Friday, September 18, 2015

Hello Darling {giveaway]

It's Friday!  Let's celebrate with a little giveaway.

My friend, Pam, of Mad About Patchwork is on her way to a fun sewing retreat.  She's spreading the quilty, fabricy goodness with a giveaway of her shop's latest arrival - Hello Darling by Bonnie and Camille.

Mad About Patchwork is a Canadian-based shop with excellent customer service.  Pam has been sponsoring this space for a very long time, and she's always a pleasure to work with.  You can often find my favorite fabrics by Anna Maria Horner, Denyse Schmidt, Carolyn Friedlander and Cotton & Steel in her shop.  Good stuff.

One lucky reader will receive a fat quarter bundle of the 9 fabrics from Hello Darling that Mad About Patchwork is stocking.  (Though she has the complete collection in charm squares and jelly rolls, for those of you who love your precuts.)

To enter the giveaway add your comment sharing what new sewing project or technique you would you most like to learn.  Comment now through midnight on Monday, September 21st.  Be sure to include your email address, if it's set to private in your Google account.  Giveaway open internationally!

Good luck!

Comments closed.  Congrats to #395, Jessica who would like to learn English paper piecing.  Enjoy!

451 comments:

  1. I love to quilt only by hand...don't like machine-work

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  2. Wow! I would love to win!! I would love to learn how to quilt using a longarm. I'm taking a class on Tuesday!!

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  3. I'm only a couple years into my quilting adventure and have only straight line quilted. I want to get into free motion soon!

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  4. I would like to learn how to set in Y-seams, and I'm starting my first tumbler block quilt, so I should have learned very well by the time I'm done! sarah@forrussia.org

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  5. I want to make Pearl Gray from Christa Watson's new book!!

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  6. Thank you so much for this chance! What a nice bundle of fabrics.
    Greetings from Germany,
    Rike

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  7. I'm currently working my way through the sweet tea and green beans quilt. I'd love to make an x plus quilt. I'm not sure I'll be able to hold off staring something new before completing the green tea quilt.

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  8. I would like to learn machine quilting, so far I'm afraid of it. Have a great day.
    dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. I would like to handquilt the hexie quilt I am working on.. Never done that.

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  10. I would eventually like to learn English Paper Piecing. I keep thinking about it, but have yet to get up my courage and try it! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!!

    caribousmom (at) aol.com

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  11. I'd like to learn free motion quilting.

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  12. I would like to learn to quilt freemotion feathers.

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  13. I would like to do a Dresden plate :-) Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  14. I would like to learn the best way to baste. Silly but after dozens of baby quilts and larger I still get ripples.

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  15. I would like to learn the best way to baste. Silly but after dozens of baby quilts and larger I still get ripples.

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  16. I would like to be more confident with FMQ. Would love some of this yummy fabric!

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  17. Free motion quilting! 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  18. i would like to learn paper piecing and would love to win this, thanks

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  19. I saw a great pattern using half square rectangles that I would like to try. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  20. Hi and thank you for a great give away! These fabrics are really beautiful! I haven't sewn much curves and want to make lots of drunkard's path blocks. Lots of possibilities to use them and I just saw one beautiful repeating pattern with them. x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  21. I would love to learn free machine quilting and don't be afraid of.
    Thanks

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  22. I would love to master curved piecing.

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  23. I'm dying to try machine paper piecing! I've watched tutorials, printed the paper patterns, even sat down at the machine but I'm too chicken to jump in and try! Thanks for the chance to win! sofebrwn(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  24. I would still like to master applique.

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  25. Hmm, it's a toss up between applique and paper piecing. My initial attempts at both have me knowing that it's time to sign up for a class.

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  26. I would like to learn to free motion quilt on a small machine. Have a great weekend and thanks for having such a wonderful blog. Lasgreer@sbcglobal.net

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  27. I would love to make king size quilt, my very first one. Thank you for this lovely oportunity.

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  28. I've been thinking about doing a sampler quilt, thinking that would be a way to learn some new techniques that I don't even know about. I love your Penny Sampler quilt, and I've also been eyeing Elizabeth Hartman's Patchwork City book. :)

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  29. I would love to learn free motion feathers too!

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  30. I would love to learn how to do cathedral windows, but they scare me! Thanks a lot for the international giveaway!

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  31. That's a good question. Most of what I want to learn is to be better at stuff. As in, I can free motion quilt, but I want it to look better. And I can machine bind, but it never catches the back the whole way around, so I want to get better at that. Most new techniques I just dive in and try so there's not much I haven't given a whirl, albeit with mixed success.

