Monday, August 7, 2017

Block 1 of the I Love Home BOM

Good Morning Sweet Quilting Friends! .  There's something super cute being stitched up in the Podunk Pretties Studio.  Today is the first day of  The I Love Home Block of the month.    This is my first year being a featured blogger.  I'm having a lot of fun adding my own little Podunk twist to this adorable pattern.  When I saw the 3 little flowers for block one I immediately knew 3 little yo-yo's would be perfect.  They took just a few minutes to make.  Also instead of the raw edge fusible applique I decided to do mine as turned edge applique using freezer paper.  Jacquelynne has given us the freedom to use our blocks in any way we like.  Make sure you come back to see what I've cooked up for these blocks.



So are you ready to make your own little cutie?  You can get Block one, the fabric requirement and cutting instructions at Jacquelynne Steves The Art of Home Blog.  And visit the I Love Home Pinterest Board often for inspiration along the way.  When sharing your blocks on Social Media use the hashtag #ILoveHomeQuilt


Don't forget to stop by and see all the featured bloggers for color and design inspirations  as well as entering for a giveaway on each blog.  That's right, there's several chances to win some great prizes.  So visit each one of the bloggers below.


This months giveaway is one of the beautiful thread collections below.


To enter the giveaway leave a comment below telling me if you've ever used yo'yo's in a quilt.
GIVEAWAY ***CLOSED*** 
Giveaway rules
  • Leave a comment telling me if you've ever used yo-yo's in a quilt.
  • Giveaway is open to all
  • You must enter by 11:59 August 14, 2017
  • Make sure I have a way to contact you.  Leave your email in your comment just to be on the safe side.  I want everyone who comment so have a chance to win!
Thanks for stopping by and GOOD LUCK!

~ Lea Anne ~

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329 comments:

  1. I have never used yo-yo's on a quilt, but I have used them on bags and hair bows.
    susansewsstuff@gmail.com

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  2. I don't know if I have ever made a yo-yo. I have seen quilts made entirely of yo-yos and I think they are beautiful. I am so new to quilting, there is so much that I have not done. Just bear with me.

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  3. Oh my your block is so sweet. I have used yo-yo's on many things, but not on a quilt. Hmm will have to think about this..
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  4. hi, thanks so much for the chance to win, I have made yo-yo's before, but I never added them to any of my quilts

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  5. i love using yoyos, they make the cutest flowers.

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  6. I've never used yoyos in a quilt. Your block is beautiful. It looks 3-D and also like an iced cookie.

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  7. My granddaughter wanted a graduation quilt with a design from the movie "UP." I appliqued a house in the bottom third of the quilt, then appliqued over 200 yo-yo's to represent balloons on the upper two-thirds. What a job! She loved it! My e-mail is mgilbreath56@gmail.com

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  8. Not yet but who knows what I might do in the future

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  9. No I have not but getting ready to use a few for my needle turn quilt that I'm working on.

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  10. I have never used yo-yos in a quilt.

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  11. I haven't used yo-yo pieces in any of my quilts yet, but our quilt ministry received some vintage yo-yo blocks along with additional fabric that we hope to complete "one day soon."

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  12. I've. Ever used to-yo's...but I have a row by row that I'm getting ready to make that uses them...I love the way yours turned out!

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  13. I love yo-yos. They add wonderful texture. Great block interpretation.

    Juliequilt@hotmail.com

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  14. I used yo yos for flowers on my splendid sampler with pat sloan.

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  15. I love the way they give depth, but I have never gotten around to using them.

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  16. I am excited about learning to use yo-yos in this project!

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  17. I haven't used yo-yo's but I do have a tricky tool to make them.

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  18. Yes, I have use them on several projects including quilts. Your block is cute .

