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Monday, July 18

12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop: Frosted Flakes Quilted Runner & a Giveaway!



12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop


There's an exciting event going on in Quilting Blogland and it's the 12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop, put together by Sarah Craig @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict.  Sarah gathered together 25 terrific bloggers to share ideas for Christmas crafts, quilting, and recipes - so you can get a head start on the holidays this year.  You can find all the blog hop stops in the list at the end of this post and also by searching the hashtag #12daysofchristmasinjuly on social media.

Today is Day 5 and I share this day with my friend Soma @ Whims and Fancies, so be sure to check out her post today too because she's teaching us how to make handmade books and bookmarks!   To top it all off, Sarah is running a 12 Days of Christmas in July Quilt Along for the delightful quilt shown below, and she estimates that with only 1 hour a day you can have the quilt top completed in just 12 days.  

12 Days of Christmas Quilt Along

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Frosted Flakes Quilted Runner

Did you ever make paper snowflake cutouts as a kid?  It has always been a tradition in our family to make them, so for my 12 Days of Christmas project, I decided to make an appliqued and quilted snowflake runner.  I'm calling it the Frosted Flakes Runner, because I used Fairy Frost fabric for the snowflakes.

Close up of a Crafted Applique Snowflake

It's no surprise that I used my Crafted Applique method to make these snowflakes. (hashtag #craftedapplique)  I didn't want any fraying and knew my method would keep the edges nice and neat, while at the same time allowing me to cut out elaborate shapes. You could also do this project using fusible web interfacing to adhere your appliques. 
   
Swirling Breeze quilting

Fabrics used - I was going for the same color as jadeite:
Very Merry by Sandy Gervais for Moda - Light Aqua - 17832-15
Very Merry by Sandy Gervais for Moda - Light Aqua - 17834-15
Michael Miller Fairy Frost in Snow

Here's another shot, this one taken indoors:



A peek at the nine snowflake patterns (I designed nine, just in case someone wants to get flakier than me):

Frosted Flakes Snowflake Applique Patterns


You can download and save the Microsoft Word document, complete with sewing instructions and all 9 snowflake patterns by clicking here:


Don't forget to read to the end of the post, because I'm also having a great Christmas in July giveaway!

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Holiday Brunch Menu

One of the other fun things Sarah suggested was that we share a favorite recipe.  Our family has so many of them!  As the kids started becoming great cooks in their own right, we all developed an addiction to trying out recipes we find on Pinterest, so that is what I will be sharing today.   I'm laughing a little at this photo.  The runner is meant to be one long hot pad, but I wasn't ready for it to get besmirched yet, so we kept all the food off of it.  :)  If you use Insul-bright batting instead of regular batting, you'll have yourself a dandy hot pad.  

  

A simple Christmas Holiday Brunch, featuring:

Ham Quiche Cups - so quick to make!

Ham Quiche Cups

Glazed Cranberry Orange Scones - we substituted fresh blueberries - yum!

Glazed Blueberry Orange Scones, Cranberry & Grand Marnier Champagne Cocktail, and Coffee

Cranberry and Grand Marnier Champagne Cocktail - we substituted Proseco for the champagne.   You can also use sparkling cider for a non alcoholic alternative.  Next time we will stick to just the simple curled orange peel garnish.  The lime slice and pomegranate seeds were a bit much.  

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I hope you will visit all the other bloggers participating in the hop!  Here is the 12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop Schedule:

July 14th:    Sharon Vrooman @ Vrooman’s Quilts
                   Carole Carter @ From My Carolina Home

July 15th:    Yanicka Hachez @ Finding Myself As An Artist
                   Chris Dodsley @ made by ChrissieD

July 16th:     Marsha Hodgkins @ Quilter in Motion
                    Leanne Parsons  @ Devoted Quilter

July 17th:     Tonia Conner @ All Thingz Sewn
                    Selina @ Selina Quilts

July 18th:     Lara Buccella @ BuzzinBumble - That's me!
                    Soma Acharya @ Whims and Fancies

July 19th:     Joanne Harris@ Quilts by Joanne
                    Suzy Webster @ Adventurous Applique and Quilting

July 20th:     Vicki in MN @ Vicki’s Crafts and Quilting
                    Jennifer Fulton @ The Inquiring Quilter

July 21st:     Michele Kuhns @ Crayon Box Quilt Studio
                   Jan Ochterbeck @ The Colorful Fabriholic

July 22nd:     Alla Blanca @ Rainbows. Bunnies. Cupcakes.
                    Zenia Rene @ A Quilted Passion

July 23rd:     Joanne Hubbard @ Everyone Deserves a Quilt
                    Paige Alexander @ Quilted Blooms

July 24th:     Carolyn Jones @ …by CJ
                    Tisha Nagel @ Quilty Therapy

July 25th:     Susan Arnold @ Quilt Fabrication
                    Beth Sellers @ Cooking Up Quilts
                    Linda Pearl @ One Quilting Circle


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12 Days of Christmas Giveaway!

