Love of Quilting May/June Fat Quarter Giveaway

Love of Quilting May/June is on sale April 16th! As the summer quilting season approaches we know you will be inspired by the color and fabric selections in these beautiful quilt projects. Love of Quilting is available in many formats; print, digital, and print/digital subscription so be sure to get your issue today.

Midsummer Solstice available as a quilt kit
Power of 4 available as a quilt kit
Washington Island Poppies by Marianne Fons available as a quilt kit
Non Sibi Sed Patriae
Twilight available as a quilt kit
Pomegranate Mountains
Homespun Honey
Emily’s Wedding Quilt by Liz Porter (Includes free instructions for Aunt Gracie’s Garden)
Antique Kaleidoscope–Free Pattern
Strawberry Skies available as a quilt kit
Spring Radiance–Free Bonus Quilt Pattern
High Street–Free Bonus Quilt Pattern available as a quilt kit

Sew Easy Lessons: Sashing Alignment and Using Tri-Recs™ Tools

As a thank you for browsing through our online quilt pages, we are giving away a fat quarter bundle of Flirt by Moda. To enter the giveaway, please tell us which quilt inspires you the most for summer quilting. Two lucky winners will be chosen at random. The contest will close at midnight April 24, 2013.

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This contest is now closed, congratulations to our lucky winners:

Janet Walters: Spring Radiance looks great! I would enjoy making it.

Michele Timms: I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt…but it wasn’t an easy decision.

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683 Responses to Love of Quilting May/June Fat Quarter Giveaway

  1. Amber Cole says:

    I feel inspired to make Antique Kaleidoscope (spell check name on blog post) this summer. It is such a beautiful pattern. Love of Quilting has wonderful patterns and pictures to get you inspired.

  2. Debra Cadiente says:

    I love sewing in the summer, my studio is in the basement of a commercial building a few blocks away from my home. It’s always cool in the summer so wrangling yards of fabric and quilt tops can be joyful all summer. This seasons colors of coral and greens happen to be my favorite, I am planning for several to be produced this summer… Thank you for the contribuitions you make in tools, ideas, instruction and inspiration to my quilting….

    • romayne carlin says:

      for me, its the midsummer solstice (the cover) and i would choose just those colors too. happy, bright and cheery. the designer carl henstch hit a home run with this one!!

  3. Evelyn Clark says:

    my favorite is Emily’s Wedding Quilt

  4. barbara corbitt says:

    I love the pomegranit moutain. I think it would look great with a black background and very bright solids

  5. sandy hill says:

    i love the pomg. mt want to make it in lavender and pink for granddaughter light back groung

  6. Colleen Henrichs says:

    I am inspired by the Antique Kaliedescope. I also enjoy Pomegranate Mountains.

  7. Evelyn says:

    OOh looks like an issue I need to get.

  8. melinda says:

    Love the spring radiance.

  9. Sue Flynn says:

    I loved the power of 4. First it is the color, second I am always looking for a quilt that is manly

  10. Amber W says:

    I have a pile of fabric just waiting to be used– I think the Antique Kaleidoscope is just what it needs!

  11. Chris Jablonski says:

    I like the Power of 4 quilt and plan on making that for one of the guys in my life!

  12. Amy Crooks says:

    I love the Spring Radiance. Then again I love stars, so any star pattern inspires me! That one is beautiful as is Strawberry skies. I can’t wait until April 16th to get my copy!

  13. Karen Tibbs says:

    I love this magazine. Always has a great variety of quilts, something for everyone!!

  14. Lin Miller says:

    Homespun Honey–love this quilt and would love to make it.

  15. Angie Pierce says:

    I like Midsummer Solstice. I can already see my color choices for this. I like bright, modern quilts best, but I also like a lot of detail. I could see myself making that quilt. :)

  16. Gina Skofich says:

    Like them all. Great eye candy, but my absolute favorite is Emily’s Wedding Quilt. Looks like quite the challenge, but the reward for making that would be unimaginable.

  17. Jane Ritz says:

    I like spring radiance. All of them are such beautiful quilts. Thanks for this opportunity.

  18. Judy Urban says:

    I love the cover quilt the colors and pattern. All of them are lovely can’t wait to receive my magazine in the mail.

    Happy Quilting Everyone!!

  19. Janna says:

    The cover girl, Midsummer Solstice, is my favorite.

  20. Cindy Shelley says:

    I like High Street. Nice variety of blocks.

  21. Susan Crist says:

    Homespun Honey! I have the digital issue, love it! Homespan makes me think of cuddling up with a good book and a cold winter evening. I want to make this quilt.

  22. Judy Snook says:

    Hmm, Spring Radiance looks just right. Not too big to hold on my lap but very cool.

  23. Sandy Brown says:

    I absolutly love Midsummer Solstice, I have enjoyed using bright colours and that one fits me to a tea. Beautiful beautiful beautiful;}

  24. Mystica says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is my favourite.

  25. Janice O'Donnell says:

    My favorite is Emily’s Wedding Quilt

  26. Aunt Marti says:

    I love “Twilight.” I have a bundle of Free Spirit solids that would be perfect for that quilt!

  27. I love Emily’s quilt as I have 4 wedding quilts to complete this summer. It is great source of inspiration. However, I do really like Mark Lipinski’s Curvy pattern and think it would be a doable quilt for the weddings. I love your magazine and buy it regularly – Thanks for the chance to win such a pretty fabric bundle.

  28. Susanne says:

    Emily’s wedding quilt is wonderful. Those fabrics always make me feel happy.

  29. Susan says:

    I would love to do Emily’s Wedding Quilt in scraps.

  30. Susanne says:

    I truly like Emily’s Wedding quilt, so cheerful.

  31. Brenda Wall says:

    Spring Radiance speaks to me, but not sure about stopping at just a tabletop per.

  32. Leanna Chideste says:

    Love the Antique Kaleidoscope–Antique Scrap Quilt, and the free download! Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabric too:)

  33. DebrafromMD says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt! Can’t wait for the magazine to hit the stands.

  34. Jenny Fifer says:

    I like the Non Sibi Sed Patriae, But they all are beautiful.

  35. Linda Erickson says:

    I really like Twilight for a light, summery project.

  36. Donna Fulmer says:

    I absolutely love the Spring Radiance Quilt.

  37. Nancy Gillinger says:

    I would love to make Midsummer Solstice! The colors are amazing, and would be a good year round quilt to have. Love my subscription and can’t wait for this issue!

  38. Chris Rungren says:

    I Love the Homespun Honey. These are my favorite colors ( as you would know if you saw my sewing room!)

  39. Linda Allscheid says:

    I love the Non Sibi Sed Patriae quilt. I have been looking for a patriotic themed and colored quilt to make for a niece and I think she would love this one. Anxious to get my copy of the new magazine so I can sit outside, relaxing while browsing through all the possibilities inside.

  40. barbara says:

    My favorties are Emily’s Wedding and spring radiance. Just love all the color!

  41. Joni Lynn says:

    I love the Strawberry Skies! I think it us because of the colors more than anything!

  42. Lawana Whaley says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt

  43. Kathy says:

    My favorite is Midsummer Solstice. The colors are bright and cheery, and I love geometric patterns!

  44. Lynn Lamb says:

    Spring Radiance – Love the colors just the way they are. Orange is my fav color :). I’ve always wanted to make a medallion quilt, this pattern will be put on my immediate to-do list . Thank you

  45. amy tanner says:

    I loved the Midsummer Solstice. I love the colors and the quilt is just beautiful when done. I can’t wait to try something from the magazine. I would love to win the fabric.

  46. Dee says:

    Antique Kaleidoscrope – love it!

  47. Lyn Kaufmann says:

    I love Aunt Gracie’s Garden-and am inspired to make it up. I have all the materials and it’s bright, happy, and I love the birds and flowers.

  48. Suzie says:

    I’m always inspired by all your quilts — just not enough time to make them all. In this issue — I’m intrigued by the Kaleidescope and the Midsummer Solstice. Keep ‘em coming — love your magazines.

  49. Ruth says:

    I like the bright colors of Washington Island Poppies and Twilight.
    It is time to brighten up spring with bright colors!

  50. Colette DeGroot says:

    I love the scrappiness of Antique Kaleidoscope.

  51. Shirley Deslatte says:

    I LOVE the Strawberry Skies quilt – nothing says “summer” like seeing rows of strawberries growing, just begging to be picked & enjoyed…..& it doesn’t hurt that some of my favorite colors are used in it. Since shabby chic is MY style, this would be perfect draped over a white wicker chair in my bedroom.

    Guess as an 80 yr. old great-great granny, I think the styles of ‘yester-year’ are pretty special & this takes me back to strawberries growing in MY grandmas yard.

    Have a blessed day & may all your quilts be filled w/love.

  52. Patricia Kelly says:

    My son-in-law’s brother is a graduate of the Naval Academy and will be getting married next April so the Non Sibi Sed Patriae quilt pattern has inspired me. What a great wedding gift for him and his bride.

  53. Linda Tunnell says:

    The Power of Four speaks to me! It would be a nice quilt for a man!

  54. Mary Jean Fasig says:

    I am inspired to make Antique Kaleidoscrope. I think it is beautiful. Not sure what colors I would use.

  55. Marilyn S says:

    Midsummer Solstice is stunning! I also like the design of Antique Kaleidoscope!

  56. Wilma Searcy says:

    I’ll be making Strawberry Skies, but will tweak the pattern to make it queen size.
    Perhaps I’ll put the blocks on point, or just make more of them. Another border is also a possibility. I look forward to receiving this issue, as always. I have subscribed to Love of Quilting for many years.

  57. Bnnie Pfrimmer says:

    WOW! What great quilts. I would love to make Emily’s Wedding Quilt. Love the colors in it. Thanks for the chance to win this give away.

  58. Jenia Ciomek says:

    Even though it’s the hardest to say and remember the name of I like Non Sibi Sed Patriae for summer because of the red white and blue colors and the simple design! Beautiful

  59. Nancy says:

    I really love the Twilight quilt! Thanks for sharing with us.

  60. katyp says:

    I LOVE the summer solstice….the colors are glorious.

  61. kbo says:

    I have always to have a patriotic quilt in my home to share. Non Sibi Sed Patriae is just the right one for this gal.

  62. Lauren Lawson says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt

  63. Joan says:

    Very hard decision to pick one of these but I love High Street.

  64. All the quilts are beautiful but I really like the Power of 4. It had me doing a double take because it almost looked knitted. It really shows how picking the right fabric and then placing it in a pattern can make a really beautiful quilt.

  65. Jean McMurry says:

    I really love the Washington Isle Poppies, I think that may be my summer project..

  66. holli smith says:

    Definitely Midsummer Solstice, really love the colors and pattern. Beautiful.

  67. Barbara Strubelt says:

    I am a new subscriber and anxiously awaiting the arrival of my first copy. I sure hope it will be this issue. There are so many nice quilts, but I love, love, love the Spring Radiance. in fact I am planning on making this project first. Thanks for the chance to win.

  68. Debra says:

    I really love the opposing colors and fun designs in the Solstice quilt. I also love the colors of the Strawberry Skies quilt.

  69. Laura Nolte says:

    I love the Curvy – what a fun way to use up scraps!

  70. Heather Scott says:

    I like Spring Radiance!

  71. Elizabeth Monahan says:

    I like Spring Radiance, though I think I’ll try it with hot summer colors!

  72. Christine Sherman says:

    I really like Strawberry Skies. The florals are so pretty!

  73. Caryl Stevens says:

    Non sibi sec patriae is my favorite. My next quilt for me will be a patriotic themed quilt. However, I still have a few for others to do first.

  74. I think Curvy looks like a challenge I’d like to take on. I can use some practice on my ‘precision’, and I’ve got everything I need to give this one a whirl. Thanks for the great patterns and giveaway!

  75. Diana Hutt says:

    The quilt that inspires me is the Midsummer Solstice because of the beautiful colors it is made from.