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  19. Yes, I have used in a granddaughter's quilt and she loved it! Thanks for this entry opportunity for Aurifil thread...I love their thread colors! Linda Hall, l.ahall92191@gmail.com

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  20. Never tried yet. I just mentally added it to my "to try" list
    yanicka@yanickaquilt.com

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  21. Your block is so sweet! I have not used yo-yos in a quilt before-not sure if I like them! Thank you, Susan

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  22. I've never used a yogi in a project. I've made a few but haven't as yet put them in a project. Your block is darling!

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  23. Once upon the long distance past I started a yo-yo quilt. After about a hundred I lost interest and lost the yo-yos. I have made them for hair decorations however. Yours are darling and what I would expect from you. Thanks.

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  24. I have never used yo-yos in a quilt but yours are so cute it makes me want to use them.

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  25. HI,I have never used yo-yos in a quilt but yours are so pretty! Need to try them!!! Thanks for sharing on your blog+this giveaway too! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  26. I have made a few yo-yo's but have not used them in a quilt. I love how your block turned out.

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  27. I haven't used them in a quilt, but it's one of my favorite types of quilt. I have an antique one. I've made an elephant and a wiener dog stuffed animals for my great-niece.
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  28. I've never used or done yo-yos in a quilt.
    sgsphotography@gmail.com

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  29. My Splendid Sampler quilt has ONE yo-yo and that's the extent of my yo yo usage.

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  30. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netAugust 7, 2017 at 1:10 PM

    I have never used a yo yo in a quilt, but they do make cute flowers in your quilt block.

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  31. I have used yo-yos on a quilt to create flowers in a basket.

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  32. I have used yo-yos in appliqued blocks - love them!
    peks1001 at yahoo dot com

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  33. I have never used yo-yo's in a quilt, and want to try it. Yours are adorable!

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  34. Yes, I have added yoyos to a couple of "art quilts". Your block is beautifully done. Something to aspire to, for sure.

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  35. I have never made yo-yos but these look adorable!

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  36. Yes I have used yoyos a couple of times. Most recently it was for a block in The Splendid Sampler.

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  37. When I was 10 (many many years ago), my aunt taught me how to make yoyos and I made a clown and and an octopus for my bed. I now use yoyos for quilting and flower headbands for granddaughter.

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  38. I have never used yo-yos in my quilting or anything else, but I would love to learn how.

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  39. I've never used yo-yos before.... always was waiting for the perfect project to try them. I love how you used them for the flowers. I may just have to do it with this BOM!! I love how your block turned out. Getting ready to raid my stash to get mine started. Leanne Carlson
    thequiltedstar@outlook.com

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  40. Actually I have not used a yo-yo in a quilt. Just not for me but super cute in your block.

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  41. I have never used them, but love the addition!

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  42. I have used yo yos in small wall quilts several times. Your house quilt is s pretty! Love the colors you used.

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  43. I have never used yo-yo's in my quilts. But, I am certainly not against them.☺

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  44. I have never used yo-yo's in a quilt. I am looking forward to trying my first one!! This is so much fun!!

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  45. Yes, I have and I love them! Your block is adorable! Can't wait to get started on mine.

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  46. Love your yo-yos. they are perfect for this project. thanks for a chance to win some Aurafil thread. Love this thread. Love the fabrics you choose. debbeson@shaw.ca

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  47. Yes, One of my Kim Diehl Simple What Knot's quilt's had mini yo-yo's all around the border of the quilt. There were a ton to make, but it looked so adorable when I was finished.

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  48. Never used yo yo's but yours are so cute on this block I may give them a try.

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  49. We used lots of yo-yo's on a group quilt made by my quilt guild--I really like your mini ones!barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  50. I've used yo yo's to decorate a bag but never in a quilt

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  51. I love making yo-yo's and use them on hats, purses but never on a quilt... will have to do that as I have a bunch made.

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  52. I have never used yo-yos in a quilt, but I have an antique yo-yo quilt from my mom.... I'm just starting to work on hexies, when I travel and will probably transfer to yo-yos when I've had my fill. I like doing things with my machine, but it is not feasible when travelling..

