Friday, December 9, 2011

Blog Hop Party with Giveaways


I am participating in the Blog Hop Party Giveaway hosted by Quilting Gallery. I am having a surprise giveaway. Fabric will definitely be involved. To enter, please let me know one of your favourite quilting patterns, or a quilt you have made. I must be able to contact you, so if you are a no-reply blogger you will not be able to win. The giveaway will remain open until December 17 at 12:00 PM EST. Winner will be chosen randomly.

189 comments:

Fran said...

My favourite quilt that I have made so far is a queen sized quilt of interlocking 'pluses' or crosses in solid shades of purple. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

Catskill Quilter said...

My favorite pattern is the Dresden plate. I think we all love the log cabin!

Ana e os Viraventos said...

I am still new in the art of quilting, so I don't have any favourite yets!

Diary of a Flutter.Kat said...

Ooooh surprise giveaways - I love surprises :)
My favourite quilt are the four that I have on the go at the moment - most especially my "cheeky quilt" in which I cheekily asked if my blog readers all wanted to send me a block for it. It will be contributed by so many of my friends worldwide by the time it's finished that it will be one super special quilt!!

Martina said...

My favourite quilt I have made is the butterfly quilt for my mother in law. I love applique very much!

Maria Wallin said...

My favorite quilt I've made is my own Summer Squares quilt and pattern, I just love that quilt and it's made with one of my favorite fabric lines, Sunkissed by Sweetwater =)

Cathy (cdc) said...

My favorite changes all the time. I think it is fair to say I really do love the topsy turvy nine patch by Judy Laquidara. I love the way straight pieces can look curvy.

Mimi said...

My favorite quilt block has to be the pinwheel!! I love surprises, thanks for the chance!!

Brenda said...

A scrappy four patch/16 patch. thanks for the chance.

Rita E in AZ said...

My favorite quilt is still a top - it was a mystery quilt that I worked on the weekend the shuttle Columbia burned on re-entry in 2003.

Peach Rainbow said...

I love the Double pinwheel block!
Thanks for the chance!

Sewnuts said...

Ooooo - so many but one of my favourite I am still working on is composed of over 500 HST's (half square triangles) from an exchange online earlier this year with people from around the world!It's based on Edyta Star's book - love her quilts. Have to come with a name for mine yet!

Monica said...

Ooooo I like suprises!

My favorite quilts that I've made so far would have to be my Elizabeth Crockett reproduction quilt. It has almost 6,000 pieces. And my other favorite is the Ocean Waves quilt I'm finishing up right now. It has 1,200 half square triangles and almost 3,000 pieces. Hmmm....I guess I like quilts with lots and lots of pieces.

beaquilter said...

My favorite and easy pattern is yellow brick road, I've made lots of these is baby size and given them away, easy with just 6FQs...
new follower here and I'm NUTS following over 200 blogs now via the blog hop! ha ha

conny's quilts said...

I love surprises so I give it a change and join your give away.
My favorite pattern, aaai there are so many, love to make my own design, busy making dear Jane and done with home sweet home from blackbird design. I am busy blog hopping already and I am a participant as well! So much fun! Kind greetings from the Netherlands!

http://tubakk.blogg.no/ said...

I love log cabin, and always turn back to that. And I also love hexagons, from 1/4" to 1", really nice work. And I love surprise give-aways.

LKDrum said...

My favorite quilt is the Double Wedding Ring. Lana D.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

my favorite quilt pattern I think is the Virginia Star...it is a tedious pattern; but so pretty when finished.

Linda said...

I love any and all New York Beauty patterns. Thanks for the chance to win your surprise.

hueisei said...

I loves pinwheel and GFG quilt. Thx for the chance to win ^^v

Sunnybec said...

My favourite quilt is my Christmas Sampler quilt.

Melissa @ Sew BitterSweet Designs said...

My favorite quilt is a log cabin - I think it is timeless and classic

dortha said...

Count me in. I love suprises. My favorite quilt is a little brown, green, and blue yellow brick road I made for a co-worker's new baby.

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I love surprises!! It always makes it fun. I am probably bias but my favorite quilts are the one's I have designed. You can find them here.

http://happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot.com/p/tutorials.html

Delores said...

