Monday, February 4, 2013

Lap of Luxe Quilt | An Art Gallery Fabrics Project

I'm excited to be back over on the Art Gallery Fabrics blog today with another free project tutorial.  I had a blast working with AGF's new Luxe in Bloom line, and although I originally intended on making a small project, I couldn't stop myself from making a quilt.


This lap-sized quilt was made using fat quarters of the new Luxe in Bloom line along with some yardage of Art Gallery's Pure Elements solids.  I used two different shades of grey for a bit more of a scrappy feeling, but you could easily unify the solids for a cleaner look.  Made simply from squares and half-square triangles, my Lap of Luxe quilt pattern is perfect for showing off large prints and is easy enough to be considered beginner-friendly.


The Luxe in Bloom collection is great in that it is clearly cohesive and looks great together.  Yet, without a single unifying theme, the prints still seem eclectic enough to look like a more diverse fabric pull.  While the florals and patterns are sophisticated, I still think the size of this quilt would make it perfect for a little girl or baby gift.


Art Gallery Fabrics is generous enough to let one lucky Quilt Dad reader win a bundle of fabrics to make this project.  Interested in getting your hands on some Luxe?  Simply leave a comment on this post and let me know what you're most looking forward to this February.



As with all AGF Fat Quarter Gang giveaways, you must follow Art Gallery Fabrics on your favorite social media platform (PinterestFacebook, or Twitter). Subscribe to the AGF blog to stay up to date on all things AGF & the Fat Quarter Gang!
If you make a Lap of Luxe quilt, I'd love to see it.  Be sure to add it both to the Quilt Dad is my Homeboy and Art Gallery Fabrics Flickr groups.

160 comments:

  1. What am I most looking forward to this month? My twins birthday at the end of the month. Oh and warmer weather. Thanks for a chance to win and I love your quilt.

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  2. Fantastic quilt! I really like this line. In February, I'm most looking forward to the 2 Mondays we have off!! :)

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  3. To be truthful, I can't think of a single thing to really look forward to in Feb! Shameful, isn't it!

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  4. love the quilt...i can picture it in so many different colorways...i'm looking forward to visiting the grandchildren!!

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  5. I'm in :)
    We have 2 holiday days next week, I'm looking forward to visiting my friends in my hometown, Rosario :)

    yeyioasis@yahoo.com.ar

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  6. Great quilt!
    In February ... i'm looking forward some rest !!!;)

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  7. I'm already enjoying what I was most looking forward to in February- the whole month in warm sunny FL!

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  8. I LOVE this quilt! It is awesome :) I am looking forward to having more of my house complete! I want to move :)Oh and quilting my Lilly Belle quilt :)

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  9. that's lovely really simple but effective. I'm looking forward to a trip to uk to visit my family

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  10. Looking forward to QuiltCon and not being sick anymore.

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  11. I follow art gallery on FB AND twitter and their blog. I can't wait for color me retro by my friend Jeni Baker.

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  12. I'm so excited to have time for quilting again & maybe even making something with this gorgeous collection of fabrics!

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  13. I am looking forward to finally finishing my picnic quilt so I can move on to other projects!

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  14. Hello from Minnesota! (I follow Art Gallery's blog and on facebook) and I think this project looks really neat. I'm looking forward to my husband's birthday the day before Valentine's Day -- that usually makes for a pretty good February.

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  15. I absolutely love this quilt! I'm looking forward to my daughter's birthday in two weeks -- lots of girly fun ahead! I follow Art Gallery's blog and on Twitter.

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  16. I follow Art Gallery's blog and on Twitter. What I'm looking forward to in February? I'm looking forward to making more springtime items with springtime fabrics. Winter & Christmas is great, but I live for the longer days of Spring & Summer!

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  17. I'm looking forward to my class play being over (so so tired) and my anniversary. I follow them on the blog and on twitter.

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  18. I look forward to February because it is the month that I became engaged to my soulmate...44 years ago. It is the "other" anniversary!

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  19. I look forward to my daughter getting her first tooth (finally, hopefully!). She is nearly 11 months old and could really use some chompers!

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  20. Those fabrics are beautiful, and I love an "easy" quilt that looks anything but! Thanks for the fun little tutorial! I follow AGF with my google reader.

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  21. I can't think of anything that's happening in February that I'm especially excited about but I am looking forward to Shrove Tuesday ;o)

    Love your quilt!

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  22. I am looking forward to warmer weather!

