June’s a Guest on Stitch This! Giveaway

I hope you’ll click on over to Stitch This!, the blog of Martingale Publications, where today our editor-in-chief June Dudley is the guest blogger.

 

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They’re giving away a great new book with ties to Quiltmaker called Easy Quilts for Beginners and Beyond.

 

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June shares some of the details and photos of many eye-catching quilts on Stitch This! today. Giveaway lasts for one week. Leave your comment there please (you can leave a comment here of course, but it won’t enter you in the giveaway). Good luck!

If you’d prefer to purchase the book, you’ll find it here.

 

 

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Block Base, Giveaway, Sew Along!

Our friends and partners at The Electric Quilt Company have a stellar giveaway going on right now to celebrate the recently republished BlockBase.

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I’d heard rumblings about BlockBase and asked Sarah at EQ for some details. Here’s what I learned.

BlockBase is an electronic version of Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, which is kind of like a quilter’s block bible.

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BlockBase includes more than 4300 blocks—virtually every pieced block published from 1836 to 1970ready to print as patterns. (The Electric Quilt Company has added hundreds of blocks to BlockBase to make sure it contains all pieced blocks from historic collections.)

BlockBase includes a fully-illustrated, 80-page user manual. BlockBase is easy to use: Find a block – click on it – choose Print – type any pattern size you want.

Then print:

  • as templates
  • as numbered foundation blocks
  • as rotary cutting instructions
  • as whole block designs in color, grayscale or outlines

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I asked Sarah if a person needs Electric Quilt 7 (which is quilt design software) in order to use BlockBase. The answer is no, you can use BlockBase independently, but to design quilts with these blocks, or recolor with your own scanned fabrics, or modify blocks to put your own spin on tradition, you need EQ7.

By linking BlockBase with EQ7 you can use all of EQ7’s quilt design tools with the BlockBase blocks. Then you can show off your creations by exporting pictures of your quilts to use on a blog, in a newsletter or in a personal scrapbook of your own designs.

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You can read much more about BlockBase on EQ’s website but you’ll definitely want in on the giveaway of five copies of BlockBase going on this week. Entering is easy. See EQ’s contest page and give your name and email and you’re all set. The deadline to enter is Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 9 am EDT.

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And if all of that isn’t enough, EQ is hosting a Sew Along beginning Oct. 1. Find details here.

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Applique Two Ways: Free Digitized Flower

As we were working on designs for the new Quilts from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, I wanted to make sure we had an applique design that could be made with traditional methods and  in the hoop for those who have embroidery machines.

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We started with a block originally designed by Deborah Johnson. Deborah made her original block, Maywood Blossom in Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol. 2, with fusible applique.

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Maywood Blossom, designed by Deborah Johnson in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Vol. 2

Then we looked through the blocks to find one that would make a good background to show off Maywood Blossom and landed on John Adam’s block Spiked Punch from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol. 4.

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Spiked Punch designed by John Adams in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Vol. 4

 

Autumn Blossom creatively combines those blocks in a fall colors with RJR Fabrics.

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Autumn Blossom uses blocks originally designed by Deborah Johnson and John Adams.

 

We resized Deborah’s block and sent the design off to PFAFF where they used 5D QuiltDesign Creator software to digitize the flower and stitched it out on a PFAFF creative sensation sewing and embroidery machine.

MaywoodBlossomQuiltsfromQM100BlocksFall12 300x300 Applique Two Ways: Free Digitized FlowerYou can make the flower in this quilt with fusible applique—the applique pattern is included in the issue—or you stitch it in the hoop if you have an embroidery machine.

Get the free digitized file for the machine embroidery (.vp3 format); convert the file to another format if necessary for your machine. Embroider and enjoy—it’s on us!

Let me know in the comments below if you have an embroidery machine and find this helpful. Thanks!

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Back to School Party: Part 5 and Giveaway!

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Welcome to the final day of Quiltmaker’s Back to School Party! A quilt isn’t officially finished until it has a label, right? So QM’s Graphic Designer Denise Starck designed a quilt label just for your Frame by Frame quilt. It’s our special thank you for participating in the Back to School Party with us!

Download it, test-print it on paper, then print it onto printer-ready fabric. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to make sure it’s permanent. Fill in the information with a permanent pen such as Micron Pigma .03. Peel the fabric away from the stiffening material. Follow the instructions in our label tutorial for a beautiful, easy finish, substituting your Frame by Frame label for the one shown.

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Today’s sponsors are Fairfield and Handi Quilter.

 

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Fairfield has provided three packages of batting for giveaway. They contain crib-sized American Spirit batting described like this:

A balanced blend of 70% Natural Cotton and 30% Polyester, this batting quilts and drapes like cotton, yet resists creases like polyester. Ideal for machine quilting, it is both washable and non-allergenic.