My favourite quilts to make are I Spy Quilts for my grandchildren, and I just finished one. I like Ami Simms book "Picture Play Quilts".

Love to win your giveaway.

Jenny said...

i love log cabins...i come back to them again and again. i made my frist Dresden last month for a dolly quilt and that wasy super fun!!

nettie said...

My favorite quilt would have to be a fall quilt wallhanging. It was a block of the month and the center is a large scarecrow, with a checkerboard frame and different blocks all around. My daughter fell in love with it, so it now hangs proudly on her wall in the living room during the Thanksgiving holidays.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Nettie
nettiecrain@live. com

bohemiannie! art said...

My favorite quilt, Puerto Colombia, that I made, recently won the contest on Quilting Gallery's Travel Inspired Quilt contest!!!

Quilt Hollow said...

SCHNIBBLES...absolutely a favorite.

Carolyn said...

I love surprises! They are the best ever, especially when fabric is involved. I do love me some fabric. ;)

My favorite quilt is on my blog right now. I've named it "Family Tree". It was a UFO from 1994 and was the very first block I ever did. Talk about picking the hardest first! It was part of an exchange and holds so many memories of that time in my life.

Thank you for the chance. :)

Mrs.Pickles said...

i just learnt how to do log cabin so that is my fav at the moment..lol thank you for the chance to win! and hello from Saskatchewan :)

Donna said...

I have only made 1 quilt so far, using HST and made them diagonal but I look forward to making my future ones! thanks for the chance to win

Debra said...

I love scrappy quilts so I really never have a pattern!

Ella said...

I'm loving wonky stars right now.

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I have always loved Star patterns, made a couple of Ohio Star, ans also a lovely pattern called Kansas Sunflowers from a book " Quilts from the Depression". :
Merry Xmas and thanks for the giveaway. :)

JustPam said...

I have a couple of favorites and they are Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilts that I have done the last couple of years.

Carrie P. said...

My favorite quilt is the one I am working now which is from the book Hop To It. It is all applique.

Jo said...

My favorite quilt so far has been the Harley one I made for DH!

Dona said...

My favorite quilt I made was the Garden quilt for World of Charity Stitching that is being donated to a nursing home for Christmas. We are part of the Blog Hop Party as well.

Mom C said...

I love log cabins. I tried a twister quilt, its waiting to be quilted. I like it, I'm not so happy with the colors but I love the twist. I'd do it brighter when I do another.

Bright Angel said...

I love surprises! Thank you for the giveaway! I have not been able to choose a favorite quilting pattern yet. I love designing my own things, so maybe I would say that is my favorite, although not a pattern. :)

Lise said...

My favorite quilt pattern (hard to pick lolol) but has to be the log cabin scrappy ... I have also made the dresden plate (with scrappy) and my mother loves that one.. so do I...so many favorites .... lol... thank you for sharing your blog and letting me enter you giveaway..happy stitching..

Lisa Cox said...

I've only tried 2 quilts so far. Yes, newbie here. I've done just a plain 9 patch and a rail fence.
But I love the wedding ring pattern. I need to be a lot more experienced before I'll try that one.

Connie said...

What a fun giveaway, just like a Christmas present! Thanks! My favorite pattern is the log cabin.

@pril said...

I am in love with the bottled rainbows.

Quilting Under The Influence said...

I just ordered my first dresden ruler and I hope to attempt my first dresden inspired quilt-wish me luck! I will certainly check your blog for tips along the way!

Aloha from Hawaii! Cheers, Linda at Quilting Under The Influence

www.quti.org
Tweet @quiltingunder
linda@quti.org

Sharon Pernes said...

My favorite quilt is my jelly race quilt...it's so cuddly.
Thanks for the chance.

Michele Pacey said...

My favourite quilt eh? It is a small quilted wallhanging with several little houses on it. I've never shared it on the blog yet...

Thanks for the giveaway Michelle. So much fun!

Jennifer Gail said...

My very favorite pattern is a old one but a good one. Log Cabin

Diane Wild said...

My favorite to make is the log cabin but I also love stars. Thank you for the surprise give-away.

Mhairi said...

I love the Matilda Station patterns. They make such lovely quilts for children. Garden Path pattern with hexagons would be my favourite traditional patchwork pattern.

Donna Joy said...