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  23. February is not off to a great start here, with more stress ahead--don't you love it when your stressful situations are scheduled in advance? But I'm planning to make time to quilt all through the month, for my peace of mind and to make tangible evidences of my love for the people in my life who are having a rough time. So, time with fabric is what I'm looking forward to.

    Your quilt is great, by the way. It's reminding me of duck tracks. :)

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  24. I am looking forward to my daughter's 3rd birthday this month

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  25. Looking forward to my first wedding anniversary and valentines day with my husband! Since we're military this may be the only time during his enlistment that he'll be home for both days. :)

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  26. This is exactly the tutorial I needed! Perfect for quilt gifts! Thanks so much!

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  27. Cute quilt!
    I am looking forward to making a quilt for my older sister's birthday

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  28. This month starts off busy with my hubby's birthday, Mardi Gras & Fat Tuesday as well as Lent begins and don't forget Valentine's Day. We will celebrate my hubby's birthday this year with a King Cake and enjoy time with family. I'm looking forward to this month having more sunshine and temps warming us up so we can get outside more. I also plan to get many sewing/quilting/crafting projects done and this tutorial is going in the to do list because it looks easy enough for a beginner. Great tutorial!

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  29. Beautiful quilt! I'm looking forward to visiting my parents this month!

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  30. I love the simplicity of this pattern. You can really show off your fabrics! I am looking forward to taking my kids to California for the first time.

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  31. I'm looking forward to finishing a queen size quilt - my first ever!

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  32. I am looking forward to celebrating my parents 60th wedding anniversiary on the 11th.

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  33. I'm looking forward to lots of sewing time and finishing up some baby quilts I've started

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  34. i'm looking forward to get 2 quilts finished and get several small UFO's done.

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  35. I love these fabrics! I am most looking forward to scheduling some sewing time without feeling guilty :) Thanks for the opportunity!

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  36. That quilt is gorgeous!! I follow the Art Gallery Blog.
    I'm looking forward to February, as we will finally be getting carpets on our stairs and bedroom after too long with cold bare boards!!! Oh, and Valentines day.

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  37. I'm looking forward to a five day weekend that starts next Thursday!

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  38. looking forward to celebrating 5 years together w my husband! lovely quilt :)

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  39. I'm looking forward to being a mummy to 2 girls - my 2nd daughter was born just 9 days ago and we are just settling into life together

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  40. I am looking forward to my tax refund! I have a 5 week forced vacation due to timing of training schedules before I can start my new job.

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  41. I love Art Gallery Fabrics--this is a great giveaway!

    In February, I'm most looking forward to going to Austin with my husband and daughter for our first family vacation since she was born! (Oh, and Quiltcon. I'm looking forward to that, too.)

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  42. Love the colors and prints! I'm looking forward to making this quilt if I win the fabric!!

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  43. This fabric is so pretty, and I love what you did with it!

    I'm looking forward to my birthday this month, as well as ordering my new longarm. I've been anticipating that for a long time, and it's finally happening this month! Can't wait for that.

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  44. Really love the pattern and the finished product.
    I'm looking forward to finishing up some projects I've been putting off. AND I gots me a new machine, so REALLY looking forward to putting that baby to the test!
    Thanks for the chance.

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  45. I'm looking forward to sewing things other than baby quilts! Will be trying to tackle projects like sewing clothes and bags.

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  46. My baby boy turns three this month. He wants purple cakes!, said just like that with an exclamation point. Every day he asks if this is the day that I will take him to the purple cakes! store. He's our youngest and I'm looking forward to celebrating (with) him.

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  47. I'm looking forward to my guild retreat at the end of the month.

    Love your quilt! Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabric. I love Art Gallery fabrics!

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  48. I like AG fabrics - great quality!
    This month I'm looking forward to a trip to visit my son at uni in Liverpool!

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  49. Love this quilt, looks like a fun project to do with some new fabric!!!

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  50. Such a gorgeous quilt! I'm very much looking forward to a skiing trip to Switzerland at the end of the month! Thanks for the chance to win these fabrics too.

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  51. Looking forward to swimming in the ocean

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  52. Love your quilt! I'm looking forward to getting lots of projects sewn for my grand babies that are on the way!

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  53. I'm looking forward to some serious quilting time! Great use of these lovely fabrics!

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  54. I get a small fabric budget each month, so I always look forward to some new fabric in the mail! Might have to add Luxe to the list . . .

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  55. I have a birthday this month. I would like to be able to make myself a new luxe lap quilt for me. Thank you for the chance to win new fabric. I really enjoy your blog and look forward to many more enticing ideas.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  56. This month I am going to start my first quilt. Not too sure if I am looking forward to it or just plain scared!

