Monday, September 3, 2012

Quilts From Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Giveaway

Hi everyone! Can you believe it is time for another magazine giveaway? It is time for "Quilts from Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks" to hit newsstands!


Remember this block?
"All Buttoned Up", Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks, Volume 5


I loved how it looked when arranged vertically in columns - a great baby or kid quilt! Or it could be great as a Quilt of Valor.


For this Quiltmaker issue, I alternated those vertical rows with some simple applique flowers!



Although I designed this quilt, I've been up to my ears in deadlines, so Quiltmaker arranged to have it pieced and sewn beautifully by Peg Spradlin. Thanks, Peg!

There are several ways to enter and win a copy of the magazine.

  1. First, you can leave a comment on this post telling everyone what you are planning to sew this month! (The deadline to enter on this blog is Thursday, September 6th at midnight.) 
  2. Second, you can visit Quiltmaker's blog Quilty Pleasures tomorrow, September 4th. (This link won't be active until then.) They are giving away a ton of magazines and also have links to every designer participating in the giveaway!
  3. And third, you can like and leave a comment on my facebook page. If you tell me what your favorite of my patterns is (listed in the left sidebar of this blog) I'll throw a copy in if you are the winner!  Again, the deadline to enter on facebook is Thursday, September 6th, at midnight.

That's it!  Good luck and happy sewing!
Amanda

169 comments:

Kathryn said...

This month I'm beginning Barbara Brackman's women's suffrage BOW.

ikceb said...

I'm going to work on a red, black, grey and white Swoon quilt!

Joyce said...

I am starting a Quilt of Valor for my son-in-law who is a Captain in the US Army. He has done tours in Iraq and Afghanistan but was returning to Germany from both so has never received one...and is so deserving!

Cecilia said...

I'm going to start a Turning Twenty quilt with batiks for my oldest daughter. Thanks for the chance to win.

Judy1522 said...

I haven't actually thought about what I will be starting this month because I will probably be finishing up some quilts that are already almost done. But if I do start something it probably will be some mug rugs and mini quilts for Christmas.

AlyceB said...

I'm starting my Japanese sampler quilt this month!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I am handquilting a mini quilt and also a king size quilt. I am going to sew a hooded jacket for my soon to be new grandson.

Jennie P. said...

I need to get some quilts started if I want to make them in time for Christmas gifts!

Marsha said...

I have a doll quilt to make for September and my son is getting married in October, so another quilt is in order! In between sewing, I have three weeks of events scattered throughout the next two months, whew! ! !

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Gostei mais da segunda com applique um dos meus vícios.Estou fazendo uma colcha alfabeto para meu neto que faz dois aninhos no próximo dia 18,tenho que acabar em tempo de .Obrigada,tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

I have a few quilts I need to finish up, so I will be working on those as much as I can in between finishing up a whole house remodel.

Mommarock said...

I am looking for an English Paper Piecing Project to work on this month. I think I need something smaller than a queen size quilt, so that I can finish it in a reasonable amount of time. I am always in search of EPP projects. It just doesn't seem like there are enough EPP patterns and projects available.

Gene Black said...

I am sewing a happy scrappy quilt that I am freeform piecing. I started it this weekend and it is moving along well. I am sure I will be sewing LOTS of other things too. Stop by my blog and check it out.

Debby said...

Sew many quilts, sew little time. Have one quilt on the machine to finish quilting, one sandwiched and pined, ready to go, another cut out and piecing, last but not least a quilt for DD that MUST be done by next weekend.

LJ said...

I've begun work on a baby quilt for grandbaby who is due in early November. I also have several quilting/sewing classes this month at my LQS. Should I mention UFOs? No, I guess not. :)

pcflamingo said...

I am going to sew what I am always sewing: quilts for the charity group I sew for - From Our Heart in the South Puget Sound area of Washington state.

Lisa Cox said...

I have to finish up my sister's sampler quilt by binding it, and I'm going to make 2 matching quilted pillow shams to go with it. It's a birthday/Christmas gift for this year.

Tamie said...

I just bought fabric today to try my first piece of clothing- a Tova. We'll see.

Joanne Lendaro said...

I hope to finish my Freddy Moran house block quilt....it's due in October!

