Monday, May 6, 2013

SMS Giveaway Day

Hello and welcome if this is your first time visiting!  My name is Erica and for the past year or so I have documented my quilting and sewing projects here ont this blog.  I have been sewing for almost three years now and it has become quite the obsession!  These are some of my favorite projects since I started my blog last year:

What is the giveaway?
When I was considering what to giveaway today, I wanted to choose something that I loved and something from a shop that I love.  I decided to purchase a fat quarter bundle of Martha Negley's feathers from Westwood Acres.  I just love the colors in these prints, they are gorgeous.

How to enter:
Just leave me a comment letting me know what kind of quilt or sewing project you really want to make in the future.  Is there a particular pattern or technique you want to try?  I am looking forward to starting a Marcelle Medallion, I just need to finish up some other projects first.

The details:
The giveaway will close on May 10th at 5pm.  I will choose a winner using random.org.  Please make sure that you have an email address in your profile or that you leave one in your comment, otherwise you are not eligible to win. *ETA: I have already received over a dozen comments from no-reply bloggers.  This is great tutorial on how to check to see if you are a no-replay blogger. If you don't have an email attached to your account and you are the winner I will not have a way to contact you! 

Both domestic and international entries are welcome.

You are not obligated to become a follower to enter the giveaway, but if you would like to follow my blog click here to follow me with bloglovin':
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Thanks for stopping by!

Giveaway now closed.

755 comments :

  1. I'm loving medallion quilts too.

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  2. Oh dear, I really must not think about new projects! I have so many unfinished. The one I'm dreaming about will be with colors inspired by a little beaded bracelet that I have. I don't know what design I'll use yet.

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  3. I have started cutting strips for a scrappy trip around the world - just 5 months late to the game! :)

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  4. I'd love to make a Dresden!

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  5. I have a ton of ideas in my head, my current one is a very modern design quilt using brown as the main colour. Some say it cannot be done, well I am up for the challenge!

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  6. I"m looking forward to making a granny quilt! Thank you.

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  7. My next project is the city sampler!!

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  8. Definitely some shorts for my son. He needs them.

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  9. My next project is going to be a blue and orange trip around the world for my son!

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  10. I would love to make cathedral windows but again too many projects before I can tackle that one! Thanks for the chance to win! I am your new follower on bloglovin

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  11. I used to be really good at not starting a new project before the previous one was finished... but I haven't been sticking to that very well. The next thing I want to do is the Retro Rubies QAL at Pile O'Fabric. Thanks for the chance!

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  12. I LOVE that feather fabric!! I am not allowed to start anything new until I finish some unfinished projects!!!!

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  13. I am making a quilt for a friend's wife who was disabled in a motorcycle accident. I've been slowly coming back to quilting after my wrist surgery.

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  14. I am just trying to finish up some UFOs so I am trying not to get distracted! :) Thanks for a lovely giveaway!!

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  15. I want to try making a pillow:)

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  16. I would love to make a project that incorporates EPP! I would love to learn that skill!

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  17. I would like to make a quilt for my baby niece :)

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  18. I would like to start paper piecing. Have 3 quilts started right now, so I will not be trying new techniques soon.

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  19. I have been makin ggarments for a while now, but I haven't tried quilting yet. I would like to start with something simple, like a pillow. :)

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  20. I'd love to get started on a weekender one of these days when I work up enough courage

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  21. I want to make the Marcelle Medallion too but am currently working on Steam Punk.

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  22. I want to make a granny square quilt for me. I keep seeing this pattern and I just love it. It's a project that will take some time but I know the end results will be worth. Thank you for being a part of this fantastic giveaway and giving me a chance to win. It would be so nice to get a squishy package in the mail and would so make me smile and happy.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  23. I'm really wanting to make a double wedding ring. It's been on my bucket list for ages, and this just might be the year I finally start!

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  24. I finally want to make a Swoon quilt. The pattern has been lying on my desk for months. Thanks!

