Saturday, February 12, 2011

Giveaway - SORRY GIVEAWAY CLOSED....


I cannot believe that it's one year since I started this blog, I have had so much fun sharing my Quilts with everyone and have also met some wonderful and extremely Talented Quilting friends in the process,
so to Celebrate I am Giving away a Pure Jelly roll!!!!!

This Giveaway is open to Everyone Worldwide... 

How to Win:
Become a Follower and Leave me a Comment.
Then leave me another comment telling
me what you will make using the Jelly roll.
Be specific, I love to read the details!

Blog about my Giveaway for a second entry!
Please, please, please make sure your blogger is not set to no-reply, or leave an email address so I can contact you.

The winner will be chosen on Saturday the 19th of February.
(Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Good luck!

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77 comments:

webmailaddress2 said...

Happy blogiversary from a new follower! I would put the fabric in my stash to be made into a quilt in the near future.

patticakes said...

Happy anniversary! I would love to follow your blog - You Aussies are so creative and do the most beautiful work!
I am making a new grandson a baby quilt out of Moda Pure - I think I would use the jelly roll to make a matching growth chart for his bedroom - I have had my eye on a very cute pattern by Millimac with stacked dinosaurs on it!
Hugs from the USA!

H2Ogirl said...

Happy Blog birthday to you. I love following you for a bit now.

Oh if I win I would do a bento box quilt. YUM.

isabel f. said...

hi!! congrats!!!
I´m follower now :))
I would love to do one(or more :)) of my bookcovers :)

Kelli said...

I am a happy little follower already! :)

Kelli said...

I will use the jelly roll to line my sock drawer. It is a bare drawer and needs some extra pizazz!

crafts@home said...

What wonderful looking patterns in that jelly roll, I think I would need to look and savour them 1st before deciding what sort of quilt I'd like to turn them into. I'm already a follower. Sue :)

Jovanna said...

Happy blog-a-versary!

I would probably like to make a tumbler quilt with the jelly roll. :-)

BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

I'm a follower and those fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for chance to win them!

Shannon said...

I am a follower. I have been for a bit. I am not sure what I would make. I love that line. I would probably make a quilt for ME! I have not done that yet.

Jo said...

I'm already a follower!!

Jo said...

I would make my first proper quilt! I made my first two blocks a couple weeks ago for the quilts for queensland drive and now am hooked! Making a strip quilt with a jelly roll seems like it could be a nice easy introduction into quilting!? Congrats on your bloggaversay! My blocks are here: http://thecraftynomad.blogspot.com/2011/01/first-attempt-at-patchwork.html And then I made another block to make into a taggie baby blanket! You can see that here: http://thecraftynomad.blogspot.com/2011/02/baby-taggie-blankie.html

~Laurie~ said...

Hello and Happy Blogiversary!! Isn't it fun here in cyberworld?? I am already a follower - and I am with you on the Birdie BOM. Have you done your second block yet? I'm hoping to get mine done this weekend :)

~Laurie~ said...

Hi again! I would make this quilt "Blessing from the Hollow" - it's the second quilt down on this post:

http://www.quilthollow.com/2011/02/scrap-basket-sensations-blog-tour-day-2.html

While you are there, sign up to win Kim's book - she's a fantastic designer and this is her second book. I have her first and it's wonderful :)

AnneMarie said...

Hi there! I follow you already.

AnneMarie said...

I am in love with Sweetwaters lines, am in their Label Crew, and worked with them to create customized labels! They rock! I would love th make a baby quilt with their Pure line.

Peaceful Piecer said...

I'm a follower. Thanks for a chance to win!

Peaceful Piecer said...

I would use some of the jellyroll to make the strip knot jumper on moda bakeshop .....for my granddaughter

Cheryl said...

I would like to make a Roman Square quilt. I am new to quilting. I am finishing the final piecing square on my first quilt. I think about quilting all the time now. Everwhere I look, I see quilt block or patterns. I even drew an idea for a quilt during a staff meeting at work. I am looking forward to learning different techniques and styles.

