Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

Long, Long Way From Home… Quilting GiveAway

Redwork Gatherings

Long, Long Way from Home!

Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean
Long, Long Way From Home

Long, Long Way from Home… is a tribute to my time on the road away from home teaching quilting. The name of this quilt is a song title, this one from Foreigner, another song from my youth and still on my playlist today. The quilt measures 44”x 44”.

The Redwork panel in the line also makes a great backing because you do not have to piece anything…this quilt needs at least 52″x 52″ back for the Long Armer.  A yard and a half is prefect!  The panel is 58″ wide.

Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean
Long, Long Way from Home Back

I had Jake quilt this quilt in a honeycomb pattern with red thread.  Do you stitch a red & white quilt in red or light thread?  Well… you will get to see some of the other quilts quilted in light thread.   I will do a whole post on What color THREAD should I(or have my) quilt, quilted with?  I think this is in a more important question than what pattern should I quilt…

How to use a small quilt if you don’t need a baby quilt?

This little quilt will make a nice wall hanging or a little baby quilt that could be loved and loved, the more you wash it the better it will look!  I also think this size quilt is very functional for home decorating…

If you have that little boring corner like I do…you can just add something simple like a ladder or drying rack with a folded quilt…

Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean
Decorating with Quilts… Red & White

Bring some color into the kitchen or dining room…look what this quilt does to this neutral space…

Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean
Decorating with Quilts …Red & White

They also fit beautifully as an accent on a chair in the living room.

Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean
Decorating with Quilts…Red & White

Or sometimes you just need quilts for the STACK IN the cupboard!

Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean
Stack of Red & White Quilts

Long, Long Way From Home Quilting GiveAway by top US quilting blogger, Lisa BongeanWell…I hope you enjoyed my post about Long, Long Way from Home…

If you would like to order a pattern, or kit…This kit is really generous…you will have lots of fabric left over…the kit includes the pattern and binding as well.  So if you like these fabrics and love it when you have extra left over this kit is for you…If you want to order a Jellyroll & Charm pack and add some fabric from your collection …you could probably pull this off..without too much trouble…the Kits are on sale for 10% off and the Pre-cuts are 20% off...The sale is good til the end of April.  The sale price is added at the end of your order.  REMEMBER this is for August delivery and keep in mind we have free shipping on over $100 and only Redwork Gatherings items can be on this order…

Click Here to Pre-Order a Kit or Pattern!

Pre-order- Redwork Gatherings Pre-Cuts

I would like to give away 6 patterns and 1 kit/pattern for this project…COMMENT below and tell me how you would use this little quilt!

Winners for this quilting giveaway are determined at the end of the Redwork Gatherings campaign…Thanks for hanging out and reading my blog…Good Luck!

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I live on a lake in beautiful Butte Des Morts, WI. I have three sons: Lance (forever 29), Luke 33, Jake 32, and two grand-babies, Little Man and O-Bug. I've been married to the love of my life Nick, since 1998 when we started our crazy adventure together! I am a quilter, rugger, and gardener. I also love to cook when I get the chance. Thanks for visiting and supporting Primitive Gathering Quilt Shop where I try to bring you the best Moda fabrics and wool projects anywhere!

721 thoughts on “Long, Long Way From Home… Quilting GiveAway

  1. Red and white quilts are my favourite. I would love to have this one to display in my home. Thanks so much, Lisa.

    1. I love this little quilt! I would most likely use it for a table topper. Thanks for a chance to win!

  2. Probably in my dining room table. The walls are a deep red and this would compliment beautifully!

  3. I have a ruler wall for small quilts…copied from Lisa, and this small quilt would be fabulous there! One of my all time favorite quilts is my red and white from the Christmas stitch-a-long a couple years ago. I just LOVE this red work fabric!

  4. I think this lovely red and white quilt would make a fantastic picnic cloth to use out in the backyard on a sunny day.

  5. The size of that quilt is perfect for my kitchen wall where i like to change out quilts regularly. I also have a couple of small quilt ladders that I use to display small quilts when they aren’t being used elsewhere.

  6. I would use this as a wall hanging over my bed. Very nice pattern – and the fabric is fabulous!

  7. We have a large wooden rocking chair in our living room with a red leather seat. This quilt would look awesome folded and draped over the back of the rocker. I am envious of your amazing red & white quilt collection, Lisa! It inspires me to create more! Thank you.

  8. Hi Lisa, I have always been a fan of red & white quilts. I have an antique that I use every Christmas and have made a couple through the years. I learned to quilt in St Charles, MO at a shop called Patches, Etc. The shop owner, Ann Hazelwood, is a lover of red & white quilts and has taught me a lot through the years. Having one designed by you would be a neat addition to my collection. Thank you for such wonderful colors and designs. You are truly amazing!

  9. I took your idea and hung yardsticks on my wall. I’d hang that little cutie off the yardstick💜👍

    1. There is a baby waiting to be born any minute now- due date is today!! Then I would need another on for my home to decorate with either on wall or dining room table!

  10. I love your Redwork line but then again I love them all. I would use this small quilt on an extra towel rack in my bathroom. I currently have a small log cabin quilt there. I like the other places you used yours also.

  11. I would either hang it on one of my quilt racks or I have a stairway to my basement that I have been waiting for the perfect quilt to at beauty to my wall. It would also be awesome at Christmas! Love it on your table!

