Blogiversary {Giveaway}

Folks, who knew, that after having sinus surgery and deciding that I should start using the sewing machine I bought 6 months ago, I would be here. Welcome to my 4 year blogiversary. Wow!!

Sometimes, I am amazed that I kept with a hobby for 4 years and other times I can’t believe its only been 4 years, its gone by so fast.

This year has been an amazing journey. I want to thank all of you who have joined me and supported me on this journey, both here and on Instagram (IG). Looking at October 2015 through September 2016, these are some of my most memorable projects & WiPs. mosaicdd25f3e4fb290200b7e0c21c02c4d93b5baf4c6d

This year has been a big year. I have loved experimenting and playing with different techniques and color. I have loved teaching my new quilting classes. I hope the year ahead is as good to me…I know it is starting out well.


As a thank you, I would like to give away a $80 gift card to Hawthorne Threads. To win:

  • Leave a comment, about what quilting topics and themes you are interested in at the moment.
  • If you are a follower, leave a second comment letting me know how you follow.

A winner will be randomly chosen and announced next Sunday 9th October at 8pm.

Winner: Melanie C (email coming your way with the gift certificate).



271 thoughts on “Blogiversary {Giveaway}

  1. composchoreo

    Congratulations! Your blog and projects are always such a delight to see. I’m pretty new at all of this stuff and can’t decide what I’m most into now; I’m learning a little about paper piecing and I’m really into improvisation and into learning how one does curves.

  2. Jennyroo

    I am a machine quilter, nothing fancy, so I love learning about things I can do to step it up a bit and move outside my comfort zone. Paper piecing? Hand quilting? Eeek! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Jennyroo

    I am a subscriber! I follow your lovely blog on Bloglovin. Thanks for all the inspiration and ideas! Happy Blogiversary!

  4. clumsykristel

    I know it’s something you already do, but I’m always interested in ready more about people’s design process. It’s not something I tend to do – I’m more interested in playing with colours and prints, than really caring too much about the pattern I use, though obviously it plays in – so probably that’s why I pay so much attention to other people’s process.

  5. Brooke

    I love earning more about color, placement – how to make a quilt sing like in your most recent post. I could read that info for days

  6. heather

    hi! thanks for doing this! abstract/geometric designs (recently made one of those circle quilt-tops) are cool to work on… i follow by “email.” have a great day! (cannot wait to make some of the pillows you designed!) ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. quiltypatch

    I’m in a project right now, called the 70273 Project, making blocks with red crosses to remember disabled people murdered by Nazis during WW2. A beautiful project.

  8. Sarah J

    Really love different quilting techniques- especially ones for a domestic machine. Color is always a fun topic too!

  9. lorindadavis

    I feel like in interested in everything lately! I am feeling the need to direct my attention to some srcappy projects soon, and (although not quilting related) I am starting to do more garment sewing.

  10. Denise Smart

    What quilting topics and themes you are interested in at the moment. As the weather cools I am starting to concentrate on how I can quilt all the quilt tops I have pieced so far this year. I have a range of modern quilts, and one complex applique. How to pick quilt motifs is always a struggle for me.

  11. aquilterstable

    Time flies, doesn’t it!? Right now I’m definitely interested in improv. I’ve got several commitments going on right now but looking forward to just playing soon!

  12. Crystal Gregg

    A neighbor upgraded her furniture and gave me this fabulous vintage pullout couch. I would love to have quilt with similar vintage fabrics and colors to keep on my pleather couch to tie them together.
    Congrats on 4 years!

  13. Naomi Raimon

    I just discovered you on Bloglovin’ Happy Blogiversary! I love combining traditional and modern in quilting and seeing how others do this : )

  14. Mary Beth Elderton

    I learned a lot about quilting and sewing from my grandmother and finished several smaller projects years ago. I now have time to really work on some projects. I appreciate how-to’s on medium skill level techniques and newer design ideas,

  15. Fiona N

    I am interested in Halloween themes at this moment. I will do at least one theme for my son very soon ๐Ÿ˜‰


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