SewCalGal said...

I'm working on finishing a couple of Christmas Wallhangings for a fundraiser and some for gifts, as well as doing FMQ on a Halloween quilt for my favorite niece and her family.

Love Quiltmaker 100 blocks issues and would certainly enjoy winning a copy of their most current issue. Thanks for the opportunity.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.co

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I'm working on a really cute pincushion with bag for my sewing space.

Thanks for the chance to win the magazine!

Lindsay said...

I am aiming to sew a small star wall quilt. Thanks for sharing with us!

Mystica said...

I need to do a quilt for my son in law. He has asked for one for Xmas.

Linda V said...

I hope and pray that I can work on my grandson's Christmas gift/quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Sewcando said...

I am working on a string quilt currently and Bonnie Hunter spools quilt block as my leader/ender challenge.

Pat V. said...

I am working on blocks for the online Super Mario QAL. I'm also doing rail fence blocks as leaders and enders. The Mario blocks have so many seams that I think the rail fence will be done first!

Christine M said...

This month I'm planning to start the hand quilting of my double wedding ring quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Salley said...

I am currently embellishing an applique wall hanging with stitchery...but the hand pieced sashing of a different quilt needs to be started this month...I at least bought the fabric today!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Sunnybec said...

This month has to be Christmas presents! Can you believe it's September already...I am only just getting over last Christmas! Thanks for the giveaway. Linda

Dawn said...

Roght now I'm quolting a top I made 20 yrs ago. Yep you read that right! :)

Deb said...

I am sewing all my bee blocks together this month and making a quilt out of them.

Gill said...

I'm planning on starting my 'Groove' quilt! I'm just waiting for the fabrics to arrive!

rush said...

last month, i un-sewed the ruffly borders off of a batik quilt. this month, i will get in gear and add the borders correctly! then, i will quilt it.

Margi said...

I just got back into the sewing room after a very long hiatus and a much needed clean out of the room. I put together 4 of the 13 blocks from the Quilting Gallery's QAL to get back into the techniques of piecing!

charlotte said...

I am starting to work on Christmas gifts. I have a bunch of wristlets and mug rugs to make.

Zuzan said...

Unpicking then sewing a circles quilt to put three borders on. Have it quilted (not by me) do binding & the fun bit add embellishements.

Lisa Marie said...

I'm working on a bed quilt that needs to be done and delivered on the 15th. Plus there will be lots of sewing on Christmas gifts.

Jane said...

I'll definately finish the quilting on a small scrap baby quilt and hope to quilt a guy-type top I finished earlier. Then there are the thousand and one other things I'd like to finish and the eleventy billion things I'd like to start. Thanks for the giveaway!

Julie said...

I am going to make a small quilt for my cubicle at work. Having a sample of my favorite hobby at work makes me happy.

JoyceLM said...

I'm working on finishing up some donation quilts. Got the tops done; just need to do the quilting & binding. Thanks for the giveaway.

bets said...

I want to make a spools quilt for my sewing room. Then...a few pincushions and a cute idea I saw- pincushion for sewing on your couch to hold pins, scissors and thread! Then....Halloween runner! Thanks...

Jeanie said...

Love the magazine! I'm working on the Giant Granny Panties quilt a long and I also just ordered some Moda Mini charms to make a mini quilt. Too many projects, too little time!

Aurea said...

Hi Amanda
This month I am doing small wall hangings,getting ready for hallowe'en. I have just started buying this mag and enjoy it very much. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Thanks for this chance Amanda...this month, I am hand quilting a king size log cabin. working on 2 QALs..and a blog hop for Halloween....whewwwwwwwww...lol

Martina said...

I am going to quilt the paperpieced treequilt I did for a challenge. Love how it turned out. Thanks for the chance to win this magazine.

Shari said...

I'm sewing scrappy potholders for birthdays and starting some secret Christmas business. Love your quilt.

Dana Gaffney said...

I'm just finishing up a lap quilt for a birthday coming up in October, then I'm going to start on some Christmas wall hangings and stockings. Thanks.

Quilting Babcia said...

Thanks for the giveaway! This month I'm piecing the last of six twin sized quilt tops, all are destined to be Christmas gifts for our six grandchildren. Three more to FMQ by the end of November!

tildiemae said...

