Let’s Get Sewing | Giving Day 12

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I can hardly believe that today is the last day of in the 12 Days of Giving. If you are just joining us now you will want to hurry up and enter to win each prize package because tomorrow is the big day.  Each package is designed to inspire us to get that needle moving. So, what are you waiting for, let’s get sewing!

Days of Giving - 12 Days of Giveaways

Before I dive into today’s prize package I wanted to remind everyone that this is just one of twelve giveaway packages being offered. You can find all of them here.

'Tis the season and it is better to give than recieve. So get ready because The Sewing Loft is about to start 12 Days of Giving. Over $1200 in prizes.

Now let’s get to the goods shall we. Each day I have shared detailed pictures but today I’m just going to offer a few highlights. This way it truly feels like a gift to the lucky winner when they open it.

No excuses.... let's get sewing! This giveaway is packed with sewing inspiration. Be sure to see all of the prize packages being offered during The Sewing Loft's 12 Days of Giving. Over $1200 in prizes.

This goodie box has fabric, a fun pattern from my friend Kate at See Kate Sew and plenty of bling for you to experiment with. But the real treasure lies beneath the cover of the sewing tin packed inside is tons of fun accessories, tools and goodies.

No excuses.... let's get sewing! This giveaway is packed with sewing inspiration. Be sure to see all of the prize packages being offered during The Sewing Loft's 12 Days of Giving. Over $1200 in prizes.

Let’s Get Sewing Giveaway

 

Gift package includes:

Gift package is valued at approximately $160.00.

Now, I don’t want to give too much away but this package is perfect for every skill level.

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Stop staring at those cute little fabric bundles you picked up at the store and select a few of your favorites from this list of over 100 fat quarter projects with free patterns. The Sewing Loft

 

 

 

 

100 Fat Quarter Projects 

Stop staring at those cute little fabric bundles you picked up at the store and select a few of your favorites from this list of over 100 fat quarter projects with free patterns.

 

100+ FREE Skirt Patterns. Easy sewing for any skill level. The Sewing Loft

 

 

100 Skirt Patterns 

Make something fun for yourself with these FREE skirt patterns. You will find something for every skill level.

 

 

 

I'm treating myself to a new bag with this amazing list of over 100 FREE Tote Bag Patterns from The Sewing Loft

 

 

 

 

100 Tote Bag Patterns

Treating yourself to a new bag with this amazing list of over 100 FREE Tote Bag patterns.

 

 

Now that I’ve got your creative wheels spinning from all those patterns, it’s time to get sewing! Don’t forget to enter the giveaway below and share the holiday cheer with a friend.

Let’s Get Sewing Giveaway Package

 

Giving Day 12

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Comments

  1. If time were not important, I would make quilts all day long.

  2. I would like to make a queen-sized double wedding ring quilt. The pattern is beautiful and I would use either calico prints or batiks. I haven’t decided yet, but I am leaning toward the traditional calico fabrics. There are just so many pieces to cut and then to piece. I hope one day when I have more experience making large quilts!

  3. large bed size quilts.

  4. If time was not an issue I would do a massive Bargello quilt

  5. A Christmas tree skirt… seems I forget each year until I pull the tree out, and by then we are wrapped up in the busy Christmas season and I don’t want to spend the time doing it!

  6. I would love to make a quilt to hang for every month and a wedding ring Quilt for our bed

  7. I would make a BEAUTIFUL winter Jacket since I live in FL I don’t need a full coat but a really nice jacket would be wonderful.
    Becca G

  8. I would like to make a quilt for my bed.

  9. Marchita Sutton says:

    I would make a quilt for each of my grandchildren

  10. I would love to be able to make a full size quilt using appliqué. Probably a pattern by Kim Diehl. Thanks for the wonderful 12 days giveaway. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

  11. NevadaJane says:

    Anything and everything! I would love the time to just create hopefully beautiful and useful things.

  12. If I had all the time in the world, I would love to make a quilt for each of my family and friends!

  13. Quilts for my kids (and myself!)

  14. Dawn Jones says:

    A Queen sized scrap quilt for my bed.

  15. A double wedding ring quilt or one of those appliqué quilts with all the tiny little pieces

  16. Cherri Kincaid says:

    A new large quilt using some of my machine embroidery appliques.

