October 1, 2010

Fall Into Fall Giveaway Goodies

The Fall-into-Fall Giveaway has begun ........ Yahoooooooooo

Debi organizes the best giveaways .... good luck to everyone.





Now my guidelines may differ slightly so pay close attention.

1. You "must" have an active blog somewhere, some type. Why? Well blogging is fun but also work so I feel those taking time to blog should win.

2. Your email address needs to be connected to your blog so check your profile. Please do not leave your email address in comments, No Reply email is not acceptable, your post will be deleted.

3. USA snailmail address only. I'm sorry I can't mail international.

4. I'm not going to have you jump through hoops to comment, I refuse to jump through hoops. This is suppose to be FUN. Just leave a comment here, one only please and tell me when you started quilting.

5. Comment deadline is October 14, 2010 (midnight eastern time). Winner will be drawn randomly by DH and you will be notified via email. You will have 2 days to claim your prize (Oct. 17, 2010) otherwise DH will draw another number.

Here's my goodies that will be yours:



Folk Art Sampler Quilt Kit (28x33) all fabric for top & binding; notebook cover, 4 photo clip hanger, 2 Essential thread spools (blue moon & teal), one man's striped shirt from Goodwill*, a set of Christmas napkins **.



Quilt Books: Cat's Meow by Janet Kime and Beyond Log Cabin by Kerry Gadd; Country Angel Quilt Pattern; Hearts Desire Pattern by Carol Doak; 3 Rayon embroidery thread spools and 3 McCall commercial patterns (apron, organizer and fleece accessories).


Go over to Debi's giveaway blog for the complete blogger listing. GOOD LUCK


NOTE:

* If you're trying to figure out why a man's stripe shirt ... check out THIS

** Your set of napkins will be made from different prints.


134 comments:

www.welovequilting.com said...

I started quilting when I was about 8 years old with two Great Great Aunts.
Thanks for the give a way.
Chris Wheeler
sadiemaesattic@aol.com

www.welovequilting.com/blog

Mary Lou Casada said...

What a haul!!! :-D I love it! Thanks for the generous possibilities!
Blessings,
Mary Lou

Wilma NC said...

Thanks for the chance to enter, but I never win, lol. But it's fun to look at the blogs. I started quilting in 1978. Did everything by had for many years til my sister gifted me with a rotary cutter and mat.

kathyinozarks said...

great giveaway-thank you, I started quilting soon after retirement around 2004-we were remodeling (still are) and hubby was sick, and I didn't have anything I could to do, and Mom says find a little corner somewhere and plug in that sewing machine-lol so I started doing raggy quilts from reclaimed materials
I love shirts for making quilts-I have a whole shelf and just love them

QuilterMary said...

Made my first quilt in 1975. Loving this fall giveaway!!

Fiesta said...

Thank you for the chance to win. I started quilting 5 years ago and I am still in love with the whole process.

sophie said...

Great giveaway, Sandy! I started quilting in 1996, when I lived in a very small town in the California wine country and wanted to take part in a yearly community raffle quilt.

Darlene said...

Thank you for offering this giveaway. Darlene

treamseatments.blogspot.com

Just JaiCi's Crafts said...

I started SEWING when I was 10 years old, and really started quilting at about 15. So, I've been quilting for 12 years, and sewing for 17! it's a joy for me and my "stress-relief".

Love you generous give-away!

Donna~~ said...

I started quilting in 1975-6 when I made a quilted DRESS. I started quilting to USE UP the leftovers--still haven't used them all up! Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

Gari said...

Thanks for not having us jump through hoops. I usually won't enter hoop jumping giveaways. Now, I started quilting about 10 years ago. I had an embroidery machine and was meeting with some "sewers" but didn't like to sew. So I got a rail fence pattern from Nancy's Notions and some cheep fabric and off I went. And was immediatly hooked.

Suzan said...

Nice giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

Mama Spark said...

I began quilting about 5 years ago. Nice giveaway!!

an encourager said...

I began quilting seven years ago. One of my best friends and I took a sampler quilt class. What a smart thing we did - I've never stopped! :)

malleycc said...

Phoey I tried to enter just before and it gave me system error so hopefully it didn't go thru and I have 2 entries. I started quilting 10 yrs ago. I made two memory quilts with the kids baby clothes and one rag quilt.
malleycc(at)hotmail(d0t)com

Tudy said...

