Wednesday, September 7, 2016

The Road Home to Colorado - My Day

Hello, It's my turn
to hit the dusty trail  on the "Road Home"!!



Welcome to my home,

COLORADO
I have lived here all of my life and know no
other state.
From my front door, I can walk and


see utter beauty.


Which inspired me to create this...


Our beautiful mountains and the picturesque plains.
This row is 12 1/2" x 36 1/2".

The pattern will be available for free - Here
at my Craftsy shop now through October 16, 2016.

Those wheat pieces are a little labor intensive,
but so worth it in the end.


Thanks to Marian of Seams to be Sew for inviting me to
join her in co-hosting this blog hop together. 
She is correct, it has been a very busy year here
at Sew Incredibly Crazy with
putting together my very first
I hope that I made a good co-blogger (sidekick)
and she'll have me back next year.


Here is the list of bloggers
that are on the "Road Home" today.

Sew Incredibly Crazy - you are here


And don't forget to enter
for a chance to win this fabulous prize.
Which today, it is this OttLite 18W Floor Lamp with Wheels




a Rafflecopter giveaway

or  an Anita Goodesign Machine Embroidery
Design CD 


a Rafflecopter giveaway

I hope you enjoyed your stop at
COLORADO!

Hugs,




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150 comments:

  1. Oh I did.. this row is AWESOMENESS.. and if your willing to do it again next year, I'm more than happy to just say.. Jump on in.. Your always 100% wonderful to work with and take my petty problems and give me a great resolution.

    If anyone reads this, I forgot to mention on my post that Amy is the artist also for the logos for this event and last years event. We'll just have her do next years to...

    Thank you so much for ALL of your help and co-hosting this with me..

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  2. Wonderful is all I can say. It's really nice!

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  3. I was born in Sterling and spent the first 20 years of my life in Colorado. Even though I call Washington state home now, my heart still yearns for the Rockies! LOVE your block :)

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  4. Beautiful Amy. Colorado, my close neighbr, is such a beautiful place. Love your row!

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  5. Beautiful Amy. Colorado, my close neighbr, is such a beautiful place. Love your row!

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  6. Stunning row design that truly captures the beauty of Colorado. I absolutely love it and I'll confess I'm a bit jealous you've lived in Colorado your entire life. While I spent summers camping in Colorado, river rafting, etc., I really don't remember Colorado until I traveled with my Grandfather one summer and fell in love with the State, and Colorado Springs. Over the years, I've had opportunities to visit for business, as well as pleasure. Always love Colorado and think of it as a place that I could be very happy to call home.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

    PS - I've attended an AMAZING quilt show at the Colorado State Capital.

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  7. Love, love, love this! I grew up in Pueblo, and I think your row is perfect and looks like the Colorado I know and love!

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  8. I love your design Amy, pretty! One of my favorites. Where in Colorado do you live?

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  9. Oh my - that is absolutely stunning, Amy, I love it!!!! That text cloud just makes me swoon. Perfectly Colorado!!!!

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  10. Beautiful! Some of the lqs should hire you to design the rows for the rxr experience!

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  11. Love your row. It depicts just what I see when I think of CO!!
    xx, Carol

    PS: Thanks for the hop and continuing to blog.

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  12. What a lovely row! I look forward to the challenge of the wheat. Thanks!

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  13. Your row/block could be a quilt in itself - I love it!

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  14. Your design has so much going on. It is beautiful.

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  15. Your design has so much going on. It is beautiful.

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  16. Wow, this row is fabulous! My list of projects I want to make is growing with this hop!

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  17. Thank you for sharing you lovely row :)

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  18. Amy, your row is fabulous! I adore the applique and it definitely represents Colorado well. And thanks again for all your hard work in bringing us this hop.

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  19. I just LOVE your row along design!! The wheat reminds me of our yearly trips to family in Winnipeg each year and the mystery of the road in front till we came to the big city!

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  20. What a creative and colorful row!! I love it!! Thanks for sharing the pattern and for the help in hosting the event!!

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  21. Fantastic row - love the wheat!

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  22. Great row - your fabric choices are fun too - love the texty cloud

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  23. Beautiful row and the wheat is lovely! thank you!

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  24. I've been to CO many times, and you are right . . . it is a beautiful state! And, you have captured its beauty wonderfully! Thank you for joining this row along. (lynnstck(at)yahoo.com)

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  25. I guess I have been fortunately enough to travel a lot by car and I think your row is a great representation of Colorado. Love the wheat!

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  26. I am right next door in Kansas and haven't been to Colorado yet. I love the wheat.

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  27. I've been to Colorado several times and your row is a superb representation of your state! It's a beauty!

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  28. I've never been to Colorado-you have beautiful place to call home!

