Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Scrap Quilt Secrets Blog Hop

Spring is the perfect time for a new quilt book release and I couldn't be more happy to be helping Diane spread the news about her new book, Scrap Quilt Secrets.(Of course, they will not be secrets any longer!)I cannot remember when I discovered Diane's blog, Butterfly Threads Quilting, but if I remember correctly my first comment said, "Why haven't I found you sooner?" She is super talented and loves to share with her blog readers. So naturally, a book would seem like the next step. Continue reading and you can have many opportunities to win this new release!

Her "secret" recipe for creating amazing scrap quilts. S-C-R-A-P-S
S- style
C- Contrast
R- Repetition
A- Accents
P- Palettes
S- Selvages

What a fun and easy way to remember the "secrets"!

I took the "easy route and made a little quilt using her house pattern. Oh my goodness, I used only 2 1/2" squares and strips and 1 1/2" squares and strips for the little houses. Assembly was so easy and fun!

Here is my first block. No templates were involved in the building of this house.....  For me, it looks pretty darn perfect!
I made a few big, and a few little. I wasn't quite as slow and careful on the other construction, but I think it turned out super cute! The large houses finish at 10", the small ones 5". 

All 16 of the quilt projects were laid out very well with easy to follow instructions. Kudos Diane on a quilt book well written!

To win your own copy please leave a comment on this blog post. If you are international you can sign up to win the e-version of Diane's book. 

Feel free to hop around to the other designers as well!!


3/21    C&T Blog http://www.ctpub.com/blog/
with Diane (that’s me)www.butterflythreadsquilting.com
3/22    Bonnie Hunter http://quiltville.blogspot.com/
3/26    Pat Sloan http://blog.patsloan.com/
3/27    Valerie http://myplvl.blogspot.com/
3/29    Victoria Findlay Wolfe http://bumblebeansinc.blogspot.com/
3/30    Rachaeldaisy http://bluemountaindaisy.blogspot.com/
4/1       Julie http://quiltjewelry.blogspot.com/
4/2       Barb Www.funwithbarb.com

I'll post the winner on my blog April 1st. That ain't no foolin'!

I'm doing a lecture with lots of quilts in Sisters tonight at the Stitchin' Post at 6;30. If you can make it, I'd love it! Love to you all!

Comments are now closed! Thank you to all who entered!

276 comments:

  1. I would love to win a copy of Scrap Quilt Secrets. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  2. after viewing your house block...believe I may be able to construct one also! TY

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  3. Great looking book. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  4. My goal this year is to reduce the stash so this book would be great! Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

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  5. A gal can never have to many ideas for using up the never ending fabric scraps.

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  6. Maybe this book would help me reduce my pile of scraps into a beautiful quilt.

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  7. I have been quilting for 20 years and just now entered the scrap quilting world. I am learning so much and this book looks like a good resource for building my skills.

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  8. As a relative "newbie" to the quilting world, this book looks like it would have much that I could learn. Love scrap quilts.

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  9. What a wonderful way to find more wonderful quilt blogs!! I love yours!

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  10. I love scrap quilts. They are just about the only type I make. Your houses are adorable. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I love scrap quilts! This book looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for the opportunity. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  12. The book looks great! I would love to win one.

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  13. I've never made a scrap quilt and this book looks like a great way to learn. Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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  14. This looks like my kind of quilting and I'd love to have this book. My fingers are crossed that I'll be a winner. Your house block is terrific. :-)

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  15. I love finding new patterns to use up scraps and would love to win this book.
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  16. I've been working on scrap quilts this week and have discovered some of the 'scrap quilt secrets' myself.

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  17. Great house blocks AND I love the cover quilt.

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  18. What an inspiring book, I would love to win the e version as I live in the UK. Thanks for the opportunity. Margaret.
    quiltingmargaret@gmail.com

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  19. HI Lori...I'm on the hop and stopping by to say hi!! Your houses look great!!

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  20. I'm looking for easy scrappy blocks for our new quilting ministry to make, to get the newbie quilters started. This looks like a great book, thanks for the giveaway.

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  21. I love reading your blog as a subscriber but today I'm here on the blog hop. Wish I lived close enough to hear you speak tonight! Thanks for a chance to win a lovely book.

