Thursday, April 27, 2017

six years (plus a giveaway and discount code)


Hello, hello! Happy Thursday to you all!

Today is a special day as exactly six years ago I wrote my very first post for this blog. Crazy, isn't it? Things have changed, of course. I don't make the same things I used to (which is definitely a good thing because those first mug rugs make me laugh every time I see them :). Sewing and designing patterns has become my job instead of being a hobby, and I definitely have less time for sewing just for the sake of sewing. What haven't changed, however, is my love of making and the enjoyment I get from sharing it with you all.

So, from the bottom of my heart, thank you!!!

Thank you for coming along on this super fun creative journey with me. I couldn't do what I do without all your encouragement, support, and feedback. 


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And, to celebrate, I have a giveaway for you.


The giveaway is open worldwide and three lucky readers will win a pack of 15 screen printed charms pictured above, plus a choice of three pdf patterns from my etsy shop.

To enter, simply leave a comment below letting me know what fun project you're working on at the moment. Mr. Random and I will choose our three winners on Monday (May 1st) noon.


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And, in case you'd like to go ahead and purchase some patterns right away, I have an etsy shop discount coupon for you. Use SIXYEARS during checkout and a 40% discount will be automatically applied to your shopping cart. Discount code valid through Monday, May 1st.

Good luck and happy sewing, friends.

Svetlana





258 comments:

  1. Good morning and congrats! Love following your blog and love your screen prints and patterns. I am currently sewing a binding on Turnstyle quilt, king size!
    Happy Spring!

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  2. I'm making a Wanta Fanta quilt for my friends wedding in September.

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  3. Those are fun screen prints! Right now I'm working on gifts for teacher appreciation week and my daughter's twin sized quilt. Maybe I'll even get it done by the time she's in a twin sized bed. :)

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  4. Right now I am working Crossings blocks for A Quilter's Table for charity quilts.

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  5. These are lovely prints. I am currently working on a scrap quilt, a "chunk" for a group quilt through my guild, and a "fiber shot" for the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles fund raiser.

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  6. I have recently finished piecing a quilt top in bright summer colors and I'm ready to make the backing. But the last several days have been spent helping my son with projects at his house. I'll get back to sewing in a couple more days. Love your screen printed fabrics!

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  7. Just finished Olivia pouch ( so cute) and working on scrappy star quilt top.

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  8. thanks for the chance to win. Congrats on your six - I have ten in blogging now. I am putting binding on my handquilted postage stamp quilt, borders on a star quilt, a hexie quilt in progress and a applique project that has been neglected.

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  9. Wow! Congratulations!!! Currently, I just have the binding to put on a really fun rainbow baby quilt. Then my sewing room needs a super overhaul in the tidy department... Not super fun, but super necessary, and I'm sure I'll find something fun along the way. :D

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  10. I'm attaching the binding on a secret project quilt and will have to wait until September to reveal it ... Thanks a lot for the giveaway !

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  11. Congrats on your anniversary! I'm excited to be close to finish up a rainbow hexie lap quilt!

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  12. Congrats! I'm working on my first quilt.

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  13. Woohoo! Love your blog and your design eye. I'm taking a drawing class right now and am working on a large scale turnip composition. Weird and fun!

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  14. Yay! I am working on a loom blanket and a strip quilt!

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  15. What an inspiration you are! Maybe one day sewing can be my occupation instead of my hobby. Right now I'm focused on making some skirts and blouses for work. The scraps, of course, will find their way into pouches, placemats, and other crafty items. Possibly a scrap quilt.

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  16. I'm doing an instagram block-of-the-week sampler and cutting fabric for a Glam Clam quilt!

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  17. Oh my goodness! Thank you so much for the discount code and congratulations on six years blogging. I think I've followed you for most of it and one of your quilted pouches is something I use every single day - and I treasure it!

