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Falling Leaves

It seems like every winter the one season that I wish lasted just a bit longer was fall.  I love the colors of fall, the range of golds, yellows, reds and oranges really do put a smile on my face, to stand outside as the leaves are falling and seeing this...

throw in a pumpkin or two and you have ....
Nicole's Autumn Pumpkin Patch

Pat really captured fall in this fourth pattern in her series from Bigfork Bay Cotton Company.   And...yes this pattern is also signed by Pat.  So if you've not win in the last three days remember to leave me a comment..today could be your lucky day...

and speaking of lucky..yesterdays winner is... 
Mrs. DillyDally
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!

Please email me your address and I'll get your pattern in the mail...

Until Next Time
Be Creative
Kelly Ann

Comments

  1. YAY! For Mrs. DillyDally!!!! I love Fall too, the colors, the smells oh and my birthday! :)

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  2. You are one heck of a photographer, KA! Thanks for sharing them. And for the great set of patterns from Pat Sloan. They are way cute. Enjoy our 60 degree weather predicted for today!

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  3. My daughter's birthday is in Oct., so she loves Fall. I would love to win this kit and make it for her!

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  4. OMGosh Good Golly! I am sew excited! Thank you!

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  5. Loving the give a ways! So kind, plus a great way to see the new patterns that are available! Loving it!

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  6. Photography is a great way to design your own patterns. Either altering what you see and sewing it that way or matching the photo closely and sewing it. Some of my favorite litle quilts are from my photos of things at my feet or just down the trail.
    Pat Sloans patterns are lovely and I'd really like to try my hand at them.
    Thanks for the chance,
    Shari

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  7. Fall is my favorite time of the year! I adore the pumpkin pattern and would love to put it to good use. Thank you for the opportunity to win such a fab giveaway!

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  8. I love the patterns. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Brenda
    bdlopez@yahoo.com

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  9. These patterns are wonderful. Please include my name in the giveaway. Thanks, Christine

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  10. Sheila Kerr (skerr@frontiernet.net)January 12, 2012 at 5:27 PM

    Thank you for this opportunity. Please include my name in the giveaway.

    Have a great day!

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  11. I love these quirky houses. Please include my name in the givaway.

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  12. Stunning patterns...she does such an amazing job

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  13. I'd probably have to come in a take a class to figure out how make this pattern, but it sure is purty!

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  14. I, too, love the fall. The weather can still be warm during the day but the crisp evenings are magnificent! An outdoor fire pit, a good bottle of wine and a lightweight quilt or shawl is a great way to spend an evening. Growing up in the SF Bay Area, we never had a real "change of seasons" with the bright and beautiful colors we have here. Please include my name in the giveaway!

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  15. I love Fall. Nothing like a new sweater to make a girl feel great! thanks for a chance to win - laurie

    llsbaskets@comcast.net

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  16. Fall is my favorite season. What a beautiful pattern.

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  17. These designs are just so wonderful. I want to do them all!

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  18. well at least in VA our fall seems to last so much longer then it does in MI ;-) it's my favorite season also.

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  19. I love Fall, the colors, the pumpkins, mushrooms, acorns... Thank you for a chance to win that wonderful pattern!

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