Monday, September 10

Dots-On-Dots tutorial







 
Welcome to my Dots on Dots block/tutorial! 
Here's a fun little block with lots of possibilities.

First up, 
Gather all your dots!


You'll need (8) - 2.5" x 6.5" background pieces,



(4) - 2.5" x 6.5" foundation pieces, (I used muslin),
 

and about 28 - 1.5" x  3" prints for the "sticks".


Place a "stick", right side up, on a foundation rectangle along the short edge.  Add another stick, wrong side up, on top of the first one. 
 Stitch 1/4" from the edge of the 2nd stick, 
stitching through all layers. 



Keep adding sticks - pressing towards
the remaining rectangle foundation as you go.

 
You may want to tilt some of the sticks,
just be sure you are still stitching
through all the layers.


Continue adding "sticks" until the
foundation is covered with them!


Trim the unit using the foundation as your pattern.
It should measure 2.5" x 6.5".

So darn cute!!!


Make 4 of these cuties.


Add a background piece to each long side
of the candy stick units.


Sew these four units together,
any way you like, to make a square.
This should measure 12.5"




Quilt as desired and Voila!


 I turned mine into a pillow with, yes, 
a pom pom edge!
Pom Pom's for President!!


I quilted pebbles - AKA: DOTS, 
in the background with my long-arm machine 
(I love pebbles), 
and quilted in each seam on the candy sticks.
You can check out my other quilting designs 
on my "See My Work" page at the top.



Now wouldn't you like to make your own?? 
I've got a little pillow kit here for you.  
All the goodies to start you on a pillow top. 
Leave a comment and I'll choose a winner.
Following me wouldn't be a bad idea either! ;)




Be sure to visit these other blogs TODAY for more 
Dots on Dots blocks!

For a full schedule of all the blogs that are participating
over the next 2 weeks, go HERE.
 
The End......or The Back....  :)

199 comments:

  1. This one is fun! From free style sewing to the dotted surrounding by pompoms - fun and pretty!
    Regina in Germany

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  2. This block made me smile. What a great idea to use my leftovers from the two blocks I made for the hop! I am sure to be making this one soon.

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  3. You are a very creative woman and I love the block. To use all the dotted scraps.
    And the pillow with the pompoms is so cute.
    Thanks for sharing

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  4. Hi Kathy the pillow is stunning, thanks for sharing. Susie x

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  5. Very cute pillow. Thanks for the chance to win the kit.

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  6. I love your block. The candy sticks are such an easy but great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I love the pillow, so simple and easy but looks gorgeous

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  8. Love that cute dot pillow. I think dots are great for such a project.

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  9. Your pillow turned out really modern looking!

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  10. Good Morning Kathy...how bright, now YOU got this DOT thing perfectly...glad to see you with us...come again..you are a delight

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  11. I love your dotty project!
    New follower1

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  12. Love it! So creative and unique. Great use of your dots.

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  13. Great block! Thanks for sharing & thanks for the chance to win. I'm a new follower.

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  14. Love your dots. The pillow is beautiful, especially the quilting and pom pom's! Thanks for being part of the hop.

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  15. Great block and gorgeous pillow, especially love the pom pom edge :)
    Thanks for sharing
    Marta

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for showing!

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  17. I love this project! I really need to try foundation piecing and this seems like a great way to start. I am a new follower of your blog, too. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!

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  18. Great job and very creative. Loved your Dots.

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  19. this is soooo cute! love the wonky sticks! I'm a new follower and this would be such a cute project to win.

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  20. The pillow is awesome! Love the red "dot" fringe.

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  21. very cute! I would love to make one. I'm a new follower too

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  22. Love all the dots! This such a fun idea!

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  23. Fun idea and really cute dots !

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  24. Rosemary B here:
    Your pillow is soooo sweet! Love the color strips, that is well done and snazzy!
    The red fringe is a lovely idea!
    Thank you for sharing your creativity!

    I am following your blog now. So much to learn here :-)

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  25. Great collection of dots and love the pillow - poms add to the dotty element don't they! Thank you for sharing with us today.

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  26. What a fun block. Thanks for the how too. I'd love a chance at the makings.

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  27. Good morning Kathy, what a great way to use your scrapes. Your fun block would make a great project for my DGD and/or DGS to make. Thanks for the inspiration. I am a new follower, happy stitching.

