Thursday, November 21, 2013

Giving Thanks - Quilter's Blog Hop Party

 
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!
THANKS TO ALL WHO ENTERED.
 
 
 
 
Welcome to my stop on the Giving Thanks Quilter's Blog Hop Party. 
Before I share the giveaway, I'd like to show my most recent finish. 

 
I'm calling it Sweet Baby Tula. 
(36" x 42")
 
This little quilt is a smaller version of a larger one that I made for an upcoming
quilt show.  Not sure how to quilt the larger one, I decided to use the leftover
blocks to make a smaller version that I could practice my quilting ideas on
without worrying about messing up and having to rip out stitches.
 
Here is a closer look at my feathers!  I'm no master longarm
quilter but I think I do a pretty good feather.

 
 
I know the quilt above looks a little wonky but I swear it's not.  Cameras do funny things
to objects when they are not laying perfect flat and/or blocked.  And to prove it,
here is a photo of the quilt after it was quilted and before it was washed.
 

 
Now for what you came by for...the GIVEAWAY!
 
Since the winner of my last giveaway never responded...I'm giving away her stuff! 

 
Up for grabs is "101 Fabulous Small Quilts," an Olfa Splash and a
Seam-Fix seam ripper.The lucky winner will ALSO receive a
40-piece Charm Pack custom made from my stash to go along with the book. 
 
For a chance to win, simply leave me a comment telling me what style of quilter 
you are (traditional, modern, arty, somewhere in between) and what fabrics do you most
like to use (Civil War, 30's, batiks, modern...maybe a favorite designer).  
 
If you don't answer the questions, you don't get the charms. 
 
This giveaway is open to EVERYONE.  It doesn't matter where you live.   
Just make sure I have a way to contact you. "No reply" commenters that
do not leave their email address are not eligible for the giveaway. 

On Tuesday, November 26th, I'll announce the winner which
will be chosen via random number generator.

Good luck to everyone!!!
 
To see all the bloggers participating in the Quilter's Blog Hop Party click HERE.
 
P.S.  Followers get a second chance to win.  Just tell how you follow my blog...I'm curious.

303 comments:

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Courtneysews said...

I'm a modern quilter and as you would guess I love Modern Designers! Thanks so much for the give-away!!

Courtneysews said...

I follow via Bloglovin. Thanks!

Leah said...

Hmm, I've never had to classify my quilting style. Since I like all kinds of quilting styles I think I qualify as an "all around" quilter.

Sometimes I go for designer fabric lines, Sandy Gervais always seems to create patterns I like, other times I pick what ever looks good in the sale bin. :)

katyquilts said...

Hello! Thanks for the chance to win some goodies :). I follow your blog via BlogLovin'. I love Civil War repro fabrics as well as Modern fabrics. I guess I am a bit of a schizophrenic quilter, I love it all!

sew4given AT aol DOT com

Chris said...

I like traditional quilts but I do like to use modern gadgets to get there sooner.
Chris

Heather said...

I love all styles of quilting but I guess I would be considered to be a traditional quilter. I love the modern fabrics and reproduction fabrics especially those prior to the Civil war era. But since I do lots of appliqué I use all sorts of different fabrics.

Heather said...

I follow with Google Friend connect and have you on my sidebar.

Grethe said...

Exciting to check around for the blog-hop.Love to be a winner :))I am mostly a traditional quilter; at the moment I have just ordered more fabric from Sandy Gervais Christmas range, and I love all Joanna Figuera`s fabrics.
Your feathers looks very good!

Linda said...

HI,NEAT GIVEAWAY!
I'M A TRADITIONAL QUILTER,LOVING THE OLD FASHIONED PATTERNS,LIKE LOG CABIN. LIKE TO USE ALL SMALL PRINTS IN VARIED COLORS. THANKS!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Linda said...

HAPPY TO FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Sewing Mom said...

I don't know...I think more modern? I like modern fabrics...but that doesn't mean I don't appreciate the beauty in other quilts...so I don't know. =) Thank you.

Sewing Mom said...

I follow with GFC and also think you're in my bloglovin! Thanks again.

audrey said...

Great modern sampler quilt! Love the colors. I consider myself a traditional quilter but I like to dabble with some of the modern fabrics as well.:) Great giveaway!

audrey said...

I'm a Google and Bloglovin follower.

Quilt Hollow said...

