Monday, December 3, 2012

Giveaway Day!

Giveaway Day

This giveaway is now closed.
Congratulations to Ali of alimakes for winning the giveaway from A Quilter's Table!

Welcome to Giveaway Day! I'm so pleased you stopped by A Quilter's Table - thank you! We're in for a fun and busy week in quilt-blog land!

The giveaway I have to offer includes a book, Playful Patchwork: Happy, Colorful, and Irresistible Ideas and Instruction for Modern Piecework, Applique, and Quilting, by Suzuko Koseki and several charm packs from a variety of fabric eras.
To enter, just leave a comment on this post telling me about your proudest moment in the sewing room this year. If you aren't a sewist, feel free to share any proud moment from the year. The giveaway will close Friday, December 7 at 5pm PST, and I will announce the winner soon after. *I am happy to ship internationally. Please include an email address in your comment if it is not accessible through your profile.*

Thanks again for visiting A Quilter's Table. If you aren't a regular follower, I'd love to have you visit again soon and share my journey of quilting and sharing around the table.

Linking to Giveaway Day at Sew, Mama, Sew!

580 comments:

  1. My proudest moment was finishing the hexie cushion, who knew I would enjoy hand stitching!
    Thanks the giveaway!

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  2. What a generous giveaway! My proudest sewing moment was when I realised my quarter inch seam was finally accurate - makes such a difference!

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  3. I felt pretty proud this past year when I finally quilted my first quilt at home. :) It's still not my favorite part of the process, but it felt good to finish it myself. Thanks for the chance!

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  4. I would have to say my Advent calendar - from the blocks designed by my friend and I, to totally winging the construction and it actually working, to the kids absolutely enthralled with it!

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  5. My proudest moment was getting my English paper pieced diamond quilt back from the long-armer and seeing what a thing of beauty it was! Lovely giveaway!

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  6. I'm really proud of my groove quilt - I really pushed myself with the quilting, and I love the result :o) Great give away!

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  7. I'm really proud of the Paper Snowflake Pillow I've just designed this past month. :)

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  8. my proudest moment was when I took the 2nd of two queen size quilts off the quilting frame this year - hand quilted and put a 3rd on the frame.

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  9. Hm...the first time long arm'ing a quilt (this year) was pretty satisfying :)

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  10. Finishing my hand quilted twin sampler quilt this summer with lots of quilted feathers.
    Thanks for the give away.

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  11. My proudest moment in my sewing room was when I successfully completed a quilt for the first time.

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  12. My 'Groove' quilt! all those curves!

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  13. Great question! I've used my buttohhole foot and inserted a couple zippers:)

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  14. My proudest moment was making my first bed sized quilt!

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  15. proudest moment... teaching three young gals from my church to sew! I love seeing the tradition go on

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  16. My proudest moment was probably when I managed to complete a nap mat cover, blanket, pillow and pillowcase... in a day (but only because my granddaughter needed it the next day!).

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  17. Proudest moment: I taught myself to do Y seams.

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  18. Proudest... free motioning cursive words - it was my first time free motion quilting and it turned out great the first try!

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  19. Such a great giveaway! My proudest moments is having to finish an Irish chain with a heavy free-motion quilting on it.. but recently I did my first EPP project and kind of feeling that is great as well..

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  20. Thank you for this great giveaway, Debbie! My proudest moment in the sewing room (so far!) was free motion quilting my most recent quilt - I was able to (sort of!) relax and it was fun!

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  21. My proudest sewing moment was early this summer when I completed my first quilt for my oldest daughter. It was a test to find out if I really did like this quilting thing. Much to my surprise, I was hooked!

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  22. Fabulous giveaway, Debbie!
    My proudest sewing room moment was on my computer (in my sewing room!), finding out that I had won 2 ribbons for my entries into the Minnesota State Fair!

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  23. I finished two king sized quilts and I quilted them myself! yay
    Thanks for the chance to win. I read your blog every day.