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  28. Sweet and simple but stunning to look at. I'd love to make one.

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  29. Your pillow is pretty cute! Looks like a quick and easy project! Nice job...thanks for sharing! I enjoyed looking through your blog and decided to follow.

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  30. I just love your pillow. I would love to make it myself. I'm a new follower.

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  31. Love your use of the dots! Simple, but very effective. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. Fabulous tutorial Kathy!! Love your pillow!
    I vote pom-poms for president too! :o)
    Have a wonderful week!! Trish xo

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  33. What a great little pillow! Thanks for the chance!

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  34. Great tutorial and indeed a wonderful block. You're right. The possibilities are endless with this one. I really like it!

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  35. This is such a great block!! I can see myself busting out some scraps to make it. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!!!

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  36. Easy, simple block, but with lots of beauty! Thanks for sharing.

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  37. I really like your pillow. I've been looking for some more simple paper/foundation piecing projects to get my feet wet with it, and this looks like something I could pull off. Thanks for the tutorial and a chance to win the kit to put one together.

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  38. What a cute pillow this turned out to be - and I love the trim. :) blessings, marlene

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  39. Too cute! Thanks for the tutorial - very well done! The polka dots are soo cute in a pillow! (and of course the pom poms!)

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  40. What a pretty pillow! The dark gray background really sets off your colors!

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  41. Kathy for President!! Great block, stitchy poo!!

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  42. I really like your pillow and appreciate the tutorial! I have just been making pillows for the first time, and they are such a fun quick project to work on! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  43. Great project - love the pom pom border. Thanks for sharing.

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  44. Your pillow is awesome I would love to make one! Please put me in to win! Thank you so much!

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  45. Gorgeous block. I am always looking for something easy and beautiful to make a donation quilt. This will be perfect. Thank you so much.

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  46. Love the pillow and especially the pom poms---I hope they are included in the kit--- the poms ate super fun!

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  47. I love your dotty pillow. I hadn't thought of using the muslin backing for those coin strips. I had hesitated trying a coin quilt because i thought those little strips might shift or stretch but i will try with some backing.

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  48. Kathy, I love love love your block and pillow! I want to do something like this. Well done! Hey, did you know Mary on Lake Pulaski is one of my friends from my July quilt retreat in Minnesota at Gruber's! What a small world, huh?!

    Hope you are well!

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  49. Such a fun block, I'm definitely going to give it a try! I have enough dots to make it look really cute. I'm a new follower.

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  50. Oh my goodness, that pillow is adorable! And the addition of the pom-poms just extends the dotty-goodness over the edge. :) LOVE IT! I'm a new follower (found you via the hop)!

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  51. Your pillow is fresh and modern. Love the pom pom fringe. too. I'm a new follower.

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  52. I LOVE this!!!! I think I need to gather up my dots and give this a try. The pom poms finish it off perfectly!

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  53. Very clever....love the pillow. Isn't it so fun to meet all these new people during the hops? That is my favorite part. It is a pleasure to follow and see what is going on in your sewing room.

    Smiles,
    Kelly

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  54. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Bee Craft Inspirations, under the Page 1 post on Sep. 10, 2012. Thanks again.

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  55. You rock Kathy! Super cool. Great tutorial!

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  56. Love the pillow. Great tutorial, great colours. Thanks for the opoprtunity
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  57. What a cute idea!! Love your block and Give-Away!! I'm a follower!
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  58. This is such a cute project. I was wondering at the top of your blog what you were going to do with this block. I love the pillow!

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  59. This pillow is a wonderful idea, your design is simple yet funky and fresh!
    Thank you for both the tutorial and the chance =)

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  60. What a cute pillow. You can never have too many pillows.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  61. What a great block and great idea of using the block. Thank you for sharing.

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  62. That is the cutest block. I love the bright colors. Cute pillow too!

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  63. What a cute pillow! I would love to give that a try!

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  64. super cute, I think I am going to have to add this to my to make list even if I dont win the bundle!

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  65. What an adorable pillow! Thanks for the tutorial and sweet giveaway! (I'm a new follower). TFS :o)

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  66. Kathy-Love your candy sticks-reminds me of those polka dot candy on paper-now I'm dating myself. LOL! Thanks for the inspiration-using small pieces which could be scraps- we all have an over-abundance- and you provided a great way to use them!

