Sunday, September 2, 2012

Simply Triangles Giveaway!

Hello Everyone,

Yay!! You found it.  This is where you will enter to win a copy of Simply Triangles.

Another sneak peek at a quilt in the book.


Just enter a comment here to win a copy of  Barb's new book!  

But please tell me if you have every worked with triangles before.

You MUST have an e-mail connected with your comment.  If you are a "no-reply blogger", please add your e-mail to the comment. (no way to contact you = no valid entry)

I will keep the giveaway open until September 7.

**** The Giveaway is closed. Thank you to all who entered****

Vicki T is the winner!  

I sent an e-mail to you for your snail mail address.

Until Next Time...

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180 comments:

  1. I would love to win the book. I have not worked with triangles because I find them sort of scary.

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  2. I have not worked with triangles before. I would love to give it a try!

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  3. I have never done triangles, but I have only made 2 quilts, I just started quilting last year, working on a third, and finding I love quilting and would love to learn to do triangles, those are beautiful quilts in the book!!!!

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  4. I've never used Just triangles- they've always been part of something else. My hexie-loving brain sees double duty in that book, though! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  5. Thanks for the response and the opportunity!
    Christy - clkeefe@gmail.com

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  6. I've done a lot of quilts with HST's , but I think this is going to be quite a bit different, the quilts are beautiful I love the one on the cover. Thanks.

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  7. What gorgeous quilts. Would love to make them!

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  8. Thanks for the giveaway. Triangles are sew interesting to work with. Have a great Labor Day!

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  9. I'm a newbie quilter, working on my first quilt now, and I would love to add to my quilting library. Thank you for the opportunity to do so. I love these patterns!

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  10. what a cool book! I've worked with triangles, but I don't intrecate ones like these! that would get the creativity flowing!

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  11. I have that book already and it does have fabulous quilts in it. There just isn't enough hours in a day to make them all.

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  12. What a wonderful looking book. I'm not big on quilt books but I don't think I could try something like these quilts without pretty detailed instructions. I love to win this book.

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  13. I fell in love when I saw the cover of Barb's book. These are beautiful quilts. I do not have experience working with triangles but am ready to learn. I studied Barb's tutorial (her blog) and do believe I can do this. Happy quilting!

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  14. The books looks so good. I would love to win it.

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  15. This book looks right up my alley; my very first pieced quilt was simple rows of triangles. It was made from all sorts of fabric scraps, and was very homely, but I worked hard on it, and gave it to my husband for Christmas, back when were newly-wed and poor as church mice. Thirty years later, it is still his favorite quilt. That's true love!

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  16. would love a chance, yes I have worked with triangles. the book looks really interesting.

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  17. Love that quilt on the cover. I maade a baby quilt that was made with giant triangles and remember it was fun to put together. I think I actually have a second top I put together for myself because I liked it so much. I should get that out and finish it!

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  18. That book looks fabulous. I love triangles. I made a quilt for my sister a few years ago, and every piece in it was a triangle. Lots of effort, but the end result is always stunning.

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  19. Oh yes, would love a copy of that book, looks wonderful!

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  20. So is the top quilt on this page a Daisy ?
    lovely Lovely LOVELY fun

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  21. Oh gosh this is fantastic! I have been searching for a pattern to make a quilt for my son who is in the military. This would be GREAT! It could certainly be manly and military in it's look. Mmmmm PICK ME!!

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  22. Those quilts look beautiful! Would love a chance to win one! I have worked with triangles!

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  23. This is an awesome looking book judging by those pictures you've posted already Jackie! I've just done my first trangles while doing the Quilt Along at the Quilting Gallery and I like doing them now that I've tried. Out of all those we've done so far, I've had perfect points except for two times so I'd think this book is perfect for me. Not only am I not afraid of them now, but I love the Windmill block also and just to see all the beautiful colors she's used is worth having the book just to drool over I'd say. That cover quilt is gorgeous and uses my favorite colors.
    Thank you Jackie for the chance to win.

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  24. Hi Jackie wow I just love this quilt. Unfortunately I have never worked with triangles just because they really do scare me a little but I have to say these quilts are beautiful. I am so afraid that the stretch will complicate things and they seam very time consuming. But her quilts are just beautiful and I would be willing to give it a try. I think maybe I just have not learned enough about them, maybe??? Please add me to this wonderful give a way.