I plan to sew my four grandchildren their Halloween costumes and start sewing a quilted banner for our church. Should keep me out of mischief!!

Beulah said...

Today I am working on a aptriotic quilt!

sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

I really like this quilt pattern of yours, it is so cheerful bright and happy...every time I see it I am reminded of my favorite Easter dress I had when I was a child.

sewandsew said...

I am sewing Quilts for Africa. A new hospital for women and children is opening in Dec and hope to have a new, small quilt on every bed. New patterns would be so great. Love your patterns.

Pamela said...

Thanks for the opportunity, Amanda. This month I hope to catch up on my Craftsy BOM. I would like to start Barabara Brackman's BOW (need to purchase the fabric). Plus several other items on my UFO list.

Sweetester1 said...

What a versatile block. I like that you can match it up with other blocks. Appreciate the giveaway.

Rhonda D. said...

Great giveaway! This month, I am
starting a row by row quilt. I am
also making some embroidered DOW
tea towels. Thanks for the chance
to win.

wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

pinsandneedles said...

I'm sewing a fall table topper, and a Halloween quilt in September. Thanks!

Catskill Quilter said...

I am working on a wedding quilt, and then I hope to tackle some UFO's -- too many UFO's!

kt said...

This month I am finishing my daughter's quilt top and getting it ready for quilting. I am also working on the Grandmother's Choice BOW. Great quilt! Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine!

cpup40 said...

This month I hope to finish "Hearts Desire Quilt" By Esther Aliu.

VickiT said...

Right now I'm working on the Quilting Gallery Quilt Along so that's one thing I'm working on this month. (I have a few of my blocks that I need to attempt to fix or remake them again sadly)

After that I recently got a new pattern for jeans from a blog for my 6 month old Granddaughter. I quickly made the first pair without finishing the waist to see how well they fit. They're perfect and so quick to make because you use old jeans and the bottom leg hems are used from the recycled jeans. Super fast to make but the day after I did this first test I woke the next day and did something to my knee and since then have been unable to walk or put pressure on my left leg so I've still not done much at all, especially sewing. :( Finally after two weeks of hobbling around my house using a wheeled walker I am feeling better and am crossing my fingers that it continues so I can start getting things done again. What a nightmare! I want to make more pants like this and add cute embroideries and other extra touches to each pair and will use cotton fabrics and maybe some knits to test those too.

And I just ordered fabric to make a tablet something for hubby's table that sits out while not being protected. It worries me that something might happen to it now that we've got three dogs running around our house and one of them chews everything as he is just a puppy.

Plus I'm starting to search for cute Halloween outfits to make for my 6 month old Granddaughter too even though she won't be trick or treating much at her age. Who can resist seeing an adorable baby in a cute costume though?

Thank you Amanda. I should have known after posting over at the Quiltmaker blog when asked to comment which is our favorite quilt that I had chosen yours without realizing it was made by you. I have always loved your work.

Michele said...

This month I need to get a baby girl quilt started and finished, I have a couple of blog hop projects that I am participating in to work on and I hope to get the quilt for my mom started.

shortseam said...

I have a new grandson and I plan on making him a quilt. I am thinking about the design and am still thinking about it!

beaquilter said...

cool block, I'm a follower

JanesQuilting said...

I enjoyed seeing both your quilts, but I especially like the flowered appliqued one best.

Tina O. said...

This would make a great addition to my magazine collection. I would love to see what quilts are in it.

Nancy in IN said...

I am machine quilting a scrappy string quilt for charity. I also will be making place mats for grands.

Margaret said...

I am currently working on the Groovy quilt-a-long. Thanks for a chance to win this magazine.

Sandra said...

I am still working on my blue and white queen-sized quilt. I am getting close of being done. I am so hooked on the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks and now there is another new one coming out. I love the vertical columns the best and you're right - cute enought for a boy or girl. Thanks for giving all of us a chance to win a copy of the magazine as well as a pattern.

Sandi T.
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Mary Ann said...

I'm making a miniature quilt and bedding for a doll bed made by my husband. He originally made it for our daughter and now it will be passed down to her daughter!

Lee Ann L. said...

