Friday, January 20, 2023

Villa Rosa Designs Fast and Fun Blog Hop / Beauties Pageant 202



Hello, and welcome to From Bolt to Beauty! Today is my stop on the first-ever Villa Rosa Designs Fast and Fun Blog Hop, a week-long event that celebrates five special patterns from Villa Rosa. Join in the hop to see what other quilt bloggers and I have created from the collection, and enter giveaways at each stop.

About Villa Rosa Designs

My friends in the New Hampshire Modern Quilt Guild introduced me to Villa Rosa. A bunch of them sewed the Pointless design and were telling me how simple and clever the construction was. I took a peek at the pattern and saw what they meant: The instructions were so concise that they fit on one side of a postcard. I was hooked!

The Blog Hop Collection

The blog hop features a well-rounded collection of five different patterns: Snow Goose, Nantucket, Baby Zip Tease, Hillside Charm, and S’Witched. Snow Goose is a great pattern to use up leftover jelly roll strips. Nantucket busts through fat quarters. Baby Zip Tease and Hillside Charm both use a charm pack (Hillside Charm also features a panel). And S’Witched takes advantage of 10-inch squares. 

If you have any of those precuts lingering in your stash, you could put them to good use in one of these patterns ... Plus, the entire collection is specially priced at $8.95 right now!

My Nantucket Quilt

For my project, I took a fat quarter bundle of the Carnaby Collection (by Liberty Fabrics for Riley Blake) and made the Nantucket design. 

One of the brilliant things about this pattern is that it creates little waste. I pulled 10 fat quarters from my bundle and had a few slim trimmings leftover.

I was so fixated on busting through my stash that I ignored my instinct to add in a few solids. The result was busier than I would have liked, so I included a solid border and bound the quilt with the same deep shade of blue. The addition of the border alleviates some of the problem, but I will do things differently next time (oh yes, Nantucket, there will be a next time for us!).

I have a few other thoughts on this project, but I’ll save that for next week. Let’s get back to the blog hop and giveaways ...

Other Stops on the Hop

01/19/23 Thursday
Villa Rosa Quilts (Blog Hop Kick-Off)

01/20/23 Friday
From Bolt to BeautyYou’re here!
Kathleen McMusing
Jaftex Companies

01/21/23 Saturday
Pieceful Thoughts
Little Penguin Quilts

01/22/23 Sunday 
Quilt with a View
mmmquilts

01/23/23 Monday
Cheryl’s Teapots 2 Quilting
Devoted Quilter
Quilts of Valor Foundation

01/24/23 Tuesday
Needle and Foot
Am I Shouting Yet?
Electric Quilt

01/25/23 Wednesday
The Crafty Quilter
Jo’s Country Junction
Keepsake Quilting
Stitchin At Home

01/26/23 Thursday
Villa Rosa Quilts (Blog Hop Wrap-Up)

Giveaway

Villa Rosa Designs is giving away the complete blog hop collection of postcard patterns to one From Bolt to Beauty reader. You have two opportunities to enter: Enter this week’s Beauties Pageant and/or leave a comment (perhaps which Villa Rosa pattern you’d like to make?).

Three randomly selected entries will be entered to win the Sponsored Individual Prizes, and two randomly selected entrants will be entered to win the Grand Prize Box drawing.

These giveaways are open internationally. Winners outside the United States will receive a digital collection of the blog hop patterns. Entries close on Sunday, January 29, at 11:59 p.m. (GMT-5:00). Winners will be notified and prizes will be shipped in February. 

Please note: If you are commenting anonymously or are a no-reply blogger (or aren’t sure whether you’re a no-reply blogger), please leave your email address in the comment or send it to me directly at frombolttobeauty [at] gmail [dot] com.

There are a ton of prizes. Head to the Villa Rosa blog to learn more!

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220 comments:

  1. This is really exciting to be able to visit shops I haven’t been to….I’m very excited!

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  2. I like the dark boarder to the quilt. If I try the pattern I might sneak a bit of that fabric into the quilt.

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  3. Great job on your quilt. Like that you added the border. It’s fun to visit the other shop on the Blog Hop! Thanks

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  4. I like the Nantucket pattern, it's a great layout for larger scale prints! Craftraditions at gmail dot com

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  5. Love your version of Nantucket. It’s on my list of quilts to make.

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    2. Great version! Can’t wait to get started on Villa Rosa quilts!

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  6. I love Villa Rosa cards! I would really like to make Sisterhood next.

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  7. I really like the snow goose pattern, I have a lot of blue material to use to make it.

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  8. I have made Hillside Charm but would really like to make S'Witched!

