Monday, August 13, 2012

1st Day of Bowls With Borders AND My Bowls!


Bowls With Borders hosted by....
....drum roll, please....
ME!

We ended up with over 160 people from all over
the world participating in this blog hop.
Isn't that amazing!

This is my first time hosting and I'm loving it THANKS to Madame Samm at Sew We Quilt and her guidance, support and positive encouragement. It was a little challenging for me with the different languages involved and I learned that when "Bowls With Borders" is translated to German from English in Google Translate it reads "Bowls With Limitations." There are definitely no limitations going on here as you will see over the next two weeks. A big thanks to those of you who were understanding and kind about my Google-translated emails! Check out That Other Blog to learn more about Regina Grewe who so kindly gave us the bowl pattern for this hop.

AND now it's my turn to show you
MY BOWLS!
There was something about this cute bowl pattern that made me want to stack those bowls higher and higher just to see how far I could go, but I controlled myself and kept them at a reasonable amount...sort of.

MY SPOOKY BOWLS
(I found the ghost at http://piecebynumber.com)
 
MY NANA'S BOWLS
These fabrics reminded me of colors that were in my grandmother's kitchen 
I added some little pockets on the back so I can hang it or use it as a runner.
MY TULIP BOWLS
I love this fabric! It is Riley Blake's Lost and Found fabric which is sort of vintage looking like me.
The paper pieced tulip is from Charise Creates "Hello Spring" pattern
(just minus the flower pot) and I enlarged it to fit my bowls. 

My head was spinning with ideas for the bowls, but I limited it to just three projects.
Whoops! Make that four....I couldn't stop the bowls
from entering my head.......so....
JUST ONE MORE

The front of my Laurel Burch table topper
The back of it

Enough about me....let the hopping begin!

Be sure to check back everyday to see who's posting their fabulous bowls on their blog or on the cute blog Madame Samm set-up especially for those without blogs.

August 13th
The little glitch was fixed--all links go
directly to the post on That Other Blog. Enjoy!


The House On The Side Of The Hill
Just Let Me Quilt---ME!
~
WAIT!
Did someone say "GIVEAWAY"?
No......but I'm saying it now. How about.......
A little bit of Ghastlie Fabrics?
(Not sure how much fabric is in this little bundle,
but it's all yours if you win)

This giveaway ends on Wednesday, August 29th, at 6 p.m. PST
and the winner will be announced soon after.
THERE'S ALWAYS RULES:
  1. Leave a short and sweet comment.
  2. Make sure I can contact you if you're a noreply blogger. Typing out your email address like this helps avoid spammers: iblog at aol dot com. If I can't contact you, you can't win.
  3. I'll mail the giveaway item anywhere if you win.
  4. Only ONE entry per person.
  5. Entries after 6 p.m. PST on August 29th will not be included in the giveaway.

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Mhairi said...

I love your bowls. Especially the ghost one. I think this would look fantastic on a table full of Halloween candy.
Thanks for sharing.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Congratulations on hosting such a huge Blog Hop! WOW!! Love all you fabric inspired bowls - sometimes that fabric just speaks to use, doesn't it? And thank you for such a generous give away - I love the Ghastlies.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Love your bowls!! Whoohoo! Thanks for being such a great hostess! Love the Ghastlies too. :-)

Lindsay said...

I love the colors on the "Nana's Bowls"! Great job on all of them, too!

Anne-Lise at Rag, Tag, Bobtail said...

Beautiful bowls - i do love the Laurel Burch one, so vibrant.

hueisei said...

Very very pretty! I loved the NaNa bowls.

Jeanneke said...

Love all the bowls!!

Melody said...

I love your bowls. Thank you for organizing this event -iit led me to try foundation piecing and I discovered its not as hard as ithought itt would be, in fact it's heaps of fun.Great giveaway pr

Melody said...

Naughty blogger cut me off. Great giveaway prize too.

