Monday, February 11, 2013

Hugs And Kisses To You From Me - My Day!

I just love all the hugs and kisses going on with
this blog hop. It's really getting me in the spirit
to celebrate Valentine's Day.

I've been missing my blog and all the blogs I follow because I've been sharing the love
with my sisters the last five days while we had a sister vacation in Las Vegas.
You'll get no details from me since "What Happens In Vegas, Stays In Vegas!"
Actually, there wasn't much excitement going on with us
old ladies, but we did have a great time eating, gambling,
and just catching up on sister stuff.

This is my Hugs and Kisses project, a small quilt with a sweet Valentine girl 
designed by Madame Samm (I just love her--the girl AND Madame Samm!) 
My quilt was inspired by a quilt I found at Richocet and Away! Mine's a little
different, but I loved what she did with her pattern.


THEN...

With my posting day quickly approaching, my sister sacrificed some of her party time 
out on the LV Strip to show me how to use the ruffler that I bought ages ago 
for my sewing machine, but could never figure out.
I love it and will certainly be using it again sometime.
Thanks, Linda!


Thanks to Jane for being the hostess and
of course, thanks to Madame Samm for
the inspiring idea to share the love.

There's a giveaway, too!
$20 from here
(that Jane lady is EVERYWHERE):

SILLY LITTLE RULES:
  1. Leave a short and sweet comment. 
  2. This one is important! Make sure I can contact you if you're a no-reply blogger. There are instructions on how to fix this on the sidebar of my blog. 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. If you are an OPEN ID person and leave a comment, leave an email address or I can't respond. 
  3. You don't have to be a Follower, but it's okay with me to have you follow me around. 
  4. Only ONE entry per person.
  5. I'll mail it anywhere.
  6. Giveaway ends at 6 p.m. PST on February 15thEntries after 6 p.m. PST on February 15th will not be included in the giveaway.
Now, off you go to get some hugs and kisses
from these lovely bloggers:

Tuesday February 12th


200 comments:

  1. I love the ruffled edge around your quilt....why don't we see more ruffled edges? Are they difficult to add? Do they add a lot of bulk to the edge of your quilt? Thanks for sharing...you've inspired me!

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  2. Oh my, Carol! That is sooooooo cute!

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  3. How adorable! I love the little girl and the quilt itself is awesome. I haven't figured out the ruffler on my machine either. Maybe I'll need some lessons! I like it with the ruffle!

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  4. The ruffle sure kicks that cute quilt ip a notch! Lucky for you to have such a knowledgeable sister.

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  5. What a sweet quilt - adirable stitchery - and the ruffle just really makes the whole thing come to a 'twirl'!!

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  6. I just finished a ruffle quilt--without a ruffle foot. I love that ruffle edge it really complements that sweet embroidery little girl. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. ENCANTOU!!Parabéns!
    Seguidora GFC e brasileira.


    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com




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  8. The little girl is so cute! Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

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  9. Carol, you are amazing! What a sweet quilt, love the little cutie and the ruffle! Thank you for sharing.

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  10. Guau! irse a Las Vegas para festejar con las hermanas.
    Eso es amor y cariño.

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  11. That quilt is just darling!!! The ruffle sets it off perfectly!!! Fantastic job! (aren't sisters wonderful?)

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  12. Wow, lovely quilt! I can feel the love. Sharyn:)

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  13. Really love your quilt, but the ruffled edge just puts it over the top! Love it 😃 I'm a follower

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  14. Very cute. I like the ruffle, it's just the perfect addition.

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  15. Your quilt is sew adorable. I love it and the ruffle is sew awesome.
    Thanks for sharing

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  16. Too cute, Carol !! Love the ruffled edge. It really adds a surprise element to quilt. That little valentine girl of Samm's are sew cute too! Am hoping she'll put them in a pattern or something!!

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  17. The ruffle is just the right finish for this lovely little quilt. What a great idea.

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  18. Embroidery! It's the centerpiece of your quilt. All it takes is a little practice. I love your edge finish too. Wish I had a sister to teach me how to use the ruffler. Wish I had a ruffler. Well done!

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  19. What a cute quilt! Love it and thanks for the chance to win!

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  20. Just lovely! And those ruffles! Cute!!!

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  21. Vegas is on my must visit list but it's a bit further for me to get to :) Love your quilt, I've got a valentines one with an embroidery but your ruffles make such a difference, great quilt.

