Monday, December 8, 2014

HIP HIP HOORAY GIVEAWAY DAY!

YIPEE YAHOO!
I just love love love giveaway day!
I am hooking up with
Check out all the wonderfulness in giveaways!

This time, I have gathered 4 prizes
from 4 great quilting women I admire!

#1 - 11 Fat Quarters of Jan Mullen Fabric!


#2 - 35 Ten Inch Squares of Annela Hooey Fabric!


#3 Quart Size Baggie of Black and White Scraps
In honor of Victoria Findlay Wolfe



#4 - 9 Four inch strips of fabrics I used in a
Kathy Doughty pattern.


I have taken many quilting classes
and am having lots of fun 
planning quilting classes with "famous" quilters.

With each experience,
I try to take away at least one idea.
A friend of mine calls it "adding to her tool box of tricks."

SO -

chance 1 -

to win some fabric...
please leave a comment telling me 
who you took a class from
and what you were able to add to your tool box.
(also tell me which prize you would like)

chance 2 -

become a follower and let me know

chance 3 -

tell a friend about my giveaway

Everyone is welcome!
Winners will be chosen randomly by youngest son
Friday at 7:00 pm PST
Good Luck!



248 comments:

  1. I took a fabric painting class with Patt Blair & learned that ANYONE can do it!

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  2. I'm a follower too! :D Thanks for the chance to win that gorgeous fabric!

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  3. my sewing teacher from High School taught me the niftiest trick for sewing a lining into a jacket. Every time I use that trick I think fondly of her all of these years later.

    And I love all of the prizes.

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  4. Good morning, I am a new follower! And a new quilter. I took a local class at the fabric store and have made 3 baby quilts now. I know, I know, not much, but I'm in love! So, adding to my toolbox, heck, I have a toolbox!!!!!! Love your site!

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  5. I'm self taught and have never actually taken a quilting class but I am sure I would learn lots if I were to do so. Thanks for a fun giveaway. I really like prizes 1 and 2.

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  6. Ohhh just love that Jan Mullen fabric--I have NEVER taken a class in person, the only class I took was an online class with Jude of Spiritcloth in fabric weaving by hand which I absolutely adored--does that leave me out? ;--(((
    I do, however, devour quilting books and have an extensive (and ever growing...sigh...) library. I read and re-read them and also peruse blogs daily to get ideas and read many online tutorials....hugs, and thanks for the chance Julierose

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  7. I've never taken a class, but I've got one sitting in my craftsy queue about pictorial quilting that I'm looking forward to. :)

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  8. Lovely giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it.Never taken a class,learning from the net and blogland.Repetition and passion are the best for everything.Have a great week.

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  9. I've never taken a class. I would love to win #4 or #2. Such fun things. The best tip I've ever had is to SLOW DOWN. That's hard for me as I'm being chased by a 2 year old and as you may know they're not slow. :)

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  10. I took an Angela Walters Craftsy class and the one thing that really stuck with me is that you "can't make mistakes" "just have fun" and "it doesn't have to be perfect". Anything would be awesome, Thank you.

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  11. I've been watching a Craftsy class about rotary cutting and learning a ton!

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  12. I have never taken a class, but I take a lot of tools for my toolbox from reading blogs. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  13. I follow you on Bloglovin. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  14. I took a class at my local quilt shop on machine quilting!

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  15. I recently took a class with Anna Hergert and learned about Kantha quilting - a great addition to my repertoire. It is a hard choice but if I win I'm going for the black and whites as I need more in my stash.

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  16. I am a follower on Bloglovin. This time if I win I would like the Jan Mullen fabrics because they are so delicious.

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  18. i'd love the Aneela fabric squares! such fun designs. I took a class with Denyse Schmidt and loved the improv style and design tips.

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  19. I've never taken a class but I'd love to.
    Thanks for the giveaway! prize number 1 is my favorite but all of them look great.

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  20. I am new to sewing. My friend is teaching me. I am also a follower. I would love to win prize 1. I love the colors. Or 2 to make a banner with. Thanks for the chance to win. collinsscarboro@hughes.net

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  21. The best class I ever attended was by Wendy Williams who works with Kathy Doughty at Material Obsession. I'd like to win Kathy's fabric bundle please.

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  22. I took a class from Linda Ballard called Mountain Magic & learned an interesting way to make flying geese. I'd love to win prize #1 or #3. Thanks.

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  23. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  24. My first class was over 20 years ago, when I learned how to use a rotary cutter and mat.

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  25. I took a class from Rita at the LQS and learned to make quilts.I love the bright fabrics in #1 and would choose #1.

