Friday, November 8, 2013

Knockout Neutrals and BIG Giveaway!

Hello Everyone,

When my friend Pat Wys asked me to join in on her blog hop, I was truly delighted!  Pat of Silver Thimble Quilt Company has written her second book on neutrals and it is a beauty!

Have you ever tried to work with neutrals in your projects?  If not, this book might just give you the inspiration to give it a try.


The cover of her book is just beautiful.  Can't you just see curling up in that chair by the fire with that lovely quilt?  This quilt is called Road Trip and is actually one of my favorites in the book.  I will highlight it  below.


Many of you know how much I LOVE black and white and yes! they can act as neutrals.  Pat talks about the value of value in her book and points out what makes a neutral.  Funny thing is that I look at her Day and Night quilt and I would love to make up this design in so many different ways.  First with the black and white with little pops of color in various spots.  One other way, is to the whole quilt in bright, fun, and funky colors.  What do you think?


Here is Road Trip, the quilt on the cover.  I love this block and think it looks fantastic in the neutrals that she used.  This is another one, where the design can be utilized in so many different ways.


Arboretum is a phenomenal design.  I always loved the Tree of Life quilt block and the way that Pat designed this quilt around this block is just wonderful.  I love the variations in sizes and it does so well with the neutrals.

This book offers such a wide variety of patterns and designs.  Pat has simply pieced quilts and then challenges you with more intricate designs, and then has hand pieced blocks and appliqué as well.  She covers a broad spectrum of quilting in this book.

It is a MUST have in your quilting library!!

Oh and there is a GIVEAWAY too... 

To celebrate the release of this new book, Pat Wys is sponsoring an amazing giveaway.
One lucky winner will receive an autographed copy of "Knockout Neutrals", signed by Pat Wys, a spool of Aurifil thread (neutral of course) and a “Knockout Bundle” of 15 fat quarters ( 5 dark value, 5 medium value and 5 light value) to help kick start you make any project in this wonderful new book.
To enter, simply leave a comment on this post to share insights on your experience or interest in making quilts, or other projects, using neutrals!

If you haven't visited the other blogs and read their reviews of the books, you must go see them.  You can click on all the links below.

Monday November 4: Kathy Brown/The Teachers Pet
Tuesday November 5: Sew Cal Gal
Wednesday November 6: Pat Sloan/ The Voice of Quilting
Thursday November 7: Gail Pan/Gail Pan Designs
Friday November 8: Jackie Kunkel/Canton Village Quilt Works

Thank you, Pat for including me in this blog hop!  I LOVE your book!


Until Next Time...

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170 comments:

Judy H said...

never thought about a 'neutral' quilt, but would love to try one.

Jo said...

I have never really used neutrals in my sewing or quilting but after seeing the pictures from the book I really want to give it a try

Joni Everson said...

Stunning - I Love the neutrals !!

Fiesta said...

Jackie I have never made a quilt with just neutrals. This would be the first for me if I win.

Anita said...

I am using way too few neutral shades in my quilt. I need to build up my neutral stash to be able to create the stunning quilts portrayed in the book.
Fantastic quilts!

Lisa Marie said...

I think an all neutral quilt would make a great wedding gift because it can go with anything! I would love to make one!

sue viall said...

I do love neutral s,,,,and would lov to try one of your patterns,,,,,

Karen M said...

I have always loved neutrals. Not only as backgrounds, but as main features. Thanks so much for the chance to win this book.

My heart is here said...

I love neutrals :)I´m planning to quilt something for my friends baby and as I don´t know the gender yet neutrals are great!

Linda said...

I've always been a big fan of using many white or creams or whatever neutral I'm using in backgrounds. But I love the new modern quilts with all neutrals. The Tree of Life one especially speaks to me.

Margaret said...

Have never used just neutrals in a quilt but that
Arboretum quilt is gorgeous and I might give it a try.

Susan Smith said...

These are beautiful! With a husband and 5 sons, I'm sure I could put this book to good use making masculine looking quilts!

Donna said...

I love neutrals - especially in the beige/cream/ivory range. I've been collecting fabrics for a while now to make Pat's White Chocolate from her first book.

BCT said...

Love using neutrals with just a little pop of color...

Laura B said...