  76. Kimberly Gravener says:

    I love the Non Sibi Sed Patriae. The pattern is great, and the colors are perfect.

  77. Priscilla Pride says:

    Washington Island Poppies.

  78. Angie Feldt says:

    All of the quilts are beautiful. My favorite is Emily’s Wedding quilt.

  79. Linda Towles says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt.

  80. robin says:

    I love the Midsummer Solstice quilt!

  81. Sue Fry says:

    Midnight Solstice looks very interesting.

  82. Eileen Kelly-Meyer says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt – I keep changing my mind about the pattern I want to use for my daughter’s (long overdue) wedding quilt! Really like this one!

  83. thelma jones says:

    i love the home spun honey quilt

  84. Beth B says:

    Both Emily’s Wedding and Midsummer Solstice are very tempting.

  85. Tanya Stevens says:

    I really like the Power of 4 quilt, it is elegant and beautiful. I love the fabric choices as well.

  86. sandy gallivan says:

    strawberry skies I sure would like to try that pattern … love the color combination… I mean love those colors…. lol

  87. Ann Kerr says:

    I love the Midsummer Solstice quilt!

  88. Cheryl Greenleaf says:

    Absolutely love the Strawberry Skies–Star Quilt. This is going on my have to do list.

    Thank you for sponsoring this giveaway!

  89. Shirley Weaverling says:

    I am very interested in Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I love the 54-40 or fight block.. and I like the size..

  90. Jennifer says:

    I love Midsummer Solstice

  91. Rhonda Desgranges says:

    I really like Emily’s Wedding Quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

  92. Barbara Stewart says:

    Antique Kaleidoscope!!! Love paper piecing……don’t get enough patterns for it… I will try anything paper pieced…………

  93. debbie owens says:

    I love the big bold flowers in Washington Island Poppies!

  94. Marianne says:

    Whoopy I am ready to sew! Beautiful colors and great magazine!

  95. Peggy Moller says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies.

  96. Vicki Richardson says:

    Oh my it would have to be Strawberry Skies, yep that’s the one.

  97. Sue O says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae–This is just what I have been looking for!

  98. Lori Barry says:

    I love seeing the different colors going together and seeing the finish product.

  99. Laurie Weimar says:

    I really like the Emily’s wedding Quilt. The colors are just so inspiring!

  100. Ashley says:

    I am inspired by Non Sibi Sed Patriae. I have a bunch of red,white and blue fabric and I plan to donate a Quilt of Valor to the local Honor Guard to use as a fund raiser. My Love of Quilting May/June 2013 issue arrived today and I have already ordered the Large Wedge Template. I love your projects. Thank you.

  101. cyndi says:

    i like homespun honey,, even though it’s hard to tell what i totally looks like the way it is displayed..

  102. patty clayton says:

    Those colors are amazing, I love strawberry skies.

  103. Lyn Early says:

    I really love the Homespun Honey quilt. It has a vintage look that always appeals to me and the color palate is so vibrant!!!!!

  104. Barb Scoggins says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae is a quilt that I would love to do!

  105. Marci Grant says:

    I love the Antique Kaleidoscope and the Midsummer Solstice, I simply cannot choose between the two of them. They are both beautiful and colorful and cause me to start thinking about what I will be piecing next. Hummm, I think it will be one of these. Thanks for the inspirations.

  106. Linda Zumwalt says:

    I like Antique Kaleidoscope and Emily’s Wedding. Thanks for the free downloads!

  107. I LOVE the Non Sibi Sed Patriae! I have been looking for an easier QOV to try & this one fits right up there!

  108. Shirley Kukkola says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is happy and optimestic – just like a new bride. I love it!

  109. Linda Duncan says:

    I love antique kaleidoscope! Thanks for the free pattern!

  110. Cynthia Rathunde says:

    I love the material from Non Sibi Sed Patriae but love the pattern of Midsummer solstice.

  111. Jackie Sadler says:

    I would love to do the Power of 4 quilt it is different and excites me.

  112. Alice Trussell says:

    Spring Radiance is gorgeous! I love the large star block as the focus, yet the borders provide both beauty and balance!

  113. Hedy Lack says:

    Love, love the Midsummer Sosltice…..a wonderful quilt for my granddaughter!!

  114. Bonnie says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding one! I actually like all of them this month.

  115. Choose only one?!?! How about eight?
    Midsummer Solstice
    Homespun Honey
    Emily’s Wedding Quilt
    Antique Kaleidoscope
    Strawberry Skies
    Spring Radiance, and
    High Street
    Looks like my UFO’s will need to wait a little longer…

  116. Carol LaBella says:

    I think I have found the perfect pattern….Spring Radiance..for some pretty purple and black lilac print fabric I have in my stash. I think this pattern will do justice to this fabric and get me started on my summer quilting. Love that fat quarter bundle also.

  117. Bonnie Hendrickson says:

    Emily’s wedding!

  118. monica johnson says:

    i like spring radiance…mostly because it’s gorgeous and because whenever we okies start acting like it’s spring we have days like today full of rain and ice so i’m hoping this pattern will officially make it spring!!!

  119. Julie Miller says:

    I like the Summer Solstice and love that it has a male designer because I have been looking for a strong, more graphic design for a quilt for my son who is 24. I think he also will appreciate the technical aspects of this design. Now for fabrics… which a quite a chalange to find here on the Big Island of Hawaii. Aloha!

  120. Bonnie Wines says:

    I love the colors of Twilight. I could use a lot of stash for this quilt.

  121. Emily’s Wedding Quilt has caught my eye! Way to go Liz!

  122. Marti Zieg says:

    Midsummer Solstice – I love the colors and pattern. Right up my alley!!!!!!

  123. Cynthia Harper says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies, vibrant colors full of summertime hues. Of course they all are pretty!!! Can’t wait for my copy to arrive in the mail….

  124. Ginger (Virginia) says:

    I love the poppies. We do not see many of the bright lovely flowers in Florida it is too warm

  125. Sherry Miller says:

    Emily’s Wedding quilt, love it

  126. Jeannie Z says:

    Strawberry Skies ! I love the colors and the fabrics. Bring it on!

  127. I love the colors fat quarters that you are giving away. I don’thave absulute favorite
    pattern . But if I won these fat quarters I would make any quilt pattern of your choice.
    I would like to try piecing a pattern mixed with some of my fat quarters. Thanks for
    the inspirations and sponoring the give away.

  128. Cooki Welsh-McClatchie says:

    I love them all, but especially the Spring Radiance.

  129. Julie Stenkamp says:

    Midsummer Solstice, for sure!! But others are awesome as well!!

  130. Dawn Kincaid says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae will be great for a couple young service members I know about to be deployed. With an embroidered message on it, they know we care.

  131. Donna Wingo says:

    My favorite is Emily’s Wedding Quilt. Summer quilting and summer wedding. Love the colors.

  132. Debby says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt and Aunt Gracie’s Garden.

  133. Debra Revay says:

    I really like Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I collect 30’s reproduction fabrics and this would be a perfect quilt for one of my daughters. I also like Power of 4, that would be a great quilt for one of my son-in-laws. Non Sibi Sed Patriae would be a great quilt to make also for a Quilt for Heroes. I’m more of a traditional quilter and you have so many beautiful patterns in this new issue. Really looking forward to receiving it in the mail. Thank you for the downloadable patterns also. That’s a great extra for all us quilters. Would love the win the fabrics, thank you for the giveaway. Happy Quilting!

  134. Imogene Hall says:

    I was inspired by the “Non Sibi Sed Patriae” quilt because I work with the War and Peace Quilters from McPerson, Kansas, and I have been honored to make 3 Wounded Warrior quilts so far and have two more in progress now. Always looking for new patriotic quilt patterns. Looking forward to my issue in the mail.

  135. Janice Hill says:

    It is really hard to choose just one. I really like 3 of them. Midsummer solstice, the Patriotic quilt of valor and the Homespun Honey. I would make one of those in a heartbeat.

  136. judith looker says:

    Curvy reminds me of summers past when my children were young…so happy!!!

  137. Carolyn D'Annolfo says:

    WOW – just love the colors in Midsummer Solstice – it is beautiful!

  138. ann horky says:

    Patterns to quilt and the bright colors of fabric!! My down fall—material.

  139. Jean says:

    I just ordered a new couch and the colors in Power of 4 and the pattern would be a perfect fit.

  140. Brenda Sheets says:

    High Street–happened to be the last one I reviewed but it certainly jumped out at me. I live in a log home and have blacks and creams in my quilts, furniture and decorating. I know spring colors are probably predominate but I love this and hope I can do it justice. Thanks.

  141. Ruth Williams says:

    I really like Emily’s wedding quilt

  142. Pam Barman says:

    Definitely “Non Sibi Sed Patriae” – As a proud Navy Mom of a deployed sailor, nothing speaks to my heart like a beautiful red, white & blue quilt!

  143. Kristal Elzey says:

    Homespun Honey not only reminds me of a quilt that my great grandmother had but the name of it also inspires me as well. It’s so ironic that I stumbled across this contest and saw this quilt. My great grandfather was a bee keeper in his spare time in Pennsylvania. This, coupled with the name of the quilt as well as this quilt looking quite similar to one that my great grand mother made has me well inspired to make this quilt!!! Thank you so much for posting this!!! Beautiful!!!

  144. Jeanet Wilson says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is really beautiful!

  145. Bev Stevenson says:

    I love the Spring Radiance for the colors, the center star and wide borders, especially the floral borders.

  146. Jennifer Gleich says:

    Although I have plenty of projects lined up for summer quilting, I love the Twilight quilt. I have added it to my list for the summer!

  147. Barbara Colson says:

    ooo..I LOVE Twilight! I love working with bright colors and really want to make something using solids. Perfect Summer quilt!

  148. Kay Weckman says:

    Washington Island Poppies inspires me to get right to quilting this beautifully bright quilt to bring summer sunshine inside. We Colorodo folks are weary of dreary weather.

  149. Maryellen says:

    I like Spring Radiance and Strawberry Skies-Star quilts. Both are really pretty and I can see so many different collections in each. Thanks!

  150. Rita McCart says:

    I really like the antique kaleidoscope. I just happen to be putting one of these together right now, it’s celery, olive and brown. Very Pretty. :)

  151. vickie van dyken says:

    Strawberry Skies :) :) It’s Pink, I really love Pinks!!!

  152. Sandie Oravec says:

    I can’t decide which I like better “Strawberry Skies” or “Non Sibi Sed Patriae”. I love them both for different reasons.

  153. April Jones says:

    I love the pop of colors in Midsummer Solstice.

  154. Kimberlee Broeker says:

    I really like Emily’s Wedding Quilt! I have quite the “collection” of 30’s fabric that I wondered what to use it on!

  155. sally heise says:

    I love the cover quilt- midsummer solstice and I also love emily’s wedding. Reminds me of sherbert in the summer

  156. Jan Fitch says:

    Can’t wait for my issue to arrive, love pomegranate mountain. Will try one block right away, then put on my to do list!

  157. Patricia says:

    Color, color, color! Here in Minnesota winters are long and summers are short. Just like we store summer fruits and veggies, I collect projects and fabrics to get me through those cold winter days. Colorful fabric brings life to grey days!

  158. Maryann Sinclair says:

    I really like the Non Sibi Sed Patriae quilt! I want to make this quilt and give it to my husband.

  159. Pam says:

    I love the Antique Kaleidescope quilt – the movement in it is wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  160. Amanda Bode says:

    Love Aunt Gracie’s Garden! Just saved it and added it to my “to do” list. :)

  161. Donna P says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is a must make! Love it!

  162. Barb Blincow says:

    Homespun honey. Love KTQ fabrics!

  163. Got mine in the mail and already to go on several, but the 1st on will probably be Twilight. Haven’t done foundation pieceing yet and this would look super on my single bed.

  164. Gloria Thompson says:

    Definately my project would be the Antique Kaleidoscope…really like that one!! I also think it would be a good challange for me.

