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Giveaway Winner and Valentine Fun

Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway last week. According to random.org, the lucky number was 7. . . Tu-Na quilts!!  Congratulations!! (And may I recommend that you click that link and visit her delightful blog? I was intrigued by her name. . . . Lovely work and fun posts!!) Karen, please check your e-mail so I can send your book!

Since you guys have me all heart-eyes with your kind comments, I thought I would do a little Valentine’s Day round-up of cute heart stuff you can find around The Caffeinated Quilter. Some are free tutes, some are patterns from my shop. All come with me just an e-mail away if you need help making them! It’s fun and a little nostalgic looking back through tutorials. I find it hard to believe I started this blog nearly seven years ago!  So please join me in a little reminiscing.  And if you’ve made any of these projects, send me a picture!

Free  valentine Projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hugs and Kisses Coasters– a fun, easy little tutorial to make your own X’s and O’s in time for Valentine’s Day. Perfect for someone just learning EPP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sweet Strawberry Pincushion– no, really, it is a heart!  Uses the Clover heart-shaped yo-yo maker.

 

Patterns for purchase

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Loverly quilt-a-long– A multi-week blog series to help walk you through the Loverly table runner in my book Adventures in Hexagons.

 

Looking for a cute and quick EPP project? Check out my sweet little Conversation Pieces pattern.

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Conversation Pieces– one of my first, and still favorite EPP patterns. Equally adorable in reds and whites, as my dear friend Elizabeth proved.

Heart of the Prairie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heart of the Prairie– a lap-sized quilt pattern using simple rail fence blocks as a backdrop for big hearts. Quick to piece!

 

Happy Stitching, my friends!!

5 comments

  1. Elizabeth says:

    I love reminiscing with pictures. And I am re-inspired by Heart of the Prairie. I had forgotten that I wanted to do that one. Pondering my stash 🙂 I need to send pics of some of my Caffeinated Quilter projects. Loverly is back in progress 🙂

  2. Tu-Na Quilts says:

    Thank you for picking me to receive the book. It will be so inspirational and I look forward to receiving it. Thanks for visiting my blog and finding it fun. I blog because I enjoy writing. Thank you for such a nice review of my blog.

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