Friday, July 10, 2015

Friday Giveaway!!!

Check out this yummy Amy Butler fabric which is a great choice
 to go with our pattern - Tic Tac Deco!



In order to enter our giveaway, please tell us about some of your summer fun and how many blocks you plan to make for the Twisted Blossom QAL. 

 I plan on making 16 Twisted Blossom blocks, and some of my summer fun includes pool time with my grandson Calvin - I live in AZ and pool time is mandatory :-) Helen

Kimbra and Calvin

Winner will be announced on Monday.

For more information on the Twisted Blossom QAL check here.

52 comments:

sariditty handmade said...

This is beautiful!! And looks totally manageable! I just received my QCR and am ready to dive into a project. I'll attempt 16 Twisted Blossom blocks too!

Kathryn said...

I have a fun family vacation in Montana to look forward to. How about 9 blocks!

Marilyn Tonhauser said...

I have made three #twistedblossom blocks and it is fun. I plan to make at least 16.

Kristi said...

I'm not sure if I'll stop at 9 or if I'll make the fabric work for 12 blocks. I also live in Tucson AZ so spending as much time at the pool or Lakes in AZ are definitely mandatory.

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Patricia Quilts said...

I'll be making four blocks ... a baby quilt for my granddaughter. My summertime fun includes lots of time with her while she is visiting for 6 weeks.

Marlene said...

I have made two so far. The first one has been set side for now- then changed fabrics (using stash fabrics/scraps) and will make 4-5 to make a bed runner. Then probably a bigger quilt with different fabrics. Loving this pattern. It's wintertime here in New Zealand-and the coldest in 50 years, so it's not fun, but the sewing room is. I'm a summer girl so can't wait for it to warm up again.

Irina said...

I had a great summer and did a lot of fun stuff with my family and friends. I revamped my crafting room. I will make 16 Twisted Blossom blocks.

Sue said...

Poolside fun is on tap for summer here in NY but we have to have a pool heater! I plan to make between 20 and 25. Either 4x5 blocks or 5x5 blocks for a bed size quilt. We'll see what I end up with....

Maria McTiver said...

I plan on making at least 16 blocks. I have a week long family reunion with most of my cousins, hiking, biking and canoeing.

Sherrye said...

I plan on making at least 4 blocks for a baby quilt. We'll see if I add to it!!! Huge family reunion plans and pool time with grandsons.

Kathleen RosePrairieQuilts said...

I'm shooting for sixteen blocks and loving the pattern, thank you.
Here on the farm summer is a busy time with the garden and putting up hay and what ever else nature throws at us. We usually have time away in the fall. I am hoping that family can come and visit.

Susan Arnold said...

I hoping to make nine. Just purchased some Kona bone for inside the flowers. Now to find time to get them going!

Sharlene said...

There's 16 blocks in my future - all Batiks in purple tones. 2 more camping trips this summer in our new trailer in between out of town soccer tournaments.

Belva said...

I'm shooting for 9 blocks when I get home from our trip to Iceland. We just went diving in 35 degree water!

Terri said...

I hope to make 9 blocks too. I've taken one quick trip to the Pacific Northwest this Summer, but I'm still looking forward to a quilting retreat with girlfriends at the end of August followed by Longarm Schoolhouse in Louisville Kentucky!! Can't wait!

Lydia Baker said...

We are headed to New Brunswick at the end of July! Of course, while travelling down, I want to visit as many quilt shops as I can!! I plan on making all of the blocks on the quilt a long!! I am just waiting on the ruler and pattern that I ordered from your website to come to me by post!!! So excited to start!!

Linda said...

Hi living here in Montana,we will enjoy time in the Rockies !
Want to do all 16 blocks !
Thanks for a neat giveaway !
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Or said...

I live north of you @ beautiful Lake Powell!! I hope to do all 16 blocks...its too hot to be outside.

kathleen said...

Fun with flowers and my grandson! 4 blocks for a crib quilt;)

Lennea Heymer said...

I plan on making 4 blocks for a wall hanging in our guest room. We're planning on a road trip to Glacier National Park. LOVE road trips.

Needled Mom said...

One of our summer plans always includes a family fishing trip.

I am planning on making my first blocks this weekend.

Tanja said...

Hi! My intention is to make enough blocks for a twin or lap quilt. I have some of my pieces cut out for the first block and am hoping to get back to it soon! :-). House projects are my fun this summer....side effect of spending the last year building....good news is that I have a sewing area set up and I have put the sewing machine already into action! (Big grin here..happy to be back quilting again!!). Have a wonderful weekend! Thank you for hosting this fun QAL!!

Anonymous said...

