Sunday, December 9, 2012

Blog Hop Party - Giveaway Day

11 Fun Black and White Fat Quarters
Today we are participating in the Blog Hop Party With Give-Aways. Sponsored by Quilting Gallery we participated in the last one and had such fun I had to do it again.

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

We are giving away 11 fun black and white fat quarter prints. These fat quarters are from various designers. All are quilt shop quality fabric.  Half are from our stash and the other half were bought for this giveaway.

Here is a better look to see what they are.


To enter, I want some help setting a new goal for Richard And Tanya quilts.  I am new to quilting (Me speaking of Richard) and Tanya is even newer then me.  I made my first test quilt and finished it on Christmas Eve last year.  My first full size (baby quilt). Yes I have a few issues with making big quilts (I have made over 50+ baby or lap quilts).  But I have made up for the lack of size in the quantity I have made.


This is a collage of just a few (21) of our quilts that we have made this last year.  My goals for this year (2012) was to make 52 Quilts in the 52 weeks of the year.  I am proud to say that I have exceeded that number.  You can see some above and more can be found on my Quilt Finishes Page. Though most of Decembers have not yet been added.

So to enter you have a few options.
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1) Leave a comment listing a suggestion for a goal for quilting in 2013.
2) (Bonus Entry) If you follow Richard and Tanya Quilts, tell me how you follow.
3) (Bonus Entry) If you like my quilts find your favorite on my complete page and tell me the quilts name.
4) (Bonus Entry) Tell some one about our giveaway. (I don't care how just spread the word.  You can knock on the next door neighbors door if you like.)  You don't need to tell me how you told some one, but you can if you want to make me laugh.

So please leave a separate comment for each entry.  Open to all any where in the world.  We are willing to ship internationally.  Contest closes Sunday Night, December 16th meaning any comments made before Monday when I will draw the winners name.  My son Jared (he is 8) will help come up with some clever way to pick it in a random way.

So 4 possible entries.  Here at Richard and Tanya quilts I answer every email personally.  I enjoy to communicate with my users.  I hope you enjoy that and enjoy following my blog.  You can find below some of what you might find in a blog post here.  Enjoy your day and I hope that after you enter the many giveaways that you will come check us out and see what we are all about.


Jared  is in Christmas stress mode, I do not think it will come fast enough for him.  I have been trying to keep him busy and off the computer.  So today he made me a Flying machine and I told him I would show it off for him so here it is.


I know your saying why is he still talking?  You want to get to entering the drawing.  The last few days this is what Tanya and I have been working on they are 12 day calendars you can read yesterdays post to get the link to the tutorial we are using to make them and learn a little more about them.  We plan to make 40 of them before Christmas and I only have 4 made and basted sounds easy right only 36 to go?

Now go enter the drawing already. 

Winner is Sandra I will send her a email!  Congrats


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quiltmom said...

I am not sure if I need to enter here or in another spot but I will give it a go here..
I follow you on facebook. It is fun seeing newer quilters develop their passion about quilting.
Thanks for participating in the blog giveaway. I am sure you are going to meet lots of great quilters.
Regards from Western Canada,
Anna

Crickets Corner said...

I don't know how you could top 52 in 52. The only thing you might try is upcycling fabric into quilts. I just started shopping Goodwill for 100% cotton clothes that I can cut up and use in quilts. It's kind of fun to see what I can use in a quilt.

Crickets Corner said...

I am a follower via GFC.

Crickets Corner said...

I'm having a hard time deciding between Soldier Star and Flight of the Dragonfly. They are both really pretty.

quiltmom said...

I think that 52 is an amazing accomplishment. Perhaps you want to try 10 new patterns that are more complex than what you have already tried.. or a different technique- paper piecing, applique, trapunto, reverse applique, curved piecing just to name a few.. There are many more..
The thing about quilting is there are so many choices to make and lots of different things to explore and challenge one. Enjoy..
Regards, Anna

Crickets Corner said...

I have a friend who owns the LQS and just sent her an email telling her about the giveaway and your blog and asked her to share it at the shop tomorrow. I'll be stopping by the shop tomorrow so will remind her and tell any of the customers who happen to be there. She's kind of used to me going in the shop and helping her customers while I'm there.

quiltmom said...

I will share your link on my facebook page- my other quilty friends will love your black and white fabrics too. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.
Regards,
Anna

gccmom said...

