1.22.2013

Modern Quilts From the Blogging Universe

**Giveaway is closed**
I am so excited and flattered today that I get to share this book. Modern Quilts from the Blogging Universe.
Martingale published this beautiful collaboration book and I am so honored that they included me in the book. 
Designing this quilt for this collaboration book was a lot of fun. Times were a little crazy, like having a baby, so my kind aunt Ilene pieced this darling quilt for me. She did a great job doing so! THANKS so much!

Since receiving this book I've had a lot of fun reading the bios. Each pattern comes with a photo and a little snippet about each contributor. It's fun to read through them and learn more about other quilt bloggers out there! :)

To kick off this great book Martingale is giving away FREE e-copies of Modern Quilts From the Blogging Universe! Simply leave me a comment, tell me what about this fun bloggy land has inspired you the most!


Winner will be announced January 28, 2013!

313 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the book! I love your quilt. What has inspired me the most? Besides seeing all of the beautiful quilts, I think it is the fact that quilters love to share. In today's world it seems that too many times people are out for their own interests, but quilters are happy to share. That is what I am inspired most by.

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  2. The machine quilting has inspired me the most when I am looking through the blogging universe.

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  3. Blogland has inspired me to try different techniques and colours. Congrats on the book!

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  4. The thing that really inspires me about the blog world is how all these talented people are so willing to share. Patterns, skills, tips all out there for everyone to enjoy. Amazing!

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  5. Congratulations on the book!
    So much inspiration in bloggy land! especially colour choices which I find hard!

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  6. This looks like a great book. Congratulations. From blogland I have been inspired to try something new. I just seem to get in a rut and repeat my quilt making. I especially love the new combinations of colors

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  7. I am always amazed by the talent of quilters...and hoping some of it wears off on me!

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  8. Love this quilt! But more-over, I love the internet and how it connects me to all these inspirational quilters who share their lives with me! So excited to get this book!
    Thanks so much!
    /Peggy

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  9. Looks like such a great book. I great almost all my ideas for quilt patterns from blog land and then like to play around with my own fabric and colour combinations.

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  10. Congratulations on the book!! I'm always inspired by everyone else's creativity! It sort of forces you to take yourself one step further, which is amazing. I also love connected people have become in bloggy land. :)

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  11. Thanks to bloggers like yourself I made the leap into quilts, I wanted to connect with modern quilts from modern people.
    I love your work

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  12. Congratulations on the book! Blogland has always inspired me to be different and go with my own pallet of colors.

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  13. I'm learning free-motion quilting which I didn't know existed until I saw it on a blog! I LOVE quilting blogs. Have a wonderfully quilty day!

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  14. I am inspired by blogs showing finished quilts and innovative techniques. I really love the modern movement and need the inspiration this book would give me

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  15. Your blog was one of the first that I started following. I have really enjoyed the patterns that you have come up with. The color combos are just amazing!

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  16. All of the tutorials and beautiful quilts inspire me in bloggie land

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  17. Color combos, there are so many things that I never would've thought look great together until I saw someone's project online. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I live in a remote area and the quilters here are wonderful, but steeped in the traditional ways. The internet has allowed me to be right at the forefront watching the new designers find their way. I may not get to see art galleries in person but I can see multitudes of quilts every day.

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  19. Congrats! I am most inspired by your quilt-related tutorials, because I'm very new to piecing and quilting. They are SO VERY appreciated. :)

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  20. Congrats. I am most inspired by the quilting on the quilts. It encourages me to try something new.
    Shawn

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  21. I never even thought about quilting until I came across one of the quilt blogs (can't remember which one!)~ I was hooked after that and am just now starting my own quilting adventure. Thanks so much for the chance to win! (fingers crossed)

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  22. Seeing all the gorgeous finished quilts inspires me to finish mine!

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  23. Blog land has taught all of the technique I have learned thanks ladies!!!!

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  24. Hi!!! Congrats your quilt is so pretty!!!! I am inspired by the caring,sharing,sweet and friendliness of everyone!!! It is like everyone is a good neighbor!!!

