Friday, February 11, 2011

Tidbits by Kari Ramsay | { Fat Quarter Shop Fridays Sponsored Post }

Happy Fat Quarter Shop Friday everyone! Kari Ramsay of Fresh Cut Quilts is visiting today to tell us all about her recently released line, Tidbits, from Henry Glass Fabrics. Please give her a warm welcome! Check out those wonderful browns, blues and dusty pinks.

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My wife and I had the opportunity to meet Kari and her husband at Quilt Market this past fall in Houston during Cake Party. Shortly before we met, I wrote to her and asked if she'd be interested in talking about her fabric line for my readers. She answered with a very enthusiastic, "Yes!"

Here is some background information about Kari from her designer profile:

As a child she loved to sit at her mother’s side and watch her paint and sew. She soon began learning to paint from her mom and then continued on to sewing lessons. Her passion for creative design continued throughout her young life as she dabbled in photography, calligraphy, graphic art, pottery, sewing, drawing and painting. Kari attended the University of Oregon and majored in Fine and Applied Art. While there she met her future husband and they eventually married and moved to Utah. In Utah, Kari became a professional floral designer, and for over ten years designed and created floral arrangements and wedding flowers for many of Northern Utah’s elite customers.

When Kari had her first child in 1999, she left floral design for motherhood and began sewing for her family. Quilting soon became a passion for Kari and she began creating her own quilt designs with hopes of turning these designs into a business of her own one day. Fresh Cut Quilts Pattern Co. began in 2007 with little more than a few designs and a big dream. She named the business “Fresh Cut” as a play on words from her love of floral design, flowers, and her idea that quilts should be “fresh” and unique. Her business soon took off, and she continues to design patterns for the quilting industry. She continues to live in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains in Utah with her husband and children.

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RWQ: Welcome Kari! Thanks for being here today. Please tell us a little bit about yourself. What is your design background?

I began painting when I was very young. Maybe about 4 or 5 years old. My Mom painted with oil paints, and she taught me how to hold my brush and how to mix colors. Later, she taught me to embroider and to sew clothing. When I was in Junior High and High School I took art classes all throughout. But, I still loved painting and pursued it more than Pottery and Calligraphy. When I went to college, I majored in Fine Art, but never finished my degree. I had considered becoming an art teacher, but things didn't work out that way. I began a career in Floral Design in my early 20's and continued to design with flowers for about 10 years. I focused on wedding floral design, and consultation. Creating a beautiful day for a Bride is a wonderful gift to give. I really enjoyed my work, but the hours became demanding with a family. At that point, I left floral design, and renewed my interest in sewing. Not long after that I learned to quilt. 10 years later, I am designing quilt patterns and quilting fabric, and now my Mom teaches my patterns to students in her area. I am so grateful, and this has become a dream come true for me.

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RWQ: Where do you draw your inspiration from when designing in general?

My design inspiration can come from any source. One of my favorite sources of inspiration comes from early 20th century America. I love to collect vintage feedsacks and I get many ideas from these. I own many vintage collectibles that range from the 1920's through the 1940's. A few of my favorites are, a 1927 Lovell Family wringer washing machine, a 1920's Marvel parlor stove, a child's doll high chair, and several vintage 1930's era quilts. One piece that I own is a 1925 GE Hotpoint Range. The sleek lines and almost Art Deco feel of this range is lovely and it is a perfect depiction of 20th Century American design. It was intended to be a beautiful piece in every housewives' kitchen. I use it as a Side Board in my dining room and I find it very charming. I often see designs in architectural detailing, carpet and rug designs, and from nature. Flowers, trees, butterflies, Dragonflies, and anything unusual in my surroundings, can all be sources of great inspiration.

RWQ: Is this your first design to be licensed on fabric? What other mediums do you design on?

This is my first line of licensed designs. I am continuing to work with Henry Glass and we are beginning to develop my next line of fabric. I often design with acrylic paint and Bristol Board, pencil and paper, crayons, any writing or drawing instrument usually. When I need color inspiration, I often go to the paint department at a hardware store. They have thousands of paint chips, and the myriad of colors helps me play with color. This is particularly useful in the winter when our gardens are covered in snow!

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RWQ: Is there anything you want to tell my readers about your inspiration for Tidbits? Do you have a favorite print in the collection?

