Friday, October 01, 2010

600th post giveaway!!!

600 posts.
600.
I am in awe.
Blogging has brought me such joy over the last few years.
 It's remarkable the avenues that it has opened.
In appreciation for my 640 +  followers I am having a giveaway.
I hope it's stuff you want to win ;)
Here's the goods.


A brown paper bag?
no.
but I am going to fill 6....yes 6 USPS Flat Rate envelopes full of 'stuff'.
See Stuff below:


Fat quarters, Charm packs, maybe a Layer of cake of Moda?


pincushions, buttons, magazines (just released)

and patterns.
Loads of great quilty 'stuff' from my sewing room to yours.
As I find more "stuff" I will add pictures here.

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This is what you could do for a chance to win 1 of the 6 giveaway envelopes:

1. Leave a comment here with your BLOG address in the comment...
so all I have to do is click on it to read your blog.
I am always looking for new blogs ;)
2. Of my tutorials, what is your favorite?
 3. Blog about my giveaway on your blog. leave me the link.
4. tell me you favorite fabric style, be it 1930's, civil war, modern...etc.
okay 4 separate comments will give you 4 separate chances...
and me a WHOLE lot of fun reading.
Oh and I will use the random # generator on October 6th to choose the winners. Good luck!


540 comments:

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cabesh said...

mistressofnone.blogspot.com

cabesh said...

I love the Figgy Four Patch tutorial.

Karin said...

I follow your blog and always look forward to your posts!
http://quiltfrenzy.blogspot.com

cabesh said...

I really, really love retro fabrics. 1930's & 40's are my favorites....they remind me of the quilts that my great-grandmother made.

Rafael's Mum said...

You had me click on each and every tutorial now, just in case I missed some in the bakeshop! lol!

I like the candybutton quilt and the little zipperbag best.

Rafael's Mum said...

Here is my bloglink;

http://adventuresinquiltingandsailing.blogspot.com/

It has been a bit quiet lately for several reasons but if you scroll back a little (before the hols) there are almost daily posts (and a lot of the weather here, lol) (that was by request!). Hope you enjoy my blog.

Karin said...

my favorite tutorial of yours is the chenille hotpads! Hot hot hot!

Karin said...

my favorite fabrics are 30's reproductions! I love love love the quilt styles made in that era too!

Lee said...

I have been a follower and I love your tutorials. They are easy to follow and one of my favorites is the patriotic pinwheel table runner. Congrats on 600 posts.

Lee said...

I really like the reproduction fabrics of the 30s/40s.

Rafael's Mum said...

My favourite fabric style... mmm... that is a hard one!! On the one hand I love romantic/pastels/rozes... On the other hand at the moment I am just in LOVE with Pure by Sweetwater, and, after initially not being too keen on Amy Butler's LOVE now have 2 full FQ stacks... It sort of grew on me.. In general love what Amy Butler does, and Sandi Henderson, Anna Maria Horner, Heather Bailey and Joel Dewberry.. What would you call their style? Doing a 30's quilt too, but more like a one off. So... yeah... hard question!!!

AnneMarie said...

genxquilters.com! Now at at new domain name!

Bailey said...

Hi, I am a follower with no blog. I love the contemporary styles out today! Not my mother's fabric of yesteryear....

WoolenSails said...

Http://woolnsails.blogspot.com

I am having a contest too

Debbie

WoolenSails said...

I love primitives and civil war styles for basic quilting, but I love fabrics and color and experimenting.

Debbie

Alisa said...

Great blog. Congratulations on your 600th post. I'm a follower!

WoolenSails said...

I like the puppy and kitty softie, great ideas for gift giving.

Debbie

Alisa said...

I love the sugar cube pincushion tutorial. So cute!

Merry Made Quilts said...

Congrats on your milestone!
http://merrymadequilts.blogspot.com

Alisa said...

Favorite fabric type, well, I guess if I had to choose it would be something retro. I love vintage linens and all things 50s. Thanks for such a great give-away.