  17. Katie Wink says:

    If time was no issue, I’d love to make a Pickledish quilt

  18. I would like to make a quilt for each of my grandchildren but since I have 28 of them and nr. 29 on the way that may not happen. I have made 8 of them so far.

  19. Debbie Brewster says:

    I have the fabric for “Antelope Canyon” to make for our bed. Now I just need to find the time.

  20. I would love to make a king-sized quilt for our bed in the master bedroom. It would be so awesome to have one in there and made by me!

  21. K'Lynn Wait says:

    I have quilts I would like to make and several clothing items also.

  22. Maggie Sheer says:

    A king-sized scrappy quilt made of 2″ HST squares.

  23. Sandy Rodgers says:

    I would like to make a Baltimore Album queen size quilt and a Double Wedding Ring queen size quilt.

  24. Raquel Litherland says:

    I would like to finish the two quilts I have started.

  25. Lorene Holbrook says:

    A double wedding ring quilt!

  26. Laura Brown says:

    I would make all the fabric necessities for my home if time was no issue! From all the curtains, blankets, sheets, and table linens to clothes for everyone! I would make my children all the soft toys possible, with accessories.

  27. If time were no issue I would love to learn how and to make a coat !!

  28. Patti McGarry says:

    I would love to make a bed size quilt for my husband, children and grandchildren. I know that’s not one thing but that is my greatest desire!

  29. Kellie Campbell says:

    I would love to make a horse quilt that I’m planning on making for myself with a bunch of embroidery and appliqué on it. But I’m planning on making a queen size one and that would take a long time to design it and make it.

  30. Jayne Dough says:

    I would make my daughter’s entire wardrobe (if time AND MONEY weren’t an issue!). 🙂

  31. Deborah Ward says:

    definitly learn how to make quilts, bridal veils and bridal hats

  32. Diane Magnuson says:

    I’m a cloth art doll and critter maker. Would love to spend unlimited time making a series of dolls in a storybook theme.

  33. I for sure would love to make some full sized quilts that are involved designs that I do not have time for right now.

  34. large quilts and I’d love to make more of my kiddos clothes, but time is an issue and they always grow so fast!!

  35. Quilting Tangent says:

    A big detailed Mariners Compass.

  36. A Wedding Ring Quilt

  37. A King sized quilt

  38. Quilts! Lots of quilts, i have a long list!

  39. I’d love to make a Baltimore Album style quilt.

  40. I would love to make a complete set of sheets, pillow case and quilt for my bedroom.

  41. I want to go through all my quilt books and make every quilt in those books!

  42. I have a lot of quilt patterns still on my to do list. Hope I live long enough.

  43. Sharon Crawley says:

    I would love to make a king-size bed quilt, but really haven’t the time as life gets in the way. Merry Christmas xx

  44. I have never made a real quilt before, only pillows, so if time were not a factor, I would make a double size quilt, something retro with a fun modern twist, for our new vintage look white metal bed. Thank you so much for all the giveaways. I know it’s a lot of work to post those with great photos, too!

  45. I would love to make a Baltimore quilt. 🙂

  46. If time were no issue, I’d make many more lap sized quilts for donation.

  47. Estela Reyes says:

    A hand sewn crazy quilt of velvet and silk pieces. With embroidery and bead embellishment.

  48. If time was no issue…I would make quilts for the Grankiddo’s!! & Seasonal Quilts for our Family room! Thanks for these fun Give-a-ways too! 🙂

  49. if time was no object (money, too), I would make everything that popped into my head. Quilts, bags, elaborate costumes…..all the clothes for my family

  50. Carla Hundley says:

    A queen sized quilt!
    I’ve never made one.
    Thanks for the fun
    giveaways and
    Merry Christmas!
    Carla from Utah

  51. I admire art quilts so much, especially the improv quilts – I would love to learn to do them.

  52. Of all the projects swimming in my head that I’d like to make someday, I have to choose one? I’m retired and should be able to spend more time sewing and finishing all those quilts. I think I’d just like to choose the time part of your question.

  53. Mary Morrison says:

    I just retired so time is no issue. I just pieced a baby quilt and after the holidays I will be quilting it! I would love to learn more about fitting clothes will sewing. That seems to be my biggest challenge!

