Cats in Hats Blog Hop + Giveaway


I know what you’re thinking. Cats? Wearing hats? How did they get that cat on the cover to even cooperate to wear that hat? Well, I don’t have an answer for you, but I think we can all agree that putting a hat on a cat makes one cute kitty.

Whether you’re a knitter or a crocheter, Cats in Hats: 30 Knit And Crochet Patterns for Your Kitty is a quirky little book with a variety of hat patterns to suit your needs. Sara Thomas came up with cute and funny hats to match your cat’s personality. Cats do have very unique personalities, as we all know.

Stay tuned! Tomorrow we are sharing a FREE PATTERN from this book!

Join our friends on this fun blog hop!

AUTHOR KICKOFF: 3/16 Scooter Knits

3/17 Yarning 4 A Smile

3/18 Wendy Knits

3/19 In Stitches

3/20 Polka Dot Cottage

3/21 FaveCrafts

3/22 Recycled Crafts

3/23 Lorelei’s Blog

3/24 CraftSanity

3/25 Lori Greenberg

3/26 Crafting a Green World

3/27 Gaea Handmade

3/28 Pretty Things Blog

Want to win a copy of this cute book right here on the blog? All you have to do is answer this question!

What have you knit or crocheted for your pets?

Congrats to Kris! “I’ve made several sweaters for my Min Pin. She loves to dress up!” We’re glad your cat loves to dress up and we hope she enjoys her new hats when you make them from this book!


  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • Winners will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post.
  • Winners will be announced here on this blog post on March 30, 2015 as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until, March 29, 2015 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

Craft Your Stash Blog Tour + Giveaway!

stash-buttonWe are beyond excited to be a part of the Craft Your Stash blog tour! What is “Craft Your Stash” you ask? Well, let me tell you! It’s an amazing new book by our good friend Lisa Fulmer! We have loved working with Lisa over the years and seeing her publish her first crafting book is simply amazing.

Raise your hand if you’ve got a closet full of craft supplies! Yes, we are right there with you all – and so is this book. Learn how to transform all of your craft closet treasures into gifts, home decor, and more right alongside Lisa Fulmer. Try new techniques and experiment with crafting styles you’ve never tried before. We loved turning each page in the this book and discovering new and exciting crafts on each page. Plus, she teaches us all how to organize our stash right from the start and we couldn’t think of a better way to clear our minds and get ready to craft. (You should see our craft storage here at the office…it’s….special). I’m seeing some great crafty days at the office in the near future with all of these new ideas!

Craft Your Stash.jpgWant a copy?

1. Signed copies for sale on

2. You can purchase your copy on Amazon

3. Local craft and book stores will also have copies for sale

4. You can enter to win a copy from Lisa on Facebook! (Plus other goodies!)

And…you can win our copy right here!

In order to win a copy of Craft Your Stash, all you need to do is leave a comment on this blog post telling us:

What is currently in your craft stash?

Thank you all for participating in the Craft Your Stash giveaway and blog hop! Congratulations goes to Kathy Lake who answered: “In my stash: canvas,yarn,paints, deco mesh, mason jars, fabric, ribbon,wood cutouts, stencils, and the list goes on and on and, well, you get it!” Enjoy crafting your stash!


  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until October 7th, 2014 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

Get In Shape! Geometric Patterns for Summer

When I sat down to review Simply Modern Christmas: Fresh Quilting Patterns for the Holidays, I was expecting 80 pages of red and green quilts. Instead, I was greeted by page after page of sewing projects that would look just as great in June as they would in December. The author, Cindy Lammon, is a designer and blogger known for her floral patterns. With the 14 tutorials in this book, Lammon balances tradition and innovation by using basic shapes and bold fabric. Geometric shapes allow each pattern to pop. Plus, they are easier for beginner and intermediate sewists to piece together. I decided to pull together some stand-out projects that rely on the beauty of simple shapes. Whether they use circles, squares, triangles, or a combination of all three, these projects are chic and summery.


Get In Shape! Geometric Patterns for Summer


Squares: DIY Jewelry, Handmade Wreaths, and Granny Squares


Knots and Nuts Bracelet

Knot and Nuts Bracelet – The light colored cord and gold hexnuts in this DIY bracelet contrast beautifully.

Thrifty Square Rose Wreath – Roses bloom in the summer, but you can keep these lovely buds on your door all year long with this handmade wreath.

