Thursday, 6 November 2014

Oakshott Charm Pack Giveaway and Optical Illusions Book Party

So it is my stop on the Optical Illusions Book Party blog hop.  As it says on the cover, this book contains a beautiful selection of quilts from a variety of modern quilt designers and I've chosen a few of my favourites further down in the post to give you a taste of the style of quilts in the book.  


For my stop on the blog hop, I am giving away two Oakshott colourshott charm packs plus one Oakshott sample pack. 


And of course my favourite quilt in the book is this Old Dutch quilt made and designed by Melissa Corry inspired by a field of windmills on a recent family holiday.  Made using an Oakshott Italy Fat Eighth bundle, the quilt has a lovely traditional feel made modern with the use of solids which I love.  


Other stunning quilts from the book which really caught my eye include water ripples by Jessica Toye ... 
... Curvilinear by Katie Larson ...
... and 3D Diamonds by Jenifer Dick.


So be in with a chance of winning the three Oakshott charm/sample packs, leave a comment below, any comment at all, perhaps one with a pun in to keep me entertained! 

201 comments:

  1. I am very bad with puns sorry :) But I love the hop and great modern quilts!!
    Thanks for the chance!! :)

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  2. I didn't know that quilts grew legs! (and sometimes hands, too!)

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  3. No, not even one pun....intended. Yes, I too love the Old Dutch quilt and how the fabric gave this traditional block a very clean, modern look.

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  4. What a neat book! Thanks for sharing it! My first interest in quilting was illusion quilts. What's Barbie's favorite country? K Ken-ya!

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  5. Gorgeous quilts! Here is a halloween inspired one, just a little late :) Why did the ghost cross the road? To get to the "other side"! :)

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  6. Thanks for the giveaway. Really love all the Oakshott fabrics. Sorry, I'm not very punny, but I really love your blog and the work you do, so feel good!

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  7. I love quilting and have plenty of material witnesses! Wahooo!

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  8. There once was an old lady who couldn't sleep
    She decided to give her blogs a peep
    Five hours late
    She rushes out the gate
    Hoping for the job to keep

    Ha! Not bad for 5:00 in the morning :) of course, I'll realize how bad it is later. But you did say you wanted a pun, which clearly means an off the cuff limerick would be even more exciting! Hope you have a wonderful day. And I hope I win the beautiful Oakshott Cotton. It is truly gorgeous :)
    Magistra13 at yahoo dot com
    Beth

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  9. Book looks great. I love the feet in the shots!

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  10. Found on pinterest: "I play with scissors for the shear fun of it." Well, it's a pun and is sort of quilting related! I hope I win!

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  11. Too early in the morning for puns! The early bird does NOT get the verb.

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  12. I have always loved optical illusions quilts. It's fun to see what you can accomplish in fabric.

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  13. hey I would like to win soo - thanks for the chance at this day <3 <3 <3
    My English is so bad - but the win is so fat
    Hugs from Gemany
    Zickizick

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  14. I'd love to be in with an (Oak) Shott of winning these lovely prizes! Gorgeous quilts, what a lovely book.

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  15. Another quilt added to my Want-to-make list - Old Dutch in autumn colors. It would be awesome!

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  16. love all the quilts and would love a chance to win!

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  17. I love the 3D diamonds quilt. It was apparently quite a feat to keep the person's feet out of the picture. Defeeted the photographer it seems. (groan)

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  18. What a fun giveaway! For which I am always up for! Those quilts are amazing!

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  19. Love the modern look of these quilts and the fabric colors. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  20. Those quilts are amazing. Love old Dutch. Have to stick up for my mother country. :-)

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  21. Old Dutch is a great pattern. I love the way this type of pattern allows you to see the design differently at different moments.

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  22. I enjoy quilting and have lots of fabricated evidence.

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  23. What an inspiring book! Looks like fun and the Oakshotts are beautiful.

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  24. Fun quilt--I'm really drawn to the fabrics!

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  25. Optical illusions Quilts are a great way to play with fabric

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  26. I'd love some fabric!!
    Thx 4 the chance 2 win!

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  27. I really like the Old Dutch quilt, the colours are perfect in it.

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  28. Who needs mind altering drugs - just look at curvilinear! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  29. I am not on drugs, put looking at some of those quilts I might just be having flash backs. All of the quilts are great and i just love a good illusion when I see one. I did not inhail.