I really like the Windy Way or Storm at sea pattern, I haven't made either yet.
They are on my list. Thanks for the giveaway.

Darlene B said...

I love Edyta Sitar's Dresden Plate pattern (I'm not sure if that's the exact name of it....) I love the extra triangles inserted between the blades - a great design!

Kelly said...

I love the log cabin pattern :-)

Thanks for the chance to win!

kelly (at) mysimplewalk (dot) com

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I love any quilts with stars. I'm working on Cobblestone Lane BOM by Sherri K Falls. So right now that is my favorite.

Sandra said...

I really like the quilt I have almost finished. Is all pieced just need to finish up the quilting. Is Moroccan Tile one of the Jewel Box Gem quilts.

Carla G said...

I am too new to quilting to have a favorite... as I'm just putting together my first coin quilt. But there are lots of awesome and inspirational patterns out there. Thanks for a chance to win your wonderful surprise giveaway! :)

Sallie said...

I love samplers. I love stars and pinwheels. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

BeachQuilter said...

I love star quilts. I'm also working on mini dresdens, a great way to use up scraps!

Deb said...

I love Elizabeth Hartman's designs and have just finished Kitchen Window from it. It was fun and easy to make, and looks fabulous!

Quilting Melodies said...

I have been designing my own patterns so it would have to be my 'Chocolate Bliss" It was alot of fun to design and make. Thanks for the giveaway!!

Angie

Shawna said...

I'm a new quilter so I have not made many quilts. My favorite so far is called Hearts & Patches. Thank you for your giveaway. Everybody loves surprises!

missmoozie/at/gmail/dot/com

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I don't use patterns - but anything with pinwheels is a favorite.

Kelli said...

My favorite quilt that I have made is my son's I Spy quilt due to it's unique design and special things hand quilted into it. Thanks for hosting a giveaway! :o) Happy Holidays!

Jen said...

I love the Log Cabin block! It's like the Little Black Dress of the quilting world :)

quiltmom said...

That is a very hard question as I have made a number of quilts over the last 15 years. I suppose one of my favorites is a Golden Leaf quilt I made in 2002- I love the beautiful funky leaves in it.
Thanks for participating in the blog hop.
Regards from Western Canada,
Anna

Cherise said...

My favorite quilt is my Birdie Stitches quilt I'm working on now! :)

Clare said...

Being liberated quilter, I don't "do" patterns, but if I had a choose a favourite quilting style I'd choose strings. My fav quilt is my Blueberry Fool quilt which I love to bits.

gill said...

My favourite is any pattern with flying geese! I love them!

Dianne Giles said...

I am loving the Jacobs Ladder at them moment in scrappy browns and creams! Thanks for the chance, Dianne

Lisa Marie said...

One of my very favorite quilts I've made is from a paper-piecing pattern of Coneflowers by Eileen Sullivan.

Sally Ann said...

My favorite quilt is the Double Wedding Rings quilt! My goal is to someday make on for myself!

Mary said...

I love so many, hard to pick a favorite. Love all kinds of star patterns, medallion star quilts; and scrappy traditional quilts.

Deb said...

I love so many patterns! I've only made one quilt so far and it was just squares arranged so all of the white ones make diamonds. It was a nice and easy one to start with! I've made one Dresden plate and I'm smitten with those...as well as stars. I'm looking forward to making Jaybird Quilts's "Hugs and Kisses" pattern in the new year. Thanks for the chance!

Ali said...

I love a snowman quilt but I can't remember the pattern name. It had a variety of snowmen appliqu├ęd all over and it is all in blues and whites. It is the first and only quilt I had professionally longarmed. Thanks for having a giveaway.

Ariane said...

My favorite quilt is the little Madeline quilt I have hanging in my entrance. It's the perfect colors and is all hand quilted by me!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

Sherry said...

I am fairly new to quilting but one of my favorite projects was a "Scottie Dog" pieced quilt that I made for my sister in law. It was from an old pattern of my grandmothers and each piece was hand cut and sewn together in a particular order. I also love the dresden quilts, my grandmother made several but I have yet to make one.

Diane said...

I love the New York beauty block. My favorite quilt is my scrappy snowman quilt. Surprise me!

Quilting Yai Yai said...

