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four august giveaways!

four august giveaways!

This month’s giveaway features fat quarters from Marcus Fabrics Wool Collection and spools of Lana Wool threads from Aurifil. There are four August giveaways—each valued at $112.

The luscious squares of wool are perfect for applique. And they’re ready for felting. Or use them just the way they are for any creative project.

Bright colors, paired with jet black, combine to inspire new ideas and new directions in your quilting.

Add five spools of 12 wt Lana Wool thread (54 yards each) for even more fun. You can use this thread, available in 192 colors, for hand or machine stitching. Think needlework—applique, cross stitch, or embroidery—using one or two strands at a time. Or move to a machine for adding texture and depth to your quilting.

THIS GIVEWAY IS CLOSED. The winners are Valerie G of Anacortes WA, Tina O of Baldwin NY, Reba S of Martinez CA, and Danielle S of Salt Lake City UT.

To participate in the August giveaway, answer this question in the Comment Box below: How have you used wool in your quilting projects to date?

HOW THIS GIVEAWAY WORKS: The August 2017 giveaway drawing will be held at midnight PST on August 31, 2017. Okan Arts Giveaways are open to US residents (sorry to my Canadian and international friends), 18 and older, void where prohibited. One entry per person. Four lucky winners will be chosen with a random number drawing for the Wool FQ Bundle and Lana Wool Threads. The winners will be notified within 24 hours. Each winner must respond within one week of notification or her/his giveaway will be forfeited. A list of Okan Arts giveaway winners can be obtained at any time from Okan Arts. Thanks for participating!

To visit the Marcus Fabrics website and see all 41 colors in the Wool Collection +click here

To visit the Aurifil website and learn more about Lana Wool threads +click here

Thank you Marcus Fabrics for the donation of the FQ bundles and Aurifil for the donation of the threads!

This is an unsponsored giveaway with no compensation given to Okan Arts.

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342 comments to “four august giveaways!”

  1. Linda Fleming says:

    I’ve yet to use wool in my quilting projects!
    What a wonderful selection of fabric and threads in this giveaway!
    Marcus has a beautiful wool project on their site!

  2. Tesi Vaara says:

    Currently working on a Sue Spargo appliqued bird quilt. Still gathering wool pieces for it. This would be a wonderful addition to my stash!

  3. Valerie Gleeson says:

    This would be my inspiration to start

  4. Ann Hudson says:

    I love using wool to applique onto various projects. Quilts, bags etc. The extra dimension wool adds to a project is so wonderful. I embellish quite a bit ala’ Sue Spargo style with beads and decorative threads. What a great giveaway, thanks!

  5. Pat says:

    I’ve used wool to make a bag, but never used it in a quilt.

  6. Trudi Rammelkamp says:

    I have never used wool in quilting but would like to try it.

  7. Alice Ronne says:

    Haven’t used wool in my quilting projects but have used it as embellishment-type shapes for bags. Great giveaway!

  8. Janie says:

    I love wool applique. It doesn’t fray. Beautiful colors.

  9. Janet Wright says:

    I have used wool in appliqué. Love the depth of color.

  10. Sheryl Allen says:

    I love working with wool. I would make wall hangings.

  11. Rachael says:

    I have only used wool in a couple crazy quilt blocks, both as fabric in the block as well as embellishment. I have yet to use it in traditional piecing though.

  12. Nicole Kaplan says:

    I have never used wool in my quilting, just with stuffed animals. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. Sheila says:

    I’ve yet to use wool in my projects, but the colors are gorgeous; color me intrigued by the possibilities to add even more texture and interest to textile projects moving forward!

  14. Maryanne Dochter says:

    I do a lot of work similar to sue spargo. Also I add pieces of wool to cotton projects for depth.

  15. Ardis Bucy says:

    I love wool appliqué projects. I have made large and small wall hangings, bags, totes, pouches for sewing notions, needle cases, pin cushions. Sue Spargo has been my inspiration and source of information. I have taught a class to 25 quilters. Great fun. Try it! This is a fabulous opportunity of wonderful products. Thanks.

  16. Shari K. says:

    I have not tried wool yet, but would like to.

  17. Karen says:

    OH… what delicious colors of wool! I have used wool pieces in quilting projects but never used the wool thread. Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. Debbie Miller says:

    I have used wool mixed with cottons for applique quilt blocks and woolen wall hangings. My biggest use of wool is for pincushions-I am currently obsessed! I have made wool appliqued designs along with many tomatoes, strawberries and other fruits and veggies. These are gorgeous colors!

  19. Gail says:

    Yes, I’ve appliqued wool shapes on a cotton background for a current project, Prairie Flowers, by Jo Morton, and I recently took a class in Sisters, Oregon, from Sue Spargo, in which I’m learning “fancy” stitches on wool circles appliqued to a wool background.

  20. JoAnn Borges says:

    I have used wool in ….wool on wool appliqué quilts, wool on cotton, wool on flannel, wool appliqué pillows, a woool log cabin pieced quilt, 3 wool purses, wool on shaker box tops, wool hooked rugs, pincushions, sewing cases, round zippered boxes, I just can’t get enough wool. I would LOVE to make a project using your wool. Thanks for a chance.
    JoAnn B.

  21. Kristi says:

    Yes, I have. I received a wool candle mat kit as a gift and actually finished it. Once I got the wool pieces cut, the sewing was very relaxing. I also have a wool kit from Primitive Gatherings that I have tried to work on lately. This will be a long term project, I think. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  22. Bonny Broadt says:

    When I make a wall quilt that uses homespun or fabric that gives it an antique loo,k appliqueing wool “cut-outs” of flowers, leaves, pumpkins and whatever else really gives it a special touch, a real “warm feeling.”

  23. Pat in WNY says:

    I haven’t yet used wool in a project but have a beautiful rendering of a California quail that I’d love to make into a wall hanging using wool. I’ve been saving thrift store wool garments for several years in anticipation of finally having time to felt them and get started!

  24. CAROL S NELMS says:

    I have a small wool stash, but have not used any of the wool yet. Maybe if I win here I can get started! Thanks

  25. Karen Burton says:

    I have used wool in quilted/embroidered Christmas ornaments and still unfinished block of the month.

  26. Starla says:

    I love to applique with wool and currently have a “few” projects in the works. I like the color and texture wool gives to my projects.

  27. Shirley Whitcomb says:

    Working with wool is something I have been planning to do. I have already honed up on my embroidery skills and am ready to start adding texture to my creations. This bundle would be a perfect addition.