My inspiration for TidBits came from Art Deco styling, contemporary art, and I think it has a late Victorian era feel with a modern twist. I love to mix different design styles, so I think my fabric lines should express that. There are pieces in the line that are largely contemporary, and the Damask pieces could almost be wallpaper in a Victorian Parlor. It is hard to choose just one piece that is my favorite, but I love the Bracelet Dots. They make the formal pieces in the line a little playful. They add a simplicity to the drama, and I love that.







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RWQ: How can my readers find more information about your company?

I can be found by going to http://freshcutquilts.com or by checking out the Fresh Cut Blog at http://freshcutquilts.blogspot.com

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Thanks so much for being here with us today, Kari! Tidbits is a wonderful new line. I can't wait to see what you're working on next!

Kari has brought along a copy of her book to give away to my readers. Thanks Kari. She also arrived with a fat quarter bundle of Tidbits to go along with the book!

Released in the spring of 2010, Tidbits from Triangles, by Kari Ramsay, features 10 simply creative projects using half square triangles.

I will draw one winner using the Random Number Generator on Friday, February 18, 2011!


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To win, leave a comment on this post. Only one entry per person, please. All duplicate entries will be deleted.

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305 comments:

  1. Looks like a great book and what fun fabric!

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  2. Beautiful book, beautiful fabric. Thanks for the chance.

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  3. So many pretty prints in the fabric. I love the raindrops!

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  4. Can't wait. I'm so intrigued by those colour combinations!

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  5. I am a newbie to the world of quilting. Nice to get a inspiration from kari.

    Love to see my name getting picked up as a winner

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  6. Thank you for sharing Kari's story. She is one talented artist. The fabrics are gorgeous.

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  7. Thanks for introducing Kari. The book looks fabulous! Thanks for a great giveaway :-)

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing this line! I'm not usually a lover of HG fabrics, so I wouldn't have likely noticed it until too late!! But it is PERFECT for a room I'm turning into a sewing studio! The hunt for the perfect funky damask with green and blue is over! :)

    And thank you, Ryan, for the giveaway as well. you have such a good eye for awesome design!

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  9. Lovely fabric and book! Thank you for the chance in this giveaway.

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  10. Oh wow that is such a gorgeous line!!

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  11. Beautiful! I love the look of this fabric line (and there's nothing better than a new book)
    Thanks for hosting this interview :)

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  12. Totally loving that brown with the flowers!
    That's some pretty fabric - would LOVE to win it.
    Pick me pick me, random-number-generator-thingy

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  13. Nice book and beautiful fabric. I really like the quilt too. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  14. Very nice colours!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  15. An interesting interview. Thanks for the wonderful winning opportunity! The fabrics and book are just beautiful!

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  16. I like the chocolate fabrics selected!

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  17. What a lovely give away. I hope to be the lucky one to win this.

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  18. This book looks great...I love working with triangles!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. Oh yummy blue brown and dusky pink some of my favourite colours. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda

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  20. So many pretty prints in the fabric. I love the raindrops!

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  21. I would love to make a quilt with these colours - so bright and cheerful!

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  22. Thanks! I would love to win, so here's my entry. :o)

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  23. I really loved to hear about Kari decorating with vintage appliances (wish I could find an old stove for a sideboard). Thanks for the chance to meet her :)

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  24. Ryan the profiles that you do are great. Thanks for introducing us to amazing designers and quilters. Winning is nice but I think the real prize is reading the blog.

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  25. This is a really beautiful fabric line! Would love to win and play with them :)
    Best wishes
    Susanne

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  26. so nice to 'meet' kari! half square triangels? sign me up!

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  27. Lovely giveaway!
    Thanks for the chance :)

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  28. Beautiful fabrics.Thansk for sharing

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  29. Ooo, those colour combinations are delicious!

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  30. Gorgeous! Thanks so much for the chance.

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  31. Ryan, thank you for sharing all these great people with us. Also, thank you for making the entries simple. No hoops to jump through. I am heading over to Kari's blog now.

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  32. Beautiful fabrics! I can think of many uses for these. Thanks!

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  33. Beautiful fabrics. Gracious and generous giveaway!

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  34. Beautiful fabric! Thanks for sharing these wonderful artists with us!

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  35. Beautiful fabrics!
    Lovely giveaway!
    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  36. It was fun reading and getting know Kari and learning something along the way. Thanks so much for sharing your time with her, with us. Her fabric, design and colors just make you smile.