Marga (MarPie) said...

They are great, love the "tulip bowls" the most. Maybe because I am from Holland.
Thanks for the give away.

Kind regards,
Marga♥

marpie49[at]gmail[dot]com

Rebeckah Austin said...

I am loving your Tulip Bowls!

Sophie said...

So many different versions made by the same person, how amazing!
sophie.a.robert at gmail dot com

Laura said...

I love all your bowls. Thank you again for organizing this for all of us

Amira Ameruddin said...

Oh my. I love them all. I love the Lost and Found Tulip the most! Great work Carol! And I can't thank you enough for cheering! Thank you..

Karen said...

I love how differnt each bowl project looks! Very creative :)

Martina said...

Oh wow, your bowls look fantastic and every creation has such a uniqu touch. Love them all, especially the tulipborders are so cute! Wonderful job!!!

Sew Surprising said...

Isnt it funny how one pattern can have so many amazing interpretations :) love the colours from your Grandmas kitchen:)

Pippa Parsons said...

I love all of them, making me feel bad that I haven't finished my small attempt yet, I really like the Burch one, thanks for being a great organiser and sorting it all out for us:) going to be such hopping fun

vogeline said...

I like the spooky bowls! Der kleine Quilt für den table topper ist super. Die Farben sind sehr gut gewählt.

Lesley said...

Yay for Clever Creative Carol! You have rolled out the bowls on a red carpet! Your quilts are gorgeous! I love the embellishments...from the ghost to the buttons. And that last one is so elegant! Very well done...hands clapping!

Linda Coleman said...

what beautiful quilts. love the colours and diffeent themes. great use of a fab pattern.

robin said...

The button embellishment on the bowls is really sweet!

Regina said...

Carol, your creations are so fancy and beautiful and creative - if i had to choose one I would have a hard time!
Thank you for hosting this huge blog hop.

Laura VanVleet said...

Your bowls ROCK, Carol! I especially love 'my nana's bowls' - the colors are beautiful! Thanks for being a part of this hop!

JoyceLM said...

Love your bowls - terrific table runners. Thanks for the chance to win.

charlotte said...

I love that you have different things coming out of your bowls Carol. I never would have thought of that. What a cute idea. I can't decide which one I like the best.

Fiesta said...

Your project is wonderful. Thank you for sharing today.

Debby said...

Carol. Wow! You really got carried away! You were busy, busy, busy and you have four beautiful results. And a Halloween runner/banner? Why not? Very creative and I am inspired. Isn't it fun to dig into a pile of fabrics and make something awesome with them! Thanks for sharing! (I can see I used more than enough exclamation points, but I couldn't help myself here.)

dortha said...

Love your bowl projects. Especially the Riley Blake one and the vintage looking one.

Sheila said...

Wow, it looks like you were having so much fun! Not sure which on of your set of bowls I like best, they are all beautiful. Thanks for being part of the hop.

Thearica said...

Well, you had me at My Tulip Bowls... and then your Laura Burch came in view!! hmmm... I want them both! hehe :)

They all are very pretty! Great job!

And thanks so much for hosting this blog hop! Wish I had seen it in time to participate!

I think I feel the need to make some bowls. :)

Connie said...

Beautiful work Carol, I think my favorite is the Laurel Burch table topper! Thanks so much for all the work and organization you are putting into this blog hop!

Beulah said...

WOW! Great bowls!!! Love the one dedicated to your grandmother.
sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

Joyce said...

beautiful job...I will have to buy that pattern!

tubakk said...

Your bowls are just fantastic! I love them, and have to try, and I'm glad I'm your follower, so I can come back whenever I like to. Thank your for the giveaway! tubakk@online.no

Georgette said...

Wow, these are amazing! Each one is so unique and lovely. I would love to try making some bowls after seeing what you have done with them. Thank you.
Thinkbox1 @ aol dot com

Renate said...

How lovely! You had so nice ideas playing with the bowls!
Renate

Abbigail said...

