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four november giveaways!

four november giveaways!

By Patricia Belyea

This month Okan Arts is giving away a 14 FQ collection of Peaceful Petals by Sarah J Maxwell for Marcus Fabrics and a big spool of coordinating 50 wt Cotton Thread from Aurifil. There are four giveaways, each valued at $68.

Author and fabric designer Sarah J Maxwell has shifted from color progression to neutrals in her latest collection. “I wanted this collection to convey a calm and soothing vibe. Because I always find peace in nature, I focused on design motifs I would find in a favorite garden—a bed of daisies, a graceful vine, individual petals dotting the ground.” says Sarah.

A big spool of Aurfil 50wt Cotton Thread (1422 yards) complements the giveaway fabric. Available in 270 colors, Aurifil 50wt Cotton Thread is twisted, singed, and mercerized to deliver a strong and fine thread with low lint. It’s fab for piecing as the thinness of the thread results in remarkably crisp seams.

TIP: Pull off the bottom of the iconic orange spool to find the beginning of the thread. Yeah, no frustration! When done, re-tuck in the end of the thread. Yeah, no messy loose threads!
THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. The winners are Signe S of Vancouver WA, Linda D of Lakewood WA, and Lydia R of Pasco WA.

To participate in the November giveaway, answer this question in the Comment Box below: What quilting projects are you planning to squeeze in before the end of the year?

HOW THIS GIVEAWAY WORKS: The November 2019 giveaway drawing will be held at midnight Pacific Time on November 30, 2019. Okan Arts Giveaways are open to US residents (apologies to our 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. Each will win a 14 FQ collection of Peaceful Petals by Sarah J Maxwell for Marcus Fabrics and a big spool of coordinating 50 wt Cotton Thread from Aurifil. Winners 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 learn more about Sarah J Maxwell on the Marcus Fabrics website +click here

To learn more about 50wt. thread on the Aurifil website +click here

Thank you Marcus Fabrics for the donation of the fabrics.
Thank you Aurifil for the donation of the threads.

Please note that Okan Arts received no compensation for this giveaway.

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680 comments to “four november giveaways!”

  1. Karen A says:

    I have 3 quilt tops that I need to quilt and a few smaller projects to make for gifts.

    • Johanna Ruiz says:

      I’m trying to finish two quilts. One to be auctioned off for the benefit of our local hospice residence.

    • Vicki J Raub says:

      Was participating in 2 BOM projects- 1 done, need to finish the second. Also need to work only a couple small projects for gifts.

  2. Pam Nottingham says:

    I have to bind one xmas present and finish piecing another one. Wish me luck!

  3. Loretta says:

    I am working on three Christmas quilts for family and charity quilts for toddlers.

  4. There are a couple of smaller projects that I can realistically get done and of course my overly optimistic self thinks that that I can finish a couple of other larger ones too!!

    • Laura Dorr says:

      I have 2 quilts to make for Christmas gifts. One to donate to the VA and one for my sister in law. Grey is perfect with navy blue for the VA and peach tones for my sister in law. I would love to see your fabric in one of these quilts.

    • Robin wolden says:

      I am hoping to finish several table runners & a mystery quilt.

  5. Barbara says:

    I have two major projects that are very important to me. I will be having major surgery in Feb. 2020 and want to make sure these projects for my 4 year old granddaughter are done by the end of this year.
    The first, a pink Unicorn bed runner and
    second, her graduation from high school quilt, that I not likely to be around to see.

  6. Dee says:

    I’m finishing a Nativity wallhanging and have two charity quilts to turn in at our next guild meeting.

  7. Kathi says:

    Four lap quilts for grandkids require finishing!!!

  8. Paulette says:

    Matching Christmas red plaid PJ’s for the littlest grandkids.

  9. Quilting Jeannie Zimmerman says:

    Beautiful fabrics and I love my Aurfil threads. Wouldn’t that just make the prettiest quilt! I am working on a donation quilt top just now, and I hope to domestic machine quilt that one plus another I have ready to quilt, all by the end of the year.

  10. Claudia K says:

    I am in the process of trying to draft a block pattern based on an Islamic tiling motif. I want to finish a small quilt using the pattern, so that I can present it to my modern quilt guild early next year.

  11. Sheryl Ramstad says:

    I have to bind a Triangle Tango quilt to finish it and binding is not my favorite task! But I also have a quilting class with Scott Hanson next week – Painted Forest and excited!

  12. Janet Wright says:

    I am having hip replacement surgery before the end of the year so—I am readying projects for after surgery—pieces cut and ready to sew–hopefully at least one quilt.

  13. Linda Suter says:

    OMG – before the end of the year I have an ambitious list of projects to finish. Two additional tote bags and four cat and dog non-slip placemats to donate to Middleburg Humane’s Thrift Store, a Star Wars quilt for my grandson’s birthday, two sets of four each people placemats for gifts, and two stuffed toys to donate to a foster children’s charity at our annual CHristmas quilting club lunch. Phew – makes me tired thinking of it all!

  14. Mitzi Dosher says:

    I need to quilt a quilt for my granddaughter.

  15. Janet Niemela says:

    Planning to finish a quilt top that I started. That makes three this year.

  16. Cathy Medich says:

    Beautiful fabric! I’m working on several quilts that I plan to finish: a happy dachshund quilt that is a present for my brother and his wife; a Christmas appliquéd quilt that “just” needs quilting and binding; and a collage wall hanging. (And many more waiting!)

  17. Cathy Harvey says:

    I have two quilts to bind and I’m working on a BOM project. Traveling to AZ to join my sister for a post Thanksgiving class Sandia pattern from Southwest Modern – Kristi Schroeder.

  18. Nancy Hower says:

    I have 2 quilts to bind and a Christmas ma8ntle cover to finish. Surely I can get them done in 6 weeks

  19. Melody Lutz says:

    I’ve been working on a 1″ hexie queen sized quilt, for 4 years now, it is screaming “Finish me NOW”

  20. Patti A says:

    I have to finish 2 Christmas stockings for a couple of newly weds and make the them a tree skirt for their first Christmas together.

  21. janet says:

    I’ve been working on a Japanese inspired wall hanging for our fireplace chimney, but still can’t decide which way to go.

  22. Karen S Kijinski says:

    I have a craft show in December, so i need to make some items for the show.

  23. Marilynn Dondero-Rich says:

    Just finished a challenge quilt due December 1. Need to make a couple of small gifts this week, yikes as I leave for 2 weeks vacation!

  24. Jayna Williams says:

    My ideas out-pace my time. I have a special quilt for a two year old that is first on my list.

  25. Barbara Hume says:

    In August our family, including three grandsons, spent a week in Yellowstone. Three twin size “Yellowstone” quilts will be under the tree.

  26. Buffie Lorah says:

    I am searching for a new project, just finished 345 Christmas Stockings for deployed troops.

  27. kathy powell says:

    I am trying to make small gifts for my young adult grandchildren (microwave dish pads to go with my fig jam as they are just starting to live on their own. Small wall quilts for my daughters and small hand made gifts for my friends.

  28. cyndy parry says:

    I don’t sew gifts for Xmas. I will be working on one small pattern of a cute XMas tree to decorate my studio as far as holiday sewing goes. My main goal though is to get really busy (as I always do during the holidays) on the 6 Quilts of Valor that I present in September at the VA Home my Mom gets to live in due to my Dad’s service. They are In various states of “started” but I need to get at least one quilted so I can bind while hubby is in surgery late next week as well as the small Xmas tree pattern quilt mentioned above.

  29. Michelle Flamer says:

    I am starting the 2020 Cherrywood challenge with the Princess Diana theme.

  30. DeeDee says:

    Am trying to finish a baby quilt and working on a neutral one of scraps so this gorgeous fabric would be perfect. Thank you for this opportunity. Love the newsletter!

  31. Ron Bedard says:

    A Christmas pineapple quilt, and two more blocks of my Baltimore album quilt. Thanks!!!

  32. Anne Gouiller-Moore says:

    I have to finish a bird quilt from a photo my husband took,it is his Christmas present, and a quilt of a USA map for a sweet teacher in Oregon. Wish me luck!

  33. Gayle Wiley says:

    I am completing two quilts for my two granddaughters: a heart quilt for the 8 yr and a star quilt for the 10 year old.

  34. Shirley A Whitcomb says:

    I have just one more project to complete before the end of the year- a mini quilt for best friend.

  35. Ellee says:

    Wow! Time is flying! I gotta hustle and finish 4 quilts for grandkids!

  36. Emily Klainberg says:

    Hoping to finish a quilt for my niece that is hot pink, white, gray and black‼️

  37. Sheila Marie says:

    Finish one OBW, start another, and do as much free-motion quilting practice as I can squeeze in to finish UFOs I’m the coming year!

  38. Trisha Lediard says:

    I’m working on 4 Christmas quilts, one for each of my sons and one for my brother. I love this new line, it is beautiful ✂️✂️✂️

  39. Valerie Lau says:

    My project is a small fabric “scroll”…featuring an embroidered deer reminiscent of the Deer found in Nara, Japan. It will be a gift for our home stay hosts in Nara.

  40. Joana says:

    I am working on a quilt by Wendy Williams called Pieces of My Heart. It is a bit abstract and includes embroidered wool hearts.

  41. Connie Koontz says:

    Some silk keychains and maybe a gnome wall hanging. LOVE the fabric collection & I’m just starting to use & love Aurifil thread.

  42. Tesi Vaara says:

    I hope to finish my Blue Moon quilt by the end of the year.

  43. Peggy St George says:

    A dresden plate UFO!

  44. Marjorie Y Kitahara says:

    I will be making some table runners and some project bags for Christmas gifts.

  45. Linda Fleming says:

    I have one gift quilt ready to be bound – I need to make a label for it.
    Another one I’d like to finish by Christmas is a child’s medallion quilt – I’ve made the centre block but have to decide on the outer borders.

  46. Cathy Spanish says:

    I’ve a quilt for my son-in-law and 4 Hoffman digital print panel quilts for grandchildren,..each features their favorite wild animal, with a soft minki backing for cuddling.

  47. Casey Nelson says:

    I want to make a quilted table cover for Christmas. We live in an RV and I use decorated plants, holiday hand towels and table covers where I keep the plants for holidays and special occasions. I have a little corner where the plants and decorations and my sewing machine are. Table covers, hand towels and soft decorations to hang like ornaments are easier to store to keep with us.❤

  48. Edith Allison says:

    Whoever posted an earlier comment saying she doesn’t do quilts for Christmas; I’m with her! Still many works in progress and a strong desire to accomplish much by the end of the year!

  49. Karen L Riley says:

    I’m taking a break from my Asian themed quilting projects and working on a Norwegian themed Christmas wall quilt in honor of my Scandinavian heritage.

  50. Daisy Rae says:

    Wouldn’t it be nice if I could finish off all my UFOs and PIGs… and start afresh in the New Year!

  51. Alexis Hoffman says:

    I have a wedding quilt for my son to finish and 2 other quilt tops to quilt.

  52. Michele Hartley says:

    Before the end of this year I am determined to do an improv piece and complete it!

  53. Louisa lawson says:

    To make several pouches and spectacle cases for presents and finish quilting a charity quilt

  54. Gigi says:

    I have two sets of Tiny Two quilts to finish. They are identical small (18”) square quilts – one to be buried with a tiny babe who becomes an angel at or soon after birth and an identical one for the grieving parents to keep. Also I have a Guild two color challenge quilt due ASAP. Thank you for this beautiful & generous giveaway!

  55. Raye says:

    I am hoping to complete my current Usagi quilt top and to machine embroidery a few x-mas tees.

  56. Francine says:

    I have 3 baby quilts to finish this year using heats and one using wax

  57. Nancy Canter says:

    I am making mug rugs for neighbors and also have a collage wallhangingbti complete.

  58. Marty says:

    Finish a baby quilt gift, make a pouch gift for a friend who’s having surgery and make quilted placemats xmas gifts

  59. I’ve cut fabric and am ready to go ….. making a queen bed quilt for my daughter and husband whose cats have also enjoyed the medium/darkish previous creation. The new one will be light/multicolor. Quilt camp starts in three hours. Ladies, start your machines!

  60. kaye says:

    Table runners for gifts…..using these beautifully design “winter” prints! thank you!

  61. Marg Dunlap says:

    I am planning to make several quilt sandwiches to prepare myself for machine quilting practice. I am weak in that area, so some one-hour commitments are what’s on the schedule.

  62. Gail A Romines says:

    For the rest of the year, I plan to chip away on my 2019 list of things I wanted to accomplish. My list was long but have made some progress.

  63. Phyllis smith says:

    I plan to finish a Christmas tree wall hanging.

  64. Alice Ronne says:

    Trying to finish up some smaller projects but want to add 3 baby gifts to that. Better get started!

  65. Michelle Smith says:

    I need to finish my snowman quilt and the seasonal banners I am making as a gift.

  66. Barbara says:

    I have four pieced pillows with zipper backs to make, along with three pieced and quilted Christmas bags for my three little grandchildren.

  67. Linda Moran says:

    Two biggies – my great-niece’s 13th birthday quilt – with 8 great-nieces and nephews I spread the quilt-making out by the 13th birthdays. This will be the third of the 8 completed and presented…if done…..Also, quilted placements and church stoles for the hospice caregivers for my husband. We’ve had amazing care with our hospice team.

  68. Lynn Kuehn says:

    I am working on a 72” foundation pieced Christmas tree in shades of plum/purple. There are also low volume grays in the background, so those Beautiful fat quarters would certainly work well with the tree.

