Monday, December 9, 2013

SEW MAMA SEW - GIVEAWAY


This contest is now closed.
Thank your for commenting,  


Welcome to Kwilty Pleasures 
and thanks to Sew Mama Sew for this hop opp!

If you are a first time visitor...sew nice to meet you!
I have "almost" as much fun blogging, as I do 
in creating fun things with my fabric obesssion.

Take a look around and maybe 
you'll jump on myfabric wagon and


You don't have to be a follower to win this giveaway
but I'd love it if you are!

My giveaway is a Holiday package of
 Loralie Designs
from Quilting Treasures

1 yard panel of Holiday Angels

1 yard coordinating print



Add reds, greens, golds, white from your stash
and think of the fun possibilities...
A quilt, tote bag, pouches, journal covers, baskets!


Just in time for the Holidays!

Giveaway is open to all and will close Dec 13th at 5:00 p.m.

And hey, I didn't forget my current 550 followers!
I do appreciate your support as there
are a ga-zillion blogs you can choose to follow.
I am happy you find my blog worthy!

Sew, to enter the contest...leave me a comment with the
Title of your favorite kwilting book and WHY it is!  



Now click here to fly on....to your next fun stop!



89 comments:

  1. My favorite Quilty book right now is "Modern Bee". I love it!

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  2. My favorite Quilty book is one I have had for a long time. It is Lap Quilting by Georgia Bonesteel. I love it because she has great pictures, quilts and sewing, quilting directions. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  3. Kathy good morning. Love the Loralie fabrics.I have a fairly new quilting book that I like. It is called More 90 Minute quilts by Meryl Ann Butler.

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  4. I love Tula Pink's City Sampler. The blocks are great, and I love her pictures!!!!

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  5. I've been working on a project for a blog hop with, "Color Essentials - Crisp & Vibrant Quilts: 12 Modern Projects Featuring Precut Solids" by Amanda Murphy. She uses Kona pre-cuts. Love it.

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  6. I don't even have it yet, but I am anxiously waiting for Judy Madsen's Wide Open Spaces quilting book.

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  7. I don't have any quilting books yet, so I don't have a favorite. I guess you could say PINTEREST is my favorite book, since I spend a lot of time looking at quilts and articles on that.

    Pinterest has brought me to many blogs that I'd like to follow...but I have no idea how!!

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  8. Quilts Quilts Quilts is the reference book I turn to frequently.

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  9. I have only just made my first quilt. I just taught myself so I haven't any books yet. Being a beginner it would probably be a good idea to get some : )

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  10. I like Kumiko Sudo's Flower Origami book, because she starts with the handstitched folded flowers and then applies them to a quilt block.

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  11. My favorite quilt book is Tradition With A Twist by Blanche Young & Darlene Young Stone

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  12. Cute fabric! My favorite book is Leaders and Enders by Bonnie Hunter. I'm a book collector and hers speak to me because of the modern way she adapts traditional patterns. I've admired her for years and have also enjoyed several of her free patterns.

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  13. My favorite quilting book right now is Quilty Fun by Lori Holt…love her tutorials.

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  14. The Farmers Wives Pony Club... love the pictures and stories behind the blocks. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  15. Love the fabrics, thanks for a great giveaway. I think my favourite booy would be The Quilter's Bible: The Indispensable Guide to Patchwork, Quilting and Applique by Linda Clements because it was the very first kwilting book I bought and the one from which I started to teach myself.

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  16. Tula Pink's City Sampler. Love her fabrics and designs.

    whtsands4@aol.com

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  17. I use The Better Homes & Gardens Complete Quilting book is one i pull out all the time.

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  18. I like the books by Miss Rosie. Thanks .

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  19. My favorite is Jinny Beyer's The Quilter's Album of Patchwork Patterns. Lots & lots of wonderful block patterns, and even some history about how & when they were first published. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  20. What neat fabric, I've never seen it before! My favorite book is 5,500 Quilt Block Designs by Maggie Malone. Great reference book!

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  21. Adorable fabrics! My favorite book right now is First Steps to Free Motion Quilting - 2014 is the year!

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  22. Lately I've been paging through my Schnibbles books by Carrie Nelson. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  23. I enjoy Tula Pink's City Sampler....It gives me tons of blocks to chose from. kmcassie@gmail.com

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  24. One of my favorites is the Encyclopedia of Classic Quilt Patterns.

