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Huge Quilting Giveaway

A Quilter's Ark by Margaret Rolfe

This is a big giveaway! In total, we will give away five quilt patterns and three books.


Grand LeMoyne Star, Elephant and I, and Strips and Selvages patterns (C&T Publishing, 2015) by Jennifer Sampou:
These quilt patterns give a new meaning to unique. Jennifer Sampou studied at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and currently is an exclusive designer for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. All of Jennifer’s patterns are stunning and easy to make. These patterns will surpass your expectations! 

Twin String quilt pattern (C&T Publishing, 2015) by Jessica Levitt:
This gorgeous bedding design is strip quilted from bold, solid block prints. The project is for all quilters, no matter what skill level. Well-known designer and quilter Jessica Levitt is a quilt pattern expert who has been sewing since she was twelve! She attended Duke University and is currently a designer for Windham Fabrics. The pattern is a great project for any quilter!

Under the Sea quilt pattern (C&T Publishing, 2015) by Barbara H. Cline:
This pattern will teach you how to piece together diamond chains from strip sets. Created by Barbara H. Cline, an expert quilter of 30+ years, the quilt is guaranteed to turn out beautifully. It takes on a traditional, yet unique style sure to please everyone! 

25 Patchwork Quilt Blocks: Volume II (Martingale, 2014) by Katy Jones:
This is the second installment of Katy Jones’s book 25 Patchwork Quilt Blocks. Katy is a contributor for Modern Quilts from the Blogging Universeand the co-founder of the eMagazine Fat QuarterlyThe book is beginner-friendly and is filled with helpful techniques.

Large-Block Quilts by Victoria L. Eapen:
Sewing since the age of eight, Victoria L. Eapen is anything but an amateur seamstress. She is now a full-time dentist but dedicates much of her time to quilting. Her book is full of colorful and delightfully designed quilts. Choose from 16 different designs. Her book will please even the pickiesy quilter!

A Quilter’s Ark by Margaret Rolfe:
This book is a must-have for any quilter. Inside you will find 50+ designs, all equally fast and fun thanks to Margaret Rolfe’s techniques. The 4″ X 4″ block designs are great for quilts both big and small. You won’t be able to put this book down!

For a chance to win our fantastic giveaway simply comment below and tell us which item(s) in our giveaway you would enjoy the most. Submit your comments by midnight EST on May 1, 2015. The winner will be randomly chosen, contacted via email, and announced online during the week of May 4. 


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  1. RushW | | #1

    The Quilter's Ark sounds like it is right up my alley; I adore humorous pictures of animals.

  2. Jennislav | | #2

    This is nice

  3. Jmccombs | | #3

    I would love to have the Grand LeMoyne Star, Elephant and I, and Strips and Selvages patterns by Jennifer Sampou. Thanks

  4. wlstarn | | #4

    The Quilter's Ark is a book I would enjoy. I'm getting ready to be a granny in a few years (I hope!) and this would make awesome baby quilts!

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    chelosunny | | #5

    thx for the giveaway. You have tickled my fancy with Large Block Quilts by Victoria L. Eapen This topic has never been addressed at our guild. I did see a small video from The Quilt Show on this topic. Fascinating and doable.

  6. user-381984 | | #6

    The Quilters Arch explores a technique that is new to me. I am always looking to learn a new approach to both quilting and sewing and this technique would improve my skills. Thank you.

  7. user-1064229 | | #7

    I'm partial to a Quilters Ark because I enjoy paper piecing much more than traditional quilting methods.

  8. katie | | #8

    It would be the Quilter's Ark. I paper pieced a lot, especially animals.

  9. Pandagirl01 | | #9

    Love the preview of "A Quilter's Ark". I'm working on several projects with this theme. Can't wait to see the whole book because I love doing paper piecing.

  10. shroomfrog | | #10

    I would want all of it , but I would want quilter's ark the most. I have been looking for a book like that in the store, but haven't found one.

  11. mrsMRS | | #11

    Under the Sea
    would surely suit me!

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    marcieinmontana | | #12

    I like the Strips and Selvages best, but I am sure that I could like all of them with no help!

  13. TRAYNE | | #13

    I would love to have the Quilt Ark. I love to do paper piecing and can't find enough patterns to do .

  14. WYrancher | | #14

    Hmmm... so hard to choose. the Large block quilts sounds intriguing

  15. user-943483 | | #15

    I'd say probably the elephant and I and under the sea!

  16. user-5430734 | | #16

    I would enjoy the Elephant and I book the most. Thank you.

  17. LakeLady2015 | | #17

    I love the 25 patchwork quilt blocks but I also like the quilters ark. As a fairly new quilter I would be thrilled with any of them.

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    Countessa | | #18

    A Quilter's Ark would be awesome, as there has been three great-nephews and one great-niece since February, and a grandson due in July.

  19. johnnypk | | #19

    25 Patchwork Quilt Blocks: Volume II would be a nice addition to my quilting books

  20. spinmarker | | #20

    I think I would like the 25 patchwork quilt blocks as I am a relatively new quilter. The more I can learn about piecing different patterns, the more interesting my quilts will be. Thank you.

  21. tpmike | | #21

    this is just superb

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    corybrady | | #22

    Its good way.

  23. skeeters | | #23

    I am a quilt book junkie
    tv people would call that hoarding..I love to read about quilts from all parts of the world. I think the ARK book would be a treasure.
    Linda S.

  24. Debspossum | | #24

    For a booknut, I would love all of these quilt books added to my library.
    Choosing just one is extremely difficult, but I'll choose "The Quilter's Ark" since I am a devoted animal lover and do lots of 4x4 blocks for mug rugs and miniature quilts .Besides your mention that this is a must have!

  25. user-222959 | | #25

    Large block quilts looks terrific, think that's the one I'd like.

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    devinkoblas | | #26

    its very good way!!

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    DorisNorris | | #27

    very nice

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    RonaldTague | | #28


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