Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Giveaway | Cotton + Steel Fabric Bundle

Welcome to my very first giveaway, ever!  

If you've visiting via the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway day, thanks for stopping by! And big thanks to Sew Mama Sew for this fun opportunity to discover new blogs and potentially score some sweet quilty goodies and handmade treasures!



I'm giving away a fat quarter bundle of Cotton + Steel fabrics: Tangrams in Indigo, Hot Cross Buns in Natural, Typewriters in Black + White, and XOXO in Plummy Silver Metallic.

This is an international giveaway and will be open until 11:59pm EST on December 13th. To win, all you have to do is leave a comment below...I'd love to hear what types of projects are on your quilty bucket list.  You can get a bonus entry by following me and posting another comment letting me know how you follow (Instagram, Bloglovin' etc.)  Easy Peasy!  (If you're a no reply blogger, please leave your e-mail address so I can contact you if you're the winner)

For those of you who are new here, I've put together a little collage of some of my favourite makes so you can get an idea of my style.  I'm a modern quilter, with a strong appreciation for traditional blocks and techniques.  I usually create my own designs, and I love free-motion quilting, english paper piecing, and hand quilting.  


1. Old Salt Baby Quilt 2. Talisman Quilt 3. Glam Rock Baby Quilt 4. Marsala Quilt 5. Anthology - FMQ Sampler 6. Hexie and I Know It  

Thanks again for stopping by, and good luck!
--Liz

***EDIT: This giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to the winner, Lisa J from Sunlight in Winter Quilts!!

381 comments:

  1. I'm a novice quilter so there's a lot on my bucket list. Cathedral windows is one of them

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  2. My bucket list is pretty much just to make as many quilts that I can and hopefully most of them will be of my own design. :) Thank you for the opportunity to win this fun bundle.

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  3. I am following you on blogger =)

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  4. As for the bucket list projects... uhm to organise a de-stash AND to make a cathedral window quilt

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  5. I would love to learn more about quilt design. And english paper piecing. And foundation paper piecing. So... a lot! :)

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  6. I'm working on a stocking for my six month old!

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  7. I have a DWR on my wedding quilt. One of these days... :)

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  8. I am working on a mini Christmas quilt. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

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  9. On my bucket list are a pineapple block quilt and a log cabin quilt. Thanks for participating!

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  10. Thank you for this lovely giveaway! On my quilt bucket list is a farmers wife quilt!

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  11. I follow you via email!

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  12. The Technicolor Galaxy quilt is on my bucket list. I love that quilt :)

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  13. My bucket list includes a flower garden hexi quilt (recreating a family heirloom)

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  14. Awesome bundle!

    I'm lehendrickson(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  15. Thanks for participating. YOur work is stunning... RAGoos (at) aol (dot) com

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  16. My bucket list item is a double wedding ring quilt!

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  17. I am a follower on Blogger.

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  18. Halloween 1904 quilt, a pixelated millennium falcon quilt for my husband, and I need to make a Christmas tree quilt.

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  19. New follower on IG, Heather81203

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  20. My bucket list is to make all the designs that are in my head. :D Only if I had infinite time.. awesome giveaway, thank you!

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  21. The main ones on my bucket list are a kaleidoscope & feathered quilt.

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  22. I have so many quilts on my bucket list, but swoon is on top! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  23. I follow your blog via feedly.

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  24. i've love to try something (anything!) with paper piecing.

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  25. Just started following you on Bloglovin.

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  26. I spend 90% of my time on hexies so my bucket list includes a projectswith the Ferris wheel design. I have yet to pick fabrics or flesh out the idea but it WILL happen in 2016! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  27. Curves, free motion quilting and paper piecing!

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  28. I would love to make quilts for my boys.

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  29. I follow on Bloglovin'--https://www.bloglovin.com/people/kitkat157-2966347

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  30. One day I will make a rainbow Dear Jane, one day... A little closer on the list is a star sampler quilt =)

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  31. My list is so large.I have so many quilts on my bucket list,and right now I jsut finished sew a Christmas runner and hope to hanquilting it this week.

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  32. The better question would be ....what am I not working on lol

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  33. I follow you on pinterest

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  34. I want to start my christmas list of sewing earlier this year......happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  35. Thanks for the chance. Currently working in three different scrap quilts.

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  36. On my bucket list is a dresden quilt and also a Jen Kingswell quilt as everything she makes is stunning. Thank you for a great giveaway. x

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  37. Orange peel! But, I'm dying to figure out a way to do it with regular machine piecing. No appliqué for me, thanks-you-very-much. :-)

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  38. I follow on IG-- @macaronquilts

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  39. I would love to make a quilt that has applique. Maybe someday. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  40. I want to make an irish chain, a paper pieced hexagon my bucket is itoo long

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  41. I want to quilt the Science Fair top I pieced back in August and finish two more quilts that are WIPs before the end of 2015. In the coming year I'd really like to learn to FMQ. Thanks for your giveaway opportunity. The C+S fabrics you've chosen are great.