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  25. I don't really have any quilting books....I do like to roam the internet and find new ideas and tips on quilting...thank you for a wonderful giveaway....I love Loralie Designs....

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  26. All-in-One Quilter's Reference Tool by Harriet Hargrave. Best wishes from Argentina, ♥ Loralie fabrics!

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  27. Oh, what fun fabric. My favorite book right now is Quilty Fun by Lori Holt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  28. Adorable fabric! I only have 2 books and Fresh Fabric Treats is my favorite because...ummm...it's from Moda. Thank you for sharing!
    anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  29. now that is hard my favourite quilting book have so many and love most of them, The English quilter Jennie Rayment is one of my favourite authors Tucks textures and pleats I think is top of my list along with having lots of amazing ideas and instructions she also has lots of funny stories

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  30. Right now it is Angela Walter's Free-Motion Quilting, but it could be Judy Madsen's new book soon. Thanks for the chance!

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  31. I pull out The Better Homes & Gardens Complete Quilting book quite often for basic ideas the go to Pinterest and look for inspiration for ways to adapt and personalize.

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  32. I love the "Sundaymorning quilts". Her blog was one of the first blogs I read and I learnt so much. And the book is full of inspiration.

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  33. At the moment it's Lori Holt's Quilty Fun!
    I love her blocks and I'm enjoying the QAL!!

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  34. I do so many different techniques that I don't have a 'favorite' book. My newest book is Applique Takes Wing by Jane Townswick.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  35. Right now is Sunday Morning Quilts. Thanks for the chance!

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  36. Kathy Doughty's Material Obsession and Material Obsession 2....lots of eye candy!

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  37. I don't have any quilting books!! I'm a big fan of blogs and Pinterest because I can access them anywhere, and they lead to places, pictures and ideas I wasn't expecting. This is such a lovely offer - thank you, and Merry Christmas

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  38. I am using Simply Retro at the moment so I guess it is my current favorite. It is hard to choose because I am always thumbing through my books and planning my next project.

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  39. I have no quilting books... I just do some improvised scrap quilting :)
    Thanks for the chance.

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  40. All-in-One Quilter's Reference Tool because it has measurements and tables that I use often

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  41. Sunday Morning Quilts - I love using up all my scraps and it is so full of wonderful projects and ideas.

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  42. Mary Ellen Hopkin's book - It's Okay if you Sit on my Quilt. It's a great block book for ideas.

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  43. I guess I don't really have favorite books, but I do have magazines that I pour through, Quiltmaker, Love of Quilting and Modern Quilting.

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  44. That is SO hard. I basically like ALL books, because they can teach you something that you may not know. I'm looking forward to this book: Vintage Quilt Revival: 22 Modern Designs from Classic Blocks. I've seen some of the projects on their blogs and they are so beautiful! Thanks! ksmith8@emich.edu

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  45. My fav kwilting book would have to be Julie Herman's "Skip the Borders" because finding that one at the library started the whole ball rolling!

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  46. lately I've been checking art quilt books out from the library. Good for browsing through with a cup of tea on Saturday mornings ;)

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  47. I haven't picked up a quilt book as such but I am reading the Some Day Quilt Mysteries by Clare O'Donohue.
    Does that count?
    Great giveaway, Kathy :)

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  48. I don't have any quilting books, I prefer to look around the internet at people's blogs. I like crazy mom quilts.

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  49. Well right now me and may daughter are going through the learn to sew books and making projects out of them for her. she is really liking those books and so am I!

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  50. Honest, I do not have a favorite book other than whichever one I'm reading at any point in time!! I could die for the Loralie Designs.

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  51. As soon as possible I buy patchwork books. The last one I bought is: jelly babies (adorable quilts from 2 1/2 strips) - That Patchwork Place
    annapav47(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. That Holiday Angel fabric is gorgeous...love it! Right now my favorite book is Amanda Murphy's new release. Great giveaway and I follow you around of course.

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  53. The Complete Guide to Quilting by Better Homes and Garden.Great giveaway hope I win, thanks!!
    knittingmad(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  54. I like the looks of Wide Open Spaces by Green fairy quilts. I am into new and inspiring quilt ideas.

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  55. I keep The Better Homes & Gardens Complete Quilting book as my go to resource.

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  56. I don't have any quilting books although I buy a lot of magazines...I'm new to quilting! I have to say this is the cutest Christmas fabric I have ever seen! Thank you for a chance to win! Happy HOlidays!