    I am currently working on an art quilt. It is in the washer and dryer getting all wrinkly and frayed so I can start painting and stitching on it this afternoon.

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  18. congrats! I am in between projects atm and may start my Olivia pouches! thanks!

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  19. I'm rescueing some orphan blocks (i have hundreds) and turning some of them into some cute mini quilts. It's a huge relief to have something accomplished.

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  20. I love the hand printed fabric you make. I am currently working outside my comfort zone on a very modern quilt.

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  21. I'm working on two quilts right now- the Long Time Gone by Jen Kingwell and a Cat Lady

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  22. You have wonderful prints. Thanks for the giveaway. I'm in between projects right now as I'm traveling soon.

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  23. Congratulations on six years!! I have so many projects going, it isn't funny. But the one holding most of my attention is a batik wrapped rope bowl.

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  24. i just started working on a triangle baby quilt -- i hope i can get my points to all line up!

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  25. I am working on finish some wip, a quilt and pillows for my daughter's room. Thanks

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  26. Congrats on six years! I am working on a mini quilt wall hanging. 🌸

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  27. I'm working on a toiletry bag and quilting a mini quilt

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  28. Congratulations! Your blog and instagram are always inspiring to me. I am working on several different projects - preparing for my upcoming summer markets.

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  29. Congratulations and happy aniversary! I'm hand quilting a small quilt and planning a new, big quilt project. Your fabrics are awesome and I would love to make some of your patterns with them! nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. congrats on your 6 yr milestone - I know that it is a lot of hard work. I am concentrating on finishing projects in between quilts. Am pretty stoked about my progress. Currently it is a class project from 2012 that I am finishing.

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  31. Six years of great content! Congrats! I appreciate how hard it is to come up with new stuff all the time and you do a great job. Right now I'm entering my summer sewing doldrums but am going to start a set of new placemats for my Mom.

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  32. Congratulations! Your patterns are beautifully written!

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  33. Six Years! Yahoo! I just had my five year anniversary, isn't it crazy how fast time flies by? I'm glad you still like creating. That is the most important part. Right now I am working on a custom quilt that involves comic book characters and a lot of fusible applique. We shall see how it goes....

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  34. Working on a quilt for my son. I'd like to get it finished because I'm at the point where I want to move on to something else. Sigh, such is life. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  35. I believe I have followed you all six years! Congratulations! Your work always inspires me.
    I just finished a quilt top last night and will spend today deciding on whether to begin anew or to finish a UFO.

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  36. ps. thanks for the pattern discount! Just bought two I have had my eye on :)

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  37. Congrats on your anniversary! I'm working on an art piece for "Threads of Resistance" right now. Lots of fun!

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  38. Congratulations! I'm working on a schoolbag as a gift.

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  39. Congrats on 6years. I think I've been following since close to the beginning. Right now I'm several of you new pouches and the "al my x's" quilt from Missouri star quilt co

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  40. A big milestone-congratulations! As far as current project, I'm working on sewing my son's soccer jerseys into a giant fleece backed blanket-so many memories!
    thanks for the chance, Cathy cjcwatkins@gmail.com

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  41. Congrats to you!
    I have been to busy to work on much of anything lately,
    except chasing teens.

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  42. Congrats! You make beautiful things so how can I pass on your giveaway? I'm working on some pouches as small projects are the only ones I manage.

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  43. I'm working on some summer tops. Four down, three more in planning.

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  44. Quilting my small world quilt.

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  45. I actually working on a trio of you everyday size Sylvie totes.

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  46. I'm worked my on a quilt for my daughter. She wanted it to be all wild animal prints. I have the top almost done, just have to add borders. Thank you for the giveaway, the fabrics are so cool. Would love to win!!!

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  47. Happy Six Years! It's been a pleasure following along, thanks for always inspiring! 😊 I just finished up a baby shower gift, so I'm taking stock of WIP's and deciding where to go from here! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  48. Congratulations with your six years! Right now I'm doing a bag for my handwork. Love your fabric.

