Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Mother's Favorite, Your Dream Project, and A Giveaway

When I sit and work on my block each night I think about things that I never have the time to think about otherwise.  The other night I had this thought...If I had all the tools, fabric, time, and knowledge what project would I make, especially if I was guaranteed to finish and have it look great.  My list of "want to make" is long, and I mean so long I doubt I could ever finish the whole list.


This is the BOM from The Quilt Show by Sarah Vedeler.  Yeah, I look at it about once a week.  I download the pattern each month and file it away in my trusty binder.  Someday I would love to make this quilt.


I love the patterns by Kelli Wulfsohn at Don't Look Now!  I think this tree might actually be a possibility, that is if I ever get my hands on one of her patterns.  I know I would love to make any of her designs.


There are many other designs that I love to look at and dream about making...and since I am just linking with SewMamaSew for Giveaway Day (which is really a week) and there are only two days left, I wanted my giveaway to help you maybe get started on that project you really want to do someday, or help you work on your "now" project.


I purchased a pair of these Olfa scissors a while ago and I love them.  I don't care if I'm using them on fabric, yarn, or felt, they are wonderful.  If you would like a chance to win this pair, leave me a comment telling me what your dream project is.  I can't wait to see what everyone would love to work on..and I just bet I might find something that I would love to add to my list.  If you would like a second chance, leave another comment letting me know you are a follower.  The winner will be chosen by random.org on Friday, May 25,  at 8 p.m. (Central Standard time), so hurry and leave me a comment!


Today's block (Mother's Favorite) is a fun one with a lot of half-square triangles.  It actually looks much more complicated than it is.  It is number 144 of 366 and it is a 12-inch block.  Happy Stitching!!  --Kristen


194 comments:

Jennyroo said...

Wow, I think my dream project is likely a Swoon quilt. It's the size of the project, needs such a amount of fabric to finish the quilt top and then the backing.... Oy! I might need to stick to lap quilts for a while longer while I build up my courage!

Sallie said...

a Judy Niemeyer quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

handmadebytracie said...

Is it sad to say that my dream project is to either make a quilt (any quilt!) or knit a sweater for myself? I am always making all kinds of projects for other people that the things I'd like to make for myself just never get done. Maybe this year is the year?

Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity!

handmadebytracie (at)gmail(dot)com

Melissa Palmer said...

Holy cow, I think my new dream project is that tree pattern you have on here!! That is BEAUTIFUL!!

Thanks for the giveaway :)

melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

Melissa Palmer said...

Following your blog :)

melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Eu sou sua seguidora.Seu presente é ótimo,obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Como você eu tenho muitos também,mas eu muitos anos atrás aprendi fazer alguns pontos de tapeçaria.Como eu não tinha dinheiro para comprar a lã própria,eu usava linhas e fazia em panos de prato,de saco de algodão que aqui no Brasil chamamos de farinha.Depois que comecei a trabalhar comprei lã para bebê e etamine e fiz muitas peças assim.Sempre quis fazer um tapete ou painel para minha casa,eu acho que já devo ter dinheiro para isso agora.A questão é será que vou conseguir me empenhar para tanto?Não sei.Me desculpe acho que fiz um post em seu blog.Seja feliz.Beijo.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Kristy @cottonaddiction said...

I would love to make a New York Beauty quilt some day.

Martina said...

I think my dream is Lynettes vignette hexagon quilt. So beautiful!

Martina said...

I am already a follower!

Crystal Pelkey said...

a quilt for my bed.

Sue said...

Well, my life-long dream is to learn to blow glass. For quilting, I'd like to finish a warped nine patch I started for myself 15 years ago.

majorasue(at)hotmail(dot)com

Kelsey said...

My dream project would be an intricately quilted whole cloth quilt. It would be amazing to be so skilled at quilting to accomplish that-- not yet, unfortunately!

Michelle Hudak said...

I always wanted to learn stained glass. As far as quilting goes, I'm brand new and working on a basic block baby quilt but someday I hope to have the skills to try a Dresden plate quilt or a pattern I saw online from an old issue of Quilters Newsletter called Yippity Yap quilt which is so cute.

shel704 at aol dot com

Michelle Hudak said...

I'm a follower
shel704 at aol dot com

SHANA said...

My dream project is to make a double wedding ring quilt one day.

hueisei said...

A GFG quilt. I always wanted to make one.

hueisei said...

I'm a follower.

Emily said...

