Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day: Free Motion Quilting Kit

Do you want to join me in all the fun? Great!!

How about  “the sew mama sew” giveaway day!!

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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).
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  1. Beginners Guide to Free Motion Quilting. A great book with plenty of examples!!
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  2. Simplify Aurifil Thread 50wt. I love Aurifil thread when FMQ, it makes all the difference.9317942026_997e85874f_c
    (Picture Source: Camille Roskelley Blog)
  3. Machingers Gloves. I have tried three different types of quilt gloves and these are just in a different league. Wonderful!!
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  4. Supreme Slider. This sheet reduces friction and allows the quilter to move the quilt easily.
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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.

Have fun!!

*Note: I usually try to reply to all comments but may not be able to do so due to the volumes of a giveaway.

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And the winner is:

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which is Pauline Perry….I will email you tonight for your details. Congratulations!!

529 thoughts on “Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day: Free Motion Quilting Kit

  1. Debbie

    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.

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  2. Marti

    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.

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  3. Toni Anne

    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

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  4. Lyn Kaufmann

    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.

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  5. Christine M

    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.

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  6. Kelly Wilson

    416. My FAQ skills are non-existent. I would love to learn the basics. Thanks! Notwendy gmail

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  7. Pre

    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!

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  8. Alis Rina

    424. Great giveaway… My free motion quilting attempts have been so poor that I need all the help I can get!!

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  9. Jodi R

    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.

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  10. jayardi

    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!

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  11. carolejm

    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.

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  12. Mary

    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!

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  13. Jessica @ Just a Mum?

    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!

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  14. Kayla

    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!

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  15. wigglypup

    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!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  16. Jolien

    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!

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  17. nicole

    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 🙂

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  18. Catriona

    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!

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  19. Four dogs and one quilter

    450. Would like to learn to do ruler work and feathers on my domestic machine.

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  20. toffeepops

    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!

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