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  22. Your quilt is adorable! I love your fabric choices and the embroidery block is so perfect in this quilt! You are one smart cookie! Thanks for the giveaway too!

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  23. Love the ruffle! Aren't sisters great? I have four!

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  24. Happy valentines day!!! Thanks for sharing your sweet quilt!

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  25. I love that quilt! The ruffled edge is the cherry on top. Thanks for the inspiration & a great giveaway too!

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  26. Very cute Carol. The ruffle really add something special too.

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  27. Your Valentine girl is adorable and the ruffled edge is perfect! Happy Valentines Day!

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  28. I've never thought to add a ruffle to a quilt however, it has certainly added the perfect touch to your quilt! :)

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  29. So adorable. I love the stitchery in it

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  30. You stole my heart with that red and white quilt. Just beautiful. Love the little embroidered girl in the "center".

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  31. what an adorable quilt! The stitchery is a wonderful centerpiece! Nice job!

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  32. Oh Carol this is so cute...you had me at the quilt but with the ruffle added it is so Shabby Chic thanks for sharing.

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  33. Thank you for the lovely giveaway!
    Your ruffles are so pretty! I have a ruffling foot for my serger and it doesn't seem to be very consistent. I think I need more practice or something.

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  34. Love the offset look to the quilt and how it draws your attention to the embroidered girl. Lovely work! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!

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  35. Cute project. I'm so envious that you got to take a sister vacation -- I would love to do that with my sisters!

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  36. Love your quilt - the ruffles are a wonderful addition. Thanks for sharing & thanks for the chance to win.

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  37. Love the ruffle on the quilt!

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign@ gmail .com

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  38. Aw how sweet your quilt is. Love the ruffled edge in red!

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  39. I just love your quilt and the ruffle edge fits so well with the embroidery of the sweet little girl, Fabulous!!

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  40. So cute! I follow you around. :)
    campbellamyd at gmail dot com

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  41. that ruffled edge is so sweet on this quilt. I recently used a similar pattern in a quilt that I may just showcase in my blog hop tomorrow.

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  42. This is so cute. Love the little girl.

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  43. Very pretty quilt. Love the little girl. Thanks for having a give away.

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  44. What Beautiful Quilt! Super Cute! Big *Hug* for your wonderful Stitching!

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  45. Awwww...your little girl with the candy box is so cute! And congratulations on learning how to use the ruffler!

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  46. The ruffle around the quilt is such a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  47. I have a ruffler that I have never conquered - may have to give that a whirl again soon. Love your project :-)

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  48. Oh my goodness!! That is just the cutest! The ruffle WOWWW!!! Sweetness :)

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  49. Now this is one sweet quilt! I saw all that red at the bottom of your post and knew it was giveaway time.. Thought you might be giving away that beauty of a quilt. lol...


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  50. What a lovely quilt Carol!!!! Love that little ruffle; I've never used one....that is something to take care of, eh...lol Great work!!

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  51. Love the asymetry of the quilt with the sweet little girl at the bottom....and the ruffled edge frames it all so nicely. Great job!

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  52. WOW, I love this complete with bold red ruffles...which you did excellent...my goodness Carol this has most certainly been my fav creation of yours so far...and I have liked many of them

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  53. Adorable...love the stitchery block!

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  54. I love the cute little girl on your lovely quilt.

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  55. Sisters are the best!

    getting to spend some time with your sisters is worth a little blog break ;)

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  56. That quilt is beautiful. Have fun with your sister.

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  57. that is such a sweet quilt. Great ruffle. It keeps that girly theme going to the bitter ends.

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  58. Good morning to you. Love the Valentines quilt you made. The little embroidered girl is absolutely adorable. I am allready a follower of your blog. I wish I could get away with my sisters. That has got to be an amazeing trip. Thank youf ro the chance to enter your giveaway. conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  59. Such a cute quilt, really love the ruffle, thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. Sew cute! Love the embroidery. Thanks for sharing.

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  61. What a beautiful quilt, I love the ruffles

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  62. Rosemary B here:
    This Valentine quilt is Sweeeeeeet
    I love the embroidery little girl in it too. This is a beauty. I love the ruffles. I love the pic of you and your sister. Your sister is smart and lovely to help you get that ruffling right. I have one of those gadgets for my old Singer, they are amazing
    Thank you for sharing your project and your sister, and for NOT sharing what you did in Las Vegas. I would have had to cover my eyes!

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  63. What a pretty quilt! The ruffle does add a lot to it. Great job!