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  9. dianemccandless@msn.comJanuary 20, 2023 at 7:22 AM

    I’d like to make Hillside Charm.

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  10. I am new to Villa Rosa and am loving this hop already! I thought I would like to make Nantucket and now after seeing your quilt I am sure I do! Love that navy border! Thank you !

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  11. I have several Villa Rosa patterns but haven't made any yet. I think I would like to make Snow Goose. I have some panels that I need to use so Hillside Charm would be another I would use.

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  12. I have done a few Villa Rosa designs over the years, the last one was Jasmine using a jelly for it. But would like to try it using scraps next time!

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  13. I’m thinking of making the Nantucket as well. Jo sent me !

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  14. Hi! I am enjoying the opportunity to virtually visit some wonderful shops!!

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  15. Jo from Jo's Country Junction sent me! Thanks for participating in this hop!

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  16. I really like that pattern. Jo sent me!

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  17. I love your Nantucket version, Michelle! That's my fav pattern of the five. Otherwise, my all-time fav VR pattern is Honey Bouquet. Did you know they have an app with all their patterns? It make for a quick, portable look-up!

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  18. Love your Nantucket quilt—it is my favorite of the five! Anne.b.hone at gmail dot com

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  19. I love your all patterns version, Michelle. It is a feast for the eyes. I especially love how the panto you chose amplifies the floral designs in the fabrics.

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  20. Lovely quilt! I just recently bought a Villa Rose pattern, Electron, and am looking forward to making it.

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  21. I’ve seen these little postcard patterns and now I’m eager to try one. I like your fabric and pattern choices! Nantucket might be my favorite of the bunch but I do like flying geese.

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  22. Hi, Jo sent me from Jo's Country junction and I'd like to try one of those quilt patterns from Villa Rose, I have seen them in the shops but have never tried, Guess i need to change that. I am going to browse around your blog for awhile. looks interesting.

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  23. I had seen a bit of Nantucket on Jo’s blog and it is my favorite
    rjoehnk5@aol.com

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  24. I love the quilting pattern you chose, and your border choice.

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  25. I would like to make Hillside charm. Adralb@aol.com

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  26. I would like to make Nantucket and Jo sent me! Love this blog hop-ryarolim@gmail.com

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  27. I think Nantucket would make a great quilt for showing off large beautiful prints!! I can also see this as a child's quilt with their favorite character.

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  28. I really like your colors in the Nantucket quilt! I would like to try this pattern for sure. My email is droseman58@yahoo.com

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  29. I am sgquilting@hotmail.com. Jo Kramer sent me.

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  30. The fabrics you used in Nantucket are just perfect

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  31. Nantucket pattern interesting. Could be fun to make with some of my flowered fabric. Thank you

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  32. I love Nantucket. What a great pattern.
    I love seeing the different color ways to do a pattern.
    cshelleyqbq [at] gmail [dot] com

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  33. Nantucket was the next in line for my make! Love your version and fun to meet another New England blogger. I am on Peaks Island ME most of the time, but also spend time in Boston.

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  34. All look like great patterns , depends on fabric and who the quilt would be for as to which one to choose!

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  35. I'd like to make the Pointless pattern. Nice finish. The great thing about the Villa Rose patterns is that they work with so many different fabric styles.

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  36. I almost used that pattern for the blog hop. I also thought about using some solids to make it less busy. Nice quilt!

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  37. Nantucket looks so cozy. My next VR quilt will be Sisterhood, all fabric ready and yelling hurry up I am ready

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  38. Love the Nantucket quilt. Currently working on VR Gummies. Love to see all different fabrics and colors others use on their quilts.

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  39. Jo sent me here, and i like your work. This quilt is really beautiful.

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  40. Jo sent me here…
    The Nantucket quilt is great! Thanks for sharing!!
    Sandra B
    scb23229@yahoo.com

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  41. Oh, I love Liberty Fabrics. The Navy border was genius.

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  42. That is the perfect design to feature those pretty prints! I like the dark blue border and binding, too. Beautiful finish!

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  43. Jo sent me. I think Nantucket would work as an eye-spy quilt, too.

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  44. Villa Rose Designs are new to me! I think Nantucket is a great pattern!

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  45. It's amazing how far 10 FQs can stretch when they are efficiently used. I often think fabric lines need some solids to help break things up a bit, too, and I look forward to hearing more of your thoughts! :)

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  46. Pointless is fantastic. I had not seen that pattern before. Your version of Nantucket is so sweet. That border does help with the busy tone to the quilt. Calms things down quite a bit. Super cute Michelle.

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  47. Hi Michelle! Love your quilt! Though I didn’t think it was too busy, the border added something good! Roxanne (Jo sent me!)