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  57. I'm working on staight line quilting my own projects and this quilt would be a great one that might be able to jazz up a little.

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  58. I really like the simple lines of this quilt.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  59. Lovely job there Mister. Looking forward to longer days, lots of sewing and half term holidays x

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  60. Love this line!

    I am looking forward to our Disney vacation at the end of the month!

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  61. I'm most looking forward to QuiltCon. Crazy excited. And I would LOVE to get my hands on this fabric. It's on the top of my wish list. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

    I subscribe to Art Gallery blog by email.

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  62. I am looking forward to sewing all month! No deadlines! Just fun sewing!
    I am a subscriber!

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  63. This month I am looking forward to working on a quilt for me! I have given away all my quilts so now it's time to keep one...

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  64. This month, I'm looking forward to more sewing!

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  65. looking forward to Valentine's Day (of course) and making gifts for the grands, sewing and knitting!! lots of fun!!

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  66. This month I am looking forward to finishing up a quilt that I made for my DH... I'm handquilting so it takes a little longer, but the quilt is colourful and cheerful making it a joy!!

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  67. Lovely to see you with your new design John, one thing I was looking forward to, and the 3 yards I have received of Luxe in Bloom, such beautiful cotton - so it has all happened!
    Hugs - Lurline.

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  68. I'm looking forward to hearing from EQC (Earthquake commission) that they've accepted our quote and we can build our garage back up again!
    I already follow AGF's blog

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  69. Great to see you around. I look forward to longer days and one month closer to Spring. Maybe some extra sewing time with a quilt finish or two.

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  71. In February I am looking forward to a 4 day trip to Napa with family to celebrate our Granddaughter's 21st...how did that happen? I follow AGF on FB. Thanks for opportunity, this is a lovely project John. (on my original comment I typed "nap" instead of Napa...well maybe there will be naps in Napa after the wine tours...lol)

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  72. I'm looking forward to staying home with my baby girl this month. She was born on 2/1. And of course I'll be sewing a few more baby items for her in the process....

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  73. Beautiful quilt!! I'm seeing my college friends this week, can't wait!

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  74. I am looking forward to some academic competitions that my very smart son is participating in! Thanks for sharing the great project and for the chance to win. I am a follower of AGF.

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  75. I'm looking forward to my birthday!

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  76. Looking forward to quiltcon!
    Sil77sews@gmail.com

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  77. I am looking forward to doing some quilting for me and get some projects I want to do finished. Welcome back missed your blog. I follow AGF on their blog and on facebook, and I loved this quilt but I always love their fabrics.

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  78. I am looking forward to my birthday on V-Day this month. Thank you for the giveaway!

    amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

    I am an AGF follower!

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  79. I am most looking forward to my oldest daughter's birthday (32 years old!) on the 28th, so I can give her the car blanket she has been pestering me for!

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  80. I follow AGF on FB.
    And you on google reader. Fabrics look like they would be fun to work with.

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  81. I am looking forward to getting in some skiing during my daughter's school break.

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  82. I'm looking forward to a quilting weekend with a friend! It should be wonderful! Cute pattern.

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  83. Lovely quilt - I love how it showcases the beautiful fabrics! This month, I'm looking forward to finishing my Valentine's Day sewing and then finishing some of my UFO's!!

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  84. I am now looking forward to making this!!! I love it!! Thanks for the tute.

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  85. Wonderful quilt and fabric - I'm looking forward to seeing our new granddaughter later this month.

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  86. Love these fabrics! I'm looking forward to helping my little girl with her Valentines! :)

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  87. Great quilt! I'm looking forward to my youngest granddaughter's birthday this month and a visit from my oldest granddaughter. Thanks for the chance to win. I follow AGF on Facebook.

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  88. I'm looking forward to (hopefully) a much-awaited job offer!

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  89. I'm looking forward to more time sewing?! Umm...yea, right. ok, then how about that the days are starting to get slightly longer and that means spring is coming and these NASTY mountain valley inversions should be almost gone (well, until next winter that is).

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  90. Thanks for the tutorial. I'm looking forward to starting my Sisters' 2013 Quilt Exchange. I follow AGF on Facebook & subscribe to their blog.

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  91. I am looking forward to attending the Martha Pullen School of Art Fashion! I love the Luxe in Bloom fabric! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  92. I really love that fabric line, thank you so much for the giveaway! I'm looking forward to painting the living room/dining room a neutral color, as all the colorful things I've been making need a quiet background to stand out!

