Merrily, merrily rowing…

Except I’m late!

And behind – more on that in a moment.

Welcome to the Beauty of a Blog Hop – a hop for the Moda All-Stars All-in-a-Row book!


Compiled by – corralled by? – Lissa Alexander.  ModaLissa.  Friend.  Mentor.  Mother Hen.  Big sister – though not “older sister”.  Guidance counselor.  Awesome quilter.  Big-picture thinker.

Published by Martingale ~ That Patchwork Place.  Editor – Jennifer Keltner.  See list above.  (It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Lissa and Jennifer are good friends – they have a lot in common.)

All royalties from the All In A Row book will go to NoKidHungry – a charitable organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger.

For the hop, two designers – rowers – were paired and each of us was to make the other person’s row.

This is the row by Brenda Riddle – it’s called Garland Knot.


It’s made with fabrics from Brenda’s Ambleside collection…


The nine-patches – they look like they’re fussy-cut with the way the flowers are placed in the squares.  But they’re not – Brenda is just. that. good.


Brenda loves applique – and she’s really good at it.


More leaves – there were several beautiful green prints in Ambleside.  I particularly like the large floral print that she cut up for some of the leaves – there’s a bit of green and that’s all that matters.


On the back – her “label”.  It’s perfect.

So are you sensing that I might possibly be stalling here… maybe perhaps… probably.


This is as far as I got.  It was all those leaves!

Not really, there is only one reason.  I moved this past weekend – just across the street but let it suffice to say that there are were piles of stuff everywhere.  All of which means – I not only didn’t finish, I didn’t even really get started.

But that does sort of tie in with something I noticed while reading the book… one of my favorite things in the book is a little “skinny” from each designer.


We were each asked a list of questions and some of our answers were included.

Some of the questions were relating to the group…


And cleaning.


This is Brenda’s answer – but she’s not alone!  Ladies, this is a very compulsive group of tidy-uppers.

Fortunately, there are a few of us who replied that the only thing stopping us from starting a new project is nothing – being awake means we’re ready.

Beginning on February 1st, there will be an All In A Row Quilt-along.  It will run through March 15th and there will be prizes!  For every row you complete, you’ll receive one entry.  Complete six rows – you get six entries.  Easy, right?  More details will be coming – details will be on Martingale’s All In A Row Quilt-Along Facebook page.

On Facebook and Instagram – follow the hashtag – #allinarowquiltalong.

So here’s who is hopping and when – it’s a bevy of beauties!

January 18: Brenda Riddle & moi.

January 19: Corey Yoder & Janet Clare

January 20: Me & My Sister (aka Barb & Mary) & Barbara Brackman

January 21: Pat Sloan & Edyta Sitar

January 22: Camille Roskelley & Kathy Schmitz

January 23: Sweetwater (Karla, Lisa & ) & Blackbird Designs (Alma & Barb)

January 24:  Anne Sutton & Laurie Simpson

January 25: Lisa Bongean & Joanna Figueroa

January 26: Betsy Chutchian & Jen Kingwell

January 27: Kate Spain & Sandy Gervais

January 28: Kaari Meng & Lynne Hagemeir

If you leave a comment by Friday, January 22nd – midnight – you’ll be entered to win a copy of the book and a couple of Layer Cakes to get you started on your rows.

Who knows, even waiting for the fabric and the book, there is a really good chance you’ll finish your first row before I do!  (And no, I’m not counting the house row I made for the book.)

Whew.  Done.  I’m off to sew…

Or work.  One of those.

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164 comments on “Merrily, merrily rowing…

  1. Darlene B says:

    I love reading your blog, Carrie! You are always so honest and open. I would probably be in the same boat you are with not having your block done. That’s why I’m hesitant to start the row-by-row quilt-a-long. I’d probably get stuck after the first one! And yes, my sewing room could use a little tidying…. Hope your move went well!

