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!


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deserae said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
deseraequilts.blogspot.com

lisa said...

my blog is http://blogginmommy.blogspot.com

deserae said...

I really like your peppermint path tutorial. Now I just have to get myself a Go! so I can try it!

deserae said...

My favorite fabric style is modern or children's prints. :)

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

wOW congrats on all of your 600's! Awesome Giveaway!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I am a traditional quilter, and I live Civil War fabrics, 30's and love the French General lines too :-)

lisa said...

can my favorite tutorial actually be two? the star 4th of July placemats and the table runner. I have them printed out with fabric ready to go. Too bad the 4th flew past me (as did the whole summer I guess!) I will work on them to give as Christmas presents though...heheheh!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I liked the Patriotic Pinwheel tablerunner.

lisa said...

I am skipping three because, well, I just wanna be lazy, so my favorite fabrics...I am trying to collect civil war repro's for a few projects but I am liking the more modern things. not HELLO NEW AGE but modern, hip, vibrant etc.

Phyllis said...

I really like the pinwheel table runner.

Phyllis said...

My favourite fabrics are modern and also retro. I guess I just love fabric. No surprise

Vintage Sandy said...

Love your blog & congrats on 600 posts would love to be a winner will keep my fingers crossed!

Vintage Sandy said...

I really like the half square triangle tutorial

http://httpvintagesandy.blogspot.com/

Vintage Sandy said...

Going to post about your giveaway right now!!

Vintage Sandy said...

I'm loving the French General collection right now!

sharon said...

Happy 600th post! I like your South Carolina table runner tutorial, it's funky!
Thanks, Sharonj.

Sandy said...

Congratulations on your 600 posts...oh my, that is a lot! Love reading your blog.

Sandy said...

One of my favorite tutorials is the Windmill Tablerunner.

Sandy said...

I seem to be gravitating to the modern designers and fabric lines. I love the bold colors and textures.

Janet said...

600!! Wow--I have a long way to go.
www.ahugdelights.blogspot.com

jillquilts said...

Congrats on 600!!! Love the pyramid of jelly rolls at the bottom of your blog!!! ;)

My blog is http://jillquilts.blogspot.com

jillquilts said...

My favorite fabrics are brights right now. But I also love civil war repros even though I am just collecting them! lol

Laurie said...

WOW! Vickie!! What an incredible giveaway! How can time go by so quickly?? From Mid Ohio Knitter to Spun Sugar - I've enjoyed the ride. It's been wonderful to see your creative growth - it's been great to see your success :) Thanks for all that you've shared with us. I think you know my blog already - but come on over to win some patterns this week :)
http://www.ayankeequilter.blogspot.com

Carol said...

Congrats on your 600th post. I love reading your blog. My favorite tutorial is the Lil Zipper Bag. I've made a couple of them, fun cute bags.

Nancy said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! My blog is private, which is a little lame, but I do it for the safety!
spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

Nancy said...

I like the Windmill Tablerunner Tutorial! Thanks again.

Nancy said...

My favorite fabrics are the modern ones. And the line I'm digging the most right now is Fandango. Gorgeous!

Jackie said...

Happy 600! What an accomplishment!

I love all fabric particularly repros but I'm trying to step away from my traditional roots and get more into modern fabrics.

webmailaddress2 said...

I really like your cube pincushion tutorial on MBS.

webmailaddress2 said...

My favorite fabric style is modern. Love the bright colors!

sweetbabies00 said...

Congratulations on 600! I had a hard time choosing, but the simple strips baby quilt is my favorite tutorial. :)

Regina said...

http://thequeenbeesbuzz.blogspot.com/

Regina said...

Favorite fabric style? Changes like the weather - but currently probably modern.

Leah said...

I found you through Miss Punkie Pie

My favorite style right now is the 1930's repos. I also like any jewel tone quilts. Those two are at the top of my list.

My Blog is http://quilteddelights.blogspot.com/

Leah said...

Out of all your tutorials my top two favorites are the windmill table runner and the charming pincushion. Two more projects to add to my want to make list. :)

Leah said...

I am now a follower!

Christine M said...

Six hundred posts! That's a lot.
http://www.macdonaldspatch.blogspot.com

Christine M said...

I like all sorts. I'm working on a 1930's double wedding ring quilt at the moment. I've also got a pile of Civil war reproductions all ready and waiting for me!

