June 26, 2014

Who doesn't Love...

Who doesn't love The Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt? 
Whether you prefer the darker more traditional colors set OnPoint...  


Or the brighter more contemporary fabrics, with a straight setting of sashing and cornerstones for a more modern appeal?
How will you set your blocks??

Before you go... i want to share a few reviews on my classes.  

I asked some quilters who have purchased my classes if they would consider writing a review for me. 
Some purchased all 6 classes, completing 60 blocks, while others only have a couple classes purchased with a handful of blocks finished.  I wondered...would they go the distance?  

Here's what Nancy said:
The Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Classes have been a life saver!! I have been quilting for little more than two years and decided I wanted to try my hand at something really challenging. I had heard about the Farmer's Wife Quilt and loved knowing the history behind each block so I decided to tackle it. After trying two different cutting and piecing methods, (Farmer's Wife Book's and paper piecing), I was frustrated and dissatisfied with the results, I did a lot of searching and finally came across Karen's Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Classes on Craftsy.  The classes were reasonably priced and after reading all the positive reviews, I decided to purchase the first class. I have been thrilled with my choice and have purchased each consecutive class as it has become available.

Her modern piecing techniques are a lifesaver (especially for a beginning quilter) and seem revolutionary! The cutting and piecing instructions are clear and concise. The colored diagrams are also invaluable in helping clarify the instructions. Karen also has a website/blog with tutorials and pictorials on some of the different techniques that she refers to in her instructions. The blog also offers encouragement along the way!

I'm truly grateful that I discovered her classes on Craftsy! I honestly think I would have given up on the quilt out of pure frustration. Now I'm pleased with each of my blocks and able to progress at a pace that fits into my lifestyle. Most importantly, I am enjoying every minute of it!!

Thanks Karen!!
Nancy
Here are a couple of Nancy's beautiful blocks


This review comes from Susan...
I have been asked to write a testimonial for The Farmers Wife Revival Classes by Karen Walker, I not only said yes, but my original testimonial was so long, I posted it on my blog.  Here is the short version.  Would I recommend Karen’s classes?  In a heartbeat, YES!  Because of her clear and well written instructions, I have been able to create blocks that I looked at before and thought that they were too complicated.  Blocks that have 49 pieces in them are now as easy as doing a simple 9 patch.  My accuracy as improved and in most cases, the back of my blocks are as perfect as the fronts!  So would I recommend her classes?  YES, in a heartbeat!!
You can read the full version and see my progress at   justonemoreyard.blogspot.com

This is from April...
I have done very little piecing, so this is all new to me. Your instructions are very concise and easy to understand. You have made something that looks extremely complicated and overwhelming achievable, even to a beginner, by breaking it into skill building segments. I would never have known where to begin!! Thanks for the journey!! I love that you are so available for questions or input!
Thank You,
April Buttner
Port Coquitlam, BC
Canada
April is kind enough to allow me to use her Farmer's Wife photo collage for Class 7 (coming out July 7th)
Barbara says:
Two years ago my first grandchild was born.  I made him a simple quilt, the first sewing I had done in many years.  I enjoyed it, so took a beginner quilting class.  Since then I have made a few more baby quilts and one block of the month through a local quilt shop.  While looking for my next challenge I was attracted to examples of the Farmers Wife quilt on Pinterest.  I got the book but was discouraged by the templates and the complexity of the blocks.  Then, just at the right moment, I discovered Karen's classes.  I have completed 3 sets so far, and have found the cutting instructions and sewing instructions to be flawless and easy to follow.  Since I am still a basic learner in quilting I appreciate her organizing the months from easiest to most difficult, giving me a chance to gradually learn new techniques as I go. For me 10 squares per month is just the right amount.  Thanks, Karen!

And from Jane...
My name is Jane and I blog at Jane's Fabric's and Quilts.

I do not know about you but I like to have many projects going at one time.  How I happened to miss the Farmer's Wife Quilt Along when it first came out I do not know,

BUT

I was thrilled to see that Karen has a Farmer's Wife Reveal Class .

I jumped right in with both feet!
Bought my book and then headed to Karen's for her class.

I am on my 6th month of her classes and have learned so much from all her tips and techniques .