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  67. The colors are great and love the the pillow. Love the tutorial also the giveaway.

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  68. Oh My Gosh!!! Super cute!! I love it!!!! Pom Poms.....swoon.

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  69. What a fun block! I can imagine this as a whole quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  70. What a fun block! Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win!

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  71. I love that pillow! Great tutorial...love the dots!

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  72. What a nice pillow and a very nice tutorial. Thanks for the giveaway too.

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  73. I like the red on the edges of the pillow! It really makes the dots pop! I'm a follower.

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  74. Great tutorial. Thanks so much.

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  75. HELLO! NEAT PILLOW+NEAT GIVEAWAY TOO!
    DON'T YOU LOVE DOTS!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  76. Thanks for a really fun pillow tutorial. Love your pillow and your generousity. I am a new follower and look forward to seeing more of your creativity.

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  77. Great tutorial! Love it in dots, but can see lots of possibilities in my scrap stash. Thank you for sharing and the great giveaway.

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  78. What a great idea! Great tutorial to follow. Love the Dot fabrics. Thank you for sharing...Judith, Texas

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  79. I am lovin' all the dots. I became your 62nd follower just so I can read MORE of your blog.

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  80. That is such a great idea! This would make such a darling baby quilt. Well done!!

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  81. Such a cute and simple idea. I love you pillow! Very nice tutorial.

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  82. Oh wow - this rocks!! I love this tutorial and how effective it is with teh grey and black bakground dotty fabric. Thanks for sharing! Super giveaway too! I'm a new follower and am also a fellow blog-hopper :)

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  83. Now that is a lot of dots! Wow!

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  84. Those sticks are a great way to make a splash of color unexpected! love it.

    mindingmomma at aol dot com

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  85. Thanks for the dotty tutorial. DAHT IS CUTE! I'll be making this one!

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  86. Perfect! I love the celebration of dotty goodness you made. It makes a fabulous pillow.

    Thanks for sharing a tutorial so we can make our own and thanks for being a part of this fun hop!

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  87. Quando comecei a costurar comecei com almofadas,está é linda e tutorial de fácil compreenção,obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  88. Love your block and your pillow! I might just use your pom pom idea if I turn my block into a pillow!!

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  89. Love this block. Thanks for the tut! I see this block in my future projects!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  90. Would love to win....I'm following you now!

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  91. I would love to win! I don't have much in the way of dots in my fabric stash. Your pillow turned out really cute!

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  92. I love your pillow and I really love the colors you used. They would look so good in my living room. Just saying! lol!

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  93. SOOOO cute!!!! It looks like it could belong in the Modern Quilt Guild Quilt CON contest too!

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  94. cute pillow... I love the trim along the outside :)

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  95. Thanks for the tutorial; love the cute "candy" sticks. I'm your newest follower!

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  96. Oh, my goodness--I love the tutorial and block! The pillow with the pom poms is beautiful. Thanks for sharing the how-to and hopping with us today. :O)

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  97. I absolutely love the quilt at the top of your page. Your quilting is magnificent! Your dotty block is wonderful and I love how you put it all together. Great tutorial! Come see me on Friday - I'm busy with my own dots. Thanks for sharing! Debby

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  98. such a beautiful pillow,love all those color and your tutorial is very great with the fondation fabric love it! thank's for sharing and the chance to win.

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  99. This is a wonderful block, simple yet effective. I keep imagining it in different color combinations.

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  100. Crossing my fingers to win...
    I am a new follower.

    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  101. This is so sweet and the colours just pop right out of your pillow! Please put my name in the hat to win a kit just like yours!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  102. I would love to follow you but your GFC is not working!!! So I will just add you to my Google Reader if that is okay?

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  103. cutest pillow I've seen lately...thanks for the inspiration. I'm signing on as a follower this minute.

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  104. I would love to win a kit for the really cute pillow....I just love dots.

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  105. Oh my goodness! This block (and pillow) is so cute!

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  106. I am definitely into the dots. I started working on a pineapple quilt made from black and many different dot fabrics. I would love your little kit of fabrics.