  69. Pat Dudek says:

    I’m quilting a queen size quilt for my grandson, and hope to finish the machine quilting and binding on our first Christmas quilt that will live with us. Also want to make some placemats for our table and more oven mitts to give as stocking stuffers. Then i need to get started on the Japanese inspired wall hanging for my son whose birthday is in January.

  70. Barbara Kampas says:

    I have several new pieces of yukata that I want to work with. After making a quilt to honor those lost in recent mass shootings I need to concentrate on creating something beautiful and restful – a Christmas present to myself.

  71. Sue Dillon says:

    I have recently fallen in love with neutrals. This would be perfect

  72. Pat Bell says:

    Beautiful fabric I have 2 quilts that I need to get the courage to quilt.

  73. Jean S says:

    I am working on a hand-pieced, hand quilted project and am loving the quilting! These fabrics are beautiful

  74. Becky DuBose says:

    Finish?!! I have a bed runner I am quilting so that is one and several charity projects.

  75. Ellen Haugen Liliedahl says:

    I’m squeezing in 4 holiday themed placemats for Meals on Wheels, one baby quilt for our guild’s charity and a twin size quilt for a veteran. All the tops are made already, so I just need to sandwich, quilt and bind. As a first year empty nester, I’m excited to be able to finish some quilting projects!

  76. Carolyn Puckett says:

    I am finishing a quilt made of vintage Japanese scraps (from old yukatas) bought on eBay and fabric from an indigo dying class I took last summer. I also threw in a few indigo South African prints. The whole quilt is a variation on BLUE.

  77. Deborah Woolley says:

    Several projects before Christmas and one is a stocking for our new granddaughter, a pastel quilt, a shashiko project and a small needlework abstract.

  78. Mary Glinski says:

    I have one present yet to quilt and bind. But I’d also love to finish up some sashiko ornaments that I am hoping to give as gifts.

  79. Judy Lawrance says:

    I am hoping to applique the borders of a quilt I have been in the process of making for well over a year! I also hope to hand quilt on the Splendid Sampler 2 quilt I have had basted!!! It would be nice, too, if I could get a little better organized in my sewing space!

  80. Linda Lim says:

    I am trying to finish a quilt for my son’s birthday which is on December 19. He complains I make quilts for everyone and he doesn’t get any so I am doing a herringbone pattern of batiks from Malaysia and Bali. I have incorporated some scraps from clothing worn by family members which were made by those fabrics. Wonder if he will recognize them?

  81. Andrea says:

    I absolutely love the soft look of Sarah Maxwell’s Marcus fabric collection.

    I hope to finish a very large quilt top with blocks set on the bias. All it needs is the border triangles, which I left until last – seams on the diagonal rows are open to set them in. I haven’t tried doing that before.

  82. Linda W says:

    Beautiful fabric. Would look great as a background for block printing!

  83. Deborah Stone says:

    I hope to finish my art quilt that I began in the Hudson River Valley Art Workshop in October

  84. Jackie says:

    One more quilt before the holidays please!!!!

  85. Terry Peart says:

    I’m furiously quilting on a curved piecing project trying to get it done and photographed before the end of November! Then I can submit it for Quiltcon.

  86. Linda Allen says:

    Always working on several projects at one time. No deadlines at this time. Yay!!

  87. Katrine A. Eagling says:

    My new modern quilt pattern and it’s cover quilt. Also, 3 commission quilts.

  88. slbuckin says:

    I have an Escher quilt in progress that I’d love to get done. Also, our local guild does a county charity were we all make large Xmas stockings and fill them with some essentials and goodies for the needy kids. Time to get the Xmas fabric out and start the stockings!

  89. Barb Mims says:

    A quilt for my granddaughter, her first.

  90. Laura Belkin says:

    I’ll be finishing a quilt for a gift, hopefully before year’s end!

  91. Vicki Obenhaus says:

    Oh, too many! First, a baby quilt for my new granddaughter who will be born the end of December; also, place mats for my son in his first apartment; quilt blocks of the month for November and December for my quilt guild, plus a mug mat for the Christmas swap; and a really special quilt for my husband celebrating his team’s third place win in the National Senior Games in basketball (over 60 division)! Yes I can do it if I can only get over this cold!

  92. Beth says:

    I plan to get a charity quilt done in the next month.

  93. Hester Tinti says:

    I have a baby quilt to quilt and another one to make before the end of the year..

  94. janice Paine-Daawes says:

    I hope to finish the hand stitching on an eco printed art quilt.

  95. Frances says:

    I haven’t even started any Christmas present sewing. How can it be November already

  96. Linda C. says:

    I have a Christmas table topper ready to sandwich and quilt.

  97. Sherry Massey says:

    I’m starting a baby quilt for a nephew and his wife. She’s due in January! To be honest, I got wrapped up in a new 1/2″ hexagon mosaic design and forgot that I promised to make her a quilt!

  98. Pat Ioveno says:

    I’m hoping to finish a Christmas tree quilt for my daughter as well as some cosmetic bags for gifts.

  99. Eve Lynch says:

    I will finish the plaid quilt I recently started.

  100. Helen Dalinis says:

    I will be quitting 2 small Christmas wreaths, a Christmas table runner and a center star wall quilt. Also on my list is starting an Oriental style wall hanging that I am designing. I’ve been collecting fabric for the quilt for 2 years!

  101. Patricia Welsh says:

    I am busy making Christmas aprons for our GGranddaughters, 3 and 5 years.
    Have two chemo quilts to finish for my guild. Also, a Thanksgivimg table runner with 8 pumpkin placemats for our family day. Won’t be able to attend this year, but thoughts and love will be there in this project.
    Would love the fabric bundle, have prefect project for them. Love, love Aurfil thread. Thanks.

  102. Pat says:

    I just need to get my longarm table reassembled after moving across country late this summer. Then I can get back to work/play.

  103. Kathy C says:

    I am trying to finish a few Christmas stockings and goodies for my daughter’s boyfriend and his troop. He’s currently deployed overseas so I have to get a move on!

  104. Rhoda says:

    I have a large, intricately pieced quilt that I’m working on. It is now in the stage of sheer discipline and I’m already thinking about the next project… Press on!

  105. Aime Augsburg says:

    I am busy making a table runner for my sister. It includes a furoshiki panel in the center and pieced portions all around, with some beaded embellishments.

  106. Catherine Erlanger says:

    I’m working on a table runner & a mantle skirt for for Christmas gifts. Applique on the skirt maybe tricky to finish in time.

  107. Bernadette says:

    I have to bind a quilt for my sister’s Christmas gift, and I have a Christmas table runner pattern I’d like to do.

  108. Sid says:

    I have two projects to finish! I sew with a group of friends and women I know here, and we make quilts for out local Hospice House. We have lots of donated fabrics we use to make comfortable and pretty quilts. It is great fun to sew with a group of such dedicated women, and since I am a beginner quilter, I am always inspired by their creativity and how they come up with good quilt squares to use the many styles of fabrics. And, for my own project, I have a scrappy picnic quilt to finish! Thank you for this opportunity to win these beautiful fabrics, I love the peaceful neutrals in this set. Even if I don’t win, I am going to seek this collection out, they are beautiful.

  109. Geri Prentice says:

    I have a Seahawk quilt to do and finish up another for a December graduation.

  110. ;Runwita says:

    I would like to finish machine quilting my Van Gogh wall quilt, but with my right foot in a heel suspension boot, I may not be able to use my pedal.

  111. Christine Gross says:

    I have 2-lapquilts I am finishing before the end of the year, both made with Japanese fabrics! yukatas, wool and wool silk blends. These are the last 2 of the 3 that I planned to make in 2019. Nice to make a goal and achieve it! Love the grey fabrics too, very nice.
    Christine Gross

  112. Runwita says:

    I hope to finish machine quilting my Van Gogh wall hanging.

  113. Jean K says:

    I hope to finish quilting a Halloween quilt, a Tiny Pieces quilt and my TrinketSAL. They just need the quilting and bindings. Wish me luck!

  114. Barbara Minton says:

    I have wall hanging I started at Quilters Affair in July. Top is finished, but I plan to try to get it basted and start machine quilting it on my domestic machine

  115. Sandra Weimer says:

    Oh, those are gorgeous fabrics! I have a lot of projects in the works for Christmas and it seems to come quicker every year! Ornaments for my packages, table runners to finish and a wool project to get done! Whew!

  116. Trudi Rammelkamp says:

    My goals are to finish a baby quilt for my nephew and make a quilt for my niece whose baby is due in January.

  117. Sharon says:

    I want to Finnish 2 Christmas quilts and a donation quilt snd a large flower tile quilt. Wow that sounds like alot

  118. Lisa DeVille says:

    Charity Bears await me in large numbers and the summer quilt project must be finished before I can begin the bears. The thread and fabric would be just perfect for the noses and binding stitches.

  119. Jerie Clark says:

    I must finish the lap robe top with quilting and binding. Then I must finish the headboard quilt that I m
    Am making for our new bed/bath. Then 3 small table toppers. Then bring on the festivities.

  120. Dorothy Ann Martinez says:

    I have about 5 quilt tops on my “to do” list; but one, which I started in June this year, should be given priority. It’s a quilt for a family member who likes cats, and is a combination of cat fabrics and colorful fabrics. In June, I showed her some of the completed blocks and she mentioned that maybe I could give it to her for Hannukah. So that’s my goal!

  121. Julie Landrith says:

    I’m working on a series of table runners and getting 3 (some) tops quilted by the long arm quilter I work with. Sounds ambitious to me.

  122. Darlene Tice says:

    Peppermint, a collage Reindeer pattern by Laura Heine…the top is almost done….plan for it to be over our table by Dec 1!

  123. Janet Kellar says:

    Holiday Table Runner

  124. Marilyn Rose says:

    I’ve got a couple of purses to make and some wall hangings. And will start on my list of projects for 2020!!

  125. Asta H Werme says:

    I am in the midst of a swap block challenge so my goal is to finish THAT first, then have two more where body of quilt is done, but I need to add borders and then finish…so those are next. I have been stalled for a good while so this would be fantastic to complete. THEN would like to make a quilt for myself…love the gentle colors and prints of these fabrics. My fav is the middle collection! Love seeing these items. all new to me!

  126. Sue Kelly says:

    I’m just finishing up Safari Life panels for stuffed animals and soft book to give as Christmas gifts.

  127. Theresa Janke says:

    Hoping to get a quilted tree skirt in soon

  128. Cris E says:

    I have several Christmas decor items to finish up. Then a couple quilt tops to quilt.

  129. Barb Onken says:

    I am working on some wall hangings for myself for Christmas. Also will be doing some quilting for a friend.

  130. Mary A Crowther says:

    I hope to get some Embroidered projects finished for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway

  131. DEBBIE JONES says:

    I have two more quilts to finish in a series I am working on, with black, white, and reds.

  132. Leslie Bowen says:

    I’m working on my last charity quilt for the year and need to get one quilted to enter in a quilt show.

  133. Maria katz says:

    I am working on some English Paper Piecing. Which may be a gift Maybe for me

  134. Linda Bier says:

    I plan on completing four NFL throws for Christmas for four young fans. The throws are at the quilter’s now.

  135. Sally Parrish says:

    Well there are 2 quilts to get quilted and lots of little holiday gifts for friends and a BOM that I’m a month behind on. Hope your holidays are full of smiles and laughter. Sally

  136. Deborah Hancock says:

    I am working on several projects. I have a queen size and full size quilt to get on my lonarm. I also have 3 lap quilts for my long arm. Plus I just had a request to make a queen size quilt for someone. I’m going to be very busy. But happy!

  137. Frances Smith says:

    Planning on quilting my log cabin Christmas tree top and a Christmas tree skirt that I completed last year but never got quilted. Hopefully, I’ll be able to finish before Christmas this year.

  138. Susan Goodwin says:

    I’m almost finished a bed quilt, then I have a smaller pink and purple triangle wall hanging and some charity quilts to complete. Hopefully will also squeeze in a few bags for gifts.

  139. Michele Wallace says:

    I have an order for a twin, big boy quilt for a co-worker.’s two year old. I have the fabric and am ready to get started but I am finishing this king quilt and trying to get it out the door by Thanksgiving. This give away collection is lovely.

  140. Alysha Hibson says:

    I’m sewing a Christmas quilt for my new niece! This will be her first and I can’t wait to gift it to her! I’m also working on a pin cushion for a swap with my local guild and a mini quilt for my international guild swap partner!

  141. Debbie says:

    I’m working on a Christmas crazy quilt. Determined to get it finished by December 1st!

  142. Nancy Menninger says:

    I am finishing up a Christmas quilt for one of my 3 children. The other 2 are done. Whew!

  143. Susan Bennett says:

    I’m obsessed with grey Aurifil thread and am squeezing in the Riley Blake Farm Sweet Farm quilt! I plan on machine stitching all the appliqué (and it’s ALL appliqué) with Aurifil’s grey!

  144. Joan Girardi says:

    I hope to finish a Christmas quilt for my son and his family/

  145. Cindy Flanagan says:

    I’m finishing my mother’s quilt that she started out of her and her sister’s dresses. These colors would work very nicely

  146. Kim costella says:

    I need to finish one, do 4 flannel blankets and a quilt for a friend. Hope i can pull it off!

  147. Monika Zeller says:

    Working on Christmas stockings for 4 grandchildren and four adults. Love the greys!

  148. Pat DeVore says:

    I am just finishing piecing 2 gnome quilts for my grandsons, I will really push myself to get them done in time, one of them for his birthday on Thanksgiving, and the other so the 4 yr old can enjoy all of December. Biggest quilts I have attempted to quilt in my Bernina!

  149. Marsha White says:

    Jelly Roll Rug from batting scraps and project scraps. Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt.

