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Could use a touch of summer...

Who couldn't use a touch of summer???
Cone flowers have to be one of my favorite summer flowers.  The way they grow up towards the sun and  let their petals mop down to give full sun to their beautiful hearts.   Pat has really captured the cone flowers charm with her Chelsea's Summer Garden...
who wouldn't want to hanging in their home all season long to keep summer ever in our mind?  

If you've not used one of Bigfork Bay Cotton Company's their instructions really rock, instead of telling you that you need an assortment of colors they tell you exactly how big a piece of what color number you need and great big applique patterns to trace.

Today is day three of the giveaway and just like the two previous patterns from Pat, this pattern is also signed by Pat, so you know the routine by now, leave me a comment to enter to win....

and now for yesterday's winner...

Myra said:
I agree! Come on Spring! I am tired of coats and hats and gloves and scarves. I have loved Pat's designs for many years, and Amelia's Spring Delight is just the design to bring some Spring into my kitchen.

Congratulations Myra, please email me your address so that you can get this touch of spring in your home...

Until next time
Be Creative
Kelly Ann

Comments

  1. Although I am ready for spring (it has been rainy and foggy where I live for 5 days), I love the fall and winter patterns! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. I've been thinking about quilting some purple coneflowers, great pattern. "Pick me, pick me" said the blossoms in the garden.

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  3. here in southern Oklahoma we haven't even had winter yet! It's been cold a couple of times but not really wintery-cold yet! it'll be a while before spring but it IS time to get onions in the ground! (spring gardening)

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  4. Coneflowers are such an old-timey real flower...make me think of my grandmother's garden! Nice Blog!

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  5. Coneflowers are also one of my favorite. I love all the different colors of them now but purple is still the best! Love the pattern!

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  6. Coneflowers are definitely one of my favorites. Sadly, I don't have a garden so I can only enjoy them in bouquets.

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  7. Love the basket of coneflowers. A great summer treat!

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  8. I love cone flowers too and have been a big fan of Pap's for a long time. I'd love to win a pattern!

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  9. This is my favorite of the four patterns. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

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  10. What a cute pattern. Love the little butterfly, the perfect addition!

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  11. I love these patterns, especially the coneflowers! Would love to win to bring some summer into the dreary days of winter here in Maryland. Thanks!

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  12. We had coneflowers at our previous house and I loved them! This little quilt would be a welcome reminder of their beauty!

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  13. We haven't had much cold weather yet here but I know soon enough I will need a dose of summer. Thanks for the chance. Beautiful pattern.

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  14. Coneflowers are my favorite summer flower! Love the pattern too!

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  15. Summer cone flowers and humming bees - fluttery butterflies... what's not to love?

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  16. I love the flowers. I don't garden so quilts are a good place to "plant" some.

    Kathy

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  17. I love cone flowers! I have some different varieties in my garden and I would love to make this pattern!

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  18. Chelsea's Summer Garden is my favorite of these four kits. I love the cone flowers! I noticed your green cone flowers. I had a green one once. When I took a picture of it to a garden center, they said that it was mutant. I just wondered if your green ones were by chance? Thanks for a chance to win!

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    1. I actually ordered my green ones from one of the catalogue companies...love them.

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  19. Love Pat's patterns! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  20. Summer feels like it is years away in my remote corner of the planet ... so your pictures today were inspiring. Pat Sloan's pattern, like her, is also inspiring! Have a dillydally day!

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  21. I loves the summer patterns! :)

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  22. Beautiful combination of colors! Hope I win!

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  23. This is a cute pattern. And I love cone flowers!

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  24. I am so ready for butterflies and flowers! It's been so gloomy here! I know just the spot where I would hang this beauty.

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  25. I love Pat's designs. Would love to win this one!

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  26. It's so hot and dry here in summer, I'd love to have some flowers to look at during the season. Thanks for the chance!

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  27. Coneflowers sing "summer" really loudly and the butterflies always harmonize. They're a guaranteed smile!

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  28. I think this is my favorite of the 4 patterns. I do however love all thinks Sloanie

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  29. Love, love, love coneflowers! One of my all time favorite flowers....and no one does them better than Pat Sloan.... That little snow the other night, and 65 tomorrow.... thinking I prefer the 65. :)

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  30. Coneflower's are so pretty! The way they turn their faces toward the sunshine is sweet, with their little petals bowing downward :)
    Purple in one of my favorites
    Looking forward to a spring full of flowers and sweet scents drifting in the air and pollen - whoa - not pollen in the air =- let's just keep that on the bee's toes :)
    But for now, my white miniature pansy's are happy enough for me
    Cathy Byrd

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  31. I love cornflowers. What a pretty pattern.

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  32. Looking forward to planting a garden at our new home in CA. Thanks for the giveaway, I'd love to have some flowers inside also.

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  33. I do have a garden and I try to grow all sorts of vegetables. Potatoes, carrots and lettuce are the most successful.

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  34. I am in need of some spring color at the moment. I live in Alaska where it is white, and more white at the moment and more is predicted for tonight. I love Pat's patterns and would love to win one.

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  35. Pat's patterns make me think I can even "smell" spring!

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  36. I love growning cone flowers in the summer. I would love to make this quilt to remember them in the winter.

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