I started hand quilting in the early 80's but do more piecing now and some machine quilting. Would love to win your giveaway.

Cindy said...

What a neat idea for the man's shirt - and to think I JUST gave a HUGE bag to Goodwill when I could have been making fun blocks. Very cool!!

I started quilting when I was knee-high, making blankets for dolls. Grandmother used to pass me her scraps and I'd hoard them.

Funny thing, I STILL hoard my scraps..LOL

Happy Fall.

Bridget B said...

I started quilting after I got married- over 50 years ago. My mother-in-law was a quilter. Thanks for having a giveaway

Leah said...

Great Giveaway. I started quilting when I was pregnant with my second child. He will be turning 12 next week.

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

I started quilting about 30 years ago. However I have been sewing since I was in the 7th grade. Got the bug then, made all my own clothes, later made my wedding dress and 4 bridesmaid dresses while in my senior year in high school. And yes still married to my high school sweetheart, just celebrated 40 years!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow thanks for a cool giveaway! Great prizes.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

What a fabulous group of giveaway gifts! Thanks for participating.
I started quilting right after I go married but had been sewing for years before that. So I could say I have been quilting for forty years.

Karen said...

What a generous giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. My grandmother quilted and I learned the basics when I was around 10 years old but I really started quilting seriously about 20 years ago. What a joy it is!

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quiltingnana said...

I started quilting about 30 years ago...on my own...saw a picture in a magazine and thought "I can do that"

PaTcHwOrK jEnN said...

I started quilting when I was 10 or 11 so 20 some years ago.

Donna said...

I have been sewing most of my life. I only started quilting less than two months ago. I am having great fun learning. Happy blog hopping!

Sarah Craig said...

Great giveaway! I quilted a little bit back when I was a teenager, but I really started to get into it (my hubby says "obsessed!") about a year ago!

crazypatch dreamer said...

Great stuff, and I love that use of the man's shirt! I have a collection of shirts too, and will keep that pattern in mind.
Thank you for the opportunity to win.

Regina said...

I started quilting this year and I am an ADDICT. I was hooked before I finished my first one.

ABamaMom said...

Wow! Thanks for the giveaway!

I started quilting when my daughter was in high school, 3 years ago. The first quilt I did was a band t-shirt quilt that I hand-tied. I was hooked.

Me said...

I started quilting a few stitches about 5 years ago on a wallhanging. Got frustrated and threw it in the closet until 2 days ago, and it's going much better! Would love to win your giveaway! Thanks!

susies1955 said...

I started quilting in 2003 but with SO many hobbies I haven't done an awful lot.
I have an active hobby blog.
I'm in northern NY. :)
I'm following your blog with google reader.
Susie

Kathy - mom of many said...

I love the assortment you have. Thanks. Kathy

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Rhonda P. said...

Awesome giveaway! Please add my name to the pot!

Janet said...

I made a doll blanket when I was 10. I've always loved sewing and crafts. I love making blankets for babies and children.

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

I like your giveaway rules. I think people should blog too!

I started quilting 8 years ago when I was caring for terminal family members. I am going to post about it soon.

QuiltingKrazy said...

I hope your having fun! I am !
Thanks!

Pam said...

I started quilting in 1989 and took about a 10 yr break and have now been back to quilting this past year.

Morah said...

The first quilt I made was in 1984 although today I know better. It was actually two pieces of flannel with staight line...uhm...quilting???? Took quite a while off, dabbled, but have been HOOKED for the last 10 years.

Mamma Bears Fault said...

I started quilting about 7 years ago when I opened a Christmas present, of which I thought was a quilt. Oh no, it was just the fabric. I had to MAKE my own quilt :) I've been hooked ever since! Thank you for participating in the "Fall into Fall Giveaway"! Not only does it give us the chance to win some pretty great prizes, but we also get to meet some amazing people! Thanks again and take care - Elizabeth

deserae said...

I started quilting when I won an online quilting class. I got hooked!

Mary said...

Holy cow! What a generous person you are! Thanks for participating in this giveaway!

Coloradolady said...

I started quilting last summer, made my first quilt. lovely giveaway!!!

andsewon said...

I did my first quilt project in 1981.
Love your gifties!
Love the whole blog hopping thing!
Hugs,
Lola

quiltma said...

