August 11, 2011

GO! baby Giveaway

AccuQuilt just told me they'd like to give away one of their amazing GO!baby fabric cutters to one lucky person! How generous are they?! Not only that, you'll be able to pick three dies of your choice! If you'd like to enter to win, please leave a comment here letting me know your favorite block pattern — traditional or modern, it doesn't matter. Links to images are welcome!
I'll have Franny and Lou randomly pick a winner on Monday.
Good luck!

*** THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED, BUT KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED FOR FUTURE CONTESTS, GIVEAWAYS, NEWS AND OTHER FUN STUFF!***

438 comments:

  1. I have been loving the disappearing nine patch lately.

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  2. ooo thanks!! aw man, first comment - well, here's some hopeful wishing anyway! i love log cabins :)

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  3. I know it sound dumb after all the quilting I've done, but I love anything with 9 patches!

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  4. Just one?!?! Um, disappearing nine patch or blazing star have been catching my eye lots!!!
    Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  5. I'm in love with the Swoon blocks right now.

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  6. I really like several traditional block patterns but the one I seem to use the most is log cabin. I also like the new asterisk pattern that's all over blogland. Thanks for the opportunity to win a Go Baby

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  7. I like the hexie and the nine patach. Wow wouldn't it be nice to win.

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  8. Oh wow! I think my favorite block is the LOVE block right now http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwrshopmom/5837686949/

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  9. I love the double wedding ring pattern! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  10. The Dutch Rose or Carpenter Wheel - both stars with a gazillion HSTs!

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  11. Wow, I would love to win a GO! baby! My favorite block pattern would be the "Weathervane". Other than that, I really love wonky stars!

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  12. I'm in a bit of log cabin love right now.

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  13. I would LOVE to win! I like modern -- I have a red/white hop, skip, jump (Denyse Schmidt) quilt on my wall.

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  14. Pinwheels. Particularly this version: http://www.mccallsquilting.com/images/patterns/8017_pattern_img.gif

    I’m also obsessed with the double wedding ring right now (and saving up for a Go!baby or Go! cutter for that die… but winning would be awesome too!), because I want to do an interpretation of it in the near future.

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  15. The first block that I ever made and learned the name of is the card trick block. To this day it's my favorite!

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  16. I've been crushing hard on the String-X block: http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/06/string-x.html. I have lots of strings to use up.

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  17. I really like traditional blocks made with modern fabrics. Thanks accuquilt for the chance to win.

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  18. the swoon pattern is on my list to buy- love it!

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  19. Oh how lovely it would be to win one of these!! Currently my fav. is Off Center Squares quilt block :)

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  21. I love anything that involves hexies.

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  22. My favorite quilt block is the new york beauty right now, of course that changes all the time though.

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  23. Storm At Sea is my favorite block. The first large quilt I made was a storm at sea. Hand pieced and hand quilted over 1700 pieces.

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  24. I love the log cabin. I'd really like to win! Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  25. The ones that are blocks within blocks, I don't really know their names!
    steeplechaser29 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  26. I don't know if I can be lucky here twice, but I'd love to win a Go. As for blocks, my favorite of late has been Love in a Mist (http://modifytradition.blogspot.com/2010/04/love-in-mist.html).

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  27. I love the Ohio Star quilt block. A quilt of only Ohio Star done up in red & white, draped over a white wicker rocker on a porch with a tall glass of lemonade. Ahhh! Now that's summertime. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  28. I love most anything with half square triangles -- that swoon pattern is awesome looking -- I'd love to try it with any one of your fabric lines! Well, maybe not Verna -- not because I don't love it; only because I've made three quilts already with Verna and I need a change.

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  29. I love square in square patterns--simple and classic! :)

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  30. I love wonky log cabin blocks. Or any improv blocks. I would love to win a Go Baby!

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  31. I am new to quilting so I don't have a favorite block pattern, but I do love the new modern quilt movement. It is what inspired me to starting quilting. In fact I had to hunt down your Fandango collection so I could start on my next quilt!

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  32. Traditional 9-patch where you can substitute other types of designs in each of the squares. Thanks for the giveaway - I really want to win. I'm borrowing my SIL's PC as mine broke and cannot see this box - hope am typing OK

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  33. I love the blazing star. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  34. I love tumbling block diamonds, hexies, stuff like that. I used to be very into Ohio Stars as well. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Log cabins are my favorite blocks! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. oh thank you for the chance! I'm totally in love with dutchman's puzzle at the moment .... that and the swoon blocks ...