Last, but not least, I holding my own giveaway, where THREE lucky commenters will win this wonderful red and white fabric panel:

North Woods - by Kate Spain for Moda - Fabric panel in Cranberry
It's from Kate Spain's "North Woods" collection and features a table topper and ornaments/appliques.  Perfect for a fun and fast Christmas project!  

If you'd like a chance to win, just leave a comment below.  BuzzinBumble followers, both new and old, can have a second chance at winning - just leave a second comment telling me how you follow my blog.  Make sure you also leave a way for me to contact you if you win.  There are more and more no-reply commenters these days and most people are unaware of it.   Three lucky winners will be randomly drawn on July 25th, 2016 and I will announce them here on BuzzinBumble soon afterwards.

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you will enjoy the free Frosted Flakes Quilted Runner pattern!


Click on the pup and she'll take you to the comment section.

141 comments:

  1. Lara, you never fail to inspire and impress me with your skills and style. Your Frosted Flakes table runner is drop-dead gorgeous! In the jade color, it's so refreshing and bright, then the added sparkle from the snowflake fabric is just the perfect touch. I'll be adding this one to my sewing list, along with a few new recipes to my "try soon" list! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  2. I really like the snowflakes. Kate Spain always has the best designs. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  3. Hmm tried to put a comment in and got all sorts of error messages? I really love your runner! Just got your book and am already working on a project using your method! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. I follow your blog on bloglovin!

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  5. Lara, I thought of you yesterday, and was going to write you a note! We got a new UPS driver and he said the old one left him instructions for our house, saying "third tree on the right"! Isn't that funny? The minute I stopped laughing, I thought of you. :)

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  6. I follow you via email: wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  7. I'd love to win! I'd love your book for xmas too! emilyste7ens at gmail dot com

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  8. I follow via bloglovin:) emilyste7ens at gmail dot com

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  9. Wow - your work is always amazing! Thank you for the tutorial!!

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  10. I am a follower w/ Bloglovn! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  11. The runner is gorgeous and looks great for your lovely brunch setting. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I follow on my blogger dashboard/GFC.

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  13. Your snowflake is so pretty-love the fabric colors you choe. Very nice!

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  14. Love the snowflake runner! The colour is scrumptious! I can see why you didn't want to take a chance it might get something on it.

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  15. Wow, Lara - just wow! I knew it would be good, but this is awesome!! Thanks so much for sharing, and for introducing me to DropBox - I must check that out for my tutorials too!

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  16. Awesome tutorial and pattern! Thank you! Love the recipes too.

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  17. And of course I follow you - your post was the first thing I saw in my email this morning! PS Love those ham quiche bowls - that's definitely a must-try!!

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  18. New follower on Bloglovin, so glad you are a part of this hop!

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  19. Oh wow your runner is so pretty. I love the idea though I'm not sure if all those tiny bits would drive me crazy or not. :)

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  20. Lara, your runner is drop-dead gorgeous! I'll be checking out the tutorial later today. This will be a perfect project for a few folks on our Christmas list.

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  21. Love the snowflake runner and that it can be use for Christmas and longer. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Your tablerunner is sew pretty. Love it. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  23. I love your snow flake table runner. I have your book and am enjoying your method of applique.

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    1. That is so sweet Sam! :) Thank you. I'm replying here because your comments came in with you listed as noreply-commenter, so I hope you check back and see this. If you prefer not to leave contact info publicly, you can email me directly at buzzinbumbleb at gmail.

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  24. I follow on Bloglovin.

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  25. Love your snowflake table runner. I'm really enjoying this Christmas Blog Hop. Lots of ideas. grinnie1961@gmail.com

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  26. I follow you on bloglovin. grinnie1961 at g mail dot com

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  27. I follow you on email
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  28. your runner is so very lovely. thanks for sharing the pattern and the tips
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  29. I love the table runner! Snowflakes are one of my favorite things about the winter/Christmas season. The scones look YUMMY!