Angel Heart Granny – Let your heart soar with this adorable granny square pattern.


CHRISTMAS BONUS: Snowflake Square Motif


Triangles: Handmade Baskets, Shawl Patterns, and DIY Necklaces


Wire Mesh BasketWire Mesh Basket – This pretty DIY basket is modern and elegant.

Knotted Lace Shawl – Get warmth without weight for that cool summer breeze.

Blue Triangle Necklace – For a night on the town, you can’t beat this handmade necklace.


CHRISTMAS BONUS: Knit Pillow with Aran Triangle





Circles: Handmade Wreaths, DIY Bookshelves, and Bracelet Patterns


Circle of Leaves Knit Wreath

Circle of Leaves Knit Wreath – Play with different colors of yarn to make this wreath green for summer or red for fall.

String of Circles Bookshelf – The perfect gift for the high school grad who’s heading for college.

Circles and Pearls Bracelet – This dainty DIY bracelet is a cinch to make.


CHRISTMAS BONUS: Circle Bell Ornaments




Hexagons: How to Make Your Own Bag and Crochet Rug Patterns


Drawstring Tote Bag

Drawstring Tote Bag – Great for little girls, we love the backpack-esque style of this purple and green bag.

Hexagonal Market Bag – Pick up your produce and store it in an eco-friendly bag.

Crochet Hexagon Rug – This hexagon rug pattern is small enough to fit in any room, but eye-catching enough to draw some attention.

CHRISTMAS BONUS: White Hibiscus Afghan




Simply Modern Christmas: Fresh Quilting Patterns for the HolidaysEnter for your chance to win a copy of Simply Modern Christmas: Fresh Quilting Patterns for the Holidays, a book of patterns for  quilts, table toppers, stockings, and more. Great for beginners and intermediate sewists alike, these patterns are universal, so a simple fabric swap makes them appropriate for any season. Read our full review here, and enter the giveaway here.

What geometric shapes do you like to use in your crafts?






FaveQuilts Talks with Judy Martin: Author, Teacher, Quiltmaker

FaveQuilts works with so many incredible designers, bloggers, and companies, but it’s a special thing when we get the opportunity to speak with someone who is, to some degree, all three!

Judy Martin, one of our latest designers and the author of Patchwork Among Friends: From Patterns to Potlucks and Stellar Quilts, agreed to answer a few of our questions AND to give away free copies of her books!

We can all benefit from Judy’s insight. And of course, don’t forget to enter the giveaway for her amazing books!

  1. What first drew you to quilting? 

My mother had sewn all my clothes, and when I started Junior High School, I started making my clothes in order to have some control over my wardrobe. In 1969, I made my first quilt for my apartment in college, using my dressmaking scraps. I had never seen a quilt before, and I thought they were made from uniformly sized squares. Making a quilt gave me such a sense of accomplishment that I never went back to making clothing. Besides, I envisioned quilts from all the cotton prints I was buying.

  1. You are known for your dedication to beautiful, but complex, patterns. Can you tell us a little about why this has been such a strong through line in your work? 

I haven’t always made complex quilts. When I was a beginner, I made simple quilts. As I gained experience, some of my quilt patterns grew more complex. Often, though, my quilts are easier than they look. In 1994, when I designed the Staggered Star border that graces a number of my quilts, I designed it for simplicity. It is easier to sew staggered stars than stars in the usual row with all their points touching. However, the look is new, and the rows are not so obvious, so people sometimes think it must be harder to make.

When I got my start designing for Quilter’s Newsletter in 1979, I was known for fairly simple patterns that could be presented in a page or two. This was in the days of templates, when there wasn’t such a distinction between easy and hard quilts. All patch shapes and sizes were pretty much the same level of difficulty. Furthermore, one method once served for all shapes. I suppose that I grew accustomed to the variety of shapes and blocks available to those who made quilts in the days of traditional template cutting and hand piecing, even though I never used those methods myself. When rotary cutting came along, I continued to design quilts made from uncommon shapes because I think they make some of the most beautiful quilts.

Nowadays, I think rotary cutting and “shortcuts” for making specific units have winnowed down the variety of patch shapes and blocks that most quilt makers use. While I am not about to give up rotary cutting, I think the method should serve the aesthetic of the quilts you want to make. For instance, if I want to use true diamonds for their elegant proportions, I figure out a way to rotary cut and machine piece them instead of substituting half-square triangles.