  12. I sometimes like to make a small quilt so I can see the results of my efforts quickly and I enjoy showing them on my tables. It really brightens things up. Oh and did I say that Redwork is my love. I started stitching Redwork projects probably 20;years ago and still love it.

  13. Love this quilt❤️
    I would let my 10 year old granddaughter come out and sew this one, she LOVES to sew with grandma!! She recently moved into a beautiful old house, her mom has decorated everything in black & white, so this pop of beautiful reds would be an awesome eye catcher on a ladder in her dining room ❤️❤️❤️

  14. Red is definitely my favorite color! I have a quilt hanger in my living room that this quilt would be perfect for! I love everything you do, Lisa! ♥️

  15. I would use it on my dining table. It’s a farm table and the walls are deep blue. I work with US military members and this would lend a patriotic feel to the room.

  16. Well, I just redecorated a guest room in red and white, so I guess you know it would go in there! I have an antique cherry table for two in the corner…waiting for a red and white topper…how nice that it would be reversible, with the panel on the back!

  17. It would be perfect on my kitchen table and also as a decorative piece on the white chenille bed spread in the guest room. Or a special gift to a friend’s new home.

  18. First of all, I would just stare at it. I LOVE red and white quilts. I think I would mostly stare at it as a topper for an antique side table that I got when my dad passed away. It was my great grandmother’s and it would look phenomenal on there!

  19. I would throw this red and white quilt over the back of a chair in my living room. I love it and looks like it would go together quickly.

  20. I would use this quilt as a wall hanging behind my couch in the den-It is absolutely gorgeous!

  21. I am loving your red and white campaign! Like one of your photos, I would center it over my dining room table…I have red accents in the curtain valances, the rug and my antique rooster dishes in my hutch, so this little beauty would be a perfect fit.

  22. So beautiful! ❤️ I love this as a baby quilt because after It is used with the baby, the quilt could be used to decorate in the house. I love using smaller quilts all over the house. My daughter-in-law loves red! She would love this!

  23. I would use it as a wall hanging or maybe a table topper or draped over the back of a chair I just love red and white quilts.

  24. I see it in the front hallway over a table that holds a basket for the mail. What a happy sight that would be coming in and out of the house!

  25. What a pretty quilt! It would be perfect for putting on my large square repurposed coffee table my husband and I made from wood we reclaimed from an old shed we tore down. Have a great day!

  26. This beautiful quilt would be displayed in my sewing room until Christmas then it would come out as a tabletopper.

  27. This little quilt would be perfect hanging on my quilt ladder. During December and February it would hang from my quilt wall hanger by the front door. As I tend to move my quilts, I think my favorite location will be hanging over the side of the small crib my dad built when I was born. They were living in a small log cabin when he was called back into the army. To give me a bed once I was born, he built a small crib to fit in the one room cabin.

  28. I would put it on the porch coffee table or the back of the chair. Love the red and white quilts.

  29. My sister, Lizzy, has been sending me lots of quilting books and bags of cat food. I would make the quilt and give it to her as a way of thanking her for her kindness.

  30. You certainly have a winner with that quilt. Small quilts are fun because you can get a beautiful quilt done and even quilt it by hand or on your regular machine. I love quilts to hang, I have a small wall in our hall with a curtain rod and clip it rings so I can switch out easily different quilts. I don’t necessarily do it by season but also by, mood!

  31. Hi Lisa! Colors in my kitchen are red, green and brown – it would be perfect on my kitchen table!

  32. Canada is all about red and white! This would look great on my dining room table or hanging on my quilt crane in the living room!

  33. I am looking for new quilts to hang in my entry way. It’s one of those two story atrium kinda things, really tall but small and dark. This would be perfect to brighten it up! I am drooling over the Redwork Gatherings collection, too!

  34. I would make and give to my granddaughter she lives a good 6hr drive from me and I miss her at the best of times but even more so at present, but she told me she loved the other day which melted my heart xxx

  35. I would use this one on my kitchen table or possibly thrown over the back of a chair. Love this quilt!

  36. Oh my! I would use this quilt for my baby grandson, due to be born some time during this pandemic.

  37. I would use this quilt on my dining room table since it’s basically light gray walls, wood floor and stained woodwork. It would definitely bring some much-needed color to the room! Beautiful quilt!

  38. This quilt would be the perfect accent on my cabin wall to embellish my collection of long ago red and white enamel ware, pans and containers.

  39. I would hang this over my china buffet where I display my white ware china collection with red tulips in a vase!

  40. I love the shades of red in this line. I have the perfect spot in mind for a quilt to hang in red and white! Thank you for designing this line, I can’t wait until it comes out!

  41. If I had this quilt it would be hanging on a wall so I could admire it as I pass by as could my guests, when I can again have guests.

  42. I love red and white quilts and would have trouble folding it and hanging it on a rack. I would have to put it on a table or put it on the back of a chair of I could see the full quilt in all its glory.

  43. I decorate with small quilts all over my house. They are on tables, ladders, beds and walls.

  44. I have a half wall near my front door that I drape a quilt over…it would look great there. Your Constitution quilt is there now.

  45. I would love to display the little quilt on my kitchen table as a table runner to welcome all my friends once this stay at home is lifted. Thanks for the giveaway.

  46. I am anxious to start my first red and white quilt. If I won the long long way away it would be for my new baby girl granddaughter Carlye. Born February 27th.