    Mary Malone
    mary and russ at wi dot rr dot com

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  24. That is an excellent question and one that is hard for me to answer. I guess being inspired to make Shattered and then having it so widely loved might be my proudest this year. Lovely giveaway!

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  25. Proud moment wasn't for myself - I was proud of my husband, he is hand quilting his own quilt! He is doing a great job too!

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  26. My proudest moment was when I turned my craft room from a completely ugly room to one that I want to be in all the time.

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  27. I made my first bag- for the Goody Bag Swap- its not a Weekender or anything, but it was awesome for me, and I embroidered an original design on it too!

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  28. Proudest moment has to be the day I finished piecing my very first quilt top! Still haven't finished quilting it yet, but I love looking at it :) Thanks for the chance to win ~ fingers crossed!

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  29. My proud moment is finally getting back to the sewing room. I have been MIA since my divorce last February and am finally getting the motivation back. :)

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  30. Proudest moment has to be the two queen seized quilt I managed to make for my mom's 50th birthday. One of them was a quilt she started 10 years ago so it was quite a surprise :)

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  31. Proudest moment has to be the two queen seized quilt I managed to make for my mom's 50th birthday. One of them was a quilt she started 10 years ago so it was quite a surprise :)

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  32. Proudest moment has to be the two queen seized quilt I managed to make for my mom's 50th birthday. One of them was a quilt she started 10 years ago so it was quite a surprise :)

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  33. I did my first block of the month with In Color Order and I must say it was really a great way to pace myself and who doesn't love actually having a finished project at the end :)

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  34. My proudest moment was doing my first two blocks ever of the block of the month with Craftsy this year and they turned out great! And I have loved every month since!

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  35. I have made just a few quilts and I am always excited when the corners on my binding lay flat!

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  36. I made my first 'real' PP block last month - a christmas stocking. I was bursting with pride :)

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  37. My proudest moment would have to be when I finished my first (ever) quilt. I actually make a pair of Cat in the Hat quilts for my 1 yr old and 2 yr old. I had such a sense of accomplishment finally biting the bullet and taking the quilting journey. Now I can say, I'm a total quilting addict...having tons of projects on the horizon and several WIPs just waiting to be FOs!

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  38. I made an entire dance teams worth of skirts in less than a week....that was something

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  39. My proudest moment: Trying a new block with 10 curved seams and 4 Y-seams--it came out great and laid flat!

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  40. Oh, what a great feel-good question for everybody! I think I felt particularly gratified when I made two bags this year based on my own pattern/measurements. I even used some leather, and they really looked quite professional, if I do say so myself! Thanks for a terrific giveaway -- have a great week!

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  41. Oh, what a great feel-good question for everybody! I think I felt particularly gratified when I made two bags this year based on my own pattern/measurements. I even used some leather, and they really looked quite professional, if I do say so myself! Thanks for a terrific giveaway -- have a great week!

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  42. My proudest moment was finishing my first ever QAL quilt!

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  43. I sewed my first quilt at Elizabeth Hartman's class.

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  44. My proudest moment was when I finished quilting my first quilt on my new Handi Quilter Longarm machine.

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  45. My proudest moment was when I became a prizewinner in a QAL.

    pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  46. My proudest moment is when my husband complimented one of my quilted table runners.

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  47. My proudest moment was free motion quilting the hometown reunion baby quilt. I LOVE how it turned out, and extra bonus that someone actually bought it last week!

    Thanks for the great giveaway Debbie.

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  48. my proudist moment was when I finished free motion quilting a quilt given to me by a dear friend who has past. I truly treasure this quilt & miss her very much.

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  49. what a wonderful giveaway package! thank you!
    My proudest moment...I completed my version of a quilt that I have been in love with and admiring for a long time...and I still just love it!!

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  50. I just learned how to paper piece so my proudest moment would be when I saw that it actually came out looking like it should. I couldn't stop smiling!

