up.

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  166. This quilt alone has talked me into buying this pattern and ruler. Such cute fabric and quilt! Love this giveaway and your store.

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  167. luvin .this technique, pattern.. thanks for the giveaway Marilyn lafs4mj@gmail.com

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  168. I love the charm pack and do hope I win it. The quilt looks adorable.

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  169. Sweet fabric collection. Thanks for hosting another great giveaway. Jane

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  170. I love your little quilt. I didn't know you could adapt those little twister template. I will have to try that. Great idea.

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  171. Sooooo cuuute! I love the twister template. I am going to order one. I have a friend who is having a baby, and I know she will love a quilt like this!

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  172. Love this fabric line! I haven't done a twister yet...looks great! I will have to add it to my list.

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  173. Well isn't that a clever gadget! Normally I'd balk at sewing a quilt top and then cutting it up and sewing it again, but that makes a darned cute quilt. But that really is adorable. Thank you for the chance to win some Riley Blake. :)

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  174. ooh! i love the promenade and daisy cottage packs!

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  175. I just love your quilt. Great little tool, and then add some Riley Blake fabrics and you have a winner!
    Love it! Thanks for the chance to win.

    Debbie hall

    Quiltingathome@earthlink.net

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  176. I didn't know THAT was how it was done. When you started cutting a "finished" looking top, I almost shouted! It's is fabulous to look at, just makes me sad. Like ripping cake up to make cake bites.

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  177. Sweet! Love the pinwheels. I'm always up for another gadget!

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  178. So cute for a little boy. I love the addition of the white pinwheels. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  179. Very cute line! My nephew would love it! And I really want to make a twister quilt ... Thank you for the giveaway!

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