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  29. I'd love to visit Colorado someday.

    hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

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  30. we visited colorado several years ago and it is one of my favorite states.

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  31. What beauty you have out your front door! Inspiring and amazing! Your quilt is also inspiring! Love the detail, especially the sun over the mountains!

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  32. A beautiful design. I have been to Colorado and it is a beautiful state.

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  33. beautiful design. Thanks for sharing

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  34. I love what you see out your front door. your row is very lovely. thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  35. I love what you see out your front door. your row is very lovely. thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  36. I've never been to Colorado, but your row makes it look beautiful. Great design in your row!

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  37. Oh, Amy, this is beautiful, you're lucky to live there. Really love your wheat stalks, I can almost hear the rustle - well worth the effort! Thanks for the free pattern!

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  38. i was born and raised in the deserts of AZ. so that is home for me. beautiful sunrise/sunsets! and hotter than the dickens! but give me the white mountains in NE AZ anyday. love those pines! I love your row.

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  39. Your row is a beautiful interpretation of your state Amy. I would love to visit it. Thank you for sharing.

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  40. A beautiful row!! Thanks for the opportunity to win the light.

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  41. Whoo hooo...I love the whimsy with the fabrics you choose for your row! Yes it is beautiful here in Colorado! Thanks for all the work you've put into this hop!

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  42. What a great row. Yes, the wheat looks like it is worth the effort.

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  43. Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for the giveaways!

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  44. Love your row! I've never been to Colorado, despite my father being born there. I must someday - it looks beautiful!

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  45. Pretty nature inspired quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  46. Oh wow, gorgeous!!!! I love this one.

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  47. I've never been to Colorado, but your block represents how I envision it!

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  48. I love the landscape element in so many of these rows.... I might finely get the handle on doing it right!

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  49. Love your row---especially the wheat blowing in the wind.

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  50. Loooove your Row!! Beautiful details!! Great job capturing the beauty of Colorado!!!

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  51. I love your row! Hi from France (not entering your giveaway... ;-) )

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  52. I want to live in your row..........so perfect!

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  53. I want to live in your row..........so perfect!

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  54. Beautiful quilt. I have never been to Colorado but your quilt reminds me of some beautiful pictures I have seen.

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  55. What a beautiful row and is really captures the essence of Colorado! Thanks so much for sharing your design.

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  56. WOW! ... and wonderful, Ms Amy! I love your row! I almost put wheat into my Sept applique block before I decided my design was labor intensive enlough ... would not have been anywhere near as nice as yours ... thank you for sharing ... :) Pat

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  57. I live on the Western Slope of Colorado and yes there are so many wonderous things one sees, and enjoys each season! Thanks for the chance to win and thank you for putting this blog out there in cyberspace so we all can enjoy and work on new blocks !
    Again, thank you

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  58. Awesome row - gorgeous design!!!

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  59. Gorgeous job on the wheat. Thanks for the marvelous giveaway.
    djcutting2 at gmail dot com

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  60. I am loving this row along since row by row experience is over, we are all having withdrawal pains. Love your row. crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  61. A great row block...love the mountains and the wheat stalks are lovely...looks like Montana where I live, but cannot place the type of blue bird you used....thank you for the pattern....

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  62. What a cute row! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  63. What a cute row! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  64. Gorgeous row, Amy! The mountains and wheat stalks also represent my own beloved home, and now I want to visit your's!

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  65. What a beautiful row---the detail of the wheat is incredible! Thanks for hosting!

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  66. Beautiful row, love the mountains. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  67. Colorado is a state I have not yet had the chance to visit, but would love to someday. It is funny, but I don't normally associate wheat fields with Colorado. Your wheat stalks are terrific. Thanks for such a nice row.

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  68. Love the wheat pieces. They are the perfect touch!

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  69. Beautiful. I must see we enjoyed Colorado when we visited 3 years ago.

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  70. what a wonderful idea of a row. I have not been to Colorado looks beautiful.

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  71. Your row is fabulous Amy, and reminds me of home here in Alberta, Canada. Thanks for the wonderful row. raydeer@memlane.com

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  72. Such a beautiful row and it clearly shows the beauty that you are talking about. Those wheat stalks look amazing.

    Samantha

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  73. This light would be sweet! Mdmn08 @ gmail.com

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  74. This light would be sweet! Mdmn08 @ gmail.com

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  75. Thank you for the lovely row by row.

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  76. Very very nice kinda looks like a loon....and your wheat is very cool ty for sharing.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  77. I love your row, that is a beautiful piece.

    Debbie

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  78. I love it. Perfect interpretation of Colorado

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  79. I absolutely love your row!!! Very creative!!

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  80. Absolutely gorgeous, Amy; the scenery and your row are perfect. Thank you for creating a wonderful row and for sharing.