  54. Kathy Cummings says:

    I would love to make a double wedding ring quilt! I just got a curved ruler!!
    Thank you!

  55. Julie Zeigler says:

    I would love to just sit and sew peacefully! Maybe matching outfits for my grandkids, maybe a quilted throw for a friend. Just whatever I wanted- with no time lines or pressure or interruptions! Lol!

  56. Marti Meadows says:

    A wedding ring quilt.

  57. Sue Holman says:

    Quilts for all my beds and for all my family members.

  58. I would love to make a king sized flannel quilt with matching pillow shams, bed skirt and curtains if I had all the time in the world to make them. Thanks!

  59. Lori Smanski says:

    oh wow, if time was no issue I would be able to quilt more, I would love to spend more time with family and friends.

  60. If time was no issue, I would like to make a Baltimore quilt with lots of flowers for our master bedroom.

  61. I would love to make a quilt for my mom.

  62. I would like to make a dress coat.

  63. Leslie Marling says:

    I would just sew! I would really like to make some quilts for charity– children,veterans,etc.

  64. Lorraine Warner says:

    If time were not an issue, I’d never leave the sewing room!!! New wardrobe for me and my ever growing grandchildren. And try to make some of those wonderful quilts I see.

  65. Sandy Norris says:

    I would love to sew a covering for my bed with embroidered Disney designs.

  66. I would love to make a beautiful wedding gown,I made one for a barbie doll and a bear,but since I started sewing I wanted to make an adult wedding gown. Sheila

  67. I really want to make a Hexie quilt!

  68. What a terrific box of fun goodies to stitch with! Some lucky person is going to be thrilled to win this prize!

  69. A quilt for all of my friends.

  70. I would love to make a king size quilt for our bed, and then a bed quilt for each of my family members and grandkids. All those would need a lot of time.

  71. I would make art quilts for each month/season/holiday.

  72. To have all the time in the world to make a “Grandmother’s Garden” quilt would be like so, so lovely.

  73. Blinds for all my windows

  74. I would learn how to quilt, then make quilts for everyone in my family, including my three new nieces.

  75. if time were not an issue I would make caserole cozies and knitting bags for all my knitting peeps.

  76. Mary Sue Wysocki says:

    No time limits. I would make new duvet cover and pillow covers for my bedroom

  77. I would enjoy all my time making throws & pillows for family & friends & animal shelters & homeless shelter !!!

  78. I would finish my New Hexagon Milefiore quilt, I’ve made a start hand quilting the huge quilt.

  79. If time were no issue, I would make a New York Beauty quilt. May make one anyway someday!

  80. patricia Murphy says:

    If time was no issue, there isn’t just one thing I would make, instead I would finish all my started projects!

  81. I would make more quilts!

  82. A king size quilt for my bed

  83. I would love to make a queen size quilt for my daughter.

  84. a queen size quilt

  85. I would make an entire wardrobe of sun protective clothing for my family.

  86. I would finish the quilt I started about 6 years ago. I am hoping that 2018 is the year to have that thing DONE!

  87. Cindy Zink says:

    A bargello quilt

  88. I’d love to make a queen size quilt like the one my grandma made probably 50 years ago. It was beautiful applique and my sister and I loved it so much we wore it out.im so sad!

  89. A new wardrobe for myself.

  90. Karen Wilson says:

    I have a UFO in my closet that is for a queen size diamond wedding ring quilt done in 30’s print. My goal is to finish it within the next 20 years. It was started 14 years ago. But, this is my oldest UFO. One day….

  91. I would love to make a Cosplay outfit that includes peacock feathers, I have the pattern for it but the time needed just isn’t available at the moment.

  92. Lanna Wheatley says:

    I would love to make a queen size double wedding ring quilt. It is one of my favorite patterns

  93. Annette Moore says:

    I would love to finish hand quilting my dear Jane quilt

  94. Oh man! If time were no issue, I’d make myself a complete new wardrobe, including corsets and bras. But time… I’d be finished in 2042.

  95. A new queen sized quit for my bed

  96. I would make a grandmother’s garden quilt.

  97. Sheryl A Stiemann says:

    if time were not an issue, I would finish the t-shirt quilt for my daughter. The pieces are all cut out and I just need to find time to sew!!

