Monday, December 9, 2013

Giveaway Day!

This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Rocksteadyemme!

Giveaway Day
What fun! It's Giveaway Day at sew, mama, sew! In a nutshell, Giveaway Day is a biannual event where everyone with a shop or blog can give something away. It's also a great chance to visit lots of blogs, get acquainted and see what they have to offer. If you haven't been to A Quilter's Table before, welcome! Here you'll find lots of quilting, a wide variety of other sewing projects, and we gather around the table often for recipes or just some table talk.

My giveaway is a fat-eighth bundle of True Colors from Jenean Morrison - over 2 yards of bright, beautiful basics. 
photo by Knotted Thread
For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post sharing one thing you'd like to see happen in the new year in your life as a sewist or crafter - a new technique, a new opportunity - you name it! The giveaway will close Friday, December 13 at 5pm PST, and I will announce a randomly chosen 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. If you win and I can't find your email easily, I will choose another winner.*

Thanks again for stopping by A Quilter's Table! I hope you come again to join in my journey of quilting and sharing around the table.

Linking to Giveaway Day at Sew, Mama, Sew!

652 comments:

  1. I hope to be able to tackle to a double wedding ring quilt that was requested by my father in law for his sister. I have fabric and template, but with my christmas to do list I think I won't be able to start it before Jan 14.
    Chiara
    chiara . pugiotto @ tiscali.it

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  2. Hi Debbie - I would love to be able to FINISH a few of the quilts that I have that have been started with tremendous gusto but then set aside for other quilt projects, which were also started with great hopes! Wonderful giveaway - fingers crossed!

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  3. I would love to have a new house with a sewing room. Thanks for the chance

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  4. I'm hoping to come up with a name next year. I eventually want to sell but need a business name. hayleymstephens @ gmail dot com

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  5. I hope i can open my own shop, and sell my products :)

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  6. I've done a little bit of free motion quilting but I would like to get a LOT better and try some different patterns. Thanks so much for hosting a wonderful giveaway!!

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  7. In the New year I am hoping to grow our little family. Now it's a jinx just to say it/write it down, but I've done it, just for you!
    E xx

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  8. I am hoping to learn machine embroidery! And to finish a lot of wips and ufos!

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  9. I'd like to attend more classes, retreats, or workshops.

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  10. I would love to start selling what I make... Maybe 2014 is the year

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  11. A dedicated sewing space would be wonderful but I think realistically I would just like to complete a quilt for myself this year. Eyeball1015@aol.com

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  12. I would like to start designing my own patterns. I have been loving using everyone else's ideas,but I would now like to become more creative.
    lynnmcindoe@gmail.com

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  13. I would like a little more time. I'm going to make an effort to organise my sewing time even more than I currently do and finially get the Swoon I started finished, the quilt I designed made and ther three quilts sitting in a stack basted, quilted and finished.

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  14. I want to find time to start making up quilts to my own designs again! Beautiful giveaway, thank you

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  15. I'm hoping to have my first dedicated sewing room, rather than a corner of the living room. My head is swirling with ideas of how to organize it. I don't even have a new place yet but I've already spoken to a carpenter!

    Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

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  16. I'd like to see myself do some FMQ!

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  17. I'd like to work one less day a week (currently I work four days and have three small kids too) so I get more quality sewing time in. I've got so many kits and ideas and plans flying around my brain I just want to get them out!

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  18. I hope I finally clean up my sewing space :-D

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  19. For the last several years, my goal has been to make a quilt for every member of my family. I'm talking siblings, nieces & nephews, grandchildren, great nieces and nephews. I have made 32 quilts for the family; I think I'm down to 3 left to make. Okay, 4 -- new baby on the way. But still -- 2014 should be the year for achieving that 5 year goal.

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  20. I am determined this year to improve my quilting technique. I've gotten lazy with straight line quilting - I must get back to FMQing!

    Super giveaway, thank you!