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  25. It is rare that I see a new book that looks interesting to me but this one looks like a winner! Who doesn't work with triangles one way or another?

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  26. HI Jackie

    Thank you for the chance to win this book. I really like the look you can achieve with triangles, but have not yet ventured into them. Maybe this will provide the nudge I need.

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  27. Yes, I've worked with triangles. Book looks great!

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  28. This looks like an awesome book! Can't wait to win it! Thanks.

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  29. nope, never worked with triangles
    I love the star quilt made of triangles that you showcase

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  30. Only HSTs - the points scare me!

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  31. Yes, I have worked with triangles and followed along the Patchwork Prism quilt along (AMH pattern). I used mainly Kaffe fabric and it turned out beautiful!. This book really looks modern & innovative. Thanks for a chance!

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  32. I just finished my first HST project! Lining up the points was a little aggravating, but I persevered!! With my seam ripper in hand... :)

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  33. Her quilts are stunning! I would love to own a copy of this book as I have been wanting to do a lone star type quilt, but haven't had the guts to start. :)

    Thanks for the chance!
    Sandy A

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  34. Hi, Have only worked with HST's. This book looks amazing. Will be following along hoping to win. Thanks for the chance.

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  35. I have never worked with triangles before but I would love to try!
    Thanks
    Wendi M

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  36. I have worked with triangles before but I never got this result! This book looks really innovative.

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  37. Wow, this looks like it is a stunning must have book! Thanks for the chance to win it, maybe it will overcome my triangle misgivings!
    Ksoppelt at aol dot com

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  38. Jackie, thank you gor the chance. Looks challenging but I am ip for it.

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  39. Working with triangles is something that I haven't attempted yet. If what's inside is half as good as the cover picture, I must say that the book will be a keeper. Thank you for the chance to win it.

    Marj in Mexico

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  40. I've worked with half square triangles and quarter square triangles, but I've never made a whole quilt from triangles. Looks like a fun book! Thanks for the chance.

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  41. Yes, I have used triangles with my quilts. Some of the quilts in this book look very innovative. I would love to win this to try something new.

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  42. Yes, I love triangles and would love to win this book! The latest that I have been working on with triangles is a One Block Wonder--not new to everyone, but new to me!

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  43. I've just made one quilt tip with all triangles. This book looks like lots of fun. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  44. Oh wow it does look like a beauty!
    Thanks for the chance to win Jackie.

    Happy Sewing

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  45. Looks great...would love to win it!!!!!!

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  46. Half square triangles has been about all I have tried to do. Oh my I would so love to win this book. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  47. Wow! Lovely! She really makes beautiful quilts and I sure would like to learn from her how she does!! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  48. I have never used triangles. her quilts are beautiful!!

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  49. Spectacular! Would love to see the whole book.

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  50. I have used some triangles, but would like to try some of the projects in this book.

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  51. The only triangles I've used are HST's!

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  52. I haven't really done anything with triangles but have been thinking about it a lot!

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  53. Yes, I've used triangles. I made a queen sized quilt of half square triangles--broken dishes pattern in red and white. I have also used triangles in several small pieces that have stars in the designs. The book looks lovely, thanks for a try at winning a copy

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  54. I love exploring new ideas. This looks like it has some wonderful things for me to experiment with. Kathy6024@comcast.net

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  55. I love using triangles; so many different designs can be made! Thanks for the chance to win. SChalle171@aol.com

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  56. She has some beautiful ideas. I would love to have a copy of this book. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  57. Books don't usually grab me, but this one has a TIGHT hold on me, WOW

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  58. What fabulous quilts. I'd love a copy of this book.

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  59. I'm doing a Mary's Triangle right now but I have not worked with equilateral triangles yet.

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  60. Oops, forgot to say I've never worked with triangles. Afraid of all that bias!

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  61. I have never worked with triangles, but the quilts look wonderful!

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  62. These designs are beautiful! I'd love to make some.

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  63. I have made a spider web quilt and a pattern called paper weight that used triangles. I have Barbara's other book and it is a source of inspiration.
    Thanks for hosting such a nice giveaway book. I am sure the winner is going to love the book.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  64. Looks like a great book. I have sewn a 2foot square project using half square triangles and recently dis a small border using some 60* equilateral triangles. I've not made a whole quilt of triangles though - maybe one day soon I will!?

