TTMT #335 and the EQ7 Row Along!

Welcome to week three in the EQ7: Seasons Row Along, hosted by Marian at Seams to be Sew!

I’m especially excited today, because it’s MY WEEK!

Be sure to scroll through for the free PDF pattern for my row, a fun alternative project idea and to enter to win one of THREE fun gifts!

Today my fellow designers are:

Reeze Hanson at Morning Glory Designs – Summer

Marian Pena at Seams To Be SewWinter

Carol Swift at Just Let Me Quilt – Fall

Anneka Kornelis at Stof Genoeg – Filler Row

EQ7 Seasons RAL - Spring Row by Jennifer Ofenstein

Here it is! My Spring row!

Spring is my favorite season. The winter blues are driven away, the trees begin to bud, spring babies are born and the earth begins to turn green again!

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My idea was to celebrate my favorite season with baby chicks, fresh out of their eggs, pecking around the grass and flowers for something good to eat.

EQ7 Seasons Row Along: Spring Row by Jennifer Ofenstein Every pattern in my row is a 6″ (6 1/2″ unfinished) paper pieced block. Follow the instructions in the pattern to make this row, or mix and match to make your own fun row or other quilty project!

I’m absolutely loving the beautiful tonal white background fabric from Northcott! Anyone that visits regularly knows that I’m a bit of a Northcott junkie with Stonehenge being one of my all time favorite fabrics!

The entire row is paper pieced with optional embroidery or paint for the chicks’ eyes. I drew mine on using Tulip Fabric Markers. EQ7 Seasons Row Along: Spring Row by Jennifer Ofenstein

Small pieces freak you out? Try chain piecing them!

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PJ7 Pattern will be emailed upon request. Please contact sewhooked@gmail.com.

EQ7 Seasons Row Along: Spring Row by Jennifer Ofenstein

Another fun picture of my Spring row. 🙂

EQ7 Seasons Row Along Blocks as a Quilt

Want something completely different? The patterns for my row can also be turned into a fun quilt! I plan to make one very much like this for my favorite blanket charity, The Linus Connection.

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Live on sewhooked.com! Paper Piecing Art: Beginner and Beyond, my 2012 STITCHED Workshop! #howto #paperpiecing Need to learn to paper piece or just want some pointers? I have a page dedicated to helping you learn, including free tutorials (both text and video) and links to lots of resources!

EQ7 Seasons Row Along: Spring Row by Jennifer Ofenstein And now, even more fun… GIFTS FOR YOU!

I will be giving away one of each of the following gifts.  The first two links are for separate giveaways, so make sure you click each of them and follow the instructions to enter. Some conditions apply, so please make sure you read our Sponsor’s Guidelines for entering. Don’t miss the ongoing Flickr giveaway at the bottom of this post!

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Northcott Fabrics Giveaway Week 3

Northcott is giving 1 lucky recipient 6-8 pieces of fabric at 1 yard lengths each. 
This giveaway for all of today’s featured blogs. You may enter only once. 
Entries accepted until September 22, 2015
Winners Announced September 23, 2015
Value $60-80.00

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Fat Quarter Shop Giveaway, Week 3 for Sewhooked Visitors

Fat Quarter Shop is giving away $25.00 gift certificates to one winner from each RAL Blog.

You can only enter once at this blog.
Entries accepted until September 22, 2015
Winners Announced September 23, 2015
Value – $25

My apologies for the links, the Rafflecopter widget does not work on blogs hosted on WordPress.com.

Paper Piecing Vintage with bonus pieced borders

And finally, I am also giving away a free PDF copy of my complete 2014 block of the month, Paper Piecing VintageTo enter to win, all you need to do is leave a comment about your favorite season. 😀

And now, the fine print:

Guidelines and Rules Regarding the Gifts Offered by Our Sponsors:

  • No purchase whatsoever is necessary.
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  • The Electric Quilt software giveaway will be held at the EQ Blog and will be given away the week of October 6, 2015
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I’d also like to encourage anyone that made my own Spring row to post photos in my flickr group. There’s no prize for this, but I hope you’ll consider as I love to see your projects!

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Craftsy Class of your Choice Value $40.00 (average value) – 3 individual winners and

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Nancy’s Notions – $10.00 gift certificate- 2 individual winners !

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Rules:

  • Get one entry for each unique block/row to the Flickr Group you’ve created from any of the patterns offered each week.
  • You can enter from any blog featuring the Flickr giveaway once each day of this Row-A-Long until October 13, 2015 when the giveaway closes.
  • Winners Announced October 14, 2015 If you enter both giveaways (Craftsy & Nancy’s Notions), you need 2 unique blocks per entry.
  • Duplicate Entries will be checked and if found you will be disqualified.
  • Filler Rows Do Not Count. These to will be disqualified if entered.

Thanks for joining me, I hope you enjoyed my row and all the fun goodies in this post!

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67 thoughts on “TTMT #335 and the EQ7 Row Along!