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  22. Your houses look much more fun than the house project I'm involved in right now. I'm trying to decide on a house plan to construct a new house. Thanks for the chance to win.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  23. I would love to win a copy of this book. I started scrap quilting 2 years ago and haven't looked back. Thanks for the give a way. redvette1954@yahoo.com

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  24. Thank you! Loving scrap quilting, I signed up for her blog wondering, too, "why haven't I found you sooner!?" Thank you for sharing. lynnstck(at)yahoo.com

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  25. I love your houses! This looks like a good book to have.
    Wish I didn't live several states away. Your quilt lecture sounds like lots of fun.

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  26. Thank you Lori for the drawing, what a fun book, love scraps.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  27. Evendently, I try my luck to win the e-version ! Scrap quilts are so fun to do !
    Your quilt is so cuuute !! :)
    Thank you and big hugs !

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  28. Looks like such a fun book! Thanks for your part in the fun!

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  29. This book looks great. I have made one quilt from scraps and I think it is my favorite quilt I have made so far.

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  30. I wish I live near to Sisters I would come to your show. Love the book,

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  31. Like you, I like all things scrappy. This looks like a great resource for those types of quilts. Thanks for the bloghot.

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  32. An endorsement from you is high praise, indeed :) I will be on the hunt for Diane's book in Paducah :)

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  33. WOW! Your houses look wonderful. I also love all things scrappy and am always looking for ways to use them up.

    Sherry V.

    crazyqulitpatcher AT yahoo DOT com

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  34. This looks to be a valuable resource book 'chock full' of information and instruction. I'd love to have it. Thanks for giving this opportunity.

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  35. Would love to win this book! Thanks for the opportunity.
    mafry46@gmail.com

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  36. your houses are so cute. this looks like such a fun book. thanks for the chance.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  37. I am so envious of such talented people- thank you for your insight.

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  38. Super looking book! Thank you for this scrappy chance to win!

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  39. I just got a whole lot of scraps at a garage sale. Wonderful fabric. Would love to win this book. Thanks for the chance.

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  40. As a scrap quilter myself, I am very interested in this book. If I don't win a copy then I will be buying it.

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  41. I love scrappy quilts and Diane's book looks like lots of fun!

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  42. It looks like such a great book! The quilt on the cover is wonderful! Your houses turned out well. Wish I could come to Sisters - I would LOVE to hear your lecture and see you and your quilts up close and in person. I'm sure it will be a fantastic evening!

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  43. I would love to win this "scrap"book! :-)

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  44. It looks like a book that I could really use. I love scrap quilts and do have a lot of scraps. I would love to win it.

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  45. Why haven't I found Diane's blog sooner?!? I can't wait for a copy of this book....it looks like fun!

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  46. I would love to win the eBook , your house are adorable!

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  47. SO CUTE. I like the way you made different sizes. Thank you for sharing

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  48. Scrappy quilts - my absolute favorite!

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  49. I would be thrilled to win! Thanks for the opportunity

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  50. I would be thrilled to win! Thanks for the opportunity

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  51. I wish I was closer so I could come to your Sisters lecture!! Hopefully you'll do another up this way again! Your houses are cute! Looks like a great book to help use up some of the multiplying scraps!

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  52. This would be a great book as I sew up my mom's scraps into quilts.

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  53. Would be a great one to add to my collection
    traceyfisher@comcast.net

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  54. Your houses turned out cute. Pls enter my name in to the drawing.

    Thanks

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  55. I'd love to own this book. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

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  56. Can't wait to get my hands on her book!

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  57. Love your mix of big and little houses, just like a real neighbourhood! Looks like a fun inspirational book. Thanks for a chance to win one!

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  58. I love scrappy quilts.....But both ideas are great........

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  59. It looks like such a fun book!

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  60. I'd love to win this book!
    Tgee9821@gmail.com

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  61. I would love to win that book. I am addicted to scraps and never throw any away. Thank you for doing this and I love your houses.

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  62. Thank you for your post showing the little houses that you made. Your houses look lovely and easy enough for me to make. I think this book would be helpful in gaining the courage to go scrappy.

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  63. The book looks great. And your houses are just as cute as can be!