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  37. It's funny because my favorite block changes. Right now I have to say it's flying geese.

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  38. One of my favorite blocks that I yet to make is the Iris Wreath http://quilterscache.com/I/IrisWreathBlock.html. My favorite flower is the bearded iris so this block has always attracted me. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

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  39. I am swooned away right now - and it is next on my list... but there so many blocks I like so it's hard to pick just one. My absolute favorite though must be the HST because you can make almost anything with it. Your imagination is the only limit. Thanks for the opportunity :)

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  40. I love kaleidascope blocks. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  41. I don't really have a favorite, but since I really love the look of scrap quilts, I'm going to say Grandmother's Flower Garden.

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  42. I like half square triangles...... and lots more. Wonky log cabins......
    Free lance......

    Enjoyed seeing your use of the AccuQuilt.

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  43. I'd love to win! Thank you for the chance! My favorite blocks are snails trail and broken sugar bowl.

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  44. Lately I am dreaming most about half square triangles - maybe combined as 9 patches...but I always gravitate back to log cabin or variations.
    thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. HI Kate, I love anything with stars. Always my favorite. And Mariner's Compass. And Kaleidoscopes. (Can you tell I have a hard time choosing just one favorite?)

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  46. I'd love to try a "drunkard's Path" some day. I tried piecing curves and it wasn't as bad as I thought. Thanks for the chance! (soniaquilts at gmail dot com)

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  47. Well, I love hexagons, but that's not exactly a block pattern. I am also a big fan of cathedral windows!

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  48. I LOVE the Log Cabin block. Fantastic giveaway, it's what ever quilter wants. Thanks for hosting this giveaway. ;>

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  49. I would love to win the GO! I don't have a favorite but I do love MODERN.
    Thanks!

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  50. I've always loved log cabins. Thanks for the chance!

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  51. LOVE THE PINWHEEL!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  52. My favorite changes as my mood does lol
    But right now I'm loving everything curved.

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  53. My favorite block(s)of the moment is(are)the Swoon and Quilt as you go...I think that the Swoon as beautiful and QAYG is awesome! :)

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  54. I love star blocks! It's hard to pick just one! How beautiful isn't a quilt full of different stars, just like a starry sky...?
    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  55. I'm a fan of stars these days! http://melaniehamdesigns.blogspot.com/2011/08/latest-ainsley-star-block.html

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  56. I love playing with half square triangles. stars pinwheels and the like.

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  57. Storm at Sea has long been a favourite block of mine although I doubt I'll have the courage to try it any time soon. Of course the Go! Baby would at least make cutting the blocks a lot easier.

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  58. I love pineapple blocks--they're so yummy and so impressive looking.

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  59. Hi Kate! I have always loved Ohio Star, and also Rose of Sharon which of course is an applique. I have used both these in a Xmas quilt I am almost finished quilting. \o/ :)

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  60. Great giveaway! I am really into Dresdens right now! :)

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  61. I'm a beginner quilter.....so I really just like something simple. I'm not so much into the patterns as the fabric I'm using.

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  62. I like the wonky log cabin. Can't wait to make a quilt using this block.

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  63. I love any kind of star blocks, my favorite is the feathered star.

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  64. My all time favorite~ Grandma's Flower Garden! Love it in all of its' glory!

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  65. My favourite block at the moment is a star block. Linda

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  66. Love some startooth blocks, but I have been dying to make a hexagon and tumbler quilt, the GO would be perfect!

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  67. What a great giveaway! I have tons of favorites, but seem to revisit Triple Irish Chains often (followed closely by log cabins).

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  68. my favorite quilts of the moment (it will probably change tomorrow) are the ticker tape quilts, especially when the fabrics are arranged in rainbow order. They just make me happy.

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  69. I'm kind of a fan of the wonky log cabin block!

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  70. I love the Double Wedding Ring.

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  71. I am loving the log cabins. Especially after the newish modern log cabin book that came out.

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  72. cutting fabric is my least favorite part of quilting. my favorite block is... anything with HST's! is there anything they can't do?!

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  73. I love any kind of star block. Thanks!

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  74. I do believe that the Mariner's Compass is my favorite block. I'm not sure why. It has always intrigued me and intimidated me. I have yet to be brave enough to attempt one.

    I liked thinking about which was my favorite block. I like so many blocks that I really has to stop and think hard for a minute! Thanks for the opportunity to win and making me stop and take a minute out of my crazy day to think about what I enjoy doing....quilting! :-)

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  75. Shoo Fly blocks are my current favourite ... probably because I've made a lot lately.