  2. Hildy says:

    I love the lable Brenda added to her row what a cute idea! I have the book but didn’t make a row yet so you’re not alone. But several aree on my list including your houses.
    But I would love to know more about the quilt-along: 1. I’m not on facebook or instagram. Can I still join in? (by sending a phot per email to you perhaps?). 2. Need the row to look the same as in the book or can we change it (perhaps make it shorter or longer). 3. If we made a sampler will this count as one entry or will each row be an extra entry. 4. The most important one: is our sewing studio now bigger then in your old appartment or did you need to say goodbye to some fabrics (shock, hopefully not;-)

  3. Lori Smanski says:

    hope your move was successful. have fun unpacking, especially your quilting boxes. LOL wow i love the idea of the Skinnies. i love learning about the different designers

  4. Janan says:

    Well I hope you get settled in soon. I hesitate to start another project right now, but those little spools row really has caught my attention! I have been organizing my sewing room this past weekend and I think my stash needs help. I have some fabrics on hand, but most are kits with the patterns. How do I ever get a “stash” that will allow me to make a “scrappy” looking quilt? When I go to the quilt shop, I get overwhelmed because I want all of it!! Maybe, I will get a few fat quarters or cahrms and …………and ………… Maybe I will start this quiltalong …………!!

  5. Christine says:

    Hi, Carrie. This book grabbed me the first time I sighted it. Now having these extra little details from and about each designer makes it all the sweeter. Even if I never make a row!
    Christine from Pntario

  6. Margaret says:

    This sounds like a lot of fun!

  7. Leota Krantz says:

    I have been waiting for this. Sounds like a blast.

  8. Jill Neely says:

    Your house row is one of my favorites, I just love it!

  9. Connie Campbell says:

    Sounds like this will be a great blog hop Carrie and I would love to take part! Can’t wait!

  10. Loris Mills says:

    These rows are all so beautiful and a charming way to get to know each designer. The quilt is just plain fun and heartwarming! Thank you so much for the giveaway opportunity. I would love to ‘row along’ 🙂
    Hope you are happily getting settled into your new digs on the other side of the street. Moving can be such a challenge but hopefully it will be worth your efforts and a new view!

  11. Sally says:

    I love the animals on the quilt – especially the tiny butterflies! Looking at the sample today my color idea was sherbet colors.

  12. Carolyn Sands says:

    This is a great book for an even greater cause. Thanks for a chance to win.

  13. Mary says:

    Well, there’s just not enough time for everything! The book looks like loads of fun, and I’m looking forward to more of the hop and the Quilt-Along. Good luck with getting settled in a new place.

  14. Mary Andra says:

    Soooo inspiring. I am so excited my sisters and I will be doing this together. Hope you are able to get settled in your new home quickly. Congratulations again on a fabulous first year with Moda. This year looks to be even greater for you. Lots of hugs to you and Moda staff.

  15. I love Brenda’s row – I’ve been thinking about making an appliqué quilt and this row could be just the inspiration I need! I also think I need to make a quilt entirely of your houses, maybe I’ll just make one quilt for each row?! Hope the unpacking fairy has visited while you’ve been at work…

  16. That looks like a great book! I look forward to the blog hop.

  17. Kay Mc says:

    This looks like such a fun book to inspire me. I tried to match up designers with rows when I first saw this & picked the houses out as your row right away.

  18. Jessica says:

    Oh what a sweet quilt! It’s so pretty! Sounds like a great book!

  19. Deb G. in VA says:

    I’m looking forward to the rest of the blog hop. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book!

  20. Very cute love the houses would love to win book and enjoy the rest of blog hop!

  21. Laura says:

    I’m always up for starting a new project. And I love seeing all the great ideas out in quilt land.
    It’s pretty much the only thing I use the internet for!

  22. Susan Ikin says:

    I tried to pick a favourite row, but looking at each one individually, I love them all equally. Thanks to all the designers who contributed to this.

  23. Karinda Rainwater says:

    I’m so excited for this! I keep checking the hashtag and Facebook page for updates. I can’t wait to read all the blog posts and see what everyone chooses for rows and fabrics. As always, love your blog posts Carrie and I can’t wait to see what you make. Good luck unpacking!

  24. Cathy says:

    Great idea and a great cause. Thanks for coordinating!

  25. Sharon says:

    I am going to make Bren’s Garland Knot into a long-ish sofa pillow to match the Seedlings quilt of her design that I am currently working on. Just love everything she designs! Thanks for the wonderful row-by-row book. Hope to make several other rows to make a quilt…now just to decide on the fabrics for that quilt!