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  53. I never have used yo yo's but you have inspired me to do some on this quilt! I love the look of yo yo's but never took the opportunity to use them until now:) Your block is tooo cuuute:)

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  54. One of the first quilts I made had yo-yos of different sizes.I practiced those yo-yos everyday til I was happy with them.I think they fell out of favor until the interest in art quilts brought back the need for flowers to be made.Joanne Wood jwoodnc1@gmail.com

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  55. I helped my grandmother make a yoyo quilt. It's alot of work.

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  56. Your flowers look so pretty with the yo-yo's! I have never tried them, but when you mentioned that they are "quick" - you inspired me to try :)

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  57. No, I have never used yoyo's in a quilt but I love yours.

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  58. Hi! I've never used yoyo's in any project. Here's my email in case I should be lucky enough to win! heavenbound7860@gmail.com. thanks!

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  59. I haven't yet, however there is always a first time!

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  60. I have never made a yoyo I'm just getting started on the quilting journey.

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  61. I've made yo-yos, but I've never used them in quilts.

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  62. I have never made a successful yoyo; maybe sometime soon!

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  63. I've never attempted making a yo-yo. Maybe soon.

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  64. I have not used yo-yos in a quilt. In fact, I have never made a yo-yo. I have played with toy yo-yos though.

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  65. Looks like lots of us are missing out on the cuteness of yo-yos. Great idea. Looking forward to seeing all of the great ideas.
    Debbie Howell
    hunterdeb1@outlook.com

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  66. I have never used yo-yos in a quilt. They sure look adorable in this block.
    flgirl1987 AT yahoo DOT com

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  67. I have never used yo-yos, but I did buy a yo-yo maker a while back, so I might.

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  68. I've never used yo-yos, but I have a few I picked up at a yard sale. No way you've given me some inspiration to use them!

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  69. I've never used yo-yos in a quilt, but seem to remember using some on my daughters clothes when they were small.

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  70. I have never used yo-yos in a quilt.

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  71. I have never made yo-yo's. Love how you used them on this block! Think I'll have to try them!

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  72. I've never used yo yo's before and this looks like a great opportunity to learn. Like your blog too.

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  73. I have been making yo-yos for that perfect project but have yet to assemble them into it

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  74. I have not used yo yo's but willing to!
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  75. I haven't used yo yo's in my quilts but yours look so darn cute. And I love your fresh looking choice of colours.

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  76. What a beautiful block, my friend! I love this cute house and the pretty flowers! Kisses, my friend.

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  77. I always think I'll use one and then don't. Someday. Love your blocck.

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  78. Your block is soooooo cute!!! Love the yo-yo's!

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  79. I have never used yoyo's in a quilt but I love the way you used yours!!

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  80. I have not used yo yo's in a quilt but may try it after seeing your lovely block.

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  81. I made a few a couple of years ago that made their way into a wallhanging.

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  82. Your quilt block is so cute with the Yo Yo's. I have made yo yo's for other projects but have never used them in a quilt.

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  83. I love to use yo-yos. The cover up a world of sins.

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  84. I love your quilt block and I do have a quilt I am working on that has yoyo's.

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  85. Your yo-yos makes the quilt pop. We had made some yo-yos in church but could not think of uses for them. Your quilt gives us some ideas. LOL.
    gml448@yahoo.com

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  86. I love the yo-yo flowers in your block. I have just recently added yo-yo flowers to 2 quilts, the Row-by-Row Experience quilt I am making and my State Fair fabric challenge quilt. They added great detail to the quilts.

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  87. What a beautiful block, my friend! I love this cute house and the pretty flowers! Kisses, my friend.

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  88. I have never used yo yos in a quilt. I need to give it a try!

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  89. Hello, I have used yoyos in applique, always have loved them. Your block is super cute. Thanks for the chance to win. khatfield54@msn.com

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  90. I've never used them in a quilt. Have made plenty, though!

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  91. I haven't yet, but it's still a possible. Just haven't had the right incentive to use them on a quilt yet. Cathy at meladycat2000@yahoo.com

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  92. Using yoyos on a quilt is one of "to do" projects

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  93. Very cute block! Glad to find you. Blog hops are so fun!