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  76. i do love me a pinwheel design! Would like to try a hexie. But right now with a new baby, I'd just like to find time to sew anything at all!

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  77. I love traditional patterns! I love star patterns, and patterns with hst's. I'm addicted to hst's. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!!

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  78. YAY exciting! I seem to be liking pinwheels lately. And the swoon blocks that keep popping up look pretty awesome too.

    Fingers crossed!

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  79. I'm loving Tumblers and Log Cabin blocks right now!

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  80. I just got the pattern to make one and I'm only going from pictures but I love the swoon blocks! My second favorite would be a flying geese! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  81. Oh how I would love to win this! My current favorite block (which changes every day it seems) is the Eccentric Star. http://www.quilterscache.com/E/EccentricStarBlock.html I just love it.

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  82. Anything with stars on it seems, I'm a hand patcher and boy do I need some help speeding up the process!

    I would probably keep it simple with squares and triangles xx

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  83. oh wow. amazing! i love simple block quilts but with fun, funky modern prints. great giveaway!

    p.s. love your fabrics!

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  84. I love the Snail's Trail block. I cut out a quilt during the power outage from Hurricane Rita and it hasn't made it to the top of my list yet! Thanks for a chance to win a Go! Baby.

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  85. Very fun! I recently bought North Meadow and love it! :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. Believe it or not, I love the nine patch block. I absolutely love blocks that chain when pieced together...you know, like an Irish chain. I also have a thing for hexagons! Thank you so much for the chance to win the GO Baby and some dies. Can't wait till Monday!

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  87. I am always drawn to a 9 patch block and its derivatives, like the friendship star. They are so versatile!

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  88. I love log cabin blocks, especially wonky ones!

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  89. My first quilt blocks were the Log Cabin and I love them still.

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  90. I love the various pinwheel blocks!

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  91. Log cabin- first quilt I made and very versitile (sp??). I'd love a go baby. I think my kids and I could crank out lots of great "perfect" shapes.

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  92. Thank you for the chance to win and thank you Accuquilt! I would LOVE LOVE one of these...my favorite block is currently log cabin and I also love stacked books. I am a hand piecer and seriously need to increase my production rate. Thank you so much!

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  93. Courthouse steps...have fabric in mind to start one soon! Lisa in Texas
    lalebla at yahoo dot com

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  94. I like the disappearing 9 patch and pinwheels.

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  95. At the minute I like drunkards path, also find myself drawn towards scallops!

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  96. I have really enjoyed making random Square-within-a-square blocks! Cut random strips; no rules! Loving it :)

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  97. Right now Churn Dash and applique baskets. Only have 20 more to make :-o)

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  98. I love a Double Irish Chain. Not a single block, but I love the look!

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  99. I like the Bear's Paw block. :) I'd love to win a Go! Baby! Thanks for the chance!

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  100. I love the Churn Dash and the Log Cabin...thanks for the chance to win a Baby!! SEW cute!
    Paulette

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  101. I'm not sure the exact name of this block, but I just adore it. I first saw it in a pinwheel sampler quilt and fell in love. It's a simple block, I believe, but oh so pretty. Here's a pic...http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQDDZI4SVP1QwycvJPrNjaTnRT4h63hI3pGEvo-JxX8DFw-b2qluA

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  102. My favorite is the disappearing nine patch... but I haven't allowed myself to have a favorite that used anything other than squares and rectangles because, well, that would be intimidating :-). Maybe not anymore, eh? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  103. I'm kind of in the midst of a modern Churn Dash moment right now:)

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  104. I dont know too many block names, buy I love the traditional log cabin look and you can modernize it with color and fabric position.

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  105. Wow, how nice of AccuQuilt! My all time favorite block is pickle dish and someday I will make one (and not paper piece it - because I hate that technique) It was fun watching your triangles. Never fear, tumblers are even easier! You'll love them.

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  106. Very nice giveaway, been wanting one for a while if even to cut 2 1/2" strips. I'm a traditional sort of gal, love the churn dash and those traditional blocks.

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  107. I'm new at this but I love flying geese and the disappearing nine patch. Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway
    patti xxx

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  108. I'm new at this but I love flying geese and the disappearing nine patch. Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway
    patti xxx

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  109. I'm new at this but I love flying geese and the disappearing nine patch. Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway
    patti xxx

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  110. Wow, I have so many favorite blocks! Right now I'm obsessed with hexagons and traditional or modern quilts made with them. I'm also trying to justify my wish to splurge and buy a set of Terrain fat quarters!