I ilike the ghostly bowls! So cute!

Anonymous said...

Love your bowls! Nana's bowls remind me of my grandma too. Thanks for hosting this blog hop. I can't wait to see everyone's creative projects.

Ursula

uschbear at gmail dot com

Gill said...

I love your bowls - especially the bright ones!
Thanks for a great giveaway!

Madame Samm said...

Good day sweet cheerleader YOU....I think I am gonna say...YOU BOWL MAKER EXTRAORDINAIRE ...lol Can we talk ? OMG...each one is absolutely amazing..you just rock you do...lol ok, let's see I really love the vintage one...it is absolutely striking not vintage as much as CLASSIC...it is classical, LIke I could drink my coffee and just look at the detail...YOUR bird in the bowl is amazing..colorful, it draws you in .. YOUR kitchen one did remind me of the 50's and those calendars t-towels we used to get..ok, not me personally..I was still a kid..but my nanny had these colours and those t-towels...
and and and YOUR Halloween one...well it stirred the spirits...ohhhhhhh , great fabric choices..all in all..a terrific showing considering you had all this to organize..ok, I have how many days to make a few more lol

Jeanie said...

You have done such a wonderful assortment of bowls! Love the ghost steam from the first bowls. Also adore Ghastlie fabric and would love this fabric. Thanks for the bowl inspiration and the giveaway!

krislovesfabric said...

Love all you projects, makes me wish I had had a go too! Thanks for the inspiration :)

piece peace said...

Your bowl projects are jut fantastic. You can tell you really have a connection with this pattern. Thank you for putting together this great blog hop. Day One has been so much fun already.

Margaret said...

I heart everything Halloween so your bowls are the bomb. Love the ghost popping out the top. Thanks for sharing your amazing talents with me.

Linda said...

Your bowls are amazing! Love the fabrics you used. Thanks

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

I love your bowls, especially the Tulip ones! Thanks for a chance to win.

Charlene S said...

So creative! You are definitely a great cheerleader - leading by example.

Teresa said...

What a great start to the hop. I especially love the table topper.

Debbie said...

Thanks for hosting a great hop. Love your bowls! The Halloween ones and the tulip are my favorites.

Emily C said...

I adore your table topper. Such beautiful colors and such a pretty little bird.

Brenda said...

Love all the different bowl combinations you cam up with.

Heidi [Grizz-n-Dove] said...

Wow! Your bowls look great! I love the last one... So beautiful!

CraftyDeb said...

Wow! You have been busy! I really can't pick a favorite!

Cindy said...

Oh my goodness!!! What an awesome idea :) I love the bowls...and the different variations are totally inspiring! Thanks for hosting such a great hop!

Patty said...

Everyone has done a great job in todays hop. I just wish I wasn't so scared of paper piecing.One question...why didn't anyone make Ghastlies Bowls??

Carrie P. said...

Wow! Carol! what awesome bowl quilts you have made. I don't know which one I like best. Watch out! Nana's bowl are about to fall over! lol Love the buttons on the bowls.
what fun! thanks for a chance to win some fabric.
My bowls are up. Sorry for the mistake of not getting them up on time. I went back and realized I had an extra number in my time. UGH!

Cliodana said...

just beautiful! love the the halloween one, don't use table runner (kids always pushing it away!) but i think i'll use an halloween one! did i said it's beautiful, funny how one pattern can have so many differents looks! thank's for the chance to win ghastlie fabric have a little something i like!

Annie said...

Carol, your bowl stacks are quite fun. My fave of course is the Halloween stack. I love Halloween prints. The colors are so frightfully fun!

cherylj said...

Your bowls are so cute. I love all of your fabric choices!

Dolores said...

It appears as if you really liked the pattern. I love your variety.

Needled Mom said...

