Monday, June 10, 2013

Zakka Along 2.0 Patchwork Please : Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Towels : :

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Towels from Patchowrk Please!

Happy Monday everyone!! Today is my stop, project # two, on the Patchwork Please! Sew-Along -- a blog-hop sew along organized by Lindsey & Debbie, featuring a new project each Monday by a different blogger, from this amazing book authored by Ayumi Takahashi!

Patchwork Please!

It honestly was so hard to choose what I wanted to make to share here today, this book is full of wonderful projects! In the end I was assigned these adorable kitchen towels. The beautiful RK linens combined with the colorful scrappy applique and sweet details was a standout project in this book for me from my first look through! The reality is, if I'm not sewing, I'm usually in the kitchen, so putting these at the top of my list really was a must! 

Breafast, Lunch & Dinner Towels from Patchwork Please!!

In the materials list for this project, it's suggested by Ayumi to choose and assortment of threads to match the fabric you choose for your appliques. The day I first began prepping for this project I had laid out all the fabrics I planned to use, along with the copied and printed out letter and applique templates provided, and my threads. At first I thought I would just stick with a linen/white Aurifil thread for all the machine stitching, rather than do all the thread changes. However, once I started sewing I totally changed my mind, deciding to match my thread as closely as I could to the fabric scraps I had chosen. And I'm SO glad I did!! I really think all those colorful threads is a part of what makes this project both so quality and fun looking!

Breakfast Towel from Patchowrk Please!

Applique Details

Dinner Towel from Patchowrk Please!

Aren't they great?! They're hanging in my kitchen now on one of my vintage, wooden drying racks. I love them!!

Throughout each week of this sew-along there's a ton of wonderful prizes up for grabs, thanks to so many great sponsors, plus some serious prizes waiting at the very end for those of you who join us!!!

Here's a schedule of all the other participating bloggers! Together we'll be covering all the projects in the book, from June through the first week in October!

June 3: Penny | Sew Take a Hike :: Bell Pepper Coasters
June 10: Maureen | MC Handmade :: B,L,D Towels
June 17: Anna | Noodlehead :: Lettered Tea Cozy + Pouch
June 24: Angela | Cut to Pieces :: Polka Dot Cafe Apron
July 1: Lynne | Lily’s Quilts :: Diamond Patchwork Placemat
July 8: Lindsey | LRstitched :: Yum Yum Apple Bib
July 15: Sukie | Don’t Ya Know :: Dino-Mite Hat
July 22: Jennifer | Ellison Lane :: Book for Baby Quilt
July 29: Krista | Poppyprint :: My Scrappy Box
August 5: Kerry | Very Kerry Berry :: Swedish Bloom Time Quilt
August 12: Tamiko | Patchwork Notes :: You’ve Got Mail Wall Pocket
August 19: Monica | Happy Zombie :: Happy Hexagon Trivet
August 26: Krista | Spotted Stone Studio :: Piece of Cake Shopping Bag
Sept 2: Lori | Bee in My Bonnet :: Triangle Patchwork Box Pouch
Sept 9: Amy | During Quiet TIme :: Vintage Pencil Case
Sept 16: Svetlana | SOTAK Handmade :: I love My Ipad Quilted Cover
Sept 23: Amber | One Shabby Chick :: Handy Market Tote
Sept 30: Deb | A Quilter’s Table :: Sweet Trips Embroidery Pouch
Oct 7: Leila | Where the Orchids Grow :: Prettified Pincushion

Along with my version of these Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Towels, in celebration of the sew-along I get to host this bonus Giveaway today!! I'm offering my readers four sample packs of Aurifil thread, a special fabric gift from Form & Fabric, and a sample card of Pellon interfacing and batting!!

Aurifil GIveaway!!

Form & Fabric Bundle GIveaway!!

Pellon Sample + Batting GIveaway!!

Enter to win! 

Here's how,
 
Simply leave a comment here in this post! That's all and I'll pick the SIX lucky winners on Friday!!

     
For those of you joining in the sew-along don't forget -- there's also a Giveaway this week for linking up your finished project over on Lindsey's blog! Share your project by Sunday June, 16th and you'll have a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Form and Fabric, a bundle of fabric and pattern from the amazing Pat Bravo, and (1) package 805R Wonder Under from Pellon!!!
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Thank you to all who entered this special Giveaway!!