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  26. The last class I took was via Crafty.

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  27. Thank you for your giveaway. I would choose #1 if I were lucky enough to win. I have never taken any classes, but I have learned a lot from the blogs that I follow.

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  28. I have never taken a class, but I do follow tutorials, patterns, and 1 quilt along. I love the Aneela Hooey 10 inch squares.

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  29. I took a fabric dying class with Eileen Alber and came home with paintstiks. I'd love any of them, but #1 would be my first choice.

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  30. I haven't taken any classes. I live in a rural area. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. I haven't taken any classes. I live in a very rural area and there isn't much around, though a little fabric shop did just open up in the next town.

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  33. Stephanie, I would love the ten fat quarters. I have never taken a class because I cannot drive at night but I did have a private quilting instructor who came to my house every week for two months. She taught me the basics and I took off from there

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  34. Honestly, I have never taken a class. I just look at tutorials online. I have learned the faux piped binding and love it!

    I would like prize #4.

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  35. I recently took two classes at the LQS and loved them - Bev McClune was our instructor in the Quick curve ruler and NY Beauty. I needed a boost along to get started sewing again. I have also enrolled in a couple of Craftsy classes that I haven;t started yet.

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  36. I learned to quilt many years ago with a lady who had a very informal class but it was all I needed to get started! I love the bright colours in Prize #1 but all the prizes are awesome!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  37. I am flowing you via Bloglovin'!!

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    1. I'm a follower and would love to win any of these great give aways!

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  38. I shared a link to your blog with my quilting friends via email... I hope that is what you meant!!

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  39. I've only taken Craftsy classes. My favorite was Jacquie Gehring's class on quilting with a walking foot. I took away many new techniques. Thanks!

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  40. I have not taken a class yet. I have just gotten one on craftsy for FMQ. that I will do next year. But my mom taught me how to quilt the basics. lots of tips and hints. She is the one that taught me to sew from an early age. and along the way she would always give tips and hints and helps. I would love bundle #1

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  41. I took a class from my mother who is the one who taught me how to sew

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  42. I follow via bloglovin

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  43. I emailed this to a group of my sewing friends

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  44. Unfortunately I've not had a chance to take any craft classes as yet. But I'd love to attend one on paper piecing or sewing on the curve. I would love bundle #1 (jan mullen) or #2 (anna hooey).

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  45. I took a class on craftsy about quilting with my walking foot! Adding text in my quilt with this method was a great thing to learn. And all your prizes are amazing, anyone would make me a super happy winner! thanks for the chance!!

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  46. I have not taken any quilt classes but I designed clothing for years. If I could take a quilt class I would love to take one with Kathy Doughty to learn to mix patterns and colors so well. I love what the Australian quilters are doing. I would like package #1 (loves brights) or #4 (Kathy Doughty quilt is close enuff for me).

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  47. I follow your blog via Bloglovin.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  48. haven't taken any classes since college but would love to take one with Jenny of Missouri Star.

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  49. I've never taken a quilting class in person but I've taken some craftsy classes and I've learned so much about free motion quilting from Angela Walters and Wendy Butler Burns. If I won your giveaway, I'd love your first bundle of Jane Mullen fabric.

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  50. I have never taken a class. Love learning from books. And I do learn a lot from tutorials on blogs. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  51. follow you with bloglovin. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  52. The best class I ever took was from a local Amish woman back when I lived in Pennsylvania. I can make a wicked Amish quilt.

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  53. Just told a friend about the giveaway.

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  54. I took a class with Bonnie Hunter and learned the joy of piecing something little, bit by bit, until you have a finished quilt. Leaders and Enders.

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  55. I haven't taken any classes - I am new to quilting. But I have viewed several tutorials online.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  56. I would love to win Bundle #1. I follow you via Bloglovin.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  57. I took a class on making woolen candle mats, I love bundle #1 and all the other bundles, esp the black and white.

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  58. I just took a class from Gloria Loughman. She has a lovely way of bring light, or a glow into her quilts! I like the Jan Mullin bundle.

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  59. I follow via Bloglovin. Still like the Jan Mullin bundle!

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  60. I really enjoyed a class with Jacquie Gehring. She has such a lovely attitude about modern quilting.

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  61. I am a follower. I love Jan Mullen!

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  62. A number of years ago I took a class from Michelle Hill, I just love her method of machine applique and am so glad I got the chance to do her class.

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  63. I have never taken a class, but I do read a lot of tutorials on blogs, craftsy and you tube. Thanks for the chance to win!
    wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com

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  64. I follow you through Bloglovin!
    wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com

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  65. I took a class from Billie Lauder and Nancy Zieman once and learned more then I could ever imagine. Wow do they have heads full of information.

