Charm Packs to give away and Show my appreciation

I have been truly amazed at how much enjoyment and satisfaction I get from my blog.  It makes me feel like I am surrounded by like minded friends who all love the same thing. I managed to get over 200 followers and more than 7000 views.   So, to say thank you, I am giving away 2 charm packs.  They are Soho calico’s.  I love the colors.  Lots of teals and greens.  I figured that 2 charm packs can easily be turned into something awesome.  I have recently started a “Zipper Quilt” with two of my favorite charm packs.  I am sure I will show some photos as soon as I have a bit more to show.

Even though I spend my days at work as a “Nerd Whisperer”.  I am going to do this the Non-scientific or non nerdy way.  Just leave me a comment with your first name and name of a favorite quilt that you made.  You have until the last day of April to comment and then on May 1st, I will put everyone’s name in a bowl and have someone from my house draw the lucky winner.  I will notify you all of the winner.  Best of luck to everyone.

Happy Sewing

Happy Quilting

Treasure your family

 

 

 

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58 thoughts on “Charm Packs to give away and Show my appreciation

  1. Your charm packs are lovely! I don’t need fabric though so please don’t put my name in . I hope someone gets it who needs a brighter for the day.😊 I have this problem with quilts…. I love a log cabin until I see a 4 patch quilt then I love that one then I see a double wedding ring quilt and promptly forget that the other two were my favorites….

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  2. Since I’m a beginner at the quilting thing, my favorite so far was the flannel ragtime; my very first quilt. I don’t need to be entered for the charm pack but do very much want to know what a Nerd Whisperer does. I’m fascinated. Thanks, Marlene

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      1. That makes perfect sense to me. Both of my children (older adults) are techies. I see how they work to explain tech to people who don’t understand. I can be pretty geeky myself and I’m proud of it. 🙂 Thanks for the explanation.

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  3. Deanna stopping by. My favorite quilt is usually the most recent one finished. 🙂 But, right now my continued favorite is on the guest room bed–my Hundred Patch made from 1-1/2″ squares–about 5700 pieces. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  4. I am hand quilting my first quilt right now. I don’t know the name of the pattern but I called it easy. I definitely know that I will continue to stitch quilts and to hand quilt. I’m loving this process and at 65 I only wish I had started this years ago.
    xx, Carol

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  5. Hi, my name is Sharon and one of my favorite quilts is called “Garden Gate”. I like it mostly because of the quilting design I used called Dot and Dash. I use a picture of it for my blog header. Congrats on your blog stats and thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. It is difficult to choose my favorite quilt, since each one has such a special story.
    But I think my very first quilt that I made for my grandson is my favorite.
    I can still feel the excitement of seeing each log cabin block pieced. I loved mixing fabric and creating my own design. It was called Judah’s Jamboree. Each log cabin was built around a printed animal, such as a lion. I wrote a book to go with the quilt.

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  7. Stephanie from Katy Trail Creations
    My favorite quilt I’ve made is of course the only one I never photographed. It was a wedding ring quilt in pastels a lady paid me to make. I could kick myself.

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  8. Susan. Film at ‘leven. By another name, it’s actually one of Wedding Dress Blue’s designs. I truthfully love every single quilt. That is so nice of you to do this giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. Your method of pick is my favorite, actually. LOL

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  9. My current favorite is the layout I just designed that goes with the block design that I’ll be submitting for publication to QuiltMaker for their 100 Block magazine…..haven’t come up with a name yet tho….lol. That and the teddy bear quilt that i’ve been designing the blocks for and have been posting on my blog.
    thanks for the giveway!
    Moira
    http://quiltedsnail.blogspot.com

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