I am not sure if I'll get a chance to sew this month. We're moving this month and also going to Dallas a weekend. I am missing sewing so much!

PS Love that quilt!

Dawn said...

I am working on Christmas gifts--Dresden tabletoppers with matching placemats--and a quilt for my about-to-turn-2 grandson. I need to get that quilt going!! :) Thanks for the giveaway! Good luck, Everyone! :)

Candace said...

This month I am going to work on T-shirt memory quilts to give my children for Christmas :D

Rachell said...

How cute and girly! Congrats!
My September list:
Quilting my two little firetrucks quilts for my little guys.
I'm going to try finishing the blocks for my Patriotic Sampler; maybe for Craft Buds?
Finish that skirt for my sister-in-law.

EvaLyn said...

Cute! Yes, yes, yes, I am going to sew this month. My daughter has started to learn so of course that is motivating. And I have painted my bedroom so we all know what that means!

Tracy said...

Apparently this month I can Do All The Things!

I signed up for a Halloween swap in one of the two forums I haunt. In the other, I committed to making a basket block for a quilt we're making for a friend's housewarming.

I'm hosting this month's Die Cutter's Guild meeting, so I'm making this month's BOM block AND the mini project.

Plus, I'm teaching/designing a mini row quilt (ROM) at my LQS, so I need to get September's row figured out, sewn and write the instructions.

I think I just realized why my UFO pile never gets any smaller. ;-)

Sylvia said...

I'm finishing up a quilt using the Disappearing Nine Patch block. The block is for my guild quilt show next month.

Sherri Noel said...

Hi! Thanks for a chance to win :o)
Gotta make some new quilted pillow covers for my couch! Small quick fun - no stress! lol

banjo795 said...

This past weekend, I went looking for a Halloween UFO that I started after Halloween last year. (It seems that I am never in the mood to work on seasonal projects until the holiday actually hits, LOL!) I plan to quilt it this month so that I can show it at the October meeting at my LQS. If I get it done, I will actually be ready for Halloween for a change!

desertskyquilts said...

I love what you did with this block. It would be so precious for a little girl. I would never have thought of making the block for a soldier, but putting it mentally in r/w/b . . . yeah, it works!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I'm working on a new applique project from the book A Bountiful Life. I love your strippy quilt--so fun!

Love to Learn said...

Hi Amanda,
First my mother in-law made 5 baby quilts and is letting us finish them on the longarm we all went in together to purchase, so we can practice our quilting. Then I plan on quilting my, Mary Englebreit "Caroler", log cabin quilt. I love your patterns and your blog! Thank you!
Brenda A.

Sandra Peters said...

Love your work! Thanks for sharing your talent and passion... it's inspiring!

giddy99 said...

I'm quilting my first quilt! A tree skirt. Wish me luck! :)

KaHolly said...

I have a couple of quilts to finish up - a granny square quilt and a comfort quilt for a sweet little 6 yr. old who has a very sick mommy. Then the sky's the limit!!

Ellee said...

Baby quilts and lap quilts -- lots to do! ... soparkaveataoldotcomt

stampmeup said...

I'm going to be machine quilting a quilt for a customer. I also want to make some small quilt projects like placemats and mugrugs!

Deb said...

I'm working on my local quilt shop's BOM this fall...but I'd still like to start something new. I'd love to win one of your giveaways!

Carolyn in Kentucky said...

I plan to work on my Story Quilts Garden Cats patterns and some of Carol Doak's BOMs.

Rebecca Grace said...

I just finished a huge quilting project, and I have a couple of quick window treatments on my list before starting my next quilt. I was thinking maybe Storm t Sea?

I love the quilt you designed. It reminds me of ric-rac trim! :-)

Anonymous said...

I'm going to start sewing for Christmas this month. My first project is an angel ornament.
wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

Kaye M said...

I'm going to work on some Christmas stockings this week. By starting now, I hope I can actually accomplish all the holiday sewing that I want to do! tkmattson@hotmail.com

Barbara Woods said...

i will be working on my step daughter's quilt the whole month thanks for the giveaway

Helen L said...