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  51. My proudest moment was probably finishing up my pillow talk swap pillow a whole week before the deadline

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  52. My proudest moment was organizing and sewing a group string quilt through a group blog I administer, and then donating it to a local charity, which thought it was so beautiful they used it as first prize in a fundraising raffle. thanks for the chance to win your great stuff!

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  53. My proudest moment is when I was sewing gifts for my son's kindergarten teachers and he was drawing something on the other table. He showed me what he's done and it was a picture of me on my sewing machine with the title "I'm thankful for when my mom is sewing" Can't be prouder than that!

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  54. My proudest moment was just last week when I finish my Colour My World Blue challenge. It turned out just as I pictured in my head. Thrill! Thanks so much for the giveaway, Debbie!

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  55. My proudest moment was finishing up the 50 holiday pillowcases for the local women's shelter.

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  56. What a gorgeous pile of goodies!

    The first moment that comes to mind was last week when I didn't have to rip apart a single tiny triangle for my Farmer's Wife blocks.

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  57. Wow, Debbie, what a great giveaway! Thanks. Proudest moment...finishing several UFOs this year!, especially an embroidery quilt that was started several years ago...hand quilted. Yeah!

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  58. My proudest moment is quite silly, actually - it was when I managed to make a pair of draw-string pants that not only fit, but that also didn't come apart after the first wash. lol

    Thanks for the opportunity to win this exceptional bundle of goodies.

    thimbleroom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  59. my son's quilts are my proudest makes this year, I still love seeing them on their beds every day! Thanks for the give away!

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  60. Thank you for the giveaway! My proud moment would have to be that I finally made my front room look nice and finished slipcovers for my 6 dining room chairs that I'd started 2 years ago and set aside. It's so nice to sit in a room and enjoy what's around you!

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  61. my proudest moment was when I did the last hand stich on a quilt for a very special little boy. I made a quilt for him with fabric his late mother collected

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  62. Sewing curves....terrified of them, but know I know I can do them!

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  63. Proudest moment possibly was the final stitch on my hand quilted quilt, that was a lot of work!!
    Lovely give away, thank you!

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  64. I have learned to put in zippers this year!! And have made 20 makeup bags - I am so proud of myself.
    Thanks for letting me brag.

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  65. My proudest moment was the completion of an Amy Butler bag pattern! I can now check that one off my sewing bucket list.

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  66. My proudest moment was probably when I made my first cushion cover... I don't know why but they intimidated me for years lol

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  67. I finished a quilt for a friend whose sister had started it 20 years ago. My friend said she liked it so much she would not show it to her sister!

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  68. Hmmm, I think (hope) my proudest moment is coming when I finish up Hexy MF. That's my goal over the next three weeks - get that quilt done before baby comes!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. I am a new follower. I was very proud to finish my 'Birdie Stitches' quilt. It is now on its way to a good friend for her birthday! Great giveaway.

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  70. The project that I am most proud of this year was the first quilt that I quilted with free motion. I had done practice ones, but not anything I cared about how it turned out. When I finally did it, it was a very proud moment! Thanks for offering this generous prize. I have enjoyed looking around here today!

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  71. My proudest moment: finishing my first ever lone star quilt!

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  72. Fabulous give-away! I made my first quilted project! It was a clothespin holder bag. I've since made some pouches and a tote bag. I really love quilting! Thanks

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  73. This year I made my first shirt from my very own drafted pattern. I love it, eventhough I know it´s far from perfect

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  74. Awesome giveaway! I'd have to say my proudest moment is the paper pieced block I finally finished. True, I was forced into it by a bee member!

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  75. I started the quilt along with Pile O Fabric to do the Groove quilt. I got behind but I finally finished it. It Is awesome and I made the queen size so it is huge. But my curves are pretty good. Not perfect but then, only God is perfect so I am good with that.

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  76. Ahhh, I don't know! Um. Finishing my first commissioned quilt was pretty cool.

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  77. I finished some really adorable pajamas! Since I got married and moved this year and am preparing to move again, I'm pretty pleased with that small win.