I'm just getting my feet wet with quilting, I hope to be brave enough to quilting something larger than a crib quilt!!

Emily said...

I'm following on Gfc!

Lisa Langford said...

my dream project would be creating a fabric line

Gali said...

I would love to make a double quilt for us.
:-)
Katz.gali(at)gmail.com

Beth said...

I have begun to work on my dream project, an English paper-pieced Grandmother's Flower Garden. It will likely take a very long time, but I'm pleased to have begun it and in a way it makes me happy to think I'll be working on it for years.

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

Jennie P. said...

My dream project would be the pickledish or gypsy kisses quilt. I saw one on a blog. I read it's from the book Material Obsession 2. It is so cool. I think it will be a while before I attempt it though.

Kathy MacKie said...

My dream project would be any Edyta Sitar quilt.

Gill said...

I want to try the Swoon quilt that everyone raves about!! or the circles of geese!

Gill said...

I'm a follower!

Laura Ayres said...

My dream project atm would be a cute quilt using the penguin and fish embroidery animals and letters, so so cute! But I need to learn to embroider first! http://www.penguinandfish.com/shop/product/78

Jenelle said...

Right now my dream project is making an English paper-pieced quilt with all hand applique. I am doing it little by little. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

strandkorbtraum said...

dream project ... build a house (ok that's never goign to happen) ... for somethign more realistic - a vegetable quilt .. Ialways loved the pictures of them

Oso said...

My dream project is to finish a project, someday. But on top of the list there're my daughters quilts, baby quilts when I started them and, surely, adult quilts when I finish them.

Thanks for the chance to win!

lauramdd(at)terra(dot)es

Pam said...

My dream project is a king sized flying geese quilt. Love those geese but have only managed a twin so far

WandaFish said...

I think my dream project would be a Candied Hexagons quilt. If it's ok to link:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/27001012@N00/5784388541/in/photostream
Thanks for the giveaway!

WandaFish said...

I'm a new follower :)

kt said...

I would like to make a double wedding ring quilt one day. Thanks for the chance to win!

kt said...

I am a follower!

Aimee said...

My dream project is Mary Ann Keathley's Hidden Circles quilt. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway

Aimee said...

New follower

Emily C said...

My dream is to finish some of my UFO's. But i love the preprinted baby quilt by Mary Engelbreit of mother goose.

Lisa Marie said...

One day I want to make a big quilt from a Judy Niemeyer pattern. I haven't picked a specific one, but it seems that all of her patterns are amazing! I like Kelli's patterns too and found a free one (on her blog I think) that would be a good one to start with.

Deb said...

I have the Farmer's Wife book and would love to start (and finish!) that quilt.

JustPam said...

I would love to make a heavily appliqued quilt. I have admired them from a distance but knew I would never make one. In magazines I would just gloss over them. I recently made some table runners with needle turned appliqued and surprised myself by enjoying the process.

JustPam said...

I am a new follower

JLVerde said...

I'm a new follower.

JLVerde said...

I don't quilt but my dream project (right now) is an embroidered lampshade. I have the lamp and the knowledge to make the shade but I'm still a little intimidated by it.

krisgray said...

My dream project would be a floral applique quilt in batiks, like the one that Edyta Sitar has out now - love it!

krisgray said...

I am a happy follower!

beaquilter said...

oh wow! that top quilt is STUNNING!

Heather said...

Two dream projects right now: swoon and patchwork prism by Anna Marian Horner. Hopefully this summer!

Michelle J. said...

My dream project is to create coordinating bedspreads for my kids.

Michelle J. said...

I'm a follower!

Amy said...

Dream project... a king size bento quilt in limes, greys, white and black... with a bit of emerald green and aqua in I think... Yum!!

Courtneysews said...

I want to make my first quilt!

Courtneysews said...

I'm a follower

Andrea said...

I'd love to do a baby quilt in pastel colours. Thanks for the chance! hastacualquierdia(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)ar

Wendy said...

My dream project would be a double-bed sized quilt for our bedroom, I don't know what pattern though

Michele said...

My dream project is the Single Girl quilt.

Lisa C in GA. said...

I'm actually tackling it this fall...it's modest, but I want a king sized bed quilt for our room. I've gathered up the Salt Air and will begin when summer fun settles down :)

Irina said...

I can"t wait to start dewing clothes for myself!thanks for the chance

Irina said...

I'm your follower

Laurel said...

someday, after my extensive to-do list, i would absolutely LOVE to make a king sized swoon quilt... and use it on my bed!

