Thursday, August 9, 2012

Book Review and Giveaway....

First off, thank you so much for all the love on my last post about my book coming out next year - you all make me feel so loved! I really can't tell you how much it means to have the support from all of you. 

Speaking of books... have you met Angela? I am sure you have since she is excellent at free motion quilting. Well, she has a book out and one coming out soon and it is all about free motion quilting.  As you know, free motion quilting is how I roll so this book is a happy addition to my quilting library.


I am happy to share this great book with you, Angela has been a great friend. We met back in 2011 at the Salt Lake Quilt Market - it was so awesome talking with her, especially since I had been happily following her blog for a while.  


I love that I have a signed copy!  


This book is absolutely full of awesome ways to quilt and I love her concentric circles the best.  Whenever I have seen a quilt with awesome quilting and this stitch, I have immediately known that it was Angela's quilt job.  This is going to be the first stitch I try out when I have one of my quilts on the racks.  


Another thing that I love about this book is the close ups of the quilting.  You really get a feel for what the stitch looks like and how you need to quilt it.  


The modern quilts in this book are all so fun.  I have had a great time reading through this book and I know you will enjoy reading it as much as I have.  So, do you want to win a copy?  Well, Angela has graciously allowed me to give away a copy of her book to one of my readers - pretty sure she will sign it too.  What do you need to do to win?  Check out the 7 new fabric lines that have come into our shop, then come back and leave a comment telling me your favorite new line.  Only one comment please!  

Good luck!

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Gill said...

Great giveaway!
I'm looking forward to 'Odds and Ends'

Vicki said...

I love the pictured collection called Sea Scapes... blues and greens are my favorite! Thanks for the chance to win, I love FMQ on my long arm also!

Erin and Daniel Palmer said...

Collections Warmth is one of my favorites but I really like all of them. Looking forward to seeing the free motion quilting book, I hope I win:) eatkin85@yahoo.com

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RSHudson said...

Gypsy Girl looks fun; thanks for chance! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

pkrueger said...

Share the joy looks like a really cute Christmas line. And this new quilt book looks fantastic. THanks for the chance to have it.

Joan said...

I love Gypsy Girl. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Gypsy Girl.Obrigada pela chance.

thedoridog said...

I like Share the Joy! Thanks for the chance to win!

Meredith said...

I love the Ladies Stitching Club line! Looks like a great book and congratulations on your book too.

Felicia said...

Everlastings! Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary said...

That was a hard choice. I'm picking Odds and Ends with Everlastings coming in a close second. Thanks for a chance to win! The book looks wonderful.

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Kate said...

oh, that looks like a great book... thanks to you and Angela... My favorite line is Gypsy Girl... I'd like to be a gypsy girl today and run away with the circus.

Janine said...

I love the Odds& Ends fabrics! Would love a chance to win this book!

wyldfyre63(at)aol(dot)com

Anne said...

My tastes lean towards the muddy, so I like the everlastings or the cinnamon spice. I know that's two, but it's hard to pick just one!

You have high praise for the new book. I'm going to check out the web link. If I don't win your giveaway, I might just have to buy it myself. It looks like it is chock-full of ideas of how to fill open spaces. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sharmond said...

First of all congrats on your book coming out next year, can't wait! I would love to have a copy of Angela Walters' book. I love seeing all her beautiful designs, and hopefully learning to do some myself. Hard to choose a favorite line, but I do love Gypsy Girl!

mngirltx said...

Odds and Ends, I think! The book looks fabulous.

Sinta Renee said...

If there was ever a book I was in need of, this would be it! Odds and Ends by Cosmo Cricket looks like a fun fabric line! I love the colors in it! I am waiting patiently for Marmalade though:)

West Michigan Quilter said...

I like Odds & Ends. Actually, I like a lot of them, just can't remember the names right now. I'd love to have this book and thank you for the opportunity to win. Congratulations on your book too. I look forward to hearing more about it.

Jacqueline said...

I love the Chateau Rouge.. thanks for a chance at the book from Angela.

jleibfried@aol.com

Peggyinno said...

I love Angela's book and thanks for a chance to win!!
The new fabric lines are great, but my heart is ALWAYS with Batiks!! So the Kapalua Batiks get my vote!
BTW, can't wait for your book to come out!