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  64. I have so many scraps that this book is perfect for me. Thanks for the chance. Rina

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  65. Love, absolutely love, scrap quilts. This book looks wonderful and exciting!! Thanks. Diane O

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  66. Diane's, Scrap Quilt Secrets looks like a great book. My favorite kind of quilt is scrap, of course!

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  67. Who doesn't love scrap quilts?? Diane's book looks so appealing & inspiring, it's definitely on my 'must have' list. She's a lovely, talented lady and i've enjoyed getting to know her since making her a doll quilt in your doll quilt swap, last year.

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  68. Scrap quilts are pretty much all I do, so I'd love to win a copy. Thanks for the chance!

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  69. I am a scrap quilt convert and would love to win this book!

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  70. All scrap lovers (like me) appreciate advice and more ideas. This looks like a good book for sharing both. Thanks for the giveaway, Lori.
    Love your houses. It's a village under construction.

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  71. Looks like a wonderful book and I have lots of scraps to use with it. Thanks for a chance to win a copy.

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  72. I love to make scrappy quilts and I've seen a lot of really different projects in this blog hop. I'm getting really inspired to jump into the scrap bin! Thanks for the chance!

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  73. Great looking houses! I could really use this book

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  74. I just love scrappy quilts so this book looks like a great one to me. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  75. I've seen another review of this book, and have been pondering a purchase! I value your recommendation, and now this book is a gottahave. Love the houses.

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  76. I love making scrappy quilts and this book looks wonderful. Your houses block is great!

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  77. Looks like a great book! Thanks for hosting, Lori.

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  78. Great houses...would certainly use up some scrap stash!

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  79. This looks like a fabulous book! Thanks for being a part of the giveaway.

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  80. I would love to have a copy of Diane's new book.

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  81. Love, love, love the scrappy ones!

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  82. Interesting book. I like your houses. I've just finished a kid quilt with Bonnie's Happy Scrappy House pattern. Saw robins on the lawn today. May have snow in the am.

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  83. I can hardly wait to see this book! I'm impressed that you made blocks from the book right away, Lori. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about the book.
    --Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)

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  84. I like the color palette that you chose for your houses. So cozy.

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  85. A house block in two sizes with no templates!! Life doesn't get any better than that - unless, of course I can win the book! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  86. Your scrappy houses are charming-just like all your quilts.

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  87. I love scrap quilts and Diane has a great talent for them.

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  88. Scrappy is what makes me Happy like Bonnie Hunter! I'd love to WIN this book. Thanks Lori for another fun Giveaway.

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  89. Your houses turned out great! I love scrappy quilts!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  90. Variety is the spice of a quilt...use more scraps!

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  91. so sorry if this has come up more than once Lori, but my tablet seemed to be playing up this morning, so now I'm on my laptop. I would love an e copy of the book should I be lucky enough. Thanks to you and Diane.

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  92. Always on the look out for ways to use up those precious scraps, so I would love to win a copy! Thanx for the opportunity!

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  93. Looks like there's some fantastic projects this book! Your houses came out great! Chiquiban5@yahoo.com

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  94. Cute house blocks. The black and white "knot" block caught my eye. Would love to win a copy so I can further investigate how to make this block and several others. Happy Easter.

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  95. I am a follower of her blog. I like the basket made with selvedge edges and the rickrack handle. Cute idea.

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  96. HELLO,YOUR SCRAPPY HOUSES ARE NEAT! THANKS FOR THE BOOK GIVEAWAY! HAPPY EASTER!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  97. I love the fly's shooting pool fabric, I had the smallest piece that I savored for so long before using. Looks like a great book, I love that she shares so much on her blog. Great review.

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  98. There are several quilts in this book that I would enjoy making. Your little house quilt is so cute, I love house quilts! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  99. Love your house blocks...they are so cute. I would love a copy of this book. It looks like it's right up my alley. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  100. Love what I have seen so far from the book! The small houses were too cute!!!

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  101. What fun a fun quilt. Thanks for sharing the giveaway!

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  102. I love house blocks!! Very partial to scrappy quilts!!!mumbird3atgmaildotcom

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  103. This looks like a wonderfully inspiring book! Would love to win a copy! Wish I could attend your lecture tonight, but I am way down in SC. Hope all goes well! Jspwarren at aol dot com

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  104. Love the houses, Lori!! Looks like an awesome book!!

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  105. I love scrap quilts!!! Looks like a wonderful book~!