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  37. Oh that fabric looks delightful! I would LOVE to win. Thank you for having such a great giveaway :)

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  38. I Love Kari! I have waited impatiently for her line to arrive and I can't wait to get some. Winning some would make my day. The book has also been on my wish list so, BONUS!

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  39. Thanks for the interview and giveaway. The fabric is lovely and the book looks great.

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  40. Beautiful line of fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  41. Interesting book and like the fabric. Robert, in northern Iowa.

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  42. Thanks for a nice interview. I love these fabrics and hope I win!

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  43. Love the fabrics and the book looks wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  44. Interesting book and like the fabric. Robert, in northern Iowa.

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  45. This line of fabric is so pretty!I always like floral prints. Thanks for introducing it :)

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  46. The fabric looks like it would be a fun line to work with.
    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  47. I love the bracelet dots too! This looks like a great line and a great book. Thanks for the giveaway

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  48. Lovely fabric, inspiring interview and generous goveaway as always.

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  49. What great springy fabric. Really enjoyed the interview!

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  50. I love all the bright "springy" colors, especially this time of year! :) Thanks for sharing your story!

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  51. Love the fabrics, especially those Bracelet Dots!
    :)

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  52. Oh how lovely fabrics! I love bright colours.

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  53. The bird cage is so charming in that first pic:) I like the teardrop pattern and the damask,such yummy colors. Very interesting that she was an art teacher, then floral designer and then quilter. I did floral designing as well for only a couple years though:)

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  54. Love the fabrics and would love to win the book.

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  55. So Tasty! I love it. Great background work too! ;)

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  56. Oh My this is quite Yumm... I will be seeing paint chips in a different light from now on :) Great Interviews Ryan.

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  57. would love a chance to win the book and fabric - one of my favorite places to visit is the fat quarter shop (love that place - I could live there if they would let me)
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  58. Love the Tidbits line. And I love to read about your featured designers. It's awesome to hear the story behind the fabric. thanks!

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  59. The book looks wonderful and the fabric are to die for...thank you for the chance to win this giveaway

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  60. I like the name of the fabric line, very cute!

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  61. I love those colors. So bright and happy. A welcomed change to the blanket of white we have here in New England.

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  62. What a great fabric line. Thanks for sharing and giving us the chance to win some for ourselves.

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  63. This collection resonates with me. it must be the Art Deco influence. Thanks for sharing!

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  64. Thanks for introducing me to Kari Ramsey.

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  65. Such lovely fabrics, would love the book as well. I enjoy reading Kari's blog as well. :)
    sandangels1945@hotmail.com

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  66. Ryan -
    I just stumbled upon your blog last week and love it!

    Such a nice interview with Kari! Thanks for the opportunity to have a chance to win her book and FQ bundle!

    Terri in Minnesota

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  67. There seems to be more browns coming out in fabric, very nice paired with those pinks and blues ~ very pretty live. Thanks for the chance.

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  68. Those bolts of fabric look so lovely.

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  69. beautiful fabric, count me in!

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  70. Wow! Love that line! Really beautiful! Thanks for the opportunity to win.=)

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  71. I am learning new things everyday and I love reading your blog.

    Crystal
    Fort Lauderdale, FL

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  72. Wow! I am loving this line of fabric. I love the colors, I love the design, I love how it all works together. Wonderful stuff!

    Thank you for the chance to win some and what looks like a great book.

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  73. Fun fabric + fun book + fun interview = Awesome!!!

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  74. Great story and beautiful fabric!

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  75. Wow I love this line. The designs are playful but sophisticated at the same time. Especially love the little dew drops!

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  76. Thank you for introducing us to Kari! Love the fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

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  77. I love this fabric, it's so super pretty! Thank you for introducing us to this line! :)

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  78. Love your "fresh" new line - especially the paisleys. Very beautiful.

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  79. The fabrics are lovely. I love the triangle quilt.

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  80. I am loving this new line of fabric. The girly pinks are fantastic with the splash of blue pulled in. My favorite would be the polka-dots. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

    email: nataliemfrancis@gmail.com

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  81. Wonderful interview with Kari.
    She has a wonderful line of fabric and love the quilts.

    Debbie

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  82. The book and fabric look fantastic! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  83. What beautiful colors! thanks for the chance to win.

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  84. I love reading about designers on your blog. It's a great resource and site of inspiration.

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  85. I really like the Blossoms and Buttercups quilt! Also love the fabric. It reminds me of spring.

