A Book Review and Giveaway: Quilts Made with Love

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This was a hard review for me to start writing because, in all honesty, I struggled to narrow down all that I want to say about this book and its author. Rachel Griffith, the author of the new Quilts Made with Love, is an amazing person to know, and an absolutely fabulous quilt designer. I’ve known and worked with Rachel for a couple of years now, and through the stress of maintaining a blog, keeping up with her four kiddos, and writing a book (!), she always remains positive, motivated, and utterly inspiring. Rachel has a knack for designing quilts that can be used for really every occasion. She understands that the sentimentality that goes along with the gift of a quilt speaks loudly in times of happiness or sadness. One of my favorite things about this book is that it is divided into two different themes: Quilts to Celebrate, and Quilts to Comfort.

Rachel’s beautiful aesthetic is demonstrated magnificently throughout the book. Each quilt’s fabric selections match the style that she was trying to achieve flawlessly. The quilts shown in the “Quilts to Celebrate” section are bright, cheery, and thoughtful, where the quilts shown in the “Quilts to Comfort” section are more subdued, but are absolutely gorgeous. No matter what you’re looking for, one thing is for sure: when you open this book, you will be able to pick the appropriate quilt for whatever situation you or your loved ones are faced with.

As I rapidly approach my third trimester of pregnancy, I see so many quilts in this book that I would love to have adorning my nursery! One of my favorites is called Sweet Cheeks. How cute is this quilt?!

Another quilt that I just keep coming back to is called Oh Happy Day. It’s bright, happy, and keeps putting a smile on my face! The best thing about this quilt is that it can be easily adapted to anyone’s style.

In total, the book has 19 flawless designs; each of which with its own special meaning. Some of the other gorgeous designs included are below.

Now, because I love this book so much, I was eager to get it in the hands of as many people as possible. You know what that means, right? It’s giveaway time! If you’d like to win a copy of this book, simply leave me a comment telling me who in your life would like to receive a Quilts Made with Love quilt.

I will be giving away three copies of the book to residents of the US and Canada. Winners will be selected and announced here on Notions next Tuesday, October 15th. If you can’t wait to get your hands on this book, we have good news: it’s on sale! The regular retail price is $24.99 but you can get it at Connecting Threads now for just $14.99.

*Rules: Contest open to residents of US and Canada only. One entry per person, please. No purchase required. You must provide a valid email address so that we can contact you if you win. All comments must be on this blog post; any comments on other posts will not be counted. If you’re selected as a winner, we will contact you and ask for your mailing address. If we do not hear back within 7 days, your prize will no longer be available. Good luck!


550 responses to “A Book Review and Giveaway: Quilts Made with Love”

  1. Jennifer Hope Says:
    10/08/2013 7:37 am

    I think my sister Julie would love this book. She is a newer quilter and would enjoy the vairiety of designs and colors used.
    Thank you

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  2. Connie White Says:
    10/08/2013 8:16 am

    I think my daughter would love to have a quilt made from this book. She has grown to be such a special woman, and I am proud of who she has become.
    I would love to win this book! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  3. Cherie Says:
    10/08/2013 8:43 am

    I would love to make myself one of these quilts. Then I’d like to make one for each of my three children.

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  4. Julie Says:
    10/08/2013 8:46 am

    My daughter would love to receive a quilt from this book for my 2nd grandbaby to be born February 2014! And, I would be more than happy to make it!! :)

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  5. Christine Sherman Says:
    10/08/2013 8:46 am

    I have sooo many quilts on the list for gifts! I have lots of friends and family that would love a quilt from this book :)

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  6. Donna Danielson Says:
    10/08/2013 8:46 am

    Would love to own this book
    Donna

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  7. Mary White Says:
    10/08/2013 8:47 am

    My newest grandbaby will arrive in February. I think his/her mother would love a quilt made with love for the great job she is doing during her pregnancy.

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  8. Anne Cameron Says:
    10/08/2013 8:52 am

    I would love to see my friend receive a copy of this book. She recently lost both of her parents only a couple of hours apart and I so wish I could comfort her.

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  9. Sarah B Says:
    10/08/2013 8:53 am

    Oh I just love those patterns! I have so much material that would go perfectly!

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  10. shannon Says:
    10/08/2013 8:53 am

    Lovin’ the simplicity of many of her quilts. It is encouraging to see that beautiful quilts do not have to be complex or really difficult.Also like the sweet and cheerful colors she has used as her demos.

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  11. Diane Says:
    10/08/2013 8:54 am

    This book sounds like it would inspire me for several family member quilts I am wanting to do.

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  12. Lisa Bien Says:
    10/08/2013 8:56 am

    The girls in my quilting guild select worthy recipients in our town and gift them a personalized quilt that we collectively create. Rachel’s book would inspire us as we continue this mission.

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  13. April Anderson Roche Says:
    10/08/2013 8:56 am

    My grandson wants a quilt. He just turned 7. He had a sleep over at Grammy’s house and sat down with my quilt books and magazines. Went through all of them showing what he liked which was pretty much all. He even asked how I do it. He amazed me.

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  14. cecilia jones Says:
    10/08/2013 8:58 am

    I see myself sewing one of these projects.

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  15. Zlaty Says:
    10/08/2013 8:59 am

    Love the bright quilt on the cover!

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  16. Cathy B Says:
    10/08/2013 9:00 am

    I would LOVE this book! So many great , fun quilts to make!!

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  17. Bernie Cramer Says:
    10/08/2013 9:01 am

    I would love to win this book and give it to my friend Sharon. She has inspired me to quiilt, taken the time to rip out my less than perfect seams and all the while keeping me totally interested. I think we could and would make a quilt together from these lovely patterns.

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  18. Ann Says:
    10/08/2013 9:03 am

    I would definitely make one of these quilts for my very good friend who has moved all the way across the country. East coast to West coast. She is the other half of my quilting soul and I miss her. I also might be able to make a few for the grandkids!

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  19. Lana McHatten Says:
    10/08/2013 9:04 am

    Really beautiful illustrations of designs and color combinations. Love the simplicity and inspiration of the quilts in this book. Something for everyone!

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  20. Sharon Osborne Says:
    10/08/2013 9:04 am

    I have a very dear friend that just moved back to Denver from Florida after many years. I think she needs a comforting quilt for her new home. Would love to use this book for her quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  21. chrissie w Says:
    10/08/2013 9:07 am

    i would make my youngest brother a quilt from this book (using manly fabrics of course!) i have made quilts for almost everyone in my family, and he desperately wants one. i don’t want him to be left out!

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  22. Donna U Says:
    10/08/2013 9:07 am

    I love “Oh Happy Day”‘! Looks like a fun book.

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  23. barbara woods Says:
    10/08/2013 9:11 am

    Would love to win, thanks

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  24. Pat C Says:
    10/08/2013 9:11 am

    What a lovely book. I would like to make a quilt for my grandson. He’s two and a half so he doesn’t know he wants a quilt yet!

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  25. Molly Skeen Says:
    10/08/2013 9:13 am

    I’d love to win a copy of this book to share with my Mom. She’s been a quilter, but now suffers from dementia and isn’t able to follow quilt patterns any more. She likes to look at quilting books with me though. Sometimes we work on projects together and this book looks like it has some patterns that would appeal to both of us.

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  26. Tami Chaulk Says:
    10/08/2013 9:14 am

    I would love this book! So many fun quilts to make! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  27. Cassie Gribble Says:
    10/08/2013 9:14 am

    I would make my brother a quilt to use while he is going through chemo.

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  28. Robbin Goode Says:
    10/08/2013 9:15 am

    Love to have this book!

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  29. Paty Wilson Says:
    10/08/2013 9:18 am

    Great Book. I would love to have this. I am a new quilter and the designs look great!

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  30. Barb Alston Says:
    10/08/2013 9:18 am

    I love Oh Happy Day and already have fabric for it! One of my granddaughters would probably claim it.

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  31. Ida Lawson Says:
    10/08/2013 9:21 am

    I love making quilts for friends and family. There are so many patterns I want to try! I would love a copy of this book!

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  32. Laura H. Says:
    10/08/2013 9:22 am

    My friend and former co-worker Steve has lost a lot of weight from a recurrence of cancer. He starts chemo tomorrow. I’d love to make him a quilt to warm him up!

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  33. Jennie Wehrenberg Says:
    10/08/2013 9:28 am

    What a great new book. I would love to pick my next quilt out of this book. My husband has been so patient waiting for me to finish quilts for everyone else. It’s finally time to make him one and I would love to pick a pattern out of this book.

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  34. Irmgard Lake Says:
    10/08/2013 9:30 am

    Lots of babies coming my way. I would really like to have this book to help me make quilts for the little ones.

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  35. Jenn Martin Says:
    10/08/2013 9:33 am

    A friend has requested a large quilt she can wrap up in and it feel like a warm hug from me. I think one of these designs would do nicely. All are so pretty!

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  36. Mary Says:
    10/08/2013 9:35 am

    I have a long list of people who would love for me to make them a quilt. I am always looking for new patterns and ideas. I don’t like to make the same quilt twice. This books has many inspiring quilts. I would love to make them.

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  37. Jocelyn Says:
    10/08/2013 9:35 am

    I have purposed to make quilts using fabric from my stash to give to the Children’s hospital in our town. I think there is such a need for warmth and comfort for these children who are in a hospital situation. My own son was hospitalized when he was 3 weeks old, so I know the kind of stress that can bring on the family. Thanks so much for the review and giveaway.

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  38. Rina Says:
    10/08/2013 9:37 am

    My niece would love a quilt made from one of the patterns in this book and I think the cover quilt would be perfect.

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  39. Jennifer@ Little Blog in the Big Woods Says:
    10/08/2013 9:41 am

    I would love this book! I still have 6 out of 10 nieces and nephews to make quilts for. I also hope to make one for each of our siblings and their spouses as well! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  40. Jeannie Slack Says:
    10/08/2013 9:41 am

    LOVE THIS BOOK!!!! Looks like lots of fun projects!!

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  41. Courtney Elwell Says:
    10/08/2013 9:46 am

    My bff would love one!!! Thanks!

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  42. Tracy Charles Says:
    10/08/2013 9:47 am

    I would love a copy of this book to share with my daughter. She is just discovering quilting on her own, after watching me for years, and making a quilt as a child, and submitting it to the Jacksonville Fl quilt show. I am excited that she has returned to sewing and she could use this book!

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  43. Glennis Salls Says:
    10/08/2013 9:51 am

    I am a beginner at quilting and I would love this book. I have a lot to learn but I am catching the fever!

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  44. Ellen Freeman Says:
    10/08/2013 9:52 am

    I would so love to have this special book.
    There is a home here for troubled children
    That I would make them a quilt of comfort

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  45. Cynthia Weddle Says:
    10/08/2013 9:55 am

    I believe my mother would like a quilt from this book. She has a quilt from her mother and since I am the only child who sews…one from me would be nice. She downsized to an apartment a couple years ago and no longer has a large bed, so a smaller one to stay all cozy would be wonderful. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  46. Cindy Shepherd Says:
    10/08/2013 10:04 am

    I love this book. Its a must have. I am see lots of family , friends and charities receiving quilts made from this book. I love seeing both comfort and joy in one book.

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  47. Cecilia Says:
    10/08/2013 10:07 am

    I would like to Mae one of these quilts for my youngest granddaughter. She is ready for a “drag along” quilt of her own. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of Rachel’s book.

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  48. Sylvia Says:
    10/08/2013 10:12 am

    Such an inspiring book! It will be hard for me to choose the first person to make a quilt of “comfort and joy” for once I win this book!

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  49. katrina hertzer Says:
    10/08/2013 10:16 am

    i have an old friend who is expecting her first child this spring, she would be a great recipient of a quilts made with love design!

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  50. Connie Rodriguez Says:
    10/08/2013 10:24 am

    I would like my granddaughter to pick one out we could make together. thanks for the chance to win

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  51. Karen Lange Says:
    10/08/2013 10:36 am

    I would love to win this book! I enjoy making and giving quilts as gifts and these quilts are the kind I enjoy sewing and sharing.
    Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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  52. Kathleen Sauter Says:
    10/08/2013 10:38 am

    I would love to own this book

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  53. Ceil Says:
    10/08/2013 10:38 am

    I would love to make one of these for my husband’s sister! I just love the cover quilt!

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  54. Lydia Delmont Says:
    10/08/2013 10:43 am

    I am in the process of making Big Sister/ Brother quilts for my grandkids as both families have babies due this year. Then it will be Dino(boy)/Sun Bonnet Sue(girls) for the babies – carrying on a tradition for my mom who has passed.

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  55. Sarah Z. Says:
    10/08/2013 10:46 am

    I myself would love a copy of this book. I love her designs!

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  56. Cheryl Lafferty Says:
    10/08/2013 10:48 am

    I would love this book for my cousin who just underwent a double mastectomy. I am flying from Ontario to Victoria BC this weekend to spend Thanksgiving with her as she was unable to fly due to the germs. She is a seasoned seamstress and has just taken up quilting. She would love it !

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  57. Regina Says:
    10/08/2013 10:53 am

    I have a friend who is struggling – health issues, financial issues, family issues – and she is far from me geographically so hard for me to help. I think a quilty hug would help.

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  58. Jeanne Auslam Says:
    10/08/2013 10:55 am

    This book sounds wonderful and the quilts shown here are ones I know I would make, thank you for a great review . I make quilts and donate them to oncology labs, pediatric units and every 3 year here in northern california we do the Sutter Breast Cancer Auction. This book would be a blessing in all of these efforts.
    Thank you , Jeanne

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  59. Sue weiby Says:
    10/08/2013 10:56 am

    Would love to have a copy of this book for me and a couple of my quilting friends. Love the quilts

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  60. Melanie D Says:
    10/08/2013 10:58 am

    I think everyone I know would want one of the quilts in this book….and me!

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  61. Marianne Says:
    10/08/2013 10:59 am

    looks like a fantastic book!

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  62. Becky F. Says:
    10/08/2013 11:08 am

    Looks like a good book! I like those designs.

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  63. Sylvia Says:
    10/08/2013 11:18 am

    My granddaughter would like a quilt made with Love, she just got married in August.

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  64. Kathie L Says:
    10/08/2013 11:22 am

    I’d love to make a quilt for my aunt who is having health problems. I love to show her the quilts I make because she is a quilter also. I’d like to give her one to keep.

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  65. Linda B (Granmubby) Says:
    10/08/2013 11:34 am

    I have just visited a disabled young woman from our church who had made a bid on last year’s quilt at our bazaar, (which I had made), and didn’t get it. I would like to make her one! Great looking book! Thanks.

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  66. Mary Dowell Says:
    10/08/2013 11:49 am

    I would love to win this book, I have been looking for a special quilt pattern to make for a friend of mine who has gone through a lot of good and bad times with me.

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  67. Melinda Green Says:
    10/08/2013 11:49 am

    I also quilt with love… :)
    And would love a copy of this book.
    Haven’t been quilting to long… but absolutely love to make quilts.

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  68. May Ellen Says:
    10/08/2013 11:49 am

    All of the quilts are beautiful and I would love to have all of the patterns. I would so enjoy making one for my beautiful sweet granddaughter.

