Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Dare to Dresden...Day Five!

Well, it's finally here...
Today is the day!


 
 
Wow! Thank you so much Madame Sam and our
wonderful Cheerleader - Christine of
for such a fun DARE!!!!
 
Both ladies have been
REALLY AWESOME!!!
 
Well....
I had so much fun working on this project!
I wanted to do something that
reflected my personality...
 
My first project was close to my heart...
a tribute to my little bunny Cotton Patch.
 
I would dress her up every day if I could...
but I don't...I am not sure she would
like it as much as I would...
so, this will have to do!
 
 
I used a square dresden to highlight a little
dress for my little girl...
 
 
and of course, I am a Sweetwater fabric lover...

 
and what is a bunny without a little flower...
 
I had so much fun working on this!
I think little Cotton loves it too!
 
"Thank goodness you didn't do that to me in real life Mama..."
 
Then I wanted to make something for the
ranch house...and so I pulled out my
favorite Bali fabrics that my sweet man
bought me on one of his trips!
 
I know dresdens are a favorite flower
maker, but I wanted mine to be on
something that i love...and that is
and old fence...
 
 
 
There was a lot of hand work involved in this one...
but I loved every stitch of it!
 

 
The back really showed the stitching...
 
 
 
I haven't decided if this will be a table runner...
 
 
 
or a wall hanging...
But I do know this is going
to the ranch!!!
 
 
Please forgive the inside photo of this...
it was raining here all day!!!
 
But that's ok...
A closer look at the top looks like
a bit of sunny blue sky peeking over
the top of the fence!
 
 
Anyway...those are my contributions
for the Dare to Dresden...
 
 
And this is for one of you! This iron
stand is perfect to hang your year
around little wall hangings...
 
All you have to do is comment and
tell me what you would
hang on this little
beauty...
 
For a second chance, let me know if
you are a follower...
 
That's it!
 
I will choose a winner on Monday, Feb. 4th!!!
 
Please go by and visit
everyone else that will be
blogging their wonderful
Dare to Dresden creations TODAY TOO!!!
 
Enjoy!!!
 

January 30th, 2013

Charlotte H @ “that Other Blog”

Clothes and Crafts (moved to the 31st!)

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199 comments:

  1. Fabulous dresden projects! I'm in love with that sweet bunny mini. Too cute.

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  2. I also love the bunny mini. It would look great on that stand. Thanks for the giveaway.

    rmk15(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. They are both lovely - the bunny one is adorable! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Great projects, love your little bunny, what a sweet idea.

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  5. What a cute little bunny! And thanks for the chance to win, It would look lovely by the fireplace at my parents, so I would make a hanging for my mum for easter and send it over with the stand!

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  6. I would make and hang seasonal blocks and change them evry month. One block a month is an achievable goal. i really like both your quilts1 very out of the box for sure.

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  7. This would be perfect for hanging small wall hangings.

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  8. Your bunny quilt is so cute and a awesome idea. Thanks for sharing your creativity

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  9. I love your bunny! The daisy is just the right decoration! What an inventive Dresden! If I won the stand, I would finish up one of my mini quilts and put on the table near my front door for all to see!

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  10. Your work is just beautiful - I would never have thought to make a Dresden Bunny - How Cute !!! I am not sure what I would hang on that iron stand but after this post it would have to be something with Dresdens :)

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  11. I'm a new follower of yours! Love your projects! Especially the bunny! ;)

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  12. I've been wanting one of those iron stands! I've been wanting to make little quilts to put on it for every month of the year! I hope I win it! :)

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  13. Gorgeous work. Thank you for sharing such wonderful eye candy today.

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  14. Cute projects! I've had it on my list to make a bunch of little seasonal quilts that I can rotate through the year. The hanger would be a perfect way to display them. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  15. I really like the bunny ide. Certainy original, also would love to win the stand!

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  16. The bunny is adorable with the button nose and the flower. You are very, very creative. Your wall hanging/table runner is astounding, too! It certainly is a labor of love. Thank you for participating and sharing your creativity and labors of love with us. You certainly are an inspiration.