Wow! What an accomplishment. I can't think of a new goal, maybe a quilt each week in a different pattern each week. or maybe go for 52 larger quilts. Your rag quilts inspired me to make one for my daughter. It's 72x60. She wanted a really large throw. Thanks for your good instructions.

gccmom said...

I follow via GFC and Google Reader.

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

I think you should try a queen sized quilt!

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

I follow you via GFC.

gccmom said...

I like Tanya's pinwheels....love the colors.

quiltmom said...

I also follow you by email subscription that way for sure I won't miss your posts..
Regards,
Anna

Tracey @ The Peony Teacup said...

I think 52 in 52 is amazing! So perhaps if you need a new challenge for 2013, it should be to make 25-50% of those quilts bigger than baby sized. Nothing crazy like king sized.. just single bed/twin sized? or even throw sized? Or try out some more complex designs.. challenge yourself to try blocks that you find intimidating, and conquer them!

Tracey @ The Peony Teacup said...

I'm also a follower :)

Laura said...

I enjoy hearing about the decisions people make as they select fabric and designs.

Laura said...

I follow you on GFC.

Laura said...

I think Mom's Quilt is my favorite. You are certainly prolific!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I had a year of small quilts - so I have no problem that you had a year of fun with small. For 2013 - rather than setting a quantity, how about learning a new technique or two for the year - or a color challenge. Maybe make it an object to enter into your first quilt show. Spread your wings and grow.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I follow with Google Friends

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Your modern dresden was my favorite.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Richard....I don't know how the 2 of you could outdo this year's goal!! you two are wonderful..thanks for the giveaway...I love black and white.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I like Tanyas Pinwheel quilt.

Lisa Cox said...

I follow via Google +

The Thompsons said...

I love the lego plane! We have lego fun at our house as well. Maybe a goal to make some more bigger quilts, since you mostly do baby and lap quilts?

The Thompsons said...

I follow ya :)

LethargicLass said...

I have to laugh because I am always exhausted reading about your finishes LOL... I would like to see some more bigger quilts and also some more variety. You complete many of the same style but maybe if you change it up it will slow you down and I can catch up LOL!

LethargicLass said...

I follow through email subscription

Lisa Cox said...

I think my favorite of all your finishes is Zig Zag Now I'm Mad.

LethargicLass said...

my favourite is Plus Plus, mostly because I really really want to make one myself

Lisa Cox said...

Wow, when do you find the time to finish all those?!!!
Hmmm, maybe you should shoot for 200 in 2013?

LethargicLass said...

I whispered about your giveaway to my cat, who told the stray cat outside who told my upstairs neightbours who shouted it out her window :)

Little Ella Lu said...

12 quilts that represent the holidays and weather of each month (one quilt per month). Though after reading that you did more than a quilt a week, this would be a cake walk.

Little Ella Lu said...

I really like "Mom's Quilt".

Gene Black said...

I think you should try to make 50 quilts in 2013, but at least 3 of them should be LARGE. (and by setting it lower - to just 50- you have two extra weeks to work on the larger ones!

MoeWest said...

Quilting goals for 2013: You could make a quilt for each bed in your house; you could quilt something (table runner, placemats, wall hanging) for each holiday; you could try a new-to-you pattern every month.

Barb N said...

I would throw out the challenge to try something out of your comfort zone and set that as your goal. You've done the quantity thing; now branch out!

Barb N said...

I follow your blog on GFC and I get your emails - thanks!

Teresa in Music City said...

I'm simply in awe of your finishes! How can you top that? Perhaps you could set a goal to make a certain number of quilts for a favorite charity? Or maybe choose 12 different techniques or tools that you want to learn how to do and set a goal to master one each month? Whatever you do, I know you will have fun doing it!

LynCC said...

Oooh - I think your goal should be to make a quilt for you guys's bed for each season. :D

Teresa in Music City said...

I am a follower by GFC!

LynCC said...

And I follow you guys by email and through the friday finish link

Teresa in Music City said...

My favorite quilt is Mom's Quilt - the multicolored one :)

bohemiannie! art said...

Great give-away. Since my son is deployed to Afghanistan, you could possibly adopt a soldier and make a quilt for him or her. :)

Teresa in Music City said...

I plan to share your giveaway with my guild members!

Marjorie Nath said...

Goal for 2013: Make 10 quilts twin size or larger.

thelady(at)hotmail.com

Deb C said...

