Thursday, September 17, 2015

Peppered Cottons Plaid Quilt (and a giveaway)

Welcome to day 17 of the Jaftex 85th anniversary blog hop.  Jaftex makes beautiful Peppered Cottons which are a personal favorite of mine that I have used a little here and there and various projects (a few places here, for the binding here) and I was interested in being able to make a project entirely with this beautiful fabric.
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While all of the colors are really lovely, I was particularly drawn to the more neutral tones and felt like they would make a great baby boy quilt.  This may have been on my mind because I have a 4 month old baby boy ;)

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The fabrics were wonderful to work with and the finished project is so buttery soft.  My favorite use for this fabric might be as the quilt binding.
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Jaftex has provided me with 20 FQs of Peppered Cottons to share with you.  To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment on this post.  I will choose a random winner on Sunday September 20th.  The giveaway is now closed.


As part of their anniversary celebration, Jaftex is having a huge contest which you can enter below.
85th Anniversary Giveaway

The celebration is continuing for a couple more weeks.  Follow along to see more projects.
September 1 - Kim Diehl guest posting @ American Patchwork & Quilting
September 2 - Pepper @ Pepper at the Quilt Studio 
September 3 - Anjeanette @ Anjeanette Klinder 
September 4 - Leanne @ The Whole Country Caboodle   
September 5 - Mark @ Mark Lipinski's Blog
September 6 - Heather @ Heather Kojan Quilts  
September 7 - Heather @ Trends and Traditions  
September 7 - Martha @ Wagons West Designs  
September 8 - Linda @ Linda Lum DeBono 
September 9 - Heidi @ Red Letter Quilts 
September 10 - Jill @ Jillily Studios  
September 10 - Dana @ My Lazy Daisy  
September 11 - Penny @ Sew Simple Designs  
September 12 - Ida @ Cowtown Quilts 
September 13 - Liz and Beth @ Lizzie B Cre8ive  
September 14 - Melissa @ Sew Bitter Sweet Designs
September 15 - Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl    
September 16 - Amy @ Kati Cupcake 
September 16 - Barbara @ QuiltSoup2 
September 17 - Erica @ Kitchen Table Quilting 
September 18 - Leona @ Leona's Quilting Adventure 
September 19 - Margot @ The Pattern Basket  
September 20 - Sylvia @ Flying Parrot Quilts   
September 21 - Lorna @ Sew Fresh Quilts  
September 22 - Kim @ Aurifil Threads  
September 23 - Rebekah @ Don't Call Me Becky   
September 24 - Julie @ The Crafty Quilter 
September 25 - Mary Ellen @ Little Quilts  
September 25 - Mary Jane @ Holly Hill Designs 
September 26 - Daisy @ Ants to Sugar
September 27 - Melissa @ Happy Quilting
September 28 - Janet @ One S1ster
September 29 - Jenny @ Martingale& Co.
September 30 - Teresa @ Third Floor Quilts
Jaftex Corp. was founded in the 1930’s when Jacob A. Fortunoff started selling fabric on the streets of New York.  At that time, the mainstay of the business was women’s sleepwear and lingerie.  In the 80’s, Jacob’s grandson, Robert, dramatically changed the business of the company.  The business focus was transferred to the over the counter quilt industry when Robert purchased companies like A.E. Nathan, Henry Glass, Stylemaker, Chanteclaire, Fabric Editions/Studioe and more recently The Blank Quilting Corp.  Robert is now joined by his two sons, Scott and Greg.  Scott currently is the President of Studioe Fabrics, The Blank Quilting Corp. & A.E. Nathan Co., Inc.  Greg just joined the business in late 2014 and has successfully spearheaded the company’s foray in to precut fabrics among other contributions.

262 comments :

  1. Beautiful colors, and a great quilt for a baby boy!

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  2. I love your quilt! Those are my kind of colors!!
    I want to try peppered cotton. Thank you.

    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  3. I love transparency quilts! Beautiful.

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  4. I would be leaving a comment even without the giveaway. Your quilt really caught my eye. Nice work. And I thank your baby for the inspiration. Lindafdoyle@verizon.net

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  5. What a wonderful quilt! I have a new (grand)baby boy also and I know his momma would love this. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. The Peppered Cottons that you use are just lovely! Beautiful quilt.