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  32. I would love to learn how to make a Double Wedding Ring Quilt!
    Thanks!

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  33. Wow, so many things I want to learn. I guess my main thing now would be how to do free motion quilting that isn't a stipple. I want to draw in thread, and I get stuck and scared of thinking how to do that.

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  34. I would like to learn how to completly finish one project before starting 3 new ones.

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  35. I would like to learn how to completly finish one project before starting 3 new ones.

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  36. I would love to learn how to fmq. I have a walking foot and can straight line quilt like a boss, but I'm mulling over whether to get a free motion foot and go for it.

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  37. I would like to learn how to sew the Lone Star

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  38. circles ! I wan to learn to sew circle blocks with proficiency

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  39. I need to learn how to piece curves. Thanks!

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  40. I would love to learn paper piecing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  41. I've never tried paper piecing, so I'd love to learn that.

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  42. I've never tried paper piecing, so I'd love to learn that.

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  43. I would like to learn paper piecing. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  44. I want to learn to sew Y-seams. I'm a big chicken though. :)

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  45. So many things to improve. Appliqué, freemotion quilting the list goes on and the time is never there.

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  46. I would like to learn proper color balance in my work....a small project is never a problem...but something larger ....this can be a struggle for me. Thanks for the chance to win an absolutely fabulous prize ( I love the color ways in this collection).... Janet....a blog fan from Ontario Canada .......janetmelanson@bell.net

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  47. I would like to learn proper color balance in my work....a small project is never a problem...but something larger ....this can be a struggle for me. Thanks for the chance to win an absolutely fabulous prize ( I love the color ways in this collection).... Janet....a blog fan from Ontario Canada .......janetmelanson@bell.net

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  48. I would like to learn to dye fabric.

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  49. I'd love to learn free motion quilting -- so far I've been afraid to take the leap in fear of ruining an otherwise beautiful quilt!

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  50. I'd love to learn free motion quilting -- so far I've been afraid to take the leap in fear of ruining an otherwise beautiful quilt!

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  51. Making a quilt is on my list of things to do!

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  52. I would like to try paper piecing....but I need more experience before I attempt it....

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  53. Embroidery is next on my list of new skills!

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  54. Domestic machine fmq with rulers is something I would love to try.

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  55. I've never paper pieced or applique or FMQ! All are on my wishlist when i can find the time!

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  56. I would learn to make cathedral windows. :-)

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  57. I want to learn embroidery. I love the whimsy it adds to projects. Thanks!

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  58. I would love to learn machine quilting.

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  59. I'm another one who wants to learn free-motion quilting.










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  60. I still need to learn how to free motion quilt.

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  61. I have an almost-done quilt that I am planning to use the backing as the binding… I need to just do it! These fabrics look very yummy – red and teal are favorites for me.

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  62. I need to get better at quilting on my home machine. Maybe I'd be better if I practiced!

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  63. II would like to make some cute accessory bags but I'm scared to death of zippers. I'd really like to learn how to sew them into a project.

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  64. I would like to learn to hand applique--and have it look good! Thanks for a giveaway!

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  65. This price would give me the push I need to start my first quilt!

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  66. I'd like to learn how to do orange peel / petals by needle turn applique. I LOVE all teh quilts I see of those and would love to make one for myself!!

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  67. Oh my I am in love with these fabrics - would love to win. I too would love to learn free motion quilting!

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  68. I love a Canadian store :-). Especially with our dollar being so awful. I'd like to learn how to use a long arm machine. I don't necessarily want one, but it looks like it could be fun!

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  69. I'd love to try sewing a quilt with curves so I get the confidence to use my double wedding ring templates I recently bought on Massdrop.

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  70. I'm planning to challenge myself with some machine applique later this year
    drlbennett at gmail dot com

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  71. Curves and advancing my free motion quilting skills.

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  72. I've just finished a whole cloth and machine quilting course and now ready to take it on!

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  73. Machine quilting has long been on my list of must-learns. Thanks for the chance to win

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  74. I'd love to learn FMQ on my home machine.

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  75. How in the world do you bind a circular quilt? I have a fun idea (planets/solar system) for a quilt but need to do some serious youtubing to figure out how to finish it :)

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  76. I would love to learn how to free motion quilt. I'm also teaching myself to crochet right now :)

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  77. This line is so pretty. I would like to learn to use my QCR a and actually make a quilt!

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  78. I would like to branch out into making bags. Love Hello Darling!