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  107. What a happy block! Something for all ages. Yup, I'm following you....:-)

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  108. I really like this block/pillow! Your color choices are fabulous! Thanks for sharing your tutorial...I'll be adding it to my 'to do' list!

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  109. Polka Dots always make me think "HAPPY"!!! :-) Especially when they're BRIGHT!! :-) Love your pillow! Thank you so much for the chance to win a kit to make one for ourselves! Oh, and I am a follower!

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  110. love your pillow ,the tutorial, easy to follow and all your dots fabrics.Thanks for the chance!A new follower

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  111. Love your tutorial. I like your SASSY...Pom Pom's for Prez! ;).

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  112. What a fun dotty pillow!

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  113. WHAT A DOTTY FUN BLOCK/PILLOW. I CAN SEE THIS AS A QUILT!! THANKS FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN THE PILLOW KIT.
    TXJENNYWREN.BLOGSPOT.COM I AM A FOLLOWER

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  114. Love your dots! I have NO dots in my stash so I'd love to have your pillow kit. Thank you. Marsha

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  115. I really need a pillow for my sewing chair...this one would be PERFECT!

    elenaselations@hotmail.com

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  116. I hope this isnt a duplicate remark - I love your candy sticks! I will have to make them even iffen I don't win! What a fun block! these would be great for roads in my nephews car carrier I am making for Christmas!

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  117. What a great way to use up those small scraps we all have! Love the pillow with pom-poms.

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  118. Super cute!! Love the pillow and the pom pom border!!

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  119. That tutorial is fantastic! I am going to have to try it out myself when I get the time. Thanks for sharing it with us and for the fantastic giveaway too!

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  121. love your tute! the dotty sticks are super great. thanx for giving us an opportunity to share your dotty treat.

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  122. Now that is dotty-adorable, I'm loving it! Thanks for sharing.

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  123. This is so much fun ! What a great tute, thanks for sharing and hope to see ya on my dots to dots day !

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  124. Thanks for the tutorial. I love the pillow you made with the block

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  125. Great pillow!!! I'm following you and I appreciate the opportunity to win your pillow kit!!!

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  126. Wonderful pillow Kathy and thanks for the tutorial. I love the modern look of your block. Blessings

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  127. What a cute pillow! I love your block. Thanks for the giveaway. I'm a new follower.

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  128. Thank you for sharing your 'dots' with us. You made a very nice pillow!
    NICE!

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  129. Cute tutorial, Kathy. I've been thinking of making a doll quilt for the grandchildren. This idea is so cute, I'll stop thinking about and get busy! Love the block!
    Mary

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  130. Cute tutorial, Kathy. I've been thinking of making a doll quilt for the grandchildren. This idea is so cute, I'll stop thinking about and get busy! Love the block!
    Mary

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  131. I'm seeing dots everywhere! You did dots to-a-tee!! Every fabric, the pom-pom edgeng, and even the dotty/pebbles quilting. Marvelous!

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  132. The pom poms make it so cute!!! I've never done any foundation piecing, but it sounds like a great way to make this block! I am a new follower.

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  133. I love it! So colorful and so functional and so dotty! Just think of the pom poms as three-dimensional dots. :)

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  134. Love the colors, the pattern, the tutorial, everything!

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  135. How cute your little pillow is. Yes, i would love to make one myself. Thanks for the chance at a giveaway...and Oh, ok, I'll be a follower!!!:)

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  136. I follow you , aren't polka dots fun, I have some saved to make something. Love your pattern, now I can use my dots.
    Thanks for giveaway.

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  137. great tut, I've been saving the ends from the till at work for just such a project..... now to find the time to give it a try. Your give away is a very nice way to try this out.
    in stitches

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  138. What an awesome pillow and tut! Love it... Those Pom-poms are such a great idea...love, love! Thanks for sharing and the great giveaway Ü

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  139. I love the block. I like the way you did the centers with all the pieces!!

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  140. Oh my gosh! I love it!! Love the pebbles ... of course :) ... but love the bits on the sticks in the foundation of the black on black ... very cool! Yay you!

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  141. I love what you did. Sticks, who would have thunk it. Thanks for a chance to win the little kit you made up. And I am a new follower of your blog.

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  142. What a beautiful pillow and a fantastic tutorial! Thanks for sharing and also a great giveaway!

