Quilter’s Blog Hop Party – Happy Anniversary!

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

So today is the anniverseray of the Quilting Gallery. I’ve long been listed there. Are you?

To commemorate their happy day I’m doing a little giveaway. To be entered to win, just leave a comment telling me something you’d like to hear about in an upcoming episode of the podcast. All are welcome!

Up for grabs: a 1/2 a yard of an Amy Butler Love home dec print, and copies of the Summer and Fall 2012 Generation Q magazine (in the spirit of recycling).

Be sure to check out all the giveaways here!

The giveaway is officially closed. Watch for the winner to be posted this week!

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63 Responses to Quilter’s Blog Hop Party – Happy Anniversary!

  1. bonnie says:

    I would like to hear about others sewing mistakes and how you would fix them

  2. More about teaching children to sew my youngest is 7 and wants to learn!

  3. Karyn Ashley Smith says:

    I’d love to hear more on how to adjust your quilting mid-stream when you realize the pattern you are working on doesn’t work with your fabrics 😀 Would love to check out that magazine…I heard about one recently and am now very curious.

  4. vicki says:

    Tutorials and how to fix mistakes. thanks. I follow via GFC and email. vickise@gmail.com

  5. Kathryn says:

    How about: Product testing and side by side comparisons (different threads, different solids, different quilting magazines, etc etc).

  6. Jacklynn A Grimm says:

    I would like to hear about different techniques, like doing curved seams and paper piecing. Thanks for the give away!

  7. Margaret Schindler says:

    I would love to design blocks

  8. Thanks for the giveaway

  9. Susie says:

    I would like to hear about making hexagons

    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  10. Karrie Smith says:

    I’m sorry. I don’t listen to podcasts. But thanks for the chance to win 😉

  11. Carly says:

    Thanks for the chance! I love the idea about teaching kids to sew. My daughter is 5 and very interested. :)

  12. Jane says:

    I don’t know how interesting it would be as a podcast, but I would love to know how you (and other quilters) stay focused on one project and finish it with too much distraction. It seems to me that so many bloogers and podcasters are able to get so much accomplished, and many of them have full-time jobs as well as kids at home. Where do they find the time?
    I start a quilt, but I get “quilters-block” (similiar to writers-block) and I need to work on something different to get my juices flowing again. Hence, the large pile of UFO’s.

  13. I would like to hear more about hand piecing and quilting. I have wanted to try it since reading a quilty novel where the gal started out learning to hand piece first, but I haven’t been able to find much on how to do it. I have done a little hand quilting and am not very good or maybe I am just not patient enough. :) I am always in a hurry to finish.
    I am also going to be Nosy Nellie and ask how you met your husband. (Of course I won’t be offended if that is too private.)
    And last, what are your top 3 favorite projects that you have made and why are they favorites.

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