Monday, May 12, 2014

Giveaway Day :: Supplies

This giveaway has closed - thanks!

Today is Giveaway Day at sew mama sew! This is a super fun event where you can give something away or just try to be winner! Visit lots of blogs, get acquainted, and see what they have to offer. I'm glad to have you stop by A Quilter's Table. Here you'll find lots of quilting, a variety of other sewing projects, and occasionally, we gather around the table for recipes or just some table talk.

My second giveaway today is a fat-quarter stack of 12 Lizzy House Tone-on-Tone Pearl Bracelets! I confess I recently added this stack to my own stash, and I know you'll enjoy adding them to yours!
For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post sharing your favorite free online tutorial - yours, mine, or whatever! The giveaway will close Friday, May 16 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! Be sure and check out my other giveaway today! 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!

567 comments:

  1. My current favorites are not about sewing but coding. I made a couple of courses at codecademy.com and now I am hooked! Thanks!

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  2. My favourite tutorial is probably for your triple zip pouch. It's such a handy little pouch and one I love to make. Thanks for another great giveaway - I was never a fan of pearl bracelets till the tone-on-tone line was released. It's just wonderful.

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  3. Oh they are lovely!! Having just made one I will say Ayumi's basket tutorial :)

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  4. My favorite tutorials are Christa's Quilt Along tutorials.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. Love the pearl bracelets! They really make a statement in any quilt.

    My fav tutorial is usually on machine bindings. They sometimes still get the best of me.😀

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  6. My recent favourites are the machine sewn binding tutorial at Red Pepper Quilts and this one for magic binding http://www.terrychilko.com/VeryTerry/MagicStripBinding.html got to love anything that is magic :)
    Misspbar at hotmail.com

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  7. Thanks for the lovely giveaway - you can never have enough of these pearl bracelets. Crazy as it may sound, I rather like Lucy's (Charm about You)threading tutorial!

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  8. What pretty fabric! The tutorial I have found most recently is how to miter corners on you tube by Fat Quarter Shop

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  9. I've only ever owned some scraps of this fabric, so it would be wonderful to snag these! As I am not much of a cook, I do like scouring cooking websites (taste.com) for something new to try!

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  10. I have a ton, but I have used this a few times...with some changes/variations.
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2013/04/the-cake-clutch.html
    Thank you.

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  11. Love Pearl bracelets. I think Missouri Star has some great tutorials that are entertaining to watch. I use this tutorial - http://originateandrenovate.blogspot.com/2011/08/hidden-zipper-pillow.html quite often because I am still learning zippers. Every time I do one I learn again!

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  12. I have always wanted pearl bracelets - are you sure you want to part with them?
    My favourite tutorial is Sharon Schamber's video on binding quilts with help from Elmer's School Glue. Beautiful bindings and no more injuries from pin pricks!!!

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  13. I love Kimberly Jolly of The Fat Quarter Shop's "Layer Cake Lemonade." What a lovely giveaway! carolann427@aol.com

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  14. I recently watched a tutorial for a binding tool from the Missouri Star Quilt Company. I watch many tutorials and find them so helpful. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. I love a good tutorial! Recently I used the Economy Block tutorial by Rita of Red Pepper Quilts. It was so easy to follow with plenty of photos.

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  16. Thanks for the giveaway! Lots of great tuts. I have a Pinterest Board full of them.

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  17. So many wonderful tutorials but your tutorial on binding to match you quilt I love. This is something I always wanted to do and we your tutorial I have tried it on smaller projects thanks for sharing it

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  18. I love the open wide pouch tutorial

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  19. I use Rita's (RPQ) binding tutorial frequently, but also love Noodlehead's wide open pouch.

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  20. great giveaway Deb! I too like Noodleheads open wide zipper pouch. there are so many awesome tutorials online

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  21. Neat! My fav tut is Ayumi's lunch bag. I made few and I sure will make some more.

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  22. Love the fabrics, my favourite tutorials are over a Lisa Lam's u-handbag, she has some wonderful bag and purse patterns! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. my favourite tutorial is right now by Modernhandcraft, for the hexie pillow - http://modernhandcraft.com/2013/11/hexagon-mini-quilt-tutorial/ thanks for the giveaway

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  24. oh, these lovely fabrics are on my wish-list! thanks for the giveaway opportunity :) my fav tutorial is Pink Penguin's fabric basket - I have made several :)

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  25. I love the tute on how to turn one fat quarter into 5 yards of bias binding! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. Your angled matched binding is one of my favorites!