My all time fav is the Log Cabin, any way you turn or any pattern.
I just bought the dresden plate tool and have started cutting. Wish me luck!
Thanks for being part of the Blog Hop.
Deborah

Laurel said...

i really liked the jellybean quilt i made (a thimbleblossoms pattern)...

Rhonda G said...

My favorite quilt was a large star mystery quilt. But I'm working on two more and I think my Heart's Desire may soon be the leader. LOL

Ballardquilter said...

Courthouse steps

crafter1953 said...

My favorite quilt that I made is My Every body Blue Jean Squared quilt. I made it with jeans that about 10 people gave me. I 400 squares out of those old jeans they were 4 1/2 inchs, it was fun till I had to try to quilt it. I gave up and tied it with matching yarn. It was to heavy to quilt.but it is a very warm quilt. Thank you and Happy Holiday to You and Yours.

Jennifer said...

my favorite was my own "through the ages" pattern

Jessica said...

My favorite quilt that I've made was with rainbow HSTs - it took a lot of work but the end result was worth it!

Deb said...

My favorite quilt I've made is a bear paw, set on point, with an appliqued floral border. Love it!

Jen said...

My favorite quilt I have made is a 36-patch alternating white and pastels. So simple yet so pretty. Thanks for the giveaway, I love your blog!

Angela Moore said...

There are so many but I must say the fan pattern is one of my favorite. I made a lovely fan quilt using oriental fabrics. I love surprises hope I win

SewLindaAnn said...

My favorites are made with half square triangles where you play with prints and solids. I love the way different blocks pop out depending on the color placement. The fave I made is a diamond batik quilt for my son when he picked his own fabrics.

Thearica said...

My all time favorite quilt pattern was my granny ida's favorite! the Churn Dash! I just made a charity quilt with it using the Fairy frost fabric!

Sandra said...

I just finished a blue square quilt, using all the shades of blue, with a black background to it. I think it turned out pretty. I had won the fabric in honor of my cat because my husband and I play a game with her on Sunday. It is called SS day - Shadow Sunday. She is picked up on and off throughout the day and is shown lots of hugs and kisses.
I have really enjoyed the blog hop and the chance to win in your giveway. Thank you and have yourself a Merry Christmas.

Sandi T.
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Needled Mom said...

Just one?????? I guess I would have to choose the Grandmother's Flower Garden - the very first quilt that struck my interest in quilting!

Peggy said...

I love anything with a churn dash block in the quilt. Folk type to very modern.

mtnquiltr said...

I like anything to do with stars, from my first quilt to present. Wonky stars are becoming a new favourite.

Carol said...

I usually design my own quilts. I have to say my favorite from this year was Fascinating (Mr Spock).

James-Linda said...

A PINWHEEL TABLE RUNNER IN REDS+CREAMS IS ONE OF MY MOST FAVORITES! THANKS FOR A NICE GIVEAWAY!

Melinda said...

I did one of a charm square quilt from freckled whimsy that I love!

Lynnie said...

hmmm... one of my favorites would have to be the Log Cabin pattern. I have made three ..different layouts in each one.. but the traditional Log Cabin pattern. I am a lover of the Dresden too though, I have only made two Dresdens. Thanks for the giveWay offer!! Merry Christmas

Tina said...

My favorite pattern is a friendship star. My favorite quilt I made was Winter's aren't blue. I was a mostly blue and white sampler.

mblittle5 said...

My favorite quilt so far is a pineapple quilt I made using the ruler developed by Gyleen Fitgerald. They're addictive.

Janet said...

I love pinwheel blocks and like to experiment with different looks from them. Thanks for entering me in your draw.

Sandra :) said...

One of my favourite quilt patterns is Trip Around the World - I've made several, and have one planned for 2012 :)

Gwen said...

One of my favorite quilts that I've made was actually a very simple pattern. I used charms of Autumn Leaf fabric that I got from an online swap-- LOTS of beautiful charms! I simply sashed each charm with cream-colored strips-- it turned out so pretty! Thank you so much for this giveaway!! Keeping my fingers crossed! :-)

Marilyn said...

I love quilts with applique, often my own design or a combination of designs. Or a combination of applique and pieced blocks.

Linda V said...

My favorite current quilt is one I gave to my dearest friend, Patti! You can see the pic and read the story here...
http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com/2011/10/true-friend-and-finish.html

Thanks for the giveaway chance!
Linda

supersara20 said...