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  69. Sue Nelson Says:
    10/08/2013 11:51 am

    I would love to make a quilt for Hospice here in Barrie – it is wonderful that we have this facility, giving people their last days in comfort and beautiful surroundings. There are so many great charities out there to make quilts for.

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  70. Joan H. Says:
    10/08/2013 11:52 am

    This looks like a wonderful book to have. I would like to make a quilt for an old and dear friend who is struggling with terminal cancer.

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  71. Leslie Wall Says:
    10/08/2013 12:01 pm

    Love these quilts. I think everyone I know would love one…..lol including me :) Quilts do make you smile and show how much we care when we make them for others. Just love them.

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  72. Lena Says:
    10/08/2013 12:21 pm

    Nice quilt patterns, would love to win.

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  73. Bernice Says:
    10/08/2013 12:25 pm

    I would love to win this book and be inspired to make a “quilt made with love” for my grandson, 10months, and my grandaughter, 7 months.

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  74. grapenutquilter Says:
    10/08/2013 12:27 pm

    Can’t wait to get started! Love the patterns and I have some Connecting Threads fabrics in mind that will work wonderfully!

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  75. kay holm Says:
    10/08/2013 12:42 pm

    I just found out a friend of mine is having a benefit because she has breast cancer now, and suffered a stroke earlier which left her unable to work. I would like to donate a “quilt with love” to the silent auction.

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  76. Kathy Day Says:
    10/08/2013 12:43 pm

    The title says it all!!

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  77. anita lansberry Says:
    10/08/2013 12:50 pm

    This book sounds great. I would love a copy to share with my guild.

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  78. jenni Says:
    10/08/2013 12:52 pm

    I have a grandbaby due in February and I am sure he/she needs a darling quilt!

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  79. kris Says:
    10/08/2013 12:55 pm

    Great book!

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  80. Diane Karaba Says:
    10/08/2013 1:00 pm

    I would so love this book. As a self taught quilter nanna of 13 grandkids I am always looking for more ideas and ways to learn more. I am also teaching my 9 year old granddaughter how to sew and this would be a great gift to share with her:)

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  81. Lynn W. Says:
    10/08/2013 1:02 pm

    What adorable quilts in this new book. If I don’t win a copy I may have to order it. Thank you for offering a great giveaway!

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  82. Heidi Says:
    10/08/2013 1:15 pm

    I think it’s time to make a quilt for myself! I’d love to make one for ME! :)

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  83. Paula Says:
    10/08/2013 1:20 pm

    As a newbie quilter, I have made a quilt for my new granddaughter and my 5-yr old niece. I’m wanting to make one now for my Mom – and that one will definitely be made with love.

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  84. Sandra Haak Says:
    10/08/2013 1:30 pm

    I love making quilts for family and friends. Two girls at work are pregnant. Also my granddaughter who is eight years old is starting to quilt and she likes new patterns, and likes to look and try new ones.

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  85. Kathy P. Says:
    10/08/2013 1:43 pm

    I am a beginner/intermediate quilter. I want to make my Mother a quilt for her 76th birthday in January. This book would help me make a special one made with love!

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  86. Rebecca Gabbard Says:
    10/08/2013 1:50 pm

    What a great title. I have started finishing my own quilts and others this past year. Making and finishing baby quilts as gifts is such a heartwarming experience. My friends buy them for gifts and the prospective parents rave about them. I love the patterns you have posted.

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  87. Donna Sykes Says:
    10/08/2013 1:54 pm

    I plan to make a quilt for my mother’s 80th birthday. This book may help me decide exactly what I should do for her.

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  88. Eileen DiPietro Says:
    10/08/2013 2:00 pm

    I’ve been admiring Rachel Griffith’s work for some time now and she never disappoints!! I would love to have her book. My family is insanely large and I’m always wanting to make a quilt for everyone but I think I would probably make one for my sister who is expecting her first grandchild this year so they could snuggle together. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  89. Sandy Bowers Says:
    10/08/2013 2:07 pm

    My father is 87 years old and I have just started quilting this summer. He has requested I make him a quilt. My mother is 78 and she also wants her own quilt….then there is my husband, and all the grandkids…..whew!

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  90. Terry Estes Says:
    10/08/2013 2:08 pm

    I would make quilts for my four children and six grandchildren. I made sure about 15 years ago each of my children had quilts from each of MY grandmothers (I have three). There is no feeling like snuggling underneath a blanket made by someone who loves you. You get to experience the memories and love all over again.

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  91. Karen Hamann Says:
    10/08/2013 2:13 pm

    Absolutely beautiful.. can’t wait to see all the patterns – will be looking for this book!

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  92. Elinor Says:
    10/08/2013 2:31 pm

    I would love this book. My daughter is a survivor of Nonhodgekins lynfoma. It is now 20 years!!

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  93. Laura Says:
    10/08/2013 2:34 pm

    I know my sister-in-law would love a “Quits Made with Love” quilt! She has been eyeing other quiltas I’ve made so I suppose it’s her time. :) Thanks for the chance!

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  94. Barb Says:
    10/08/2013 2:45 pm

    I need to make a really special quilt for my sister. I don’t get to see her often enough and want to make a quilt to let her know how often she is in my thoughts. And then there’s my granddaughter who does not have a bed sized quilt from me yet. The book looks beautiful!

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  95. Tryphena Hanrahan Says:
    10/08/2013 2:49 pm

    Beautiful quilts in this book.. Would love to win it…

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  96. Sonya Says:
    10/08/2013 2:53 pm

    I would LOVE to win this book! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  97. Nancy Myers Says:
    10/08/2013 3:19 pm

    I have a friend who was recently diagnosed with cancer and one of these quilts would surely tell her “made with love.”

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  98. Kathy C in OR Says:
    10/08/2013 3:22 pm

    I am always looking for new inspiration.
    Would love a copy.

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  99. Robin Tuckerman Says:
    10/08/2013 3:31 pm

    I would hope all quilts are made with love, so this would be the frosting on the cake! Besides I have worn out all my other books ;)

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  100. Debbie Says:
    10/08/2013 3:48 pm

    I know my dad would love a ‘quilt made with love’ even though every thing I make is made with love :) I have yet to make him a quilt so it’s his turn.

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  101. Nicola Says:
    10/08/2013 3:54 pm

    My mom! That is who I would give a quilt made from this book!!

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  102. Denise Mitchell Says:
    10/08/2013 3:56 pm

    I would love a copy of this book! I have four little relatives that I would jump for joy if I made them each a quilt.

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  103. Shannon M. Says:
    10/08/2013 3:59 pm

    I love making quilts and love the vibrant colors of the quilts in this book review. Let’s sew!

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  104. Sabrina Paynter Says:
    10/08/2013 4:00 pm

    II love to make things for my boys (2yrs and 5yrs). I love to be creative and I love to make things for my family and friends. This book would give me sosoany differnt ideas to add to my collection. Thank you for the opportunity to try and win a copy of “Quilts made with Love”.

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  105. Karen G Says:
    10/08/2013 4:19 pm

    All the quilts are so fresh and pretty, I love the colors she has used. I would love to win the book and recreate some if not all of her quilts. Some designs catch one’s eye and hers surely do that.

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  106. Kathleen Says:
    10/08/2013 4:30 pm

    I would love to make a quilt for my 84 year old mother from this book. It’s starting to get cold and she loves to cover up, right up to her chin, sit in the rocker and watch TV. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  107. Stacey W Says:
    10/08/2013 4:41 pm

    I would love to give a copy of this book to my mother-in-law. We would share it, of course. LOL She is my sewing partner and has given me the opportunity to learn so much. This would be an excellent gift to show her I appreciate her!

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  108. Michele Morrison Says:
    10/08/2013 4:58 pm

    My sewing group, 18 of us, always make an quilt every year to be auction at Sutter Hospital. this book would be great for some new ideas and would love to show the ladies. I know several will probably love to purchase one for their library once they see it. thank you for sharing with us.

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  109. Julia S. Says:
    10/08/2013 5:16 pm

    My daughter and my daughter in law as well as myself would like to receive one of these quilts. Of course, I will be the one making them, something which I have not done for many years because of working 12 hour shifts taking care of folks in the hospital. But, I am retired now and plan on taking up the craft I once loved again :)

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  110. Beth Says:
    10/08/2013 5:43 pm

    I would love a copy of this book to use as a prize at our quilt retreat in Odgensburg NY We have quilting friends from Canada who join us too.

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  111. Shirley J. Says:
    10/08/2013 5:47 pm

    This would make a wonderful addition for the girls making Comfort quilts from our guild!! Thank you!

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  112. Dixie Says:
    10/08/2013 6:05 pm

    My 14 year old cat’s health is failing and she is in need of comfort. I just realized I want to make her a quilt. But maybe that is to comfort me…

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  113. Carol Says:
    10/08/2013 6:11 pm

    I would love to make one of these quilts for my daughter.

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  114. Linda Duthie Says:
    10/08/2013 6:15 pm

    Would love to try these ideas!

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  115. Aunt Jenny Says:
    10/08/2013 6:26 pm

    We all need love in our lives. I would like to give the book to my great neice who is a great quilter, as is her sister and mother. I know these three would make good use of such a book as they all quilt with love,

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  116. Sandy A in St. Louis Says:
    10/08/2013 6:33 pm

    I would love to make a quilt for my friend’s daughter Tricia. She is in college and has never received anything hand made from me…Yet! :)

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  117. Toni Schenk Says:
    10/08/2013 7:19 pm

    My Mama. Yes I’m almost 60 years old and I still call her Mama. 3 years ago she fell and broke her neck. Although she hasn’t been the same in some ways since she is so appreciative of anything I or anybody else does for her.

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  118. Sheila M/FL Says:
    10/08/2013 7:32 pm

    I would love to make a quilt of love for my parents 50th wedding anniversary which is next June.

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  119. Janet Says:
    10/08/2013 7:34 pm

    I’d like to make quilt(s) for my grandchildren. Thank you for offering a copy of your book.

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  120. Francie Roseen Says:
    10/08/2013 8:04 pm

    Lovely patterns. Anyone I know would enjoy one!

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  121. Paul Says:
    10/08/2013 9:21 pm

    I would be delighted to win a copy of what looks like a great book. I am pretty certain I will be casting about for a new baby quilt pattern “soon”!

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  122. Sallie Says:
    10/08/2013 9:31 pm

    my sister. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  123. Norma Jean Wood Says:
    10/08/2013 10:10 pm

    If I won this book, I think I’d like to make a crib quilt and to donate it to someone who really needs one but can’t afford one.

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  124. Chris Says:
    10/08/2013 10:39 pm

    I would love the fresh inspiration to share with friends. Winter is coming and we’ll be trapped inside with all that fabric.

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  125. Lisa Cowell Says:
    10/09/2013 12:26 am

    My daughter needs one because she is always cold, and my granddaughter needs one because she is a one-year-old color fashionista!

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  126. Joyce Mitchell Says:
    10/09/2013 3:53 am

    I have a new great nephew due in January – I’d make him a Quilts Made With Love quilt. Thanks.

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  127. Robin Huss Says:
    10/09/2013 4:03 am

    I would love to win this book as I have 8 grandkids that would love to get a special quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  128. Kim in Michigan Says:
    10/09/2013 4:29 am

    No babies due here any time soon! But sure would love to have this book for future baby shower gifts!

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  129. Samantha Says:
    10/09/2013 4:37 am

    We sew quilts at church for children who have experienced trauma, whether they themselves are ill or have a family crisis. I’d love to use a new pattern!!

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  130. LizaA Says:
    10/09/2013 4:53 am

    I’d love to make a quilt for my husband. It looks like I would have lots of beautiful quilt patterns to pick from.

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  131. Candace Says:
    10/09/2013 5:22 am

    Beautiful colors and designs. A great book to inspire the creative use of some of my fabric!

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  132. Lee A M Says:
    10/09/2013 5:23 am

    What a great book, I am looking for a quilt to make for my daughter’s new bed!

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  133. Simonne Says:
    10/09/2013 6:04 am

    Beautiful!!

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  134. Amy Roth Says:
    10/09/2013 6:08 am

    I’d like to make a Quilt that Comforts for my friend, Jim, who is battling kidney cancer.

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  135. connie Says:
    10/09/2013 6:31 am

    would love to have this book love to quilt

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  136. Jackie Moore Says:
    10/09/2013 7:12 am

    Hi there. Well I have my youngest “baby girl” who is going to be starting her family within the year. She will definitely need a couple of baby quilts for the crib and floor and perhaps the stroller. And unfortunately I have too many dear friends that are either home bound or going through cancer treatments that would greatly benefit from a blanket to cuddle with.

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  137. peg Says:
    10/09/2013 7:14 am

    Most of the quilts I make are given away. There are several patterns in this book that would help use up my stash.

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  138. Beverly Sechrest Says:
    10/09/2013 8:12 am

    This book will be a wonderful addition, especially since I work with a group of women from my church who provide comfort quilts for the sick, homebound, and homeless; we’re always on the lookout for more ideas & patterns for quilts that give comfort.

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  139. Sandy Diehl Says:
    10/09/2013 8:13 am

    I would love to use the ideas in this book to do something different for my sixth grandchild. I eat, sleep, and breathe all things quilt! Love it!

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  140. Jackie James Says:
    10/09/2013 9:07 am

    I would love to add this book to my collection. The quilts are beautiful.

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  141. Donna Phelps Says:
    10/09/2013 9:23 am

    My mother is dear to me. She taught me to sew when I was a young girl and we have sewn together since then.I would love to make a Quilt With Love quilt for her as I believe all quilts are made with love.

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  142. JoAnn Barrett Says:
    10/09/2013 9:35 am

    I have two Great Grandchildren and another on the way. I would love to make each of them a quilt from this book for Christmas. Then if there is time, one for each of my Grandchildren. Maybe even one for each of my children. And let’s not forget my husband. Last of all, I would like one, too!!

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  143. Tammy Wight Says:
    10/09/2013 9:43 am

    I would love to get this book. I’m unemployed right now and have a daughter and a lovely girl my son is dating who would both love one of these quilts. My extra daughter and I could bond while making one. I appreciate the chance to receive one.

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  144. Sajadatun Miller Says:
    10/09/2013 9:44 am

    I would like to make one for my recently married niece who is expecting her first child. After observing many of her hardships, I am so happy for her because she is experiencing happiness.

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  145. Linda Fielding Says:
    10/09/2013 9:48 am

    When my physically and mentally challenged Sister was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she was given her own quilt by a guild in her community. This still hangs in her memory at her group home. My wish is to donate a “Quilt Made with Love” to another challenged person in my own community as a way of remembering and honoring my incredibly brave Sister.

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  146. Elsie Isaak Says:
    10/09/2013 10:07 am

    Love receiving email from Connecting threads, and would love to add this book to my collection.

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  147. Julie Says:
    10/09/2013 10:07 am

    My grandmother has hand quilted all of her life, and has given all of the grandchildren their own quilt over the years. I just started quilting myself this past year, and though I am drawn toward more modern quilting styles, there is just so much love sewn into her quilts. I would love to be able to sew a quilt to give to her one day.

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  148. Cheryll Reiter Says:
    10/09/2013 10:11 am

    These designs are not the ones I’m typically drawn to. I’d love to check this book out and try something new!