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  49. I am working on a zipper pouch and would love to try your patterns badly. Congrats on your fabric line.

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  50. Happy bloggy birthday! I'm currently making my first moneta dress - I'm hoping it won't be my last!

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  51. Your projects are inspiring, and especially your hand stitching

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  52. Congratulations! I love your screen printed designs. Right now I am working with laminated fabric. It is working out better than I thought.

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  53. Lip balm zippy cases out of cork. Congratulations on continuing to blog. It's awesome that you have morphed your passion into a business.

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  54. I love your designs. I am getting ready to work on a new quilt that I designed (nothing major - very simple). Thank you for the giveaway!

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  55. Congrats on your blogging milestone! I love your fabrics, and your charm packs the most. I'm working on finishing up a baby quilt and perhaps starting a bag. Looks like now might be the perfect time to buy the Megan Foldover Tote pattern!

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  56. Congratulations! I'm making a Hazel Hedgehog baby quilt for a friends impending first grandchild. Great giveaway !

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  57. I am working on a charity quilt using blocks I found at a flea market.

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  58. I am taking part in a Pinwheel swap and just finished sewing all the blocks. Loving the colours that my Team Daisy chose❤️❤️ If I sewed them altogether, it would be an adorable quilt😍

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  59. I have too many projects going, which is not my usual MO. I am making a cover for my sewing machine and I am starting a dress for my DGD. Oh, I also want to make a zip bag for my pens and markers for my calendar. I'll stop there. Thank you! And congratulations on your success ;-)

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  60. Congrats on six wonderful years! I'm so glad I found you early on. I'm working on two quilts for college pals to mark big milestones in their lives. I can;t wait to gift them to them!

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  61. Congrats from Germany!
    I'm enjoying sewing my new pillows with hidden zippers and I'm also working on a backpack. :-)

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  62. Congratulations! I'm working on some crossbody bags!!

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  63. I'm working on a quilt for my new grandson. Thank you for your blog, I love following it. julie.mckay@xtra.co.nz

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  64. Congratulations! I am currently working on a baby quilt for my cousin who is due in September.

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  65. Congratulations on your blogaversary, Svetlana, and may there be many more of them!
    I love following your blog, and love your wonderful prints!
    I have just blogged about some block printing I've recently done, now I'm going to make something from the fabric I've printed! Probably a pouch or two, and a cover for a book.
    I'd be over the moon if I won your gorgeous charm prints, and have an idea for a bag I could make from them, especially to show off your pretty fabrics at my handicraft group!! Tee hee!
    Thank you for a chance to win.
    Barbara x

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  66. Love it! Right now I am sewing some reusable snack bags.
    Sara (paeshandmade@gmail.com)

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  67. Here's what I'm working on right now: A quilt for my oldest son, 4 sal/qal (2 weekly and 2 monthly blocks), several embroidery projects and I'm just starting a Millefiori hand pieced quilt top. Sometimes it gets a little confusing (or is it I get a little confused?). Anyway hardly a dull moment around here. Thanks for your generosity with this give away and a great big applause for your first six years and best wishes for the next six.

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  68. happy blogeversary!! I am working on my next passport wallet pattern and so excited about it. Thank you for the fab giveaway!!

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  69. I'm using up scraps to make a true picnic quilt and I'm hoping to have it finished by July 4th! I've been looking for advice on what to use for batting and backing to keep it light weight and somewhat water resistant. Congratulations on your 6 year milestone! sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  70. I am finishing up a giant hand-dyed king quilt I started in January! Just the binding left!

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  71. YAY!! Congratulations :) I am currently working on & making tiny 9 patch blocks for a Clutch.

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  72. I'm working on several quilts at the moment - one holiday-themed, two block of the month quilts, and one that just needs to be quilted. Someday....