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  42. would love to follow you but can't find a way

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  43. A quilt (to keep!!) for our bed is on my bucket list. Thanks for the opportunity to win such lovely fabrics.

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  44. Thank you, I love all those fabrics. My top bucket list item is to do a king size medallion quilt with a self designed center block. I've started a couple and not been happy so I'm feeling determined for 2016 :)

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  45. Quilted skirts! Thank you for the entry... Beautiful fabric
    E_goblue@yahoo.com

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  46. My quilty bucket list consists of making as many of my own designs as possible. I just wish I could sew as fast as I can design!

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  47. I want to make a modern double wedding ring quilt one day. Lots of negative space!

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  48. Oooh quilty bucket list? Storm at Sea, definitely--I need to make one for my dad. I also really want to make a modern Cathedral Windows quilt. Thank you for the chance :) kitty dot wilkin at gmail

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  49. I'm making samplers to improve my precision, I'm sewing the Patchwork City Sampler, I have finished two(!) Tula Pink City Sampler, and next on my bucket list are the Farmer's Wife Samplers. Then I would like to learn how to improv piece. Thanks for the chance!

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  50. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin.

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  51. I am currently working on a queen-sized quilt called Looking Glass in black and white fabrics. I just finished a quilt called What Cancer Cannot Do and that will be delivered to my cousin soon. I like your fat quarter bundle. Also adore Cotton and Steel. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. Happy Holidays to yoj.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  52. I LOVE your Old Salt Baby!!! Fabulous! I have LOTS of quilts in progress, a "Blended" quilt that I'm in the process of hand-quilting, a miniature houses quilt, etc., etc. Nice to "meet" you!

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  53. following via Bloglovin and email

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  54. I have a squirrel baby quilt to finish, along with a twisted pinwheel quilt. Applique and curved seams. Challenge myself much?

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  55. On my quilty bucket list? My very first quilt ever!

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  56. Love your Glam Rock quilt! I am working on a bucket list quilt now....slice and insert...started it with a class by Jacquie Gering last month. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  57. Follow via BlogLovin. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  58. someday I want to make a double wedding ring quilt

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  59. My bucket list is too long to list -- a few things on it are a Single Girl quilt, an Irish Chain quilt and a queen-sized quilt!

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  60. Thanks for a great giveaway! I have so many crafty things on my bucket list. Some that I hope to complete in the next year include a Norway quilt and a clamshell quilt (in time for my wedding is the plan)

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  61. I finally want to tackle my Swoon quilt and my other UFOs. Thanks!

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  62. I want to just finish any quilt!

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  63. I'm a new quilter, but the Swoon quilt block pattern is definitely on my list!

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  64. Lot's on my bucket list, a minimalist quilt. A quilt with alternate grid, a bunch of quilts I design myself.

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  65. Bucket lis-- it is way to long-- polaroid quilt

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  66. I want to do something with curves eventually

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  67. Tula Pink's Modern Quilt Sampler is on my list.

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  68. I'd love to be confident enough to design my own quilt

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  69. Oh the quilting bucket list... a full sized EPP quilt for diamonds.

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  70. I want to make an orange peel quilt and a Dresden plate quilt...both seem daunting to me!
    Great bundle!!
    buffyh_6 (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

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  71. I have a new curve ruler... so curves on my list!

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  72. I follow you on blogger,

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  73. I'm a new email subscriber...I love your style and look forward to your posts! :)
    buffyh_6 (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

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  74. Hi! In my list is New Bohemian Quilt,I found it on Camelot Fabrics free patterns and hope start it soon!

    tortugueta9@gmail.com

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  75. I follow on Bloglovin!

    tortugueta9@gmail.com

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  76. I clicked to follow on Bloglovin. What beautiful projects you have completed! Will be glad to return to see. Thanks for the chance.

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  77. Next year I'm planning on finishing quilts I started before. I'm also joining Hive 8 on the stash bee. Will be fun to sew in my new sewing room! Thanks for the chance.

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  78. I'm a beginning quilter. I just want to finish a quilt. It seems so impossible. (ayngemac@gmail.com)

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  79. Our guid makes placemats for our local Meals on Wheels group to use for Christmas meals. I'm currently making binding for my placemats. Thank you for sharing!

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  80. On my bucket list the farmer's wife quilt and an hexie flower quilt, but I already have a bunch of them from a swap.