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  64. that quilt is very pretty, love the little girl on it. thank's for sharing and the chance to win!. nice week to you and happy valentin's day

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  65. A sister trip to Vegas sounds like a lot of fun!

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  66. I'm loving the ruffle edge too! The fabric almost looks like velvet, is it? And Madame Samms little girls are always so cute.

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  67. Love the quilt. Brings back memories from my youth.
    tvbart@charter.net

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  68. Love the layout of your quilt. Beautiful stitchery too! Thanks!

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  69. Oh that's just lovely! Those ruffles are the perfect way to display that darling girl! You did a wonderful job.

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  70. Lovely quilt with the ruffle! Thanks for opportunity.

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  71. Beautiful quilt! I have one of those ruffle attachments, too! AND I've never used it - couldn't figure it out! How about a tut!! lol Thanks for sharing and for your generosity!

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  72. I just love your red ruffle. That is so neat and really makes your quilt stand out. I am in the shopping mood and hope to win your $20.00 gift certificate. Thank you for giving all of your followers a chance to win. Happy Valentine's Day to you.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  73. Love the ruffles. I don't remember where my ruffler is... Time to organize

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  74. That little girl is very sweet and what a great idea to use the ruffle. Super cute.

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  75. Happy Valentine's Day!! Love the off set Valentine Gal and the ruffle makes it complete! Thanks for the chance to win your wonderful giveaway.

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  76. Why am I not surprised that this is just the cutest?? Well done!

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  77. This makes me want to buy the ruffler foot for BOTH of my machines! Love this quilt!

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  78. Beautiful quilt and the little embroidered girl is the perfect focus point! Love the ruffles!

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  79. Way too cute. Those ruffles are the perfect touch! Any plans on sharing what happened in Vegas??? LOL!!

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  80. So cute!Aren't ruffles just wonderful! Makes life much easier.

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  81. Beautiful quilt. I just adore the little girl.Thanks for sharing and for the great giveaway.

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  82. Just love...love...love your quilt....and what a great
    giveaway....

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  83. Your quilt is just lovely!
    I have a ruffler foot,, and have not ever used it yet, too! You inspired me to give it a go!!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  84. Love, Love that quilt. the added ruffle is so sweet. thanks for sharing. I am a follower.

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  85. Love your ruffled quilt, so cute! I love the embroidered girl most of all.

    Fawn

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  86. Wow!!!! I just love your quilt. You did a wonderful job... Thanks for being part of the hop.

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  87. what a lovely project, the ruffle is perfect! How lucky you are to have a sister that sews...

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  88. Carol what a wonderful quilt! but honestly I'm so jealous of your sister time....my sister and I are absurdly close and cherish every moment we can be together so I know what that time meant to you. blessings, marlene

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  89. The quilt is beautiful, and the ruffle is a perfect finish! Love it. Sister vacations are the best, glad you had the chance for so much fun! :)

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  90. Wow! This is wonderful. Terrific pattern and fabrics. The ruffle...just perfect and your stitching of Mdm Samm's little girl is outstanding! Congrats on being one of the chosen.

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  91. Carol-Your little quilt is very cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  92. What a great creation. Love the colour choices and the ruffles adds a special affect. Keep Smiling!

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  93. Oh Carol, This is so beautiful. I love the colors, the fabric, the quilting, and the Wee Tot is just adorable. You always inspire me.
    Vegas, now that is a fun sister time. I won't ask!

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  94. Very cute quilt, love the ruffles.

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  95. This quilt is so cute with its pretty ruffled edge it makes me light headed. It is just adorable.

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  96. My oh my but your quilt is FANTASTIC!

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  97. The ruffler worked beautifully--what a sweet edge you have on that quilt!

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  98. Carol, if it is all possible you need to show us how to use aruffler. It looks great on the quilt. You know I am you stocker.

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  99. OOooohhh... love the ruffles! Now, come on over here and teach me how to ruffle like that, lol.
    Gorgeous!

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  100. I like the way you've offset your embroidered focal piece. Great quilt.

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  101. Super cute Carol...the wee girl is adorable, the ruffle makes a perfect edging. Happy stitching, Pauline

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  102. Carol ... this is just adorable! Thanks for sharing the original pattern link. Your stichery is sew cute! The ruffles are the perfect touch! I have done ruffles by hand but they have never looked as wonderful as these. I am going to have to look into a ruffling foot. Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  103. Your quilt is adorable and I love the ruffle good job.

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  104. I love the ruffle too!! Was it sewn between the top and bottom layer? May have to get one now!