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  79. Hello Darling is so pretty - I have just bought a charm pack of it. I would like to learn how to do a hidden zip for pillow cases. Zips are scary things!

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  80. HI, I'm trying very hard to learn to FMQ, that looks decent! Thanks for a beautiful giveaway!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  81. Thanks so much for chance to win your Give-a-way! :)

    I would like to learn more (& be braver at it) about FMQ! lol But right now...would loooove to learnpaper-piecing...Hexie's and Orange Peels!

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  82. Beautiful fabric! I want to learn how to paper piece!

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  83. I am just beginning to do appliqué work and it is addictive. I have not yet plucked up courage to try FMQ

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  84. I would like to learn to add serging to quilting creatively.

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  85. I would love to learn how to do free motion quilting.

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  86. I want to learn how to do Free Motion Quilting, and will be practicing practicing practicing until I can do it. I'm determined!! I have a new Janome 8900 QCP Special Edition; I have no excuses now :)

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  87. The next project I'd like to do is some kind delectable mountains quilt. Loraquilt at aol dot com

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  88. I need to learn about the paper piecing technique!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  89. I started a "flying geese new york beauty" paper pieced mini quilt.
    I love it!
    So much fun

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  90. I would love to learn how to make an Irish Chain quilt

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  91. I'm trying to be brave but really need lots more practice with fmq!

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  92. I would love to get back to some hand applique probably a jen kingwell pattern!

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  93. I would be very interested in learning paper piecing.
    caroltauber@gmail.com

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  94. I want to work on English paper piecing and try out the Lucy Boston block.

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  95. I'd love to learn how to free motion quiltm

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  96. Awww I had flagged your last update to comment on your Circle projects.
    The blocks are gorgeous.
    I just forgot. So much going on over here heehee
    I hope your travel trip is going well.

    This is a nice stack of fabric. I love Hello Darling, and really all of these goodies from Bonnie and Camille.
    Well, I would probably want to learn to make.... hmmmmm
    I know for sure this is not enough fabric, but with the pile I have upstairs, I could possibly make a gigantic house cozy. If I work diligently and steadily, I could have it finished, book the helicopter, have it installed by Thanksgiving. It would keep us all warm and toasty this winter and our house would be really cute. I could manage a super insulated opening for the front door.
    Yep, that is what has been on my list of goals

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  97. I would love to learn to use satins, silks, beads and specialty stitches to create heirloom crazy quilts :)

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  98. I would like to learn how to sew zippers into bags or pouches. Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabric.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  99. I would like to master curves as well as paper piecing. Beautiful give away!

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  100. Free Motion Quilting remains high on my list...feed cover and darning foot to acquire, then it will happen :) Thank you for a wonderful giveaway!

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  101. Right now I am determined to learn to fmq. I have done nothing but practice for the last several weeks--I'm gonna do it this time!! robinsheloratearthlinkdotnet

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  102. Beautiful fabrics and color ways - I would like to make Scrappy Nine Patch by Franklin Quilt Shop, Tenn. It would be lovely with your giveaway fabrics.

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  103. I think this may be a repeat, but I want to learn paper piecing. There are just so many new patterns out there and everyone in my guild keeps giving me grief about not learning it.

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  104. I am really keen to learn EPP as there are so many lovely patterns using this technique. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. I've been seeing some beautiful paper piecing patters lately, and would like to try it sometime soon. Thanks so much for this beautiful giveaway opportunity. Definitely one of my favorite design teams lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  106. I want to learn how to cut fabric without them ending up not being the same size when I sew. This has been an issue since I've started sewing.

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  107. I would love to learn how to properly make a mariners star block.:) Love the fabric!

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  108. New to me would be English Paper Piecing. One day I want to do a 6-sided star quilt? I think that would be fantastic.

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  109. OH so much love for this collection. I would want to try upholstery with it. You see, I have a St.Bernard that has claimed the chaise part of our couch by the window as her own. Well, the couch is ready to be history, but she will still need a bed. And, I won't want her to sleep on a new couch when we get one. Sooo, I came up with the idea to make a 'fainting couch' but using a crib mattress like this: http://www.sawdustandembryos.com/2013/10/diy-toddler-bed-fainting-couch-tutorial-diamond-tufting-upholstery.html - and upholstering it with patchwork. The cover for the mattress would be like a fitted quilt so it could be washed. The colors are wonderful and would work well since she's a mostly white dog with a little bit of orangish/brown :)

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  110. I still need to tackle curves! And, yes, I do own the ebook you wrote for the curves class I just haven't gotten around to it. :)

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  111. I want to learn color theory. I struggle putting fabrics together.