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  81. My "quilty bucket list" is currently pretty short:
    1. Learn to quilt...
    that's about it!
    Sounds like fun though, right?
    H.

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  82. I don't have a bucket list as I prefer to do scrappy crazy quilts.

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  83. I would love to make a traditional Cathedral Window quilt. Thanks for the chance to win! sarah123quilt AT gmail DOT com

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  84. I follow you on IG! sarah123quilt AT gmail DOT com

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  85. Oooh, so many quilty bucket list items! A quilt made with Tula Pink fabric, a modern quilt made with Cotton + Steel fabrics, to finish two UFOs of mine. The tops are almost done, but have been languishing in a box for over a year. Gah!

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  86. I have way too many quilts on my bucket list. my lifetime quilt will be an epp hexagon quilt.

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  87. I really want to master English Paper Piecing but I hate it.

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  88. I really need to make a Christmas quilt. I have plans to use the Quick Curve Ruler.

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  89. Currently my bucket list is more of a finish-wish-list. Lots of completed quilt tops waiting to be backed/quilted and enjoyed! Once all of that is done, I'll be back to daydreaming of quilts to come :)

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  90. I just bumped to the top of my quilty bucket list - a new bed spread/quilt. I saw some teal green print at the store the other day, and it literally (okay, not so literally but you get my point) jumped out and said "TAKE ME!! YOU'LL LOVE ME!!!" so I did. Now...just to figure the pattern!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  91. I follow on Instagram (i'm @muchoxoxo)

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  92. i'd love to design my own quilt, and will be working on a medallion style soon which has been on my list for a while!

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  93. One would be The Farmers Wife Quilt. I have everything to go but just need to go

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  94. I am new to the sewing world, and usually make clothes for my daughter. But I have a pile of charm packs waiting for me to work up the courage to start quilting! I know I'll love it too!

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  95. The meadow quilt is on my bucket list! I took the class- now just need to complete the quilt. Also hand quilting a quilt is on my list. Congrats on your first giveaway!

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  96. I have a version of dear jane / farmer wife's in my bucket list for 2016! thanks for the chance!!

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  97. A wedding ring quilt is on my bucket list! :)

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  98. I would like to make an optical illusion quilt!

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  99. My bucket list goes on forever, but I'm working on a La Passacaglia, so I'm excited to someday cross that off the list.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  100. Bacon quilt. Thanks for the opportunity

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  101. My list is long, so long I don't even know what's on it any longer! I would like to make a Hazel the Hedgehog quilt...one day!

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  102. One day I would like to make a Dear Jane quilt.

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  103. My l My term project is a La Passagalia quilt....hand pieced and quilted.
    Spetzie at att dot net

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  104. I'd like to make a double wedding ring quilt

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  105. Your quilts are beautiful! My bucket list is topped by a Lone Star quilt.

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  106. I am slowly working through my bucket list now. Next I hope to start a medallion quilt. Thanks

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  107. I've only made one quilt, a scrappy quilt, so I don't really have any on a bucket list. I mostly make totes and pillows for charity.
    Thanks, Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  108. I'm a new Bloglovin follower.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  109. A queen sized English paper pieced quilt is on my bucket list!

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  110. I follow you on Bloglovin'

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  111. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  112. My quilty bucket list: storm at sea quilt and a big teal and grey medallion quilt for my bed.

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  113. I follow you via feedly

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  114. I'd really like to do a full hexie handsewn quilt!

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  115. I've followed on Instagram!

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  116. I really want to do a wedding ring quilt!! a big destash project!

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  117. One day I would love to make a Lollipop Quilt!!!

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  118. I follow on Bloglovin'! (Sew at Home Mummy)

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  119. I follow you via Bloglovin via @winkowl

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  120. Baby quilts are on my mind this year!

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  121. My bucket list is to just get more quilts made! I'm doing some modern takes on qrtr round blocks right now.

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  122. My quilting bucket list is to make some chevron table cloths for Christmas, some pie carriers and finish some table runners. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  123. I've been quilting for 1.5 years and I've never made a flying goose! It's not a very out-there bucket list item, but I hope to make a whole quilt made just for showing off the flying geese.

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  124. I have a million things on my quilty bucket list but at the top is the raindrops quilt by Tula Pink. (kat-gray@hotmail.com)

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  125. I follow on instagram (kat-gray@hotmail.com)

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  126. I don't know any of the quilty terms yet as I'm just kinda teaching myself. But I would love to learn how to do waivey line quilting as all I ever do is straight line quilting.