  150. Carolyn white says:

    Have a quilt I’ve pieced for an upcoming wedding. I need to take to long armer and try to get it bound before December! My quilter is 3 weeks behind!!!

  151. Gene Black says:

    I have one quilt to finish (I am on the last bit of quilting) One quilt to quilt and finish. I hope to make a few quilted notebooks and possibly some quilted bags before the end of the year.

  152. Debbie Stanley says:

    I want to finish the rag quilt I’ve been working on for my daughter.

  153. theresa talor says:

    I have been trying to use up scraps of fabric and making charity quilts before the end of the year.

  154. Laura Gullickson says:

    A few quilt blocks for an ongoing Christmas present is what will get done before the end of the year.

  155. dolly gauthier says:

    I hope to do a lap quilt for myself or as a gift before the year ends. it’s a pretty simple project. All about a luxurious top fabric if I can choose!

  156. Pam says:

    I hope to finish a secret sister gift for my friend in our quilting group. I broke a finger on my right hand last week, had surgery on this week. Can’t sew at all right now. Hopefully cast will come off soon enough & I can get back to working my project.

  157. Patricia Sheesley says:

    Christmas ornaments to give away. Thanks for the chance to win!

  158. Sharon Paulson says:

    Im trying to get a sew along and a couple of BOMs caught up and I want to sneak in a set of holiday placemats and(fingers crossed) a tree skirt. This giveaway looks amazing! Thanks!

  159. Sue P says:

    I would love to finish almost anything! I have a tumbler quilt that needs binding and many projects that are partially complete or started. I have a few charity quilts to complete too!

  160. Kathy Nester says:

    I have a challenge quilt and a baby quilt to finish.

  161. Patty says:

    I’m planning on getting my 100days100blocks quilt top sewn together before my son and daughter-in-law arrive for Thanksgiving, as my design wall is in the guest room!

  162. Susan says:

    I’m always quilting for two Quilts of Valor groups near me.

  163. Grace Thorne says:

    just finishing up quilting my 365 project and planning to squeeze in at least 2 wall quilt UFOs before 2019 leaves….they are all basted and ready for hand quilting, which is my primary quilting method….fantastic giveaway!

  164. Martha J Knutson says:

    what a wonderful collection. Thaks for sharing the soothing colorway and the chance to win

  165. sharon drapela says:

    I am trying to finish 8 table runners and 30 folded fabric orna

  166. Janice Svercek says:

    I started my last project for 2019 today. I’m making a quilt to commemorate my husband’s and I 50th Anniversary this Nov 15th. This is my second 50th quilt this year. My first made in June for my cousin and husband. Where did the years go?

  167. Janeall Kirkland says:

    I just finished cutting out triangles for a quilt for my great-granddaughter who will be born in Japan in December. I also have four cute bibs cut out of bright pink fabrics to complement the quilt. I plan to use only Aurifil thread and ONLY use it in my quilting and sewing. My machine stays cleaner and my sewing is so attractive with the many colors to choose from.

  168. Kim McNeill says:

    I am trying really hard to get a collage quilt done before the end of the year. i’ve been working on this poor thing for MONTHs.

  169. Pamela Hintze says:

    I have 10 charity quilts that are in process. I love the neutral/gray colors. Thank you for the opportunity.

  170. Maureen Brand says:

    I have 2 children’s quilts, hotpads and 3 zipper pouches to finish

  171. Garen says:

    2 lap quilts for my parents –

  172. Chrystal says:

    I am going to squeeze int he Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt

  173. 1catlovesyarn says:

    I’m presently working on two queen size quilt. I’m trying to squeeze them in for Christmas gifts.

  174. Sandi Zier says:

    I need to finish quilting 6 quilts, this year that’s what I’m gifting to my guests who drive the 100 miles to see me. Already have 6 done.

  175. Michele Cadieux says:

    2 quilts to baste, quilt and bind fir Christmas.

  176. Elaine B says:

    Working on charity quilts and then will search for a new project.

  177. Michelle Prenger says:

    I am hoping to make three quilted Christmas stockings, finish a second quilted gingerbread table topper, and complete a tree-in-red truck Christmas quilt to hang on the wall (and I work full time and am hosting three major parties). Wish me luck!

  178. Patricia Husher says:

    Hopefully, finish quilting a jean quilt, a charity quilt, and make a new Christmas tree skirt.

  179. Janie M says:

    Thank you so much for the Aurifil thread tip!!! I have binding to attach to a quilt then I will start a Christmas wall hanging. Beautiful giveaway. Thank you so much.

  180. diane beckman says:

    hoping to get 2 quilts done for my sons. one is a denim rag quilt and the other is a repair to quilt my mom made out of denim 30 years ago for my oldest son.

  181. quilterka says:

    I am planning to finish two quilts, both with the theme Solstice Stonehenge.

  182. Mona A Phelps says:

    I am working on tshirt quilts for customers Thank you for the giveaway Gorgeous fabric and thread.

  183. Ann Boehm says:

    I am working on some ornaments.

  184. Catherine Powell says:

    I’m going to try to squeeze in a lap quilt for my mom for Christmas. Luckily we all meet 3 weeks after Christmas. This would be a great start…hint, hint.

  185. Cheryl Gherna says:

    I’m hoping to put together my sections of my fire island hosts by the end of this month.

  186. Carol M says:

    I have two quilt tops to quilt and bind, three quilts need borders, and one quilt needs a label sewn on.

  187. Mary Ringkvist says:

    Finishing a TShirt quilt for a charity silent auction. Will be making pillowcases for grands for Christmas.q

  188. Kristie Cavolo says:

    I’m trying to finish about 3 Christmas quilts for next years presents. But if I finish the tops then they go to the quilter and three lucky friends will be finished for Christmas next year. And a big paper pieced quilt for my bed. I bought all the fabric two years ago and it kept getting put aside. Not this year and I have days off just to !!!

  189. Allie Leffel says:

    I’m working on my first Christmas quilt.

  190. Tammi Williams says:

    Quilting on a wallhanging now. Ready to start 4 quilts for the young boys in the family for Christmas. 2 have bedrooms painted light grey!

  191. Vicki Hafler says:

    I would like to finish up on my Winter fun, Folic with Bonnie Hunter and a birthday gift for my sister in law

  192. Beth Hardin says:

    I’m working on a baby quilt and also quilted purses.

  193. Liz Sumner says:

    I am helping a friend make a lap quilt for her great grand daughter.

  194. Sharon says:

    Working on a new tree skirt along with making bone pillows to give as gifts to friends and family.

  195. Joanna Finkelstein says:

    Layer the quilt top I finished and practice some rulerwork quilting on it!

  196. Emily L says:

    I have several tops for kids charity quilts that are close to being completed; I’d love to get at least 4 done, quilted, and bound by the end of the year. I also want to make some quilted place mats for my dad for Christmas.

  197. annette crain says:

    I would like to make at least 3 handbags before Christmas (for gifts)

  198. Heather Schultz says:

    I am making pouches for the teachers I work with.

  199. Jean Burr says:

    I am finishing a table runner and working on a baby quilt!

  200. Jean Burr says:

    Finishing a baby quilt and table runner

  201. Janet Hashberger says:

    This has been my year of mysteries. I will finish Month 11 tonight, so am ready for December’s finishing instructions. I am assembling rows from my second version of a mystery. I am two months behind on a 3rd mystery. And am 2 clues behind on a bi-weekly mystery. I want to be caught up before the end of the year.
    I think you talked at my guild a couple years ago and my daughter brought some needles home for you when she moved back to the states.

  202. Cindy says:

    I have a Christmas stocking for my new grandson, a winter quilt, Christmas ornaments, gifts for the nurses where my husband attends cardiac rehab, and possibly a Christmas quilt to finish before the end of the year. So glad I’m retired!

  203. Susan Green says:

    I always make ornaments for my grandchildren. Also, I am hand quilting a wholecloth quilt and am making blocks for another.

  204. Peggi Johnston says:

    I am going to finish my red truck Christmas panel quilt, I will make my FW case cover.

  205. Bertha Shepherd says:

    Plan on completing a couple of small projects for Christmas presents.

  206. Shelley Marshman says:

    I have three stockings to make for family and friends, two small matching end table toppers for elderly relatives to dress up their retirement residence, and if I can squeeze it in, a new tree skirt for my tree. Yes I know I have big dreams but I’m determined!!!

  207. Olivia Cox Kuebler says:

    I need to make a quilt for a new baby boy. This fabric would be perfect

  208. Lan Ha says:

    I plan to finish a hexagon quilt.

  209. Sandy Allen says:

    I hope to squeeze in a baby quilt for a co-worker. She is due in January, so I don’t have much time! 🙂

  210. Connie Kauffman says:

    I have several projects to finish – a lap quilt and table runner and placemats are first on the list.

  211. TAMI tanguma says:

    I have 4 baby blankets and 5 table runners to do as Christmas gifts, time is running out! …now where did I leave my rotary cutter…….

  212. Kathy Kumiega says:

    I have a quilt that is put together but no borders, so that’s what I plan on doing this month. Next month I’ll finish the quilting.

  213. Geri says:

    Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt and a quilt for my great-grandson, as well as finishing the two quilt tops that I’m working on.

  214. Julie House says:

    I have 6 Christmas tree runners to finish up
    For the holidays

  215. Tamara Nothstine says:

    I am working on a quilt for my daughters boyfriend. I am also working on 3 quilted bags.

  216. Donna bach says:

    Working on a Christmas quilt now. Have a couple blankets to make and I’m afraid to see what else!

  217. Dale Burnett says:

    Those neutrals are wonderful! Aurifil is always my thread of choice.

  218. Suzanne says:

    A baby quilt. Rainbow baby coming in January for my son and daughter in law. ❤️❤️

  219. Sue says:

    I plan on starting a quilt for my grandson and I want to make a landscape quilt in memory of my nephew who died.

  220. Christine Maszal says:

    3 quilts, 4 table runners, and 2 quilted wall hangings all Christmas gifts except 1 quilt for a December birthday.

  221. Emily C. says:

    With luck i will finish a BOM or 2, depending on how the Christmas ornaments fare. If i can get them all done in the next couple of weeks, i’ll have a bit more time to work with.

  222. Martha Wacker says:

    I’m planning to finish a charity baby blanket and pillowslips, a quilt top and a wall hanging. Wish me luck! Love this giveaway!

  223. Tami Duggan says:

    I’m hoping to squeeze in a fun jelly roll quilt!

  224. Susan Stein says:

    I am trying to finish a guitar quilt for my son.

  225. Stacey Collins says:

    Binding a quilt that’s made from an antique quilt top, and finishing a few mini quilt block ornaments!

  226. Chris Chambers says:

    Quilted Christmas stockings–two more to go!

  227. Lorrie says:

    I need to finish making a weighted quilt for my son who returned from Afghanistan in July. I also need to make two doll quilts, two table mats and finish a baby girl quilt. I only have until the end of November to finish them because we are moving in the beginning of December. Otherwise, just a typical ‘peaceful’ holiday! LOL!

  228. Gail Beach Anderson says:

    I need to make a baby quilt for a sweet little girl, my new great niece. It will take some time as I’m planning of doing a lot of needle turn applique. Many of the grays in your new fabric would look wonderful in this little quilt and would contrast well with the pink, yellow and aqua in the quilt!

  229. Alicia Round says:

    I have a mystery quilt that I got for Christmas two years ago that I want to finish. A baby and then morning sickness and then another new baby (plus 2 other kids) kept me from finishing it

  230. Nancy Thone says:

    Have to quilt 2 twin size and 1 queen size – Christmas gifts!

  231. Ruth Close says:

    I have a quilt for my great granddaughter to finish by Christmas ,a dress to make for her and toy animals to make for the other three.

  232. Caroline Rohrer says:

    I’m waiting for my new sewing machine to arrive. Lots of projects cut, 6 baby quilts for charity are first priority. Lots of small projects to finish.,

  233. Michele Bautsch says:

    I need to finish quilting one for Quilts for Cops and then assemble a top of antique blocks that I repaired.

  234. Judy Wilson says:

    I am working on a table topper, as well as a stocking and I am thinking about a quilt for a grand. Not much

  235. Judy Strong says:

    A doll quilt and a doll sleeping bag.

  236. Leslie Collins says:

    I have 3 projects. 2 “quillows” for grandkid Christmas gifts, and quilting a special panel with seminole pieced borders.

  237. debi crocker says:

    have 1 quilt to do for qov and get it quilted on long arm. My favorite thread is Aurifil.

  238. Joann Dixon says:

    I have several quilts to put on my machine and quilt! Most are colorful Kaffe Fassett quilts.i love my Aurifil thread!

  239. Berta K. says:

    I would love to finish a wedding quilt for my niece that I have been working on for far too long! Plus throw in a few fun projects and learn to do wool applique in my spare time….

  240. Moira McSpadden says:

    thank you for the lovely giveaway!

  241. Tina says:

    I’m going to fit in a baby quilt! I was invited to a baby shower and noted that the mom-to-be’s online registries were filled with grey items, many with elephant motifs. So I looked online for a cute elephant family quilt pattern and couldn’t find one I liked so designed my own. This collection of grey fabric and thread would be PERFECT for my project!

  242. Denise says:

    Holiday tablerunner! Lovely fabric!

  243. Denise says:

    Table runner!

  244. Reba Richie says:

    I’m binding 3 quilts and hoping to finish a quilt of valor before the end of the year.

  245. jodi says:

    I hope to finish 3 grandchildren quilts before the calendar turns from 2019 to 2020. thanks patricia

  246. Audrey M says:

    I’m trying to finish a retreat project from Colombus day weekend. And trying to finish moving and unpacking.