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  106. I absolutely LOVE the quilt on the cover! The scrappy quilt with scrappy flower border is spectacular!!! Wish I'd thought of that ... so adorable! This book would be a great addition to my "library"!

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  107. i am loving this blog hop and this book as well...the more i see, the more tempted i am to get it!

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  108. Oh my - I love house quilts - this book looks like it has SO many good projects!

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  109. This book has so many great choices!

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  110. Scrap quilts are my favorite thing to make.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  111. Always looking for ideas for quilts using my scraps and this book looks like it will help. :) Happy Stitching.

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  112. Thanks for the review and the chance to win this book. It looks great.

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  113. Looks like a great book. The houses are really cute.

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  114. I decided to buy no new fabric for quilt tops this year but to work from my scraps and stash instead. This book would be most welcome! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  115. Diane is one of my favorite bloggers and I would love to win her book!

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  116. Love scrap quilts, and after many years of quilting I have lots to use.

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  117. Oh, that book looks delightful! I hope to win!

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  118. This looks like a wonderful book. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. Fun to find new blogs to read and maybe win a book.

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  120. I really like the different sizes together. And I really LOVE scrap quilts. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  121. I love scrap quilts. These look like some great projects.

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  122. Love love loooove Scraps! This book looks Awesome! Thank you for chance to win one! :)

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  123. Scrappy house blocks! What fun!

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  124. I LOVE scrap quilts and this book looks like it has some great ones. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  125. This book looks great. That's for the chance to win. And great talk/show and tell at the stitchin post. I luv luv your quilts.

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  126. Gorgeous book with great secrets revealed-love your houses!

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  127. Such a cute little quilt. Love the houses. The book looks amazing. Hope things go well tonight. K-

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  128. I need that book; I have boxes of scraps -- I haven't bought fabric in months and I still have scraps. I think someone is sneaking them into the house when I'm asleep.

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  129. Wonderful review and scrap house quilt! Thanks for participating in this giveaway.

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  130. The houses look cute and the book sounds very interesting. Greetings
    aubphg (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  131. I love love scraps and would love to win this book. I have been wanting to make a house quilt for a while.

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  132. Scraps, scraps and more scraps----love them all! Thanks for the chance to win a copy! I am international, so would be more than happy with the e-version!

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  133. This book offers so many possibilities for using up the scraps from other projects. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

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  134. I'd love to win a copy of Diane's book. Although she's been quilting for quite awhile I've just discovered her blog. I also love scrappy!

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  135. The book looks fantastic...I love scrap quilts, especially those made with reproduction fabrics. Thank you for chance to win the book.

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  136. Found you thru Diane's blog thru Bonnie hunter blog. Love this book. Thanks for a chance to win
    Tjbetan@icloud.com

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  137. Scraps: the very essence of quilts! More inspiration!!

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  138. I love scrap quilts now. A new venture for me, I use to think they lacked control, but I'm learning. I love the controlled scrappy look.

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  139. I love to make scrap quilts. I need to add this book to my library.

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  140. The book looks great, I'd love to own a copy! Thanks for the opportunity to win one. And your houses are adorable.

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  141. Love making my scrappy quilts and always looking for new inspiration. Thanks!!!

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  142. It's always fun to try new ideas. Thanks for the chance to have a copy of Diane's new book.

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  143. I'd love to have a copy of this book, it looks wonderful! Scrap quilts are my favorite!
    cathylouwilson@gmail.com

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  144. What a lovely give away. Thanks for the chance. Scraps are wonderfull

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  145. Wow, what a great looking book - love the SCRAPS word play. Certainly could use this book to help reduce my stash. Thanks for the opportunity. Love all your work.

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  146. Looks like a great book. I would love to win it.

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  147. Leftover strips and squares have taken over my sewing room. I am always on the lookout for new ways to use them. This looks like a winner. Zollj@bpsnetworks.com

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  148. Scrappy quilts are THE best. Hope I've changed my settings correctly and am no longer a 'no reply blogger'!!

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  149. Boy do I need help in finding out the secret to Scrappy Quilts! My scrappy quilts always seem to turn out disastrous :( Thanks for a chance to win!

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  150. The more fabric used in a quilt the better! Scrap quilts are definitely my favorite. Thanks for a chance to win the new book.