  1. What advice do you have for quilters who are on the verge of (or nervous to) take the next step, from easy to intermediate/advanced quilting? 

Once you are comfortable with your sewing machine and have mastered the perfect scant quarter-inch seam allowance, you have the skill to make intermediate to advanced blocks. That’s all it takes. Having success with patterns should give you the confidence to venture further.

I like making intricate, nuanced quilts because they give me more of a sense of accomplishment. When you would rather make one quilt that takes some time, rather than making several quick quilts, you are ready to take this step. For me personally I feel I don’t have time to make ordinary quilts. I would rather make fewer quilts but make them all special.

  1. When you set out to design a new pattern, what are your first steps? 

I often combine traditional patterns, such as Lone Star and Log Cabin, for example. I visualize the combination in my head or I may sketch the basic idea on paper. Then I head to the computer to work out the details. I work first with shapes, then with colors.

  1. From where do you draw inspiration? 

I tend to work in series. While I am working on one quilt, I am already thinking of what I can do to take my idea to the next level. Most of my recent quilts are inspired by my earlier quilts.

  1. Do you make your patterns on a computer, by hand, or by some other method? 

I may jot down ideas in a notebook or on the back of a receipt. However, I develop these ideas and come up with other ideas in the computer. I use a graphics program, Adobe Illustrator. It allows me the freedom to work outside the grid. I draw shapes based on mathematically precise dimensions and angles. In the computer I can change colors ’til the cows come home. I sometimes make scores of variations before I find the variation I like best and consider the pattern done.

  1. What’s the greatest or most helpful “quilting secret” you’ve learned or created during your years of quilting? (For example, a trick to cutting half-square triangles, the key to mastering free-motion quilting, etc.) 

I learned a tip that I have never forgotten in a 1970s class taught by Beth Gutcheon. She encouraged her students to mix in some clashing fabric in a scrap quilt. She said it added color tension. To this day, in my work, I like to dance all around a color, mixing in neighboring hues as well as tints and shades. I combine fabrics from different lines, different manufacturers, and different eras, as long as the colors work for my plan. As for quilting secrets I have discovered myself, my favorite is finding dimensions that work for rotary cutting diamonds, triangles and squares that fit together, as when making LeMoyne Stars or Lone Stars. Not all dimensions are ruler friendly, as the finished square dimension is based on 1.4142 times the finished width of the diamond. However, I have found some numbers that work together. For example, if you cut diamonds 2” wide (1-1/2” finished), they will fit squares cut 2-5/8” (2-1/8” finished) and quarter-square triangles cut 4-1/4” (3” finished) to make a LeMoyne Star that finishes at 7-1/4”.

  1. Do you have a favorite quilt that you’ve made? 

My favorite quilts that I have made are those based on wholly new ideas, whether it be adding a shadow, superimposing an off-center star over another one, or piecing a Wedding Ring from logs. I don’t have a favorite single quilt, but I love pretty much everything that Ruth McDowell makes. She makes fantastic pieced pictures.  She is this year’s inductee into the Quilters’ Hall of Fame. I especially like her pieced quilts of people and animals.

  1. What is your favorite part of the quilt-making process? 

My two favorite parts of making a quilt are: designing the quilt in the computer and binding the quilt. The designing offers so much promise, and the binding makes the quilt real and complete.

  1. And now the big one! A newbie quilter approaches you in a café and says, “Judy, I don’t know if I really want to start quilting. Can you give me three reasons why I should?” What reasons do you give him or her? 

A quilt is a creative expression of yourself. Everyone needs a creative outlet, and this is one creative pursuit that rewards you from the first project you make.

If you want either attention or self satisfaction, there is nothing like a quilt. The time and effort evident in a quilt, as well as the artistry, have a big impact.

Finally, there is nothing like a quilt to wrap your family and friends in love. Your self expression as well as your time and effort in making a quilt are obvious, and the gift of a quilt is everywhere viewed as a gift of love.

Liked what you read?

Judy Martin Pattern Book BundleThen enter to win TWO of Judy Martin’s phenomenal pattern booksPatchwork Among Friends: From Patterns to Potlucks and Stellar Quilts!

Visually complex, colorful, and completely unique, these quilts are not for the faint of heart. But each of Martin’s patterns has a detailed step-by-step which makes even the most complicated patterns accessible to quilters of various skill levels and experience.