Christine M said...

I like your sugar cube pin cushion tutorial.

Katrina said...

http://kcalgary.blogspot.com/
I am a new blogger :)

Katrina said...

I love modern fabrics!

Theresa said...

Wow!! 600 posts!!! What an achievement!!! I love reading them, so keep them coming!!!!

my blog:
http://giraffexing.blogspot.com/

Theresa said...

My favorite fabric style? Hum... I'm not really sure yet, since I'm new to the quilting world!! But I would say right now maybe is toward modern...

Theresa said...

I enjoying reading all your tutorials, but the South Carolina tablerunner really helped me with the quilt I am working on right now!! Plus the colors are beautiful!! I love it!!

Peach Rainbow said...

http://peachrainbow.blogspot.com/

Peach Rainbow said...

i love the Windmill Tablerunner Tutorial and the cube pin cushion tutorial.

Peach Rainbow said...

I love small floral prints in light colors.

Ms Muffin said...

http://muffinsnmore.blogspot.com/
You are very welcome to come on over and visit! :-) Glad to have you!
Also there are two giveaways going on right now on my blog ... one should be at the top and you find a link to the other one in the post - also the links are again on the right side of the blog in a little text box. Just if you happen to like giveaways yourself ... ;-)

ulli-xox[at]web[dot]de

upstateLisa said...

600 post! wow! http://upstatelisa.blogspot.com

upstateLisa said...

love the apple core table topper

upstateLisa said...

I absolutely love brights, black and whites and polka dots. Nothing subtle about me!

Ms Muffin said...

LOVE the candy button quilt tutorial!
So cute!

ulli-xox[at]web[dot]de

Ms Muffin said...

Favourite fabric style ... hard one. I just fell in love with the fabric line called PURE by Sweetwater for Moda fabrics. No idea what style that is ... but LOVE it! :-)

ulli-xox[at]web[dot]de

SoozeM said...

What a great giveaway!!! I love surprises :)

http://www.piecefulthreads.blogspot.com

SoozeM said...

My favorite fabric style changes regularly, but at the moment I am loving "happy" fabrics like Bliss, 12 Days of Christmas, Fandango, etc.

Jenny said...

http://www.cutsewironrepeat.blogspot.com/

thanks for a chance!

Jenny said...

i love working with stripes and plaids and solids.

SoozeM said...

My favorite tutorial of yours is the apple core table topper tutorial, those apple cores are really scary to sew together once you start attaching the rows, and I can't wait to try your glue trick!

Zegi said...

I have 2 - pioneerquilter.com and zegiquiltbug.blogspot.com. I love reading your blog. Thank you for the giveaway!

Zegi said...

My favorite tutorial is for the little zippered bag. So cute! I loved the pin cushion sew along too but I have to confess to simply observing and not sewing :)

Zegi said...

My favorite fabrics are classified only as pretty. If it is civil war and pretty, I like it! Twenties and pretty, I like it! Though I do have to admit that there is no such thing as an Amy Butler print that is not pretty. So I guess she is my favorite.

Sherry said...

Well 600 post good for us and thanks to you for all the great info. I'm not much of a bloger but I love to follow. So thanks for all the 600 blogs that you have given us.

Tamera said...

Vicki, WOW! What a great giveaway!

Come visit my blog, I'd love to have you!

http://www.tameraquilts.blogspot.com

Tamera said...
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Tamera said...

Vickie, my favorite tutorial is the one on half square triangles.

Tamera said...

My favorite fabric style is 1930s reproductions. It reminds me of my grandma who got me started quilting and I have a TON of them!

Eileen said...

http://eileen-themissingpiece.blogspot.com/

Eileen said...

my favorite fabric: any batik

Eileen said...

Vickie - I love the quilted carrots and Auntie Tablecloth - honestly, they are all impressive...you do wonderful work.

Tamera said...

I blogged about your giveaway and here's the link.

http://tameraquilts.blogspot.com/2010/10/amazing-giveaway.html

Quilts and Cats said...

I'd love to have you visit my blog:
http://www.quiltsandcats-lynnedemeter.blogspot.com

Eileen said...

Vickie - I have posted on my blog...here:
http://eileen-themissingpiece.blogspot.com/2010/10/hey-all-vickie-from-sugar-spun-quilts.html

Quilts and Cats said...