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  7. I love your plaid quilt. I have 3 boys so I too like those baby boy designs. Peppered cottons are also a favorite. I am into solids lately and the "pepper" adds some texture while still reading solid.

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  8. I love the colors, perfect baby boy quilt.

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  9. I've been tempted by these at my LQS, but had limited funds at that time. Such a lovely drape and feel to them! Love this simple yet stunning quilt you have created. Now I have yet another option for my growing list of baby and lap quilts!

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  10. Pretty quilt and the fabric looks very nice and I need it!
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  11. Baby boy quilts are a little more interesting to make than girl quilts. I'm not sure why that is exactly. I guess we just have to think outside the box a little differently. Great job and I like the way the colors segment into each other.

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  12. I love this quilt. Perfect to snuggle under!

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  13. The colors and pattern in your quilt are very nice. Love the combination of the colors.

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  14. Cute quilt for a baby boy. I just made a few mini quilts using peppered cotton. Love that it is a solid with personality. Nice and soft too!

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  15. I like Janie Lou in St. Louis!

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  16. I really love your quilt, so simple and clean, but so gorgeous! Have a great day! dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. I love your quilt--reminds me of picnics in the summer and cozy nights in the winter. Those colors are wonderful, too!

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  18. Great idea for a "non-babyish" baby blanket! I haven't seen these fabrics in real life, I'll have to keep my eye out :)

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  19. Totally beautiful. Wanting to play with transparency!

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  20. Love the classic look of your baby boy quilt. I'd like to something similar with the neutrals bundle with a bit of green and blue at the bottom.

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  21. I've never worked with their peppered cottons, but would love to try. I hope August enjoys his new quilt!

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  22. Your quilt is absolutely perfect! I love a good boy quilt and this is it! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  23. Perfect quilt for baby boy! I love these colors. I will be making a baby girl quilt soon!

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  24. Love the colours available. Thank you for the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  25. My favorite local quilt shop is the Fabric Mart by my house. :} The people there know my name and ask where my kids are when I show up alone!

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  26. I love peppered cottons! The colors are so rich and dimensional. Thanks!

    Love the quilt by the way!

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  27. I love solids I think it makes my mind calming as I sew solids together!
    N.snaer at gmail dot com

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  28. Fave fabric shop....hmmm cool cottons in Oregon
    N.snaer at gmail dot com

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  29. Oh, what an absolutely wonderful quilt!!
    Love how you made this, and need to do it, too!!
    (And perfect timing, as I need a new baby boy quilt!)
    *Thank you* for the inspiration!!

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  30. I love this quilt! It looks so warm and not baby boy-ish, just right for my (not so little) boys!

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  31. I love the plaid look! I just found out last night about a new baby boy who needs a quilt--this one fits the bill. I've never tried peppered cottons, sounds perfect for a baby quilt.

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  32. Such beautiful quilt.Love your fabric combo.!

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  33. I love the quilt you made and how you used the fabrics. Great idea. And I love Peppered Cottons too.

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  34. Like the plaid look. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  35. Love your quilt it looks so soft. Thank you for sharing.

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  36. So pretty! Love the transparency effect.

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  37. What a lovely quilt! And it looks so cozy. The colors that you were sent are beautiful, I can see them in a plaid quilt, very much like the one you made, thank you for the idea!

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  38. Love Peppered Cottons and have been eager to experience them while making a quilt! Spbranson@gmail.com

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  39. I love blue and neutral tones. And I like very much the look of your quilt : simple and modern. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  40. Love the Peppered Cottons! I could make short work of that lovely stack of 20 fat quarters! Thanks for sharing!

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  41. My fave quiltshop is Peachtree Heirlooms here in my home city of Regina, Sk, Canada!

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  42. Ooh, I'd love to make that one too!

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  43. Love the depth of color that this fabric line has. Love your quilt.

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  44. BEAUTIFUL FABRIC WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS THANKS

    ERIN2470@HOTMAIL.COM

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  45. I would never have thought of making a plaid out of the fabrics. Very nice and unique
    I will keep this in mind for a project.

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  46. Perfect for man type projects! Love your little quilt.

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  47. Your baby boy quilt looks wonderful. I've also used peppered cottons in a quilt but never for the whole quilt yet.