I love how class one starts out easy, class two, a bit more is learned and so and so on.
It is not overwhelming as she offers ten or so blocks a month.
You also get extras, such as a table runner,a table cloth, and a lap size quilt pattern!

AND THIS!
The Magic 8 Technique is amazing and without it making these blocks would take twice as long.

I could have never made this block without the Magic 8 Technique.

I am not a template girl so her step by step instructions are wonderful.
If you have a question, and I did, she will get you the answer.

If you have always wanted to try your hand at these blocks this is the way to do it stress free. 
I love Farming and cannot wait for every month so I can learn more and build my farm. This is what I have made to date with Karen.


Join the fun and start your farm today!

And my final review comes from Sharon...
I had been following Karen Walker’s blog, “laugh yourself into stitches” for some time when she offered a monthly class, “Farmer’s Wife Quilt Revival”.  I wanted to make the quilt for a long time but the aspect of making lots of 6 inch squares intimidated me greatly.  Even after more than 20 years of quilting, I didn't feel confident enough to take the plunge on my own.  I really liked the fact knowing
1) I could use my own fabric/scraps, 2) would receive step by step instruction for each and every block, and 3) could purchase each class separately rather than committing to the entire project as in a BOM.  I  could do a class or two and  should I discover I didn't have the skills necessary, could just drop out - no harm done.  For me it was a “win” “win” situation.

It is amazing how easy the blocks are coming together.  I've learned many new time saving  methods  to construct the blocks making it easy and fun.  The diagrams are well drawn and instructions concise and well written.  The new methods I've learned, such as “the magic 8” with Karen’s series will be used by me from this day forward.  I’m more than pleased with the results and would recommend any quilter, at any level of experience, purchase the “Farmer’s Wife Quilt Revival” individual classes.
 I am so happy I took the leap with Karen’s instructions and look forward to each new month.  Thank you, Karen. 


Wow...when i read these...i was stunned.  Thank you ladies!


143 comments:

  1. 2. Follow you on craftsy with your classes on my wish list.

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  2. 3. I' m thinking of going with modern twist.
    Thank you for chance to win your classes.

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  4. What a generous offer! I've been plugging along with my bright-coloured blocks since the original FWQAL started. This might be the incentive I need to finish it! I follow your blog and your Craftsy site. My email is terri-fisher (at) shaw (dot) ca

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  5. I have purchased the first set of this Fab Quilt. so far I am Addicted and hooked, would recommended anyone to follow the journey and off course your blog

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  6. Ooh can't waitI joined a group which plans to start the Farmer's Wife quilt in September. I already took a block from Lesson 1for a test drive. My vintage sewing machine group is having a gathering and block exchange in Lancaster County, Pa, so I used Amish colored solids and did the Basket Weave block

    Still can't decide between an Americana theme for the full quilt, or a blue and white Christmas theme.

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  7. I am a new "modern" farmer. I call it a Pinterest Farmer. Memorial Day weekend, 2014 I started raising chickens. My friend moved out of town. I bought her 13 chickens and coop (and supplies). I build things like nesting boxes and perches from ideas I see on Pinterest. The favorite thing I made was the automatic waterer. Chickens drink from the gravity fed nipples at the bottom of a five-gallon bucket. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  8. Traditional. Love your classes! tannis@cox.net

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  9. I follow your Craftsy Store.

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  10. Definitely traditional ... I'm a civil war fabric fanatic!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  11. It now prefer the new modern style..thank you

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  12. Hi - I am a follower GFC and hearted your Etsy shop! I am a traditional farmer and my daughter is a modern one! thanks!

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  13. Hi Karen! I'm still farming and my scrappy, modern farm is continuing to blossom with your wonderful classes. I couldn't have gone this far without you. I feel like I'm becoming a real quilter, getting years of experience and tricks with these classes and have recommended them to everyone. bbeyun@gmail.com

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  14. I follow you through Feedly/BlogLovin!

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  15. I just love, love, love the modern Farmers Wife Quilts. Jane's blocks look so good!

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  16. Congratulations on your successes Karen... I wish I loved to piece but I'm afraid I do not... If I win I will giveaway on my blog! Not because I don't love ya.... Only because someone else who loves to piece would benefit more! Thanks for your generosiity. I am a traditional farmer ;).