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  81. Wonderful row! I just got back from 1 1/2 weeks in Colorado visiting my twin in Woodland Park!

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  82. Love your block. Looking forward to this hop.

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  83. Oh, I love the block and that wheat is amazing! Thank you for sharing it with us. dezertsuz at gmail

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  84. I love your block. It reminds me of Alberta too. We have mountains and prairies also. The Block of the Month blocks are wonderful. Good Job designers.

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  85. Colorado is one of my favorite places!
    Fran in BC

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  86. Beautiful row! One of these days i would love to visit Colorado. I have only heard many wonderful things about it. Thank you!

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  87. Beautiful row! One of these days i would love to visit Colorado. I have only heard many wonderful things about it. Thank you!

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  88. Great Colorado row, I lived there some 25 years ago and this row fully reminds me of it!

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  89. Love the row. Would look fabulous in other kinds of fabric as well. Thanks for sharing.

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  90. I love your row. The wheat is so detailed. Thank you for a generous giveaway.

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  91. Your quilt row is gorgeous.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  92. Love Colorado and I love your row! Beautiful!

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  93. Great row. I visited Colorado 2 years ago, and will be going back to visit my niece soon.

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  94. I really love this block. I have never been to Colorado but would love to visit there

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  95. The wheat looks great, especially with the thread embellishment.

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  96. Your row speaks Colorado! Colorado is my favorite state!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  97. This is beautifull! Love this Row By Row...

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  98. What a gorgeous block! My favorite sew far. I visited Colorado to watch a taping of The Quilt Show. It was beautiful until my last day when it snowed. I'm from southern California! I don't like driving through snow.

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  99. Pretty! Pretty! Love your row! Thanks for sharing it with us. I'm going to check out your BOM now ;-D

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. Your row is beautiful, and it really captures your state--I knew which it was even before I read your description. Thanks for the effort that went into it.

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  101. What a beautiful row! It must be wonderful to wake up each day within sight of mountains. :)

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  102. I love your row. The design and colors are perfect!

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  103. I am always amazed at people who can make stuff like this with no pattern. This is gorgeous.

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  104. What a beautiful row! You certainly have devine inspiration our your back door. Lovely, just lovely.

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  105. That wheat! It looks amazing! I love Colorado and you did such a good job on your row!

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  106. What a beautiful row! The wheat is awesome! Thank you for sharing.
    Kim
    tnjmom1 @ gmail dot com

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  107. Wow, this is my first Row Along and I am loving it!!! Thanks so much for your work.
    Carol Rasmussen

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  108. Your row is awesome! You have a wonderful creative talent. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  109. Colorado is so beautiful. I've visited many times and never tire of it. Your row is beautiful.

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  110. I love your row. I live in the mountains of western North Carolina. Thanks for the great giveaway, I could really use that Ottlight, It's getting real hard for me to see to thread a needle.

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  111. Awesome!!! Your row is gorgeous!!

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  112. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netSeptember 9, 2016 at 2:27 PM

    Your row is beautiful. Thanks for a great give away. A light like that would really help me.

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  113. I always wanted to co to Colorado! Gorgeous! Thank you!

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  114. I love this row! It just perfect for Alberta too, where I live!

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  115. Great row to represent such a beautiful state!

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  117. Your row is absolutely gorgeous, just like Colorado. And as a native of Colorado, I love your representation of the state's beauty. Very well done!

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  118. Beautiful row representation of a beautiful state, thanks for sharing.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  119. What a great prize. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  120. What a great prize. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  121. Thanks for another chance for the Ott light!

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  122. This Hop is such fun! Love getting to see the Rows again! :) Love yours...Colorado sunset is Gorgeous!!

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way!!! :D

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  123. Your home state is beautiful. I love the sunsets there.

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  124. What a beautiful row and a wonderful giveaway. Thank you.

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  125. I love how you captured all these wonderful things about Colorado in one scene. I visited your state once and it was beautiful! Thanks for sharing your lovely work, and thans for the great giveaway!

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  126. This is so beautiful. We live in the mountains too and it is so gorgeous this time of year.

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  127. This is so beautiful. We live in the mountains too and it is so gorgeous this time of year.

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  128. So pretty and inspiring!
    3dears (at) gmail (dot) com

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  129. Wow, great row. I may have to simplify the wheat. ;-)

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  130. What a great row! Colorado is such a pretty place.

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  131. The mountains are what I remember most about Colorado

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  132. Love the pattern! My husband and I vacationed in Ridgeway CO in July. First time in Colorado and what a beautiful state. This would make a great way to remember our trip.

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  133. Oh my, that lamp would come in so handy! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  134. I love your pattern! It does feel like Colorado!
    Susie

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  135. Of course. It's Colorado in fabric. It is a wonderful pattern and will share with my friends.

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