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  151. I love scrap quilts!! Your little houses are charming, love the two sizes.
    Wow 159 comments I'm hoping for some luck here, would love to add this book to my collection!

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  152. I love when acronyms make sense and put a little spark in your heels esp while creating quilty projects. Just lovely home blocks you've made with her guidelines- thanks for the chance on this giveaway.

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  153. Scrappy goodness is my favorite type of quilt! I really need this book in my stash!

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  154. Scrap quilts are a favorite of mine. I love your house blocks. Hugs,

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  155. Love scrap quilts--just finished two small ones. Your houses are great. Jan/WI

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  156. Like most quilters, I love scraps too and this book is my cup of tea. So let's "scrap to it" (love that phrase!) and please add my name in the draw. Thank you for the opportunity. ;^)
    scrap(dot)and(dot)quilts via gmail(dot)com

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  157. I would love to win. Thanks for participating.

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  158. Scrap quilts are my favorite! As a matter of fact, I'm machine quilting one now and am just amazed at all the different fabrics in it. I would love the book as I'm always looking for different ideas for my very scrappy stash!

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  159. I would Love this book!
    Denise243029@gmail.con

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  160. Scrappy quilts are the best! Love you little houses and I love the quilt on the cover.

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  161. Love the scrappiness! Thank you for a chance to win this fabulous book, looks like great patterns.

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  162. Thanks for participating. I love scrap quilts and can learn a lot from Diane.

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  163. I love scrap quilts, so, will no doubt, love this book. It looks like it has many helpful
    hints.

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  164. I'm currently working on a couple of scrap quilts, and there are still plenty of scraps to work on a few more. I'd love to have a copy of Diane's book. Thanks. Connie

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  165. Hallo Lori. I found you via Bonnie Hunter's blog. There are no quilting books available in my country and I prefer to spend money for fabrics than to fetch expensive books from abroad - I have Internet in exchange. I would LOVE to win the copy of Scrap Quilt Secrets, it would be my very first! Thank you for the opportunity.
    Best regards from Poland, Europe :-)

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    1. So aweseom to have you visit my blog all the way from Poland! Beata, I don't see an email address so I have no way of contacting you if you win.

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  166. Love those houses you built! ♡

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  167. It looks like a great book. I've got plenty of scraps to use up.

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  168. This is just the kind of book I need to help me figure out how to make a pleasing scrappy quilt. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  169. I sending another comment, as I didn't put my email in the first comment. I'd love to win this book of Diane's. Currently working on a scrappy quilt, but will have plenty of scraps left for another. connie(dot)siefken(at)bnotredame(dot)org

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  170. I like your houses. Scrap quilts are my favorite, can't get enough of them. Jmikebalou(at) aol dot com

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  171. I have been dreaming of a book like this! Just what I need to help me assemble my scraps into wonderful quilts!

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  172. Love your houses! Looks like a great book--thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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  173. I Love the look of scrap quilts using many different shades of each colour. I would love to learn the secrets to doing this successfully, and this sounds like just the right book. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  174. Would be sew scrap-happy to win this, many thanks for the chance to win.

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  175. Thanks for the opportunity to win this great book.
    lbcookie1@gmail.com

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  176. I love scrap quilts and would love to win a copy of this book. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    joycemarlane@aol.com

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  177. Your houses are adorable! Thanks for the chance to win!
    blackberryteacakes@gmail.com

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  178. I love the look of the quilt on the cover of this book! It just seems to sparkle. Your houses are cute. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win a copy of the book.

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  179. I LOVE scrap quilts! Thanks forthe giveaway!

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  180. I love the black and white quilt.

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  181. I love scrap quilts and I love this book.Thank you for the chance to win one.

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  182. I love scrap quilts - my scraps seem to breed during the night!! Thank you for the opportunity to win this lovely book!

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  183. I have some scraps that would be perfect for those little houses. What a great quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to add this book to my library.

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  184. Thank you for the chance to win this book. I love scrap all scrap quilts but some are more interesting than others. I look forward to learning the secrets.

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  185. Lovely quilt. I am learning scrappy. Thanks for the opportunity to maybe win this lovely new book for my quilting library.

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  186. Great way to trim down an overflowing stash.

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  187. Love the little houses. Next project? Maybe.

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