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  17. You are very generous with your giveaway. If I'm lucky enough to win, I might have to Dare to Dresden and make a Dresden in colors to compliment my living room. I remodeled about a year ago and haven't made anything for it yet. I think it would be stunning to have a Dresden plate to accent my living room. I have an open floor plan so it could be seen from the kitchen and the dining room, too! I am a new follower.

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  18. Very cute little Dresden bunny. I like the table runner too-to me it has to be a table runner. If I won the hanging rack I'd display different mini quilts for each holiday and season.

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  19. A dresden dress....how cute and clever! The real bunny looks so huggable! Love the hanger.....I'd make monthly or seasonal hangings to put on it. Thanks so much!

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  20. Good thing my daughter hasn't seen the bunny [the real one and the one in the dress] or I would be stopping everything to try to make one! :) I really like your table runner!!! As for the table stand, that would depend...dried flowers, mini quilts, cards, ornaments, paintings....

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  21. Your bunny is absolutely adorable!! Fabulous table runner and wonderful photography!

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  22. I have no idea what to hang on the iron stand, maybe a replica of your bunny. I love that bunny, it is so darn cute and creative. I'm thinking great Easter decoration.

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  23. Oh my, but your bunny is WONDERFUL! I make alot of mini quilts and have no place to hang them, so I would love your little hanger!

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  24. I'm a new follower that just happened to find your adorable bunny on Pinterest. Love it!

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  25. Your little bunny is darling. Very creative! I'm not sure what I would hang on the iron hanger but it would be fun to make several items for it.

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  26. Fantastic Bunny and I love the Runner you made! The Handstitching is GREAT! Thank you for the inspiration I may be making one like this for my table. Thank you for participating and Enjoy the rest of the HOP *wink*

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  27. I'm in love with that bunny! So cute....he's just adorable. And the "ranch quilt" is perfect for that venue as well. What would I hang on the metal stand - I have one that size and am looking for a second so I can make calendar numbers. I want to put it in my kitchen window and change the numbers each day. They should be big enough for me to read without my glasses! :) blessings, marlene

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  28. Oh wow...love your Dresdens...I think it looks great as a runner or hanging...beautiful...and I would hang one of my Valentine pieces from it; if lucky enough to win.

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  29. I am a new follower....this gift deserves at least to follow...thank you.

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  30. Your bunny quilt is so very sweet and creative. Thank you so much for sharing! I'd love to win such a stand - I'd made little quilts for my hallway table.

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  31. Love the detail photos of your hand quilting...total yumminess!
    I would hang my mini Dresden on that cute hanger!

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  32. I love the way you used the Dresden petals as a dress -- so clever! And your hanging/runner is really beautiful. I love the hand work. I have been looking for a hanger for the spare blocks I sometimes do and can't figure out how to use, lol.

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  33. Well, now having followed this blog hop and being so inspired.. I think I would hang some of the different blocks that I have always wanted to try.. like Cathedral Windows, Dresden, and then of course I would want to make different things for all the holidays! Yay what fun that would be! I really need to do some different things to increase my quilting skills so something like this would certainly push me to get going.

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  34. Cotton Patch is adorable. She certainly has a good home! I love your table runner - it's perfect with those candles. The stand is awesome. I would put little mini quilts that change with the season. Thanks for sharing!

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  35. I'm a new follower this morning - nice to meet you!

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  36. I liked the fabrics and your tablerunner. :-) Cute.
    If I won I would use it to hang blocks for the seasons...
    Thanks for sharing.

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  37. I enjoyed being introduced to you beautiful work through this blog hop. I would use the stand to display small seasonal quilts.

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  38. Love your bunny! One of the most original Dresden's I've seen. I also love your runner and thing that is one I could work - love the hand stitching. I would love to have a stand like that to display all kinds of work that I do. Thanks for sharing.

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  39. I would use the stand to display a birthday mini I did for my mom befoe she died.

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  40. Well, Lana, you didn't disappoint us! How adorable!!! I love the bunny! And the old fence with the Dresdens is just beautiful!!!

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  41. Love your hand quilting! Beautiful work. I would love to hang seasonal mini quilts! Thanks!