  28. Barbara Colvin says:

    I made an all wool quilt using 4″ squares cut from repurposed wool clothing about 20 years ago. Since then most of my woolie projects have been pincushions and such.

  29. knittingdancer says:

    I have not used any wool in my quilting projects. Winning this would be a great way to try wool in my quilting projects.

  30. Katrine Eagling says:

    I made a cute pincushion once!

  31. Peggy j File says:

    Wool is wonderful. The colors are so vibrant. I have done several projects with wool.

  32. Kathy Luehrs says:

    I did a wool chicken applique mini quilt for my kitchen

  33. Paulette mckenna says:

    I am working on pillows using the sue spargo folk tales pattern. Love these colors!!!!!

  34. DebrafromMD says:

    I have just started to use wool in my quilting projects.

  35. Brenda C. says:

    H have used wool applique in my quilts. I am very excited to try the new threads.

  36. Liz Dyer says:

    I just received a wool penny rug kit in today’s mail. It will be my first time sewing on wool. Looking forward to the hand work.

  37. Susie McKinney says:

    Love the bright colors!

  38. Kathy says:

    I am collecting wool to start a project this winter. This bundle would complement my meager stash.

  39. Cathy W. says:

    I have made lots of wool projects from runners to table mats, wall hangings and quilts.

  40. Karen Keeler says:

    Working on a Sue Spargo project from my Craftsy class.

  41. I have made table runners and mini quilts out of my repurposed wool.

  42. Elizabeth McDonald says:

    I have started collecting wool for a Christmas tree themed quilt. Thanks for the chance!

  43. Janna says:

    I have not used wool yet but it looks like fun.

  44. Patsy Pirnat says:

    So far to date I have made 1 penny rug mat at our guild, from a kit. Since I have been “collecting” wools for a future project.

  45. Kris Bryant says:

    I have a big stack of wool I received from my mother-in-law. I have not yet figured out what to do with the odd selection of colors but I’m thinking of a simple patchwork with some cute embroidery or sashiko.

  46. Carol Garner says:

    Currently working on Primitive Gatherings wool SBOW! A log cabin block with wool flower center appliqué. Winning one of these collections would allow me to create some of my own ideas into a project.

  47. caltexgal says:

    I love working with wool. It’s so forgiving. Right now I’m making an applique panel which will become part of a purse, thanks to a sue spargo pattern. ThanKS!

  48. Anne Goff says:

    I would love to try these wools. Never used wool in a quilt before.

  49. Laura Lane says:

    I have done quilt projects with a brushed cotton background that looks like wool and with wool appliques. The felted wool appliques are easy to do and don’t require needle turning like cottons. The projects look folky or primitive.

  50. Elizabeth Eisenhood says:

    I just took a class in botanical embroidery, using wool and wool felt. Oh the feel of these fabrics as I work! It adds a soothing aspect to the process. I’m depicting all the stages of a plant’s life cycle with this first project, but am already sketching ideas for the next.

  51. Katherine says:

    love to combine wool applique with cotton background in my quilts

  52. debby oldenburg says:

    just starting my second crazy about wool quilt. last one took five years but i really like it. would love to have these bright colors as i have been using recycled wool clothing

  53. Sharon says:

    What gorgeous wool bundles!! I’ve done some wool applique, which I love to do, but haven’t incorporated it into quilting yet. I love Sue Spargo’s work and this bundle reminds me of the colors she uses. Great inspiration!

  54. Donna says:

    I always drool over other wool projects and would very much like to begin one–thanks for the opportunity!!

  55. Clare says:

    I have used wool in small ways for leaves and flowers on small projects of needle cases and an Ipad cover for a friend. Thank you for the chance to be in this giveaway.

  56. Beth Barron says:

    Ive used wool in all kinds of projects – from pin cushions, to wool mats, to accents on quilts to full wool quilts. I love it! It is so fun and easy to stitch. It would be so much fun to have these colors to play with and I’ve never used the thread before so that would be something new to try out!

  57. Jerie Clark says:

    Have to admit that I have not tried wool. I live in Montana in the summer and Arizona in the winter so I seldom think about wool. It seems hot and scratchy. I need to win some so I can get with the times. Thanks for the chance.

  58. Betsy says:

    I have seen some many lovely projects to with wool but I have never tried it. Would love too

  59. Pat Wagle says:

    I love working with wool! Many small wall hanging projects for each month and now a large quilt with cute wool applique. Wool has such a fantastic texture to applique.

  60. Pat says:

    I enjoy working with wool, have made small quilts and wall hangings. Love these colors!

  61. Linda Ross says:

    Completed Sue Spargo’s BOM cuppa and now working on her latest. Next step my own designs. Love aurifil threads too ❤️

  62. Sheila S says:

    One of my favorite types of quilting is hand wool applique which I find very relaxing. I recently finished a quilt of wool applique on all wool. I LOVE your beautiful wool colors!

  63. Nancy Wrenn says:

    I have used wool on wall hangings. Love it! Haven’t tried the threads yet, but can’t wait to try them.

  64. Sherry Sartin says:

    I love wool applique!

  65. Deborah K. says:

    Oh I love wool – I like to use a cotton background and wool applique on top! I love these colors. So luscious.

  66. Sue Cahill says:

    I haven’t tried woo yet but I have seen some of the beautiful wool applique some of the ladies in my quilt guild have done so I would love to try it.

  67. Janet Hopewell says:

    This would be a first for me, working with wool.

  68. Eddi Baird says:

    I made a quilt from the wool of my dearest friend, Cathy’s late husband’s jackets. She still sleeps with him at night!!. Recycling? I even appliqued the labels from his trousers (which provided the sashing), a lapel pocket, and a cuff into the quilt. Her son, who is undergoing chemo at this time, has the Daddy quilt as his comfort.

  69. judystolz says:

    I’ve done a small project only – just enough to know I love it! Should finish what’s already started first, but………..

  70. Judy Perl says:

    I’ve used wool many times in my small quilt projects and I love the way it looks!

  71. Sally Murray says:

    I love working with wool. These colors are luscious!

  72. Maryjo says:

    I love using wool for Christmas Holiday quilting AND HOMEMADE ORNAMENTS AND GIFTS. Each family member receives a different item that is dated for that year.