  247. Laurel DeCastro says:

    I plan on finishing a quilt for my grandson who just his big boy bed. He’s 3. Plus I have several gifts to make. Then I have several charity things to make for DCF, breast cancer pillows for local hospital, quilts to bind for a military deployment for service people’s children and of course there’s the pile of UFOs which will be my New Year’s Resolution again this year!!

  248. Rachel Garibay says:

    Working on finishing tops and quilts for El Paso Strong, Friendship Star quilts my guild is making to give to the people affected by the Aug 3rd shooting tragedy in El Paso, Texas.

  249. Beth says:

    I would like to make a quilt for my hubby & these neutrals would be perfect for it.

  250. Christi says:

    I’ve got a Queen sized quilt to get the binding sewed down. A whole stack of ornaments to make and 2 lap quilts to quilt and bind. Not sure what I will actually finish.

  251. Becky says:

    I’m hoping to get my Mod Bear Paw lap quilt done. The border will take me forever. Lol

  252. Ann Phelan says:

    I have 2 quilt tops I am hoping to machine quilting and bind for Xmas presents. I also have all the blocks done for a Kaffe Fassett pattern finish and am hoping to put this one together. I love quilting!

  253. Betty Cowin says:

    Oh, my! Two lap quilts as gifts, another to enter into a contest, all those Christmas quilts I bought the fabric for last year… and the year before.

  254. Nancy Jo Marsden says:

    I am making a lap quilt called Pinwheel Parade with bright fabrics. Hope to finish before Christmas.

  255. Candice says:

    There are vintage fabrics projects for my sisters, cousins, and mom using my great-grandmother’s tatting and crochet samples that I will finish for Christmas. Lots of quilting, plus a quilt for my grand puppy CAHOOTS!

  256. spierssusan says:

    Loving all those neutrals! Will go sew well with my Baskets, Birds & Blooms quilt by Piecing The Past Quilters!

  257. Sherry Riggs says:

    A baby quilt for grandbaby number 5 and quilting some of my flimsies.

  258. Jean King says:

    I am waiting on a queen size and a king size quilt to be long-armed so I can bind them. Am making a couple Thanksgiving table runners, and hope to find the right fabric to make a good friend a quilt in pinks, blues, and greens. So far I have not had any jump out at me to suit her taste but I will keep looking! Love the above fabrics and love to use Aurifil thread!

  259. Mary Buersmeyer says:

    I am working on a wall hanging and a couple of quilt tops.

  260. Rollene says:

    I love the fabric line. I will be looking for it in my LQS. I only use Aurifil thread for making my quilts.

  261. Margaret Kiener says:

    I am planning on a table runner and two baby quilts.

  262. Trish Schultz says:

    I’ve got Christmas pillows to make, put bindings on about 7 quilts, finish a baby quilt, Microwave bowls for gifts and a quilt to enter in a quilt show.

  263. Susan says:

    Hopefully I will finish a Christmas quilt my sister requested a few years ago. Love the grays in this collection and thanks for the info on finding the start of Aurifil thread, I never had a clue!

  264. Linda Edwards says:

    I hope to finish a twin-size quilt for my oldest granddaughter.

  265. Mindy ZW says:

    I have 2 tops to finish and a backpack. Not sure how far I will get. But, I am going to try.

  266. Katie Sprugel says:

    I have 4 quilts nearing the finish line, hoping to get them all done by the end of the year.

  267. TerriU says:

    I have at least one quick Christmas present to make.

  268. Linda Collum says:

    I’m planning to make my Dad a John Wayne themed quilt for his bed at the assisted living facility he just moved into.

  269. Laura Piland says:

    I have so many projects still planned for this year! First up is to quilt my Octopus quilt!

  270. Karen says:

    I plan on finishing two quilts that I started at IQF-Houston last week.

  271. Mary Wallis says:

    I am finishing up 2 lap quilts that will be given to high school seniors. I am also working on finishing a double wedding ring quilt for my son and daughter in law.

  272. Quilting projects before the end of the year?? So many!! Including 4 t-shirt/memory quilts, a ton of pillow cases, and hopefully special project or two for myself/family before Christmas arrives!!

  273. Gabrielle Darroch says:

    I have 5 quilts at various stages of constitutional finish by Christmas! My favourite right now is a Rebel Quilt pattern by Libs Elliott – in great of course!

  274. Jennifer Essad says:

    making holiday gifts, small stockings to hang, I’m going to embroider and place vintage Christmas pins on them

  275. Patricia Beaulieu says:

    I have six sisters and want to make lined travel bags for cosmetics. I like the idea of neutrals. I also make quilts but realistic plans would be bags. Thank you for the opportunity to enter this contest.

  276. Mary Lunderville says:

    I have three quilts, 27 microwave bowls, four table runners and 5 advent calendars…..I know I can…I know I can…I know I can!

  277. Debi Hubbell says:

    I have 3 quilt tops to finish, and 1 yet to be started.
    Five sets of pillows and a lovingly stuffed bear (for the newest baby grand).

  278. Candace Valentin says:

    I am trying to fit in 2 quilts before Christmas, my daughter’s cartoon christmas quilt with matching pillow cases and my husband’s “out of this world” quilt. My husband’s should be an interesting piece for sure. Thanks! ☺

  279. May Britt says:

    Two pillows that is going to be Christmas gifts. And a couple of make up bags.

  280. DeDe Baker says:

    1 quilt to finish embroidery blocks, then put together, quilt and bind. 2 quilts to put bindings on and I pillow to do from start to finish. Christmas presents all. What was I thinking?!

  281. Karalee Shenfield says:

    I am working on a Christmas tree skirt and Christmas stockings for myself & my husband. I’ve made them for our children & grandchildren so now it’s our turn. They will be finished for the holiday season.

  282. Catherine SIRVEN says:

    I participate for my colleague Coralie leaving in Missouri ! ( I’m French) I know she will do a lot… for my side I have a quilt village ongoing (edyta sitar) + FWS fir good measure SAL + another planned with Christmas theme.

  283. Djoekie Witteveen says:

    i am working one a christmas quilt.

  284. Dieanna Hamper says:

    I’m hoping to catch up on my BOM project. I also hope to reorganize my sewing space.

  285. Carol Y says:

    I am in the process of restoring a vintage embroidered quilt top that needs a good washing and then I can decide what to do with the blocks. It has 48 state bird blocks that I have to inspect for loose threads before washing.

  286. Kat Norris says:

    I’m working on a couple Christmas quilts and finishing up some smaller things, like pillow cases and new pillows for the couch.

  287. Kyra Bega says:

    I have a pattern to test for a designer, then I’ll be sewing/machine embroidering Christmas gifts like crazy..

  288. Janet T says:

    I am finishing a quilt for my granddaughter, then I hope to make a quilt for myself, hopefully, to use for this winter.

  289. Angela Nohe says:

    I’m hoping to get a wedding quilt made for my nephew (only been married a year! lol). Planning a bargello.

  290. Joan edeen says:

    Saving some trees this holiday, sewing up gift bags for all the presents.

  291. Shirley says:

    Ho ho ho! I need to finish quilting and binding 2 cute wall hangings for my girls.

  292. Christine Averill says:

    Working on a wedding gift for my son and soon to be daughter in law. King size lovers knot.

  293. Darlene Bing says:

    I love Marcus fabric, Aurifill thread, and Japanese inspired fabric. I did a Japanese fabric quilt dome yrs Ago. The neutrals are beautiful. Would make a beautiful quilt for me to take in my camper next season. Nature is my calm place. Love it!

  294. Lynn Brock says:

    I have two projects to finish before Christmas. One is a Secret Santa quilt and the second is a flannel quilt for my husband who is always cold from his cancer treatment. Then two small projects that will hopefully be done by then. Wish me luck. 😀

  295. Susan Wingate says:

    I have 3 quilts waiting for binding.

  296. Deb Wolfe says:

    Oh my goodness – what gorgeous grays!
    I love love love my auriful thread – it’s the only thing I use in all my vintage machines. My treadle Singer 66 LOVES it!

  297. Lillie Guitreau says:

    I’m trying to finish my Moda Blockheads 2 quilt. It’s pieced now on to quilting it

  298. Paula says:

    I have ten lap tops to quilt. Also, making table runners on my embroidery machine. I’m making five table leaf toppers or candle mats. Making quilted jackets, pot holders, mug rugs, wall hangings.

  299. Ronda Dye says:

    One to finish assembling, one to put the borders on, one to finish binding, and one to finish quilting.

  300. Pat Fargis says:

    Last minute wedding gift for Grandniece. Her fiancé is deployed to Afghanistan. Their wedding will take place before he leaves.

  301. Too many! I am working on a quilt, several Pincushions and needlebooks, a couple of backpacks, a shawl, and a quiet book.

  302. Brenda says:

    I am binding a quilt and contemplated laying backing for another one

  303. Karla Imhoff says:

    I am wanting to finished a quilt I started months ago. And also, I would like to start a quilt for our travel trailer.

  304. Janet Frank says:

    I’m starting 2 wall hangings. One with a winter theme and one to compliment 2 others in the masterbedroom. Trying to do this while getting Hurricane Michael interior repairs done! Yeah!

  305. Deborah George says:

    I’m working on a quilt for granddaughter for Christmas! It has school colors and the mascot, leopard panels incorporated in the quilt. On to quilting. Love the colors and love use aurifil thread❣️❣️

  306. Cheryl Doenitz says:

    I am working on a table runner for Christmas. But have gone back and forth weather or not to use all dark greens or mix them up with lighter greens.

  307. charlotte m. says:

    I have a quilt top that I have been piecing since last January that I would like to get finished and another small quilt that I am doing both machine and hand quilting on that I would like to get finished.

  308. virgi says:

    plan on making willows for my grandkids

  309. Lori Morton says:

    Before end of year..I’m finishing up a few UFO’s…in between finishing Christmas Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way 🙂

  310. Mary Bruun says:

    I need to finish my entry for my guild’s President Challenge and a Christmas stocking for my new nephew.

  311. Nancy says:

    Holiday sewing is done! Time now to assemble and quilt a donation quilt before the end of the year. Blocks were given to me. I just need to decide on sashing. Beautiful fabrics you are giving away!

  312. Barb Skinner says:

    I am finishing up a wall hanging called Coneflowers, it’s from a Melinda Buhl class in Sisters Oregon. My thread painting is coming along rather slowly but I am determined to finish it by the end of the year!

  313. Jan says:

    A wall hanging …gifts for friends(bowl holders for hot items..)…maybe other UFOS….

  314. Mandy Laseter says:

    I am dragging out a couple of UFOs to see what I can do to move them along to finishing.

  315. Judy Maggio says:

    I am hoping to finish a baby quilt this year, I have the fabric picked out.

  316. JOAN DORR says:

    Fabric bowls

  317. Chiska says:

    I have two quilts that I need to quilt and bind by Christmas!

  318. Chiska says:

    I have 2 quilts that I need to quilt and bind by Christmas.

  319. MELINDA WOLFE says:


  320. Julia Bernstein says:

    Finishing sister’s elephant collage and this grey would be perfect.

  321. Diane M Kettleson says:

    My Judy Neimeyer Dinner Plate Dahlia quilt.

  322. Elizabeth A Monahan says:

    Before the end of the year I hope to get back to doing the machine blanket-stitching on some applique blocks I started last year!

  323. tamara gassen says:

    I am just hoping to do some sewing. Had surgery on my foot. I am going to try sewing With my left foot. Wish me luck.

  324. Susan L. says:

    Gorgeous fabrics! I’m hoping to squeeze in a baby quilt for our newest great niece. With so many holiday gifts to make, or finish up, it’s going to be tight.

  325. Jennie Henzel says:

    I am working on a quilt in different stripes – I should be done by the end of November and I want to start a quilt for a good friend sometime in December.

  326. Judy Ann Forney says:

    I’m finishing up quilts for my 4 granddaughters. I’m an aurifil enthusiast as it’s all I ever use. Karen Miller does an awesome job of explaining the process aurifil goes through an the extensive care shows in the finished product.

  327. Peggy Johnson says:

    I am putting the finishing touches on a small bed quilt and am working on 2 challenge quilts for a couple of small quilt groups.


    Beautiful fabric – would love to win it 🙂

  329. Paula P says:

    I have 2 quilt tops to quilt and a number of smaller projects to complete.

  330. Joyce Carter says:

    Awesome giveaway! Thank you so much.
    I have several UFO”s that need to be finished so I am hoping that I can get them done by the end of the year.

  331. Rhona says:

    I usually make a quilt top a week , I just got my bundle of swell christmas so I am cutting into that tomorrow, and I am making my niece 3 quilts for her daughters, they will be done within 2 weeks, thanks for chance, beautiful fabrics!

  332. Claudia says:

    I have a couple quilts I am putting binding on. I like to relax in the evening while I watch movies with my family.

  333. Denise Menge says:

    I’m working on a Black Panther quilt for my boyfriends nephew, a giraffe baby blanket for my cousin, and quilting a quilt top for a friend.

  334. Nichola Spoerl says:

    I plan on sewing the binding on one quilt, making a fabric Christmas tree and finishing a BOM square.

  335. peggyshea says:

    Trying to complete quilts for 3grandsons and my Mom

  336. Michele T says:

    I just finished hand quilting some doily placemats and next I’m going to cut fabric for a baby quilt.

  337. Fireside Quilter says:

    I’m making a weighted blanket/quilt for my daughter.

  338. Susan Nixon says:

    Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful package of gray! I’m hoping to finish a 5 yo UFO of Christmas trees, and a quilt started in October, called Suburbs. Either one can be done in a day, but it will take a month, at least. LOL

  339. Cheryl Strayer says:

    My quilting projects are finishing the quilts is I started last year!