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  65. I have worked with triangles but it has been a few years. These projects look great...looking forward to the blog tour and reviews.

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  66. i have and have been thinking of making on for our bed thanks i would love to win this book

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  67. I would love to win this book. The quilt on the front of the book is amazing! Thanks for the chance to win it. I have worked with triangles. In fact, the quilt I am making now has LOTs of half-square triangles.This book would be a great addition to have.

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  68. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book! I haven't seen it before but it looks like a great one to have.

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  69. I love, love, love the quilt at the top of this!! I've worked with 60 degree triangles as long time ago. Thanks for new inspiration to work with triangles again!

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  70. I haven't done much with triangles at all, except some improv ones.

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  71. I love triangles! I have a tablerunner cut out with triangles, I just haven't sewn it together yet.

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  72. I have only done some work with triangles. This book looks amazing, I would love to win it!
    Thanks,
    Arlene aacdarrow@optonline.net

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  73. I love the different designs you can get by using triangles. Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful book.
    Marge

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  74. This looks like a fun book to win! Even I can do triangles!! Thanks Jackie!
    lauriebecker1@gmail.com

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  75. Would love to win this book -- the quilts are beautiful. I have worked a little with triangles but will do more looking at these quilts. Thanks.

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  76. The quilts in this book look amazing. I have seen some of Barbara's work before and it is gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  77. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of this book, I think it is a must have. I have sewn several quilts with triangles, but I´m sure that I can learn new tecniques by reading and working with this book.
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  78. I would love to win a copy of this book! Even the cover is gorgeous! I have done a couple of small projects using triangles, but never a whole quilt. Would love try one!
    Jenny in Florida (jenny.brooks@verizon.net)

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  79. Looks like a great book, and I'd love to win a copy. Yes, I have worked with triangles before, but I'm sure I could learn lots more from this book.

    Shirley (skswenson@frontiernet.net)

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  80. I don't usually work with triangles, would love to learn more.
    jan5quilt@hotmail.com

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  81. This sounds like a lot of fun! Great looking quilts too!

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  82. Thank you for the chance to win this fantastic book.

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  83. Thanks for the fun giveaway - I have never worked with triangles before!
    winnieayala at yahoo dot com

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  84. I've worked with triangles before, but I still struggle with getting them the correct size. This books has some really lovely quilts in it, especially the pinwheels. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

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  85. What a wonderful looking book! Thanks for the giveaway. I have worked some with triangles, but I love the looks of these.
    leslie_combo2 at yahoo dot com

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  86. I have only worked with triangles on a beginning level - i.e., two Broken Dishes blocks for a missionary's quilt and a Lone Star block I made back in the 70s! The quilts you previewed from this book are awesome! Thanks to you and Barb for the opportunity to win this awesome book - this newbie would sure like to learn how to use triangles more creatively!

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  87. I have done just one quilt with triangles and it was tough! Thank you for sharing such a gorgeous giveaway.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  88. I love working with triangles but I have never limited myself to just triangles on purpose. I should give this a try.

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  89. Thank you for the lovely giveaway. I've sewn with "right triangles" before as setting triangles and HST, as well as those to make an octagon. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  90. Quando faço almofadas sim,uso triângulos.Gostaria de ganhar para fazer a colcha da capa.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  91. Thanks for the great giveaway.Yes, I worked with triangles and love HST to do them and I`d love to win to learn more about them.Those projects are fabulous!!

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  92. this book looks divine, I'd love to have something special like this to tackle, I wonder if I could chose the fabrics that it deserves.

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  93. Thank you Jackie for giving us this chance to win such a great book!

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  94. I've used HST's in my quilt I'm working on for my bed and also used equilateral triangles in the Patchwork Prism Quilt on our couch.

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  95. I have a one block wonder on the go which uses triangles. They are challenging to work with in my estimation. The book looks wonderful

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  96. This book looks very interesting and would make a good addition to my library.