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  25. Im taking part in the sewcanshe sewalong and we are all about crazy blocks! Its my first time and I love it! Im making a rainblow quilt using the tutorial by Aneela Hoey. Thanks for the chance!

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  26. I want to make an all black quilt with random squares of really bright neon colors, I just think it would be really cool and something completely different than what I normally do.

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  27. I would love to use these to make a one of a kind skirt for my 5 month old daughter :)

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  28. I want to improve my garment sewing and branch out into knits.!

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  29. I have a baby quilt I've been itching to start once all the fabric arrives in the mail.

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  30. I would love to make a hexagon quilt.

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  31. I'd love to make a herringbone/zig zag kind of quilt one day :)

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  32. I really want to do a HST quilt using solid fabrics - they are all set aside but I am trying to finish a few other projects first!

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  33. I have been wanting to make a drunkards path for so long now... probably in the circles. I love your circular quilt. Very neat. I recently finished a Modern quilt that I hope to enter in a show. And I also am working on a churn dash that I have been wanting to do for a while. Meanwhile the WIPS are patiently waiting for some attention.

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  34. I'm taking part in several QALs but I always enjoy trying new blocks and techniques!

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  36. There's a triangle quilt on my to do list... ;)

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  37. I am hoping to use some stashed Avery 2 by Joel Dewberry to make my first quilt for me & some stashed Little Apples by Aneela Hoey to make my first quilt for my Daughter. Not sure which of the 2 will be my first ever quilt. The race is on and the backing for mine arrived today :)

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  38. I'm currently working on making a wall-hanging quilt for each month of the year. It's a lot of fun and helps decorate my home.

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  39. lovely fabrics! I would really like to do a churn dash quilt.

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  40. Beautiful quilts and love the colors of the stash! Happy Spring.

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  41. I would love to make a flying geese quilt!

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  42. I would love to try Cathedral windows if I can get by the idea of so much fabric LOL

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  43. I would love to make a swoon quilt :-)

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  44. I'm seriously considering starting a Marcell Mediallion myself actually...

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  45. Thank you for a great giveaway. I want to make a Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt using reproduction fabrics.

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  46. What lovely fabrics! I would like to venture into Art Quilting and discover my own style.

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  47. Haha - let me choose a few from my long list! I'd like to make a Scrappy Trip Along, a String quilt and a quilt using vintage sheets.

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  48. I would love to make some type of tulip quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  49. I started following you! Your quilts are just beautiful. I'm on a 'fabric fast' at the moment so my big aim is to work through that mass of scraps!

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  50. I want to make a baby quilt .. for a girl .. not sure of the pattern. I need a new challenge for sure. Thanks for the offering. email is

    b(dot)moews(at)gmail.com

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  51. I have so many quilt projects pinned but I'd really like to make a heart-themed sampler quilt.

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  52. I was inspired by the british sewing bee and would love to make garments for myself.

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  53. Oh! I ran out of my Negley feathers and they are so hard to come by here. I'd love to use them in my Steampunk quilt! Thanks for hosting a giveaway.

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  54. I want to make my first quilt, not sure what block pattern I will use yet though! Thanks for offering the giveaway :-)
    Charlotte

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  55. My next project needs to be quilting the stack of quilt tops I created this winter. Most likely it will be another quilt top or table runner. :)

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  56. I make a lot of little girls clothes with matching accessories. These fabrics are gorgeous and I could certainly put them to great use!

    modernmarketingmama(at)gmail(dot)com

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  57. I want to make a bed sized quilt with a lot of needle turn applique. It's been a skill which I have steered clear for a long time.

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  58. I have the Tea For Two pattern from Blossom Heart Quilts and a roll of Chicopee that have been waiting for me for quite a while! As soon as I finish up some of my current WIPs and obligations I plan to get started on it!

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  59. I want to try free motion quilting on my next baby sized quilt.