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  94. I have used yo-yo's in many different craft projects but I would have to say making 4360 yo-yo's for a quilt would have to be my biggest project. I just love the quilt. I have it on a black iron bed in our spare bedroom. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  95. I used yoyos in a quilt I created for a guild challenge quilt a few years ago. They are fun and easy to make. I love your idea on your quilt block. Thanks for the opportunity to win some Aurifil thread! I love this thread. Deb at dkienow73@charter.net

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  96. I've used yoyos to embellish several Quilts and on the edges of table runners. Such fun!

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  97. No, I have never used yo yos in a quilt.

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  98. I've made yoyos before but I haven't used any in a quilt yet. I love your idea for this block!
    cathylouwilson@gmail.com

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  99. Your block is delightful! I've used yoyos on pouches before, but not on quilts. Thanks for the great idea!

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  100. I made 20 + little yo-yos for a Kim Diehl mini quilt.

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  101. Nope. I have never used yoyos in a quilt. I've never ever made a yoyo.
    When I win (!) please notify me at pamhotle@hotmail.com

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  102. I made one Yoyo during the Splendid Sampler QAL and that is it! LOL Thanks for the chance to win.

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  103. block looks great, got my fabric out to start cutting last night and decided I did not like what I had picked so back to the drawing board for more thought. No not done yo yos yet but maybe will use one on this quilt block which means embroidery with yo yos

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  104. I am just finishing a yo yo quilt at the moment

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  105. I know I have made them. I have used them for other things like art pictures, but I haven't used them in a large quilt. I love your block! It is so cute with the yo-yo's and the leaves on your flowers have so much dimension! Very adorable. K- lkw2x6-apq@yahoo.com

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  106. I have never used yours. Love the way you have utilised them in this block

    lindabishop@vodafone.co.nz

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  107. I have never so much as made a yoyo, let alone used one in a quilt, obviously I have much to learn! Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail dot com

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  108. love them, but havent used yoyos in any quilts yet

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  109. I've never used a yo yo in a quilt...love your fabric choices:)

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  110. Yes, I've used yo-yo's before, and I love your idea of using them for the flowers! I'm going to have to do the same! :-) Hugs, H in Healdsburg

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  111. Love yo-yos . Great with a pretty button on top and maybe a felt leaf behind!

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  112. I have never used yoyos in a quilt .

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  113. I made a quilt of different basket designs and used yo-yos for the flowers on one of the blocks.

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  115. I love the twist you've added, it really gives a nice pop to the design. I have never used yo yo's in a quilt.

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  116. I love your flowers made with yoyos! I have never used yoyos on a quilt. In fact, I have never made a yoyo! Think I better try!

    ppkanode@yahoo.com

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  117. I have used yoyo's once before in a quilt that I made for my granddaughter when she started school. They were for flowers also. Love your first block. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  118. Hello everyone. My name is Jackson Watkins @ jacksonw@etcmail.com. I have never used Yo-Yo's before, but have tried many other hand techniques such as hexagons and paper piecing. I need to add Yo-Yo's to my "to-do list" for sure. Your block has given me great inspiring and vision on how/where to use them. Good luck to all! Thanks.

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  119. Never used Yo-Yo's in a quilt, but they do make cute flowers.

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  120. Yes, I have used yo-yos in a quilt. It was a wallhanging for a friend and I think she still displays it.

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  121. Huge yo-yo fan for embellishment. Can't imagine making the thousand for a whole quilt...

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  122. Hi! I prefer doing it by hand applique because I can do it in all the places I go. In the car, in the train, in my free time... and I feel more satisfied with myself.
    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  123. Does wanting to use yo-yos in a quilt count ?? :) I would like to use them but have not actually done so yet. I love your little yo-yo flowers though !

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  124. I've never used yoyos in a quilt, but I really want to now that I've seen how cute yours look

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  125. I have never used them, but I think they are so whimsical.