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  27. My favorite is the quilt as you go tutorial by Maureen Cracknell. I used this on a large quilt I made recently and it worked great!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  28. I think Faith's paper piecing tutorial has been one of the most useful and well used by me.

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  29. I love the Triangle pouch, what i made for friends and me, the tutorial: http://zakkainspired.blogspot.hu/2010/07/deconstructed-pouch.html

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  30. I can't count how many Noodlehead open-mouth pouches I've made for teachers, kids, and family!

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  31. I have to say, your Triple Zip Pouch is at the top of my list, and in fact I'll soon be making another one! :)

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  32. A lovely bundle! I really enjoy Marcia's site http://www.quilterscache.com/QuiltBlocksGalore.html lots of great block tutorials. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  33. Oh . . . these are SO my colors . . .

    My favorite online tutorial is for Wanda Hanson's journal cover. There's a button for it in the sidebar of my blog.

    I am simply amazed at how many fabulous tutorials are being shared on line. What a treasure!!

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  34. I just used Sotak handmade - how to make a hidden zipper in a cushion back and it was fantastic. Thanks for the giveaway :-)

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  35. My favorite tutorial right now is actually your triple zip pouch.

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  36. Wayyyyy too many to choose from!

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  37. This is the tutorial that made the paper piecing process finally *click* with me: http://sewhooked.com/2008/10/28/paper-piecing-step-by-step/

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  38. I think I've used your triple zip tutorial more than anything. That's my pick!

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  39. I really appreciate the Matched Binding tutorial. So clever. Why didn't I think of that?

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  40. My favorite tutorial right now is the pickle dish quilt at Comfort Stitching. While it is an advanced pattern, the tutorial is perfect and making it come together like a breeze!

    http://comfortstitching.typepad.co.uk/comfortstitching/2010/10/pickledish-quilt-a-long-part-three-piecing-the-ovals-and-corners.html

    My email is saskpb@yahoo.com. Thanks!

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  41. My favorite tutorial is Anna wide opening zip pouch!

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  42. I love this bundle! So pretty! My favorite tutorials are from Lori Kennedy at the Inbox Jaunt. She breaks down free motion quilting motifs into easy to visualize steps.

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  43. I love seam binding tutorials, don't have a favorite one per se.
    Thanks for a fun giveaway.

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  44. I have two favorite tutorials. One is how to make a zippered interior pocket by The Busy Bean and the other is about machine bindings from Cluck Cluck Sew. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I love the Zig-Zag Binding Tutorial from Stitched in Color

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  46. Lovely fabrics! My current fav tutorial happens to be food related :) I've been loving the Thai food from She Simmers - wonderful cooking blog :)

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  47. Machine binding on Cluck Cluck Sew is my go-to tutorial...I check it almost every time I am doing a binding.
    buffyh_6 AT yahoo DOT com

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  48. Some of my favourites! The tutorial I use all the time is the zipper installation on cushions from Sew Mama Sew!

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  49. Noodlehead's open wide zip pouch is one of my favorite tutorials. Also like Ayumi's drawstring lunch bag.
    Love these pearl bracelet prints!

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  50. Oh so pretty! Happy Monday Debbie!

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  51. My favorite online tutorial is the chain piecing Polaroid block from when you did the block swap that I put on my blog because I love seeing people continue to refer to it years later.

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  52. Those self-coloured pearl bracelets are sooooo beautiful. My best online tutorial has been the recent machine-binding one from Lynne at www.lilysquilts.blogspot.com.

    trashalou@googlemail.com

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  53. There are so many awesome tutorials and they've helped me tremendously when I got back into sewing after I retired. I haven't tried your angled binding technique yet but I have it marked for future reference. I haven't seen this anywhere else - it's amazing!

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  54. I'm not sure about favorite, but I use Jeni's drawstring bag tutorial all.the.time. Love it. Although I could probably make those bags in my sleep now! :)

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  55. My favorite tutorial is the syzygyofme microwave-bowl tutorial. I've made several of these and they are so useful, great for gifts.

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  56. My favorite tutorial is Red Pepper Quilts machine binding just because it is so needed over here! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  57. Thank you for being part of giveaway day! So far, my favorite tutorial has been the patchwork basket by Pink Penguin. I have used the techniques to make other items as well. I'll take a quick look at your tutorials as well.