Your bowls loook fabulous. They are all so unique and delightful. Great job on the hosting of the hop too.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Oh wow Carol!! You did one fantastic job on your bowls. I don't know where you found the time for that many,bu they are beautiful!! I like them all; but the last one is really sweet.

BizyStitches said...

Oh my Gosh Carol, all of these are beautiful. But I'm very drawn to the Laurel Burch table topper one. Such bright colors. I'm glad they still make her fabrics. We are going to be very bizy hoppers to see all the bowls in the coming day. LOL Love the fabric you are giving away. Thanks

Karen ~ Briarside Lane said...

Love the variety, Carol... and especially your Tulip Bowls!
Thanks for the fun give-away!

patchouli moon studio said...

Such darling bowls. Cute giveaway fabrics too. Thanks for sahring and having a giveaway.

Donna said...

All of your bowls are gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway.

Dolly's Cupcakes said...

Carol so clever - bowls love them, who knew they would make such a cute refreshing quilt design.

Bonnie58 said...

Love the runners. They are great. So bright and cheery. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on the giveaway.

deborah said...

I love your 4th and SO VERY colorful project!! Stunning!
dbrightwell1960@gmail.com

Rita said...

i love your nana's bowls -- so sweet! and, that ghastlie fabric -- what mischievous bowls that would make!

aiah23 said...

OMG...I love your bowls! While I like Nana's bowls best for everyday, I REALLY like your Halloween bowls!!!

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

I knew it, you've blown me away! That's a lot of COOL bowls!!! I knew you'd do some good ones but WOW that's a lot of bowls, soooo pretty and cute! And you're right, this is fun......hopping around the world.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Carol, With all the work you had to do for this hop, I am blown away you had the time to make these beauties! LOVE the Halloween one, especially with the fun little ghost. Great fabrics!
Your Nana's reminds me of my Mom's Kitchen. She had a big black and white checked floor and aqua walls! Like the button touches.
Tulip, I love your background fabric and wow, I love color and you showed us that in your last bowl. That is just striking! Thank you Carol for all your hard work and for sharing your talent.

Pat (pnconverse at hotmail dot com) said...

The bowls are all adorable. My fave has to be the tulip bowls. Thanks for sharing.

Pauline said...

Wow! Go you! Great work, really, really nice, all of them! (is this short and sweet enough, I could go on if you like.....)

Chris said...

Yayyyy! Love your bowls, Carol. Your Nana and mine even had the same red kitchen step stool.... I spent many hours sitting on that stool while she baked family favorites.

rutigt said...

Very nice quilts! I like the Tulip bowles most, love the fabrics you´ve used.
Gun, Sweden
gun@lapp.se

Peggy H. said...

Beautiful bowls. Thanks for sharing, and for all your work putting the blog hop together. Would love to win some Ghastlies! hardman at utwire dot net

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Beautiful...just beautiful!!! Love your bowl!!! TFS

jen duncan said...

WOW Carol! I'm so glad mine's all done cuz if I saw these first I wouldn't have even wanted to try. Your's are FABULOUS! All this work PLUS hostessing. Your the bomb!

lynaeve said...

Thank you for the chance!

JanesQuilting said...

You do beautiful work, I love the one with the bird...such big bright colors. Thank you for Hosting and thank you for the chance to win the giveaway.

Farm Quilter said...

Love your bowls!!! The bowls from your grandmother's kitchen resemble some of the bowls in my kitchen!! Thank you for hosting the blog hop and for the chance to win the ghoulish fabric!!!

Ariane said...

I love, love your bowls!! Each wall hanging is beautiful!!

Fignie said...

I can't pick which set is the prettiest .... They are amazing!!!! Simply beautiful!!!
(Thanks for the chance at the give away - I've been looking at quilts made with this fabric ... so moi ... lol)

Judy B said...

Love all your bowls! If I could only pick one it would be the Laurel Burch table topper. I so love those hangers. Thanks for sharing and hosting and also for the great giveaway!

Anonymous said...