I've got your blog posted on my side bar of my blog...always have. I'm really starting to like modern quilts but my decor tends to be traditional and prim I guess.

Joan and Kevin said...

I am a modern quilter!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Joan and Kevin said...

I follow your blog on Bloglovin!

Margaret said...

type of quilter...leaning towards traditional, but I like many fabrics except reproductions. Batiks, large scale, hand-dyes...all good.

Sandy said...

I'm an in between quilter. I love batiks and Kate Spain fabrics the most. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

Sandy said...

I follow with Bloglovin

Sandi said...

Hi, I'm a follower of your blog and have a very ecclectic style, whimsy is my creative style. Love Mary Lou Weidman and have a cow quilt in the herd traveling around right now.
Batiks, brights, geometrics, wool appliqué are all me.
Thanks for a chance or two to win your give away!

Dresden Quilter said...

I am an in between person. I make both traditional and modern. The only fabrics I don't really like as much are the deep country tones. Thanks for the giveaway.

Dresden Quilter said...

I follow you on Google.

Ebeth said...

I've been following your blog for some time now. I'm using bloglovin' to follow blogs.

Thanks for the chance!
Elizabeth
Lwghosts at yahoo dot com

Ebeth said...

I'm more modern but I'd say modern in fabric choice with a great respect for traditional blocks. I love Tula Pink and Joel Dewberry.

Thanks for the chance!
Elizabeth
Lwghosts at yahoo dot com

Kate said...

I am an undefined quilter. I like my traditional quilts just as much a my modern ones, just as much as my novelty baby ones. About the only thing I can't do is wonky.

Kate said...

Oh, and I follow you on Feedly. I'm the only person in the world who doesn't like the Bloglovin interface!

Leanne Parsons said...

Great giveaway! I think I'm in between traditional and modern though leaning more and more modern. I love batiks and anything with texture rather than large prints.

Dana Gaffney said...

I'm all over the place with my quilting, I like piecing traditional blocks in bright modern colors and I've heard that's called contemporary. My favorite fabric is batiks.

tubakk said...

I love your little quilt. I'm an "all round" quilter, like to make traditional quilts and to experiment with new things. I use bright fabrics with small pattern, old and new. Thanks for this giveaway.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I don't have any one style - play with it all as well as most types of fabrics - I do have to challenge myself to play with batiks more.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I follow with Google Follow.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I am mostly a traditional quilter, but I am learning more about modern quilts. I love almost all colors, and work with lots of different fabrics. My favorite is French General. Thanks for the giveaway!

Jill said...

I am a traditional quilter using predominantly repro fabrics spanning the entire century of the 1800's. But, I also have a weakness for novelty fabrics that I like to use in scrap quilts.
I follow your blog through my google account on Blogger.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Kim M said...

I'm a Modern quilter who likes Modern designers. Joel Dewberry is my current favorite! Thanks for the giveaway!

sophie said...

I usually describe myself as an omnivore when it comes to quilting–I've never met a quilt style I didn't love :-) My go-to fabrics are batiks and tone-on-tone prints with lots of texture.

Ella said...

I'm somewhere in between. I love Tula Pink fabric.

Sue said...

I would call myself a Traditional quilter . Love anything French general.
I am a follower Thanks !

Sue said...

I follow you on Bloglovin :-D

Rosa said...

I don´t have any style.I love quilts .So I`m betwwen both styles.There are many designer I love,Blackbird,Fig tree, Bonnie and camille,can´t choose only one.Thanks for the fun.

Rosa said...

I do follow by GFC.Thanks for the giveaway!

Mom C said...

It's almost easier to say what I'm not. I'm not traditional nor am I modern but I do both and everything in between. I quilt what I like and I don't care what it's labeled. I feel virtuous when I use fabrics from my stash and I love to mix fabrics. While there are some designers I love, I generally buy what looks good to me and is strokable. Thanks.

Jayme said...

I'd like to say I'm a Modern Traditionalist. Or maybe a I'm traditionally modern. I'm right on the fence between then two and I am in LOVE with that baby Tula Quilt!!! SOOOOOO gorgeous!!

allierae said...

I like to make modern quilts and love modern fabrics - especially anything by V & Co or Joel Dewberry.

Ranger said...

I love modern quilting. I also love using batiks and stonehenge fabrics. Hope I win.

SeeMaryQuilt said...