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  66. I have never taken a class from anybody except just at my LQS...

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  67. I took a class from Paul Reid...she teaches how to machine quilt on a domestic machine. Love her technique. She has helped me get over my phobia of doing my own quilting. Fun class! Also had a workshop with Billie Lauder and love her techniques too. Use them every chance I get.

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  68. Following on bloglovin' and would love any of the giveaways!

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  69. I took a class from Diane Gaudinsky and learned to free motion feathers. All of your giveaways are wonderful! #4 is my favorite.

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  70. I've never taken a quilting class from anyone!! However I did go on a great retreat last year with friends from a quilting facebook group, and I learnt about the 'add a quarter ruler' which is awesome for paper piecing!!!

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  71. I have never taken an actual quilting class as such. Although I did purchase an Craftsy class by Camille Ross Kelly which I adore. I would love it if I could win 10" squares by Aneela Hooley - talk about drool. But all your prizes on offer are fantastic.

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  72. I took a class with Gail Pan and Helen Stubbings, and learned a lot about stitchery. I managed to complete a stitchery folder a few weeks after the class.

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  73. I took an FMQ class from Trudi Wood and took away the thought that I don't need to be scared of FMQ. I'd love to win prize #1.

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  74. Hi there, i never took a quilting class, im more of a clothes sewist. I would love the fat quarter fabrics, i wouldn;t be able to use the other fabrics, as im not a quilter.

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  75. Hi- never took a class- always using web tutorials :) I love prizes 1-2-3 :) Thanks so much fir this great giveaway!

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  76. I have tweeted about your great giveaway. Thanks:
    https://twitter.com/Myself19771/status/542283912743907329?lang=en

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  77. My first class was from Brenda at her quilt store Mabelena's. Since it was my first time quilting I learned the basics. And am forever grateful! If I could choose I would love the Jan Mullen fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  78. I've never had a class...I learned my my mom, who taught me everything. I like the Annela Hooey. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  79. I took a needle turn class from Sharon Stroud. It totally demystified the process. (harris4435@gmail.com}

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  80. I most recently took a class with RaNae Merrill. Although I haven't been able to get back to the amazing paper piecing technique she taught us, she shared a tip that I use almost daily. Instead of using an iron to press each piece I add to a paper pieced project she said to use a wooden wallpaper seam roller. It works like a dream! Love all the prizes, with #1 being my top choice. Thanks for the chance!

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  81. I took a Craftsy class by Cindy Needham and learned not to be afraid of free motion quilting. Quit thinking it's hard and just do it. Too much negative thinking out there about how difficult it is. It just takes practice. I would like bundle #1

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  82. To get an extension table to make quilting easier.

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  83. I have been taking Craftsy classes. I love Carol Doaks new class about paper piecing. I like bundle one

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  84. I follow with blog loving O the tool I acquired this year was accuquilt go

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  85. I haven't taken any classes yet but I hope to! I might be able to do a Crafsty one next year. I love #1 or #2, they are beautiful! I haven't heard of Jan Mullen yet but I love Aneela Hoey! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  86. I've taken several classes from Ineke Berlyn who taught me to let go!!

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  87. I follow you by bloglovin and email! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  88. I told a friend by posting to Facebook! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  89. I have taken a 'Color Play' Craftsy class from Joan Wolfrom and gained a lot of usable knowledge, but viewing it once is not enough for it to stick in this old brain of mine, and that is the advantage of a class from Craftsy, in that you can view it as many times as needed. I love #1.
    lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  90. I am an e-mail follower.
    lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  91. I've taken a crafty class from Angela Walters on quilting feathers. The nice thing about crafty classes is they are always there to refresh things in your mind, I like the black and white scraps.

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  92. I learned from Karen McTavish to do the hard thing, from Angela Walters I learned that I can do modern quilting and from Lisa Calle I learned how to subdivide a quilt/block, give quilting a place to breathe and how to add that little extra to a quilt with the quilting.

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  93. I took a Craftsy class from Camille Roskelley and learned that trimming HSTs really makes a very big difference to the accuracy of your blocks and the quality of your finished quilt. I love prize #2. Thank you!

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  94. I have only taken 1 class and that was in 1992 to learn how to make a quilt. It was a good class and so glad the teacher was behind us every step of the way. I am interested in @2 but if not, any of your prizes are good ones received by me. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew giveaway and giving me the chance to win fabric. Merry Christmas to you.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  95. I took a class from Bonnie Hunter and learned to use several different rulers including the Companion Angle ruler. Thanks for the opportunity. I would love prize number 1.

