Tuesday, September 8, 2020

It's A Garden Party Row Along Day For My Guest Carolyn

Today is the start of a great row along, "It's A Garden Party", and I'm so lucky to play hostess for a guest today. Carolyn is sharing her special design and it is so sweet! Marian from Seams To Be Sew is the master hostess of this whole thing. Thanks, Marian!

Carolyn's "Highland Cow" measures 24" x 24" and is created using iron-on adhesive. Isn't he just the cutest! Carolyn has several car patterns for the Row by Row license plates and enjoys making original collages that mainly include animals.

Highland Cow


You can find Carolyn's pattern HERE. You do not need a Dropbox account to download the pattern. 

Be sure to check out all the amazing blocks and rows!

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There's a giveaway, too!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Electric Quilt (https://www.electricquilt.com) is offering a 20% discount code off any products except for EQ Academy during the row along. The coupon code is: GARDENPARTY20.

I'm so glad you stopped by!

79 comments:

  1. Thank you Carolyn for the lovely cow pattern you are sharing with us - love it.
    Also, thank you Carol for hosting Carolyn.

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  2. Love this cow. It's much more cute than the ones I am used to see. Thanks for sharing your pattern. Heleen Pinkster

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  3. Great cow! Such a neat pattern! And yes I try to read the rules!

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  4. What a cute addition to the garden quilt! Thank you!

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  5. Thanks for the Highland Cow pattern! One of my sons showed them at our county fair one year.

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  6. I live on a farm but do not have a highland cow....but I will as soon as I stitch this one up! What an adorable pattern...thanks so much. This Row-A-Long looks to be a lot of fun. The giveaway prize of the LED lights is phenomenal! Fingers are crossed!!!!

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  7. Such a cool cow, and the flowers on the top just darling. A great way to show off a garden theme. Thank you Carolyn for having fun with us this year in the row along and my dear friend Carol who is always there to help with hosting non-bloggers so they to can participate.

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  8. He’s adorable, Carol. It makes me want to visit Switzerland for the cow parade.

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  9. I never knew a cow could be this cute! Thank you Carolyn!

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  10. Awesome cow. Thanks Carolyn for the block. I love these blocks.

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  11. Cute Cow!! Thanks for sharing your talents.

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  12. Love your cow! I did read the rules, thank you!

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  13. Love this pattern! Thanks for sharing

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  14. I LOVE this cow! Great job! Thanks for hosting, Carol!

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  15. I love that cow! There were cows near the local public grade school, when I was young and I loved visiting them. This reminds me of the beauty in those creatures.

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  16. Thank you for acting as host. Oh, this is so cute! Thank you for the pattern.

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  17. What an awesome cow!!!! This is so fun. So excited for another year of the row along. (yes, I read the rules :) )

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  18. That cow is so cute. Thank you very much

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  19. What an awesome block! I really love it, it's so unique! (and yes to the question about the rules!)

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  20. Such a beautiful block, I can't remember seeing such a flowery highland. I'm feeling incredibly spoiled - thank you for sharing your talents, Carolyn, and thanks to Carol, too.

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  21. Many Thanks to both Caroline & Carol - such an amazing cow!

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  22. Oh, this is so adorable, Carolyn! Thank you.

    Yes, I read the giveaway rules when they were first posted.

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  23. Thanks for hosting Carolyn and her amazing block. Wow!
    Yes, I read the rules. :)

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  24. I read some of the rules and know that their may be shipping charges with some of the prizes. Thank you for a lovely pattern.

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  25. Oh what an adorable creature. Have never seen a cow like this.

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  26. Carolyn - Thank you for the wonderful pattern!

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  27. Thanks for hosting the adorable cow!

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  28. Now that is one fancy cow with her floral wreath!

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  29. Caroline, i adore Highland cows, yours is adorable. Thank you!

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  30. Oops, forgot! If course I read the rules and I'd be delighted to pay shipping!

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  31. Cute cow! Yes, I read the rules. Thanks!

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  32. Love your cow. I assume it is a she since she is a "cow." She looks lovely with her flowers and is very well adorned for the Garden Party. Yes, I read the rules. Nancy A: SewingGranda@gmail.com

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  33. I did read the rules :) your cow is amazing!!

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  34. I love the cow! I cant wait to try this pattern. Thanks

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  35. I’ve always enjoyed photos of highland cows. Now I can put one on a quilt! Thanks you.

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  36. I Love it. Great Design Thank you
    Elizabeth, Silverdale, WA

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  37. This is awesome! Thank you so much!

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  38. Yes, I read Marian's rules. She is very detailed, which is good. I am one of the "winners" whose fq bundle never arrived. I wish I had thought to add insurance--now no one will make that mistake unwittingly, thanks to Marian's attention to detail.

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  39. Thanks for such a beautiful block. Yes I read everything given before I start any project.

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  40. a cow and beetles and snails... such a creative row along

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  41. Thanks for the amazing cow. Not sure if I have seen such a cow as this before.

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  42. What a fun cow!! This is so ice of you to do !! Thank you

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  43. Thank you for the pattern, love the cow he is so cute!

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  44. Fabulous cow. Yes I read the rules.

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  45. love your Highland cow. I play the bagpipes and always wanted one, but hubby said no, no more animals ;). I'll have to make several for my own herd! Thanks. Janet S.

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  46. love your Highland cow. I play the bagpipes and always wanted one, but hubby said no, no more animals ;). I'll have to make several for my own herd! Thanks. Janet S.

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  47. No, I didn't read them but I will go do that now!

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  48. Love your Highland Cow...soooo cute! lol Yes..did read the rules..and thanks for chance to win the Give-a-way too

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  49. Thanks, Carolyn for that adorable 'cow'! Thank, too, for sharing with us all; that's the best. Carol, how nice of you to help out. :)

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  50. Thank you. Aril for hosting Carolyn and her sweet cow! It’s so delightful!
    Yes I read the rules 😉

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  51. Great cow and yes I read all the rules.

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  52. What a great pattern! Thanks so much for all the hard work designing it. However I cannot figure out how to download it in pdf without creating a dropbox account. Carol McWhorter

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  53. Holy cow...is he or I guess I should say "SHE" just the cutest little cow on the block! LOL!! LOVE IT!

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  54. Love the cow!!! My neighbor has Scottish Highlands, we have black angus/herefords. Your block made me giggle. I think I must turn it into a 'welcome' mini quilt for a spontaneous Christmas present. Thank you!!!

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  55. Another great quilted art work! You are an inspiration.

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  56. I did read the rules. Your design is very unique--Thanks very much!

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  57. Love your Cow, he will be my favorite. Love to Collage but not very good at it, but will keep trying.. . Thank you so much.

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  58. Thank you for sharing your lovely cow!

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  59. I read the rukes - this cow is the cutest! thanks so much!!

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  60. I love the cow design. The people up the road from us have 2 Highland cows that they keep as pets. They wander in front of the house and seem very content. Thanks for sharing the design.

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  61. Your cow is so beautiful. Yes, I did read the rules.

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  62. It is lovely of you to host this cow post for her! How can you not look at this cow and beam with joy!

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  63. Oh my goodness! Thank you for taking me back to my childhood. This reminds me of happy days watching Pepe' LePeu cartoons! Such a cute block. Thanks so much for your hard work and time creating this and sharing it with us.
    Carol McWhorter
    I have read rules and shipping rules.

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  64. Your cow is so cute. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  65. I love this! Sooo cute! Such a great block.

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  66. This cow is the cutest. Thank you Carol and Carolyn for teaming up to bring us this pattern, much appreciated.

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