Valerie Z said...

So looking forward to having your new book in my library when it comes out! Angela's book looks just wonderful and a great way to learn free motion quilting. You two are incredible quilters! Collections Warmth is my favorite and perfect for the Grandmothers Choice block of the week starting in September with Barbara Brackman! Thank you for a chance to win!

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

That sure was easy :)

The Kapalua Batiks are beautiful...and they are my favorite.

Thanks for the chance...looks like a great book.

Smiles,
Kelly

Linda said...

HI! SUCH A NEAT GIVEAWAY!
I'D CHOOSE "CINNAMON SPICE"!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

marie said...

French General is a winner in my book.

Michelle said...

My first choice is Gypsy Girl and Kapalua Batiks is my second choice. Thanks for the chance to win Angela's book! Can't wait until your book comes out too!

Julee said...

My choice is Chateau Rouge fabric line. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Robyn said...

The book looks amazing, my pick is 'odds and ends' Thanks for the chance to win the book

Courtneysews said...

I love Odds & Ends too!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

Carol McKinney said...

I'm really drawn to Share the Joy! Thanks for a chance to win this great book. By the way, has anyone else else noticed that you and Angela look like sisters? With your pictures side by side on my iPad I couldn't help but see that!

Miss Jean said...

I love Windsor Lane but then again, anything by French General is tops in my book!

LizA. said...

I'm on a batik kick right now so it would have to be Kapalua Batiks. I've been seeing Angela's book all over blog land and can't wait to actually check it out.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Odds and Ends is calling to me. Thanks for the chance to win Angels' book. Can't wait for your to come out.

Becky in VA said...

Everlastings got my attention right away! Thanks for the chance to win Angela's book. Congratulations, again, on your big book deal!

regan said...

Gypsy Girl is so darned sweet! I love it! Thanks for the chance at her book.....looks amazing! Can't wait to see yours! :o)

Lindsay Conner said...

Gypsy girl is a fave!

Jodie said...

That book has been on my wish list!

As for my favorite...Gypsy Girl or Odds and Ends. Like them both!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

That book looks fabulous! Love the close-up shots of the quilting too. Odds & Ends would be my pick for favorite...the dots and the words are too fun!

MGM

KVatt said...

It's got to be Gypsy Girl! Thanks!

Grandma M said...

Congratulations on your book deal.

My choice of fabric is Harvest Moon. Thanks for the great give away.

jofridsquilt said...

My favorite is the Odds& Ends. Thanks for the chanse to win. Hugs Jofrid

DianeY said...

Love the colors in the Ladies Stitching Club!

Unknown said...

Love Harvest Moon! Thanks for the chance to win! Laura (ljdelea@yahoo.com)

Lisa Marie said...

My favorite is Kapalua Batiks but Gypsy Girl is a close second. I would so love to have this book. I need new ideas and guidance to expand my free motion capabilities. Thanks for the chance!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Love all the dots in Odds and Ends! Looks like a wonderful book full of inspiration!~ thanks for the chance!

Melissa said...

I like the batiks the best! So bright and fun!

I just expanded my FMQ repertoire to include pebble quilting - it's been a tedious experience. Maybe I just need a book with good advice in it :)

B Greene said...

I love Odds and Ends - I think it would make some wonderful bags, tote and journal covers! Thanks for the chance to wi and the book review!

twodraftmom said...

Love her quilting! The book looks wonderful.. I like Kapalua Batiks. Claire

Chay said...

Great giveaway, I've seen this book online and would love it. Odds and Ends would be my fabric choice, I love dots!
Thanks!
achay23(at)msn(dot)com

marth225 said...

I would love to have a new book on FMQ. I need all the help I can get

Susan said...

I love the Kapalua Batiks! Thanks for the giveaway!

dianne said...

oooo!!! ladies stitching club, fer shur!

lynaeve said...

Its hard to say but this one I think http://greenfairyquilts.com/catalog.php?category=124

More Than A Mom said...

I am taking a Craftsy course with Angela on free-motion quilting and it's amazing. I'd love to have her book to go along with my new-found knowledge of the course.

I love all of the new fabrics but Chateau Rouge is standing out to me.