SewLindaAnn said...

I have a couple of dream projects. First I want to make a quilt with sewn in circles and a dress for me.

SewLindaAnn said...

I'm a Follower thru GFC. I love Kellie Wulfson's patterns also. I have Lilly Pilly but haven't done it yet. It's great that they are now available in the US.

Sarah said...

hmmm, good question!I want to learn how to crochet just so I can make a granny square afghan in bright colors, but I never seem to have the time...

blondie19012k said...

My dream is to make a quilt! I have some of the supplies I need, but my fabric needs cutting up so I can start!

B Greene said...

My dream project would be a Dresden plate quilt - in a vintage look. Thanks for the chance to win!

B Greene said...

I am a happy follower of your blog - love watching your progress every day :-)

RSHudson said...

One dream project would be a hand-quilted whole cloth quilt; I've seen some beautiful ones. Thanks for chance to win! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

MC said...

My dream project is a bargello quilt. I need to teach myself how to do it so I will start small and if I can manage to make a placemat then I'll go bigger!

Suzanne said...

My dream project right now would be to make a cathedral window quilt.

Katie B. said...

Ooh, I could definitely use some new scissors! My dream project is probably a king-size quilt for our bed. It's just so daunting!

Jingle said...

I would love to make a quilt! It's WAY beyond my skill level, but it is a dream! jinglesells at gmail dot com

Linda said...

My dream project would be to knit a sweater for myself that fit correctly. I'll keep trying! Thanks for the chance to win.

Stephanie Granite said...

my dream project is a quilt for my bed. I'm always making things for other people and have yet to make myself a quilt that I really love. Thanks for the giveaway, I could really make good use out of a new pair of scissors

Stephanie Granite said...

my dream project is a quilt for my bed. I'm always making things for other people and have yet to make myself a quilt that I really love. Thanks for the giveaway, I could really make good use out of a new pair of scissors

deede said...

My dream project is to design a craft room for my home using my favorite colors--turquoise and red, with a little white thrown it for good measure!

Thanks for the great giveaway; I'd love these scissors!

lorraine said...

a wedding dress..ive always been fascinated by people that make them and how much work goes into it :) raineoc@yahoo.com

lorraine said...

following :) raineoc@yahoo.com

christinaree said...

my dream project at this point would be a queen size quilt!

Crunchy Con Mommy said...

My dream project is an amazing dress that fits me perfectly. I'm short and curvy and they don't really make clothes for people shaped like Pam Anderson (yay for the figure of a nursing mama, lol) but only 5'2", lol, especially not inexpensive, modest, but stylish ones!

Jamie P said...

I am a follower!! Love, love, love checking daily with Samantha what you have done!!!

Jamie P said...

My dream project would be an entire quilt of one of the many beautiful blocks you have made. Other than baby stuff I have never finished a full size quilt and would love to complete one for my bed.

Alison said...

My dream project is an all applique quilt.

captainsharmie said...

my dream project is a self-designed Doctor Who themed TARDIS quilt, complete with 'POLICE PUBLIC CALL BOX' along the top, lots of space and star themed fabric, and a backing that referenced each of the 11 doctors (or my top 3 companions, Martha Rose and Donna). I've thought a lot about this, but it'll be a while before I can make it happen!

my email is supersharmie at gmail dot com

Heidi [Grizz-n-Dove] said...

To be honest, I don't have a dream project at the moment. I just want to keep sewing gifts and quilts and maybe some clothes. Sure, I have a list of things I want to get done, but I wouldn't call any of them "dream projects." They are just simple projects/quilts that I know exactly who I'll give it to or exactly where I'll put it in the house... At the moment, I just want to quilt the three tops I have lying in the spare room (two are gifts and one is for me!). Thanks for the giveaway!

Stephanie said...

This is my dream project:
http://sewkindofwonderful.blogspot.com/2012/05/urban-nine-patch-quilt.html

It is one of the most beautiful quilts I have EVER seen. And the detailed quilting - so cool!

Thanks for a chance to win!

thehappycrochetchic said...

i would love to make a quilt for my queen sz bed.!

Melinda said...

My dream project is to finish my red and white hexie quilt. You can see the center of it on my header here.
http://tildastwistedlife.blogspot.com/
By the way, that center is about 3 feet wide!

Catskill Quilter said...

I would love to make one of Kim McLean's quilt designs -- maybe Flower Pot. Gorgeous!