  73. Maryjo says:

    I love making each of my children and grandchildren a special holiday memory which I date with the year it was made for them. Wool is a wonderful applique material. This would be so great to work with

  74. June says:

    I haven’t used wool yet, but there are several ladies in my groups who have been adding wool applique to their pieces, and they look so beautiful! I would like to try it out myself! Thanks for the chance.

  75. Kaye Koler says:

    I put together 12 inch blocks and machine appliquéd art nouveau designs on them in muted colors with a black wool background…… Almost done…….pretty excited to finish.

  76. EllenB says:

    I made a couple of small candle mats for Christmas last year, and have one started for Halloween that may end up as a door hanging!

  77. Janie says:

    Wool is so intriguing!! I haven’t tried it in my quilting yet, but what a fantastic idea! Love these colors!

  78. Jeanne Mayes says:

    I love adding touches of wool to my projects. It gives the quilt a personal touch.

  79. Kathy E. says:

    Yes, I have used wool and enjoyed the experience! I am looking forward to quilting with it again soon!

  80. Annette F. says:

    I have used wool to make many candle mats for gifts, a Christmas runner, and in crafts for accents. I have yet to tackle a wool quilt…..Time permitting! Thanks for the give-away.

  81. Pat Morrow says:

    Once I tried appliqué with wool, I haven’t look back. My first project was a large wall quilt full of wool houses. Since then I have used wool appliquéd flowers in several wall hangings. Your luscious colors would definitely complement my quilts.

  82. marysalmon says:

    Buttermilk Basin BOM. I love wool. My nickname since a child is “Lamb.”
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  83. Michele T says:

    Love these bright colours!! I’ve used wool for adding texture to appliqué projects and to make Christmas ornaments.

  84. Linda W says:

    I’m in the process of learning to appliqué and I’ve never used wool before. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

  85. Rina Mason says:

    I haven’t used wool in my projects yet but these beautiful colors would make me jump in and start using it.

  86. Tina Spilker Knebel says:

    I have made wool table mats, floor rugs, pillows, etc, with hand buttonhole applique. Love doing it.

  87. Pam says:

    I’ve made a wool pincushion and have have added felting to art quilts. I would love to do some wool applique and embroidery, Sue Spargo style. Thanks for your lovely blog and for this awesome giveaway.

  88. Judyk says:

    I love wool applique and have completed several projects using wool thread. There are several more projects I have lined up but have not gathered my materials yet. This giveaway would come in very handy. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  89. Pat Mineo says:

    I love to work with wool. I have made small wallhangings and Christmas ornaments with hand dyed wools purchased at quilt shows, wool gifted to me, and wool “found” in old suits. Always looking for great colors.

  90. Erika says:

    I have not used wool in quilting. Have made stuffed Halloween Witch and Pumpkin head before and loved them! These are great!

  91. soozi says:

    have not used wool in my quilting but i have a brown wool felt coat that is
    just screaming for some appliques of bright colors…looks like this would
    fill the bill!

  92. Teri says:

    I made a small applique project with wool a number of years ago. Would like to do more.

  93. Karen Hootman says:

    Haven’t used any yet but have been wanting to use it for appliqué.

  94. Sarah J says:

    I haven’t used wool yet. I have a great pile of vintage tweed and wool my neighbor hand cut into diamonds 40+ years ago that I would love to use as appliques on a quilt for her. My sister works in wool often and her results are beautiful- this bundle would make a lovely gift for her!

  95. Jill Meador says:

    Beautiful colors and I have just the project for these

  96. Donna Merrifield says:

    I have used wool in several appliqué projects especially small pieces that are too difficult to needleturn or tend to ravel. Felted wool is an awesome product to manipulate. I love it!

  97. Dot says:

    I have made several small wall quilts using “rescued” wool skirts. I do not felt the wool. I machine piece the blocks and press the seams open. They’re hand quilted with #8 perl cotton, or tacked with crowfooting.

  98. Deborah L Contreras says:

    I have been given a small wool bookmark practice piece at our latest quilt guild meeting. Was fun quick project. Maybe down the road I can incorporate some wool applique with my quilting. Love Aurifil thread, that’sounds all I use. Colors of wool are gorgeous.

  99. Joy P says:

    I’ve made a couple of table toppers with wool and a needle keep that I gave away as a gift. I’d love to do more.

  100. Mrs. Plum says:

    Using wool would be totally new for me!

  101. Karen Friedrichs says:

    I have used just a small amount in applique on a 3-D pumpkin. Wool applique is very rich looking!

  102. Geri VanVliet says:

    I am going to use wool appliqué in the center of my quilt blocks for a lovely accent.

  103. Anita Owen says:

    I did a small square once at a demo using wool. Have lately been thinking of trying it again using my Accuquilt Go to cut out the pieces for some flowers to applique. Lovely colors on the wool.

  104. Paula Lambert says:

    Just starting to add some wool applique to my projects. What a great way to build my stash!!

  105. Diane says:

    I have a couple of patterns I want to make. I would love to try your wool . Thanks for the chance to win.

  106. Tess Miller says:

    I made a couple of throws with wool felt with snowman and snowlady appliques for Christmas presents following a pattern in Leisure Arts Christmas book with all hand stitching.

  107. Janet Schayer says:

    I’ve not tried wool in my projects so far but I’m intrigued.

  108. PatriciaSmith says:

    I love working with wool. No Turned edges, no fraying.

  109. Donna Belisle says:

    I haven’t used wools yet, but have purchased a tiny few to try it as I love the looks of wool applique, especially on a black background. Better get with it, at 85, who knows how long you have.

  110. Fireside Quilter says:

    I love working with wool and it adds a beautiful texture and dimension to quilted projects. I’ve added wool to a few table runners but my wool stash is limited.

  111. Mom C says:

    I’ve used wool in wallhangings but not to the extent I’d like to. Love the texture. Thanks

  112. Debbie says:

    I have not made any sewing projects with wool, I do like the pretty colors

  113. Steffe says:

    I’ve never actually used wool on a quilt but I definitely have some great appliqué ideas!

  114. Jeannine James says:

    I would like to try wool applique. So pretty. Thanks.

  115. Lucy LaFayette says:

    I have used will in an applique quilt that I have had stitched. Love it!

  116. Deborah A. Manning says:

    I use wool for appliqués for texture and color. Love working with wool. Thank you for the chance to win this wonderful bundle.

  117. Kim D says:

    I’ve never used wool in quilting, but I’ve used wool felt in embroidery projects – thanks!

  118. Dottie Alexander says:

    I just took a wool applique class a couple of months ago and fell in love with wool!