Melissa said...

I love batiks - so it has to be Kapalua Batiks. And it's fun to say "Kapalua".

Christine said...

Kapalua batiks all the way! Love em and love your blog! Thanks for the chance to win!

brooke said...

I love Gypsy Girl!

brookeali(at)hotmail.com

drmithome said...

I have to say Odds and Ends.

Beth said...

Gypsy girl looks beautiful!

heartsease54 said...

Looks like I'm not alone in loving Gypsy Girl!

The Michelle Show said...

How awesome of her (and you) for sharing! Windsor lane is so my style right now.. love it!

Allison C said...

I like the Ladies Stitching Club!

JudyBL said...

I would have to pick Holly Jolly - I just love Christmas fabric and this looks very bright and festive!
Thanks for the book giveaway - looks great!

Quilting Babcia said...

I'm loving the warmth and old-fashioned look of Everlastings. Thanks!

Carol said...

Ladies Stitching Club. quirky and fun!

Jeannette said...

Chateau Rouge would be my favorite, and this book is on my wish list after I saw a video with Angela demonstrating her quilting techniques.

Joyce said...

Gypsy Girl!!! would be my choice. The great color would be great to work with during the dull days of winter.

Janet O. said...

Choose one favorite? How do you do that? I love Collections Warmth, Harvest Moon, Everlastings, and Cinnamon Spice--maybe in that order. : )
I have been seeing a lot about this new book lately, and as a newbie FMQuilter I'm sure it would be a welcome addition to my library!

Angelica O'Connor said...

Love, love, love GYPSY GIRL! Love the fun bright vibrant colors. I will definitely have to get a bundle. The pictures you posted from Angela's book look amazing. Also, I am looking forward to seeing your book. Your free motion quilting video was great. So motivating and fun! You definitely have a gift. Thanks!

Cindy said...

That Kapalua Batiks line is gorgeous!

Mommarock said...

It is really hard. You just wanna break apart those bundles and see the prints on the fabric better. One just cannot get enough of fabric ya know! I would have to choose Gypsy Girl though.

thecalicocorner said...

Share the Joy looks like it would make fun holiday projects for the grandchildren!!! Thanks for the chance to win Angela's book & looking forward to seeing yours!!

Pirate said...

oh definitely Gypsy Girl! Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful book!

corina said...

Love the collection "Everlastings". The book looks very interesting. Finally a FMQ quilting book that actually shows the stitching!

Becky said...

'Warmth' by Howard Macrus, but I think I could handle sewing with any or all of them :) The Christmas fabrics are super cute, although I always have a hard time thinking about the holidays when it's still summertime.

Wendy said...

This was hard to choose just one but Gypsy Girl is my choice.

Terri in BC said...

I working on a Bali Wedding Ring, so the batiks would be perfect, but I'm really drawn to Gypsy Girl! thanks for the opportunity!

Colleen said...

Oo Gypsy girl!

DebrafromMD said...

i love Share the Joy.

Andee said...

Gypsy Girl!~ Thanks for the chance.

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

all the new fabrics are gorgeous but my favorite line is the Ladies Stitching Club.
Thanks for the chance to win, this book looks like a must have.

Joyce said...

Ladies Stitching Club, though all are beautiful! Would love to win the book, too.

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Kira said...

Cinnamon Spice and Odds n Ends are my favorite schemes. Subtle yet sure.

karenbelle84 said...

I love harvest moon fabrics. I'm definitely a fall girl. Thanks for the give-away!

JoyceT said...

I know I would be a better machine quilter if I had this book... and practiced!

justacraftymom said...

I love a lot of them, but odds and ends is the clear winner for me!

Barb and Sharon said...

If I had to pick a collection for my sister it would be Share the Joy but for me personally I would pick Gypsy Girl. Thanks for the chance to win a book by one of my favorite long arm quilters given out by my other favorite long arm quilter! (does that make sende?) Good luck with your book.
Barb@Witsend

Tiffany said...

Gypsy Girl looks fun! I'm sure Angela's book is AMAZING, and I'm really excited to see yours!

Joni said...

I have to say that my favorite is the Kapalua Batiks, although I did find myself drawn to the snowmen. Who doesn't love a snowman? Would love to win that book. Can't wait for yours to come out as well.