I'm starting to stock up on neutrals right now to make a quilt for a neutral couch.

Paula said...

I've not yet made a neutrals quilt but I have seen so many wonderful quilts in neutrals that I know it won't be too long before I do make one.

sherryberrybim said...

When looking at Pat's quilts, the neutrals seem so soothing to the soul. Would love to win her book.

Dana Gaffney said...

Normally I make bright quilts, but these quilts are beautiful! You've got me thinking about a new direction, thanks.

Karen Herman said...

Just made my first neutral quilt. My adult 30's kids love these colors.

Jane said...

Haven't made anything with exclusively neutrals yet, but maybe it's time. Thanks!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I've been collecting black whit and grey fabrics to make a quilt for ages - I just haven't found the 'right' pattern yet but I love those trees up there!!! Great inspiration!

stitchinpenny said...

Can you say great male quilt?

Mystica said...

I've never thought of doing a neutral quilt but when you think about it, it should be absolutely spectacular. Even the simplest design will be amazing.

quilt for fun said...

The quilts in this book are beautiful. I don't usually do neutrals but I'd love to try some of these.

Niki said...

I have never made a neutral quilt! So, I guess my advice would be to actually try one. :)

Patticakes Patricia Mishler Handmade said...

Really wanting to try one of these!

Kathryn said...

I love the x and cross quilt. I've swapped these blocks in colors, but the version in neutral is great.

MaryBeth said...

I absolutely Love the pine tree quilt - I think I've found my new leaders/enders project!!

kellsgal said...

I love the the road trip quilt. I have mostly used neutrals as backgrounds. It would be fun to stretch with an all neutral pallet.

Anya said...

I haven't used neutrals much, but it's on my "to do" list. Thanks for the chance!

Chris said...

It's nice to know that someone luvs brights as much as me!!! I always try to change pattern colors also...
Thanks for the chance to win Pat's new book!

diana said...

love all of them
Diana

InGa said...

Lovely, just lovely.
I made a small child quilt in neutrals, but not something like this. The Tree quilt is very beautiful.
Would love to win this book.

Sharon said...

I love neutral quilts. They go with any color scheme. I made a king size neutral for our bed and I love it.

Leiann said...

I find out through Facebook that my Aunt loves the quilt "Road Trip" and she does not quilt. I am going to have to get busy and surprise her! Can't wait to get started on it!
Thank you for a chance to win.

Linda said...

I love neutral colors too! They are perfect colors when making gifts, as they go with just about anyone's color schemes!

Anonymous said...

Oh I love all of these! Neutral is a calming way to go when I have color overload. Sometimes simple is better!

Sunnybec said...

I've never wanted to make a neutral quilt, never even thought about doing one, until I have seen the quilts in this book!! They are all so pretty. Thanks for the chance.

Becky Lomasney said...

How fun.would love to win this.

Margaret said...

I think these quilts are gorgoues in neutrals. I am adding this book to my Christmas wishlist. Thanks for sharing

bab5313 said...

I'm still trying to finish my first quilt, but I would be delighted to have some kind of insight into neutrals!

Jennifer said...

I love neutrals, especially in the Zakka style. This looks to be a "must have" book for using neutrals in bigger projects.

MaryBeth said...

I'd love to win this book. I'd certainly make the pine tree quilt. Love it!!

Lee said...

I adore all the neutrals and also would like to make that pine tree quilt! it is fabulous! thanks!

Exuberant Color said...

I enjoy the neutrals and have one quilt in mind to make this winter.

Michele T said...

I love the look of a neutral quilt and although I have never made one, it definitely is on my To Do list!! Thanks for this amazing giveaway... crossing my fingers ;-)

Mom2RyandSis said...

Love, love, love the Road Trip quilt!!!I have been collecting grey fabrics for a while now in the hopes of making a neutral quilt :) This book looks wonderful!! Thanks for the chance to win!

Tina O. said...

What a cool book. I have always wanted to make the Tree of Life and this book has the perfect pattern to do that. Thanks for the giveaway!

Joelle said...

A neutral quilt is on my bucket list which is quite long. Sigh.

pcquilter said...

I just loved Pat's first book! I like to translate her neutral quilts to the bright colors I use and think Road Trip would be great in lime and navy!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

That book looks awesome! I have a pretty good stash of Japanese Taupes, so I need to get a copy of tis book!