  1. Linda Fishman

    Hi Jennifer!! I love your spring row the chicks are just so cute and I can think of many ways of using your blocks for other projects :0) My fingers are crossed because i love your paperpiecing vintage quilt :0)

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  2. krislovesfabric

    Thanks for a cute row, to me…Fall is chick season, we get ours in the Fall so that we never have to worry about losing any to the cold that sometimes happens in the Spring. We have 15 of them right now that are about 2 weeks old.

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  3. Heather H

    Hi Jennifer- I think my favorite season is spring- once everything starts blossoming. It’s beautiful here in Indiana! Thanks for the cute pattern and the give-a-way!

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  4. Lorna McMahon

    Jennifer, your little chicks are just so cute. And that egg!!! Such a fun row. How clever of you to come up with a little quilt layout for your blocks! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!

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  5. Darlene Poirier

    Hi Jennifer, my favorite season is winter, I love decorating for the various holidays, especially Christmas

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  6. Kathleen

    Summer is my favorite season, and it is all too short! I absolutely love your Spring row, especially how you used it to make a little quilt. Simply adorable, and I do love paper piecing. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  7. Nicki

    Having lived in the deep south most of my life I never really experienced FALL. Now I live in SW Missouri and it’s my absolute favorite season!

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  8. Janie

    Fall is my favorite season. Love your row and the quilt blocks using your pattern. Thank you for the free designs, and the tutorials.

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  9. Lori Smanski

    these little chicks are so adorable. thank you for the pattern. my favorite season is summer. all the flowers are blooming, the garden is coming to life, the warm weather, no bundling up.

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  10. Marian Pena

    As you know, I love this row, I love the video, it’s amazing how busy you are and still find time for all the many things you do. Turning this into a quilt also is a fab idea, love that you thought to baste the row into place so it’s easily taken apart.. I have really enjoyed having you be part of this Row-Along with me Jennifer and I hope we see each other more often.

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  11. Joan

    What and adorable row…perfect for Easter. As for me, it’s fall. Love the trees turning and the weather cooling off. Thanks for the wonderful row and tutorial

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  12. seamstobesew

    As you know I love this row, I had no idea how busy you really are, but I am simply amazed that you do all that you do. I thought it was pretty clever to baste the row together so that you can take it apart later to put it in a quilt, that’s a very clever trick, thanks for sharing it in the video. Thank you sew much for participating with me in this Row Along. I hope we’ll have many more bright spots in the future.. You’ve really and truly been a gem.

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  13. Cara Cansler

    I have a hard time choosing a season! Colorado is so beautiful all year around. If I *had* to choose, I’d say fall because I’m ready for the fall colors and the cool weather!

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  14. Gwen

    Love the chicks row…thank you for another wonderful pattern. My favorite season is fall. Cool weather, football, apple picking, pumpkins…and of course Halloween.

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    1. Susan

      I forgot to mention, that the download isn’t working. I either get an error message or it comes up with a blank page. I have tried several different times. Is there another way to get the pattern?

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  15. Jewel

    My favorite season is definitely fall. I love the changing of colors, the crisp air and the perfect temperatures. I adore you’re spring row! It’s very cute.

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  16. Capella Weems

    Seems like Fall Fever is running high this week. I am also a lover of Fall. I may live in the Sunshine State but I have to go home to the mountains of NC every October. Thanks for all the work you do and share with us.

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  17. Susan

    Thank you for being on WordPress, in spite of some things that don’t work on it. I really much prefer it for me, and for blogs on which to comment. Your row is adorable! I’m not a fan of paper-piecing, but I might have to knuckle down and do these blocks. Either as a row or as a baby quilt, it’s adorable! I also appreciated how many times you put the link in the post. You made it really EASY to get the pattern!

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  18. Edna Lindemann

    I like all seasons. they each have there own unique qualities. I love to paper piece. Your quilt is beautiful.

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  19. Joan W

    Fall is my favorite season, although there are things I like about every season. Even though it is many years since I was in school, fall always seems like the time of new beginnings and new opportunities, plus I just love the cooler weather after a long Texas summer.

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  20. Mackenzi

    Love your spring time row but winter is actually my favorite season! I love watching the snow fall and curling up under a pile of blankets with a cup of coffee and a good book. Winter gives you an excuse to stay in your warm flannel pajamas.

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  21. Cindy Dahlgren

    I love summer. Our winters are very long and cold, so it’s great to be able to be outside. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  22. Dolores

    The Vintage pattern would be perfect for using up the thirties fabrics that I have.
    Fall is my favourite season. I love the cooler temperatures. It makes for great walking weather, the leaves are gorgeous in all their changing colours and I absolutely love kicking the fallen leaves as I walk.

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  23. duchick

    I share the same love of spring as you do! I love seeing the world around me come alive again after a very long cold, snowy winter. It is worth waiting for!

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  24. Cheryl

    What cute little chicks! I think I like fall best. It is cooler, the weather is more stable, and it is leading up to the holidays. Thanks for the chance.

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  25. Doris McCarty

    Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler temps, and the colors of fall foliage.
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  26. Nancy Noah

    I love your baby chicks. My favorite season is Fall. Love the coolness and coming from a farming background, the harvest!

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