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  143. So cute. I just love polka dots!
    I do follow you thru my RSS feeds

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  144. I absolutely love this pillow! It would make a great quilt block as well :) Thanks for the great tutorial.

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  145. I like your project, what a neat idea to make a kit of the very pillow you made!

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  146. I love your little dotty pillow block. What a clever use for one block. I'm off to look for my polka dots!! thanks for sharing.

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  147. what a fab pillow! It's so bright and cheerful and I love the dot/pom pom trim!

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  148. Love that! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  149. Thank you for the lovely tutorial and for offering the generous giveaway.

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  150. I'm a new follower and such a great idea, thanks for the pillow kit giveaway too!

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  151. Your pillow is adorable....Great idea.

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  152. That is such a cute block turned pillow, that I've become a follower just to see what you make next. :-). Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win. I would love to make my own candy stick pillow.

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  153. LOVE it! Time to look for that dot fabric! Thanks for the giveaway~

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  154. I LOVE this! I wish I were clever, but at least I can be a clever copier. :D

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  155. What a fun block. Perfect for dotty fabric.

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  156. Pretty! Love the pom pom fringe too! So fun!

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  157. I would love to win your pillow kit! It is so cute! I am a follower!

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  158. Your dots pillow is amazing! I would love to win the kit to make one of my own :*)

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  159. What a great pillow! Love your tutorial on making "sticks". I'll have to give this a try. I'm trying to save dot fabric so I can make a quilt using only dots, wouldn't that be fun? hehe.


    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win a pillow kit.I'm also a new follower.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  160. I love this pillow, even the pom poms! Man oh man, I have to get busy. I keep seeing projects I want to make and fabric I really want to buy. Thanks for the tutorial.!

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  161. Your cushion is just fun, especially the pom poms. I have a teenage daughter that would love this in her room. Thank you for the tutorial and giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  162. Wonderful photos and instructions. Love the block!!

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  163. I love the pillow, I love dots! Great tutorial too.

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  164. Love this idea and what a great way to use up leftovers! Great tutorial- thanks for sharing!

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  165. What a wonderful idea for a pillow. I agree with Cindy, a great way to use up leftovers just sitting waiting to be used. Thanks for a great tutorial.

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  166. Following you :) Love the scrappiness of the dot blocks. I did something like this once but I just started sewing the scraps together without foundation and then squared it off. What benefit do you get from using a foundation? Just curious. I might try it that way next time. Thanks for sharing!

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  167. Love your pillow, and the pebbles quilting adds just the right touch!! And my maiden name was Hennis (we think it originally was Ennis, but got changed when the ancestors came over from england.) And I love that you say you're a "seasoned" quilter!! I'll have to use that from now on (sound better than "older") :-P

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  168. Wow! What a great tutorial for a dots lover like me. Your pillow is lovely and Thank You for your kind giveaway. I would love to win so I would have a great pillow too. I am a follower now and have bookmarked you in my favs. Thanks again, Luba

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  169. Wow, I love the idea of not having straight patchwork. Way to mix stuff up. I am not really a quilter. Not yet anyways, but I follow your blog and read it almost everyday hoping one day to soak up enough information to tackle a quilt! For now I'm working on table runners and trying to perfect the quilting on smaller projects! You are an inspiration to all who read, keep up the good work!

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  170. Your block is so fun. I love the black background against the bright colors. Your pillow is beautiful.

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  171. Beautiful block and fantastic tutorial!! Thanks for sharing.

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  172. LOVE this!! Your pillow is Awesome! Would love to make one just like it! Thanks for chance to win a Kit!! :)

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  173. Love your pillow! Wonderful tutorial!

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  174. Thank you for your tutorial, it really makes a great pillow. I would love to win your giveaway.

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  175. So sweet! And a tutorial to boot--you rock, sister!!

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  176. Just found, and book-marked!! - your blog. Love the quick tutorial for the dots on dots pillow. Great idea!

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  177. Very colorful! I like how the pillow turned out. The pom-poms are perfect.

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  178. Great tutorial and such fun fabrics!
    I'm just catching up on the hop... and am a new follower!
    Thanks for joining in the fun and hopping along with us!

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  179. This is a cute pillow - thanks for the chance to win the kit to make one too.

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