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  17. Follow you on Craftsy and your blog. Doing a farmer from 30's fabrics and a traditional farmer. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I follow you on bloglovin and also your craftsy store! And far as requirement #3 - I'm a traditional farmer. Thanks Karen, you are so generous in every way :-)
    skeshlaman@comcast.net

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  19. Already following your blog and now on Craftsy too. Definitely a modern Farmer's wife, seriously considering blue, white and tan - would that work? I'll have to find out! My e-mail is enabled and I would love to win this, I have the book!

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  20. I am an eager follower on FB and your blog. I have purchased the first 5 classes and hope to win the next! I am traditional all the way! My FW will be made using 1930 reproduction fabrics. I will be making it with you on FB starting in Sept! Keep up the good work!

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  21. I follow via bloglovin and am a modern farmer.
    I have wanted to make this quilt but, need to find time and motivation

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  22. I am following you on Facebook.
    My Mom was a farmer's wife. I have used some William Morris fabric with other bits added into it, so I guess it's more traditional than modern.
    Thanks for the opportunity :)

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  23. Awesome!! I am a GFC follower. Have a great sunny day!

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  24. I'm a follower via Bloglovin and Etsy.

    I've already purchased the first class, but am waiting to start until the fall so that I can work along with the Facebook group.

    I'm more of a modern farmer; I'll be using fabrics from Bonnie and Camille for my quilt.

    jenniestro (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  25. I love your broken dishes block! I'd be a modern farmer.

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  26. I'm a follower!! I started 'farmer' late but I am almost finished month 6 and thinking ahead to month 7.
    I am a traditional farmer and I have improved my piecing very much.

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  27. Following your blog and Craftsy store. I am a traditional farmer. I would love to win the classes. Kathy. mkbohan@q.com

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  28. I follow on blog liven. Your blocks are amazing

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  29. I am now a double follower and I am traditional, who loves color!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  30. At 75 I'm a latecomer to patchwork and have discovered I love stitching samplers. The Farmer's Wife is high n my list.

    Blessings

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  31. I am a Modern Farmer Wife. Love the Bright colors. Email is. tomcharlene@gmail.com

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  32. I follow your blog by email, also follow you on Craftsy and Esty. I am a modern farmer!

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  33. Both modern and traditional because I can't decide. I have many examples saved on Pinterest -- thanks to you, but I lean towards the brighter colors with older fabrics that look like gingham and chintz.

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  34. Modern Farmer. I'd love to win your classes. I've been checking out Bev's (44th St Fabric) blocks but have been slow to commit to another project.

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  35. I already follow your blog via email and now have your Etsy as a favorite, thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. I'm a Craftsy follower, I have been a e-mail blog follower for a bit now, would love the chance to expand my FW classed. I'm going traditional scrappy.

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  37. I have followed your blog for a while, now I follow you on Craftsy. I'm a traditional farmer. Would love to win.

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  38. I have been a happy follower of your blog. I am now following on Craftsy as well. I would guess I am a modern farmer. Thanks.

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  39. I am a traditionalist with modern fabrics...like the brighter colors that I have been seeing! I follow you on FB,
    Craftsy and now your blog...thanks..

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  40. I have decided to do a Modern version of the Farmers wife quilt. Clear, clean, crisp bright colors with lots of white.

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  41. I love the modern blocks, but when I finally get around to starting the quilt, I will be using repro fabrics to use up my stash!

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  42. I follow you on Bloglovin' and also follow your Craftsy Pattern Store. I'm a scrappy traditional Farmer. Have J/F/M blocks done - working to catch up during the month of July. 1/2 done with my April blocks as of tonight (#38 was a toughie!). Love seeing progress people show on Flicker!

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  43. I am a traditional farmer. I ĺove 30s repro fabrics. I love your Etsy store. I follow your blog through Bloglovin. Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com

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  44. Hi Karen
    I have been following your blog for quite some time and I have to say that it is one of my favorites!
    I have already put your craftsy site in my favorites as I have been looking seriously at starting the Farmers Wife classes. The only reason I haven made the leap is that I have a few projects on the go that really need my attention. I just started following your etsy site today so now that those are covered I have to tell you my heart is in the traditional color way. Thanks for sharing your tutorials and all the quilt eye candy!! Lisa

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  45. Follow your etsy store too :)
    Lisa @ lmrdesigns11@aol.com

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  46. And ... been debating this quilt for a long time ... really want to try your classes with it. Thinking of going traditional
    Lisa @ lmrdesigns11@aol.com

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  47. Follow your blog via email, follow you on Craftsy, and thinking of going traditional.