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  60. I really want to try making a triple zip pouch and these fabrics look like they would be great for that. Thanks for the giveaway

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  61. I saw a cute chevron scrap quilt on Pinterest the other day that I can't wait to try!

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  62. I need to update the my pillows. Love the new bright colors.

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  63. I would love to make a rag quilt! Always wanted to try that!

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  64. I need to update the my pillows. Love the new bright colors.

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  65. Trying free motion quilting again! Thanks!

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  66. One of these days, I'd love to make a raq quilt for MYSELF, for my bed, lol

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  67. I have a HUGE bag of scraps that I need to tackle. So I am making log cabin squares, but I will have to think of some other ideas as well.

    Thank you!

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  68. Ummm, I love fabric and right now am in the middle of making a scrappy before those bitty pieces overrun my room. But my stash needs replenishing, so you can help!

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  69. I would love to finish the first quilting project I began! Thanks for the chance.

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  70. I have a Judy Niemeyer pattern in hand and now have to select fabrics. It will be an intensive project.

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  71. I've signed up to Camille Roskelly's Craftsy class & I want to make a Swoon quilt. Thanks for the fab giveaway.

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  72. I really want to make a huge bag to take to the Retreat with me in July.

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  73. I would really like to make a plus and cross quilt...

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  74. Thanks for the giveaway. I have a hundred bazillion things I want to make. Hexies are definitely on the list!

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  75. I recently saw a spiderweb quilt that my grandmother made. I really want to make one myself now!

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  76. Feathers seem to be my fave currently!

    I would love to make another lone star,but a pillow this time round!

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  77. I'd really like to make a cathedral window pillow cover.

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  78. Your quilts are lovely. I love the variety of styles and the brights.

    The project I have been gathering fabric (and courage) for is a feathered star. Every time I look at the fabric I think 'that is my next project'. Every time I look at the pattern I think 'something easier first'. Eventually.

    kj_hahn(at)telus(dot)net

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  79. I'd like to make a triangle quilt next. Thanks for this giveaway.

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  80. I would really like to try to make my own paper pieced pattern for quilt blocks. Thanks!
    Amandak@whatthebobbin

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  81. I'm fascinated with Pickle Dish quilts but a little overwhelmed at the thought of starting one. I love the fabrics. Please enter me in your drawing. Rebecca

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  82. I want to make a feathered star quilt in my favorite all-time color...pinks! I've been collecting fabrics for this for a couple of years! pbstrand@msn.com

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  83. Great giveaway! I've been wanting to learn paper piecing so I think that will be my next project!

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  84. Your quilts look right up my alley, I must explore!

    I'm intrigued by triangles at the moment, as I finish up my Bloom Bloom Pow!

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  85. Great giveaway! I am always trying something new. A Hawaiian quilt is on my todo list

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  86. I am making a Mariners Compass by paper piecing

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  87. Beautiful projects! I've got a bunch of things on the go, but my next priority is finishing my Hard Core quilt. Thanks for the giveaway -- so nice to find your blog!

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  88. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity ~ this fabric is beautiful!

    I'd really like to try concentric circle quilting this month for a swap pillow I'm working on. A little nervous, but it is always good to be a little adventurous :)

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  89. I'm still sitting on my Swoon pattern. I need to finish a few more things before I can start.

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  90. somethign new I want to try is a double wedding ring - and somethign in the New York Beauty fashion

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  91. Purses! I want to make purses! :D

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  92. would love to make a swoon quilt.. great giveaway!

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  93. I know I will be totally late to the party, but I really want to make a Swoon quilt- it's second in line in my mental queue, but I'm the slowest quilter in the world so it'll be a while!

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  94. Thanks for the giveaway! I want to learn trapunto.

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  95. The Marcelle Medallion is on my list too. I'm also planning on the Tula Pink sampler book, but I can't decide on colors!

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  96. I am yet to make a quilt for my bed, and keep putting it off because it is so darn big!

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  97. I really love modern quilts, something with a lot of negative space!

