Sunday, May 22, 2011

Giveaway Day!

Welcome to my Sew Mama Sew! Giveaway!

And my little corner of the internet where I mainly blog about quilting. From time to time, I blog about other things like hooking (the crochet kind), knitting, sewing objects that aren't quilts, homebrewing, Mi Galego Obstinado (aka my American husband of Galician (Spain) descent who also home brews and is learning to sew and I swear will never finish collecting graduate degrees), and my pets.

But in the end, it's all about the quilting. I don't really consider myself a traditional quilter though I'm the most recent quilter in my family, but I don't consider myself a modern quilter either. I really just do what works for me:

I often piece by hand...
Broken Dishes

I mainly quilt by hand...
CharlieBrown.Front.Full
CharlieBrown.Back.Full

And I make this block (tutorial here)...
Origami Pinwheel

Alot...
Origami Pinwheel Quilt Top - Full

Which leads me to my little giveaway...

Today I'm giving away FOUR Charm Packs of Sherbert Pips.

Giveaway Photo

I have found that charm packs are a great way to make the Origami Pinwheel Quilt above fairly quickly with about 2 yards of background fabric and minimal hand sewing.

My momma and I are still working out the best way to quilt the top above, so please check back later this summer when I will have two examples -- one from me doing my own thing with hand-quilting, and one from my momma who will quilt it on her long arm (once she gets it set back up after moving this weekend).

To enter this giveaway, leave a comment below (by Thursday, May 26 at 8am CDT and I will ship internationally) and tell me what project you have been wanting to tackle.

My momma really wants to see what I could do with a double-wedding ring given what she says is my distinct aesthetic in comparison to other quilts in our family. That and she says it's about time I make one --as a right of passage.

Whereas I'm wanting to tackle a whole cloth quilt (which she is also excited about). I have been sketching designs for close to a year. I am now at the point that I need to not only finish up the quilting on my large standing frame but I also need to finish the large stack of baby, wedding, and graduation gifts. I'm hoping that in July I can get the fabric onto the frame, the threads ordered and the design drafted onto the fabric with my trusty no. 2 pencil.

Oh and if you already are a follower or become one, let me know via comment for an extra entry.

Good luck to everyone who enters! And thank you for visiting me :)

427 comments:

  1. I love your blog and am follower. I met you at Sew Fresh last week, I am in awe of your work, it's beautiful

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  2. I am a follower and love your blog and your tenacity with the hand piecing! I have been wanting to tackle making my daughters new name banner for her new big girl bedroom. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  3. I have a stack--I won't admit how many :)--of UFOs that I would really like to get back to this summer. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  4. I've been longing for these sherbet pips for a while. I can't seem to find them in Singapore.

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  5. Wow - your quilts are beautiful! I've made a couple of baby-sized quilts but the next thing I'd like to try is an adult-sized quilt for my newly-redecorated bedroom. gulp!

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  6. I love handpiecing it's so relaxing stitching at night.I'd like to try machine applique (faster) but I enjoy hand applique too.

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  7. You're so lucky to come from a family of quilters. I'm hoping that I'll learn enough to pass it on to my daughter or son. I do want to make a windmill quilt next but this origami one is a really beautiful one to try.

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  8. I have yet to finish a quilt. I have two that are nearly finished, so actually quilting them is the thing I want to tackle this summer.

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  9. I just finished a queen-size quilt so I would like to make a few smaller projects before I tackle another big one.

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  10. Oh my gosh what isn't my next project to tackle. Hmm...hopefully finishing up some memorial quilts!

    Love the new blog header :) very summery

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  11. ...and I'm a follower, and proud of it ma'am!

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  12. Lovely! Thanks so much! I really would like to make a zigzag quilt!

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  13. I am a new follower now! looking forward to read more!

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  14. Oh what beautiful quilts! I'm working on a friendship triangle square quilt now. My guild has been exchanging Edyta Sitar's half square triangles all year and hopefully by November I'll have enough for a quilt!