  119. Karen Dick says:

    What a lovely give-away! I’m kind of new to wool applique ( I made a pincushion. 🙂 ) and I’m loving it! I didn’t even know about wool fat quarters. So pretty. Wool thread is making me think of several creative possibilities!

  120. Debbie Kaszycki says:

    New to using wool but excited to try and learn

  121. Maribeth says:

    I’ve done wool appliqué, but never in a quilt.

  122. Wendy Berninger says:

    I haven’t used wool in my appliqué yet but have been interested in trying it. I love the rich colors and textures and feel it would take my art quilts to a new level.

  123. Carol Eberhardt says:

    I’ve made a penny rug, and have a few wool projects started, one with Sue Spargo, started in Sisters, Oregon, at A Quilters’s Affair. I have a block of the month waiting for cold weather to give it a start. I would love some new wools and threads for that project as the wools provided aren’t varied enough. Hoping to be a winner!

  124. Lisa says:

    I’ve never used wool, but my quilting friends do, and their quilts are so beautiful!!

  125. Tina says:

    I would love to start using wool. I think this may be the inspiration! Thanks!

  126. Kitty says:

    I’ve made a few wool projects, and made a mini quilt with a wool block in the center. Would love to do a bigger quilt with wool appliqué. Thanks for the giveaway!

  127. Candy Langert says:

    I’m just starting to incorporate wool appliqué into some of my quilts. This would inspire me!

  128. Diane Mick says:

    I have not tried wool in my quilts yet, but would love a reason to go for it!

  129. Dianna says:

    Made a few wool blocks and love ❤️ them!

  130. Jill Trentacost says:

    I have not used wool in my quilting projects yet but I think using it for appliqué would be a really nice touch on my quilts.

  131. Claudine Geisel says:

    I’ve worked with wool on a couple of wall hangings but not wool thread! How exciting to try the wool thread. Love the giveaway. Thanks!

  132. Tina Ouellet says:

    I have never used wool before. Mostly because I am intimidated as to what to buy. But I would love to try appliqué 🙂

  133. Lanetta Oxford says:

    Actually I have not done anything wool but would love to try. So pick me, pick me please. Beautiful colors wool and thread.

  134. Marilyn R says:

    I have never used wool in quilting. I was tempted to be a kit when I was at a quilt show but chickened out.

  135. Chiska says:

    I’ve not ever used wool in a quilting project. I’ve needled and wet felted before, but never in quilts. I’m thinking I would like to try.

  136. Jane Luxenberg says:

    I have been excited about wool in applique and needlework for a few years. Glad to see the trend growing and materials such as these being available. Hope I am lucky.

  137. Sue K says:

    Love the wool colors and coordinating threads, beautiful. I would love to try a wool quilt.

  138. Jaleh Shafa says:

    I have not used wool yet, but would love to try!

  139. Debbie Natcher says:

    I have made a quilt using wool. It was a basic 9 in square in several colors.

  140. I bought a Pattern that calls for use of wool so will be my first time. It was a pattern to make a camper wreath. Just perfect for my RV!

  141. Susan Lee says:

    I have recently purchased some wool felt to use as the hair on dolls. This is the next project on my list to try. Hopefully I’ll have some time this weekend to cut out the patterns and get started.

  142. Bonnie Preslar says:

    I’m working on a wool BOM….kind of a long range applique project. Would love to try the wool thread!

  143. Susan Shaw says:

    I will finish a Sue Spargo wall hanging I have started.

  144. Shirley Berger says:

    I haven’t used wool a lot. I’ve made ornaments, which turned out very nice. I’ve also made wool pincushions. I have done a small amount of needle punch. Will keep my fingers crossed. Would love to win the wool. The colors are just beautiful.

  145. Kathryn Romans says:

    I recently bought some wool and plan on doing some applique work for a future quilt. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity.

  146. Susan Wietzke says:

    I have never used will in a quilting project. I have been following Sue Spargo and the Woolie Mammoth blog and am planning a swollen sampler.

  147. Momma Lisa says:

    Yes! I have made a few of the Buttermilk Basin’s Bringing Home the Tree quilt pattern and I added some wool snowflakes to Lisa Bongean’s Magic of Christmas. Would love to try the Aurifil wool thread!

  148. Sue McCullough says:

    I have made several smaller quilts using the Buttermilk Basin patterns which I love. Especially my Christmas one. Wool is so fun to work with and I end up with a truly terrific project

  149. Leslie Hahn says:

    I haven’t incorporated wool yet but what a great idea.

  150. Angie Smith says:

    I love to use wool in wall hangings and handbags!

  151. Bonnie Neuberger says:

    I have not used wool in my quilting, but have seen some really nice patterns that use wool!

  152. Carol Gruchala says:

    Love these colors

  153. Glenda McCarthy says:

    Would love to add wool work to my quilting. These look like a wonderful way to get started.

  154. Debb Hulseman says:

    I haven’t used wool but would LOVE to.

  155. Marilyn Schambach says:

    I combined wool appliqué with regular quilting fabrics in a wall hanging for a challenge in my local quilt guild.

  156. Kathleen says:

    I used wool to make flowers that were sporadically placed on a wall hanging years ago. I think it’s time to try it again,

  157. Tina Thomas-Moench says:

    I would love to try this

  158. Judy Gorrindo says:

    Can’t wait to try the combo of Aurifil’s Lana wool thread with Marcus Fabrics wools.
    So many possibilities!

  159. Candace Door says:

    I’m still gathering wool pieces, hoping to make a project someday!

  160. Donna W says:

    I have only used wool a couple of times in my quilting projects. But, it is time for me to start using it more. This bundle looks fantastic.

  161. Barbara Kampas says:

    I have not yet used wool fabric in my quilts but always enjoy considering new textures to incorporate into my projects.

  162. Kathy Kaplan says:

    I have not used wool in my quilting but look forward to trying it.

  163. Sarah C says:

    I would love to try wool again I have made a couple of candle mats in the past

  164. Judy Maggio says:

    I have used wool as an appliqué on my cotton quilt.

  165. Barb H says:

    I love using wool in appliqué. I’ve kade mats, table runners, wallhangings and am doing a quilt now.

  166. Dara Mervine says:

    A new challenge, never tried wool before. Think it would be a great fabric for a winter lap quilt.

  167. Caroline Rohrer says:

    Beautiful colors. of wool & thread.

  168. Glenda says:

    I’m a beginner quilter and I dream of making wool appliqué wall hangings to put in my living room. This selection would be a great start.