  26. Pris Phillips says:

    Love love love reading ANYTHING you write Carrie!! You always make me smile!! Thank you for your wonderful, honest, humorous blogs and the very fun (inspiring!) photos you include!! I think the book would be lovely to have as a resource for many “mini” projects! I love making baby quilts for our local NICU and I think some of those adorable rows would lend themselves nicely to a modern baby quilt or two or five… 🙂 Happy sewing Carrie! (…after you get unpacked and settled into your new space, that is!) And at some point, we’d love to hear why you moved, and see pics… or is that over at Miss Rosie’s?? I’ll check! Hugs from north Idaho! Warmly, Pris

  27. Judy J says:

    This may inspire me to start doing applique again. Very cute!

  28. speechlaura says:

    Good luck with your move. Unpacking, refolding, sorting and storing fabric was one of the most time consuming parts of my own recent move, but looking at those neat stacks is so satisfying when it’s done! Then I was ready to start a new project.

  29. Dortha says:

    Sounds like a fun little quilt. Look forward to seeing more rows.

  30. Linda Enneking says:

    I am looking forward to the blog hop. It is fun getting to know more about the different designers and see their work.

  31. Rosalind Gutierrez says:

    Love the Row of Houses and Garland Knot plus the fabric makes an eye appealing quilt.

  32. Cathy says:

    This book looks like a lot of fun as does the blog hop. Looking forward to following along.

  33. Robin Riley says:

    I haven’t made a row quilt but this one does entice me. Nice to see designers getting out of their comfort zones. I am new to quilting, so I am always out of my comfort zone! Glad the royalties are going to charity.

  34. LINDA says:

    HELLO! Love reading your blog! Thanks for sharing!

  35. Beth Beal says:

    Wow, that is a lot of work to move across the street, but it was probably one of the easiest moves. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of Brenda’s book and I am looking forward to the hop. They are always so fun!

  36. JanetD says:

    This really is a great book, I looked it over a lot before gifting it at Christmas. Recipient was lucky to get it at all really, keeping it was very tempting. So winning one would be terrific.

  37. QuiltShopGal says:

    I just filed your quote on cleaning in my “humor” file. While I prefer to start a new project with a perfectly clean and organized sewing room, I must confess I’m frequently too eager to start a new project I may not take time to clean and organize. Good news. Today, all of today, has been pretty focused on cleaning and organizing. Of course, I was exhausted and had to take a break to read your blog. 🙂


  38. Karin Erickson says:

    I have not seen this book yet. But it appears this is a must to find. Awesome on the proceeds to such a worthy cause. Thanks, Karin E

  39. Carole williams says:

    This looks like so much fun. If I am physically able I must try this hop! Thanks for all the information.

  40. Marianne says:

    Looks like such a fun book!

  41. Cindi P says:

    I used to do appliqué but always felt it wasn’t good enough! I do love Brenda’s row though. Thanks for the chance to win.

  42. Debby Warthen says:

    I love the book! I am going to try so hard to work this into my schedule of quilting! Great job!

  43. Sandy A in St. Louis says:

    Oh, this looks like so much fun! I have been wanting to do a row quilt but haven’t started yet. This would be a fun one to do!

    Hope you get moved in quickly!

  44. Ethel Tobin says:

    I want to be in this quilt a-long.

  45. kshackabq says:

    Yay. Can’t wait to get through the blog hop. So much fun to see what each of you are doing. Good luck with your unpacking and setting everything up.

  46. Debbie Huber says:

    Hope the move went smoothly. That would put me back from quilting for some time. I hate packing. But I love quilting; and I am so glad it is a new year to start ( and finish) projects.

  47. Lisa F says:

    I love the book. I can’t wait until I see the rest of the rows. Thanks for the giveaway.

  48. Ann in NC says:

    Tempting, very tempting! I hate to think how many surface I would have to clean before I can start a new project! No doubt it would help, but, it would just be one more excuse for not starting! Hope the move went well – still gotta’ pack it all and move it regardless if you move across the street or across the country.

  49. Mary Hickey says:

    Thank you for a chance to win. I would love to do this quilt along. I love reading this blog. I always learn something.

  50. Rebecca says:

    Great looking project. Hmmm if I’m joining

  51. mblittle5 says:

    thanks for the chance to win.

  52. Cecilia says:

    This looks like a lot of fun and I can’t wait to get started. Thanks for the chance to win.

  53. Amy L says:

    If I win, I will row…

  54. duchick says:

    If I were to make any one of the rows, it would be this one! It’s so sweet and cozy. The fabric choices are perfect too!

