Thursday, March 29, 2012

I'm A Guest Blogger Today at Sew We Quilt!

It's a month of table runners over at Sew We Quilt blog this month, and today I'm a guest blogger there.  Here is a sneak peek of the photo from the tutorial that I posted there today. 



I hope you will hop over to Sew We Quilt to see my post and leave a comment.

My green Nearly Insane quilt is also over there on the banner for this month. 

Sew we quilt


Thanks for stopping by for a visit today!

46 comments:

  1. Congratulations Lu Ann. You always do lovely work.
    Will pop over now to have a look.

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  2. I love red color. beautiful.

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  3. congratulations LuAnn,
    I´ll pop over right away, it very exiting ☺
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  4. Your work is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. That's a great tute, LuAnn! and your projects are beautiful, as always. Great job!

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  6. Was just there and loved your tute and the table quilt and mat!

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  7. Thats a fantastic tutorial,thanks for sharing and love your projects.I`m a new follower and nice to meet you!

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  8. Great tutorial! Though I have to admit it took me a while to understand what you'd done wrong with the heart.... d'oh! Worth it to get your hexy rug too.

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  9. Great save on the stitchery pattern. Love the design of this table mat.

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  10. such a beautiful tute! i love the colors, so bold and pretty.

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  11. Thanks for the great tutorial over at Mdm Samm's. It's a wonderful combination of handwork and piecing. Congratulations on your new grandson, too!

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  12. I've always loved using quilts on tables but your hexagon 'mistake' is fantastic. Thanks for showing how to make lemonade out of a lemon (not that your work is anything like a lemon - you know what I mean). Thanks.

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  13. JUST GORGEOUS>LOVE RED AND WHITES SO MUCH! THANK YOU FOR POSTING ABOUT THIS PRETTY PROJECT!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  14. Good tutorial - a two-fer. beautiful table topper and a great mat - don't you just love red and white together.

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  15. Love the tutorial. What a gorgeous table cover. Thanks so much for sharing over at Madam Sams.

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  16. HOpped over from MadameSamm's - I love the reds and whites together- sooo pretty! thanks for the tutorial!

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  17. Great tutorial at Sew We Quilt! Love the red and white! :)

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  18. enjoyed the tute ... love the leftover block! nice of mme samm to have you and send us here. great blog!

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  19. What a gorgeous project! Just beautiful!

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  20. What a gorgeous table cloth. I love what you did with the "block gone wrong"-wonderfully doable and a great tutorial.

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  21. OMG...I love your tablecloth...your redwork is beautiful and your 'oops' turned into an amazing table mat!!! TFS :o)
    ~Terry~

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  22. Thank you for the tut. I love it!

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  23. thanks for the tut - GREAT instructions for a novice quilter.

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  24. Your leftover block turned out so cute as that hexagon tablemat. I love both of these. Congrats on being the guest blogger. Your quilts look wonderful! Thanks for sharing the tutorial too.

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  25. Like the combination of handwork and piecing. Great tutorial , thank you

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  26. I like the idea of being able to use the table runner for more than one holiday. It is beautiful.

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  27. Thanks for the tutorial. I will try it out.

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  28. Great idea! Thank you for sharing the "how 2's".
    Congrats on your invite to be a Guest Blogger. You designs are super.

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  29. Nice little topper you made with you "oops" block, LuAnn. Great tutorial!

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  30. I love your table topper. Red is such a vibrant color to work with. Thanks for the great tutorial.

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  31. Enjoyed you tut and what great embroidary. Thanks for sharing!

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  32. Great Job! Love them both. Jan

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  33. Love the table cloth! Beautiful work!

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  34. Oh gosh! I loved both your red and white quilt and the table topper you made. Love your embroidery as well. I'm making a red and white quilt with redwork as well. It has snowmen and birdhouses on it and hope I can get it done before Christmas. hehe. Thanks for a great tutorial!

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  35. Your work is so beautiful!!! I love how these turned out!!! By the way, CONGRATULATIONS on being a new Grandma!!! I had a grandson that was born on March 16th! He's our third grandchild! Being a Grandma is the BEST!!! =D

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  36. Love the green quilt in the blog header at Sew We Quilt! Thanks for sharing!

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  37. Enjoyed your post and lovely quilts at sewwequilt. The redwork is awesome.

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  38. Enjoyed your tutorial and quilts at sewwequilt.

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  39. Thank you for the tutorial Luann! That heart stitchery is so sweet! (Love the Nearly Insane quilt, too!)

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  40. I'm here from Sew We Quilt. What a great way to save a beautifully embroidered square. Your table cloth quilt and table topper are gorgeous!

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  41. Great save on your embroidered lock. The hexagon mat is so cute. Glad you were asked to be a guest contributor. You did a very nice job.

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  42. I love this pattern and I love how you put it all together! The stitching is just gorgeous. Thank you for sharing.

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  43. Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing your tutorial!

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  44. We've long been inspired by urban art and have finally created a collection that pays homage to this secret addiction of ours!

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