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  112. Have a happy weekend! I really need to learn some free motion quilting!

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  113. I am new to quilting, and a bit pathetic. But, I am learning and getting better with each quilt! I would like to have the courage to FMQ. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  114. I'm another one who struggles with color theory. I love the fabrics in this bundle! Thanks for the sweet give away.

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  115. I'm working UFOs. A modern churn dash in seaside batiks along with a nice neutral off white solid. Thinking about using a very pale blue green for the In between areas. Thanks for the great giveaway!!!

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  116. I'm working on a UFO, too that I started in 2000! Other than finishing it, I would like to be more comfortable with paper piecing. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  117. I would like to learn how to do Y seams.

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  118. I would love to master hand quilting! I just can't seem to get the hang of it;(

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  119. I would love to learn more free motion quilting techniques. Thank you for the opportunity to win some beautiful fabric.

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  120. I would like to improve my free motion quilting and really learn how to do it. Pam does have great customer service and her online shop--Mad About Patchwork--has excellent fabric.

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  121. Love the fabric. I would like to learn better cutting techniques.

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  122. Would love to learn to do circles and curved pieces in
    A quilt.

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  123. I would love to learn EPP. Thank you for the generous giveaway and the chance to win this beautiful bundle.

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  124. Beautiful fabric. I would love to learn paper piecing. Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  125. Ooh, there's quite a few I'd like to try! Where do I start? Maybe I should improve my FMQ first. Nah.... EPP looks like fun!

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  126. I'm attempting FMQ and stuck in the the learning curve, but still plugging away. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  127. I'd like to be able to do curve piecing, I have all the pieces cut out for piecing and that's where we've stayed for three weeks now.

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  128. I would like to learn hand quilting.

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  129. I would love to learn about drafting my own patterns more efficiently.

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  130. I would like to improve my quilting on my regular sewing machine. Right now it's pretty bad.

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  131. Hi, these are great fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win them.
    I am practicing a new way to make flying geese..
    Have a good weekend.
    jcraven1958@hotmail.com

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  132. WOW This is one fantatic give-away Thank you - gotta love the Canadians, eh?
    I'm older now, and have sufferred thru all the learnig highlights - the curves the 11 sts to the inch quilting, the colour balance, the curves -- in-ones and outties and and, and, - and all without YouTube!!!! Imagine! Now that I am known for my quest for perfection, it is hard to even contemplate FREE MOTION - FREEE???? oh my gosh risk all my perfect seams? BUT that is my goal for this winter and I have already started making 'mug rugs' without binding - if I *can* master FMQ then I'll bind them and give them away to only those I love very very much (and who will give me visiting rights )

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  133. I make quilt tops for charity and would like to learn how to use my basic sewing machine to quilt.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  134. I definitely want to learn more about applique and fusing techniques!

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  135. I definitely want to learn more about applique and fusing techniques!

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  136. What a fabulous giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win!

    I really want to learn English paper piecing. I seem to see it EVERYWHERE online at the moment and it looks so cute. Normally I like quick finishes but I'm keen to try this even though I think it will take lots of time.

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  137. I want to play with curved piecing and I see some really neat new rulers and ideas for curved quilts. Would also like to learn more about the cutting systems that are out there as well... are they worth the money to buy one?

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  138. A technique I would most like to learn is FMQ - I try, but I really am not good and get worse instead of better with practice.

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  139. I have a new rotating mat that I can't wait to use to trim up blocks. Who knows maybe I'll be using fabric I received in this giveaway. Fingers crossed for a Canadian winner.

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  140. I'd like to do a quilt with various sizes of churn dash blocks. I think I'll start as soon as I complete my hexie project. Double thumbs up for a Canadian winner. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  141. I would love to try free motion quilting on my home machine - pretty intimidating! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  142. Can't think of any thing I need or want but thanks for asking
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  143. Free Motion Quilting on my home machine!

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  144. What a fun giveaway! I would like to learn paper piecing sometime. I'm always eying precise star quilts.

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  145. Thank you for the giveaway!

    I want to learn to free motion quilt.

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  146. I want to learn how to handsew curved pieces together more neatly :)
    Jean
    N.Z.

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  147. I want to learn how to FMQ. I have way too many tops to have them quilted by check. :)

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  148. What a great giveaway! I really want to learn how to free motion quilt. I'm waiting for a spot to open in a class at my local quilt shop! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  149. I would love to learn FMQ....currently I only straight line quilt.