You've done a lot in a year! How about focusing on one thing that you feel has been a challenge for you? You mentioned large quilts, but maybe there is a technique you'd like to work on, like dyeing your own fabric or adding embellishments.

Deb C said...
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Marjorie Nath said...

Follow you via email and google.

thelady(at)hotmail.com

Deb C said...

I follow you by email/Google+.

desertskyquilts said...

40? You really know how to stress yourself, Richard! If I were doing it, I might have the goal of 40 for NEXT Christmas! I think you should have a goal of 1 full-size quilt per month. That means double or queen, not twin nor smaller! And 11 must be pieced and one appliqued. =) And heck, let's toss in quilting one by hand!

Marjorie Nath said...

My favorite quilt on your site right now is the Bright Orange and Yellow Patchwork Lap Quilt 40 X 49 inches because it is bright.

thelady(at)hotmail.com

desertskyquilts said...

I follow by e-mail. I love Jared's lego plane. Legos are the best toy ever invented. I'm so tempted to buy some for myself and pretend they are for children my friends bring to visit. =)

Abbigail said...

How about making a twin size quilt as a goal? From there you can go bigger!
hulseybg at gmail dot com

Marjorie Nath said...

I shared your giveaway on my facebook wall.

thelady(at)hotmail.com

Deb C said...

Zig Zag Now I'm Mad and Granny's Gone Wild are my favorites.

Barb N said...

I really like the zig zag quilt, although it was a tough decision - you have a ton of quilts to choose from -awesome!

Abbigail said...

I'm a follower!
hulseybg at gmail dot com

Barb N said...

I told my puppy dog about your give-away, because she is quite restless tonight. She just looked at me :(

Skooks said...

This is only my 2nd visit to your blog, so I don't know what you did with all the quilt finishes you had so far. My idea may or may not be a good one because of that. But I'm thinking it might be a good goal to make a certain number of your choosing per month for a charity . . . either the same one or a different one each month. In addition to being helpful for the charity by making some quilts for them, I'm sure the added exposure on your blog will help draw attention to the various charities and will inspire others to give. Just a thought.

Andra Gayle said...

Richard, you need to step out of the box and make a big quilt for your bed!

Texas JennyWren said...

wow!! 52 quilts this year is amazing!! Is that with you hand quilting or machine quilting them?

How about setting a goal for a certain number of NEW patterns to try this year?

Texas JennyWren said...

I am a follower through google.

Mary Ann said...

Your goal should push you out of your comfort zone. Maybe work up in size this year, a baby quilt then a lap quilt, then twin... See how far you can go.

JustPam said...

I think one way to grow as a quilter is not necessarily quantity but variety. Learn new techniques. One way that I really like doing that is Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilts. (she is in the middle of one right now.) These have stretched me as a quilter.

JustPam said...

I follow thru GFC

JustPam said...

I like your soldier's star quilt a lot!

Mary Ann said...

I follow on google reader.

JustPam said...

I shared your giveaway.

MoeWest said...

I follow with GFC.
Jared, your flying machine is awesome! My grandson loves Legos too.

Texas JennyWren said...

I LOVE the John Deere quilt you completed. My son collects John Deere memorabilia. He also has a John Deere yard tractor.

Mary Ann said...

The granny squares quilt is my favorite.

Debora K said...

Perhaps you could pick one unusual theme for each month - maybe quilts suggestive of other countries or cultures.

Debora K said...

I also follow you on Google+

Mary Ann said...

Shared your giveaway!

Hilachas said...

Goal for 2013? Make a large quilt. Double or queen would be a nice size. Thanks for the opportunity to win your generous giveaway.

Hilachas said...

I'm a google friend connect follower. . Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

desertskyquilts said...

I e-mailed eight of my best quilting buddies and gave them the link to your giveaway!

MoeWest said...

I like your Fire in the Sky quilt. The colours are great!

sandyandcosmo said...

I would say find a pattern you really love and make a full size quilt, no time constraints, just finish it within the year.

sandyandcosmo said...

I follow through GFC.

desertskyquilts said...

Darn, looks like someone else posting knocked off my comment about my favorite of your quilts. I listed about 6, but I think I'm going with either one of the dragonfly ones.

MoeWest said...

I tweeted. https://twitter.com/MoeWest/status/277947587892494336

Michelle Frame said...

Maybe you could make some quilts for military families.
mframe00@gmail.com

sandyandcosmo said...

My favorite is Fire in the Sky. Love the colors.

Jenniffier Kramer said...

