Saturday, June 30, 2012

Celebrate Red White & Blue






Welcome! This is it! We have all been working hard and the time has finally arrived. I am excited to share today with these lovely ladies:


http://maryonlakepulaski.blogspot.com/

http://www.hotpinkpeonies.blogspot.com/

http://marciascraftysewing.blogspot.com/


The full schedule can always be found at  janesfabrics.blogspot.com






I had originally thought I would do a series of blocks using HST's in the corners.  There are a LOT of them, but I am sure you will see a few along the way.  Some may have the dark to the outside and some may have the light to the outside.  Watch for them as they would make a wonderful R/W/B sampler.  So I have this CrossRoads variation block.   

Then I played with some Aunt Gracie fabric.  Some non-traditional print/color for a little country look using a variations of the Pine Burr  block.

Then the scrap quilter in me kicked in.  Found a couple of red strips, and dug in my barrel of pre-cut left overs for white-on-whites and just enough 'sparkle' blue for the stars.  This is a variation of 'Stars & Bars'.



And what Red,White, & Blue Celebration doesn't need a pinwheel?  Again, scrappy white strips paperpieced for a triangle  and left over red strips (that is all gone now) and left over blue/star triangles.  I can envision children running through the yard with bright plastic pinwheels, seeing who's can go the fastest.  Or the Grand Finale of the FireWorks Display with the spinning pinwheel sparklers!







For the 'whimsy' side of me; of course I had to play with all those buttons I have.  A simple button jar filled with all those red buttons.  I would sew a few on and then to help with stability of the block in the finishing, the rest of the buttons would be sewn as part of the quilting process.



And I modified my BirdHouse Block.  Again, fun to play with Aunt Gracie fabrics and some shirting - had to have a button.  Yes, Moe had to be there - a bird house - a bird cat.



And if you have a bird house, you have to have a bird.  We have a nesting young pair of bald eagles on our mountain and what better way to end my parade of blocks.  I had a FQ of  Red Print  by Red Rooster Fabrics Quilt of Valor line and thought it appropriate for the symbol of our country.  I made a rough sketch, turned it into a a silhouette, and then used the pieces for templates for an applique block.  I will eventually sandwich this up and try my hand at thread painting for a pillow top.



GIVE AWAY





Red Rooster Fabrics is proud to participate in the Quilts of Valor program and introduce this specially designed fabric collection. This distinctive collection includes a vibrant focal print - a galaxy design with layers of stars circling on a dark sky ground. In addition to their terrific coordinated prints, they have a truly unique label design. Designed in the shape of a pocket, each label provides lines identified with the specific information that the QOV program asks each quilter to include. Besides using them as a standard quilt label, they can also be made into real “pockets” that allow you to insert a personal note to the soldier who will be receiving the quilt.



The  "Under Our Wings" program will guide you every step of the way. http://www.qovf.org/content/join.html
I have 1 yard of each of the fabrics, plus a panel of special labels.  I will ship international and will hold comments for the give away until July 8th (midnight EST) and announce the winner on my Monday blog post July 9th.

I hope you have enjoyed my  variety of blocks - I do like variety.  Just to show, dare to try something different - and have fun with it.  Please remember to visit the other Blogs today and I hope you enjoy the two weeks of Celebrate Red White & Blue.


Sincerely Yours,
Sharon 

168 comments:

  1. These are beautifulblocks, Sharon.

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  2. You have been busy! Beautiful blocks.....Judith, Texas

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  3. Sharon, the blocks are lovely and all so different. Thank you for sharing. Susie x

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  4. Sharon, your blocks are fantastic...as I knew they would be!I love how you set them up in your garden with the red, white, and blue memorabilia...you are just so creative! Please exempt me from your giveaway as I live north of your border! Enjoy the day!

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  5. You've made some great blocks. I think my favourites have to be the button jar and the bald eagle.

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  6. Striking Sharon...your 4 corner ones with the red strips and stars..wow., you certainly put me in the mood...love the buttons in the jar, love them all...

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  7. Great blocks. I especially love the button jar block. What a cute idea.

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  8. Wow! I am just in awe Sharon with the Blocks and the Presentation!! Thanks for hosting such a Wonderful Give Away!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  9. Your button jar and bald eagle are my favorites, thanks for sharing.

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  10. What an awesome variety of blocks. The eagle is especially amazing. Love the QOV fabrics too. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  11. All lovely blocks Sharon. I especially like the stars and bars variation.

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  12. wow what wonderful blocks Sharon,you have been very busy,well done.xx

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  13. All the blocks are wonderful, and the eagle will certainly be something special!

