Friday, February 15, 2013

Kiss, Kiss, Love

I'm posting this from the midst of a slight chocolate hangover...February 15 should probably be an all-salad-all-the-time kind of day! Especially if in addition to too much chocolate, you also had homemade cannellonis filled with sausage, butternut squash, spinach and ricotta, and topped with a sage cream sauce. Yum! 

So on to the Hugs and Kisses Blog Hop, with thanks to Madame Samm of Sew We Quilt and Jane from Jane's Fabric and Quilts, our cheerleader. 

I designed my project with Valentine's Day in mind, but even with bright pink rick rack and prints like I chose, you can use it well beyond cupid's holiday. *Don't miss my giveaway at the bottom of this post.*


It's a Tic Tac Toe (or if you like, Kiss, Kiss, Love) board.


I originally made the board with Xs and Os, but then decided to try out heart shapes instead of the Os, just for fun.



Do you want to be hearts or Xs? First one to get three in a row wins! :)

I included a double pocket on the back to store the game pieces.

If you'd like to make your own tic tac toe board, you can find the tutorial here on my blog or here as a pdf.


Now for the giveaway. 
 As a thank you for stopping by, leave me a comment telling me what quilting/sewing project you're working on and I'll randomly select someone to win these five fat quarters. If you don't follow me, I'd love for you to do so, but it's not required. The giveaway is open through February 19th at 11:59 PM EST. Good luck!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 
Be sure to check out the creative projects from the rest of today's bloggers! It's one last day of Valentine-y goodness!

p.s. I have to throw another two hugs-and-kisses themed photos in here of older projects.
First, my version of Tula Pink's LOVE quilt. Read more about it here.


Second, a small "lovey" made for my guild's charity project, which uses X and O blocks.  Read more about it here.

131 comments:

  1. Hi from Oz! I'm working on the last block of the Something New Sampler and then I have to work out just how I'm going to put them all together as they're an unusual size for a sampler - 7.5 x 14.5". I like a challenge!

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  2. What a cute project, love that you shared the love and the PDF!!!! Have granddaughters that will love this.... Hearts are the best!!! Way cuter than O's!!! Maybe I can get one made for car trips this weekend!!! Hugs to you!!

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  3. Thanks for sharing, I'm working on a Heart Bargello quilt so maybe it will be done for next Valentine's Day.

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  4. Love your creations! Thanks for sharing and for a lovely giveaway.

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  5. I'm about to start a quilt for my mom's birthday! carrie dot hare at gmail dot com

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  6. What a great way to play Love & Kisses! I am working on a St. Patty's table topper. Thank you for the great giveaway and the PDF.

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  7. Love the hearts on your Kiss Kiss Love board! So fun and creative! I'm working to finish a baby quilt before the shower on Feb 23! Time to get stitching! Thank you for sharing!

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  8. I love the Kiss, Kiss Love Board! Your are a very talented person. Thanks for sharing your creations with us today.

    What am I working on right now? Do I only have to mention one? :-) I am finishing up my second Zen Garden by Little Louise Designs and ripping out my border pieces for Judy Niemeyer's Stepping Stones. (I wasn't pleased with how it blended so rather than finish it and always feel disappointed, I'm taking it apart and changing the fabrics.

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  9. Oh such a cut project! Lovely! Thanks for providing the tuto too! At the moment I am stitching on my walking in a winter wonderland quilt. Love those snowmen!

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  10. so many great projects.
    wonderful

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  11. Really cute and fun, I am working on a bedspread for our bedroom, finished the matching cushions yesterday!

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  12. Your projects are lovely.
    I'm working on Zinna Basket by Kim Diehl.

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  13. What great projects! I love the tic-tac-toe. I have several things going at the moment. Two knight quilts (one for my son, one for my niece) a wall hanging and a star quilt--my first truly pieced quilt.