Read the full Patchwork Among Friends review.
Read the full Stellar Quilts review.
Enter to win!


What first drew YOU to quilting (or crafting)?

Crafts for Boys: 16 Radical Craft Ideas

Crafts for Boys: 16 Radical Craft Ideas

Getting little boys interested in crafting isn’t always easy, especially when they think crafting is nothing more than pom poms and pink stuff. Prove that the wonderful world of crafting is more than just glue and glitter by sharing these creative crafts for boys!

Plus….scroll down for our latest giveaway!

Sports Crafts

I Heart Baseball Edible CraftsHut, hut, HIKE! Gather your little sports fans and give them a pep talk, because it’s time to get crafting. These sports crafts for kids are the perfect way to ease reluctant little ones into crafting, since they’re all low-effort and low-cost. There’s a sports craft out there for every crafty athlete, so don’t waste another minute to swing into creativity.

  1. Number One Baseball Fan
  2. DIY Tabletop Football
  3. Popsicle Stick Skateboards
  4. Printable Tabletop Soccer Game
  5. NEW! I Heart Baseball Edible Crafts


Dinosaur Crafts for Kids

Dinosaur Egg SoapBoys are sure to roar with excitement when they see these DIY dinos! Whether you want to learn how to make fossils with your tiny explorers or simply want to add some prehistoric fun into playtime, these awesome dinosaur crafts will make the kiddos’ boredom go extinct.

  1. Paper Plate Stegosaurus
  2. How to Make Dinosaur Fossils
  3. Magic Hatching Dinosaur Eggs
  4. Jurassic Crayons
  5. Dinosaur Egg Soap

See More Dinosaur Crafts


Superhero Crafts

Super Simple Super CapesIt’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s….the coolest collection of superhero craft ideas ever! Every little man deserves to have the chance to play the hero, and thanks to these crafts for boys, they can get ready to take on the world. No matter which famous hero your little boy loves (or even if he made up his own), these kids’ crafts will help him play the part.

  1. Fantastic Felt Superhero Masks
  2. Comic Book Banner
  3. Batman Bath Towel Cape
  4. Captain America’s Shield
  5. Super Simple Super Capes
  6. Superhero Storage Jars

See More Superhero Crafts



GIVEAWAY! Need more brilliant ideas for crafty boys? Boycraft will help your little man learn how to make papier mache, sew, knit, and make all kinds of awesome kids’ crafts, and you have the chance to win a copy. Click here to read more and enter to win a copy of Boycraft! The deadline to enter is May 12th, 2014, at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern Time, so enter today!




How do you keep kids busy?


Win Sew Red and a Jimmy Beans Wool Fabric Bouquet!

No sewing pattern is complete without fabric, and fabric without a sewing pattern can be tricky to work with as well. We at AllFreeSewing are excited to announce a brand new giveaway of both fabric and sewing patterns! Enter to win a copy of Sew Red and a Jimmy Beans Fat Quarter Fabric Bouquet. This fabulous giveaway is valued at over $100, and it includes a pattern book with over 30 patterns plus a bouquet of seven fat quarters!

Enter to win one copy of Sew Red and a Jimmy Beans Wool Fabric Bouquet!

Sew Red and Jimmy Beans Wool Fabric Bouquet Giveaway

Sew Red

Sew Red: Sewing & Quilting for Women’s Heart Health, by Laura Zander, is a compilation of rosy-red sewing patterns designed by Zander and a group of craft celebrities. Laura Zander’s campaign, Stitch Red, is aimed at making women more aware of heart disease and ways they can lower their risk. Along with thoroughly explaining each of 30 beautiful patterns step-by-step, each project’s designer shares encouragement and tips for women on how to take control of their heart health. Read more about Sew Red here.

Get inspired to make some gorgeous red patterns with some of these free ideas already on AllFreeSewing:

Chenille Heart Pillow

Jimmy Beans Wool Fabric Bouquet

This gorgeous bouquet from Rowan’s Kaffe Classics is perfect to start sewing any pattern you’d like from Sew Red. This bouquet includes seven fat quarters in different patterns and all in shades of red. Because of their coordinating color palette, the different fabrics can be mixed and matched as desired for a lovely look. As a special bonus embellishment, one yard of grosgrain ribbon is tied around the vase to be added to your next project.