  169. Karen Munger says:

    Please enter me in the drawing for wool and wool thread!

  170. Colette L Molumby says:

    I have not used wool yet in quilting either machine or hand. I have bought several yards of wool fabric and would love to learn to use it! Wool speaks to me and the projects I have seen made with wool are what first tempted me to purchase it. I am determined to start using it soon!

  171. Pat Brich says:

    I just took my first wool applique class and I am hooked. This bundle would be a wonderful way for me to start building my stash.

  172. Tammy H. says:

    I have never used wool. I would love to give it a try with these bright colours.

  173. Jan Marshall says:

    I have never tried wool before and would love the opportunity to try it. The colors shown are awesome!

  174. Nancy D says:

    I do a lot of wool appliqué. So easy and relaxing!

  175. Cindy Long says:

    I love working with wool!! I’ve made several quilt for the grandkids using wool appliqué!! So much fun! Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome prize!!

  176. Sandy Wilcox says:

    I love wool appliqué. My collection of wools and threads runs to dark, muddy-in-an-attractive way county colors. I would love to design a new project in this lovely range of colors to stretch myself. I am eager to try the Aurifil wool thread. I use only Aurifil cotton thread for hand and machine piecing by now and I love your wonderful range of colors. I would like to try the wool thread in my felting as well.

  177. Jen Rosin says:

    I haven’t used wool in quilting yet, but I am starting to work with it in smaller projects and am looking forward to trying it with the quilting.

  178. Darlene Jacolik says:

    I’ve only completed a couple of small wool projects. I’d like to move on to a larger project and increase my proficiency.

  179. Gaila says:

    I’ve not yet used wool in a quilt. I am inspired by this concept!

  180. diane says:

    nope, never have but considered yarn, tied a baby quilt once with yarn….

  181. Vivian says:

    Wow, beautiful wools and colors! Up to now I’ve used wool in quilt projects combined with cottons and made two all wool table toppers and a (WIP) set of Xmas tree ornaments. I usually stitch the wool down by machine with the Lana thread which I love. These colors would make a great starting stash for the embroidered wool eggs on my “To Do” list!

  182. Debra Childers says:

    I have used wool in bag making, clothing and stuffed animals but haven’t yet tried it for quilt making. I would love to try it out.The colors are beautiful.

  183. Karen McMahon says:

    I do use wool in my quilting. I like to put some wool embellishments on my quilts.

  184. Linda Cejnar says:

    I have not used wool in my quilts, YET! I hope to win this giveaway and start just as soon as I can! Thank you for the opportunity.

  185. Joanne Moore says:

    Currently working on a Sue Spargo block of the month. Never thought of using wool thread in machine! Would love to try that! Would love to do more wool applique.

  186. Sharon Jesse says:

    I have been using wool with a BOM project via Buttermilk Basin.
    Love the vibrant colors!❤️

  187. Cynthia says:

    If I win I will start my first wool project.

  188. Gretta Soble says:

    I have never used wool before. This would be a great opportunity to do so. What an amazing giveaway!!

  189. Marilyn Martin says:

    I haven’t used wool in “quilting” projects yet, but have done a lot of wool applique.

  190. Robin Shilman says:

    I have not added to quilts but I do a lot of wool appliqué table runners, mats and pillows.

  191. I have not used wool yet as I’m a newbie! But I love the colors and feel of wool. My dog wants a new coat for winter and this would work out great!

  192. imjquilter says:

    Wow, no I haven’t used wool thread but would love the chance.

  193. Anna Amory says:

    I have not used any wool before but I would love to try some of these beautiful colours!

  194. Karen D Martin says:

    I’ve made lots of penny mats, ornaments, used wool for applique and also made an entire quilt from wool hexagons. I love how rich it looks and how forgiving it is!

  195. Lois Oberg says:

    I am just getting into wool applique – started with small projects and have plans to do a quilt as I get more comfortable with it.

  196. Shelly Sandy says:

    I LOVE the colors of this wool, not the typical dark, primitive color palette.

  197. Beth Hemphill says:


  198. Love using wool in small quilt decorative table items for every season.

  199. Suzanne knutson says:

    I have been working on a felted wool quilt for 3 years but it stalled because I could not find wool thread…Aurifil is what i use on my cotton quilts and now I see that I can give it a go on my wool as well… I like to use wool I have felted from sweaters, skirts and suit coats from the thrift shops.

  200. Liz Sumner says:

    What beautiful colours

  201. Pamela R says:

    I did a large wool quilt with applique a long time ago. Of late only small projects. Beautiful colors.

  202. Mara says:

    Yes I have used wool and the Aurifil wool before, I love it. In small items though, pincushions and stuffed toys.

  203. Trudy Keller says:

    I have never used wool in my quilting projects, but I would love to try it. The wool and threads are beautiful.

  204. Alice Nemec says:

    I have yet to use wool or wool thread. This would make for a great start!!

  205. JennyM says:

    I’ve used small amounts of wool for applique in two projects; a table runner and a wall hanging. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway!

  206. Sandra Morris says:

    I have used wool to create the faces for angels on a quilt I made last Christmas.

  207. Jan Manley says:

    I have not used wool fabric or wool threads in my quilting yet. I really want to try wool applique. I am also curious how well the Lana Wool will work for Crewel embroidery?
    Thank you for the chance to win and try both! Good luck everyone!

  208. K Osborne says:

    I’ve used wool in appliqué on quilts. I’d love to get a chance to check out the Marcus Fabrics Wool Collection and spools of Lana Wool threads from Aurifil.

  209. Jane herrera says:

    I am about to learn wool apuque. I joined a group that starts Monday

  210. Robin Roth says:

    Just starting out with wool! I’ve done applique pieces inside sewing notions boxes. Our shop is just starting a wool club – can’t wait!

  211. Deb W says:

    Have completed a number of wool table toppers, and a large art nouveau wool appliqué. I am now working on another original design using butterflies, birds and flowers. This project will be embellished with beads and embroidery. This is a very nice gifting of wool fabrics and threads.

  212. Perri Krom says:

    Thanks for the great contest. I use Aurafil thread every day and would love to do some wool applique.

  213. lee says:

    I love using wool! Thank you for the lovely giveaway!

  214. annalutzbrown says:

    No I haven’t but every one of my friends are pushing me to try it….lol…

  215. Sandra Presley says:

    I am anxious to try these as well as many of the Aurifil threads!