  165. Anolda Wells says:

    Can’t wait for my magazine……love Emily’s wedding quilt. Have a grandaughter getting married next summer….would be a great shower gift.

  166. Shirley Wells says:

    Since I’m a native Kansan, Homespun Honey by Lynn Hagmeier & Kansas Troubles would be my choice. Curious to try raw edge applique!

  167. Lavonne says:

    Emily’s wedding quilt. Love the colors.

  168. Gloria says:

    I love the bold colors of the Washington Poppies …. with the white background… perfect!

  169. Kathleen Stone says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Twilight quilt! The solid colors and cleanness of it really speak to me. I have wanted to do some more foundation paper piecing. Very timely for Summer.

  170. Judy Offen says:

    Midsummer Solstice would be my favorite for a summer project–lovely!

  171. Janet Rice says:

    Love Emily’s Wedding Quilt! BUT I will probably make the “Non Sibi Sed Patriae” quilt 1st…since I am a navy veteran , along with my 3 brothers and my boyfriend….guess I will need to actually make 5 of them :)

  172. Janet says:

    I really like the colors in non sibi sed patriae quilt. I have been collecting fabrics for a red, white and blue patriotic quilt for a while. Maybe I’ll have it finished by the 4th of July.

  173. Dawna Cavagnaro says:

    Love the strawberry skies. After trying to get thru the holidays, I usually take a sewing breather and don’t really get back into the swing of things till late spring and that’s if I can find something to inspire me…. this would definitely do it. Love your magazines and love all your products.

  174. I’ve been wanting to make a quilt of honor for a member of the military service and the Non Sibi Sed Patriae looks like a good choice for my summer quilting time. We have several members in my church that served (women and men) and there is one man that I would especially love to honor and one lady. Thank you for showing this pattern.

  175. Sue Whiting says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae. I just bought a black, white and red jelly roll and this pattern is inspiration for how I want to use it.

  176. Anna says:

    Love them all! power of four looks like a good choice for me. I am wanting to make several quilts for the men. I just finished a batik quilt for my son. Now looking for ideas for Veteran’s. long winded, sorry

  177. Leah says:

    Curvy or Non Sibi Sed Patriae would be one of the first I would make. Maybe in a smaller version for my grandson. I think as a beginner quilter I could handle either one of these.

  178. Kathleen Hancock says:

    Midsummer Solstice – I love this pattern, it is so bright and cheerful. It looks like it could be quite a challenge but then that’s the fun of quilting!

  179. Power of 4. Always looking for something for the guys during the summer.

  180. Marilyn Gussman says:

    I’m inspired by Pomegranate Mountains! Lovely!

  181. Heather Braun says:

    Midsummer Solstice inspires me! It’s gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win!

  182. Pat Gerred says:

    I really like the colors and design to Mid summer soltice. I have 2 quilts I am in progress with currently……..but I can always dream!

  183. Susan K says:

    I like several of the quilts but the cover quilt is truly a beauty. Emily’s Wedding Quilt is also beautiful as is Twilight.

  184. Roxanne S. says:

    I love the Non Sibi Sed Patriae–Patriotic Quilt of Valor.

  185. Cindy Francis DeVito says:

    I really love the strawberry one..

  186. Emily Alongi says:

    I like the look of the High Street quilt design. This could be done for a boy or a girl easily.

  187. Donna H says:

    I like Non Sibi Sed Patriae, Emily’s Wedding Quilt and Spring Radiance all for different reasons!!! I love patriotic quilts and this one is quite different from any others I have seen… that would be so fun!! I like Emily’s because it is so light and airy and that is what I work on the most often…. but I also love Spring Radiance because it truly puts me in the mood!!!!

    Thank you for this opportunity, but I really love all 3!!!

  188. Too hot outside. Turn on air and radio and I am set to go. Love the quilt on the summer issue cover. Very nice.

  189. Sherry says:

    Pomegranate Mountain- love this one!

  190. Diantha Howard says:

    I really like “Spring Radiance”. It really says “Spring” to me.

  191. Maryann Zimmer says:

    Excited and anxious to purchase this issue.
    My son just having completed 18 years serving this country in the Air Force and still serving to protect us all I would have to chose Non Sibi Sed Patriae. With summer on the way what could be better then this for the 4th of July surprise for him?

  192. Anda says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt! awolk at rogers dot com

  193. Nancy Hobbs says:

    I collect kaleidoscopes, and have even made one. I would love to make the Antique Kaleidoscope quilt in my new sewing room in our new house!

  194. Rachel Rentz says:

    The High Street pattern looks absolutely fascinating. I can hardly wait to receive my issue!

  195. Penny Wilkens says:

    I love Washington Island Poppies. With all the bright colors it just says summer and picnics!!

  196. Annette De La Croix says:

    I liked the Midsummer Solstice the best. It had a lot of visual excitement with bold colors. I also liked the great sashing instructions part of the magazine. I am teaching a lady who is new to quilting and this would be perfect for her.

  197. Anita Ezzell says:

    Love the antique kaleidoscope! Scrappies are my favorites :)

  198. Debbie A says:

    I really like Spring Radiance an Antique Kaleidoscope need to put them on my list for when I get that good. lol Currently a beginner here so I look for something labeled easy!

  199. Donna Danielson says:

    Spring Radiance this one makes my heart skip a beat

  200. Jamey Wimer says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt! Love the colors and the design!! Seems like I especially love the quilts that Liz Porter does each month in the magazine!!!

  201. Cathy says:

    I love the Midsummer Solstice quilt. I can’t wait to get my issue for the directions! I am looking for something that will brighten up the beach this summer in Maine and that looks like the perfect choice! Also, as a side note…MODA fabric is my FAVORITE!!!

  202. Terri Dawes says:

    Strawberry Skies! It is so cheerful after a drab winter! Just the ticket! :o)

  203. Margaret Kennedy says:

    Antique kaleidoscope!

  204. Jennifer Farrow says:

    Homespun Honey is my choice of inspiration for summer. The colors are gorgeous and I would love to make this pattern. Very unique and different, the pattern would challenge me a bit but this would get me motivated!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win a fat quarter bundle, I love your site and buy the magazine regularly. Might even try it digitally soon!

  205. Karen Schultz says:

    I love “Twilight”, as I love paper piecing, and I love star quilts – I can only imagine the color combinations!

  206. BamaStitcher says:

    Midsummer Solstice grabs my attention and would be a fun summer project.

  207. Dotti Alden says:

    I am inspired by Emily’s Wedding Quilt. Have a great niece getting married in Sept. so am thinking I’ll spend the summer making one for her!!

  208. Loretta O' says:

    I really love the colors and the pattern in Spring Radiance Quilt!

  209. Carol says:

    I enjoy the look of High Street and feel that it would not be difficult to make.

  210. Virg Jacobsen says:

    It was difficult to choose just one but the Washington Island Poppies came out on top for me. Thank you for such an inspirational magazine!

  211. Nancy McFall says:

    I like Emily’s Wedding Quilt and Antique Kaleidoscope, a scrappy quilt is definitely in my future.

  212. julie campbell says:

    Antique Kaleidoscope, is definitely inspiring. My year has 3 seasons, Winter & Summer quilting offset by spring planting, and fall camping. The selection of fabrics in the bundle will work well in a number of different projects. Well, Here’s hoping I win. Thanks.

  213. Diane Hamel says:

    Love Emily’s Wedding quilt.

  214. Cheryl Burton says:

    Washington poppies
    For my granddaughter she loved the photo and has already started picking fabric mostly purple an pink.

  215. Deborah Martz says:

    As a new quilter (only about 15 months so far) I am always looking for direction, ideas and help. I have found this magazine to be very helpful!! Keep up the great work!

  216. Elizabeth Storck says:

    Spring Radiance is beautiful.

  217. Florence Dupuis says:

    I like the Power of 4.

  218. renata w says:

    Thinking about doing Emilys wedding quilt in brown and beige…have lots of brown and tan scrap’s.

  219. Judy Boots says:

    Homespun Honey-looking at it you just think home and comfort.

  220. Cheryl Dimiceli says:

    Just love the quilt on the cover!

  221. carolh says:

    Strawberry Skies…..but, most any quilt that I think I am capable of making inspires me. I LOVE to quilt!!

  222. Teckla says:

    Spring Radiance–it’s beautiful! Thank you for this lovely opportunity!

  223. Mary Ann Crowson says:

    I would love to make Spring Radiance. It makes me feel happy just to look at it.

  224. Melissa Radtke says:

    My inspiration is Non Sibi Sed Patriae . I think this will be my project for the Honor Flight Auction this year.

  225. Deborah says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is my favorite! Thanks!

  226. Donna G says:

    Always look forward to getting my copy in the mail. Beautiful and inspiring.

  227. Sue Bialorucki says:

    The Emily’s Wedding Quilt will be the perfect gift for my eldest who is getting married next year.

  228. Janice Charbonneau says:


  229. Lois M Campbell says:

    I’m most inspired by “Non Sibi Sed Patriae”–Patriotic Quilt of Valor. My grandson is a Marine and his will be my next quilt.

  230. Janeen Horne says:

    I like the look of Power of 4, sounds like my next project!

  231. Vicki Sprague says:

    I love all the quilts in this issue, as I do in every issue! But, I must say that, “Emily’s Wedding Quilt,” inspires me most. I just seem to have a soft spot for those 1930s repro fabrics. It is beautiful.

  232. Nancy Myers says:

    Pomegranate Mountains-I have fat quarters and I have scraps and it just looks fun to make.

  233. Mary Ann says:

    I can’t decide between Midsummer Solstice and Emily’s Wedding Quilt. It’s a toss-up!

  234. kriswithmany says:

    I love the simplicity of Twilight. So many ways to play with the color combos and make it look completely different, but also lovely just how it is.

  235. Phyllis Manson says:

    Midsummer Solstice is absolutely gorgeous!!! I love it. It would be a fun quilt to do in the summer…so colorful.

  236. Bonnie says:

    Homespun Honey!

  237. Pamela says:

    I love the graceful lines of Curvy.

  238. Roberta Johnson says:

    The Strawberry Skies quilt speaks to me. Beautiful.

  239. Sharon Martin says:

    I like the look of the Spring Radiance, the border fabric is very tranquil.

  240. Marcia Herath says:

    I like the Washington Island Poppies. Definitely a summer project.

  241. DeAnn Oliekan says:

    I love Emily’s wedding quilt!

  242. Carol Oliveri says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt–I just love 1930’s repro prints! Marianne! I am still awes over meeting you Saturday! I hope you enjoyed Schaumburg.

  243. Melinda Lindauer says:

    Washington island poppies! There are a lot of beautiful quilts but I’m a beginner and it looks beautiful without being overwhelming :)

  244. Irene Mitchell says:

    I love the spring radiance.

  245. Deborah says:

    I love Pomegranate Mountain – would look great in lovely summery colours!

  246. Bellamy says:

    That was a tough question, so many really great quilts in this issue! I really love the simplicity that is in Twilight, but I love the color and complexity that is in Mid-Summer Solstice. Cannot wait for the issue to come out next week. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  247. Sue Bone says:

    I love spring radiance

  248. ELIZABETH CROSS says:

    I think Pomegranate Mountain would look great with these Fat Quarters.

  249. Soooo hard to chose! Would love to make them all, but MOST of all the Midsummer Solstice and the Antique Caleidoscope

    vrolijke groeten

  250. Carol says:

    I just LOVE Strawberry Skies star block! Can’t wait to find this issue in the store. Thank you for the chance at winning a bundle of Flirt by Moda, love Moda.

  251. Rita Lerch says:

    I love the Non Sibi Sed Patrice. I have the wedge ruler so I can get started right away.

  252. Liz says:

    It’s a toss up between Emily’s Wedding and Spring Radiance. Love the pattern and the colors.