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  73. Congratulations and thank you for the giveaway! I have a quilt and two tunics on the go, and a pair of pyjamas... all kind of on hold. Right now drawing for my 100 day project is feeling more manageable. :)

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  74. Love your fabrics and your patterns. I am currently about to sandwich a square-in-a-square quilt in Japanese fabrics.

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  75. I love to make pouches! I got Anna pouch pattern and have made six of them so far. One of my friends asked me to make it one for her so currently I am working on it.

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  76. I'm working on some knitting, a table runner in mod colours, and several cushions.

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  77. Congrats on your 6 year blog anniversary....that's a lot of writing, and many great tutorials and patterns! I am currently visiting with my elderly mother and while she naps I have a big bag of scraps I am " organizing"! Thanks for all you share and the awesome giveaway.

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  78. I am working on a snowball four patch and a dresden plate and a string quilt--how I ended up with THREE things i don't know---not my usual one-at-a-time method...but am having fun.
    Just love your understated fabrics--they make me get ideas....hmmmm hugs, Julierose

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  79. What beautiful fabrics. I love the printing. I am finishing off a cot quilt for my grandson who was born last week.

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  80. Congrats on six years! Currently have a cold shoulder top in the works, and a new tote handbag cut out - hoping to finish along with weeding and mulching the garden this weekend.

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  81. Congrats on six years! I have been following your blog for some time now & recognise your posts on my feed long before from the pic long before I read who it's byπŸ˜€ Love your style so much

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  82. Happy 6th Birthday, I'm working on tidying my sewing room so that I can actually get in and sew!

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  83. Happy blog-birthday! I started with a tray, but only cut the fabric so far. My oldest asked me for a pouch for his Nintendo - and of course it's much more fun to sew it, expecially with his help.

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  84. Happy Blog-iversary! Love your work, here's to another amazing 6+ years!

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  85. so happy for U! i really appreciate all the work you do with making and sharing:) i especially love that you allow us to purchase your patterns and sell what we make. I've been working on sewing up a couple of your sylvie totes for a show on saturday. they are really fun to make!

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  86. I really love your work! I am making zip pouches at the moment.

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  87. Thank you for sharing. Love reading your newsletter/blog. I am working in a group with several friends and making New York Beauties which we exchange blocks once a month!

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  88. Congratulations on six years, quite an achievement. I am currently fighting with a quilt, there are lots of errors in the pattern and the designer won't answer my emails. I have to keep adding new mini blocks to make it all fit together... I love the fabric with is Thicket by Gingiber so that has stopped me throwing it all in the bin... not sure when I will finish it though.

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  89. Happy blogoversary! I have loved watching your business and style evolve. Right now I'm working on a hashtag quilt using my hand dyed fabrics. would love to win your giveaway!

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  90. I was about to start a new quilt, but am now distracted by the patterns I just purchased from your etsy! Congrats on six years - I'm always so inspired by your blog posts!

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  91. I am working on a hand stitch "boro" project on navy raw silk with various patches and 12 weight cotton threads. I am also working on the Sewcial Bee sampler (relaxing quarter inch seams) and I've got my first emmaline retreat bag on the go.

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  92. Love these, especially the text. Right now I'm working on a quilt for a new grandchild with appliqued bugs by the two grandmas. And thinking about what the next hand-sewn project will be. Can't imagine 3 weeks without my sewing machine/

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  93. Congratulations on your blogaversary. Right now I'm working on a paper pieced project.Time consuming but I'm loving it. elif.i@sympatico.ca

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  94. I am working on 6 baby quilts! 4 girls and 2 boys!!!

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  95. Congrats! You are always an inspiration! Thanks for the giveaway of the awesome fabrics.
    I am working on a giant trip around the world block with mainly cotton and steel fabrics.
    gigiv13@gmail.com

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  96. Thank you, Svetlana for a great give away AND discount! I am working on Zippered Pouches and anxiously waiting for the screen print fabric I was lucky enough to grab from your shop! The charm pack and patterns would be wonderful! Thanks again!
    MariaElenaBliss

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  97. What a wonderful way to celebrate!! I am working several patriotic quilts at the moment.