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This batting is needle-punched through a light scrim that provides stability, making it a great choice for quilting on a longarm machine.

We’d like to thank Fairfield for their sponsorship. We know that three lucky QP readers will enjoy giving this batting a try. (Giveaway details below.)

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Handi Quilter has provided three DVDs entitled Quilter’s Academy Presents David Taylor: Machine Quilting for Beginners.

 

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We’d like to thank Handi Quilter for their sponsorship. Three lucky QP readers will soon be quilting up a storm because of these power-packed DVDs.

For your chance to win, please leave a comment below by midnight, Friday, Sept. 14 answering this question: On a scale of 0 to 5, how would you rate yourself as a machine quilter?

0 means “I’ve never tried it.”
1 means “I’m still a rank beginner.”
2 means “I’m a confident beginner moving toward intermediate.”
3 means “I have considerable experience, I know quite a bit, I still have lots to learn.”
4 means “I feel confident in my machine quilting.”
5 means “I am a very confident machine quilter and have mastered the techniques.”

We’ll pick three winners for batting and three winners for DVDs and post them here next week. The winners have been chosen and will be notified by email. Thanks for your comments, which help us to plan future issues of Quiltmaker.

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Thanks ever so much for joining us during the Back to School Party. We’ll have a final wrap-up around the middle of next week.

 

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Introducing Karlene Larson: A Back to School Sewer for QM

Several months ago, we announced on Facebook that we were looking for QM readers to work on a one-time project for us. It’s been my pleasure to work with the eight women we selected as the Back to School Sewing Team. I’m happy to introduce them to you this week during the QM Back to School Party.

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Today I’m pleased to present Karlene Larson from Broadway, North Carolina.

 

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Karlene Larson

Karlene sewed with Stonehenge Woodland fabrics from Northcott.

Here is Karlene’s finished quilt.

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Frame by Frame made with Stonehenge Fabrics from Northcott. This quilt was made by Karlene Larson from Broadway, North Carolina.

 

Aren’t the textures yummy? This quilt is a bit different because Fabric #8 is lighter than the others, whereas in most of the other quilts, it was darker.

Karlene penned a few thoughts for QP readers:

It was exciting to sew one of the Back to School quilts and to meet the other team members. We formed a group on Facebook and were able to get to know each other a little and share our experiences.

There was much anticipation as we waited for our surprise fabric packages to arrive. It was such fun to see what each person received.

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All the fabrics were wonderful and I was especially pleased with mine. The colors suited me well with their woodsy tones since I love being outside, walking in the woods. I wanted to start sewing as soon as I opened the package.

Having a short time to make the quilts, it was super to have a pattern that worked up easily and quickly. It was great fun to see each team member’s quilt “come to life.” I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and appreciate being part of the group.

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Working on this quilt and making new friends have given me ideas for how to connect and work together with the friends I miss since my recent move. Even if you can’t be together in person, there remains a camaraderie of sewing and sharing the same project while working together online. You can share everything from fabric choices to the finished quilt.

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I love giving quilts away, and a quickie like this is perfect for that. In fact I already have one done in a scrappy version that some child is sure to love.

bbears Introducing Karlene Larson: A Back to School Sewer for QMThis version uses Berenstain Bears fabrics. The fabrics are scattered over the quilt so you get a scrappy look rather than the diagonal rows.

I would highly recommend you grab some of your favorite fabrics and a few friends and have a sewing day to make this fun, quick and easy quilt. You really can have the quilt done from start to finish in a couple of days.

On behalf of Quiltmaker and Northcott, I’d like to extend a sincere thank you to Karlene Larson for a job well done. We really appreciate you!

 

 

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Introducing Ruth Wasmuth: A Back to School Sewer for QM

Several months ago, we announced on Facebook that we were looking for QM readers to work on a one-time project for us. It’s been my pleasure to work with the eight women we selected as the Back to School Sewing Team. I’m happy to introduce them to you this week during the QM Back to School Party.

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Today I’m pleased to present Ruth Wasmuth from Lafayette, Indiana. We got to know Ruth last year when she was part of Quiltmaker‘s 2011 Scrap Squad. She’s a delight!

 

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Ruth Wasmuth

Ruth’s Back to School quilt is made from a collection of Thirties fabrics called Mother’s Melodies by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman. The finished quilt is below.

 

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Frame by Frame sewn in Mother's Melodies fabrics by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman. This quilt was made by Ruth Wasmuth from Lafayette, Indiana.

Ruth penned a few thoughts for QP readers:

I was excited to participate in this project. I just love working with Quiltmaker. We were given a choice of fabrics and 1930′s prints were one of the choices. I love 1930′s and was thrilled with the selection sent to me.

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A Facebook group was created for all of us and it was great getting to know the other BTS quilters. I even reconnected with a pattern tester for quilterscache that I had worked with years ago.