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  98. Such lovely fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win. I have a couple of bag patterns and the fabrics..I really want to make one of them soon. I've never made a bag before.

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  99. I've never made a quilt, but would love to try a chevron quilt with half sq triangles!

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  100. I really want to do a courthouse steps quilt for a lawyer I'm related to :)

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  101. I'm working on embellishing t-shirts with applique and embroidery. audiodropzone (at) gmail (dot) com

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  102. A textured sampler quilt is on my long "someday" list.

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  103. I'm working on the Stars & Stripes quilt from Hexa Go Go. It has over 500 hexies in it and I'm mostly done with them, but it won't be ready for my mom for Mother's Day. Thanks for the give away!

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  104. I really want to try making some trapunto style quilts. They always intrigue me.

    ajoyfulnoise (at) live (dot) com

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  105. I have a list a mile long of things I can't wait to make, but on top is a Chicopee scrappy trip along quilt and a QAYG Weekender. I follow you on bloglovin already too :)

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  106. i'm looking forward to making some random scrappy type quilts this year... Lord knows i have a ton of fabric to use up!!

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  107. I would love to learn to paper-piece quilt. I love intricate designs, and clean edges! I am a self taught sewer (is this even a word?) and so my progress is a slow one. Someday I'll take a class for it - or a retreat weekend. Wouldn't that be fun! I saw a quilt in your image that looks like you used the out to sea by Sara Jane! Oh how I love her artwork and fabric! I love seeing what people make with it, I am currently hoarding my stash as I can't find much of it anymore!

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  108. My next project will be a quilt blanket for my daughter... thinking about stars. julia.glotova (at) gmail (dot) com

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  109. There are so many beautiful quilt projects that I would love to try. I would love to make a new queen-size quilt for my bed that is light and springy. I have a fall/winter log cabin quilt on the bed now that I made. I am fairly new to machine quilting and appreciate help in that area. Also, I love to see what everyone else is making. I really like table runners and wall hangings because they are quick and make beautiful gifts. Thanks for sponsoring a give-away!

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  110. I want to make a couple of project bags for myself with vinyl windows. I've never sewn with vinyl before, so it'll be a fun new thing to try!

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  111. Two things on my "to-try" list right now are Dresden and kaleidoscope quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  112. I'm dying to do a tiny tiny pieced quilt. They're my favorite, but I'm bogged down by sewing projects that I must finish first! :) I looove the feathers BTW!

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  113. I want to try this technique called "Start a project and finish it"! I have so many unfinished projects, it's ridiculous!

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  114. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway! I am waiting for my book to arrive and then I too will make a Marcelle Medallion! I have so many quilts in my bucket list!

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  115. I really want to make a triangle quilt. I've been colleting Geek chic fabric for a while and this summer am determined to get started on it.

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  116. my next project is a patchwork quilt made from vintage sheets that i've been collecting - i'm obsessed! i can't wait to get started. :)

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  117. I really want to try a Dresden!

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  118. I have yet to get in on the curved action. A quilt with curves is definitely on my list of to-do's! mugirl113 at gmail dot com

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  119. I would really like to make a baby quilt for our 6 month old. I have all the material but can't find any time!

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  120. I'm working on a bit of an odd quilting project right now. I am quiltng my husbands old t-shirt into a fun design for our bedroom curtains. :)

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  121. I quilt only periodically but love to keep fat quarters when the spirit moves me. I'm thinking now of make a knitting bag incorporating a quilted panel. Thanks for the chance to win these sweet fabrics.

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  122. I'm really hoping to do an applique quilt in the near future, as well as a medallion quilt.

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  123. I am still working on a quilt that i got fabric for over 2 years ago...i think i kind of want to finish that!
    bethbimber(at)gmail(dot)com

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  124. I'm hoping to try a kaleidescope quilt soon. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on the draw.
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  125. I really want to do some improv quilting. I've made exactly one block and I can't wait to try more!

    Thank you!