This is just the CUTEST fabric. All kinds of projects come to mind. Thanks for the givaway!
Tammy
tmabry at jnebk dot com

Nancy said...

What a great blog hop. I am loving all these bowls.

Nancy said...

What a great blog hop. I am loving all these bowls.

SpartanBabe said...

That Laurel Burch set is my favorite! Thanks for hosting :O)

AnnieOak Designs
spartanbabe.blogspot.com

Diana said...

Love the Laurel Birch bowls, so colorful. Thanks for the giveaway.
dianacarofano(at)gmail(dot)com

WoolenSails said...

I love your different bowl pieces, fun and artistic. I do have laurel burch fabrics, nice idea to use them like this for appliqués.

Debbie

Pierro said...

Your collection of creativity is wonderful!! I love them all!!
This is so fun!

~~~Rosemary B <3~~

carla (http://dancingmoon-carla.blogspot.com/) said...

Wow Carol!!!! All of your bowls are too sweet!!!! I love the Halloween colors and the one with colors like your grandmother had are my faves!!!!! hugs

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

Beautiful bowls. I really love the Laurel Burch and the gorgeous bird.
Thanks for hosting and organizing all of this. You and Madame Samm did a great job. Can hardly wait for the rest of the hop!

Kathy H said...

I love your bowls. This blog hop is so much fun. I thought your Halloween bowls were great and then I saw the cheery Grandma fabric bowls and then the other two. I just learned about those little triangles on the back to turn a table runner into a wall hanging. I need to remember to do them more often. Thanks for sharing your bowls. It really brightened my day.

Rosa said...

Wow.Love all your runner,spectacular,specially the bowls from your grandmother kitchen.Thanks for hosting and organizing!!

Mrs.Pickles said...

Wow Carol those creations are just AMAZING!!! You did such a great job!!!
Thanks for hosting :)

Jamie said...

I absolutely love your bowls. Especially the one with the buttons for accents.

ColorSlut said...

OMG - amazing work and so many of them. I'm just amazed. How large did you blow up the paper piecing for your pieces??

ducatirocketgirl@yahoo.com

linynp said...

Holy cow! Fabulous! Live the ghost but so hard they are all lovely!

Diane said...

Oh my! Wonderful work, and such an inspiration for me.

Rachael said...

How creatively cleaver! So very cute!

Rachael said...

How creatively cleaver! So very cute!

Julie in WA said...

Laurel Burch is one of my lifetime favorite designers, and your LB bowls are incredible! WOW!

Katherine said...

Oh, my goodness! You "bowled" me over, Carol. lol
Seriously gorgeous collection of bowls. Very inspiring!

Thanks so much for sharing and not only being a part of the hop, but being our lovely hostess.

♥Duff said...

HOnestly, cArol, I could not say which one is my favorite--they've all got that "special something" that makes me smile (a ghost, a button, text....)The energy is jumping off the screen!!

PegF said...

What fun! I've loved Regina's patterns forever; so nice to see them getting a wider audience!

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Oh my word....those are all just so lovely. This is a ball...or should I say a bowl...yes, I'm going bowling :)

Kelly

Sallie said...

Love the Laurel Burch table topper! Thanks for the giveaway!

Nancy in IN said...

Love the bowls and can't wait to try the pattern. Such fun. Hubby loves ice cream so will try something like that.
Thanks

mahoo said...

Love your bowls. That Laurel Burch fabric is incredible. Thanks for the chance to win.

Marla Nelson said...

These bowls are amazing. Love everyone of them. A very good turn out. marlaruthnelson@gmail.com

ninifee said...

Gleich so viele gestapelte Schälchen, da weiß man garnicht, welches der schönste Wandbehang ist- also: alle sind schön :-)))
LG,Gudrun

QuiltSwissy said...

Still trying to figure out this blog hop thing. Mi really love the bowls.
glen

MoeWest said...

Your projects are all very nice! I'm glad you didn't stop at three, because I just love the colourful Laurel Burch table topper. I also love that ghost. Thanks for being our cheerleader.

Linda said...