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  30. Loving your Frosted Flakes runner Lara!!! I'm a sucker for snowflakes every time - can't wait to try them out :*)

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  31. Lara, Your runner is beautiful! I think it can be used all winter, not just at Christmas. Thanks for sharing all the snowflakes...putting this one on my to do list. This will also make a great gift. I follow you...so not to miss a post on Bloglovin.

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  32. Lara, I love the table runner... I'm using your Crafted Applique method. I love it.

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  33. I follow you on BlogLovin

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  34. I follow you on PInterest @ICANQUILT2

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  35. Your runner is truly a work of art! Thank you for sharing with us.
    annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

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  36. I follow via Bloglovin.
    annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

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  37. So happy to have you back in blogland, Lara. I know you were taking a much needed break. Looks like you are rested, rejuvenated and back with a BANG!!! The runner is so beautiful and soothes the eyes while calming the soul. We need so many calming influences today.
    Hugs,
    Preeti.

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  38. I follow you on my Blogger dashboard/reading list. You have been on my mind. You will see today ;-)
    Hugs,
    Preeti.

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  39. I love your runner; I especially like that gorgeous fabric that makes it usable all winter. Thanks for the pattern.

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  40. Beautiful snowflakes! I think that your crafted applique method really makes intricate shapes like these possible.

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  41. I follow your wonderful blog via bloglovin

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  42. Absolutely love the snowflakes!! Very beautiful!!

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  43. You designed nine snowflakes? Wow, you've been busy. And they're are all gorgeous! (I think that my favorite is the one on top left, that is also on your runner.) I must say that they're more intricate that any I ever cut. lol Thank you for offering your pattern. I pinned it.
    This brunch looks delicious and the cocktail is looking quite fancy. :-) Thanks for the links.
    And thank you, generous lady, for another giveaway!

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  44. Follow through email...
    Cmaddox6688@Yahoo.com

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  45. your snowflakes are gorgeous, wish i would see them in person.

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  46. i follow on bloglovin'.

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  47. Now that is one welcoming Christmas Brunch table. Your table runner is stunning. Really glad you went for the lime slice and pomegranate for the photos (easy for me to say) they are so classy.

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  48. So glad to see you again (waves) I love the snowflakes you created, so detailed and fairy frost is one of my favorite fabrics, a beautiful runner.

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  49. I do follow you on bloglovin :)

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  50. Well howdy again...I won one of your books on a blog hop....I just got all my ducks in a row so after my sons wedding the 30th ...I'm going to try your way of applique..I really love the camper.... But will see what i try... Love your table runner ty for showing it.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  51. I follow you on bloglovin... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  52. Beautiful setting Lara! I love those plates & the runner is perfect with them. I will be downloading the snowflakes from my PC, my favorite is the upper right. Thank you for the inspiration & pattern!

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  53. Beautiful runner with fun snowflakes - what a pretty table setting.

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  54. The aqua color really grabbed my attention! It is just beautiful. I love the shimmering snowflakes and it looks amazing on the table!

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  55. That is gorgeous, Lara. The colors are positively fabulous and would carry you all through winter. The detail in the snowflakes is so delicate and pretty. Great job. Now....I'm off to try some of those scones.

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  56. I just love Kate Spain and to be able to have the opportunity to try and win this beautiful panel is just amazing. Your frosted flakes quilted runner and your recipes will come in handy for Christmas Eve. Thank you for sharing everything with all of us.

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  57. Wow, what a beautiful table runner, Lara, it looks amazing! And of course your Crafted Applique method is so perfect for this project. <3

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  58. Love your table runner, think I'll try it.

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  59. Your runner is beautiful and Crafted Appliqué is ideal for this pretty design! Thanks for sharing with us :)
    I'm off to look at your recipe links. Such a lovely table setting, I'll be over for Christmas!

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  60. Your table runner is absolutely gorgeous, I am keeping my fingers crossed for a copy of your book for my birthday next month!
    Hope you link up your Christmas make to this month's Ho, Ho, Ho and on We Sew link party over at
    http://redletterquilts.blogspot.fr/2016/07/modern-trees-rug-herringbone-chenille.html

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  61. I love the table runner. The colour conjures up the icy snow!
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  62. Following you via IG.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  63. I follow by email and bloglovin'!