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  15. I still want to make a whole quilt out of cathedral windows :)
    Bye
    Susanne

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  16. I need to recover 2 beautiful danish mid century style armchairs. i have the fabric but have been procrastinating.

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  17. I have actually started my project. Acivil war quilt

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  18. I am so glad I found your blog! I have a ridiculous want-to-do list. One thing...curved piecing!

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  19. I am currently making sewing little paper hexagons. Im not sure what it'll become but i think it would be a good one to hand quilt. I want my granny to teach me. I'm 35 and my granny is still around. She has the fastest smallest hand stitch in the land :)

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  20. I am making quilts for a friend who's adopting!

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  21. I love sherbert pips (the dog looks just like my mutt!) I'm hoping to take on my FIRST quilt this summer and give it as a wedding present to my future husband.

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  22. Love the pips! I've been needing to make my daughter some slippers since the first pair I made her turned out too small ... and that was Christmas day. Now that it's Spring guess I dodged that one for another year!

    New blog follower too.

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  23. I need to make a baby quilt + pants + hat for a friend as a gift for her first baby.

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  24. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  25. I've really been wanting to make a quilt for my bed. It's just such a large project that it intimidates me, LOL.

    senjosuki at yahoo

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  26. I'm a new follower :D

    senjosuki at yahoo

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  27. I've been wanting to make a lap quilt for my living area couch.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  28. the origami pinwheels look great. I have a list of projects I'd love to do this summer, including designing my own quilt.

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  29. i have been wanting to make a half square triangle quilt and then quilt it myself

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  30. And the project I'm looking to tackle this summer is a queen-sized quilt for our bed--I've never made one so big, so I'm a little intimidated!

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  31. I'm wanting to tackle painting a whole cloth quilt!

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  32. i would love to get through the pile of presents that i need to make, so that i could maybe make something for myself!

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  33. I need to make some new curtains for my kitchen and some pillows for my kids rooms.

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  34. I really want to tackle a lone star quilt. I've done a few blocks that are smaller versions, but I'm talking king sized, one giant star!

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  35. the origami pinwheels are impressive! love the sherbet pips. maybe i can make a stamp quilt out of those... thanks for a chance to win them!

    liz1611 at gmail.com

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  36. ooh, great giveaway! i've had my eyes on Sherbet Pips for awhile now! As for a project I want to tackle, I am still a very beginner quilter. I need to make my youngest son a quilt for his bed. His big brother has one, but I've yet to make that 2nd quilt yet!

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  37. I am following your blog. :)

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  38. I have a top for a friend that's just been laying out in the guest room for like a week, waiting to be sandwiched. I hate that part. Thanks for the chance at such a fabulous prize! And I'm really impressed with the hand piecing.

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  39. I have two quilt tops that have been planned and fabric procured, but I need to get this other (smaller) stuff out of the way so I can dedicate the time to get them adequately started. Thank goodness for summer time!

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  40. I love the Sherbet Pips!! I am thinking about tackeling a quilt with the twister ruler! gougeonathome@charter.net (Allison)

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  41. I've been dying to finish a sun hat for my daughter.

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  42. I've been holding off on purchasing the sherbet pips for a while, but may need to break down and buy some soon. And what am I thinking about tackling??? Not sure if this will qualify for your question, but I've been wanting to teach my 6-year old granddaughter how to sew/quilt. I'd love to have something we can do together that nobody else in the family does with me.

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  43. G'Day! I'm here for the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! Please visit me, too:
    http://www.homemakerhoney.com/2011/05/sew-mama-sew-may-giveaway-day-ends-may.html

    Deborah
    Homemaker Honey
    @Homemaker_Honey
    homemakerhoney.com
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  44. I have been meaning to tackle a dress for myself for the summer... I always end up sewing for others, it seems to me more fun. :)

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  45. I'm working on a pinwheel quilt now. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. Just the thought of winning some Sherbet Pips makes my heart skip! I'd love to get back to tackling my first ever hand stitched hexie quilt! It's for my daughter but I've had to take a break while going through a rough second pregnancy.
    Thank you for the chance to win :)
    zabecc(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  47. You do beautiful work! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  48. I would love to be patient enough to handquilt a quilt, but usually Im too eager to finish.