  47. Beautiful quilt! Even though I have limited wall space I do display quilts on my quilt racks, table, beds & furniture.

  48. Love the red colorway. I think I would put this either in my kitchen table or the table in my Florida room. Either place would certainly brighten up the room.

  49. I have a number of quilts displayed in my home. Not surprisingly the majority of them are from Primitive Gatherings 😄. Would love to add a red and white quilt to my display!

  50. I would make if for my blind and deaf senior rescue poodle who has to be cuddled next to me.

  51. We just moved into a new house and I have lots of small corners to stash quilts! I love your rework ones.

  52. Love red work of any kind. This one is special and I would make it into a repo antique look quilt.

  53. I would probably decorate with it, as I do with most of my smaller quilts. And most of my larger quilts, for that matter!

  54. I would use this charming quilt on my antique oval dinning room table that was my great aunt Lil’s. Karen

  55. I have always been afraid of using red since I had one bleed into the white next to it. But your line looks so deep and rich, I just love it! I received a decorative ladder for my birthday this year and I think it would look great next to my Cream and Charcoal quilt! But I also love the look of a small quilt hanging above the headboard of the bed. Plenty of options!

  56. I have a old Apple ladder from my family orchard that is no more. We cut it in half and I have the top half in my living room. I change out the quilt in the periodically. Currently I have my mother’s quilt (she passed away recently) from her grandmother on it. ❤️

  57. Red and whites are my absolute favorites. I would make a wall hanging for my hall entry quilt rack. Thank you!

  58. Love small/mini quilts and I try to make one from left over fabric every time I make a large quilt to give away!

  59. I would use this gorgeous quilt to put on my kitchen table. My theme is strawberries, and this would be a perfect addition!

  60. I would make it for my mother who loves Red Work, It would drape on her kitchen table (under glass, of course). I would embroider Sun Bonnet Sue’s with birds and flowers to remember her Mom, my Grandma. It is a beautiful pattern and I love the fabrics.

  61. This is such a livekt little quilt. My Anniversary is Valentine’s Day and this would be a great table topper. If I won I could have it done by my 40th on Feburary 14, 2021.

  62. I love red and white quilts and have made a few. Love to display them in my home as red is an accent color is my main grand room/living room/kitchen. Love the panel with the birds and have placed my preorder already. Have some ideas of just using all the birds! Thanks Lisa, you are an inspiration!

  63. My sunroom is white wicker with red cushions, so this would be an adorable topper on my 48″ table! Love the idea using the panel for the back- thanks for making it so wide!

  64. This little quilt would be nice size for my grandsweeties to cuddle on the couch when they have a sleepover at Nana’s. It would hang on my rocking chair waiting for them.

  65. I love rework and it would look great over my rocking chair in the dining room. If course, it wouldn’t be complete unless there were kittens sleeping on it. Love your fabric designs.

  66. I love red and white quilts too. Actually in this quarantine time I am working on finishing the red and white Christmas free block of the month you gave us years ago. I always have tons of ufos and when the time is right eventually get them done. I would display this at Christmas and in February for Valentines Day. Love it. Stay well and thanks for what you do for us.

  67. I have lots of perfect spots for this little red and white beauty – on the back of the sofa or a rocking chair in the living room, or on top of a vintage dry sink. Love red and white quilts but haven’t made one yet.

  68. Love the red and white! I would make it into a tree skirt for my table top tree at christmas and make red and white ornaments to hang on it.

  69. This is such a wonderful fabric collection. I think it would be lovely as a table topper. A Welcome Home touch no matter how it is displayed or used. Thanks for the generous giveaway. Take Care

  70. I love this small quilt ! I’d definitely use it on my table. I rotate my small quilts around the house for seasonal changes and holidays 🙂

  71. That’s a lovely quilt. How would I use it? My immediate use would be to put it on our dining room table, then later perhaps on our small table in the kitchen or just thrown over our sofa for a beautiful slash of color. ❤️

  72. Beautiful Lisa. It would be perfect on my rocking chair in front of our fireplace. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  73. Very nice. I would hang it in my foyer to welcome everyone. I have blue enamelware hanging on the walls. There is tiny blue and red hearts wallpaper in that room.

  74. This quilt would look great on the wall in my family room which is open to my kitchen with accents of brick red. I just had the walls painted and haven’t figured out yet what I’m going to put above a chair in the family room and this would be ideal!

  75. I would use this quilt as a fund raiser for out local clothing bank called Locker 505 (our area code)
    and of course they are closed for now due to the virus. Which means all the fundraisers had to
    be cancelled. We have (like so many places) an extremely large population of homeless/near homeless
    children/youth including those in foster/shelter care. Our special shoppers receive personalized services
    and always new shoes/socks/underwear along with their new to them outfits. Its a local non profit
    with no government funding. So a special quilt will make a successful fundraiser. Thank you!!

  76. I have primarily red furniture in my living room. I would drape this quilt across my coffee table underneath my wooden tray.

  77. Love this fabric line and your little quilt. The obvious place for me would be on our dining room table. However I love my rocking chair my husband bought for me when I had our last baby. I loved rocking her in it and nursing her there. My rocker would have to be my primary place of honor for this sweet quilt! Thanks for the chance.

