Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

I can hardly believe that it is
that time of the year again.

It is time for the


Isn't the saying it is better to give than
to receive, so this is my
gift to one lucky person.

a bundle of fabrics by Michael Miller,
a thread set of Aurifil thread (they would make me Gleeful)
 and a pdf my newest pattern.


Reindeer Games.

Which you can also find, here.

I would love for you to hang out
and check out all the creations
and patterns that I share,
but I am sure there
are a bunch more giveaways to be entered.
So, I welcome you back any time.

Here is how you enter







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283 comments:

  1. Loving your new Pattern Amy, not much of a quilter, but I love just hearing my machine purr when I chain piece.

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  2. Love it all .. but I would love to learn the embroidery for a crazy quilt ... Thanks for the chance to win !!!

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  3. Need to learn free motion quilting. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  4. I'd like to learn more about Japanese quilting techniques.

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  5. I need to learn to free motion but I love to paper piece. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  6. I love PP:) I would love to learn more on embellishing:)

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  7. The next skill I plan to try is applique.

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  8. I love to sew quarter inch seams of all kinds. Unless, of course, I am in the mood for an art quilt, then there are very few. I receive your emails so did not find this on the sewmamasew website so don't know if you are accepting from Canada. If no, thank you anyway for all your efforts/posts on your blog.

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  9. I really need to get brave and try my hand at freemotion quilting. I love how my projects turn out with straight line quilting but sometimes they could be so much prettier if I could FMQ.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  10. I love free motion quilting.
    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  11. I really do love chain piecing. It's relaxing and rewarding. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  12. I'd like to learn how to use my new FMQ foot!

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  13. Great give away. The raindeer quilt would be great for my Great Granddaughters, next year.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  14. Lovely giveaway! Thanks for your generous spirit!!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. GENEROUS GIVEAWAY>THANK YOU! I'D LIKE TO LEARN FMQING BETTER.SO THAT IT IS PLEASING TO ME>WORKING ON THAT!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  16. Fabulous giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Currently, I am in an applique phase. I would love to get up enough nerve to free motion quilt.

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  17. I like piecing best, always love seeing how different fabrics make up new patterns. :)

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  18. I love patchwork of any kind. But really enjoy hand quilting everything. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Kerry-ryan@att.net

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  19. Need to get better at quilting on my domestic machine.

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  20. one block wonder is probably one of my favorites

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  21. I have never made a quilt but always wanted to. It seems simple enough but thinking of the time and the probability that a child will interrupt me makes it seem a daunting task. Any tips for a beginner like me?

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  22. FMQ frankly I suck at it and need to practice more

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  23. Suck a generous prize!
    I need more practice on all aspects of quilting!

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  24. I have yet to try quilting on my DSM.

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  25. Great giveaway! I would like to master free motion quilting-I know practice, practice-hope to find more time after the holidays! Thank you, Susan

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  26. Thank you for having a giveaway! I love hand quilting with embroidery floss (a trick I learned from Anna Maria Horner) and I am recently learning English Paper Piecing. I always enjoy learning new things.

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  27. I like to do it all, but I'm really getting into applique!

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  28. I would love to learn to hand piece properly.

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  29. I need to learn how to freemotion quilt, it is on my "to do" list. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  30. I do fmq , but like what I can do with my walking foot most often . Thank you for the giveaway .
    Always learning!
    kcummings71@gmail.com


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  31. I am new to quilting and would like to learn more about piecing things together

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  32. My quilts vary between queen size bed quilts that are from a pattern or scrappy.

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  33. What beautiful bright colors of fabric!

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  34. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netDecember 7, 2016 at 2:26 PM

    I do enjoy paper piecing, and I would like to learn free motion quilting.

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  35. I would like to improve my free motion quilting on my domestic machine. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  36. I love applique and piecing/patchwork ... I'm not fond of PP. I would love to improve and do more FMQ. That's my goal.

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  37. I enjoy paper piecing. Thanks for the chance!

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  38. I quite like foundation piecing or hand applique. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

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  39. I too enjoy paper piecing. And I would like to learn free hand quilting. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  40. What a generous giveaway! I like machine quilting the best!

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  41. So many great prizes! I love this hop! I am just starting to enjoy and work on quilt techniques, so I don't know all that much. I love the look of appliqué and would love to learn to free motion quilt, though. :)

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  42. I am keen to learn paper piecing in 2017.

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  43. I love to piece and I love doing the binding.

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  44. I would love to learn to do curved piecing. It is on my To-Do list for 2017. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  45. I love sewing the pieces of my quilts together. I do want to learn to machine quilt more of my projects, at least the small ones.

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  46. Planning, pulling fabrics, piecing, binding and washing are my favourite parts.