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  78. My proudest moment was when I finished my first Oliver & S bucket hat - I was so surprised it worked out so well, lol. I've since finished 2 more, 2 another 2 ready to stitch - I'm really happy I mastered the project!

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  79. I'd have to say completing my first quilt; twin-sized for my daughter made with 2 1/2" squares-on front and back!

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  80. Oh my word - what a fantastic giveaway!! I have had a couple of proud sewing moments, but my most proud moment this year was my 7-year-old daughter telling me that she shared our family's beliefs about voting with her friends at school - she is a brave and faithful girl and it made me so proud.

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  81. I'm proud of actually having a sewing room. I finally have a space to have all of my crafty things and I can leave things out when i need to :)
    Thanks for the generous giveaway.
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

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  82. I made an Amy Butler weekender bag. I am a novice sewer and I was seriously chuffed with myself!!

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  83. My proudest moment was when I finished my first quilt

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  84. My proudest moment was when I finished a quilt for my bed! Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  85. My proudest moment was when I made up my mind on what fabric line I was going to use for an online class. If you knew me you'd know how bad I am at making up my mind about anything.

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  86. My proudest moment in my sewing room was when I finished a throw quilt for my Mom. I just started quilting this year, and after years and years of my Mom making me afghans, I was able to make her a blanket back. It was full of pink fabrics, her favorite color.

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  87. I have two proud moments. I just started quilting 18 months ago and before that it had been years since I had touched a sewing machine. Last month I made my dad a Christmas tree quilt wiht his grandson's names on each ornament. I hand-stitched those ornaments and they turned out pretty good so that was one moment. The second was yesterday afternoon when I made a scarf out of voile and light flannel. I've only sewn on quilting cotton for the last 18 months and I just wasn't sure how the other fabrics would be to work with and they were great! Love the scarf!

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  88. making my girls a gorgeous dress this summer - it turned out sooo pretty ! (donna dress by petite kids pattern)

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  89. My proudest accomplishment this year would have to be trying paper piecing for the first time and not doing too badly at it.

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  90. My proudest moment...Finishing a new table runner from Modern Patchwork magazine.

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  91. My proudest moment was completing the Multi-tasker Tote from Anna Maria Horner! I've never made a legitimate bag before, so this was a real accomplishment! Well, and every finished quilt feels like my latest proudest moment. :)

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  92. My proudest moment this year was getting the courage to try swapping and join a quilting bee! Your Poloroid swap was my first ever! Thanks!!

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  93. my proudest moment was finishing my mod depression block quilt! (it's on my blog if you want to peek).

    my non sewist proudest moment was applauding my son's musical production of the wizard of oz! (he's the sound guy! i'm so proud!)

    sholanda13 at gmail

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  94. I was pretty proud of finished my 3 zip pouch from your tutorial...it only took me 3 months...lol :)

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  95. My proudest moment was feeling comfortable with many FMQ designs, not just the stipple and loops.

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  96. My proudest moment was finishing a quilt for my son.
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  97. My moment would be when I finished my first Mystery Quilt top! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  98. Hola! Soy de Argentina y admiro su trabajo, gracias por compartir esta oportunidad de ganar este fabuloso premio.
    Cada trabajo finalizado es un gran orgullo para mí, es bueno hacer algo con tus propias manos y con mucho amor para mi gente querida.
    He hecho un quilt pàra mi hijo mayor y quiero hacer otro para mi hijo pequeño, ese será mi proximo orgullo!
    Gracias, un gran abrazo...
    norapaschetta@hotmail.com

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  99. proudest moment for this year - making my brother a quilt!

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  100. organizing it!
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    definitely...

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  101. I managed to whip up a wedding quilt in time. Yay! Thanks!

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  102. Proudest moment....hmmmm. I love sewing so every time I finish something I'm excited. But lately, the Holiday Lane pillow I made for the Sew We Quilt Blog Hop turned out great! :) blessings, marlene

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  103. Proudest moment was finishing up my daughter's tshirt quilt which she took to college with her!