I just started my blog today. It looks like a lot of fun. It's something I've been wanting to do for a long time.
Thank you for the giveaway and also for the example of what to do with the shirt. I also just love the hunt at the Goodwill and Salvation Army stores.
http://suesquiltinghaven.blogspot.com/

Karin said...

Wow - those boxes look HARD. I hope I win, 'cuz I'd love to learn the technique. I blog at

http://blog.thecallanders.name

That's our travel, sewing, sightseeing, & general observations blog - truly, one-size fits all.

Why'd I start quilting? Actually, because a fellow camper told me I'd love it. Guess what - she was RIGHT!

kcs619 said...

I've been quilting for just over a year and have learned so much. I love it!!! thanks for the give-a-way. Karen
kcs619@aol.com

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Jennifer @ Stitchin' Thyme said...

My husband and I were expecting our 1st daughter, we were at a gun shop (my husband was a police officer) and next to it was a brand new quilt store. We went inside and they had a wonderful saff and my husband talked me into taking a hand piecing/quilting class. I did - finished 3 crib size before the end of class - all by hand. I have been in love since and my oldest is 12
Wonderful giveaway!

growfamilygrow said...

A serious amount of booty! I love the striped shirt quilts. Those are awesome.

Sandi said...
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Sandi said...

Forgot to answer questions, I started over 20 years ago!

Sheila said...

I started quilting almost 15 years ago....but it seems like just yesterday!
I hope you will hop on over to my blog for a visit one day. :)

Charlene S said...
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Terry said...

Great giveaway...thanks! I started quilting over 20 years ago, then took a break from it to have a family. I've just been back into it for a couple of years now. :0)

Anya said...

I started in fall 1998. Thanks for the chance for the generous giveaway!

Patty said...

Thank goodness I have finally finished checking out all “Fall into Fall” participants! It has taken all weekend and you are my very last blog.

I have been quilting off and on over the years but it wasn’t until 2007 that I began machine quilting, until then I simply “tied” my quilts. Once I began learning to machine quilt I was addicted. I still have much to learn but I can see great improvement.

Shasta said...

I started quilting almost twenty years ago.

Loralynn said...

What a lot of wonderful goodies you are giving away! I started quilting the summer of 1991. For the Christmas of '91, with an 11 month old and a 2 year old I made two quilts. One for my Mother and one for my Grandmother. I did all the quilting on my regular sewing machine (which I still use almost exclusively even though it's 25 years old!). I have done quilting and a multitude of other crafts for years!

Winona said...

Great giveaway. I started quilting 4 years ago, when our youngest moved out. Had to have something to do. Started reading quilt blogs and was bitten by the bug. LOL Have a wonderful day. Winona

Marianne said...

I have always done some kind of handwork. It used to be cross stitch, but you mix 2 toddlers and 5 boxes of totally organized and numerically orderly threads, and you need a hobby with less supplies, so I saw a show on PBS about quilting. Four kids and 16 years later, I am still quilting, although I have way more fabric and threads than I ever had with cross stitch! Oh, and the 2 toddlers are now 16 and 18, and no longer get into my stash of anything. Marianne
www.wackyworldofquilting.blogspot.com

Jenni said...

I started quilting about 15 years ago when my oldest was just a baby. thanks for the giveaway!

Faith said...

Thanks for the opportunity!

lisa said...

I swtarted quilting in 1996, when I was in 6th grade, I made a quillow, then tried to learn pants but loved teh quilted cover I made for my quillow and went from there. I seriously got into it in 2005, and have been going hard since....so REALLY 2005, but I did ignite the flame earlier

Nanbon44 said...

I started in the 70's when I cut up hubby's shirts, my first attempt and I didn't have a clue. nothing after that for years, My Mom would make my quilts, she hand quilted and I didn't have the patience for that. When she was going through Chemo treatments I moved home for two months to take care of her we made our first and last quilt together, mine was a heart, hers a basket, the basket quilt has never been finished. I now follow in her footsteps and I make quilts for charities and I love it, beside making the smaller quilts I get lots of practice for the big quilts for family.

Hands Sew Full said...

I started quilting in 1978, I was 10 years old and we went after church every Sunday. I am In Canada but I have a US mailing address, because I can see Michigan from my window!