I'll be continuing to work on a quilt by Leanne Beasley "Vignette Stitches Mystery quilt" It's not a mystery anymore, because I found out about it just a few weeks ago, and it started over a year ago, but I love the stitching on it! And I Love your patterns and the beautiful Veranda line: just picked up two more yards of it at my local quilt store last week!! Have a great week!

Jennifer said...

This month I'm finishing my quilt to enter into a show. I'm the co-chair of the show so will be up to my eyeballs in quilts until its over. After that I'm relaxing for a couple of days before I get back into a Judy Martin log cabin for my daughter.

Stephanie said...

I'm working on FOUR Grinch quilts--all different designs--for my brother's family. Hope to get all done and bound by November 1!!

Lee said...

This month I am starting some "cat" blocks for a quilt for my niece for her birthday in Dec.

Abbigail said...

I'm going to make a couple of miniature or doll quilts for a swap I'm in. I'd love a copy of the magazine!

Sandy D said...

First I am liking your quilt.Right now I am working on Vintage Holiday Quilt by Thimble Blossoms and hope to finish it soon.

Mary G Shipman said...

I have been making a gift quilt with an Amish design.
I would love to have the book!

Debbi said...

This month my goal is to put together some stack-n-wack blocks my step-mother made before she passed away into a quilt for my dad.

Very nice use of the block in the quilt you designed. I think it would be great in 30's fabrics.

Karen said...

I'm doing the quilting on a table runner, trying to get it done between wedding gown alterations and a jacket for the mother of the groom.

ritainalaska said...

this month, i'm going to sew the mango salsa stars i cut last month. love the applique between the rows!

CindyB said...

I was asked by my brother to make a quilt for someone that witnessed a multiple fatality accident while on a charity motorcycle ride, this will be my project for September...

Jody said...

I am working on a Judy Niemeyer bed runner

Kate said...

I am finishing up my baby quilts for the 100 quilts for kids. I hope to get at least 3 more done,

Cathy said...
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colleen said...

I will probably finish my Halloween table runners. I am making three.

Madeline said...

this month I am making fall table runners and matching potholders for my daughters who live far away from me. You actually live closer to me than they do!

Sharmond said...

I have several projects to work on. I am doing Amy Gibson's BOM at Craftsy. I am doing the FMQ Challenge on SewCalGal. I also have a lap quilt that I am machine quilting. Love quilting!

BizyStitches said...

My plan is to finish up my Christmas Quilt that I have on the quilting machine right now. Thanks for the chance to win a magazine. Congrats on being one of the talented people who added to the magazine.

BizyStitches said...

I went to FB and "LIKED" you. Looking forward to reading about things on FB. If I would happen to win, you have so many amazing patterns, but Beflowered looked interesting to me and maybe I could use up some of my stash. Thanks

MoeWest said...

Summer is over, so it's time to sew for Christmas gifts. I'm also in a QAL that finishes up this month.

Miss Nancy said...

I have several gifts to make for some nice and helpful ladies that I know. Congratulations for having a block in the magazine. Good going!

Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

krisgray said...

I started sandwiching a quilt today using Marti Michel's Machine Quilting in Sections book. I have 3 more to quilt!

Robyn said...

I am working on an embroidery Hello Kitty quilt for my dauther.

Peggy said...

Oh boy, I have more sewing projects waiting for me than there is room on here to type!! Clothes for my kiddos, many quilts waiting to be quilted (ugh) and a few piecing projects as well. This doesn't include all of my UFO crochet projects.

Andee said...

Very cute!

Kathy H said...

I am planning on working on some Halloween wall hangings.

Cathy said...

I love the addition of the flowers on your quilt.
This month I am trying to get two small tote bags finished to put the little fabric paper dolls and dress' I made for my granddaughter and her bestfriend, finish sandwiching and machine quilting a quilt for my son-in-law and get as many projects I can to the stage of handwork. Then, take a road trip to purchase a new home, travel back here, pack up 5 bedroom house, say good-bye to all my quilting friends, daughter and family and head back to my hometown. Praying that the grandkids don't get to upset!
CathyC in Alberta
cathyc1950(at)gmail(dot)com

KMSC said...

I hope to finish some UFOs this month (Orion's Star, LQS's BOM, etc) and to start Nancy Rink's Amish BOM. Always lots to sew.

Fran said...