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  30. The quilts in this book are just awesome! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  31. There once was a quilter called Lily
    Who sometimes could be quite silly
    Her real name was Lynne
    And with needle and pin
    She created things all wily-nily

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  32. That Ripple quilt is gorgeous!! Wow!!
    What did the buffalo say to his son when he left for college?
    Bison

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  33. this is going to be a really fun book to make quilts from.

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  34. I would "opt to call" Oakshott my new obsession

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  35. Hi!!!! Love the quilts I have seen from this book!!!! Really fun!!!! Thank You

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  36. What amazing quilts. I too really like the Dutch Windmill. It's a simple design and the minimum contrast between the windmill blades and the background makes it fun to really 'see' the blades. Thanks for hosting this giveaway. Sorry, no pun for you.

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  37. I love the Old Dutch quilt, those muted colours and the circular quilting are perfect.

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  38. Those are incredible quilts! I can't think of anything punny at the moment and that's unusual. Very.

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  39. The movement in those quilts is crazy cool!

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  40. Corduroy pillows are making headlines. How's that?
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. The ripples quilt is awesome.

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  42. Love these quilts - would love to win the Oakshott charms as you could say my life is in pieces!

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  43. What clever quilts!

    t_ktl@yahoo.com

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  44. Love the ripples quilt sai the blind man ashepicked up his hammer and saw! Mumbird3 at gmail.com

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  45. I love the beautiful Oakshott! It's "charming"!

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  46. Oakshotts are THE BEST!!! I would love to add some to my fabric 'stache!

    Liz
    boltonia55@yahoo.com

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  47. Beautiful quilts. Would love to take an OK shot at all of them.

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  48. I can't choose a favorite! THey are all unique in some way.

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  49. The 3 D diamonds quilt is really dimensional! Love it!

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  50. It’s hard to explain puns to a kleptomaniac, because they always take things literally. :D

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  51. I love the ripple quilt, and the oakshott fabrics are awesome!

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  52. I love Oakshott and I really like 3D Diamonds from the book! Don't know if it's a pun, or not, but I'd like to think that those 3D Diamonds could be THIS girl's best friend..

    xo Linda

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  53. They are all lovely but I like the Dutch Windmills the best!

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  54. Love the effect optical illusions have. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  55. That Curvilinear quilt is groovy baby!

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  56. HI, this looks like a really neat book>love the Dutch Pinwheels! The traditional Pinwheel block is my all time favorite! Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  57. Sometimes I think I should do something besides sew - then I realize how silly I'm being and go back to sewing.

    {author unknown}

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  58. The examples are all really nice. Any of them would make a great welcome to the neighborhood quilt. Can't think of any puns now - sorry. But thank you for putting my name in the hat for the drawing!

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  59. My mind is turning already! Hope I win!
    jmirdoch@calgaryflames.com

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  60. I like Melissa's quilt, too. I'm heading out to buy the book.

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  61. I can really see the optical illusions in your pictures! The other pix I've seen were close ups and couldn't really see the illusions. They are wonderful!!

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  62. I love. Oakshott fabrics and I would love to win some, fingers are crossed.

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  63. I like the hanging legs from the quilt on the cover.

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  64. Where do you stick your puns when you're not using them? The PUNcushion! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  65. To write with a broken pencil is pointless. I have yet to try Oakshott fabrics. Maybe this might be my lucky day!! sandybailey55@hotmail.com

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  66. A dyslexic man walks into a bra...

    I'm loving the blue one by Jessica Toye. At first I couldn't figure out why it looked like it had movement - using the small black and white pieces really is a subtle way to give it that 3D effect!

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  67. I cant do pus but the quilts with legs remind me of those eggcups with legs that my kids had 30 yrs ago.

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  68. Didnt mean to say'pus' should have said puns !!

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  69. It's too late in the day for me to think of a pun. I'll just leave a bog standard comment.

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  70. All of these quilts are simply stunning, I hope that I am in the running. Thanks for the giveaway.

    janie.mccombs@@yahoo.com

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  71. Oakshotts are one of my quilty pleasures!

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  72. I love the modern looking quilts and patterns but I have a special place in my heart for the oldies but goodies! :)
    I enjoy reading your blog and follow you on Bloglovin. Thanks for the opportunity to participate in the give away! :)
    Tom
    tomdcranford@yahoo.com

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  73. WOW, every blog has more cool pics, this is a great "party". Thanks for the chance to win.