    Thanks for a chance to win your incredible giveaway!
    Julie

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  104. All that Debbie, wow what a wonderful give away! Let me think - proud moment - I'm proud that I'm not affraid to start any kind of sewing project. After sewing so many kind of things all my life, I'm so happy that now I'm comfortable also with patchwork and quilting - which I enjoy so much! x Teje

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  105. Proudest moment would be after making something for my daughter seeing her face glow with pride and hearing her genuine thanks.

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  106. My proudest moment was when I finished my Nightshade quilt! It took forever!

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  107. My proudest moment was finishing a giant squid commission and the buyers LOVED it. It was tricky shipping a 6+ foot long squid, but I got it done!

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  108. My proudest moment was finishing a hexagon table runner with over 500 little pieces!

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  109. Recently I had my proudest moment when I successful tried Paper piecing for the first time!! I was so scared of it and then volunteered to pattern test and I loved it. I never thought I'd be able to figure it out on my own!

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  110. Proudest moment was finishing up my QAYG quilt that measures around 75" x 75" and I quilted the entire thing on my tiny throat machine! I haven't posted about this quilt yet, but will some day, in the mean time we have been using the heck out of it!

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  111. My proudest moment was just recently. My youngest son broke his collarbone and asked me if I could replace his boring blue sling. He gave me a hug and kiss and told me I was the best when I completed his cool Minnesota Vikings sling. It sure did make it less embarrassing at school.

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  112. my proudest moment was working on those hurricane sandy quilts.. i'm so excited abotu them!

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  113. Wow, how crazy generous! My proudest moment thus far was piecing a (very simple, large pieces) toddler-sized quilt top in less than 2 hours. We'll not discuss if I've finished it all the way up or not though. :)

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  114. Well, mine wasn't a moment, but an evolution. I started free motion quilting this year. My early efforts were okay, but things have gotten a lot better and it makes me really happy!

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  115. What an awesome giveaway Debbie! My proudest moment in the sewing room this year was when my 6 year old son wanted to make a quilt and he did all by himself! Thanks for the chance to win.
    Amanda

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  116. My proudest moment was cleaning up for company. Luckily they didn't stay long! ;)

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  117. definitely piecing together my first ever bee quilt! I love it so much :-)

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  118. My proudest moment was quilting 6 quilts (5 for charity) one long weekend. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. I was proud for making my first quilt!

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  120. after a couple years of reading books and patterns I made a miniature quilt! I'm so proud of it! I've enjoyed your quilting on your blog this year. thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. Making my first hexagon project...an inspired bag my-own-creation project! :D

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  122. My proudest moment was when a lady in the USA won a competition using one of my patterns.

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  123. Great question and giveaway! My proudest moment was finishing my 1st UFO this fall after 3 years away from quilting.

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  124. My proudest moment...finishing an Oliver + S School Days jacket for my little boy. I love it!

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  125. My proudest moment was when I realized just how much stashbusting I've done this year. It's really been a challenge and a joy.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  126. My proudest moment has been getting the top of my Swoon quilt sewn - I averaged about a block a month so it has taken a while but it is so lovely yo have it (nearly) done now! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  127. Making a full sized quilt entirely out of stash fabric! Yesss!

    Great giveaway!
    Genevieve

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  128. Making a baby quilt for a cousins newborn. Happy Holidays

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  129. Helping my Mom make a quilt for her first Great Grand Baby!
    Thank you!

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  130. My proudest moment was sewing aprons as gifts this year.

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  131. The proudest moment for me wasn't really down to one occasion, it's simply when I've finished an item and it turned out exactly the way as I've pictured it in my head before, that's when I feel extra proud.

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  132. Fun, Debbie! My proudest sewing moment was having my Racing Stripes quilt in a gallery showing of modern quilts this fall. Fun!

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  133. My proudest moment was teaching myself how to make and use bias binding!

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  134. Finishing a skirt for my little one !

    Have a nice christmas time...