  340. Pam Reim says:

    I think a few pouches & mug rugs will be it as I have just finished chemo. But I did get the modern snowflake pattern I would love to do.

  341. Jane Ramirez says:

    Trying to finish the family/wedding quilt I started almost 16 years ago before my husband & my 15th wedding anniversary!

  342. Karen says:

    I am in need of a larger quilt for my bed. These colors would be great to use in it. Thank you for the opportunity.

  343. Mary says:

    . 1 baby quilt
    . 1 embroidered pillow
    . 1 Japanese fabric quilted art piece

  344. Barbara S Pozek says:

    I am hoping to finish a project for my Geneology-loving distant cousin based on what we think our common ancestor’s home in West Virginia would have looked like.

  345. Patricia Smith says:

    Christmas pillows made with plaid wool.

  346. Debbie Ollanketo says:

    I want to make fabric Christmas stars

  347. Nancy Green says:

    I’m working to complete several unfinished projects so I can start 2020 with a clean slate.

  348. Cindy Brouillard says:

    I plan on finishing two twin size bed quilts from appliqué butterfly blocks.

  349. dk jackson says:

    My project is a mini applique wall hanging of Santa

  350. KimS says:

    One Christmas quilt to quilt and 2 to bind. Would love to make my daughters some pj’s with some yummy liberty of london fabric I have in my stash.

  351. Sue Dillon says:

    My new love…….grey

  352. Alice Brody says:

    Design an abstract piece using the hand painted fabric I’ve made recently.

  353. Helen O says:

    Hope to do a series of small quilt blocks to hang up for decorations.

  354. Debra Miller says:

    I started an improv pieced Christmas tree quilt that must be finished before Christmas! Sarah’s Pieceful Petals neutrals would make great backgrounds!

  355. Tecla Shaffer says:

    Im about to quilt a tessalating whirlygig larger than lap, smaller than twin quilt top. An awesome gnome table runner awaits quilting before the family Christmas. The most exciting is to help teach my 38yr old Daughter quilt her second quilt!

  356. mary mandernach says:

    I need to get some Christmas quilts done

  357. Suzanne Caflisch says:

    Before the end of the year I plan on finishing my “Confetti Landscape” piece started in class with Noriko Endo at Quilt Festival. Then I’m finishing a EPP Lion design by Violet Craft. If I’m lucky I also plan on making to FPP cardinals for cushions to gift. I’ll be joyfully busy! Happy holidays!!

  358. Wendy says:

    I have to redo a Christmas banner for church and try and get 6 quilts of valor quilted as well as working on two block exchanges from my quilt guild.

  359. Rachel says:

    Christmas?!?!?! I’m still working on my mom’s bday gift and her birthday was a few months ago!!

  360. Gabrielle Ryan says:

    I plan to finish several small gifts and a tree skirt. I also plan to work on a SAQA piece for a call to enter.

  361. Sabrina Drewry says:

    I’m trying to finish the back of a large twin size quilt. Then quilt that one and a matching one for my twin grandsons for Christmas! Love learning about these fabrics and techniques!

  362. Peggy DAdamo says:

    I have many plans! Just finished a baby quilt and want to do up some potholders and oven mitts ftom scraps as well as some fabric tubs, and a tote bag or two. Hope I make it! Sorry to miss the exhibit but I’m too far from WA.

  363. Judith Lawrance says:

    I plan to work on the hand applique borders on a quilt I have bern working on.:And I plan to continue hand quilting some blocks on a Splendid Sampler 2 quilt.

  364. Beatrice Kalle says:

    working on a cherry and chocolate quilt. I have the body done but need to do the borders.

  365. Betty Phillips says:

    In the next few days I will complete two quilt backs so I can take them along with the tops to the quilter.

  366. Helen Gyllstrom says:

    I will make some stuffed animals and felt holiday pillows. With any luck, thanksgiving weekend will be time for my holiday sewing.

  367. Sally Bowyer Chrisman says:

    Love four chances!! I’d love these gentle fabrics to mix with brighter shades.

  368. Kathy A says:

    I hope to finish a couple of Christmas wall hangings and a table runner. I may start a patriotic quilt and quilts for my grandsons.

  369. susan says:

    I have an old (1980s) quilt that a neighbor would like repaired. Lots of seams to be re-sewn!

  370. Maxine Reisenleiter says:

    Oh Boy!! I do love gray fabric and these choices are lovely. Okay, I’m trying to make 10 baby quilts before the end of the year. I donate them to a wonderful charity called Sharing Connections in Downers Grove, IL. They give them to women/babies in need. I presently have 5 done so you can see I have a long way to go.

  371. Cheryl S. says:

    I hope to finish a red and cream pieced applique and hand embroidery quilt and a tote bag for giving.

  372. Tierney says:

    What a lovely giveaway! I’m planning to squeeze in some quilted bags before the end of the year!

  373. mcrowin says:

    Finish things I started in the summer so I can have a fresh start in the new year.

  374. Pam Durant says:

    I need to get my sewjo back so I can finish two different wall hangings that I want to gift for Christmas Luckily they are small, so I might just make it.

  375. Janet says:

    Well, it was going to be one more applique block for “Rowdy Flat Library,” but I need the spot to put up my Christmas tree. Soooo, I think I will try and finish hand quilting my Baltimore Album.

  376. Marilyn Fite says:

    I have 3 Christmas ornaments, 2 wedding gifts, and a table runner to complete!

  377. Sandra Fong says:

    Binding left on a cuddle charity quilt for an adult and plan to sew a Minnie Mouse dress for my 2 year old granddaughter and a matching one for my second granddaughter that is due on Nov 12th, 2019.

  378. Jann Block says:

    Before the end of the year—4 placemats and 2 pot holders for one daughter, polar fleece booties for her husband, an eye glass case and 2 pot holders for the second daughter, plus binding on two quilts that are presently being machine quilted by a friend. I also want to begin a new quilt project with yukata fabric or other fabrics that I have purchased.

  379. Susan MacLeod says:

    I don’t have any quilting planned. I need to make a bunch of zippered pouches for gifts.

  380. Judy Hartwig says:

    I’m working on a quilt with scriptural blocks. It is in beige, blues, maroon, gold.

  381. Linda Raker says:

    I love the grays. That would be a wonderful prize!

  382. Nancy Gillooly says:

    Hand quilting a quilt for my granddaughter.

  383. Pat Hanna says:

    I hope to squeeze in some baskets (fabric) while I continue my longer-term project of piecing a queen size scrap quilt.

  384. Ruth Ann says:

    Lots of small Christmas gifts on my worktable. Mug rugs, table toppers, placemats and napkins. HO HO HO!

  385. Leland Burnham says:

    I’m making a throw size quilt for a cousin, finishing an applique picture quilt for a new baby and will make 2 small charity quilts for my quilt guild.

  386. Annabelle Hammer says:

    I’m trying to finish as many kid quilts as possible for the Project Linus Chapter I manage. I want to do donate, with other area quilters, to hospitals in Northern Virginia. I want kids who are in the hospitals during the holidays to have something special to comfort them. -Annabelle Hammer, Project Linus Fairfax County Chapter, Virginia.

  387. margo elaine clyma says:

    A bedspread quilt and coordinating curtains are on my list of to-dos. I have started the cutting process – but the time will be tight. .

  388. Nancy R says:

    I very much need to complete a baby blanket for a new nephew that will be arriving in December. Sounds easy enough, but with a 5 month old puppy at home I’m founding it impossible to squeeze in the sewing time lately.

  389. Kathryn says:

    I have three lap or throw sized tops that I would like to machine quilt before the end of the year.

  390. margo elaine clyma says:

    I have a bedspread quilt and coordinating curtains to complete by the end of the year. Hope I make it.

  391. Lottie Smith says:

    I plan to clear my design wall of “in progress” projects; Rachael’s fiddle and The garden calls: Also, will spend time with design work on some hand-dyed images of animals and flowers.

  392. Kathryn says:

    I have three lap or throw sized quilts I would like to machine quilt before the end of the year.

  393. Annette Moore says:

    I plan on finishing 7 woolie trees and a lap size courthouse steps quilt. Thanks for the chance to win those beautiful fabrics.

  394. MARY KEASLER says:

    I am currently finishing up charity quilts using up my scraps and some fat quarters as well as using thrifted men’s shirts. My friends and I have completed over 26 quilts since August and will be donating them to the local family and children’s services program.

  395. TANYA WYATT says:

    I have plans to squeeze in some gift projects such as table linens and bags, and finally bind some of my almost-finished quilts.

  396. My sister has asked me to make her 30 furoshiki for a presentation she will give in Honolulu in 2020. So I need to learn how to do a rolled hem on 36” square pieces of fabric.

  397. edie says:

    I need to get a Dresden plate lap robe done for my sis in law who has cancer and several Christmas embroidery ornaments plus some wool projects….probably impossible to fulfill all my plans!!!

  398. Sonia says:

    Working on some small projects achievable by Christmas.

  399. Linda says:

    I have 3 of 4 Christmas quilts made for my 4 kids. Last one being quilted so there’s time. I hope. Meanwhile the fam has gathered on the Ca coast to scatter my Mom’s ashes. No quilting this weekend.
    Wonderful pic of Kitty who fostered her love of Japanese fabric within us all. I knew her as a newly recognized artist at Paducah when she lived in Lake Almanor, Ca.

  400. Kay Clark says:

    I have several kits that have been waiting my attention, one quilt from Rob Appel with Missouri Star to finish, and a Laura Heine collage to have fun with.

  401. Elizabeth Cooperrider says:

    My wedge curve quilt that I started in a workshop with Sherry Lyn Wood and a quilt for my sister.

  402. Michelle M Harrison says:

    I hope to finish some wool felt ornaments and work on a TILDA Santa Claus.

  403. Maren Larsen says:

    Thanks for this opportunity

  404. Hilda Krebs says:

    I love your give away’s

  405. Catherine Jaquith says:

    I am going to use fabric from a vintage silk kimono that was given to me in 1974. I have held on to this silk kimono all that time and just recently took it apart to create something new.

  406. Bill Keller says:

    I have a baby quilt, a Free Wheeling Single Girl quilt and the normal home made gifts to make.

  407. Suzanne E Adler says:

    I have to make some table runners for gifts — and some coasters too! Love that grey fabrics — just beautiful.

  408. Carole Brower says:

    I have three charity quilts to complete (and yes Auriful is my go-to thread) before our guild December holiday party when we distribute these quilts to various local Monterey California charity groups and celebrate and give thanks and be grateful for another amazing year!

  409. Marlene says:

    i have a Christmas Quilt that is my top priority right now. Next in line is the inserted curves piece I made in September at Patricias workshop!

  410. MONA says:

    First, I have to finish a couple of Christmas gifts. My second project is my Jen Kingwell quilt that I’m doing with two other quilters (which we’re almost done.) And, working on my Curves quilt with the fabrics I got from Okan Arts! ⛩ Those are my goals till the end of the year!

  411. Heather Hoof says:

    Working on tea and mug cozies, some pencil cases and a baby quilt.

  412. Donna says:

    I have 4 charity quilts to finish before the end of the year, they are all scrappy and will be easy to accomplish. By the way, I love, love, love the gray fabrics!!

  413. Abby says:

    I am trying to squeeze in finishing a new quilt for our bed, not just before the end of the year but before it gets bitter cold! And we’ve already had a taste of the cold.

  414. Kathrin says:

    Thanks for the great opportunity to win the prizes.
    On my list to finish before year’s end is one if those tops Carole is referring to right above. I am also participating in a challenge and it’s only been a concept thus far, I need to actually make the quilt. And there are always a few small quilted gifts to make.

  415. Becky Good says:

    I’d like to squeeze in a bright quilt for my daughter as a gift.

  416. Ginnie Hebert says:

    I’m hoping to sort through my recently deceased stepdad’s shirts—for future quilt making.

  417. Sarah Ahlgren says:

    I’m going to try and finish up a couple of bags for gifts … wish me luck, because time is running out faster than I have hours to sew!

  418. Donna Mori-Campbell says:

    I am trying to finish a belated wedding gift and 2 Christmas gift!‍♀️

  419. I am headed out of the country for the month of December so I’ve decided not to stress myself out with last-minute finishes. The plan is to hit the ground running in January and enjoy my projects as they present themselves to me.

  420. Roxann Burns says:

    Finish 2 baby quilts and one throw…quilting them myself

  421. Kathleen Flanagan says:

    I plan on finishing the three quilts I started this summer, quilted and bound!!!

  422. Meg Brotnov says:

    Finishing a water bottle carrier and planning place mats for the table

  423. Susan Eddie says:

    My projects to complete before the end of the year are a quilt for my mom comprised of dad’s shirts he wore before he passed, and a custom quilt for a friend with de la luna Tula Pink fabrics (top is done) and a wall hanging out of same fabrics for her office (still designing this one), and two panel quilts for our Hope for the Holidays gifts at work. Happy Holidays everyone!

  424. Monte Farris says:

    I will be working on a baby quilt for a first time mom who is in her late thirties and didn’t think she would be able to conceive. Such a blessing!

  425. Becca says:

    I’m going to be quilting my newborn baby grandson’s quilt. I’ve already given him his wall hanging for his nursery. I’m hoping to finish quilting a little Christmas quilt and start a quilt for my brother. I’m also working on some quilted cross stitch project bags.

  426. Elizabeth Garber says:

    I plan to machine quilt 3 tops for charity quilts

  427. Signe says:

    COMPLETION of a wool applique quilt. Started long ago but now will be a a series of wall hanging blocks!

  428. Joanne Margaret Batchelor says:

    I am working on 2 farm animal quilt wallhangings for grandchildren; one applique japanese wallhanging for home staging; one gee bends wallhanging for me; binding for 2 flannel quilts for children; and if I have time a contemporary flying geese for staging. Just came from a 4 day retreat where I got started on all these projects, but Christmas is only about a month away!!!

