Monday, December 8, 2014

Giveaway Day, Oh Yeah!

This giveaway is now closed. Thanks for stopping by!
Here we go, with another Giveaway Day from Sew, Mama, Sew! It's a great {and fun!} way to visit lots of bloggers, facebook pages, and Instagram feeds, entering all sorts of giveaways, as well as getting acquainted with lots of creative folks.

My giveaway consists of a 1/2 yard bundle of Katy Jones/i'm a ginger monkey's new Priory Square, containing all 8 prints in the line. Isn't the variety of scale in this bundle a win-win?
For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post sharing one quilting tutorial or pattern found online that you turn to again and again. The giveaway will close Friday, December 12 at 5pm PST, and I will announce a randomly chosen winner before the weekend's over.

***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 won't hesitate to 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. You can also find me on Instagram and facebook - hope to meet you there as well.

Linking to Giveaway Day at Sew, Mama, Sew!

433 comments:

  1. One of my go-to tutorials is Red Pepper Quilts machine binding tutorial. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. I use Noodlehead's open wide pouch tutorial again and again - pesky zips! Thanks

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  3. I love any of the tutorial by Jenny at Missouri Star Quilt Company.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com

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  4. Totally drooling over here! Well, I always use your triple zip tutorial!

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  5. What an awesome giveaway Debbie!! I use Flossie Teacakes zipper tutorial as my 'go-to' quick gift!

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  6. My favourites are the tutorials by Jenny of Missouri Star Quilt Company. Very easy and very helpful.
    Thanks for the chance!
    Rike

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  7. quiltsville's scapy trip around the world. it's a great tutorial and makes a fantastic quilt. so easy to follow.

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  8. I love the piecing triangles tutorial by Sassy Quilter. Thanks!

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  9. I also love the noodle-head wide open zipper pouches, love, love, love them
    http://www.noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-tutorial-size.html
    Thank! naragonbets@gmail.com

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  10. I'm another fan of noodle head's open wide pouch tutorial! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  11. Thanks Debbie and Sew Mama Sew. One amazing tutorial is on the Trends and Traditions blog. Heather Mulder Peterson's directions on bindings at odd angles are spot on. I have recommended it to many friends who are binding zig zag edges. Perfect every time.

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  12. I love this mug rug pattern & have made it several times. Thanks.

    http://www.quiltingdaily.com/blogs/quilting-daily/archive/2013/08/21/small-quilted-gifts-like-this-mug-rug-are-perfect-for-teachers.aspx

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  13. There are many tutorials I do over and over again but at the moment it is all about flying geese and how to have the least amount of waste ...
    thank you so much for the give away

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  14. My current fave is your triple zip pouch. Awesome instuctions. I love matching the zipper colours to the fabric. Very fun to make. Thanks!

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  15. I use Lori Holts tutorials all the time! They are so easy to follow and she is such a doll !
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  16. I'm not one to make the same thing over and over, so this was a tough question! This paper pieced alphabet pattern http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/other/just-my-type-lowercase-alphabet-/45056 has come in useful for quilting and I'm sure I'll use it over and over.

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  17. I tend to head over to Missouri Star Quilts and can find anything I need. I also like Noodlehead and Red Pepper Quilts.

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  18. Missouri Star is my "go to place" when I get stuck for help. Love the fabric you have selected. will make a nice Christmas surprise for the lucky winner. Merry Christmas to you and yours!
    Keep those needles moving!

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  19. I like Moda Bake Shop and Missouri Star Quilt Co for patterns and inspiration. carolann427@aol.com

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  20. My go to tutorial/s are the wonderful FMQ tutorials by Lori Kennedy at the Inbox Jaunt. I've recently used the pumpkin and spool motifs on projects.

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  21. There are just too many great patterns and so little time. I usually only use them once despite my best intentions! I just used a great pattern for a Christmas pillow from Sewing Under the Rainbow- she has many free patterns on Craftsy! Thanks! Sweetfeetstitches at gmail

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  22. I love Missouri Quilt Shops "X's & O's" pattern. So easy and a great quilt! Thanks.