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  48. I love the Snowgoose pattern but they all would make darling quilts! cmberry@lsu.edu

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  49. I like the busy-ness of your quilt! In fact, this may just be the pattern for my Kaffe Fasset collection…. BTW Jo sent me! prjule at gmail dot com

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  50. I like the Nantucket quilt as well. Yours is beautiful!
    Amy Walter
    auntie.ckark@gmail.com

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  51. Your Nantucket quilt is beautiful,,,what’s not to love about a mishmash of Liberty prints?

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  52. Love the colors in your Nantucket quilt. It has given me inspiration to make this pattern.

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  53. A very lovely quilt and looks quick to make.

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  54. Your Nantucket quilt is lovely! Thanks sew much for joining the VRD Blog Hop. littlequilts at windstream dot net

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  55. Thanks for showing this quilt and explaining what you would do differently. I like the addition of that blue.

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  56. I plan to make Villa Rosa Radiance pattern next.

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  57. I can’t just pick one to make next I love them all. But I’m thinking Fish and Chips
    molly@villarosadesigns.com

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  58. Very pretty--good idea to add the solid border

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  59. I like the Nantucket fabrics you used in your quilt--very pretty!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  60. Well, I have a Crimson Glory kit I just put on my cutting table, so I think that is next! It will be done in Christmas fabrics…just couldn’t get to it on time, so I’m doing it now! rhondapatrick2@gmail.com

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  61. Nantucket looks like a great pattern for featuring large prints.

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  62. Good call on the border. I recently finished a VR On Key quilt top.

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  63. Villa Rose has so many great patterns! Quick, non-complicated quilts that are just beautiful. Thanks for the blog hop. Jo sent me. Jmrwdm@gmail.com

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  64. I'm going to try to keep up with the blog hop. I'd like to see some new sites. I have a layer cake waiting to be used and Switched looks perfect for it.

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  65. I have never done much with precuts, though I do have some. I really like the look of S'Witched, so I hope to try that soon. Your quilt is darling!

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  66. I think this would be a little busy for me but it is beautiful! I would probably use a few more solids. Thank you. Jo sent me

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  67. I really need to make that Nantucket pattern. Your sample is beautiful. Lynne Brosch lrugg1224@aol.com

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  68. Great job with your Nantucket quilt! It's lovely!

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  69. Jo sent me. I like Nantucket most of the five. I like the fabric you choose for this one.
    cke49@yahoo.com

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  70. I'm so excited about this blog hop and that I found a new place to look for fun patterns! I like so many of theirs, but would like to make Raspberry Cream to use up a charm pack I have in my stash.

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  71. I'm enjoying seeing the versions of the quilt patterns! Your Nantucket makes me think of a picnic on a warm, sunny day!

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  72. Hi Michelle! I think Nantucket was a good choice for this fabric. Anything with that name just has to have some blues in the fabric choices. Happy New Year to you and your family, my friend. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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  73. Kim Straughn here, I may have to try the Nantucket quilt, it’s great!!!

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  74. It made a very lovely quilt. It looks so pretty swirled. dorthac at aol dot com

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  75. oh but your quilt is fabulous. I love the business with the dark blue borders. how fun is this? thanks for sharing and inspiring. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  76. Isn’t it funny how many of us make multiples of the Villa Rosa quilts? I’ve made 2 Cherish, 2 Bohemia, and 1 Smudge in 2022. I bought a bunch more cards so I have many more in my pile for 2023

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  77. Villa Rosa hillside would work with a panel I have and Switched is on my list.
    djcutting2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. 2 favorites of VRD are giggles and Twinkle

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  79. I love Villa Rosa patterns. I am hoping to work on the new Chop pattern with a lovely rainbow of solid colors

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  80. Your quilt would make a cute baby quilt.

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  81. I love all your patterns. I like to try the Nantucket Pattern.
    maryperalta2018@yahoo.com

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  82. I love your Nantucket quilt. I enjoy reading your blog! I will follow it!

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  83. I think your quilt turned out great. I love all the movement going on. Thanks for sharing!

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  84. Jo sent me! I absolutely love your Nantucket quilt, especially without solids! Love the quilting and the border, it's perfect! Thanks for sharing!

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  85. Glad to see and learn more technique’s and tips of products. Ty

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  86. I really like the snow goose pattern. I rarely make flying geese, but I do love quilts made with them! Dsb448 (at) att (dot) net

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  87. I have the Nantucket oattern also and have not made it yet. Appreciate your tips on selecting your fabrics. I think your blue border really pulls everything together.