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  48. I follow your blog and have the Farmer's Wife book. Would like to make...but, oh there is just not enough time in the day the week the month. Know what I mean? One day soon...

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  49. I follow via bloglovin and pinterest. sarah@forrussia.org

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  50. I follow you on Craftsy. sarah@forrussia.org

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  51. I am a traditional farmer. :) sarah@forrussia.org

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  52. Follow your blog via email. I have the book and have made several of the blocks using the paper piecing method. Then I discovered your classes on Craftsy. I purchased the first one and completed all those blocks. Your instructions were great! So, I purchased the next two classes and have been working my way through those blocks. Thanks for the giveaway. Hope I win!!

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  53. I love traditional quilt. thomesilva@gmail.com

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  54. I'd lean modern and try mostly solids. I've been following you ever since I read about your Farmers Wife classes on a Craftsy blog (now via bloglovin), because this is the quilt that made me want to learn quilting. I hope to take your classes next year. Thanks for the giveaway -- and thanks for putting this amazing quilt within a beginner's reach.

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  55. I'm a follower of your blog and a new follower of your craftsy patterns. I think I am more of a modern traditional farmer...lol.. Thanks for sharing

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  56. I am definitely a traditional farmer. I follow your blog and craftsy site, having finished the first 3 Farmer's wife lessons. Thanks for all the great tips and techniques. I may actually finish this quilt after all.

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  57. I'm doing my blocks traditionally and I'm even sewing them up on my Featherweight. You have made the directions so easy to follow and they're sewing up very quickly.

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  58. I follow you on Craftsy, bloglovin, and even Pinterest! :). I really want to start a Farmers Wife quilt....am I a modern Farmer or traditional??? I love traditional fabrics but love your modern ways to construct the blocks!

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  59. I am a follower on bloglovin. I think i am a traditional farmers wife although i do like some of the modern brighter colours. crazyquilt dot JD at gmail.com

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  60. I make a more modern style, with grey background and 30ieth repro, is that modern, anyway? Well, I love it, and I promise to make a blog post as soon as I can. I have been unable to sew this month because of hand fracture. I'm of course a follower of your blog and on Craftsy, I get your mails, and like you on Facebook,
    Elintorvikg@gmail.com

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  61. I am a follower on both Facebook & bloglovin, as well as on Craftsy & Etsy. I am definitely a more traditional farmer, although I enjoy some modern elements as well! applique.quilt AT gmail-dot-com

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  62. I am a follower on Craftsy and by e-mail. I have purchased the first 3 classes of Farmers Wife and a couple of your other patterns. Plan on starting FW shortly and want to make one with Civil War fabrics and one with 30's repro. I guess I am both traditional and modern. Thanks for the chance to win these instructions. My email is jjeffrey1121@embarqmail.com

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  63. I love traditional and would love to make the Farmers wife quilt , thanks for this great giveaway . I follow by GFC and by email .

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  64. I love the classes they motivate me to keep going without overwhelming me. I can't wait until July 7th to see the next group of blocks. Thanks! my e-mail is croo4you@aol.com

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  65. I am a follower and I have your classes1-6 and love them. Waiting for #7! I'm like your Dad....a traditional farmer :)

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  66. I now follow you here and on craftsy. I love both traditional and modern...no idea which I would do if I won. I have always wanted to make one of these kinds of quilts, but have never gotten started!

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  67. Well, I follow the blog, AND Craftsy and Etsy, so I guess I'm "in"! YAY!!! And hell, I wish I was any kind of farmer, here in the desert...I love a good mix of old AND new, so I guess I'm somewhere in between, and love surprises! Happy Monday, Karen - XOXO

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  68. I love your site as well as the craftsy site. I wish I could make the Farmer's Wife quilt but I'm a beginner and don't know if I have the skills to make it. I also love your embroidery projects. Guess you might say I'm a modern farmer. We have 6 raised bed gardens and grow everything from tomatoes to green peppers to asparagus to herbs. Love herbs. But, since I can't do steps very well, my husband has to tend the garden. I have my own little (ha!) garden on our decks with tomatoes, basil, rosemary, and two citrus plants. Plus I have lots of flowers also. I love tending my upstairs garden. My husband is so good to me and planted all the plants on it for me. Isn't he a dear? I think so. Good luck, everyone. Wish everyone could win.