  429. Jerry Turner says:

    Christmas is around the corner. Got to finish those runner and place mat gifts.

  430. Barbara Bullard says:

    I have two quilting projects I hope to finish by the end of the year. The first is free motion quilting on a wall hanging I am making. This wall hanging is made with fabric I designed myself and had printed at Spoonflower. The second project I need to start from scratch- with machine embroidered Christmas trees. Hope to get it all in.

  431. Melissa Robinson says:

    I would love to quilt and bind my quilt top.

  432. Brenda C says:

    I have been to several quilting retreats and have come home with blocks. My goal is to try and stay focused and get these blocks into tops, ready for quilting. The prize fabrics are beautiful – so soft and soothing. Thank you for a chance to win!

  433. Trudi Sommerfield says:

    I am working on a tree skirt for my godchild. I am hoping to have it done before Christmas for use this year.

  434. Vicky says:

    I am hoping to make a wall hanging for the bedroom, but will probably end up making some gifts for the grandkids…which I love to do, hope I can do both.

  435. Nancy says:

    I have two quilts that are not pieced yet that must be completely finished by Christmas. But I have 3 more that must be finished by early February for our quilt show!

  436. kazumi says:

    Working on 2 black and white quilts.

  437. Sylvia Montgomery says:

    Finish quilting a queen size that’s halfway quilted. Quilt a Christmas tree wall hanging and a baby quilt. And, continue piecing a kaleidoscope ufo that I said I would complete this year. 🙂 I think I might run out of days before I run out of projects to complete by 31 December.

  438. Jane Mobra says:

    I sew everyday. I’m trying to finish 3 quilts before Christmas and I have countless tops in various levels of completion and many more in the closet that need to be quilted. I ❤️ quilting.

  439. Mary Holshouser says:

    Years ago I made some placemats
    of Santa’s face. They’ve been used
    a lot and need to be replaced, I
    still have the pattern and it won’t
    take long to get them made – just
    need to go pick out the materials.
    thanks for the offer of some
    wonderful prints and great thread.

  440. Mary Lou Fuller says:

    I plan to finish the Night Sky pattern I have been working on. I am making this for a Japanese exchange student I had in 1980. Yuko lives in the USA now and we keep in touch and she is like my daughter.

  441. Michelle D says:

    Finishing a collage quilt from an August class and completing the binding on my flower garden haiku quilt.

  442. Judy Valentino says:

    I have a quilt for charity auction in the works and 3 quilts that need to be done before Christmas!

  443. J M A says:

    Plan to make quilted tree ornaments and quilted tote bags to hold Christmas gifts for family members.

  444. Mickeybb says:

    A minimal house project, I hope.
    PS thanks fr thread tip!

  445. Jean M Gerretsen says:

    Finishing a Christmas stocking I started many years ago for my youngest son, making a wool project for friends, and maybe 2 small quilt projects.

  446. Barbaraben says:

    I’m going to finish a quilt for a friend who will be going through another round of chemo plus a bundle of potholders for friends. Anything else that I can finish will be a bonus.

  447. Bobbie M says:

    Thankfully I have most of my Christmas presents done. Though I would like to make a set of four placemats and a couple of tote bags. That shouldn’t be too strenuous.

  448. Mrs F I White says:

    2 Christmas throws for the back of the settees. 1 Table runner with Christmas Gnomes pattern from( Norway). And if that isn’t enough 4 Christmas Cushion Covers. Phew . Frankie

  449. Joanne Corbitt says:

    I have 2 quilts to bind, quilt and complete a pillow, make 2table toppers, and several microwave bowels. If time make a tree skirt and placemats

  450. Jennifer says:

    Finish as many of the abandoned quilt tops (piecing, binding) that time allows

  451. Teri says:

    I’m hoping to finish table runner and some Christmas stockings plus a baby quilt.

  452. Carol Costenbader says:

    I am making Christmas gifts for relatives and friends: checker board games, bowl cozies and ornaments.

    I love Sarah’s neutral collection of grays.

  453. Terri Medwed says:

    I am going to finish my hour glass quilt!
    It was part of a workshop that I took in October!

  454. I have a wool Sue Spargo design quilt. Don’t know how to approach quilting it.

  455. Ann Milne says:

    I just finished cutting up all my scraps into useable squares and intend to make a scrap quilt for our Christmas show and tell.

  456. Barbara Dahl says:

    I always have too many projects to finish… but my mood tells me which to work on next. The journey is joyful! I quilt the smaller ones but send out the larger tops. Right now I’m working on a seaside scene with pilings and a pelican. Fun!

  457. Roberta DesRoches says:

    I`m loving the curves and the Marcus fabrics.

  458. Sherrie Gwyn smith says:

    I’m finishing designing a block of the month pattern teaching different quilting techniques and trying to get the sample tops done for the stores, whew! I love your posts and look forward to getting them. Thanks

  459. Christine Schultz says:

    My sister in law’s birthday is in November. I just found out that she is looking for a new tree skirt. So I told my brother that I am going to make her one for her b’day/Xmas present. Purchased a beautiful border print to use in it, but it’ll be mostly red and white; a feathered star.

  460. Dawn F. says:

    I have a quilt to bind. Would be great to finish as the weather turns colder!

  461. Kristin S-D says:

    I want to finish quilting a table topper for our new daughter-in-law, plus a donation quilt and various gifts for the holidays!

  462. Denise Thomas says:

    My big quilting challenge is constructing a Grainline Tamarack jacket that involves quilting the layers together before sewing the pieces together.

  463. says:

    Short of a trip to Japan, I would love to win your beautiful Japanese inspired prints; especially as they are mostly blue.

  464. Jean GB says:

    I have a quilt to finish for my next door neighbor. I take care of their cat and they take care of my house when gone. Found some cool cat fabric at Missouri Star when I was there. I’m suppose to make Hidie Houses for my Granddaughter’s guinea pigs. And I want to finish a winter coat I started for myself. I think that’s enough.

  465. Sue Brewer says:

    I have a label to sew on one quilt and a Christmas Mystery. Don’t really want to start anything else just now. After Christmas will begin a new project.

  466. Anne Redens says:

    I’m going to finish my two Creative Curves projects that I started in Patricia’s final workshop in LaConner. I’m so glad I found Okan Arts & was able to attend her wonderful seminar! Thank you!

  467. Teresa Ruch says:

    In Dec I plan on doing some short/small stitch studies and I have some clock parts calling my name. The gears are wanting to appear on fabric maybe with beads. These pieces would make nice accents. Subtle pattern to play off of.

  468. Nancy Mccartney says:

    I am making pillowcases and tea towels for all!

  469. melissa sherrow says:

    Finishing up a quilt and 2 bags to make! And I’m almost out of thread!

  470. Lu says:

    I’m finishing a flannel charity quilt then go through my UFO’s for my next project.

  471. Dell F says:

    I have started to gather fabrics with greys, maybe all together the curved piecing with splashes of some brights would work?!

  472. LOLLY SCHIFFMAN says:

    I’m going to keep plugging away at all the projects I’m doing now. Nothing new. Getting a few projects to completion would be great.

  473. Debbie Smith says:

    I’m doing a quilt for a friend with a broken ankle, a baby girl quilt for another friend, bindings on 2 baby boy quilts, & a charity quilt for women with gynecological cancer. Guess I’d better get busy, huh?

  474. Elizabeth Clark says:

    I am joining the rows on a twin-sized quilt and should be able to get it quilted by December.

  475. Barbara A says:

    I’m working on a pineapple quilt for my granddaughter, lots of scary curves, and would like to get started on a small quilt for serving tea.
    Also i love this fabric!

  476. Kris Koponen says:

    Just about done with a Great Blue Heron Quilt for my mother-in-laws (last Sept) 80 birthday! Late but made with lots of love. Then time to design a moon and star quilt for a new grand baby due date Dec 20th. Peace be with all….

  477. judymc says:

    I am making a Christmas quilt for my granddaughter that is getting married today! The quilt will ,hopefully, be finished this Christmas.

  478. Cherie says:

    I’m lucky enough to not have anything in the “must be done by …” category this season. So the plan is to tackle my UFO pile. I hope to get 2 or 3 out and on their way.

  479. Lorrie says:

    I’m going to attempt a quilted runner for my microwave. I’m a novice. Start small.

  480. Plan to make 3 lap quilts for friends in personal care home Bible Study group, one of whom is 106 years old.

  481. Laraine Salmon says:

    Would like to finish several UFO’s, but concentrating on being ready for our December Guild meeting where we display all the quilts we are donating to a Women’s Shelter and Foster Care youngsters.

  482. Candy Mooney says:

    I plan on making a Christmas stocking for a great granddaughter, finish an art quilt of my son and daughter in laws beloved Golden Retriever who recently crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Then I begin making two T-shirt quilts.

  483. Glenna C Denman says:

    I am finishing a Jinny Beyer BOM, Cosmos, that my husband loves and I had put aside to work on other projects. I’ve decided to put his interests above the rest of the family and get this one done for him to enjoy..

  484. Mary Bradshaw says:

    Have 4 quilts quilted and just need to bind them. Then to finish more of my PHD (projects half done)

  485. Lyndalee Korn says:

    I have a blue island themed quilt for a retirement quilt that I’m starting to free motion quilt. It’s a gift. I also have a king size Japanese sampler spread that I’ll custome quilt. It will be a challenge.

  486. Beth Schnellenberger says:

    Currently, I’m working on a quilt to take to a family in the Dominican Republic. I got it basted today. I’m hoping to get it quilted and bound.

  487. Susan Leonard says:

    Last December I finished a quilt to honor my son who died of a drug overdose. This year I will begin a quilt to honor my foster mom who died at age 100 a few days ago.

  488. Marsha says:

    I have two partially sewn quilt tops, three cut out, and fabric pressed and waiting to be cut for another. I just hope to make some progress before anymore inspiration comes along.

  489. Juliana teixeira says:

    My boy went to uni this September – I didn’t finish his quilt in time! In my defence, he went a whole year early. And I have to finish our guild Christmas in November challenge. Tick, tock, tick, tock. Beautiful set of fabric and thread by the way

  490. Debora says:

    I am making a quilt to raise money for a refugee family my church adopted earlier this year.

  491. Sheri says:

    On the night before Christmas
    My hubby’s heron quilt will be done
    And I can start thinking of what to do
    With the beautiful quiet neutrals I’ve won!!
    (I hope … on both accounts.)

  492. Cheryl Braswell says:

    Of course- something christmasie to hang on my office wall. this year a holly wreath made from a mix of green batiks. The folks I work with love to come in and see what I’ve put up each season.

  493. Marcy Polsky says:

    I am making a pineapple quilt using up all my scraps to limit waste on our environment and also experimenting with scrap fabric and yarn using water soluble stabilizer as part of my quilt.

  494. Ayesha says:

    Hi! Thank you for hosting such a wonderful giveaway! I’m currently working on my first quilt project, a 9-patch quilt with sashing between each 9-patch block; I plan to finish it before the end of the year. Also, I plan to squeeze in a flannel baby quilt for donation by the end of the year. For the flannel baby quilt, I’d like to try using the Hachi Quilt Manifesto (from East Meets West Quilts by Patricia Belyea) to guide me. Thank you for featuring her book; I loved seeing the designs that weren’t included and reading more about the author/designer. Thank you again for the FANTASTIC giveaway! Enjoy your weekend!

  495. CyndyL says:

    Trying to get a quilt finished so my granddaughter can use it as a Raffle Quilt to help pay for her Schools Orchestra trip.

  496. Jeanette Schurr says:

    A quilt for my brother using Harley Davidson and car/truck fabrics, Also on going Sashiko project.

  497. Linda McLaughlin says:

    I’ll finish up the quilt I have started and will be doing some other sewing, most not exactly quilt related.

  498. Barbara Reifsnider says:

    I have two quilts in mind for some dear friends who have helped us out during the last eight months. My husband has been dealing with an infection and they both have done anything we needed. A quilt is the only thing I can think of to thank them for their kindnesses. Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful prize.

  499. Marlene Schurr says:

    Working with my sister on a quilt for my brother.

  500. marty says:

    hoping to repurpose some older clothing into random stripes for quilt top. Hoping.

  501. Jean Bailey says:

    I am quilting a baby quilt and some UFO’s

  502. tinakaye S says:

    I’ve been making holiday napkins but want tp try and squeeze in a few table runners as well

  503. Pip D. says:

    Alterations for me before quilting. Two quilts await piecing.

  504. Rosalie says:

    I found a few coordinating blocks today and plan to make a tablerunner. Also found a couple of tree blocks and will make a Christmas and winter wall hanging. Hopefully also work on some red and white blocks for a sampler.

    Love the soft gray fabric and of course Aurifil is the best! Thanks for a chance to win.

  505. sgrehome says:

    First up is catch-up on an in-the-hoop quilt BOM by – Japanese-themed embroidered hexies and Sashiko-style quilting. Then catch-up on a monthly challenges in two modern quilting groups.

  506. Charlotte Key says:

    I need to quilt my son’s quilt which I have been putting off because I don’t like to do the embroidery part.

  507. Joan says:

    We (a group of five quilting friends) have made 26 quilts, since July, to give to our local Family and Children’s Services, specifically children who are aging out of foster care and elderly in need. We feel blessed in our lives and want to give back, it has given us all a renewed enthusiasm and purpose.

  508. Barbara Lotthammer says:

    Just got four quilts back from quilter now just have to get the binding on them.