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  49. i need to tackle making a quilt for my friend's first baby arriving this fall! great giveaway! thanks!

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  50. I would love to make a light weight quilt for the summer!

    alisonDblanchard [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  51. Oohh I want to win the pips. I'm planning a quilt for my 12 year old niece and I think this fabric is spot on for this age group. Still pink but not too girly.

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  52. I am getting ready to free motion quilt for the very first time save for a practice mini! Thanks for the chance at some Pips :)

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  53. I need to keep piecing the queen size quilt I'm making for my boyfriend's bed !

    Thanks for the giveaway !

    marika_ouellet@hotmail.com

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  54. Thanks for the chance to win! I have done lots of little mini quilting projects, but have never done a full size quilt. That is next on my list of projects!

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  55. I want to tackle several sets of matching (one person) quilts to use on our bed. Nothing is so sad as a quilter with a naked bed -- and our bed quilt is ready to fall apart.

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  56. I have been wanting to make a throw quilt to snuggle under during chilly evenings--this could help me out :) Plus it's my favorite fabric line ever :)

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  57. Oh such lovely fabric, I'd so love to win it, there is no Sherbit Pips in New Zealand.

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  58. I have a quilt top that needs backing and binding. It is my first real quilt and I don't dare mess it up!

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  59. Hand quilting sounds hard core. :) I like it.

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  60. so sweet, thanks for the chance to win! I am wanting to make a sampler quilt!

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  61. I've been wanting to tackle hexagons!!

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  62. I have been wanting to tackle stippling! I am strictly a straight line quilter because my last machine was very bad for FMQing, but I have just gotten a new machine and I think it is time to dive in - a lot of people seem to think it is faster/easier for big quilts so that sounds good to me.

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  63. I want to tackle a pinwheel quilt!

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  64. thanks for a chance to win. i am going to make my son a quilt for his dorm room.

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  65. I've been wanting to tackle a dresden plate quilt, but I'm a beginning quilter, so I think I'll work my way up to it :)

    tarapage22(at)gmail(dot)com

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  66. I want to tackle a cathedral windows quilt with vintage block I found yard sale-ing.

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  67. I'm trying to finish up mug rugs for teacher gifts by the end of the week - my first try and quilting!

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  68. I've been dying to make something with hexagons lately, for some reason! I'm thinking new pillow covers :) Although now that I read the comments, I'm reminded that I wanted to try cathedral windows too! Decisions decisions... :)

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  69. I am trying to tackle free motion quilting. I'm practicing on mug rugs

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  70. I'm in the middle of sewing a backpack for my toddler. She's starting preschool in the fall and I want to get it done in time!! ;)

    skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

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  71. I am wanting to tackle a king size quilt for my bed! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  72. the project I NEED to tackle is sewing for a baby shower I'm throwing for my bestie. the one I want to tackle is making a dress for my daughters birthday pics

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  73. I have this idea for a sudoku quilt I have wanted to do. I just need some fabric. (black and white mostly. lol.)

    p.s. my email is khsmiles(at)juno(dot)com

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  74. I don't have a lot of quilting skills, but I've been wanting try one of those pillows that looks like spiralled patchwork {not sure if that even makes sense - - I have limited quilting lingo - - it's a shame}.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  75. I've been wanting to try kid's clothes.
    mindfulhome at gmail dot com

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  76. I am so impressed that you mainly hand quilt and piece. I do most everything by machine. In spite of this we are both QUILTERS. Thanks so much for participating in this giveaway! Good luck with your Double Wedding Ring. I'd love to make a New York Beauty quilt:) It's on my list.