Sunshine said...

My experience in working with neutrals is very limited. We are beginning a donation quilt in neutrals, which I'm hoping will expand my knowledge of neutrals. But I would love to read what Pat has to say about value.

Anita in Florida said...

Never made a neutral quilt..just background for applique...great giveaway!

Pauline G said...

Would love this book - the idea of just using neutrals is so clever

Stephanie said...

I am all about Neutrals. I have a hard time branching out to brights. I am an earth tone neutral all the way! Great giveaway!!!

Jim said...

After reading about neutrals, its amazing to notice and see all the neutral fabric books. The simple yet beautiful shades and patterns that are available. Next project, neutrals. Great insight and idea!

Johanna said...

A neutrals quilt is going on my todo list!

SueJean said...

All of these quilts are beautiful. I would love to win this book and make my first neutral quilt. Thank-you for the opportunity.

Rosa said...

I love the the road trip quilt.I love use white with my dark fabrics.This book looks great!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

This book looks so awesome!! I have made two black and white quilts. I love using neutrals and am collecting beige, tans, and light browns for the next project. Which I hope will be out of Pat's new book :-)

Denise said...

I have always been a neutral type girl. I always use it whether sewing clothes, quilts, or any project. That allows me to inject other complimentary colors by use of different mediums!

cllcraft said...

The book looks wonderful! I've never thought to quilt with neutrals only, but this book makes quilts look so interesting, and visually appealing. I'd love to try one!

Teresa Stanulis said...

I'm another person who has never made a quilt with just neutrals. I think winning a copy of the book and the fabric would be a great reason to try something new!

tstanulis@mac.com

Lo said...

I'm really interested in using neutrals with one bit of vivid color. This book sounds awesome!

Wanda said...

This book inspires me to make a quilt using neutrals...LOVE it :)

Susan Paxton said...

I love the idea of quilting with neutrals..Her book is awesome!!

Regina said...

I haven't thought a lot about neutrals, but Pat's book has something for everyone. I love the applique patterns. Thanks for a chance at the give away.

Rebecca said...

I haven't made a neutral quilt, but would love to make one of these - just beautiful!

Tiffany said...

I love using neutrals in my quilts, but I've never made one using all neutrals. That Arboretum quilt looks amazing.

JoyceLM said...

I've been collecting neutral fabrics to make a neutral quilt. I think I may have enough now. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Paula said...

I am loving the idea of a neutral quilt. Love the quilts in the book. I want to make them all. Thanks for the chance to win the book.

Gene Black said...

I have never made a neutral quilt because I always gravitate to the bright colors when I am buying fabrics. I have Pat's first book and it is a delight.

Cynthia Meredith said...

I've made one quilt with Japanese taupes, but these designs look fabulous.

Kathy said...

I've not yet used neutrals, I thought. But after looking at this post, I think I do have a project somewhat started using what could be called neutrals. Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

Robyn said...

I am a huge fan of neutral fabrics. I tend to buy a lot of them. This would be a good way to use some up.

Mrs.Pickles said...

thank you for the chance to win. I have never tried to make a neutral only quilt.the book looks like it has some great options

Mary Ellen said...

I love the calming look and effect of neutral fabrics in quilts. Like you, though, I find it hard not to sneak in a bit of bright color somewhere!

Barbe said...

love neutrals, i am working with some now, it's amazing how many shades there are of biege. lol

Sharon said...

Haven't used neutrals much but would love to start. These quilts are so pretty.

bambi said...

Thanks for the great give-away and chance to win. I am drawn to neutrals lately but have yet to make a neutral quilt as I love riots of color (big Kaffe fan) and don't have a stash of neutrals. I would definitely choose the Arboretum for my first project from the book!
Bambi

Maxine said...

I've made quilts in just black and white with little bitty bursts of color and they look great. I haven't however tried a brown and white quilt. I love that tree of life quit.

J Perl said...

The quilt on the cover is stunning! I love neutals.

momentary lapse said...

I am all about neutrals in quilts. My quilts are definitely color shy :)

Linda said...