  253. Darlene says:

    Pomegranate Mountains looks like it could be a great stashbuster quilt…..Great mag….have a good day quilting….love the show…

  254. Rebecca Pigg says:

    I love the Strawberry Skies quilt I will diffently be getting the pattern. Love the colors and so soft looking. Love your magazines, always the best.

  255. margaret s says:

    The cover midsummer solstice is beautifwedding quilt with gracies garden option looks amazing too.

  256. Vicki Knepp says:

    Midsummer Solstice and Spring Radiance!

  257. Judy Wright says:

    I love the Midsummer Solstice. Such a beautiful quilt!
    It has so many possibilities for fabric combinations.

  258. Ruthi Hoadley says:

    Midsummer Solistice is so colorful and inspires me to make a colorful quilt to beat the last of the winter blahs!

  259. Dawn Crews says:

    Midsummer Solstice is my choice for inspiration. Love the colors used and the piecing is beautiful!

  260. Sue Joos says:

    For me it’s the cover quilt with Tula Pink fabrics. I love her fabrics and hope to make a quilt soon.

  261. Margaret Williams says:

    I love Twilight, the moment I saw it I wanted to make it. I like that it’s paper piecing. I haven’t tried that yet and this seems like an easy pattern for my first try. I’m looking for the video the magazine referenced.

  262. carolyn white says:

    I just got my magazine yesterday and was knocked off my feet by Midsummer Solstice. When I saw it was Challenging***, I thought, I can do it!!! I ask my husband if I could purchase the kit, and he said, of course, but remember you ask me EACH MONTH if you can get a kit–so I need to start seeing some quilts getting done!!! har!!!

  263. Kathie Maxwell says:

    I love ..Strawberry Skies!!

  264. Debbie Hirs says:

    Midsummer Solstice is stunning! I can picture this in my living room.

  265. Gerri Schmitt says:

    I love your magazine, I’m going to do Emeralds for my granddaughter. In the June peek, I really liked Homespun Honey.

  266. Robin says:

    I would like to try the Homespun Honey.

  267. Karen says:

    I love your magazine. Strawberry skies is one that caught my attention.

  268. Ruth Shelton says:

    Definately, Curvey, is a summer pattern I would like to try. It is bright and summery.

  269. Cindy McLaughlin says:

    I get excited every other month, when the new mag. comes out. I always want to do every new quilt. I love all the new things you teach me each time. Great Job. Thanks so much for all you do.

  270. Jacklynn A Grimm says:

    I love the simple yet bold design of the Twilight quilt, I can see doing it in a variety of blues. It would be really pretty!

  271. Connie says:

    I like the Washington Island Poppies, and am waiting for my print copy, can’t wait to leaf through it.

  272. Roberta says:

    I love the strong look of Power of 4. I like the more masculine look to and could see using some fabrics from my stash. Being a HS math teacher, I also appreciate the name of the quilt – Power of 4.

  273. Melissa Yarnell says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies because it reminds me of my Nana. When I was growing up she had flowers blooming everywhere at her home and one of them were poppies. This quilt is bright and cheery and can’t wait to make one.

  274. Margaret Lawrence says:

    I love ‘Midsummer Solstice’. The colors are just so vivid and beautiful – they catch my attention every time! Thanks for the give-away!

  275. Barb Johnson says:

    Twilight looks so bright and cheery! That’s the one that speaks to me the most for a summer quilt. I think I would make it as a coverlet without batting so that it could be used in the summer.

  276. Lois Van Haaften says:

    I love the Spring Radiance quilt. The colors are beautiful and my table needs a new topper. Thanks for the great magazine!

  277. Carla G says:

    I love the Twilight quilt! And the fabric colors are fabulous for summer as well! :)

  278. karla uphoff says:

    Definately Strawberry Skies!

  279. Luisa says:

    I absolutely love Midsummer Solstice! It inspired me to take out all my bright fabric out and start contemplating my next quilt! I love the colors and how well they mesh together! Definitely Midsummer Solstice!!!

  280. Janet Sabol says:

    I’m inspired to sew Curvy by Mark Lipinski and have ordered a Simple Curves ruler. It’s on my list of things to try this year–sewing curved pieces. Thanks for the pattern!

  281. Holly S. says:

    The Twilight–Modern Star Quilt is inspirational for me! I would love to do this in blues and yellows. Thanks! hstorm799{at}gmail{dot}com

  282. Jessica says:

    I would love to make Emily’s wedding quilt with some very summery colors!!

  283. MJ HARDESTY says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt. That may be my next challenge!

  284. Pat J says:

    It would have to be High Street for me. I love the way the quilt would fit into one of my bedrooms!! I like the antique look of all the colors.
    Wonderful magazine this time as always.

  285. Rhea Stogsdill Chladek says:

    The Antique Kaleidoscope is captivating!

    :) Rhea

  286. BRENDA SUTTON says:

    Washington Island Poppies and Midsummer Solstice are calling my name. Love these two.

  287. Vera C. says:

    Can’t wait for my issue to arrive! I’ll be making the Strawberry Skies, such a beautiful summery looking quilt!

  288. Barbara Lea says:

    I really love the Washington island poppy design. I’m in the mood for spring and summer and the idea of working with some beautiful solids looks like fun. Making cute perky flowers of squares is very appealing because I’m a relatively new filter. I think I will try this one.

  289. Elaine says:

    I like Emily’s Wedding Quilt but like the borders on Aunt Gracie’s Garden.

  290. Joan says:

    Spring Radiance gets my vote!

  291. Michele says:

    I really like the strawberry skies quilt.

  292. Danielle Braley-Winkle says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is it! It speaks of fun in the sun and play-adding to bucket list!

  293. Susan Hamlett says:

    Midsummer Solstice is the one that made my heart quiver… the colours!

  294. Joan H. says:

    I like the Power of 4 because it looks so soothing and we never have a lot that seem especially suited for males.

  295. lindawwww says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt. Wonderful and scrappy – just my cup of tea!

  296. Pam Lindsey says:

    I would love to make the Midsummer Solstice. It has such radiant colors and is so cheerful.

  297. Anna Marie says:

    I can’t wait to make the Curvy quilt! I have so many ideas for different colors and patterns going through my head I do not know where to start. I think I could make several from this pattern and not have 2 alike.

    Thank you for a wonderful magazine.
    Anna Marie

  298. Margie Young says:

    Homespun Honey is my favorite.

  299. Celeste Hauser says:

    The beautiful colors of summer flowers inspire me. When it is too hot outside to enjoy their beauty, I head inside to quilt and enjoy all the wonderful colors of my fabrics.

  300. Shirley Jobson says:

    It’s gotta be Midsummer Solice! I do love a challenge!!

  301. Portia V. says:

    Twilight looks inspiring to me! Can’t wait to get my issue in the mail– I’m always looking forward to new ideas.

  302. Pam says:

    I think Emily’s wedding quilt is wonderful but, I am leaning more towards High street as my favorite!!

  303. Deborah says:

    Would love to win,Beautiful colors

  304. Twilight is definitely the most inspirational quilt for me in this issue. I love the bright colors and the fun use of triangles! What a great quilt!

  305. Pam Grant says:

    I think Spring Radiance would be my choice. I love the colors and it just looks so fresh and happy.

  306. Jodie T says:

    I love the fabric bundle – can’t get enough of the red/turquoise/cream combo!

  307. Sue Wells says:

    Washington Island poppies… After so much white this winter bright colors make me Happy……

  308. Pomegranate Mountain

  309. Pomegranate Mountain inspires me.

  310. Nora Dean says:

    I just received this magazine in the mail. I would like to make Non Sibi Sed Patriae and Strawberry Skies. All of the quilts in this issue are gorgeous.

  311. Kathie says:

    Love the Non Sibi Sed Patriae quilt. I have a son born on the 4th of July and another in the Army. I like this pattern and would make it for both of them!

  312. Becky G says:

    I’m really liking the Strawberry Skies! as well as the Spring Radiance :) looking forward to getting this issue!

  313. Diane says:

    Midsummer Solstice just makes me smile. It makes me think of the summer evenings to come; out on the patio, with a refreshing drink in hand!

  314. Cathy K says:

    hands down…. Emily’s Wedding inspires me – I love scraps and this quilt will look wonderful in so many fabric choices! Just love it – it is on my “to definitely do” list!

  315. Kathleen Hammond says:

    I love the Twilight quilt. Lately I find I have been gravitating to more of the modern quilts. The colors in this one are the essence of summer…

  316. Elaine says:

    I agree, I like them all too! But the midsummer solstice really appeals to me, love that warm and cool color palette…

  317. Marian Mathewson says:

    I love all of them!!

  318. brenda patterson says:

    This is going to be a great month, I love all of the bright quilts! Too hard to choose!

  319. BONNEY FRITZ says:

    I like them all iImade 2 quilts this winter for my granddaughters graduation . they picked out the colors . cant wait to see their faces love pieceing them together

  320. Karen Vail says:

    I like modern looks, so Curvy is calling to me. I hope I win!

  321. Rosemary Steinmetz says:

    I would love to make 2 quilts for my nephews that are in the service,Quilt of Valor.

  322. Gail M says:

    Oh, it has to be Spring Radiance. This project is just what my kitchen table is lacking. I want to use it as a focal point for my kitchen!

  323. Dolores Bardsley says:

    I love the Power of 4! I have made so many “pretty” quilts and feminine color combinations that I am in the mood to do something for the husband — after all, he puts up with not-so-clean house and late (or sparse) dinners when I am involved in my latest quilting project!

  324. Gretl Dixon says:

    The color blend would make a great winter quilt – red cardinals on snow capped mountainis with a wintry breeze.

  325. Cheryl Gherna says:

    The quilt that inspired me is Marianne’s Washington Island Poppies. My husband and I went to Washington Island last summer and visited a very nice shop that actually holds classes and retreats. It would be a lovely reminder and keepsake of our time spent on quaint island.

  326. claudia twede says:

    I really like antique kolidescope and pomegranite mountains

  327. Suzanne Sullivan says:

    I like Homespun Honey.

  328. Bridgette Maharaj says:

    I’ll be honest, I have such a serious case of QADD (Quilter’s ADD) that I would start one coz it was GORGEOUS then see another and start it and before you know it, have four more UFOs in my Summer pile!

  329. KathyMac says:

    I like the “Power of Four” and think it would make a very nice Quilt of Valor. Interestingly enough, I have some Moda Flirt fabric ready to make a quilt similar to a fence rail. Thanks for the opportunity to win more!

  330. Nancy E Brennan says:

    My 1st choice is Emily’s wedding and then Spring Radiance….Thanks Nancy

  331. Kathy S. says:

    I’m inspired by Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I plan to make it scrappy. It seems to be die cutter friendly.

  332. Kate Fleming says:

    I totally love “Midsummer Solstice” that quilt is sooo gorgeous, stunning when I saw it on digital issue my heart was flutter and thought that I want to make one for my treasure….Its image still bothers me whenever I see you posted on your page…I’m falling in love with that quilt……

  333. Pomegranate Mountain inspires me!

  334. Nancy McFall says:

    Love Emilies Wedding Quilt

  335. Deb C. says:

    Emily’s wedding quilt is my inspiration & challenge this summer in the coolness of my sewing room in the basement. :)

  336. Sandy Gibson says:

    I like the Midsummer Solstice quilt. I love the colors!

  337. Joanne Baker says:

    I am inspired by the Antique Kaleidoscope quit. I like the sense of movement and subtle patterns.

  338. Midsummer solstice for me

  339. Cindy says:

    Power of Four. Hard to find guy quilt patterns and this looks very doable in busy summer months. Thanks for the chance to win.

  340. Va says:

    Love the quilt patterns but I think the inspiration for me will be Patriotic Quilt of Valor…….

  341. Marianne says:

    Love this magazine and would love to win a fat quarter giveaway!! :)

  342. MaryE Littman says:

    Antique Kaleidoscope inspires me use pieces I have saved from my children and the grandchildren clothing to pass onto them.