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  47. Oh my goodness, your Reindeer Pattern is adorable! Thank you so much for sharing and giving us the opportunity to win these great prizes! I am going to stay and check your site out! Have a fantastic creative day!

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    1. I just wanted to let you know that I have signed up to follow you by email and also follow you on Bloglovin'! Good Luck to everyone!

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  48. I quilt with my old industrial Singer. It doesn't have a backstitch and I can't drop the feed dogs, so I usually quilt diagonally through the squares if that works for the pattern. I've also quilted in the the ditch and around things.

    I have a Grace quilting frame that's supposed to take a regular machine, but I haven't figured it out and tried it yet. That's a goal!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win great things! :)

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  49. I hope to learn how to free-motion quilt soon. I finally got a BSR foot and that is supposed to make it much easier.

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  50. What a great giveaway! Fabric stitching is something that I want to try. Thanks!

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  51. Thread 'painting' is something I would like to try, and I want to learn to do applique. I've done a couple of raw edge pieces, but would like to be able to make pieces that look more finished.

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  52. I want to try some new fmq designs.

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  53. I love piecing and took an applique class this spring. garvey56@gmail.com

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  54. Need to try my hand at paper piecing. ..I love applique. . happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  55. Need to try my hand at paper piecing. ..I love applique. . happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  56. I like to paper piece, need to learn to do FMQ.

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  57. I love love paper piecing and appliqué as well as scrappy crazy quilting.
    Ohioholman@aol.com

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  58. I haven't tried free motion quilting, as I am just learning.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  59. I haven't quilted yet, but am anxious to learn/try! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  60. I like to paper piece and am working on machine quilting

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  61. I still consider myself a beginner with paper piecing and free motion quilting. Both of those I need more practice or work on.

    Thanks for a chance to win. Happy Holidays!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  62. Patchwork piecing is my favorite and what I do most.

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  63. I like patchwork piecing the best after the actual quilting. :) You have to make a top to quilt it. Thanks for the chance to win. Great giveaway.

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  64. I love piecing. Just grabbing pieces and sewing them together.

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  65. I love to appliqué, but I am also trying to improve my free motion quilting.

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  66. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I would love to try a new pattern.

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  68. My favourite quilting method is Free Motion Quilting ... and my 2017 goals include turning a bunch of flimsies into finished quilts!
    Thank you for participating in this give-away!

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  69. I really love to appliqué especially needle turned even though it takes a lot of time, the results are beautiful.

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  70. http://annalsofcreation.blogspot.com/2015/03/my-first-quilt.html
    I would love to win this!! I am making a clam shell quilt for my sister..
    Thanks for a chance to win. merryorganic at gmail.com

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  71. I'd love to learn how to do needle turn applique so I could make a Hawaiian quilt. Thanks so much for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  72. I pretty much only know FMQ so that would be my favorite way of quilting

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  73. I'm a beginner quilter. I have been doing some FMQ and some straight line quilting on my DSM
    ramonamurray1959atgmaildotcom

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  74. I would love to learn foundation paper piecing which I have been putting off for a couple of years now.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  75. Free motion quilting has always fascinated me.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  76. I've been obsessed with paper piecing this year! I totally am in love with it!

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  77. I would love to learn shibori dye techniques and make a quilt from my own dyed fabric

    sharongalli(at)gmail(d0t)com

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  78. I love hand quilting, but would like to learn mor machine quilting

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  79. Curves is something that I do not do much of, and need to practice.

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  80. I want to learn more appliqué techniques. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!
    terryscwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  81. I'm learning to love needle turn applique, and always interested in learning new techniques for FMQ on my domestic machine. Definitely would like to concentrate on learning curve piecing "one of these years".

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  82. Love the reindeer quilt! Awesome!

    There's so much to learn. I guess I'm avoiding pushing myself on my machine quilting outside of the stitch in the ditch and cross hatch!

    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  83. Cute pattern! Thanks for the giveaway! :-)

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  84. Love your reindeer games! How cute is that! Thank you so much for your giveaway!!

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  85. Sew pretty! I really like your new pattern. Thank you for the chance to win your generous giveaway ... :) Pat

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  86. I really like applique but I definitely need more practice at it.

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  87. I'm a new-ish quilter and would love to learn foundation paper piecing. Many thanks for the giveaway!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  88. What a cute fun quilt. I love the quilting I see online so I will work on learning to do some of it. i would like to learn how to use a long arm also.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  89. I like piecing and using glue instead of pins for accurate piecing.

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  90. Thank you Amy, for your generous giveaway. I like piecing and I LOVE applique.

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  91. i am loving that reindeer quilt...so cute! I am working on completing my ufo's from the last 10 years. Making a little progress. Thanks for the giveaway! Helen G. hrglover at hotmail dot com

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  92. I really want to learn curved piecing and paper piecing!