My favorite quilt I've completed is my most recent finish. The birdie stitches QAL which I made for my sister.

Quilting Mama said...

Currently in love with miniatures. My last was a 12" square "New York Beauty" quilt.
I also love surprises! Thanks for the give away!

Anya said...

The Jane Stickle quilt is one of my favorites...I'm working on one now. Thanks for the chance!

Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

My most favorite quilt I've made was one to celebrate my mother's 80th birthday. I printed out fabric pictures of the family and worked them into stars. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

Peg said...

Oooh, I love surprises! My favorite quilting is applique - Joan's Own method.

Happy Me said...

My favorite pattern was Just Can't Cut it I made it half New England Patriots and half Pittsburg Steelers for my brother and his wife as a wedding present. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Anne said...

My favorite blocks are stars, especially in red and white. I also love Bunny Hill Designs by Anne Sutton.

jqluo said...

Civil war quilt...
Thanks for the generous giveaway!

Dix said...

Love any and all nine-patch.

Kathy said...

My favorite quilt is my Supernova quilt that I did as a quiltalong with Lee at Freshly Pieced.

MooseStash Quilting said...

If is't a fusible, it my favorite! McKenna Ryan is up at the top of my list, but there are so many out there who design fabulous fusibles, I couldn't begin to choose. Fusi is fast, fun and done for me! :-) Thanks for a fun give a way, can't wait to see it and who wins!

AlessandraLace said...

I love log cabin block. it is amazing. thank you for this chance. hugs

JCnNC said...

My favorite quilt I have made is my two French Braid quilts for husband and I that we use watching TV. Thank you for this opportunity. Judy C

Shelley said...

I love my Heart Bargello...it was the hardest quilt I've made so far but by far the most rewarding!

Nanbon44 said...

I love the french braid quilts and one day will make one, but for now my favorite quilts are all the ones that I just sent to a nursing home... nanbon44.blogspot.com

Missy said...

My favorite is the Dear Jane (Jane Stickle) quilt. I have one in progress that just goes on and on and on. But it is great to take anywhere to work on. Thanks so much for the chance to win

Kylie said...

I'm working on the Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt right now and it's a lot of fun. Thank you for the lovely giveaway. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

Hilachas said...

My all-time favorite quilt pattern is "Grandmother's Flower Garden." Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

RobbieJoy said...

I'm a brand-new quilter and my favorite I've made is a raggy quilt. The one I'm finishing now. It is my favorite because it's done in Christmas prints and I am actually making it for us to keep.
Thank you for your generosity.
rhaubejoi@yahoo.com

pinsandneedles said...

My favorite quilt that I made was for my husband. The pattern is a Mariner's Compass. It was a challenge but I love the results! Thanks...

Quilting "b" said...

My favorite quilt is always the one I am working on. I am making a bear paw quilt for my son. I love it. Thank you for your giveaway. I love surprises.

Jeanne said...

You know, I am such a traditionalist I have to go back to that always special nine patch. thanks for participating and hop over to my blog and enter for a bundle of fabric.

Regina said...

Mine was my first quilt,a bom story quilt called Charlie Kissed Me.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

One of my favorite quilting patterns is the basket. Thanks for a fun giveaway :-)

Lucija said...

I have never made a quilt but I want to try for a long tima. My first project would be a quilt for my girl´s bed.

Pippa Parsons said...

at the moment im loving twister patterns

Desi @ Wee Share said...

I am a new quilter and so far have only made basic quilts out of rectangles. However, I am anxious to start trying some more difficult patterns!

Desi
weeshareblog@gmail.com

Susan said...

My favorite pattern is an Irish Chain...also like Trip around the world.

Sue Daurio said...

My favorite quilt that I made is one of my recent ones, it's the owl quilt for our newest grandson due in Jan. The parents came up with the design and I just did the sewing. I think that's why it's my favorite, made for a special person and made WITH special people :)

Lillian said...

I don't have a favourite, love them all and know i will not beable
to make all i want.

Teresa Felgueiras said...

I'm quite new in the quilting world and I don't know much yet. My favorite pattern is Log Cabin.

Quiltaholic said...

My favourite would be scrappy Jacob's Ladder and I plan to make one this year, can't wait! Thank you!

Mimi said...