Although I like all your posts I really enjoyed the Giant Pincushion Tutorial.

Quilts and Cats said...

Recently my favorite fabrics have been the designs by Sandy Gervais for Moda. I'm not sure if this would be a "modern" fabric, but I sure love her colors.

Sandy said...

I love the 30's reproduction tutorial. Congradulations on your 600th and, thanks for the giveaway!

Renea said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I do not have a blog but would love to be included in the giveaway.

Renea said...

I love 30's fabric and any pattern that goes along with those fabrics.

Renea said...

I really like the peppermint path tutorial.

an encourager said...

Love your blog! I did post about your giveaway this morning...

http://anencourager.blogspot.com/2010/10/sew-much-fall-fun.html

an encourager said...

Brown paper bags bring sweet memories of peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, with grape jam that kind of seeps through the white bread... :) Making a new memory (as in winning one of your scrumptious prizes) would be a blast!

http://anencourager.blogspot.com

an encourager said...

Hi again... My favorite fabric is always the one I am working on! You know... you walk into the quilt shop, fall in love, take it home to meet your machine... then go back to the quilt shop and begin all over again! :)

an encourager said...

How fun to get to look at all those tutorials! My fav is that Candy Button quilt. So very cute and frolicky!!! Thanks for teaching us!

Heather said...

Yahhh a new giveaway!! Congrats on your 600th post! I read everyone of them! I love your work.

Heather said...

I love your dreaming of south carolina table runner. You always have cute table runners on this blog!!
h_freund@Hotmail.com

Heather said...

I love any line by Amy Butler!! She always comes out with new fabric lines that just gets me so excited!!

Cindy N. said...

Wow 600 posts thats amazing! Keep up the great blog...http://yankeevalleystitcher.blogspot.com/

Cindy N. said...

my absolute favorite fabrics to work with are reproduction. I do enjoy fall fabrics too....something about them makes me want to create!! Cindy

Cheryl said...

cherylshtuff.blogspot.com

Cheryl said...

I love the peppermint path tutorial!

Cheryl said...

I love reproduction prints.

Kim D. said...

Createandsew.blogspot.com

Kim D. said...

Congrats on 600 Vicki, that's a real milestone. I love your Aunti Tablecloth it's beautiful!

Kim D. said...

My favorite fabric style is modern, but I love it all. Thanks for the chance to win Vicki, you have some fantastic prizes. :)

moramargaritaster said...

Congrats on 600 post!!Yuo have great tutorial.I love little zipper pouch,your yoyos,pinkcushion.

moramargaritaster said...

Thanks for the giveaway.Awesome
moramargaritaster.blogspot.com

moramargaritaster said...

MY favorite fabrics modern and retro,I like traditional quilts,but like interplay with fabrisc and styles.

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

Fantastic giveaway!

http://dottyjanedesigns.blogspot.com/

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

I love the Patriotic Pinwheel tablerunner. Great way to make pinwheels!

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

I like modern fabrics with lots of bold colors.

Farm Girl said...

My favourite tutorial is definitely Skinny Verna, I love it, and was thrilled with the one I made. I have another one ready to go in 'Martinique' fabric too!
Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.
Nicky in NZ
http://farmgirlstitching.blogspot.com

Kim said...

right now my fav style is modern!

Kim said...

I do like the figgy four patch tutorial best. Thanks for sharing, Kim

A Girl said...

My little blog... http://agirlinparadise.blogspot.com/

A Girl said...

My favorite tutorial is the charming pincushion #1. I am a sucker for pincushions.

A Girl said...

I am loving anything with cute little forest creatures.

Judy said...

Love your blog and congrats on 600+ posts. That's a lot! I'm also having a giveaway!!

http://judy-judysfabricaddiction.blogspot.com/

Judy said...

I love fabric!
http://judy-judysfabricaddiction.blogspot.com/

Judy said...

I like your tutorial on the baby quilt. That could be a very fast project. Thanks
http://judy-judysfabricaddiction.blogspot.com/

marilyn said...

I'm going to say my favorite tute is the Peppermint Path because it it RED, my favorite color and it uses the GO cutter because I've been drooling over that ever since it came out :)

marilyn said...

http://northhillsquilter.blogspot.com

marilyn said...

My style is Kitchen Sink. I throw everything any anything together. Scrappy, or just thrifty? Is that a style? I wear jeans and a t shirt so maybe comfortable is what you might call it :)

marilyn said...