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  14. Você acaba de provar que criatividade não tem limites mesmo,adorei.
    Estou fazendo algumas flores da avó para presentear uma blogueira amiga,penso que que 80 flores dará um belo corredor de tabela.Obrigada, éuma oferta generosa

    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  15. FUN! Tic tac Toe was one of my favorite childhood games...thanks for the rush of memories. I'm going to make one of these very soon! Maybe even later today...nothing like working on a new project when I need to take a break from hand quilting...energizing! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. what a delightful idea....love it...love tic tac toe...brings many lovely memories now even more

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  17. I love your project. Such a great idea. I am working on another rag rug.

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  18. The tic tac toe game was so cute. Something to remember to do for my granddaughter. I am currently working on getting my quilting area revamped. A new sewing desk is causing a major re-do. Can't wait to finish and get back to sewing. So many projects I want to work on.

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  19. Cute project! For me I'm still working on a christmas quilt from last year...Yikes!

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  20. Super cute projects. I am a new follower I just came over from the pellon site. The current project I am working on is a scrappy trip along quilt and attempting to organize a bunch of my fabric scraps & remnants. Happy Valentines to you as well. Hope it was filled with love, family, freinds, & fabric.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  21. I just finished a tote bag and zip pouch for my sister, who wanted bags with owls on them. Next I will be quilting a top that I pieced recently from fabrics that were in my stash for many years before I figured out what to do with them. Your projects are so cute, thanks for sharing!

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  22. I love your tic-tac-toe game board. I even love the hearts....Thanks for sharing...Judith, Texas

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  23. Cute game board...love the storage pockets on the back! I'm working on upcoming blog hop projects. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway!

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  24. Cute game board. I am working on a couple of small quilts for Christmas presents next year.

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  25. wonderful projects. right now I am working on preping a paper piece project for quilting this weekend. (http://karmawillowdesigns.blogspot.com/2013/02/where-did-week-go.html) I'm also working on a tshirt quilt for my hubby and several charity quilts for the seniors in out community thought my guild. So glad it's Friday so I can really get to work at what I love.

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  26. Great projects - your 'love' quilt is stunning!
    At the moment I'm making Keyka Lou's 'pleated pouches'
    Thanks for a fabulous giveaway!

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  27. Love the tic tac toe board. I know just who it would have been a wonderful gift for! Next year!! :-)

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  28. I do follow you.....thanks for the giveawy! I just love your project.

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  29. What a REALLY cute idea! Love it! I'm working on Eleanor Burns' Egg Money quilt for my mom for her 80th birthday.

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  30. Really nice projects. My grand daughter would love the X and O game. She plays it all the time on paper. Thanks for having a give away.

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  31. Love the Tic Tac Toe piece! That would be something my granddaughters could take in the car on long trips.

    Love that giveaway fabric! Please add my name to the draw... and I am like you, I do not make it a rule to be a follower... cause if they only follow to be in the giveaway, then are they really following you?

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  32. What a cute tic tac toe board! The hearts are a great substitution. I follow you.

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  33. Tic Tac Toe piece is great. I'm working on some small winter pieces at the moment.

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  34. The game board is a great idea.....very cute. Great job.

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  35. Wonderful projects.Your Tic Tac board caught my eye!!
    I`m working on sevearal projects,this week I`m playing with dear jane blocks and one QAL block.
    I do follow.Thanks for the giveaway.

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  36. I'm working on a scrappy trip around the world. Love the game! Perfect when there are young ones around!

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  37. I do follow you, Ellie! I love your little Tic-Tac-Toe board! Adorable!

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  38. I love your tic tac toe board. I am going to have to make one for my grandkids! Presently I am working on clutches of all sizes and shapes!They are so addictive! I sure could use your fat quarters to help my addiction!

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  39. What a cute idea!! I'm working on two of course! I'm working during the day on a quilt for my mom called Vintage tin. Then at night when I sit down I'm working on hand stitching called Bejeweled Wedding Ring.

