Time for a give-away!

1.29.2013

* Sign ups are now closed...Winner will be drawn tomorrow. =D*

Why? Just because. =) 

Okay, it may have something to do with the 300 followers milestone that I crossed today. =)

So, who wants a copy of the Fat Quarters Anonymous book by Daniela Stout and one yard of Mrs. Sew and Sew to add to their stash? 


Entering is simple. I like simple...

Leave a comment sharing what quilt (or project) you want to make this year. 

If you are a follower (new followers are welcome), leave a second comment letting me know for a second chance to win. =)

**This is important...Make sure there is a way for me to contact you, otherwise you can't win. **

Yes, I will ship internationally. =)  

Give away will close on Thursday at 6 pm CST. I will draw a winner on Friday, February 1st. 

Have a happy week!! =D


104 comments:

  1. This year I want to make a collection of small quilts. I'm fairly new to your blog, and enjoy reading it.

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  2. I have been looking at a scrappy version of the Ocean Waves quilt for some time and really want to accomplish it by the end of the year. But, in all honesty, I am not very good at making half square triangles so my realistic goal is to practice making half square triangles in as many scrap patterns/blocks as possible. This book looks very interesting and hopefully will provide some possabilities. This is my first visit to your blog...checking out the Dresden posts and am loving all of the ideas that have been presented. Thanks for sharing and for having such a great give away.

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  3. This year I want to make a Dresden quilt. I have been inspired by all of the Dresdens I've seen on this hop. Thanks for the giveaway,

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  4. I've been wanting to make a swoon quilt, for sure this will be the year. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  5. This year I would like to try an applique project.

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  6. I would like to make a guy quilt this year. I always seem to pick pretty floral fabric to work with, but the guys need a quilt too :-) Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  7. This year I want to make a quilt for my brother and his wife.

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  8. This year, I want to make a traditional red and white quilt. I think they are so elegant and attractive. I've had a difficult time deciding on a perfect pattern, but I think the drunkard's path block may be the way I go.

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  9. I have some weddings to go to this year so that calls for three quilts. I also have some projects that I began last year that need to be finished.It will be a busy year for me. Thanks for the chance to win such a nice book.
    Regards from Alberta,
    Anna

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  10. I also am a new follower. thanks for participating in the blog hop- it has been a fun journey.
    Regards from Alberta,
    Anna

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  11. I follow you by email. Keep those great posts headed my way. Thanks for the giveaway and congrats on reaching the 300 follower milestone!

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  12. Congratulations on 300 followers!

    I'm planning on making a Twister quilt this year.

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  13. Congrats on the 300 followers! I am making seasonal lap quilts this year!

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  14. I am a GFC follower.. I Enjoy your blog:)

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  15. Congratulations on the milestone Amy!!

    I'm wanting to get onto making my Swoon quilt for my own bed, and one for my daughter over the coming year - well, ideally before it gets cooler iin the middle of the year!

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  16. Congrats on the 300 followers! I'd like to make a Chevron quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. Congratulations on 300 followers!
    I'm planning on working on my Farmer's Wife Quilt, playing with Dresden Plates and Paper Piecing!

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  18. I'm working on an embroidered quilt that i need to finish getting parts for and finish.

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  19. I have 40+ quilt tops I have to get quilted and I want to make a textural quilt for a little girl who is blind. Thanks for the opportunity to win this great book!

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  20. I have a lot of UFOs to finish this year but I'm looking forward to trying screen printing with Lu Summers in March.

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  21. I'm hoping to finish the Row-a-Long with Amy. I'm a bit slow, but hope to put in some good effort soon. Thanks so much for your generous giveaway!

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  22. YAY! I'm already a follower. Congrats on 300!!

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  23. p.s. oops! I mean Lori. So sorry.

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  24. Hi Amy. Love your blog. I have been humming and arring about making a dresden quilt for ages and this year it Will get done. I have been collecting blue and white fabrics for this. I just need to get cutting.