Merry Made Quilts said...

I love those cute carrots! Perfect accessory for a Halloween bunny!

Merry Made Quilts said...

right now my fav. fabric would be anything with dots! I'm totally seeing spots right now!

gill said...

What a great giveaway!!
Can I join in from the UK???
Gill

Peggy said...

I really love, love, love mod fabrics. Right now I'm working on a quilt for my grandma made out of reproduction 1930s prints... love them too :)

gill said...

I love your yoyo mini quilt - I'm really into yoyo's at the moment
Gill

gill said...

I love florals!
Gill

Merry Made Quilts said...

Of course I had to share the giveaway goodness with my readers!

http://merrymadequilts.blogspot.com/2010/10/sugar-spun-giveaway.html

Elämäntapaidiootti said...

My blog is in finnish... If there is something you find interesting, I can try to translate :) http://elamantapaidiootti2.blogspot.com/

Weatherbee ;) said...

My little blog:

www.sew-aneedlepullingthread.blogspot.com

~Teresa :)

Jennifer said...

I waited each week for the updates to the giant pincushion sew along- I loved that you did both machine and had piecing and I will be going back to those tutorial a lot! Thanks!

Weatherbee ;) said...

You have so many wonderful tutorials, I love them all! I really like your pincushion and the little zipper pouch, so easy and still so cute! :)

barefootT said...

I am very new to blogs, just started one!! got any advice??

Looks like a lot of great goodies, thanks for the give away!!

Weatherbee ;) said...

Congratulations on 600 posts...what a great accomplishment! I love all fabrics, but right now I'm really liking anything with swirls and vintage looking fabrics.

Thanks for such an amazing giveaway! :)

Jen said...

I'm a follower, love your blog.

Jen said...

My favorite tutorial, basically, the one that i want to make the most, is the chenille hot pad.

barefootT said...

I have only looked at a few of your tutorials. I love RWB sew the Patriotic Place Mats, and Pinwheel Runner are my favs, looking forward to checking out more of them :)

Katie B. said...

Awesome giveaway! Here's my blog:
kakorner.blogspot.com

Mystica said...

http://musingsfromsrilanka.blogspot.com

Mystica said...

I like the pinwheel table runner because I can never get pinwheels looking like that!

mystica123athotmaildotcom

PamKittyMorning said...

Don't add me to the giveaway list, just sending my congratulations!

PamKittyMorning said...

Don't add me to the giveaway list, just sending my congratulations!

Katie B. said...

Modern fabric is my favorite. I'm trying to resist the urge to buy some of Anna Maria Horner's Innocent Crush, but I don't think I'll be successful!

Mystica said...

I love summery, modern prints particularly those which are floral/butterflies/owls/and small animals!

Congratulations and all the very best on your blog.

mystica123athotmaildotcom

barefootT said...

I can not post on my blog right now?? for some reason, but will put your give away up later....

I love any fabrics in Red, White, and Blue....and anything very Bright!
I never met a green I did not like!!

I make baby/youth quilts for a local charity, and I like to do them Bright.

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Happy 600 posts! I love following you!

http://crazyboutquilts.blogspot.com/

PunkiePie said...

Okay... misspunkiepie.blogspot.com

PunkiePie said...

Favorite fabric lines... more modern but fun. Like Bliss, Pure... you know. That kind.

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Favorite tutorial is the little zipper bag. My DD loves hers! :-)

Brenda said...

Congratulations on 600 posts.

I enjoy reading your blog and I am a follower form
hhhp://brenda-mycraftyside.blogspot.com

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

I can't choose a favorite fabric line~ I love CW's and 30's, and just about everything in between! LOL :-) Thanks for the fun!

Brenda said...

I enjoyed your giant pin cushion tutorial and posted the one I made on my blog.

the crafty side

PunkiePie said...

Chocolate Stars on the MBS is my favorite and I still want to make that one.

Brenda said...