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  126. I have never used yo-yo's on a quilt YET but they are so versatile I do love them.

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  127. Hi Lee Anne,
    I have used yo-yos in a quit. I made a flag quilt comprised mostly of yo-yos and it is hanging over my fireplace from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Your house block is so cute - it looks very friendly and a place I would want to visit. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  128. I've never used yo-yo's on a bed quilt, but I have used them on runners & wall-hangings.

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  129. Seeing your yo-yo's on your block makes me think I really need to do the same! They are adorable and add so much punch! I have made a design on a sweatshirt years ago using yo-yo's and I got hooked on making them!

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  130. I haven't used yoyos or really any embellishment!

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  131. I've never used yo-yo's in a quilt, but I've made some.

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  132. I am working on a yo-yo table runner but that is the largest yo-yo project I've done so far. Love them.

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    1. I have used them but wish I'd think of them more often. Your use of them is adorable. Caltexgal@aol.com

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  133. I have never used nor made a yo yo before. Although I bought a template which is said to help me. I love how yours were used. It has inspired me to sit and make some, for my applique projects.

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  134. I helped make yo yo's for a friend...but have never made a quilt with them. Your block is Awesome!! Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too :)

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  135. Learned how to make yo yo's at a guild activity day, then used several on a small wall hanging. Thanks for a chance to win your giveaway.
    Dixie dixie.mcadam@gmail.com

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  136. This is such a sweet QAL! I used yo-yo's once, for a round Robin border with mice. They were so cute, I saved the fabrics somewhere in my ufo/project heap..

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  137. This is such a sweet QAL! I used yo-yo's once, for a round Robin border with mice. They were so cute, I saved the fabrics somewhere in my ufo/project heap..

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  138. I have used yo-yos in an applique quilt, but only a few as berries. They're very cute!

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  139. The yo-yos are a great touch. I have never used them in a quilt. In fact, I have never made them at all. Something to add to my list of things to try.

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  140. Oh do I ever use yo-yos in quilts. In fact, I use them on bags, totes and whatever screams for a yo-yo. By the way, your block is adorable!

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  141. I am in the process of making a quilt that has yo-yo's on it, but it isn't finished as yet. I have one on my bucket list that is all yo-yo's. Someday..... ndfromsdATgmailDOTcom

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  142. Although I have made yo-yos before, I have never used them in a quilt. lindamcelwain@hotmail.com

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  143. I love your idea for yo yos. I think I will use them for flowers.

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  144. Love the cute little house! I have never used yo yos in a quilt. ckrutjo at g mail dot com

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  145. I've never used yo yos in a quilt, only in a lovely "hippie" vest in the very early 70's. Oh, those were the days, my friend! But I LOVE your idea of yo yo flowers....think I'll give it a go.

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  146. I have never used yo yos on a quilt, but they do look adorable! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  147. I have never used yo yo's in a quilt. I have a very good friend who made me a Grandmother's flower garden table mat with tiny yo yo's. I framed it with glass on front and back.

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  148. I've made yoyos, but they haven't make themselves into a quilt yet.

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  149. I've used yo yo's on little quilts and they are so cute on your block. Recently I taught my twin granddaughters how to make yo yo's and they love them. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  150. Your block is adorable. I love your yoyo flowers and hearts. :)
    I'm putting yoyos into a UFO quilt right now. (sort of...it's a UFO), and I have used them as accents in other projects before. Remember yoyo dolls?
    This is my first time here, and I just want to say a huge thank you for all the tutorials and free patterns. You are so generous, Le Anne!

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  151. I've never used yo-yos in a quilt, but we used to make them to string together to make toys when I was a kid.

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  152. I have used yo-yos! I made a basket block for a BOM and used several yo-yos to fill my basket!! Thanks for sharing the great giveaway.

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  153. I have not used yo-yo's, but they certainly add just the right touch. lutzcats (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  154. #ILoveHomeQuilt quiltlovefordomesticfelicity(at)gmail(dot)com I've never placed one in a quilt before!!!! I've been wanting to, even bought a silly little maker before I knew how to make them without one! But yes...Love your idea!