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  40. Cute tic-tac-toe and lovely quilts. I am working on 2 embroidered quilts and several mug rugs for the next 2 hops of course!

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  41. Tic-tac-toe....soooo fun. I am working on a Modern Quilt Guild Challenge using Madrona fabrics.

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  42. LOve the tic tac toe board. I think I'll have to make one for the grandkids. I'm working on projects for our school auction next month.
    tvbart@charter.net

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  43. What a fun project. I'm just off to layer up a Dresden Plate wall hanging.

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  44. Love this- what a great gift for kids! Am working on the It's all about me blog hop!

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  45. That's adorable! I love how the X's are showing up so bright. I am working on a Hexie project & various other traditional quilt blocks. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. Perfect game for February and adaptable for other holidays.

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  47. Very beautiful projects. I am working on a pieced and a applique quilt (depending on my mood).

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  48. I am going to download the tic tac toe pattern now. Thank you so much for the pattern. It is really cute and I know my great newphew will enjoy playing with is. I am a follower and have enjoyed the Hugs and Kisses blog hop so much. So many wonderful ideas for making table toppers, mug rugs and quilts. I have a birthday coming this weekend and would love to make something for me. Thank you for the chance to win.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  49. a fun game quilt to make..I have a 6 year old gd...this could be a great gift for her in a Christmas themed version..thanks for the inspiration

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  50. So creative and lovely projects. Thanks for sharing with us from Judy C in NC

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  51. This is a great project! I wish you had been first on the hop--I would have made them for my grandchildren for Valentine's Day. Lovely work. Thanks for sharing the site for the tutorial, also.

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  52. What a neat project! This would be fun to make for the grandchildren! Your Love quilt is awesome, thanks for sharing!

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  53. Love that tic-tac-toe game! My grandsons would love it (if I made it a little boyish and not so pink.) Thanks for sharing your fun projects!

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  54. What a cute idea, great for travel time too!
    Thank you for the chance :)

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  55. Great projects.I just downloaded the PDF of Tic Tac Toe. When I make this the grandkids will love it. Right now I am finishing up a Block of the Month called Vintage Kansas City Star. Need to get the backing done and send it to the quilters.I am a follower.

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  56. Thanks so much I really enjoyed the tic tac toe. Very clever. I am working on a bunny quilt. Can't wait to finish.

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  57. I am working on a starburst QAL. I struggle with getting things squared up. :(

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  58. Great project. I'm not working on anything right now, but this hop sure has been inspiring. I am a happy follower of you. thanks for sharing.

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  59. I am an infrequent quilter, but I am big on repurposing and recycling, so fat quarters work great for my projects. Currently I have been making casserole carriers, from placemats and using vintage elements to make book covers...hoping to stock my etsy shop soon. Love your blog, and you are one prolific quilter! I had alot of fun joining this hop...thanks for the giveaway opp!.

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  60. Cute game, what a great idea. I am working on my applique forest galorest BOM quilt. 2 months left and I am only 1 month behind. Thanks.

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  61. Yesterday, I started cutting the material for a quilt for our king size bed. I had been putting it off because I have never done anything larger than a twin plus I kept changing my mind about design(the material is an African animal fabric that is more than 10+ years old). I'm also working on some BOM's that are paper piecing which is new for me this year and is addicting. Thanks for the chance at the great giveaway.
    thelady at hotmail.com

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  62. Hi!!! Love the kiss kiss hug game and pocket for the pieces!!! Great Idea!! Love your Tula Pinks Quilt!!! Your charity Quilt is beautiful!!! I am working on some BOMs!!! Thanks for the fun!!!

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  63. Cute! I'm working on BOM's along with Blog Hop projects.

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  64. I will HAVE to make this cute little Kiss Kiss Board in different themes for my Grandpeeps. Great idea especially the little pocket on the back to keep the X'x and O's.