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  96. I have only taken one class, from a local quilt shop owner. However there are some good ones on Craftsy with "famouse" people. I enjoyed Eileen Roche's class on quilting in the hoop.

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  97. I'm new to sewing - just took the machine out of the box last month - and I've never taken a class!
    I love prize package #2!

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  98. I've never taken a class, I just tried to teach myself! I love bundle #2!

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  99. I've never taken any sewing or quilting classes, but I did learn a lot from my mom and my grandma. I'd love the Aneela Hoey fabric :)

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  100. I've never taken a professional sewing or quilting class, but from Mom - Always iron every single seam, every single time.

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  101. I haven't taken a class, only books and online tutorials. I'd love prize #1 to brighten up our grey days.

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  102. I follow by email.

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  103. I haven't ever taken an in person class, but I will be this spring!

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  104. I've never had a chance to take a class, but recently started looking into Craftsy classes. I'd love #1, beautiful colors.

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  105. Such a great giveaway. I haven't ever taken a class but when I first started sewing, I visited a family friend that taught me all the basics and gifted me a huge box of scraps. Pretty great :)

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  106. I haven't taken a formal class, but I guess I can say that I've taken many a lesson from my mom. She is an excellent seamstress and I wish I could say that I have her patience in my toolbox, but it's not true hehehe. Still working on that! I love love love prize number one. :)

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  107. I am completely self-taught, never took a class but have burned through lots of books and tutorials!

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  108. No classes, just from the computer. Tip get a tiny hook crochet hook, use it to tie knots, get thread near a sewing machine needle, clean out iron holes, clean out a sewing machine. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  109. Prize 1 or 3. Following on bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  110. I did the McCalls sew along series Almost Amish! I learned about setting and pressing seams and matching up blocks. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  111. I follow on bloglovin. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  112. I shared on facebook and tagged a friend Rose Sabey. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  113. the Jan Mullen fat quarters. I have not taken classes from anyone major. In my quilt mini group we do teach each other patterns
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  114. I'm a follower already.Thanks!

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  115. I took a class at my local are to improve my applique turn.Thanks for the chance to win!

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  116. I took a class on How to quilt and learned rotary cutting, how to make rail fences, hand applique, and lots of other fun things. I would love to win the 10 inch stacker from Annela Hooey. I love her fabric.

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  117. I got to take an applique class with Karen Kay Buckley several years ago. I learned so much about how to points and inside curves.
    I would love #2 prize if you pick my name.

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  118. Hello and thanks for the chance to win! I've taken Elizabeth Dackson's FMQ class on Craftsy and I've learned it's all about practice, practice practice. I'd love to win the black & white scrap bag!

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  119. I follow via bloglovin' as A Quilted Passion. Follow me back if you are so inclined. =)

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  120. I took a class from Kim Diehl where I learned to use freezer paper templates to cut out appliqués without having to reverse the design, then use the same templates on the back to turn the edges under. I would choose prize #1!

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  121. when i was at sewing summit i took some great quilting classess from amazing bloggers...i would choose #2 - 35 Ten Inch Squares of Annela Hooey Fabric!

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  122. Love the Jan Mullen fabric.
    Took a recent class from Pat Pauly and learned how to design with improvisational piecing.

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  123. The only class I took is sewing camp in 8th grade...they taught me almost everything I know. I would LOVE #2!!
    sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

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  124. I'm taking a Craftsy class from Debbie Caffrey and learning how to be much more accurate and efficient in my cutting.

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  125. I took a class from Margaret P and I learned to be more patient with arranging blocks. I love the colors in the fat quarters so that is the one that I would choose as a prize.

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  126. I took a class from Pat Speth and learned some new ways to do old tried and true things. It was my first class from a national teacher. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  127. I'm following you via bloglovin. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  128. Posted on Facebook about the giveaway. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  129. I have never taken a quilting class. I will answer by telling you what class I could take, if finances and health permited. I would sign up for a Quilt Retreat with Mary Ann Weidman, who has such a joyous, positive approach to creativity. (She wrote Whimseys and Why Nots, Out of the Box, and several other wonderful quilting books.)

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  130. i took a class in 2009 based on Eleanor burns book....its like she was there...but not...lol

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  131. I never take any class. I self learn from youtube or craftsy. I prefer 1 or 3 :)

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  132. I pick prize number 1. I took a class from JoAnn Sharpe. Love your blog.

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  133. I am signing up for your blog.

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  134. I have never taken any classes, I would love to though! I would pick Prize #1! #2 is great too!