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  58. Aren't these cool!? I was just introduced to a tutorial for free form curves from red pepper quilts which i am excited to try!

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  59. http://nuno-runo.blogspot.com/

    I love that whole blog. Full of free patterns and tutorials for all kinds of cute little stuffed toys.

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  60. I love your Triple Zip Pouch and have made a lot of them. Popular gifts :)

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  61. Gorgeous selection! Favorite tutorial? Since I got the tripple zipper pouch in the swap I am a huge fan of it but I also loved to make the mango block.

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  62. Thanks for the chance to win such a lovely bundle of fabric! My favorite tutorials come from Lori Holt over at Bee in My Bonnet.

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  63. Triple zip pouch is top! Just love that one! Alsoj just made a cute boys quilt using Cluck Cluck Sews Bow Tie tutorial , super easy !

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  64. Anything that I can find when I have a weird idea in the middle of the night and no idea how to do it!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  65. Can you believe I have never owned ANY pearl bracelets fabric?? Well, I'd love to own this. Currently, I am enjoying all the technique tutorials to be found from the talented sewers in the blogging universe.
    plk0429@gmail.com

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  66. I love the Missouri Star Quilt Company tutorials. I think my favorite is the disappearing pinwheel.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  67. Ooh pearl bracelets, so awesome! I love Pile o fabrics youtube video tutorials! But I watch many! Need all the help I can get- ha! Cheers for the chance :)

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  68. I need a mouse pad and I love texty fabrics, A marriage made in heaven.

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  69. I just recently watched a tutorial on glue basting and I love it! I've been wanting some of the pearl bracelets since they first came out! Thanks!

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  70. My favorite Tutorial's are Christa's QALs. She has really easy to understand directions.

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  71. I just made this one and I love the versatility and the easy appliqué http://thermoweb.com/blog/summer-leaves-pillow-tutorial/

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  72. I am currently loving Moda Bake shop tutorial (patterns). Thank you for a chance to win!

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  73. Great giveaway, crossing fingers
    catringoch at hotmail dot com

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  74. Your striped binding tutorial is great. Thank you for the wonderful give-away chance!

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  75. Love these fabrics!!! Some of my favorite tutorials are from Missouri Star Quilt Company and MADE blog. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  76. My latest fav tutorial is the one by Fabric Mutt for the Ellie Travel Case. So easy to go together even for a beginner like me. Thank you.

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  77. I'm a huge fan of get short cuts for piecing blocks together. I love this tutorial from Melissa Corry on easy Flying Geese blocks.
    http://happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot.com/2014/02/star-light-star-bright-quilt-long.html

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  78. Elizabeth Hartman is one of my favorite designers and she often has a new pattern available for free before she starts publishing it - her "new wave" pattern is my current favorite -

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  79. The most useful tutorial for me is any which shows how to join the two ends when binding a quilt. I always seem to twist the binding every time. Thanks for the chance to win pearl bracelets!

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  80. I have dozens of tutorials pinned, mostly hot pads, placemats, pillows. Needless to say, they are still just pinned... I loved what I learned doing the triangle QAL.

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  81. I love the bias binding ruler tutorial by creative grids rulers.

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  82. I love all of Jenny Doan's tutorials. Just saw your tutorial of the Mini X quilt. OMG.. LOVE IT and you explained it so well.. adding you to my long list of blogs and everything else!!!!!!!

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  83. Pretty much every tutorial/pattern on Made by Rae is fantastic!

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  84. I'm loving all the free paper piecing patterns I've found on Craftsy - - - now to find time to actually give them a try! ;-)

    Thanks for the opportunity to win - these are some of my faves!

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  85. Jacquie Gering's Wonky Log Cabin. Thanks for a chance to win. I love tonal fabrics. They're a solid with interest! ;-)

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  86. I constantly return to the SMS blog for the tute on installing a zipper on a patchwork pillow.

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  87. I love the detailed tutorial for Red Bird & Berries Mini Quilt that Karen of Karen's Quilts, Crows, and Cardinals Blog. Thank you for the give away!

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  88. I love watching all the video tutorials by Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt..so easy to follow. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  89. I'm a huge fan of the baby blanket set (http://juicy-bits.typepad.com/juicy_bits/2009/03/83-baby-blanket-gift-set-part-1.html) here and Made by Rae's Buttercup bag! I've used both about a dozen times!