As far as fabric, I guess I like modern with a hint of vintage. Fig Tree Quilts, Sandi Henderson, Riley Blake etc...

Debbie said...

Lately I have been leaning toward modern fabrics and geometrics but I love it all.

Kathryn said...

I like your Weekend Kitchen ensemble. I have just redone my kitchen and wanted to make some coordinates to my new curtains. Kathie L in Allentown

Kathryn said...

My favorite fabrics at the moment are the more modern designers. I've done a ton of civil war repro quilts and an trying something new. kathie L in Allentown

Amy said...

http://mamiesquilts.blogspot.com/

Amy said...

I like the candybutton quilt the best!

VickiT said...

Hello Vickie ~ Congrats on reaching your 600th post.

I follow your blog and although I do have a contact name linked to a 'blog', I still haven't set mine up. I'm too busy reading everyone else's wonderful blogs and following my machine embroidery stuff.

Amy said...

My favorite style is Christmas fabrics!

VickiT said...

My favorite tutorial so far is your Moda Bakeshop Auntie Tablecloth. It's a great tute and is just beautiful.

PunkiePie said...

And i just realized when you're going to pull the winners... that's my birthday so I think I should get one of the prizes automatically. ;)

http://misspunkiepie.blogspot.com/2010/10/giveaway.html

Debbie said...

I like the simple strip baby quilt tutorial

VickiT said...

My style? Oh gosh, that really varies depending on what I'm making. I do, however drool over some of the modern fabrics but I haven't bought any yet sadly.

Joyce said...

Pick me! Pick Me!
http://jdebreuilsartandquilts.blogspot.com/

Sarah Craig said...

Wow! Great giveaway! My blog:

http://confessionsofafabricaddict.blogspot.com/

Sarah Craig said...

I love the sugar cube pincushion tutorial, and the giant pincushion sew along!

Sarah Craig said...

i love all fabrics, hence my blog name - confessions of a fabric addict! But if I could only choose one, it would probably be modern fabrics! They are so whimsical and colorful!

Sarah Craig said...

And I blogged about your giveaway here:

http://confessionsofafabricaddict.blogspot.com/2010/10/friday-finishes-and-fall-into-fall.html

Chelsie said...

nielsensinc.blogspot.com

Congrats on hitting 600 posts! Thanks for the giveaway. I love 'stuff'.

Heather Acton said...

Favourite tutorial is for the yoyo mini quilt.

Heather Acton said...

My favourite type of fabric right now is modern with a vintage influence ... such as the American Jane for Moda fabrics.

Chelsie said...

I love your windmill table runner.

Chelsie said...

I am definitely into the modern fabrics right now. So yummy and fresh colors!

Claire said...

http://claireschaoticcorner.blogspot.com/

Dolores said...

Hello from Toronto. What a great giveaway.

Dolores said...

I really don't have a name for my favourite fabric style - except batiks.

JayTee said...

Thanks for having a giveaway

http://www.jayteespatchworkplace.blogspot.com

JayTee said...

I love the lil zipper bag tutorial

JayTee said...

I love Christmas & other holiday fabrics

Claire said...

I love alot of your tutorials, but the first I fell in love with was your Candy Buttons Quilt for the Moda Bake Shop. It was posted around the same time as I was really getting into quilting..because of that post I started following MBS & your blog!

Dolores said...

Those quilted carrots are a hit. So easy and so effective. I plan on making some for a centre piece for our Thanksgiving which is coming up.

Freda said...

I loved your HST Tutorial.

Freda said...

I think you will have to copy and paste. Sorry.

http://www.freda1951.wordpress.com

Freda said...

I have always loved calicos.

Freda said...

I have posted about your giveaway. Thanks so much.

Johanna said...

You may need a translator for my blog but you can always go through the pictures and guess what they mean :)
http://jonaetlili.blogspot.com

Johanna said...

