Saturday, January 15, 2011

Quilter's Cookbook Giveaway Winners

Hi everyone:

Thanks to everyone who entered in the giveaway for the Quilter's Cookbooks, generously donated by Michele Foster of Quilting Gallery. Thanks, Michele!

If you remember, to enter the giveaway I asked you to leave a comment advising what new project, if any, you had started in 2011. I've included the winners' responses below.

So, without further ado... or waiting... or drawing this out, 
the 4 giveaway winners are:

Winner of the 2009 Quilter's Cookbook

Teslaca, who 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!"

Glad to hear that you're trying appliqué - this is my favourite technique. I'll bet that you'll have that project finished quicker than you think!

Winner of the 2009 Quilter's Cookbook

BillieBee, who 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."

I hear you, BillieBee! I have way too many WIPs, fabric, kits, .... but there's always something around for me to work on.

Winner of the 2010 Quilter's Cookbook

Free indeed, who commented:

"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!"

Sounds like you have lots of projects to keep you busy. Congrats, Shelley, for winning another Chatterbox Quilts' draw!

Winner of the 2010 Quilter's Cookbook

Mary on Lake Pulaski, who advised:

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

I love the Glace fabric from Moda, well, really all Moda fabrics, but have yet to try one of the Schnibbles patterns, so you'll have to let me know how it goes.

After reading all the comments, I realize that I need to get going on some projects, although probably not new ones. I have enough WIPs to last me through 2011 and beyond! Maybe my goal should be to just try to finish a few :)


Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Thanks Kim! I made my first Mon Ami block and it look great with Glace!

SewCalGal said...

Congratulations to all the winners. And thank you Kim for a yummy giveaway.