  55. Pam Peterson says:

    I’m so glad I clicked into this blog today! Looks like some fun and beautiful rows!! So I’ve got most of the Moda Shuffle blocks done- so I’ll be ready for this next challenge ! Would love to win the book, too!

  56. Tonya Hartnell says:

    I love the idea of row quilts! Thank you for the chance to win a great book full of some of my favorite designers!

  57. Lori Morton says:

    Row Quilts are sooooo cool! Love the whole idea! Thank you for chance to win the book & fabric to get started on my own Row Quilt! 🙂

  58. Amy says:

    What fun this is going to be…….I love the idea of a row along! Looking forward to seeing the designers rows!

  59. Janet white says:

    Looks like great book!

  60. Kristy Wilkinson says:

    I love reading your blog posts. They make me smile! The garland is beautiful and your house row looks like a lot of fun to make too. Thanks for making us all feel happy. It is okay to be real. :- ) K-

  61. Nance says:

    I am so excited for the row along! This book looks like so much fun!

  62. Diane Schmutzler says:

    Moving is such a big job. I’m looking at a project that I’m not getting done and I don’t have any excuse. Thank you for your wonderful post. I’m ready to tackle this now.

  63. This book looks so fun!!

  64. Mara says:

    You are so adorable, my favorite part of starting a project is picking out the fabric and then yeah…. it takes a while before I actually START the sewing 🙂

  65. Vicky says:

    I’m behind already because I just ordered the book (middle of the night shopping), but I’m excited about sewing along with everyone from around the country. It’s been forever since my last sew-along. Hope you’re settled in your new place quickly. I don’t think I could do it again so soon. My hat’s off to you!

  66. Debra says:

    So glad I read this blog. I love appliqué too and really love this row. Looking forward to the book and the beautiful works that will be created by our quitting community.

  67. briaryBriary says:

    The Garland Knot looks lovely , think I might have to have a go at this quilt.

  68. Anita says:

    I love the concept of making a quilt row by row!

  69. Jennifer French says:

    Me! Me! Pick me!

  70. Ashley says:

    Love all these rows!

  71. Four dogs and one quilter says:

    Lovely block, quilt along looks like a lot of fun. Good luck with your move. Still have some unopened boxes from our last move.

  72. Linda Smith says:

    I love the new row by row themes! It is so much fun to make a lot of little quilts that could stand alone and put them together to tell a story. Carrie, your blog is my absolute favorite. I look forward to reading it each time. I am so glad you decided to join us in Texas! Thanks for the chance to win a book and fabric. I would be delighted to have this lovely prize!

  73. deb says:

    Love the idea! I still a bit scared of my machine, but I’m getting there! I love the Cuppa fabric, gotta have it!

  74. rosa says:

    Moving is a big job and sometime fun when you find treasures around.The new row blog sounds fun .

  75. Tracey Holzer says:

    I’d be scared of all those leaves, too! Appliqué is not my favourite, but maybe I just need some practice?? Thanks for this chance and have a great day.

  76. Love the fact that all the royalties will go for such a good cause!

  77. Becky S says:

    This looks like such a fun book! I can’t wait to see more rows. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

  78. Carol says:

    This sounds like a lot of fun, I’m a novice quilter and love seeing what other quilters are doing! Thank you you for a wonderful giveaway!

  79. Beth Stanfield says:

    You’re a girl after my own heart. Sometimes the beauty of quilting can be overwhelming!!! I LOVE your house row– more approachable! What a gorgeous book. If love to win it.

  80. This looks like a book I really NEED to have in my collection! Can’t wait to follow along and see what comes next!

  81. Cathy Wilson says:

    A row quilt is definitely on my list of ‘must make someday’ and this book and quilt along have bumped it up several notches! I’d love to win this!

  82. Terri says:

    This would be such a fun project to do with a group of friends as a row exchange! Thanks for sharing your creative ideas.

  83. Anne D. says:

    Lovely row, but that applique does look intimidating! It’s probably time for me to try it, though. Looks like a great QAL (RAL?)

  84. Carol Sc says:

    I so (sew) enjoy reading your blog — I may be a twin 🙂 — your reasoning (excuses?) resonate with me. Keep up the good work! I’m looking forward to following this blog hop.

  85. Donna says:

    What a thrill it would be to win the book and layer cakes! The hardest part is deciding which rows to make! I hope you soon get settled in your new home.