Once we got our fabrics it was so much fun to see the quilts appearing day after day. It was motivating for me to see them—it made me want to get mine finished.

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This quilt went together very quickly and I cut 2″ strips from the leftover strips for the blocks and strip pieced them and then cut the segments down to size.

 

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I chose the Baptist Fan quilting design to reflect the era of my fabrics.

On behalf of Quiltmaker and Robert Kaufman, I’d like to extend a sincere thank you to Ruth Wasmuth for a job well done. We really appreciate you!

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Back to School Party: Part 4 and Giveaway!

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Welcome to Day 4 of Quiltmaker’s

Back to School Party!

Every day is a little like Christmas because we reveal two more quilts–and what a great variety we’ve had from our fabric sponsors. In case you missed them, here are links to the previous quilts:

Day 1 FreeSpirit and Troy Riverwoods Collection

Day 2 RJR Fabrics and Timeless Treasures

Day 3 Quilting Treasures and Red Rooster Fabrics

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Today we’ll give you Part 4 of Frame by Frame and show you two more versions of the quilt.

Frame by Frame Part 4: Quilting and Binding

Layer and baste together the backing, batting and quilt top. Quilt the piecing in the ditch as shown below. Quilt a variety of meandering designs in the diagonal sections as shown. Bind the quilt.

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Today’s featured fabric sponsors are Northcott and Robert Kaufman.

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Northcott provided fabrics from Stonehenge Woodland.

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Here is the finished Northcott quilt. It was made by Karlene Larson from Broadway, North Carolina.

 

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Frame by Frame made in Northcott Stonehenge Woodland fabrics. This quilt was created by Karlene Larson from Broadway, North Carolina.

Tradition in all its finery! You have to love the wonderful textures in these fabrics. Makes me want to snuggle up on the couch with hot chocolate.

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Robert Kaufman provided fabrics from the Mother’s Melodies collection by Darlene Zimmerman.

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Here’s the finished quilt in Mother’s Melodies. It was made by Ruth Wasmuth from Lafayette, Indiana.

 

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Frame by Frame in Mother's Melodies fabrics by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman. This quilt was made by Ruth Wasmuth from Lafayette, Indiana.

What a lovely, baby soft look this is in the 1930s reproductions. Ruth’s Baptist Fan quilting over all of the piecing is wonderful!

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Today we have bundles of fabric from Northcott and Robert Kaufman for giveaway. There are three bundles from each company so there will be six winners.

To be entered, please leave a comment by midnight tonight (Thursday, Sept. 13) and tell us what quilt project you’re working on now. We’ll choose six random winners and announce them here soon. The winners have been chosen and will be notified by email. Thank you for your comments!

I’ll see you tomorrow for Part 5 of Frame by Frame. Fun giveaways, too. Don’t miss it.

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Introducing Terri Vanden Bosch: A Back to School Sewer for QM

Several months ago, we announced on Facebook that we were looking for QM readers to work on a one-time project for us. It’s been my pleasure to work with the eight women we selected as the Back to School Sewing Team. I’m happy to introduce them to you this week during the QM Back to School Party.

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Today I’m pleased to present Terri Vanden Bosch from Rock Valley, Iowa.

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Terri sewed with fabrics from the line A Year to Crow About by Jacqueline Paton for Red Rooster Fabrics.

Terri’s finished quilt is below.

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Frame by Frame in Red Rooster Fabrics, specifically A Year to Crow About by Jacqueline Paton. This quilt was made by Terri Vanden Bosch from Rock Valley, Iowa.

This is a great casual piece that seems to have a calming effect. The cool blue is a nice contrast to the other warmer fabrics. Terri’s feather quilting shows up beautifully!

Terri penned a few thoughts for QP readers:

What a great experience this has been. The best part was the anticipation of what fabric I would be working with.

terrifabrics Introducing Terri Vanden Bosch: A Back to School Sewer for QMThe worst part was having my longarm go out of commission for a week right when I needed to quilt it. The needle fell out of the needle bar and raised a lot of havoc in the bobbin basket and timing area—so a road trip to Carroll, Iowa was necessary—where they fixed it while I waited.

To treat myself on the three-hour trip home I had my own little shop hop across Iowa, stopping at five quilt shops along the way. See my “Quilting Interrupted” blog post.

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I went with an easy alternating feather in each block. Just chalk a line corner to corner in each block, then feather up the line to the next block; down that block to the next, and so on. This quilts up fast and really gives a custom look for an easy time of quilting.

I used a golden brown Glide thread–gives a lovely sheen and shows up in most of the blocks nicely.

roundscraps 1 Introducing Terri Vanden Bosch: A Back to School Sewer for QMI strip pieced the multiple squared area for most of the blocks. I’m not sure if it was faster—but I did use the leftover strip units to play with the 15 degree wedge ruler from Creative Grids. Just above you can see the result. First time I tried it and it was quite fun.