Goal - Well one big quilt of course. You said you hadn't tried it yet so I think you should. Also try something that pushes your current skill level.

Jenniffier Kramer said...

I follow GFC google + I get emails from you. :)

Michelle Frame said...

GFC blog follower- mframe00
mframe00@gmail.com

sandyandcosmo said...

I screamed at the cats stalking my bird feeder that you are having a giveaway, now get out of my yard and go enter it!

Jenniffier Kramer said...

My favorites are between bee 2 and plus plus.

Fiesta said...

quilting goal for 2013, is to finish the 2 ufo's I have.
Thank you for the chance. I too am having a giveaway.

Fiesta said...

I follow thru blogger

P. said...

Congratulations on exceeding your 2012 goal of 52 quilts! For 2013, I echo the others' suggestions to try a new technique and focus on learning something(s) new over a specific quantity of quilts. Maybe one new block a week, or one new technique a month.

P. said...

I follow you through Blogger.

charlotte said...

How about if you find a technique that is more challenging and try it. You could set a goal of one quilt per month with this new technique. Make it a larger quilt to challenge yourself to do it. Those are the best ways to push yourself to grow as a quilter.

charlotte said...

I follow you through GFC and email.

Needled Mom said...

You guys are so prolific in your quilting. Maybe you could do a color challenge each month - reds in January and so on.

Needled Mom said...

I love the B&W fabrics. I am a follower.

Jean said...

Try out a technique you haven't tried yet. It will help you expand your quilting horizons. I love trying new techniques and tools.
Thanks for the chance at winning. I just finished a black and white quilt so my stash is depleted!

giddy99 said...

I tweeted! https://twitter.com/giddy99/status/277963486586343425

giddy99 said...

I follow via GFC, Google Reader and email!

giddy99 said...

A couple of possible goals would be: a hand-tied quilt (that's one of mine for 2013), and curves (I MIGHT try one next year).

giddy99 said...

I really like the Flower Patchwork (the one that uses Moda's Twirl)!

Anita said...

Well, one goal I had for 2012 was to learn to Paper piece. I don't know if you know how to do that, but maybe you'd want to try that in 2013. =) Thanks for a chance to win that lovely bundle.

Anita said...

Following your blog.

Anita said...

I love this quilt!
http://richardquilts.blogspot.com/2012/10/men-quilt-too.html

Actually, you've made a lot of nice ones.

Anita said...

I"m going to tell my flickr group about your giveaway! =) Thank you again.

Emily C said...

How about increasing the difficulty level of the quilt? Try some new techniques? or crazy quilting?

Emily C said...

I follow via email.

Emily C said...

I love the baby pinwheels quit

Ruth said...

Maybe your goal should be to make some larger quilts. Don't worry about quantity. When I started quilting, I make some small quilts and hand quilted, then I moved up to twin size, then full size, queen size, and king size. I machine quilt them now, but I did hand quilt a queen size quilt. Just a suggestion to either make bigger quilts or to hand quilt some quilts.

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Seguidora GFC e E-mail.Obrigada por abrir internacional,sou Brasil.Obrigada.



tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Amira@littlemushroomcap said...

I love the way you make your goals for this year and what a great accomplishment.. I would never dare to do such big goals as I know my limitation.. I would like to suggest maybe you could aim to learn new things and a project on it each month of next year. Like first month: epp and a finished product. 2nd month : free motion quilting and a finished product etc.. I am looking forward to follow your attempts and goal!

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Diga a Jared que sua máquina é a mais linda do mundo.Estes tecidos foram escolhidos com o coração,são linnndos.
Eu quero.

Obrigada.


tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Amira@littlemushroomcap said...

I love Soldier Star. I am looking forward to make one big quilt with just a star on it.. Lone star is my target.

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Suas colchas eu adoro e até já copiei algumas para meus netos(que vergonha).Mas a que eu fico encantada e nunca fiz foi Cartões Vovô é apaixonante.
Obrigada.


tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Heather said...

My goal is to complete small wall quilts for each month.

Heather said...

I <3 your Granny's Gone Wild quilt. The colors are so pretty.

Heather said...

I'm a follower.

MissEnota Minnesota said...

Hello from Minnesota! I'm a follower by email updates.

MissEnota Minnesota said...

My favorite quilt of yours is from the Beginner's Quilt-Along in 2012. I participated in the quilt along too but haven't finished my quilt yet. (Eek! WIP threatening to become a UFO!)