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  23. I am always going to Missouri Quilts for all of the online tutorials. Love them! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  24. eek! pick me pick me! honestly, I rarely make anything more than once! LOL my new fav tutorial is Three Owls Dainty Tote

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  25. Ooooh!! My fave new range! I always use this tutorial for little drawstring bags - partly because I can never remember how to sew them up! *g*

    http://www.incolororder.com/2011/10/lined-drawstring-bag-tutorial.html

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  26. I have 2, one is crazy mom quilt's binding tutorial and the second is a drawstring bag tutorial from a blog that is no longer around but I have the tut saved on my computer.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. I also look for binding tutorials and Red Pepper Quilts is one of them. Rita is the best!

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  28. I just used Sew Take A Hike's undie tutorial! I can't stop making them!

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  29. Gosto muito de Crasy Mom Quilt s
    Obrigada!!!!Seguidora BLOGLOVIN
    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com


    FELIZ NATAL!!!!

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  30. My fav tut on line is from quiltville's blog, The scrappy trip around the world is so easy to follow!

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  31. Thank you for such a generous giveaway! A tutorial that I've been using a lot lately is Tracy Jay Quilt's Christmas tree skirt pattern on Moda Bake Shop. Best Christmas gift! Thanks for the opportunity.
    Sarahgregg9@gmail.com

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  32. Jaybird quilts method to create bias binding. Great tutorial. Thanks for the chance!

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  33. I have it bookmarked and that's the MSQC binder thingy tool for doing the ends of the quilt binding!!!

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  34. I have the hidden zipper tutorial for pillows on my Pinterest board. I go to it every time I make a pillow.

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  35. I made five of your triple zip pouches : )

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  36. I seem to keep going back to wonky stars. They are so quick and easy!

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  37. I keep going back to this tutorial on how to connect qayg blocks and am using it right now on a bigger project.
    http://pileofabric.com/blogs/modern-quilting/15173445-lesson-11-joining-the-blocks-skill-builder-bom

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  38. I made a camera strap with a lens cap holder for everyone I know that had a camera: http://www.lbg-studio.com/2010/08/tutorial-camera-strap-cover-with-lens.html

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  39. I get ideas, patterns from all over the place~I love my daily blog feed, always gives me new ideas!

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  40. I love Noodleheads zipper pouch tutorial.

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  41. I always end up going to Missouri Quilt Co. for their tote bag tutorial from charm packs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7i6Wrl4rZ8

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  42. I love the Noodlehead gathered clutch tutorial. I've made countless presents with it. http://www.noodle-head.com/2010/04/gathered-clutch-tutorial.html Thanks for the chance to win!

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  43. I rarely make the same quilt twice, but I do like the way you can use all the Drunkard's Path variations to make modern blocks.

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  44. Noodlehead's zippy pouch tutorial is great! I love it.
    mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

    still waiting on that clam soup recipe!!!

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  45. I'm new to quilting so I don't really have a go-to, but have found Missouri Star Quilt to be helpful!

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  46. I make these crib sheets over and over again. http://www.danamadeit.com/2008/07/tutorial-crib-and-toddler-bed-sheets.html

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  47. I love Maureen's quilt as you go tutorial: http://maureencracknellhandmade.blogspot.ie/2012/10/a-quilt-as-you-go-tutorial.html. It's awesome!

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  48. A great one that i just used for hexis is http://tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com/2012/02/sewing-hexagons-by-machine-without.html?m=1 I am looking forward to using it when I make a large hexi quilt in the near future

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  49. One of my go to tutorial/patterns is the modern charm quilt by Elizabeth Hartman. It can also be made in a lap size quilt too.
    http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2014/05/charm-squares-quilt-redux.html

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  50. There are so many good ones but I am currently making potholders using this one from Elizabeth Hartman: http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2010/06/quilted-potholder-tutorial.html
    She has a real gift for writing tutorials and patterns - can't go wrong with any of them.

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  51. this is a great quilt pattern - her instructions are so clear and detailed. http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2011/03/mod-sampler-redux.html

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  52. I love Anna's gathered clutch - http://www.noodle-head.com/2010/04/gathered-clutch-tutorial.html

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  53. Love the boxy pouch tutorial from Pink Stitches!

    http://pinkxstitches.blogspot.com/2014/01/boxy-pouch-tutorial.html

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  54. I keep going back to Me and My Sister's tutorial on binding. There are so many good ones out there, but theirs is just simple for me!