You've really been busy! They are all wonderful! Thank you for sharing with us!!!

Mike Pearson said...

Oh my! What lovely bowls :)

Pierro said...

RosemaryB here:
your bowls are just.... WOWIE adorable! I love all of the different styles. You have been super busy now haven't you! Well done well done
I love the spooky one, and I want Nana's bowls! I could snatch them right off of the page :-D
You are more than amazing dear!

Robin said...

Well, those bowls are just awesome! I especially love the halloween one. I had first thought I would do a spooky one also then changed my mind (as usual). Now you have changed it back. I will definitely be doing a halloween one now!!! BTW, love that fabric, it's so cool and creepy!

Diann said...

Congratulations, the Hop appears to be off to a wonderful start. I love your bowls, especially the Halloween ones.

Cathy Tomm said...

Thanks for a chance to win. I love the Halloween ghost bowls and the Nana's bowls.

Cindy said...

Seriously those are so cute! I love how you topped each stack with something different. Very cool.

Sheila said...

I loved your bowls , especially those inspired by your grandmothers bowls , thanks for hosting this fun event .

Corrie said...

Carol, They are fantastic. Love Nana's bowls. How fun!

Marcia W. said...

Thank you for hosting what will be 160 (?) blog visits of fun. I really liked the Halloween bowls with their borders, and the Burch bird mini is so dramatic. I've never owned any Ghastlies and think it would be fun to use, so please put my name in the hat. Good work!

evelyn said...

Wow! They get better and better. Great job hosting and quilting.

Annette said...

sew many differnet bowls and fabrics hard to chose a favorite. makes me think I have to make more...... maybe if I can find more time to sew.
in stitches

Cher in Victoria said...

the blog hops are so much fun and very inspiring to get on the wagon and make some bowls. Will have to revisit Regina site for the pattern. Love your site, cherylhutchinson aat telus dot net

Gmama Jane said...

I can't decide which color scheme is my favorite! Your Bowls were exceptional without a doubt!!
Blessings
Gmama Jane
Love that little Prudence and her trusty hammer!!LOL!

KatieQ said...

Congratulations on hosting such a huge blog hop. Your bowls are so much fun. I love the fabrics you chose and they are all so different.

Ruth Ann said...

Love all your bowls! I think my favorite is the one made in your Granny's kitchen colors. I have yellow teapot of my grandmother's and it has that same happy feel.

Quilter Kathy said...

Thanks for hosting us Carol! Love all your bowls, but I think Nana's bowls are my favorite because I love those colours!

Anonymous said...

I love you stack of bowls ... fun and enjoyable to look at : )
Sisca from geneleenloire at yahoo dot com

yenni said...

it's cute bowls...love it...^^

Tracey said...

I LOVE the Tulip one. It has some of my favorite colors. You are so talented in everything you do.

Wendy said...

Oh Carol! It looks as if you had way too much fun!!! I want to see the bowl that is knocked over on its side with milk and cheerios spilling from it {{hahahahahaha .... a challenge????}}} Seriously, Lady! You did an amazing job!!! Yay you! :)

Cath said...

Your bowls are superb! How can I get the pattern without committing to the blog hop?
Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

Frances said...

Love your ghost and the special memory for your grandmother and the colorful Burch design. Great start to the Bowls With Borders.

Cherry said...

Oh my word, I LOVE your bowl stacks! I adore the tulips and Nana's is sooo sweet! I'm sew inspired....thanks Ü

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Your bowls are so awesome! They all look good in all the different fabrics. What a neat hanger you sewed on the back. I have not seen just the corners done before. Pretty cool. Thanks for sharing all your projects with us.

Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win. I love the Ghastlies!

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Marilyn S said...

The bowls are so cute. The Ghastlies is the cutest line. Thanks.