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  14. You really made some wonderful blocks but since I love bald eagles and we have quite a few here along the river that is my favorite one ,great job!!

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  15. Lovely quilts - I love all of them especially the button jar one. Fabulous giveaway too - thanks for sharing.

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  16. Beautiful job Sharon - I love them all - that eagle sure does stand out for me. Judy C

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  17. Great blocks, Sharon. I love the eagle, too. Very impressive; would love to see more on how you did that. Happy July!

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  18. Such creative, pretty blocks! I am especially drawn to the buttons in the button jar.

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  19. Wow, I expected one block and here you have so many beautiful blocks. Thanks for your generosity and for the chance to win the giveaway.

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  20. These are all wonderful. Thanks for participating in the bloghop.

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  21. Your eagle block is fantastic. You are a great artist. Thanks for sharing so many ideas for some great blocks. I have never made a Quilt of Valor, but have started collecting red, white and blue fabrics, so I can start one soon.

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  22. Sharon, I love all the different blocks you have made especially the pinwheel block. The blocks are an inspiration to make a QOV.

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  23. What a beautiful collection of blocks. Love your outdoor photos.

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  24. Wow! I love them all. And the scenery is perfect. Nice job my friend.

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  25. It feels like July now. I love your blocks especially the eagle block. Super!

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  26. You eagle is breathtaking. Beautifully done.

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  27. How thoughtful of you. When I came across your blog Vroomans caught my eye. we camp in Gilboa and have been past "your nose" many many times. Your blog is great!

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  28. Love the blocks, especially the eagle one! Please enter me in the drawing. The fabric looks perfect.

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  29. Wow, you have so many great ideas!

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  30. I don't know where to begin with the compliments. Your eagle block yanked at my heart when I saw it, but every block you made is a beauty, especially the bug jar and bird house blocks. Just love them.

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  31. All of your blocks are inspiring, thank you for sharing! Also thank you for the awesome give away, my guild donates quilts to soldiers and these would be GREAT for us! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  32. Your blocks were fantastic with appeal to all. I would love to win your giveaway. Those fabrics would be used to make a quilt to be given to one of my grandson's fellow marines.

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  33. Oh Sharon, your blocks are all just lovely! I jumped on pinterest first thing this morning and Samm had already posted pics of them and I had to jump over here!! My favorites -- the button jar, of course, the pinwheel fireworks (love,love) and the eagle, which is just marvelous!! Fabulous job, my friend!!! :)

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  34. Thank you for sharing all of the beautiful blocks. I love the way you presented each of them. The eagle block is amazing. It would be perfect in a quilt for an Eagle Scout. I hope you will share the process with us. The button jar block is such a fun way to use your button collection.
    Please do not put my name in the giveaway. The items should be used for QOVs and I am afraid they would languish in my house.

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  35. You always have a variety of blocks and great ideas - thanks for sharing!!!

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  36. These are great block. I especially love the eagle block.

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  37. Beautiful vignettes to showcase your wonderful blocks. I especially like the eagle silhouette.

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  38. You have spoiled us with so many wonderful blocks.

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  39. Beautiful blocks. Thanks for going the distance!

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  40. Such a great assortment of blocks. I make a LOT of QOV quilts and would just love to add the fabric to a quilt.

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  41. What lovely blocks each and everyone, but I'm really interested in the one with the Eagle. Is there a pattern for this? My daughter is doing a wall in honor of her son (our grandson) who was KIA in Afghanistan a couple of years ago and this would look so nice on that wall. Thank You

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  42. Love,love,love that eagle Sharon! Our group has been busy making quilts of valor for several months now...such a great project! Good to be hopping with you!

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  43. Wow, I can't believe you just free-hand sketched that Eagle block! Amazingly beautiful work!

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  44. What great blocks Sharon! Love all of them but that Eagle you did is outstanding! Thanks for sharing!

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  45. What a wonderful giveaway-great way to pay it forward for our troops.

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  46. Very nice Sharon but I love the eagle.

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  47. What fun Sharon!!! I just so enjoyed your parade of blocks! And I only made one block for my day - shame on me!!! Your eagle block is my #1 favorite! You hit the bullseye with that one - just LOVE it!!!

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  48. Love all your blocks - what a wonderful variety. Thanks for the chance to win the beautiful fabric collection.

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  49. You have a wonderful variety of blocks. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

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  50. Your blocks are beautiful!! I especially love the eagle!! Just wonderful!!!

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  51. Love your blocks, but especially love that eagle. So awesome!!

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  52. I'm trying to decide which block is my favorite...they are all wonderful! I would love to win the QOV fabric as it would be put to good use at our next QOV quilt bee!