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  55. I use noodleheads tutorials! I've been wanting this line of fabric so bad!
    renae1225@gmail.com

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  56. Hi Debbie and thank you for a fantastic give away! What an adorable fabric collection!
    I look often Julie's tutorials for hexagon patterns http://jaybirdquilts.com
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  57. I don`t really have one that I turn to again and again. I like to try different things every time :)

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  58. I love the pineapple block tutorial at Crazy Mom Quilts:
    http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2014/10/how-to-make-pineapple-block-without.html

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  59. I've always loved the versatility of the disappearing nine patch.

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  60. I go back over and over to Pat Sloan's maching binding video.

    http://patsloan.typepad.com/quiltershome/pat-sloan-machine-binding-tutorial.html

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  61. http://www.redpepperquilts.com/2009/11/binding-tutorial.html

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  62. I have used Elizabeth hartman's tutorials on quilting, binding etc for a long time. Her explanations are great. They are on her blog oh fransson.

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  63. Glue basting: http://pileofabric.com/blogs/modern-quilting/15172949-precise-piecing-using-glue-basting-technique-tutorial-tuesday. This is a huge help when working with small pieces!

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  64. Lori Kennedy's free motion quilting tutorials are my favorite.

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  65. I love Lori Kennedy's Free Motion quilting tutorials as well. I also like Natalia Bonner's videos. All helping me improve my FMQ skills.

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  66. This tutorial for 8 HSTs at a time! http://www.sewmamasew.com/2013/01/half-square-triangles-hsts-8-at-a-time/

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  67. There are really any online tutorials or patterns that I use frequently although I have browsed plenty and my latest project involved Canuck Quilters Snowflake patterns. I tend to refer back to quilting books if I feel I am stuck on something .

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  68. I see a few other people have mentioned it, but I've also found noodle head's pouch tutorial helpful!

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  69. Your Triple-Zip Pouch tutorial is just amazing.

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  70. my go to pattern was found on the OH Fransson blog, the new wave quilt - have made this up in soft colors for babies, bright colors for toddlers, and neutral and bold browns for male lapquilts - the pattern is easy to work with and I love the finish.

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  71. I very seldom do the same pattern over again but like Missouri Star Quilt for their quick and easy tutorials.

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  72. I always go to Missouri Star Quilt when I need help making something, I love their tutorials.

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  73. I use the fmq tutorials from Lori at the Inbox Jaunt. Thanks for a chance!

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  74. I've used Marueen Cracknell's quilt-as-you-go tutorial the most and plan to use it again soon!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  75. I have made 19 sewtogether bags but I still refer to Quilt Barn's QAL. Thanks for the chance to win! The teal prints are fab!

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  76. SewKatieDid's tutorial on invisible zippers in pillows. So fantastic!

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  77. I too love Jenny at MSQC, videos really help. But of course I check out any tute with zipper pouches.

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  78. I always go back to noodle head for bag patterns and I turn to Tartan Kiwi for paper piecing patterns!

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  79. I tend to use Crazy Mom Quilts binding blog http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2014/09/a-few-binding-tips.html. It's very helpful! Thanks so much for offering this giveaway!

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  80. I use Cluck Cluck Sew's machine binding tutorial ALL. THE. TIME. She writes great thorough tutorials.
    buffyh_6(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  81. Yay! So exciting! No matter how many times I do it, I always refer to Sew Mama Sew's tutorial on adding a zipper to my pillow. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. I always send friends to Crazy Mom Quilts binding and quilting tutorials. That's how I learned and she's great.

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  83. McCall's Quilting continuous bias binding tutorial works well for me every time!

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  84. My biggest go-to is for knitting -- the Knitty kitchener stitch tutorial!

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  85. This is a great tutorial for inserting an invisible zip: http://frombolttobeauty.blogspot.co.uk/ I've used it lots of times.
    mary(at)emmens(dot)co(dot)uk

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  86. I love to check out Moda Bakeshop to see what folks are making with precuts.

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  87. This is one of my Go-To pages because I can never keep these numbers in my head!
    http://www.msquilting.com/Half%20Square%20and%20Quarter%20Square_t.htm

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  88. I like the MBS tutorials but I really like stitchory dickory docks easy hst triangle tutorial.

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  89. Just this morning I pulled out this pattern for the cutest little coin purses: http://keyka.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/08/lets-make-dumplings-free-zip-pouch-tutorial.html

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  90. A half-yard bundle?? WooHoo! There are so many great tutorials on-line and so many generous bloggers. One that I absolutely use again and again is Noddlehead's wide mouth pouch. All three sizes are wonderful and it's such an easy pouch that delivers a huge punch. Thanks again for the great giveaway!