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  149. Helen J Says:
    10/09/2013 10:13 am

    Would just enjoy to have this book. With 8 nieces and nephews see lots of possibilities for quilts with this book. Keep up the great work.

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  150. Mary Penner Says:
    10/09/2013 10:15 am

    I would love to get the book

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  151. Claudia Voorhees Says:
    10/09/2013 10:16 am

    A dear friend who has been going through a rough time would LOVE a quilt made with love and hugs….. I am picking out a pattern for her…and I saw several in your book that would be just perfect.
    Put my name in the drawing please…..thanks.

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  152. Patricia Melilli Says:
    10/09/2013 10:20 am

    I would love to win this book! Sewing is my escape!

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  153. Rosa Zarate Says:
    10/09/2013 10:33 am

    This book would could save my marriage. We are both retired and if I don’t keep busy with my quilts, we could have problems. :)

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  154. Cindy Says:
    10/09/2013 10:40 am

    I would love to have this book for my Quilt Guild, of course after i read it first. lol

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  155. Madeleine Gervais Says:
    10/09/2013 10:43 am

    Hi, I have only been quilting for the past year. With 6 grand children, I am quite busy making quilts. I am always looking for patterns for my quilts and your book “Quilts Made With Love” would be a great tool. I make all my quilts with Love and lots of Hugs.

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  156. helen freese Says:
    10/09/2013 10:45 am

    I have one heck of a stash and hopefully this book will help me down-size it. Please enter my name in this drawing. Thank you.

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  157. Becky Says:
    10/09/2013 10:50 am

    Looks like a book I could really use. (as every book I have does!!!) I would love to make and share the beautiful quilts you have shown.!

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  158. Mary Alsop Says:
    10/09/2013 10:58 am

    My very good friend and former pastors wife has just gone through a liver transplant. After several years of a failing liver she is now struggling to recover. I would like to give her a “quilt made with love” so she can feel the support and caring so many people feel for her.

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  159. Sonya M. Capps Says:
    10/09/2013 11:02 am

    The woman I would like to have this book is Barbara Scofield. Barbara has made so many quilts as gifts of love for other people. She is generous and kind to people who are experiencing upheaval in their families like the sick little boy in her town who wanted a train quilt. She also expressed her love for her cousin with a lovely yellow and blue quilt. Her husband received a “Hill Billy” quilt in celebration of his rural origins. She who gives should receive a wonderful book like this to add to her collection. Maybe she’ll let me borrow it–or better yet, make me a quilt from the book.

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  160. Dennice Davis Says:
    10/09/2013 11:03 am

    I love the notion of quilting for love, both because you love to quilt and to spoil those you love with a quilt. I would love to win “Quilts Made With Love” for my husband of 42 years. He has been so patient with me and my passion for quilting. I give away most of the quilts I have made including for our church for fundraising and to warm those in nursing homes and VA Hospital etc but he deserves a quilt just for him to cozy up with, just like a hug from me!

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  161. Chrystal Higgins Says:
    10/09/2013 11:04 am

    What a thrill it would be to share this book with the members of one of my quilt guilds. We have hundreds of quilts each year both to be given to the Linus Project as well as needy local children.
    Thank you for the possibility of winning this book!

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  162. Judy Morrison Says:
    10/09/2013 11:09 am

    Grandchildren! I was beginning to think I wouldn’t have and now in less than 5 years I will have my 3rd one by the end of this month.

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  163. Esther Harmon Says:
    10/09/2013 11:19 am

    I would love to make one of these quilts for my daughter-in-law, the mother of my only grandchild. The little one lived only two hours, but she was held and loved that entire time.

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  164. Rebecca Loach Says:
    10/09/2013 11:25 am

    I have a new little granddaughter due in February and I think she would like a quilt made from this book!

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  165. Judy Says:
    10/09/2013 11:26 am

    The front cover looks like a quilt that I could make from leftover fabrics. Our local church group pieces about 50 quilt tops each year for a local mission and there are often leftover pieces of fabric.

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  166. Nancy Says:
    10/09/2013 11:30 am

    It looks like you did a lot of hard work on this book, great going. I would love to get a copy.

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  167. Olivia Says:
    10/09/2013 11:33 am

    My church seems to have an endless supply of babies on the way. I am constantly looking for different patterns, so each new Mom feels special. This book looks like an outstanding resource.

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  168. Diane Calvi Says:
    10/09/2013 11:34 am

    I sit with a 95y/o beautiful lady and I know she would love to have a quilt made with love to keep her warm in the up coming months. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  169. Kathy Says:
    10/09/2013 11:36 am

    What a great book this looks to be! I would love to make a few of these quilts using both comfort and celebration themes, for some of the many folks here in Colorado who were victims of the flooding. I think they are going to need a little comfort and some celebration this winter.

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  170. Kathie Fosnaugh Says:
    10/09/2013 11:36 am

    Love Rachel’s patterns. I just finished two of her string quilts last month! I would love to have this book, especially since she’s a fellow Buckeye!!

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  171. Liz Russell Says:
    10/09/2013 11:37 am

    I’d love to make one of these quilts for my brother. He’s on his own, travels a lot on business. Would be nice for him to have something specially handmade for him to come home to.

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  172. EllenB Says:
    10/09/2013 11:38 am

    The free-spirited angle quilt, #8 on the preview pages, would be perfect for my artistic sister. Those blues and turquoise are smashing!

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  173. Kathleen Says:
    10/09/2013 11:42 am

    I would love this book. I have recently started quilting and am definitely hooked! I am trying to get a variety of patterns.

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  174. jill brown Says:
    10/09/2013 11:47 am

    looks like a fun book.

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  175. Judy Says:
    10/09/2013 11:49 am

    I have so many I would love to give quilts to…just can’t make them fast enough! They are my ‘hugs for…’ quilts…mostly given to my girlfriends when they are at a difficult point in life and just need a cheery hug for the times I can’t be there in person. I love the simplicity of the quilts in Quilts Made with Love…They would go together fast and look great!

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  176. Susan Says:
    10/09/2013 11:53 am

    I don’t think there is anyone in my family that wouldn’t love a quilt from Quilts Made with Love.

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  177. Shirley I. Says:
    10/09/2013 11:54 am

    Everyone in my family would love a “Quilts Made With Love” quilt–that would make eight total! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  178. Jenifer Aragon Says:
    10/09/2013 11:54 am

    My beautiful daughter is pregnant with my second grandchild. I would make her “Oh Happy Day”, because every day with her and her little family is a gift. Thank you.

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  179. Jane Says:
    10/09/2013 12:02 pm

    I have five grandchildren who love to get quilts from grandma. I’m always looking for new patterns. Thank you so much for the great giveaway opportunity!

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  180. Ann Says:
    10/09/2013 12:09 pm

    My husband needs a new quilt to add a pop of color and warmth to his den life!

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  181. Carolyn Says:
    10/09/2013 12:17 pm

    Love the look of these designs. Would love to try out some of them!

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  182. LINDA Says:
    10/09/2013 12:17 pm

    HELLO,EACH OF OUR GRANDCHILDREN WOULD LOVE ONE OF THESE QUILTS>SO NEAT! THANKS FOR SHARING!

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  183. Rachel Says:
    10/09/2013 12:18 pm

    I should make a quilt for my wonderful SIL.

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  184. Audrey Says:
    10/09/2013 12:27 pm

    Would love to make several of these for the grandchildren. All 12 of them – they love their
    warm cuddly quilts.

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  185. Jane Says:
    10/09/2013 12:31 pm

    I love to make quilts for my family, always looking for new inspirations

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  186. Goldie Berreth Says:
    10/09/2013 12:33 pm

    I would love my sister to have a copy. She started quilting just a few years ago and is on a fixed income, but shows great talent and imagination in her quilts using scrap fabrics.

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  187. Valerie Says:
    10/09/2013 12:35 pm

    This is a terrific book, filled with extraordinary patterns. It would make it easy to quilt for everybody in my extended family plus those in my church who are in need of a quilt: baby, weddings, a loss in the family, etc. Thanks for giving this book away times 3!!

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  188. Mary Alice Espinoza Says:
    10/09/2013 12:35 pm

    So many gorgeous quilts in the book I’d love to make. It would utilize a big chunk of my stash that seems to be forever growing.

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  189. Suzanne Says:
    10/09/2013 12:35 pm

    I sew for The Linus Connection here in central Texas. Oh Happy Day would be a wonderful quilt to give to one or more of our children in crisis. It would be a great use of the scraps from other quilts. I would love to have this book.

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  190. Diane Says:
    10/09/2013 12:37 pm

    I think a charity, such as Quilts of Valor, would really benefit from quilts made from the patterns in this book.

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  191. Cheryl C Says:
    10/09/2013 12:41 pm

    I am always looking for new quilt patterns to make. I make quilts for donation several times during the year and like to do something different for each one.

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  192. Vicki Barlow Says:
    10/09/2013 12:47 pm

    I think you have an awesome collection of quilts in your book. I make quilts every year for each of now with a total of seven grandchildren. August, our daughter had her first baby and any one of them would be wonderful to make for the new baby as well for the others also. Good luck with your expecting arrival.
    Thanks a bunch for this chance, I would be blessed to share them. Vicki Barlow

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  193. What Comes Next? Says:
    10/09/2013 12:47 pm

    Looks like a fabulous book that everyone should be wanting a copy of, me included!

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  194. Daniela Durham Says:
    10/09/2013 12:48 pm

    I would like to make a quilt for my neighbor and good buddy who is losing a member of her family, her companion of 14 years Max. Max is her dog, a Pug, and I can feel the pain and battle she is going through as she has to say goodbye to her beloved friend. It is so heart wrenching when these decisions must be made. A quilt is always a source of comfort and I would love to make one of Rachel’s for her.

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  195. Janet Says:
    10/09/2013 12:54 pm

    My niece is having her second child and I would love to make her a quilt from this book. Thanks for the chance to win this delightful book.

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  196. Darlene Krystal Says:
    10/09/2013 12:55 pm

    Those are awesome quilts….congratulations on writing a quilting book…there can’t be enough of those…I love learning new patterns…they make for great sampler quilts…have a great day.

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  197. Susan Says:
    10/09/2013 12:57 pm

    would love to have this book. Congrats for the book.

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  198. Josefina Says:
    10/09/2013 12:57 pm

    The quilts I have made since I started quilting in 1999 were given to my family and some close friends. I still make quilts for my family as it continues to grow. That will never change. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of the book.

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  199. Nancy Says:
    10/09/2013 12:58 pm

    Thanks for the giveaway…. looks like a great book.

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  200. JaniceCarole Says:
    10/09/2013 12:59 pm

    i would make 2 of the quilts made with love for my 2 grandchildren i have yet to meet. they need to know that i love them even though i cannot visit them.

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  201. Renee Niday Says:
    10/09/2013 1:00 pm

    I would like to see my friend Lisha have this book. She is just a beginner and only makes quilts for all the people she loves in her life.

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  202. Betty Jansen Says:
    10/09/2013 1:04 pm

    Two darling granddaughters, ages 4 and 7 climb up into my lap and say, Grandma, make me something. How nice would this book be?

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  203. SewCalGal Says:
    10/09/2013 1:05 pm

    What refreshing designs that would be fun to make.
    SewCalGal
    http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  204. Cathy K. Says:
    10/09/2013 1:10 pm

    I make quilts for my two children, other family members, and friends. I don’t get to quilt as often as I use to because I am now currently quilting for others for a business. I would love to try some of your patterns in your book to use up some fabric from my stash. Thank you for sharing your beautiful book.

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  205. wendy h Says:
    10/09/2013 1:18 pm

    My dear MIL who shares with me love of quilting

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  206. Sara Says:
    10/09/2013 1:19 pm

    This book looks awesome! I have just started quilting and am loving learning!

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  207. Nan Says:
    10/09/2013 1:20 pm

    WOW — these quilts look so great and not too difficult! I have only done a little bit of quilting but I believe I could handle these cuties. I would love to win Quilts Made With Love.

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  208. Jane Walker Says:
    10/09/2013 1:22 pm

    This book looks great — great new ideas for my charity quilting. Connecting Threads is at the top of my list for fabric shopping.

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  209. Rita Shores Says:
    10/09/2013 1:24 pm

    My aunt who will be 92 years old tomorrow is very deserving to receive a quilt made by me. To use a pattern from this book would make it even better.

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  210. Nancy Says:
    10/09/2013 1:24 pm

    I would love to use this book as inspiration for my next project Linus quilt.
    Bringing blessings to others is a wonderful use of our craft and talents.
    Thanks for sharing

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  211. Patty Gates Says:
    10/09/2013 1:25 pm

    I started quilting after my Grandmother passed. She had left behind enough precut pieces to do 5 quilts. I managed to get the Broken Dishes to my brother for Christmas last year. The fabric dated from 1920-1950. I learned how to love quilting from the love my grandmother had also quilted with love.

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  212. carol d Says:
    10/09/2013 1:28 pm

    themes are a great way to get the ideas flowing..the quilt made with love I would like to make would be for my daughter’s mother-in-law who recently lost her own daughter…unexpectedly. Perhaps I can ease her loneliness if just a bit. Thank you for the chance to win this book!

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  213. Rochelle Kavanagh Says:
    10/09/2013 1:29 pm

    I have two new baby girls to make quilts for in the upcoming months. This book shows some great ideas!

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  214. Nanci Luna Says:
    10/09/2013 1:32 pm

    I would love to have a copy of this book so I could make a new quilt for our pastors new grand baby.

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  215. Joan McKenzie Says:
    10/09/2013 1:32 pm

    The book sounds wonderful and I am always looking for old and new ideas. I am at my machine a great deal of my “spare” time.

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  216. Betty-Ann Poirier Says:
    10/09/2013 1:36 pm

    I belong to a small quilting group, and we love sharing new and old patterns. This book would be great for sharing!

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  217. Helen Petrik Says:
    10/09/2013 1:38 pm

    I make charity quilts for the Mayo Clinic/St. Mary’s Hospital Pediatric Infusion Therapy Unit (kid’s chemo) in MN. I take the quilts when I go for my own folloow-up visits. (I am taking 12 kid-sized quilts when I go back in November!) There are so many brave children receiving treatment in that unit who would be comforted by a quilt of their own that is made with love. I am always looking for simple, colorful quilt ideas so I can vary the types of quilts that I donate. I regularly read the ps I Quilt blog and love her style!

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  218. wanda gresko Says:
    10/09/2013 1:44 pm

    I would like to make one for my Dad who lost his girlfriend in April this year and is depressed. Already was a widow. The other one I would make for my sister who injured her hand in an accident and has been through a lot trying to heal.

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  219. Wendy Bernard Says:
    10/09/2013 1:46 pm

    My only son is getting married October 18,2014 and I would like to make a quilt for them using fabric passed on to me from my great-aunt. She was a quilter and had made a quilt for me for my wedding. This book looks like it has many quilts made with lots of love and would be perfect for this multi-generational project. Thank you for allowing us to possibly win a copy as finances are extremely limited and I’m not sure I could purchase a copy.