  78. Beautiful quilt …. it would look just beautiful on my dining room table … especially at Christmas! Thank you!

  79. I would definitely use this beautiful quilt as a wall hanging in the family room. It would bring a wonderful splash of color to a white, gray and black color scheme. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  80. I would drape it over my rocker or put it on the wall over my red work quilt in the guest room.
    Connie Litfin

  81. I would add this quilt to my collection of red/white quilts that I display during the holidays on a hanger on the entrance door and on a homemade ladder. After the holidays they are added to a glass cabinet to be seen. Paula in KY

  82. I have the perfect spot at the top of the stairs, and we can see it when we walk in the front door. The red and white are so cheerful!

  83. Mine will go on my living wall!! To match my red accent wall! Yes……I still have a red wall in my house. I know I should lighten it up, but I LOVE red! Jmh

  84. I love this new red & white fabric Lisa! I already ordered a kit! I would use the small quilt as an accent in my living room. I have lots of complementary red in my decor. Thanks for the opportunity to win😊🌷

  85. I love decorating with small quilts – some examples: they make perfect table toppers, hanging on a rack, draped in a basket, or on a shelf, on a ladder, or quilt hanger, rolled in a crock, stacked, or “whatever floats your boat”! Red is my favorite color anytime of the year. xxoo

  86. This lovely red and white quilt would be wonderful to make for my Canadian son working as a front-line health professional in far away Australia. it would hang in his apartment as a symbol of home and a mother’s love.

  87. I have a lot of red in my living room. This would be the perfect size to throw over the old trunk I use as a coffee table in front of the fireplace. I am addicted to redwork, and have an antique redwork thown over the sofa.

  88. I would love to put it in my front porch so the people that pass by could see how bright and happy my porch is .in this time of virus.its the small things that make use smile.

  89. It would be used as a table topper, Valentines, July 4th and of course, the Christmas season! Looks like a beautiful line of reds.

  90. My use for this beautiful quilt would be to give to someone who is ill to brighten her days. It is lovely! Thanks for sharing your time and talent!

  91. I would hang the little quilt in our stairway for everyone Robin see the moment they come into our home (when it is safe to do so, of course).

  92. I love the red and white quilts! My mom does too,I wish I could get her this for Mother’s Day! I was excited to see this,knowing she would love ❤️ it,then I read August delivery 😥

  93. LOOOOOVVVEE this kit! I would totally do it for my dining room table…like you did! That looks gorgeous. I have ladders and stacks too that I could add it to when I rotate decor.

  94. Holy smokes Lisa, you’re always so generous. This quilt is beautiful anywhere. My house, let me count the ways- on my couch in the LR, on the kitchen table fourth of July, a wall hanging for Christmas or on the rocker or the Oar hanging in the guest room.

  95. I can see that quilt just as you displayed it on your table on my table November through February. But I can also see it over my rocker back or hanging behind my sofa. Can’t wait to see the other patterns.

  96. This quilt would be a perfect bright spot for a sick friend to enjoy! She would love it and the pattern/choice of fabrics are so lovely! Thanks for sharing your time and talent!

  97. I would love to have this hanging in my office at work. The walls are all stark white and would add some much needed color and warmth to a place I’m at for most of each day.

  98. What a gorgeous quilt! I would use this lovely project as a baby quilt that would serve double duty as a Christmas decoration. 😍

  99. I’ve got a perfect spot to hang the square one in my entry. Already have the hanger ready to go!

  100. I always have a quilt on my dining room table and it seems the few in red and white get the most rotation as can use so many times throughout the year.

  101. It’s easy to throw a quilt over the back of the couch or the foot of the bed but I haven’t done any decorating with quilts. My husband made my daughters quilt ladders, maybe I’ll get one too. I like the size of that quilt for the table, that looks very nice.

  102. I would use it on my dining room table to enjoy the beauty of it everyday. Love the red and white redwork.

  103. It’s gorgeous! Possibilities are many, display on ladder in living room, table topper, back of the sofa or even a baby quilt. Can’t wait to see these fabrics.

  104. Having recently purchased a dining room set from the Amish community in WI, I have also been using my smaller quilts on the table top. My goal is to have a different one for each month. This quilt would be a nice addition to my collection.

  105. I love that quilt! Every season or holiday, I decorate my covered, but open, front porch to go along with whatever time of year it is. That is a quilt that actually would look nice for MANY holidays-Christmas, 4th of July, summer or really any time.

  106. Absolutely love “A Long Way From Home” on the rustic dining table contrasting with the black chairs. Looks SO pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!

  107. well, what a pretty quilt, I make thoses sizes because I don’t have a lot of room for making big quilts…I also have to get into the frame of mind to quilt….I don’t send mine out to be quilted….I love red and white and the name of the quilt….that’s the era of my music too…..sending only good thoughts and safety

  108. I LOVE the red n white on the table. I have an old mission oak table it would look awesome on!!!!

  109. I have a quilt stand in my hallway where I change out favorites I want to look at. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

  110. Red and white quilts are my favorite quilts! I would use this beautiful quilt to decorate my kitchen table like you did, Lisa. My kitchen is decorated with lots of red and white so this quilt would look great in it!

  111. I love small quilts almost better then large quilts you can use them in a variety of ways.

  112. That pretty little quilt would be placed above the chest near my front door. It would be the first thing I see each time I enter my house.