  98. Jane from MA says:

    A pair of good fitting jeans

  99. I would love to make something with zippers

  100. Handmade cathedral windows for my king bed or paper pieced flower garden. My age tells me to get going! Hehe!

  101. Cheryl Craig says:

    I would make quilts for others as well as for myself if time was not an issue! And I would see dresses for my toddler granddaughter.

  102. Sommerville says:

    If time wasn’t an issue, I’d love to make clothes and toys for all the underprivileged children all over the world!

  103. Cheryl Beck says:

    If I had unlimited time I would make more quilts from my long to do list and finish some projects that I have started. I would love to have an embroidery machine and learn how to do machine embroidery.

  104. Cindy McIlvain says:

    Quilts for each of my grandchildren.

  105. Victoria S. says:

    If time were no issue, I’d love to make myself a whole new wardrobe!

  106. Pants and jeans that fit both my large legs and small waist.

  107. Angela J Short says:

    If time were no issue, I’d make a Judy N. quilt. She has some amazing patterns! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  108. A double wedding ring quilt.

  109. If time wasn’t an issue I would sew my wardrobe that would not only fit well but would be flattering. And comfortable. But not frumpy.

  110. Bethni Lee says:

    There ate so many things!! The first I would like to attempt is a judy neimeyer lone star king size quilt! Then, a king feathered star… oh, the list goes on and on!

  111. I would locate someone to help me draft a pattern for a mariners compass to use in a quilt for a grand daughter who recently passed an exam to be come skipper of a ship in the Florida Keys. I need to learn to paper piece. I am a novice quilter. I have a metal m. compass to use as a guide in drafting a pattern.

  112. Angela Bowling says:

    I would make table runners for all different seasons and holidays for me and my children.

  113. I would love to make a huge ball gown

  114. A quilt for just me!

  115. A winter coat!

  116. Evelyn Harkins says:

    A king sized appliquéd art quilt.

  117. If time was no object, I would make purses. I love bags, and making them is time consuming but so rewarding.

  118. I have several appliqué quilts I would like to make. I’d also like to work on stitching out my sewing machine’s stitches (make a sampler) and practice some free-motion quilting.

  119. Shirley Carney says:

    I would love to finish quilt for my son!

  120. A hand-quilted applique quilt in a modern take on a Baltimore Album.

  121. Jeannie Zimmerman says:

    If time were no object, I would ❤️ to make a quilt for my bed of my family tree! A pieced large tree with embroidered names and dates on the leaves. Someday.

  122. I would make a toasty warm quilt for every homeless person in the Northeast.

  123. I have never yet tried to make a quilt..If time was no issue this is what I would love to do.

  124. I would make all the quilts I want to make!

  125. If I had the time and talent I would make a queen size quilt.

  126. DeeDee Johnson says:

    my granddaughters wedding dresses..

  127. I would finish all my UFOs & there are ALOT of them!

  128. I would love to make a trench coat if I had no (mostly self-imposed) time constraints. Thanks for all these wonderful giveaways, Heather!

  129. I’d finish my Augusta Cole Confetti Quilt.

  130. Tamrey Davis says:

    New quilt for me!

  131. Helen Barnhart says:

    I would break out a kit I was given last Christmas!

  132. (For Giving Day 12) If time wasn’t an issue, I would love to make a purse.

  133. Patricia Howard says:

    I don’t know! There is so much I’d love to do!

  134. A bed quilt for my parents.

  135. Cathy Carlstrom says:

    When time isn’t an issue someday, I dream of being able to make a full-size keepsake quilt for each of my three sons!!

  136. There are so many quilts on my list to make but the one that I feel will take the most time is a New York beauty.

  137. Susan Green says:

    Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt

  138. Brenda Farmer says:

    A double wedding ring quilt for my bff for Christmas.

  139. Vicki Formby says:

    Finish all my ufos and make quilts for anyone who needed or wanted one.