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  25. I'm definitely a follower! I love all your projects and your creativity! :)

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  26. I have so many quilts that I want to make that I just can't decide. Really! I've been wanting to make a dresden quilt, pinwheel quilt, one with embroidery... and many many more! Maybe some day I'll decide and actually get started! ;)

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  27. I am working on a crib size hexie quilt for my someday granddaughter!
    Doulakaren@yahoo.com

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  28. I am a follower!
    Doulakaren@yahoo.com

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  29. This year I want to start my Farmer´s wife quilt

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  30. I always wanted to make a panel quilt, so that's what I'm going to make this year :)

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  31. I always enjoy your blog ^_^ I have it listed on my reader :)

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  32. I just found your blog, and I love it. Wonderful giveaway, how very generous of you. I love the sewing themed fabric, as well. Thanks again, and I look forward to following your blog.

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  33. I just started 8 different quilts this month of ones I want to make this year, and I am getting ready to FINALLY start my rainbow Dear Jane too.

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  34. I am a follower of your blog.

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  35. I am hoping to make a Chevron quilt for my son & daughter-in-law. They had an outdoor wedding over looking the Mississippi River. All the guys wore matching shirts & I have those shirts sew I can cut them apart to use in the quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  36. Your giveaway sounds wonderful and I'd like to enter. I have no plans for a large quilt project at present...only working on smallish quilts for Project Linus.

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  37. This is fun. I want to make Swoon and also some sort of quilt pattern using triangles. I haven't decided which one yet.
    Shawn

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  38. I really want to make a quilt with a jelly roll of Blitzen that I got for my birthday!

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  39. This year, I want to finish a quilt for my grandson who will be graduating from high school and also quilt something special for my mom.

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  40. This year, I want to do a Judy Neimeyer quilt.

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  41. I have four quilt yops that are finished and have to be backed, basted, quilted and bound. No more projects until they are done! Thanks for the chance to win and for sharing your Dresden!!

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  42. I want to master frame purses!

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  43. Good morning, Amy! Hope all is well with you! I am still working on my new grand-daughter Madeline Grace's (born last Friday) quilt with the Moda Modern Vintage fabrics. One of my older daughters, Mary-Katherine, will turn 21 this year and she fell in love with the Modern Vintage fabrics, so as soon as I finish Madeline's quilt, I plan to begin Mary-Katherine's!

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  44. So many projects to do! But, right now I'm working on a tablecloth for our new(ish) table. I'm using Heather Mulder Peterson's Seaside Cottage fabric. Love it! I have an idea rolling around in my head for a St. Barths quilt, so that may be next. Who knows! :)

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  45. I've been a follower for a while! I love all your Dresden inspiration :o)

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  46. My next project is a quilt made from men's shirts.

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

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  47. My next project is a quilt for my new guest room!

    lindapawlak at verizon dot net

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  48. I am a follower!

    lindapawlak at verizon dot net

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  49. My next project??Just to finish one I of the many UFO's I have found around the house. LOL Thanks for the giveaway, and congratulations on the 310 followers.

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  50. OH and of course I am one of the 310.

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  51. I started counting today....um yeah...I have almost 30 UFO quilts. My finish this year??? so many choices I want to finish my flying geese quilt that I started almost 30 years ago. It is the oldest UFO I have other than my Dresden plates that I started making when I was 5 years old.

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  52. I am a new follower. Love your sewing space!

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  53. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU VIA BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yaho.com

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  54. HI! I'M MAKING A BABY GIFT QUILT NEXT>LIGHT GREEN+WHITES! THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  55. I have been following you for awhile now. Love your blog. Everyday when I see quilting sheep it puts a smile on my face. I hope to do Dresden pattern this year also a scrappy quilt, some applique, & if you have another hour to nread I'd like to do it all, lol
    Thanks & hopefully this time next year you"ll have 3 thousand readers.
    Kathy, I'm a follower also

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  56. This year I want to make small table toppers for each month. Thank you for the great giveaway.
    jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  57. I am a follower! jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  58. Hi! I am a faithful follower! Love reading about your projects and your adventures. Thank you for your tutorials!

