Latest Issue: Treasure Hunt 2010 Contest

QM THcontest button 125 Latest Issue: Treasure Hunt 2010 Contest

It’s a Treasure Hunt and you’re invited!

The Nov/Dec ’10 issue of Quiltmaker is on its way to subscribers now, and in it you’ll find everything you need to enter this great new contest. (Look for it at local quilt shops and on newsstands by Oct. 12.)

QMMP 101200 cover 2002 Latest Issue: Treasure Hunt 2010 Contest

Numerous quilt industry sponsors have joined us in providing exciting prizes including:
• a feature-filled sewing machine designed for quilters
• fabric
• thread
• books
• patterns
• gift certificates and more!

To enter, visit the Treasure Hunt page, where each sponsor’s logo is displayed. Click each logo to access an entry form for that sponsor and then follow the instructions to enter. You may enter 14 times—once for each sponsor and once for Quiltmaker. Remember:

• Visit

• Hunt

• Click

• Enter (14 times)

Prizes’ total value exceeds $14,000. The contest is open from now until 11:59 pm MST on 12/6/10. Stay tuned for helpful, interesting information about each sponsor during the contest.

About Diane Harris

I'm Interactive Editor for Quiltmaker magazine in Golden, Colorado, USA. For six years, I've been writing pattern instructions and product reviews, and doing a host of other tasks necessary to help produce a national pattern magazine. Now I work remotely from rural Nebraska to generate some of our online content. I manage the QM Scrap Squad, our blog tours and our Quilt-Alongs. I have one of the best jobs in the world.
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12 Responses to Latest Issue: Treasure Hunt 2010 Contest

  1. I enjoyed all of the sites some were new to me and it was fun seeing all that the merchants had to offer. I certainly will be purchasing some things when I get home from vacation.

  2. I’ve been through this site for hours – can’t find the treasure – does anyone have any hints that might help?

  3. June says:

    re: Linda Lou
    I looked at some early QM’s and I don’t see a clown pattern in them. Sorry.

  4. June says:

    The Treasure Hunt button is at Northcott’s site. (The button is present and works on ALL sponsor sites.) We’ll be featuring Northcott (like Pfaff is featured today) later this month. Stay tuned for updates.

  5. Theresa says:

    I have been unable to find it on Northcott also, no troubles on any of the other websites!

  6. Patricia says:

    I also have gone thru the Northcott site backwards and forwards and
    can’t find it anywhere…….a hint please from anyone. It is my last one!!
    I need help!!! Good luck to all.

  7. Cheryl says:

    I’ve had fun going thry all the websites and finding the treasure chests but I’ve gone forward and back thru Northcott.com & can’t find the it anywhere, can anyone give me a hint? I’ve found everyone elses!
    Happy hunting!!

  8. Linda Lou says:

    I am currently enjoying finding the treasure hunt sponsors. However, I have a question that I am hoping someone from Quiltmaker can answer. I have a page that appears to be the cover of a magazine titled Lady’s Circle Patchwork Quilts, Fall 1982. On the back of this page is an advertisement for the new quilt magazine to be called Quiltmaker. My questions is this, there is a darling clown quilt for a child on the front cover that I would love to find. Is there anyone out there who can help me in my search. Thanks so much.

  9. Diane Harris says:

    Hi Jean, I’m thinking it may be a setting on your computer, as all the links are working for us. We do appreciate hearing from you.

  10. Jean C says:

    I have gone there about three times and the site isn’t correct ..that is the error I get..when I go to the site..
    Thanks
    Jean

  11. Jane Smith says:

    I love Quiltmaker. It inspires me.

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