Anonymous said...

I love to drop in and check out what you have been up to.
You have a made a staggering number of quilts this year.
Maybe next set a number of so many to be given to charity? There are a lot of them out there and I'm sure some even close to home.
Thanks for the chance to win.
Linda (Lindasdream41@yahoo.com)

MissEnota Minnesota said...

I think for 2013 you should commit to some bed-sized quilts and alternate with some mini ones (mug rugs or doll quilts for charities.) What do you think?

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

É sem dúvida muita responsabilidade.Mas...Que tal fazer em família uma colcha de casal para R&T,de papel inglês????Todos fazendo uma pouco todos os dias,meta de trinta minutos por dia,com todos trabalhando juntos.Nos primeiros dias todos fariam a mesma coisa,mas depois cada um escolhe o que rende mais para cada um.Claro que no final todos fariam as mesmas coisa de novo.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Tricia said...

I follow you through GFC.

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Acho que posso comprar um mega-fone amanhã para anunciar o seu prêmio,mas se a vizinhança me xingar.... vou passar seu endereço de E-mail para prováveis reclamações.

tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Tricia said...

You could make a goal of a certain # of quilts to enter into a show.

Tricia said...

My favorite finish is the Plus Plus quilt.

Jo said...

A goal? My goals always have to do with making money for a family vacation from selling things. Maybe you could make a goal of doing something that would benefit a charity? Like a quilt for an orphan?

Missy Shay said...

Personally, I would keep your goal the same. You don't want to take the joy out of the quilting by being stressed over trying to finish them.
missysaprons@gmail.com

Jo said...

I follow your blog on blogger

Jo said...

I like the "Men can quilt" grey with circles quilt...

Lisa said...

Dots and Flowers is my favorite. You turned my fugly fabric into something beautiful! Love you guys! Lisa

Lisa said...

Maybe a king/queen size Quilt for your bed. One is not so intimidating! Maybe join a flicker swap where you swap a small item. One for Charity. Then 52 to sell because you both quilt for a living!

Lisa said...

I follow all kinds of ways. But google + always lets me know what is happening! Stop by and sign up for my giveaway!

Leslie can't stop quilting said...

You already know what your goal is....a larger quilt.....come on you can do it!!!

Kristi said...

I suppose a goal to set would be to make a quilt in each size since you said you sort of stick to baby quilts and lap quilts...so maybe a baby quilt, lap quilt, twin, full size, queen and if you get to feeling very adventurous King. I'm super impress with the 52 baby/lap quilts...I do get to get 5 or 6 done and that includes wall hangings. lol. Great giveaway.

Kristi said...

I am a follower

Kristi said...

your completed quilts....I am loving plus plus (keep wanting to do this one myself) or Mom's Quilt....wonderful!!

Jodi - usairdoll said...

What a neat bundle of fabrics. I have been wanting to make a black and white quilt for my sister. I am a follower via GFC and BlogLovin.

Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Ariane said...

I think your goal should be to make a bed quilt for yourself and your kids!! These could be simple or complex. But, challenge yourself to make bigger quilts. Useable, everyday bed quilts are a great place to start with bigger quilts. Even if they are not perfect, you will have a good start on learning more skills to make bigger quilts.

Ariane said...

I'm a follower!!

Jodi - usairdoll said...

WoW! It is so wonderful that you and your wife have made so many quilts! How great that you are able to share your hobby together. Since you have made so many baby size quilts I'll suggest you try making a larger quilt. After all, a larger quilt is just three or four baby quilts put together, hehe. I have one quilt that will be king size when I'm done. I'm hoping next year to finish it.

Thanks again for a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Jodi - usairdoll said...

The pictures of your finished quilts are amazing! You guys do beautiful work. I really love your Halloween quilt. One of these days I want to do a big applique Halloween quilt. I have the pattern and kits so I'm halfway there, hehe. Love the Lego airplane your son made! I worked for the airlines so planes are special for me.

Thanks again for a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Jodi - usairdoll said...

I tweeted ... https://twitter.com/usairdoll/status/277997441259810817

and shared on my FB. I used your share buttons below.

Thanks again for a chance to win some awesome fabrics.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Bossymamma said...

I've shared on Facebook

Bossymamma said...

I follow you via GFC

Bossymamma said...

Quilting goal for 2013 - make one single bed sized quilt per month

Bossymamma said...

My favourite is Granny Squared

supersara20 said...