This is too easy... my most favorite quilt block is the pinwheel. Thakns for the chance.

JoyceLM said...

My favorite pattern is the log cabin - in all its many variations. Thanks for the chance to win the mystery prize.

Mary C said...

My favorite is whatever I happen to be working on. Right now, it is an applique wallhanging for my husband to applaud his favorite football team--GO PACK GO!

Lyn said...

The quilt I most like that I made is both of the Grandmothers Flower Gardens. One traditional and one in jewel tones Thanks for participating in the give away

Mindy said...

Just finished (well, still need to do the binding!) a baby tumbler quilt. It is so cute! Thanks for the chance to win.
wollitzal@yahoo.com

nicolesender said...

My favorite pattern is the old fashioned sunbonnet sue pattern.
nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

Fran Wiest said...

I just started quilting this year, so I don't really have a favourite pattern yet. I have really made up my own patterns to match the fabric I have fallen in love with. First were two quilts from Moda jelly rolls, and my most recent one, my favourite so far, is a Winnie The Pooh quilt made from sheeting, cut into large blocks and finished with FMQ for our great grand daughter. Thanks

grannyanne said...

Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway. I just recently finished a 'Glow Happy' quilt and an Antique Tile quilt but I must admit I love doing the Autumn leaves quilt. I am onto my fourth one now which is for us! I am a follower now too.

donna said...

I love crazy quilts. Always so interesting and lots of stories in the fabrics.
Thanks for sharing!!

Martha said...

I love my "Twister" quilt...all of them...been going a little crazy with big and little Twister. Thanks for a great give-a-way. Happy Holidays.

Cami said...

My favorite quilting so far is a purse that took me 2 months to finish with a doll and a three and flowers and butterflies. Happy Holidays!

Maxine said...

My favorite quilting pattern right now is just a simple 9-patch with stars in between them. My husband says the scrappier the better. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

Valerie said...

Oooh, a surprise - I love it! One of my current faves is Big Dots by Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr in their book Quilts Made Modern. I love it!

Maria Kievit said...

Favourite quilt is still on the go. It was taught by a friend who designed it herself. Her's was called Purple Medley (half applique and half sewn) Mine is done in tones of blue, with accents of red and beige. Will be really nice when I finally finish it.

Kathy H said...

I love quilt patterns by Atkinson Designs. The directions are so clear.

annmarie said...

My favorite quilt to make right now is one with the zig zag pattern I'm seeing alot of. Haven't made it yet - it's on my 2012 to do list! I love surprises. Great giveaway - thanks for the chance to win.

Cindy said...

My favorite pattern has been Yellow Brick Road. I can't tell you how many of those I've made and given away! However, I recently put together a Twister quilt and I have to say I'm smitten with it and will have to create a few more. Thanks for the opportunity!!

Cindy said...

I had lots of fun making my husband a black and white Winding Ways quilt. It was my first time playing with curves and I loved it.

B Greene said...

My favorite quilt pattern was called Tennessee Waltz and it is on my bed right now! My favorite unfinshed piece is a beautiful tree skirt that will someday be quilted, but once you pile presents on it, no one seems to notice the difference - ha ha! Thanks for the mystery giveaway!!!!

Jackie said...

At the moment my favourite Quilt is a square in square made from Vintage Aprons. It looks amazing!

Cat said...

My most recent quick favorite is a D9P (Disappearing nine patch). I like the asymmetry. My all-time favorite is the Jewel Box pattern.
I am curious about your surprise, but how can you go wrong with fabric?

Mystica said...

Log cabin design was the one which I liked and which came out very well.

cajamk said...

My favorite quilt I ever made was called Ideas. It was made earlier this year. A little round head and I had circles in different colors all over then quilted lines down to the head. Hence, ideas. I hung it in my sewing room. First as a reminder that it is great to have ideas. 2nd since I am a newbie quilter it reminds me of how far I have come since then in my quilting knowledge & love of the craft.

Cheri said...

My favorite quilt is a tshirt quilt I did for my son. Lots of memeories. Thanks for the chance.

baukje said...

I am just a beginner, so not a lot experience, I am working on a small basket quilt

Purl Buttons said...

My favorite is Storm At Sea but I haven't made it yet.

Peggy said...

I like the twister pattern and have 4

Lee D said...