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From 662 entries, Mr. Random says the lucky winners are...

Aurifil Thread Winners!
 
   * Debbie  
* Lisa Mather *
* BizyStitches *
* Stephanie @ Quarter Incher *
   
Form & Fabric Gift Winner!

* WoolenSails *

Pellon Gift Winner! 

* Mama Said Sew * 

Congratulations!!! I will be in touch shortly!

628 comments:

  1. Firsties never win but I'm here now!
    Love the blog. x

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  2. Thanks for the heads up on this book. The projects look amazing.
    Great giveaway.

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  3. Great job on the towels! So cute. Thanks for yet another amazing giveaway! :)

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  4. Wow they look incredible - I totally agree about the threads (not sure I have the patience though!) it looks so neat!

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  5. Great tea towels! Love the finished look. But, uh oh, I might need more thread!

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  6. Love the towels and how you have hung them up. Thank you for hosting a great giveaway.

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  7. Aw I love these towels!! I really need to order that book - I would've never thought to use linen, but they look amazing! Thanks for the inspiration (I need to run out & get some linen :) )

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  8. How sweet for any kitchen....and made with L♥ve!

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  9. I love love love those towels, how sweet!

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  10. MaurenMaureen, thank you for the awesome giveaway. Those towels really rock!

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  11. Those towels are so cute. Very creative, great colors. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  12. They are brilliant towels but I love your drying rack equally! Shows them off perfectly (and thanks for a chance to win goodies!)

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  13. The projects from this book look really cute! Great giveaway, thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. They are so cute! Makes my tea towels look very boring in comparison!

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  15. I like the fabrics you used! Very nice!

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  16. These are great looking towels Maureen! Tell me, do you use them, or are they just for looks? The reason I'm wondering is I am wondering how well the linen works for soaking up messes ;) lol. Happy Birthday! I hope you have a great day today. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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    1. Linen works great for these towels! I have other linen towels, store-bought ones, that I use all the time. BUT these, these I'm hoping to keep as a decorative addition to our kitchen! Too much handmade love went into the making of them. :) I also think they would make an amazing Housewarming gift!!

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  17. Thanks for sharing!

    Thanks for the chance to win :-)

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  18. oh wow those towels look so cute, and i think i need such a rack too,

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  19. These are wonderful towels...great ideas!! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  20. Those towels are so cute! I'm thinking I might have to run out and buy that book. :)

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  21. Thanks for the contest! Love the towels.

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  22. Wow the comment form reveals itself. Only because I can't sleep here on the West Coast. Have a great week.

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  23. love the towels!I am always trying to come up with ideas for Christmas and this is a good.Thanks for the give away

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  24. Oh my those are beautiful! I can't imagine how long that applique took with all the thread changes...I've made these towels but did nit do the lettering applique...just too much for me! I love the black linen best! Oh and the Aurifil....oh for the live of beautiful thread! Thanks Ms. Crafty!

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  25. the more I see from this book the more it moves up my 'to buy' list! Thanks for the give away!

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  26. I love your towels! especially the scrappy letters!
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  27. Great towels, thanks for the inspiration, as always! TIA! B-)

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  28. Gorgeous towels! Thanks for the chance to win, and Happy Birthday!!

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  29. Love the dots on the fabric. My stepdaughter is having a baby in July & she loves dots too, so that means her baby girl will also love dots, for a while anyway, haha. Oh my mind is already going around with all of the things I could do with all of those dots. And really who couldn't use thread? I find myself buying it all the time. Love your Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner towels, Thanks for sharing. :)

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  30. The towels are really pretty... I love kitchen stuff!

    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  31. Your towels look great!! I need to go pick up some linen and get started on mine! I'm not looking forward to all the thread changes but I love how yours turn out! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. I have been following your blog for a while. Thanks for all great ideas!

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  33. The towels look great! What a cool idea!

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  34. Your towels are awesome! I love how they turned out. Hanging them on a vintage towel rack is perfect! thanks for the chance at a great give away. Blogger did something with my email, so if it shows I'm a 'no reply blogger', and I'm lucky enough to win, my email is cindys0707(at)yahoo(dot)com. thank you so much!