I do not do big things so I plan on making 4 blocks for a wall hanging ....thank you ...martamanole@yahoo.com.....marta

oh, just came back from a rafting trip over the 4-th of july ...

Leah Nebergall said...

I have the fabric cut out for 16 blocks so I guess I better make that many. I plan on trying to have as much fun as I can with my kids this summer.

Laura said...

Umm I think I'll make 9... that's a good size square quilt! Love the Amy - pick me please!!!

Anonymous said...

I am planning 12 blocks 3x4 but would like to make 4x5. I am almost finished getting my new sewing room set up (3rd bedroom). Boy the get smaller when you start adding the fabric stash. Tricia Swenson. Triciasw@all.com

linda diane said...

I will make 25 blocks as I know my son wants a large quilt to cover his white sofa. He love the bright colors and feel of the Westminster Fabrics. As for another summer activity, I have gotten very involved at our senior center with different exercise classes, such as; Zumba, Balance, and TNT. I have more spare time in the summer and can make classes almost everyday.

Lindsay Rodems said...

I am hoping to make 4, but I'm not an underachiever, I swear! I have been enjoying my garden this summer. Flowers and veggies.

Linda Nelson said...

Today is my birthday and I plan on going boating. May only get 1 block made.


lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

Vicki in MN said...

We are doing some camping here and there, not sure how many of the blocks I will get done as I have not started yet :-(

linynp said...

Spending time with my girls is great! Started with 4 blocks and take it from there.
Maybe see if I can sneak in a road trip for the day

jrrescuepa said...

I plan to make at least 16 blocks. My favorite summer activity is going to dogs shows.

Donna W said...

Driving around in our 1960 MGA which my husband restored. Oh, it is beautiful and fun! And, today we are leaving for a Bible conference in the Chicagoland area. Looking forward to that. Not sure on how many blocks. We will have to see.

Bonnie58 said...

Family reunions are on the agenda this summer. In between, I'm hoping to make a table topper out of the blocks. Thanks for sharing

Lou said...

I hope to get a table runner finished this summer:) I pretty much hang out with my hubby and friends in between my quilting business:)

Carol Kuse said...

I would love to finish the whole quilt, but it won't happen. My daughter-in-law's "Welcome to the Family" Christmas quilt comes first. My summer project. Your quilt is in the planning stage.

barbara woods said...

just being healthy

PegP said...

I am planning on 16 as of this moment but we'll see where we end up. At the cottage right now and planning to go for a swim; we will spend most of our weekends here.

PegP said...

I am planning on 16 as of this moment but we'll see where we end up. At the cottage right now and planning to go for a swim; we will spend most of our weekends here.

Sharon - IN said...

I'd like to make a toddler size quilt. How many blocks that will be is yet to be determined. And for fun - going on vacation with my hubs to visit my sister and BIL in Hawaii!

Cori said...

I will be camping, kayaking and hiking in the mountains. I just received my ruler and I will be doing a scrappy 16 block quilt.

Kathy Whetstine said...

We are going in our motor home down the Washington coast and staying at state parks on different beaches for 5 weeks! Boo, our old English Sheepdog of course is going as well. Going to fish ans hopefully crab!! I hope to make enough blocks for a throw or twin size, but, I have to get the curved ruler!!

Mama Pea said...

My big fun in the summer is my quilt retreat with friends at Gruber's! I plan to make 16 blocks. Off to work on one now!

Quilt Crazy said...

I'm making Sixtten Blocks and setting them on point. And my summer fun is going over to the Central Coast in California to get some cool weather!

Diane Koenig said...

In the summer I enjoy eating and barbecue outside on the deck and just enjoying the warm outside air. I would like to make 15 blocks using scraps.

Jeannie Gan said...

I may make 9 blocks. Lovely giveaway!
jchiagan at yahoo dot com

GranChris said...

I am deep into canning. I hope I will get 9 blocks made but it will be awhile.

LindaB said...

Hi .... I am thinking maybe 9 blocks ... it is winter down here in Aussie land and today has been the coldest day so far. Good day to sit in front of fire binding a quilt. Lovely give away. lindabatz@gmail.com

Terri Faust said...

I would like to make at least 4 blocks. We are having a summer staycation right now, planning on going to the Pittsburgh Zoo tomorrow for some fun. Maybe I can get some extra sewing in, too!!

FlourishingPalms said...

Summer fun is just livin'! Enjoying the heat, going places in our golf cart, and spending time in my wonderful sewing room, domestic machine quilting. I'm sorry to say I'm not participating in the QAL. Love the QCR though, and have made several of your quilt patterns. Thanks for the chance to win!

Shirley Merrill said...

My plans are to make 16 scrappy blocks. for me summer fun is spending time with friends quilting. Taking a morning walk and being inspired by my surroundings.