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  98. Wow 6 years has flown by and good luck with many more. Currently working on
    a kantha stitching quilt.

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  99. great celebration--thank you for including all of us.. I have been making zippered bags--creating a stash to share!
    Happy Blog Birthday!

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  100. Your colour palette in these fabrics is just gorgeous! At the moment I'm finishing up a plus quilt in similar colours to these. Taking me a while though as it's king size, my biggest quilt to date. Ruth ruthtapp at me dot com

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  101. Wow, six years! Congratulations! Right now I'm working on some hand sewing on my Smitten quilt as my machine is in the shop, AGAIN! Arrgh! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  102. I'm working on two baby quilts for my new grandchildren--a double Irish chain (they're twins) and a courthouse steps quilt (their parents are lawyers). And two one-hour baskets to store diapers. Happy Birthday! Thanks for your ideas and inspiration.

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  103. Six years!!!! Congrats πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰. I made a star block but the settings on the printer were wrong and the block was too small. I'm sure adding borders and it will be a fresh pillow for the sofa. Ioleen.kimmel@gmail.com

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  104. Congratulations on your anniversary! Your drawstring bag is my go-to pattern! I'm working on lots of quilts at the moment. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  105. Can't believe it has been 6 years! Currently working on a bed quilt for a grandchild

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  106. I just started sewing a year ago. I love your screenprint fabrics and purchased your drawstring bag pattern.

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  107. Congrats on 6 years! Love your prints. Working on birthday flags for my grandchildren.

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  108. Congrats! Your work is amazing. I often peruse your quilts for inspiration. And I love your screen printed fabrics! I am working on a circles quilt made with drunkard's path templates. High volume circles using four quarters of different fabrics in the same color group, with solid whites, beiges, and grays mixed and matched for the outside part.

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  109. Congrats on your milestone!
    Working on quilts for my parents "winter" home. Yes, I know it's Spring!!!

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  110. Congrats! You certainly are keeping me hopping with all of your lovely fabrics and patterns! I'm planning to make some pouches to start a sew-a-thon!

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  111. I'm following the Shabby Fabric tutorial for making 3 dimensional fabric snowflakes. They're fabulous.
    Congratulations on turning a hobby to a business. I love your style.

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  112. I'm working on a baby quilt for my internist's granddaughter. I'm recovering from viral pneumonia and needed an easy pattern. I'm sewing a random colored 2 1/2" - 4 patch to a 4 1-2" white rectangle. On the other side of this block I'm sewing a 4 1/2" white rectangle that had a 2 1/2" colorful square. This block is sewn on point. I saw a picture and layout of this quilt in a magazine. Also,had a border of 2" alternating colorful with white blocks with 1/2" strip in top,and bottom.
    I live your screen printed fabrics. I'm going to order some today.

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  113. Hi Svetlana,
    I just love your blog, have used many of your tutorials and congratulate you on 6 years worth of hard work.
    I am currently working on a dresden plate quilt made totally from my scraps, waste not want not.
    Thanks for the giveaway and cheers to the next 6 years.
    Sue

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  114. I'm trying to make some undies for my 3yo but I've had to mesh together sizes 5 & 2 to match her measurements ... it started out as a quick project, 3 days on..... I'm so wishing it'd finish so I can sew something fun for myself!

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  115. I am making summer table runners for my sisters!

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  116. King size quilt...nice long-term project! Congrats on 6 years.

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  117. Congrats on 6 years! I'm working on an economy block I-spy quilt for my grandsons and am about to start cutting out a Snippets quilt.

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  118. I'm working on some knitting (a Milo Vest by Tikki Knits) and a dress for my daughter (Violet Fields Threads Georgia).