  86. Jeanne says:

    Lovely row, your post was lots of fun today as always, and I’d thoroughly enjoy winning a copy of the book! Thanks!

  87. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I love this book! What a wonderful way to make your own rows how you want them!

  88. Marilyn S. says:

    I love reading your blogs!
    A book and layer cake…does it get any better than that?

  89. Mary Andra says:

    Your so inspirational I can’t wait to start. Question…. Do we have to wait until 2/1/16 to start sewing or can we start now?

  90. Carrie P. says:

    Oh, my! what a wonderful row she made. This book looks like it would be so much fun to sew from. Great giveaway!

  91. Judy says:

    Looks like a very fun quilt along.

  92. Tiffany says:

    I love your honest post! This quilt along looks SUPER AWESOME! I would LOVE to participate!

  93. Pam J says:

    Carrie, I love reading your blog, I relate to what you are saying. Moving is so unsettling. Even more so, when it is a short move. We expect short moves to be easier, but the never are. We still have to pack and unpack everything. I hope your move went well.

  94. carol d. says:

    Woooo, I just read about the Row blog hop..,..I would love the book and a Layer cake to boot, so very fun , thanks for the chance to win!

  95. buntyw says:

    What fun – I love Brendas leaves!

  96. Kay L Ford-Sollimo says:

    Well, this row x row is a nice change from blocks. Might find a space of time to try it out. Congratulations on making a move – any move no matter how far is usually an ordeal one must suffer through. Even when the result is a desired improvement in one’s nest. My hat is off to you – especially having done this in the winter time.

  97. Lois Oberg says:

    I love the idea of doing rows for a change! I have a couple of places that a row would really fit in!!!

  98. I swore I wasn’t going to staeprt anything new, but this is such a cute row that I know I will be hopping and quilting right along bacterial, it is 20 degrees outside so snuggling into my quilting sounds heavenly!

  99. Susan Williams says:

    Love the look of this quilt… love the concept of rows, keeps me from getting bored and starting another quilt…

  100. I so hope your new apartment is super great! It needs to be to worth moving. Oh, the agony! I might need a nap just from thinking about it. I hope you got lots of help and lots of homemade yummy snacks.

  101. judy valentino says:

    just found you blog–love it!!!!

  102. Deb says:

    I’d love to be a part of this row along! Creative idea!

  103. Elizabeth Heggem says:

    I have never done a row by row quilt….now’s the time!

  104. Chris says:

    I am so in love with the birds. I really like row quilts. They are always fun to do. Yours is wonderful.

  105. Kay says:

    Love your blog.
    I have never done a row by row, but sounds like it might be fun.

  106. Megan says:

    Looks like fun!

  107. Lisa says:

    I love the idea of small quilts that be combined in different ways. I might have time for this.

  108. Beverly Young says:

    I love the row by row quilts, and it makes it easy to finish. I love all the Moda designers and your fabrics so I would love to win!!!

  109. This book looks terrific. I love the row designs by all the great designers. Your block is one I’ve chosen to do.

  110. gayle says:

    What a super idea for a book! I’m late to the party, so I’m hopping like crazy to catch up. So many fun designs!

  111. Lisa Marie says:

    So many cute designs in this book! It’s been fun so far to check them out on the blog hop.

  112. Margaret Lippert says:

    Great book. I have yet to try a row quilt but looks very fun. The designs are wonderful and something for everyone’s design tastes. Can’t wait to get started.

  113. Kerry Linklater says:

    Such a beautiful book! Would love to win and participate in the sew along!
    Thanks so much for the give away!


  114. Esther G says:

    This sounds like fun! Fantastic prizes, too!

  115. Kathie L says:

    I love seeing what each of you has designed.

  116. Moving is a big job no matter how far you go. Good luck in your new place! I love this row with all of the applique :0) Finding pretty greens for the leaves will be fun!

  117. Cynthia A says:

    Love your writing style, Carrie!! Got to be careful though…almost spewed hot chocolate all over my laptop when I read about the roosters & some snooze-button feature…
    The upcoming row along sounds fun. Armed & almost ready to play along, but sadly, no book. Hmmm, wait – there’s a chance that could be solved. Right here. 🙂
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  118. Moving always makes a mess I love how you admit it and write a great post! I really got to win a book and make rows! I do like your row I did see for the book

  119. Vickie says:

    Sounds fun!!!