    Those pearl bracelet fabrics are so pretty in a finished piece, but when you look at the color wheel, it also looks so fun! Thanks for such a pretty set of coordinating fabrics!

    elizabeth.waligora (at) gmail.com

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  90. I have been working on my bias binding lately, and I like this tutorial for continuous bias binding: http://www.bitterpurl.com/2011/04/bias_binding_tutorial.php#more

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  91. I have recently done noodlehead's open wide zip pouch and loved it! Super easy and fun!

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  92. I think the tutorial Ive used the most is the simple skirt from Made. My daughter has practically grown up in those skirts!

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  93. My fav tutorial shows how to sew your quilt blocks together once you've laid it all out. Linda is a great teacher. http://www.flourishingpalms.blogspot.com/2013/02/web-tutorial.html

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  94. I love the how to do HST three ways

    http://www.thatgirlthatquilt.com/2011/11/half-square-triangles-3-ways.html

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  95. I haven't seen these in tone on tone - they look wonderful. Thanks for the chance! My favorite tutorials are Sophie's for the Block Lotto and Leah Day for FMQing. : )

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  96. the 9 minute everyday napkins tutorial on Gingercake is my favorite tutorial so far, probably because we use the napkins I made every single day :)

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  97. AMH and Heather Bailey's tutorials from back in the day are just so good - that quilt knot one? classic.

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  98. I love your triple zip pouch. I've had it pinned for ages, i just haven't gotten a change to make it yet. Also, Molly Flanders has a great tutorial on doing triangles. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  99. My favorite tutorial (that I've used recently) is for making your own DIY light box. It's made an amazing difference in the craft pictures that I've taken! http://www.flaxandtwine.com/2013/02/diy-photo-light-box-a-finish-fifty-project/

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  100. Just this weekend I used Maureen Cracknell's pillow sham tutorial to make 4 pillow shams for our couches!

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  101. Crazy Mom Quilts has a tutorial on crocheting a rag rug with fabric "yarn". I think it will be a great take-along project this summer.

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  102. My favorite tutorial is a binding tutorial from Anka's Treasures.

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  103. My favorite tutorial is the open wide zippered pouch from Noodlehead. I've made so many of those! margoburton AT gmail DOT com

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  104. I like the cross quilt tutorial from jeni baker at in color order

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

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  105. I love the tutorials on Sew4Home.com They have a ton of different tutorials. I am also really fond of Noodlehead's tutorials

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  106. http://fabuloushomesewn.blogspot.ca/2014/04/faux-leather-belt-tutorial-and-free.html is mine ;)

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  107. right now it is on UTube-Houndstooth quilt made easy-by MissouriQuitCo

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  108. My favorite tutorial is for any kind of bag... zippered, a wallet, a bigger purse...

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  109. I love this tutorial. Matching binding coudl be so difficult.
    http://aquilterstable.blogspot.com/2014/04/angled-matched-binding.html

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  110. I like the drawstring bag on "In Color Order"- I have made a ton! Also, the open wide zipper pouch on Noodlehead

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  111. I love your triple zipper tute :)

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  112. Currently I am following some blog improvement posts that Erin at Sew at Home Mummy is posting. They are easy to follow. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  113. Several faves. All of them bags.

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  114. I've been using Leah Day and Jacqui Gerring a lot

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  115. I can't pick just one tutorial!! Recently I've done Pink Penguin's little basket, In Color Order's drawstring, and I've got several quilts from crazymomquilts in my mental to-do list. :)

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  116. My favorite tutorial is no doubt your triple zip pouch...I must admit I've still not made one (tho have picked fabrics for many...) but was thrilled when a friend made one for me!

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  117. I made this super hero doll recently from a free tutorial: http://crafts.tutsplus.com/tutorials/create-your-own-superhero-soft-toy--craft-17660

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  118. I really like Leah Day's free motion quilting tutorials (available for free on her website). I have learned so many new patterns from her.

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  119. I don't have a favorite but i love watching free motion quilting tutorials.

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  120. I often laugh through the tutorials by the Missouri Quilt Co. Beautiful fabric!

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  121. I don't have a favorite yet but now that i finally have a laptop I am sure I will find many favorites.

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  122. I love in colour order tutorials. I made my first quilt from one.