Jimmy Beans Wool Fabric Bouquet


Enter to win one copy of Sew Red and a Jimmy Beans Wool Fabric Bouquet! This contest runs from 2/10/14 – 3/10/14. You may enter once per day, and be sure to see how you can earn bonus entries! The contest entry form can be found here.



What would you make with a fabric bouquet?





Stay Neutral: 27 Sewing Projects in Beige, Brown, Black & White

Anthro Inspired LampshadeAt AllFreeSewing, we’re big fans of color. You won’t find a group of editors that is happier than we are to stumble over a rainbow-inspired sewing project. However, while we’re big supporters of all things colorful and bright, we also fully appreciate a neutral to tone things down a bit. Today we’ve selected some projects that we think look stunning in nice beige, brown, black, and white tones. See if you’ll be including these projects in your home this season; then check out an awesome giveaway announcement below!


Gathered Panel ScarfBeige Beauties to Include in Your DIY Designs:

  1. Peek a Boo Lampshade Makeover
  2. Shabby Chic Pleated Shade
  3. 30 Minute Caftan Top
  4. Charlie Reusable Grocery Bag from BurdaStyle!
  5. Gathered Panel Scarf
  6. Detachable Collar Pattern
  7. Fabric Wrap Belt

Leather and Feather PurseBrown Hues to Use in Sewing Projects:

  1. Ruffle Blouse
  2. Leather and Feather Purse
  3. Burlap Purse With Shabby Rose
  4. Leather Laptop Case
  5. Covered Stretchy Headband
  6. Reusable Swiffer Sweeper
  7. Central Park Swing Coat

Pants Turned Maxi Skirt

Black Shades You’ll Want to Try:

  1. Sleek Sewn Skirt in Minutes
  2. Yoga Pants
  3. Pants Turned Maxi Skirt
  4. Wall Pocket Organizer

White Sewing Patterns for Dramatic Elegance:

DIY Waves of Ruffles Shower Curtain

  1. Boat Tote Bag
  2. Big Books Library Bag
  3. The Easiest Tee Shirt Ever
  4. Chic Lacy Top
  5. Pottery Barn Inspired Pillow
  6. DIY Waves of Ruffles Shower Curtain
  7. Anthro Inspired Lampshade
  8. Best Purse Tutorial Ever
  9. Casual T Shirt Scarf

Knockout Neutrals: 12 Showstopping Neutral Quilts Giveaway

Win Knockout Neutrals from AllFreeSewing!

Want to win a book that’s all about neutrals? You can! Until January 20th you can enter to win a copy of Knockout Neutrals: 12 Showstopping Neutral Quilts from AllFreeSewing and That Patchwork Place! You can enter once daily to increase your chances of winning! Enter here!

AllFreeChristmasCrafts Giveaway: Mollie Makes Christmas book!

Mollie Makes ChristmasInstead of buying decorations and presents from the store this year, make them yourself! Mollie Makes Christmas is here to help. From the creators of the Mollie Makes magazine, a craft magazine dedicated to doing things the handmade way, this book features over 20 projects to help you deck the halls and make meaningful gifts for all your friends and family.

Now one lucky crafter can win a copy! Enter here for your chance to win.

Mollie Makes Christmas is full of fun graphics that make it look like a little scrapbook. With each project you get a brief biography on the designer, high-quality photographs, and easy-to-read instructions. They even include fun, little tip tags on the bottom of the page with helpful hints on which gauge to use, fabric or paper choice to make, and more. They put just as much effort into giving the book an exciting and festive look as they did finding fun and creative crafts to feature inside.

Mollie Makes Christmas features truly one-of-a-kind projects. Like the fun Santa Kit, featuring a little mince pie and drink for Santa and carrots for his four-legged friends. The book features a variety of DIY Christmas decorations from your kitchen to your living room, and plenty of crafts you can make to give as gifts. There’s also a variety of crafting skills used. From knitting and crochet, to paper crafts and sewing, there’s something here for everyone.

If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind Christmas craft book, then this is definitely for you. Full of fun pictures, clear instructions, and unique designs, this book is a Christmas craft wonderland. Let Mollie Makes Christmas help you go handmade for the holidays! is giving away a copy of Mollie Makes Christmas to one lucky winner. You could win!


Learn more and enter to win here.
Contest ends December 31, 2013. You can enter once daily, return often to improve your chances of winning!