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  57. Quilts, Quilts, Quilts is a go to for me

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  58. I don't know if I have a favorite... I know right now I am lusting over Modern Neutrals... I want this for Christmas!

    You fabric is so cute!

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  59. It's more a sewing than a quilting book, but Patchwork Please would be mine, solely for all the great projects in the book :)

    Thanks for the chance to with these!

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  60. At the time it is PATCHWORK PLEASE, but subject to change as I am a fickle quilter and frequently find another favorite. I am happy to follow you on Bloglovin. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  61. My favorite is Quilts from the Quiltmaker's Gift. Love the children's book the Quiltmaker's Gift too. I just love the classic patterns in the book and the directions are clear too.

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  62. I have two favorites currently. One is Sunday Morning Quilts. I adore scrap quilts! The other one is Quilty Fun by Lori Holt. I am doing her weekly sew along in conjunction with her book. Also a scrappy project. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. Carol Doaks' 300 paper piecing patterns. I love that book!

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  64. My favorite quilting book- that is very hard but I do return to a few for inspiration- Collaborative quilting by Freddy Moran and Gwen Marston. It is such a terrific book of color- I also love the Gee Bend quilters and Paula nadelstern kaleidoscope quilts and Ricky Tims works. The list does go on and on. Thanks for participating in the blog hop.
    Regards from Alberta, Canada,
    Anna
    quiltmom1@shaw.ca

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  65. Um...Honestly I do not have any quilting books. I would love to get some, but I normally would rather purchase fabric. We have an extremely low budget for crafty stuff. That 90 minute quilts book looks like one I would buy if I had extra money.

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  66. Right now Quilty Fun by Lori Holt is the book I keep pouring over. I keep Angela Walters free motion quilting by my side to.I am learning to FMQ and it is just a good book to try patterns out.

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  67. Right now Quilty Fun by Lori Holt is the book I keep pouring over. I keep Angela Walters free motion quilting by my side to.I am learning to FMQ and it is just a good book to try patterns out.

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  68. I learned to hand stitch using Jenny Beyers handquilting book

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  69. I am a new quilter and don't have any books yet. I am hoping to win at least one, so I will tell you next year. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

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  70. Free motion quilting with Angela Walters bc I am learning how to FMQ!

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  71. I haven't quilted yet! I sew, but I haven't quilted... so my fav sewing book is Little Green Dresses.
    mandiprout80 @ gmail. com

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  72. I don't have a favorite book. I do subscribe to Love of Quilting and McCall's Quilting though.

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  73. my favorite book is watercolor quilts. It is my favorite because I gave it to my Mom and when she was going through chemo I moved back home for two months and we made the heart quilt, we finished the heart but she passed before the second one was finished.. many wonderful memories because of this book

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  74. Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year!
    Bring you Good wishes of happiness.

    Sorry for greeting you earlier,, just don't want miss saying this.
    By the way, I'm clotee. I am blogger too, and now try my best luck to open an e-store. Nice to know you.

    Regards,
    Clotee

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  75. My favorite quilt book is Collaborative Quilts. I love the sections on color, and I love the idea of first constructing "building blocks" and then using them to lay out and make an original quilt.

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  76. OMG I haven't seen this design yet from Loralie. I love her stuff and thanks for the chance to win this. My current favorite book is Angela Walter's Free Motion Quilting. I'm learning so much from her.

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  77. Right now I am in love with any book on hexagons....

    Usha
    usharaneem@yahoo.com

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  78. I don't have a favorite quilting book. Whatever inspires me at the moment is what I like.

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  79. I follow by email and I love Modern baby. I find myself amking more and more baby quilts these days

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  80. I can't be pinned down on one particular book - I love so many! I have a growing library of craft books and I just love to look through them all and think of the projects I'd love to do ....

    lucy mclaurin at Hotmail dot com

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  81. I love Sunday Morning Quilts. Just so many awesome designs in it.

    desi@weeshare.net

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  82. I'm new to quilting so for now my favorite book is The Quilters Bible. It answers a lot questions for me. I dearly love the Holiday Angels panel. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win. Have a Happy Holidays. I follow you by Bloglovin and email. katztoo1(at)frontier(dot)com

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  83. I like Camille Roskelley books. Simplify was my first by her. The colour scheme is like eye candy.

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  84. Quilting in the Limelight Naylor

    leeanna
    leeannaquilts@gmail.com

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