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  119. Congratulations on six great years! I absolutely love your fabrics and patterns.
    I'm going to be looking at how to sew washable menstruation pads for an organisation called Days For Girls. Also hoping to add some machine embroidery to the back of a denim jacket today or tomorrow.

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  120. **Congratulations!!**
    (I'm so glad you enjoy blogging, and sharing your creativity, and fiber art!!... because I so very much love seeing all you do, and learning from you!!)
    For fun, I was working on another baby quilt!... But that's on a temporary hold, while I work on a comfort/prayer quilt for someone ill... Once she receives it, I can go back to the baby quilt! (I do enjoy those!)
    **Thank you, Svetlana, for all you do!!!**
    Pat T.

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  121. Congratulations on your six years blogging. I am currently working on a quilt to practice my longarm quilting on. It was meant to be small but due to a "slight" miscalculation it is much larger than expected.

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  122. I am currently trying to finish quilting a couple of miniature quilts.

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  123. I've admired your patterns for a long time and want to increase my skills in bag making. Right now I'm working on a set of placemats for a friend.

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  124. I am working on more than one project - isn't everyone? Sarah Fielke BOM, table runner for my sister and baby quilt for a future grand-niece!

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  125. Congratulations on your desire to continue to blog so that we can enjoy your creativity.
    What lovely neutral fabrics. A treasure to have. I am currently working on 3 pixelated heart gift quilts for some really special people.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  126. I love your fabrics! Right now I'm working on a Half-square-triangle exchange piece that I am turning into Lady of the Lake.
    Congratulations on your anniversary!

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  127. I am making one of your zipper pouch patterns. Laura

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  128. Love your stuff! Happy Anniversary and thanks for the giveaway. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  129. I absolutely love your patterns, design and aesthetic! I've been collecting your printed fabrics for a low volume project that is due in September. Happy Anniversary!

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  130. I'm working on a dotty start quilt from APQ

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  131. I love your blog - you inspire me to try new things and push my creativity in new directions. Currently I am working on a pieced neutral-toned throw for my sofa. It would be an honor to have your beautiful fabrics to include in my project.

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  132. Love,love,love those fabrics.. I am working on scrap quilts to donate. I am trying to make them masculine as it seems most quilts donated seem to be more suited to females.

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  133. Congratulations! Love the colors in this pack! I'm working on some scrappy bento bags right now. Stash busting = spring cleaning, right?

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  134. Just finished sewing my first purse and about to start an embroidery/EPP stitch-along!

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  135. I am working on a disappearing nine patch quilt to donate to charity, and I'm planning a few shopping bags when it is finished. Thank you for the discount code---I always seem to miss your pattern sales.

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  136. Congrats on six years! I love going back to old projects and seeing how far I have come :) I am finishing binding on my Long Time Gone quilt and need to work on some charity pillows as well

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  137. Hi Svetlana! I'm working on the Millefiore quilt (EPP), and also a quilt using Carrie Bloomston's new fabric line Dreamer. I always have one on the machine and one to work on in the evenings! I love your fabrics,quilt patterns & quilts. Thank you!

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  138. Congratulations on your 6 year anniversary! I am working on organizing my sewing room!

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  139. congratulations, for 6years and many more year. Not many people keep the blog going and is not easy, I know that :) I'm working on pink quilt for my daughter teacher, soon my only daughter will leaving her elementary school.

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  140. I am working on a quilt for my new great nephew...a Plus quilt! I enjoy your esthetic Svetlana. Thank you for the chance on a giveaway!

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  141. Congrats on six years! I love your blog, thanks for all the inspiration! I am working on the pennysampler quilt.

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  142. Congratulations on your 6 year blog anniversary!! I am working on a quilt for my nephew who is getting married in June.
    Patty
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  143. Happy Anniversary! You have such pretty and unique fabrics! I have just finished my quilt top for the Postcard From Sweden quilt along. Next step is to get it sandwiched and quilted. I just need to find some time.