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  25. Congrats! Blogland has offered me endless inspiration to create ... sew many quilts :) Pat

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  26. How wonderful for you and I love your quilt design. I guess the thing that has inspired me is more bold colors and modern settings.

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  27. I like the quiltalongs. I don't have any quilting friends locally so it gives me a chance to pretend I do.

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  28. I love to see the new fabrics and colors that are available. It would be impossible for one shop to carry them all and the blog world opens a whole new dimension to the possibilities out there.
    Lynnette

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  29. I'm inspired by how nice everyone is. I have never seen Bad reviews or angry posts. It's so nice to not have any of that bad stuff in some part of my life.

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  30. I saw this in my local quilt shop a few weeks ago--we're all so excited about it! secretcityranch at gmail dot com

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  31. I have been inspired to step out of my comfort zone and start choosing fabrics for myself instead of having to copy a pattern to a T. I have also started FMQ.
    Thanks for the chance to win a great book!

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  32. Would love to win the book! Inspiring? Looking at all your gorgeous work!

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  33. Love your quilt! Thanks for a chance to win a book.

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  34. Congratulations on a lovely quilt! Reading blogs has opened me up to so many new possibilities, colour, fabric, pattern, technique... I'm sure I would never have seen and tried these things any other way.

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  35. Congrats on the book! I'd have to say the most inspiring thing for me on the blogosphere is how supportive and encouraging everyone is. I feel empowered that I can do some of the same things!

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  36. the most inspiring thing is seeing all of the great ideas and designs that people create. that helps motivate me to work on my projects!

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  37. Oh, I never would have started quilting if it weren't for blogs... They made something totally unfamiliar seem accessible. I am totally grateful for all the tutorials that got me started!

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  38. I glanced through the book at the local store last week. Beautiful book. As to blogland, I have been so inspired and learned so much I can't imagine quilting without all my "blog" friends.

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  39. I like that there is so many different things going on and so much to learn and try.

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  40. The things people do with solids inspires me so much! Amazing. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  41. I love seeing all the creative things people come up with that I would never think of doing. Quilting, color choices, patterns, etc. I love it all!

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  42. I have always been inspired by vintage quilts, but seeing all these modern quilts has made me want to make one!!

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  43. I love your new quilt! Browsing through blogs helps motivate me to try new free motion quilting techniques. I am a daily blog hopper!

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  44. What I love most is the inspiration that I get. I am fairly new to quilting, but I just love to see the projects and fabrics used. Your quilt is beautiful :)

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  45. Your quilt is great! I especially love your color choice and the intricacy of the design. Thanks!

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  46. Love your blog. It is the very first blog I "found" and followed! Inspired me to start my own! You work is lovely.

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  47. Congrats on the quilt and really enjoy your blog! The best thing for me about the blogosphere is the access to modern quilt patterns. There are so many new quilters with fresh designs, and I find out about most of them through blogs.

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  48. Sometimes I seem most inspired when I see the same quilt made of different fabrics. It can really show how color & fabric placement can make the same quilt look so different

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  49. I've been inspired the most regarding the FMQ and Long-arming. I've tried both this past year and it has taken my quilting to another level.

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  50. I love the movement in your quilt - that in itself is inspiring. I do, however, find myself inspired by the way so many bloggers interpret a pattern or fabric differently. It's made me think about things in new ways - in a good way.

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  51. Gorgeous quilts! Thanks for the chance!

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  52. I love looking at all the quilts and seeing all the possibilities inspires me. Getting ideas and tips from the blog world keeps me going!

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  53. Congratulations on the book! What inspires me the most is being able to get inspiration from fantastic quilters such as yourself. So many remarkable women with such creative energy in the blog world. Love it!

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  54. The energy and support has inspired me! Of course fabric and designs too.