Oh I think i like the process of making string quilts the best so far. I love scrappy quilts.

Laine said...

My favorite is "over the River" by Crabapple Hill. I have the top done but need to get it quilted yet.

lsandes@comcast.net

CMEH said...

I am still a basic quilter and just done a square quilt... thanks for a great giveaway... I love suprises

Kess said...

I love the log cabin pattern and the applique quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!
kessilari (at) gmail (dot) com

Jsoosay said...

My favorite quilt that I've ever made is one that a friend of mine had a picture of. She didn't remember the measurements of it so it became the first quilt I figured out and designed myself. It's a medallion with bear paw blocks and checkerboard squares.

poppyinpink said...

I love samplers and have done my share but want to make one of every block I can find like the midget blocks which are 4" square.

SassyCathy said...

One of my favorite quilts is the dresden. I have seen so many variations of it.
Another is Sun Bonnet - Baby Bonnet - any kind of Bonnet quilt.
I just began to wonder - I know what a dresden quilt is - but - where did that word come from? Is it a city?
Thanks for the chance to win.
Cathy Byrd
byrd@gulftel.com

Marg said...

My favorite is always the one (or two) I'm working on at the moment. Right now it is a scrubby nine patch using batiks. It will be a donation quilt for my guild.
Thanks

KatieQ said...

My current favorite quilt pattern is Chinese Magic which is currently a UFO living in my closet. Here's the link to take a look.

http://www.bonanza.com/listings/Chinese-Magic-Quilt-Kit-Asian-Japanese-Oriental/39587006

My favorite no-brainer go to quilt is the Disappearing 9 patch.

The Sleepy Dreamer said...

I love the Double pinwheel block!
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java diva said...

Funny, the dresden plate is my favorite, but I don't think I'll ever attempt it.

Cool Cats and Quilts said...

This is really a hard question, there are so many nice quilts patterns. I like any star block, your's is lovely, and I like a churn dash block. Happy to be a new follower.

MC said...

Thanks for the chance to win, I am happy to look around the blog of another Ontario quilter. My favourite pattern at the moment is chevrons, byt anything that can be made with flying geese and HSTs makes me happy.

Lori said...

I made a buggy barn quilt called Maisies's daisies and my quilter confess she took it to her guild meeting to show it off when it was in her possession! I just copied their pattn, but it still made me proud that other enjoyed it as much as myself!

Peggy said...

I don't quilt; however, I do make tote bags, walker bags, and wheelchair bags for my group, World of Charity Stitching and I would share the fabric (if I win) with some of the members who make the lap quilts for us-the quilts are donated to a senior citizen center and a domestic violence shelter.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

crooked whimsy said...

I have made only two quilts so far, as I'm new to the art form. So I haven't used any patterns yet....just 5" squares. But I'm learning. :)

Thank you so much for the opportunity to win some fabric for my stash. Have a lovely weekend!

Deanna said...

I don't make quilts, but I do quilt ;)
I recently made a cathedral windows pillow cover and I really loved how it turned out.

SHARBUS1 said...

I love the Dresden plate and the grandmothers flower garden quilt. Thank you for a great giveaway

Melinda said...

My favorite quilt is a hexagon quilt - not a grandmothers flower garden but a wonderful overall mix of Christmas fabrics.

Judi said...

I like Kaleidoscope. If I remember right it is available at Cluck Cluck Sew.

wlstarn said...

I design my own original quilts so I don't use patterns as such. I do like the Maple Leaf block, and incorporated it into an art quilt.

Sarita said...

I make a lot of my own patterns, but one of my favorite traditional patterns I've done is the Triple Irish Chain.
Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

sarita0818 at comcast dot net

quilary said...

One of my favourite quilting patterns is the double wedding ring. I am partway through making one. Thanks for the chance :)

VickiT said...

My favorite quilt block pattern is the reason I wanted to come to your blog when I saw it on the list - The Dresden. I LOVE the look of that.

I love surprises so this will be fun. Thank you very much.

I hope you have a wonderful holiday season.

Nancy Sue said...

I have not done one of these yet, but they seem like they'd be fun...a cathedral window quilt as you go. I've put it on my 2012 list. The question is, if I will ever get my 2011 done :) Happy Holidays from northern Maryland. This bloghop has been so fun!