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  77. I've had the urge to do a quilt rather small things like the bags I've been making. Thanks for the chance to win!

    pstaveley(at)roadrunner(dot)com

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  78. I made the top of a quilt for my king size bed...now I just have to quilt it!
    dvdenter (at) gci (dot) net

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  79. I've been wanting to tackle any of Amy Butler's handbags, just got her book. LOVE the sherbert pips, sooo cute!

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  80. there are so many projects I want to take on, but I need to finish all my UFOs first.. then maybe a braided quilt, a new purse, or the heirloom quilt for my son's family

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  81. I've been wanting to make an I spy quilt for my daughter, but I don't want to buy a kit, I want to collect my own fabrics which seems really daunting to me.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  82. Following.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  83. I'm new to quilting so I am just hoping to finish a couple of quilts.

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  84. I would love to attempt a crossroads quilt (I saw it on the moda bake shop). I suspect it would be one I'd dip into over the course of the year as it looks really demanding to my beginner skills!

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  85. Oh how great! I love sherbet pips. I'm waiting to tackle... buying a new sewing machine. This IS a project! Months in the making. I think I've narrowed down to a Bernina but not sure!!!

    But for a sewing project? A paper peiced object.

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  86. I sew a lot, but I've never made a quilt, it's on "my list"! :)
    Gorgeous quilts and great giveaway, thanks so much!

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  87. Moda Bake Shop has Charming Stars. I desperately want to start it.

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  88. I have been wanting to start my sons twin quilt for a long time now, he'll soon be out of his toddler bed so I need to hurry!

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  89. Love love love Sherbet Pips! What a wonderful giveaway...thanks for the chance! I've been wanting to do coordinating quilts for all three of my boys. I just keep changing my mind which fabrics I want to use...so many great new things keep coming out!

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  90. I have a dozen vintage grandmothers flower garden squares(?) that I need to put together or use. I am waiting for some fabulous inspiration. I am hoping It will come this summer. I also love the hand quilting. Yeah for hand quilters!! Thanks for sharing! Happy quilting!

    Angie

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  91. I need to get started on a bunch of baby quilts. I have finished two and have at least 5 more. I like your whole cloth idea, that is on my list.

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  92. I need to start on a quilt for my son.

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  93. Just amazing hand work- WOW!!

    candy at fiber dot net

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  94. I follow :)

    candy at fiber dot net

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  95. I am so excited to find someone who does it by hand... I quilt entirely by hand as well :)

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  96. I have some intricate paper pieced flower patterns that will make gorgeous wall hangings if I'd ever just quit drooling over them and start sewing!

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  97. I have been wanting to work on more applique -- I did some in a sampler and loved it.

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  98. I love to make dolls quilts for the toys i make for charity each year.

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  99. I've just begun work on an English Paper Piecing Project; that was my wish project. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.
    jmniffer at comcast dot net

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  100. I really want to get started making a grandmother's flower garden quilt with lots of lovely hexies. Thanks for a chance to win your giveaway.

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  101. The project I am most wanting to tackle is a queen sized quilt. I have the pattern and the fabric, now I just need the courage to put it all together!

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  102. Also, I am now a follower!

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  103. Nice giveaway -- thanks! I just discovered SewMamaSew and the whole afternoon is gone like that. Such fun!

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  104. Beautiful quilts and work. Love the idea of doing these in a pinwheel, fun idea. I need to tackle a quilt top and quilt it. It is one I want to do fancy quilting on, so need to practice some small pieces with free motion so I can feel comfortable doing a large one.

    Debbie

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  105. That is super cute fabric! My 4 yr old is learning how to sew and loves to make quilts with the charm packs! So pick me! ;)

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  106. I just started quilting, but I am so excited because my grandmother used to be an excellent quilter before she passed away. I'm on my first project, and I'm already planning number two!

    I can't wait to see your tutorials. I'm gonna come back and check them out when I have some time.

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  107. Great fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  108. My mom bought me some fabric for Christmas for a quilt for myself and I can't wait to have a chance to start on it. :)

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  109. Oh that's a great collection! I want to try half-square triangles - basic, but I'm a newbie, so I'm sure it'll be a learning experience.