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  21. I'd like to start and finish a charity quilt before May!

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  22. I hope to have a wonderful weekend away with my local sewing girls, we've booked a cottage and I can't wait! thanks for a gorgeous giveaway prize.

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  23. I have made a plan with sewing projects per month for next year (1 quilt a month minimum) if this works well I am 'rewarding' myself by starting a blog. So big plans for 2014!

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  24. I have a quilt frame that I can use my domestic machine on but I've only used it a couple of times. In the new year, I want to grow competent on it so I can finish more quilts!
    tstanulis@mac.com

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  25. My golden dream for 2014 is to be able to tame my FMQ. I need to get more practice to achieve that, Tks for the chance!

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  26. I'd like to try some new things in 2014 - curved piecing and hand quilting are two at the top of the list.

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  27. I would like to move on from quilting to making garments...at least a simple dress!

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  28. What I would like to see in the new year as a quilter - is a new sewing machine!

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  29. For the new year, I'd just like to be able to actually finish all of the quilts I have started. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

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  30. What beautiful fabric and a great giveaway!! I have so many projects made that it getting time to see about opening a Etsy shop!

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  31. I'd like to get caught up on some of my sewing project intentions!

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  32. I would love to try paper piecing for the first time!

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  33. I would love to be able to free motion quilt good enough to actually use the technique on a project!

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  34. I would like to have more time to learn more FMQ skills on my HandiQuilter LA machine and to finish some UFO's that have been waiting for a few years now :)

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  35. Thank you for being part of giveaway day! I would love to do a quilt retreat in 2014!

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  36. The bundle is amazing! The colors are just thrilling.
    What I want to achieve in the new year? I would love to finally make one finished EPP project. That is one and second I want to get over the fear of Y-seams.

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  37. I am planning to make a double wedding ring quilt!

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  38. Great fabrics! I'd like to finish a top that I'm scared to free motion quilt. thanks for the chance!

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  39. I am hoping to make a king size quilt for my bed. My first attempt at one over 4 years ago when I started quilting came out too small due to lack of experience! I'm so ready for one that actually fits.

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  40. I am putting together a sewing room next year.

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  41. I will be attending several workshops, trying zippers in bags, making one baby quilt for Kid's Komfort a charity our guild does. Glad I have a whole year to get this done.

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  42. I would love to see us settled in a beautiful new home with a huge sewing room! thanks for the beautiful giveaway Deb

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  43. I have 5 finished tops that need finishing! I hope to become more comfortable with quilting on my machine. As of now, I rather dread it!
    I also want to become more improvisational- try to create things that are "me" rather than copies of someone else wonderful work.
    Thanks for a chance to win such beautiful, bright fabric!!

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  44. I'd love to work on a quilt for submission to Quilt Con 2015!

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  45. I'm really going to focus on limiting myself on starting new quilts. I have so many works in progress that my sewing room is getting scary! I really enjoy bags and small projects and never seem to get to them because I'm working a big quilt. Thank you!

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  46. I want to work on more art-type quilts and focus on designing my own quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. I want to get more daring in my free motion quilting! Thanks for the chance to win! LD dot glasser at gmail dot com.

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  48. Get with it I. EQ7...I have it. The design a pattern. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  49. I want to screw up my courage and try paper piecing in 2014!

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  50. In 2014, I need to strike a better balance between work, school and pleasure. Going back for my MBA this year has totally cut into my sewing time and I need to find more time to quilt.

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  51. I would love my new house to have a much better set up for seeing. Like maybe a separate table for cutting and sewing rather than doing it all in the same place! Thank you,

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  52. What a gorgeous prize! I'd love to get better at my free motion quilting. Thanks : )

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  53. If I won this it would defeat my New Year crafters resolution to bust throw my stash...but I'd still love to win.

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  54. Lovely collection, Debbie!
    One thing I'm hoping for next year is to finish up old W.i.P.s!