  113. This would fit perfectly over the headboard of my bed! Looking at it would give me happy thoughts!

  114. Such a striking quilt! My dining room would be the perfect spot. I have accents of red in there. Love it!

  115. I love to change from Spring colors to reds, whites and blues in June. It would be perfect on my table to brighten my neutral dining room. I love the idea of the panel for backing!

  116. Over a banister in my kitchen. I have burgundy walls and it would be spectacular addition to the area.

  117. Love this quilt! I use my quilts everywhere in the house. This one would be perfect on my vintage white table. Thanks so much for the chance to win!!!

  118. I would hang it in the summer and then I would have to bring it out for Christmas. Nothing says Christmas like a red and white quilt. I would hang it behind my quilted Santa that I got at quilt market from Una Mae.

  119. This little quilt will make the perfect wall hanging for my sewing room. I just rearranged furniture and now have a place to hang small quilts. I love looking at them as I sew. The red and white will be bold and bright year round and will just make me smile. I’ve made two other Primitive Gathering red and white quilts and usually wait until Christmas to pull them out. I love the year round usefulness of this quilt.

  120. This quilt would be the perfect table topper for my dining room table!! Red and White is beautiful!! I am feeling so inspired.

  121. Hi Lisa👋🏻

    I would hang this charming quilt in the entrance of my breezeway. It would be a way to say, “Welcome to my home.”

    Thank you for this give-away!


  122. This quilt is adorable. It is really cute folded on a ladder or just as cute on a table. The more I look at it the more I love it. Looks so great folded.!!

  123. The reds are so gorgeous, I would have to display it on the chair next to me so I could keep looking at it, but close enough to grab it and cuddle on a TV night!

  124. I would use this quilt on my old, old rocking chair… as decoration and cover up with a good book!

  125. This would go perfectly in my family room. I love the pattern. I can’t wait to hear more about thread color for quilting.

  126. This pattern is great – perfect for a table topper for my harvest table. Your red and white cupboard is stunning. You have such a touch with decorating with quilts.
    Thanks for all the inspiration.

  127. My heart Dr.’s nurse, who I am friends with now, just announced she is going to be a grandmother. I would love to make this for her to use when her first grand baby comes to Grandmas to visit.
    I will personalize it with a label.
    The colors will be so bright and happy for a baby.

  128. I have a large square ottoman and I display small quilts on that for every holiday/season. Love it!

  129. Red is my favorite color, and I would love to be able to display this quilt on my father’s hand-crafted wooden quilt stand. What a beautiful way to love both my dad and my favorite color!

  130. I love your cabinet with the stack of red & white quilts. I would use this quilt to begin a collection for a cabinet just like that! (I’ve been working on my husband to build me that cabinet since I first saw it on your blog ;D.)

  131. I just love everything about this little quilt. The backing and quilting is epic. I would use this in my stack of quilts in my main family room. Love you n everything you create.

  132. Oh…. I would use it on my dining table or draped across a chair. It would be the perfect compliment to my Magic of Christmas that hangs on my living room wall!

  133. I would love this to use as a kitchen table topper as my kitchen is done in cherry accent-what else from Northern MI.

  134. What a cute quilt A long, long way from Home is!! I would hang it on a cupboard door, or on the back of a chair as well as on a ladder or even brighten a design wall when you have nothing on it!! Thanks for a chance to win!

  135. I have a secluded little upstairs porch with one plain wall where I installed a faux garden gate. I rotate hanging small quilts on the gate and I smile every time I see them through the window. Also the cushions on the porch swing iare red, so it would be perfect. I am really loving this line and all the patterns.

  136. I would use this on my dining table as you did. I have ordered a kit for Take It Easy to add to my ever growing red and white quilt collection. I’m inspired by your cabinet but nowhere close to that many yet! Thank you for this opportunity.

  137. I like the way it looked in your picture as a table topper. I think it would great on my table. 😉

  138. First Red is my favorite color! I would use on my ladder for Red, White and Blue! On my table, and as a wall hanging. It could even be used easily at Christmas time mixed with my Christmas quilts.

  139. I would use it on my bench at the front door. It has a high back with hooks….would be perfect there. Oh wait!! Maybe on the table…that would look great too!! So many possibilities!! =:)

  140. I love to use small quilts as table toppers on larger tables. Helps me keep tables free of clutter so I can enjoy the quilt.

  141. I would use it on the bench at the front door. It has a high back with hooks and would look perfect there!! Oh wait…..maybe on the table!! It would be cute there too!! So many possibilities!! =:)

  142. I would alternate it between the wall by the front door that greets family and friends and dressing my dining room table with this beautiful quilt. I love red and white quilts and feel they speak love. Stay well!

  143. I love to display smller size quilts in my living room on a smaller table I don’t use so often. It’s always pretty to have something laying there.

  144. I have an Amish made quilt hanger with a shelf attached to it. That would look perfect there. I love two color quilts!

  145. How would I display this beautiful quilts? Let me count the ways…..on my antique ladder, over a chair back, on the table, at the top of the stack of small folded quilts on my vintage iron child’s swing……

  146. I love red, and I love your Redwork fabric. My black pieces of furniture, and black ladder would be perfect display for this red and white quilt. And it would be a tribute to my sister who just passed away – – she also loved red. Thank you for all your creations…they are lovely ~ ~

  147. This would be perfect for my breakfast nook, which we actually use for all meals..I’ve been wanting to get some color in to brighten it up. Thank you for the chance to win.