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  55. I love your quilt and the calm color scheme. Thanks for the chance to win an e-copy of the book. As for the blogging world - I don't have my own blog but always turn to this community for inspiration etc. What has really struck me in the openness, generosity and general kindness of all those here. So many have extended advice, giveaways, swaps, etc. but even virtual friendships - I think that inspires me the most!

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  56. Blog land has inspire me with all the wonderful projects to admire and the sharing of information that is given freely.

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  57. Thanks for the chance - it has been a way to see so many more ways to quilt. Design, fabric, techniques so much to try!

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  58. When I stumbled onto the various quilting bloggers, I was instantly drawn to this community of talented, kind, and real women. I am inspired everyday by what they dream-up and bring to life- all while juggling the often-underestimated demands of family and household (and for some, a day job). Congrats to all of them and thanks for all the inspiration and for being my quilting-community (even if virtually ;)

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  59. Congratulations on the book!!
    What inspired me the most was how supportive and helpful this community is! Everyone willing to share knowledge and tips and problem solve.

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  60. I love the quilt you made, congratulations! Blogland inspired me to get more quilting done and try new techniques. Also that I could put a tutorial together myself :)))

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  61. I never know what to say that others have not already said. I think the quilt is great and would like to look at the other quilts in the book. Thanks

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  62. What a lovely book! The amazing creativity and generousness of everyone in the blog-o-sphere has inspired me - everyone is so friendly and welcoming! And so many GORGEOUS quilt designs and fabrics to choose from!

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  63. Thanks for sharing your beautiful work! I'd love to win a book!

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  64. What a busy woman you've been! I've learned so much from tutorials and blog hops. They allow me to learn at my own speed and practice on smaller projects as I build my skills.

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  65. I find all the wonderful photographs of amazing quilts, utterly inspiring.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  66. I think the most inspiring thing about blogland is the way people are so generous with their knowledge and time. They spend days making tutorials and patterns and offer them for free. People spend days arranging swaps and bees, just because they think it would be a good idea. Blogland connects us into a virtual community rather than a physical one, but it is a real one nonetheless.

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  67. I love your addition to the book, I'm guessing it looks completely different done in differing fabric variations and color combos... lots of potential!

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  68. I'm inspired by all the blogs that feature quilts made from modern designer fabric lines, many of which sadly are not available in my home country or very expensive. Sometimes I indulge myself and order some fabric from the US though. :-)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. Your quilt is great! I love interlocking designs.

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  70. I love blogland. And love everything about it. It's full of hints, ideas, and also general good and bad dealing with life. You know your not out there alone.

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  71. I love that you can make whatever you WANT to make, with no old-fashioned rules.... unless you want them!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  72. There's so much to be inspired by in this bloggy world! Seeing what others are using, the patterns and fabrics, combinations of colours that I wouldn't otherwise think of!

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  73. I love the name of your quilt!! Haha!
    Bloggy land has inspired me to make a quilt via QAL. :)

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  74. Once I want sew for me sometnig so nice ... thank you ... good pattern ... Lenka

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  75. Great change to win à great book. Thanks!

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  76. I love this book!. Thanks for the giveaway.
    FFuentes

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  77. I love your knots. Thanks for the chance to win.
    vlhill3459(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  78. I so love your quilt. It looks so complicated. Congratulations on your inclusion in this awesome book.

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  79. The blogging world gives me so many great ideas. I love your quilt in the book along with so many others. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  80. I really like your design. It is different and that makes it appealing to me. Thanks for sharing n congratulations.

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  81. I love the 3-d look of this quilt. Well done.

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  82. I love that so much inspiration is to be found in Blogland :)! I've been especially inspired in thinking about other ways to use patchwork and quilting than "just" blankets.

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  83. All these talented quilters in blog land inspire me daily - to make beautiful quilts with beautiful fabrics and to even attempt some beautiful quilting on them! I love to see how productive everyone is and that inspires me to get off of the computer and busy at the sewing machine!

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  84. I love all the inspiration from the pictures that folks post.

    Gorgeous book! Thanks for the chance!

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  85. The most? So hard to say. Single blocks, quilts in progress, quilts completed, tips, heartfelt sharing. All of these inspire.