I'm a modern girl. I started making very traditional quilts with my mom and grandmom, but fell in love with modern.

My favorite designers are Tula Pink and Anna Maria Horner.

Thanks for the chance!

Heidi Babi said...

I tend to make modern quilts the most, although I am experimenting with some classic patterns and fabrics, and I absolutely love fabric lines like Moda. They offer great variety and fabulous colors.

Thank you for the chance to win!

Tina A said...

Well, I used to be a traditional hand quilter when my Grandmother first taught me many years ago but now I really gravitate to the modern shapes, colors and patterns.
Thanks for the chance!

Margaret said...

I am a traditional quilter and I love Lori Holts line of fabrics. Thanks for sharing

A Nudge said...

Hi, I am a traditional quilter who loves combining applique and piecing. Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

I think I am mostly a traditional quilter and I like civil war prints.
Thanks for the chance to win your fantastic give-away
Marilyn S.
lmshetler@embarqmail.com

Karen H said...

I pretty much love all forms from traditional to modern, free wheeling and structured but I think what I love best are hexagons. As for designers I love Northcott and Moda fabrics and the designer I really like is Edyta Sitar!

Sarah said...

I am following through google.

Sarah said...

I love modern quilting with bright modern fabrics!

giddy99 said...

I like the more modern quilts, and modern fabric designers, especially those who use a lot of saturated color. Anna Maria Horner is my favorite, but I love several modern designers.

giddy99 said...

I love your Tula quilt! And I follow via Bloglovin.

barb said...

i have always been a traditional quilter doing all piecing and quilting by hand, but some of the modern quilts are pretty darn awesome. i love bright colors, kaffee fassett, joel dewbery, alison glass. thank you for a wonderful giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

Emily C said...

I love florals and batiks.

Sandra Visser said...

Guess I would be considered modern but I enjoy all types of quilting.

Love working with Batiks.

syvisser@gmail(dot)com

Sandra Visser said...

Follower via GFC would love to follow you via Bloglovin but couldn't find a button

syvisser@gmail(dot)com

canuckquilter said...

I think I lie somewhere between traditional and modern on the quilting spectrum, though perhaps a little more towards the traditional. I gravitate towards bright fabrics and batiks, though for the right quilt I'll stretch my fabric choices. Thank you for the chance to win!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I guess I would be a traditional hand quilter...trying to learn machine quilting. I do love the new designers though...Baticks, etc.

scottylover said...

I would consider myself a traditional quilter. I love the modern quilts, but haven't been able to bring myself to make one!
Sandy A

scottylover said...

I follow you through Blog Lovin'.

Sand A

Michele T said...

Hmmm good question... I would like to consider myself as a Modern quilter with Traditional tendencies!!

Kathy H said...

I am a traditional quilter but am trying to try more modern quilts. I have usually used dark colors but am trying more brights now.

Kathy H said...

I follow you through google friends.

Fiesta said...

I am a modern quilter but sometimes I incorporate some classic designs

Fiesta said...

I already follow on bloglovin

Lisa Marie said...

I like both traditional and modern designs, but definitely prefer modern fabrics. And bright, clear colors. Some of my recent favorite fabric lines are S'more Love, Wrens & Friends, Snap Pop, Simply Color, Winter's Lane. And I love batiks and blenders and novelty prints. How's that for a little bit of everything?

Delores said...

I think I am a 'somewhere in between' quilter. I like the looks of modern quilts, but haven't made one, but I'm not traditional either.
I like to use bright coloured fabrics of complete collections (matchy, match) in my projects.

Thanks for the chance to win!

riddleandwhimsy said...

Love your quilt! I'm working on the sew along to do all 100 blocks and as it nears the end I'm thinking about how to set all the blocks. I love how you've offset yours! I'm using Kate Spain fabric for my Tula blocks. She's one of my favourite designers. I'm definitely a modern quilter as I love the bright and unusual fabrics and patterns!!

--Jo-- patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com

barbara woods said...

scrap quilter

sew.darn.quilt said...

I'm following through GFC and my style of quilting is best described as mishmash! I have bounced from traditional to somewhat modern.
Thank you for the chance :)

barbara woods said...

follower

Grandma M said...

I'm more of a traditional quilter but lately I've found myself trying the modern look and liking it too. As for fabric, I really like French General.

Kim said...