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  55. I would love to finish a quilt in 2014.

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  56. I hope to accomplish a fraction of all the lovely things I see on your blog and IG!! My goal is to learn FMQ, or should I say "make it presentable!!" Thanks for the chance Debbie!
    email ~ amatlock1 at ymail dot com

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  57. i would love to finally get some of my patterns written up in the new year. thanks for the giveaway!

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  58. I'm going to give NY beauty blocks (and curves!) a try for the first time. I'm nervous, but really excited!

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  59. I would love to make myself some clothing this year. Thanks.

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  60. I think last year I had a goal of practicing my FMQ skills and I've done that! This year....hmmm, what I'd like is to see a MQG start up in my town but I'm not holding my breath for that.

    Thanks for the chance Debbie!

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  61. I would like to tackle FMQ. I have so many tops waiting to be quilted, but I can't quilt them the way I want to yet! I just bought some gloves and an acrylic extension table. I'm ready!

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  62. I would like to get some projects finished! To be more focused, organized in all areas!

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  63. I want to see my daughter really embrace quilting. She started her first quilt this past weekend!

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  64. What a lovely giveaway - thanks so much for the chance :-) I have a LONG list, master triangles, get better at FMQ and finish some of my million WIP's are some at the top!

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  65. I would love to go to a retreat this year.

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  66. I would love to accomplish a hexie quilt. Maybe nothing too extreme- but something with at least one row of them! :)

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  67. I really want to improve my quilting skills so that I can finally tackle my daughters baby clothes quilt. She's almost 3 and I've been to afraid of messing it up to start it yet. I'm hoping this new year I finally will!

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  68. Such pretty fabrics - I'm expecting our first baby soon - a little girl - so I really should learn how to make her some little dresses!

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  69. I want to try my hand at turning my doodles into fabric at Spoonflower. I have also been asked to write a tutorial for a fabric company...so I'm looking forward to that.

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  70. I want to work on getting comfortable with free-motion quilting.

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  71. I have 2 big goals for next year: conquer HST so I can make Karie from two Kwik quilter's falling stars pattern and a swoon quilt.

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  72. I am going to make a bed-size quilt out of my AMH voile stash! HOld me to it. :)

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  73. Hi Debbie! In 2014 I would like to become comfortable again sewing with knits. I sewed so many knits when the kids were little and now need to start using more knits for the grandkids!

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  74. My goal is to continue on my path of having fun with new designs, interspersed with charity quilts. Thanks for the chance - lovely fabrics!

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  75. Hi! Happy holidays! My goal is to slow down, become more accurate, and tackle projects with new skills.

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  76. to make a good sized quilt and learn how to do the quilting!

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  77. I'm hoping my FMQ improves so I don't have to rely on those elves I keep under my sewing table... :)

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  78. In 2014 I will conquer paper piecing!

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  79. I've never tried paper piecing, and I think it's about time I did!

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  80. I'd like to be able to finish my UFO's. I'd also like to be able to attend the LAMQG retreat.

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  81. I want to try two new things, paper piecing and free motion quilting.

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  82. Oh, how I love this line! Thanks for the giveaway! I'd like to try paper piecing (finally!).

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  83. I hope to improve my FMQ in the new year. Thanks for a chance to win and I really enjoy your blog!

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  84. I would like to master some basic patchwork skills, like sewing an accurate 1/4 inch!

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  85. I'd love to finally master my FMQ during 2014.

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  86. As always, I'd like to see more finishes - more doing, rather than planning. I have so many tops that need quilting, so getting quilts out to new homes is a hope for the new year! Thanks for the giveaway - that is a beautiful set of fabrics!

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  87. I hope to tackle FMQ in the new year. Also I'd like to dedicate more time to sewing, less to chores and cleaning. :)

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  88. I would like to make cathedral window blocks.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  89. I hope to improve my FMQ next year. It's long overdue !!