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  35. Great Blog! You are very inspiring :)

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  36. I love the towels! I love the book too! I haven't made anything from it yet, but I think I will make the apron with the patchwork pockets. Happy Birthday!! Mary

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  37. Thanks for the inspiration and opportunity to win cool stuff, have a fabulous day!

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  38. Love the towels. I love the book, although I've not had a chance to sew anything from it myself yet.

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  39. I was taken in from my first look at those wonderful towels. I agree that the thread changes to match as closely as possible was wonderful and added so much to the project. Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

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  40. They came out beautifully! I only own white, red and black thread... so might need to stock up on some more colours!!!

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  41. The towels are so cute and using the matching thread really makes each appliqué stand out.

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  42. The towels are adorable. Your choice to do the colored thread really makes them pop.

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  43. I want to make these... but put my grand daughters names for there own personal towel...how adorable...

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  44. I have the book. Its fun to see what others are doing. Can't wait to get started myself.

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  45. I have the book. Its fun to see what others are doing. Can't wait to get started myself.

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  46. I might just be in love with these great towels:) Love your wooden display rack, too:) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. Those are soooooo adorable....going to start mine today! Thanks!

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  48. Another beautiful project Maureen... I think that at some point, you need to have a giveaway for a day spent with you! ;) I'd love to spend some time crafting with you. I doubt I'd have anything to teach you, but I'm sure you could teach me/most of your readers a few (thousand) things!

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    1. Well, this is the sweetest thing I have ever read!! Thank you! You have an open invitation!! :) If you find yourself near Potter County, Pa, you have to let me know!!

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  49. they look so cute and I love new thread thanks diana

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  50. Too cute for words! Now it makes me rethink my machine appliques. I pretty much always used white or neutral - ah, threading the machine. My birthday is later this month - looks like I may have found my gift. Thanks for sharing.

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  51. Thank you for the generous giveaway, Maureen. Would love to play with those threads.

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  52. These towels are sooo nice! Im glad you went with the matching thread too and what a nice new addition to your new house.

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  53. These are some of the cutest towels ever! Can't wait to check out all the other posts for MORE great ideas!

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  54. Love your towels! And I hope you have a wonderful birthday

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  55. Love it! Christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  56. Love your project! My tea towels are looking pretty shabby, so this will go on the To-Do list immediately! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!

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  57. I'm headed to my sewing room now! (Love your drying rack.)

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  58. they have turned out so well - I love them!

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  59. wow everything looks just wonderful. thanks for the chance to win.

    grace

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  60. Very fun towels. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!
    mmckee at wi dot rr dot com

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  61. Oh my gosh ~ these towels are so cute and the colors really pop with the fabric you chose!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  62. Awesome! I would love to win :)

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  63. Awesome towels. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  64. You did such an amazing job on the towels, I can hardly wait to get started! Thanks for the fun and for the giveaway.

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  65. Brilliant towels. I think that I'm going to have to get a copy of this book. Thanks for the chance of winning- I've heard so much about Aurifil but never tried it. This would be the perfect opportunity!

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  66. Thanks for the giveaway. Those towels are awesome! Must order that book!!

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  67. Your towels are gorgeous :) Love this book!

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  68. The towels are just the cutest! I love to do applique and this inspires me to do some more... Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. oh these are terrific! And it looks like you used 3 different Essex linens (maybe?) for the actual towels. A very fun set! And thanks so much for being part of the sew along!

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    1. Yes, I need to mention that and link up to RK!! Thanks for reminding me, Debbie!!!

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  70. Those towels are soooo cute! I'd never use them, except as decoration as they are too lovely to get dirty!

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  71. Sweet job on the tea towels! I can't wait to get started on the Vintage Pencil Case...fun, fun!

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  72. Happy Monday! Thanks for the chance! Those towels are lovely.

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  73. Love the towels! Thanks for the chance.

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  74. Those towels are adorable - thank you for the chance to win!!

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  75. Love these towels :) you are right the thread matching is spot on!

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  76. Love these towels :) you are right the thread matching is spot on!

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  77. Those towels are beautiful! I like how you went with matching thread.