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  91. moda bake shop has some good ones- i have made the pinwheel baby quilt, the storybook star quilt, and i am working on the granny square one now!

    thanks for the chance!

    pacountrycrafts at gmail dot com

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  92. Awesome debbie! The tutorial I have referred to the most lately is the one from McCall's Quilting for joining the binding ends on a diagonal. It's the best!

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  93. I use the Get Carded Wallet pattern from Dog Under My Desk over and over again.

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  94. I love Moda Bakeshop for tutorials - so many ideas and so little time.

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  95. any of Rachel's tutorials really but I adored making this one http://www.woodenspoonquilts.blogspot.co.nz/2014/09/raspberry-kiss-block-tutorial_56.html

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  96. Oh, that's so hard. I love too many! I use a couple of tutorials from Jaybird Quilts including her envelope closure pillowcase tute. I also love the pillowcase tutorial from Lovely Little Handmades. (http://lovelylittlehandmades.blogspot.com/2012/08/a-magic-pillow-case-tutorial.html)

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  97. I have found lots over the internet that I have liked and use often but I don't have one that I go to over and over again. All have been very helpful. Thank you so much for your giveaway.

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  98. I love this drawstring bag:
    http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08/tutorial-lunch-bag.html
    I have made it for a child's dolly diaper bag, a church toy bag, and a project bag. Easy, cute, perfect size!

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  99. Pat Sloan's machine finished binding tutorial is one of my faves. It's my go-to for baby quilts.

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  100. The dumpling pouch and tea wallet. Great for adding gift cards and small items.

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  101. I love the Quilt Barn tutorial for the Sew Together Bag. I have made 4 of the bags and used it each time.
    pam1045bg@gmail.com

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  102. I like Heather Bailey's binding tutorial http://www.heatherbaileydesign.com/HB_QuiltBinding.pdf

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  103. I didn't do any patchwork yet... although someday I'll learn.
    What about something for sewing? I love this wallet:
    http://www.noodle-head.com/2009/10/zippy-wallet-tutorial.html

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  104. I keep going back to the Greek cross in Craftsy BOM 2013.

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  105. I'm always brushing up on my HST-making skills with Diary of a Quilters's HST Short Cuts ( http://www.diaryofaquilter.com/2014/02/half-square-triangle-short-cuts-and.html).

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  106. How fun...http://punkinpatterns.com/blog/2011/03/sweet-tooth-pouch.html
    This is a pouch made with iron on vinyl on empty candy bags...oh...do the kids ever love this one..I have made many

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  107. Quiltville's Scrappy Trips and Starstruck patterns are faves and have been made more than once. Available online. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  108. I love Pinkxstitches boxy pouch and Noodlehead's open-wide pouch. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  109. Annela's oval box bag pattern - turns out great every time and perfect for gifting.

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  110. July stars from cluck cluck sew but really any of her tutorials! lauraddirks@gmail.com

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  111. I always have to refer back to Heather Bailey's binding tutorial, and i have bound a lot of quilts!

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  112. Love this line! I go to Missouri quilt co for tutorials

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  113. This is going to sound like a total suck up tactic plus it's not a quilting pattern, but your tutorial for the Triple Zip Pouch is my go to handmade gift. In fact, I made one last night to take to our guild gift exchange tonight :)

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  114. I love going to Jenny Doan with the Missouri Star Quilt company and watch her videos.

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  115. I love the penny patch quilt on Stitched In Colors blog!

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  116. I love this 9 patch straight furrows on Quilter's Cache http://www.quilterscache.com/N/NinePatchStraightFurrowsBlock.html

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  117. As a new quilter, I always have to look for binding tutorials.

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  118. Thank you for the chance to win such a great prize. I cant think of a particular tutorial that I use, but I know I always find the tutorials on Sew Mama Sew really great, and also the Purl Soho blog.

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  119. I love Clover and Violet's Bella Clutch, http://www.cloverandviolet.com/2013/01/the-bella-clutch-free-pattern.html

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  120. Um... I think I would fall over if I won this giveaway! Thanks for such a great prize! I love Noodlehead's ruffled pouch tutorial.

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  121. I use Sew Sweetness's tutorial (of sorts) of many different kinds of interfacing out there. Her run-down is quite thorough and it's something I visit often when I need to replace a certain interfacing in a pattern that I don't have access to.