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  42. I am so new at this that it would hold my first wall hanging. thanks for the giveaway vickise at gmail dot com

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  43. Lana, the bunny quilt is just the cutest...and sEw original and the ranch fence is perfect for either the table or the wall. Awe...some job Lana...luv the hand stitching. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing your creativity with us today. The stand would display my seasonal minis...thanks for the chance! Happy stitching, Pauline

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  44. That bunny is so cute--love it! I want to stay home from work to whip one up; dang job stops all the fun. Your runner/wall hanging is beautiful, too. As for that stand, where did you find that? It is so much nicer than the one I have. Thanks for sharing your wonderful Dresdens! I'm going to be following you around to see what other amazing creations you share. :o)

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  45. oh wow! I think someone stands a good chance at being one of the top 3 shown today! Love that bunny!!

    I would hang my crazy quilt blocks that feature my piggie son the hanger if I were to be so lucky to win! You can see the photos of them on my blog. :)

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  46. I love the bunny!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Please don't count me in your lovely giveaway as I'm in the UK and postage would be prohibitive!

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  47. You have really thought "outside the box" on your Dresdens and they are so wonderful. I am coveting that little quilt hanger and would definitely make something totally new and perfect for it. Very nice from Judy C

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  48. I am one of your newest future followers. Thanks for this wonderful opportunity from Judy C

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  49. Oh that stand is SO adorable...I would use that to hang my newest project---I'm making a little quilt for each month from a book I picked up last year. This would work great for them. Thanks for the nice giveaway!

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  50. CUTE bunny, how creative! I would use the fence dresdens as a tablerunner. If I won the stand, I would be making my first mini to hang on it. thanks for the chance.

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  51. I would hang my February DQS here. It's so neat :)
    Thank you for the chance.

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  52. I would love to see your little bunny with the dresden dress hanging on that hanger. I have always wanted one of those hangers to have a lot of special pieces to put on it.

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  53. I am now subscribed via email to follow your blog. Thanks fo rthe chnce to enter your giveaway
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  54. I love all of your projects. The bunny is my favorite though. I know what I would hang on the table top mini quilt hanger. All of my little mini seasonal quilts that I usually just lay flat to display. conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  55. Oh! I love both your bunnies! And my very first bunny was named Cotton too! I'm a follower of yours now. Thanks!

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  56. This is simply wonderful- the bunny is great! Love the wallhanging/table runner one too- Love them both! (words are failing me- )

    Would hang my Keep on Quilting Rosie the River from the quilt hanger as inspriation in my sewing room

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  57. I would put a new block every month from the sew along, "And Sew On", on it!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  58. I am a new follower!
    I love your dresden plates work! The bunny is adorable.

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  59. Rosemary B here: my goodness, your BunBun Cotton is a sweetums. Oh my. I have a grey and white cornish rex boy, they could be related some how. heehee
    I love the dresden bunny you made for your little Cottonflower.
    The other project is very pretty. It looks nice as a table runner and I like how you hung it as well.
    Thank you for sharing Sweet Cotton and your creativity

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  60. I love your dresdens! They are too cute - especially the bunny one!

    I would use the hanger to hang this little mini raindrop quilt I made - I think it would look really cute on it!

    Thank you for the chance!

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  61. Am a new follower and Texan:)

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  62. I am a new follower of your blog (GFC) Thank you!

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  63. Rosemary B here: I am following your wonderful bunny filled blog now.
    Thank you for the give away opportunity.
    I would hang my paper pieced Piano wall hanging I made.
    I hope you get some sun shine. We are getting the heavy rain today!!

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  64. What a neat wallhanging!!!! That would look awesome on any wall!!!

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  65. Your bunny Dresden is so adorable! I really love it. The table runner is beautiful,too,with all the stitching. Looks great.
    I would use the hanger to display a little mini quilt for each month. Thank you for sharing your wonderful projects and for the giveaway.

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  66. I'm a happy follower, luv to visit!! hugs Pauline

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  67. Love the tail on the rabbit dresden. Very clever!

    Not sure what I'd hang, but it would be pretty! :)

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  68. I have been wanting a display stand for quite awhile! What a perfect giveaway prize. I would make some seasonal mini quilts to display on it, of course. Love you Sweetwater bunny!!!

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  69. That is so cute. Love the bunndy dresden dress, and your wall/table runner.