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  65. You have a great gift! Thank you for sharing.
    Currently, I'm working on making a quilt out of a Dresden Plate quilt top my Grandmother made in the 1930s. At this time I am hand quilting it. Been 3 months and on square 5 of 16. Got a LONG way to go.
    campbellamyd at gmail dot com

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  66. I'm working on quilting and binding a baby quilt for a friend. Love your fun game project.

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  67. I'm working on a cery large landscape, stretching my design abilities.
    Phyllis

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  68. I love the kiss, kiss, hug game. My grandson loved to play this game when he was little. Of course, he always won. Lol.
    I love your quilts,too. Thank you for sharing.
    I am working on what I call my "take apart Quilt". I sew and then I have to take out. It is actually a Double Wedding Ring, but I have never made one before, so I am having trouble getting it together. I don't have any clear instructions on how to put it together and there lies my trouble.

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  69. Your tic tac toe game/quilt is great, especially adding the hearts! I know I would chose the hearts! I am currently working on a Dresden Plate quilt and another quilt that involves partial seams and snowball blocks. Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

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  70. Your tic tac toe game/quilt is great, especially adding the hearts! I know I would chose the hearts! I am currently working on a Dresden Plate quilt and another quilt that involves partial seams and snowball blocks. Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

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  71. Thanks for the tic tac toe tutorial. I'm working on a baby quilt for my second cousin's first baby. Thanks for the chance tow in.

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  72. Love the Kiss Kiss Love project. Perfect for traveling to keep the kids busy for a minute.

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  73. I like the project!! So cute..Right now I am trying to make a quilt out of the last McCalls magazine. The directions are very easy so I hope I finish it this weekend. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric. bpfrimmer@yahoo.com

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  74. I am working on some Lone Starburst Blocks for a 3x6 bee! And I follow you!
    lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  75. What a cute tic tac toe board!!! You are very clever. Thank you for sharing and for the chance to win some beautiful fabric.

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  76. What a cute idea. This tic tac toe board can be used all year round. It would keep children entertained in the car for hours. Oh, maybe not. My children are much older and not of the techo age. I don't know if hours would work now or not. The colors are certainly appealing, too. You are very creative. I looked at some more of your blog and you have other creative ideas that fit with the theme. I want to look around more on your blog. Thanks for participating and being generous with your giveaway.

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  77. Such a wonderful idea with the tac toe board. You are very creative. Thanks for sharing

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  78. Clever idea for the tic tac toe with hearts!

    What am I working on? Well, I am participating in the "It's All About Me" blog hop that is starting next week. My piece is sewn but needs some buttons and beads to embellish it. That won't take too long so I will probably do some button hole applique on a Halloween piece that has been set aside for months while I still have the machine out that has the best BHA stitch on it.

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  79. Cute! I'm putting the binding on a baby quilt. I made 9-patches for the border of a panel. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. love the hearts instead of the "O's", great job!!!!! I'm currently working on a rail fence quilt and a t-shirt quilt. :)

    Thanks for the chance!!!!!!

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  81. Super cute Ellie, luv the tic tac toe mini. Great job, thanks for the inspiration!! I'm working on a couple UFO's and finishing up the binding on Veteran quilt to go to our local Vet's Hospital. Also working on my Nancy Drew blog hop project and should soon be thinking about the Stitch Me Up blog hop project...coming up with a few ideas. Happy stitching, Pauline

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  82. First off I would love to have that Cannelloni recipe....it sounds wonderful....I love the tic tax toe set would be such fun to play with.....

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  83. You need to post the cannelloni recipe!
    I don't have the chocolate hangover as I usually do but then the chocolate was 1/2 price today so am almost comatose today:) haha!!!
    Will definetly be making one of these for the gdaughter next year! Thanks!!!!

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  84. Rosemary B here:
    Happy day after.... haha
    I love this cute tick tack toe gave. Adorable! and your other projects are marvelous too: the love quilt is pretty and the X O quilt is very cute too.