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  78. Love the towels, this is a great giveaway! thanks for the chance to win. jillfroelich@yahoo.com

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  79. Wonderful way to begin the week with a great giveaway. Love the towels. Happy Birthday! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  80. Towels turned out gorgeous. I'm going to try and play catch up!

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  81. Love the towels! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. The towels are looking awesome! I wonder what is the back of the towels. Love that you used those yarn dyed fabrics.

    It would be fun to win this.

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    1. The back is actually perfect looking! The directions include a little ric rac corner loop for hanging and with the nice bound edges, the reverse is super cute and clean looking!!

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  83. I agree with you on taking the time to match the thread to the fabric.. time consuming but worth it.

    Thanks for a chance at this generous give-away.

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  84. Sweet towels! I love totally fun things.

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  85. I love your towels! I'm waiting for my linen to arrive, and hoping to get all those letters cut out so they are ready to go. This will be a "thread changing" week!

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  86. I love your towels! I'm waiting for my linen to arrive, and hoping to get all those letters cut out so they are ready to go. This will be a "thread changing" week!

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  87. I just got this book!! I am so excited to see these towels, love all the little items to sew. thank you.
    chrisstan@nodinwifi.com

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  88. Adorable towels! You are very creative!

    Thank you for the giveaway.

    kellyjo73@yahoo.com

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  89. Cute towels! I love Aurifil thread!

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  90. I love your towels. Thanks for the chance to win. I know this book is on my list.

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  91. Your towels turned out wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  92. Love your towels and you have an amazing assortment of tutorials on your blog. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Linda F. LLfasrn (at) aol (dot) com

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  93. How fun, a giveaway on my birthday ;) Thanks for giving away all these goodies and for sharing your cute towels!

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  94. Love your towels! thanks for the chance!

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  95. Those are just darling. I'm glad you used the matching thread too.

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  96. Thanks for a chance to win your great towels

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  97. Love your dish towels! Super duper cute Maureen. xo (Of course don't include me in the giveaway lol. )

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  98. Book looks so fun! Thanks for the give-away!

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  99. Can't wait to get my hands on the book! Your towels - super cute!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win. Crossing my fingers. :)

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  100. Everything from this book that I've seen is so super cute, I love the dish towels you created!

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  102. Your towels came out just fabulous! I have all my stuff assembled and am ready to make mine now. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  103. The towels are so cute! Thanks for the chance!

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  104. So cute! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  105. Would love to win!! LOVE the tea towels!!
    Dyannaholster@yahoo.com

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  106. I was going to skip this project but, I don't think I can they are too cute!

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  107. Soooooo cute!! I love your project!

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  108. Haha, I was thinking of sticking to the white thread too, Maureen! But now that I've seen your perfect finished towels, I think I'll have to follow suit:) Thanks so much for the giveaway too!

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  109. These towels are adorable. I recently was faced with the same dilemma of changing thread to match fabric or using the same thread for each stitching. I regret having used the same thread. I didn't take out what I sewed, and started changing the thread to match the fabric.
    Thanks for the giveaway! mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  110. Sweet! The towels look too pretty to use! But would look lovely hanging in any kitchen. Thanks for the opportunity to win a fabulous gift!

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  111. Your towels are wonderful and something fun to do in different seasons to hang as a decoration in the kitchen.

    Debbie

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  112. The towels are adorable! I think I need this book!!

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  113. Love your towels. I still have a ways to go to finish mine but they are sure fun.

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  114. those turned out soo neat!

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  115. Cute towels Maureen! Thanks for the give away!

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  116. I'm glad you chose the colour threads... they look great!

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  117. Oh your towels turned out so great and you are right about the thread!

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  118. Cute towels, I was curious about the backs too!!

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  119. A lovely project and a great giveaway. I'd love that Pellon guide - I don't know one from the other and really need to be sorted out. Thanks!

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  120. They're so beautiful!
    Thank you for the giveaway.

    ofelialamejor(at)yahoo(dot)es

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  121. I know I won't be able to make these this week, they are cute though!