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  74. The Curvilinear confirms that curves are OK again. I love it.

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  75. What do ghosts serve for dessert?
    Ice Scream.

    What's a monster's favorite play?
    Romeo and Ghouliet.

    What do you get when you cross Bambi with a ghost?
    Bamboo.
    Still in Halloween mode here, my skeletons are still hanging around. No puns but elementary humor rampant. Thanks.

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  76. The last one looks stunning. I was just learning about optical illusions with my girl and we had great fun to go over a lot of pictures

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  77. I am SEW excited to win...... oh that was SEW lame. Sew sorry! :) :)

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  78. My kids always called them "optical delusions'!! Kinda like son who always called pencils "penkils " so we all call them that now....family goofiness at its' best

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  79. When life gives you sraps make a quilt. I know, not very original but the best I could come up with in the few minutes I have to surf the web during lunch. Thanks for the chance.
    dragonfly9716 at yahoo dot com

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  80. Campers make the best lovers..... all their loving is "in tents"....!
    Would love me some Oakshott!

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  81. Oh how I love Oakshott! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. What clever commenters you have- I wish I knew a pun for you. But I do thank you for the give a way. rjc2cam(at)gmail(dot)com

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  83. I gave it my best (Oak)shot, but couldn't come up with a worthy pun! That fabric is gorgeous and the book looks the same! Thanks for the (Oak)shot at winning!

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  84. Holy wow! That 3-D quilt has me SEEING 3-D!!! No pun intended! hahaha P.S. Really though, awesome quilt!

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  85. I just returned from quilt retreat where I was constantly needled! Thank you for the opportunity to win some Oakshott!!!

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  86. I really like the Old Dutch quilt. Thank you (sorry I know no puns)
    jlblvn at gmail dot com

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  87. I'm never able to make a pun deliberately (unlike my brother who can riff them together without end) although I'm occasionally embarrassed by unintentional ones. My next long term project is a Dear Jane quilt. The only fabric that will do for this labour of love is Oakshott. I'm thinking that these lovely shot cottons will make the traditional design a traditional/modern fusion. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  88. I have a vision of dancing elephants in my head made with oakshott. No idea why but those optical quilts made me think of the drunk sequence in Dumbo

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  89. Like the Curvelinear quilt. Very stunning.

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  90. Is the color shot on the Oakshott colourshott fabrics? I sure would be charmed to win the Oakshott colourshott charm pack.

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  91. Uh...I'm tempted to ask my husband for a pun but I wont, cause it'd be bad, and you'd cringe :) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  92. With all these cute rhymes & puns I know I don't have a "shot" at winning but a woman has to try right?
    Jeri oldtismeataol.com

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  93. Love me some Oakshott colourshott charm packs!

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  94. I love the charm packs and all the quilts, but I find Water Ripples moving!

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  95. How about this one: I play with scissors for the shear fun of it!

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  96. Not sure how entertaining it is, but here goes -- Some doting parents are son worshipers.

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  97. These are so neat, when I scroll up my webpage, they almost look like they move within the quilt!!

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  98. Hi there Lynn,
    I really enjoy the patterns you design for Love Patchwork magazine.
    Thanks so much for the giveaway,
    Jacqueline in Pitt Meadows

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  99. Ok....." Hit me with your best Shott" I sew need to make a few of these dynamite quilts!

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  100. Water ripples really is a moving piece. I hadn't seen that one yet! So exciting. (sorry no pun, my butt hurts, like one of the ligaments that hurt all the time when I was pregnant. I'm not with child! Stop it, Butt!)

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  101. Old Dutch is now on my list of "want to make" quilts! And, because it's comprised of HST and squares, I CAN make it. I appreciate that Melissa has even supplied the world with an instructional video for the spiral quilting she used.
    And for your entertainment... There once was a person who sent ten different puns to friends, with the hope that at least one of the puns would make them laugh. No pun in ten did.

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  102. I love curvilinear .... Think it's just me curvi and linear in all the wrong places.

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  103. Wow! How cool is this book! And of course the fabric is fabulous too! Thanks!

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  104. Thanks for sharing w/us! I really need to add this book to my collection.

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  105. Great giveaway. Thank you!

    cheris46@hotmail.com

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  106. While I love the quilt ... Curvilinear, it does make my head spin! Really want to find this book and see what else is in there.