  216. Colleen says:

    Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway. I just love to Applique with wool because you don’t have to turn it under and by hand is the best because the needle just glides through the wool, no resistance.

  217. Karen H says:

    Have not used wool in quilting projects yet but have it at the top of my bucket list!!!

  218. Karen B says:

    I’ve been collecting it but have only used it in one project so far, a bee quilt. The colors are gorgeous! I’ve been told once I start with wool, I’ll quickly become addicted!

  219. Paula Coleman says:

    I have never used wool in any of my quilting or craft projects. I have seen many projects and would love to try them! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

  220. Diane Hinton says:

    I have not used wool in my quilting yet but absolutely love the look of wool and would like to learn more about how to use it and give it a try!

  221. Diane P. says:

    I have started a wool applique project and would love to use aurifil wool thread. I do not have access to this product as of now and would love to try it.

  222. Gin says:

    I love making tiny stuffies with kids with wool and would love to appliqué some of these lovely saturated colors onto my yukata quilt IP!

  223. Lisa says:

    No, I’ve not used wool in my quilting yet. I have made a few small wool items, but I’ve not quilted with it yet because I’m not educated on how to wash it! Perhaps it’s time to research that, because these are gorgeous!

  224. Sharon says:

    I’ve used wool in applique many years ago. These colors are so gorgeous, I know I would enjoy using them.

  225. Betsy Novack says:

    I love felt! I have felted wool sweaters, used wool felt in applique, needle felted into a boiled wool jacket I took apart. I’ve washed, carded and spun fleece into yarn. I learned to dye wool using natural materials. The turmeric dyed fleece that got lost in the VW I was driving at the time was still beautiful when found. My sweater collection takes up one wall of my apartment.

  226. kathy jurevicius says:

    I’ve used wool to make holiday wall hangings.

  227. Brenda says:

    I’ve made a queen/king sized quilt top (yet to be quilted) using wool remnants from the former Pendleton outlet store in Nebraska. Miss that store greatly!

  228. Pat Meinecke says:

    I’m taking a class with Michelle Dore next year (who has done every Sue Spargo quilt) and these threads and wools would be perfect!

  229. Alison Moses says:

    I love wool details for applique on quilts, especially nature details like leaves, birds, and animals. 🙂

  230. Joyce Finch says:

    What a great give-away! I have been wanting to try some wool, and just haven’t gotten around to acquiring any yet. I hope I am lucky.

  231. Mae Hanson says:

    I have not tried it yet. But i love applique with wool. I will look forward to trying.

  232. Carol Spence says:

    Love wool – it’s easy to work with and everything comes out perfect! Made a pincushion – FOR ME!!!

  233. Lynn D in NC says:

    I have used wool, both in candle mats and applique to give texture for a childs quilt.

  234. Karen A says:

    I have not used wool yet, but I have long admired the work of friends. I do enjoy hand applique so I’m sure I would like working with the wool.

  235. Katherine Morvay says:

    I have one work in progress which uses wool, and another one that I plan to make with wool flowers on a pieced background. What a wonderful giveaway!

  236. Sue H says:

    I love using wool for home made/handmade Christmas ornaments.

  237. Betsy says:

    I haven’t as yet used wool in a quilting project and I love the idea of using it for appliqué. I have used some in a couple of fabric collage projects I did awhile ago and it is great to work with. So many things to try. Thanks.

  238. Linda Pewaukee WI says:

    I love using wool for applique, the blanket stitch and I machine quilted a queen size quilt with wool thread. The quilting really stood out and made the quilt! Thank You, Linda

  239. Barbara says:

    Love appliqueing with wool! Your colors and quality are luscious, thank you for such a wonderfilled offer

  240. Myra Ramos says:

    Haven’t used wool yet, but these colors would get me going!

  241. Cary Jo Nieman says:

    I use wool for both applique and foundations. I am always on the look out for brightly colored wool!

  242. Reba Siero says:

    I love wool applique. Hand embroidery with wool is such a pleasure.

  243. Kathy says:

    I frequently use wool in quilting projects. I love the texture it provides. The colors in the bundles are beautiful

  244. debby oldenburg says:

    I have been doing small landscapes using different fibers and wool roving, yarns and embroidery. These colors perfect for the applique pieces

  245. Dale Wolfe says:

    Wool is great for making dimensional hand embroidery and applique. Great for ornaments for any occasion, too.

  246. Linda Allen says:

    Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway. I would
    love to try wool applique.

  247. Janet Starr says:

    I made a fall cornavopia wall hanging that I put out after Halloween until I put up Christmas decor!

  248. Michelle D says:

    Years ago I made some pretty little heart shaped ornaments finishing the edge with a simple blanket stitch, only to discover I had reversed the way the blanket stitch should go! They were cute anyway!

  249. Sheril Drummond says:

    I could not find the place to enter for the August give away.

  250. Sandy Hatfield says:

    I haven’t used wool, yet, but am drooling over this packet and look forward to doing appliqué with wool.. Yummmmmm

  251. Kathleen McQuiggin says:

    A wool project that I’ve done is by Bonnie Sullivan, Berties’ year. I make each block into a pillow cover that I can switch out each month or season.
    I also have pattern’s from Kim Diehl that I would like to wool applique, my favorite is Bittersweet Briar.
    I also like to incorporate embroidery, but have not worked with wool thread to date. It is now on my bucket list as soon as I get out of this hand/arm cast in 6 weeks! Ugg!!
    Thank you for the chance to possibly win.

  252. Madeline says:

    I’ve used wool by cutting up an old suit and sweater. I like ce the colors in your giveaways!

  253. Sandy Curran says:

    I have made Christmas stockings and ornaments out of wool applique, with embroidery, sequins and beads. I have not yet made a wool quilt, but I have been collecting wool with that ambition.

  254. Barbara Sullivan says:

    I love working with wool. I’ve used it to make decorative pillows, glass cases, and a small shoulder bag. But I’m especially pleased with a wall hanging I appliqued of an Irish thatched corrage as in remembrance of a recent trip to Ireland.

  255. Beth Cabral says:

    I have used wool frequently-I am a Sue Spargo fan and love to do wool work. The wool threads are amazing to work with, as is the wool itself.

  256. Wendy Hill says:

    I’ve used felted wool and wool in quilts. My most recent was a chemo comfort quilt with machine buttonhole stitched felt blocks (12), depicting the person’s dog, horses, and other things meaningful to her. I prewashed the felt so the whole quilt would be washable. I got carried away and made the quilt reversible.