Terri blogs at meanderingsalonglizardcreek.blogspot.com. You can learn more about her quilting at lizardcreekquilting.com.

On behalf of Quiltmaker and Red Rooster Fabrics, I’d like to extend a sincere thank you to Terri Vanden Bosch for a job well done. We really appreciate you!

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Introducing Gayle Brown: A Back to School Sewer for QM

Several months ago, we announced on Facebook that we were looking for QM readers to work on a one-time project for us. It’s been my pleasure to work with the eight women we selected as the Back to School Sewing Team. I’m happy to introduce them to you this week during the QM Back to School Party.

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Today’s I’m pleased to present Gayle Brown from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

 

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Gayle Brown

Gayle sewed with School Days fabrics by Melissa Saylor for Quilting Treasures. Gayle’s finished quilt is below.

 

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Frame by Frame in School Days fabrics by Melissa Saylor for Quilting Treasures. This quilt was made by Gayle Brown from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Can’t hardly think of a better theme for this time of year! This quilt is interesting because Fabric #8 is lighter than all the others. In the other versions, Fabric #8 was darker. Love those school buses!

Gayle penned a few thoughts for QP readers:

I took this challenge to prove to myself I can quilt like a professional. I have been a quilter for 12 years now, and have been quilting professionally for a year. I loved getting to know the other quilters in the group.

gaylesfabric Introducing Gayle Brown: A Back to School Sewer for QMI was given the novelty fabric. Being a dyed-in-the-wool pediatric nurse, I love anything with a child theme. School Days has lots of school buses, chalkboards, backpacks, textbooks, and globes everywhere! How cute!

I had a self-imposed time limit on this project. I was leaving for vacation 10 days before QM’s deadline, so I had to get it done fast. Fortunately, I’m used to working fast. Otherwise, I would not have been able to make almost 50 quilts already this year!

I worked with one focus fabric at a time, chain-piecing each square to a small frame piece. I continued to use chain piecing, until the blocks were done. Then I moved to the next focus fabric.

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I was able to finish in less than a week, so I met my deadline. If it wasn’t for husband, kids, and work, I might have finished sooner!

As I was making this, I happened to notice a piece of Wizard of Oz fabric I have. Now, wouldn’t that be cute! Using fabric based on a movie in a frame-by-frame quilt! I may have to see how much I have in my stash!

What a great idea to use this pattern with fabrics that have a movie connection!

By the way, as Gayle was waiting for her fabric to arrive, she shared with the team this quilt she’d been working on. Love the earthy, calming palette.

gayleswork Introducing Gayle Brown: A Back to School Sewer for QMOn behalf of Quiltmaker and Quilting Treasures, I’d like to extend a sincere thank you to Gayle Brown for a job well done during the Back to School project. We really appreciate you!

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Back to School Party: Part 3 and Giveaway!

Welcome to Day 3 of Quiltmaker’s Back to School Party!

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Today we’ll give you Part 3 of Frame by Frame and show you two more versions of the quilt.

Frame by Frame Part 3: Joining the Blocks

Refer to the assembly diagram below. Use a design wall to arrange the blocks into Row 1′s and Row 2′s as shown. Sew the blocks into rows. Sew the rows together.

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Click here to download and then print the assembly diagram above.

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Today’s featured fabric sponsors are Quilting Treasures and Red Rooster Fabrics.

Quilting Treasures provided School Days fabrics by Melissa Saylor.

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Black (22252-J)

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Blue (22248-B)

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Green (22249-G)

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Red (22253-R)

 

Here is the finished quilt, absolutely perfect for our Back to School theme! What child wouldn’t love this?!

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Frame by Frame in School Days fabrics from Quilting Treasures. This quilt was made by Gayle Brown from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

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Red Rooster Fabrics provided A Year to Crow About fabrics by Jacqueline Paton.

 

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And here’s the completed Red Rooster quilt. Talk about cozy, comfy! Another perfectly autumn quilt.

 

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Frame by Frame in fabrics from A Year to Crow About by Jacqueline Paton for Red Rooster Fabrics. This quilt was made by Terri Vanden Bosch from Rock Valley, Iowa.

 

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Today we have bundles of fabric from Quilting Treasures and Red Rooster Fabrics for giveaway. There are three bundles from each company so there will be six winners.

To be entered, please leave a comment by midnight tonight (Wednesday, Sept. 12) and tell us if you use seasonal quilts to decorate your home in some way. We’ll choose six random winners and announce them here soon. The winners have been chosen and will be notified by email. Thanks for all of your comments, which help us to plan future issues of Quiltmaker.

I’ll see you tomorrow for Part 4 of Frame by Frame! More quilts, too!

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