Oh, my favorite tutorial. It is definetely those half square triangles from leftovers. I am participating in the chubby stars quilt along and the main blocks are made like snowball block. And your tutorial saved my precious scraps and kept me from going insane from sewing together all the tiny scraps. Now I will have a big quilt top and a lot of little blocks that will be turned into a cute little baby quilt.

Claire said...

my favorite type of fabric to work with are modern fabrics....i just can't get enough of it, but once in awhile I'll see other fabrics I like too. So, as long as it's pleasing to my eyes, I like it!

Patrick and Emillie said...

http://petersfamilyadoption.blogspot.com/

emilliepeters(at)yahoo(dot)com

Patrick and Emillie said...
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Patrick and Emillie said...

I love the A Tisket A Tasket tutorial! So Cute!!!


emilliepeters(at)yahoo(dot)com

Michelle said...

AWESOME GIVEAWAY!!!

http://thel7quiltco.blogspot.com/

Linda said...

Hi Vickie.....I love reading your blog and am amazed at how much you get done.
I am thinking I would like to try some Civil War fabrics.....I don't have any of those yet.
Linda
http://simplycountryseasons.blogspot.com/

Michelle said...

If I had to pick just one of your tutorials - it would be the Skinny Verna...very cute! It's on my list.

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

WOW, if all 640+ any passerby's leave 4 wordy comments like I tend to leave you are going to be busy.
Come by my blog and stay a little while, lots of freebies to be had if you like to stitch, a couple of tutorials, etc, just ignore the typos, grammar and spelling. I really never learned to type, I get in a hurry and forget to go back and proof. So if you still want decode and translate,lol There's also two giveaways to enter if you go before sunday other wise just one. I'm Cyndi at
beetreedesigns.blogspot.com

Michelle said...

When it comes to fabric style, I like the bright, fun stuff...like Merry & Bright, 12 Days of Chrismtas, Verna, Bliss - to name a few. I'm definitely a Moda Girl! LOL!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

www.HookedOnNeedles.com

MGM

Mary Grace McNamara said...

The giant pin cushion tutorial you did not too long ago was totally cool! I made a few and one was for my 600th post giveaway!

MGM

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

Okay here we go again.....Foget to mention............
CCONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 600TH POST! I just passed my 100th post (which has a special giveaway, hint, hint)not to long ago.

As far as my favorite tutorial....you 've always got cute things going on here..and you have so many tutorial you shared but the one I knew I had kept without even thinking about it was quilted carrots, sew, sew, cute and easy!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

I don't really know what style you would call it, maybe modern? But I just love every one of Sandy Gervais fabrics. The reproductions of 1930's fabrics are also appealing to me. Must be the colors.

MGM

Four dogs and one quilter said...

I love the little zipper bag. Took away my fear of zippers. The like the modern/retro fabrics.

AMessWorthMaking said...

amessworthmaking.com

Mariliz said...

Thanks for a great giveaway www.Marilizsmusings.blogspot.com

Karen said...

I love following your blog on Google Reader!

http://nanakarennever2manyquilts.blogspot.com/

Karen

Karen said...

My FAV totorial is those marvelously easy pinwheels you made for the Patriotic Pinwheel Runner!

Karen

Karen said...

My favorite fabric style is what?

Too many to chose from! I love all things MODA! I love shabby chic, 30s reproduction fabrics and many more! Love most colors too.

Karen

Suzanne said...

Very fun giveaway :)

makingmorewithless.blogspot.com

Tudy said...

Would love to be one of the 6 winners.

dawson.tracy35 said...

congrats on your milestone!! i don't have a blog, nothing interesting going on over here! i love your blog! thanks for the giveaway too

tracy dawson
dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

Needled Mom said...

Great giveaway, Vickie.
http://needledmom.blogspot.com

Needled Mom said...

I really LOVED the stuffed carrot tutorial.

Needled Mom said...

I guess my fabric choices depend on my mood. Sometimes I love the modern and other times I love the reproductions, batiks and novelties.

paulette said...

LOVE this Give away!! Thanks for the chance to win!!
Paulette

paulette said...