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  144. Congratulations on six years! I am finishing up a mini quilt for a swap. :-)

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  145. I am making a weighted blanket and a flannel scrap quilt as a baby gift. Congrats on your years as a blogger. Your projects are always fun to see.

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  146. I'm working on two quilts for charity.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  147. WOW! Six years...cogratulations! I'm making another dividend basket. Because...you can never have too many! I'd be honored to win a pack of your beautiful fabric. I would make some more of my favorite things!

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  148. Congratulations on six years! And thanks for the awesome giveaway. I love these charms. I'm working on a thread-painted pouch for a friend's birthday gift.

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  149. Congrats!! I'm currently trying to balance a few projects: a quilt top to donate, some clothing items for my sisters and sometime soon some selfish sewing for myself. :o)

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  150. Congratulations on your six year Blogiversary! Your screen printed panels make me weak in the knees. Currently I am making an improv patchwork table runner.

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  151. I'm piecing approx. 200 HST's which I received in a friendship exchange.

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  152. I am working on a small quilt for my daughters first grade class

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  153. I am working on one of those UFOs that you get when you take a class and come home and put it away and then don't work on it for a long time. Not sure why I put it away, because now that I have it out and working on it again----I really like it.

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  154. I'm working on a middling for the 70273 Project and making some folded bags to put in the bag.

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  155. Congratulations, imagine if you made a quilt block for every blog post. That would be a big quilt. I am working on some charity quilts. I should be doing some spring cleaning. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  156. Just finshing sewing together 7 one-inch hexagons to make a rosette. Took a class where the quilt sample was beautiful.I've made 5 rosettes, class quilt had almost 200, 1755 hexagons in total.
    Pot holders are always handy.

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  157. Congratulations!!!! I am presently working on finishing some older projects, one is an EPP quilt which is taking forever to put together. x

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  158. Great! Congratulations! I am finishing off some quilt tops ready to machine quilt.

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  159. Congratulations and thanks for the chance.
    I am currently working on some burp cloths for my new grandson.
    sru60@aol.com

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  160. Thanks for the fab giveaway! I am working on a quilt for my mum but sssshhhh, it's a secret 😁

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  161. Congratulations on the 6 year blogiversary!
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    At present I'm attempting to make my very first baby girl dress for a friend's newborn.

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  162. Congratulations on the anniversary of your wonderful blog! I'm just about to start quilting an Irish chain quilt and I'm trying to learn continental knitting in between :)

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  163. Congratulations. I'm so excited for you. Im also a little in awe of the amazing growth you have made over the last 6 years. Your screen printing is amazing.

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  164. Hi Svetlana. Congratulations! I love following your. You are so talented and you make so many beautiful things. Right now I sew and knit various equipment for our little grandchild, expected to arrive in August.

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  165. Congrats on the 6 years, and here's to many many more. I'm in EPP mode at the moment and am jumping between three different quilts depending on my mood and when I'm sewing.

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  166. Congratulations on your anniversary Svetlana - I am having one at the moment too - 300 posts! Anyway far too many projects on the go as usual but my favourite is the cot quilt for my new great nephew! xx

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  167. I am sewing a large carry-on bag for a customer at this time, plus other bags in various stages, a quilt for my daughter and several crochet projects!

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  168. Beautiful screen prints. Currently working on quilt for my Daughter using Reel Time fabric as she is studying film and TV at college.

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  169. Love those prints! I'm working on baby bonnets.

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  170. Congrats. I've been following your blog ever since I met you at a Xmas bazaar where I bought some of your little birds. Love your print screening. Right now I'm trying to decide whether to make a bag for myself or start another quilt to give away.

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  171. Love the prints! So inspiring!

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  172. I love your blog! Yesterday, I started cutting out a black and white log cabin quilt. I have 3 quilt tops that are about to be finished but I chose to start another one instead. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize!

