Thursday, January 26, 2012

Give-away #3!

I totally forgot to post the give-away for the third book!  It is called "Fresh From the Clothesline" by Darlene Zimmermann.   The quilts are all shown in pastels and 30's prints, but the designs are nice and she has helpful information about quilts with scalloped or wavy edges.

If you'd like a chance at this book, please post a comment here.  I'll pick a winner on Saturday.

13 comments:

Donna said...

Julie
I love the 30's fabric and would love to have a book with small projects.

Donna

Caroline said...

I always think about doing scalloped edges on my quilts, but when it comes time to do them, I totally space it out. Thanks for the giveaway

Tami @ Lemon Tree Tales said...

Oooh, this looks interesting. My aunt is getting married this summer and she loves the vintage look. This'll probably have fantastic ideas of what to make her. I've always wanted to try a scalloped edge quilt too.

Exuberant Color said...

I'm always looking for patterns that look good in the 30's prints plus Darlene Zimmerman invented a couple of my favorite rulers so count me in.

Nicole said...

I've never tired of 30's prints and think Diane Zimmerman is wonderful. I would love to get this book!

Andra Gayle said...

Looks like a lovely book! Thanks for the chance to win!

Janet Espeleta said...

Hi Julie, As you know I love Darlene Zimmerman's rulers & fabric so I would love to win this book. Your blog is fun to read too. Janet

Marge said...

Another good book, Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.
Marge

Cory said...

This looks like a great book and I would love to add it to my library. Thank you for the chance. Take care and God bless, Cory

free indeed said...

In my early quilting beginnings, 30's were what I collected..I've got a nice little stash of them waiting for the perfect project. Would like to see within these pages and dream.

Jay said...

The theme for our guild show this year is Making Memories with an emphasis on '30s fabric...Raffle quilt, challenge quilt etc. So this gift would work in beautifully!!!

debbie said...

I would love her book. Such wonderful colors in her quilts.

Thanks,
Debbie Hall

Quiltingathome@earthlink.net

Karen H said...

I hope I'm not too late! I would love to win the book - looks like some neat quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!