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  93. I would love to learn some free motion quilting so I can stop quilting everything with straight lines!
    allisonpogany at gmail.com

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  94. I am going to make a real effort at paper piecing in 2017--I always love other peoples's results, so it's about time I put in the effort myself.

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  95. Reindeer Games is a cute quilt. Thank you for the chance at the giveaway.

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  96. I love free motion quilting on my longarm.

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  97. I would like to learn applique and master curves.

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  98. LOOOOOVE your Quilt!! I want to learn to paper-piece 😊 (& FMQ). Thank you for chance to win your SUPER Give-a-way too...love your pattern!!
    bearpaws9(@)copper(dot)net

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  99. I love love love Free motion quilting. Its my favorite part. I remember when i was terrified of it and now i want to hurry and get through the the process of making my top and getting my quilt ready to quilt so i can gooooo!

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  100. I love PP. bringing a picture to life with fabric, well, I guess I get a high. LOL. Right now I am finishing pp star wars place mats for my son and daughter in law. 2 light sabers, ti-fighter, r2d2, jar jar binks
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  101. LOOOOOVE your Quilt!! I want to learn to paper-piece 😊 (& FMQ). Thank you for chance to win your SUPER Give-a-way too...love your pattern!!
    bearpaws9(@)copper(dot)net

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  102. Reindeer Games is adorable!! I'd love to make it for next year! I really like paper-piecing, but not to the "love it" stage just yet. I keep trying to improve my FMQing, so that is always on my get-better-at list!

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  103. I love all quilting techniques. Some "once is enough" but always willing to try something new. Thanks for the change to win.

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  104. One of these days I would like to paper-piece. I have only done a couple of blocks and feel i need more practice.

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  105. Yes Raindeer Games is so very cute. I would also love to make this as I just love to see raindeer. Just so fragile looking and just are awesome animals. I am just an average quilter so I really don't get into these new and advanced techniques of quilting. Just the basics for me. Thank you for being a part of the SMS Giveaway and giving us all the chance to win. There is something so neat that you feel when you see a surprise package in your mailbox. Just makes you feel special and you want to do the Happy Dance. Wishing you Happy Holidays.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  106. Oh what fun. How did I miss this event previous years? Thanks for participating.

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  107. I would love to learn free motion quilting!

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  108. I would like to learn paper piecing. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. "Paisley feathers" is my favorite quilting design and I haven't yet learned it ;-)

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  110. I love and need to practice free-motion quilting. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. I would love to learn some new free-motion techniques, as I do a lot of stipple and meander designs. I'm ready to move out of my comfort zone.

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  112. Oh! Why is it SO hard to learn free motion quilting properly????

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  113. I would like to learn more about trapunto quilting. It is lovely.

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  114. I'm a beginning quilter, but I'd still love to learn free-motion quilting!

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  115. I would like to get better at hand applique. Your quilt is adorable!

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  116. Foundation Paper piecing is my favorite!! thanks for the chance to win!

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  117. I would love to learn free motion quilting.

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  118. I've been following you with Feedreader Online for quite some time! Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  119. I haven't tried applique yet. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  120. I have just started to learn hand applique and I love it! I don't hand quilt because it is just too much for my hands, but I can do a little applique. It's so therapeutic. :) thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

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  121. I would love to learn applique

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  122. What a wonderful give-a-way Amy. Thank for all that you do. The BOM has been great fun, although I am behind. Merry Christmas. raydeer@memlane.com

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  123. I would like to learn some easy way to do needle turn applique. Don't laugh. It has to be easier then what I have tried so far.

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  124. I would like to get more confident in machine quilting on my domestic sewing machine.

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  125. Love your colors, love your pattern, love your blog!

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  126. really crazy free motion quilting....

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  127. I would love to learn FMQ so I can quilt my own quilts.

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  128. I hand quilt most of my quilts but would love to learn to FMQ. Finishing a quilt would be so much faster!

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  129. I would like to learn paper piecing!

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  130. I would LOVE to learn how to Longarm my quilts!!

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  131. I just learned that EQ Mini even existed from your FB page!

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  132. My favorite is paper piecing. I love the precision and the perfect results!

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  133. I like English paper piecing. I want to get better at free motion quilting.

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  134. I would love to learn how to needle turn applique without frustration. So many people seem to really enjoy doing it.
    Thank you for a lovely give away💞

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  135. I like to piece the most. (I forgot the question!)

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  136. Those fabrics are delightful, and yay! on the thread, but my favorite would be that pattern!

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  137. I seem to do a lot of paperpiecing lately. I don't know that it is my favorite but it is definitely more accurate.

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  138. I love making HSTs. I want to learn more about Y and partial seams.