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  93. Looking forward to getting settled (we just moved) and hopefully back to sewing! :)

    Thanks for the opportunity to win - I have drooled over this line each time I've seen it! :)

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  94. I'm looking forward to February being over. My daughter comes home for spring break on March 1st!

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  95. Love Art Gallery fabrics and these are just My colours!!! February means kids back at school after long Summer hols and some spare sewing time!!!

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  96. I am looking forward to completeing some projects!

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  97. Nice pattern and gorgeous fabrics! I can't wait for the Kansas City modern quilt guild meeting this Thursday! Thanks got a chance to win! I follow on Pinterest and

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  98. I was looking forward to yesterday - I went back to uni for the last year of my nursing degree!

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  99. I look forward to the days getting a bit longer every day and to the return of the sun!!!

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  100. I'm looking forward to the Brit Bee meet up at the end of the month :) Great pattern, will make one for Siblings Together :)

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  101. My family is all going to West Edmonton Mall in Alberta next week! Looking forward to that. It's the biggest mall in Western Canada for sure, maybe even all of Canada!

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  102. I am going on a cruise in a few days...that is what I am looking forward to this February. Some time away from my normal world. Sun, beach and beautiful clear water to swim in. Can't wait!

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  103. I'm looking forward to spending the month with my husband since we're on maternity and paternity leave. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  104. Gorgeous quilt. I'm looking forward to spending time with my son who turns 3 on the 1st of March.

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  105. February is fun but I don't buy into all that mushy romance stuff! I like that for whatever reason my schedule is fairly open for the whole month which allows for lots of sewing!

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  106. I am looking forward to warmer weather. fmoore11589@comcast.net

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  107. Yay I follow Art Gallery Fabrics all the ways :) In February I look most forward to March so we have longer days and somewhat better weather!!!! amycav at hotmail dot com

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  108. I follow AGF rules. I'm most looking forward to feeling healthier. I'm supposed to be out of the sickly first trimester pregnancy state, but my body is being difficult. I'm hoping Feb I can get back to "normal"....or at least semi-normal.

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  109. February is a month full of baby projects from quilts to hats. lots of new babies due and each one with get a quilt. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  110. This is a nice design for fabrics that you don't want to cut up too small. There is a problem with the pdf, the images are missing.
    In February I'm looking forward to a long weekend on the 18th and trying to keep up with my sewing to-do list.

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  111. I like the design of this quilt! The fabric colors are great. I am looking forward to sewing for my 2 Grandbabies, McKinzee & Jaydyn, they will both turn 2 at the begining of March. So I have to make them something wonderful!

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  112. I love this palette and the quilt pattern is great! I am most looking forward to a Disneyland holiday with my husband and our son & his wife at the end of the month - woot!

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  113. Looking forward to celebrating my Grandpa turning 93 on Valentine's Day.

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  114. Loving the acid yellow and blue and grey-- so perfect for this time of winter! I think you did just right by it making such a quilt. Beautiful...In February I am simply looking forward to getting my act together, and more daylight :D
    Yes, I follow AGF by mail and pinterest and facebook.

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  115. I'm looking forward to cutting this and many more quilts out with my new toy, a die cut machine, which came in the mail yesterday. I follow AGF via Facebook and Pinterest and I subscribe via Google reader.

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  116. There's a reason February is the shortest month, it's the worst one weather-wise! (At least here in the midwest) Looking forward to it being over. The Luxe looks awesome!

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  117. I'm looking forward to riding my new wave of creative juices (knitting and sewing), and the family birthdays this month. thanks for the chance!

    AGF FB fan.

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  118. I'm looking forward to finishing up my hubby's king size quilt (need to quilt and bind) and surprising him for Valentine's Day w/ his favorite show (seasons 1-5 on dvd). The Luxe fabrics look awesome and I found out through AGF newsletter about this great quilt:)

    Fawn

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  119. I love this pattern and the Lux In Bloom is very pretty. I receive the newsletter from Art Gallery. I am looking forward to Valentines day and maybe some Sees candy.

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  120. I really like your lap quilt, especially the yellow and dark blue colors they just make the whole quilt extra special
    thanks for sharing

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  121. happened upon your site and I really love it! I can't wait to try the Lap of Luxe Lap quilt!

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  122. I am looking forward to my cousin coming to stay at the end of this week! Haven't seen her in a while, will be great to see her :)

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  123. Nice! Both Luxe in Bloom colorways are pretty. I've never tried AGF fabric, so it would be great to win!

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  124. I'm most looking forward to my birthday next weekend! Birthdays are SO MUCH BETTER than the alternative! I love your quilt and am going to make it asp with some sock monkey fabric.