  343. Terry Wills says:

    It’s a toss up between Emily’s Wedding and Mid Summer Solstice. I love the colors. they stimulate the creative juices!

  344. Karen K. says:

    Love Emily’s Wedding Quilt (our youngest is getting married this summer) and Strawberry Skies Star Quilt! Can’t choose!

  345. Wendy says:

    I love Spring Radiance – the scale is perfect. I also am inspired by Strawberry Skies – while I don’t normally like pink quilts, the shade of pink and brown reminds me of strawberry ice cream with chocolate sauce. yummy!

  346. Beth Owen says:

    I love the Midsummer Soltice quilt. The colors and fabrics are gorgeouse!!

  347. Susan Marlier says:

    I love the quilt called ‘Summer Porch’ by Eleanor Burns. It just reminds me of summer and picnics and fun.

  348. Rina says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt makes me think of summer and Flirt is one of my favorite fabrics. I just finished a lap quilt using it.

  349. DeAnn R says:

    Spring Radiance is just my style, not to mention anything springlike is welcome here in Minnesota!

  350. Joan Maddox says:

    My favourite patterns are the Midsummer Solstice (love the bright colours) and Homespun Honey (I like chevrons). Now I have to hurry and finish the ones I’m working on so that I can start something new for the summer.

  351. Debbie Gibbs says:

    Midsummer Solstice appeals to me!

  352. carol goans says:

    I love the look of power of 4 I think it would be great for my sons

  353. Sharon G says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae because we are a Navy family. Hubby, son both Navy vets. This quilt suits them just fine. Thanks for including it in the magazine.

  354. Jenelle Boxberger says:

    I knew right away when I saw the name “Homespun Honey” that I would love it and yup I was right when I looked at the picture it makes me want to go sew right now.

  355. Nancee Meyer says:

    Quilt of Valor quilts always inspire me. I especially like this issue QOV and plan on making it in the near future.

  356. Jenniffer Eberley says:

    I love Homespun Honey. It is just warm and cozy feeling.

  357. Katherine Carter says:

    Emily,s wedding quilt sounds interesting,but, I ‘ve got to finish Lindsie’s wedding quilt before I start another project. Thanks

  358. Karla Hanns says:

    I absolutely LOVE Spring Radiance!! Can hardly wait for my magazine so I can start it!!

  359. Linda Combs says:

    These magazines excite me as much as the Christmas Catalogs we received as a child! Colors just make me feel alive!

  360. Patricia Hersl says:

    I see Spring Radiance as a great beginner class. Nice for an easy to finish too!

  361. Karen Vanderlinden says:

    I love a challenge! And I love hot colors! Midsummer Solstice provides both of those things! What a fun summer quilt it would be! Gorgeous!

  362. Sheri Fowler says:

    The one that inspires me is Midsummer Solstice Quilt. The bright colors remind me of summer, which is just around the corner!!!

  363. Betty Elliott says:

    Spring Radiance or Strawberry Skies. I just love star patterns!

  364. Allison Evrard says:

    I’m inspired to make a Disappearing Nine Patch quilt for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter. She’ll soon be moving into a “big girl” bed and of course needs a quilt made my Grammy.

  365. Michelle Hahne says:

    I would love to make Strawberry Skies in bright colors for a picnic quilt.

  366. Marilyn White says:

    I absolutely LOVE the “Sparkler” quilt pattern! For some reason I am drawn to geometric designs, especially ones designed for foundation paper piecing. I truly love to see squares, triangles, rectangles mysteriously combine to make intricate, interesting quilts.

  367. Maureen DeLassus says:

    Homespun Honey, Love it! Might do it in some beautiful Blues I’ve been saving!!

  368. Ann Robertson says:

    I am a new quilter, but I think I just may give “spring radiance ” a go! It’s lovely!

  369. Dottie Alexander says:

    I plan on making Emily’s Wedding Quilt designed by Liz Porter. This quilt has so much movement yet every block is complimentary to the next block.

  370. Royce Sorrells says:

    I am inspired to make the Antique Kaleidoscope quilt. I like to foundation piece and this pattern will use up a lot of scraps. A free download pattern is great too. Thanks.

  371. carol says:

    Midsummer solstice inspires me to keep on quilting, love the bold color

  372. Lisa Stevens says:

    As soon as I saw Emily’s Wedding Quilt I knew I had to make it. Then I saw Aunt Gracie’s Garden and fell in even deeper! I went right out and bought the Tri-Rec’s ruler and some white fabric. I’ve had a stash of 30’s reproductions for some time now and am excited to get started!!!

  373. grapenutquilter says:

    Homespun Honey! Can’t wait to get started!

  374. Diana F says:

    the power of 4 really grabbed me. simple, with nice colors and beautiful. just makes me feel nice and it would go nice in my bedroom

  375. Lori H. says:

    I love Midsummer Solstice!!!!

  376. Melissa Soto says:

    I plan on making Spring Radiance and Strawberry Skies. I like both of them and they will make great gifts. Especially the Spring Radiance and the small squares outlining the big middle square I have the perfect idea for this quilt as for colors. :) Good luck everyone.

  377. Kathy N says:

    I am inspired by “Non Sibi Sed Patriae” I think that the QOV is a worthwhile project and this quilt looks beautiful!

  378. Sandra Austill says:

    I love all the quilts but I would like to make Non Sibi Sed Patriae. I love everything about it.

  379. Linda Sizemore Behymer says:

    During the summer, we ride our motorcycle and visit Veteran’s homes. We do Patriot Guard Missions, funeral escorts for fallen loved ones, always at the request of the family.
    This has drawn me to the Quilts of Valor patterns. I love them and have been making them to take to the Veterans homes. Thank you for running such wonderful and easy patterns for the QOV quilts.

  380. Pam Pommer says:

    I always love patriotic quilts. They inspire me.

  381. Chuck DeBono says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win and this and thank you for the pattern.

  382. Lois Fackler says:

    I like “Washington Island Poppies” the best. It is so colorful and summery. I feel that I could make this without “too” much trouble. I’m rather new at quilting!

  383. JoNell says:

    Twilight is so bright and fresh looking. Thank you for the chance to win the beautiful bundle.

  384. Bev Koons says:

    I LOVE Homespun Honey!!!! Beautiful :)

  385. Jan Curtaz says:

    I’ve never made a Kaleidoscope, so that’s for me!

  386. brenda lea says:

    I love spring colors such as yellow and blue and love that combination. As soon as I get caught up with my school work I hope to start a quilt that will left my spirits.

  387. Barb Hardy says:

    Well it was hard to pick witch one i liked there were two of them ,but i did and it was Emily,s Wedding Quilt its just so pretty it all most looks like the Jewel quilt block. And I love that quilt.

  388. Florence K says:

    This issue is lovely. !! Twilight looks like a fun quilt to try for summer, the colors pop out and paper piecing could be fun. I really like Curvy and will consider doing this one one for sure as its a nice way to use up stash of leftovers and an excuse to buy a few new pieces. Thanks for the chance to win . Good Luck to all. :)

  389. April Jones says:

    Really hoping to win a bundle! What great inspiration to put it to use in making Midsummer Solstice!!

  390. Liz Black says:

    I’d love to make the High street for my daughter!

  391. Debi G says:

    Curvy fascinated me…..very creative way of creating a block, using strip piecing, that does not appear to be blocky or strip-pieced.

  392. Millie Penuel says:

    Emily’s Wedding quilt is so compelling. I have a daughter getting married this fall and would love to make it for her.

  393. Nora G. says:

    I really like Emily’s Wedding Quilt – the design and the colors, it really calls to me!

  394. Jane Kerr says:

    Emily’s wedding quilt is my favorite inspiration but honestly this issue is packed with inspiration!!!

  395. Carol Hinkle says:

    Love Emily’s Wedding Quilt.

  396. Qurrat Thakur says:

    I would love to make Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I would like to make it in two toned fabrics. Varied shades of cream for the white background and shades of maroon for the colored part.

  397. Donna Brancy says:

    I want to make Homespun Honey…working on it during the summer then it is ready for fall.

  398. Debra Guarriello says:

    I am inspired by the bright colors in Emily’s Wedding Quilt.

  399. Karla P says:

    I am new to quilting. It would be awesome to win some fabric to add to my stash. I have lots of patterns that I want to try.

  400. Sue Hull says:

    I really like the colors of Homespun Honey

  401. tammy lynn says:

    spring radiance for sure. beautiful

  402. JENNY L PUTNAM says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt

  403. Karen A says:

    I’d like to give Curvy a try.

  404. Kerrie says:

    There are so many quilts that I like! But if I have to pick one for this summer, I would try either the Wedding Quilt or Curvy.

  405. Lynne J says:

    love love love the Twilight quilt!

  406. Kathy C says:

    The Non Sibi Sed Patriae inspired me. I have been making Quilts of valor for 6 years nowand I love this new pattern. It i now on my list to make once I get my copy of the magazine.

  407. Angela Ruppert says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I made a quilt with 1930’s reproduction fabrics in a quilt class. I have a large stach left over!!! This will be the perfect quilt to use up some of my stash!!! The colors are bright and cheerful like summer!!!

  408. LINDA says:


  409. Strawberry Skies is just beautiful, soft, and feminine. I’m thinking its just the thing for my big sis. She’s always been an inspiration to me.

  410. Judy Nell says:

    I would love to make two of the Non Sibi Sed Patriae quilts. One for our local Veterans Center and one for my family to use as a ‘blanket’ at the beach on the 4th of July.

  411. Teri powers says:

    I like twilight

  412. Susan Hogaboam says:

    Midsummer solstice gets my vote the colors remind me of the northern lights.

  413. Franny Rustand says:

    I love Non Sibi Sed Patriae . The red, white and blue and the design makes me think of picnics on the 4th of July. I cant wait to get started on making this quilt so it will be done before July. I love watching all your shows on our local PBS channel. Thanks for all your patterns, tools, tips, and how to’s.

  414. Cheryl Frose says:

    They are all beautiful! But I think I like the Antique Kaleidoscope best. Thanks for the chance to win.

  415. Elizabeth Garner says:

    I love the Midsummer Solstice quilt because of the bright, cheery colors.

  416. Christine Slaughter says:

    I love the Twilight quilt. Fresh summery colors, and a modern look!

  417. Sandra Neel Hutchins says:

    Spring Radiance is a reminder that joy can come to us if we just open our eyes and see.
    That quilt brings inspiration for happy summer quilting. Thank you for giving us such wonderful choices for our summer quilting.

  418. janet walters says:

    Spring Radiance looks great! I would enjoy making it.

  419. Marg Sutherland says:

    I’d love to spend some summer hours making the Power of Four. It has a lovely serenity with the sand and sea colours, just the thing for a summer’s day of quilting.

  420. Pam Kelley says:

    I love them all… My favorite is Emily’s Wedding quilt. I love the colors, the challenge and I have a bunch of 1930 repo fabrics. Also, a long over do wedding quilt to make. Can’t wait to get started. Thanks Liz for the inspiration.

  421. Sharon Drazan says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt- in a green/rose color way for Grandaughters wedding

  422. Mary Swift says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt, this one is one I would really like to try.

  423. Helen says:

    Hmm, which would I choose? Probably Curvy.

  424. Kathryn Patch says:

    I am not an expert quilter but love it just the same. My inspirations are in my cedar chest. The ones lovingly pieced by my Mom and my Grandmother — especially the postage stamp one my Grandma made – full bed size and pieced by hand!

  425. isabelle krushelniski says:

    i likethe spring radience quilt pattern

  426. Cathie Scanlon says:

    I like Spring Radiance.

  427. Deb Rayman says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies.

  428. Dianna says:

    I like Emily’s Wedding quilt. I love the colors.

  429. Lea J. says:

    I love all of them, but am most inspired by “curvy” because i’ve never seen anything like it and it looks FUN!!