Cozy Up with Free Log Cabin Quilt Patterns!

In case you haven’t heard, log cabin quilt patterns are loved by beginning quilters and advanced quilters alike! The simple piecing method can be applied to a variety of gorgeous quilting projects, from quilting blocks to home decor and of course to full sized quilts as well. This simple design of layering strips of fabric around a central square is incredibly (and perhaps unexpectedly) versatile! Grab an array of fabrics in your favorite patterns and colors and follow any of these fabulous free log cabin quilt patterns to create a new accent for your home.

Rainbow Log Cabin Quilt Block

Log Cabin Quilting Block Designs

The quilt block is the foundation for these gorgeous log quilting patterns. Arrange your fabric strips in eye-catching ways with these quilt blocks, and watch how the patterns and colors come together when the blocks are sewn together.

Rainbow Log Cabin Quilt Block
Log Cabin Quilt Block
Easy Log Cabin Quilt Block
Wonky Quarter Log Cabin Block
Christmas Log Cabin Quilt Block


Colorful Log Cabin Quilt Coasters Log Cabin Quilt Patterns for Home Decor

Log cabin quilt patterns don’t need to be used solely for quilts! Create beautiful home decorations with log cabin patterns.

Colorful Log Cabin Quilt CoastersQuilt As You Go Log Cabin Quilt
Offset Log Cabin Reversible Mug Rug


Log Cabin Baby Quilt Full Size Free Log Cabin Quilt Patterns

It’s the reason we quilters are here, right? These full size quilts are amazing and innovative log cabin quilt patterns that will look gorgeous in any home and are suited to any style.

Log Cabin Baby Quilt
Giant Log Cabin Quilt
Scrapalicious Improv Log Cabin Quilt
Country Cabin Lap Quilt
My Sunshine Log Cabin Quilt
Oz’s Log Cabin Quilt Pattern
Wonky Log Cabin Throw


Extraordinary Log Cabin Quilts


For more fabulous log cabin quilt patterns, enter our latest giveaway! FaveQuilts is giving away one copy of Extraordinary Log Cabin Quilts by Judy Martin. This incredible collection of artistic and inspiring quilt patterns will amaze you when you find out not only how they’re made, but how gorgeous they look when completed. This contest runs until December 31st, 2013. Enter to win today!




We’re curious: Do you put your log cabin quilts in . . . log cabins?



Win a Quilting Swag Bag from Quilt Market!

Team FaveQuilts just got back from quite the adventure.  We flew in from Houston, Texas, perused hundreds of Quilts at the annual Quilt Market show, and brought home a bag full of goodies.  Now, there are plenty of blog posts about the show in the works, but in the meantime, we have an exciting announcement. (Keep reading!)

Aside from meeting with tons of wonderful bloggers and fabric companies, one of the best parts about Quilt Market is seeing firsthand all the new fabric collections and new quilting gadgets.  Of course, another plus is collecting tons of free fabrics, books and free quilt patterns!  That’s where you guys come in.  One lucky winner will get to take home this incredible Quilting Swag Bag!  Are you excited, yet?

Enter to Win: Quilting Swag Bag

Quilting Swag Bag

What you’ll win:

  • A signed copy of First Steps to Free-Motion Quliting by Christina Cameli
  • A signed copy of Modern Bee: 13 Quilts to Make With Friends by Lindsay Conner
  • Fabric bundle from Dear Stella
  • Fabric bundle from Art Gallery Fabrics
  • Ten quilt patterns from Quilt Woman
  • Eight quilt patterns from Shabby Fabrics
  • Six cell phone cases for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy III
  • An assortment of quilting-related stickers and temporary tattoos

Want to win this amazing collection of quilting swag?

Leave a comment below and answer our question to be entered to win. You have until November 12, 2013 to enter, so get your comment posted today to ensure that you’re in the running to win this exclusive one-of-a-kind SWAG bag from Quilt Market!


Giveaway Rules:

  • Contest open to US and Canada residents 18+
  • One comment/entry per person per blog post.
  • Contest closes November 12, 2013 at 11:59p CST.
  • Leave a comment on this blog post answering the question below to be entered to win.
  • Winners will be posted on and notified by email.


Leave a comment by answering this question and you’ll be registered to win our Quilting Swag Bag Giveaway:

What’s on your quilting wishlist for the holidays?