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  107. Wow, this book looks fantastic.
    I am a quilter and my life is in pieces!

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  108. Pun? Pun? It's a Pun Hun! Seriously I love the Curvilinear quilt, would love to make it! Thanks for the chance on the giveaway!

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  109. i am punless or maybe its penniless haha either way a win would better my day for sure.

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  110. I like the Water Ripples quilt!

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  111. Love the 3-D Diamonds quilt.
    Why was 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 8 9! Get it???

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  112. A pun - what's that, Hun?
    Great quilts - fun too.

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  113. The quilts are really cool!
    How about this:
    I'm glad I know sign language, it's pretty handy!

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  114. Oakshot WONDERFUL and the optical illusion quilts are amazing! jkrehel@yahoo.com

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  115. Love the 3D diamonds one.....

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  116. I saw this recently....My husband lets me buy all the fabric I can hide.

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  117. This book looks like it has a lot of interesting patterns.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  118. Seven days without a pun makes one weak!
    Would love to win.
    Thank you for the chance.

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  119. Beautiful quilts! I can't think of anything clever at the moment.

    Jackiethompson323(at)gmail.com

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  120. Doth mine eyes deceive me?!
    Not a pun, but that is what popped into my head.

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  121. The quilts in the book are really amazing. I am all punned out at the moment.Thank you for the chance to win.

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  122. I am sew excited about Oakshott cottons! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  123. What does a clock do when it's hungry? It goes back four seconds.
    Oh well, so much for my puns :)
    Love the optical illusions, love Melissa, but I really like the 3D Diamonds.

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  124. Cool quilts. I can't wait to see them all. I'm all out of puns for the day. Work pun-ished me!

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  125. I can't think of a single pun, but I like the book! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  126. It's time to give up jogging for your health when your thighs keep rubbing together and starting your pants on fire:)
    This would be my first ever solids quilt or runner or purse or whatever I decide to make w/the Oakshott charm Pack so thank you for sharing. Loving the Water Ripples

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  127. I really cotton the idea of optical illusion quilts.

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  128. The quilts look amazing. Thanks for the review and giveaway.

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  129. A small boy swallowed some coins and was taken to a hospital. When his grandmother telephoned to ask how he was a nurse said 'No change yet'.

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  130. Wow I can't get over curvilinear!! So far that's my favorite!

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  131. love the quilt and I'm so glad to see that you are not with word press. I so dislike them. I've been trying all night to comment on quilts with blog that have word press and I can't comment. ARGH!!!

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  132. Have loved reading the puns...but I seem to have no puns to give..that make me punles I see...so sad bein' punless..sigh....

    Love this book too...very cool!

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  133. Wow! The quilts are great. I love the optical illusions. Old Dutch looks like something I could do. I'm not sure about the others, but I'd love to try. Thanks for the great blog and the giveaway.

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  134. I'm not good at puns, I wish I were. I just found this blog, and I'm glad I did, I look forward to reading your posts. Have a wonderful day. dawnm1993@gmail.com

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  135. Great looking quilts. I'd love to work with that fabric bundle!

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  136. Optical illusion quilts are fascinating. Thanks for the chance to win. mfhagopian@aol.com

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  137. very cool quilts - I think my boys would like this style a lot! And I always keep my fingers crossed for Oakshott's!

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  138. I don't have a pun, but I do have a favorite quote: "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it may be necessary from time to time to give a stupid or misinformed beholder a black eye." -Miss Piggy
    Thanks for the chance to win this great new quilt book.

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  139. I can't pun on command, but my pup will pee on command.. does that work for you?? I'm fascinated with the optical illusion patterns..

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  140. I'm not very punny, nor very funny--sorry about the lack of entertainment factor here! I have been quilting with Oakshot cottons for the very first time and I am absolutely in love.

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  141. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  142. The last quilt is great. It reminds me of a decomposed

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  143. Love the fabric, and a great challenge quilt would be fun!

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  144. Here's an awful pun for you: Quilting and quilters are part of the rich fabric of life. :)

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  145. Sorry, I have no puns. I love the blue water ripples quilt.

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  146. Love all your ripples! Great quilts and great fabric to win. Many thanks for the chance.

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  147. 3D diamonds - these look like crazy fun!

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  148. Love these fabric and would love to win. b.j.day68@gmail.com

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  149. This book looks great. I can't think of any puns for you though - sorry!
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  150. Love this book! I'd like to try the old dutch man one tool.