  430. Elaine Glass says:

    I really like the Strawberry Skies. It has a relaxing quality and great for a summer breeze on a patio with a swing!!

  431. Nancy B from Many LA says:

    I like Emily’s Wedding Quilt – the design is pretty, colors are great, and wedding’s are so popular in the summer!

  432. Marjory W. says:

    I like Spring Radiance.

  433. Anna says:

    Pomagrante Mountain is my pick. I like the repeating triangles.

  434. Barbara Spurr says:

    So many great quilts in this issue….but I think the Power of 4 would be a great summer project.

  435. Teckla says:

    Spring Radiance. It’s beautiful!

  436. Kay Hersh says:

    I love the fresh blues and melon colors for the summer. Quilt on!

  437. Dawn Paulson says:

    LOVE Emily’s Wedding!!!! This fat quarter bundle is so happy & cheery!

  438. Susan Hobbs says:

    My son was taken with Power of Four. Have been looking for a quilt for the last of my children. When he showed it to me I knew this was the one!

  439. Pat Levac says:

    Emily’s wedding quilt would be perfect for summer, especially with the addition of those give away colors. Light, airy and refreshing!

  440. Rita Schiavone says:

    Love the Washington Island Poppies quilt. So bright & cheerful!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  441. Brenda Miller says:

    I love the Antique Kaleidoscope. I have always admired this type of pattern and it may be time to make one. I love your magazine. I received a subscription as a gift and always look forward to the day it arrives.

  442. Linda Aimers says:

    Spring Radiance is beautiful!

  443. Danette says:

    I love the midsummer solstice! It is so bright! I love bright colors and it inspires me to get my self sewing this summer!

  444. Gail Wright says:

    Spring Radiance is very pretty and small enough to be done in a short amount of time. So many things happening during this time of year, a smaller project is perfect!

  445. Gale W. says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is beautiful and I just might take it on! I can do it!! Beautiful fabric, thanks for the chance to win!!!

  446. Deborah says:

    The Antique Kaleidoscope quilt is on my to-do list already; I love paper piecing and this one is so simple and a real stash buster!

  447. Marsha says:

    I love Curvy and Twilight. Bright and beautiful. Both look like fun.

  448. Cindy McLaughlin says:

    I get excited everytime I see the quilts. I love getting quilt mags. Even looking at them online, I get excited to try something new. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  449. Keryl Vair says:

    Love the cover quilt Midsummer Solstice. Can’t wait to make the QOV Non Sibi Sed Patriae. Thanks for the sneak preview of inspiration!

  450. Roxie Svoboda says:

    Love the Midsummer Solstice the colors look so yummy & remind me of cool sherbert on a hot summer day. Perfect for that special granddaughter’s bedroom. Thanks for the inspiration.

  451. Robbie McAndrew says:

    I live at the beach and enjoy making quilts in fun seashore designs for visiting family as gifts.

    • maria wiegel says:

      Hi! I am planning on making my granddaughter a quilt with some of the panels from Elizabeths Studios.I am looking for ideas on how to piece it together.Where do you get your ideas for your projects?Thanks for any input.

  452. beckt wendt says:

    love this magazine and all quilts and I really love quilting and fabrics…

  453. Kay Holm says:

    I really like Emily’s Wedding quilt, I have used the tri reqs on one other quilt and I really like the “circular” look it makes. However, for the summer, I was impressed by the quilt of valor with its simple straight four patch turned, and the interest of the slightly wonky straight pieced block. I think that would be the one I would do for summer and the other for a special occasion like a wedding or something.

  454. Judy Rosendale says:

    I love getting the mail and the Fons & Porter magazine is in it. I like the Quick wedge quilt, which is going to be my summer quilting project. Happy Quilting!!

  455. ronamoo says:

    Great fabrics! love to sew with these.

  456. Jmniffer says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is my favorite. Time to get those Tri Rec rulers!

  457. Cheryl burton says:

    Washington poppies makes me think spring eventhough it’s still cold in MN.

  458. Letitia Kilgrow says:

    Antique Kaleidoscope is the one i would like to get a chance to make.

  459. Robin Johnson says:

    The pomegranate mountains one would be my first choice. I could easily piece the triangle parts by hand while at the beach or traveling then put it together by hand either at home or at a CW reenactment. But several of them cought my fancy. I liked the twilight one because I like sampler style quilts that the blocks can be cut then easily hand sewn while traveling or waiting for an appointment or while enjoying the beach.

  460. Lynda Clelland says:

    Spring Radiance inspires me the most to sew for summer.

  461. Barbara Turner says:

    I love Strawberry Skies! It looks so soft and cuddly!

  462. sue t says:

    Twilight–Modern Star Quilt is my favorite. I think it would be fun to hand stitch the negative spaces with different colors of embroidery floss. Also, I’m taking a color theory class and would like to apply some of those skills to Pomegranate Mountains.

  463. Florence Dupuis says:

    Its hard to choose. Pomergrante Mountains or Washington Mountains.

  464. Vicki says:

    I am a 1930’s reproduction fabric lover! Emily’s Wedding is right up my alley. I would love to try it or the alternate version Aunt Gracie’s Garden. Love the applique!

  465. Vicki says:

    I am a 1930’s reproduction fabric lover. Emily’s Wedding is right up my alley. I would love to try it or the alternate, Aunt Gracie’s Garden. Love the applique.

  466. Debra Romero says:

    I love Spring Radiance! It’s a quilt that makes me smile and I believe it is one I can get done with my limited quilting time. Love it!!

  467. Kalynn says:

    Washington Island Poppies – Love they way they pop!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  468. Connie says:

    Washington Island Poppies, received the magazine and I think at my skill I can do it

  469. Sally Dixon says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies! It says bright summertime to me!

  470. Peggy Baum says:

    I love the Non Sibi Sed Patriae-QOV pattern. It’s such a great cause, that I’m really inspired to make one.

  471. maria wiegel says:

    I love Spring Radiance! I recently ordered a subscription to Fons and Porter and after seeing these quilts I can’t wait to get my magazine.

  472. Lea Brummett says:

    Emily’s Wedding quilt is bright and cheery, makes me long for summer!

  473. vicki says:

    I like the spring radiance.

  474. I love them all, but my fave is Pomegranate Mountains

  475. Barbara Fritz-Elliott says:

    I love the cover quilt. It makes me happy just looking at it!

  476. Rachell R says:

    This issue is chock-full of great quilts, so it’s hard for me to choose. I really love Emily’s Wedding Quilt, and Washington Island Poppies.
    And I wish the bonus quilt Spring Radiance was in the magazine–I will definitely need to download it!

  477. Laurie Weimar says:

    Emily’s wedding quilt

  478. Melissa Foster says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae–Patriotic Quilt of Valor is the one that reminds me most of summer. Red, white and blue always says summer to me with memories of swimming, laughing, homemade ice cream, watermelon, corn on the cob and fireflies.

    The pattern that I will definitely be making is Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I have a niece who’s name is Emily and I think this will be the quilt that my mom-in-law, my sister-in-law (Emily’s Mom) and I could make together and put away for that day far off in the future when Miss Em gets married.

  479. Miriam Steinhauser says:


    I like many quilting patterns, but I think I like Jacob’s Ladder the best for summer. You can use this pattern over and over again, and every time it looks different. And you can use much of your stash, although I have tried it in just two colours too. So that’s my favourite pattern;



  480. Linda Carr says:

    It was a toss up between Spring Radiance and Strawberry Skies. I think Strawberry Skies remind me of summer more because of the softness of the colours and the thought of summer being just around the corner with many hues of pink colours to start blooming in the flower beds. It was hard to choose sooooo many great choices in this issue.

  481. Mary Jo Warren says:

    My favorites are Strawberry Skies and Homespun Honey.

  482. Carolyn McMath says:

    I love Power of 4…my son would love that quilt…wonder if the Civil War repro fabrics I have collected would look good pieced by that pattern?? Would love it if more patterns were queen or king size!

  483. Bertha Goggin says:

    I love Spring Radiance — It looks so fresh – I love those colors too! Love the magazine, and especially love having in available on the computer.

  484. Maria Borden says:

    Antique kaleidosce.I love the colors,and the design. And I love the magazine!

  485. Sarah Eheart says:

    Midsummer Solstice would be my choice for a fun summer quilt to make with my daughter this year.

  486. Sarah Eheart says:

    Summer Solstice is my choice for making a fun quilt with my daughter.

  487. Deborah Simonick says:

    I am inspired by strawberry skies. It makes my eyes melt like my mouth does around fresh strawberry

  488. Dee Davis says:

    I’m torn between The Power of 4 and Washington Island Poppies. The poppies make me think more of summer but I think my favorite is The Power of 4.

  489. Chris says:

    The Spring Radiance is very summery and pretty! The flowery print looks like summer to me, I am inspired, now we just need summer!

  490. Franny Rustand says:

    I think Non Sibi Sed Patriae quilt is beautiful. I like the patriotic colors, but I think this pattern would look good no matter what color you selected.

  491. Cindy Pieters says:

    my favorite would be Spring Radiance

  492. Anne Robertson says:

    Several quilts caught my eye in this issue (as usual!), but my favorite is Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I love the way straight lines give the optical illusion of curves! I will have to give this one a try.

  493. Maria Borden says:

    I like antique kaleidoscope would be a fun summer quilt to make,I like the colors.

  494. Amy Gijon says:

    Twilight is my favorite. I love how simple and interesting it is at the same time. The colors are refreshing, perfect for spring. I think I will make one with similar colors and add some tone on tone to the mix.

  495. Claudia Yates says:

    Pomegranate Mountains inspires me and is my favorite style of quilt to make because it is a fat quarter quilt.

  496. Ginny says:

    I like Curvy–great way to use up scraps!

  497. Christel Powell says:

    I love the colors of Midsummer Solstice. Everything that summer should be. Bright, cheerful and happy. I’m just learning to quilt and love the easy instructions and tips in each issue of Love of Quilting. Can’t wait to make this one.

  498. Kathy B says:

    I like Midsummer Solstice because it makes me think of midsummer

  499. shantelle stately says:

    I love the strawberry skies.

  500. Debra Conness says:

    My heart’s desire is with “Emily’s Wedding Quilt” done in my stash of 1930’s fabric, or maybe some solids. The choices are endless! A nice ice tea, or pink lemonade drink with lots of ice, sitting in the shade, and quilting with the birds chirping and people playing in the pool, ahh, what a delight!

  501. Karen says:

    Spring Radiance… I can see that expanded easily into a bedsize quilt, just by repeating that center block.

  502. Teresa says:

    I love the Midsummer Solstice quilt. The colors are just scrumptious!

  503. Diane Calvi says:

    Curvy is fat quarter friendly and I love the burst of colors it portrays against the white background. Good Job!!!!

  504. Diane says:

    I was drawn to Non Sibi Sed Patriae, it would be a wonderful quilt for anyone who loves the USA or for someone who has served our country.

  505. Jamie N says:

    Midsummer Solstice is the quilt that inspires me into the summer projects. I can already envision a few options to create a quilt for myself and a couple gifts.

  506. Norma Horne says:

    Winning the fabric to make Antique Kaleidoscope would definitely scratch that itch I’ve had for a long time to make a kaleidoscope quilt! I’ve got my fingers crossed!

  507. Bridget Mahoney says:

    I love the twilight pattern. The colors inspire me, it is so spring!

  508. Janet T says:

    Love the Midsummer Solstice. The soothing colors remind me of sunset on a wide, white painted front porch, with wicker furniture, etc. I can feel the cool evening breeze right now!!

  509. Jean Bonjour says:

    The quilt Homespun Honey speaks to me the most to inspire me to do some summer quilting. It inspires home and comfort to me.

  510. Connie says:

    I love the curvy pattern. It has a nice flow of colours.

  511. Bridgette B says:

    I love the Midsummer Solstice quilt on the cover. The bold, bright, cheery colors make me think of summer.

  512. Shate Coughlin says:

    I really want to make a star quilt with raonbow colors like jan knapp. Very summery to me.