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  150. I would like to play more with improv!

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  151. Rachel, I would love to make perfect Lemoyne Star Blaocks.

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  152. For years I've wanted to make a clamshell quilt. This fabric would be perfect - love this giveaway!

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  153. I am learning curved piecing and also trying to be more spontaneous with improv . Thanks for the chance to win this great bundle. mfhagopian@aol.com

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  154. I would like to become more comfortable with Improv piecing.
    g.dunn@shaw.ca

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  155. My goal is to improve my FMQ skills on my domestic machine.

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  156. I need to work on my Paper Piecing.

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  157. Thank you for the lovely giveaway! I would like to refine my applique technique.

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  158. I've seen some beautiful work being done with EPP diamonds. I would like to try working with those.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  159. I would like to learn how to quilt with my machine. I have always hand quilted and there are so many beautiful machine quilted quilts that I would love to be able make. For some reason, I am highly intimidated by free quilting in circles.

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  160. Like so many other posters, I would love to get better at Free-motion quilting. (I think I need to get a better machine first, though).

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  161. I want to learn paper piecing, and I need to work on my FMQ. I also need to make a quilt with a curved pattern- haven't done one yet.

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  162. I'd love to learn how to add cording to a quilt.

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  163. I've just jumped into EPP and I'm really enjoying it! I'm not planning to anytime soon, but it would be a blast to make a hexie quilt some day. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  164. I need to learn to FMQ because I'd like to complete my quilts entirely by myself.

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  165. Well, there are always new things to learn. I guess I would like to improve my free motion quilting and also my curved piecing. And by the way, thanks for a great giveaway. It is very generous. I just bought three Thimbleblossoms patterns so I would use the fabric to start one of those.

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  166. My free motion quilting really needs to go beyond straight lines! LOL So I would love to improve in my FMQ. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  167. All year I have wanted to have a go at curved pieces. I always stay right away with anything with curves. So my aim is for my next project to have curves in it. fparbery at hotmail dot com

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  168. I'm trying to learn applique...I will become great at it.

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  169. I am working on perfecting my applique. Haven''t done any in a long, long time.

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  170. I need to improve my machine quilting. I have no imagination when it comes to quilting!

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  171. I'd like to learn about couching on fabric to add extra detail. I really like the look it gives!

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  172. I'd like to make a quilt to use my new Sweet 16 on.

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  173. I would love to learn how to hand quilt well. The last time I tried, it looked like the efforts of a small child

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  174. I want to be a proficient and confident hand amplifier!

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  175. I'd like to learn more about color: picking the first round fabrics, auditioning, and then fabric placement within the individual blocks (like, you generally know what fabric the background is going to be, how you decide fabric placement after that if it's not obvious.)

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  176. I would like to get better with free motion quilting. I've done some but it definitely looks like a beginner! renae1225@gmail.com

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  177. I have been quilting for only a few years. New ideas are always swimming around my head. I would like to learn to free motion quilt and I am currently learning to crochet. delch81@gmail.com

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  178. I'd love to learn to long-arm quilt. It's the one thing I struggle with on my regular sewing machine and it looks like it would be so much fun. Maybe one day...

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  179. I would love to learn more about paper piecing. Thanks for a chance to win - yah!

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  180. I really would like to be a better machine quilter.

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  181. I would love to be better at free motion quilting. Thank you for the chance to win such beautiful fabric. christatheron@yahoo.com.

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  182. My next challenge will be sewing curves - wish me luck! :D
    Thanks for the chance to enter <3

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  183. I would like to learn the "quilt as you go" method. I find it difficult to quilt a large quilt on my machine and this seems like it would be so much more manageable.

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  184. I want to be more comfortable with attaching binding.
    Renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  185. After I get through my stack of quilts in process I would like to tackle curved piecing. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  186. I would love to learn applique.

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  187. I am going to learn how to foundation piece next, so that I can make a special quilt for my Mom. After that I really would like to learn more about curved piecing.

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  188. I really want to learn how to make a tuffet-- so fun!

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  189. I want to learn free motion quilting

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  190. Would love to learn quilting with my machine. I am somewhat of a newbie to sewing but I love jumping in and trying to piece together a quilt!

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  191. Will be working on Bethlehem Star Tree Skirt.

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  192. I would like to learn more abt adapting my very old APQ with a larger surface so I can learn rulers......and my next project would love to come from this sweet fabric bundle😍

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