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  220. Darrell Hardenburg Says:
    10/09/2013 1:55 pm

    What a wondrous book to add to my collection.. Just love the patterns shown… thanks for doing this for our quilting community..

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  221. Judi Rizzo Says:
    10/09/2013 1:55 pm

    I live in cold Montana and would love to have a copy of this book to find a great pattern or two to make quilts this winter while I wait for it to warm up!

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  222. Aparna Mulgund Says:
    10/09/2013 1:58 pm

    Oh! What a great giveaway. Who would not love a quilt made with love? I have nieces and nephews and my kiddos who are always wanting a quilt. I think I would make one my mother first, she is the one who taught me to sew and appreciate this art.
    Thanks for the giveaway, Hope I am the lucky gal.
    Aparna

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  223. ellen lange Says:
    10/09/2013 2:06 pm

    I like to QUILD so far I made for all my children and MY GREANDKIDS A QUILD ALL TOGHTER 20 AND IAM STILL GOING

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  224. Laetitia Gerald Says:
    10/09/2013 2:18 pm

    Hello, I have 3 sons ages 8, 10 & 14. They each having been asking me to make them a quilt.

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  225. Wendy Says:
    10/09/2013 2:22 pm

    I love the look of this book and the two distinct ideas for quilts. The name is wonderful too. I think all our quilts are made with love for someone whether we know them or not.

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  226. Dian Says:
    10/09/2013 2:23 pm

    Aren’t all quilts made with love? How can you not make a quilt with love? I would love to have this book. Looking at pictures and patterns thinking about who to make a quilt for and which fabrics to use is one of my favorite pastimes. The hard part is settling on which one to start first.

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  227. Dianna Zampieri Says:
    10/09/2013 2:24 pm

    My son married a woman with five children and they now have two more–and two grandchildren! All of them need quilts asap. The quilts in this book look as though they would be quick to piece and fast to quilt. I’d like to be able to make them as soon as possible, as quickly as possible–can I make 10 quilts in a year? I think I could!

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  228. Just B Says:
    10/09/2013 2:26 pm

    I’ve only completed a few quilts but I wouldlike to make one for my beautiful daughter. Her favorite dog ate her favorite comforter just recently, and I think the time is right to dedicate a quilt just for her. I love the look of these quilts – bright, fun, and can certainly be made witha modern flair, which would suit my daughter just perfectly!

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  229. Debbie Says:
    10/09/2013 2:26 pm

    Who doesn’t love a home made quilt to snuggle under? Of course everyone would love a quilt by someone that loves them. I am in the process of making my 7 brothers and 2 sisters a quilt made by me stitched with loving thoughts. I have only 2 more to do. I also make quilts for my Nieces and Nephews for their wedding gift as a celebration of love in their new journey together, and then when the babies come, well they need a quilt to snuggle under from the heart as well. Quilting is my passion in life!!

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  230. Rina Hovden Says:
    10/09/2013 2:28 pm

    You are inspiring and I loved reading that your family participates in your designs because they know you so well. Congratulations for being such a wonderful example of what success in life truly is. Thank you so very much for giving me opportunity to receive your giveaway.

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  231. Celia Says:
    10/09/2013 2:29 pm

    I have four grown children who would love a quilt made from this book. And, I agree, she is a very inspiring quilter, and mom. Love her quilts.

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  232. Brenda D. Says:
    10/09/2013 2:30 pm

    I like to make quilts and give them to friends who are not expecting them. Also I like to donate them to our local school for charity auctions. So yeah, everyone loves a quilt!

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  233. Debra Armstrong Says:
    10/09/2013 2:35 pm

    My daughter Cher is having trouble finding work since finishing college and graduate school. She needs a comfort quilt.

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  234. Carol Broughton Says:
    10/09/2013 2:37 pm

    I love Rachel’s blog and have several of her patterns. Her book would be a welcome addition!

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  235. Donna Says:
    10/09/2013 2:43 pm

    I love making different quilts for friends and family and this book is just lovely!

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  236. Deanna Roberts Says:
    10/09/2013 2:46 pm

    I’m always ready for a new quilt book.
    scrap quilts are my passion.

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  237. Debbie V. Says:
    10/09/2013 2:47 pm

    Everyone! There’s just not enough time to get them all done. I’m fairly new to quilting and always looking for new projects to make for family and friends.

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  238. Deanna B Says:
    10/09/2013 2:49 pm

    I make first and foremost for our very deserving veterans from all conflicts. Love to find new patterns.

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  239. Becky Says:
    10/09/2013 2:52 pm

    I always have a to do list going and would definitely love to add some of these quilts to it. The cover quilt would be perfect for my girlfriend and I’ve recently gotten the news that family friends are expecting their first baby!

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  240. Phyllis Brown Says:
    10/09/2013 2:54 pm

    I would love a copy of this book so that I can indulge my love of making quilts for people I love and donated ones from time to time.

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  241. Carol Says:
    10/09/2013 3:02 pm

    Great patterns and very doable!

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  242. Judy Says:
    10/09/2013 3:03 pm

    I would love to make one of these quilts for my daughter who is always there for me.

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  243. gail milner Says:
    10/09/2013 3:05 pm

    OOO OOO OOO… Another book I just HAVE to have!

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  244. Julie Says:
    10/09/2013 3:05 pm

    I’d love a copy, it’s always great to have new patterns for kids’ quilts– I try to donate to sick kids in the local hospital when I can.

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  245. Lori Says:
    10/09/2013 3:06 pm

    Looks like a great book….I have a baby quilt to make!

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  246. LynnE. Hanson Says:
    10/09/2013 3:07 pm

    I am a teacher, librarian, and sewing teacher in the school I where I work. I teach children from 2 to 8 to sew on the sewing machine. The 2-3’s start out on my lap. By the time they are 6 they are pretty much on their own, designing blocks and love to do quilting, which they call “anywhere” sewing. During the school year we do many projects, including pillows, meeting mats, and small quilts for play. Our big project is to make a large bed size quilt which goes to auction in the Spring. The money raised is used to offer scholarships for others in our community. Over the years, the students have also made quilts for Project Linus and the local children’s home. My students love to re

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  247. Judi Says:
    10/09/2013 3:07 pm

    I would love to win this book so many of the girls I work with are pregnant so many to make so little time

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  248. Barbara Brown Says:
    10/09/2013 3:08 pm

    Loving the look of her fresh designs and ideas. Would enjoy having a copy of her book to share.

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  249. Julie B Says:
    10/09/2013 3:08 pm

    I would make my best friend a quilt for all the special things she has done for me.

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  250. Tammy Says:
    10/09/2013 3:10 pm

    What a fabulous book. I would love to make and share quilts with a couple family members. One for my step father who is a invalid and stays cold all the time. I have been thinking recently I need to make him a warm snuggly quilting. Thank you for the chance to enter your book giveaway. Will defintiely have to put this book on my want list. She has beautiful creations.conn_and_vans_mom atyahoo dotcom

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  251. LynnE. Hanson Says:
    10/09/2013 3:10 pm

    I am a teacher, librarian, and sewing teacher in the school I where I work. I teach children from 2 to 8 to sew on the sewing machine. The 2-3’s start out on my lap. By the time they are 6 they are pretty much on their own, designing blocks and love to do quilting, which they call “anywhere” sewing. During the school year we do many projects, including pillows, meeting mats, and small quilts for play. Our big project is to make a large bed size quilt which goes to auction in the Spring. The money raised is used to offer scholarships for others in our community. Over the years, the students have also made quilts for Project Linus and the local children’s home. My students love find new projects and I know they would love this book.

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  252. Cindy Clarke Says:
    10/09/2013 3:12 pm

    I would love to win this book. After reading this blog and admiring the photos, my friends and family would be happy recipients of any quilt I made from this book. Thank you for the opportunity to win it.

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  253. Linda Uchacz Says:
    10/09/2013 3:13 pm

    I have just opened a retail quilt/knitting shop in northern BC and this book would be great to share with all my customers.

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  254. mary matthews Says:
    10/09/2013 3:13 pm

    Mary would love to receive your book. Why? Because she likes your quilt and she is 80yrs.old
    Thank you. Mary.

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  255. Helen Says:
    10/09/2013 3:16 pm

    My mom could really use a quilt to wrap around her right now. My Dad is slowly losing his battle to cancer, and she is wearing herself out taking care of him. We try to be there for them both but when I cannot, she could wrap herself up in a warm hug from me. I’m just learning how to quilt now so I need pretty, but simple ideas.

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  256. Margaret Says:
    10/09/2013 3:19 pm

    Looks like a great addition to any library!

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  257. Amanda Klipfel Says:
    10/09/2013 3:23 pm

    My new nephew who will be born in Feb around Valentines Day would love a handmade quilt from his fav Aunt (I just know he will love me the most!) Love the designs on these quilts!! Beautiful!

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  258. Jackie Says:
    10/09/2013 3:25 pm

    Congratulations on what really seems to be a wonderful book! Love the themes of the book! Also it is so fresh…. Would love to be able to make my dear husband a comfy quilt in this time of health issues he is going through.please add my name to this delicious draw!

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  259. Karen A Says:
    10/09/2013 3:28 pm

    I would love to make a quilt for my mother-in-law who is dealing with Alzheimer’s disease.

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  260. Dolores Says:
    10/09/2013 3:28 pm

    It looks like a lovely book. I’d love to win and make a few of the quilts that you featured.

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  261. Sue Bicknell Says:
    10/09/2013 3:32 pm

    My church is located on the grounds of our state’s youth correctional center. Each youth who completes their time at the facility is given a quilt during their last Sunday service with us. The quilts serve to remind the kids that we care about them and continue to support them after they leave. So, the quilts both celebrate their release and bring comfort during their transition to home. I would love to make a quilt for one of those kids.

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  262. Mary Markowski Says:
    10/09/2013 3:35 pm

    Love all your fabrics. Thanks for running a website that sells beautiful reasonably priced fabric. I love fabric and working with fabric. Make quilts for the troops. Keep up the good work.

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  263. Ellen Says:
    10/09/2013 3:35 pm

    I would like to make a special quilt for my brother. He has been dealing with my mother’s affairs since shortly before she was injured and had to move to a nursing facility. Now he has just had knee replacement surgery, but is still making sure that mom is still receiving good care.

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  264. Paula Says:
    10/09/2013 3:41 pm

    I have a list of family and friends who will receive a quilt from me … eventually! I’m working my way through the list … New babies usually receive a quilt in short order too!

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  265. Janice Says:
    10/09/2013 3:42 pm

    My nephew & his family would appreciate a quilt to keep them warm during the winter months. They are living in an old farmhouse with no furnace. The only heat they had last winter was from a small fireplace that heated the kitchen area. With very limited income, they do the best they can to survive. A quilt made from their aunt to keep them warm would be truly appreciated.

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  266. Cathi Pedersen Says:
    10/09/2013 3:43 pm

    I would love to make a quilt for my grandson and his new wife.

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  267. Connie Douty Says:
    10/09/2013 3:44 pm

    Ny niece is having twins, a boy and a girl and wants to learn to quilt and sew. I would delight in giving her your book. Quilts made in love to use as I teach her her.

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  268. Carol Portfors Says:
    10/09/2013 3:48 pm

    Me.

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  269. Lorena Schwab Says:
    10/09/2013 3:49 pm

    Looks like z great book.

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  270. Linda Doerfler Says:
    10/09/2013 3:49 pm

    This book looks fabulous. Please give me a chance to win one! Thanks so much!

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  271. Wanda Williams Says:
    10/09/2013 3:57 pm

    My youngest daughter is getting married next August and I just know she would love a quilt made from this book. Please include me in the drawing.

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  272. Nancy Brado Says:
    10/09/2013 3:58 pm

    I head up a group at our church that makes prayer quilts for anyone who is ill or in distress of any kind. Frankly, I would like to have some new patterns to choose from. Your offer is very generous and I hope that you select us. Nancy Brado

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  273. Marie Says:
    10/09/2013 4:00 pm

    My granddaughter just asked me to make her a new quilt as she wants one more age appropriate (she is 14 now) and the one I made her was when she was 7 so I now she would love any of the quilts in the book. If I win it I could get it started and have ready my Christmas for her.

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  274. Nancy Shuey Says:
    10/09/2013 4:02 pm

    I would love to make a quilt for my grand-daughter using this book. Please pick me.

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  275. Marsha McFall Says:
    10/09/2013 4:03 pm

    There are so many deserving people in my life right now that could benefit by receiving one of your wonderful quilts: I have a lovely young 2nd cousin who may be expecting twins (a second sonogram is planned very soon); I have a dear elderly cousin on my dad’s side who means so much to me; but I would have to put my neighbor’s sister Kathy at the top of my list who just had most of a cancerous tumor removed from her brain only to have a setback about two weeks post surgery with paralysis, bleeding on the brain and finding the tumor growing back. Kathy is in her 50’s, much too young to be faced with this challenge but surrounded by family and friends who care, love and support her.

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  276. MoeWest Says:
    10/09/2013 4:05 pm

    I like to make quilts for my grandkids.

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  277. Carol Nation Says:
    10/09/2013 4:05 pm

    What a wonderful name for a book. I make all my quilts with love. Just love all the patterns; can’t decide which one to make first. I have made many quilts for everyone I love and finally made one for me. I think.
    Thanks for the giveaway, Hope I am the lucky one to receive such a great book.
    Carol

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  278. Susan Says:
    10/09/2013 4:07 pm

    The pictures are showing some new quilts and an interesting story about how the book came about. Best of luck with your book. You have some really neat quilts there. Thank you for the opportunity to win this exciting book.

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  279. Joyce Says:
    10/09/2013 4:08 pm

    Looks like some great and easy quilts to make,would love to win the book.

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  280. Susan Jane Says:
    10/09/2013 4:09 pm

    I don’t know of anyone who wouldn’t like a homemade quilt. The designs in the book are gorgeous!

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  281. Erica Skouby Says:
    10/09/2013 4:09 pm

    Beside making baby doll quilts for the Ambulance Toy Drive, our quilt guild makes kids quilts for the Highway Patrol, the Children’s Center and for families when they dedicate a new Habitat home. I am in charge of “making the kits” and I would love some new ideas! Today I found out the daughter of a friend of mine tried to take her own life. She is in her 20’s and lives in constant pain with lupis. I want to wrap her in a quilt to shield her from some of the pain.

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  282. Lisa Marie Says:
    10/09/2013 4:13 pm

    I give quilts to many members of my immediate and extended family for Christmas, weddings, babies, etc. I have something going all the time and would love to try the patterns in this book.

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  283. Sharon Says:
    10/09/2013 4:13 pm

    My older sister is just 67, but she has had so many health problems in the last year and a half, and I think she may not have a lot of time left. I would love to make the calming teal wedge quilt for her.

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  284. Tyler Says:
    10/09/2013 4:13 pm

    I love this site and Rachael’s blog. It’s one of the first I started reading and I can’t wait to get her book!!!

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  285. Susan Ashley-LaFitte Says:
    10/09/2013 4:14 pm

    Our first “grand girl” is due in Jan! We have 5 “grand boys”. She would get the first made with love quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  286. Nancy Krussel Says:
    10/09/2013 4:14 pm

    The quilts remind me of some of the blocks that my Gramma made. I am finishing the quilts now and I would love to have that book.