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  173. I enjoy your blog. I'm currently sewing the binding on two finished quilts. Thanks

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  174. The years flash by don't they. Currently enjoying a BOM with little things in between.

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  175. I'm making 13 zipper bags for favors at a bachelorette party. I'm using the zipper install technique from your patchwork pouches with a boxed, two-tone bag design.

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  176. I just love this fabric!! I'm currently working on triangle placemats...16 of them!! I love the design, but boy...that's a lot of placemats!

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  177. Gorgeous fabric! I'm making some grocery bags for my sister at the moment. Congrats on 6 years.

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  178. Congratulations on 6 years! I only discovered you less than a year ago and glad I did.

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  179. I am working on a new baby quilt and a back pack for my daughter. Congrats on your 6 year anniversary.

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  180. I just finished a darling dress using Grainline Studio's Alder Dress pattern. Recently, I made several drawstring project bags using your lovely pattern.

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  181. Congratulatons Svetlana on your 6th Anniversary! I enjoy reading your blog and seeing your wonderful creations there and in magazines. I am currently working on a Sugar Pop and Change quilt using my Cotton + Steel scraps.

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  182. Happy Blog-iversary! I'm working on some flat-bottomed zipper bags for Mother's Day.

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  183. What cute fabric prints! I love the look and the colors. I am working on quilting a mystery quilt that I made last year.

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  184. I love your screen prints. I just finished some mending and am looking at my list to decide what project to start next. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  185. I hate to say what I'm working on, because you'll laugh!!! Mug rugs!!! But, they are very special. We have a quilt group we have decided to name Quilting Women Acting Crazy, or QWACs. I found some duck fabric, and I will be making each member one. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  186. Hi Svetlana, I'm in the middle of doing two Nina wristlets. I really can only work on them weekends. I was waiting for zippers and zipper pulls from Etsy stores. Those have arrived, so maybe I can finish the projects this weekend. I'm getting psyched up to make some new shirts, too.

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  187. Congratulations on six years! I am currently working on Jen Kingwells Long Time Gone quilt!

    Caribousmom@aol dot com

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  188. I love your prints. I just finished a bright lap quilt. Haven't decided what to start next. (Maybe I'll dive into one of my unfinished quilts. What a novel idea!)

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  189. I love all the things that you make! I am working on a wonky mini house quilt. It is pretty cute! Thanks!!

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  190. I'm making a compass and square quilt a mystery quilt by Litzy House, wonderful pattern. Congrats on 6 years, love your work! Here's to more years to come!

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  191. Congratulations 6 years!!! That's awesome πŸ‘πŸΌ Ever since I found your tutorial for the little quilt as you go bag (can't remember the exact name at the moment) you've given me the confidence to try new things and I've loved every moment of it ❣️ Thank you 😊

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    1. Ohhhh and I'm trying the moji pants right now😬🀞🏻

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  192. What a wonderful celebration - congratulations! I love love your prints and aesthetic designs. I am working on the Sewcial Bee quilt, the Milky Way quilt and a new quilt for my 9 year old. I need to add a few fill in projects which I can get done quicker. And, I recently cleaned up a messy sewing room, hurrah!

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  193. Congratulations!! It must be joy looking back and realizing just how much you have accomplished! I'm sewing clothes with knit fabric these days, my new serger is the one to blame!

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  194. congratulations. these fabrics are lovely. If I were to choose from all the lovely patterns they would be 1)Cora Handbag 2)Alice Purse 3)Quilted Pillow Cover Thanks for this sweet chance

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  195. Congrats! I really enjoy your posts. Right now I am working on several projects, but the one that most has my attention is the converging Corners pattern.
    Happy Quilting!
    Kathy

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  196. Gratulerer! I am working on a couple of quilts with hexagons from five years ago - nice to finally (Maybe) finish them.....

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  197. binding a charity quilt this weekend! six years! wow. so much inspiration!

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