Lynette-Anderson

#quiltwithlove with Lynette Anderson

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Lynette Anderson got into quilting when she worked on her baby quilt for her first born. She has the quilt still and used it as an inspiration for her new pattern, which will be available on her website soon. She has recently reworked her design to incorporate fabrics from her fabrics lines with RJR; Bread and Butter and Pocket Full of Daisies. I love the crib size baby quilt, the stitchery is lovely.

SKU’s used are: Floral 2002-003, Stripe 2007-001, and Grey 2407-001.

first love quilt

Share with us your first quilt design and #quilwithlove story to be entered in to win a fat quarter bundle of some of her Bread and Butter collection.

Second entry is if you sign-up for Lynette Anderson’s newsletter and leave a comment here.

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    Connie Cain

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    Have only finished one baby quilt so far. It was for my granddaughter. Started it befor she was born and it only took me a year to get it finished. lol 🙂
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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    Connie Cain

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    I signed up for Lynette’s newsletter. 🙂
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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    Pam

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    My first quilt design was nothing but rows of 5 inch squares – not much of a design :). Thanks for the chance to win Bread and Butter!

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    Pam

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    I signed up for Lynette’s newsletter. Thanks!

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    Jenelle Boxberger

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    #quilwithlove My first quilt was a very simple learn as I go baby quilt just rows of 6 inch squares. I had a new embroidery machine, so I used Winnie The Pooh designs on some of the squares. This was suppose to be for my first grand child, but sadly she came early and only lived a few minutes. But her mother (my daughter) still cherishes that quilt yet today after having it for 12 years. Love the baby quilt on display on this blog. Thanks for adding my name to the drawing.

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    Jenelle Boxberger

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    #quilwithlove I signed up for Lynette’s newsletter and looking forward to reading them. Thanks again.

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    kathy pfaltzgraff

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    My first quilt was several 4″ squares sewn together to cover a piano bench pad. Then I was corned into a class with our local guild and been going since. The baby quilt is real cute, love how the tumbling boxes are so subtle. And I would be glad to have a chance at Lynette’s newsletter and I have signed up for it also. Kathy in Colo

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    Linda

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    Subscribed to Lynettes newsletter.

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    Linda

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    #quiltwithlove My first quilt was a little multiple colored scrap squares baby doll quilt! I remember pouring over that little project so it would be nice for my dolly. I’m sure the stitches were awful but I loved doing! Thanks to you for sharing a really neat Giveaway!

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    anna brown

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    #quiltwithlove…………My first quilt was a bears paw and i made it with kids cloths and second hand fabric cloths…Then i mailed it to my mom to hand quilt it…lol She told me next time hun use a quarter of an inch for seams…..I still have love my quilt…..happyness04431@yahoo.com

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    Margaret

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    I was going to say that my 1st quilt design was an Irish Chain, which I sewed in my first How to Quilt class about 5 years ago, but then I remembered that I designed a quilt for my daughter quite a long time ago. As I recall, the design was of 2 Joan Walsh Anglund girls standing together. Of course, I didn’t know anything about quilting then, but I think the quilt came out nicely, and my daughter loved it. Thanks for the opportunity to win some of Lynette Anderson’s fabric. I find her style so engaging.

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    Margaret

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    I just subscribed to Lynette’s newsletter, and I am going to go right back to that site now, and read some previous newsletters. They look very interesting and fun.

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