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  105. Love it!!! What a neat way to use one block and highlight it!!! Will save this one for sure!

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  106. Oh, that little embroidered lady is too sweet and the ruffle just caps it...great project!

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  107. A ruffler foot is on my wish list - I would never have thought to use it for a quilt. Beautiful!

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  108. That ruffle is to die for!
    lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  109. Adorable! And, what fun to have a sister to visit in Vegas...

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  110. What a lovely quilt - and the ruffle was definitely a clever twist! VERY nice job!

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  111. Thanks soo much for sharing this cute little quilt. You guys are sooo talented! I love it
    Elizabeth, Silverdale, WA
    whistlebet57@yahoo.com

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  112. Thanks for linking to my HST baby quilt! I love how yours turned out!
    Best,
    Rikka J.
    Ricochet and Away!

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  113. very nice ruffled edge.. I think I may need to pick up one of those feet myself.

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  114. The ruffled edging is a sweet touch to little Valentine girl.

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  115. So cute. The ruffle on the edge makes it really special. Is that just an attachment/foot for your machine or is it a separate machine all together?

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  116. I love the ruffle finish on the quilt!

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  117. Hi Carol!! Wonderful!!! Love the way you did your quilt!!!! Love the Valentine girl and the colors you used!!! All very sweet!!!! Thank You

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  118. Your quilt is just too sweet! Thanks for sharing, I am inspired!

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  119. Very cute! I love it!
    gussek at hotmail dot com

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  120. That is so cute, love the design and the way you added the special touches.

    Debbie

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  121. Love the little girl and the ruffles

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  122. Very cute! Love it! Happy Valentine's Day.

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  123. Love your idea. And would love to win.

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  124. I'm growing a real love for vintage style embroidery and your project blended the two quite nicely! Loved hearing about your sister get-away! I have 2 sisters and sadly my oldest sister has Alzheimers. Spend as much time with your sisters as possible. My youngest sister is a true work-aholic and married to her job. I can't convince her that the church she works for will not fall down if she takes a week-end to get-away. I'm jealous of your sister get-away!!
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  125. Hi I found threw the hop- and love your blog-that quilt is just too sweet-love the ruffles. please enter me in your drawing too thanks Kathy

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  126. I love your quilt and most of all that it is off center! Thanks for all you do to motivate the quilting world.

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  127. Sweet! The ruffles make it all girly. I used a ruffler on my old Singer. I still have the attachment but the Singer died. They are fun to use.

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  128. I love the ruffle around the quilt.....very nice......

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  129. Love the ruffle. thanks for the chance to win.

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  130. What a ruffly quilt! carrie dot hare at gmail dot com

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  131. I love your quilt. It's adorable! And the ruffle is gorgeous!
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  132. Your quilt and the little girl are awesome! That ruffler foot is a wonderful tool. It's nice that you and your sisters get together...that is so important!. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway!

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  133. That is a really cute quilt, and I like the ruffled edge that you added. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  134. I love the addition of the stiched girl in your piece. Very cute!

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  135. Love the quilt!
    My ruffler has been gathering dust for awhile, I think it's high time I got it back out!

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  136. Beautiful embroidery..I love it! Nice job with the quilt!

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  137. TOO CUTE!
    Thanks for sharing a neat giveaway!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  138. this is truly adorable and just perfect in every way. Of course, Samm will be nuts over the ruffle along with her design. Thanks for this beauty. I am a devoted follower. Judy C in NC

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  139. Very cute quilt. It is always fun to spend time with sisters. You are very lucky. Thanks for sharing your picture.

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  140. Wow, this is awesome. I love the quilt pattern, the fabric and the sweet little girl. Your ruffle takes it up a whole nother notch! Congrats on a job well done. Glad you had some great sister time.

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  141. I really love how your quilt turned out especially the ruffle.

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  142. I love the layout of your quilt and the sweet little Valentine cutie is a special touch!

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  143. Ruffles & little girls do go together beautifully! Love it!
    mzlizzie at yahoo dot com

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  144. I love your quilt! I haven't seen ruffles used in a very long time...I smell a trend!

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  145. What a lovely quilt. The redwork little girl is so charming! Great job! I am a follower and enjoy your blog so much.
    Happy Valentines Day!
    cheers
    maggie
    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  146. That is just darling. Your stitching is so cute and it looks wonderful with the ruffle.