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  86. I'm inspired by seeing the quilt designs and combinations of colors & prints.

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  87. This is jsut what i need for a baby quilt for a frined! HOpe I win!

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  88. I can't wait to see the inside of this book. The cover quilts look so inspiring.

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  89. Congratulations on having your quilt in the book. I get so much inspiration from the bloggers and friends who quilt. They encourage me to try something that seems to hard and the tutorials that I find are so helpful.

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  90. Congrats... So many things have inspired me. I have tried techniques I would never have tried, used color schemes that I would never have used before, tried FMQ thanks to your book, made international friends, and been introduced to so many new quilting books that are a constant source of inspiration.

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  91. Congrats on being published! I really like your quilt! I would like the book, so I could make one of my own.

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  92. Your quilt is da bomb! Congrats on being published :)

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  93. congrats and thanks for the chance

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  94. For years, I was a hand piecer, hand quilter. When I started visiting quilting blogs and saw what amazing things people were doing with sewing machines, I had to try it. I am inspired by all the colors and how they are used, all the quilting patterns and textures...I just realized, I want it all!

    Pick me! Pick me!
    Jan

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  95. I continue to get inspiration from seeing what others come up with.
    Thanks for giving us a chance to win this great looking book!

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  96. Would love to get my hands on this book!

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  97. I love being able to all the fabulous quilts in bloggy land!

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  98. I love to look at others quilts , it always gives me an idea of what to make only my way

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  99. This is my favorite quilt from what I've seen of the book!! Phenomenal job! I can't wait to try my hand at quilting.

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  100. Congrats on being published! This book looks great! I love browsing through Flickr for inspiration!

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  101. I love your quilt in the book.

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  102. Wow. Your quilt is great! Thank you for the chance.

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  103. Congrats on the book! Looks a really good one!

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  104. I think it's starting a blog - if my husband hadn't encouraged me to, I might've made a quilt or two, but with nice people saying sweet things about what I made, it's made me brave enough to try a lot of new things I never would've otherwise.

    Congrats on the book!

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  105. Love your quilt. congrats on the book.

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  106. I'm most inspired by simple quilt designs that create modern looks.

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  107. While I have normally been a traditioanlist, including hand quilting; I have become a fan of modern art quilts and am working on perfecting machine quilting for contests that tequire machine quilting, and even looking ar getting into long-arming :-)

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  108. I think what inspires me most is how wonderfully generous quilters are! They share their time, talents, knowledge and resources abundantly!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. What has inspired me the most??? How about the fabulous use of colors? My old favorite colors were olive, brown, navy, and charcoal grey. Now I'm all about bold and bright and I'm quite certain it has to do with all of the great quilts and fabrics I've seen/discovered on quilting blogs!

    Fawn

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  110. Like seeing the different quilts and even thought of reversing the negative space in one to see what it would look like. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. I am inspired by the way the modern quilters use negative space. As a longarm quilter, I love having a place to "show off" without taking away from the piecing!! Totally cool!!!!!

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  112. I'm most inspired by all the extremely talented ladies, like yourself, that share on their blogs...so thank you and thanks for the chance to win this awesome book.

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  113. I am totally inspired by the fabrics that are showcased on the various blogs. The book looks great - thanks for the chance to win!

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  114. What n awesome book...love modern quilting. Thanks for a chance to win a copy.

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  115. Would love this book! Your quilting is amazing.

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  116. Congratulations on being included in such a great looking book!

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  117. I love your quilt. It boggles my mind how someone can come up with ideas on their own. I am one of those unimaginative people who make quilts from patterns that others have thought up. Keep inspiring others!

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  118. I have had this book on my wish list!!

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  119. This is such a lovely book with so many beautiful projects. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

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  120. Colors! Seeing quilts in colors that I wouldn't normally put together has broadened my quilting scope :)

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  121. Your contribution to the book is beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  122. Congrats on having your really cool quilt in the book! I am inspired by lots of things in bloggyland-- the exchange of ideas, and the visual evolution that is so very visible in what do, and the spirit if sharing, coupled with seeing how each creativr process unfolds...those things spring to mind when I think about the blogging quilting community.