Cheryl Korman
sweetester1@aol.com

KarenOjai said...

I am a follower of your blog...

Nancy said...

I just became a follower. Can't wait to read more.

Nancy said...

I would love to make a quilt with this fabric. I love the brown and blue and of course, the words.

KarenOjai said...

I'd use this in combo with some Kona solids to make a fence posts quilt, or a zig zag quilt.

Jacqueline said...

I follow you! =)

Jacqueline said...

What to do with it... hhmmm.... I think I would try my hand at the Dot Dot Dash quilt from Moda Bakeshop. I LOVE the design of it!

sewcr8zy said...

I'm a follower, now!
I would love to make a few Zippy Strippy bags.

Jacqueline said...

I blogged your giveaway! =) http://hmwithlove.blogspot.com/2011/02/announcing.html

Dawn said...

I am a follower, congratulations on your anniversary!

sukie said...

Became a follower! I think I would use them in a quilt, pot holder. . no quilt!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Quiltjane said...

I am a humble follower and would love to make a crib quilt using the chevron charm block. Very easy with a Jelly Roll. Congratulations on reaching your first year as a blogger.

highwaycottage said...

Congratulations !!! 1 year, how awesome !!! I'm a new follower. I'd make a giant log cabin quilt with the jelly roll :-)

highwaycottage@paradise.net.nz

B. said...

New follower! Cute blog.

B. said...

I do a project called The Gracie Jane Project. This entire jelly roll would make almost 30 quilts for neo-natal babies!!

Jeannette said...

Love your header! I would like to make a log cabin type block with the jelly roll if I won it! Thanks for a chance to win.

Caroline said...

Happy blogiversary ! And I am now a new follower :)

sebbie said...

I'm following you :)

sarah.bowyer@ntlworld.com

sebbie said...

I'd like to my a strip quilt for my son and this would be a lovely start to the fabric I'd need
sarah.bowyer@ntlworld.com

The Gracie Jane Project said...

Left you a little big of bloggy love over at the project!

Kristie said...

Hi Linda, I am a follower!

Kristie said...

I would use the jelly roll to make a quilt. I just finished a postage stamp one, so a different style...I have an idea that would make a bazillion HSTs that I might try, if I was crazy enough! And me thinks I am plenty crazy ;~P

free indeed said...

I've become a follower.

free indeed said...

I would pull some of the fabrics to use in a hexagon quilt..not the traditional hexes, but a quiltalong that was done last year...I just loved it. I bought the ruler and am gathering the fabrics...a few of these will fit just right. I haven't made a quilt for myself yet, so I have a queen size one in mind...

Mary said...

I am a follower. iammaryburke@gmail.com

Mary said...

I would add the jelly roll to my beautiful pile of jelly rolls and drool over it every day. :)

iammaryburke@gmail.com

Mary said...

I put a link to your giveaway on the sidebar of my blog! http://www.OurHoppyPlace.com

iammaryburke@gmail.com

Katrina said...

I'm a new follower! I used to read on my feed reader, but now I am official :)

Katrina said...

This jelly roll is super cute! I want to make a new baby quilt for my new baby, arriving this summer. I have a new book called Simply Jelly Rolls and there is a butterfly wall hanging/small blanket pattern in there that I'm dying to make. This rolls seems to be easily boy or girl.

Poppyprint said...

I'm a follower, that's how I found out about about your give away! Thanks for celebrating in such fine fashion! Congratulations on a year of blogging.

Poppyprint said...

I think I would make the Fat Quarterly jelly roll quiltalong quilt - it's fast and easy and all you need is a jelly roll for the top!

Chelsea said...

happy anniversary! I'm a follower.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Happy 1st anniversary of blogging! If I won this jelly roll, I would make a square in a square baby quilt for my step-grandson Patrick!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I follow your blog!

Maryse said...