    I love working with triangles. Endless varieties.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  97. This book looks WONDERFUL! I'd love to give these patterns a try. I've enjoyed using all kinds of triangles

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  98. Love it Jackie, would love to make it. Leslie C

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  99. Great giveaway! The book looks terrific! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  100. Wow... What cool quilts. I'd like to make many of them! I use lots of triangles. I'm working on a king size quilts with many triangles right now!

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  101. I like the same one you do as my favorite of the pictures you had. Simply wonderful!

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  102. I'm a newbie to quilting so I haven't worked with triangles just yet. This will be a perfect excuse to start :-)

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  103. I hand pieced a charm triangle quilt years ago. Time to do a newer version.

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  104. I just made my first quilt three weeks ago. I only used squares, because that was what was the least scary to me! I would love to make a quilt with triangles, though. So many possibilities :)

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  105. What an amazing looking book. yes I have worked with triangles, usually with no success. The eye candy in that book is amazing. Thanks for hosting a giveaway.

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  106. have worked with triangles with old time techniques and would love to learn how to do an easier and more inventive way thanks so much for the chance at this very interesting book

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  107. Definitely have works lots with triangles! Lots of fun. I also love hexagons, often made with six triangles! More fun. Thanks, Jackie!

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  108. WOW! I'm really excited about the quilts I'm seeing in Simply Triangles; totally gorgeous. I would love to own this book!

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  109. Love triangles - work with them all the time! Thanks for the chance :)

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  110. I haven't worked with triangles yet, but this book looks fantastic.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  111. What an intriguing book. I have recently worked with the tri-recs rulers. Love triangles, pinwheels are my favorites.

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  112. Her work is amazing! Yes, I have worked with triangles...thank you for this giveaway!

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  113. It looks just amazing:) I would love to try working with triangles:) Email: topolarova@abv.bg

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  114. Seeing these stars made my heart skip a beat or two. I feel drawn like a magnet to anything with stars. Beautiful doesn't do the pictures and colors justice. I have worked with triangles and L♥VE the challenge! This book is a "must" for my library. Hope my name is drawn! Thanks for the offering! ♥♥♥!!!

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  115. These patterns look amazing! I just bought a triangle template to make a bee block but this would be perfect to learn more!

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  116. I have never done triangle blocks before, this book looks like it would make it simple for me to learn how. Love all of the quilts that you pictured. Thank you for having the giveaway.

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  117. This seems like an excellent book to help me get out of my comfort zone. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  118. No experience with triangles for me ... but I love them! Thanks for the chance.

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  119. Thank you for the chance to win Barb's new book. The quilts from it look beautiful!

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  120. This book looks fabulous...thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. I would love to learn how to do more triangles. At this time I feel little intimidated by them. This book looks like it will get me to keep trying and perfect a new process.
    duchsfearl@hotmail.com
    duchsfearl.blogspot.com

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  122. These look so cool!
    Would love a copy of this book!

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  123. I did make a block with triangles...ONCE! It was less than a success. Hopefully this book will teach me a better way...

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  124. This book looks fabulous! I've never worked with triangles yet... Thanks for a chance to win! :)
    bcgeates at netbistro dot com

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  125. I love it. Quilt piecing is my form of art. kimsknittingneedles@hotmail.com

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  126. This book is my dream..
    Marina, roolen1@yandex.ru

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  127. I made a scrappy quilt using 324 traingles.The quilts looke beautiful in the book. Thank you for a chance to win.
    demoncori@aol.com

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  128. ima triangle fan!!
    i hope i win the book!
    thank you

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  129. I've made a few projects with HSTs, but I haven't yet tried equilateral triangles, which I love! The projects you've given us a glimpse of from this book are really innovative and fun!

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  130. I have not worked with triangles yet. I am a new quilter and anxious to learn. This book would be great for me!

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  131. This book looks fabulous. I would love to win it.

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  132. I have worked with triangles before and really do enjoy them. I would love to win the book

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  133. I haven't worked with triangles yet but the quilts from this book that you hae shown makes me want to give it a try. They are fabulous.

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  134. This looks wonderful. would love to win.

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  135. Great quilt on the cover! Makes me want to make one, so I would love to win the book!

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  136. Ooh, what a great looking book. Love the pinwheels. I think I've mainly only sone half square triangles. Tried a lonestar once years ago and ended up throwing it in the trash. Don't think I've been brave enough to try it again. Maybe I need to try.....