prsd4tim2 said...

Carol - thanks for organizing the hop. Love all your bowl renditions!

Kimberly Cassie @ Quilty Doodads said...

Love, love, love the tulip bowls. They are my favorite flowers and your color choices were spot on! Beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway! Hard to believe Halloween is just around the corner.

Cindy Staub said...

Your bowls are beautiful! Love the Halloween bowls :)

Cattinka said...

Carol,
your bowls are so pretty, you made a great start of the challenge!
KATRIN W.

Zuzan said...

Wow - piles of bowls, all different what fun you have had. Congratulations and thank you for the giveaway.

sophie said...

Lots of inspiring ideas in your bowls ... and it lookalike you had lots of fun, too!

jatajomi said...

Wow, so many ideas ! I love them!
Greatings from Germany!

Brigitte said...

It's so much fun tos visit all this fabulous blogs and see the various interpretations of the bowl pattern from Regina Grewe.
Thank you for this great idea
hugs
Brigitte from Germany

Kathleen said...

I like the tulip bowl and the fabric that you used....very nice...thank you for the giveaway...I love the Ghastlies....

╰☆╮ Barb ╰☆╮ said...

S-w-e-e-t bowls!
haileybarb at gmail dot com

patchouli moon studio said...

Hi Carol. I made a comment yesterday, but I just wanted to let you know I am now a follower. Don't know why I didn't follow before now...probably because I can't keep track of who I am following?! Geesh!

Denise said...

Carol, I just love your oh-so-cute bowl quilts. You are quite creative. Your fabric choices are fabulous. Thanks for sharing your bowls...and for a chance to win the fun fabric bundle.

blessings, denise :D

Nancy Biggs said...

I didn't know anyone could be so creative with bowls! Yours are darling, and I especially love the Laurel Burch one. Thanks for the chance to win in your giveaway.

soozeedoozee said...

*S*W*E*E*T* bowls! soozeedoozee at yahoo dot com

Regina M. said...

Danke für die Möglichkeit hier mitzumachen, ich bin begeistert von den vielen verschiedenen Schüsseln. Vielen Dank für die Organisation. Leider kann ich kein Englisch.

Barbara Woods said...

love your bowls thanks

Jennifer Gail said...

I like all your bowls but spooky bowls made me giggle. thanks

Cecilia said...

All of your bowls are cute, but my favorite is your Nana's Bowls. I love the vintage feel.

Jay said...

I had to snort at your "vintage like me"! I believe I may adopt that! I'm loving this blog hop -- so much fun and I'm really enjoying meeting new people along the way. Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

Love your colourful bowls, all of them!
I knew genies come in bottles - now I learned ghosts come in bowls ;-)))
Iris, Koeln/Germany
driruhl at web dot de

Michelle said...

What a great collection of bowls!! It's like "Bowls for all Seasons"! Thanks for the chance at the Ghastlies giveaway.

Catskill Quilter said...

WOO HOO! I love all of the variations; it is always fun to see a pattern used in different fabrics.

Bobbie said...

Wow Wow Wow! I especially love the tulip! I Love tat "pretty" fabric! Thanks for being a great hostess with the mostess

Sue said...

I cannot believe how gorgeous all of your work is! I love the Nana bowls because it reminds me of my mother, who my kids called Nana.

tink's mom said...

They are all wonderful but I am so drawn to the spooky quilt, its wonderful.

Anita said...

Love all the different versions of bowls you did...hard to decide on which is my favorite :)

Nancy said...

You have a wonderful blog. Enjoy getting it every day. The vowls are great. Nancy P.

robin said...

congrats on such a GINORMOUS blog hop! All this creativity is inspiring to say the least!

Nini said...

I love your bowls!!! They are beautiful.
Greetings from Germany
Nicole

pinsandneedles said...

Your bowls are lovely! I especially like Nanna's bowls and the Riley Blake fabrics you used with your tulip bowls! Thanks for all your hard work in this blog hop.

Debbie said...

Love your bowls and the fabrics are wonderful
I dont' know if I'm a no-reply blogger oh well would love the fabs