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  48. I need a rag to wipe the drool off my keyboard please.. and a chance to win too??? ohhhh squeeelling here!!!

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  49. What a fun quilt you made. And such a generous giveaway. Thanks for sharing!

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  50. I just love your quilt! I've been thinking about plaid quilts lately and yours is just perfect.

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  51. I love your quilt. Looks like a fancy but masculine gingham.

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  52. What beautiful bundles of fabric.

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  53. Beautiful! I have a 2-month baby boy so I'm definitely drawn to that quilt. Would love to make one of my own.

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  54. Love the quilt. Would be perfect for the newly pregnant couple next door. I may just have to create one with yours as the inspiration. Thanks for the chance to win an awesome giveaway. Phyllis ptl1957@hotmail.com

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  55. Those fabrics look SO soft! Would love to try them! Especially since I committed to making a baby quilt for each first baby that my nieces and nephews have....and they are popping them out left and right :)

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  56. Love your fabric choice.. Thanks for the chance.

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  57. I haven't been there very many times, but I love Gracie Lou's in Payson Ut :)

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  58. Wonderful quilt for a boy, great choice of color.

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  59. Lovely quilt! Especially like your choice of fabric for the blue/brown intersection--looks great. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. One quilt shop I love is Hawthorne Threads.

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  60. I love how you made this quilt look like plaid... What a great idea!! Actually, I love a quilt with blocks en pointe... It gives it that extra swish appeal!!

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  61. Great quilt! I love the peppered cottons.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  62. I LOVE the plaid look of your quilt, and I hope I can make one like it someday! sarah@forrussia.org

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  63. A beautiful quilt for a baby boy.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  64. A great boy quilt indeed! These look great :)

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  65. Cute quilt - thanks for sharing. Happy anniversary to Jaftex & thanks for the chance to win.

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  66. Very very nice idea on the lap quilt .......Ty for sharing ,,happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  67. I really like your boy quilt. I've been trying to a pattern that I could make for my niece's baby boy due in November. I'm a very beginner making quilts and have wanted something easy enough for me yet nice enough for a gift, and I think you've shown me the perfect quilt. Thanks! ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

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  68. I'd love to make a quilt like this for my son!

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  69. I already left one comment about your quilt and then saw the raffle-thingy, so am leaving a second for that: I like Tomorrow's Heirloom, my local quilt shop.
    ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

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  70. Either The Village Haberdashery or Simply Solids - both awesome quilt stores.

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  71. Very pretty fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  72. I recently rediscovered working with solids and I love it. I would love to try these peppered cottons.

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  73. I love the name of your blog - that's where I started my quilting too!
    Enjoying the blog hop!

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  74. I love that quilt, clean, simple and beautiful.

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  75. Love soft quilts. Marvelous baby quilt. Very nice. Thanks

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  76. I just adore this quilt!
    Peppered Cottons are so beautiful. I bet they will be a great addition to anyones stash for inspiration and creativity

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  77. That is such a charming quilt. I was going to say it reminded me of gingham, but calling it a transparency quilt is so much more 21st century. :)

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  78. love your quilt such beautiful colors.

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  79. That is a really cute quilt. I always like on point blocks too.

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  80. Love it! Your use of color is amazing! I couldn't do that, but I love looking at it! Lucky baby boy!

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  81. That's a great quilt for a little boy! Wish I would have seen it before I made my grand son's quilt. I'll have to remember it for the next one. Thanks!

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  82. That's a perfect quilt for a boy. I like the plaid look it has. Nice job.

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  83. Your quilt is really cute--perfect for a little boy or even for an older one. Thank you for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  84. Your quilt is awesome! What a perfect gift for a baby boy and boy Mom would love it! Thank you, so many wonderful sharings and ideas.

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  85. What nice prizes! Thanks for hosting.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  86. I love the plaid look. It will be loved!

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  87. How cute is this quilt!!! Love it! Have always wanted to make a plaid quilt, but can't quite get the concept of the colors. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  88. I adore your quilt ! Is that a pattern that's available somewhere, or did you just do it yourself? It's wonderful. And those fabrics, yummy!! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  89. Your quilt looks so fresh! I love the Peppered cottons. Thank you for your entry.