Catskill Quilter said...

I am a new follower!

Shirley said...

My dream project would be something that would use up all of my fabrics so I wouldn't feel guilty for having them for so long.

Richard Healey said...

I want a few quilts that I made to use on the bed need a thick winter one and a light thin summer one.

http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

Richard Healey said...

I also follow your blog

http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

Tiffany said...

I think I would love to make some kind of color wheel quilt someday.

Sis-O said...

That BOM from Quilt Show is impressive. I would like to actually do the Farmers Wife quilt.

Genevieve P said...

I'd like to make a big quilt--any pattern! I've only gotten up the courage to start baby/lap quilts. And I really want to learn to knit and knit myself a sweater and shawl.

Linda said...

HAPPY FOLLOWING YOU VIA BLOG LOVIN'!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

Tina said...

My current dream project is not sewing related: I really want to knit up a fall sweater-jacket for myself. There's one on Ravelry that has a lovely vine and leaf boarder that I've been eyeballing for years... it may be time to take the plunge!

tina_crossgrove(at)hotmail(dot)com

Linda said...

HELLO! MY DREAM PROJECT WOULD BE TO MAKE A BED SIZE QUILT! I'VE MADE MANY CRIB SIZE FOR CHARITY AND WALLHANGINGS,POTHOLDERS,PLACEMATS, TOYS.ETC,BUT HAVEN'T GOT THE COURAGE TO DO A LARGER PROJECT ON MY HOME SEWING MACHINE. THANK YOU FOR A NEAT GIVEAWAY! LOVE THE PINK+WHITE BLOCK YOU MADE!

msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

Shayla Sharp said...

Thanks for the links to those quilts--I think my list just got longer! I've always wanted to make a hand tailored suit--but I usually get distracted with pretty quilts!

jomaj said...

I'm with you on the tree quilt - I have looked at it for ages and even started collecting fabric. I just need to DO IT!
Jo

♥Duff said...

My dream project is pies and tarts--oh, in silks of course!

Phone Home Designs by ET said...

My dream project is either a Dove in the Window quilt or a Bear Paw. Both are so time consuming so I've been putting them off... :)

Bobbie said...

watercolor kalidescope (spelled wrong) quilt is one Ive dreamt of for ages!

pbs.seams said...

A queen size quilt for my bed, I've only been making wall hangings or lap quilts.

kluckingbear said...

There's a Japanese inspired quilt that falling leaves against a white silk background that I WILL make someday! Thanks!

atabanana29 said...

My dream project is just one I can finish! mjalfano19@gmail.com

kluckingbear said...

I'm a follower!

Deb said...

Probably a Dear Jane - all that applique makes me balk.

Becky said...

My dream project is a double wedding ring. I've never done curved piecing so this could be a challenge, but something to dream about:)

Tamie said...

My dream project is probably a New York Beauty but there are several on my "bucket list". Thanks for participating in Giveaway Day.

Tamie said...

I'm a new follower.

Marcia W. said...

My dream project - a Ricky Tims style quilt where I (learn) beautifully FMQ quilt the project myself. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

Jennifer Ladd said...

My dream project is to make myself a dress. I never have time to sew for myself, so I would love to make time for it someday!

Jennifer
jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

Jennifer Ladd said...

I am a new follower.

jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

Sue said...

I would love to make a full size quilt. So far I have only made toddler and doll quilts. I have done larger ones but have only tied them, no quilting involved. Since I have my new machine, now I would like to do it the quilting way!

Sue said...

I am now a follower. Thanks for the great giveaway !

Gene Black said...

My dream project is a quilt with all the blocks embroidered with classic designs in "redwork" but with each block in a different color.

Kimberly said...

My dream project would be a queen sized quilt, not sure of the pattern, but the quilting would be hand stiched. I hate hand sewing, I lack the patience. I love how it looks though. Some day. Thank you for the giveaway, the scissors look very useful!

Brooke said...

My dream project would be a dress for me that actually looks nice! I have yet to figure out how to do all the adjustments to make a pattern look "just right" for me. :P
brooke at richardchurch dot com

Lydia Yocum said...

that beautiful tree pattern!
Thanks for the great giveaway!

rebekah said...

I would love to make a king size quilt for my husband and my bed.

rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

rebekah said...

I subscribe.

rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

Nancy@OwensOlivia said...