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  86. I am always on the lookout for fun fabric and patterns. Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  87. Love the color combos in Tidbits - would love to win some - thanks.

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  88. It is so interesting to meet a talented quilting person! Thanks for sharing Kari's story!

    Best wishes,
    Tatyana

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  89. Thanks for a great interview and for sharing a great giveaway.

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  90. I love books! and this one seems wonderful! Beautiful fabric too!
    Thanks for the chance :)
    hugs, margie

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  91. So very pretty! what a fun book

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  92. Just lovely! Love all the bolts of fabric stacked up! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  93. Thanks, Ryan, for such an interesting interview! Kari's story is just as bright and fun as her fabrics! Thanks for hosting a giveaway - hope I can win!!
    Jacque in SC

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  94. Interesting post, thanks for sharing! :)

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  95. I love the fabrics, especially the bracelets! I need practice working with triangles, so this book would be the perfect solution. Thanks for the giveaway. I enjoyed the interview as well.

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  96. Love the prints...sometimes the prints are just to much but I see a balance in her designs and love it....

    Shannon Margaret

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  97. The book looks very interesting and I love all the fabrics

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  98. The colors are gorgeous. Love this line. Thanks

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  99. Kari is very talented; thx for the chance to win some of her fabrics.

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  100. The fresh cut blog is a good read. Thanks for the sponsored giveaway from FQS. Looks like great book and certainly like the circles on the fabrics.

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  101. I love the two quilts Kari shared and I love hearing how everyone starts out.
    Thank you both for the giveaway.

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  102. Fun fabric and sounds like an interesting book!

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  103. Love Love the brown with the little dot pentagrams. Would be such a beautiful quilt to make with the fat quarters.

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  104. I love the fabric line. Very beautifuly! Thank you for this opportunity to win!

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  105. Thanks for working with Fat Quarter Shop to have the giveaway. I depend on you blog writers to let me know about all the marvelous new fabrics out there!

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  106. Such pretty fabric and a great interview! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  107. So many new designers tempting us! Thanks for the intro

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  108. Thank you for introducing Kari. Best Wishes for your new line of fabric. A "must have" to add to my stash

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  109. Love the quilts! Beautiful book and fabric. Thanks for the chance!

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  110. What a beautiful fabric collection and the book looks fantastic too! Thank you for the great interview and the opportunity to win!

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  111. I would love to win this giveaway! The fabric is gorgeous!

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  112. Love the fabric, will be looking for it at the store. Enjoy your blog. Nancy P.

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  113. Thanks for the great interview and a glimpse at her new line! Designers are so talented!

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  114. Thanks for another great interview! I love the bracelet dots, too! And the raindrop fabric is beautiful ...

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  115. Lovely! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  116. Great fabric and interview! I love the raindrop design. Thanks Ryan, Kari, and FQS!

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  117. Beautiful fabric! Thanks for this giveaway!

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  118. Looks beautiful. Thanks for the chance!

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  119. Tidbits looks like a great new line. I love the blend of antique and contemporary. Congrats on your first fabric line, Kari. And thanks for another great interview, Ryan.

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  120. What great fabric! Thanks for the opportunity!!!

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  121. Great for a first line !!! I look forward to many more lines from Kari !

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  122. The fabric looks really nice...love the colors. Thank you for the giveaway : )

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  123. I see some absolute must-haves in this range!

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  124. Fresh and dynamic prints and very encouraging to hear Kari's journey, God bless her, I'm sure she made the best looking bouquets.
    jbrgeternity@hotmil.com

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  125. What a beautiful fabric line! And the Blossoms and Buttercups quilt is lovely - I would be honored to be chosen to win this fabric - I would definitely make that particular quilt - so pretty!

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  126. I would love to win theses fabric and the book.

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  127. Blossoms and Buttercups is a beautiful quilt. I like Kari's designs and the way she sets up her quilts for photos.

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  128. Great interview! Thanks for the chance!

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  129. Just lovely fabric, they'd be so pretty in a quilt. Thanks for the chance at a great giveaway. Good luck everyone!

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  130. awesome giveaway - looks like a really cool book! I'm attached to HSTs but could always use fresh ideas :)

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  131. Love the beautiful browns in this line...

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  132. I love HSTs!! What a fabulous idea for a book!!

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  133. What great colours in that line, beautiful!

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  134. A book and fabric! Somehow I missed this line of fabric. How lovely.