  148. I love adding a bit of color to any room by putting a quilt over the doors. Makes the hallways very happy places to roaml

  149. I would display this gorgeous quilt on my kitchen table to enjoy it’s beauty everyday. Love red and white redwork.

  150. Ooohhhh! I LOVE red and white!! I would drape this across my favorite dark red recliner in my family room! It’s where I sit to stitch, crochet, or work on Applique! The other chair and couch are both white, so we “need” a red accent piece. I haven’t found one I liked until now!!
    Thank you for offering a free kit and patterns!

  151. I think I would put it on my kitchen table, or maybe in the bedroom with the black iron and brass bed.

  152. I love red and white quilts and even though I would be tempted to keep it at home, I would take it to work and hang it on the wall of my office for others to see and enjoy.

  153. Hi Lisa, I am in love with Reds and cream, taupe and this new line makes my heart skip! I love to decorate with textiles and the red and Long Long Way from home would be so lovely all summer lond. I have about also started using Reds as my favorite Christmas/Winter color. I would love to win this and enjoy it aall year round!!!

  154. I love to hang quilts. I have hanging quilts in every room. That way I can see the whole quilt and the beautiful quilting and the pattern of the quilt!

  155. My dining room needs that red accent to go with the other reds in that room. It would look great on the dining room table.

  156. Options are endless of where to place this lovely. Yes, a baby quilt – as well as a classic 4 block quilt with some of your signature star sashings to make a matching mommy and daddy size.

  157. I would most definitely use this to photograph my soon to be grandson on. He still has a few more months to “bake” however! It’s gorgeous!

  158. I love everything Christmas!. I would put it in a sleigh with Santa. This is such a beautiful new fabric collection.

  159. I have several quilt ladders that I display my quilts on for decorating. This quilt would be displayed during the Christmas season and I would probably just leave it on display through Valentines Day. Love it.

  160. I love red and white/cream quilts, they are so classic. I would use this one on my antique dinning room table, it would fit just right.

  161. This would be the prefect pop of color as a table topper in our entryway! Love the small scale of the prints int he line!!

  162. Love this quilt Lisa. The first thing I would use it for is as a lap quilt. Sometimes here in Florida the A/C can be cold on your legs when you sit watching TV. Since my whole house is decorated in red, white and blue, I can use it just about anywhere ….. on the back of the RWB bench in my entryway, in the RWB bedroom or on my red quilt ladder. At Christmas I would probably use it as a table topper. I am loving this fabric line:) Thanks for the chance to win:)

  163. I would definitely put it on the wall by my front door. Love it! Thank you for the chance to win! Be well and be safe!

  164. I love red so this would be at home in any room of my house! I would either add it to a stack of red quilts in the entryway or hang it from a quilt ladder. Beautiful fabrics!

  165. I would use it on my kitchen table. It would look so great as my color scheme is navy and reds.

  166. I love this so much. One can never have too many red and white quilts and this pattern is perfect. You’ve done it again Lisa!

  167. I can thnk of man ways to use that size quit. ring that it is red and white and my house is mainly red and white I would put it on my coffee table, hang it on the wall, put it on my ladder, put it on the back of my couch or chair and lastly just love it

  168. This sweet little red/white quilt would fit perfectly on the armoire in our living room that houses the T.V. etc The etc. is my favorite part because the drawer beneath it houses all my finished seasonal wool projects. Oh, sew much fun!

  169. I really love how that red quilt looks in the neutral room on that wooden table. That way of showing it off really makes it stand out. So, that’s what I too would do if I owned the quilt or made one myself.

  170. Oh dear, you want to know how I’d use it? Well, moving across the country and don’t have that house yet, but it would certainly find a home there! Perfect size for thrown on the corner of the couch for when my feet are cold but the rest of me isn’t!

  171. I can think of many ways to use this quilt; as a wall hanging, a table topper, a lap quilt, drapped over the back seat of my camaro; or a chair. It’s beautiful and I love the red fabric.

  172. I adore this line of fabric! This quilt would probably get a sleeve added so that I can hang it on a quilt rack that I change with the season and/or holiday.

  173. Red is my favorite color. I would hang it on the wall or put it over a chair in my living room, so I could enjoy it as much as possible.

  174. Great little quilt. It would probably be used as a wall hanging at my house. Love this fabric!

  175. I love red and white quilts! I think this one will find a place on the wall of my soon to be new quilt room. We are renovating our house and since the stay at home order has slowed down the work, it won’t be until sometime this summer before everything will get done, but that quilt would be wonderful in the finished room. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

  176. Lisa your so generous with your giveaways! This quilt is adorable and I would love to win! I’m not sure where I would use it, more than likely to cover my legs while I stitch! My house is tiny so I’d probably display it on the back of my stitching chair when I’m not using it. Thanks for the chance to win!

  177. As I too travel about 100 miles to visit my grandsons every week (pre-lockdown) I was drawn to this quilt. Red being my favorite color- Luda- it’s a winner all around. Thank you.

  178. I LOVE LOVE this quilt. I love to hang quilts in my home. Currently I have 6 hanging in different rooms and of various sizes. This quilt would hang perfectly in one of those spots. I do like to change them up. This new fabric line is just scrumptious. I do not have any red quilts.

  179. I love small quilts that you can use around the house. I would use this one in my living room, need something new and red to give it new birth!

  180. I have a quilt rack on the wall between my kitchen and living area. This is a perfect size to hang there to enjoy. I change my quilts there throughout the different seasons and this would be a nice addition since I love red.