My dream project would be organizing and de-cluttering my home. Not sewing, I know, but still a dream. :)

Thanks for the giveaway! I really could use an extra pair of scissors!

owensolivia@hotmail.com

Karin said...

I'd love to make a queen sized quilt for our bed someday.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

You know; right now my dream project is that tree quilt on your page right now...I simply love that!!

rads said...

i love that tree.. hopefully someday

Kathy H said...

Someday I would like to make a tree of life quilt. It is totally hand appliqué and has so many leaves.

Kathy H said...

I am a follower.

Ali M said...

I'll keep my fingers crossed, my shorter Wiss scissors just gave up the ghost a few days ago. For me, the quilt I want to tackle but don't know if I'll ever have the nerve is this Dear Jane one here http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-7CAzOr_wqA4/TYGeMtqGH0I/AAAAAAAAB4w/XIz226sBjEU/s1600/DJ1.jpg after seeing this particular version at Green Fairy Quilts

marci sinfisi said...

my dream is a huge king size quilt!!!
thank you

Amy said...

Like so many others, my dream project would be to make a quilt for our King-sized bed... something that could be handed down through our family, maybe.

jellybean said...

My Dream project is to firstly have the piece and quiet to do it and it would either be a cathederal window or very flowery applique detailed and hand done

Trish said...

My dream is a Liberty quilt

Cherise said...

My dream project is a huge awesome quilt for my bed! :)

Karen said...

My dream project would be an intricately quilted whole cloth quilt. Machine quilted.

Karen said...

I am a follower.

Lisa Cox said...

My dream project is to do the Generals' Wives Civil War quilt in batiks. I saw one at a quilt shop and it was gorgeous!

Lisa Cox said...

I am a follower

Joyce said...

I would like to make a snowball quilt.

Joyce said...

I am new follower

Vicki said...

My dream project is a larger new sewing/craft space with a wall of open shelves for fabric, a huge ironing board and a wall of windows to a garden.

Kathy said...

I'd love to make a quilt with batiks.
winterwrens at gmail dot com

Kathy said...

I'd love to make a quilt with batiks.
winterwrens at gmail dot com

Lindsey@HappierThanABirdQuilts said...

Have you seen the Mothers and Daughters applique quilt? I would love to do that one!

Bonnie58 said...

My dream project is a hand appliqued quilt for my daughter. I already plan on it taking years to complete.....

Mom C said...

I am in charge of Eagle Courts of Honor for our church. I would really like to make an eagle quilt and/or wall hanging to dress up the cultural hall. And I need to get going on it because I've already had this position for a year. I have other dreams but that's one I'd really like to do soon.

Jen said...

My dream project is an applique project like what I've seen on Glorious Applique by Kim D. Definitely a "someday" project! Thanks for the chance to win!

Judith said...

I'd really like to make the Oh! Frannson Tokyo Subway quilt. What are the chances that I could get all of those little pieces to line up?

chibidani said...

My dream project is a full head-to-toe Steampunk costume, with a corset, short-in-front and long-in-back skirt and spats to go over a nice pair of 1890's heeled boots. Oh, and some nice lace fingerless gloves.

Flower Bubbles said...

My dream project is to design my own patterns. And to make my husband a quilt.

Thanks for the chance to win!

flowerbubbleskids(at)gmail(dot)com

Jenniffier Kramer said...

Oh goodness. A purse... I have two patterns and everything for them, but starting is scaring me to death, just because it is something new.

Louisa said...

Oh easy - Maggie Walker Blue Collection quilt. That's going to be my heirloom quilt... one day.

lemony lucy said...

I've wanted to try my hands at the Summer Sampler Series by Fresh Lemons Quilts. I think they are so pretty and would be a challenge.

April in Autumn said...

My dream project is to knit a full sized blanket. Yeah, it shouldn't be *that* hard, but anything bigger than a scarf and I get cold sweats.

aprilly (at) g mail (dot) com

Janet said...

I want to make a double wedding ring quilt. Major project though.

Tanya said...

My dream project is to finish one, just started to sew.

Jasmine1485 said...

My dream project is a huge patchwork bedspread with all different colours and patterns :)

kate1485 at hotmail.com

Jessica Helen said...

my dream project right now is a menswear patchwork lap quilt for my hubby for his birthday

Njeri said...

A wedding dress, entirely sewn by me.

Danielle said...

I was going to say a quiltthen I saw Njeri's comment and thought, 'That would be amazing'. So I'm stealing her answer; I would love to make my own wedding dress. Thank you for the giveaway!