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  90. I hope to improve my FMQ next year. It's long overdue !!

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  91. I want to learn paper piecing. Thanks!

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  92. I would like to try some new FMQ designs, I have stuck to 2 that I am comfortable with and with echoing the block.

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  93. I think I'd like to open an Etsy shop ... maybe ... I think it's time to start supporting my fabric buying hobby! :)

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  94. oh my how i would like to get all my ufos finished in the new year.... what a feat that would be :) amateurquilter at gmail

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  95. I would like to make a spring quilt to go on the sofa in our sitting room. Maybe a couple of applique bunnies too!

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  96. I want to make myself a quilt! That's my big goal for 2014!

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  97. I am looking for a quilt along to do in the new year. Maybe gypsy wife.

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  98. I want to start free motion quilting!!

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  99. I need to make a quilt for my son.
    Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. My long arm to arrive & be able to use it. Just purchased an older refurbished model seems like it's taking forever to get here....

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  101. love this line of fabrics. I am determined to let loose and learn to FMQ on my Kenmore machine - need to get me a table first - its on my xmas wish list.

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  102. I'd like to make a quilt for myself in 2014. It's never happened, but this is the year!

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  103. Yummy fabrics!! I'd like to improve my skills as a machine quilter this year.

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  104. Bring younger people into our Guild. We are all getting older and we must inspire the younger set.

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  105. To be able to make some more complex quilts, up til now, my quilts were all about straight lines or squares, maybe I should learn to sew triangles and hexagons perfectly together...thanks for the chance to win!

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  106. I would love to see my quilting business, Patches of Grace, take off and I get more business!

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  107. I'd love to finish a quilt, even if it's just a small baby quilt.

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  108. I would like to see using my winning fabric to recover old scrapbooks.

    Meredith245 at yahoo dot com

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  109. I want to master Long Arm quilting

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  110. I would like to try my hand at paper piecing

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  111. I would love to try something challenging like a pickledish quilt or maybe a giant Spiderweb quilt.

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  112. I would love to find a quilting guild close enough to get to easily. Maybe I'll have to start my own!

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  113. I'd love to have my quilt show entry take a ribbon of some kind! And I want to improve my FMQ. Happy Holidays to you & yours!

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  114. I hope to make more quilts, and less swaps (not that I don't adore swaps, but they take up a ton of my time LOL)

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  115. I'd love to learn how to crochet and also to finish some unfinished huge projects!AriadnefromGreece!

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  116. I'd like to learn how to paper piece (:

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  117. I'd really like to learn needle turn applique but it's difficult finding teachers where I live in France. I am self taught in quilting so may have to search the internet for instructions.

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  118. What I would really love to see happen is to FINISH some WIPs.

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  119. I'm just really hoping this next year will be a happy healthy one - got my first wee baby on its way and we're hoping to move house too!
    (if the new house could have a nice sewing room that would rock too...)

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  120. i am hoping to branch out to making my own quilts instead of eveyones else patterns

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  121. Love, love, love these! I'm looking forward to my first quilting retreat next year :)

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  122. I'd LOVE to go to quilt market and I was supposed to go next year but instead I'm having a baby, boooo hahaha.

    Sooooooo ... I'd like to FMQ more. I got a great new machine, just need to put it to use and break out of my straight line quilting shell!

    Thanks for the giveaway chance, this bundle is making me drool :)

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  123. next year I am joining fabriholics anonymous and I am hoping to purge stashed fabrics and make many new items for my etsy shop.

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  124. I hope to finish all 5 items for my course: cushion, bag, box, wall hanging and quilt. So far only one is done...

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  125. I'm hoping to improve my free motion quilting and learn as many new techniques as I can next year. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  126. I am hoping to have a regular scheduled sewing time. Time guaranteed for sewing, for me, that's not in the middle of the night.