Linda said...

I love the Ghastly fabric! I would love to make a "hanger". Love the Bowls you have all made!!!! They are incredible!

Sharon B said...

I love the TULIP bowl - I see Ghastly bowls in my future :)

Rebecca said...

I love your bowls. I think nana's are my favorite, with the added accents. I thought to use ribbonon some of mine and then forgot while I was in the process. Thanks for the chance to win and for hosting this fun hop. :)

Rebecca said...

I love your bowls. I think nana's are my favorite, with the added accents. I thought to use ribbonon some of mine and then forgot while I was in the process. Thanks for the chance to win and for hosting this fun hop. :)

sandyb said...

I love your bowls. They are so cute. I love the Tulip bowl. The ghastly fabric is cute as can be.

thank you

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Cherry's Prairie Primitives said...

You were super busy!! Loved all the bowls!!

Heleen Groot said...

Loved all the bowls. I'm amazed at all the different things coming out of this one pattern!

Penny from S.C. said...

All of your "bowls" are great. Thanks for sharing!

Nellie Duclos said...

Carol - Looks like "bowls" are addicting! Yours are so creative especially the Halloween one, but my favorite is the Laurel Burch. I have some of her creations myself: bird sweatshirt, earrings, cat earrings and I even made a cat "Tiles" quilt with her fabric, but you really "hit the mark" with your little quilt. Thanks for the inspiration.

isa13 said...

Your idea is great !!! All the bowls I have seen on the different blogs are amazing!!! Love them all.
Hugs from France

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

So many bowls and all are wonderful. My favorite is the tulip.

Aurea said...

Don't think I could choose, they are all so bright and catchy. Wonderful, I would like to have all of them.

Regina said...

You are during a great job hosting! I hope you are having as much fun as as I am following. The Ghasties are a sweet treat, thanks for holding the giveaway.

Jennifer said...

I love all your bowls, but the tulip ones are my favorite. I love the colors in it! Thanks for posting and also the giveaway!!

tpott said...

The Laurel Burch quilt Is beautiful. Love the Nana bowl runner and especially the little back pockets, great idea. LOVE LOVE LOVE The Ghastlies! (Who doesn't). ;-> Toni Anne

wanda said...

Love the bird on the bowls. Thanks

wandaspn@gmail.com

Quilt n Queen said...

Love all your bowls Carol...you definitely mastered paper piecing. 'My Nana's Bowls' is my favorite...love the colors and the name. I'm a Nana to 3 precious grandones....love those Ghastlies too!! Thanks for hosting the Bowls with Borders Blog Hop, fabulous job. Happy Friday and hope your weekend is 'wonderful'!!

Tinliz said...

Very SWEET bowls.

Margaret Andrews said...

What fun bowls...and a great hop. Finally got mine done so I can enjoy the rest!

drama85goddess said...

I really like the Spooky Bowls! Yea Ghastlies.
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Brenda said...

Oh Carol, What beautiful work you do! It would be just Ghastlie to win your fabric.

wanda said...

I love your bowls, I love the Halloween ones, maybe it is because it is coming up. Thanks for the giveaway.


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Michele said...

Oh my! I just love all your bowl projects. I don't think I can pick just one favorite. But the Halloween one sure cathces my attention. Thank you for sharing all your goodies and for hosting such a great blog hop. I'm enjoying each stop immensly.

Mimi said...

Love all your bowl creations!! Thanks for hosting this blog hop... I'm a little late checking into it but will backtrack all the fun and inspiration!!

gypsy rose said...

Really liking the tulip bowls. Very vintage looking. But a chance for the Ghastlies...Oh My! Yes! Sign me up. Thanks for the blog hop.
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Judy B said...

OOPS for got my EMail! jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net.

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