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  69. OK. I am now following your blog and your Craftsy page. You are absolutely brilliant and I have already purchased the first set of blocks. I have the book and took it to a print shop to have it spiral bound. That way the book lies flat when open. I like both traditional and modern colors, so will let you pick. Thank you so much for offering. My e-mail is: scruffdoggie@att.net

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  70. Definitely a Modern Farmer! Love & follow your Blog!

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  71. whoops forgot...krissdawn@hotmail.com

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  72. I am following you on Facebook.
    My Mom was a farmer's wife. I have used some William Morris fabric with other bits added into it, so I guess it's more traditional than modern.
    Thanks for the opportunity :)
    Forgot to put my email in earlier: hfedick@shaw.ca

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  73. Thank you for a wonderful set of instructions for the Farmers Wife. I wasn't able to work on this with success until I found your class on Craftsy. You do a great job with your instructions and tips. Karen qlt4fun123@gmail.com

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  74. I'm with the older group well maybe they are younger at heart than I am but I like the traditional quilts, maybe spiked up a bit with some bright fabrics but these wonky shapes and things just aren't me. I do see the beauty in them though.

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  75. I really enjoy your instructions and photos in your monthly classes. It makes sewing the blocks so much easier. I have purchased 5 months from Crafty and 1 month from your store. Thankyou for this opportunity to get the next 6 months.
    Dianne Brooks Australia dandb51@bigpond.com

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  76. I think I am traditional. I´ve already got the book and some feedsack fabric but I have not started sewing it yet.The classes would be a great help.I have your Farmer's Wife Quilt Revival Class 1 on my Crafsty wish list.Thanks for the opportunity.:)
    maribel.glez-arce@telefonica.net

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  77. I honestly am both a bit traditional and modern- however would probably be a modern farmer if I won. Thanks for the opportunity! Amy

    hatlevig@integra.net

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  78. I'm a Bloglovin follower and consider myself a more modern farmer in this case. Thanks much for the giveaway!

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  79. Following with Google and on Craftsy too with pattern on my wishlist.
    What an amazing giveaway. I'd love to enter and I would be a modern farmer :)
    Thank you for offering this chance to win.
    Margaret

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  80. I think I would be a traditional farmer...Would love to win...I follow your blog by email and craftsy also.

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  81. I am a little of both - traditional and modern. When I started quilting I was modern all the way but have started gravitating to more traditional patterns. I have started the FW using your patterns. I have the first 20 completed and I am loving it!

    Thanks!
    chrissi dot Brenner at gmail dot com

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  84. Hi! Came over from Bev's what a wonderful surprise to find your blog! I am now following on bloglovin , Craftsy, and IG! I would love to win & I already have the book so I am ready! I would say I am a Modern Farmer in a lot of ways! I have 7 hens and a rooster in rural West Virginia so for now I am also a Chicken farmer! Fingers and toes crossed!

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  85. I commented earlier on my phone and did not see the part that said one comment was all that was needed, so here I am trying to do this right. *grin* I am following you on Craftsy, IG, and via email.

    Color me modern all the way!!

    I was so glad to see Jane's review. I am a blogging friend of hers and have been watching her grow her FW quilt. Now I know how she got so brave to give it a go!! I think I can do this now..With your help, of course. Win or not, I will be purchasing your classes. I am so excited!!

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  86. I'm following on etsy and blog lovin'! Heard about you from Bev! I am just finally starting my farmers wife quilt, using Charbonaux by Minnick and Simpson, so I guess I am an old farmer! Thanks for the chance to win! judy_toelle@ msn.com

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  87. I am a follower!! And... I'm a "traditional farmer".... literally!! We have a small grains farm in rural (of course) North Dakota! :)

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  88. Okay, I follow your blog. Yeah! Glad I do AND follow on craftsty (gotta love craftsy). I would be a modern farmer. I'm so much happier sewing bright cheerful colors.
    contentncm at yahoo dot com

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  89. Following you on Facebook and Etsy. Love your blog. Oh yeah I am a traditional farmer.