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  53. I love them all--nice job! You were a busy lady.

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  54. What nice piecing you do. Your blocks are cute, but WOW that Eagle block is outstanding! You are so creative. Great Job.

    Happy Independence Day.

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  55. cool blocks! do you just have to leave a comment to be part of the give away?

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  56. You have been very busy.the blocks are fabulous.Great job!!

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  57. Lovely blocks..thanks for sharing!

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  58. Your eagle is beautiful! So I would (and it appears others back me up on this request) appreciate if you could share your pattern. I would love to make it for my husband.

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  59. Really pretty blocks. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  60. Loved your variety, they are all beautiful. Thanks.

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  61. You have been busy! Love them all. I really like the birdhouse. Thanks for sharing!

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  62. Sharon, you've been busy as usual! I really like your blocks and also the little touches you added to showcase them. Great show!

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  63. Wow! You really went to town on this one! I wish I could do that much. Great job!

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  64. Happy Hop Day Sharon, boy did you start us off with a bang! I just love them. I love the way you used different fabrics for diffent moods. I could never pick one I like best I like them all. BUT the birdhouse, I really like that one! Thanks so much for playing!

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  65. Love your blocks! Thank you for the giveaway. I have been wanting to make a RWB wall hanging or quilt. Now I have some ideas!

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  66. I love all of your blocks. I am going to be making a quilt using some of the blocks from this hop. I really like a few and I might have to figure out the pattern so I can include them. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric. I have been working on two qov quilts for a while now. I am not very fast but I am enjoying working on them.

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  67. Yeah! Great block! Love your post!!!

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  68. Love all your red, white, and blue blocks.

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  69. What a fun blog hop! Love your blocks...the button jar is my fave and gave me some great ideas!

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  70. You have considered every corner in your showcase of blocks. Good job. Please add me to the hopefuls for the QOV fabric drawing. I am now planning to make a QOV quilt for my brother who served in the air force for 20+ years. Yep, I needed another project. lol

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  71. What a variety of quilt blocks! I love all of them - hard to pick a favorite. Thanks.

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  72. Sharon, as always, you amaze me!! Beautiful blocks, all of them :)

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  73. Your blocks are just amazing. One of these days I need to break out of my comfort zone and dare to try to design something myself!

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  74. Great variety but really like the button jar!

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  75. Your variety of blocks is inspiring and I love the patriotic fabric giveaway. Thanks!

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  76. Wow! I love all the blocks you did--I don't think I can pick a favorite. They are all really wonderful...I, too, love birdhouses and buttons, so of course those two probably top my list, but I do love them all! Thank you for sharing your talents with us!!

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  77. Sharon I don't know what to say - I thought I would be able to pick a favorite block but I just can't! I love the eagle, but the button jar is just the cutest thing I ever saw. And the Crossroads is a wonderful pieced block that would make a gorgeous quilt. Too many beautiful ones for me to choose! blessings, marlene

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  78. Amazing blocks, you were really busy. I enjoyed looking at all of them.

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  79. Wonderful creativity! Really enjoy your work! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  80. Fantastic post!! Love the variety of blocks! Our guild is doing a "Home of the Free" quilting event in September, making quilts for the families of fallen soldiers, so we appreciate the information on the patriotic fabrics.

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  81. A friend of mine is having a Quilt of Valor mini retreat in Sept. That would be great for that.

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  82. WOW! Your blocks are beautiful... hard to choose a favorite, but love the eagle, and the pinwheel, and...
    Love the pics too Ü

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  83. Not that one needs to pick favorites but I have. The pinwheel for the sheer fun of it and the eagle for the spirt of the times it actually made me tear up. you did a wonderful job on it.

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  84. Gorgeous blocks, as always! I particularly love the pinwheel star and the eagle.

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  85. So many pretty blocks! I especially love your birdhouse and the eagle is just plain awesome. Thanks for all the red, white & blue inspiration!

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  86. beautiful blocks..thanks for the giveaway...

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  87. Your blocks are all beautiful and your giveaway is so great because it allows the winner to pass on a quilt to someone else that really deserves it.

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  88. Loved all your blocks. Thanks for the variety and the giveaway.

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  89. Your blocks are just beautiful Sharon...I especially love the eagle!!!

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  90. so that is how you used those buttons from your sneak peek.
    You certainly have been busy. Great blocks. I really like the eagle block. Well done!

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  91. thank you for the parade of blocks! each is fantastic, particulary the blad eagle! thanx for the giveaway.

