Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Fall Festival Giveaway

Another edit -- we have a winner, and it's Lisa Marie.  (I've sent an email...)

Edited to add another reminder: if you are a "no-reply" blogger, please be sure to give me your email address in your comment, or you can't win! (Dianne, this means you...)

Vicki is having a week-long giveaway on her site (but don't go there, because I want to win!) so I thought I'd join in...

Today's prize is this Amazing Radiance quilt pattern:
I bought this on a trip to Seattle a couple of years back; it's paper-pieced, and includes all the papers, untouched.

To be entered for the drawing on October 22, just leave me a comment, and make sure I have a way to contact you.

23 comments:

Michele T said...

Will I be the lucky first??!! I've only tried paper piecing a few times and loved it!! It's an amazing and fun process with great results!!

Dixie said...

That looks like an amazing pattern! Thanks for the chance! mumbird3atgmail.com

Kathy S. said...

What a beautiful pattern. Thank you for the chance to win it. Shahann at yahoo dot com.

GranChris said...

I love the pattern. Would be fun to put together.

JoyceLM said...

I love foundation paper piecing - thanks for the chance to win.

Lisa Marie said...

I love paper piecing and that pattern is gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win!
jklmengland at windstream dot net

Sarah said...

I would love to win this pattern! This quilt would be one my husband would like as much as I do! :) sarah@forrussia.org

john hutchens said...

looks like a beautiful pattern
cooladam1 at live dot com

kimberj said...

That's an amazing design/pattern! I'm thinking it would be breathtaking in Schott Cottons?

Quilting Tangent said...

Love the look of the maze, willing to give paper piecing a try. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Gill said...

I'd love to try this!!

Kathy H said...

Love that quilt. I have enjoyed paper piecing for many years but haven't done any recently. And I always enjoy a quilt with all those rainbow colors.

Dianne Giles said...

Pattern looks amazing! I would love to make a quilt from this pattern. Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

What a fun pattern - thanks for the opportunity to win!

Andrea
kmen3035 at hotmail . com

Caroline said...

I love foundation piecing. It turns out so precise!

Anonymous said...

I'm fairly new to paper-piecing and it has become my favourite technique right now. I love how accurate it is and how easy it is to sew long skinny pieces of fabric together and end up with beautiful points that all match.
wlinda_ca (a) yahoo (dot) com

Anonymous said...

Awesome, such a beautiful pattern!

- Laura
Sinister.Laura@yahoo.ca

Deb said...

That looks like a fun pattern. I do like paper piecing. Thanks for the chance to win.

Wendy said...

what a gorgeous pattern, thanks for the giveaway!

delaineelliott said...

I love this quilt pattern! Thanks!

dbelliott@outlook.com

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Gidget said...

The pattern looks fun!
I would love to try it.

barbara woods said...

want to learn how, thanks

Jen Barnard said...

Beautiful quilt, I'd love to make it.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com