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  137. I have worked with triangles before and I really love the different shape that they can provide for the design of the quilt. I would love to try a new pattern - thanks for the chance!

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  138. Looks interesting. Definately something new for me. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  139. I would love to make a quilt from triangles but have always been intimidated, this book would be great to have. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  140. I'd love to win this book! maybe it would get me over my fear of working with triangles!

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  141. I normally stick to right triangles, but these lookf fantastic. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  142. I have never worked with triangles at all, only squares and strips. I'm so scared, but I think I'm ready to give it a shot!! I just need to start with some instructions and piece together something small to get the "feel" of it. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  143. I have NEVER worked with triangles before, mostly because I'm new to quilting so there's lots of things I have yet to try. Triangles are definitely on my list, though, and soon!

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  144. No...I am a scaredy cat with triangles. My machine is old and doesnt seem to like a bias edge. But I am buying a new machine before Christmas so I can at last try different quilt designs... I would love this book for inspiration!

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  145. hello I would made this triangles this proyect is beautiful, my email is rokyyclara@gmail.com thanks

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  146. I've worked with half and quarter square triangles before. I'd like to do a quilt with equilateral triangles, but haven't yet.

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  147. Wow! This does look interesting. I would love to read this book! Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

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  148. The only triangles I have worked with, other than HST, are with English Paper Piecing. I do love the wonderful designs that are possible with triangles and diamonds. This book seems like it would definitely inspire triangles in our quilts. Doubt I will win (one will win, 200 will enter) but that's alright. Just knowing about the book means I have the chance to give it to myself!

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  149. Oh my goodness....what a great book tease! Now I have to get a copy and start working on some quilts made from triangles!!! Thanks sew much for this chance to win!

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  150. I have worked with triangles... It was.. Challenging.

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  151. what beautiful quilts in the book. would love to give it a try

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  152. I have a love/hate relationship with triangles. I am totally enthralled by their versatility, but have difficulty matching my points for a crisp look.

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  153. ShuShuSews here,
    Just wanted to say I LUV TRIANGLES!!! I am now working on a half square tri block quilt. luvin it.
    Cant wait to see what else is in store for me.
    jahs@charter.net

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  154. These are gorgeous quilts! I could stare at these forever. I am sure my boys would love the graphic nature..time to get started! Thanks for thinking of us. cbee@inbox.com

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  155. I am a newby when it comes to triangles. The ones on the cover of Barb's book seem to jump out and call to me... "give us a try, we're not as difficult as you think, you can do it!".

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  156. I love triangles & would love to win this book! Thanks for the opportunity.
    Judy

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  157. That looks like a good book and you know I love triangles.

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  158. My first attempt to quilt with triangles wasn't a huge success. But I was a very new quilter then and thought that all the talk about bias edges was theoretical...I think this time it might go better. :)

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  159. Triangles are my favorite, but I've never tried anything like these. Would love this book.

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  160. I've never worked with triangles before but these sure look enticing and I'd love to try!

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  161. I love trying new things but haven't yet done any triangles. These look like fun.

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  162. HELLO! LOOKS LIKE A REALLY NEAT BOOK!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  163. I have yet to work with triangles, but I love learning new things! :)

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  164. Not yet, but it's on my list of things to do. This book looks great!

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  165. Would certainly like to try this! Thanks

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  166. I have worked with triangles, but they never seem to come out. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  167. The book looks fabulous, the colors are stunning, no I don't think I've ever work with triangles before.

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  168. The book looks wonderful! What beautiful colors! I have used trinalges but nothing like those!

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  169. This book looks amazing. And yes, I have worked with triangles before :)
    Thanks for the opportunity!
    mummyquilts(at)gmail.com

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  170. I would love to have this book added to my quilt library. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  171. Thanks for the chance to win! I made a one block wonder, so I guess that means I have worked with triangles before.

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  172. i've done one quilt with triangles. thanks for chance to win.

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  173. I have worked a little with triangles but I'm no expert!
    Barb@Witsend

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  174. I am sorry to say I have not had much to do with triangles
    -> fear!

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  175. I've not had much experience with triangles, thanks for the giveaway.

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  176. The only time I have was with the Patchwork Prism QAL earlier this year - that was challenging, but I love all the different looks you can get with them. Thank you for the giveaway!

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