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  123. So many different things have inspired me, the different color combinations, the different ways to quilt, the generosity of people. Love your quilt!

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  124. I love about Americans how they can use colors.

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  125. Beautiful book, beautiful quilts!!

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  126. I was inspired by all those quilts I was seeing that I started quilting myself. Thanks.

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  127. Of the quilts I viewed for the book, I love yours the best! What a talented quilter you are! I have always envied someone who can take a thought and create such a wonderful quilt pattern.

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  128. I love "Knots"! What has inspired me most is the posting of finishes. I was only a process-quilter until I stumbled onto finish link-ups. Now I'm much MUCH better about getting regular finishes. :)

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  129. THe book looks great! I want to win it as I am currently lacking inspiration.

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  130. Inspiration comes everyday when I look at all the great blogs. Thanks for sharing your talents.

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  131. The book looks great but I think your quilt is my favourite!

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  132. Blogs! They inspire me to get out of my box of rigid ideas about what a quilt should be. I'm not so afraid to experiment anymore. I know I can make a sample block to see if i like a certain technique without being committed to making a full size quilt. We all need potholders LOL

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  133. Lots of things have inspired me....modern looking things, improv, and FMQ!

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  134. I love the variety!

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

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  135. Love your quilt! adding your blog to my reader!

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  136. I've found quilting, knitting, sewing and vintage inspiration on blogs, what did we do before them?

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  137. Beautiful quilt, fabulous book. Thanks for the chance of winning it.

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  138. Love your quilt! I'm so inspired everyday by the wonderful quilts on this blog and so many others. It's amazing what people can do!

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  139. This book has so many quilts that I want to make!

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  140. I'm inspired by the diversity and skill of all the amazing artisans doing their stuff. My Pinterest board doth runneth over.

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  141. Oh! I love your quilt...and your blog...and the chance to win (squeal). Looks like a great collaboration!

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  142. Congrats for being on the book!!! Terrific quilt.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  143. What a gorgeous quilt! I love how complicated it looks, but I bet it's easier than I think! I'm inspired by patterns I see around me in everyday life!

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  144. Blog land has made me want to do so many things. Make so many quilts. My boys asked me to make them quilts for their beds but never did I think I would fall in love with so many patterns.

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  145. All the beautiful quilts have inspired me. Also, the yarn, the jewelery, the crafts.......

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  146. The modern quilts has inspired me :D

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  147. How fun! I love to be inspired by photos of your gorgeous quilting. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  148. I hope you pick me to win a copy of this wonderful looking book. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

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  149. It's inspired me to try lots of new techniques, to get out of my comfort zone and head to Sewing Summit this past year, and to embrace my long standing love of fabric.

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  150. Congratulations on being included in this book!

    I get inspired seeing the adorable things other people make. Everyone's so productive!

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  151. I got back into quilting a few yrs ago after visiting a great local quilt shop. I can get lost for hours in quilt pics!

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  152. would love to give this book a home! thanks!! I love love love your blog and have visited it often. Sometimes I don't have time to sew but a good blog post keeps me going until the next time! margo

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  153. I get inspired seeing everyone's projects!

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  154. The willingness to share ha been the most inspiring to me. I just ordered your book and can't wit to look through it. I love your quilt as well. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book.

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  155. Friendships made on line has been the most inspiring. Everyone is such good cheerleaders!

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  156. All the pictures of people's quilts of course!

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  157. Plainly put, all of the quilts inspire me the most!

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  158. I'm constantly inspired by the wonderful blogs I read. Your quilt is awesome!

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  159. Congrats on being in the book. If I don't win, I'm putting this one on my "to buy" list

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  160. thanks for the chance to win a copy! I am inspired by all the work people put into sharing their unique ideas and creations! There is a wealth of great information out here that used to have to be published and paid for! Now everyone shares--such a great community!