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  88. looking forward to starting a new VRC pattern for a summer bazaar raffle quilt

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  89. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  90. This is the quilt I plan to make. Love how yours turned out!

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  91. Jo sent me. Love your quilt with all the prints--so much movement! Barb H at rickhayden@comcast,net

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  92. Love your liberty colors. Jo sent me. πŸ™‚

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  93. Snow Goose is calling to me!! wild_blue_farm@yahoo.com Love your quilt!

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  94. I love your choice of fabrics for the Nantucket quilt. It's beautiful.

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  95. Your quilt is beautiful - love the fabrics! Nantucket is on my wish list.

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  96. I want to make the Hillside Charm pattern with RWB!

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  97. Love your Nantucket quilt. I think I will try to make this one. foxxybeader@gmail.com

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  98. I've been looking at making Paralleled with some Tula Pink fabric for the bigger boxes.

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  99. Thanks for being part of the blog hop!

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  100. Baby Zip Tease is my favorite. dj.preckwinkle@gmail.com

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  101. I like your version of Nantucket. quiltjane@aol.com

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  102. I think I want to try S’Witched in a Patrotic fabric line for a QOV seems interesting to me!

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  103. I like your Nantucket quilt with all floral fabrics and solid border. chin_lyn@yahoo.com

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  104. Finally found comments! I like Nantucket best of the hop cards.

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  105. The S'Witched card looks like it would be fun to make.

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  106. Nantucket is great! I found out about the hop from jo but I love villa Rosa cards!

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  107. John sent me. I like the colors you chose.

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  108. My very first blog hop!!! Excited to continue learning all I can!!

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  109. I love the fabric you used for your Nantucket quilt! our5girls.johnson@gmail.com

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  110. I like the Villa Rose pattern Twinkle. jgsowin@gmail.com

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  111. I am excited to be here, read, learn and dream!
    simmons_t2m@hotmail.com

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  112. I’d like to make Hillside Charm.
    shades000 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  113. Thank you for the tip on using more solids on Nantucket. This is my first blog hop and I am totally enjoying it. Txs

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  114. Nantucket is on my list of many VillaRosa Designs I am making. Yours is beautiful. Keep blogging

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  115. I've made several quilts using Villa Rosa Designs patterns - love how simple and easy they are.

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  116. I have several Villa Rosa Designs and out of the 5 for this blog hop I like them all. Cathy at meladycat2000@yahoo.com

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  117. I like your quilt even if it ended up busy. My next VRD I want to make is Sisterhood. Krista at quiltingkoala@ymail.com

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  118. I love the Liberty fabrics. Nantucket is a good one, I will have to buy that one. I use Cool Water a lot. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  119. Such lovely fabrics and the quilt design showcases them perfectly.

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  120. Thanks for sharing your quilt! The Nantucket pattern is my favorite so far. It looks great and like it's a quick sew. My email is candjean@hotmail.com.

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  121. Nantucket is lovely! Thanks for the hop!

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  122. I love Villa Rosa designs. I would like to make Nantucket, too!

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  123. I have a panel that I would love to try Hillside charm on. Your Nantucket quilt turned out beautiful.
    golddust at kpunet dot net

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  124. Nantucket seems to be everyone's favorite. Mine too. Love te fabrics you used in yours!

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  125. I enjoyed reading your blog and seeing your quilt.

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  126. Love the fun fabrics. Jo sent mne.

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  127. Oh my! You've got a lot of comments for 24 hours or so since you posted. I'm a fan of Villa Rosa myself. I haven't got a Friday blog post this week but I always link up when I do. Have a great week.

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  128. Such a great giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity to win fabulous prizes

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  129. You had a great pattern there to use up some pretty stashed away fabrics! It turned out great! One Villa Rose pattern I'd like to make is the Snow Goose...I'm always drawn to the Flying Geese blocks! duchick at gmail dot com

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  130. Your quilt turned out beautifully! My eye is on the snow goose pattern!

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  131. I love your quilt! I think it’s great and not too busy! I own several Villa Rosa Designs patterns and love that they are simple sewing yet great designs that make for a quick finish. Thanks for sharing!

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  132. I like your Nantucket. When you mentioned the Baby Zip Tease used charms, I decided I would love to make that.

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  133. Jo sent me! Love Nantucket!! Great way to use up scraps.

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  134. This reminds me I have a Villa Rosa pattern somewhere. But I like your Nantucket so that would be fun. I would throw in a few solids as you said!)

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  135. Baby Zip Tease looks like a fun quilt.

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  136. I like your quilt. This pattern caught my eye as soon as I saw it.