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  64. This is such a beautiful table runner/hot pad that you created! It really is fabulous and I am looking forward to creating one of my own. Thank you so much for sharing and for a chance to win the incredible give away! Have a fantastic creative day!

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  65. Oh this runner is beautiful Lara! Love the color. I wish I had looked at it sooner. I just put some fabric pieces in the wash to try your crafted method. I would have thrown in some white too!! Oh well, another time. Can I come to your house for brunch? Everything looks so delicious! :)
    Skip me on the giveaway since I already won on your last one.

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  66. Love your snowflakes!! Thank you for sharing pattern/tutorial with us!! :) Your recipes for scones will definitely be tried here...with Blueberries too! Yummy!

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  67. I follow you thru Email & Bloglovin already too :)

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  68. Beautiful table runner Lara and the snowflakes are perfect for your applique technique! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  69. Thanks for participating in the blog hop. LOVE your snowflake designs!!! Can't wait to see who will win your giveaway.

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  70. Gorgeous table runner! I am so excited to try your applique technique. I love the ease of machine applique, but I hate fraying. I can't wait to learn it. Thanks!
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks!

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  71. Lovely snowflakes Lara, and I have to try the scone recipe, thank you for that.
    Smiles
    Kate

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  72. Your table runner is just beautiful...and the brunch sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing so much and the giveaway too!

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  73. I follow via Bloglovin.

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  74. I love love love your table runner! Thank you!

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  75. Love that table runner. I just bought your new applique book and am looking forward to making some great projects.

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  76. Love your runner, great panel

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  77. I know what we're doing for Christmas this year! This all looks amazing.

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  78. Love these snowflakes! and the yummies are a SWEET bonus =)

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  79. I have seen other snowflake runners and quilts, but I like yours the best.

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  80. I follow you via email.

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  81. The snowflake runner you made is really lovely. It makes the Holiday Meal seem extra special.

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  82. I follow you on bloglovin.

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  83. Beautiful snowflake runner! I'd love to make it.

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  84. Lovely pattern, thank you! Playing around with your book, will go add tags to my pics on Instagram. I follow using feedly.

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  85. Haven't been on a bloghop for a couple of years. So pleased to find this one. Thanks!
    judybarr at iearn dot org dot au

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  86. Love, love, love your snowflake runner!! I so remember making them; we used to make them funny by cutting out snowflakes that had cowboy hats and steer horns!! This looks like a project I will really enjoy!! And something I can make get some "little friends" to assist with!

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    1. Those snowflakes of yours sound really fun Geri. Thanks for your lovely comment! I'm replying here because your comments came in with you listed as noreply-commenter, so I hope you check back and see this. If you prefer not to leave contact info publicly, you can email me directly at buzzinbumbleb at gmail.

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  87. Love, love, love your snowflake runner!! I so remember making them; we used to make them funny by cutting out snowflakes that had cowboy hats and steer horns!! This looks like a project I will really enjoy!! And something I can make get some "little friends" to assist with!

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  88. The runner looks incredible, Lara!! The colours, design, quilting, everything!! The snowflakes are so delicate, it is hard to believe that you cut them by hand. I would never use it as hot pad, it’s too precious :)

    The food looks delicious! What presentation! I am looking at pictures of a very posh tea party event, I am sure :)

    -Soma

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  89. I recently purchased your book and am looking forward to trying your technique.

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    1. Jean, that is wonderful and thank you very much! Thank you too for following by email. Unfortunately, for the giveaway drawing, your comment comes to me with you as a noreply-commenter and I cannot figure out by looking at my emails subscribers which email belongs to you. So I hope I'll be able to find you should you win the giveaway.

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  90. New follower by email.

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  91. The flakes runner is really beautiful. I don't think I would have the patience to edge stitch it. I used to make snowflakes with my students in art class. We would use paper that they marker dyed. Then we would make a swirling sky and glue them in. I bet that would work with hand dye fabric and fabric background.
    Follow you by email. And Blogger's reader.