    Lisa
    Lalexander733 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  111. Bonnie's String Spider Web quilt over at Quiltville has been my favorite for many years. I'm still saving scraps & someday I'll get it made!

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  112. Thanks for the give away, I'm in love with the Supernova blocks that Lee has done. http://freshlypieced.blogspot.com/2011/03/supernova-quilt-along-join-me.html
    Just finished my Supernova quilt. Would love a GO! to start a new project.

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  113. I'm heavily into Apple Cores at the moment so a Go Baby would make life a lot easier!

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  114. I Love all types of star block...just can't go past them!

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  115. I like square-in-a-square and also log cabin.

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  116. Nine patches are so versatile - I keep finding new ways to recreate them!! (Well, I keep seeing new ways on all the blogs I check out - and come up with a few myself!) And I'd love to win a Go! Baby for our quilt ministry - thanks for the chance!!

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  117. ooooo I like this block, I believe it's called rectangle squared
    http://www.filminthefridge.com/2010/10/20/rectangle-squared-a-quilt-block-tutorial/

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  118. I love any block thats wonkey just like me!

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  119. Log Cabin! Without a doubt! But I can sew a straight line best, and the Go Baby is on my wish list right now because I'd like to branch out and try some applique.

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  120. I love the dresden plates, just not brave enough to give them a try, yet. :o)

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  121. So hard to choose ,It would be the star patterns or log cabins.

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  122. I have just fallen in love with hexagons, but I would love to make up my hexagons with lots of equilateral triangles. Make it crazy and fun. I just came across a pattern called candied hexagons, and totally fell in love!

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  123. My fav is a churn dash and one of these days I am going to make a whole quilt of them...

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  124. i love the Storm at Sea pattern. I have a wall quilt made with this pattern hanging in the foyer, but it looks like a rainbow of waves with a few stars thrown in for good luck as opposed to the traditional circles. Absolutely lovely & makes me smile every time I gaze upon it! thanks for the giveaway!

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  125. Swoon star block! I am working on that right now and it is my favorite.

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  126. The traditional nine patch. Thanks for the opportunity to win a Go! baby.

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  127. I've recently discovered English paper piecing and have been making lots of hexies. I find it very relaxing (as well as portable). I'm finally using all my little scraps.

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  128. My first quilt was the log cabin~ still have a soft spot in my heart for that one! But also love anything with stars-of any kind!

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  129. Definitely wonky log cabin.

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  130. i love log cabin...every single variation!

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  131. I love the 54-40 or fight block.

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  132. I'm just finishing up a "Twisted Turning Twenty" and it's gonna be pretty. Quick and easy too! Thanks for a chance to win - laurie

    llsbaskets@comcast.net

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  133. I love the tumbling dice pattern!!! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  134. I love playing with Log Cabin blocks.

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  135. I like log cabin designs but I'm a total newbie so even that is a challenge for me :)

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  136. I love hexagons, and Churn Dash blocks have been getting my attention lately.

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  137. My current fave is patchwork of any kind. I don't know if I have a specific block favorite. Thanks for the chance to win! I'd love to try hexagons and tumbling blocks.

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  138. My favorite block right now is the pinwheel.

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  139. My all time favorite block is the Dresden Plate! Thank you for hosting the giveaway!

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  140. I'm a beginner and haven't done alot of blocks but I just tried the disappearing nine patch and I think it's really cool!

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  141. I love the paper pieced pineapple block!! gougeonathome@charter.net

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  142. I am going through a flying geese phase at the moment but ultimate fav is hexagons!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  143. my fave block are the traditional ones, pinwheel, stars, flying geese :O}

    thanks kate!!

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  144. As hard as it is to pick just one block, every time I see Log Cabins, I love them. They can be varied so much, with cornerstones, widths, etc, not to mention fabric choices!

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  145. I love the disappearing nine patch. It's been a great starting out block to get better at making precise blocks. :)

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  146. My favorite block Kate is the pinwheel star with set in seam, thanks for the chance to win!

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  147. I am a new fan of the bow tie block...so fun and a great use of scraps.

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  148. i'm caught up in the chevron/zig zag craze too. the favorite quilt that i have made myself was using log cabins cut into fourths and then rearranged in a haphazard pattern. since i have a hard time sewing straight and even harder time cutting straight :) having a GO!baby would be such a life saver!!!

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  149. That is a very good question... right now I'm loving the bento box blocks... and I love ALL variations of the log cabin block. Modern Log Cabin Quilting is one of my new favorite books!

    Thanks for this great chance!