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  90. Following you via email now. I had already bought the book, the fabric, and was thinking, oh dear! Your classes will make the difference I suspect. I am definitely a modern farmer, and will be using most of a Riley Blake range in bright colours.

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  91. I think I am a new farmer. I have the book and I have started the first class

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  92. I follow you on Bloglovin & Etsy. I love The Farmers Wife and I have the book - these classes might just be the push to dive in and get started. Typically I am a more modern quilter, however, I have been working on my first reproduction quilt and I may be hooked. :)

    Thank you for the opportunity to win your classes. Serena - SerenaMLett@Hotmail.com

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  93. following by email, facebook and cradtsy. Modern farmer with book in hand. and lesson 1.
    cherylhutchinson@telus.net

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  94. I'm a follower via email. I like the modern look.

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  95. Followed on bloglovin and Etsy.

    I like the traditional one.

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (dot) com

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  96. I follow you and I would love to win this! sarah@forrussia.org

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  97. I would say I'm a semi traditional farmer.......I would love to win your classes though so I could get started on this quilt! Thanks for the opportunity! qltdiva1@fuse.net

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  98. Can't wait to get started....traditional

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  99. Traditional farmer I like the darker colors hope to win mae_looney@comcast.net

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  100. I am a little traditional and a little modern in my gardening and quilting. Whatever suits my needs and my mood. Love this project!

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  101. FOLLOW ON BLOG LOVIN

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  102. TRADITIONAL !
    THANKS FOR SHARING !

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  103. I qm a fairly modern Swedish Farmer

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  104. I follow through Friend Connect.

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  105. I follow you on Craftsy (Sandy Hardman)

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  106. I am a traditional type quilter but I love all those modern colors.

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  107. I'm a traditional follower, Ccraftsy follower.

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  108. I am almost finished with my farmer's wife but believe it or not I am considering doing it again. I follow you via bloglovin, and I follow your craftsy shop. Right now I am doing traditional but I may consider doing a more modern.

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  109. I am a traditionalist who is slowly starting to fall in love with the brighter modern colors.

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  110. I'm a wanna be modern farmer, but have no idea where to start in spite of having made many quilts. I follow you on Craftsy , IG AND email.

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  111. modern would be me
    follow thru google
    and follow your etsy shop with pleasure
    kathipink@gmail.com

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  112. Follow you on Facebook...Thankyou, Starting FW in Aug..
    mysweetdar@yahoo.com

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  113. I signed up to follow your blog by email. I started the FWQ 3 years ago but put it away. If I win this will give me the push I need to get it out and finish it up.
    thanks
    Barb
    betcrawford (at ) Verizon (dot) net

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    1. I forgot to add that I am a traditional farmer as I like civil war fabrics

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  115. Oops, I'm an old-fashioned farmer--I like growing raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries, and lots and lots of flowers. I live in the country with about 8.5 acres and love being a country girl who grew up on a farm.

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  116. I receive your e-mails and I follow you on Craftsy. I am traditional.
    machelle.helms (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  117. I follow your blog and have for a while. :)

    Tickledpeep@Yahoo.com

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  118. I have favorited your Etsy shop. :)

    (Featheredruffles or perhaps.under Tickledpeep. Not sure. It's.Etsy and I have a shop, also, so I'm not sure how I.show.up.)

    Tickledpeep@Yahoo.com

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  119. And I'm guessing I'm a modern farmer. That's the one that involves porch tomatoes and the farmers market each Saturday, right?

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  120. Karen, I am a traditional farmer and newly a bee keeper. I love the pictures on your craftsy page it is inspiring. I have been wanting to do the Farmers Wife but heard a lot of negatives about directions.

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    1. You should give my pattern classes a try Avon. Read the reviews in this blog post...and from other quilters who have left comments here and are currently using my instructions.

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  121. I prefer the new modern style..thank you!!

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  122. I am new at FWS but I am going traditional. I love the civil war colors. Can't wait to get started. My email is krouse903@yahoo.com.

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  123. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.netJuly 7, 2014 at 1:37 PM

    I am pretty traditional but would like to become more mondern:)

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  124. Nancy: rangerer@sbcgloibal.netJuly 7, 2014 at 1:38 PM

    I am one of your followers.

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