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  137. I think your quilt has a boho vibe! Nicely done. :-)

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  138. I want to make Hillside Charm

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  139. I have quilted several patterns from Villa Rosa. I would like to do Hillside Charm next.

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  140. I like Hillside Charm in the winter theme. I am looking forward to quilting it next
    Stitchinbabe@gmail.com

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  141. Would be hard to decide on a favorite pattern. I have several kits that I want to make. Just need to get my sewjo back!

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  142. Nantucket was my choice along with S' Witched. Thank you for being part of the Hop. It is fun seeing all the patterns made up.

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  143. I have enjoyed making several VRD patterns and Baby Goose will be my next one. quiltcarver at yahoo dot com

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  144. I have panels to use so Hillside Charm would be my choice to sew.

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  145. Your quilt is really cute. I want to make Batty. Thanks for sharing.

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  146. I am new to the Villa Rosa patterns and there are way too many to pick just one. I do like Hillside because I like seeing what can be done with a panel

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  147. I want to make the Hillside Charm quilt as it would be my first time using a panel in a quilt without cutting the panel into pieces.

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  148. Thanks for all the details about which project is best for the types of pre cuts available. I plan to get my hands on the Nantucket pattern first!

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  149. I have several layer cakes that have been languishing in a drawer. Time to bust them out with S'Witched!

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  150. I love the pattern s’witched! Easy way to use precuts!

    Rachel Cook
    Carrac7@gmail.com

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  151. Your Nantucket is beautiful! I just finished making a 2M with Guicy Guice fabrics. That pattern was so easy. I love VRDs!

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  152. I love VRDs patterns. Above comment from me.

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  153. Beautiful quilt.
    Darlene Sewista

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  154. Love villa Rosa, each is so different and so fun to try again with new fabric twist

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  155. Nice quilt! Love pulling random FQ's from my stash and this pattern works great. (Kathy - kdcamp4attelusdotnet

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  156. I'd make Nantucket, just like you. {cooperrs@sbcglobal.net}

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  157. Love the patriotic colors and a block quilt that has personality: stureym@gmail.com

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  158. I love the Villa Rosa patterns and have made oodles. Jo sent me here.
    pjsdcrum@gmail.com

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  159. Love The Nantucket Quilt! Would like to make any of the Irish table runners for St. Patrick's Day! - Tracy Cronin TAC1542@aol.com

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  160. New to quilting and love the Villa Rosa design pattern. Fpgrandma@gmail.com

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  161. Jo sent me and I love these quilts. Ridaguardon@gmail.com

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  162. Your Nantucket looks great. Love your color choices.

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  163. Nantucket and Switched would be my first choices. Love your version.

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  164. I love all the patterns. It is so hard to choose, but, maybe Nantucket? Thanks

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  165. Good morning I like the hill side charm quilt and the Nantucket one..well...really all of them are really interesting it's hard to just pick oneπŸ‘πŸ‘

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  166. I agree with adding the solids to spotlight some of your beautiful prints! Thanks for sharing. Lorin@3crealestatesoltions.com

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  167. love the Nantucket pattern. will be my next to try!

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  168. My next villa rosa will probably be the splash Snowfall on the range. I have a panel I want to use it with. I just love all and the nantucket pattern is also a beauty! christinecnv@gmail.com

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  169. Your Nantucket quilt is so cute. I love the soft colors of the prints that you used. tkmattson@hotmail.com

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  170. Ajvjheck90@verizon.net. My next Villa Rosa quilt will probably be “Honnor”.

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  171. Love VR, Jo sent me, quilthyme@yahoo.com

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  172. Baby zip tease and s’witched both look interesting. Will be looking forward to playing with different colors to see what happens.
    Jo sent me

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  173. I really like Baby Zip Tease. Such a fun pattern!

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  174. I would like to try making Snow Goose.

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  175. I would like to do the s'witched pattern, it looks to be a fast an easy quilt. And I most definitely have some 10 inch fabrics. The hillside charm is a very close second choice.
    I like your busy quilt.

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  176. So many great patterns to choose from! I think I would like to make the Asagail quilt first.

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  177. I enjoy your version of Nantucket, it's my favorite pattern out of the bunch. I think the pointless pattern is great too. I'm going to have to grab it to make for a teacher friend of mine.

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  178. Your Nantucket version is very pretty.

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  179. Being in Massachusetts I had to check out your Nantucket quilt. I love Liberty Fabrics and like what you did with them. Thanks for sharing.

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  180. I like the pattern S Witched........I love the fabric you used in your quilt...
    survivor972002@midco.net

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  181. Love love love all the patterns! I can't wait to make Snow Goose! - Teri M teri.morgan71@yahoo.com

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