I LOVE Civil War fabric!!
Paulette

paulette said...

YES of course I follow...couldn't have my morning coffee without you!!
Paulette

sy said...

i love your lil zipper bag tutorial.
songyueyu at gmail

sy said...

i like japanese fabrics with cute prints.

Quilt Hollow said...

Hi Vickie...Mary here from quilthollow.com :-)
Favorite tutorial is the sugar cube pincushion...still want to make that one! Favorite fabrics are repro/civil war...old and worn look. :-)
Congrats on all the post! It has been fun getting to know you and looking forward to seeing you in more magazines etc....get a book deal!
OK...I've got to have Fall into Fall on the blog until Sunday so will post after that...be sure to stop by for the giveaway at mine.

Jorie said...

My blog address is:

http://mommie2cullen.blogspot.com

Jorie said...

I already have your sugar cube pincushion tutorial bookmarked in my to-do list, but now that I have looked around a bit more, I have decided that I also need to try the quilted carrots tutorial! Those would be perfect in a bowl or jar for a table or countertop decoration, and I have some oranges that would be PERFECT. Hmmm maybe I will get one done today or tomorrow!

autumnesf said...

http://autumnaskswhy.blogspot.com

Sandy said...

My favorite fabrice style right now is patriotic! Making QOVs- second favorite is the 30's...Sandy

free indeed said...

I don't have my own blog persay, but I do participate in this one pretty regularly and post to it:
http://blocklotto.blogspot.com/

I took a break from making blocks this summer; things were just too busy, but I'll be back on track this month. I joined about 2 yrs ago in an effort to use up scraps...I'm still battling the scrap bin...I love scraps and scrap quilts. Our theme this year is liberated blocks so that is stretching me out of my norm. Hope to see you there and maybe participate sometime.
Congrats on the 600 postings!

free indeed said...

I like the yoyo mini quilt tute and I'm pretty sure I commented on that post when you put it up...I do have a thing for yoyos.

Sandy said...

I like the zipper bag! I follow your blog....and it is a delight!

free indeed said...

I'm into the more modern large prints lately, but not the bright colors. I like aquas and greens and the more muted shades of colors...I usually have to go shopping when I need a baby quilt done...babies seem to prefer the clear, clean bright colors...do my colors call me boring behind my back?????

Stormy Days said...

My favorite has to be the Candy Buttons Quilt, love the circles and the colors you used.

Stormy Days said...

Favorite fabric is anything with bright vibrant color, think Kaffe or Amy Butler.

BROOKE said...

I like the apple core table topper tutorial.

BROOKE said...

my blog: www.disconnectedstitches.blogspot.com

BROOKE said...

I don't know that I have a fabric style as I tend to make items for others and try to match up the look to them. But I do end up with a lot of brite jewel tones and michael miller prints.

Tatkis said...

Wow, what a great giveaway! I'd like to participate in it :)

My blog is : http://www.tatkis-mousehouse.blogspot.com

Best wishes,
Tatyana

Tatkis said...

And my favourite fabrics are paisley ones and dots!

Best wishes,
Tatyana

Melissa Corry said...

I would love for your to read my blog. It is happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot.com

Melissa Corry said...

I love the candy buttons quilt!

Melissa Corry said...

I love all of these new modern prints! So fun and fresh!

Rachel said...

Congrats! Jen of Miss Punkie Pie sent me over.

http://plainjane21.blogspot.com

Rachel said...

I like the Giant Pincushion...haven't made one yet, though...

Rachel said...

I love retro fabrics, but I love modern too. Oh, and can't forget traditional prints. I love 'em all. What's not to like? It's FABRIC!!

Kelly said...

http://kelbysews.blogspot.com

Congrats on 600 posts!

scottylover said...

I don't have a blog, so I can't help you there. So I'll move on to the tutorial. I love the patriotic pinwheel runner the best, but all your tutorials are wonderful!

Sandy A

Jorie said...