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  135. Wow what a talented lady! Love the fabric line...beautiful colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  136. What a great book and I love the fabrics.
    Thanks Kari & Ryan

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  137. I can only imagine how cool it must be to be published. These fabrics are fantastic. Thanks for the interview, and the giveaway!

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  138. Great interview and thanks for the chance to win. :)

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  139. I love that tear drop print! Very cute!

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  140. Super cute fabric! Thanks for the chance to win the book and fabric.

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  141. The quilts shown in the interview are too cool and I love the fabrics too. Barb @ rschenk@sio.midco.net

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  142. I'll be looking for those fabrics at the lqs.

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  143. Thank you Kari for sharing your story (and your book and your lovely new fabric line!!!).

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  144. Yay! I love giveaways. I will be following you from now on too.

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  145. Thanks Ryan for the interview! I love tidbits, especially those little raindrops and the bracelet dots. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  146. This is a very generous giveaway!! Love the book and the fabric. Thanks for the chance and Happy Valentine's Day!

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  147. I love this fabric! It is so beautiful. Okay, "Random Number Generator", choose me...please choose me!

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  148. What a wonderful opportunity to some gorgeous fabric. Thanks so much.

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  149. What a great new line of fabric! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

    Lorie
    ll_allen at yahoo dot com

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  150. I love the fabric - what talent! And the book looks great too. I've love to win!

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  151. lovely books and fabrics. thank you for this chance, hugs

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  152. I love that bracelet dot print! too cute! thanks for the giveaway!

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  153. That is some of THE MOST beautiful fabric I have ever seen!!!

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  154. Great giveaway! Count me in...

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  155. Kari's patterns and fabrics are wonderful ... I really love the beaded braclet fabric ... very fun!

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  156. Kari's fabric is beautiful. I'd love to own some.

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  157. I'm loving the bracelet dots fabrics! and the colors in this line is gorgeous. Thanks for a chance to win. :-)

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  158. This is some amazing fabric. I really like the color in the designs and how they look together!

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  159. What beautiful designs! Thanks for the opportunity to win a set!

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  160. Thanks for the chance -- I like the bracelet dots print a lot myself, especially in brown. The world needs more brown. Or chocolate, at least... :)

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  161. Looks perfect from some baby quilts!

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  162. Beautiful fabrics, and the book looks great too!

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  163. Lovely book and fabric. Happy quilting.

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  164. So pretty. The colors look pretty.

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  165. I really love the browns and greens in your fabrics - thanks for the giveaway!

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  166. Great interview and giveaway. Thanks!

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  167. Gorgeous prints! I love them.

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  168. I love HSTs, so I know I would love your book. Your fabrics are great also. Kathie L in Allentown

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  169. Holy cow! What a great giveaway, I would love to win!

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  170. This collection is so beautiful!

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  171. What a wonderful story ... thank you for sharing it with us!

    And beautiful fabric ... thanks for the opportunity to win.

    Keep the stories and the tweeting and blogging going ... I enjoy reading what is on that mind of yours!

    Pam Hunter
    e: phunter89[at]aol.com
    www.thedesigncottage.blogspot.com

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  172. Thanks for the introduction to a new-to-me fabric design and to a designer! Lovely!

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  173. It's always interesting finding out a little more about the people behind the fabric. I enjoyed hearing what is behind Kari's inspiration. Thank you.

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  174. What a great "getting to know you" session! Thanks for the introduction - looks like a fun book and pretty fabrics, ESP those pinks.

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  175. I follow Kari's blog already. Thanks for sharing a bit more about her. And thanks for the great giveaway.

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  176. great fabrics, beautiful colours, wonderful post! Thanks, I'd be thrilled to win and play with these :)

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  177. Love those prints! Many thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  178. Looks like something I could use. I hope my number comes up. The book looks good and the fabric looks so wonderful and fun. Thank her for giving away all of this stuff and you all have a great day.

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  179. I love the browns, blues and pinks. This book would be good for me - help get rid of my fears of lots of triangles!

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  180. This line is gorgeous and right up my alley!

    caitlindevlin(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  181. Great fabric! Thanks for the givaway and interview.

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  182. I would love to have a copy of this book!

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  183. what beautiful fabric. I love the dusty pinks and browns.

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  184. I love the color pallet on that fabric line so much it is really beautiful!

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  185. Great fabric. I especially love the "teardrop" print.

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