  513. Ella Keto says:

    I love Emily’s wedding quilt. I love the look of curves but not have to do them.

  514. Allison Evrard says:

    I’m inspired by Spring Radiance!

  515. Jo Stires says:

    I like the Washington Island Poppies. Flowers are my favorite things.

  516. Joy Banks says:

    Love Emily’s Wedding Quilt. Gorgeous!

  517. Regina Taeger says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae is the summer quilt for me. I’m a vet so it seems appropriate and if I change the colors to black, yellow and possibly grey I could use it in my room for my bed

  518. Nancy C says:

    I love Washington Island Poppies. I am so ready for spring!!

  519. Karen Oakes says:

    I love the Antique Kaleidoscope and can imagine it in a variety of colorways.

  520. Paula Malone says:

    I want to make the summer solstice quilt. It is beautiful. My birthday is the first day of summer. Perfect quilt for me. I was thrilled to get the magazine in the mail with this quilt on the cover.

  521. Nelda Schrader says:

    I love the colors in Homespun Honey.

  522. Nelda Schrader says:

    I love the colors in Homespun Honey

  523. Tammy Kostuik says:

    They are all so pretty, but I’d start with the Power of 4!

  524. Debra Miller says:

    I love Curvy! So fun and whimsical. Just like carefree summer days.

  525. Debra Miller says:

    I love Curvy! So fun and whimsical. Just like a beautiful carefree summer day!

  526. Diane Caison says:

    I love Spring Radiance it is so pretty. I would love to make it. Purple is a favorite color of mine.

  527. Sue says:

    I like Non Sibi Sed Patriae, it reminds me of the 4th of July.

  528. Gail Spencer says:

    I am inspired by the Non sibi sed patriae quilt pattern. It would make a great Quilt of Valor, and I haven’t worked with the wedge shape before. I would also try in in a different colorway.

  529. Renae Williams says:

    I love the Power of 4! I have a collection of fabrics and this is just what I may make with them! Thanks!

  530. HelenMarie Marshall says:

    I am already cutting red, light tan/cream and blue scraps for the flag quilt!

  531. Kathleen Watson says:

    I love the Midsummer Soltice because it is so full of life and summer warmth!

  532. Patricia says:

    Strawberry skies, I love the softness of the color combination.

  533. JUDY DeZARN says:

    At nearly 70 yrs old, I’m a new Quilter! This is just my second issue of Love of Quilting and I have devoured it! Emily’s Wedding Quilt Is most inspiring to me…it reminds of of the old quilts that were on my bed growing up.

    Judy DeZarn

  534. Myra Sattler says:

    I couldn’t pick just one I love Emily’s wedding quilt and homespun honey. I just love both of them equal and love them. I love the fabric that they were done in.

  535. Sarah McDonald says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies. I will do it in oranges, red oranges, and that bright yellow orange of California Poppies.

  536. Mary Jo Abel says:

    I love to so even in the summer. We go to the lakes and I even come prepared if it rains and usually sew in the morning when my husband golfs. My favorite and I absolutely love it is Emily’s Wedding Quilt.

  537. Scott Murphy says:

    Being a veteran i will have to go with the red,white and blue of Non Sibi Sed Patriae.

  538. Mary Jo Abel says:

    I love to sew in the summer at the lakes when it rains or when my husband golfs. Every day is a great day if you get to sew. My favorite quilt is Emily’s Wedding Quilt.

  539. Mary says:

    I really like several of the patterns, but Strawberry Skies is calling my name for summer. I love the star pattern and the soft colors are so soothing.

  540. Virginia says:

    I like the Armageddon pattern. I quilt a LOT! Would love the prize.

  541. Lesley says:

    Love Emily’s Wedding quilt. Thanks for the chance!

  542. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I really love the Homespun Honey quilt! the colors are beautiful!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

  543. Lisa Downing says:

    I love Spring Radiance. It is just gorgeous!

  544. Linda says:

    My favorite quilt is Non Sibi Sed Patriae.

  545. Bonnie says:

    So many beautiful quilts! My favorite is Spring Radiance.

  546. Janie says:

    The midsummer solstice with its many colors!

  547. Gail B. says:

    I really like Aunt Gracie’s Garden. I will use batiks and a cream background. If time this summer might also make Washington Island Poppies.

  548. Shelly Sandy says:

    I enjoyed Emily’s Wedding Quilt, esp with the cutting bee fabric exchange idea.
    I also liked the very feminine Strawberry Skies.

  549. Kim P says:

    I was drawn to Midsummer Solstice. It looks so intricate with the different patterns which emerge when it was sewn. I have looked at this several times, and am still drawn.

  550. Janice Young says:

    All are beautiful quilts. I would love to make the Spring Radiance quilt.

  551. sharon says:


    it is fresh, modern, cheerful and with freestyle (?) top stitching…i can feel its comfort, already :) i would love to make this quilt; since it’s offered as a kit…i may not be able to refuse!

  552. Teresa Dickenson says:

    I love the “Non Sibi Sed Patriae”. My Dad was a WWII vet, in the Navy, so it is not only beautiful, but has special meaning for me. I would love to make it this summer.

  553. Diana Barry says:

    I love them all. Emily’s wedding would be a fun challenge. I also like Washington Island Poppies. Thanks.

  554. Lourdes Fay says:

    I really like the “Power of 4″ because it looks like it would go together fairly easy but it creates a stunning quilt.

  555. Helen Cannon says:

    I sure do like your show. I just wish there were more show like your. Keep up the good work.

    Helen C.

  556. Pam from CA says:

    Twilight is the most inspiring to me!

  557. Aunt Grace’s Garden is one I would love to make. I love the scrapey look and I have an Aunt Grace :)

  558. Helen Lee says:

    I would love to make Power of 4. My latest passion for improvement is in the quilting; I do my own quilting on my domestic machine. This quilt offers the opportunity for some great quilting.

  559. Sandra Day says:

    I love the quilt on the front of the latest Love of Quilting magazine Midsummer Solstice.
    I also love the one on last months magazine, Emerald. I went out and bought the fabric for it already. I guess it will be my first summer quilt.

  560. Pat V. says:

    I just love Washington Island Poppies! So cheerful and it feels like summer to me!

  561. Deb W says:

    I love Spring Radiance! – my favorite colors, too! I would love to win the fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity.

  562. Diane Mettam says:

    I love Midsummer Solstice! I love the colors, the vibrant joyous feel of the pattern. I smile each time I look at the quilt.. You’ve got a winner there!!

  563. Lynda H says:

    I think that I would like to work on Strawberry skies – finding just the right soft fabrics to make this one up would be the fun part.

  564. Ginger says:

    Really like the Power of 4 – great quilt for my hubby!

  565. Esther Walker says:

    I like “Emily’s wedding Quilt”. Just looks like fun to make.

  566. Sherri Hines says:

    Antique Kaleidoscope looks like a fun way to use up scraps! I have just a few!

  567. I would like “Emily’s Wedding” quilt.

  568. Sheila says:

    The Power of Four would be my favorite. Reminiscent of my three sisters and myself.

  569. Idaho Marilyn says:

    “Homespun Honey” inspires me for summer quilting. I just watched Mary’s interviews with Lynn Hagmeier on your website. Lynn’s designs are perfect for summer quilting- quick and fun. I can complete several versions of Homespun Honey in various fabrics and still have time for summer fun!

  570. Deb Cline says:

    Strawberry Skies is the perfect summer quilt. That’s the one I would like to make!

  571. Laurette McKedy says:

    I recently heard about Quilts of Valor and am so inspired! My cousin is in the Navy so I thought I would start by making a quilt for him. When I read the description for the Non Sibi Sed Patriae, Patriotic Quilt of Valor, I knew that would be the one for him! I love it when a pattern clicks and you know it’s THE one!!

  572. Joan V says:

    I like midsummer solstice and Emily’s wedding.

  573. Alison Vennie says:

    I love the strawberry skies. I think it looks fresh like a summer day.

  574. Marcy H says:

    Thinking about the summer patriotic holidays I have decided to do my 1st “Quilt of Valor” using the pattern in the May/June 2013 “Love of Quilting” magazine. Already have the material, backing and batting.

  575. Nancy Graham says:

    The ‘Power of 4′ is the quilt for me, because it reminds me of summer, in a cottage on the sea
    A masculine quilt, it is just the best, to snuggle up my five grandsons as they take a rest

  576. Louise Buker says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is probably the pattern I would choose to make. I have been looking for a pattern to make out of my Grandmother’s feed sacks. I would like to make them for our immediate family members as a keepsake in her memory. This would use lots of the patterns in each quilt.

  577. patricia crocker says:

    I love midsummer solstice. Of there are many that are favorites.

  578. Karen says:

    Antique Kaliedescope – definitely a great scrap/stash-buster quilt!

  579. Vicki H says:

    I like the Midsummer solstice

  580. Maggie Wooley says:

    Love the Spring Radiance and the included detail on mitering

  581. Tami Whitehead says:

    Iam inspired by Midsummer solstice. the colors in it remind me of a summer flower garden in all its colors. Happy colors you can’t help but smile. Even

  582. Patsy Marinelli says:

    I would make the Non Sibi Sed Patriae to honor my friend’s son, Christopher, a Marine who died from injuries received in Iraq.

  583. Mom C says:

    I like Antique Kaleidoscope. I have lots of scraps that I think would look stunning. Thanks.

  584. Janet says:

    Emily’s Wedding quilt is so on my list of quilts to do … plan on working on gathering fabrics this summer … just love this quilt.

  585. I would choose Spring Radiance. I love the combination of purple white and black.

  586. Tania Untalan says:

    Washington Island Poppies is definitely the one that says “summer” to me!

  587. Debra H says:

    I am inspired by the naval inspired quilt, Non Sibi Sed Patriae. I live near military bases. Our men and women have been deployed multiple times. Their time away from families and valor deserves this beautiful quilt. Thank you for sharing.

  588. judy penton says:

    Spring radiance is what I’ll make first!! So excited about all the patterns and advise!

  589. mary graff says:

    The quilt I would choose is “Emily’s Wedding Quilt”. It’s just beautiful!!

  590. Nancy says:

    Absolutely the Curvy inspires me for a variety of reasons. One, the light airy colors used puts me in mind of a northeastern summer nap with the windows open and a light breeze blowing.

    I love curved piecing for the interest it creates and have made numerous apple core quilts and loved them all. I can see Curvy for a tremendous amount of potential in a variety of fabric options, including batiks!

  591. Anne H says:

    They are all lovely, but Spring Radiance calls to me.

  592. Rose Iverson says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt-The nice bright colors are very cheerful and you could use any combination of fabrics and colors.

    I love getting your magazine and was happy to see that Liz has retired.

  593. penny steers says:

    I would love to quilt Emily’s Wedding quilt. I have a son that just got married and this would be so perfect for him!

  594. LJ says:

    When I think of summer quilts I think of flowers and bright colors.

  595. Deb says:

    I LOVE and am totally inspired to make the Non Sibi Sed Patriae–Patriotic Quilt of Valor! So beautiful and I love anything patriotic! And when I think of summer I think of the red, white and blue! Can’t wait to start on this one!

  596. Pamela says:

    It’s a toss up between Non Sibi Sed Patriae and Antique Kaleidoscope. I love anything even vaguely patriotic and the challenge of the many many pieces of the Antique Kaleidoscope is also enticing.

  597. Tracy Guaman says:

    I have paged through this magazine at least a dozen times, now, and each time–I find a new favorite! Emily’s Wedding Quilt hit me the first time around–love all the colors. Then, it was Twilight, Spring Radiance, etc, etc. Looked through my issue again today–and now, I am thinking that it will be either Twilight (which I can imagine in bright colors with lots of blues and turquoise for my sister) or Curvy–which I think would make a great scrappy quilt! I can hardly wait to get started!