I blogged about your giveaway here:

http://mommie2cullen.blogspot.com/2010/10/great-things-going-on.html

V said...

Congratulations!
http://coses-petites.blogspot.com/

Jorie said...

I guess my favorite style of fabric is considered modern. I like bright colors and bold prints, and I also find that batiks tend to catch my eye alot too!

scottylover said...

My absolute favorite fabric is 30's repros. They are so cheery!

Thanks for the chance to win!
Sandy A

Quilt Monkey said...

Congrats on 600 posts!!

www.quiltmonkey.blogspot.com

Judy C said...

What a very generous giveaway! I hope you pick me! lol

Judy C said...

I love civil war fabrics!

Judy C said...

I will be posting your giveaway on my blog as soon as I finish here!

Judy C said...

I love the sugar cube pincushion tutorial, it's so cute! and by the way 600 posts wow!

Quilt Monkey said...

I think my favorite tutorial (so many to choose from) is the sugar cube pincushion. So cute!!

Anna @ Fresh Dew Drops said...

I'm not sure I can pick a favorite tutorial. The Simple Strip Baby Quilt is one of my faves. Love its simplicity. If I ever have a GO! I'm definitely going to be trying the Apple Core Table Topper. The fabrics you picked really shine with the core shape (or vice versa :) But, my favorite tutorial has got to be the Patriotic Pinwheel Tablerunner. I love big pinwheels and I love making tablerunners.

CuteStuffInside said...

www.CuteStuffInside.blogspot.com

Miss Punkie Pie sent me over too!

S.W.A.K.

Queen of the Unfinished Project said...

Wow! 600 posts! Congrats! Here's my humble little beginner's blog. Hope you like it.
http://queenoftheunfinishedprojects.blogspot.com/

Mimi said...

I admire everyone who has a blog... I don't know where to begin and where I would find the time but I do enjoy reading so many other quilters and crafters blogs!! Thanks for an incredible giveaway - it is amazing and awesome! micheletimms@gmail.com

Mimi said...

I really like the Windmill Table Runner tutorial and one of these days, hopefully sooner than later I'm going to make a few (I have two sisters!!) Thanks for an incredible giveaway! micheletimms@gmail.com

cindi said...

i really liked your kitchen ensemble tutorial. i just moved into a "new to me" house and the kitchen has never been renovated. being able to do my own potholders and dishtowels has given my kitchen a "new" look. looovee it!!!

Mimi said...

Congratulations on 600 posts - that is awesome! I am a follower and very new! Thank you for such a generous giveaway!!micheletimms@gmail.com

cindi said...

i am into the brighter, funkier colors such as limes, aquas, etc.
but... i also love the bliss style fabrics. love your blog!!!!!

cindi said...

darn it! i don't have a blog. i'm too busy reading everyone elses. there are too many good ideas floating around and i don't have enough time to do all i want to do. lifes too short to finish all these projects!!!

Duff said...

congrats on 600 posts! You're officially prolific!
Hre is alink to my blog, but I've been terribly naughty about posting so there's not much to see!
www.bacontheneggs.blogspot.com

Mia's Cottage said...

oh, maybe this will be my lucky day! I have never won anything on anyones blog,but I just started out not to long ago. I am still getting the hang of things. LOVE Thimbleberries and Bonnie Blue. So I guess those are my favorites.
Donna
http://miascottage.blogspot.com/

Lisa said...

Hi Vickie, I've been a follower for quite a while now & always look forward to your next posts.

http://lisa-iris.blogspot.com/

Jon and Reans said...

http://everythingweownreviewed.blogspot.com/

Lisa said...

My favourite tutorial of yours (so far) has to be the Lil Zipper Bag. It was so easy to follow & worked perfectly. Love those little zippers. Thank you for all the other wonderful tutorials too, special mention for the Figgy Four Patch but then I love all things xmas.

Lisa said...

At the moment my favourite fabic type is christmas & it always is but when there isn't so much of those on offer I like to go for the more modern fabrics.