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  70. Wow Lana, All of your dresden's are awesome and "sew" very creative!

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  71. I'm # 228 ......I would hang the Amy Bradley woman I made for the "it's all about me" hop.

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  72. Lana-Your bunny is very sweet, but I like the wall hanging/ table runner the best. You could use it both ways-very versatile. From CA, thanks for sharing.

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  73. I am a new follower. I would make a quilt just for my daughter and grandson to hang on the quilt display stand if i am lucky enough to win this. Thanks.

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  74. What a clever use of a dresden. I love the bunny. I would have to make one of them to put on that stand for the spring.

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  75. Your bunny is adorable and deserving of top choices today. t would be fun to make one for that stand.

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  76. Your bunny is precious! And your hand quilting? Wonderful!!

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  77. Thank you for the chance to win this stand! I don't own one yet. =)

    I am a new follower. =)

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  78. I would hang my lady for the next It's all About Me hop! Great projects. Thnx for sharing!

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  79. I would love to win - I have a few small quilts and could really use something to display them on. I would start participating in blog hops for small quilts. It could be a life changer!

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  80. I love the creativity and imagination you put into your projects. It looks like a wonderful place to belong so I am a new follower!

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  81. Lana, I was so excited to see you were a winner for most creative. Love the bunny and your table runner. Great job on both.

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  82. I like your dresdens on the fence. So great!

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  83. Wonderful creativity in your work! The hand stitching is perfect for your ranch project!

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  84. I like your Dresdens a lot. Love the colors.I would put seasonal quilts on the holder and ue it on my kitchen counter.

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  85. Wow! I love all your Dresdens! But I love the bunny! I would make a little table topper for each month. Thanks so much for being in the hop!

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  86. Your dresdens are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Robin

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  87. Your Dresden bunny dress is adorable! Love love your table runner/wall quilt. It looks lovely both ways, and the hand stitching really sets it apart, Thank you for sharing and the great giveaway. I love to do table top minis.
    jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  88. I am a follower via email! Thanks for the second chance for the adorable table stand. jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  89. Im a follower via email and google - I would love to hang my newest mini quilt on the stand

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  90. First off that bunny dresden is so unique and cute.

    If I were to win the hanger I would use it to display "Holiday Houses" by Zebra Patterns

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  91. What a great idea for you bunny. Love his Pom Pom tail. But the runner stunning. You have beautiful handwork. Thank you for sharing.

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  92. Thank you for sharing your great Dresden quilting projects. You did an excellent job. If I were to win the stand....I can see it being used for various quilts with each changing season.

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  93. OH MY! I LOVE your projects -- especially the rabbit! Just too stinkin' cute!!!! Thank you for sharing.

    I am a new follower of your blog. I look forward to seeing all your wonderful posts!

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  94. I love the table runner, but the little bunny is just gorgeous (both the real-life bunny and the mini quilt!), what an original idea.

    What would I hang on it? The bunny mini quilt!

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  95. If I were to win the hanger I would need to make something new to hang on it. All I have ever made is big quilts!

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  96. I am also a new follower.....

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  97. Who would of thought of making a bunny with Dresden plates....great idea.....very very cute....I also love the table runner it looks darling with the candles on it....I have started to make one square blocks for one of the holders I don't have yet.....I have been hanging the blocks on the wall...great giveaway....

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  98. What beautiful Dresdens! And a sweet stand - I would put my wallhangings on it. I have a pretty little valentines one to put on first! Thanks

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  99. I'm a new follower via GFC. thanks

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  100. NEW FOLLOWER VIA GFC!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  101. BEAUTIFUL PROJECT!
    I'D HANG MY NEW SPRING WALL HANGING ON THIS NEAT STAND! THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  102. If I won that, I would make a special little quilted project that size with a big "C" in the middle to hang on it. It is so cute!

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  103. I'm following your blog.

    www.prayersformymom.blogspot.com

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  104. You are so kind for the giveaway, but I don't want to be entered. Just wanted to say I love how you put your flower on a fence in the quilt, very artistic. And that is the cutest bunny!!!

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  105. so cute and original. i wanted to put some hand stitches on mine, but ran out of time.