I'm almost to 600 posts myself. congrats on the milestone and thanks for the giveaway and chance to win. Looks like some great gifts!

Barb said...

What a fun way to celebrate

www.bejeweledquilts.blogspot.com

Barb said...

I don't know if I have a fabric style, I love colors...not afraid of them and yet I love the Thimbleberries fabrics.

Gretchen said...

http://stellabellaquilts.blogspot.com

LOVE your posts:) Congrats on 600 posts WOW!!!

Gretchen said...

I'm a follower :)

Gretchen said...

I blogged about your giveaway.

Gretchen said...

The Figgy Four Patch is my favorite tutorial. A great quilt for a quick gift!!!

Becky said...

600 posts and 600 plus followers, very impressive! It's a goal I'd love to achieve.

http://quiltingbooklady.blogspot.com

Thanks for the opportunity to win one of your "goody" bags:)

Kasey said...

I love your blog... always something fun to see! Mine's not quite as refined, but I try.
bombletquilts.blogspot.com

Becky said...

My favorite tutorial is the Patriotic Pinwheel Table Runner. Love the way you construct the half-square triangles.

Becky said...

My favorite tutorial is the Patriotic Pinwheel Table Runner. Love the way you construct the half-square triangles.

Kasey said...

My favorite tutorial is the Sugar cube pincushions!!! I LOVE CANDY and lately, pincushions have been almost an obsession... the sugar cubes are on the top of the list to make!

Becky said...

I don't know if this is a type of fabric but I seem to love everything by the Moda designers:) My favorites are the designs by 3 Sisters, but I love the patriotic designs by Minnick and Simpson, too. I do like reproduction fabrics especially civil war repros.

Take care!

Kasey said...

My favorite fabric style is BRIGHT. While I love the history behind some classics like civil war prints and shirtings, I love color, lots and lots of color-- perhaps as a reaction to all the sadness that surrounded me for so long. It's approaching a year since my dad lost his 10 year battle with cancer, and when I had a melt-down yesterday, I cured it by heading to my sewing area and playing with fabric-- BRIGHT fabric. My little sewing caddy borders on obnoxious when seen in person, so I love it.

Kasey said...

http://bombletquilts.blogspot.com/2010/10/found-another-giveaway.html

Just blogged about your lovely blog and giveaway!!! <3 it!

Lovie said...

My blog url, which I don't keep up with. http://loviesquiltsandlife.blogspot.com/

Lovie said...

My favorite of your tutorials, is one of the first I found doing a search after getting my GO. The Easy Flag Quilt. Being retired military I love doing flags. Current working on gathering the fabric for Tumbler, Applecore, and Half-Sq Flags.

Lovie said...

Fabric style - changes day by day. Most of my stash is 30's fabrics. Currently I am drawn to the bright colors, but am also gathering red/cream/blue for patrotic quilts. Basic when it comes to fabric and quilting - all fabrics are my favorites,

Marcia said...

Of your tutorials, my favorite is the Figgy Four Patch.

Marcia said...

My favorite fabrics tend to be modern or batiks or floral. Unfortunately, I cannot own all that I want!

Mary said...

My favorite tutorial is the patriotic pinwheels, because I love the way you sewed all the way around the square and then cut diagonally to get the four half-square triangles. What a wonderful idea! I can't think of how many times I've just sewn four sets of triangle pairs, and how much hard that is to do.
Congrats on 600 posts.

Mary said...

I don't have a blog, because I have such slow internet service and I would probably pull my hair out every time I tried to download anything. Me with a bald head would not make a pretty sight. BUT... if I did have a blog I would be spreading the word about your wonderful blog with all the awesome things you show us - even though it takes me a while to be able to see them.

quiltmom said...

600 posts is quite a milestone- congratulations on writing so consistently. It is nice to meet you and to read a new to me blog.

You can find my blog here:
http://quiltmomsjourney.blogspot.com/
Regards,
Anna

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

http://www.hillbillyhandiworks.blogspot.com

quiltmom said...

my favorite kind of fabrics are florals, jewel tones and batiks but I love other kinds of fabrics too.
Thanks for the opportunity to win such nice things in your giveaway.
Regards,
Anna

Mary said...