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  127. As a newish quilter I am hoping to move on to more advanced techniques. Jennylarking@gmail.com

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  128. I would love to find me more time for sewing...and blogging about it.

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  129. My aim for next year is to experiment with FMQ with a QAYG quilt. I can't imagine "wasting" a full size quilt on my FMQ yet.

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  130. Thanks for a lovely giveaway! I would like to work on my quilting and hand piecing/sewing skills.

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  132. Great fabric giveaway! The one thing I'd like to see is some improvement in my machine quilting.:)

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  133. I just opened a brand new Etsy shop and I'd love to see it take off in 2014. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  134. I would like t start selling patterns! Thank you so much for this opportunity this fabric is absolutely beautiful!!

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  135. I want to make a paper pieced quilt!

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  136. Great giveaway thanks! Am hoping to try and use some stash next year nd regularly sew

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  137. I hope to finish the quilts that I've started. My other hope is to get my sewing space organized so I can get some work done.

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  138. I would love to make a dent in the projects I have yet to begin.

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  139. I'd like to learn FMQ. Thanks for the great give-away!

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  140. I would love to find a way to have my quilts magically sandwiched and quilted for me. I love the piecing and don't mind the binding but the quilting part is not my thing.

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  141. I'd like to learn a few new techniques in my quilting.

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  142. I'd like a new machine and more sewing time.

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  143. I'd like to see my finish some of the backlog of my quilts!

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  144. I would like to tackle free motion quilting for my quilts - I still get butterflies when I start and it's not too impressive - but practice makes perfect - thanks #!}

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  145. You are going to totally laugh at what I want to accomplish but here it is: I want to make an all solids quilt (using a Jaybirds Quilt pattern that I already have). I am allergic to solids and I want to conquer this allergy!!! thanks for the chance to win

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  146. What I would really love would be to accomplish free-motion quilting so that it actually looks good.

    trashalou@googlemail.com

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  147. My big goal: Being able to sew a coat (with all the small and not so small details!)!

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  148. I want to limit my projects to using just my stash on hand. I know, I'm plum-crazy. I've got a good-sized stash... and part of me says it's more creative to work with what I have rather than buy specific stuff for a project. It's like putting a puzzle togehter. I have TONS of fun, bright modern fabric pieces... It's time to put them to good use!!!!!

    Thank you for offering such a wonderful giveaway! One of these days I'll make it to a SMCG meeting.

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  149. Gorgeous fabric. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd really love to learn to quilt in the new year. I do lots of sewing, but it's all clothes and bags and soft toys. I dream of a beautiful hand-made quilt for my bed!

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  150. one of my goals is to master buttonholes.thanks!

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  151. I have 2 major goals for 2014 as a quilter/sewer....my number 1 goal is to figure out how to write patterns (I have sooo many in my head, I just need to get them out of there!) Then after I accomplish that my other goal would be to actually have a quilt pattern published in a magazine! That would be a dream come true! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  152. I would like to try a paper-pieced block. But most of all, in 2014 I'd like to be able to finish my husband's secret quilt. That means all of my current hard to keep secret projects will be off my plate!

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  153. I'd like to improve my sewing skills--I'm a very basic quilter at the moment but I'd like to learn the techniques that (right now) seem way too difficult for me!

    I'm learning...10 years ago I said I'd never have the patience to quilt...and here I am working on a miniature hexagon quilt! ;D

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  154. I am hoping to use some of my favorite stash fabrics to make some quilts for myself and my new baby--not just give away everything I make!

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  155. I'd like to find a new partner in sewing crime locally, and to that end I'm going to a meet up of fellow blogging sewers from round here in February :o)

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  156. I'd love to be able to create a quilt of my own design in the New Year. Something to strive for !! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  157. I would like to force myself to sew more this next year. I feel so angry with myself for not doing more when I had every opportunity to do so. I'd like to get each of my grandchildren a quilt made.

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  158. I'm hoping to learn paper piecing! and also to actually finish a few WIPs!