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  122. Mine is the faux piped binding.

    http://sew-whats-new.net/easy-faux-piped-binding-for-quilts/

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  123. A tutorial by Elisabeth Hartmann on making bag panels.

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  124. i turn to Jeennie Doan all the time

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  125. Lovely fabric!! And great question! I go to Anna of Noodlehead for her wide open pouch tutorial often. And this year I made two Penny Patch quilts by Rachel of Stitched in Color. Thanks for the chance!

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  126. Ack! While I revisit Craftsy classes from time to time, I tend to view a specific project tutorial enough times to finish my project and then... off to the next thing... so I don't have enough revisiting to draw from. Most recently it's been tutorials for curtains, simple w/clip on rings and also for grommet tops [which I haven't done yet so I will go back] which is at The Shabby Creek Cottage. Most often I pin tutorials for later use so I can find stuff I love without searching the entire web again.

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  127. I love to use Noodlehead's open wide pouch tutorial.

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  128. Noodlehead's Open Wide Pouch is a favourite - a fantastic pattern. Amazing giveaway!! Happy Monday!

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  129. Noodlehead's Open Wide Pouch is a favourite - a fantastic pattern. Amazing giveaway!! Happy Monday!

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  130. The Rose Star tutorial at Summerfete really helped me understand EPP block design, I have been applying the knowledge from that block to my other block design projects.

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  131. The binding tut from red pepper quilts......thanks for the giveaway!

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  132. I always go to Eleanore Burns...Quilt in a Day for tutorials first!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  133. The tutorial that I use for EVERY quilt is this binding tutorial from Paula at the Sassy Quilter: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/234890936788251739/ I love it and my binding always comes out perfectly.

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  134. I love Jenny too from Missouri Star Quilts

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  135. Hi there! What a great giveaway!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    h_freund@hotmail.com
    I always go back to the Wide Mouth Pouch tutorial by Noodlehead :-)

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  136. I use Noodleheads wide open pouch tute, the triple zip tute and the flanged binding tute!

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  137. I like Jeni Baker's drawstring bag tutorial. It makes a great gift bag while being a great gift itself!

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  138. I just used Jeni Baker's lined drawstring bag tutorial to make a bunch of bags this weekend. I know it's one I'll use over and over!

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  139. I turn to Elizabeth Hartman's quilting tutorials all the time. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  140. I love anything Moda. They are a great asset to the quilting community.

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  141. Missouri Star Quilt Company always has something new to inspire or guide me.

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  142. Love this binding tute from jaybird quilts:
    http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/2010/01/perfect-binding-tutorial.html

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  143. My go-to-pattern place is michellepatterns.com. Her patterns are excellent. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ckjaeger@charter.net

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  144. The bow clutch pattern from Elm Street Life is a favorite.

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  145. I use the sisboom angie over and over - I've made half a dozen

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  146. I love your triple zip pouch and the noodlehead wide open pouch. Thanks for the chance to win. Kimaley1@gmail.com

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  147. Crazy mom quilts' undoing tutorial is a great one!

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  148. ditto on Noodlehead's open wide pouch tutorial i make these all the time great tutorial

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  149. I wouldn't choose just one, but I frequently visit Leah Day's free motion quilting project for inspiration when deciding on a quilting design.

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  150. I love this Sew Delicious sewing machine cover pattern!
    http://www.sewdelicious.com.au/2013/01/quilted-sewing-machine-cover-tutorial.html

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  151. I use Noodleheads wide open pouches tutorial over and over - it's simple and easy, and the instructions are foolproof!

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  152. Bonnie hunter from quilt like has a lot of wonderful tutorials. Her scrappy trip around the world is awesome

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  153. I use Nancy Zieman quilt finishes video.

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  154. The little girls' skirt tutorial from iheartstitching is a go-to.

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  155. Maureen Cracknells quilt as you go!

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  156. In Color Order's Draw string bag. I am have made so many. Lunch bags, Halloween Treat bags...

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  157. I've made this quilt a couple of times.
    http://coveredinmodpodge.blogspot.com/2014/03/ruffled-strip-quilt-tutorial-or-big.html?m=1

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  158. I love to look at Jenny Doan tutorial on YouTube at Missouri Star for the binding and some of their quilt block tutorials! Kimberly Jolly at Fat Quarter Shop has awesome tutorials too! My first pattern was the jelly roll jam! Thanks so much!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  159. Sometimes I forget how to use my binding tool so I refer to this tutorial often. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex2PajesRvU

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  160. LBG studio art tote. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  161. I go here a lot - http://www.maureencracknellhandmade.blogspot.ca/2013/09/a-herringbone-quilt-tutorial.html

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  162. I have made Noodlehead's Cargo Duffle pattern a couple times - it is not exactly a quilting pattern but it is quilted.