I am more of a traditional quilter but lately there have been some modern quilting patterns I would love to try.

Allison C said...

I'm all modern and I like solids and modern fabric designers (i.e. Tula, AMH, Lotta, etc).

riddleandwhimsy said...

I just started following your blog on bloglovin'! Love your style of work :)

--Jo-- patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com

Diantha said...

I am more of a traditional quilter. I like civil war fabrics, also tone-on-tones.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Jessica said...

I'm a modern quilt and modern fabric kind of gal. powersjlc at gmail dot com. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jessica said...

Follow you via GFC.

Maria said...

Fairly new to quilting, love appliqué artsy quilting! I also really enjoy novelty fabric:-)

andpins said...

New quilter, I lean towards the modern edge of the spectrum and I love modern fabrics. I am loving the Botanics and Architextures lines. Thanks for the opportunity - andpins.handmade (at) gmail

Debra Kay Neiman said...

I am a new quilter and so I am trying out a lot of styles. I really like the modern style though and will be making baby quilts with a bit of modern inspiration. I have a lot of batik in my stash. Thanks. I am here for the party! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

I'm a modern quilter and I love that Baby Tula quilt!

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

I follow you on Bloglovin

Jo said...

I think I am that person who is in between I tend to make modern variations of traditional blocks in bright colors. I am all about modern fabrics and bright in your face color I love Tula Pink, The Architexture fabrics, solids, melody Miller, and my fav thing of all dots. Thanks for the chance to enter

andri. said...

I think I'm a modern quilter. I love Heather Ross' fabrics!

Denny1600 said...

I like all kinds of quilting! Your quilted feathers are awesome!

Melissa @ Missouri Mel said...

More modern and I like 1930s and vintage looking prints. Thanks for the giveaway! I've added it to my weekly link up.

Kathy Boice said...

I am a traditional quilter but am enjying the new modern quilts as well. My favorite fabrics are 1930's prints or all Moda Fabrics. I love the precuts!! Thanks for the give away! midwayfarms@hughes.net

Tami C said...

I like your Sweet Baby Tula. It has some pretty colors and neat blocks! That is a great idea to use your left overs to try out different quilting ideas. I love small quilts! I really like Civil War fabrics as well as 30's. Thanks for such a great giveaway!

Tami C said...

I follow via Bloglovin'. Thanks!

Crystal said...

I am new quilter and love traditional quilts and modern I love modern and batik prints thank you for the chance!

cbrocious1984 AT gmail dot com

Christine S said...

When I started a year and a half ago, I loved the traditional patterns and fabrics. Then I started loving all the modern stuff. Lately I've gained interest back in traditional things. So I guess I fall in between! I love modern fabrics but also love the civil war prints :)

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

In between.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I follow your blog.

Bossymamma said...

I'm a Google follower

Bossymamma said...

I love crazy patchwork and I usually work with florals.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I would say I am an eclectic quilter - modern/contemporary with a bit of traditional thrown in!! I adore solids and geometric prints. And I LOVE your Baby Tula quilt - great composition and colors!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I am a new GFC follower and LOVE what I see :)

Podunk Pretties said...

I'm a traditional quilter, my inner child loves bright colors and fun prints.

Nikita said...

modern with a splash of traditional thrown in.
I love florals, modern, japanese, ..well..I jsut love all fabrics! :)

but tend to gravitate to anna marie horner and denyse schmidt.

Nikita said...

I follow via blogger

Paula said...

I guess I'm a mixed quilter. I love modern and traditional styles and love to try my hand at all sorts. When it comes to fabrics I guess I prefer more modern ones for myself but have a nice little stash of novelty prints too for when I sew for children.

delaineelliott said...

I am a traditional quilter but I love to use batiks or anything with bright colours. Thanks.

dbelliott@outlook.com

Lee said...

I love a lot of moderns designs but I do love traditional the best! I am working on some civil war blocks w/ my best quilting friend and with my MIL I am working on some feedsack blocks - 30s repo would be great for those- so those would be the fabrics I am using now and loving! thank you!!

Mystica said...

I think I am a traditional quilter. I only hand quilt anyway.Thanks for a very generous giveaway.

mystica123athotmaildotcom

Prim Gal said...

You have introduced me to a new way of looking at quilts. Beautiful

Lia*s Handmades said...