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  90. Your quilt is lovely and it is perfect for a little boy. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  91. What a great baby quilt! It has a real vintage look to me. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  92. What a nice snuggly quilt! Now that my kids are nearly grown I have time to learn to quilt.

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  93. Your quilt is so creative! Great use of the fabrics for a boy. The peppered cottons are beautiful. Thank you for sharing your quilt and to give us an opportunity to win some delicious fabrics!

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  94. Love love looooove your Quilt!! Even tho simple pattern...it is simply Awesome!! (& style I love Best...Easy! lol) It looks cozy & perfect!

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way! Would love to win these beautiful fabrics! Colors are Amazing too!

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  95. Great colors for a boy, I think using this simple quilt pattern & fabrics would make a great rag quilt! Thx for the idea!

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  96. Love your quilt! I can imagine it done in school colors for a "football" quilt, made just big enough for snuggling under as your team plays on Friday or Saturday!

    Sandy A

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  97. Those peppered cottons are beautiful, adds such dimension!

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  98. Lovely quilt, beautiful fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  99. I love the simplicity of this quilt! It helps that I'm a huge fan of plaids. Until this hop, I'd never heard of these fabrics. Now I have to get me some!

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  100. Ooh, love Peppered cottons! They are so gorgeous! Thanks for a great giveaway. Your quilt is wonderful!

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  101. Love The Fabric Patch in Ephrata Washington.

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  102. I love that quilt. As soon as I saw it, I thought of my dad. That quilt looks just like a shirt he use to wear.
    Thank you for a chance to win this fabric.
    jcraven1958@hotmail.com

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  103. What a clever idea this plaid quilt is and the peppered cottons are just perfect!

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  104. Very interesting use of the colors on your quilt. It will be very nice for a baby boy. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  105. These are beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  106. I love the classic look and softness of the quilt. And the color combination is beautiful. Thanks for sharing this!

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  107. I'm constantly running to the fabric store to buy just enough of whatever solid I need for a project. This would be a great addition to my fabric stash!

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  108. I also love peppered cottons. I've made a quilt with them and love the change in shade as you move around the quilt.

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  109. I love the sisters and the fabric shop at Janie Lou in St. Louis. It would be wonderful if they won free fabric bolts.

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  110. That is such a perfect little quilt for a boy and I love plaids. Is there a pattern tutorial posted for it someplace?

    tushaythreeatyahoodotcom

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  111. Such beautiful fabrics! I love the idea of using it for binding. Your quilt looks so cute and comfy! Thanks for the chance :)

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  112. LOVE your color choices. Perfect quilt to cuddle up with for a nap.

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  113. I'm loving this fabric more and more! Especially hearing how soft it is!
    Carol San Diego
    Sandyzoo45@comcast.net

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  114. I love your quilt, with such a simple design and choice of fabrics you made a warm looking quilt. Almost reminds you of a flannel shirt. :)

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  115. The quilt store I like is Queen B's quilt store in Antioch Ca.
    Carol San Diego
    Sandyzoo45@comcast.net

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  116. Love your quilt - reminds of a beautiful plaid!! Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  117. Oh my goodness - love this fabric (and your quilt)! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  118. Solids can make such cute quilts and these fabrics are perfect for a quick little toddler or baby quilt. Love the colors you chose.

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  119. I really love your quilt. What a perfect baby boy quilt! You got the colors spot on!

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  120. What a perfect baby boy quilt! Soft,comfy and cozy without being too "cutesey".

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  121. Wow, talk about a newbie, I've never heard of peppered cotton! My favorite fabric shop is Fat Quarter Shop.

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  125. Love your quilt!! Totally reminds me of a plaid shirt - perfect for any guy!!

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  126. I would be happy to try this fabric I never see. Beautiful boy quilt.

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  127. Beautiful use of fabric and a great baby boy quilt! Love your ideas!!

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  128. Your quilt is lovely and I would love the opportunity to work with these fabrics.

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  129. Peppered cottons have such a wonderfully soft look, and great texture that resembles linen. You have a really sweet quilt for your babe - love the color choices!

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  130. I have a soft spot for boy quilts and this one is perfect! Lovely fabrics!

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  131. What a beautiful, simple quilt! I love simple square patterns and your colour design is great! Thank you for a lovely give away! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  132. Such a cute design, and the peppered cottons look beautiful!