  120. Barbara Forde says:

    Love the blog. Seriously thinking about starting a Row by Row quilt….opportunity to try different techniques without being overwhelmed by them.

  121. Amy Walter says:

    This sounds like loads of fun.

  122. Oh I am going to love this! Love it already and it is just starting!!!

  123. What a neat idea. I will definitely be following this!

  124. Sarah Brazzel says:

    Hi! I just “stumbled upon” this blog hop from checking out the Moda website this morning! So glad I found it! Some of the participating bloggers I know and some are brand new to me! So excited to discover some more quilters and opportunities for inspiration! Thanks for providing this opportunity for all of us!

  125. Yikes! I better get in row…for this lovely give away!! Thanks SEW much for the chance to win this wonderful book!! All the best!

  126. Denniele says:

    Love the idea and the rows I have seen. Greta Winter fun!

  127. […] and found great information, patterns, and inspiration. (And if you’re following along on the All in a Row blog hop you’ve probably encountered more.) This week I checked out a few of the […]

  128. Kay Mc says:

    I can’t wait to get my own book & get started on these rows. It will be hard to decide which one to start withl

  129. Mary Freeman says:

    Good luck on the move! I just move in the last year and my sewing room still needs a lot of help!

  130. Lori says:

    Can’t wait to start sewing my rows!I just need the book.

  131. Tawna Caddy says:

    This book is so adorable! I can’t wait to get started on the blocks and to learn from all the wonderful designers.

  132. KimR says:

    I love your houses row! I can’t imagine moving now….with all the stuff we have! LOL Good luck getting settled. I hope to get sewing on some of these rows.

  133. Lewcrese S. says:

    This is so exciting!! I have never made a row quilt before so there is no time like the present!

  134. I have never tried a row by row looks cool…

  135. Tammi Daubenspeck says:

    What a great book and fun blog hop! I just saw the book at my local quilt shop. Such cute rows! Now to find some fabric and make some rows 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win book and layer cakes!

  136. Laura says:

    This looks like a fun project. I look forward to following along.

  137. Carmen says:

    This looks super fun!

  138. Teresa says:

    I love the houses row!

  139. Katy says:

    I love seeing the various designers work on these patterns. Such fun to see how the look changes with the choice of fabric. Your blog is always a treat.

  140. Nita says:

    The quilt is adorable! And with the rows, very versatile, too.

  141. Jayne says:

    What a fun blog hop! Thanks for the chance to win!

  142. Donna says:


  143. Adeline says:

    This is a wonderful experience, meeting so many designers and how the designs look their way!

  144. Katherine Schaffer says:

    how much fun and inspiration can one quilter handle!! OMG — the possibilities are just endless!

  145. Jill says:

    I am the queen of table runners, so this book is perfect! Fun blog hop!

  146. Cathy Busby says:

    How fun! I would love to win!

  147. Jeanne S says:

    This looks like a lot of fun. I love that it can be as simple as 1 row or as big as you want.

  148. fun QAL thanks for sharning

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  149. Miss Jean says:

    My quilt guild is doing a row by row challenge so this is really going to help give me inspiration.

  150. Sandy hawes says:

    So charming and so much talent displayed. In this Moda activity.

  151. Linda says:

    It would be so fun to have the book!

  152. pam says:

    Love this fabric and wow what beautiful patterns xoxo

  153. artquiltor says:

    Gorgeous rows and detail in your show and tell, Carrie…we always love you lots!

  154. Denise says:

    Hello carrie
    I love your patterns but I dont find your last into the wind – Do you have the PDF pattern ?
    What about your next book – When can wee read it ?

  155. peaceful says:

    I love the soft colors.

  156. Lizzie says:

    wow, so fun!

  157. Katherine Schaffer says:

    Wow — so many great “rows” with so many great ideas. What a feast of inspiration!

  158. Darcia Furney says:

    Glad to see so many designers showcase their work and so many different fabric lines. Guess I’ll have to get the book. Thanks for the inspiration.

  159. Stephanie L. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  160. Barbara Bledsoe says:

    Very pretty! Thanks

  161. Sherry says:

    I am so excited about this book and have one set aside for me at my favorite quilt shop. I can’s wait to get started on my first row. Beautiful projects, and I love how they can be done with so many different looks.

  162. Claudia says:

    I have seen some really beautiful rows already. I’m excited.

  163. Carol says:

    I really like all that I have seen so far!

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