  140. Dawn Gilbert says:

    Would love to win

  141. Andrea Larsen says:

    I would make a quilt and a seasonal table runner for all my friends & family

  142. I would love to make everyone in my family a big, beautiful quilt, based on their likes, hobbies, etc.!

  143. Kellie Warren says:

    New Curtains for my whole house

  144. Helen Glover says:

    Well if time and skill was no issue I would make a mariner’s compass queen size quilt for my husband who has a boat and loves to fish. it would take some time! At least, for me. Thanks for the giveaway.

  145. carolyn montgomery says:

    a quilt for all my kids, grands, nieces and nephews and all the people i love

  146. Esther A Robison says:

    I would make a lone star quilt .

  147. Cindy Jones Bechinski says:

    I would craft and sew FOREVER! So many unfinished projects and then maybe a wedding dress for someone close to me.

  148. A king size scrappy quilt.

  149. Bonnie L Thiem says:

    A King sized quilt.

  150. I would love to make a Quilted Shawl for a Christmas gift, for my friend who has ALS.

  151. A crazy quilt. Not sure I have that much patience though.

  152. I think it would be fun to own a cashmere dress sometime in my lifetime!

  153. I would love to make a hand stitched quilt…drapes for my 144″ window…dolls for my great nieces…the list is endless!!!

  154. A sewing machine cover.

  155. I would love to make two queen size quilts for our beds, one for the guest room and one for our bed.

  156. A quilt for my bed

  157. Sheryle J Augustine says:

    If I had all the time in the world, I would make a Baltimore Album quilt

  158. If time was not an issue I would love to learn to quilt.

  159. If time was not an issue and I had the quilting skill, I would love to make my husband a Quilt of Valor from all the 34 years he was in the military. The wars, the separations,…..

  160. Oh my, too many choices to even think about. But I think I would try to make plush toys for the kids in the hospital seeing as time is not an issue. 😁

  161. Lynne Dardanell says:

    A quilt!!! I’ve never made one!

  162. Shauntrisa says:

    Just one??? Lol. Probably a quilt for my daughter’s bed since I’ve never had the uninterrupted time to do so. Maybe I’ll get it done before her wedding… ps… she’s 7 lol!

  163. I would love to make an entire couture wardrobe for myself!!

  164. Hard to pick just one thing – I’d say jeans that fit me.

  165. two double weddings rings for my two granddaughter. They are 18 and 21 I need to get busy

  166. Joan Mitchell says:

    I need a king size quilt… but since I’ve never made a quilt of any size, starting that big might be like biting off more than i can chew…still, If time was no issue, I might give it a shot anyhow.

  167. NancyB from Many La says:

    I would make 1 quilt for each member of my family (sister and her family and brother and his family)

  168. Renea Yarolim says:

    A king size Pineapple quilt that is paper pieced.

  169. If time were not an issue, I would make a hand embroidered sampler quilt of antique looking designs! And then hand quilt it!

  170. Brenda Ackerman says:

    There are some of the most beautiful applique quilts in the quilting world, of course just as many pieced ones also, but I would love to be able to design a queen sized quilt for my husbands and mine bed with all hand turned pieces and hand stitched on.

  171. If time was no issue, I would be making a queen size quilt using Bonnie Hunter’s pattern “The Straits of Mackinac”. I love the colors, the design, and the fact that I live in Michigan makes it all the better.

  172. I would make a wedding dress and queen size quilt!

  173. Simone Thompson says:

    One thing?? How about my ONE long list of things I would love to make.
    Or perhaps the one thing might be everything that is sewable for my new born first grand-daughter – from clothes to bedding to decorations to totes, bags, baskets, toys, etc. 🙂
    I would be sew happy!!

  174. If I had the time, I would learn to make watercolor quilts. I think they are beautiful.

  175. Pretty quilt for our queen bed.

  176. Ivonne Walters says:

    Sew clothing for a children’s charity.

  177. Nancy Baker says:

    Finish the quilts yet to make for grandkids, then new ones for kids, then for all my beds!

  178. A Baltimore Album Quilt

  179. auntiepatch69 says:

    If time was no issue, I would quilt all of my quilt tops and give them to family and friends for Christmas.

  180. Gifts for friends and family

  181. Jennifer Essad says:

    I’d love to make clothes for children from 0-12 to donate accordingly

  182. Just lots more quilts. I want to make a double wedding ring, and finish up some others. Thanks.

  183. Cindy Bowling says:

    I would love to make both of my granddaughters a quilt like my grandmother made for me and my sister.