Country Log Cabin Quilter said...

Great giveaway! Please enter my name in the drawing. I started quilting around 1982 but put it on hold after about a year until 1997. Been addicted ever since!

Petit Design Co. said...

ha ha! I'm not even sure. I know it was after my son was born but before my daughter was born... so 4-5 years ago.

PS you can promote your giveaway on the new Quilty Giveaways site (it's free)
http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com/

jparker@fsu.edu said...

Thanks for the chance to enter. I have been quilting for 15 years. I belong to 4 generations of quilters and have a quilt from each. I got started late, but have been collecting fabric like I am on a mission.

http://quiltingcamper.blogspot.com/

Joanna said...

That is quite a giveaway, and I like all of it. The blocks made out of the men's shirt are a unique idea. I am a quilt book maniac and often visit Savers to see what I can find. The Sampler pattern and fabric look like a fun project. Thanks, Sandy.

Beeshebags said...

Hi there, I made my first 'full' quilt earlier this year, with lots of plans to make more...just need to step away from the computer (said in my best P.A. voice) and get stuck into doing so.

I know you said we have to have a US snail mail addy...I actually live in Australia, but a friend lets me get things sent to her house in US, so does that count? Either way, if I win, I'll like to get it sent to her....so we can share the love!

Hugs
Naomi

SheilaC said...

Thank you for the wonderful give away!

I started quilting about 10 years ago, but I go in spurts :)
Blogging has gotten me back sewing

SheilaC

tisme said...

I started quilting when I was around 15, got away from it for years. I started again about 4 years ago. I am 52, so didn`t do it for a very long time.

alice said...

Great giveaway!!! I have been sewing forever it seems, but I have only been quilting for about 5 1/2 years. I am totally addicted. Thanks for the chance to win.

deborah said...

I've been sewing for more years than I like to say, since I learned to sew at my grandmother's side. I was 10 when I made my first blouse, and 14 when I attempted quilting! Great giveaway!

Quilt n Queen said...

I started quilting January 2002 and I haven't looked back. I love it. Since I started quilting my DDIL, my Dsister, and 2 of my DNieces have joined me in making many many quilts. Thanks for the chance to win.

Shannon said...

I have been sewing for about 20 years. I have only gotten into quilting in the last 7 months. I LOVE IT!! I have made and completed 5 quilts and three more tops. Thank you for the chance to win. Our giveaway is wonderful.

Cynthia L. said...

A neighbor showed me the basics of quilting in 2000. I din't have much time for it then. My baby is in college now and I have all the time I want to quilt and do whatever! Thanks for entering me in your giveaway.

Linda said...

I've been quilting since 1992! When I first started I remember crying because I was having so much trouble quilting, but I perservered and so glad I did!

Linda in OK

katie z. said...

I started quilting after seeing Alex Anderson on Simply Quilts making a bow-tie quilt and thinking, "I can do that!"

MamaAnt said...

I just started quilting about two years ago. I wanted to start to quilt now so I can teach my girls how to.

Your prizes look so good!

Grams said...

I started quilting in 2004. It was very addictive. Thanks for the giveaway.

Needled Mom said...

Great giveaway...and I love the man's shirt!!

I started sewing when I was three years old. My mom got me into it because I was ADHD and it kept me still to just sew lines up and down fabric.

paulette said...

I started quilting 8 years ago and love it!!
Thanks for the chance to win your give away!
Paulette

Rhonda G said...

Great giveaway. I started quilting about 30 years ago when I was in college.

http://www.raindropstoday.wordpress.com

Brenda said...

I started quilting in the 90's. Great give away!

Marie said...

I only started quilting a few months ago! My twin sister taught herself how to sew and for my bridal shower in April, she gave me my own sewing machine! I'm so hooked! Great giveaway!

Laurie said...

Hi there!
Very nice prizes :) Thank you for the chance to win!

I made a "quilt" for my first boyfriend way back in 1980 - he dumped me a week later - (as my kids now say - what a major loser!!) It really was just triangles sewed into squares. I started quilting about 3 years ago - with patterns and quality fabric. I really enjoy it - just wish I had more time to work on projects! But I guess we could all say that :)

pinsandneedles said...

I started quilting in 1996! My first 2 quilts that year were wedding gifts!

Judy C said...

