Friday, January 3, 2014

Win This Pincushion!



Simply leave a Comment and you'll be entered in a random drawing to win this new handmade pincushion. Pinsies included. Winner will be announced next Friday, Jan. 10. Entries welcomed from anywhere on earth.

Take a look at my quilt patterns and tell me in your Comment which one (or which type) appeals to you. I'm looking for direction for pattern topics in the new year. Easy or challenging, unique or classic, upcycling/scrap? Any thoughts, or just say "Hi!"

41 comments:

Pam said...

Hi Karen!
My current favorites are the Stairstep patterns and the most current One Block pattern. These are going to be used a lot with our quilt ministry this year! I love the graphic punch and the simplicity that will encourage our new quilters.

Many blessings to You this year!

Dolores said...

Love Fine Lines, Asterisk and Stacks.
Modern and graphic.

Pamela said...

I like Sunshine! Definitely going to have to put this one on my list, I love a good scrappy quilt!

Karen M said...

I love your Little Flags pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

Laura said...

I like your selvage patterns and your upcycle pattern. I like the way you use fabric that other people throw away. To me, that is environmentally responsible quilting.

The Cozy Quilter said...

I am working on a stacks baby quilt. I like your quilts because they are a little off the wall, if you know what I mean!

QuiltSwissy said...

I would love some upctpycle projects. I have a lot of wonderdul shirts and dresses I got from the 99 cent rack at the Purple Cow. That is a goodwill type place in my neighborhood. Stuff they can't sell goes to the White Cow rack for 99 cents.

I have gotten some great stuff, and my hubby now looks thru the haul to see of he fits any shirts. I don't tell him these were the lowest of the goodwill pile!!!!!

Kathryn said...

I like Tea Basket and Camelot. Something easy, fun and stash busting.

Gill said...

I love your plaid and asterisks patterns!

barbara woods said...

i like the stacks, thanks

Bonnie58 said...

Love the cushion and pinzies. thanks so much for sharing. You have a great blog - very inspirational.

sigisart said...

Hi Karen,
hmmm, why not? Lets have a try. My favourite is "sunshine". At the moment I´m also doing a scrappy quilt a Triple Irish Chain.
Many hugs from germany
sigisart

Cynthia Meredith said...

I love Sunshine--and I've made it! Scrapyy are my favorite, and I love strings!

Karen Hillier said...

Hi - I love the asterick quilt pattern although I haven't made it.

Joan and Kevin said...

I love Sunshine!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Swedish Scrapper said...

I already won some pinsies last year, so I'm just here to say hi! Bought the Red Zinger pattern and I'm looking forward to trying it out!

JoAnne said...

I love your selvage projects and have made several of them. Love your blog too!

JoAnne said...

I love your selvage projects and have made several of them. Love your blog too!

Frog Quilter said...

I love sunshine, so pretty!

cariboocarol said...

I would choose the paperweights and I love the pinsies too. Very pretty giveaway. Thank you.

MARYNAN said...

Thank you so much for the opportunity of winning this wonderful pin cushion!!
iT'S HOT here in Australia.

Maryanne

Pickles Quilting said...

I am loving the Paperweights pattern. It is so vivid and eye-catching! By the way, such a cute pincushion. That is one thing I do not have yet.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Karen, I never realized you had so many patterns. I love Trellis! Wishing you a very Happy New Year!

swakins said...

I've done Plaid Weave and was thinking of doing another of your quilts so I guess Stacks is my new fab.

Alison said...

I am so drawn to Fine Lines - it's very fresh looking.

Joan said...

I like them all, but especially Paperweights.

Kathy said...

i like the asterisk and little flags!

Patti said...

I love the Stacks and Thimbles patterns. I have a leaning toward more modern quilting styles. Love both scrappy looking quilts and quilts with lots of negative space. And of course, selvage projects are so interesting. I always enjoy your blog posts too. :)

RustyBird said...

I like the Button Box quilt.

Kathy H said...

I really like tea basket. I think unique patterns are my favorite, ones that don't look like so many others. All of your little pin cushions are great too.

Debbie said...

I say to go for challenging and unique. Karen. There are more than enough easy and common patterns out there, with many of them free online. Good luck with the New Year, Karen!

Lee said...

I am loving Cane Weave and Asterik! I love your sea urchin pin cushions!!

Selvage Quilter said...

All this feedback is so helpful! Thanks, keep it coming.
Karen

Diane said...

Hi Karen, I couldn't possibly pick one favorite, I love all your patterns. I am currently working on a zinger and completed a Silk Cigar Ribbon quilt last year. I love selvages and your book and blog have been my true inspiration. Oh, and what a cute pincushion! Thanks for the opportunity.

Kim said...

How fun! Thanks for the chance to win :0). I am constantly inspired by your work and love your book too.
I have trouble ordering on Etsy and wonder if there is any secrets you can share on the process.

Have a blessed 2014

sissa said...

I started reading your blog because of the selvage quilts. It is still what I enjoy most about your blog - expecially when you feature other selvage quilts that others have made

JustCallMeElle said...

I like The Stacks and Fine Lines. Both have a good amount of negative space, which I am taken with these days. Both lean toward the modern movement. :-) Thanks for being such a faithful blogger. I look forward to your new posts.

Suze said...

I adore Red Zinger. Thanks for the great giveaway. I actually like all your patterns. It was a difficult decision.

patty a. said...

Hello Karen! All your quilt patterns are wonderful. They have such individuality! I do like the Yellow Brick Road spiral. It is a fun piece. Hope you had a lovely holiday season. Stay warm!

Maureeneh said...

I love Red Zinger, it is on my to-do list.

Chriss said...

I quite like all of them! I lean towards big contrast, quilts with fresh, clean lines and color placement.I don't necessarily make quilts like that, but like them. I guess I'm a bit modern.