Well, you said it, I'd like to see you make a large quilt. Make one for your own bedroom, it gives motivation to make it fit your bed!

Lisa said...

Small quilts are a great way to practice - make a goal to make a big quilt now!

Judi said...

Wow what an amazing accomplishment! I'm not sure what to suggest for a new goal... maybe bigger quilts or something more complex?

Judi said...

I really like your Plus Plus quilt. I've got that pattern on my to do list :)

Judi said...

I follow you through GFC

Judi said...

I shared your giveaway

Anita said...

I follow your blog.

Anita said...

Goal for 2013: Make at least 4 bed-sized quilts!
I know you guys can make it. I have just basted my sons twin-sized quilt, it is the biggest I have made so far, and it is 70" x 90". I have only been qulting for approx. one year, too!

Anita said...

Plus quilts are fun, I have made one table runner with that design.

Janine said...

My fave quilt from your complete page is Twirl Magic - difficult choice though!

Janine said...

I think some bigger quilts might be a good challenge for 2013 :)

Janine said...

I'm a follower :)

Janine said...

I've told my husband and tried to persuade him to help me baste a quilt but not much luck! Will blog about it instead :)

Janet said...

I think you should each pick a difficult technique that you would like to master this year. Paper piecing, cathedral windows, Y seams, a kaleidoscope quilt - some ideas.

Janet said...

I follow via GFC.

Janet said...

You've made lots of great quilts this year but I think my favourite is Zigzag Now I'm Mad.

Julie said...

Love the "Monsters on the Loose" quilt.

Julie said...

I am a follower. Great giveaway, thanks.

Rosa said...

I`m a follower by email.Awesome giveaway.Thanks for the chance!

Rosa said...

Quilting goals for 2013 make more Dear Jane Blocks and quilting some of my top.

Rosa said...

There are many favorite but I pick Granny squared!

Wendy said...

Wow, what a lot of quilts!

I think you should challenge yourself to make a quilt each month with a new technique - curved piecing, needle-turn appliqué, hand quilting etc.

Sarah said...

I follow through google!

Sarah said...

I love your plus plus quilt the colors are wonderful:)

Sarah said...

I am spreading the word to my friends.

Liz DandeliondD said...

As a goal for next year, maybe you should try one huge quilt.

Liz DandeliondD said...

I follow via GR

Liz DandeliondD said...

I told my friend to enter your giveaway too.

JoyceLM said...

First of all I'm amazed at the number of quilts you finished this year. Congratulations! One goal you might set for yourself (selves) is to learn a new technique each month & try it out on a quilt: set-in seams, foundation paper piecing, applique, etc. I'm being more cautious in my 2013 goals: quilt some more of my stack of tops & try out applique. Thanks for the giveaway.

JoyceLM said...

I've been following by email. Thanks.

JoyceLM said...

I love your Plus Plus quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

Myself said...

I want to finish the huge double bed cover I have started... It is sooo big and I have oo little time :) Thanks for the great givaway...

Myself said...

I'm your loyal follower by GFC :)

Myself said...

I just love the Mom's quilt! It's my favorite...

Myself said...

Since I have no one in my family that shares my hobby and I wanted to spread the word- I have tweeted about the givaway: https://twitter.com/Myself19771/status/278102639584108544

cpup40 said...

A suggestion for quilting is maybe make some more tutorials for 2013.

cpup40 said...

I follow your blog by email.

cpup40 said...

I love your "Granny Squared" Quilt.

cpup40 said...

I posted about this giveaway on facebook.

Deborah said...

Maybe you should aim for a rest in 2013! Love your quilts

marth225 said...

my goal is to finish at least one UFO every month

marth225 said...

I am a follower

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

Love all the blacks and whites FQs. A very nice collection. thanks for a chance to win.

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

I'm a follower through Google, both Blogger and Plus

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

I think you set a goal of making at least one large quilt.....a bed size quilt for yours and Tanya's bed....thanks for a chance to win

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

I like the quilt you made for the Dresden challenge....sort of a snake-looking quilt. beautiful! Thanks for another chance to win.

beaquilter said...

cute giveaway! count me in :-)

Joy said...

I like your colour choices for Deer Valley. Thanks for the giveaway.

Joy said...

A great goal for 2013 would be to learn a new technique every month and display it in a quilt.

Joy said...

I follow your blog by email notices.

Natasha said...

Quilts I like so far
Mom's Quilt
Men Quilt Too
Soldier Star

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