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Monday, October 13, 2014

Giveaway Linkup

   Vicki Welsh has a giveaway promotion on her blog right now. I am linking up with it and hope someone wants the whole bunch of new quilt ideas for free! Here are the patterns I will pack up for you and send in the giveaway if you would comment and let me know something about your quilts! Make sure I can get intouch with you and that you are not an unreachable blogger!

36 comments:

Julie in GA said...

I would love to win these patterns. I am especially fascinated by the one at the bottom of the photo.
My most recent quilt finish was a fall sampler quilt. You can see it here:
http://quiltsandcostumes.blogspot.com/2014/09/friday-finish.html

Kathy Davis said...

My quilts are usually traditional/country quilts.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Renea said...

My quilts are mostly scrappy ones. My family loves them! Thanks for the giveaway.

PK Sews said...

Oh what a great assortment of patterns! Thanks for the chance to win! I like sewing a variety of quilts - traditional and art. But I don't take many pictures. There are a couple here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/112865627@N06/

Janie said...

What a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

Peg said...

What a nice idea. All of the kits look so appealing. I mostly make landscape/picture quilts out of recycled fabric. I've never used a pattern before - always just winged it. (maybe that's why I do landscapes - I'm a little intimidated about the precision that geometricals demand).

Leslie Bower said...

I make quilts for charity (the Santa Train which runs through impoverished towns of VA, TN, and KY the saturday before Thanksgiving) and for wounded military. I am always looking for new patterns to try. Thank you for the chance to win.

Pauline G said...

What a great giveaway - I love trying new projects and just finished a world map quilt I found on the web. Would love to try some of those you have chosen

Wendy said...

what great patterns, they would make a lovely addition to anyone's sewing room...I tend to make a lot of utility quilts so they will be used and not stored...

Kathy H said...

Great patterns, the package with a bow looks like a great Christmas or birthday quilt. I like traditional quilts but am trying to work a quilt from the modern group every once in a while.

Karens Quilts, Crows and Cardinals said...

Linda -- thanks for the great giveaway. My quilting interest fall primarily with applique - albeit wool or cotton applique. I also love to free motion quilt. It's sweet of you to share your patterns.

Sarah said...

I would love these patterns; I don't have many yet. Something about my quilts is that they are all made from scraps or pieces of fabric that I find or am given. sarah@forrussia.org

Ruth Griffeth said...

I would love to win these! The one named "4th and 6th design" really has me! I also like "Chain,Chain, Chain

Veronika said...

Those patterns look great! How generous! I like to use bright colors in my quilts- I am always amazed how different it can look from the pattern just by changing up the colors!

Kathy E. said...

I have made only one bed-sized quilt and that was about 35 years ago! It has been atop several beds and still goes with us on picnics and ball games. I love it!

karen a. said...

Scrappy, traditional, cheerful

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nicolesender said...

What an awesome giveaway! I am an amateur quilter. Just doing basic blocks at this point. Your patterns would be a great help.

Saundra McKenzie said...

This is a great giveaway. I really like the one with the sunshine.

Lisa Marie said...

My quilts usually have lots of different fabrics in them. My favorite style might be called "controlled scrappy". I love bright, clear colors and I love trying new patterns. Thanks for the chance to win!

lalaluu said...

Oooh, patterns! I somehow feel that you can never have too many patterns (but that you CAN have too much fabric). Probably one of the few quilters that thinks that! My quilts are eclectic, which if I were said to have a "style", would be it. After all, I have three different upholstered dining room chairs (still looking for that fourth to round out the random set!).

john hutchens said...

I am pretty new to quilting and really enjoy seeing the beautiful quilts. I am slow but steady at learning new techniques . I love all the pattern and block construction
cooladam1 at live dot com

Gill said...

I mostly make traditional quilts and I give nearly all of them away!

quilter said...

Looks like some great patterns. I have been mostly traditional in picking patterns and fabric. I give them away.
cork@pa.rr.com

Anonymous said...

Very generous - thank you! My quilts tend to be bright. I like to play with color, so I stay away from muted tones like Civil War repros.

Andrea
kmen3035 at hotmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I love to make scrap quilts and applique is my favourite quilting technique.
wlinda_ca (at) yahoo (dot) com

Havplenty said...

I love color so my quilts tend to be colorful and bright. I also like scrappy so I am on a scrappy quilt binge right now.

tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

Alexis Borsboom said...

I'm a new quilter so all the help I can get is invaluable!

t_ktl@yahoo.com

Gwen said...

I tend to gravitate toward pieced quilts with a bit of applique... and my color choices are as varied as they get! :-) What a nice bunch of patterns-- good variety there too! :-) Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Wendy said...

I'm a new quilter so i've only made a couple of quilts. I love it already though! Thanks for the generous giveaway

Lori said...

most of my quilts have been baby quilts. I am relatively new. Right now I am attempting a kings sized quilt for our sons wedding. It is all civil war blocks made with civil war fabrics. The blocks are from the book Civil War Sampler by Barbra Brackman. It is wonderful

Crickets Corner said...

What a great giveaway! I make everything from modern to traditional to applique quilts. I just love creating with fabric so anything is fair game when it come to the style.

Gidget said...

What a great giveaway... where would a person start?

OhioLori said...

I am pretty new really...but have made several wallhangings & throw sized quilts. I am hooked tho.... loooove making things, Have sewn "forever"..& always saved my scraps! lol So ready to make all sorts of quilts, huh? lol

Jen Barnard said...

My quilts are only in the single digits so far, I've made 3 1/2 wall hangings and 1 1/2 lap quilts.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com