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  126. I love the orange quilt....I just joined as a follower.

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  127. i have so many ideas for quilts that i don't have time to get through them all. i think my next project will be a plus quilt in navy and mustard.

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  128. I am very new to quilting, but I really like the zig-zag pattern! Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  129. such a lovely giveaway, Erica. Those feather prints are gorgeous. I'm planning on making Scrapper's Delight quilt next.

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  130. I have the pattern and fabric to make Camille's Fireworks quilt...now I just need to find the time!

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  131. I havent made a quilt yet, but its next on my to do list, so this fabric would help!!! atabanana29@gmail.com

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  132. I would really like to make some small coin purses for an upcoming quilt retreat I'm going to. I think they'd make great gifts to give all the ladies.

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  133. Your quilts are awesome! I want to try a bargello quilt.

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  134. I really want to make the Science Fair pattern by Jaybird Quilts! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  135. I want to use up all my scraps and make a postage stamp quilt. :)

    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  136. I'm wanting to make a dress for myself using the new Anna Maria linens!

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  137. I have two sisters who are expecting babies (and myself), so I need to get busy making baby quilts.

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  138. Something very modern is on my 2013 TO~DO List :)
    Thank you for the chance :)

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  139. I'm very new to sewing and I'm just trying to make blankets and burp cloths for my grandkids and I'd like to make a skirt for my daughter.

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  140. A chevron quilt is on my "some day" list. Your quilts are beautiful. I love your style.

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  141. The next quilt I make will be a kaleidoscope and I'm looking forward to it! After that, I want to try to make an applique quilt.

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  142. I would love to make a pouch with that fabric!

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  143. I am in love with all the medallion quilts but just watching from the side line :) Love all the colors in your quilts, added your blog to my reader so I can follow along with your sewing!

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  144. I really want to try paper piecing, because it's so portable.

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  145. I love you blog: follow with bloglovin'

    I'm excited to map out my Honey Honey quilt! Still not sure what I'm going to do but very excited!

    spolgar89 at gmail dot com (just in case :) )

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  146. This summer I would really love to conquer paper piecing -- I've been intimidated by it so far, but I want to jump in with both feet!

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  147. I want to sew my "Swoon" quilt. I bought a kit from the Fat Quarter Shop a year ago and I keep putting other projects ahead of it. I hope to get it finished this summer.

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  148. I'd like to make a quilt for my daughter. Something with strip piecing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  149. I want to learn more about paper piecing

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  150. I plan on making some summery shirts for my girls soon:)

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  151. Thanks so much for the chance to win! I love this collection! I have so many projects on my list I don't even know where to start - hopefully I'll get to Swooning sooner rather than later!

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  152. I am in the middle of making a baby quilt right now. My next project will be a quilt for my husband. Thanks for the chance.

    Amanda
    a.ladyfarmer@yahoo.com

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  153. I want to make a trip around the world quilt.

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  154. I am thinking about diving into a Farmer's Wife quilt...but I have so many other things on the go, that it may be some time before I get very far!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  155. Looking forward to starting a new lizard quilt

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  156. I've decided to make a quilt. Something basic because I've never done it before.

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  157. I have so many WIPs I want to work on my Dear Tula qult though for ME. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  158. I'd love to try a one block quilt and circles. I find the circles so pretty and fascinating, but I've never tried them.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  159. I'm currently doing a BOM quilt. I'm hoping to finish it by the end of the year. It will be my first quilt I make. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  160. I woul dlove to make a zigzag quilt. Am collecting fabrics for it and those colrs are perfect:)
    Thanks!

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  161. I would love to try a Harry Potter paper pieced quilt someday!

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  162. i have everything ready to start a quilt for my son. i'm just a little nervous to start it. i've never made a quilt before. :)

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  163. My next project is a baby quilt for my very best friend, and i have to wait until August to find out what she is having!!