  181. I have a quilt ladder that this would be perfect for! I love two color quilts! And I change them out with the seasons!

  182. I have a quilt rack hanging on my bedroom wall, which holds that size of quilt. Right now I have a quilt with houses and trees hanging on it which is about the same size as your red and white quilt. That quilt is the first thing I see when I wake up in the morning. Such a lovely site.

  183. I also like to decorate small spaces and drape quilts over cabinets and dressers. I don’t currently have any red and white quilts, but I plan to make one this year.

  184. I love to change out my wall hanging quilts, and move them around the house. If this isn’t hanging on the wall it would be draped over my cream love seat next to the entrance door ready to welcome company into the house.

  185. I would hang it over the railing of the stairs. I change out quilts hung in that spot throughout the year.

  186. I would use that little quilt in a few ways as table cover for my dining table, over the back of a chair or the couch, or in the stack of quilts on my couch that are used as TV quilts when the Grands are here. I live in a RV so there aren’t a lot of spaces for large quilts.

  187. I’ve been thinking of what I could make for my living room table & this would be a perfect fit & blend well in the room. I’ve been using the same quilt for awhile…..time for a change!

  188. Love the red little quilt. I have a place in my family room where it could be proudly displayed.
    Love your blog. You always inspire me!

  189. I collect children’s chairs and stack small folded quilts on them; it would be added to the stack which I like to change up for the different seasons. I love all two color quilts.

  190. I would hang this quilt on a wall in my front hall for all to see when they enter the front door.

  191. I think I would add a little to it and make it into a Quilt of Valor quilt. (Maybe we should expand the recipients of QoV to include doctors, nurses and others who are front line workers during this pandemic).

  192. I’m not really sure, but I know I would find a place for it….LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

  193. I can’t wait to start sewing with this line of fabric. I recently inherited my grandmother’s antique rocking chair and Flying Home would look great draped on it. Also, my 3 yr old granddaughter is always getting cold in the car when we’re traveling, watching TV, story time, etc. and Home is the best size for her and Mamaw’s memories.

  194. I have been admiring this quilt for days. I emailed your store on Friday asking about the pattern!
    And guess what I have a hanging quilt rack that measures 44″ and that is where it would go,
    or maybe on my table or maybe in my sewing room. it would be welcome anywhere in my house!

  195. My family room is red and tan so it would be perfect on the wall, table or over the back of a chair or couch.

    1. And the gifts keep coming It is so generous of you to do. this-and the quilt is just beautiful I am downsizing and parting with many of my things This would be perfect in the small hall or on the table or draped on a cupboard door or even in the bath The possibilities are endless and so is your talent Thank you Lisa

  196. It would be perfect on the small pedestal table in my red and cream kitchen! Or on my antique trunk I use for a coffee table! Love love love red and white quilts!

  197. Love, love, love all your quilts and how you display them! When I grow up I want all red/white quilts! Maybe I should just throw out the stash and start over? 🙂 I would proudly display this one on my small oak table. Thanks for the fun!

  198. We are getting a new coach and love seat in June in a gray. I always feel red brings my very neutral colored room to life. I prefer navy blue but it just doesn’t stand out like the reds

  199. I love the reds! I have one large blank wall in my main hallway where I rotate wallhangings. This would really add a pop of color to the hallway. Thanks for your giveaways and inspiration.

  200. Well Lisa, I can’t decide like the quilt better on the table, or would it be best in my cabinet. Both are awesome. I have a table very similar to yours. It would look awesome, but I would have to change my ways, cause have a habit of setting my stuff on there. But it would look awesomeit would look awesome anywhere in my house.

  201. I am SOOOOO excited for your new line of fabrics and patterns, since I love a dose of red in every room. And even better, my husband just suggested that I make a quilt to hang on a large wall in our master bedroom. . . I’m only too happy to oblige, and this quilt would be absolutely perfect there – or in my kitchen – or family room! Thank you for your inspiration and youtube videos – very much appreciated!!

  202. This quilt is stunning and I would display it on my balcony so when you enter my house you would see it. I love this red and white collection and the redwork design panel. I will definitely be getting some of this new line. I love red and white. It’s just so clean looking and crisp. Wow! Great job on the designing of this line.

  203. I would use this quilt as a table topper and also use it as a wall hanging in my entry hall where I change out quilts throughout the year.

  204. I would hang in off my balcony for all to see when they enter my home. I love this red and white collection and will definitely be ordering some of it. I’m excited for the redwork panel and making a quilt for my home. I love this design, love red and white together, and it just is perfect. So happy you designed this fabulous collection!!

  205. I have red accents in my living room, this quilt would look striking draped over a chair or on a wall. I like the way the fabric prints are different sizes but the same two colors. It really stands out above all other two colors quilts I’ve seen.

  206. What a sweet quilt! For me it would be a splash of color in a small table topper. Love the whole line of fabrics!

  207. Wow This is perfect for my dining room table. My family room/dining room is cream,light and dark gray and touches of red. I’m excited

  208. I would use this quilt for a dining table covering. Would look great with my red dinnerware!.

  209. I would probably place this beauty in my bedroom where I have a red, white and blue color scheme going. However, it could be moved to many places in my home since I like to change up my quilts.

  210. Sew many pkaces for this beautiful quilt…but, I think the best will be draped over an antique rocking chair in the great room.