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  287. Pam Templeman Says:
    10/09/2013 4:16 pm

    As a novice quilter, just starting out, and as someone who loves bright colours, the cover of the book immediately grabbed me! They look so wonderful – and some of them seem perfect for a beginner. I would love to make one of these quilts for my sister, to pay her back for everything that she has done for me.

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  288. Maggie Says:
    10/09/2013 4:19 pm

    This book looks great. Would love to dig into these patterns! My sister would love one of these quilts!

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  289. Judy Says:
    10/09/2013 4:20 pm

    Just about every person I know would like to have a quilt made with love. I would probably start with one for my sister. This book looks like a great book to add to my library of quilting books.

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  290. Caron Jaquis-Powers Says:
    10/09/2013 4:20 pm

    I love to make quilts but wish to know more on how to do them with my machine.

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  291. Juliana Says:
    10/09/2013 4:21 pm

    I enjoy making quilts to donate to people in need, especially children. Sometimes life gives us bad deals. I hope that quilts that I donate find their way to people who need a warm, colorful reminder that things will get better. (BTW, thanks to all the people who help get quilts from quilters to people who need them!)

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  292. Gayla Little Says:
    10/09/2013 4:23 pm

    Four years ago, my nieces mother passed away suddenly. I took up quilting and have been making handmade baby quilts for nieces and nephews since that time. When I found out my niece was pregnant, I contacted her and asked her to tell me when she found out if she was expecting a boy or a girl because I would make her a quilt. She told me she would treasure it because her mom always made quilts for people and she knows she will miss having that quilt. She will be comforted with my substitute. I haven’t started her quilt yet and would love to be able to use some of the ideas in this book. Hope you pick me!

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  293. Jackie Says:
    10/09/2013 4:23 pm

    I make quilts for our local child abuse & advocacy center. They are all made with love. I would continue to make quilts with love from the beautiful book!

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  294. HeatherK Says:
    10/09/2013 4:23 pm

    I’ve been looking for an idea for a quilt for hubby. I like the simple, modern lines on most of her designs. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  295. Kiska Says:
    10/09/2013 4:27 pm

    What lovely quilts! Would love to win this!

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  296. Judy G Says:
    10/09/2013 4:27 pm

    I don’t know where to start, I have lost both brothers, so I love two men in my life that are both Vietnam Vets, my brother-in-law and my son-in-law. They are next on my list of receivers.

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  297. Leslie Fox Says:
    10/09/2013 4:28 pm

    My mother-in-law would love to receive a quilt made from a pattern in your book. I have been looking for a special pattern to make for her since my father-in-law passed away. She needs the warm comfort of a quilt lovingly made. The last pattern in this post looks perfect!

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  298. Colleen Love Says:
    10/09/2013 4:29 pm

    Hello:
    I am always interested in anything that says “Made with Love” as Love is my last name. In fact my quilt labels always start with Labour of Love.
    I make baby quilts for the ladies I work with, so far in 3 years I have made 5, and I also make them for the people my husband works with. So far I have made 6 for his office.
    Baby quilts are fun to make because you get to use bright fun prints that you might not normally use.
    Thank you.
    Colleen

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  299. phillp bourgeos Says:
    10/09/2013 4:30 pm

    would love to have your book, always looking for new flawless quilt designs. whoever gets it,i hope they use it

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  300. Becky Benoit Says:
    10/09/2013 4:31 pm

    My sister is the mother of a special-needs son, my amazing nephew Graham, who is now 4. Though he has a whole host of special needs — he is profoundly visually and hearing impaired, he has a trach and a feeding tube, facial palsy, kidney problems and is nonverbal and does not walk — his mom has never allowed his disabilities to dictate who he’s going to be. Graham inspired my sister to start her own business making cute quilted trach ties for kids with special needs. She spends all day sewing for her business and to make life a little better for moms and kids with disabilities, so I’d love to win this book for her. She deserves a warm and cozy quilt that’s just for her!

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  301. Sandra Buchberger Says:
    10/09/2013 4:34 pm

    My parents who are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary this month and who are both in fairly good health. I am sure I can find an appropriate pattern in the book for a fantastic quilt for them.

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  302. Suzanne Reed Says:
    10/09/2013 4:35 pm

    I make very few items for my own home. My greatest joy is to make quilts for others and experience their joy when they receive it! This would be a lovely collection of patterns to work with. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  303. Karen Dumont Says:
    10/09/2013 4:36 pm

    I would love to win this book so I can use one of the patterns to make a quilt for the love of my life, Ken!! He is soooo good to me, seeing me through various surgeries and recovery periods. He makes my life so easy, I would love to make him his own quilt to relax with!!

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  304. Tonya Krout Says:
    10/09/2013 4:39 pm

    I’m obsessed with making donation quilts and I’m always looking for new patterns to inspire me…otherwise, I might – and have – make 5 of the same!

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  305. Penny Says:
    10/09/2013 4:42 pm

    I would love to own and view a copy of Rachel Griffith’s quilting book. I, too, make “quilts to celebrate”-mostly for new babies and “quilts to comfort”-mostly charity quilts, wounded warrior quilts, and quilts for kids, but I have done a few for a couple close friends. I love simple and I love color. Hope I win!

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  306. Marsha Says:
    10/09/2013 4:42 pm

    The geometic patterns look very inviting. I would love to try my hand at these quilts.

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  307. Annette z Says:
    10/09/2013 4:51 pm

    I would make a quilt for the son’s friend who is struggling with mental illness.

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  308. Jane Says:
    10/09/2013 4:56 pm

    I have 3 daughters and one has yet to have a quilt made for her. This would be an excellent opportunity!

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  309. Linda wolfe Says:
    10/09/2013 4:57 pm

    I am a new quilter and would LOVE a copy of this book! There is so many techniques to learn and new things to try. However, the recipient should and would be my dear friend Marianne who not only introduced me to the art of quilting, but is a great teacher and provides limitless support. She is a true gem!

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  310. laura Says:
    10/09/2013 4:58 pm

    I would love to make a quilt made with love for MYSELF!!! I always give away my quilts, so I think I should keep one at some point.

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  311. miriam Says:
    10/09/2013 4:59 pm

    I would love to win this book. looks like it had a lot of cute baby patterns and I have an new grand daughter. so it would be perfect!!

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  312. patty hall Says:
    10/09/2013 5:00 pm

    Oh how exciting to be published and it is your first book that means we can expect more. Love the quilts in it I love the blue one. I see you are somewhat fickle like so many of us. I like all kinds of quilts and I think you nailed a lot of them in this book Thanks for a chance to be the proud owner of one. Congratulations on your first book!
    Patty

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  313. Mary Hanson Says:
    10/09/2013 5:00 pm

    I would love to make the cover quilt for my granddaughter. I also have followed her blog and she is so upbeat and love, love the way her house and sewing room are decorated!

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  314. Annette Barnaby Says:
    10/09/2013 5:01 pm

    I delight in supplying warm hugs in the form of quilts for friends and family members. Especially for my Granddaughter Sydney who moved a little farther away from Nana.

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  315. Marie Chat Says:
    10/09/2013 5:02 pm

    My daughter recently married a man who had a little daughter that he and his previous wife adopted from Russia. She is now my granddaughter and I’d like to make her a special quilt. It looks like there would be several to choose from in this book!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  316. Jen Rosamond Says:
    10/09/2013 5:03 pm

    I would like to make a quilt for my mom. We just came back from visiting her. She has a hard time speaking and walking.

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  317. Julie Beecken Says:
    10/09/2013 5:07 pm

    I would love to make my husband a quilt from this book, just to show him how much I’ve loved him through 25 years of marriage. I’m looking forward to the next 25 (and beyond)!

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  318. Erica Says:
    10/09/2013 5:11 pm

    I would love to win this book!

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  319. Kris Ferguson Says:
    10/09/2013 5:13 pm

    I would love to have this book for myself. I just started quilting again after 30 years when I first started & since my ex husband threw out a lot of my quilt books, it would be nice to have a new one to work out of.
    Sincerely,
    Kris

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  320. Peggy Says:
    10/09/2013 5:13 pm

    This book looks fantastic!! I would love to win one. Thanks.

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  321. Elaine Says:
    10/09/2013 5:13 pm

    I am trying to make a quilt for all my grandchildren for their weddings. This book would help me with this project.

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  322. Ginny LaMere Says:
    10/09/2013 5:14 pm

    I would love a copy of this book, I have 8 nieces and nephews and 12 great nieces and nephews all of whom I wish to make quilts for this would be a great book to get patterns from

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  323. Elizabeth Ehmen Says:
    10/09/2013 5:14 pm

    Looks like a great book! Would love to see more of it!

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  324. Phyllis Klosterman Says:
    10/09/2013 5:15 pm

    My passion is making Quilts of Valor, for injured service men & women. I mainly use remnants & scraps. This book seems to be just the spark that I need for new ideas.

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  325. Lynn Miller Says:
    10/09/2013 5:16 pm

    I’d be the one who would love this book and make the quilts from it for my family, friends, community, and those in need. I’m in charge of community charitable giving for my guild, and always have multiple projects going, and an ever growing scrapbag in search of yet another project. Please choose me!

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  326. AnnF Says:
    10/09/2013 5:16 pm

    I would make a quilt for my boss from this book!

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  327. Janice Mc Laren Says:
    10/09/2013 5:18 pm

    I’d love to win. I really should make my mom a quilt because she is the reason I enjoy sewing and quilting so much.

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  328. Liz Moore Says:
    10/09/2013 5:18 pm

    An elderly quilting friend will soon have to move to a personal care home. I’d like to make a quilt for her.

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  329. Susan Menzmer Says:
    10/09/2013 5:20 pm

    I would think everyone would LOVE one of these quilts, but I would probably make one for my hubby! That way I can share it! :)

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  330. Jan Says:
    10/09/2013 5:21 pm

    I’m always ready to learn new techniques.

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  331. Fran Rasweiler Says:
    10/09/2013 5:25 pm

    I would love to have this book for our quilting group who make quilts for children everyday. We live in a senior (cedar crest village ) community where volunteering is life!

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  332. Charlotte Says:
    10/09/2013 5:25 pm

    I’d love to make each of our grandchildren a quilt for Christmas this year! Would love to win the book!

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  333. Caryl Anne Says:
    10/09/2013 5:26 pm

    Personally I do not need another book of designs, that said who really needs more than a few anyway. I would love to see my niece Marcella with this book. she is new to piecing and is so very modern millie that most of what I have in my vast library doesn’t turn her on much. So I say bring it on for Marcie Lockett. Thanks y’all

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  334. Sheri gleichauf Says:
    10/09/2013 5:26 pm

    I make most of my quilts for Linus and for a local nursing home and am always looking for new patterns. I would love to win this book.

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  335. Fran Rasweiler Says:
    10/09/2013 5:28 pm

    I would love to have this book for our quilting group who make quilts for children everyday. We live in a senior (cedar crest village ) community where volunteering is life!
    Help!!! This tech stuff is a problem. BUT I would like a copy for the Cedar Crest Quilters. thank you.

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  336. Liz M Says:
    10/09/2013 5:31 pm

    Oh this book looks fabulous!! I would love to make a bright cheery quilt for my aunt who is battling cancer for the second time. Thanks for sharing and for a chance to win!!

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  337. Imelda Veeder Says:
    10/09/2013 5:32 pm

    I would love to have this book! I have made quilts for the wheelchair bound students in our schools.

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  338. Donna Siburt Says:
    10/09/2013 5:44 pm

    I would love to get this book. Always looking for ideas for quilts that I donate for special occasions.

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  339. Mary H. Vigil Says:
    10/09/2013 5:46 pm

    I made rag quilt for a friends new baby. My family loved it and now I have requests from all of them. Starting with my granddaughter. She just got bunk beds and I would love to make my first quilt for her.

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  340. Gloria Says:
    10/09/2013 5:55 pm

    I make quilts for people after a family member has passed, from their clothing. The family only pays for batting, binding, and backing fabric. This book has designs that would be very helpful when making these quilts. My brain is running out of designs. Thank you

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  341. Kolleen Carrel Says:
    10/09/2013 5:56 pm

    Thank you for sharing your book. What a great event to celebrate becoming an author!

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  342. sherry Says:
    10/09/2013 5:56 pm

    if I had my way everybody would learn to quilt share the love of quilting in general
    WOW how cool would that be
    sign
    me quilter

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  343. Irene S Says:
    10/09/2013 5:56 pm

    I would love to win this book who wouldn’t being a new quilter I love to see different styles and I’m especially interested in modern quilting. Thanks for the chance.

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  344. Rene Bolton Says:
    10/09/2013 5:57 pm

    My darling daughter would love a quilt made by me using a pattern from this book. She lives 1200 miles away and we miss each other so much!

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  345. Sandy W. Says:
    10/09/2013 6:02 pm

    Quilts that celebrate and comfort would be appropriate for the residents of Hidden Valley House, a transition home for abused women and children. I’m sure the staff of the residence would enjoy seeing some new patterns for a change.

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  346. Karen K Wackus Says:
    10/09/2013 6:02 pm

    I just learned a dear friend is dying of cancer. It’s a fast-growing terminal type. I would love to make him a quilt in time for him to use if he chooses to undergo chemotherapy. My brother had chemo and was always cold, so I would like to warm and comfort my friend. And then after, when he’s gone, his loving wife of 20 years can keep it and it will be a reminder of him and their undying love for one another.

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  347. Peggy Says:
    10/09/2013 6:04 pm

    Always love seeing a new artist get published!
    This book looks like a great community service project my little church group, Hearts 2 Hands, could use!

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  348. DebV Says:
    10/09/2013 6:05 pm

    I would love to have a chance to make some of these quilts. Thank you for the chance.

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  349. Kendra Says:
    10/09/2013 6:07 pm

    I would love to give this to my very good friend Mel! She is always so helpful and deserves it! Plus she has four daughters that I am sure she would be able to make something for!!!

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  350. Brenda Gibson Says:
    10/09/2013 6:08 pm

    I would make a quilt for my hubby who appreciates all the work that goes into making a quilt.

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  351. Nancy B Says:
    10/09/2013 6:08 pm

    Thank you for this drawing. I would like to win this book to make “Quilts to Celebrate” my loving grandchildren. The older I get the more precious they become to me.

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  352. Teresa Wertz Says:
    10/09/2013 6:14 pm

    I have been quilting since the mid 80s and am so in love with all the new techniques, patterns, colors and fabric quality to work with now. I love PS I QUILT blog..it’s an inspiration. Would love to have a copy of her book!

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  353. mary nett Says:
    10/09/2013 6:14 pm

    Beautiful quilts!

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  354. mary nett Says:
    10/09/2013 6:16 pm

    beautiful quilts! my granddaughter would love one!

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  355. cheryl briggs Says:
    10/09/2013 6:17 pm

    I belong to Project Linus (hugs for children in crisis) and love the quilts for comfort. I have seen results of how these quilts effect the recipients. Would LOVE to have a copy of this book.Would also love to know more about you and what you use your quilts for. Check out Project Linus in Western NC AND Eastern TN.