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  123. lately it's been anything i can find about binding. there are so many ways to do it and i can't figure out which i like best!

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  124. My favorite tutorial is the binding tutorial at Jaybird quilts. She does regular and bias binding and makes it so accessible.

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  125. I dont have a favourite, as I can not remember who did the ones I loved the most! Sorry! But I still would like to win ;)

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  126. My favorite tutorial at the moment is this grocery store bag: http://www.bijoulovelydesigns.com/2010/05/market-tote-tutorial.html

    Thanks for the chance to win

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  127. I love the Noodlehead open mouth pouch. I have made lots of those.

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  128. It's so hard to pick a favorite tutorial. I love your triple zipper pouch tutorial. I've pinned it a few different times and it's been on my to do list forever. One tutorial that changed my quilting is Sometimes Crafter's binding tutorial: http://sometimescrafter.com/2009/08/binding-tutorial-attaching-it-to-the-back/

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  129. I just made the noodlehead little boy wallet. It's adorable!

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  130. I like this binding tutorial a lot: http://www.diaryofaquilter.com/2009/05/finishing-quilt-tutorial.html

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  131. There is a tea wallet tutorial out there I search for and use each year around christmas for my Tea loving friends. It is so good. Too bad I can't share it because I always lose it somehow. *sigh*

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  132. Great idea to share a tutorial, my favourite is Noodleheads open wide zip pouch, my 9yr old has made 2 using it and it's been great fun teaching her. Thanks for a superb giveaway I would be so delighted to win.

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  133. I recently saw a post about making the Lucy Boston blocks and I loved it enough that I am making one now!

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  134. I like Jenny Doan's youtube tutorials

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  135. Wonderful fabrics! My latest favorite tutorial is Film at Five by Wedding Dress Blue. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  136. Hello! It is the Boxy Pouch by Kelbysews!

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  137. Kristy at Quiet Play has some brilliant paper piecing tutorials

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  138. Jenny Doan's tutorials are my favorite, they are always so helpful!

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  139. I love Anna's tutorials and patterns over at http://www.noodle-head.com. Thanks for the great giveaway! I love your Wednesday WIP from last week!

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  140. It's a tie between Noodlehead's open wide pouch and Kelby sews pouch.

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  141. I've thoroughly enjoyed Jenny Doan's MSQC tutorials.
    However, a new tutorial I've recently found and want to make is from "Simply Pieced", http://simplypieced.blogspot.com/p/tutorials.html?showComment=1395346390490
    Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. I would love to win the Pearl Bracelets fabric!!!

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  142. I use Red Pepper Quilts binding tutorial. It is something that I used quite often.

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  143. I have just graduated from college and I have to confess that the only tutorials I have looked at are for Adobe programs on Lynda.com. It will be fun to check out sewing tutorials for a change.

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  144. The tutee I look at the most is "Stitched in Color's" how to FM quilt a chrysanthemum pattern.
    Thanks for the giveaway,
    Jacqueline in Pitt Meadows

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  145. Ashley's machine binding tutorial changed my life and saved me from early carpal tunnel! Only half joking!
    https://wasntquiltinaday.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/quilting-101-machine-binding/

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  146. Attaching the binding to my quilt was the first & most helpful tutorial I saw. Thanks.

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  147. My go-to tutorial is In Color Order's lined drawstring bag. I make many of them...perfect for gift-giving!

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  148. I really enjoyed Truly Myrtle's box bag tutorial. I'm a new sewist, but I found it easy to understand.

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  149. What a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance. Looking at your tutorials that Mango block looks awesome!

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  150. my favourite tutorial is Noodlehead's zippy purse - I;ve made lots of them! http://www.noodle-head.com/2009/10/zippy-wallet-tutorial.html
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  151. There are so many good ones out there! The first I ever used was Ayumi's fabric basket at the Pink Penguin.
    Simple and easy.
    Thank you for your generous giveaway!
    Jamie

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  152. I think my favorite tutorial was the Modern Maples tutorial! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  153. I love anything that Missioui Quilting Company does on Youtube. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  154. Love In Color Order's drawstring bags :) liamandmeg(at)gmail(dot)com

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  155. I'm new to quilting and have been trying to pick up things on youtube. I think one of the recent ones I've watched is by Leah Day

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  156. I love Noodlehead's free tutorials and patterns (plus her paid patterns). They're always so well done. Thanks!