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  150. For me it might be a toss up between log cabin and 9-patch/disappearing 9-patch. So hard to choose, and it depends a lot on what fabric is being used and what the purpose of the quilt is.

    Oh how I would love to win this prize! I keep trying, so maybe this time I'll be super lucky!

    MGM

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  151. I can't pick just one!
    I like the old Dresden Plate but so many more, guess I am hopelessly a quilt fanatic....




    scraphappy@gmx.(com)

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  152. Wow - I love the traditional (with modern fabric) and modern quilts. I've seen quite a few dresden plates of late that are gorgeous! Thanks!

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  153. Mariner's Compass is my fav. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  154. Right now I've been enjoying wonky stars, but I'd love to try out some circles!

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  155. My favorite block is a log cabin and the modern log cabin.

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  156. I am a Dresden Lover!! Oh I would Love to win!! Thank~You!!

    Nancy

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  157. Squee!
    All time favorite, log cabin. Everyone in my family gets one form or another of a log cabin. But dresdens keep calling my name... especially with Terrain coming out!

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  158. I absolutely love New York Beauty and Mariner's Compass equally! I so hope I would finally be lucky--I have been trying to win a GO for two years now but to no avail. Maybe this will be my lucky time! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  159. I'm still a log cabin block lover! It's traditional but can be given a modern look. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  160. I love Dresdans, but I haven't had the guts to try one yet. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  161. I love log cabin blocks! thank you for the lovely giveaway.

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  162. I love Tea Rose especially with some pretty vintage-themed fabric, but that's this week, next week it could be entirely different. That's the joy of quilting! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  163. I know I will win one of these times. Please, Please pick me. I can't pick a favorite because my favorite today will not be my favorite tomorrow

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  164. I love doing pinwheels, they are so fun to see how they look in the end. Hoping to win this

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  165. I'm new to quilting and I'm loving the forest paths. It can be seen at http://modifytradition.blogspot.com/2010/04/forest-paths.html

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  166. Oh so excited for the chance to win! I'm loving wonky blocks right now!!

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  167. I like Young Man's Fancy since that is the first quilt project I made for my husband. Kathie L in Allentown

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  168. Stars of all kinds are my favorite. Thanks for a chance to wins go.

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  169. I'm partial to anything that looks like a star.

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  170. Oooh thanks so much for the nice giveaway! (And thank you to the nice folks at accuquilt, too :)

    Let's see, favorite block? I'm kind of new to quilting, but right now I'm really digging the garden fence quilt block. It's simple to whip together and I like the clean, modern look. Also, it looks kind of like a companion cube from the game, Portal. Sorry, I'll put the geek away now. :)

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  171. I like anything with pinwheels..thank you for the giveaway!!!

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  172. Cool - a chance to win a Go! I've been on a kick of pinwheel blocks with usually trad. fabrics - but some of hte newer modern fabrics are catching my eye...thanks for a chance to win!

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  173. I love stars! Right now i am working on Folded Star blocks in red and white. Thanks for the Baby GO! chance!

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  174. Traditional Log Cabin is my all time favorite.

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  175. I'm into traditional squares with modern fabrics. Like stars and log cabins.

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  176. I love Jacob's ladder blocks...and Carpenter stars.

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  177. My fav block of all time is an oldie...Blackford's Beauty! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  178. I love the Sawtooth Star. I also loves seeing pictures of your cute kitties.

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  179. I love any kind of star blocks, and the versatility of log cabins. Thanks!

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  180. My favorite block is probably Log Cabin. Thanks for the chance!

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  181. I like all the blocks...it depends on what I am doing ...like the log cabin and stars

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  182. I like them all but right now I like the modern, square in square etc.
    Good Luck everyone. mlanelson33@yahoo.com

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  183. Log cabin in a star is my favorite so far!

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  184. wow! just one block?....hmmmm...baby nine patch. it might be a different favorite block on a another day. ooooohhhh...go baby!

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  185. I'm just dipping my toesies in this quilting ocean of blocks. I must say I do love the log cabin one and will be the first one I'd like to work with.
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    naslyyadid(at)gmail(dot)com

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  186. i like the apple core and the rag and.... oh wait just one, how about them all!!!

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  187. This looks like such a fun tool! I really want to try a tumbling block. I have one that my great grandmother made and I have always wanted to make one too.

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  188. my all time favourite would be DNP but lately i'm obsessed with the Garden Fence block that is popping up all over the show

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  189. Always the pinwheel - with remembrances of colour and movement from childhood it never fails to make me smile.

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