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  151. My dad was a great punster, but this pun comes from a frustrating day at work when the color copier was making me crazy by not working correctly. I called administration to report the situation and try to get a little sympathy about my report being late. The Admin Asst asked me, "Is the color copier making you blue?" I got a good laugh from that! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  152. Wish I was feeling punnier this morning. thanks for a great giveaway.
    allisonpogany@gmail.com

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  153. Oh my, some of those designs make my head spin just looking at them. I wonder if they are easier to sew than they are too look at. (Sorry, all out of puns.)

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  154. All of these quilts are simply beautiful and I can't pick which one I like best! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  155. New Granddaughter on her way...

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  156. Love the quilts and thanks for the chance to win:)

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  157. I don't have a pun, sorry, but the 3D diamonds quilt is fantastic!

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  158. These are lovely. I think the 3-D Diamonds and the Curvilinear need to be added to my list of 2015 projects. Thanks for sharing! notwendy gmail

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  159. Old Dutch is my favorite too.

    I'd love to be able to give those charm packs a shott
    (is that a pun?)

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  160. Sew sorry. Reading the comments above just kept me in stitches. I just can't come up with any new material. I'm feeling a bit slow, if things around here don't pick up, I'll just have to bolt. There's hardly anything punny left to write so I'll just have to quilt while I'm ahead. kthurn@bektel.com

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  161. The quilts in the book are very interesting.
    jitney41@gmail.com

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  162. The Curvilinear quilt is insane, I love it

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  163. I'm just dye-ing to get my hands on....ugh. That's such a bad pun I can't even finish it.

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  164. I'm not a punner, but I do love that 3D diamonds quilt!

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  165. I really like the 3D Diamond quilt. And we're very punny here, but ... yikes, it's tough to pun on demand. lol

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  166. Love the optical delusions - because lets face it.. how many of us will actually MAKE these!?!? :-)

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  167. Currently, I'm free motion quilting or attempting to quilt a Modern Disappearing 9-Patch using the Baptist Fan design. My quilting, so far, isn't going very well, but hopefully will improve with more practice. So, I will be naming this quilt "Practicing Baptist".

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  168. Love the quilts in this book!

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  169. I'd love a shott at winning these Oakshott packs!
    If I don't win, I'll be saying SHOOT!

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  170. I can't think of a pun but my son just told me this joke. "What's a bear with no teeth?" ..."A gummy bear!" :)

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  171. Of course I can`t think of a pun at all right now - but I hope to win the fabric - it`s gorgeous.
    Pauline

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  172. Ah! I am no good under pressure and I have holiday brain. These look great though - love the curvilinear one

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  173. I am no good at puns but am having a ball following the hop. Love the Curviliner quilt.

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  174. Sorry, I couldn't do a pun, but could do with a tonne of fabric!!!

    Thanks for the chance to win

    Hugs Nomes

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  175. Well, all the puns I can think of are ones my 5 and 7 yr. old have come home from school with, and all involve "potty talk" that I'm trying desperately to get them to stop... so I'll leave you with the only joke I can ever remember (again in the 5-7 age range...) "What's a duck's favorite food?" "Quackers!" (groan!) sarah@forrussia.org

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  176. This looks like a book I'll have to check out. Being Dutch, I have to like the first one, but Curvilinear would be great in Oakshotts and 3D diamonds is tempting, too! No pun (sorry, too early in the morning for me to be funny...)

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  177. The water ripples quilt by Jessica Toye is stunning! I'm not good at puns!

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  178. These quilts knock my socks off and make my head spin.

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  179. Really interesting quilts, I love optical illusions!

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  180. Love the 3D diamonds , amazing that the triangles blend into curves love that !

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  181. I'd like to take a shot tat some of the quilts in this great looking book.

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  182. The quilts are amazing. The prize is charming.

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  183. New to quilting and Love the charm packs

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  184. Oakshott's would look great in illusion quilts like the one Melissa sewed up.

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  185. Sorry, I can't think of anything witty to say, but I would definitely love some oakshotts! Thanks for the chance.

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  186. Fresh out of puns! Thanks for the chance.

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  187. Love the houses! I have yet to see the oakshott fabric in the flesh- eye. No shops carry it Anywhere near me. Lovely ideas in those photos. Thank you for the chance to wi
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  188. Love the fabrics! Sorry, but me and puns would not leave you in stitches ;o)

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