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  106. I love your dresdens, soo cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  107. I love the bunny dresden...and the real bunny! How cute!
    I'd hang a new spring mini quilt on it.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  108. I follow your blog via GFC.

    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  109. I have a valentine heart just waiting for that hanger!

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  110. I'm a new follower by email. Glad to have found you through this hop.

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  111. So beautiful! Love the bunny!

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  112. Wonderful variations on dresdens. And, how CLEVER the bunny dresden! Now...my mind is taking off to new branches of dresden-isms! =D A I fish with dresdens...or maybe a turkey tail with dresden...or...

    hugZ,
    annie

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  113. I'm a follower. What nice hand stitching! I love all your Dresden designs and the bunny too! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway!

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  114. I think I would make a quilt to match my newely remodeled kitchen and then this would find a permanent home there.

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  115. Talento + criatividade===OBRA DE ARTE.Parabéns.Sou seguidora nova GFC 242,e sou do Brasil.

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  116. I am so not surprised you got 132 comments on this post because THESE ARE ALL TOTALLY GORGEOUS MALORGEOUS - just stunning. You are so clever and I'm so happy you are my bestest friend in blogland. I love you lady.
    lots and lots of Love
    Patti xxx

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  117. Your dresden rabbit is just as cute as can be! What a neat idea. I loved your dresden decorated fence. Wow - look at all that hand work!!!

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  118. Thank you for sharing with us. Such even stitches - beautiful! What would I hang on that precious hanger? I think I would have to nake something to serve as a blessing to all those who visit my home.

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  119. How adorable!! Thanks for sharing!

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  120. I love both of your projects! The bunny is so cute! I also love the stitching on your ranch house project as well as the fabrics you chose.

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  121. Thanks for sharing your cute quilts, and for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  122. Lovely projects. The rabbit quilt is super cute. Your iron stand would look lovely with a cute mini heart quilt for valentines day. :)

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  123. Your bunny is very cute and creative but my heart belongs to the batiks! Table or wall? Looks great anywhere!

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  124. Love the bunny..and the real bunny...I would use the stand for a different mini quilt each month...I follow and you are a fav....thanks for the chance to win

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  125. I have an embroidery sampler that would be perfect on this stand. Love the use of half dresdens on your fence wall hanging. nice contrast of texture of the background and color in the dresdens.

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  126. your dresdens are so cute, very inspiring, thank you!!!
    I think the tabletopper would be even more beautiful with a dresdner quilt ☺
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  127. Love your bunny dresden - sweet!! I am a new follower... these blog hops are great to meet people in blogland! If I won I would make some seasonal mini quilts to display!

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  128. Love love love the bunny! Great dresdens! I have plenty of pieces I would love to have something to display them on :)

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  129. I have lots of quilts that would look terrific on the iron hanger. I really like how you used the 'word' fabric with your little bunny.

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  130. LOVE the bunny! So creative! What would I put on that stand? I think I would have to create some seasonal mini quilts

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  131. Loooooooooooooove it Lana! Of course, you knew I would. ;)
    I also love the photo of you and Cotton. Too cute!
    I'm a friend, follower and fellow bunny mama. Don't enter me in the drawing though. I have lots of stands already. Let somebunny else have a wonderful prize.
    Hugs!

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  132. How sweet and so creative, I just loved your little bunnies (the real one too).I also liked your tablerunner/wallhanging,it does look like a fence at the ranch.

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  133. I love your bunny.
    I have always wanted one of the stands. I have several patterns for all of the holidays that I would hang on it.

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  134. Wow. What awesome Dresdens and that Bunny and dress is absolutely adorable. I LOVE it! The table runner is awesome too. Love them all. Thank you for showing us.

    If I were to win I would, in all honesty, have to make some smaller quilts to hang on there. Until I had those done however, I would use it to hang a sign that I stitched when I got my first embroidery machine in late 2003 during a class to learn my machine. The sign says "Vicki's Sewing Room".

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  135. I am now a follower of your blog. I need to come back for sure after seeing that adorable bunny and dress Dresden.

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  136. Beautiful hand stitching! And very cute bunny.

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  137. Both of your Dresdens are beautiful ... the bunny is adorable!

