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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Enter the Quilt Your Stash Contest

Quilt your stash and win! It is time to do some serious spring cleaning and organize your fabric. You could win a sewing machine from Juki America, Inc by stitching those fabric scraps into garments, bags, and other accessories. And, if you need some inspiration for projects, check out Quilt Your Stash, on newsstands now!

The sky’s the limit! To enter, simply share your quilted garment or accessory in our contest gallery before June 5, 2012, 11:59 pm EST. There is no limit to the number of projects you can enter, and as long as your project is handmade by you, it does not matter if this is a brand new project or one you have been working on for a while. 

Please tell us a little about your project. Share a brief description including any patterns, fabrics, inspiration, or special techniques used in your project. This is not mandatory, but any information you share will help us appreciate the work that went into sewing your quilted project. 

One winner will be chosen by the editors of Threads magazine and announced on or around June 8, 2012. The winner will receive a Juki Exceed F-400 Quilt & Pro Computerized Sewing Machine worth over $2,000. This machine is simple enough for a beginner, but capable enough for a pro. Spend hours of quality time creating with this user-friendly computerized machine. With over 450 stitch patterns, exclusive electronic buttonholes and pattern positioning, an intelligent bobbin system and more, sewing is truly a joy!

  • 456 Sewing patterns including 16 buttonholes and 3 alphabet styles
  • Large LCD backlit screen
  • 7-Point feed dogs and industrial box feed
  • Drop Feed Dogs
  • Lay in Bobbin System
  • Upper and Lower Thread Trimmers
  • Exclusive Foot Control Thread Trimmers
  • Twin Needle Control
  • Free Arm sewing
  • Knee Bar Presser Foot Lift
  • On-Board Accessory Storage
  • Hard Shell Carry and Storage Case 

See Official Rules for details.


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  1. 55puget | | #1

    Stashes stashes and more stashes...like dust bunnies if you leave them in the closet they multiple and invade the spare drawers in storage areas, closets etc. Now I wonder why I drove into Seattle with a friend and we came back with SIX large bolts of plain fabric...was it to go with the odd things in the closets... some new some old and some even blue. I love my Threads Magazine and enjoy the ideas in it.

  2. Klaudia | | #2

    Would be nice to use some of the scraps that I so thoughtfully store. I can't seem to bring myself to throwing away any fabric that more than 5" square. So I need some ideas on how to use up these treasures.

  3. mssms | | #3

    I have so much fabric I am thinking I've got hoarding tendencies. I really need to get it under control. I love this magazine but very rarely find it loacally.

  4. mssms | | #4

    I have so much fabric I am thinking I've got hoarding tendencies. I really need to get it under control. I love this magazine but very rarely find it loacally.

  5. copywriterMT | | #5

    I just purchased/received the Quilt Your Stash book, which has been a delight to read on this very subject. Very useful info on how to store bits and bites, which of course means you'll actually be able to USE those bits and bites for something useful. I need to put a really long video on in my sewing room, and start cutting those useful squares... I think my first project from my stash will be table runners using fall/christmas fabrics. I have a lot of them from various projects, so think it will be easy to come up with enough for a project.

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    sewold | | #6

    I received the book ( plus a copy for my daughter in law). Now I need to work on the stash! Just completed a small quilt/wall hanging from some old blocks in my stash. I'm not sure where they came from but there were over 30. They appear to be 1930's feed sack fabrics. I even had some feed sacks to use for the backing. (still have some left, too) I looked in lots of books but never could identify the pattern. They were all hand sewn and done very well. I'd love to add the machine to my workroom, too.

  7. HeavenlyPrincess | | #7

    Could you please clarify what is meant by "quilt"? Based on context (using up scraps) I assume you mean the entry should be pieced. must it also be quilted, meaning stitched through multiple layers?

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