  184. Evelyn Ware says:

    I would love to make one of the beautiful in the hoop embroidery quilts that I see so many ladies making. Especially a Christmas one!

  185. If no time restraints and kids, I’d love to make a really nice dress for myself and my daughter, and a quilt for each child incorporating their favorite colors and items.

  186. A queen size Trapunto quilt. They are just so beautiful.

  187. I’d make a quilt for my bed.

  188. Oh that is easy, a French Jacket with all quilting, handsewing and the gorgeous trim, buttons and chain .

  189. A Baltimore album quilt

  190. If I had all the time I needed, I would create anything my adult daughters and son wanted me to make, in addition to all the items I have planned to make, but haven’t….yet!

  191. I want to design and make a wallhanging featuring a Cypriot design for my archaeologist daughter

  192. Deb Pommier says:

    quilt for my bed with embroidery

  193. Embroidered quilt

  194. Francie Holt says:

    If time were no issue, I would hand sew a double wedding ring quilt!

  195. Donna Stellway says:

    If time was no issue, I’d make more of all the things I love to sew like quilts, bags and doll clothes.

  196. I’d love to make a quilted bedspread for my queen sized bed.

  197. Jennifer Collins says:

    I would make a quilt for one of my kids and then start again on another one when that one was complete!

  198. Teresa Knittingdancer says:

    I would make quilts for my family and very close friends.

  199. Edith Gorzo says:

    I too, want to make a New York Beauty quilt. What a beautiful prize package. Thanks for the draw. Merry Christmas!

  200. Margaret Wellstead says:

    It’s a small world quilt plus many more things that I see on Pinterest

  201. I would like to make Tula Pink’s Bird Seed quilt.

  202. An art quilt using one of the photos we took in Yosemite as the inspiration.

  203. Quilts for days!!!

  204. Linda Kernodle says:

    I would like to make my children and grandchildren a quilt.

  205. Sam Nicholson says:

    A stamp quilt, all by hand.

  206. Hand appliqued, hand quilted quilt. Just not enough time to do both, at least for me…

  207. I would sew clothing. I would love to make all my dresses.

  208. I would make a quilt for my bed

  209. I would make a Baltimore Album quilt. I enjoy hand applique. Thanks so much for these 12 days of fun!

  210. I would love to finish my own bed quilt

  211. I’d make myself a complete costume from my favorite MCU character.

  212. Stephanie Stavert says:

    An evening dress ready to go dancing with my husband

  213. Shannon Yiannaki says:

    I would make baby doll clothes for my daughter.

  214. Wendy A Engelmann says:

    I would love to make a bed skirt and bedspread with Native American or Mexican print fabric. Maybe even a quilted bedspread!

  215. Wig all the time in the world I would love to explore the possibilities of FMQ

  216. Some really complicated, show-worthy quilt.

  217. If time wasn’t an issue, I would make a ruler carrier.

  218. Machine embroider all of my jeans and jackets to make matching outfits

  219. Linda Collum says:

    If time were no object, I’d make a King size quilt for my bed and then finish all my UFOs.

  220. I’d like to make a long quilted coat.

  221. Lena Hussey says:

    A lone star king size quilt for my brother. He is a widower and lives in Texas so this would be ideal for him. Hopefully after the first of the year.

  222. Tonya Flores says:

    I would make a quilt fit my king sized bed!

  223. A fancy dress with tulle underneath!

  224. Make a pleated dress out of beautiful fabric and a tulle under skirt

  225. I would like to make a crazy quilt with all the hand embroidery and different fabrics.

  226. I wuld probably start with the Christmas Tree skirt which has been promised for many a year and then start on the list of patterns I have collected on my to do list.

  227. Christina Miller says:

    I would love to make a queen sized quilt. I only have ever made mini quilts. Maybe one day when I’m retired 🙂

  228. Jean Palionis says:

    When my grandmother died, I inherited 7quilt tops. I did finish one unfinished one and gave it as a baby gift to my first grandchild. But I would sit and quilt until those 7 tops were completed.

  229. I would like to increase my skill and make a dress.

  230. A King sized quilt.

  231. Lorna DeSantis says:

    I would make a quilt requested by my daughter. It would be her choice.

