Friday, 26 June 2015

A Giveaway!! Sea Star Quilt Pattern

Today Cheryl at Meadow Mist Designs is launching her Sea Star pattern



I was lucky enough to test the pattern (you can see my version here). It is a fun and easy pattern to make. Depending on your fabric choices, you can get a really different look and feel to the quilt. Cheryl is showcasing some of the other test versions of her quilt on her blog, so go and check those out for some different interpretations.

I have a copy of the pattern to giveaway to one lucky reader, courtesy of Cheryl. All you have to do to be in with a chance is leave a comment here – any comment will do, but if you want a prompt let me know what fabric you would use to make it in if you won.

I’ll draw a winner next Friday, 3rd July (Australian time).

If you can’t wait to find out if you’ve won or not, you can buy your own copy of the pattern here,here or here.

30 comments:

  1. I think greys and yellows. Your quilt is beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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  2. Please enter me in your giveaway. The colors you chose are beautiful. I love blues, so I think I would have to make it with shades of blue.

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  3. Love your version of Sea Star, especially your quilting! Great job!

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  4. Super pattern, but I think I would try purples and greys. Hope an international entry is OK. Thanks

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  5. I would like to use scrappy grey and yellow tones on white background, if I was going to make my own version.

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  6. I would like to use blues and yellows.

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  7. I'd use blues/greens/aquas !

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  8. I would do a controlled scrappy version in lime green, orange, and deep royal blue on a pale grey background. I used that combination recently and really liked it.

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  9. I may try a white and red combo...love the quilt!

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  10. Thank you for the giveaway. I think a controlled scrappy would be nice.

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  11. I love the quilting. It's like ocean waves. I'm thinking of something with blue and purple batiks with a gray/light background.

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  12. I think I would use my Up Parasol FQs

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  13. What a great pattern. I'll probably use orange -- my favourite colour.

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    1. I like the colors you used. :-)
      renragjd@gmail.com

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  14. i love this pattern, i would make mine in teal shades and gray background.

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  15. I would make this in navy with some cotton + steel prints.

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  16. I would use teals like the pattern cover!!

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  17. I love your fabric choices. I might try a rainbow colored sea star, Thank you for the opportunity. rmgsummers@yahoo.com

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  18. I love your fabric choices. I might try a rainbow colored sea star, Thank you for the opportunity. rmgsummers@yahoo.com

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  19. Love this version of the quilt!

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  20. I love your version of this quilt!

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  21. I first saw this pattern at Shauna's World. Love the pattern! It wasn't until I saw it in the different colors that I noticed the stars! I love your version! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. It's amazing to see how different fabric choices make these test quilts look so different-they are all beautiful!
    Liz Horgan, eahorgan@gmail.com

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  23. I would use vibrant batiks on a black background. Thanks! coudre at dmdrafting dot com

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  24. Love your cie selection on this one!!

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  25. Your choice of color is perfect, very nice baby quilt, thanks for the chance to win a copy of the pattern

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  26. This is such a pretty pattern with so many options available. I have some batiks in blues and teals that I'd like to use for this. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  27. I really like the colors you chosen here. I think I would go with a red one with black, gray and white thrown in. Red is my son's favorite color.

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  28. I'd use yellows and oranges.

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