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  356. Linda Stewart Says:
    10/09/2013 6:17 pm

    Such delightful designs. This is a wonderful book and I especially like how she’s divided the patterns into “Comfort Quilts” and “Celebrate Quilts”. It would be great to win this book.

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  357. Marie T Says:
    10/09/2013 6:20 pm

    My Great , Great Grandson, Ben. would love a new quilt, using one of these patterns.
    thanks for the give-away!
    Cheers

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  358. Phyllis Says:
    10/09/2013 6:21 pm

    I am always up for a new challenge….Looks like fun!!! Cant wait…

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  359. Peggy Skillen Says:
    10/09/2013 6:24 pm

    I would love to win this book so that I could make one of the quilts for my daughter.

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  360. Cindy Garaas Says:
    10/09/2013 6:27 pm

    I make quilts for our church for baptisms and would love this book for baby quilt ideas.

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  361. Sandy Says:
    10/09/2013 6:29 pm

    The book looks fascinating! My son’ family are moving into their new home this weekend and my granddaughters have asked for new quilts for their new bedrooms and these designs are just what they are asking for! This is excellent timing!

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  362. Dianne Jenniges Says:
    10/09/2013 6:36 pm

    I would like to do more quilting. This book looks great. I am tackling a t-shirt quilt for my granddaughter who will be graduating next spring.

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  363. Shirley Chirch Says:
    10/09/2013 6:37 pm

    I love quilting books!

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  364. Alice Says:
    10/09/2013 6:41 pm

    I would love the opportunity to win a copy of this book; looks like lots of great patterns.

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  365. Carol Jacobson Says:
    10/09/2013 6:43 pm

    My Mom always made quilts for Children’s Hospital and for baby’s of unwed mothers. I would love to have some new patterns to carry on her quilt making.

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  366. Debbie Says:
    10/09/2013 6:45 pm

    thanks for the chance to win this book. Looks like some great patterns.

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  367. Anita Says:
    10/09/2013 6:52 pm

    I read Rachel’s blog and the book looks fantastic. My 3 year old granddaughter woul love one of these quilts.

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  368. Rosemary Says:
    10/09/2013 6:53 pm

    I would make one for my next grandchild…I have made 4 in the last 6 years, and would love to make one more!

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  369. Kathy Goodnight Says:
    10/09/2013 6:56 pm

    My Goddaughter is having her first child and I would love to surprise her with a baby quilt from one of these lovely quilts, beautiful beautiful quilts.

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  370. Susan Hochsztein Says:
    10/09/2013 7:00 pm

    I would like this book for my daughter Julie because she makes beautiful quilts that are made with love!

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  371. Theresa Camil Says:
    10/09/2013 7:01 pm

    I would love to win this book! Thank you.

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  372. Marlene Keahey Says:
    10/09/2013 7:02 pm

    I just read and saw your review Rachel Griffith’s Quilts Made With Love. I fell in love with quilting just a short time ago and I fell hard. When I go to make a quilt it has always been for someone else. When looking for patterns and then the fabric, I have to see the recipient in the pattern and material and it usually takes me hours and sometime multiple quilt shops to find what I’m looking for. I saw family and friends in the quilt patterns/photos in Ms. Griffith’s book. Thank you for sharing. Please put my name in the drawing for her book.

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  373. Nelly Reimer Says:
    10/09/2013 7:05 pm

    I’d love to win this book!

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  374. Marty Webster Says:
    10/09/2013 7:09 pm

    I would love to win this book as I and the two guilds I belong to do charity quilts.The day guild makes quilts for our cancer patients at the cancer center. The night guild makes quilts for children at the women’s shelter . Each guild has other projects for charity.

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  375. Lydia Torres Says:
    10/09/2013 7:13 pm

    Every quilt I make is made with love. I have been sewing quilts for over 30 years. Sewing was what helped me keep my sanity while raising 4 kids, through my divorce and working as many as 4 jobs at a time. I not only survived, I have thrived thanks to my sewing and quilting. I have lost count of the number of quilts I’ve made. (Last count was over 1500.) Now I get to sew for grandkids. This book would help inspire me to make even more quilts. Thanks Lydia Torres

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  376. Andrea Says:
    10/09/2013 7:16 pm

    I would love a chance to win this book. I would make a quilt for my mother.

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  377. Renea Says:
    10/09/2013 7:27 pm

    I think everyone in my family deserves a quilt made with love. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  378. Erzs├ębet Michener Says:
    10/09/2013 7:31 pm

    I hope I`ll win this sweet little book. Thankfully,Erzsi

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  379. Romona Melnick Says:
    10/09/2013 7:37 pm

    I would love to win this book, because quilts are all about love, and giving a quilt to someone is giving part of yourself. A quilt is a warm hug and when we aren’t able to be there in person, our quilt will give the person warmth of heart and soul.

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  380. Judy Beaudry Says:
    10/09/2013 7:40 pm

    I would love to win this quilt book. Our church 50+ group makes quilts for children’s hospital and I would love new ideas for quilt patterns. This looks like a wonderful book.

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  381. SandraFidler Says:
    10/09/2013 7:41 pm

    I would love to win this book to have many different designs to make for our grandkids *(5 at present) One of them has serious problems with Autism: Also, I would like to make some quick quilts for the fur babies at the animal shelter. They are allways in need of quilts or blankets for the cats and dogs. Hope I will be lucky and win a copy of this book. Sandra Fidler

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  382. Lorena Skerget Says:
    10/09/2013 7:41 pm

    Love quilting, love reading quilting books. Look forward to checking this one out!

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  383. Bonnie Anderson Says:
    10/09/2013 7:42 pm

    I always enjoy new books which gets me inspired. I hope all the quilts I make and give away are loved! One special person in my life is an dear friend who is 96 years old, and she loves anything that is hand made. Regardless of what it is – a table runner, a throw, a tote bag, etc. She would love a quilt made just for her.

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  384. Corky Says:
    10/09/2013 7:42 pm

    Great book, thanks for the opportunity

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  385. gaye Says:
    10/09/2013 7:46 pm

    This book looks great! Like most quilters, all my quilts are made with love, for the people I love. I have three daughters and my first granddaughter was born in May. The quilts look perfect for putting a dent in my sewing room stash. I love scrap quilts. Thanks for entering me in your draw.

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  386. Linda King Says:
    10/09/2013 7:49 pm

    I would love to win this book, the quilts are beautiful! I make many quilts for chairty, they are made with love. I would also share thie patterns with the quilt club that I belong to. We make quilts for the needy, abused, nursing homes, & veterans. Thank you for giving me a chance to win.

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  387. Rhonda Says:
    10/09/2013 8:01 pm

    My birthday is Monday–this would be a great gift! :)

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  388. Marilyn Hukill Says:
    10/09/2013 8:05 pm

    I have been trying to make a quilt for my brother who is a nursing home. I am new to quilting and when I finally started getting the hang of things I had surgery and then fell and broke my wrist a week after. I would love to learn more about this art I am enjoying re-establishing myself with my sewing machine and will try to finish part of his quilt with it. My label is; To: Anthony Dusek, Made with love by: Marilyn Hukill.
    Thanks

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  389. Lori Morton Says:
    10/09/2013 8:17 pm

    Beautiful quilts in this book! I’d loooove for it to come live (& be loved) at my house! :)

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  390. Jane Says:
    10/09/2013 8:18 pm

    Nice work! I am buying this book. I love the designs and the variations in patterns. Just in time for Christmas. If I win, I will have a lucky friend. :)

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  391. martha Eise Says:
    10/09/2013 8:18 pm

    Looks like a great book and I make small quilts to give to Newborns In Need

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  392. Cindy Bates Says:
    10/09/2013 8:22 pm

    The energy this book projects is amazing. I would love to use this book to help teach some youngish to sew and quilt,

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  393. Susan Giorno Says:
    10/09/2013 8:25 pm

    I just finished my first queen size quilt and am ready to start on another. Always looking for ideas. Would LOVE to win this book!

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  394. Mariese Marvin Says:
    10/09/2013 8:29 pm

    What an awesome book. I love scrap quilts. They have so much personality.
    My church quilt group would love this book. We do many charity quilts.
    Thankyou.

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  395. Kathy Says:
    10/09/2013 8:32 pm

    My quilt guild makes a lot of charity quilts – these patterns look perfect!

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  396. Bonny Peters Says:
    10/09/2013 8:34 pm

    Who wouldn’t I like to make a quilt full of love for – the list is long. I’ve recently retired and moved. There are so many former coworkers and neighbors that I would love to honor with quilts. I have only been quilting for about fifteen months but I’ve managed to finish nine quilts. Each one has been a labor of love. I am always looking to learn from different quilters so that I can expand my skills and find my own style.

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  397. Kate Taylor Says:
    10/09/2013 8:36 pm

    Really like these quilts, would love a book, thanks for the chance.

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  398. Judy Knapp Says:
    10/09/2013 8:37 pm

    I have 2 grandbabies and a great niece on the way who need baby quilts and our guild also makes cozy quilts for police cars. They are given out whenever the police come across children in non-tenable situations. Would love to use this book!

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  399. Kimberly Stocker Says:
    10/09/2013 8:38 pm

    I am blessed with childhood memories of watching my sweet grandmother lower her quilting frame (using pulleys) from the ceiling of my grandparents’ country home.
    She was meticulous, patient, and wise, and created such beautiful things… with love on her heart.
    I wasn’t really a Barbie girl (my two cousins were), but our Barbies were unbelievably dressed. Today, I cannot IMAGINE making those spectacular TINY outfits!
    A natural teacher, my grandmother always provided the tools, materials, guidance (and encouragement) for the next skill to master, be it sewing, cooking, gardening or canning. For crocheting, knitting, tatting (sadly, though I have her shuttles, I lost that skill), or embroidery, I have her to thank.
    My family & I lost her 37 years ago — I was 14. Still, she is with me, daily, in everything I do.
    What I did NOT learn to do or experience from her, first-hand, was quilting.
    Instead, I grew up, spent 3 decades in corporate management, working 70-80 hour work weeks, destroying my health, and straying about as far away from my country roots and raising as I could get.
    Long story a little less long, the last three years have been amazing: I’ve had wonderfully productive gardens, I’ve canned, I have time to cook healthy meals at night, and I’ve been sewing, and crocheting, and knitting. AND, with the arrival of my 8.5 month old first grand baby, I have started quilting. And I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!
    I no longer have an income (it wasn’t for lack of trying… there are just so many times you can be told you’re over qualified… and some health issues didn’t help), I no longer have an impressive corporate title, and $$$ is very very tight.
    BUT, my new title, “Uma”, stands for “grandmother”. I had an **exemplary** example of what a wonderful grand mother should be, and know, first hand, how much of a difference a grandmother can make in the life of a little person.
    I watch this precious little guy 3-4 days a week and have every plan to teach him how to cook, can, crochet, knit, and garden (I taught his father, my only child, how to cook and crochet… as he grew up, I didn’t make the time to knit or garden…) AND, I am going to teach my grand baby (and any other children my only child and his wife bless me with) how to quilt, if he wants to learn!
    I consider my new “job” the most important one of my life and will make sure my grand baby knows about his great great grandmother as I do.
    Congratulations on writing a book while mom to FOUR children (!!!)
    Kind regards,
    Kimberly

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  400. Savannah Hickman Says:
    10/09/2013 8:42 pm

    My sister. She raised me from an infant into my adulthood and is still raising me…and she has never once complained.

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  401. Carolyn S Says:
    10/09/2013 8:42 pm

    I would love to make one of these quilts for when my daughter and her family move into their new house sometime before Christmas. Tho, it would probably be after Christmas before I could get it finished. Ha

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  402. Jeanne Gold Says:
    10/09/2013 8:52 pm

    I would love to see my sister-in-law, Teri Riordan, get this book. She loves traditional quilting and these are the kind of quilts she loves to make.

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  403. Kathy M Boice Says:
    10/09/2013 8:55 pm

    This book is just full of inspiration! Who would not want to win it? I certaiunly would put it to good use!!

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  404. Demi Wiper Says:
    10/09/2013 8:59 pm

    What a great way to use my stash. These would make quick charity quilts.

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  405. Jean MacDonald Says:
    10/09/2013 9:02 pm

    Love all the quilts would love a copy of the book. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  406. Darla Grieshaber Says:
    10/09/2013 9:09 pm

    A number of beautiful hand made gifts. Quilts are a true work of love for those you love. Each peice is with a color or a theme for your design to pop alive. I would create one for my daughters and grand children. And my oldest daughter gets this lovely book since she loves too quilt. A quilters delight.

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  407. Cyndi Says:
    10/09/2013 9:16 pm

    I would love to win a copy of the book. The patterns look wonderful. I would make a quilt for my mom!

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  408. Nancy Dietrich Says:
    10/09/2013 9:25 pm

    I am fairly new to making quilts, but I enjoy the process and excited to learn new techniques. I have been thinking of making a quilt for my younger sister who got sober through AA, lost her only daughter who was age 20, divorced and then discovered she had breast cancer. Now she is a breast cancer survivor. We grew up being very close to each other and now we are miles apart. It has been hard and when I saw the name of the book thought this would be great to send her “A quilt made with love and give her comfort” we don’t get to see each other much. The name of this book reminded me of her and I would love to be able to make her one of these quilts.

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  409. Sharon Gerstman Says:
    10/09/2013 9:26 pm

    Wonderful quilt book! I am not a seasoned quilter, but I think I can actually make some of these. Would LOVE to be one of the ones picked as a winner. Such a generous offer! Thank you so much for the contest.

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  410. Laurie Fabrick Says:
    10/09/2013 9:34 pm

    I would give this book to my daughter Deanne. She introduced me to quilting a few years ago, and now has a 2 year old son who was a preemie, so she hasn’t had a whole lot of time for quilting. This book would help her get back into it. It looks like a beautiful book. Thank you for the opportunity to win it.

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  411. Michelle Connors Says:
    10/09/2013 9:50 pm

    My daughter gave birth eight weeks ago this Friday to a beautiful baby boy. Form his second week of life, she has struggled with postpartum anxiety. I would make a beautiful quilt for her from this wonderful book to celebrate the courage she has shown while fighting her way back from this insidious malady. She is strong and courageous!!

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  412. Jane Sanders Says:
    10/09/2013 10:17 pm

    Great designs and quilts that look like fun to make. I have a space saved on my new bookshelf for this book.

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  413. Lori Says:
    10/09/2013 10:33 pm

    Hi – I would be selfish and give this book to myself. I absolutely love this book – I am looking for some easy quilt patterns and this may be it! P.S. Its my birthday on Monday.

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  414. Tania Untalan Says:
    10/09/2013 10:56 pm

    Thank you for the contest! I would love to have the book to make my grand daughter Oh Happy Day.

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  415. Mary G Says:
    10/09/2013 11:09 pm

    Really like the way this book looks. Want a copy!!!
    We’ll see if I can wait. LOL Thank you so much for making available to us as a giveaway but also at reduced cost… WOW!

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  416. Elizabeth McDonald Says:
    10/10/2013 12:13 am

    How generous! I would like to make a Quilt of Love for my newly-wed son, who is living in Japan.

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  417. Debbie Says:
    10/10/2013 2:55 am

    I am in a place in my life where I am around so many senior citizens, all who need comfort of some sort. From a broken bone to a death in the family, there is always something. And these beautiful quilts would be perfect for warmth and cheer.