I'm really having a hard time picking a favorite type of fabric - I like a wide variety - so I guess whatever I'm sewing at the time, which right now is Simple Abundance by Bonnie and Camille.

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

A very hard decision..but I think candy buttons

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

My favorite is modern. I am just beginning to use some traditional.

Mary said...

I forgot on my other posts to thank you for such a generous giveaway. The time and effort you put into your blog is greatly appreciated.

sewmeow said...

I already follow you. My favorite fabrics are the 30's reproduction prints....all of 'em and any of 'em. Thanks for the entries.

I'm having a giveaway over at my blog too.

Judy (aka sewfunquilts)
http://sewfunquilts-sewmeow.blogspot.com

Wendy said...

holy buckets! you need a disclaimer!! I scrolled all the way to the bottom of the comments and ran smack dab into the photo of your GORGEOUS stack of jelly rolls ... my heart stopped for just a sec ... wow! beautiful :)

.....

okay, I've settled again :)

my blog is:

http://why-knot-kwilt.blogspot.com/

Please stop by and at least sign up for the Fall into Fall giveaway :) Yours is so very cool, even if it's not for the to envy stack of jelly rolls :)

Wendy said...

Okay... breathing normal, I was prepared for your jelly roll stack .... {deep breath} :)

I've posted regarding your giveaway on my blog here:

http://why-knot-kwilt.blogspot.com/2010/10/600th-post-giveawayyes-i-said-600.html

Thank you again!!

Wendy said...

See this time, I didn't even have to go near the picture of your stack ... but I will take a peek before I check out of your blog ;)

My favorite style of fabric probably depends on the day :) ... trust me! ask my guildy friends!! I love Kansas Troubles with passion ... but absolutely adore Whimsical lines ...then show me a bright, bold colored fabric ... oh, oh, batiks, batiks .... then .... aren't you glad you asked ?

pastels, lets not forget pastels ... I have one heck of a stash closet!!

Yes, I sneak fabric into the house, usually ordered off the internet and delivered while same money earner is at work during the day ....

Suzan said...

Congratulations on your 600th post!

Suzan said...

Loved your tutorial on the zipper bag.

Liz said...

http://quiltznhoez.blogspot.com/

It's new, so don't expect too much!

Liz said...

I like the Auntie tablecloth tutorial!

Liz said...

I blogged here:

http://quiltznhoez.blogspot.com/2010/10/giveaways-to-enter-this-week.html

Liz said...

My favorite styles are 1930s and modern, but I already have a lot of 1930s, so modern is what I need more of.

CraftyMummy said...

Fabulous giveaway! Thank you!
http://mummycrafts.blogspot.com/

CraftyMummy said...

Love the Windmill Table Runner Tutorial - you make it look really easy

craftymummy2@gmail.com

CraftyMummy said...

I always used to love the country quilting fabrics, like Debbie Mumm. But these days I seem to lean toward a much more modern style and more modern fabrics - brighter colours too - like Riley Blake and Tula Pink

PaTcHwOrK jEnN said...

http://patchworkpossiblities.blogspot.com/

Thanks for hosting such a fun giveaway. congrats on 600 posts.

Debbie said...

Great prizes in the photos, Vickie. Would love the surprise in the envelope. http://debbiesfiberwork.blogspot.com

Debbie said...

Not listed as a tutorial, but my favorite is the instructions for the hexagon pincushion.

Debbie said...

Currently, my favorite fabric style is batiks!

Sunnybec said...

Hi dont know if I am eligible to enter as I live in France but... I am anyway! My favourite fabric is anything Moda, I just love it all.

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

Here is my blog site:

http://infinityquilter.blogspot.com/

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

I like brights and anything Moda!

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

I like your apple core tutorial.

KTMae said...

titanpink.blogspot.com

KTMae said...

I am digging on your lil'zipper bag tutorial. I might try it today.

KTMae said...

I have blogged: http://titanpink.blogspot.com/2010/10/more-giveaways.html

KTMae said...

My favorite style to quilt and sew with are along the lines of Stonehenge, Moda Marbles, Michael Miller Krystals. I really like the mottled tone on tone.

Adele said...

I am new to the blogworld...so my blog is not as exciting as most.

adelemerrell.blogspot.com

I hope I win FABRIC !

Quiltsmiles said...

Congratulatiosn on 600 posts, way to go! Love your tutorials and to be hosted on Moda Bake Shop - swoon. My fav's of yours are your pinwheel runner,chenille hotpads AND the zippered tote.