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  92. I love all your blocks, especially the button jar. Very creative! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  93. Love that fabric; certainly makes me think of fireworks! Cool idea from Red Rooster with the pocket labels.

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  94. Love these blocks. Thanks for sharing them with us and the chance on the giveaway. Happy 4th.

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  95. I love the blocks but my favorite is the button jar- what a clever idea to use buttons and make a block.
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop.
    regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  96. Sharon- your blocks are great! I would love to see a tutorial for the eagle!

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  97. Thanks for sharing your wonderful blocks with us!!!

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  98. You have really outdone yourself and thank you so much for sharing. Hooray for the red white and blue. I adore your button jar block. Fourth of July Sparklers...

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  99. Your blocks are wonderful. I love the bird house of course and the button jar is so cute. The first block is striking. It was great to visit with you today.

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  100. I adore your blocks!!! So unique and fun!! You are one busy lady, Sharon!! I love all your blocks!
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  101. wow those blocks are BEAUTIFUL

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  102. I love variety and all your blocks! Thanks for sharing and for the giveaay!

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  103. I love all your blocks and they look so great with the red, white and blue fabrics. Love the eagle head! My Dad retired with the Aur Force and my son is currently deployed in Afghanistan so supporting our military and veterans is very important. Thank you!

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  104. Woo hoo girlfriend! You have been one busy bunny! I love them all and that eagle block is just so totally cool!
    Hugs :) :) :)

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  105. Boy, you've been busy! I enjoyed all of them. Thanks.

    Debbie - Traveling Quilter

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  106. Your eagle head is spectacular! All of your blocks are great. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  107. Beautfiul blocks. I like your scrappy one the best.

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  108. BEAUTIFUL POST!
    BEAUTIFUL BLOCKS!
    THANK YOU FOR A SWEET GIVEAWAY AS WELL-SO PATRIOTIC+PRETTY!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  109. Wonderful blocks!! My favorites are the Aunt Grace Pine Burr, and
    the Button Jar. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  110. Wow Sharon, I'm embarrassed that I only made one block, lol! I love your collection, especially Mr. Eagle!

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  111. Wow! What fun! All kinds of blocks and a great post. I adore the Eagle.

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  112. Beautiful red/white/blue blocks. I like variety, too.

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  113. Sharon, as always, you do such beautiful work, and I love the whimsical as much as I love your skill in matching points, etc. Awesome show today!

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  114. Sharon, These blocks are awesome, beautiful, and many other adjectives! I love the way you have the displayed. The button jar and the birdhouse are great! Thank you for taking us on your tour. God Bless,
    Linda

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  115. I love all your blocks and can't pick a favorite. Thanks for showing them.

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  116. I love your variety of blocks - they would make a great sampler quilt! I plan on making a sampler quilt with all the blocks from this blog hop and donate it to American Heros (they give a quilt to each hero who comes into the hospital at Ft. Lewis) or Quilts of Valor. With 2 daughters and a son-in-law in the military, I am always up for doing a quilt for the military!

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  117. wow!! you showed us some wonderful pieces...love them all!! But my very favorite is the bird...adorable work
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  118. Great blocks! I really like the button jar. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  119. Love all the blocks, but the eagle is especially beautiful.
    lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

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  120. Great work you have given me a new place to put some of my quilted pieces. I have really enjoyed your site.

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  121. Sharon as usual you just blow me away. I couldn't believe that you have only been quilting for five years because everything you do is just so beautiful. Blessings Sandra

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  122. Wow, what variety! I especially loved the stars & bars block! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!

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  123. You have done such an amazing job with the blog hop. Can not help but be inspired to try my hand at Red, White, and Blue Blocks. Thank you!

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  124. Oh Sharon! I sew for QOV and would absolutely love to win your prize!! My heart jumped when I saw your prize!! Fingers crossed :D PS - I LOVED the eagle block the best - we lived in an area where Bald Eagles were plentiful and I loved to watch them soar. They are one of my favorite birds - if I were to come back to earth as an animal - the bald eagle it would be. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  125. I love the variety of your blocks. Thanks, Sharon, for sharing with us! This blog hop should be fun and interesting! Happy Fourth!!!!!

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  126. What a beautiful variety too! thanks!

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  127. I think all of the QOV fabrics are wonderful! This is such a great cause.

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  128. Wow you were really busy with all those blocks. They are all inspirational but I especially love the birdhouse and the bird cat!

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  129. Love the variety of blocks you shared. You choose blocks that appeal to all quilters...traditional pieced, paper pieced, and your use of unconventional red-white-blues. A great way to start the "hop".

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  130. Great looking blocks Sharon! Thank you for showing us.