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  155. No I haven't done yoyo's yet should be fun

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  156. Me gusta mucho su trabajo!!! Gracias por compartir!

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  157. No never! Or should I say 'not yet'!

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  158. I haven't used yo-yos in a quilt yet.

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  159. I'd like to use your block in a quilt, it's so perfect! I have not used yoyo's in a large quilt, but have a twelve inch mini on one of those small hangers and it has yoyo's. And I've used them in other items.

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  160. I have used them several times and after seeing yours think I will use on this one as well.

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  161. Christmas card yo yos, but not on a quilt.

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  162. No I have not made any yo-yo's yet but at some point as I finish working on my splendid sampler I'll get to it.

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  163. Many years ago when vests were popular I used yo-yo's in my garden theme vest. Love how you incorporated them into your block!

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  164. Many years ago when vests were popular I used yo-yo's in my garden theme vest. Love how you incorporated them into your block!

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  165. I have made yoyo but never used them in a quilt but I love your idea with this block

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  166. No. I've never made any yo-yos. I'm actually a little intimidated by them.

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  167. I've never used yo-yos in a quilt but I have about 30 made ready to use - lol.

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  168. How cute is your block!!! Love the yo-yos! I have never made any! But your's are so cute, I may have to try!

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  169. Yes, I like using yoyos in fabric pictures and also on potholders and appliqued Christmas stockings. They are fun and add another dimension.

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  170. I have made yo-yo's before but never in a quilt. dquilterguy48329 (at) prodigy (dot) net .

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  171. Привет! Очень красиво! Я никогда не делала yo'yo's

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  172. I have never used them but may in this block.

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  173. Have never used yo-yos in a quilt.

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  174. Have never used yo-yos in a quilt.

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  175. I first learned to make yo-yos from my Aunt Ann who showed me how to make yo-yo dolls. And then I made yo-yo toys for my own children. I used yo-yos on one of my very first quilts to cover my lack of knowledge and skill by sewing them over the pinwheel intersections that did not intersect well.
    Anita at perhapstoday.com

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  176. I have never used yo-yos in a quilt. My little son saw a yo-yo quilt once and asked "How would that keep you warm?"

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  177. I love your quilt with the yo-yo's. I have used them in a few quilts and I just may use them in this quilt.Thanks for the idea.
    Robinsnest1985@cox.net

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  178. I think I have used one or two yo-yos on a quilt. A couple years ago, a friend called asking if I could make a yo-yo quilt for a lady at her church who had always wanted one. The lady's birthday was the following Saturday . . . could I make one to give her then? It was Tuesday . . .

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  179. No yo yos no yo yos for me but yours are adorable 💕

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  180. I have not, but I'm always game to try something new!

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  181. I adore making yo yo's. But if I'm being honest, I never have used them for anything :)

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  182. I haven't used yo yos in a quilt but I have made yoyo dolls and ornaments.

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  183. Nope, never have. But what a fun idea. Thanks.
    blondecajunyankee@hotmail.com

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  184. I've never used yo-yo's, but after seeing your cute flowers, I have to try them out!

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  185. I have never used yo-yo's, but I think it would be fun to try. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  186. I have never, but you tempt me. Your block reminds me of a fancy, homemade valentine.

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  187. Hi, no I've never made yo-yos before, but there is always a first time!
    I just love your block with the choice of fabrics. It so sweet and is really opening my eyes to possibilities. thank you.

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  188. I have used "several" yo-yo's in the past. I once made a "Game Quilt" for my oldest grandson and for the game pieces yo-yo's were used. I have since used them every once in a great while! Thank you

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  189. I made a clown as a kid with yo yo's and still have it. I have used them in appliqué on several quilts.

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  190. I have never worked with yo-yo's. Yours are super cute! Thanks for the chance to win! sarah123quilt {AT} gmail [dot] c o m

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