Sunday, September 7, 2008

Shop Hop Quilts

As promised, here are the pictures of the quilts made with the Shop Hop fabric and each store's block. They are amazing, but I think that I know which I will make with my kits that I bought.

This one is the official 2008 Shop Hop quilt. It has all of the blocks from each of the store, plus 2 additional blocks. I am not sure what those 2 additional blocks represent or even if they are duplicate of a block from 2 different stores, but there were only 10 stores in the hop.

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This quilt is the Best Friends quilt. The quilting on it was just amazing!

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This is the quilt from Quilt Bug in Indiana.

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This is Cabin Arts' quilt.

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This one is from The Quilt Box in Dry Ridge, Kentucky.

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The next 2 quilts are from the Victorian Quilt Shop in Amelia, Ohio.

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This one is from Sew Ezy in Sharonville, Ohio. Sew Ezy does a lot with embroidery so there samples always feature embroidery.

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This is from Aunt Ruth's Scrapbasket. This is where Dom locked us out of the shop.

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Fabric Shack's quilt.

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Sew-A-Lot's quilt.

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The quilt from Stitches.

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Think you can tell which is my favorite? Maybe I should make a contest out of this....

Leave a message with the name of the store or the shop hop quilt (12 options total - the Hop quilt and 1 for each store + the extra 1 from Victorian) that you think is my favorite. One entry per person. You must leave a way for me to get in touch with you - no anonymous entries! I will draw a name for the winner and you will get a prize! Let's say that I will draw a name on Friday before I go on vacation so you have until Friday at 8 AM EST.

And if there are any entries with the correct answer, they will get entered for an additional prize!

Good luck!

16 comments:

Jen said...

I'm going to go with Photo Number 2. The medallion quilt. Giggle you know where to find me.

Moneik said...

I love all the quilts, but I'm with Jen, I think you like the Medallion one. I think it looks amazing

kt said...

well, I *should* go with jen and moneik since they probably know your tastes better than I. :) however, I will break free from the pack and vote for the second quilt from the victorian quilt shop in amelia. all of them are beautiful though!

Tina said...

Jill - I also love the Medallion....but I think you will make the.....one from Quilt Bug in Indiana. That is one of my favorite shops. (my email tlbtap at juno.com)
I won't get to the shop hop this year, but one year I got to all of them...and I won the door prize from Stitches....that's when they were in Fairfield. Tina

Trish said...

I'm guessing the one from The Quilt Box in Dry Ridge, Kentucky (hte fifth quilt).

Infinity Quilter said...

I think quilt #2. That would be my choice anyway. :0)

Jennifer said...

I am going with Quilt Bug too...but there are several that look really nice. Can't wait to see which one you're going to do!

Colleen said...

Although they're all beautiful, I'm going with #2 from Best Friends because it's my favorite.

BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

Ok...I'm going with number two also, cause I can't choose one! I love them all, too!
Regina

Sandi said...

I guess I have to go with the one I like the best and it is the Shop Hop quilt #1 picture.

Linda said...

At first I was going to break with the pack and pick the quilt from Stitches, but then I don't think you'd like the mis-matched borders. I think it's between the Shop Hop quilt and the one from Best Friends....and I pick the medallion quilt from Best Friends.

Linda

swooze said...

I am going to say The Quilt Box in Dry Ridge, Kentucky. Enjoy vacation!

Babs Schmidt said...

I love that medallion quilt so I vote for it too!

Have a great time!

Regina said...

#12 has been a lucky number in our house lately - so I am going to go with that last one from Stitches.

Michele said...

I think it's the one from The Quilt Box.

Hooked on Quilting said...

This was my first shop hop and wished I'd taken a camera! I'm doing the Quilt Box (Dry Ridge) quilt...it was so beautiful that, even though it was my first stop, I knew nothing else would compare. So, I'm guessing you like it, too, so I'll say Quilt Box's quilt!