HI,I'VE NEVER DONE A 'NEUTRAL QUILT'! IT LOOKS LIKE SO MUCH FUN!
I'D LOVE TO WIN THIS GREAT GIVEAWAY!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

I've only made a few (about six) quilts so far and all have been bright colors. Winning this would be a perfect way to try out a neutral one. Thanks for the giveaway!

Teresa in Music City said...

I've been saving some neutrals for a special quilt for my son for quite a while now. He would love Road Trip!!! Thanks for joining the blog hop and offering the giveaway :*)

Cecilia said...

I've never made a quilt using only neutrals, but after seeing Pat's quilts, I think I need to. Thanks for the review and giveaway.

Susan C said...

I love working with neutrals, such a good exercise in working with value. Pats designs are wonderful and would also look great in brights and other colors, using her neutral palette as a value guide. I'm looking forward to getting this book.

Ali said...

I haven't actually made a quilt using neutrals...I started one back when I first started quilting, but I had no idea what I was doing so the HST's are still just sitting in a box. Thank you for the giveaway!

Anne said...

I've always loved neutral quilts but this book just says it all. I think it has to join my book collection!

Wendi said...

Making a quilt has been a lot like living life. Sometimes things work out just great and other times you have to rip things out. But by doing so valuable lessons are learned. Thanks for providing a little fabric for our lives.

JANET said...

I have two boys/men and hubby to quilt for so most of their quilts have been neutral quilts. The quilts are so soft and cuddly. I usually use plaid flannel for the back and they are so warm. The "colors" are so soothing and restful.

Cathi said...

I've not made a neutral quilt but after looking at the gorgeous quilts in this post, I think I absolutely have to! I love how peaceful and serene those quilts look, although I must admit I love your idea of throwing in a little splash of colour here and there in one of them too.

QuiltSue said...

I've been collecting neutrals for ages to make a quilt from Pat's first book, now I need even more cos I love the cover quilt on this book too.

Jeanne Gwin said...

I have been adding to my stash of neutrals just waiting on a time when I am not committed to soemthing else, the time is drawing near. I am excited about a chance to win this great book and that great "Knockout" Bundle. Thanks

quilter said...

can't find my comment, so going to try again, made a neutral quilt for my sister in law for Christmas

Vicki H said...

I think the neutral colors in a quilt are relaxing.

Gill said...

I love the black and white quilt - I'd love to make something similar!

Allison C said...

I love working with neutrals and just finished my first low volume quilt.

Catskill Quilter said...

I love these quilts! The black and white is my favorite!

Quiltsmiles said...

Yippee! I'm the lucky 100th comment! For neutrals I've always used a soft print to add visual stimulation for my quilts and projects and I find it hard to find the right neutral and will settle often. Thanks for the chance and the book review. JAne

Carol said...

I've never made a completely neutral quilt, but I've been collecting fabrics, including B&W, so I know one is in my future.

Barb said...

Neutral quilts seem to have an elegance to them. I think quilts and other home accessories made with neutrals make great gifts--they fit in just about anywhere.

Shauna said...

I love neutrals and this book just makes me want to make more quilts using them!!!!

Sharla Trueblood said...

I tend to go with bright colors, but this book makes me want to do a neutral quilt!!!!

Quilting Tangent said...

Never made a neutral quilt, but like the look of them.
24Tangent@gmail.com

goecker said...

My experience has certainly changed from when I started quilting when I was in my forties. I followed patterns, then went to a "grab and sew" technique with scraps and now it is more in the "modern quilting" stage. I really like the way the modern quilts look.

Sandy D said...

I just love Road Trip and I am surprised to have learned that these colors are Neutrals. This book is a must have to learn about Neutrals.

Emily C said...

I love neutrals. Currently working on a bed size quilt that uses neutrals as a contrast.

susieqwva said...

I love neutrals. One of the most beautiful quilts I have ever seen was all neutrals. Very elegant .....

Linda Fleming said...

This book has given me lots of ideas of how to use my small stash of neutral fabrics. Thank you!

Kathy said...

I love earth toned batiks and am really drawn to neutral color palettes on quilts these days. I made a baby quilt last year using neutral hand dyed fabrics and just loved it!

sandy said...

Never thought of using neutrals but after seeing all of Pat's "loveliness" I would love to give one a go.

Joan said...