    These colors are beautiful. Mine are drab in comparison.

  257. Rosalyn Schultze says:

    I have used wool primarily for applique when quilting with the addition of hand embroidery. I have also used it for a quilted handbag.

  258. Alexandra Norman says:

    I would use the wool to “paint with felt” (stitch teeny tiny pieces in expressive shapes) on my latest project.

  259. Nina Dilley says:

    I use wool in my projects to warm my heart and soul……

  260. carol Denning says:

    yes I use wool as flowers in applique and lapel pins; thanks for the chance to win!

  261. Debbie VanVleet says:

    Am currently working on a Christmas table topper. Enjoy working with wool while traveling.

  262. Janet says:

    I use wool in applique projects.

    Thank you for the giveaway.

  263. Allison says:

    I have not worked with wool before but I would love to try. Such yummy colors!

  264. Lesley says:

    I use wool for table runners and wall hangings. I love combining solid wools with tartan backgrounds (from Scotland — both of my parents are Scottish and I am first generation American). I’m branching out into some Sue Spargo inspired pieces now also, and anticipate fitting some wool into those projects.

  265. Cheryl Arnold says:

    I use wool to applique! I like to use it for birds, flowers, butterflies and numerous other nature things…then embroider the outline by hand. I also have used wool fur Sue Spargo’s BOM Cuppa…such fun! What an amazing giveaway that I can add to my stash!

  266. Karen McSparren says:

    I have used wool once to make flowers to applique on a quilt. I loved working with it. These fat quarters and threads in the give away are beautiful!!!

  267. Pam Cope says:

    What bright lovely colors. I have taken a workshop from Sue Spargo and made a fabulous applique tote bag. would love to start another project with these beautiful wool fabrics.

  268. LaVerne Mullane says:

    I have always been intrigued with the lovely wools that are used for applique. Would love to win this.

  269. Vivian Roop says:

    I haven’t used wool, but these colors are just what I need to start.

  270. pam newton says:

    I have used wool for small ornaments, for pincushions, & on collaged greeting cards. Always a pleasure to work with wool.

  271. Nancy Zeigler says:

    I have made 2 small projects using wool. What fun! Just started collecting small pieces of wool that I can use for additional projects. What beautiful and vibrant colors are available in this giveaway. Wonderful addition to any stash!

  272. Cindy Brouillard says:

    Would be a great addition to my wool stash. This giveaway would provide some much needed “brights” to my stash.

  273. Judi Wamsley says:

    I haven’t used wool in a quilt yet. I have used it on wall hangings, table toppers and with embroidery. Love working with wool. It is so nice to cut out pieces and not worry about edges. I look at patterns for appliqué and think about using wool instead. Much like fabric, I’m a collector of wool too!

  274. Jan Horn says:

    I am an addicted “Woolie!” I love working with wool and the creativity that has presented to my quilting world!
    I have not found Marcus wool in my area and would love to try their wool! Thanks for the opportunity to enter the

  275. Kathy Weyenberg says:

    I am just beginning to work with wool in my quilting. I made a patched background of cotton and linen fabrics and appliquéd wool with embroidery and stitches learned from a Sue Spargo class. I love working with wool and the effect with the creative embroidery and plan to do more in the future.

  276. Rand says:

    A few stuffed animals and mostly small appliqué projects

  277. Jill S says:

    I’ve use wool with my felting machine… Everywhere. I love the colors!!

  278. I started with a large wall Quilt with felted animals and lots of embroidery on wool. Then I took a class from Sue Spargo. That got me into Sue’s Block of the Month embroidery. So I’d love to win some wool fabric and threads.

  279. Nancy says:

    Used as embellishment on pocket books. These colors are fabulous.

  280. Margot Eddy says:

    What fun to play with the Moda wool (love it already) and check out the Aurifil wool thread! Never worked with wool thread before, except in needlepoint.

  281. Dorie Esquivel says:

    I’ve made Christmas stockings for my grands using wool. They loved them! Next up, a special super hero tree skirt for our youngest!

  282. Marilynn D-R says:

    I have done a few small projects with wool and loved the process.

  283. Carol Sexton says:

    I love using wool for applique. I made a quilt and all of the appliques were made from wool fabric. I’m currently working on a cute bunny/egg wall hanging. Thanks for the opportunity to win wool pieces and thread.

  284. Angela Short says:

    I haven’t had the opportunity to try wool yet in my quilting adventures. I’d sure like to though!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  285. Luscious colors… have played with little bit of similar colored felt. A bigger piece with choices of dreamy colors would be fun! Glad to know about Lana wools.

  286. Cindy K says:

    I used wool to make pincushions. Have plans to make Christmas ornaments and stockings using wool,

  287. Ruth says:

    Have not made any quilted projects with wool, but wouldn’t it be fun to try! What luscious colors in your giveaway!

  288. Claudia says:

    I love incorporating Sue Spargo ideas in my quilts.

  289. Carol Y says:

    I like using wool in applique projects, especially pillows.

  290. Patricia says:

    This would be a reason to start using wool in my projects.

  291. Sheree Castonguay says:

    I have done rug hooking with wool, but haven’t tried wool for my quilt projects yet. I love Sue Spargos projects. I plan to do a wool wall hanging this fall.

  292. Holly J Hudson says:

    oh what luscious colors….perfect for the many great quilt patterns created by Sue Spargo! I have (1) quilt finished; (1) 3/4 of the way to finish & two more pattern books to do


  293. Kathleen Flanagan says:

    I used wool squares for a more rustic look and feel for a quilt for my son.

  294. Carol Betts says:

    I love appliqué, so I use wool for the appliqué and cotton for the background

  295. Vicki Obenhaus says:

    What beautiful wool and thread! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

  296. Donna says:

    I’ve made several small all-wool projects (table mats, etc.). I love the sensual feel of working with wool as well as the amazing colors. I would love to try a project that combines wool with other fabrics, perhaps a quilt with wool applique. The give-away colors are scrumptious!

  297. Lu Peters says:

    I use wool as batting in my small art quilts. It clings nicely to the cotton tops and backs and steams out flat

  298. sue says:

    Hi, I’ve used wool to make pretty appliqued pin cushions. Lots of fun

  299. Heidi says:

    I am new to quilting with wool, i just cut a pincushion pattern, a pear, to practice with. I have been felting wool too, trying to figure which garments & thicknesses felt best. One turned out so thick it is now destined to be a handbag, and I would like to applique it first. Thanks for another exciting month of inspiration!