I started quilting in the 70's so yes I have been quilting for quite a while. thanks for the chance at the giveaway, I love the shirt blocks!

Quiltaholic said...

I started quilting in July of this year and am completely addicted!

BROOKE said...

I started as a figure it our yourself quilter about 10 years ago. I took a class 2 years ago to finally figure out how to do things right.

Jenny said...

i started quilting when i was around 15...my sisters and i cut squares of fabric from the clothes my mom made us as kids and gave them to our grandma to make a quilt...she did two rows and said she was done..so i finished the job. still have the quilt, and its so bad, yet so good!
too funny! i just picked up two mens shirts at a rummage sale last weekend! great minds think alike!! thanks for a chance.

Weatherbee ;) said...

I only started quilting a couple of months ago. I'm in the process of quilting a twin size for my daughter's bed, and have only one finished quilt to my name, a little charity quilt. And I'm the designing process of another charity quilt that I hope is going to be awesome! Making quilts for charity is why I got started, and now I'm addicted! I LOVE it! And the striped shirt alone is enough to make a follower! What a GREAT idea! (Add THAT to my to-do list!!!) :)

Thanks for a great bundle of gifts!!!

~Teresa

Barbara said...

Wow, what a haul for the person who wins! I started quilting in July, of 2008. I was hooked from the get-go.

Sandra said...

I'm a newish quilter but have made the same Turning Twenty quilt a dozen times for family and friends. I've promised myself I'm going to make a quilt for me...soon.

Julie in WA said...

Oh, yes, I have been watching those striped quilts as well! It is amazing what can be done with second hand store finds! Your giveaway is generous indeed!

MissMary said...

I clicked that link about the striped shirt and my eyes about bugged out of my head. YES. SPLENDID.

I started quilting a few years ago by making a cathedral window quilt, finished last spring, unless you count the "quilts" I made for my Felicity doll when I was 11 or 12. Stitches then v. now are night and day but I love being able to trace my love back a decade or so :-)

Cynthia L. said...

I started sewing when I was in highschool and started quilitng about 10 years ago. Thanks for the opporunity to enter your givaway.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I started quilting about 9 years ago.

Billie

Quiltdoodles said...

What a super giveaway!! I pieced my first quilt top when I was pregnant in 1968. (I used the fabrics from my maternity clothes.) I think I still have one top that has never been quilted. I didn't really get into all the aspects of learning how to finish a quilt till 1978. Thanks for your generous giveaway. I like to get shirts!!

Cindy said...

I have 3 different start dates for when I started quilting but my passion for quilting started in 2004 with some dear friends. Oddly enough, I'm the only one still quilting frenetically whilst they are occasional quilters now. Thanks so much for your giveaway!!

Laura said...

Fantastic Giveway. Thanks for participating in the hop to give us a chance to win!! I started quilting about 16 years ago when I made a flannel quilt for my son's bed, but didn't know the first thing about it. I am currently taking my very first quilting class.

Melinda said...

I started quilting in the early 1990's while living in Australia. I now live in the Atlanta area.

baukje said...

I am only a novice quilter; LOVE TO WIN YOUR GIVEAWAY. HERE IS MINE

http://busybeefree.blogspot.com/2010/10/bloctoberfest-and-giveaway.html

Kristie said...

A nice set of goodies! Please include me in your giveaway!

I have been quilting for about 12 years or so. I went through a divorce and moved back home, I was so stressed, I would come home from work and mom would be quilting, she looked so relaxed. So I thought "that is what I need" and I have been quilting ever since!
Kristie Layne
layne1142@yahoo.com

Janet said...

What a generous offer. The first quilts I made were t-shirt memory quilts for my kids....hmmmm about 20 years ago...oh my. But I have only recently actually fallen in love with the craft. thanks for the chance to win.

corinne said...

I have been quilting for a few years, then life got in the way. But back at it again. I am trying to learn to make those beautiful applique quilts. Practice, practice. Thanks for the give away

Painting 4 Him said...

Oh wow this is so fun! Your giveaway is great. I started quilting about 16 years ago, on very basic panel quilts which were very popular then. I also made a few log cabin quilts. I learned my love for quilting from my mum who recently passed away. I only just this last year really got back into it. She was thrilled...

Karlee said...