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  161. I love the modern design of your quilt, and I am glad for the chance to win a copy of the book!

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  162. Love the quilts in this book! I'm really enjoying the modern looking quilts.

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  163. I like that there is so many different things going on and so much to learn and try. Beautiful quilt, I love the colors!

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  164. Looks like a great book, thanks for the chance to win one! I think the funnest part about bloggy land is viewing the various patterns that you've never seen before - it's great for inspiration.

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  165. Your quilt looks complicated but I hope it isn't. It is very pretty. The blogs I follow brighten my day with the joy they share for their love of quilting.

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  166. I love blog hops. like this one, sends you in directions you may not have been before...sew much to learn in blog land.

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  167. Congratulations! I'd love to win this book! Thanks for the chance!

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  168. The book looks great! Thanks!

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  169. Book looks very good. Good blog.

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  170. What inspires me about the quilting bloggy universe is everyone is so supportive - with quilt ideas, with advice and love, with ideas of good books to read - you name it! Thanks for the give away!

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  171. Blogland has inspired me to learn how to quilt!

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  172. The use of color -- especially solid colored fabrics -- has been a wake-up for me. I've also taken inspiration in the machine quilting.

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  173. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book, I can't wait to get my hands on a copy! I have become aware of the quilting blogging universe at the same time as beginning quilting, so seeing all of the lovely colorful things that can be created is so inspiring!

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  174. love Love LOVE this quilt. The Quilty Blogosphere has inspired me to get out there and get sewing! That I can do it all on my machine. Thanks for the chace at the book.

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  175. Quilt blogs got me to think new, fresh, modern. Really inspiring the juxtaposition of a very traditional craft with beautiful modern art. Today's quilts are what they are because of bloggers and their incredible creativity and willingness to shar

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  176. I have been inspired by the enthusiasm that quilters are sharing in their explorations and creations with photos, tutorials, links, and so on. That is how we all learn more.

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  177. Congrats. I LOVE your quilt. This is definitely on my list to do.

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  178. Tks so much fr the chance!I'd love to win one of the ebooks! x

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  179. Yours is one of my favorites that I have seen in this awesome collection.
    Thanks for the chance to win and for sharing your talents.

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  180. What a great quilt! Thanks for the chance.

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  181. What a great quilt! Thanks for the chance.

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  182. Blog land is SO inspiring I couldn't possibly start to list off all that it has inspired me to do and dream this last year. Great looking book, love your quilt!!!

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  183. I love your quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  184. I am inspired by you young designers who have families and yet still machine quilt for others, plus design quilts and write books and have time to blog! I also am inspired by the beautiful colors of modern quilting and how simple is okay. The design is part of the quilt but doesn't mind being quilted over or the quilting becomes the focus and not the design. I like both the modern and the traditional quilts. You have such an eye for graphic designs that really catch the eye and area pleasing to look at. Thanks for sharing all of your gorgeous quilting as well as designs with us. Keep it up! K-

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  185. Thank you for the giveaway and congratulations on being included in such an amazing book!

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  186. Congratulations! I just love how much quilters inspire each other and are willing to help fellow quilters and their communities at large!

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  187. I have been quilting since 1986 and I find myself drawn more and more to the "Modern" quilt style. I would love to win this book!!

    Debbie

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  188. It's hard to say what has inspired me the most. I was a beginner when I discovered quilting blog land and I have learned so much because of it. So I guess what has inspired me most is how much I learn - everything from patterns to color choices to thread selection to stash building. It's wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  189. Wow! Your quilt reminds me of knitting and yarn. Love it. I am most inspired by reading about other quilters who goof up and make mistakes just like I do - and they survive!

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  190. Ooooh, I love the look of your quilt!

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  191. Wow, I would love to win this book. Thankyou for the opportunity.

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  192. I am totally addicted to your blogs! I wish I spent as much time sewing as much as I read your blogs!

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  193. That stay at home mum's just like me are so creative and making beautiful quilts :)

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