Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Enchanted Blog Tour - Next up! The Crafty Quilter


Next up on the Enchanted Blog Tour:


And oh, does she have a treat for us!!!
Here's a sneak peek....


You know you want to see more!!
Click HERE

You can buy Enchanted fabric Here and Here and Here!
Ask for it at your Local Quilt Shop!!

You could win a bundle of Enchanted fabric by leaving a comment here.
One entry per blog post per day of the Blog Tour, here on Loose Threads.

Enter everyday to increase your chance of winning!!!

Blog Tour Schedule

Monday, Jan 23rd - Little Londyn
Tuesday, Jan 24th - Jedi Craft Girl
Wednesday, Jan 25th –  Loose Threads
Thursday, Jan 26th - Meags and Me
Friday, Jan 27th - Pretty by Hand


Monday, Jan 30th - Tie Dye Diva
Tuesday, Jan 31st - Two Sisters as Squirrel Hallow
Wednesday, Feb 1st - Striped Swallow Designs
Thursday, Feb 2nd - Izzy and Ivy
Friday, Feb 3rd - Ellis and Higgs


Monday, Feb 6th – Aurifil
Tuesday, Feb 7th - The Crafty Quilter
Wednesday, Feb 8th - Two Sisters at Squirrel Hallow
Thursday, Feb 9th - Jina Barney Designz
Friday, Feb 10th - Riley Blake


51 comments:

  1. Thank you for the sneak peak! Love it and look forward to see more when it will be up on the crafty quilter blog!

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  2. I am falling in love with Enchanted!
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  3. I love Julie's use of the plaid for the sashing.

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  4. I really love Julie's Dresden quilt!

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  5. wow this quilt is so pretty and so sweet. she did a lovely job putting the fabrics so they show off the best

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  6. I'm an avid follower of Julie. I just love all that she does and on top of that...she loves to share "how" to do things besides. Isn't it cool how she used the plaid for sashing. It makes the sashing look as though it was pieced and lots of work!! :)

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  7. I've wanted to make a Dresden plate block for a while and those fabrics are beautiful.

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  8. I love the way Julie used the plaid fabric as sashing around those Dresden plate blocks! Beautiful collection!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  9. Love Julie's baby quilt! The quilting in the border is wonderful!

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  10. Oh My Goodness, this fabric line is SO adorable! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  11. I just love Julie's baby quilt, I'd love to make one just like it.

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  12. Love the sashing on the dresdens! Really makes the quilt!

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  13. BEAUTIFUL DRESDEN QUILT! THANKS FOR SHARANG!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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    1. This is really a beautiful quilt!

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  14. What a great quilt! the plaid she used for the sashing is fabulous!!

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  15. This might be my favorite quilting project on the tour, it is certainly charming. I love that all the fun fabrics were included and the quilting is just beautiful--she isn't even done yet!!:)

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  16. Julie's Dresden Baby Quilt is stunning! So cute in these fabrics!
    Susie

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  17. Julie's Dresden Plate quilt is beautiful! It really shows off all of the fabrics in this collection.

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  18. Loooove the Dresden Quilt from Crafty Quilter!! Her use of the Plaid is AWESOME!!

    Looooove this collection of fabrics!! Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way!! :D

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  19. I love the dresden quilt! I need one!

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  20. This is a lovely dresden quilt in your fabrics.

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  21. Wow, gorgeous baby quilt. Hopefully she'll post a picture when the binding is complete. Thanks for the great blog hop.

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  22. I love the colors in this quilt- just beautiful!
    3dears (at) gmail (dot) com

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  23. That's an especially charming quilt today, and I really love the plaid as smashing!

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  24. I would have never thought of using the plaid sashing. Great idea.

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  25. I love Dresden Plate blocks and Julie's look wonderful in these sweet fabrics. Thanks for sharing!
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks!

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  26. Wow, fabulous quilt and yummiest fabrics.Ii love about the quilt and design!

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  27. I've got a Dresden Plate project on my goal list for this year and this one is a beauty! I'm looking forward to Julie's tutorial soon!

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  28. I LOVE Julie's baby quilt. She just has a great way of putting fabrics together, but she has certainly put Enchanted fabric at the top of my wish list. Also glad to find your blog as a result of her participation.

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  29. This looks lovely, I've always wanted to make a dresden quilt.

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  30. I LOVE plaids, what a great collection. thanks

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  31. I love those dresdens, and the mix of colors is so nice--there is such a good balance between the dark of the navy and the lights of the pinks and the lighter blue.

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  32. Pretty collection. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  33. Great post.

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  34. I love Dresden quilts and this one is awesome made with this fabric! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  35. Lovely! Thanks so much. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  36. What a beautiful Dresden quilt! -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  37. Love how colorful
    this quilt is.
    Carla from Utah

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  38. What a fabulous baby quilt!
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  39. What fun fabrics, I am fairly new to quilting & love all the inspiration I see here

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  40. Beautiful quilt! I love the border quilting on it.

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  41. Very interesting blog tour. I've enjoyed it.

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  42. I loved the baby quilt and the dress. Great ideas!

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  43. Great post
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  44. The quits are fabulous. Well done on the designs as well. Thanks for sharing.

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