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  133. A great quilt for a boy, and I love the Peppered cottons. They have such lovely texture!

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  134. These colors are soooo scrumptious!! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Liz
    boltonia55@yahoo.com

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  135. I love the colors and the way this turned out. Wonderful.

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  136. The simplicity of the patchwork goes very well together with the beautiful Peppered Cottons!

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  137. As I looked through your web site, I see you make beautiful, cheery quilts. And the peppered cotton quilt is just as cute. Would love to feel how buttery it is.

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  138. Interesting fabrics, intrigued by the comment about the softness, love the natural colours.

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  139. I really like this plaid. It think I'd like it on the back of a quilt.

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  140. It looks soft even in the photo. A wonderful pattern to let the fabrics be the star.

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  141. So pretty! Nice to see them made up into that pretty quilt!

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  142. Love the soft warm "already loved" look of this quilt. Buhanks for the opportunity.

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  143. Beautiful soft colors in these bundles. These would be so pretty to work with. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway chance!

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  144. From a distance the quilt actually looks like a whole clothe, large scale plaid fabric! Nice job. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  145. I love how you used the quilt squares to make the plaid! Beautiful! I can't wait to try and make plaid quilt like yours!

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  146. Gosh I love this - perfect for a baby boy!

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  147. I shop at Pennington Quilt Works (NJ)
    drlbennett at gmail dot com

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  148. You're right! Great colors for a baby boy quilt - sometimes it's so hard to find just the right colors for boys quilts (for me at least!!).
    Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win this great prize :)
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  149. I love the plaid look, and I love the fabrics. Thanks for this chance to win.

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  150. Congratulations on your new baby boy. I love the quilt you created for him out of the peppered cottons. Thank you for a chance at winning a bundle of deliciousness.

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  151. Lovely quilt - thank for the chance at the giveaway.

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  152. What a creative use of the Peppered Cottons! I am currently working on a quilt for my 4 month old grandson, too! It is taking me a long time, though. This looks like it would be fairly quick and easy.

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  153. This is such a perfect design for a baby quilt and a great use of those fun fabrics, Erica. Love the quilting!

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  154. I love how this looks! It's so simple and I love how the colors look.

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  155. I need to make baby quilts, winning these would be awesome

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  156. I love the plaid quilt. I think it would make a great quilt for a baby boy, too. Thanks for taking part in the blog hop.

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  157. I like the way the bright colors look so soft. Is that an oxymoron? Thanks for the chance to win.

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  158. What a great little quilt! Proof that simple is often best :)

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  159. Awesome quilt. My plaid loving husband would approve!

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  160. Beautiful quilt! Such good colors for a little boy!

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  161. Love the colors! Love the quilt! Love the quilting! Simply soft and beautiful 😊

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  162. Ohhhh, I have two new grand babies that I would love to make quilts for. Thanks for the chance!

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  163. What a fun way to use these cottons. Love this!

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  164. great quilt for a baby boy - simple but effective

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  165. BEAUTIFUL FABRICS! THANKS FOR YOUR GIVEAWAY!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  166. I have been wanting to try a plaid quilt and this is just perfect for a first-timer. The fabrics look so delicious!

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  167. Those colors are to die for! Please pick me!

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  168. Love the calming look of your quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  169. My favorite quilt shop is Missouri Star Quilt Shop

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  170. What a lovely and simply elegant quilt!

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  171. Thanks for sharing your quilt with us.

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  172. Love the quilt. I am going to have to start using more solids in my quilts. You have inspired me.

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  173. I love the colors you chose for your quilt!

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  174. Those peppered cottons are perfect for the quilt you made. Just gorgeous.

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  175. Such a beautiful mix of soft colors on your quilt - really, really pretty. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  176. pretty colors. those fabrics have such a soft hand........... great for baby quilts!!!

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  177. Such a great giveaway, thank you so much

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  178. What a lovely way to use these great fabrics.

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  179. Plaid was such a great idea. I love the masculine color choices.

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  180. Love the simplicity and neutral tones. Thanks for hosting!

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  181. I love the look of this plaid quilt. Fantastic job!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  182. I'd love to win these beautiful fabrics to make a quilt for charity.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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