Mhairi said...

If you love Kelli Wulfsohn patterns I would suggest looking for older Homespun Magazines on Ebay or Etsy. Check her blog for the ones you need. The patterns are very clear in them and I love them too.
I also love the Kookaburra Cottage (http://kookaburracottagequilts.com.au/store/Default.asp) range of BOM, Smee Designs (http://smeedesigns.com/) and Kids Quilts (http://www.kidsquilts.com/) out of New Zealand for their range of lovely quilts and quilting projects.

Cheryl Gomez said...

I would like to do a farmers wife quilt, but I have too many other quilts going on right now.

Binks said...

I just want to make a Swoon quilt some day...

Tamara said...

I have a bunch of blocks from my great aunt's mother that I would like to do something with someday.

Sheila said...

I have a long list of projects I would like to make but at the top of that list would be the farmers wife quilt , it would be a great way to use up some of those scraps. Thanks for the chance.

Georgia said...

I want to try making a quilt! A big one for my bed. :)
peachstateme(at)hotmail(dot)com

Heather said...

A Double Wedding Ring Quilt!

shelly said...

My dream project would be a Farmer's Wife quilt. Since I'm still a novice quilter, it's a big dream!

Ana e os Viraventos said...

At the moment, sewing a top for me!
anaeosviraventos(at)gmail(dot)com

dakewlone said...

The tree is fabulous! I'm only sewing quilts with straight lines at the moment, so that would be a dream!

CMG said...

I'd love to make a nice quilt/bedspread for myself.

Libby said...

My dream project is a queen size of Dresden plate.

Carmen Nuland said...

My dream project would be to make a hand-quilted, 4" square quilt.

Rookie said...

My dream project would be a family quilt. I am so scared to make quilts, but this SMS giveaway has me all inspired. I think I will start small with a pillowcase and work my way up.

Thank you for a great prize and the chance to win it.

Marilize
marilize (dot) paulsen (at) gmail (dot) com

Melissa said...

To actually make a quilt, which is a goal for me this year. Thanks for doing this giveaway! :)

Anonymous said...

thanks for the giveaway-- i hope to one day make a quilt for my bed(hopefully in purples and pinks)
tincupkierstead(at)gmail(dot)com

Sangeetha said...

my dream project would be to finish my quilt from some years ago

Yuan Mei said...
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Kris said...

I'd like to make that tree quilt you have shown on your page. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mary said...

I love that tree quilt design... but my dream project right now is much more manageable, a flying geese baby quilt for my expected baby girl.

smile_a_bit at yahoo

Alli said...

My dream project is to make a dress that fits and is comfy! :> Thanks for the chance to win!

Robyn said...

I would love to make a quilt for my king sized bed. Thanks for the giveaway.

robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

Bossymamma said...

I would like to make one of those white quilts where it is the quilting that is the most important part [I can't remember the name of them!]

Maureen Hayes said...

I would REALLY like to win these scissors because I am just starting out with quilting and sewing and I need a good pair of scissors dedicated to fabric use only. However, my answer isn't very exciting because I am a newbie. . . right now I would be thrilled to complete a lap quilt for my mom. I know that probably doesn't give you much inspiration because you are so advanced, but it is my truth.

Thanks for the chance to win!

Maureen Hayes said...

I follow you via GFC as Maureen H. thank you for the additional entry!

Jennifer said...

My dream project would be to make a quilt out of my own designed fabric.

Thanks.

Victoria said...

My dream project would be a new wardrobe that I stitched and designed just for myslf.

Heather said...

My dream project is a Queen size Christmas quilt. I picture a log cabin design with lots of red and green fabric.
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Judy H in NC said...

Actually any quilt that I can sit down and finish without having to stop and put up and get back out again.

Judy H in NC said...

Actually any quilt that I can sit down and finish without having to stop and put up and get back out again.

Diann said...

I realize my dream project is a quilt to be a wedding gift for my son and his fiance who recently became engaged. The same for my other children when they marry. So I guess it's time to get started. I will let them have as much say as they would like in colors, patterns, fabric.

woorishopp said...

I want to be able to make my own gorgeous prom or wedding dress...I'm actually planning on making my own prom dress so I guess the dream project is the wedding dress! I really need some fabric shears because I just use a regular pair of scissor! Teehee Thanks so much for the post ^^

Krista said...

Lattice quilt with Moda's Summer Breeze II for my best friend's birthday!