    Right now what am I working on.... well. several things, but focusing like a laser on the "Biased/ All about Me" blog hop project. Oh yeah, I have to finish that!
    I am already following and thank you for the give away and opportunity to win
    Thank you for sharing today

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  85. Very cute! My granddaughters would love this. Thank you for sharing your projects and the giveaway. I'm working on a challenge quilt for my guild right now.

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  86. Such cute projects and thanks for the tutorial!

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  87. Oh what a cute idea! My grandchildren would love it. Thanks for the link and sharing your projects today.

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  88. So adorable...love the tictactoe love game!
    I am working on finishing some quilts to donate to a fundraiser for my brother. I have one more week to finish them...yikes!

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  89. Cute heart projects. Great idea to have the storage on the back of the cute tic, tac, toe. Right now I am working on some burb cloths for my daughter's baby shower and when i am done with that, i want to make my sewing machine a cute cover. IT has been waiting its turn for years!

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  90. The colors on your tic-tac-toe board are really eye-popping. I thought it was a cute idea so I saved the tutorial with a view to possibly making something similar for some nieces and nephews or friends. :-) Thanks for posting it.

    I'm working on a wonky log cabin quilt for a friend's baby. I should be working on it right now, in fact. Ahem! Unfortunately, reading about other people's neat projects is easier than getting my own done. haha :-)

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  91. Your tick-tack-toe game is very clever! I loved it! It would be a great car game for road trips with kids. This weekend I am working on bee blocks, and I am going to try really hard to get my island chain cut out and the piecing started. Wish me luck!

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  92. Great project. I loved tic-tac-toe as a child. i am currently working on a machine embroidered wall hanging that will be about 5 feet square when I'm done. it's mammoth.... thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on the draw.
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  93. Love the tic-tac-toe design. You did a fantastic job. Currently I'm working on finishing up some UFOs I had...2 quilts and a wall hanging. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  94. I'm working on felt embroidered art pieces for our local Artists Against Aids show coming up. Most are with a dog theme since people LOVE dogs!

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  95. I am hand quilting a very large quilt for a friend. Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

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  96. I love the Tic Tac Toe game. Quilters have such fantastic imaginations!
    I'm working on a baby quilt for my daughter, who is expecting her first baby.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  97. Love your project! I currently am finishing up "Betsy's Closet" by Little Acorns. It was a fun hand embroidery project (9 blocks). I keep hoping for a little granddaughter. (I have 6 grandsons) Thanks for sharing with us.

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  98. So cute! I love that wide ric rac! blessings, marlene

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  99. I'm working on a girl top :)
    Love all your projects!

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  100. Hello :-)
    I have a couple of quilts on the go. One New York Beauty quilt and a Friendship Braid quilt.
    Your X's and O's is so sweet.

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  101. My quilting projects are on hold because today I pleated fabric to start smocking 2 Easter dresses for my granddaughters.
    I love your Valentine Tic Tac toe game.

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  102. I love the adaptation of your tic tac toe board! Awesome!

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  103. Soooo.... love your hearts and x game! One of my favorite games. Very creative.

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  104. Hi there! I am working on a civil war thimble table runner! awolk at rogers dot com

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  105. Fun Hugs and Kisses Tic tac Toe!! LOVE IT! and that Love quilt is adorable!!! Thanks for inspiring!!!

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  106. Your Tic Tac Toe board is soooo cute - I love it! And the LOVE quilt is so beautiful - thank you for sharing :)
    (oh, and I'm working on an Emerald challenge quilt,heat bags, working on getting a queen quilt boxed and shipped to the long-armer, mug rugs... list goes on! lol!)

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  107. Beautiful projects -- I LOVE your tic tac toe, such a clever idea! As to sewing projects, I just today finished my sister's Christmas scarf -- now I am working on my 'all about me' project (which is going off course as we speak, lol), and a baby tote, and a quilt top for one of my Grands.