I've never made a quilt using neutrals, but I'd love to try. Thanks for the giveaway.

Waytogojb said...

I've done one from a kit but would love to try it on my own.

Joan H. said...

I have made neutral quilts for my 2 grandsons when they were in college. They preferred the more quiet and relaxed look over bright colors. I would love to make another one for my husband, and this book would be a great first step.

selleck said...

It just isn't possible to have enough beige, neutral, or ecru. I love usig them. Thanks for the giveaway.

Beverly Miller said...

Love Pat and her new book. Here's hoping I win a copy.

ritainalaska said...

love my neutrals! I've cut them up and pieced them back together for background for my applique projects. what a way to go!

GO STARS! said...

I haven't made a quilt with strictly neutrals but this book and her first intrigue me. I definitely want to try to make one.

Shirleyquilts said...

Like most quilters, I haven't made a quilt with only neutrals, but your post is inspiring me, and I'd love to win Pat's book.

Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.com said...

I've never thought of making a whole quilt of neutrals, I often use neutrals as backgrounds for my quilt blocks. This book has given me a new concept to explore!

scottylover said...

I haven't made a quilt using neutrals, but would love to try it. I make a black & white quilt for hubby and that was a learning experience, so I bet the neutrals would be fun too!

Sandy A

Sylvia said...

I've never made an all-neutral quilt--it's a great idea!

Sharon Rotz said...

The neutrals make these quilt designs quite elegant. Looks like there are new quilts in my future.

Katie said...

I've never made a neutral quilt before but it would be great having one to tone down all the colorful quilts I'm making!

Jodi - usairdoll said...

WoW! The projects shown have blown me away! They are so gorgeous! Before this hop I only thought of neutrals as being beiges and tans. I love, love the gray and black being used all together as well. This book is on my wishlist for sure! Last year my LQS did a BOM using all neutrals, cremes to a dark browns. It is still a WIP but it's coming together so beautiful.

Thank you and Pat for a super generous giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Anita said...

I love using neutrals for quilts, either as backgrounds for appliqué or just to make certain blocks pop with color. Thanks for the giveaway :)

Lu said...

Pats book has sure peaked my interest in making a neutral colored project. Just love her talent, so eye catching.

Rachelle said...

Does charcoal count as a neutral? If that's the case I've used that as a background for a quilt, but never made one completely from neutrals

kbo said...

Haven't had the opportunity to create or work with just neutrals ....yet, hope to....maybe soon?

Judy MacLeod said...

It never occurred to me to make a whole quilt from neutrals. After seeing the quilts in this book, I want to try it!

Diana said...

I have never done a neutral quilt, but looking at these I may have to try one. Thanks for the review and the giveaway.

Michele BaDour said...

Every time I see the Tree of Life quilt, I want to jump right in to make it. Book first, then some serious stash shopping to bring multiple neutrals into the fold...:-)

Beth said...

The neutral quilts in this book remind me of beautiful tile floors, something that always sparks quilty inspiration for me.

Aggiequilter said...

I've used a lot of neutrals and mixed them for backgrounds but not for a whole quilt.
Pat's beautiful designs prove that neutrals are NOT boring at all!
Thanks for the chance to win!

kitty said...

I'm a coloraddict who needs a neutral quilt from time to time. Right now the White Labyrinth by Brigitte Heitland is on my to-do list and seeing the Arboretum quilt I've added this strong contestant to the list.

Karen said...

I am a fairly new quilter and have only made two quilts so far but I really love the looks of the neutral quilts you pictured. Beautiful! I will definitely try one someday.

qwilltr said...

I love neutrals but I rarely make a whole neutral quilt. If you saw my stash you'd wonder why. It's predominately neutral! It's on my list. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mary W Quilts said...

I'm working on an uneven nine patch quilt for a Christmas gift for my sister. I'm using Asian fabrics that were gifted to me from a friend. The pattern calls for neutrals , but I had ony a few fat quarters in my stash. So of course I had to shop for some. Now I try to pick up a yard or two when I see them. The quilts are beautiful . I would love to make Arbouretum.

Michele said...

I'm seeing more and more projects with neutrals and I just love them. I'm planning a couple of neutral projects myself, quilts for my brother and BIL. Thanks for the chance to win.

jagarland said...