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  135. I made my BFF a zig-zag quilt for her baby shower, by far the most complicated quilt I've made so far. I was very proud when I finished it and it looked good!

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  136. Taking the plunge and starting a double wedding ring quilt!

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  137. I received a viewer's choice award on the blogger's quilt festival. Can't believe I finally won something

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  138. My proudest sewing moment this year was finishing a Christmas cross stitch project way before Christmas. That never happens! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  139. was handstitching a hexi globe pattern, I hate hand piecing !!!

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  140. I made a quilt that didn't have a single bubble/glitch in the piecing.

    Thanks!
    Jess in ON
    jess [dot] whyte at that gmail.com place

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  141. What a crazy amazing giveaway. Thanks so much!
    My proudest moment came when I made 2 reversible purses that had no mistakes. Woohoo!

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  142. my proudest moment? finishing a quilt for our queen sized bed. Thank you for this wonderfully generous giveaway.

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  143. My proudest moment just came recently when I taught myself how to hand sew quilt binding! I'm not very good at hand sewing, so I set my mind to figuring it out. It is a lot easier than I thought it would be!

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  144. My proudest sewing moment this year was making my own 1880s-1890s corset. It fits beautifully AND comfortably!

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  145. Probably quilting a queen size flannel quilt in my doemstic sewing machine. So difficult to wrestle with that bulk. Terrific giveaway Debbie, thanks for the chance to win!

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  146. My proudest moment was putting a hexigon quilt together I'd hand-pieced each hexagon using nottinghill range of fabrics and templates and many pieces for each one. Took me 12 months to make. Just need to quilt it.

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  147. my proudest sewing moment this year was re-drafting a pattern down to baby size and making and then giving the quilt to one of my best friends for her 1st baby (due in January)

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  148. Oooh, my proudest moment was knitting realted, finishing the 'dude' cardigan for my other half....I cast on the previous May! He now gets upset when it is too hot to wear it! Thanks for the giveaway, very generous.

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  149. when i finished my daughter's quilt

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  150. My proudest momnent was when I finish my very first quilt done without using a pattern! Great giveaway... Thank you so muchh!

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  151. I'm just learning, so it's a few of the days I've returned to unpick and move forward after a mistake! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  152. I mademy very first quilt without a pattern or really any sort of instructions to follow.

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  153. Finishing an EPP cushion with really good stitch counts1

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  154. i'm halfway through handsewing a hex-along flimsy, about to be a quilt. i'm working from a picture of the fat quarterly pattern. worked in blues and purples, the field of hexie flowers will have a border of vines and hexie flowers and buds. this will check off two on my to do list, the hexies and handsewing.

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  155. My proudesr moment was in jan. I made a hello kitty quilt in pink blue and purple for my best friend's 10 year old daughter who has cancer. The expression on her face was priceless and i will never forget it babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  156. my proudest moment has been finishing my 9 year old's nieces birthday quilt nd seeing the look of love on her face when opening it.

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  157. My proudest moment was finishing my star quilt that I have been working on forever(I didn't even like it at this point)! It was my first big quilt on my new LA frame and now I love it again.

    Barb@Witsend

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  158. My proudest moment this year? Actually there are a few. But my most recent one was teaching myself to make a sock monster! If I had known how fun and easy they were to make, I would have done it years ago.

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  159. My proudest moment was finishing the second quilt. I don't think I have ever completed more than one in a single year. Thanks!

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  160. My proudest moment was finishing was finishing my Granny Square quilt

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  161. What a lovely package, Debbie! I'd especially love a peek at that book. :) My proudest moment was finishing my Memory quilt with all the scraps from the past year.

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  162. I've had a few proud sewing moments this year, all involved my kids actually liking the things I'd made for them!

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  163. My proudest moment was making squares for a charity quilt. I love helping others and I was so worried that I would mess up, but after a couple of tries I was able to make the blocks properly and piece them properly. I do prim and folk art and making perfect quilts is an accomplishment for me, lol.