Terry said...

Congratulations Vickie! Great giveaway! http://terrytreasures.blogspot.com
Stop by anytime! :0)

Terry said...

Right now my favorite fabrics are brights...lime green, lemon yellow, bright orange, bright blue. They're just so cheerful! Thanks! :0)

Terry said...

I love all your tutorials, but if I had to pick one it would be the Half Square Triangle tutorial. Thanks again! :0)

Nancy said...

Wow! What a great giveaway. I would love to win.

www.sillystitching.blogspot.com

Jan said...

Congrats on your 600th post. This is my address: http://prytzfamily.blogspot.com/
and
http://www.murrieta365.com/
and
http://lovesbooksntea.blogspot.com/
I'm pretty busy.

Jan said...

My favorite fabric style is modern. I'm also just getting into solids.

James-Linda said...

BEAUTIFUL AUTUMN TO YOU!
I'M AN RN AND DO NOT HAVE THE TIME TO KEEP UP A BLOG,BUT I LOVE READING YOURS!IF I HAVE ANY EXTRA TIME I LOVE TO QUILT-BOTH HAND+MACHINE.

jldouglas@wispwest.net

James-Linda said...

I FOLLOW YOU!
THANKS AGAIN FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Vicki ♥ said...

Wow....what a fabulous giveaway and of course you just have to click on my name and it will take you to my blog :)

James-Linda said...

LOVE ALL YOUR TUTORIALS!
MY FAVORITE RIGHT NOW IS YOUR "WINDMILL RUNNER"; I LOVE THAT BLOCK AND WANT TO QUIT IT SOON!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Vicki ♥ said...

I love the Chenille Hotpad but really all of them. I do like Chenille and that hotpad is a great idea.

James-Linda said...

FAVOR TRADITIONAL PATTERNS!
THANKS FOR SHARING,LOVE,LINDA

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Vicki ♥ said...

I follow your blog and have done for some time now...love your blog!! I also love the 1930's fabrics but love modern too..so all sorts I love.

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corinne said...

Just started a blog, will be working on it this weekend
http://frogpondquilts.blogspot.com/.

Annie said...

I do not have a blog so I only get two chances to win. :( But I like modern fabric.

Annie said...

I love the apple core table runner. I want a whole quilt like that!

Barb said...

Congrats on being such a great blogger. I have a blog, but haven't posted anything new in forever. I love all of your tutorials, but my favorite is the windmill tabletopper.

Barb said...

I love floral fabrics, stripes, dots and plaids, too. I don't know if I really have a favorite style--maybe eclectic?!

Jen said...

Congrats! That's a ton of posts! Wow, this giveaway is like hitting the Quilter's Blog Lottery. Check out my blog at

thequiltyhome.blogspot.com

I'm a new blogger and also one of your loyal followers :)

Jen said...

My favorite fabric style is...hmmm...gee...umm....I guess romantic. I don't really have a favorite though. I like smaller prints, that I know!

Jen said...

I love the Apple Core Go! Tutorial. Can't wait to make one of those!

Monica said...

Thanks for the chance to win!

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Monica said...

Out of your tutorial, I thought the pincushion was really cute!

Monica said...

My favorite fabric style would be Civil War....but...I can feel myself turning to the funky side with all the wonderful whimsical and modern prints that are out there.

Dandelion Quilts said...

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Vickie, I have always found your blog such an inspiration...I am so glad you found your designing talent. Thanks!

Dandelion Quilts said...

My favorite was the chocolate stars....so cute.

Dandelion Quilts said...

I am loving the fun, vibrant, modern prints.

Carol in E TN said...

Carol here......
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Carol in E TN said...

I blogged about your giveaway!

Carol in E TN said...

I love all your tutorials, but I especially like the pinwheels! ;-)

Carol in E TN said...

I love the 30's, civil war, traditional, but am really liking some of the modern quilts. My least favorite would be art quilts.

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