  509. Carol Dempsey says:

    Entry for fall qiveaway…
    I will add bindings to a flannel baby quilt (a gift) and a vintage kimono-silk wall quilt (for me!) Other quilting and bindings COULD happen, but the first two projects are must-dos.

  510. Angela J Short says:

    Hope to finish lap quilt. Enjoy your day!! 🙂 🙂 angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  511. Angela VE says:

    I have an advent calendar and a bOM

  512. Julie T says:

    I am really trying hard to finish up the last applique panel on Stars & Sprigs quilt by Kim McClean. I have been workin on and off on it for about 7 years. I have finished getting all the 81 blocks that comprise the body of the quilt squared.. Three of the 4 applique borders are finished. Now I just need to finish the last 1/3 of the 4th applique border ND PUT IT ALL TOGETHER. pHEW!! Happy Thanksgiving!

  513. Jean Ruger says:

    I pieced a top for my son after he chose the pattern (modern) and colors. Now I’m ready to quilt it! Also making some bowl cozies and small purses for gifts.

  514. Barbara Diaczynsky says:

    I use gray thread, it blends with most fabric

  515. Stephanie Braskey says:

    I have one secret project to complete before Christmas and these would be the perfect fabrics!

  516. Ann G. says:

    I have 3 pieces that need to be finished…I’m hopeful it will happen.

  517. Edith M Dunn says:

    1. Small wool lap quilt for my husband made from old Pendleton bathrobe of his and his father.
    2. Small hanging of an exploding Texas star, for her January wedding in her home state of Texas( wish me luck this is improvised) but she is a free spirit and artist.
    3. Log cabin neutrals quilt using variety of thrifted linens and some wonderful Italian linen I found at Britney in San Francisco. A gift for my daughter.
    4. Continue but not finish my challenge of 1 hour maximum free play with scraps on a 12 1/2” muslin square (I have a stack by my machine) which is my meditation.
    I doubt all will be finished by December 31, but I love setting out my intention on my favorite quilt blog!

  518. Sarah S says:

    Finally found the blocks for my son and daughter-in-law’s wedding quilt. They are on deployment but it will be fun to come up with a design she likes so I can put it together. Lots of pictures to be sent to get it right!

  519. Cheryl Lanfear says:

    One quilt to finish for my son.

  520. Wendy Fullmer says:

    I will be finishing up a large wall hanging to be used at my church as a fundraiser for women’s ministries.

  521. Jo says:

    I’m really excited about finishing a “farmyard” quilt for my 2-year-old great grandson.

  522. Jeri Eva Zintgraff says:

    I’m planning some Christmas sewing, potholders, and bags. maybe a quilt! I love these soft colors, should complement many of the fabric in my stash. and yes, I love aurifil thread.

  523. Kathleen Dalecio says:

    I’m hoping to complete an 80″ square sofa cuddle quilt for a special couple’s Christmas gift. I’m just beginning to square-up & trim my HSTs. Have a long way to go…
    The Peaceful Petals fabric & lovely gray Aurifil thread make an awesome prize bundle! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  524. Maryanne James says:

    I am trying to finish a mosaic quilt for my best friend so I can give it to her for Christmas. Easier said than done since this is a bit more intensive than I had anticipated! But I’m giving it my best shot!

  525. Denise says:

    I need to finish a good bye quilt for friends who have moved away. Using pictures of iconic scenes of our area and their house. (Photographer gave me permission to use his pictures)

  526. diane says:

    if not too exhausted from cancer radiation treatments I want to finish a double sided quilt for y neighbor for the holidays for invaluable helping me through this horrid time, her inspiration and caring nurtured me along and I want to show this in the quilt.

  527. Lynn Haia says:

    I plan on finishing a quilt. I call it my “Tahluhlah Quilt.” It was started a few years ago at Joe Cummingham’s retreat with Patricia outside of Seattle. I am finishing with big stitch quilting, which I am loving to do. It is a gift for my husband this Christmas.

  528. Caroline Emmons says:

    I would love to finish a quilt for my grandson.

  529. Annette S says:

    I’m too pragmatic to start a quilt project right now. Have my eye on the new year. Love the fabric neutrals. And a big fan of Aurifil. Thanks for a chance.

  530. Jackie Stevens says:

    I have one quilt to finish and six appliqué blocks to prep. Thanks for a blog I enjoy.

  531. Laura Hydeman says:

    I am going to finish a large log cabin block quilt that I’ve been fighting with. I will win.

  532. Nancy Mikula says:

    Very beautiful fabrics! I am sewing the binding on my berry garden quilt, finishing a batik quilt with a boating theme and will quilt and bind a pinwheel quilt.

  533. Sylvia Dresser says:

    Need to finish up a t shirt quilt for my son, and then work on a project I began in a class with Kaffe Fassett.

  534. Barbara McGinley says:

    I hope to complete a wall hanging and matching handmade doll for my grown daughter for Christmas!

  535. Debra DeShazor says:

    I am going to start some quilted potholder sets from Christmas fat quarters for Christmas gifts.

  536. Terrie says:

    I’m currently doing free motion quilting (FMQ) on a simple, modern Asian quilt and will squeeze in quilting a modern hexie flower quilt as well as a birthday quilt for my sister-in-law before the end of the year. Gorgeous fabrics – – I’d love to win and thank you for the opportunity to win!

  537. Barbara Davies says:

    I bought a Sea Life/S. Pippin Sashiko quilt top kit and intend to take the squares with me to the many gatherings where I will work the squares while chatting with friends, then do my best to stitch them all together by the year’s end. I will use one of our local long-arm quilters to do the final honors. Then off it will go to new baby Hayes Pepper in Colorado, to wait for him to grow into it.

  538. mvjan says:

    As usual, I have a backlog of tops that need quilting; I’m hoping to complete a couple of those tops this year. I love the fabrics in this month’s giveaway.

  539. Diane Michal says:

    I hope to finish my Spotted More Paper BOM designed by Zen Chic. Just have block 12 to do and the I get to put it together! I have several quilts to be gifted that need labels. Dare I sneak in a new project to start? Only time will tell!

  540. Jodi Gradolph says:

    I’m finishing the piecing on a Stargazer quilt and hope to complete it in time for Christmas. Maybe I’ll do a Christmas table runner if time permits. So many quilting projects, so little time!

  541. Jenny Zak says:

    I’m making two kids quilts for Christmas presents!

  542. Sharon Morris says:

    I’m working on a chicken blanket, table runner, placemats, and a one block wonder, and two baby quilts (but those are my 2 year projects)…too many things!

  543. Marlyene Schwartz says:

    I have four pair of jams to make for grandkids, but I am working on an indigo curved piece and I am going to try to insert some curves ito it! It is mostly yukata cotton, as well as, some Japanese indigo pieces; each block will have one piece in a red and white yukata! i am also finishing the big stitching on a mini made of lots of tiny pieces! Happy Holidays to everyone!!

  544. Jennifer C says:

    I have 2 baby quilts I must get done! This will be interesting…

  545. Jennifer C says:

    I have 2 baby quilts to get done! This will be interesting.

  546. Nicole Sender says:

    The quilting projects that I am planning to squeeze in before the end of the year are Christmas stockings for my grand kids!

  547. Karen says:

    Quilting two tops for Quilts for Kids before the end of the year is my goal!

  548. Robin E Fox says:

    Hi, I HOPE to finish two kaleidoscope quilts and hope to start my Klimt guilt with the beautiful Hoffman collection. And a few gift chef aprons. Happy Holidays, Everyone!

  549. Patricia Hamilton says:

    With such serene colors, this collection would make a beautiful quilt. Love, love love it

  550. Cindy K says:

    I’m working on a quilt I started last spring. I got everything done except the borders, then had to put it aside for work. I’m back at it and should have it done in a few days.

  551. Laura Buchanan says:

    I am trying to finish a quilt for my niece!

  552. suzanne guthrie says:

    2 projects to complete this month, a small landscape inspired by a photograph and a red and white miniature utilizing shared red fabrics and including a star. Deadlines are a motivator to complete projects!

  553. Anni Hudson says:

    I plan to make two baby quilts, a quilted cat mat and a queen size quilt for my daughter as a Christmas present! Thank you for the lovely giveaway opportunity!

  554. Anna G says:

    I wouldn’t mind finishing my husband’s Christmas present from last year…

  555. Kathy E. says:

    I am hoping to complete 2 holiday table runners for my children this year. They both have new homes to display them in!
    duchick at gmail dot com

  556. Janet McDonald says:

    I participated in two Round Robin groups this year and now I need to quilt the finished tops.

  557. Pam S says:

    I’m going to squeeze in a few zipper pouches for Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric!

  558. Lynne Woods says:

    Finish two borders on the hand applique snowmen quilt for my grandson, then quilt it! I can do it!!

  559. Barb K says:

    I am finishing up a mystery quilt (joining the rows), and I plan to make a Christmas table topper. Love your fabrics and thanks for a chance in the giveaway!!

  560. barbara burke says:

    I am sixty five years old.
    About five years ago (thanks to social media) I was able to find my first grade teacher from Salem, Oregon.
    She is a very energetic eighty two year old. I am hoping to finish a quilt project for her and to get it off by Christmas.

  561. Therese P. says:

    I’m learning how to sew in zippers while making cute multi-use pooches to give to family and friends.
    Finishing a number of Christmas table runners and maybe making napkins with my new beginner serger.

  562. Susan says:

    I am planning on starting a Hoop sisters Giraffe wallhanging and also working on a filler free motion sampler.

  563. Cathie G says:

    I’m working on A dozen embroidered ornaments I’ll be giving away. Thanks for the ongoing inspiration!

  564. Cathie G says:

    I’m working on embroidering a dozen ornaments to give as gifts.

  565. Paula Morgan says:

    I have 5 quilts to bind, one quilt to tie( no time to have quilted ) and bind; plus one t-shirt quilt as you go and bind. What I want to squeeze in….3 table runners for family dinner!!!

  566. Debbie Olson says:

    I have a quilt top up on the wall calling my name to get it quilted. I have the batting and backing so I just need to get it done. Once I do that it will be my first quilt completely done by me on my own!!

  567. carol denning says:

    Sliding or sledding into the holidaze > I am planning on several scarves to finish as gits.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  568. Betsy Langberg says:

    Make progress on the final overdue college quilt for a friend!

  569. Robin says:

    I would like to finish a photo-inspired art quilt of my son that I started several years ago.

  570. Lana says:

    My end of year goal is to finish 2 baby quilts for a brand new set of twins in the family. And maybe…. a Christmas table runner.

  571. Carol Johnson says:

    My daughter’s birthday is near the end of November. Yesterday, she and I attended a quilt show where we purchased fabric to make two quilts for her. I would love to be able to finish one for her Christmas present this year. The soothing colors of this collection will be perfect for a New Year’s project after the frenzy of Christmas. How sad to say that when Christmas is to celebrated the birth of the Prince of Peace.

  572. Cheryl P says:

    I recently found your website and what a treasure! I have a lot to catch up on, but I’m pacing myself….not too much rich candy at once. Thank you.

  573. Krystyna Swirydczuk says:

    so many ideas, so little time!!!

  574. Kathi says:

    I have six small embroidered and quilted totes to complete

  575. Since I run a community quilting project, I have 56 UFO’s neatly organized in boxes and dated. So today, I will pick the oldest one and start the process of trying to remember what I was doing 6 years ago with the project. It often takes a whole day to reconstruct where I was. I will also finish the big year end quit the quilting project makes each year for exhibition next year.

  576. Millissa Masters says:

    I’m hoping to quilt my neutral antelope canyon but I need to decide whether I will finish it as a quilt or a down comforter cover. Then of course there will be the charity quilt and some table runner gifts.

  577. Susan ACEVEDO says:

    I’ve got bindings on three queen/king quilts that are Christmas presents and i need to make a xmas tree skirt foe my daughter… as well as finishing a lap quilt for my sofa ..its from Paula nadelstern,s Christmas line of fabric. Si ill be very busy!

  578. Vicki in MN says:

    I need/want to make a purse and a quilt before the holidays.

  579. Barbara Daugherty says:

    Need to finish a quilt for young granddaughter for her new “big girl” bed.

  580. Mary DAVIS says:

    Some pillowcases for my nieces and nephews, a quilt for a great niece and a couple of double sided flannel baby blankets and some more quilty tree blocks and 1 sprots fleece blanket cutting fabrics for the next set of great niece quilts. Yes I am gonna be quite busy. 🙂 🙂

  581. Jeanne-Marie Lane says:

    Finish two baby quilts and make it to La Conner on Nov 23!

  582. Pat Davies says:

    Happy November! I went in my sewing closet at the end of October and lined up all my projects I would like to get done by Xmas! A dinosaur quilt for my grandson, a unicorn Quilt for my granddaughter and several Xmas runners, which is what I will be doing to get this all finished in time! Lol! Happy Sewing everyone!

  583. Katherine Simonton says:

    I have 3 throw quilt commissions as well as 1 full size Tshirt quilt all ideally to be done by Christmas -plus small handmade gifts for 4 friends. Will be frantic but think I can do it. LOVE the giveaway fabrics! Katie

  584. Lucy B. says:

    Alas, a move coming up and I must pack up my sewing studio. No more projects this year.

  585. JoAnn Hoffman says:

    I am digging up quilt projects that have nothing to do with my quilt business. One is a quilt from Modern Designs for Classic Quilts book and the other is the “Feathers” pattern from The Pattern Basket. I am looking forward to spending time with my girlfriends from Hill City at the Passionate Quilters Retreat at Outlaw Ranch in Custer, SD. We eat, laugh, sew, share and do it all over again and again for four days. I can’t wait. I completely forget about the outside world and get a mental break vacation. And it is only 20 minutes from my house. We quilt in a barn in the middle of the forest in the Black Hills. Absolutely stunning.