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  139. I want to learn to free motion quilt feathers! I also want to become better at choosing colors for quilts. I'm terrified to venture from the pattern choices!
    rbacklund@centurylink.net

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  140. I'd love to learn how to quilt, but it scares me to start. Making bags feels more comfortable to me...

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  141. Thank you for the generous giveaway! Love the pattern, very festive.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  142. Free motion quilting is on my learn to do list!

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  143. I like applique.Amazing giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it.

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  144. Amy love needleturn appliqué

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  145. Thanks for the chance to win! I would really like to make my applique look better. :)

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  146. I'm stitching my first quilt. I'm going to hand quilt it. We'll see if I like hand quilting, but I'm pretty sure I will.

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  147. I'd like to learn more about applique.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  148. I am working on free motion quilting. Getting better and it is so much fun!

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  149. WI am working with my New sewing machine LOL. I like Your Patterson They are so Nice

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  150. I like plain piecing best, but would love to learn paper piecing. Love your reindeer games quilt!

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  151. I'm new so there is a lot I need to work on but precision cutting and piecing are my challenges right now.

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  152. I would love to learn more on needle turn applique!!!

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  153. Thanks for the giveaway Amy. I have lots to learn

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  154. I would like to learn free motion quilting on my domestic machine.
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  155. I am teaching myself how to FMQ on my home domestic. It is very trying but I am looking through blogs and videos, purchased some books...

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  156. I haven't seen your blog before, I'll be back! Great giveaway. Trying to learn FMQ on my 25 year old Pfaff!

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  157. Awesome giveaway and such a cute pattern. I love to do hand applique.

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  158. Piecing will always be my favorite portion of quilting. Applique is the one technique in which I could use more practice...

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  159. I love the quilt. Thanks so much for sharing. I love to piece but am venturing into FMQ as well.

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  160. Wow! A giveaway....thanks so much! Your blog is always so inspirational...I visit when I need a quick pick me up! yessewingisfun@yahoo.com

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  161. I would like to learn how to quilt with a longarm!

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  162. What a cute quilt! I like piecing and would like to have more confidence in applique.

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  163. I saw your Reindeer Games quilt on a previous blog and love the playfulness of it. My favorite quilting method is what I call, controlled improv. I can quite get to totally random improv but perhaps one day. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  164. I really like paper piecing!

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  165. Its not my favorite... but I really need to learn paper piecing and set in seams.

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  166. I love EPP. Thank you for a great giveaway. x

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  167. I enjoy paper piecing, and would like to learn different types of quilting on a domestic machine, to get away from my go to straight line quilting.

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  168. I am new to quilting so there is a lot for me to learn. I am interested in paper piecing.

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  169. I have a long arm and need to have a good go to pattern I can quilt quickly but looks custom.

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  170. I would like to learn paper piecing. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  171. That is such a cute quilt! Even if I don't win, I want to make it :)

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  172. I love to free motion lines. I tried following a pattern and felt it was restrictive.

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  173. I'd like to learn curved piecing!

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  174. My favorite technique is paper piecing. Love the accuracy you get. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  175. I would love to learn curved piecing.

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  176. Love your quilt pattern and the fabric giveaway! Does it count that I'm beginning to learn free motion quilting? That's been my most pressing need to learn! I'm just getting into modern quilting and love it too.

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  177. Hi!! I'd love to learn to fmq. It just seems so daunting to me

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  178. I learned this year that I enjoy quilting swirls. Something about them is just totally my jam.

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  179. I'd like to give paper piecing a try. Maybe next year I'll give it a go! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  180. I would like to try paper piecing.

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  181. I really like to do applique.

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  182. I'd rather piece a 600 piece top Han paper piece anything!! I'm trying to get brave with free motion quilting to move on from the straight line work

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  183. I would love to learn FMQ on my machine. I took a longarm class and absolutely loved it. It would be great to be able to do it at home :)

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  184. I like paper piecing as I don't have to worry about my 1/4" seam. At least not until I piece the pieces together. I would like to learn FMQ.

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  185. I love the actual quilting part the best.

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  186. I would like to learn to be a better machine quilter. Thank you for the opportunity. acbeier71@gmail.com

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  187. I especially like machine applique! I am hoping to learn how to applique by hand in 2017.

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  188. I like piecing. As far as quilting, I would like to learn to free motion more intricate designs and plan to attempt this on the next quilt I finish.

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  189. I like piecing. I love to paper-piece. I love the assembly-line feel, the variety of designs, and the sharp, precise points that you can achieve with paper-piecing.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  190. I am working more on machine quilting. Most of my early quilting was by hand
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  191. I would love to learn FMQ - even on my 40 yr old machine. Thank you for this generous chance to win all these wondrous goodies.
    Brenda B.
    salim3796(at)yahoo(dot)com

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