  232. Quilts for all my family members and friends

  233. Dawn Hanson says:

    I would love to be able to make a bed quilt for each of my children and grandchildren

  234. Sarah Moore says:

    I would finish the Christmas gifts I started a month ago! 🙂

  235. Lori Walker says:

    An entire wardrobe for my girls … And their dolls

  236. Karole Vosburgh says:

    Finish all of my quilts!

  237. Judi Smimo says:

    Complete all my started projects, and design a quilt using my grandson’s old baby clothes.

  238. A quiet book for my little one.

  239. My mother was a quilter so I would love to try to make some of the quilts she made for me.

  240. Cheryl Bell says:

    I would love to make a winter coat for myself or in the future my daughters wedding dress (she is only 10!). x

  241. Lots and lots of pillows !

  242. Denise Inman says:

    I would love to make a Double Wedding Ring Quilt.
    The tin from this give away will be perfect for Samaritans Purse Operation Christmas Child box.

  243. I would love to make a king size quilt.

  244. If was not an issue I would make a queen size quilt for my bed!

  245. I would make my daughter’s dress snd my son shorts and I would like to learn how to make a quilt.

  246. Sandra L Woerner says:

    My son has Down Syndrome and due to a large belly wears his pants below his belly. I have yet to figure out how to make pants that fit without all the extra fabric in his groin area along with no buttons or zippers. I would love to have the time to figure this out.

  247. If time was no issue I would finish all of my UFO’s!

  248. I would love to make a queen size quilt for my bed! Since I have limited time I tend to stick to smaller things so there’s more of a chance that I’ll finish them. I have so many UFOs that I wonder if I’ll ever have time to get them!!
    Thanks so much for this fun 12 days of giveaways – you are truly a wonderful person!
    Wishing you and your family a very blessed and Merry Christmas 🙂

  249. Darlene Thompson says:

    Make a special quilt for each of my 5 grandchildren

  250. Some day…a queen size quilt

  251. Brittany H says:

    I would put a quilt together of all our family reunions from my Mamaws family. She and my great uncle are the only two left of TEN children. She is 83!

  252. finishing the full bloom quilt

  253. Theresa C. says:

    I would love to make bed pillows for my cats, Gracie and Chloe, as well as my grandcats, Sophie and Zelda.

  254. I would make more quilts and give them to my extended family.

  255. Joyce Carter says:

    I would love to make a queen sized Crazy Quilt. Thank you for all the awesome giveaways.

  256. Melinda Mustered says:

    I’d make a queen size quilt for my own bed!

  257. A double wedding ring quilt as well as a double Irish chain quilt. With hand quilting too.

  258. Tracy Painter says:

    I’d love to make a luggage set to take to retreats and weekend getaways.

  259. Carol Betts says:

    I would make a new appliqué quilt for my bed

  260. If time were no issue I would make more quilts and pillowcases to donamte

  261. Grace White says:

    A quilt

  262. Susan R Jones says:

    I would hand quilt a queen size Harry Potter book shelf
    quilt.

  263. Terri Francisco says:

    I would make some new dresses and purses if Time was abundant!

  264. Patricia Hersl says:

    I would love to do another Baltimore Album. Not dead yet! Maybe….

  265. Quilts, Quilts, and more Quilts

  266. A king size quilt for my own bed. After I finish the quilts promised to my other three children.

  267. Debbie Pearcey says:

    If time was not an issue I would make my daughter a lovely kimono for Christmas and some dresses to augment her meagre wardrobe

  268. If time weren’t an issue, either double wedding ring, New York beauty, or Baltimore album quilt by hand

  269. Andrea Letourneau says:

    I would love to make an Alabama Chanin dress completely covered with hand-stitched applique)

  270. I would love to make a queen size EPP quilt and hand quilt it!

  271. I would finish all of the projects I have started, make a quilt & curtains for my bedroom and also learn how to sew a winter coat. Thanks for offering the chance to win this great giveaway.