I have been quilting this summer, I can't believe three or so months have gone so fast. Lessons weekly. I have been knitting for almost 48 years and I have found something that actually tops that.

Thank you for the opportunity to enter.

Karlee
www.journialong.com

Brittainy Barnes said...

I guess "technically" you can say that i've been quilting since I was 12... my grandma taught me well, but I only actually sewed around 14 patches for my quilt!

I only just started getting back into quilting as-of July or August of this year!! So far i've nearly completed one quilt-top, and am working on my second!

AnnieO said...

Great bunch of quilty goodness you're generously giving away!

I started sewing when I was 11, and made a few little quilted items here and there over the next couple of decades, but I seriously caught the quilting bug about 10 years ago.

vtaannieo (at) gmail.com
anniesquiltorts.blogspot.com

Laura said...

I started sewing when I was 9 and started quilting when I was 19. The quilting bug really took hold when I was 24.
Great giveaway - thanks for the chance!

Colleen said...
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Patty said...

WOW what a great giveaway. I started sewing when I was about 6. My grandma let me "help her". I can laugh about that now cos my granddaughter is the same age and helps me quilt also.

Sean said...

I am entering for my daughter, her computer is down and she called and asked if once again I would enter her in contests, I couldn’t say no as she helps my wife and her mother with their charity quilting projects. I try to support them any way that I can, so here I am and I hope I am doing this right.
thank you for putting our name in your drawing. Florida area
tcsean(at)aol(dot)com

Xa Lynn said...

I started quilting for real in the fall of 1992. (I'm not counting the "quilt" i made when I was 7 because it had no batting!).

Xa Lynn

Sewgreen said...

I like your rules the best :) I am an avid blogger, I would probably blog more if I had more time :P

Deanna said...

I started quilting to help an exchange student who decided to make an american quilt. More of the story and a picture are on my blog. thanks for the giveaway chance.

Laurie in Maine said...

I learned to sew when I was 8 by sewing crazy quilt style fabric scraps on my grandmother's sewing machine. (doll quilts!) Later I taught myself with the aid of library books all the other techniques out there. LOVE trying new things still.

Penny said...

What a great give-away! Thanks for the opportunity! My blog is:
www.ChezPlatypus.blogspot.com
my e-mail is:
ChezPlatypus@gmail.com
or
Penny.DeMora@gmail.com
Happy Fall!
Penny

501 Quilt Blocks said...

I started quilting when my children were young. They're now 34 and 38. Now I quilt for grandchildren and charity. Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Great giveaway! I love the striped shirt idea! I started quilting about 28 years ago when I made quilts for each of my sisters as they got married. That was back before rotary cutters, mats, long arm quilting machines! The old days!

MGM

stampmeup said...

I've been sewing since I was in middle school, but had never quilted. I always wanted too, though. I started quilting about 4 - 5 years ago. My church had a Ladies Quilt Block Bible Study. Some blocks were very simple and others more complex. It was very interesting and I was hooked.

Ginny said...

Yep I have an active blog!
I started quilting about 6 years ago on accident! It has now taken over my live!
Thanks for the great giveaway.
Happy Quilting
Gin

Karen said...

The Folk Art Sampler pattern looks interesting. I would like to be entered into your giveaway.

Willow Lake Stitches said...

Thanks. . .

I started quilting in the early 80's. . . then stopped for awhile, and lately been quilting for the past 5 years !

Thanks for the giveaway !

Beth

Lisalou said...

I've been learning to quilt for about 16 years now...lol

Vesuviusmama said...

I started quilting when my first son was born and my MIL was visiting. We have NOTHING in common, and the visit was BRUTAL, until I asked her to show me how to quilt. It is still the only thing connecting us, besides the husband and kids, and what a gift it was that she gave me!

Gari said...

I started quilting about 10 years ago, after I told a friend that I didn't like sewing. For some reason quilting was the perfect fit.

Inch Worm Fabrics said...

I started my first quilt that I can remember when I was 12 which was about 43 years ago. It was a grandmothers flower garden sewn entirely by hand. Its a wonder I still quilt.

Lisa said...

Well I first started quilting about 6 months ago and I love it!!! I have made about 5 quilts already. 3 queen size 2 twin size oh yah and 1 throw so I guess that makes 6 to date! I love the folk art pack that your giving away. Thanks for the chance to win.