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  418. Sue Says:
    10/10/2013 3:10 am

    I want one! If I don’t win I know my next book purchase.

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  419. AuraLee Law Says:
    10/10/2013 3:29 am

    Wow, those quilts look so inspiring and fascinating to make. What an outstanding job. Life brings a lot of moments to celebrate and a lot that make us all need comforting. Maybe these can help with those moments.

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  420. Michele Says:
    10/10/2013 3:39 am

    I’ve been waiting for this book! The cover quilt is just spectacular!!! What a nice opportunity to win :-)

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  421. Michelle Altherr Says:
    10/10/2013 3:54 am

    I would love to make my grandson a quilt from here. Every quilt I make, he asks if it is for him. I made him one when he was a baby, but it has been put away for a keepsake. Time for a new quilt.

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  422. Sarah Says:
    10/10/2013 4:04 am

    What happy, fun quilts you have designed! I would love to spend some time in my sewing room with your book for inspiration. Congrats on a lovely first book!

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  423. Kitty Allison Says:
    10/10/2013 4:09 am

    I would love the chance to win a copy of your book. It would be the first
    One with the new modern style. It will be great
    To us the patterns with my current stash.

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  424. D Suibhne Says:
    10/10/2013 4:29 am

    US Army Cpt Alexys Hillman Proudly (& Selflessly) Serving Active Duty the USArmy is Most Deserving of a “Quilts Made w/Love Quilt” in my AND her Patients lives!
    These designs are FRESH & EXCITING, yet are able to be made by ALL QUILTERS, whatever their level of experience (:-D
    Which makes this quilt book PERFECT for making Quilts of Valor &/or similar Quilts for Military member and Veterans!

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  425. Linda Kennedy Says:
    10/10/2013 4:33 am

    Looks like it has some great patterns to help use up my scraps!

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  426. Helen Mollins Says:
    10/10/2013 4:41 am

    My brother-in-law is going through a very serious illness right now, & I’ve decided to quilt him a lap quilt, to surround him with a cocoon of love. I’m sure the section Quilts to Comfort will serve as the inspiration I need. It looks like a fabulous book, & I would be overjoyed to have a copy. Thank you for this opportunity.

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  427. Norma Says:
    10/10/2013 4:49 am

    Love to win this book. Patterns are gorgeous.

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  428. Cheri Says:
    10/10/2013 5:06 am

    I would love this book–I follow her web site and she is amazing! I have a new baby grandchild that I would make a quilt for from this book.

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  429. Sybil Derderian Says:
    10/10/2013 5:09 am

    If I could use this book to make a quilt, I would make one for my daughter, Kate, who’s now living in New Mexico, far from our home in Michigan. I would use fabrics that remind her of the natural beauty of home.

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  430. Paula Krollikoski Says:
    10/10/2013 5:09 am

    I have a friend that is a great quilter and she is always ready to try new things. The pictures in this book show quilts that are definitely not her style but I know she would be up to the challenge of not doing those quilts in her colorway. It would be great fun for the two of us to do a challenge quilt from the book.

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  431. Pat Welfare Says:
    10/10/2013 5:18 am

    I would one of these books to give to my “quilting buddy,” Patricia Atkin. We get together whenever we can, two or three times a week, and work on projects. We often give each other homework to have done by the next time that we meet. If I gave it to her, I know that she would share with me. So it is like getting two books.

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  432. Ramona Christensen Says:
    10/10/2013 5:28 am

    I would love to win this book. I was taught to quilt by a dear friend and loved the peacefulness of it as well as the beauty of the finished products. I had a car accident which damaged my brain. I lost a great deal of memory. I played memory games to try to retrain my brain only to get terrible headaches, so I decided I would quilt instead of the games. My husband got out my machine, we went to the fabric store and I excitedly sat down to quilt only to find all memory of quilting was lost as well. I was devastated. I went and bought all the books on quilting, magazines patterns and read them all. I made my sister a quilt for her birthday. I was afraid the quilter would see my mistakes and send it back, instead she Said ” I can see you put a lot of work into this quilt keep quilting” I was so happy. Now I read all books and am planning patterns in my head. I struggle and make mistakes, but they are mistakes of love.

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  433. Evelyn Frasier Says:
    10/10/2013 5:29 am

    My daughter-in-law would love this book. She has recently got into quilting and we love sharing patterns and techniques and, of course, shopping for more fabric. She can’t get enough magazines or books to look at for colorful ideas to get her creative juices flowing.

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  434. Fran Holland Says:
    10/10/2013 5:32 am

    I would love this book as I have quilted for over 30 + years and still love it and want to learn new patterns. I have promised my nephew a new quilt for graduation and I also have a new grandchild on the way!! So exciting.

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  435. Sally Naughtin Says:
    10/10/2013 5:32 am

    I would love to win “Quilts Made With Love”, one of these quilts would go to my daughter. She is not only my daughter but also my best friend. She deserves extra love such as a quilt as she gives of her time to others. She has no children, yet she is a Daisy leader for Girl Scouts. She initiates fund raisers for fellow workers in need and yet asks nothing for herself. She helps keep me grounded while I deal with two parents 90 and 89 one with Alzheimer’s and one with Dementia. She is my HERO!

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  436. Annette Ackley Says:
    10/10/2013 5:42 am

    I would love to win this book. I’d make a quilt for my Father-in-law. He does a lot for us. When I made a quilt for my Husband’s Aunt. He wanted to know where his quilt was. This would give me an inspiration to make one for him.

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  437. Betty A. Holloway Says:
    10/10/2013 5:50 am

    I have 2 granddaughters who will graduate in May and I make all of the grandkids a quilt for graduation. Just looking at some of the quilts in this book I think I could come up with two really neat ones for the girls. Half of the fun is looking at patterns that will suit there personalities, then finding fabric in their colors to fit the pattern. I would love to win a copy of this book and put my quilting juices to work.

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  438. Sue Munn Says:
    10/10/2013 5:55 am

    We have a new baby in the family and another on the way-need some new ideas for cute baby quilts!

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  439. Connie Manney Says:
    10/10/2013 5:55 am

    Loving the designs in the book. I can see so many gifts that would come from these patterns.

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  440. Margaret Says:
    10/10/2013 5:56 am

    I would love to win this book, as I do a lot of Charity quilts & these would be so much fun to do & I’m sure bring a lot of smiles when received.
    Thank you
    Margaret

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  441. Paula W. Says:
    10/10/2013 6:05 am

    This looks like a great book. I would probably make one for each of my grandchildren. I am also trying to use my stash for charity quilts and I’m always looking for new patterns. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  442. Kathie Says:
    10/10/2013 6:08 am

    TIme to read a book? She has time to blog, write a book and keep up a househould. Hip Hip Hooray!
    I have the fabric sitting here, ready to create a new grandbaby quilt, I would love to share a love from such an ethusiastic MOM. We just have been blessed with a new baby granddaughter=3 to my youngest son’s household. Another busy family with energetic working Mom. I am the only one who quilts though,(hopefully to be remedied in another year with granddaughter #1!!!}, this book would be a valuable addition and assistance to my creations. Thank you.

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  443. Kathy M. Says:
    10/10/2013 6:08 am

    The title says it all – hopefully all our quilts are made with love , I know mine sure are!! The book looks wonderful and I hope I am one of the lucky recipients. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  444. Linda Jerome Says:
    10/10/2013 6:28 am

    Love your designs, would love to receive a copy

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  445. Brenda B Says:
    10/10/2013 6:30 am

    Books are a weakness I endure. I have checked this one out and it is awesome. I enjoyed your write up on this book.

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  446. Karen Potts Says:
    10/10/2013 6:38 am

    Quilts full of love for the babies at Cape Fear NICU, one of my guilds charity projects! Hope to win a copy of this great-looking book!

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  447. Diane Faatz Says:
    10/10/2013 6:51 am

    I would love to win this book as i would make a quilt for my sister in alaska to remind her how much i miss and love her as we haven’ t seen each other in over 10 years! We only talk via phone or skype.

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  448. Terry Anderson Says:
    10/10/2013 6:54 am

    I am a new quilter and loving it! I would love the book for myself – for ideas for a quilt for my new grandson! I would share it with my family who also are growing and very busy.

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  449. Jacki Faller Says:
    10/10/2013 7:03 am

    I have an older friend who is always up for a new quilt book! Of course, she’d share with me.

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  450. Ursula Says:
    10/10/2013 7:23 am

    I love Rachel and her blog! I don’t know how she does it! I would love a copy of her book. Her quilts are so beautiful. My mother in law has been cancer free for 5 years now and I would love to make her one of Rachels’ quilts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  451. Maureen Says:
    10/10/2013 7:31 am

    My son and family are expecting twins in March 2014, and I would love to find a pattern to make quilts. Not sure right now though what the genders are so will have to wait to start projects. Sounds like there are some excellent nursery patterns in this book. Good luck to you on your new arrival. I have made quilts for each one of my other 7 grandchildren.

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  452. Shirley King Says:
    10/10/2013 7:37 am

    I would love to win this book for my Sis. She is a brand new quilter; I am always trying to show her all of the amazing patterns you can make and this book would be a wonderful start to her quilting library!

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  453. Peggy Duke Says:
    10/10/2013 7:41 am

    I have been blessed to have had a fifth grandchild just born last month. I am sure I will find something for each of them to make in the coming years. The cover quilt has already caught my eye as a possibility.

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  454. Beverly King Says:
    10/10/2013 7:44 am

    I would love to try one of these quilts and know th at one of my grandchildren would Lo e it or give it as a charity quilt

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  455. Marylynn Landry Says:
    10/10/2013 7:44 am

    What a blessing to be able to win this book. I love quilts, quilting and quilting books. They are a joy to read and share the original makers gift. They spark my imagination and bring contentment. I so hope that I will be one of the recipients of your new book!!!
    Quilt Blessings! Marylynn

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  456. Shirley Knight Says:
    10/10/2013 7:47 am

    As a new quilter I am always looking for easy and beautiful patterns. This book looks like it has all great patterns and I would love to have it in my quilt library.

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  457. Debbie S Says:
    10/10/2013 7:54 am

    I just entered the quilting world a couple of years ago. My mom began quilting approx. 8 years ago in an attempt to help get her mind off of the cancer and all of the treatments that she was undergoing. Mom took to it like a duck in water and it was such a joy to see all of the wonderful and beautiful quilts that she created. Unfortunately, mom did not win her fight after six years of valiantly trying. After this horrible loss, I began finishing the quilts that she had started and was unable to complete. I found such a closeness with her by doing this, that I am now working on quilts of my own and loving every stitch! Mom left me such a wonderful stash of material and have many more quilts to look forward to sewing.
    My children and I all now have an ample supply of quilts so I plan to make quilts to give to those in need. Even though finances might be tight for me, there is always someone in worse shape than I am and I believe in helping others in any way I can. I know that my mom will be smiling down when she sees how her material is being put to good use!

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  458. Vivian`Mc Pherson Says:
    10/10/2013 7:57 am

    I would love to win this book…my grandchildren and great grandchildren and even my adult children would all love to get a quilt made from the pages of this book!

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  459. Kaye M Says:
    10/10/2013 7:59 am

    I love the cover quilt and the diagonal lines that are created! I think it would be a fun quilt to make for my 4 yr. old grandson.

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  460. Barbara Leonard Says:
    10/10/2013 8:02 am

    This book looks like a lot of fun, I would enjoy making a quilt from it possibly for myself or a charity.

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  461. Cynthia Says:
    10/10/2013 8:04 am

    I would also love to win this book, as I make quilts for my very special family members.

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  462. Dianne Says:
    10/10/2013 8:04 am

    Rachel- Finally! a book with modern quilts with for moderate experienced quilter who love good design! I know from teaching classes, that even a simple design can go very wrong unless students know the basics…then, they need great inspiration to tackle something that looks complicated but really isn’t. Perhaps this is the one!- to have them purchase for that next big step in quilting – achievement through design! You made my day! Thanks (BTW would love a copy to check it out further)

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  463. Laura C. Says:
    10/10/2013 8:13 am

    I would love to make the quilt on the cover. It’s really
    happy.
    Thanks for having a contest!

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  464. Diane Oakes Says:
    10/10/2013 8:17 am

    This looks like an awesome book. I would love to make quilts for family, friends and myself.

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  465. Gretchen H. Says:
    10/10/2013 8:30 am

    Neat! There are seriously tons of people who could use a blessing blanket. I know off hand my niece who is pregnant with her first baby and has had a rough pregnancy would love one. Also, at my church we are collecting items for a women and children safe house and these would be great to give the kids. Such a thoughtful gift!!!

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  466. Kay Mc Says:
    10/10/2013 8:46 am

    I would like to make one of the quilts from this book for a friend who is going through a rough time right now & needs to know how loved she is.

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  467. Stevie Says:
    10/10/2013 8:49 am

    Thanks for giving everyone the chance to win a copy of this quilt book. The cover alone makes you want to turn the pages and start quilting!

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  468. Nina Says:
    10/10/2013 8:52 am

    I have a friend who is a great lover of modern quilts, although she does not sew. She has a newborn and a toddler. After renting for years, she and her husband moved into their own home just after their youngest was born this summer. Add sickness and house guests to the mix and you can see she’s had plenty on her plate. I’d love to make her one of these fresh and comforting quilts to let her know how special she is!

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  469. Margaret R Kelley Says:
    10/10/2013 9:10 am

    98% of the quilts I make these days are for charity which I give through our WSQ Spokane Chapter, Mountain of Quilts, at our annual quilt show. I am always looking for quilt patterns and books to make new and interesting fun quilts, which I give to many charities through this great organization of which I proudly belong! These quilts bring great comfort to children and veterans. All quilting books and magazines that I no longer use I also donate to the chapter library for others to use and carry on the tradition.

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  470. Emma G. King Says:
    10/10/2013 9:20 am

    The previews of this book are so exciting! I would love a copy to continue keeping myself occupied. I recently had to medically retire and quilting is the only thing that keeps me going and gives me a reason to get up in the morning. It keeps my mind off of everything else I’m going through. I would also love to share it with my daughter-in-law, who has just begun to learn to quilt. This books sounds more than exciting! Thank You for keeping us in such an amazing world!

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  471. Ann Louise Says:
    10/10/2013 9:26 am

    The simplicity of the patterns really enhances the fabric. I own fabric I can already visualize in her quilt patterns. I want it for my next quilt retreat.

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  472. jill cunningham Says:
    10/10/2013 9:46 am

    Love the pictures from your book! They’re beautiful! I would want to win the book for me-lol so I can make the quilts in the book. Thank you, Jill

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  473. Cindy Pilkington Says:
    10/10/2013 9:48 am

    What an adorable book with delightful designs! I would love, love to win this one.

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  474. Renata Says:
    10/10/2013 9:53 am

    My daughter would love a quilt made from one of the featured patterns.

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  475. Darlene Says:
    10/10/2013 10:03 am

    I have a new GGD who needs a lovely quilt. That looks like a nice book.

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  476. carla Says:
    10/10/2013 10:08 am

    I am new to quilting and this book has fun designs, yet seem simple enough to make. I have started donating quilts as well, which this book will give me new ideas for a quick cute quilt for someone in need.