  586. Barbara Mars says:

    I will be on a 5 day retreat next month and hope to finish binding two quilts and make a few small quilted table runners for Christmas gifts.

  587. Pam Piscitelli says:

    I need to finish two gift quilts for Christmas but if I’m lucky one will be finished by Valentines Day!

  588. Kathy Weyenberg says:

    I am going to make a tree skirt for our Christmas Tree.

  589. Quilting Tangent says:

    Continue to learn to sew on a machine, instead of by hand. Cutting with a rotary cutter, instead of scissors.

  590. Melody Srygley says:

    I’ve been married 47 years and finally ordered the fabric & pattern for a tree skirt. The day before my husband informed me that he will no longer be putting up a Christmas tree.

  591. Sandra H. says:

    I have a few more Christmas ornaments and place mats to finish up before Christmas but after that I can work on my own quilt and relax!

  592. Ginny says:

    Have four projects going and I hope to finish all of them by the end next month. We will see , but each one is in the final stages and I think I can do it.

  593. Margaret-Ann Ashton says:

    Before Christmas this year I plan to make at least one Seasonal themed wall hanging as a gift for our daughter and husband and if possible squeeze out another from the prints left over. I bought a Christmas panel of animals in the snow that will have a busy border of flying geese and small squares made from matching fabrics.
    I am a new participant on the Okan Arts blog and love every article. When we next come to Seattle my goal is to make an appointment to visit the shop.
    Margaret Ann Ashton

  594. Birgit Knuth says:

    I plan in making a few byannie Clam Up pouches for this holiday giveaway session. Lovely giveaway, thanks for the opportunity.

  595. Carol Thomas says:

    A Christmas table runner, wool Appliqué table mat, two donation quilts and my entry into my guild’s Quilt show. Not as bad as it seems, most are in the works or near completion.

  596. Loretta Myers says:

    I’m not going to be able to start a project before the holidays, but if I am one of the lucky ones to receive the fabric & thread, I will make a quilt with the won fabric plus the Japanese fabric that has been aging in my stash for a very long time!!

  597. Lydia Reading says:

    Will attempt to stabilize a 45 yr old Grandmothers flower garden quilt top so it can finally be made into a quilt.

    • Ann Gessert says:

      I’m just now finishing an art quilt for my niece and her partner——for their wedding 2 years ago. Just a slow process, but I”m very happy with it.

  598. Maryanne Dochter says:

    I hope to finish a Christmas quilt of course!

  599. gale w. s. says:

    I have several quilty gifts to make for friends.

  600. Karen Scribner says:

    For a challenge in one of my quilt guilds, I am finishing up projects that I started last year. I have several small quilts that need to be layered quilted and bound.

  601. Carol Kuse says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win such beautiful fabric and great thread.
    I’m hoping to get a wall hanging of snowmen for my daughter-in-law who collects snowmen done before Christmas. Still looking for ideas for the pattern.

  602. Laurayne Badenoch says:

    I hope to piece two Christmas quilt tops and sew up twenty small but mighty gifts by the end of the month, with more gifts on tap for the beginning of December.

  603. Dena Omar says:

    I’m still trying to finish a BOM I started two years ago. Maybe it’s time?

  604. Mlu says:

    I have two tops for our charity groups ready to quilt. I just need to piece those backs and find some batting.

  605. Kristin E says:

    I just bought a ruler and book on quilting with rulers, so I’m trying to learn ruler quilting on my domestic machine. Hopefully, that will allow me to quilt a few tops before the holidays.

  606. Laura Freeman says:

    I have lots of quilting and regular sewing to get done prior to Christmas. Bibs, table runners, quilted purses and tote bags, and two lap quilts.

  607. Gretchen Corbett says:

    I’m squeezing in a couple of quick (hopefully) quilts for my nephews for Christmas. I’m looking forward to some “me” quilting after the holidays.

  608. Kay Thompson says:

    I plan to get a T-shirt quilt for my son-in-law finished by his 40th birthday In mid-December.

  609. Sheila Hill says:

    Lots of quilting projects underway and preparation for quilt show competitions in 2020.

  610. Barbie says:

    All of them. Hahahahahaha. Maybe one more if I win. Thank you for the opportunity.

  611. Jessie McCloskey says:

    Before the end of the year, I am trying to finish a few throw quilts that will be given as gifts.

  612. Cheryl Macomber says:

    I would like to start AND finish a windmills & pinwheels quilt for my daughter, and am planning to make 4 memorial bears from an unfinished flannel quilt top made by my children’s great-great grandmother. Also finished unpicking all of my summer yukata!

  613. Kitty McLoud says:

    Hoping to get a Mondo bag finished as well as finish the hexagon quilt top I’ve been working on. Thanks for the chance to win a great prize!

  614. CyndyL says:

    Would love to win any of these fabrics, trying to get my stash built up to make some quilts for foster kids

  615. Eli zabeth Ruth says:

    I’m hoping to finish a set of placemats for for the holiday season.

  616. Cathleen Katte says:

    I must finish 2 pieced European pillow shams, 2 bolster pillows and 2 standard pillow cases to match an oversize king size quilt that I took to my son and his wife in Germany this September. The soft toned fabrics in this months collection would coordinate beautifully with the tonal grey/black of the quilt I made for them. I will keep my fingers crossed.

  617. Lin W. says:

    What beautiful, subtle fabric!

  618. sharon drapela says:

    selling items at our schools santa breakfast to help the PTO – lots to do

  619. Susan Smith says:

    I’m finishing a portrait quilt of my son-in-law playing the guitar for his birthday present in December. I’ve also got 3 art quilt projects started for the CQA Big – Little – exhibit at the Schack in Everett next year. Lots of 12 x 12’s for the Little, but 3 bigger of the Big part of the exhibit.

  620. Nancy Lamoreaux says:

    Finish quilting a Christmas themed wall quilt.

  621. Laura S says:

    I’m currently piecing 2 quilt tops and have a 3rd that’s already basted and waiting to be quilted. I’m also participating in 2 QAL that are about to start.

  622. cynthia rosner says:

    I have several projects that I started earlier and want to finish. Between Thanksgiving and New Years I find it hard to sew.

  623. Maridel Armstrong says:

    I’m finishing two baby quilts & a dragon theme quilt for my son. Finally a modern navy & white flannel quilt for a grandson.

  624. sooz says:

    i am going to try to finish up a quilt for a christmas gift! wish me luck!

  625. Sarah Hilley says:

    I have a couple of baby quilts and a t-shirt quilt I am working on. These FQ’s would be great for one of the baby quilts!

  626. Martha Claassen says:

    I have 2 quilts to bind, one is called Movie Star, the other the Moda summer QAL At The Seashore. And I’m making an improv quilted shawl.

  627. Donna Kotake says:

    I am working on finishing up two quilts for my granddaughters and one wall hanging for me! I am binding the two quilts now so that should be easier. For the wall hanging, I am going to venture into machine quilting it myself so that will be a challenge.

  628. Terri H says:

    Three new grandchildren joined our family, so that’s 3 Christmas stockings that I want to get done. Your fabrics are delightful.

  629. Terri H says:

    Three new grandchildren joined our family so that’s 3 Christmas stockings that I want to get made. Your fabrics are delightful.

  630. J Erickson says:

    I have to finish two baby quilts and two panel quilts for toddlers!

  631. carol says:

    I have fallen in love with aurifil thread as well as Japanese fabrics and designs.

  632. Jan says:

    I’m finishing a quilt for my brother in law from fabric my sister in law purchased before she could no longer sew because of early onset dementia.

  633. I’d like to finish a quilt for my daughter, two backpacks, and a table runner by Christmas.

  634. Cathy Wilson says:

    I have several small things to finish for Christmas, two that need to be finished in time to mail to California. Wish me luck!

  635. Vicki ebin says:

    I must finish two baby quilts and three wall hangings.

  636. Paula Fullar says:

    I am getting the binding on two quilts, one a needle turn applique that has been 4 years in the making. Then I hope to get both a Harry Potter quilt and a sparklely princess quilt completed for Christmas presents for the grandchildren. So much fun.

  637. Vivian Roop says:

    I am going to use my new Sashiko 2 to finish a quilt.

  638. NancyB from Many LA says:

    I have a quilt for my sister, stuff for the 2 grandkids, and a wallhanging for my special quilty friend!

  639. Antoinette Bush says:

    I have five charity quilts to finish by the beginning of December. Then two baby quilts to make.

  640. Doris Kennedy says:

    Thanks for this opportunity. So enjoy your postings.

  641. Betsy says:

    I’m finishing a quilt of stars made with assorted brights against neutrals for a family of eight children. I’m getting lots of practice in points!

  642. Mary Fitzgibbons says:

    This collection is so calm. I need some calm with the holidays coming, I am finishing two charity quilts, want to make some Christmas ornaments, and could use some holiday placemats. The quilting for others will get done, the quilting for me always comes last,

  643. Sharon Matthiesen says:

    I intend to start and finish a delectable mounts quilt in white and gray with just spots of color just for me to snuggle under in my newly redone living room. Also various gifts are in the works bags and boxes and at least one pink doll quilt. Wish me luck.

  644. Lala says:

    I plan on 2 table runners, holiday themed of course.

  645. Laura says:

    Christmas stockings too.

  646. Tish says:

    Thanks for the fun news and give-away opportunities!

  647. Janet Schayer says:

    I love making gifts for Christmas that revolve around sewing. This year I am making zippered pouches for my friends.

  648. Susan Kelley says:

    I am working on a quilt for a friend whose memory is failing. I want her to have something to hold as she works on holding on to her memories.

  649. Carolee C says:

    I”m working on ornaments for my co-workers.

  650. Donna says:

    I am planning to finish quilting a couple of quilts before the holidays. Also I want to make some quilted microwave bowl cozies to give as gifts. Hope it is an easy project.

  651. margaret says:

    I’m hoping to squeeze in some potholders and some place mats which I’ll hand-quilt because I just had hip surgery and sitting up at the sewing machine wouldn’t work too well right now. I have other projects in process that I’ll work on as energy allows including getting my first quilt ready to be quilted, a modern-ish quilt usng some 1930’s and 1940’s four patches I found at an estate sale

  652. wanda Rains says:

    Two baby quilts, a king Mariners compass, and a MQG 24” exchange challenge using this curved technique.

  653. Sherril McGann says:

    I am trying to fit in a table runner and a charity quilt before the end of the year

  654. Karen Rowland says:

    5 quilts for grandkids.

  655. Joyce Smith says:

    Finish a large difficult (for me) quilt for grandson and wife. Finish/quilt a child’s quilt for great nephew. Make a quilt for son and wife. Whew! Will they get to-be-finished-later presents?

  656. Diane Johnson says:

    I am almost finished with 3 sets of placemats and napkins and still have to sew the 3 little purses (with surprises inside) for my little Great Grand daughters.

  657. V Chinen says:

    Quilting fabric for handbags

  658. Dar Arnswald says:

    I have a Navajo quilt pattern I am working on now. Plus I want to squeeze in a few small Christmas wall hangings that I should be able to do before Thanksgiving. AND when I finish client quilting for the year – I want to quilt several of my own quilts that are patiently waiting in the quilting queue . . .for the quilter!!

  659. Beth Talmage says:

    I am making kennel quilts for dogs and cats displaced by the wildfires in California. I also want to make a table runner for my niece; her other Christmas gifts are kitchen-related, as she loves to cook, and I want to give her something handmade to go with the cookbooks and kitchen tools and utensils.

  660. Kathy Sell says:

    Another charity comfort quilt, and potholders. Fun projects with uncommon colors!

  661. Karen M says:

    My most urgent project is a snowflake quilt that I need to quilt for our local library quilt show. We hang them on December 2! Then I need to quilt a baby quilt by the end of the year.

  662. Carol Vierra says:

    I just finished 2 quilts for my granddaughters. They’ll be Christmas gifts since I didn’t get them done in time for birthdays.

  663. Dortha says:

    A Santa quilt for my grandson and some Christmas tree napkins.

  664. mary paananen says:

    I just purchased 3 yards of Yukata fabric in La Connor and plan to start a pie red quilt top

  665. mary paananen says:

    I just purchased 3 yards of Yukata fabric in La Connor and plan to start a pie red quilt top I also purchased tased your book and find your descriptions very helpful

  666. Quilting Tangent says:

    Work on sewing a block on a machine instead of by hand.

  667. Cindy Heath says:

    Hi! I need to mount a solo show at my local library – the first ever. I am going to be busy framing my sumi-e paintings, collaging original hand dyed, painted, and printed cloth, and getting everything ready for the show by mid-December!

  668. Amy Stromberg says:

    At least two baby quilts for friends’ upcoming grandchildren – and two more before the end of March, including one for my new grandson due in March!

  669. Judi Bergsagel says:

    I will be finishing a Christmas quilt for me! It’s been pieced for a few years and needs to get out of the UFO basket, quilted, bound, and wrapped around my sweet grandkids and me when they come for Christmas from Minneapolis! And oh so many small projects!

  670. Emma Amundson says:

    I love receiving emails from OKAN ARTS. I’m very much interested in learning about the technique’s of Curve piecing and the Asian Fabric that make the blocks original.
    I would very much like to try and use the November Fabric & Thread giveaway.

  671. Barb S says:

    Love the peace of these fabrics would give to a quilt.

  672. lee says:

    I am making some quilted small gifts – bowl cozies and cushions! Thank you!

  673. Peggy St George says:

    Making a few tree ornaments for friends.

  674. Kathy E. says:

    I am planning on making a patchwork purse for my best friend in shades of blue. She admired one she saw on a woman in town, so I want to surprise her with one of her own! duchick at gmail dot com