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  135. I have never taken a class for anything sewing (other than required Home Ec course in junior high!) My mom started me, but then I taught myself everything else!
    This giveaway will remain open until December 12, 2014 at 5pm PST and a winner will be picked at random and will be notified by email by December 14, 2014.

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  136. I took a class at my local quilt sotre and learned about rotary cutters and mats.

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  137. I have never taken classes, I currently just pick things up online. I would like Prize #2. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  139. HI, I haven't taken any classes; use my quilting+sewing books a lot!
    I'd select #1. Thanks for you giveaway!
    MERRY CHRISTMAS!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  142. I haven't taken a class yet but it is in my bucket list!

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  143. I learned improv log cabin from Jacquie Gering.

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  144. Love #2 or #1! Haven't had the chance to take any classes yet, though. LBG studio

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  145. THe only class I've ever taken is an online class from Craftsy on serging and I learned how to use my serger which was great! I would love to win the Aneela Hoey squares or the first bundle. Thanks! cherisetoweratgmaildotcom

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  146. I learned from my mum...and watching loads of videos online

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  147. I follow you with bloglovin. sarah@forrussia.org

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  148. I have never taken a quilting class... never learned from anyone, but I have read some books. I would LOVE to take a class. My favorite bundle is #2. Thanks so much! sarah@forrussia.org

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  149. I've never taken a sewing class. Except learning from my mom! I like prizes 1 & 4 best. Thanks!

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  150. Lately I take most of my classes on craftsy! Too hard to get out of the house with littles :)

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  151. I have to open Door Number 1! I'm not good at working with brights and so this would be a great batch of fabrics to help me with that challenge. The people who have most inspired me in classes over many years are Ruth McDowell and Michael James. Both go beyond technique to vision and artistic merit. Since I've been sewing for over 50 years, there's not much sewing technique I need -- do love whatever courses I've been able to take in surface design and texture.

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  152. I like the Jan Mullen fabric. I have only taken one class, and I learned the difference between pressing and ironing. And how important it is to PRESS!
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    Holly

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  153. I took a FMQ class from Cindy Needham. It was amazing! I was an absolute beginner and she had me doing amazing stuff. I am still so impressed with her patience and graciousness. How I was so lucky to stumble into that opportunity, it still astounds me. Thanks.

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  154. #4. I took a class from sheri lynn wood and learned a lot about improv piecing.

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  155. Took an online class from Jacqueline de Jonge and learned that it's okay to paper piece but when sewing the parts together on a circle you need to remove the paper!! Would love any of the fabric, but am partial to the fat quarters by Jan Mullen. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  156. I've never taken a sewing class. I am a self taught but many times I wonder... the first bundle would be lovely for a bright quilt. The Annela Hooey fabrics look cute too.
    Thanks for the chance. Happy Holidays to you!
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  157. I have only taken one Craftsy quilting class from Camille Roskelley. I learned so many great tips for a beginner quilter. Her cutting techniques have helped me so much. Thanks for the chance. #2 is my favorite.

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  158. I prefer to learn from books rather than in classes. I am new to quilting, so I don't have any favourite teaching aids yet, but if you ever needed a recommendation on knitting books, I have one that taught me most of what I know! I don't want to title drop here, but you can always email me :)

    sianozneta@gmail.com

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  159. I'd love #2...Annela Hooey. I'm not remembering ever taking a class....usually learn from tutorials on blogs.

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  160. I told a friend about your giveaway for another chance.

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  161. I haven't taken any classes in person yet, small kids, full time work, etc. But I have done several Craftsy online classes and have taken a method how to incorporate the quilttop design to the quilt back from Elisabeth Hoffmann's class. I'd love # 2 or # 3. Thanks for the chance!

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  162. I follow you on Bloglovin already.

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  163. My mom and after that random blogs on the internet.

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  164. I already follow you using Feedly

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  165. I took a class with Diane Hire and learned how to cut and sew wonky curved blocks.

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  166. I think the only class I have ever taken was to sew a christmas poinsettia using thangles. I am not sure who the teacher was, it was back in 2001.

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  167. I took a longarm quilting class at Sew Modern in LA. Had such a fantastic time! I haven't made it back in to use the longarm on my own but I'm hoping to at some point soon! Thanks for the chance :)

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  168. I've not taken any classes. I'm more of a learn on my own kind of person. I'd love the 10" fabric squares.

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  169. I've mostly been learning via youtube videos. I especially like your #1 prize.

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  170. I took a quilting class at a local quilt shop and learned how to use cut and piece a quilt from a pattern. I love gift #1. The bright colors are wonderful.

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