  598. Darrell Hardenburg says:

    I love scrappy quilts so the most tempting quilt is Antique Kaleidoscope.

  599. Judy O says:

    I love the way Curvy makes my eyes move. The choice is what colors to work with?

  600. Bunny says:

    Homespun honey

  601. Jackie Warren says:

    I want to make the Spring Radiance. I am anxious to make the mitered corners. Thanks for the video lesson.

  602. Nichola Spoerl says:

    Love the Antique Kaleidoscope.

  603. Dianna Whitehead says:

    I would love to make Aunt Gracie’s Garden , I love 1930’s fabric. And I have just been longing to make a table runner with some matching, really cute placemats and napkins!!! Thank you for the give away! I would sure put those fat quarters to good use!

  604. Four dogs and one quilter says:

    Would love to make Twilight in soft summer colors.

  605. Susan says:

    I want to do two – Radiant Spring and Eccentric Star.

  606. Nancy Eriksen says:

    I think Spring Radiance speaks to me more than the others. I love the colors and, although I’ve been Learning to quilt for a few years, I actually think I can do this one without a lot of help. Branching out is good but scary!

  607. Vickie Keith says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies quilt pattern by Mary Fons. It is so Summery looking and love the bold colors.

  608. Wanda Presley says:

    I love the Power of Four Quilt! Its fresh take on sand, sea and sky in a variety of fabrics provides wonderful texture, too. This modern and masculine quilt will sew quickly as it is straight-line piecing with 4-inch strips and 4-inch squares. Simply wonderful!

  609. Julie B says:

    I like Spring Radiance. I thought it would be a great picnic quilt.

  610. Chris says:

    Probably Emily’s Wedding but there are several that I could do really I love Kaleidoscope quilts.

  611. Shirley says:

    I think I like Emily’s wedding quilt the best. I love the setting and the repros. It looks like an interesting pattern to tackle.

  612. Barbara Myall says:

    Pomegranate I love Pomegranate tea it was meant for me!!

  613. margaret bushman says:

    Non Sibi Sed Patriae is my favorite. God bless those who serve our country and their families.

  614. Sandra says:

    I am inspired by Emily’s Wedding Quilt, as I enjoy mostly traditional quilt patterns. Strawberry Skies for the colors, and Spring Radiance just because it makes me think of spring! However, Emily’s Wedding Quilt is my favorite.

    I would like to see a few “two-color” quilts using green colors.

  615. Barb says:

    Spring Radiance perked my interest.

  616. rachel kornstadt says:

    emily’s wedding quilt

  617. Lisa Thiess says:

    Strawberry Skies inspires me! I am expecting a grandbaby in October and I would love to make a pink and brown quilt if we are blessed with a little girl !!! After having 4 sons I know I would have so much fun making little girl quilts, dresses, aprons, etc.
    love your magazine!

  618. Crystal Mills says:

    I like homespun honey. The colors are just my style.

  619. merilynne says:

    I love the Antique Kaleidoscope quilt.

  620. Lisette Leveille says:

    Hi, I like the Antique Kaleidoscope…Great way to use all scraps.

  621. The Antique Kaleidoscope rings two bells in my mind and heart– I love old scrap quilts and I get excited with blocks that create secondary patterns when placed together!

  622. Cathy V says:

    I would like to make Antique Kaleidoscope. I’ve made a kaleidoscope quilt before using templates. This paper piecing method looks like an answer to prayer! I love trying different ways to make a quilt. New piecing techniques keep quilting exciting for me. This quilt is definitely on my “to do” list!

  623. Liz V says:

    Being focused right now on sorting & straightening my storage, I love the Antique Kaleidoscope and the potential to use up “leftovers”. Thanks for the opportunity on the bundle!!!

  624. Sharon says:

    It is hard to pick because I have two favorites….I like in Midsummer Solstice and I also really like Emily’s Wedding quilt. It is hard to pick between the two. I love the colors in Midsummer Solstice and I like the fact that you can use a lot of scraps in Emily’s Wedding quilt. They both are beautiful!

  625. Janey Cooki says:

    I would love to make “Strawberry Skies” for my granddaughters this summer. They are true pink-inspired girls!

  626. Sarah says:

    I love the one on the cover–the colors just sing summer!

  627. Theresa says:

    I’m in the mood for Red, White & Blue with Non Sibi Sed Patriae

  628. Shirley says:

    I love Washington Island Popies – would be a beautiful quilt for my granddaughters

  629. Rhonda Hunter says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt of scraps. Rumor has it there may be a wedding in our family this year–I think I better start now!

  630. Betty Drake says:

    I love the Homespun Honey quilt. I have the pattern marked to try it as soon as my studio is set up.

  631. JoAnn says:

    I really like the softness and calmness of Strawberry Skies. I think this would be a great quilt to make.

  632. Beverly says:

    The colors of the cover quilt, Midsummer Solstice make me happy. I am inspired!

  633. Donna W says:

    Patriotic quilts and the 4th of July, says summer to me. So, I would make the Non Sibi Sed Patriae.

  634. lw says:

    When midsummer soltice popped up my heart threw in an extra beat. The colors…spectacular, flow, swirl…definitely spoke of summer!

  635. Pat Pulis says:

    Spring Radiance’s beautiful colors support an uplifting design.

  636. Lori Robertson says:

    I want to do Spring Radiance because I don’t have many quilts that say “summer” or “spring” and this one will work for both.

  637. Judy says:

    I was immediately drawn to my patriotic side with “Non Sibi Sed Patriai” but feel that’s better colors to make during winter months but for summer…..I need those colors and “fresh summer feelings” of “Strawberry Skies”.
    You gave us lots of beautiful quilt options to choose from so it was a difficult decision – thank you for this opportunity to win some “always” needed fabrics.

  638. Kathy says:

    The Washington Island Poppies is inspirational and has such bright and beautiful colors.

  639. Carol Gearey says:

    I love the Washington Island Poppies patterns. The bright colors against the white background just shout summer! So crisp & colorful!

  640. Tricia Deen says:

    Midsummer Solstice is my favorite in this issue.

  641. Doreen Weyland says:

    I really like Non Sibi Sed Patriae Patriotic. I like the lines!

  642. Sheryl Odle says:

    I like Curvy. It is bright and reminds me of summer. I wish summer would get here.

  643. Sheila says:

    For me it is a toss up I love Homespun Honey for the rich earth tone colors but I also love Emily’s wedding quilt for the spring colors so fresh and clean. Great magazine!

  644. Allyson Edde says:

    I really love Twilight. Especially the “Tried and True” version featured in the magazine, although I think I might invert the light and dark parts to make the stars really pop against a dark background. Reminds me of stargazing on the trampoline as a kid.

  645. Nann says:

    Emily’s Wedding is a based on a block pattern I made note of years ago but haven’t tried. This cheerful version may be the inspiration I need to finally try it out!
    Each issue of the magazine has at least one quilt I want to try, and usually more. Thanks for the perfect blend of traditional, contemporary, and antique.

  646. I like the High Street quilt only would prefer to do it in blues and creams.

  647. Kristel Parish says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE Emily’s Wedding Quilt!!!

  648. Linda Hall says:

    I love the quilt “Non Sibi Sed Patrie” by Toni Jacobson in May/June 2013 Issue. My daughter is currently serving in Africa and will be home in July. She has had tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. Her husband is currently in the Jordan and due home in October. I think this would be a nice quilt for them to honor their service…as the quilt title means “Not for self but for Country”.

  649. Linda Ferguson says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I already have one started!

  650. Shelia says:

    Washington Island Poppies! I love colorful poppies and I can see this quilt sharing a space on my porch with my cut flowers.

  651. C Walker says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is inspirational for a summer project.

  652. Ramona Collins says:

    Although you don’t think about autumn colors and summer together, I love Homespun Honey, and the rich colors of autumn shown in the magazine. This quilt would look lovely in some medium pastel summer prints. The reason I most love the quilt is it’s use of precuts which help to get our quilts completed much faster and save so much time in the cutting process. Fons and Porter is such an inspiration to us as quilters and I can’t wait to see their magazines each month and watch their shows over and over again on TV. Thanks for the opportunity to win these adorable fat quarters. Carry on with all the terrific “inspiration”.

  653. Diane Zettler says:

    I MUST make Mark Lapinski’s Curvy, because as usual Mark’s quilts are always a challenge. Of course it will depend on the weather. I only quilt in the summer on a rainy day otherwise I’ll be in the garden,(my other love).But no one said it couldn’t carry over into the fall.

  654. Diane Zettler says:

    Thank you for your consideration

  655. jo says:

    It would be Antique Kaleidoscope. I like that it is fat quarter and scrap friendly.

  656. Judy says:

    As I look at Midsummer Solstice I’m thinking what a neat quilt it would make for one of my granddaughters. The colors are so bright and happy.

  657. Sandi Marks says:

    I love everything; it’s hard to decide with such beautiful options.

  658. c says:

    I love homespun honey…it would be fun to make…

  659. Helen Sullivan Sini says:

    I like the geometric simplicity of Pomegranite Mountains.

  660. Helen Sullivan Sini says:

    I like the geometric simplicity of Pomegranite Mountains. Looks like a great scrappy quilt idea!

  661. i found non sibs sed patriae to be the most inspiring in this issue. in my family i have several generation that have been in the militaty from General McCellen, a great great grandfather to my brothers dale(army) and Jerry(Marines) and nephews in the navy. i will make this quilt and donate it to the local military hospital in
    Pell City, Alabama. thank you so much for this.

  662. Michele Timms says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt… But it wasn’t an easy decision,

  663. Joan Mihal says:

    I loved Spring Radiance, and look forward to making it!

  664. Amanda A says:

    I love the color in the Midsummer Solstice quilt! They are absolutely beautiful together and I want to make a quilt just like it!!

  665. Kim Robertson says:

    I love love love the Washington Island Poppies quilt. Summer always reminds be of being outside and this quilt enhances that memory. Thanks for the fantastic pattern.

  666. Kathryn says:

    I wish I had time to try them all. I am inspired by Emily’s Wedding Quilt!

  667. Pam Sickles says:

    I am very new to quilt making. I have only made quilted pillows, a few doll blankets and a few baby quilts.
    My favorite is Emily’s Wedding Quilt, but the Web Extra, the wedding alternate. Nothing speaks summer more than beautiful colors, flowers and butterflies. I have already printed the border and am trying to get the material together. Lots of colors to choose!

  668. SHERRI DEMETER says:

    I think the wedding quilt: it is an optical illusion…looks like curved pieces, but they are not! I had to look at the pattern closely to see it. The curved appearance with the squares and triangles adds design and makes it look twice as hard!

  669. Jean says:

    I love Emily’s Wedding Quilt, and the idea of doing it as a fabric exchange.

  670. Michelle says:

    I love Spring Radiance the best with it’s beautiful star and floral combination – it invites one to sit outdoors.

  671. Marissa Falicki says:

    I love Curvy! The pattern reminds me of ripples in a lake when I used to skip stones. Great spring/summer memories!

  672. Alexandra Yount says:

    Hmmm….i love all of them!!
    The midsummer solstice might be my fave :)

  673. Janet says:

    Washington Island Poppies is a quilt that I would love to make. It speaks to me!

  674. Bonnie Fish says:

    Emily’s Wedding Quilt is my favourite.

  675. Jean Ridley says:

    I am definitely going to make the antique kalediscope and Emily’s Wedding Quilt. I may try to make the midsummer solitice. Now on to pick up some fabric :-)

  676. Faith T. Holloway says:

    I Love that you always have a nice mix of patterns for everyone and every skill level in each of your Magazines. Keep up the Great work, Faith

  677. Debbie says:

    I love the magazine , the tips, patterns, I find it very informational and gives me new ideas about the next quilt. Emily’s wedding quilt seems to be a must do for me!!!
    Love it!!!!

  678. I love everything about the magazine, I find it very helpful to choose my next project. Which might just be Emily’s wedding quilt!! So beautiful!!!

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