I really like modern quilts as well as fabrics, am not a fan so much of all the traditional blocks or civil war prints and such.
I do have to say that some traditional blocks look great :)

Thanks for the chance to win this set, can't believe someone would pass up such a cool prize! :)

DeborahGun said...

Oh wow - I just love Sweet Baby Tula. I am a modern quilter - love bright colours and love volume. Some of my favourite designers are Anna Maria Horner and Kate Spain. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

DeborahGun said...

I am now a follower on GFC.

krislovesfabric said...

Somewhere in between...who need labels :)

sherry said...

i am a out of the box quilter...i rarely follow a pattern and just design what i like

Marnie said...

I am a somewhere in between. My favorite fabrics are probably Civil War era in greens and browns.
Thanks for the give away.

Marsha in Texas said...

I love traditional, then I find myself pulled off into the world of art quilts. Not the funky stuff, but basically painting a picture with fabric.

Marsha in Texas said...

Not sure how to answer the second part, you are in my email box!?!?

Tammy said...

I think I am a somewhere in-between quilter. I love to use bright vivid colors.And I love lots of modern fabrics. But the new vintage looking ones are appealing to me more and more And I am very slow at creating. It takes me forever to choose my fabrics.

Tammy said...

Now following via GFC

Tanya said...

I like a little bit of each, more traditional though. Thanks for chance to win.

Vicki H said...

Hi Monica, I am a new follower via GFC.

JoyceLM said...

I'm not arty - I know that. But I think I'm a combination of traditional and modern. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Vicki H said...

I am more of a traditional quilter but have made the move to get a little modern. I am finding I need more low volume fabrics to go with my brights. Thanks for the chance.

Myself said...

I'm a traditional quilter (at least that what my friends are saying) and I just love to use Michael Miller's fabrics everytime I get the chance :) Thanks so much for this great giveaway!
myself1977(at)gmail(dot)com

Myself said...

I'm your follower via GFC! Thanks!

susan wheatley said...

I guess my quilting style depends on who I am making the quilt for. If left to my own devices, I am a traditional modern quilter. I am not partial to any one fabric designer, it's just whatever fits into my quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway and the chance to win.
































Joyce Carter said...

I would say I am more of a traditional quilter because I love all the traditional patterns and my favorite fabrics are the 1930 reproduction ones. Thank you so much for the great giveaway.

Sallie said...

I'm a traditional quilter and love jewel-toned fabrics.

Nanbon44 said...

mostly traditional style and my fave fabric is what I pull from my huge stash... sometimes it takes me days to make up my mind on what I will use.

Nanbon44 said...

Follow GFC

Anonymous said...

thanks for the giveaway-- I'm more traditional than anything but I'm more of a crafter than a quilter(I love ann kelle's fabric)
cjscraftcorner(at)gmail(dot)com

Vivian said...

I am an applique quilter, I guess modern and I like to use fabric that fit my designs, mostly batiks. Thanks.

Sowing Stitches said...

I am a somewhereinbetweendependingonmymood quilter. :) I just love to quilt and find it difficult to 'stick' with one style of quilting. As to fabric I use most...it's easier to look at it this way, I very rarely use panels. I have a fabric 'addiction' and I try my very best to use as many types as possible.

ytsmom said...

I'm a mix. I like both traditional and modern quilt. And I like almost all kinds of fabrics!!

ytsmom said...

I just signed up to follow on Google Friend Connect!!

Dianne Nanney said...

bloglovin; I have always been grawn to gingham & polka dot fabrics:) I consider myself traditional:) dfnanney@gmail.com

Becky said...

I'm a pretty traditional quilter. I do like some modern adaptations, but not exclusively. My favorite designer is Kari Meng from French General. Thank you for sharing this awesome giveaway!!! Happy Thanksgiving!

Becky said...

I follow your blog with Bloglovin'. Happy Thanksgiving!

Jane Olsa said...

I like traditional and love florals - RJR, Moda, etc. Thanks for your giveaway!

Jane Olsa said...

I like traditional quilting, love to work with florals and paisleys, Thanks for your giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I am my own style of quilter...lol I'm just awful about doing things the same way twice in a row...not good for a quilter, so I like to do a lot of applique. I lOVE all fabrics in bold and bright colors...happy colors and combinations. I like to look at all the blogs to learn techniques which I may or may not use, but I can always find inspiration! Thank you for the eye candy! Judi at bduncan56@varnet.net

Candace said...