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  157. I love the Moda Bake Shop tutorials. Too many to pick a favorite.

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  158. Gorgeous fabric! My favorite free tutorial is from Wasn't Quilt In a Day on how to do machine binding. Thanks!

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  159. Ayumi Mills (the Pink Penguin) has a great tute for fabric baskets.

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  160. Red Pepper Quilts has a tutorial on making a postage stamp quilt that I found AFTER I sewed all of my individual squares together! I really enjoy her method a lot more! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  161. I haven't followed any tutorials to make things yet, so I don't know what my favorite is. Thanks for the giveaway! sarah@forrussia.org

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  162. there are some great Economy Quilt Block Tut's! just Google

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  163. I love Amy Gibson's Block of the Month on Craftsy's website. It has taught me so much as a beginning quilter.
    amy.forkner (at) gmail (dot) com

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  164. Love these new tone-on-tone pearl bracelets. This isn't strictly a tutorial but I'm enjoying Leanne and Jess's Decipher Your Quilt series. Good basic info.

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  165. Pile o fabric glue basting! Tutorial!

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  166. For Mother's Day I made some pouches and used an online tutorial for it. Can't wait to make one for myself next!

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  167. I love some of the Missouri star video demos, as that was how I first put together a proper quilt :)

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  168. my favorite tutorial was a pillowcase from Two Wacky Women -- actually it's a video.
    Love those bracelet fabrics!

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  169. Love those Pearl Bracelets - they work in everything! Thank you for this chance to win.
    I love Ayumi's project bags. I make them for gifts and
    fill then to the brim!

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  170. I love this fabric! I'm still a beginner, so I love all tutorials. :)

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  171. There's a burp cloth tutorial that I don't have the link handy for that I want to use sometime if there was somebody with a baby I could make them for! Have fun with your giveaway.

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  172. Happy Quilting Melissa. I've done a number of her tutorials and haven't found one I couldn't follow easily. Thanks.

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  173. One of my favorite tutorials is on Noodlehead, for the Open Wide Zippered Pouch.

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  174. I love the triplezip pouch and the wide open pouch- made multiples of both. Will make many more too!

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  175. Oh, I hope you pick me to win the awesome tone on tone fabrics. Just this week, I used the quick binding toot on lilysquilts . blogspot . com. It worked very well!

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  176. Hi Debbie. Can I be bias and say my arrow tutorial??
    Thanks for a chance

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  177. Triple Zipper! Love using it when I travel to coral all the bits and pieces that need to travel with me.

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  178. I love the cardigan onesie tutorial!

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  179. Awesome pearl bracelets, so useful in everything! My favourite tutorial is for quilt as you go by Mari of the Quilting Edge. I go back to it over and over.

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  180. I really like the free tutorials by Kimberly Jolly of Fat Quarter Shop. Thank you for the chance to win!

    Tami
    tamiquilts at att dot net

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  181. Um amazing! I keep going back to Crazy Mom Quilts chevron tutorial

    ellascottage at inspired-design dot ca

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  182. The triple zipper pouch is my current favorite tutorial.

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  183. My favourite online tutorial is Red Pepper Quilts binding tutorial. It made me LOVE doing binding (seriously)

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  184. My favorite tutorial is http://kelbysews.blogspot.com/2011/03/zippered-pouch-tutorial.html

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  185. My favorite is your triple zip pouch tutorial, thanks for the giveaway!

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  186. My favourite tutorial is probably Noodlehead's Open-wide Zipper Pouch. I've made lots of those pouches! Amazing giveaway... Thank you so much!

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  187. I don't have a favorite specific tutorial but I like how Moda Bake Shop features various blogs and has a wide range of projects for different skill sets, etc.

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  188. I love the Open Wide Pouch by Noodlehead - so quick and easy and you can have a lot of fun mixing and matching fabrics and zippers!

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  189. I love your triple zip bag. I made one for my sister but I need to make another for me sometime. Thanks for the tutorial. The fabric your giving away is beautiful too.

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  190. I love your triple zip pouch, thanks

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  191. I liked learning Bonnie Hunters method of adding a label to the back while putting on the binding. I am using it all the time!

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  192. My favorite tutorial is Techniques for Printing on Fabric (http://www.polishthestars.com/2011/09/techniques-for-printing-on-fabric.html}

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