I love love love those colors My project is going to be a bag first with a sturdy bottom to carry all my projects from class to doctor's or waiting for my daughter to deliver a new baby.Often my quilts will end up in hands of some young mom.Knowing it's probably the only hand made item she'd ever have for this precious lil' one!Thx for the opportunity to play along!

Lynne (Lily's Quilts) said...

Congrats on your one year! Yes, you're right, the charcoal writing does look nice. And I just clicked to follow.

Lynne (Lily's Quilts) said...

I would make a quilt for one of my sons, I'd have to think about what design but would probably sash with grey - or blue, not sure!

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I am a new follower. :)
Congratulations on your blogiversary.
sandangels1945@hotmail.com

Quiltin' Sandy said...

This is a lovely fabric design.
I would make a quilt " Hugs and Kisses from the Park" that I saw on Moda bake shop. :)
sandangels1945@hotmail.com

Isisjem said...

Congratulations on your blogiversary! I'm a new follower.

Isisjem said...

I've never worked with a jelly roll before so I'm not sure what I'd make for sure. I keep meaning to make a strip quilt so that would be the obvious choice. But I'd probably end up searching on flickr and the www. to find a great jelly roll quilt pattern so I could make a lap quilt out of it. I would be great to be able to use the whole thing in one project - rather than lots of different ones.

Valerie said...

Happy Anniversary!

I would use that yummy jelly roll to make a zig zag without triangles quilt (Amanda Jean's pattern)

Marcia W. said...

I'm a new follower thru blogger reader though have visited your blog before and enjoy reading it. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Marcia W. said...

There are two BOM stitch-a-longs with pieced blocks (LMS Birdie and Gum Tree Designers) and think that this jelly roll would be perfect. The colors are just great as is the size. Plus, I *heart* Sweetwater. btw I was checking out your hexie recipe over at the Moda Bake Shop and decided to read your blog first because I'm enamored with hexagons. Surprise, your generous giveaway. Thanks! alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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Natasha said...

I am a follower. I would use some of it to build my stash, some to make hexagons, and I have been wanting to make myself a pillow, so I think that's what I would do with the rest.

Natasha said...

I blogged about you here:

http://spicerquilts.blogspot.com/2011/02/mug-rug-2.html

lisa brideau said...

I'm hoping to make my first quilt this year - I've got my eye on a simple stacked coins quilt and just need the right fabric for it! (I'm a new follower)

Celeste said...

I'm a follower. I have 6 friends that are pregnant right now & I'm 100% sure that I'd make as many baby quilts as possible out of that jelly roll!

Brenis said...

Happy Blogiversary!! :D I am now a new follower :D

Brenis said...

I'm thinking I might use it to make a whirlygig quilt, with a medium grey kona background! Either that, or a wonky log cabin quilt :D I LOVE the word fabrics and would want to use them to their best advantage!! :D Thanks for the chance!

MrsShilts said...

I've just discovered your blog and I'm very inspired! I'm a newbie follower :)

MrsShilts said...

ohh how would I use the jelly roll....well, i'd try to decide on a quilt pattern that I love (there are so many out there that I want to try!) I'd probably try and make a starburst quilt as the colours in the jelly roll are so beautiful i'd love to show them off and try my hand at piecing the blocks together..

Ann Marie said...

I am a follower, wow, what would I do with that jelly roll. That would be a hard decision. I would first have to lay it all out and let the fabrics talk to me. The fabrics always tell me what they want done with them.

Oops-Lah said...

I just won a book with patterns for jelly rolls. So I most probably would make one of those projects with it. Congratulations to your bog anniversary! Keep up the good work.

Oops-Lah said...

And I've just become a follower as well. Cheers

Kath said...

Have added you as a follower! Happy Boagaversary too. I would make a bag to carry my quilting things in, it's getting rater desperate right now!

Steph said...

I just became a follower.

sfolbert@shaw.ca

Steph said...

I would like to make a quilt for my little girl's doll bed. Or a quilt for one of my friends new babies. Or both maybe :)

sfolbert@shaw.ca

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