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  477. Valerie Allard Says:
    10/10/2013 10:15 am

    My DIL just announced that is they are having their first child. This will be my 4th grandchild but they are all special. I would like to have a quilt ready that can be for either a boy or girl.

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  478. Carla Says:
    10/10/2013 10:28 am

    I love the book! I recently make a quilt for a little girl going though Chemo and would like to do more of this work. I think the book has some cute ideas for this. Thanks for your generosity and sharing your patterns.

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  479. mary benson Says:
    10/10/2013 10:28 am

    yes this book has some delightful parts in it and i would be glad to make some of them hope i be one of the winners

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  480. Cheryl Says:
    10/10/2013 10:55 am

    I would love to win this book. The quilts look fun and cheerful! I like to cheer people up with colorful quilts that are full of life.

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  481. Barbara Says:
    10/10/2013 11:03 am

    I’m more traditional in my likes but my daughter-in-law has more modern tastes. This. Book would give me some great ideas for her.

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  482. Carolyn Cameronf Says:
    10/10/2013 11:29 am

    I am learning how to quilt and I’ m always looking for fun quit patterns. I would love to win your book for some fund patterns.

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  483. Cheryl Haupt Says:
    10/10/2013 11:39 am

    Would love to make a quilt from this book for my granddaughter Korie!

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  484. Darlene Artman Says:
    10/10/2013 11:46 am

    I would love to have one of your books. Looks like some nice patterns! Us quilters can never have enough patterns. I hope I am lucky enough to win one! Thanks!

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  485. Ramanda Nash Says:
    10/10/2013 11:59 am

    That Rachel has outdone herself! Even though I have been quilting for ten years, I have never made quilts for my seven children. I’d have lots of inspiration with the help of Rach’s book!

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  486. pegeth Says:
    10/10/2013 12:08 pm

    I need some inspiration to downsize my stash befor I downsize my home. (Moving)
    I want to use up as much as possible. I need thread!!!
    Thanks ahead for my prize.

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  487. Bonnie Marchant Says:
    10/10/2013 12:15 pm

    I love that the book is divided into two sections–celebrating and comforting. I make a baby quilt for every new baby at my workplace–it is so wonderful to provide a custom, cozy quilt. I also know that when people in my life have tough or sad times, a quilt is just what is needed. My family received a quilt that was given to my mother in law during hospice care–would love to keep the chain unbroken.

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  488. Sandra Strickland Says:
    10/10/2013 1:30 pm

    So many cute quilts, I would love to win this.

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  489. Mary Jo Says:
    10/10/2013 1:51 pm

    I really enjoyed making Impromptu, a quilt pattern by Rachel. She writes a great pattern. I donated the quilt to a charitable organization and it went for $1100. Others like her pattern too. I will probably make then next quilt for a family member. They all love quilts.

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  490. Diane Says:
    10/10/2013 1:55 pm

    I have done a couple of Rachel’s quilts…one being the “Full Swing” pattern on Fat Quarter Shop. I did that one for my daughter’s high school graduation. Her patterns are super easy to follow and all so beautiful. My son graduates next year so I think the black, grey and yellow one would be great for him…maybe changing out the yellow for lime or red. I hope I win…it looks like a great book.

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  491. Cheryl B Says:
    10/10/2013 2:10 pm

    I know my niece and her new husband would like to receive a Quilts Made with Love quilt! It’d be the quilt design I see on the front cover of this book.

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  492. Joleen B. Says:
    10/10/2013 2:14 pm

    I would love to have this book. My 3 sisters are always asking me to make quilts for them and their grandchildren…this might be just what I need! Thanks for the chance to win this book.

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  493. Pat Says:
    10/10/2013 3:10 pm

    This looks like another must have quilt magazine.. I have 3 great grand babies due this year .. They would all love a quilt made from the patterns. Mostly mu daughter would love one of the quilts. I’ve been so busy making grand and great grans quilts she hasn’t gotten a quilt yet.. Happy sewing

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  494. Nancy Hudgins Says:
    10/10/2013 3:14 pm

    I am Chrm. of a committee that makes quilts to donate to Easter Seals, the military, new babies at the hospital, and taken by ambulance to the hospital from our RV park in Texas. We would love to have your book to use to make our quilts!!

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  495. Brenda Jones Says:
    10/10/2013 3:18 pm

    I am just learning how to quilt and this book would be great inspiration. My grandson has already asked if I would be making a quilt for him, I would love to win a copy of this book.

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  496. Diane C Says:
    10/10/2013 4:15 pm

    I have two nephews getting married next year. They would both appreciate a quilt made with love.

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  497. carol delay Says:
    10/10/2013 4:26 pm

    Would love to win this book!! Haven’t done as much quilting as would like. Think it would really give me a jump start.Grandkids would love it, too. Will keep my fingers crossed!

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  498. Cindy Says:
    10/10/2013 5:50 pm

    I am new to quilting and would love to win your book for inspiration.

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  499. Paula Howard Says:
    10/10/2013 6:02 pm

    My mother is my inspiration for quilting. She either is putting a quilt top together or has a quilt in the frame. She would love to have this book with all of the wonderful new designs.

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  500. Deb Says:
    10/10/2013 7:33 pm

    Both of my daughter would greatly benefit if I made quilts from Rachel’s book.

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  501. Julie Pavey Says:
    10/10/2013 8:05 pm

    I am a new quilter, and I would love to have this book. It looks like there are quilts in it that would be suitable for a beginning quilter like me.

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  502. Heather Cady Says:
    10/10/2013 8:09 pm

    I would love to get my hands on this book. Benefactors would include my mom, son, daughter, grandson, and oh please some more grandbabies!

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  503. Kaye Foster Says:
    10/10/2013 8:49 pm

    Love new books and patterns. Like the new modern concept.

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  504. Cheryl Francis Says:
    10/10/2013 9:11 pm

    I am new to quilting and would love to have a copy of this book. My daughters would love these quilts

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  505. Lynn Carpenter Says:
    10/10/2013 10:24 pm

    Beautifully creative quilts to inspire my quilting friends and me–I would treasure it!

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  506. maudericcar Says:
    10/11/2013 6:45 am

    I am just beginning to Quilt and would love to have this book. There is so much fabric that is beautiful and need to be put into a Quilt, only if I can decide which Quilt to make. So many decisions so little time!

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  507. LisaT Says:
    10/11/2013 7:50 am

    Definitely my sister. Thank you!

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  508. Corina Scholbrock Says:
    10/11/2013 8:13 am

    I would like this book because I have fabric that belonged to my deceased mother I would use. I could share the pieces with my grandchildren in quilts.

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  509. Gail Ashuk Says:
    10/11/2013 8:29 am

    I love Quilting Books filled with new ideas. Thanks for the chance to win this one.

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  510. Sue K Says:
    10/11/2013 8:37 am

    This sounds like a great book to have on hand for some fun children’s quilts, and I always like to have different patterns for charity . Hope I win!!

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  511. Theresa Reifsnider Says:
    10/11/2013 9:15 am

    My Mom and Dad, at 96, are blessed to be together in the same care facility and they’d both love to receive any quilts I would make from Rachel’s book. In fact, there might be a riot on the floor! :)
    Take care.

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  512. Virginia Astfalk Says:
    10/11/2013 10:44 am

    I would like to win this book. Quilting is very important to me. I have made a pact with myself that every close member of my family as well as childhood friends will receive a quilt made, just with that particular person in mind, while I remain on this earth. Of the number that I need to make,six have been completed. However, many more need to be completed and perhaps this book will inspire me.

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  513. Veronica rushton Says:
    10/11/2013 11:06 am

    I would love to make a quilt from this book welcoming my newest sister into the family. My mom adopted her from China!

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  514. Julie Ketsdever Says:
    10/11/2013 11:56 am

    With the help of my mother in law and a friend I finished my first quilt for my daughter. I would love to have this book and be able to do more quilts on my own.

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  515. Cheryl Mc Says:
    10/11/2013 12:42 pm

    After working full time, raising my family, and many years of quilting I decided to go back to school and finish my degree.All through school for the past two years, I have longed to quilt again, but with the class load, I am not able to. I do continue to look at the sites,look through my fabric stash wishing to be finished so that I can get back to my passion,Quilting! This book would be a comfort for me for the next semester, giving me inspiration to look forward to, until I am able to quilt again.

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  516. Kathy Blomquist Says:
    10/11/2013 12:47 pm

    I would love to win this book. I like the simplicity of the patterns that allow so many possibilities using different fabrics.

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  517. Phyllis Says:
    10/11/2013 2:04 pm

    My oldest granddaughter would love to receive a quilt made from one of the patterns in this book. She along with my youngest sister and I took our first quilting class last night. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and look forward to taking more.

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  518. Jeanne Says:
    10/11/2013 2:15 pm

    I would make some sort of I Spy quilt for my 6 month old grandson!

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  519. Kathy J. Says:
    10/11/2013 3:05 pm

    A young couple I know just had their first baby, a beautiful baby girl. She has been struggling with some feeding issues. I have been looking for just the right pattern to make something modern, yet warm and cuddly. This book looks great. I would love to have it to find a pattern for their quilt.

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  520. Lori Morton Says:
    10/11/2013 3:25 pm

    What a grrrreat book!!! More like how many “Who”s” would love a quilt made with Love around here! lol Just about all our Kiddo’s, few Grangirlie’s, and my BFF….After my Sweet Husband of course!!! :)

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  521. Marcia Gaffney Says:
    10/11/2013 4:28 pm

    Congratulations on a eonderful first book and lets hope you will have many more successful works. Good luck to all out there but I really would love to be one of those chosen!!

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  522. Marcia Gaffney Says:
    10/11/2013 4:30 pm

    Congratulations on a wonderful first book and lets hope you will have many more successful works. Good luck to all out there but I really would love to be one of those chosen!!

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  523. Mary Spraul Says:
    10/11/2013 5:36 pm

    I would love to make quilts from this book.

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  524. Christine Cole Says:
    10/11/2013 9:50 pm

    I’ve been waiting for this book to be released. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  525. Joan Says:
    10/12/2013 4:48 am

    Looks like a fun book to use for grandkids quilts. Mine are about to enter college in the next years and think these would be great for the dorm room.

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  526. April Sodoski Says:
    10/12/2013 7:02 am

    I would love to win this book, the modern movement in quilting and blogging has opened up the world of quilting tremendously! I recently made a beautiful quilt via a QAL. I would love to make some of these quilts I saw pictured above!!!

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  527. Tracy M Says:
    10/12/2013 12:32 pm

    The book cover caught my eye and looked like a quilt that I would love to make for someone in my family – but maybe I would have to keep it for myself. :) I totally enjoy blessing others with something I have made with my heart.

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  528. love Says:
    10/12/2013 12:32 pm

    Love is good.

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  529. June Says:
    10/12/2013 4:03 pm

    I think that any one of the women and children in our local shelter for domestic violence victims would be more than happy to receive a quilt made from the patterns for the cheerful quilts found in this book.

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  530. Paula Meyer Says:
    10/12/2013 7:25 pm

    What a wonderful give away! Let’s cover the world in quilts made with love! Everyone should have one to snuggle and comfort!

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  531. Suzi Graham Says:
    10/12/2013 9:23 pm

    I would love to have this book…. My Momma recently passed away and she has a stash that is to die for….. And YES I inherited it

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  532. Ruth Dreisewerd Says:
    10/12/2013 9:46 pm

    Quilts made with Love what a wonderful title for a book. I made all 7 of my brothers and sisters a quilt for their 50th birthday and hand quilted by our Mom. That was Quilts made with Love. I would love really love to make a quilt from your book for my Sweetie. Please Please

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  533. sandra baker Says:
    10/12/2013 10:06 pm

    I would lova to have your new book.

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  534. Jan Luna Says:
    10/12/2013 11:24 pm

    I would love this book. The comfort quilts are a great idea. A cheerful quilt will brighten anyones day. A comfort quilt will feel like a wonderful hug for anyone needing a hug. Hugs to you, Jan

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  535. Sherry Settle Says:
    10/13/2013 5:19 am

    I would love to have this book! My daughter and my beautiful new great niece would benefit from this book! I want to be able to leave them something that they can have for years to come. I would definitely make quilts from these patterns “with love”!!

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  536. Vicki Hurst Says:
    10/13/2013 11:08 am

    I have 12 beautiful grandbabies…and they all love grandma’s quilts…..would love to use this book to make my babies happy…..

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  537. Jean Miller Says:
    10/13/2013 12:13 pm

    I make prayer shawls for many who need comfort of some sort. I see these as bringing a smile to someones face, comfort to someone in need of a loving arm around them, or peace to someone in turmoil. These designs would do just that and the colors Rachel uses in hers are just cheery and ideal. Certainly these patterns (if I win the book) would be put to loving use.

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  538. Pat Holycross Says:
    10/13/2013 1:31 pm

    My mom is a devoted and exceptional hand quilter. The amazing fact is, she is 87 years old and quilts at least 1 hour a day. She enjoys her quilting group, never tiring when there are more books to review, more discussions about new patterns and quilting ideas and direction. She and her ladies would love to win this book.

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  539. Jo Ann Says:
    10/13/2013 4:42 pm

    Would really like to have this book.

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  540. Barb N Says:
    10/13/2013 7:36 pm

    This would be perfect for my daughter. She wants to learn to quilt and these fresh, modern quilts are just up her alley. Congrats to Rachel!

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  541. Karen Says:
    10/14/2013 6:25 am

    Cover quilt is beautiful, but so are the ones inside- how do I decide which to do first?!

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  542. Sue Lester Says:
    10/14/2013 12:10 pm

    I make lots of charity quilts and having some new ideas would be great. Hope to win!!!

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  543. Sharon Says:
    10/14/2013 12:41 pm

    I would love making one for my Mother :-)

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  544. Valerie Says:
    10/14/2013 8:01 pm

    Looking forward to seeing rachaelin Mpls at sew expo!

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  545. Pat V. Says:
    10/14/2013 8:10 pm

    Wow, I can think of so many possible recipients. I’d have to start with my brother, who has been going through some difficult times.

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  546. Kathy Bacchi Says:
    10/15/2013 8:09 am

    I already put “Made by KB, with love in every stitch” on my quilt labels. I would really love to win this book because I love every pattern and it would just multiply the love. I have a huge family that I am trying to make quilts for birthdays, weddings, baby showers etc.

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  547. Julie Thomas Says:
    10/15/2013 1:34 pm

    I love books especially QUILT books. Sew much fun to look at and sew many new things to learn. Hope I win :)

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  548. Kathy Wirth Says:
    10/15/2013 3:05 pm

    Who would like to receive one of the quilts from “Quilts Made with Love”? Any one of the babies at my parish who receives it at the time of their baptism. For several years I have donated an afghan or quilt that I make specifically for that special occasion. I’m always looking for new, easy ideas and from what I see here, this hits the spot!!

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  549. Betty Edwards Says:
    10/16/2013 9:30 am

    Anything book written with quilting in mind is a teaching tool. Experienced quilters as well as beginners will enjoy this book. Would live to have it!

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    10/31/2013 12:36 pm

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