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  59. I recently saw a Lynda Hall pattern for a quilt piece called, "Old Ben's Bonnet." I ordered the pattern and plan on finally making something for ME! Of course that may be after I finish a Christmas tree skirt for a May wedding, a baby girl quilt for a new granddaughter for a friend, and plan out a new baby quilt for my new grandbaby due in August.

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  60. I am still finishing a Christmas quilt...maybe be finished by next year! In between, I want to make a quilt from Fig Tree's new book for me, and a quilt for my son.

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  61. I am a faithful follower. Love the email reminder!

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  62. i want to learn to free motion quilt

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  63. Wow, thanks for the giveaway. I'm finishing up a queen sized quilt for my daughter and son-in-law - my largest quilt so far!! Then it's on to a Quilt of Valor for our son who's soon to be deployed to Afghanistan.

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  64. I'm a new follower. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  65. I'm a new follower and a fellow sister in Christ!

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  66. My goal this year is to make one small landscape quilt every month. This month I made 6 of the same fall woodland scene and have gifted 5 of them.

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  67. Hi Amy! I LOVE that Sew & Sew fabric. I have some in the basement, just waiting for the proper project. I'm gathering ideas for it now. If I win, it would be an early birthday present for me. I'm planning on paper piecing the Harry Potter Project of Doom quilt (times 2) this year with another blogger buddy. We are a family of Harry fanatics!

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  68. 300 followers! Great! I've been one for quite a while now.

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  69. Woohoo! 300 followers is awesome! I'm in the process of a rail fence quilt but have a lovely Indigo Crossing jelly roll just waiting for me to turn it into something fantastic for my 13 yo son.

    Michelle Taylor
    mtaylor944@att.blackberry.net

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  70. Almost done with a flimsy of a pattern called Winding Star for my Mom. Looking forward to quilting it and giving it to her. It will be my first Full size quilt.

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  71. I started a Betsy's Closet- in stitches quilt last year. i would really like to finish it this year. Happy 300 followers!

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  72. Oh, I have so many I'd love to finish! I think I'd most like to finish a pair of quilts for my daughters, one is basted and the other has all the blocks done. pbstrand@msn.com

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  73. I want to make tee shirt quilts for each of my kids this year.

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  74. i would love to finally make a Christmas quilt this year.

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  75. I subscribe to you via rss feed.

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  76. I have many many many UFOs that need attention, but I am hoping to start a few scrappy Christmas quilts too this year!

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  77. I'd like a chance to win that book. If I do, you can draw a second number and give them the fabric. I had something like that years ago, and I don't think that I would use it. You're so sweet to do this......thank you.

    For a project, I'd like to find the perfect little thing in which to use my "Dream On" charm pack.

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  78. I'm a follower and would like to have a second chance at that book !

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  79. E eu aqui de longe(Brasil)faço parte deste 312 seguidores e subindo.Parabéns.Vou roubartilhar este link para para minhas amigas.Posso?Parabéns !!!!tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  80. Yay, on 300 followers!! Would love a chance to win!! Thanks for a sweet giveaway!! I am working on a patchwork vintage quilt that I am eager to finish! xo Heather

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  81. I have a go to quilt pattern very simple that use often....I would like to work with a different pattern! So nice of you to host this giveaway!
    Chris

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  82. I am planning on finishing an I Spy quilt that was started a long time ago. There are also many UFO's that need some attention.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  83. gfc follower: nicolesender
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  84. Congrats on 300 followers Amy!!

    I would of course love to win, and while I have been an email subscriber for a long while now, I only today realized I was not a GFC follower...Forgive me?

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  85. A swoon quilt.. I think they are so pretty. Congrats on the 300 followers

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