KerryQ said...

I've been waiting for Gypsy Girl, but Odds and Ends looks awesome too. I hadn't seen that collection before.

DuAnne said...

Gypsy Girl is just it! BTW, congrats on your upcoming book! I know it will be fantastic. Thanks for the opportunity to win Angela's book. I bet it is fantastic as well.

Sandy D said...

My pick would be Collections Warmth by Howard Marcus but while looking at the different lines I found one I really love too Phenomenal Fall by Sandy Gervais.I would love this book she is a great Quilter.

Kathy said...

I am always drawn to batiks so Kapalua Batiks would be my favorite!
Angela's quilting is so inspiring and I would love to win her book!

Anna said...

Looks like an awesome book. Everlasting looks pretty nice as well.

Litamora's Quilt & Design said...

Oh! That sneak peek make me want this book!!! I'm a newbie in the longarm quilting world, and it's on top of my wishing list. My favorite fabric line in your shop is the Windsor Lane.
Thank you so much for having this exciting giveaway :-)
Hugs,
Laila

Barbie Mills said...

I already have this book, and I really like it. It's got good information in it and is very useful, and has inspiring ways to use different designs. I just wanted to say that as popular and talented as Angela is, you are my favorite longarm quilter Judi. I love love love your style and I CAN'T WAIT for your book. I hope I can quilt like you in a few years with lots of practice.

mean sarah jean said...

Oh goodness, i need this book!
my favorite is the ladie's stitching club.

A Handful of Honey said...

I love odds & ends and windsor lane equally! I would really really love to win this book! It looks awesome. Thank you so much

jabeybaby said...

This book looks awesome!
I think gypsy girl looks like an amazing line!

DIANA said...

chateau rouge looks great thinking of a red and cream quilt i have several free motion books would love to add this one and of coarse yours thanks

Amy said...

Odds and Ends would be my favorite. Thanks for the giveaway.

Celia said...

I love Share the Joy! Christmas fabrics are my favorite! Great book by Jennifer...can't wait to win it or buy it if I must!

Linda.Nell.Cates@gmail.com said...

I'm loving the Chateau Rouge for a living room quilt, although I love the Gypsy fabric for a quilt for ME. Can't wait for your book and would Love a copy of Angela's! Thanks for all you do to inspire so many.

Desley said...

Everlastings is my favourite. Thanks

Gramma Quilter said...

Kapalua Batiks i love. Cant wait for your book!

Samantha K said...

I love the Everlastings collection! I would really love to get my hands on Angela's book--I could learn so much from it!! Thanks for the giveaway!

Maria said...

I am definitely a "Ladies Stitching Club" girl. I love the bright colours! The book looks even more than great. I would read it over and over again... and quilt a lot!

Jeanie said...

Loved them all but chose Ladies Stitching Club. The book looks great. Thanks so much!

Amy (aka Petunia) said...

Love Odds and Ends! Thanks for the chance! Amy from CO

Mom C said...

I'm thinking Ladies Stitching Club, it looks cheery and comforting. Love them all though. Thanks.

Susan said...

Chateau Rouge is just beautiful! I love the colors!

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

I love Odds & Ends! And I could really, really, use this book!! ( although I am excited to get yours when it comes out...this would tide me over !!)
Thanks!

Karen said...

Odds and Ends is wonderful! And this book looks like a must have!

krisgray said...

Been reading lots of good things about this book - thanks for the chance! The Kapalua batiks are still my fave but Cinnamon Spice is cute, too.

Jane said...

Love the Ladies Stitching Club, thanks for your great giveaways and inspiration!

Colleen said...

That "Gypsy Girl" is really neat.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Delores said...

I like 'Odds and Ends'!

Would love to win Angela's book - thanks for the chance.

Christine said...

I am so over the moon for you about your book being pub
Is he'd and I am sure there will be many more.
I admire your art of quilting and wished was only 50% as good as you, maybe one day and maybe the chance of winning the book will help me. Love the look of it.
Thank you for the chance.
Christine. Down under

hueisei said...