  272. If time was not an issue I would indulge in a Beautiful Crazy Quilt with tons of memory fabrics & hand stitching & beading! ♥

  273. I have two things: jeans and bras. :o)

  274. A woman in my quilt guild works with the foster care system. She was telling our guild that at the age of 18, kids “age out” of the foster system whether they are prepared for the future or not. Her goal is to make as many quilts as she can to give to these former- foster care kids as a reminder that they are loved. I would love to join her and do many many quilts to help lighten her load,

  275. I would make an applique quilt.

  276. Susan Jaisle says:

    I would make a dress from a vintage pattern

  277. Maurine Monson says:

    A double wedding ring quilt

  278. gerri s cook says:

    a downton abby style overcoat

  279. Tina Butler says:

    If time wasn’t an issue then I would finish all my projects and sew for myself! Thanks for another great giveaway.

  280. Nadine Anderson says:

    Baby girl dresses are my favorite item to create!

  281. The Ultimate Travel Tote!

  282. Jean Speake says:

    A quilt for my bed.

  283. There are too many things to pick just one 🙂

  284. If time was no issue, (and money), I would love to make a king sized quilt for each of my five adult kids. Having photos of them and their family all over it.

  285. Stephanie Martinez says:

    I would make quilts, more quilts…. lots of quilts 🙂

  286. If there was no limit in time; I would make pillowcases for the local hospitals for the childrens unit. I am a grandmother so enjoy sewing for others

  287. Just one thing? But there are so many things I want to make and try. I would start with….quilts for the whole family!

  288. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I would like to make a quilt for all my family members!

  289. I would love to make a king size hand sewn and quilted quilt for my bed

  290. I would love to make a New York Beauty quilt but I have to get over my fear of curves

  291. A bed size quilt!

  292. I would love to make a pair of gloves to coordinate with every outfit!

  293. Quilts for all my family members and friends

  294. Cheri Jones says:

    Wow! Its a long ways to the bottom of these comments! 🙂 You are a very popular girl Heather lol 🙂 So the one thing I would like to make were there no time constraints is a Double Wedding Ring quilt for my own bedroom. I’ve made several quilts now, still a beginner in my eyes, but the only one I’ve kept for myself was my very first quilt. So I think I would make a quilt for my bed, yes thats what I would do. 🙂

  295. A king size quilt for my bed

  296. I would quilt the 7 tops I’ve already pieced.

  297. I would finish all my WIPs

  298. Judy Prescott says:

    I would love to make a double wedding ring quilt.

  299. postage stamp quilt

  300. Sally Chan says:

    I would start a shift dress challenge with my sewing friends.

  301. Paula Hensel says:

    I would fill my time making items for the children in the 3rd world, the children in hospitals and to my church. These items would include clothing, toys, hats, and quilts.

  302. That’s a tough one! I’d have to flip a coin between a Baltimore album quilt—I just love Mimi Dietrich—and a Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt with millions of little hexies.

  303. If time was no problem I would like to make a quiet book for both my granddaughters!!

  304. Double Wedding Ring for a dear friend of mine, plus one for me!

  305. Beverly Johnson says:

    If time were not an issue I love to create, draw and paint my clothing designs, then create the patterns, sew and embellish them with embroidery, quilting, paint, charms, etc.

  306. Patricia Lenhart says:

    I would love to make a quilt for each of my grandchildren. I have never quilted so I will need a lot of time.

  307. I would like to make two queen size quilts all by hand. Piecing and quilting with just a needle and thread. One each for my children.

  308. If time were no issue, I would finish the quilts I have started and then make curtains for our house.

  309. Janice Svercek says:

    I would make new quilts for everyone in my family.

  310. sandy haber says:

    I desperately need a new quilt for my king size bed!!

  311. Sherry Jurykovsky says:

    If time were not an issue I’d make a quilt for each of my children and grandchildren. That’s ONLY seven. I should just get started. 🙂

  312. I would love to sew clothes and quilts for my twin granddaughters – age 3 and teach them how to sew.

  313. Since I’m retired, time really isn’t an issue. For me, it’s fear of “too difficult” or ruining nice fabric. So, I usually stick with easy patterns and inexpensive fabrics, but I’m getting braver!

  314. Kay Hettich says:

    I would like to make a fashion-style sweatsuit outfit: a lined hooded jacket with nice cuffs, banding at the waist, and decorative embroidery close to the front zipper; partially lined pants with low ankle zipper and elastic waist.

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