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After posting yesterday's blogpost about Ava's Winter Flurries this is what happened in my little corner of Virginia...

So I'm gonna hurry and post todays GIVEAWAY in hops that it helps turn the weather around..

Amelia's Spring Delight

I just have a few words....COME ON SPRING!!!!!

And now the announcement you've all been waiting for...the winner of yesterday's pattern...

I love give aways and I love Pat! I have never made any of her designs, but am totally addicted to her blog & FB! CROSSING MY QUILTING FINGERS!
 Kath if you will send me your mailing address I'll get your pattern in the mail.

See how easy it is to win...so again, just leave me a comment on today's post to be entered to win Amelia's Spring Delight and yes this one is also signed by Pat...

Until Next Time
Be Creative
Kelly Ann

Comments

  1. Congratulations to Kath. She and I could be friends since we both enjoy Pat Slone's creations. BTW, Jaclyn and I figured out that it was at your store that I began my collection of her fabrics long ago. LOL They work well with the Swirly Girl patterns.

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  2. Nothing like following after my mom! We've got to win this one. Look at those batik borders! Here's to try number 2! Thanks for the giveaways Kelly Ann!

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  3. The flurries yesterday were really pretty to look at ... until conspired and began to stick. We ended up with about an inch of snow on the cars. Thankfully, it's almost gone now.

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  4. Winter Flurries is my pick from here in New England....snow forcast for Thursday!

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  5. I live in southern New Mexico. I dream of winter weather. We had a white christmas this year! This is my year to be a winner! Thanks for the chance.

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  6. I love this pattern. The bird is so cute!Thanks so much!

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  7. It has actually been spring-like in Iowa for the whole winter mostly! I'm afraid we're in for some snow! I love the spring pattern!

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  8. We've had just a few days with snow on the ground here in central New York, compared to winters that can start around Halloween and end in April. So, even tho we've had so little winter, Christmas has passed and I'm READY FOR SPRING!! This pattern would really help me get thru the winter I know is still to come!! Thanks!

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  9. I live in Eastern Canada and we have snow, and more snow. weather is good for quilting

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  10. I love the first signs of spring especially after a harsh winter and I love what Pat has done with her creative abilities in designing these cute patterns. They are all adorable=)

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  11. Enjoying a sunny but cold day in Western Canada but can't wait for the blooms of spring to start poking their heads out of the garden. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  12. My spring/summer garden in Illinois is a battle between me, the rabbits and the squirrels!

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  13. I LOVE Pat Sloan patterns. Here in Nebraska we have had only one snowstorm all year........way different than a couple yrs ago. It's up in the 50's again today here........shorts weather!

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  14. I love Pats Patterns. They are very easy to follow and beautiful

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  15. Giveaways are great! I enter every giveaway I come across and I know one day, my number will come up. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  16. I would love to win one of Pat's patterns, and I love anything to do with gardens. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. i want it!!! i love her patterns

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  18. I would love to win this pattern or any of Pat's patterns!

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  19. Come on spring. I love Pat's art...

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  20. Horray for Kath in Ohio! Once she makes one Pat she'll be hooked, love her!

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  21. I just *love* these patterns!

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  22. I love Amelia's Spring Delight.

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  23. 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.

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  24. On this wintery day a breath of spring is most welcome. Pat's patterns are so adorable. She is the Queen of Cute! :)

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  25. I love this pattern! I can't wait for Spring! But if you have this pattern you can add a little Spring to your house anytime!

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  26. Even here in Austin, we are enjoying a bit of cold winter weather (well, cold for us!)... But I can't wait to see my Daffodils and Redbuds - harbinger's of spring...

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  27. I can't wait for Spring. Today was beautiful after days and days of grey skies and rain. Thanks for a chance to win a great giveaway

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  28. Hopefully that's all the snow we will get, come on spring!!! Thinking Spring Pat!!! Love it! Donna :)

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  29. Spring will be awesome - I saw about 17 robins today - they may not have left Nebraska because of the "mild" winter we've had. Usually, February, March and April can mean blizzards. But they don't last long!! Thanks.

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  30. This pattern is so cute. I would love to win it. It was in the 70's here this past weekend, but a cool front is on its way this week. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. Flowers and nesting birds are reminders of spring, for sure. Such a cute pattern!

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  32. I really want to make these wall hangings. Pat is so creative.

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  33. Thank you for the opportunity to win Amelia's Spring Delight! Oh so cute pattern and it reminds me of my front yard when all the beautiful birds are feeding at the feeders and checking out the bird houses. It is so delightful!

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  34. Spring will be here before we know it. But there is still time to make this wall hanging before we get there.

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  35. Amelia's Spring Delight is such a cute pattern!! Can't wait to make it

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  36. Thanks for an opportunity to win Pat's patterns. I am so excited about these are gardens and flowers are my favorite subject matter and I just love Pat!

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  37. Those are all gorgeous designs. We really haven't had winter yet up here in Philadelphia, but okay, Spring is okay too...lol. I really like Aurelia's Spring Delight!

    hugz
    Pam

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  38. Pat is the best I would love to have her patterns I just love to see what she is up to and her new stuff.

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  39. Pat has us all "a-twitter" and I don't mean the networking way but the quilty way! :)

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  40. I really love pats beautiful work. I would like sprng

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  41. Pat has the birds singing, the bees buzzing and the flowers opening so it is spring,,,tho' love summer and the naive joy of autumn & winter.

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  42. I love this one! Well, I love all of these four patterns... ;-)) I would be sooo delighted to win!
    Hope this post bring you the nice weather you were expecting!!

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  43. Thanx for playing with Pat! It was a great way for me to get introduced to you on FB and your fun blog!

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  44. I'm living in the Netherlands, we have only rain here, no snow. I love the spring too. Lovely patterns

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