    Debbie

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  164. Completing 7 charity baby quilts for Quilts Beyond Borders. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  165. I designed a cuddly duck for a baby...

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  166. My proudest moment was getting my sewing room SO organized I am proud to now show it off!

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  167. My proudest moment was finishing my first ever garment - some snuggly soft pyjama trousers. Now need to make some more ;-)

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  168. I was so excited to make a diaper bag with a center divider. I'm going to build on this experience, but I'm not at the Weekender yet!

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  169. I drafted my own pattern for a sweater for my son. It almost fit: D made me very happy
    kjjharrison(at)gmail(dot)com

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  170. My proudest sewing moment this year was finishing my first ever quilt! I made it for my son who is 3 and I'm so excited to give it to him for Christmas!

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  171. I made a Minnie Mouse dress for my daughter that she wore to Disney. the cast members all raved over it, and it made me feel on top of the world :)

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  172. Hmmm...perfecting a Circle of Flying Geese, woo hoo!

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  173. My proudest moment in my sewing room has to be a what's in the room now. A nice growing stash of fabric, two quilts in the works, and a new sewing machine. I feel so blessed! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  174. My proudest moment was helping to successfully pull off an amazing MQG Retreat - our first of hopefully many to come.

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  175. My proudest moment was actually organizing my sewing area so that I can actually sew!

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  176. My proudest moment was getting some of my ufo's out and getting them finished!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  177. I designed a couple original patterns this year and made quilts from them. Those are the things I'm most proud of.

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  178. Having resumed sewing this Summer, I am very proud of the bags and pouches I've completed. I have to thank the fabulous tutos and patterns from different bloggers... thanks for the chance to win, Debbie!
    bea968{at}gmail.com

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  179. I'd say finishing bed quilts for both of my daughters!

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  180. What a generous giveaway! You are giving away some cute fabric and the book looks interesting. My proudest sewing moment this year was learning to sew. My first sewing projects were pajama pants and pillow cases. I'm planning on making some small bags next. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mvlouie99(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  181. Proudest moment was getting my sewing machine out after several years of being hidden in the closet. Thanks for the awesome give away.

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  182. I recently finished my first quilt! I fell proud that I made it and now I can't wait to start another! Thanks for the chance, it's a great giveaway!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  183. my proudest moment was being a part of quilt makers 100 blocks latest issue. oh yeah, i was walking on air that day.

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  184. My proudest moment was when I completed my first quilt block. I've wanted to quilt for years, and I finally started this year.

    -Bobbi
    amid.this.moment@gmail.com

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  185. What a neat idea.
    Proudest sewing moment of the year - making my self a skirt! Actual wearable clothing. It was great.

    :)

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  186. Winning 2nd place in the Tula Pink Sew Along!!! May be the proudest moment ever!

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  187. That book is on my wishlist. My proudest moment was probably today when I FMQ'd my largest quilt yet.

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  188. My proudest moment in the sewing room was in March of this year. You see, my sewing room was all packed up when I moved from Michigan to New Hampshire. In March, a room in my basement was re-done to house my sewing room! It was like being back among old friends. I haven't stopped sewing since!

    Thanks for the giveway!

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  189. Has to be making my first quilt! Have done three now so roll on the next one! Great giveaway thanks

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  190. I finally sewed an invisible zipper!!

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  191. I was asked to have a project published in a magazine!!!!!! squeal!

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  192. I made 2 twin size quilts, a baby quilt, and a lap quilt. Not bad since I just learned to quilt last year!

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  193. I like your blog!
    And it's a good question. For me it was completing the right quilt for the right person.

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  194. My proudest moment was finishing my FIRST EVER QUILT. The rest of my sewing has just gotten better and better, but this was definately a highlight this year.
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  195. I was super proud when I finished a quilt this summer that I designed and quilted with 3 different patterns I 'd never done before.

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  196. My proudest moment was selling some quilts through my recently opened Etsy shop

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  197. Great giveaway. proudest moment was doing FMQ of a feather!

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