Hi, I think I am beginning to become a traditional quilter, although I never met a dotted fabric I didn't like as long as it is a cheerful one.
I am following your blog from Google. Thank YOU!

knitterb said...

I'm a traditional quilter and I love batiks. Email is bmontema@hotmail.com

Kelli said...

I think I fall somewhere in between modern, traditional, and arty. And I am a polka dot fiend! :) Thanks for the chance to win! xoxo

Kelli said...

I am a follower through GFC, or blogger, which I switched over to bloglovin', so I follow over there too. :)

AmandaK@whatthebobbin said...

Mod/traditional....I like what like and don't care about labels.

Nice giveaway!

Susan said...

I am a beginning quilter, and somewhere between modern and traditional. My favorite fabrics are Moda solids and marbles.

bee said...

i'm more of a modern quilter. i love using modern fabrics, like Kate Spain, bright colors!

Joanna said...

I'm a traditional lover and love the classic quilt blocks.

Joanna said...

I follow by bloglovin.

Pink Scissors Design said...

I'm somewhere in between! :)

Deborah
pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com
Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

legato1958 said...

I follow by google friend connect
Susie
legato1958@aol.com

Christine M said...

I'm more a traditional quilter. As for fabric, I'm starting to get quite a collection of Bonnie and Camille but really, I like all sorts of fabrics. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

legato1958 said...

I tend to like more traditional quilts... with bright and happy colors. I love Moda fabrics. I am just learning to make FWSQ blocks now, and love using modern fabrics in those blocks.

Susie
legato1958@aol.com

Charlene McCullough said...

I'm a traditional and applique quilter. I love to use old looking fabrics, like Victorian florals. What a fantastic giveaway. Thank you so much

Pat V. said...

I tend to make traditional blocks with modern fabrics. I love paper piecing, too! Your quilt is fabulous!

Sue said...

I guess I am a traditional person with a touch of modern. The modern part comes from my fabric choices...bright, vibrant colors! I love all things Riley Blake and Basic Grey!

Sue said...

I follow you via GFC.

Ophelia's Quilts said...

Hi! What a wonderful give away. I really don't have a style yet. I'm just getting into quilting and I am yet to follow a pattern. I like to design my own quilts. If I had to put myself in a category, I'd choose 'artsy'? But I love all types of quilts.

Needled Mom said...

I am basically a traditional quilter, but am finding myself more drawn to the modern quilts lately. I love any scrap quilt.

PK Sews said...

What a wonderful blog you have! I stared following via Bloglovin because I loved your Cathedral Pincushion tutorial. I primarily do art quilts but I love making little quilty gifts for people. I love batiks and text prints. Thanks so much for sharing!

PK Sews said...

I follow via Bloglovin! Thanks again.

Cecilia said...

I don't know how I would classify my quilting style. I love bright colors and solids, as well as the 30's prints. Maybe I'm a Modern Traditionalist? Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

I make mostly traditional quilts but am open to learning new techniques. I follow you on my rss feed.

Theresa W
foleywestrup(at)Hotmail(dot)com

ritainalaska said...

i'm a 'tween quilter, some traditional, some modern and love batiks!

Karen Pryce said...

I guess I am a somewhere in betweem quilter as I like both modern and traditional quilts but sewn more traditional quilts. Batiks are my favorite fabrics.

Evie H said...

I'm not sure, but I think I'm a combination traditional/modern quilter. I love repro fabrics but also like bright colors and almost anything in red! I haven't done any miniatures, but I guess it's a step down (up?) from the 1 1/2" postage stamps I love working with. I would love to win your giveaway!

Gretchen said...

I'm a hybrid quilter - I love traditional patterns done in very modern and bright fabrics!

Anonymous said...

I'm mostly a traditional quilter but do try other techniques as well. And I love to work with Christmas colors - reds, greens, whites, and gold - any manufacturer - I love them all! Thanks for the giveaway.
wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

Nancy said...

Too bad about the other winner. Lucky for someone this time around! What a nice giveaway you are offering. I'm fairly new to quilting and have been trying different styles. I'm drawn to the appearance of vintage/antique quilts but it's fun to make the more modern quilts, too. I love using plaids and older style prints, pre-1900s. Thanks again for your generosity.

Nancy said...

I just started following your blog. Thanks again!

Angelia Lanouette said...