  300. Ray Burke says:

    I have never used wool, but I’m still learning!

  301. Gale Schwarb says:

    I have done a 12-block wool hand appliqué project that is floral blocks. It’s waiting to be set with sashing and quilted. I’ve also done an autumn wall hanging featuring hand appliquéd wool pumpkins, squash, acorns and hand embroidery for embellishment. I’d love to try the Aurifil wool threads.

  302. Joyce Johnson says:

    Have not done so yet but am collecting ideas.

  303. Robin Wallace says:

    My first wool quilt was Sue Spargo’s Union Square. Not a kit- collected wools from thrift shop etc. Then I made 8 of Sue Spargo’s BOMs. Plus I went to her Workt by hand workshops etc etc. So yes I do wool and these colors will be lovely for my next project. I want to make another Instastitch Blanket.

  304. Sallie says:

    I’ve just started learning the art of quilt applique from some creative women who make amazing project I can dream of and be inspired with my small wall hanging and their huge quilts.

  305. Kaye Hlavaty says:

    I am actually working on my first wool project. It’s fun!

  306. Linda B Copas says:

    I have never used wool in a quilt. I love making wool pincushions.

  307. edie says:

    I have used wool for appliqué, I have made purses with wool and I still am determined to make a vest with wool crazy patchwork. I love working with wool.

  308. Nadine Nakano says:

    I have a manual felter and a felter attachment for my sewing machine, so I have used them to make bookmarkers by layering all kinds of different colors of wool pieces! Those pieces you have shown are lovely!

  309. Kat Chapman says:

    I’ve used wool for Christmas stockings. Thanks for the offering!

  310. Cherry Harris says:

    I have used this wool and thread in the past and it is wonderful. I do a lot of Sue Spargo wool projects.

  311. jenny says:

    I have not used wool in quilting, but have used it in making Christmas stockings.

  312. Valerie S says:

    I’ve made felted wool bags, slippers & mits, but have not used on a quilt. I’d love to start using wool to Applique on a quilt. Thank you oak arts and your sponsors for offering this great giveaway.

  313. Rosemary Newman says:

    I love the look of wool fabrics in patchwork. This would be a chance to use new colors.

  314. Carolyn says:

    A lovely round folk art inspired pin cushion that features a leaping rabbit. Leap Leap!

  315. Lori Beitler says:

    I have two dachunds and my daughter has one so I’ve appliqués them on pillows for everyone

  316. ka-ren says:

    I enjoy wool applique and use it frequently in my artwork. I am planning on stitching Christmas scenes next and I would enjoy using these fabrics and threads.

  317. Diane Koch says:

    I used felted wool as the beginning letters in an embroidered phrase for a wall hanging.

  318. Karen M says:

    I love working with wool and have made many small projects. I really like doing hand embroidery and wool is perfect for this!

  319. Yin Chien Aik says:

    I’ve never used wool in quilting projects, I’ve only used them as appliques.

  320. Brenda Prieksat says:

    I love wool projects. It is my new obsession!

  321. Barb Snider says:

    I made a quilt on my embroidery machine that was all animals made of wool. A red fox, a gray plaid Raccoon, A yellow Duck, etc. It turned out wonderfully. Gave it to a friend of my daughter’s for her new baby boy!

  322. Kelli Hinatsu says:

    I’ve used wool in a few Sue Spargo type pieces and in my own feeble attempts to emulate Yoko Saito!

  323. Karen Wong says:

    This would be a perfect excuse to start experimenting with wool and quilts.

  324. Karen says:

    This would be a perfect excuse to start experimenting with wool and quilts

  325. Sue says:

    Wow! just found your site and love it!

  326. Julie Terry says:

    I have not used wool in any of my quilts at this point.

  327. Jane Hobbs says:

    I’ve not yet used wool in my quilts, but would love to begin.

  328. Kathryn Brown says:

    I haven’t used wool in quilting as yet, but have been collecting some inspirations using wool applique. The colors are wonderful!

  329. Rita Scott says:

    I have yet to use wool in quilting projects but would love to make some Christmas stockings to hang this Christmas.

  330. Mary Campbell says:

    These bright wools are beautiful! I have used wool in an appliqued quilt, for pillow covers, purses, table mats, and other small projects like pincushions. It is wonderful to work with. These colors would be a great addition to my wool stash. I use the lana thread to darn my husband’s expensive socks! It works great. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  331. Sandy Wilcox says:

    I jumped headlong into wool appliqué with a kit and a two-day workshop with Sue Spargo. Then Primitive Gatherings opened a shop an hour and a half away from me! I used a wool blend thread for Sue Spargo but cotton for Lisa’s. I don’t have bright colors like this in my stash, and I want to try the Aurifil wool thread in a project so I would love to win this bundle.n

  332. Kathy E. says:

    I have not used wool in any of my quilting projects, but would love to try it! So many gorgeous colors!

  333. Ali says:

    I’ve used wool in some smallhand projects but I would really love to use some in a bigger wall hanging!!!

  334. Ellee says:

    Haven’t tried wool in any project yet — it’s on my to-do list.

  335. Linda Levy says:

    I have been in the midst of collecting wool to start…these beautiful colors would be a great addition!

  336. Cindy Brouillard says:

    I have used wool to piece small blocks and as appliqué in quilting projects. I am also a rug hooker and recycle plus dye wool.

  337. Melissa Robinson says:

    I have yet to use wool in my quilts, but would love to have a chance of winning some so I can try!

  338. Katalin Hise says:

    I have used wool for applique’s inspired by Sue Spargo designs. I love to combine embroidery with wool.

  339. Sueanne Mockensturm says:

    I made a table runner and it turned out great!

  340. Dawn Tenneson says:

    I have made many wool mats especially near the holidays and enjoy embellishing them with buttons and other findings! Love Sue Spargo inspiration!

  341. Kathy Norquist says:

    Hand embellishing with wool is my passion, and the Aurefil threads are among my favorites when finer detail is needed.

  342. Carolyn Hayward says:

    I have been doing free motion thread painting and felting projects, and some traditional quilting for a few years and I have a new great grandchild expected in September- I thought a chance to work with this new medium for me would be a wonderful adventure as I have not had a chance to work with the popsicle colors yet….I love your blog and hope to visit your shop when the weather warms up for a summer/ferry quilt adventure–from Canada Victoria BC we have lots of quilters here…..