  211. I would use the quilt on my kitchen table so I could see it every day. Perfection. Cathi Meverden.

  212. I have ordered the fat quarter bundle and a jelly roll so I don’t need a kit, but would love to win the pattern. Such a cute quilt!

  213. I love red and white quilts and this one’s a beauty! I would use it on my quilt ladder and hang it on the wall for the holidays!

  214. I would love to have your quilt for decorating on a table (love the red and white)! But I might give it to my sister for caring for my daughter, while I recovered from multiple surgeries.

  215. I would use the quilt in the middle of our dining room table. My husband and brother in law made the table from old church pews. It is large and the quilt would look awesome on the wood top!

  216. I would love to have this quilt to decorate my farmhouse with. I am trying to accumulate some red and white quilts to display all year throughout my house as I have a neutral color scheme.

  217. I would use it on my Kitchen table, I always have a quilt on my table and would love
    to win a red and white kit.

  218. We are redoing a room in our home& the main color is RED!!! It would be on a dresser or wall hanging!!!

  219. I would use this quilt on a standing quilt rack in the corner of my dining room. Beautiful fabric line!

  220. My house is mostly decorated in red accents…it has been a favorite of mine for a long time.. red was my mother’s favorite color so maybe that is why it seems to be mine.. was so happy to see your redwork gatherings it is at the top of my shopping list!

  221. I like to keep small quilts like this on a chair in our guest room. It can get a little chilly, and sometimes a tiny quilt is just right for tucking around your feet when reading, or slipping over your shoulders if you’re sitting up in bed, flipping through screens on the iPad.

  222. I just retired and would love to jazz up my entry way with this striking quilt. Twenty years raising 7 kids and twenty plus years working full time – this quilt would truly be the cherry on the top!!!

  223. That quit would look wonderful on my dining room table or on the wall. It is a beautiful quilt. I’m definitely buying some of the fabric.

  224. I am slowly stripping a pie safe cabinet that my mother-in-law had in her garage. It belonged to my husband’s grandparents. Once it is stripped I plan on staining it (it was painted at least 3 times) and then use to display my quilts. This small quilt wold be perfect for it.

  225. Such a striking quilt🤩 I have a hanging quilt shelf rack that hangs in my entryway. This red quilt would be perfect. It would honor the memory of my father in law who painted the inside of an antique sewing cabinet drawer red that hangs on my wall; even when others told him that no one would want a red shelf. Guess who did 🥰

  226. I have always wanted to make a red and white quilt, maybe this is the one. I have a wall with a quilt hanger that this would look perfect on.

  227. Oooooh, I would love to be a winner! This line is beautiful. I think I would use it as a table topper and on the back of my loveseat and as a wall hanging. Thank you for your beautiful line – inspirational.

    Choosing JOY,

  228. Love the colors. So rich. I would use this on my kitchen table or on my wall or on my hassock or ….lots of places. The possibilities are endless.

  229. This quilt is amazing…….I would hang it in my sewing room so I could look at it while I am sewing. Then for the Holidays on my kitchen table. Thank you, Lisa, for your inspiration!!!

  230. I’ve always wanted to make a red and white quilt — it’s just cheerful, and I need that right now in a big way. This would be a perfect quilt to make for my 98 year old mom who’s in an assisted living facility. She’s needing a lot of cheer too.

  231. Since I decorate with red and white this would fit right into my home. I would hang this quilt on a quilt ladder in my family room.

  232. I like a small quilt for a nap. Even in warm weather, keeping the draft off my shoulders and neck makes it more restful

  233. I can’t say it enough, but I just love the picture of the cabinet filled with red and white quilts! I decorate with all sizes of quilts throughout my home. Red is my most favorite color! You should see my red fabric stash!!

  234. I would hang this over my railing so it the first thing you see when you come up to the main area, I like to change this quilt out periodically. After than I would hand on my quilt ladder with my predominantly red quilts….my favorite color.. loving his line of fabric and patterns. Also really enjoyed seeing your studio!

  235. Who doesn’t love a red and white quilt! I would hang on the back of a chair or the back of my couch in my living room. Love the design!

  236. I love two color quilts, red and white being my favorite. I can see this quilt in many places in my home, on the wall, table topper, or the back of a chair. Love it.

  237. I am in LOVE with the deep rich reds and whites in this line!! I live in a 1913 log cabin and I can tell you one wall is begging for this quilt to be hung up there. Thank you for designing these rich colors. You are an amazing designer but also a fabulous teacher. You have helped me so much with the ModBlock3 quilt blocks.

  238. Long long way home….outdoor porch bed swing and or rocking chairs. Picnics. Holidays Fourth of July, Christmas /winter and back out after Easter.

    Smaller….my 8.5ft farm table is already begging for it but I have a grandbaby due early fall so it might have to be two lol.

  239. Gosh, the possibilities are endless! I like to move my quilts around the house and change them with the seasons. This would be wonderful on my dining room table, also as a wall hanging in my living room, placed over the back of a chair in the guest room, or folded on an open shelf. Just lovely!

  240. Long, long way from home would look wonderful hanging on my Hoosier cabinet. Red and white quilts are my favorite!!

  241. I love to use little quilts for decoration and accent pieces! I use them for table cloths too. I also really admire your little quilt wall! I would love to make one for myself. There are so many ways to use little quilts!