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  108. Unfortunately, I still don't have my sewing room stuff moved over to my new residence, so my project I am working on is a kumihimo cording that I am working on to keep my fingers happily making SOMETHING!!! Anything!

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  109. The tic-tac-toe quilt is such a cute project! I'm working on a baby quilt called Up, Up and Away which has hot air balloons on it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  110. I have several in progress but on the quilting front I'm still making units for the Bonnie Hunter mystery, Easy Street, and finishing off a test block for my month in an online bee.

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  111. This is such a fun, cute little projects. Hearts instead of Os was perfect and I loved that you added a pocket for saving the pieces. Happy belated V Day!

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  112. I have been doing some embroidery on towels to use for gifts. I just made my dh a mug rug for Valentines Day. Always something in the cue!

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  113. To be quite honest, I have not been doing any sewing for the past week. I am expecting guests, that will be staying in my sewing room, so I have been cleaning up. Folding fabric is very time consuming, but it has been fun stroking my lovely fabrics! Some women collect shoes...I collect fabric! I have added the tic tac toe project to my list of things to do! Thanks for participating!

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  114. What a great project for the kids to take in the car or anywhere. I am working on my Nancy Drew project for next month. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  115. What a fun project! I love that you used Xs and hearts but O's would work too. I love quilting games and have made several checkerboards, both portable and giant floor size. I have a quilt on my wall I need to put together but I've been busy with small fun projects. I need to get that quilt finished.

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  116. What a clever project! I love that you used hearts for the O's!

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  117. I am finishing up a quilt for my baby boy but the tic tac toe game might need to go on my to do list!

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  118. What a novel idea! I just bet my grand kid's would love to have this game. Perfect for when they are traveling by car. What am I not working on? I am quilting my Uncle Sam wall hanging which has to be finished & turned into a competition by the 27th and have about 5 different BOM stitchery's in progress. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful projects. Going to go and sign up for your email list.

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  119. Very cute! I just finished an ocean waves quilt for Project Linus. I am starting on a star quilt made with diamonds that turn into hexagons when the star is sewn together and the diamonds are added around the star. It is a bit tricky on the machine. I have made 3 and I think the 2nd one is the best. It is hard to get the points all to lay nicely in the middle.

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  120. Fantastic, what a great quite game for the kids to play on long road trips, will definitely need to give this a go! I'm working on Tula Pinks Anchors Aweigh quilt and several other smaller things.

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  121. I love your color choices in your projects! So cheerful! I'm working on a quilt for my granddaughter and want to make it just pop with color. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  122. What a clever project! If you don't mind, I'd like to copy your idea and make one (or two) for my son's class... they love playing games! I am working on finishing up a wall hanging for his classroom!

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  123. Love your projects. I'm working on a delectable mountains. Hope I win.

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  124. What a perfect project for this hop! The pockets on the back are clincher for me :) I'm saving this as a gift idea for nieces & nephews. Thanks so much for sharing! Right now I'm desperately trying to learn to hand piece, but every time I think I get going, something happens. I've had to re-start from scratch (cutting out new pieces) twice now since my sewing kit keeps going missing...

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  125. I am handquilting a lap quilt that I started 2 years ago for my husband's 60th birthday... hoping to get it finished soon! The funny thing is that I discovered the name of the block pattern is called Broken Dishes!! He teases me from time to time about breaking our dishes!! lol

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  126. What a fun post! My grandchildren would love the hearts and kisses game.

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  127. This is so cute. Looks like a fun project to make. I like your fabric choice. I am working on a retirement quilt for the boss at work.

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  128. Just about finished (just needs the binding) a #xplusalong quilt!! Done in 1930's repros.

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  129. your game is so clever and I love the Tula Pink quilt!

    I'm currently working on a wide range of sewing/quilting projects... I can't seem to stick to just one!

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  130. Love your projects. Looking forward to making kiss,kiss,love as a gift! Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win.

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