Susan said...

http://thelazystitcher.blogspot.com/

Susan said...

Love the candy button quilt tutorial you did.

Susan said...

I don't know that I have a favorite style/fabric line...I just buy whatever catches my eye and go from there.

quiltma said...

Ok so I jumped in with both feet and created a blog so it's new and very basic to start with.
Another door open in my life.
http://suesquiltinghaven.blogspot.com/

quiltma said...

I blogged about your giveaway here is the link
http://suesquiltinghaven.blogspot.com/2010/10/wonderful-giveaway.html

quiltma said...

30 fabrics tend to be where my eye is drawn but they have been wandering over to the Civil War prints also.

quiltma said...

My favorite tutorial is the Weekend Kitchen Ensemble.

Mommarock said...

Congrats on your 600th! I'm at like 6 or 7 on my blog so I have a long way to go. I can't pick a favorite tut as I'm a beginner, and they ALL are so very helpful.

A said...

Hi my blog is http://scissorsandthread.blogspot.com

A said...

I really like your 4 patch figgy tutorial.

A said...

My favourite style is modern

SheilaC said...

Thank you for a wonderful give away!

http://myemptynestisfullofcathair-sheilac.blogspot.com/

SheilaC

MaddyMazeStudio said...

I oove reproduction florals. The lerger the print the better. I also love what the new designers are doing today....love florals in general.

SheilaC said...

I like the zipper bag tute... I am always so intimidated by zippers :)

SheilaC

Winona said...

I am glad I found your blog. It looks very interesting. I have become a follower.
Congratulations on 600 posts. You can get to my blog by clicking on my name. Winona

Winona said...

I checked out your tutorial. They are very nicely done, by the way. My favorites are the apple core table topper and the windmill table runner. They are both so cute. I couldn't decide which I liked better. (grin) Winona

Natys said...

Just stuff what a promisisng word

www.manualidando.blogspot.com

Thanks

Natys said...

Mmmmmm hard Im gonna say Dreaming of South Carolina Tablerunner but i also love Lil Zipper Bag this one im gonna make it for a christmas gift

Natys said...

I dont know about tpes of fabrics but i guess Modern

Kelsey Rose said...

kelseyprantis.blogspot.com

Though you'll have to forgive the lapse since my last post, I just had a baby last week and am still playing catch-up. :)

Kelsey Rose said...

My favorite tutorial is your Yo-yo quilt tutorial. :)

Kelsey Rose said...

Hmm, I guess my favorite fabric is more based on colors than any particular time period or style, though I do tend to lead towards a simplistic elegance sort of look usually. But I love bright, vibrant colors, and certain hues just call to me from the shelves. :)

Karin said...

Wow - 600!! congratulations!! You must have a lot to say, so I'm surely going to become a follower...and see where you take me. You can read about our travels, my sewing & how it takes over the camper, and sometimes my rants about what's wrong with this picture over at http://blog.thecallanders.name.

Yes, you read that right - (dot)name. Don't ask - the story's really boring.

Karin said...

OK, so now I'm a follower too. Now I'm gonna go check out the tutes and see what I can learn!

Karin said...

I just LOVE the quilted carrots. But there were so many good tutes it was really hard to chose just one fave!

Karin said...

Oh, yeah, my favorite fabric. I think any batik, but mostly those with teal, purple and dark green are my absolute faves.

Laine said...

I don't have a blog of my own but I sure do spend a lot of time reading yours and everyone elses.

lsandes@comcast.net

janieg said...

I like any fabric.....especially if it has some blue in it! I like your chenille hot pads. So good looking and so useful. Perfect for neighborhood Christmas gifts!
I have no blog....when would I have time to sew and sing?

Laine said...

I liked your Simple Strip Baby Quilt.

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Laine said...

I don't think I have "a" favorite fabric. I like way too many kinds. It totally depends on what I am making and who for.

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Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Hey Vickie - you must really like blogging to post 600 times.
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Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

My favorite tutorial was also a Moda Bake Shop recipe - the Dreaming of South Carolina table topper. I have a connection to SC and the Swanky fabric has always been one of my favorites.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

My favorite style of fabric is probably modern. I say that because I have all different kinds in my stash, but pull the modern most of the time. Congratulations again on 600 posts!

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