Do you want to join me in all the fun? Great!!
How about “the sew mama sew” giveaway day!!
How about the chance to win a Free Motion Quilting Kit!! I am having so much fun with my 30 days of FMQ practice, that I thought I would share a FMQ kit that I put together (Kit also includes the Supreme Slider, not featured in this picture).
- Beginners Guide to Free Motion Quilting. A great book with plenty of examples!!
- Simplify Aurifil Thread 50wt. I love Aurifil thread when FMQ, it makes all the difference.
(Picture Source: Camille Roskelley Blog)
- Machingers Gloves. I have tried three different types of quilt gloves and these are just in a different league. Wonderful!!
- Supreme Slider. This sheet reduces friction and allows the quilter to move the quilt easily.
This whole kit is worth ~$85 USD.
I will choose the winner at random using random.org. This is open for everyone; USA based and internationally (shipping will be covered by me). The giveaway is open until May 16th @ 5pm PST.
So, to enter just leave a comment telling me “What FMQ technique do you like or want to learn”. If you are a follower, you can leave a second comment letting me know.
*Note: I usually try to reply to all comments but may not be able to do so due to the volumes of a giveaway.
And the winner is:
which is Pauline Perry….I will email you tonight for your details. Congratulations!!
403. I would love to learn any FMG design. I always use stitch in the ditch (boring), because I am afraid to try anything else.
404. following on Bloglovin!
405. I would love to do more free motion quilting… I’m a beginner !
406. I would love to learn to FMQ. I have only done straight and wavy lines but FMQ is on my list of techniques to learn.
407. I follow via bloglovin
408. I would like to be not afraid of FMQ
409. I would like to conquer feathers, thanks 🙂
410. I would love to try some thread sketching one of these days…looks challenging!
411. I’d love it if my quilt was smooth, not herky jerky. I’m great with SID or outline quilting, stitch #4 in my Bernina (the wiggle stitch). I stink at FMQ, I don’t want to ruin a quilt or pick out a lot of stitching. Thanks so much for the generous giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne
412. Following you on Bloglovin’.
413. I have always wanted to try free motion quilting and my machine is suppose to do it (Viking Lily) but when I’ve tried on my own it has not been successful.
414. I would like to learn FMQ full stop! I am amazed at some of the quilting I have seen done on domestic sewing machines. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.
415. I subscribe via email. Thanks for the opportunity! Notwendy at gmail dot com
416. My FAQ skills are non-existent. I would love to learn the basics. Thanks! Notwendy gmail
417. I’m a beginner quilter, so haven’t done much FMQ,
418. This is an awesome giveaway – thanks! I’m still fairly green and would like to improve my FMQ skills – feathers would be something I’d love to learn at some point!
419. I’ve been following with feedly
420. I really love circles.
421. I’m a follower.
422. Wow that’s a great package. Thanks for the giveaway.
423. I would love to learn to curve hatching!!
424. Great giveaway… My free motion quilting attempts have been so poor that I need all the help I can get!!
425. Oh this would be an amazing prize. I am currently piecing my first ever quilt and I am so daunted by the Free Motion Quilting but I am to much of a control freak to hand my “baby” over to a professional so I am going to have to learn everything I need to know to do it myself.
426. I am a hand quilter and have not yet have the never to try machine quilting, but I would love to. This would really help me get started.
427. I am follower already!
428. I haven’t learned to FMQ yet. (I’m scared!!!) I want to tackle it though, I’m so amazed at what I see other people do!
429. So happy I found this in time for the drawing. Sounds like a fantastic package to have. I need more practice and having the right tools will help tremendously. Thanks for the opportunity!
430. I just need to build my confidence in fmq. I am horrid at feathers, but I am not a huge feathers fan, so not feeling too lacking there. Oh, actually, pebbling. I’d like to learn that as a filler.
431. I want to learn to be consistent! Everything will be going well and then all the sudden I have a mess on my hands :D. Awesome prize!
432. I follow via The Old Reader!
433. I’d like to know more about doing different versions of feathers.
434. Great giveaway! I need to learn how to move the quilt smoothly and evenly so I get even stitches, rather than a combination of long and short!
435. I’ve never done any free motion quilting at all, so I’ll need to learn EVERYTHING! 🙂 I’ve only ever quilted in straight lines with a machine, so it would be wonderful to learn. 🙂
Thanks for the lovely giveaway!
436. I really want to learn to get a good speed consistently so I can avoid the tension issues on the back of my quilts. Thanks for the chance!
437. I’ve been a strictly straight line quilter so far. I’d love to learn the pebble technique though. Thanks 🙂
438. I’ve never done any free motion quilting – but I’d love to learn! 🙂
439. What a wonderful giveaway! I would love to learn any kind of FMQ. Thisbbook has been on my wish list! Thanks for the chance to win!
440. I follow you through Bloglovin.
441. Lovely package, I’m new to quilting and FMQ in general, but I’d love to learn more about it. Thanks for the generous giveaway!
442. I’m all about straight line quilting! I’ve tried numerous time to FMQ and every time is just terrible! So i could use all the help i can get! Thanks so much for the chance 🙂
443. I love FMQ that looks like sketch work!
444. I haven’t tried fee motion quilting before but I’m taking a class on Saturday – I’m so excited! This kit would really help me learn!
445. i would like to learn feathers.
446. FMQ beginner. Trying it out now & then.
Thanks for the awesome giveaway.
447. I have never done FMQ, but would love to learn. That book would be perfect for me.
448. What an awesome giveaway! I totally want to learn baptist fan:)
449. Oh and I’m a follower~
450. Would like to learn to do ruler work and feathers on my domestic machine.
451. Just getting started in quilting, but having seen a friends work I am inspired to give FMQ a go. That looks like a great book, and those threads are just yummy. Thanks for the chance!
452. I’m just starting, so I have everything to learn