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  164. I want to try a value quilt and a triangle quilt. I have the fabric for both- just need to finish other projects first! :)

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  165. I have started a chevron quilt..just need to finish it :(

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  166. I've got Camille Roskelley's Fireworks quilt lines up as my next big project. The Marcelle Medallion is such a beautiful quilt, I knew it was going to be a challenge for to get it done and be happy with it so I stopped after a couple of borders =)

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  167. The fabrics are so pretty. I would love to make a double wedding ring quilt, but it won't be for awhile. I am trying to finish some of my UFOs first.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  168. I'm totally new to quilting but would like to make a bed quilt for my friend at a wedding present.

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  169. I want to make a red and white quilt - for my bed!

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  170. I want to make a Sunbonnet Sue for my new granddaughter.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  171. Those feathers are just awesome -- thanks for the giveaway! I have a number of projects to get to first, but I'd really love to tackle the Marcelle Medallion too! Hope you get to it before me:)

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  172. I'd like to make a Single Girl Quilt. Love that pattern.

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  173. I'm looking forward to making MUD SEASON from Keepsake Quilting. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  174. I hope to finally tackle my bundle of Notting Hill in the near future. I'm awaiting both of Elizabeth Hartman's book in the mail and am hoping that some inspiration strikes!

    Also I bought the Super Tote pattern, the new one from Noodlehead and hope to give it a try soon.

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  175. I'm fairly new to quilting and just love triangle quilts. I'm going to make one soon, I'm nervous about lining up the points!

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  176. i'm working on a "finishing up leftovers" quilt for a very good friend of mine

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  177. i'm working on a "finishing up leftovers" quilt for a very good friend of mine

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  178. Definitely gonna make a Swoon quilt this year!

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  179. I have made many pieced quilts and fusible applique wall hangings. I want to try a needleturn baltimore album some day. Love all the quilts you showed you finished over the past year. I especially liked the orange one. I made an orange quilt for my daughter and had lots of orange left over, I think that would make a perfect throw for her too.

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  180. I am starting a quilt-along project and then a T-Shirt quilt for a friend.
    Thanks!

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  181. I want to make my husband a quilt but I am having a hard time picking out a pattern and fabrics!

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  182. There is a lot I would like to do but I keep having this hexie kick, so I would like to do a hexie project sometime soon. BUT I would like to machine piece them, I don't have the patience to hand piece all that!

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  183. I'm looking forward to my Macaroon dress that I'm making with the blue feathers from this line. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  184. I would like to make a quilt with all solids

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  185. I want to try trapunto. I think maybe a small wall hanging for an upcoming challenge will motivate me. I love those prints.

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  186. Ooh, medallion quilts. That's definitely on my to-do list! But I think most of all I'm excited to start a Storm at Sea quilt.

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  187. I want to make Elizabeth Hartman's Sparkle Punch quilt. mcglen8 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  188. I would really like to make a crazy patchwork quilt.

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  189. As soon as my daughter's quilts are done, I plan on using my new large apple core template to make a quilt for my niece!

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  190. I want to make a twister quilt. Thanks for chance to win.

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  191. fun giveaway! i've bought camille roskelley's "fireworks" pattern, but have yet to decide which fabrics to use for it - that's always the hardest part for me! :)

    -bess (jbknav at hotmail dot com)

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  192. I live making I Spy quitls for all the little kids I know.

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  193. I'd like to try something with hexagons....

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  194. Great projects! Love your wonky circle quilt.

    I'd like to make a quilt for my son this summer, but am trying not to make something too juvenile for fear that he will outgrow it too quickly. I want him to want to take it to college with him some day! :)

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  195. I really want to make my daughter a postage stamp quilt.

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  196. i want to make a chevron rainbow quilt. Thanks!

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  197. I want to make a King size Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt. A little bit ambitious aren't I? Thanks for the chance to win.

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  198. I want to make a wonky pinwheel quilt in 30's repros. Thank you for the giveaway

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  199. That feather fabric is just beautiful. I plan on making a purse...just looking for the perfect fabric.

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