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  131. So many great blocks. I love the button jar!

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  132. WOW! There are so many great blocks to make from your group. Thanks for the generous giveaway as well.

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  133. Sharon you really made some beautiful blocks and your garden is lovely.

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  134. Wow what a plethora of blocks. Thank you so much.

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  135. Very pretty blocks!! Thanks for the chance to win in the giveaway!

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  136. Oh Sharon you just out did yourself this time!! Goodness what a great collection of blocks. The jar with the buttons is so darn cute. Stars and bars is just wonderful. But seriously that eagle block is just down right amazing.

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  137. I love your Blocks! Thanks for this Great Giveaway!I
    I love the Buttons Block and the Eagle would look great with Thread Painting!

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  138. Fantastic blocks, Sharon! I especially love the buttons block and the silhouette of the eagle. Gorgeous!

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  139. Wow! What a lovely variety of blocks! I love the Eagle block, the pinwheel block, the button jar block...well, you get the idea. They are all inspiring!

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  140. Great blocks! You have been busy...a nice variety of blocks!

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  141. Love all your blocks, especially the eagle! You should've been listed for the top two or favorite blocks :)

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  142. The button jar is fantastic. Like its square bottom & white background and the 'buttons' which is just what I want (but didn't know it!!!) Love embellishments what fun. I want to live in the birdhouse and all the other blocks ...thanks for the inspiration.

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  143. You are so extremely talented! If variety is your spice of life, you certainly are hot! Your eagle is fantastic. Those are great colors and designs from Red Rooster - great for a QVQ, even with labels. Happy Fourth!!!

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  144. Love every block...but the eagle has to be my favorite...can't wait to see the thread painting. Thanks for sharing with us and have a great 4th! Hooray America!

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  145. All your blocks are just beautiful and so inspiring!
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  146. I love the variety, but especially LOVE the button jar!!!

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  147. Loved your blocks but also loved the way you placed them for the pictures. Very pretty.

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  148. Wow, you made a lot of blocks. I love the button jar block!!

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  149. Love the block especially the pinwheel as I am making a quilt using pinwheels. Does it have a name?
    Thanks

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  150. Fun to see your collection of RWB blocks!

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  151. You have been busy and I love them all; especially the Eagle! Love it, love it, love it!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  152. You have made some amazing blocks. The eagle is outstanding. I really enjoy the looks of the pinwheel and birdhouse.
    Thanks for the info on the soldier quilts.

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  153. I am a Valor quilter. I hope I win your prize!

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  154. I'm sure it has been said in many ways that your variety of R/W/B blocks are most inspiring to all of us and will be seen in future QOV quilts in the near future for our service people. I too love applique and want to thank you for sharing your Most Wonderful Eagle picture. I can see it will become a miniture Heirloom and something to be extremily proud of. Please enter me into your delightful drawing for the fabrics. If I win I think I will have my 10 yr. son help me make a QOV as a part of a lesson on helping others less fortunate then him.
    Sincerely,
    Tricia & son

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  155. great blocks Sharon - love the button one too - but the eagle silhouette is absolutely amazing :)

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  156. Wow, you HAVE been busy. Those are wonderful blocks and I LOVE the bald eagle block. You are sooooooo talented! Thanks for letting us visit.

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  157. Wow! Such a stunning parade of blocks you showed us. The eagle looked amazing. Wonderful job Sharon. :)

    Jen

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  158. Sharon you know I just love all you do. and in awe of how much you get done.. I should be so organized.

    I would love to win the fabrics for my Vets Resteration Center Project. 225 plus bed to cover..
    So the fabric would go a long way..

    Happy 4th to you and yours..
    And thanks again for a chance to win..

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  159. Great blocks, I'm getting lots of ideas. I think I'll make a QOV using all the lovely blocks from this hop! Thanks for the chance to win some great fabric.

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  160. The bald eagle is beautiful!
    Happy 4th!

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  161. My local quilt guild just did the 'under my wing' for quilts of valor! It was on my Daughter's bday (memorial dy weekend) so I was sadly unable to help out! Next time!!! :) I LOVE your bald eagle block! BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  162. Love all of your blocks! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  163. Once again I am getting in at the last minute, but I am here! Your blocks are all beautiful. My favorite is your eagle. My husband and I are both Navy Vets so seeing so many patriotic blocks makes me so proud. I would love to be entered into your giveaway! Thank you for supporting Veterans and Active Duty serviceman and woman coming home. You are a true patriot.

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  164. What a wonderful parade of red, white and blue blocks...the bald eagle is amazing!! Have a wonderful week!!

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