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  110. This fabric would make such a cute hat!

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  111. I LOVE Sherbet Pips, thanks for a fab giveaway.

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  112. love the Pips and have made a very cute quilt using a charm squares.

    and love your pinwheel block.

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  113. Thanks for a chance to win. I'm thinking now I need to make one of your organic pinwheels. But I have several quilts on my quilting bucket list. I'd love to make a double wedding ring as well.

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  114. I've yet to tackle making a bag, but I have a pattern in hand. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  115. Oooh Sherbert Pips! What a delicious surprise :) I'm hoping to make a quilt for my hubby -- he keeps stealing the one I made for "us" so I'm thinking he'd be happy with one of his own. Thanks for your generous giveaway!

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  116. PS: I subscribed to your blog and can't wait to read more!!

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  117. This would be lovely to win. Thanks for the giveaway! Sherbet Pips is one of my current favourite fabric lines... I want to tackle my first clothing project this summer - branch out a bit from quilting!

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  118. I love Sherbet Pips! And I'm trying to quilt a stack of tops this summer now that I finally got a short arm quilting table off of Ebay - I'm actually finishing quilts at a respectable pace!

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  119. Lovely charm packs!! I have a big ol stack of tops just waiting to be quilted. I have a brain block when it comes to tackling those for some reason!!

    Cheers!
    Rachel
    http://www.DewberryLane.com

    HappyQuilting at DewberryLane dot com

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  120. I really want to do the Cathedral Window pattern. It is on the list to do :)

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  121. I have wanted to make a quilt using a twister template.

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  122. Lovely giveaway! I really want to try to make a queen sized hexagon quilt >.<

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  123. The project I can't wait to tackle in making shortalls for my 11 month old son! I have tons of cute madras plaids to use!!

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  124. You hand piece? Impressive! Thanks for participating in this giveaway.

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  125. I'm following you! Your blog goes some amazing quilting places!

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  126. This is a great prize! You are going to make someone very, very happy!
    Thanks for participating in Giveaway Day!

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  127. Thanks so much for the generous giveaway. I've got lots I've been meaning to tackle...Dear Jane, Baltimore Album, Dresden Plate. So many projects...so little time.

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  128. Hello,
    I would love to try your tutorial with these!

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  129. Hello,
    I am a new follower.

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  130. i have the pattern and fabric ready to make myself a quilted purse - just need to get on it. :) great giveaway!

    bess
    jbknav at hotmail dot com

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  131. A project I want to tackle is a dresden plate. I hope to make a practice one sometime next week. Hope it turns out! Great giveaway. I absolutely love sherbet pips!

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  132. My two month old baby quilt

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  133. I would like to make a little lap quilt. It is cold here in Boston...even in late May!

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  134. One day I would like to machine quilt. First, I need to get a sewing machine.

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  135. Tokyo Subway Map quilt.
    ellaredstar (at) gmail (dot) com

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  136. I've been promising my daughter a quilt for months. I keep putting it off to stock my Etsy shops. Maybe there's a Sherbet Pips quilt in her future?
    kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com
    nixohandmade.etsy.com

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  137. I'd love to make a log cabin. Great giveaway - thanks!

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  138. I like the origami idea! very neat!

    RP from BBC {at} gmail {dot} com

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  139. I will be making my daughter a twin size quilt and quilting it myself. Great giveaway.
    wmslro@msn.com

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  140. Thanks for the chance to enter! I have been wanting to tackle curves but hate pinning so don't know when that travesty will happen ;) Love your blog & admire your talent!
    shelleylynnvogelatgmaildotcom

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  141. I don't now that I want to tackle this project, but my sister wants a quilt for her King size bed. I might have to put that on hold to sew something with the Sherbet Pips

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  142. Well, I have a skirt that needs to get finished. I've been wanting to try my hand at quilting for a while now. After I get our spring cleaning out of the way, that's up next. :)

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  143. I've always wanted to make a double wedding ring but as a newer quilter don't think I'm up for it yet.