I have started a postage stamp quilt (double bed size) & hope to finish it this month. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Diantha said...

This month I am making a tote from a pattern my daughter gave me.

Carmen Nuland said...

I'm trying to finish some curtains for my daughter's bedroom

Judy said...

This month I am finishing off more of my UFO's. I have almost completed a Drunkards Path quilt using my collection of feed sack squares. Plus a Hearts and Gizzards quilt that will see me almost emptying my guilt box of old projects. Love the look of your Blossoms Quilt just need to clear the deck.

Carla G said...

I will be sewing some clothing for my boys - pants, pjs and finishing 2 shirts. And then some pillowcases. Maybe if I get that finished I can quilt my coin quilt. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

Annie of Blue Gables said...

Beautiful Quilt block! Congratulations on your block being in the 100!!! Love it
Please put my name in the hat for the drawing. I'd love to win one.
~a

Anda W said...

I have compiled some fall and Halloween faberics ready to crank out some tablerunners! awolk at rogers dot com

Maureen said...

I love what you've done with "All Buttoned Up". Fabulous! I'm currently working on a mini quilt for a challenge & am also trying to finish quilting a table topper. So much fun, so little time! Thanks for the chance at the give-away.

Anna jarczewski said...

What a great pattern. It makes me think of
Spring!

Jan said...

I'm planning a solids quilt based on Kristen MacDonald's winning quilt. I'm making it up as I go.

Sharon said...

This month, I am going to start a jungle quilt from Fat Cat Designs.

cinzia said...

Wow doesn't that come up well. I love zig zags

Kimi said...

This month I"m finishing a quilt top using Happy Zombie's Taking Turns pattern, and Peacock Lane fabric by Violet Craft.

I'm also making THREE baby quilts for a friend expecting triplets.

But top of my list is a baby blanket for a dear friend's baby who is turning one this month!

Anita said...

I plan on starting up some BOM kits that have been sitting around, trying to catch up before Christmas :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Terry said...

My goal is to fit a pieced border on my pineapple quilt. . .I didn't figure the right formula for my coping strips so it is back to the drawing board. . .Next on my list is choosing the background for some applique blocks and getting the blocks appliqued. It is a BOM project from 2011!!

Pamela said...

I am planning another table runner and kitchen ensemble for a Christmas present. I made a shower gift for someone who came back from the shower stating someone wants me to make her one too. I am so excited.
Now waiting for my machine to come back from a seriously overdue cleaning. Should get back around 9/11. Happy sewing/quilting everyone.

Madame Samm said...

I remember that block ..loved it then and now...
and the Mag..yes would love that one...I can't tell you the last time I purchased one...In Canada they are over 10.oo for a mag...What is with that?
Yes please include me... What am I doing now...wellllll it 's a secret lol

Erin and Daniel Palmer said...

Well I NEED to make curtains for my bedroom and I am hoping to make a pinwheel quilt for my daughters bed. eatkin85@yahoo.com

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Hi Amanda, I am just stopping by to say how wonderful your work is and not to enter as I won the last time. I am working on a king size quit for our bed, yes for us!

OhioLori said...

This month I plan to finish up a throw & a Wallhanging that have been watching me every time I go into the room! "Finish us!" they yell!! LOL

Thanks for chance to win your Drawing! :)

Donna~~ said...

I plan to sew on a medallion quilt I'm making...at least until I get tired of it! :)

Valerie said...

This month I am making a "planned" scrappy quilt for my daughter and son-in-law's anniversary. Better get going on that!

Judy B said...

This month I am working on some small Thanksgiving wall quilts. My favorite one shows a turkey with a napkin around his neck, with a saying embroidered above him, " Think Positive"!

the girlfriend gap said...

this month I am hoping to finish up the flimsy of the jellyroll quilters mystery.... one more step to go HURRAY! Double Hurray since the mystery is no longer a mystery that is how far behind i am.

while I am posting here,
I wanted to show you a little quilt I made with one of your block patterns offered at Sew We quilt with Madame Samm. thank you so much it was the perfect addition.

http://thegirlfriendgap.blogspot.com/2012/06/tag-long-with-me.html

sarapatch said...

I'm going to quilt appliquè for Christmas...
I'm new follower..

Laura said...