I am a new quilter and consider my self somewhere in between. I am really drawn to the warm colors of traditional quilts. But I also like some modern quilts. Some of my favorite designers are Sweetwater, Denyse Schmidt, and Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

Coser Tejer Crear said...

Hello! I am a modern quilter and I prefer bright happy colors, flowers and fairy stories. I love Once upon a time by Alexander henry and Far Far Away by Heather Ross. Thank you for this giveaway!

wipgirl said...

I guess I'm somewhere between modern and traditional - I'm not sure I really fit into either category.

My favourite fabrics are modern ones - I'm a big fan of older Heather Ross.

clumsy.chord(AT)gmail.com

My heart is here said...

I´m quite modern quilter and love to use all kind of fabrics :)
mmyheartishere@gmail.com

Susan said...

I am a traditional quilter. I like bright colors

B Greene said...

I would say that I am a Modern quilter with a healthy dash of traditional thrown in there, but I stick fairly strictly with modern fabrics. Thanks so much for the great giveaway chance!

B Greene said...

I follow you through BlogLovin' and RSS feed, but read exclusively through The Old Reader these days.

Kelly Williams said...

I am now following your blog.

Kelly Williams said...

I am a fairly new quilter. I really love the traditional quilts. Absolutely love the Civil War fabrics. I do like some of the modern styles. I have been a little leery of tackling them. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

Gill said...

I'm somewhere in between!
I love Denyse Schmidt fabrics!

Gill said...

I'm a GFC follower!

Stephanie said...

I am somewhere in the middle as far as type of quilter, and I use more modern fabrics, or just anything that speaks to me!

Stephanie said...

I follow on bloglovin

Rebeckah Austin said...

I am somewhere in between. I like the traditional blocks with modern fabrics and I like modern quilts, but not too modern.

Lisa Cox said...

I'm a somewhere in between quilter, I guess. I love the traditional blocks and patterns, but really love the more modern fabrics to go along with them.
My favorite fabrics are batiks. I haven't made a quilt using them yet as I'm building my stash slowly until I find the perfect pattern for ME!!!
I'd love to win. Thanks for the chance.

Reb Thack said...

I'm a modern quilter and as such, gravitate to more modern fabrics like Kate and Birdie's Winter's Lane, v & co's simply style, or Bonnie and Camille's happy go lucky. Although, every once in a while, I like to use more traditional fabric (a la French General) in a modern-ish project.

Reb Thack said...

I follow via GFC

Cherry said...

I am traditional with a twist, occasionally modern, and dabble in art quilts. My favorite fabrics are batiks, shot cottons, hand dyes, classics (Peggy O'Toole), and some moderns.

Cherry said...

I follow your blog via GFC. Thanks for the giveaway.

Robin said...

I'm mostly a traditional quilter and tend to like the more traditional fabrics also especially Civil War/reproduction and Kansas Troubles styles. I follow your blog as a bookmark on my tablet not through a blog service. Thanks for the chance to win. Robin rnoel57@gmail.com

tpott said...

I'm a follower through GFC. Thanks for such a generous giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne

tpott said...

I'm a traditional quilter and I like Kansas Troubles colors, Fig Tree and Batiks. I wish I could FMQ like you, you might think yours isn't great but, it looks pretty good to me. ;-> Toni Anne

pippirose said...

I`m a traditional quilter, but I`m itching to cut loose some day, and do more artsy ones! I love reproduction fabrics,especially delicate florals; polka dots; and children`s fabrics. Love whimsical.
:o)
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

jmniffer said...

I am mostly a traditional quilter who uses Civil War/1800 reproduction fabrics. Thanks for the chance at an awesome giveaway.

Natasha Patton said...

I LOVE your blog and your header! This is kinda my preferences of colors and style! Joined it immediately! I love making pictorial and landscape quilts6 modern as well! But my husband loves classy6 so I do both! Thanks for chance!!!

Rose Sabey said...

Since I am afairly new quilter, I don't have a style yet, but am drawn to the modern quilts and I really like Moda fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity! rosesabey@yahoo.com

Sherry said...

I would say that I am a traditional quilter wanting to be a little more modern. I love all Fig Tree fabrics.

Barbe said...

i'm pretty much a modern/contemporary quilter. like solids and i like Free Spirit and Westminster fabrics mostly though i am starting to collect a lot of text prints

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