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  144. I'd like to do a cathedral windows quilt, no idea when I will find the time, it's on a list of about a thousand other things to make!

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  145. Sherbet Pips in pinwheels. That would be darling!

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  146. You do great work! Thank you for a great giveaway!

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  147. What a great giveaway! I love the fabric. I want to make a quilt for my daughters school starting in September.

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  148. I have some baby quilts and dresses in my to do list ;D
    Thanks for the chance :D

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  149. I Heart SHerbert Pips and thank you for this giveaway!

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  150. awesome! imisswaylon@Hotmail.com

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  151. I would love to make a quilt for my new baby boy, but there's never enough time!

    stashavalanche[at]gmail[dot]com

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  152. Your work is so impressive! I'm so glad I stopped by your blog.

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  153. I'm having a love hate relationship with my curtain project and really want to tackle them. But I really hate sewing curtains (though I love the fabrics I've picked)!

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  154. Oh my! You make beautiful quilts. And darling pin wheels. thanks for the chance on the Pips.

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  155. I'd love to try your origami pin wheel!

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  156. I want to make a set of really cute pillow covers for my couch because my current one had an incident with a Sharpie! LOL! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  157. Thanks for the chance! thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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  158. I follow your blog:) Thanks for the chance! thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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  159. thanks for the chance! I want to tackle circles.

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  160. I've never pieced a quilt and I'd really like too. Thanks for the chance to win!

    grokgrace (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  161. I've been wanting to make my first quilt! I've sewn other things, but would love to tackle a quilt.

    ozknitter(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  162. I've been trying to drum up the nerve to tackle a hexagon quilt... Maybe with the Pips?

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  163. and I'm now a follower of your blog via Google Reader!

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  164. Oh Pips!! YAY!
    I've been wanting to work on, and finish, a quilt for my husband for Father's day.

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  165. The project I've been wanting to tackle for awhile now is a quilt for my room. I've never made a quilt for myself before so I'm excited to finally get around to it

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  166. I would love to try a quilt! I think they are beautiful! Thanks so much for putting this giveaway together!

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  167. I love how textural your block is. I want to tackle something for me! Anything! Maybe a nice summery skirt. Linen, perhaps.

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  168. My project would be to start a quilt....any quilt!
    mzanfardino(at)nc.rr(dot).com

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  169. I'd like to get a quilt made for my little one and finish up his clothes for the summer. :)

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  170. Yeah, I need to make some curtains. But I haven't felt like it yet :) Thanks for the generous giveaway!!

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  171. I have hats to make before June 15th so what am I doing when I should be cutting and sewing. Loving reading all these blogs for sewmamasew giveaways. It's all about choices and today this is mine.bc(underscore)hats(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  172. Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    I loves the gifts^^
    I will make small patchwork project like wrislet, pencil case and also wallet during my free time :)

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  173. I just want to start my very first quilt! I need to get on it!

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  174. I really want to finish making my Single Girl quilt. It's a really fun take on the double wedding ring quilt and I have been dragging my feet big time on it because I am so intimidated by all the curved piecing.

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  175. Your quilts are gorgeous! Thank you for the generous giveaway. :)

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  176. thanks so much for the chance. I am a beginning quilter so I think I am ready to move beyond a plain square lol! I am nervous, but I wanna try now!

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  177. I am reupholstering the inside of a travel case, if I ever make it through my to do lists of mending and kids clothes. I love sherbet pips!!

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  178. What a great giveaway! My goal is to do machine quilting with my domestic sewing machine. Thanks for participating in SMS Giveaway Day.

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  179. I am subscribed to your blog in my reader

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  180. pinwheels are exactly what I want to tackle next but I am afraid of them!

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  181. Sherbet Pips! I would love some...

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  182. i have been wanting to finish up a picnic blanket i started a year ago. picnic season is upon us!

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