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  125. I'm going to the Quilt Festival in Hampton, VA on the 21st of this month! Excited about it because I get to stay with a friend and attend the show!

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  126. I'm looking forward to my birthday.

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  127. In the middle of wedding planning so looking forward to finishing up some plans.

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  128. I am looking forward to sewing! We've moved, and I've unpacked in a week, but I still have to finish organizing my sewing stuff and fabric - and in a much smaller space. I need to come up with a plan so I can sew sooner then later.

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  129. Love this fabric and your quilt. Looking forward to Valentines in February.

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  130. Love this fabric and love your quilt. I think this is something I could do!

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  131. Looking forward to m sister's visit. Going to work on a t-shirt quilt made from shirts our Mother painted.

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  132. I'm looking forward to making and selling 100+ Valentine cards so that I can book my ticket to California/Disneyland!

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  133. Alot of company comming next month, hoping to show a great niece(7) how to use a sewing machine! Thanks-great colors!

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  134. I am looking forward to being healthy enough to sew and quilt again. *fingers crossed*

    Thanks for a chance to win. I also follow all of AGF sites across the web :)

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  135. I am looking forward to some sunshine. Here in Michigan it's rather dull.
    Shawn

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  136. I got a brand new sewing machine for my birthday last month, so this month I'm looking forward to spending some quilty time with it ;-)

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  137. I have been catching up on your blog ... Found it on one do the others I've been following. You are truly an inspiration! I am most looking forward to spending a little time getting reacquainted with my sewing machine now that I have all the year end tax stuff finished :)

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  138. I am enjoying reading your blog again! I am looking forward to my son's sixth birthday this month :-) Thanks for the giveaway. I follow AGF on FB (Deborah Gunthorpe) and receive their newsletter by email.

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  139. I love this simple but really effect quilt design.
    I am looking forward to making one of my own :0)

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  140. I already did the thing I was looking forward to in February- move into our new house! What I'm not looking forward to is unpacking all the boring stuff that's left in the basement. I follow AGF on the blog and Facebook.

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  141. Looking forward to weekends of restaurant hopping!:)

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  142. Im looking forward to longer days and hopefully some sun!

    tounapuu@hotmail.com

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  143. I'm looking forward to warmer temperatures and longer times to sew. It gets really gold in my sewing room during the winter so it is hard to get a lot done.

    I follow AGF through my Google reader and on facebook too.
    Sandy A

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  144. I love your quilt! And the fabric is awesome! Thanks for the great tutorial! :)
    I'm looking forward to warmer tempatures so our huge snowbanks start melting! And also hoping to get a quilt done this month! :)
    I follow AGF via fb, twitter & subscribe to their blog! :)

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  145. I'm currently back in Australia for 1 month and am loving the blast of summer! Mmmm, defrosting!! So I'm currently living my "looking forward to" :)

    I follow AGF everywhere.

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  146. I'm looking forward to the sense of satisfaction that [fingers crossed] will come when I *finally* finish up some projects that have been haunting me for waaay too long.

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  147. I m looking forward to going to Quiltcon in Austin this month. Woo Hoo!

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  148. What a fab quilt! I am looking fwd to sewing q new purse soon. I follow AGF and like them on FB

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  149. To starting once again quilt classes at my LQS. Terrific giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

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  150. Very nice decorative quilt. I love the design and very nice color combination..The fabric so nice and beautiful design.
    Oncology & Cancer Surgery India

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  151. I look(ed) forward to Valentine's Day (when we got engaged. i love this quilt and fabric. And yes I am an AGF followere.

    lawton_linda (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  152. Family birthdays, completing my Lovely Year of Finishes feb goal (finish requilting and binding my scrappy stash QAL) and completing my project for Stitched in Color's scrap challenge. I'm looking forward to all of that :)

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  153. I'm most looking forward to more weekend skiing days because we've got new snow.

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  154. I started my Lap of Luxe yesterday but my blocks are 5" rather than 8.5. I think that it will make a darling baby quilt for our niece. Thanks for the pattern and idea!

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  155. When I try to download the lap of luxe patter,which I really love, all I get is a black screen. Can anyone help?

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  156. Adorei seu site! Parabéns pela iniciativa! abraços do Brasil!

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  157. My family and I make quilts for charity; earlier this week we finished quilt 100 (woo!) for the Moore tornado victims. Our group (KuzinKamp) is always trying to find beautifully simple quilts like these that even our youngest members can do. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful pattern!

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