    I would hang a mini twister quilt on the stand.

    Where did you get the iron stand. I'd love to buy one.

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  138. Beautiful and unique Dresdens I love them! I love the stand! I would hang seasonal mini's on it! Thanks for participating and inspiring us!

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  139. Hi love the table runner! and the bunny great job, I'm a new follower, if I were to win the little stand I would use it to hang little holiday blocks or season blocks...
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  140. Love the bunny. I would hang a Valentine or Easter quilt from the sweet hanger.

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  141. I love the bunny! I like the Dresdens as a table runner, it is very pretty. I just finished a small quilted picture and I would put it on the stand. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  142. I'm a new follower. I can't wait to see what you make next. :-)

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  143. What a lovely runner! Neat that you only used half of the plate and they look like they really are on a fence, hehe. Love your stitching and quilting as well. Thanks for sharing with us, awesome job!

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win. If I was the lucky winner I'd love to hang a mini sampler that I'm hand piecing.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  144. I'm a new follower.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  145. My mother quilted a small piece that would be perfect for the iron stand.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  146. gfc follower: nicolesender
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  147. I loved your dresdens! Especially the stitching along each fan blade and the colors. The little quilt stand is so cute. I am really liking minis so I would hang a new one every month with a holiday theme or Civil War mini. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  148. I just love that stand - it would stand on our porch with a small pineapple hanging - I love sewing pineapples as they represent "welcome" - it would look amazing! I am a follower, and love your blogs. Thank you for super giveaway.

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  149. The iron stand is beautiful. I would love to make change of seasons little quilts to display.

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  150. I love the bunny but please don't enter me into a giveaway. It would cost way too much to mail it here. But I just wanted to thank for everything you do.
    Love you loads
    P xxx

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  151. I am a follower and love seeing your awesome project. Your bunny is fun!!!!

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  152. Oh yes! The stand will give me to motivation to finish the seasonal primitive mini quilts I have started. I would love to hang them from the stand. Thank you for the generous giveaway!

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  153. Hi!!! Well I would love the stand for displaying little quilts!!! But what I am in love love with is your little cotton patch dresden!!! Adorable and so very creative!!!! Love it!!! Your runner/wallhanging is also very pretty!!! I love your bunny!!! Thank You

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  154. I am a new follower and Thank You!!

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  155. Love your wall hanging/tablerunner. I'm sure it will look awesome at the ranch.
    That is the prettiest mini quilt holer I've ever seen. I'd love to hang seasonal minis fromm it so it would be on display all the time.

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  156. I just love your little rabbit. She is so cute. What a clever idea for her dress.

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  157. I'm a follower. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  158. Your Dresden bunny is the cutest! The fabrics and hand stitching of the table runner are wonderful. These are two of my favourite projects in the hop. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. I would make seasonal mini quilts for it.

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  159. When I was a little girl, I received a cute, little white bunny for Easter. She had big pink ears so I named her Pinky. I think I might have been 6 or 7. I loved that bunny so much! And I would dress her up in my dolls clothes and wheel her around in my doll buggy! There is a old picture of me with my bunny in that old buggy. I adore your little Dresden bunny quilt! It reminds me of my long gone little Pinky Rabbit. I might have to borrow your idea! With big pink ears of course :)

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  160. Ohhh now that bunny is just too adorable..mini quilts would look lovely on it.

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  161. I want to showcase my mini quilt. Thanks for the chance to win

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  162. I would put my Christmas quilt on it

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  163. I adore your bunny and your table runner, both really creative .I am a new follower by email,I really liked what I seen on my visit and don't want to miss anything . Thanks for sharing and if I were lucky enough to win I would use this for one of the many minis I have made lately .

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  164. I love your Bunny with the little button nose. I like the Dresdens as a wall hanging. Great job. I would use the little stand to hold a Little Tot made by Mdme Samms pattern.

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  165. ps, Just became a follower. Love your site.

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  166. If I were to win, I would hang a quilted Fairy Goddess a friend sent me when I was recovering from surgery in 2011, I cherish her. Thank you for a chance at your giveaway.

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  167. I am a new follower. I love your bunny made with Dresden blades, that is pure inspiration.

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