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  163. I like the tutorials from Missouri star quilts.

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  164. It's not so much a pattern, but I do love the many options that this quilt holds! SO many color combinations, so little time!
    http://craftyblossom.blogspot.ca/2012/09/pantone-parade-custom-quilt.html

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  165. I refer often to a Jennie Doan Craftsy class section that addresses binding -- but I think I finally have it memorized. Thanks!

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  166. I love the folding templates from Scientific Seamstress. I always use these!

    http://scientificseamstress.blogspot.com/2010/03/folding-templates-free-download.html

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  167. One of my favorite tutorials is Maureen Cracknell's on Quilting-as-You-Go: http://maureencracknellhandmade.blogspot.com/2012/10/a-quilt-as-you-go-tutorial.html

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  168. My go to gift is an ovencloth made with Adrianne's (On the Windy Side) tutorial on She Can Quilt http://www.shecanquilt.ca/2013/04/adriannes-oven-mitt-2013-fal-tutorial.html

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  169. I have been visiting the Quilt Barn's Sew Together Bag tutorial. So helpful with the great photos!

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  170. I don't have a go to tutorial, i bookmark the ones that come in handy and turn to the one thats needed.

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  171. The chicken pincushion tutorial from Missouri Star.

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  172. Baby Life quilt by Vanessa Christenson

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  173. I turn to this Bias making tutorial a lot!
    http://www.coletterie.com/tutorials-tips-tricks/continuous-bias-tape-tutorial

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  174. I keep pinning your triple zip tut but must admit I have yet to try it. I will do it someday because it keeps catching my eye. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  175. I tend not to repeat, but I appreciate Gen X Quilters' quilt block library!

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  176. Honestly I don't have a tutorial or pattern to suggest because I design my own mixing many that I find online! Thanks for the chance!!

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  177. I make continuous bias tape all the time with random chunks of fabric. Here's a great tutorial on it!
    http://www.coletterie.com/tutorials-tips-tricks/continuous-bias-tape-tutorial

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  178. I just used a great tutorial for tote bags from Amanda Jean at Crazy Mom Quilts

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  179. Jeni Baker's Giant Star quilt is always a go to for me.

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  180. I love patterns! I really love a pattern for a pyjama eater from Sew Fearless! I've made a few so far- they're so cute! Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetower@gmail.com

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  181. Hi- I aways return to Dana Made it simple skirt patterns!

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  182. I'm new to quilting, so I don't have a favorite pattern or site to recommend.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  183. i love the http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/home-decor/punctual/53999 for wedding gifts

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  184. http://maureencracknellhandmade.blogspot.com/2012/10/a-quilt-as-you-go-tutorial.html

    Love all her stuff!

    I also frequently have to look up binding tutorials.

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  185. I don't have a favorite tutorial at the moment, but I'm learning tons on Craftsy.

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  186. I've made about 5 pairs of skinny jeans for my daughter, and about 6 sets of winter pajamas for my kids. I'm on my 4th raglan tee, and have about 5 more planned.. as well as more adventure tees.

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  187. Love many tutorials. Your triple zippered pouch, noodle heads big wide open pouch, mods baker shop and MSQC via you tube. Can't pick just one. Ohh and dog under my desk for the luggage tags, etc......

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  188. I love Lori Holt's Bee In My Bonnet tutorial for making design boards plus her half square triangles, she has tons of cute tutorials. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  189. I have watched the Missouri Quilt company binding tutorial about 100 times & I've only done two quilts so far!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vCWpxBRs20&list=PLF49CD99E1CFA0E6A

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  190. I don't quilt, yet. I've only been sewing for a year and started with clothes for my toddler. I've used the basic pants from danamadeit.com more than half a dozen times for pants, pajamas and bloomers.

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  191. Jenny @ Missouri Quilt Company

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  192. I use the lined drawstring bag tutorial on In Color Order.

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  193. The Bionic Gear Bag which can be found on Craftsy.

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  194. thank you for the chance to win
    red pepper quilts binding tute is a go to for sure

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