tufted tweets winners!

Wow, so many comments! I loved reading about which color/print was your favorite. It seems as though most of you had the same problems I had in picking a favorite (today? birdies and chairs in orchid…) But anyway, enough about me… how about the winners?


#104 and #733 each win a FQ pack!

#104 is Julie, who wrote “This collection is bringing me to my knees. I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited for a debut! I bought a couple of fat quarters from Laurie’s Etsy shop a while back and cannot get enough. I am a big lover of the underappreciated purple. I’ve been gathering purples for a big purple bomb of a quilt, so they’re my faves, and that couch with the damask behind it…be still my heart!

and #733, Kate, who wrote “OOh, I’m totally an orange person, and also a birder. So I’m crazy about the same one you are: Avian Therapy in orange/red. YUM!!

and then, since there were so many comments, I picked a third winner who will win a scrap bag of the Tufted Tweets line. The winner is #851, SheilaC, who said “I love all the beautiful purples!! Thank you for a great give away!! Can’t wait to make a quilt from this yummy fabric

Thank you to everyone for playing along and leaving great comments!

(Tufted Tweets will be available soon, and it looks like Hawthorne Threads will have the entire line. You can even sign up with them to be alerted by email when it arrives!)


And since I can’t leave you with a post without a picture, I wanted to share these photos I received last night. You might recall the Spotted Squares quilt I made recently for a little girl who was just moving into a twin sized bed. Here’s that quilt at home in her room –



and I think she likes it!


Absolutely lovely! Thanks so much for sending along the photos. It’s always fun to see photos of quilts I’ve made being enjoyed!

Hope you all have wonderful weekends. And a very happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there!!

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