Love your neutrals. I have your first book and would love this one also. You taught at our guild HCQG and my top came out great.
thanks
Joan

fran18 said...

A teacher once told me that if she judged a quilt show and she had two quilts, one with neutrals n one without, she would pick the one without. That neutrals had no place in quilts. That we could pick a small print that almost looked neutral. So since then I don't put neutrals in my quilts. But I have seen so many quilts lately with neutrals that I am rethinking this idea. I am wanting to buy some n get started. Hope I win.

Alicia said...

Love the quilt that is your favorite! I have EXACTLY the right fabric to use for a backing on that so wouldn't it be lovely to win the book & fabs??? YES!

Jayne said...

I love neutral, but haven't tackled one yet. I'm a little scared! I would love the book to conquer my fears!

Kristin said...

I'm always drawn to light yellow fabrics in my quilts, to balance out brighter colors. I think that's as neutral as I've gone yet though - would love to challenge myself with a neutral color scheme!

Muttmomkay said...

I have to make the tree of life quilt. I admit, I am into color, but that one is a must!

Swedish Scrapper said...

When I was a teenager, I bought a bunch of shirting fabrcis to make a skirts, and then when I was about 30 I sewed some of them into a quilt top (that has yet to be finished, I was very pregnant). Just last month, I Finally tried out some beige solids with some more neutral prints and a red polka dot--I'm in love with neutrals now!!

Mischelle said...

I've never thought to do a quilt in neutral colors. But those in her book are beautiful! I would love a chance to win this and make one. Thanks

Marsha Kestner said...

I have never made a quilt with neutrals but it would be fun to try! Thanks for the chance to win. marbkfly@yahoo.com

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

I think Pat can inspire all quilters to consider making a Neutral quilt ...even me who loves CoLoRS!

Smiles,
Kelly

Judy1522 said...

I have never made a quilt using all neutrals but seeing how beautiful they can be makes me want to make one. This is a book that I definitely want to own.

Sherill said...

I would love to try a neutral quilt. I have only used neutrals as backgrounds. This would be a new adventure!

De said...

Visiting as part of the blog hop! Love this book and thank you for another chance to win.

Julie said...

I love neutral quilts but have not gotten around to making one yet....definitely going to make one out of this book. Thanks

KMSC said...

Several years ago I stitched a neutral wedding quilt for friend because her fiancé did not like color. It turned out so pretty that I stitched one for myself and one for my daughter's host family when she studied abroad. They were fun to make.
Thanks for the giveaway!
k.castanette@hotmail.com

Glenna in TX said...

I love neutrals but never worked with them.

debbiekl said...

Very nice - I'd love to use neutrals to make a quilt for my bed. So far I've only worked on quilts for the kiddos which have all been brightly colored!

Willa said...

Coming to the quilting world from that of painting watercolors where I learned of 4 painterly components.
Shape
Value
Color
Texture
Importance in order shown. Value is very important and neutrals show it off well. Sometimes colors are harder to see value-wise.

andri. said...

Never thought about making a neutral quilt before...But that looks interesting

lindaofthelakes said...

I made a B and white quilt for myself that is currrnelty hanging in my living room (a work of art!) and another that was a very well received wedding gift. These quilts look great.

Lawton_linda (at) yahoo (dot) com

Deb said...

I recently used Little Black Dress fabric to make a black/tan/cream quilt, which is quite stunning. Thanks

KT said...

Depends on who the quilt is for. Some people neutrals just fit them, others like bright colors. I just love to make the quilts!!

krisgray said...

Wow - I love all the photos from this book that I've seen, but the adorable pillow definitely goes on my list. I love books that discuss color and value as those lessons can be used over and over on multiple projects.

MamaLynn said...

The arboretum quilt is gorgeous! Makes me want to start it tomorrow!!

Atlantalynn

Debbie P said...

What a terrific book!!! I am so looking forward to seeing it!!

PK Sews said...

I haven't made a neutral quilt, but these look so lovely that I have to try it! Thanks for the inspiration!

Jessica Young said...

Those neutral quilts are beautiful! I have not really experimented with neutrals quite yet. Add one more to my to make list!!

dortha said...

Some really beautiful quilts. Thanks for the pictures and chance to win.

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