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  92. Wow!! What a stunning table runner pattern, Lara! The snowflakes are gorgeous... and the table runner you made is so elegant and beautiful!! I adore these colors, and the Fairy Frost fabrics make them look like real snow!! Delicate snowflakes are a perfect match-up with your Crafted Applique' treatment! Thank you for the designs!!
    I am going to look up the ham quiche cups recipe now. Your holiday table is so beautiful.
    What a lovely day for the Christmas in July Blog Hop!!
    Susie

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  93. I am a happy follower by email !
    Susie

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  94. I love your runner - always enjoyed making paper snowflakes as a child 😊

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  95. An admirer from 'over the pond' your work is so lovely.

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  96. I love your runner so much that I am going to make some to give as Christmas gifts. Thank you so much for the pattern.

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  97. I follow you on Bloglovin. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  98. I've been eagerly awaiting your pattern ever since I seen the sneak peek on IG. Thank you so much for sharing. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

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  99. And of course I follow you - both by email and on IG.

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  100. Love the tablerunner....it's something that could be used all winter long - that's awesome. Thank you for the pattern for the runner and snowflakes!

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  101. So love snowflakes, I can hardly wait to do this one!! Thank you.

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  102. Love your frosted flakes table runner Lara, and pinned that ham and egg recipe!! I love, love, love Christmas!!

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    1. It was really yummy Kelly. We made a vegetarian version too. Thanks for your sweet comment. I love Christmas too. :) I'm replying here to let you know that you are a noreply-commenter, meaning I have no way to reach you if you win one of the giveaways. I hope you check back and see this note in time.

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  103. The snowflakes are beautiful. Great idea to use insulbrite.

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  104. I love your snowflake runner but I missed the part about not using fusible.?

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  105. Its beginning to look a lot like, oh darn, its still summer. LOL
    Your runner is so cool....
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  106. I adore snowflakes. Your table runner is fantastic! Beautiful work!

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  107. This is such a sweet table runner! Looks so nice on your table with the red and white china.

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  108. Lara, this table runner is beautiful! What a perfect project for your Crafted Applique technique, and you know how much I love that! Oh this is going on my gotta make it list. Thanks you so much for the tutorial.

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  109. Lara, your snowflakes are beautiful! Truly, you have created Christmas in July! What a festive tablescape!

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  110. I follow via bloglovin!

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  111. Top stitching those snowflakes down must have taken forever. Very pretty =)

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  112. Wow Lara you knocked this one out of the park and to the North Pole itself! From the gorgeous mint green with your fanTABulous snowflakes, (mint green at Christmas is my new favourite Christmas colour since last year, Kate Spain's fault) to the Norman Rockwell-esque table setting to the YUMMY recipes (already bookmarked the scones btw) this post is just a wonderful read. Ha, helps a bit to think of frost on this hot and steamy July morning at my end of the lake :-)

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  113. I love the runner and the food looks wonderful. Quilters may well have more challenges than any other category of crafter :-)
    Amalia
    xo

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  114. Beautiful runner! I love snowflakes. Thanks for the pattern.

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  115. Your table runner is stunning! I love all of your snowflake designs :)

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  116. What a wonderful winter runner, I love the snowflakes! And you really got in the Christmas mood there with the table all laid out. I'll have to try some of those recipes for sure.

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  117. The table runner looks great. The snowflakes are amazing - thanks for sharing them with us.

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  118. Absolutely love your runner - and thank you for the snowflakes. I know I will be using these soon.

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  119. Your table runner is beautiful! I just purchased your book and I can't wait to read about your technique. Thanks for the tutorial and the snowflake patterns!

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  120. I'm a new follower of your blog with Feedly.

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  121. Great table runner!
    judybarr at iearn dot org dot au

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  122. Lara! The table runner itself is gorgeous (thank you for the pattern and the variety of flakes) but the photo of it in the middle of your set table is absolutely STUNNING!!! That is a money shot if I ever I saw one. And now I'm hungry, thank you very much! ;)

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  123. Thanks for the chance to win that beautiful panel! Red is my fave color. I follow via Bloglovin' and IG.

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  124. I just bought your book and hope to be appliquing very soon. Your table runner is stunning!!
    sweetpeamarie2003@yahoo.com

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  125. Hi Lara,
    A beautiful table runner, and so useful throughout the Christmas season! I hope to be using your appliqué method tomorrow.
    Your recipes look delicious I look forward to trying them. Thanks for the chance to win the Kate Spain panel.
    Hugs, Barbara xx

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  126. Hi Lara, I follow you on my Blogger Dashboard and by email subscription to make sure I don't miss anything.
    Hugs, Barbara xx

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  127. Beautiful snowflakes! You are all set! :)

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