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  127. I want a king size quilt I've personally long-arm quilted - and I've never used a long armer. So, that's a long way off! sewinawe (at) gmail (dot) com

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  128. I am excited to make a pieced clutch from Noodlehead's book :)

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  129. I've always got quilts running around in my head! Not really listed though, I just start sewing!

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  130. Cathedral windows are on my bucket list. I've made a few blocks and had some made for me....but I haven't made it past that.

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  131. I would like to make a churn dash quilt. I think that block is pretty.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  132. I follow on bloglovin.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  133. I really want to make a plus quilt! I think they are so cool.
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  134. My bucket list is as long as Santa's list. On top is gifts for my retreat in June and getting skilled in fmq.

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  135. Working on V&Co's Superstar Quilt and hope to finish a "Crinkle Quilt" before Christmas too!

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  136. I'd like to learn free-motion quilting and paper piecing. Thanks for sharing this great fabric with us!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  137. I don't really have a bucket list. I just hope to finish my ufos and then see what's the next fun thing to make.

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  138. I'm a new email follower. Many thanks!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  139. I'm very new to quilting, so my goal would just be to make a big quilt that I love to wrap up in (and by big I mean queen size, lol).

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  140. Hoping to try a bag this year! :)

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  141. I'd love to finish my king sized cathedral quilt.

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  142. The sew together bag is on my bucket list and I have a friend who really wants one with C&S fabrics, so I would use these to make it for her if I won!

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  143. The top project on my bucket list is to make my son a checkerboard quilt in UT orange and white. Go Volunteers!

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  144. On my immediate bucket list is some Christmas gifts...potholders, zip pouches and appliqued kitchen towels. On my bucket list for next year is to make my first throw size quilt. Merry Christmas!

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  145. A hand appliqued quilt for my bed. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  146. I just had a baby boy, so a big quilt for his eventual big boy bed is on my list. I want to make it a "neighborhood" quilt with houses, streets, trees, school, etc. that he could also run his cars on. :-) Just need to design it!

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  147. Ohh, I love those fabrics! On my bucket list are a rainbow bargello and if I ever find myself with all the time in the world I'd really love to make a Dear Jane… I can dream!

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  148. 2016 is going to be the year of the NY Beauty. I am determined to at least learn the basics. Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  149. My quilt project list keeps getting longer. I think of new projects faster than I can sew them!

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  150. I really want to make a "book quilt" - the pattern in Ayumi's Patchwork Please book.

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  151. My list gets created as I sew, mmm... next year I want to make placemats for my whole family, so 20 in total.

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  152. To finish my Dear Jane in KF fabrics.

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  153. I'm not into quilting (yet), so gathering fabric and ideas as I speak :)

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  154. I want to make my first quilt for the baby I'm expecting!

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  155. I'd like to learn to do some quilt painting next year.

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  156. I'm looking forward to starting my appliqué modern medallion for my next Quilt Workout pattern. Not that I've released the first one yet...

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  157. I think I follow you on IG- you're @lizzyclips right?

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  158. I have so many projects that I want to do! The one uppermost in my mind is a Kaleidoscope quilt. Not sure if I want to do it paper pieced or just regular piecing. Maybe it's this decision holding me back?

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  159. Something using the Drunkard's Path block, New York Beauty and storm at sea.
    nl@ridder.ca

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  160. I just subscribed via Bloglovin'
    nl@ridder.ca

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  161. One day I want to make a quilt from a Judy Niemeyer pattern. Her designs are amazing!

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  162. I've just discovered paper piecing and I'm still in the learning phase!

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  163. I have a postage stamp quilt that's been on my quilty list forEVER. I also want to make a great big stuffed loch ness monster.

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  164. I want to do machine quilting.

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  165. I'm making a Farmer's Wife quilt!

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  166. I am working on Santa bags

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  167. from the 1930's Farmer's Wife quilt to joining up on the Modern HST quilt for 2016. I go with anything!

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  168. Your Glam Rock quilt is just fabulous! Love that bold design sense. Thanks for the great giveaway! My quilty bucket list is to finish my current series of art quilts depicting all the pieces of the Episcopal Liturgy.

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  169. I'd really love to actually get my completed (huge) quilt top quilted. Basting is giving me a headache. This is the last time I'm doing a pieced back that needs to be lined up!

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  170. I have a linebacker list but first I have to finish my Christmas sewing!

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  171. That's supposed to read "long bucket list"!

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  172. My daughter wants a quilt for her bed. I'm a new quilter so I am terrified.

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  173. to actually quilt and bind my rock 'n romance quilt....

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  174. Right now I;'m finishing up a pillow for a friend and the a quilt made from my girlfriend's father's cowboy short. Thanks.

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  175. I'm following - love your work.

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  176. urves are on my list - especially thr Retro Flowers pattern!

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