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  122. Great towels - reminds me of those M-F towels that my grandmother had.
    Have a drying rack too, but mine has been getting a whole lot of use lately. My son asked my husband to make him one in his apartment so on days like today he can dry his uniform.
    Old ideas solve modern day problems. Love it.
    Arleen
    asnorthwoods@centurytel.net

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  123. Love your towels. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.

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  124. I love the towels and the thread, thank you for the opportunity to win. I really would like to make a set of the towels if I do not win them. They are just adorable. Thank you tx(dot)angela(dot)Gibson@gmail(dot)com

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  125. Thoes are adorable -- thanks for the opportunity for this great giveaway as well

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  126. I need to brush up on my applique skills so I can make cute stuff like this!

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  127. I love the towels and would like to thank you for sharing and the giveaway. I would like to make the towelsis their a pattern for them.

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  128. Exceptionally cute towels! Thanks for a chance to win!
    (PS Happy Birthday to you!)

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  129. Gorgeous towels Maureen! I would never dare to use them.....LOL
    xxxxx

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  130. Very cute towels! Thanks for the chance!

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  131. I like to match thread to fabric, the towels are delightful. Love the fabrics you used. Thanks for the giveaway. Now I must try to find some linen.

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  132. Those towels are adorable. I think I need a cute set for my kitchen!
    jesusiscool8(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  133. Yes, the thread colors really do make these towels special!

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  134. I'm so happy I saw your before I started....I don't have linen, but I have two colors of Essex blend that I will use! Yours are so cute.

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  135. The towels are just darling. Wow what a fantastic giveaway.

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  136. Your towels are beautiful. My 11 year old just told me I need to make some:)


    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. You guys are making such wonderful things in the sew-along. I wish I could sew like that. I can barely hem :)

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  138. These towels are AWESOME!!! I certainly will be making myself some now!

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  139. Those towels are so cute! I'm terrified of applique, so maybe I'll catch the next one!

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  140. I really like the towels and agree that the black is may favourite too. I would love to win!

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  141. Your projects are always so inspirational! Now to find time to make my own.... Thanks for the chance at winning!
    sallychapek@hotmail.com

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  142. Love those towels!!! thanks for a chance to win :)

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  143. When I saw the picture of the towels I thought it was a wall hanging, so cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  144. First of all I love, love, love your blog. I love the towels, they'd make a great gift! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  145. Love the towels! Thanks for all the great ideas.

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  146. Such a fun giveaway!

    maggiecolorado@gmail.com

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  147. Love your towel ideas! What a great housewarming gift they would make! Love anything patchwork. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  148. Love those towels! Great giveaway too!

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  149. These towels are so cute, love them. I have not tried Aurifil thread, heard many great things about it.

    This would be a wonderful opportunity to win some and try it out. Thanks!

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  150. So cute! More for my to do list!

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  151. Lots of nice stuff! Would love to win - thanks!

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  152. We always have lots of scraps and using them to make lovely new tea towels is a great idea. Awesome job, Maureen!!

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  153. I've wanted to try the Aurifil thread for a while now, this would be a great chance for me to do that!!!

    aliciajthorpe@gmail.com

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  154. Love it, the lunchbags will be the star in the school lunchrooms!

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  155. i love your tea towels! this sew along is brilliant-i love getting to see all the personalities in the projects. thanks!

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  156. I keep seeing such great things from this book! Your towels are darling!
    satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

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  157. I love these towels so cute..i havent done anything for my kitchen only table runners and quilts for people. this would be so fun to do

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  158. I also love the towels, so creative!

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  159. love the towels and the way they are displayed

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  160. Oh these are SO cute - I might have to pick up this book so I can make them!

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  161. Amazing towels - it would be so awesome to win, thanks for the opportunity

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  162. Great post! Love the towels and I so have to get this book! Janelle

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  163. These are beautiful. I am looking for a housewarming gift for my nanny and I think these are just the right touch. Love! I think I need to go get the book and some new thread today!

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  164. Ooh, thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  165. Love the Towels , would look great at the cabin

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  166. I love your t-towels, they are fab! I can't wait to get Ayumi's book :)

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  167. What an awesome giveaway! Love these items :)

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  168. I love the towels, they are simply beautiful. They would make an excellent house warming gift for my niece. Oh as she is the cook, she would display them proudly in her kitchen.

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