Sunday, January 9, 2011

Quilter's Cookbook Giveaway



Check out the Quilter's Cookbooks, both filled with yummy recipes, quilts and heart-warming stories from quilters around the world. Michele from the Quilting Gallery has professionally compiled these fabulous cookbooks that you can download and have available instantly. Don't you just love instant gratification?


The theme of the 2009 edition of the Cookbook is "Quick and easy recipes, so we can get back to quilting!".  It contains 119 recipes and 76 photos of gorgeous quilts. The theme of the 2010 edition is "Holiday Traditions" and you'll find 135 great recipes in addition to 72 beautiful quilt photos.


I loved the recipes and reading the stories behind the quilt photos that were submitted. Interesting reading, photos of quilts and great recipes - it just doesn't get any better than this!


To help celebrate the recent release of the 2010 edition of the Quilter's Cookbook, Michele has generously donated 2 sets of these downloadable books for my blog readers. That's 4 Cookbooks in total (2 of the 2009 edition and 2 of the 2010 edition)! I'm sure you'd love to win one of these great Cookbooks and this is how you can enter to do just that.


Since it's still early in 2011, I won't make this too difficult for you. Just leave a comment at the bottom of this post letting me know if you have started a new 2011 quilt project, and if so, a few details about it (I'm nosey!). The contest is open from now until 8:00 p.m. MST on January 14, 2011.


Good luck!

15 comments:

quiltmom said...

Well it appears I am your first commenter Kim- I have started a quilt in my head and in my heart- now I just need to get physically working on it. It is a quilt for my father's 80th birthday. I have some panels and some other fabrics to go with a nature theme- just not sure how it will all work out.
Thanks for the chance to win a cookbook.
Regards from snowy Edmonton,
Anna

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I have several BOMs for 2011 I'm trying not to make.....grin. They may get the better of me yet. I have way too many UFOs.

Ronnie said...

Hi, I'm planning on making many baby items this year for my GreatNiece. Lots of fun making baby things!!

Marnie said...

A girl at work is getting married so I have started a quilt for her in purples, her favorite colour!!

Treasa said...

I have a couple of baby quilts in mind. Just found out last week I need these by August. So I have plenty of time. Thanks for the chance.

free indeed said...

I just finished an eye spy bag and 9 block lotto blocks. I'd like to begin an hex quilt for myself to work on over the year, and I need at least 2 baby boy quilts for March. Lots of stuff in my head, but nothing in my hands yet!

Anonymous said...

I'm working on my first Log Cabin Quilt for a birthday gift. Have 12 blocks made and fabric cut for 12 more. Need 36 total. Then I might try to make a mug rug. I would love to win a cookbook! :) Joan T

Barbara D'Angelo said...

I am working on a baby quilt, the recipient, ny neices new baby, made an early arrival on Dec 31st, was due Jan 22nd, so guess I should get moving a little faster lol

kc said...

Oh my gosh yes - I have SIX different quilts started already. Unfortunately, they are only on the design wall in my head at the moment! Aside from that, I made a camo-quilt for the military on New Year's Day and a blanket for new baby grand; I figured that was a great way to start the year. Now I have 4 craft shows to prepare for, so I'm busy with other sewing, but eventually, I will get around to those quilty things! Would love to win a cookbook for easy recipes - I'm always cooking the same ole things & I'm beginning to be bored, but it seems I never have the time (or ingredients) to prepare dishes that need more than 5 items! Thanks for all the inspiration (and giveaways)!!

MoeWest said...

Thanks for the chance to win a cookbook. I have a project list but I'm still organizing my sewing room etc.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I just started a new quilt today - using some Glace and the Mon Ami Schnibbles pattern!

Shannon said...

Those sound like a lot of fun. I have a few projects going. One of them is the Birdie Stitches BOM. I just love the picture of the first block. It was fun trying to match the fabric I am using with the DMC floss. Thank you for the give away.

Teslaca said...

These cookbooks look very nice. I started a new quilting project last week. It's an appliqued quilt - my first! I've done only machine pieced and quilted quilts up to now and want to improve my stitching by hand. It'll probably take me all year!

Terri. said...

I am planning on making a quilt for my niece for her wedding, it's what she asked for from me. It has been very difficult to pick fabric for this quilt, I want it to be perfect.
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Denise said...

I have yet to start a quilt new project perse. My project is really now just organizing my stash and putting it into a new wall storage cube system so I can see at a glance what I have. LOTS of folding thus far!