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  147. Carol, I love your quilt and the little M Samm girl is just sweet as can be. Love the ruffle! I bought a ruffler a couple of years ago and love using it. Congrats on being brave. :)

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  148. That is a very sweet little quilt. I am sure there is special little girl in your life who is going to love it!

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  149. Pretty quilt! I love the little girl too. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  150. Have never used a ruffler, might have to try. Love the quit. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  151. The ruffle adds the perfect "frilly, girly" touch to you project. Love it!

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  152. Great stichery and quilt! The ruffle is adds so much more to the quilt!

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  153. Love your quilt especially the ruffle.

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  154. WOW what a beautiful quilt. I love the ruffle. Thanks for sharing.

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  155. Adorable! You've really gotten into embroidery--with your heart I can tell.

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  156. Love the quilt and how you used that single embroidered square. Love the ruffles too.
    (supermomnocape at yahoo dot com)

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  157. This is a sweet quilt. The ruffle carries it beyond the ordinary. Greet idea!

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  158. I love your asymmetrical setting on this quilt!!! And your ruffles are adorable!!! Thanks for sharing your talents with us!!!

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  159. Aren't rufflers awesome?!!!! Great quilt. Thanks for sharing the Love with us!

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  160. Your quilt is fabulous! Love the ruffles. Thanks for sharing and having a great give away.

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  161. Cute quilt and the ruffles really sit it off. Aren't rufflers the best time savers,I love mine.

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  162. Oh, I love your block--your little girl is just too sweet--and the ruffle just sets it off!

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  163. I just love the way it set your quilt together.... I would never have thought of it. I'm a new follower.

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  164. What a fun ruffle! I may have to get me a ruffler- not a ruffler of feathers :)

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  165. Love the ruffle, I might try that!!and I like the color of the quilt. Thanks for the chance to win...bpfrimmer@yahoo.com

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  166. Fun quilt with ruffle and Valentine girl!

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  167. Pretty Sweet! I love the ruffle. I should try to figure out how to use mine too. haha

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  168. Pretty Sweet! I love the ruffle. I should try to figure out how to use mine too. haha

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  169. I love the little quilt. The ruffle makes it special. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  170. Great looking quilt! love the little girl!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  171. I love the sweetness in this quilt..ruffles, little girl, colors, and off-center framing. Someone will be a lucky Valentine!

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  172. Molasses. That's fairly short and sweet and good on bread with butter. :-)

    The ruffle on your quilt is cute.

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  173. I love the quilt with the ruffles. Thanks for the opportunity on the draw.
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  174. Hi Carol,
    I Love your quilt!!! It's so cute!!!!
    Greetings from Germany
    Nicole

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  175. I LOve quilt! It's so cute!!!
    Greetings from Germany
    Nicole

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  176. How cute!! I love quilts with embroidery and piecing or applique and piecing. Thanks for sharing.

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  177. Hugs and kisses is so cute.Love blog hops get to find sites I have not seen before.Thanks Becky
    derry04@yahoo.com

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  178. I am a follower. Thanks again Becky
    derry04@yahoo.com

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  179. Your quilt is truly adorable! Thanks for the chance to win! awolk at rogers dot com

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  180. I love the ruffled edge on your quilt. Most of the time I see the ruffled edging on pillows. I probably would know how to use that pressure foot either or even if I had one. Your quilt is very pretty. Thank you for sharing and also for the giveaway. My email is sandrag.aiken@gmail.com.

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  181. Love your quilt thanks for the giveaway

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  182. Wow, nice ruffling, got to get mine out again, it was so inspiring. Thanks for hopping with us all!

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  183. Such a lovely thing to share with us! Thank you.

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  184. What an adorable quilt! You, Madame, and your sister make a great team. Thanks for taking time to blog hop and inspire us. Rufflers are wonderful. I don't have one - I have a friend who has one. They sure make the ruffles very, very even. Sure is a lot easier that trying to pull basting stitches.

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  185. I LOVE your quilt! I love that you used Kissing Booth around the sweet embroidery! Just love it!!!

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  186. This is adorable! Thanks for sharing your talents with us.

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  187. Love your ruffles Carol! What a wonderful quilt...as usual for you!

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  188. I need your sister to show me how to use a ruffler too. I found a few feet that go with my Viking that have never seen daylight (hardly) and I have no clue!

    Love the quilt and the stitchery adds so much!

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  189. Your quilt is adorable! Especially love the ruffles... And the little girl.... I may need your sister to show me how to use the ruffled I bought in Houston last year, LOL! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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