Im working on my first quilt and some cross stitch christmas items.

mindingmomma said...

I plan on making a nine patch baby quit for an expecting couple at church.

JCnNC said...

making pillows this week hopefully. Thanks for this wonderful opportunity. Judy C in NC

wildcatmom said...

I'm working on a puzzle quilt for my grandson. I also would love to finish a project I promised one of my sons several years ago.
kboehneratgmaildotcom

LesQuilts said...

Hi!
I'm working on the Just Take 2 blocks and working on the 15.5 inch feathered star block. I'm hoping to do a block a day, making some progress that way and I'm also working on Pam Bruda's Forget Me Not weekly 4.5 inch block along, so cute!
I figure, each project could be a leader/ender project for the other!
Thanks for your designs and the giveaway!
Take care, Leslie

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{ HeatherK @ AReformedHeath'n } said...

I'm sandwiching and quilting my quilt from the Tetris Quilt Along and then I'm going to work on quilting the trek memory quilt for my daughter.

Lori said...

I'm hoping to work on a purple string quilt for my granddaughter.

Julianne said...

I've been sewing many swap blocks and a quilt top for the "Streaks of Lightening" quilt-a-long. Also, working on my September Schnibbles quilt "Speck".

Dianne Mitzel said...

I am working on a kitty quilt, and finishing a quilt in purples for my niece. Love to follow your blog, so glad you call Charlotte home. Kind of busy around here this week. Keep the inspiration coming!!

Scrapatches said...

As always, I have a long "sew do it" list for September ...

Finish quilting and binding a tablerunner from my August List.

Get a head start on the Q&N Block Swap by making my block choice.

Make the pieced backing and quilt my August AYOS Schnibble quilt top.

Make my Sept AYOS quilt.

Make another small quilt for another challenge.

Oh ... and there are a few more quilts I want to make ... ;) Pat

Jittina said...

I really need to finish the top of Mountain Majestics, a Bonnie Hunter design. Only needs à few borders and than it's finally ready for quilting.

Anonymous said...

This month, before I get started on seasonal gift-making, I am making doll's cradle bedding, which includes mattress, pillow, pillowcase and quilt, for donation. The bedding gets paired with cradles that have been hand-crafted by another organization, and my quilt guild is asking members to make the bedding. Since I have only grandsons, it's a blast to make the girly things!

Judy @ CQC Library said...

I've been working on a Saturday Sampler from my local quilt shop. This Saturday is month 12, so I'll be finishing the last blocks & putting it together.

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

lovely quilt with yo-yo´s, I love yo-yo´s!!!
Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

This month I'm working on 2 blog hops: Leafs me Happy and Wicked over at SewWeQuilt.

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

This month I'm working on 2 blog hops: Leafs me Happy and Wicked over at SewWeQuilt.

♥Duff said...

I'm going to sew an amazing dot block and share it next week. Or, alt least, I'd better or Madame Samm will give me the boot!

Martha said...

I am going to finish off at least 2 or 3 projects because me and my LQS BFF's are going on retreat to the beaches of Florida for several days. Thanks to my wonderful boss who owns a condo. This will be our 2nd one and we all have so much fun laughing and sewing while we look at the beautiful ocean and beach. Thanks for being so generous.

Elizabeth said...

I am trying to finish up as many UFOs as possible. I'm sewing the binding on a King size quilt, machine appliqueing the border for another quilt that will soon be ready to quilt and I have at least 5 other tops ready for me to quilt on my home machine.

Bud and Marsha said...

I'm finishing up a Red White and Blue Veteran's quilt this month and then I'll begin on some Fall "Leaf-y" projects for a Blog Hop that begins in October.

Susan C said...

As I try to finish up some UFO's and get started on some gifts, I plan on scheduling at least one hour a day for sewing. So far that hour has has stretched to almost two and I've made great progress!

Michelle said...

I am working on minis from the Prairie Womens Sewing Circle and the Jo's Little Womens Club. Also have a baby quilt to do for a shower I have coming up. Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

I'm making my third Tag Sale quilt by Miss Rosie for my third grandchild due this month. Sue

Pam at Antique or Not said...

I'd love to win a copy of this magazine! After practicing with several runners, I'm working on binding my very first lap quilt.