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  159. I plan to learn to quilt on a long arm quilting machine and frame. I also hope to sew each and every weekend of the year, at least a little!

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  160. I really want to add FMQ to my list. I am very poor at it currently.

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  161. Machine stitched binding that doesn't look like a wibbly wobbly mess!

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  162. i have quilted for over forty years. all my quilts are hand pieced and hand quilted and donated to charity. my problem is keeping fabric. my income is less than four hundred dollars monthly for disability so buying fabric is out of the question. i hope i can keep making charity quilts by winning some fabric. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  163. I'd love to be able to branch out in to selling fabric and notions :) Beautiful giveaway by the way!

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  164. I would love to have a bit more time for designing. There is always a customer's quilt that needs to get done or a gift to get finished or a house to maintain. The creative process always get put on the bottom of the list. Thanks for the chance at those beautiful fabrics.

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  165. I want to free motion feathers well! Mhart228@gmail.com

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  166. Gah! I've been drooling over True Colors!

    As a blogger, I'd love to grow my number of followers. I'm relatively new to all this but I'd love to have more interaction with others in the quilt blogging world.

    As a quilter, I'd love to make a quilt where I incorporate some hand quilting in with my machine quilting.

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  167. I would like to begin to sew up my stash and not buy any new fabric. We'll see how long that lasts!!

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  168. My wish for the new year is to find a man to love and have him love me....oh well, really if I could just finish quilting all the tops I have made.

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  169. My hope is that my sewing room becoming reality. I have been chipping away at it, but with a full time job and taking care of my father, sometimes there just isn't the time to do anything but dream about it. (As I drift off to sleep at night!)
    Thank you for the opportunity!
    momacita22(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  170. I'd love to go visit family in Holland. We'll see if that happens.

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  171. I am going to sewdown nashville - can't wait!! I also want to try and publish a quilt design in a magazine in 2014

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  172. I would love to try out some new quilting patterns, branch out from the traditional

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  173. I would love to learn crochet this year...if I can find the time! ;)

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  174. I would love to finish a king size quilt for our bed..and I guess that includes starting it lol.

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  175. I want to continue to build my free motion skills and finish as many of my 47 (!) sandwiched quilts as possible.

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  176. I want my significant other to build me a sewing station!

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  177. I would really like to learn to do EPP hexies next year:) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  178. I just want to have more time to actually start one of my quilts!

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  179. I'd like to attempt curved piecing. I've avoided projects with curves. Thanks for this colorful array of fabrics!

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  180. This is my favourite of the True Colours collections! I would like to find a way to connect my writing skills to quilting this coming year - perhaps by writing a tutorial, an article for a publication, or editing a pattern for someone or some publication.

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  181. I'd like to get better at FMQ.

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  182. i want to do a tetris quilt for my baby.

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  183. I'd like to try more paper piecing

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  184. I would like to learn to do free motion quilting.

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  185. I'd like to get set up for free motion quilting on my grace frame. :) Thanks for the chance!!

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  186. I want to start creating and selling quilt patterns. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  187. I want to learn to paper piece!

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  188. i want to be better at paper piecing

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  189. I want to learn how to machine applique. Thanks.

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  190. I'd like to clear off the UFO list. Yeah, it's a boring goal, but there's a lot of stuff on there.

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  191. I've learned I take on too much at one time so this year I want to keep practicing and "mastering" basic skills before jumping into something new.

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  192. I really would like onto tackle a Double Wedding ring quilt... Thanks so much - beautiful afbrics

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  193. I'd love to get better at free motion quilting! I have a bunch of tops in quilt purgatory as I try to work up the courage to tackle them! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  194. 2014 is the year I learn to free-motion quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  195. I'd love to learn how to paper piece!

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  196. I hope to corral my scraps into a better state of usefulness as well as continue to finish up some unfinished projects that I have laying around.

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