Gypsy Girl is my choice! :)

ritainalaska said...

nice to look forward to your book coming out next year! congrats on that! looking through those 7 new collections, i was tickled to see Moda Fat Quarter Bundle - Kapalua Batiks by Moda! they're beautiful! i think i may have to try these for my applique. thanx for the opportunity to win a copy of angela's book. i'm facinated with a couple of the quilts.

Jennie P. said...

I really love Windsor Lane. And thank you for this chance, I'd love to get a copy of her book!

Mrs A said...

What a great looking book, I love to quilt in loops and circles which is gradually getting better, so would love this! I like a couple of the fabric lines, I think Ladies Stitching club would make a very bright quilt and gypsy girl is cute! Thanks!

Mrs A said...

What a great looking book, I love to quilt in loops and circles which is gradually getting better, so would love this! I like a couple of the fabric lines, I think Ladies Stitching club would make a very bright quilt and gypsy girl is cute! Thanks!

Barbara B said...

Kapalua batiks, love them! I would love to have that book--thanks for the chance!

Carrie Siegfried said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I'm scared of FMQ and I saw some of the up close photos and that she shows you step by step how to do it. My favorite new line is Holly Jolly. I need to make a new tree skirt for Christmas.

Christine M said...

What a lovely looking book. It's hard to pick just one favourite but I'll say Odds and Ends. Thanks for the chance.

Andi said...

A girl can never have too many batiks, so Kapalua batiks for me! Thanks for the contest and congrats on the book deal.

JeniceD said...

I really like "Gypsy Girl". I see some in my near future. :D

Adele said...

Gypsy Girl looks so fresh and cute. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome book.

cherylj said...

I love Windsor Lane the best.

Mindelicious said...

I think gypsy girl looks fine and girly! I'd love to win this book, seems like everyone has been talking about it lately.

barbthequilter said...

I love the Kapalua Batiks!! I would also love to have a copy of the book. It is on my to buy list.

scottylover said...

It's hard to pick just one, but I love anything by Anne Sutton, so it would have to be Windsor Lane for me!

Sandy A

Emily said...

I think I like Odds & Ends the best

Maureen said...

Oh my goodness, they're all so fabulous! I have to say, though, Cinnamon Spice is my favourite. I love Blackbird designs! Thanks so much for a chance to win this book.
Maureen

Kylie Carlson said...

Thank you for the lovely giveaway! Gypsy Girl is my favorite, probably because I'm working on quilts for teenage girls right now!

Wendy said...

Oooooh, Ladies Stitching Club gets my vote - just lovely! Thanks for the chance to win a copy of this book!!!

caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

JustPam said...

I am in the beginning stages of thinking about making a baby quilt and Windsor Lane's soft colors would be beautiful in one.

janice said...

Cinnamon Spice is my favorite. I love that color combination.

Lynn said...

Hard choice, but I'm going with Gypsy Girl. Thanks for the chance!

Cecilia said...

I like Odds and Ends. Thanks for the chance to win.

Heritage Keepsakes said...

Oooh, Gypsy Girl is so delicious. It has to be my favorite for the beautiful designs and gorgeous colors. Thanks Judy too, for the chance to win.

Sarah Craig said...

I like Odds and Ends, Kapalua Batiks, Gypsy Girl, Chateau Rouge - oh heck, you can't really expect me to pick just one, can you? I'd love to get my hands on a copy of this book - just to keep me busy until yours comes out!! Thanks for the chance!!

Eliana Zerbinatti... said...

Cinnamom Spice is my favorite. I'll be waiting anxiously for your book.

Janet said...

Holly Jolly looks awesome cute! Thanks for a great giveaway.

paulette said...

This book looks awesome! And man do I need help in FMQ!! Thanks for the chance to win a copy!
Paulette

Sarah said...

Love the dots in Odds and Ends

Lucretia said...

I like the share the joy!

Leeanne said...

Oh.....looks like a yummy book! I'm off to the blog now!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Looks like a great book to add to my collection. Thanks for the chance!
Karen in Breezy Point

Marcia W. said...

Angela's quilting is great so would love to read this book.
Odds & Ends, Cinnamon Spice, and Kapalua Batiks are pretty collections.

Linda R. said...

I love the colors of Ladies Stitching Club. I am a new at fmq but have heard about this book and would LOVE to win a copy!!

Karen said...

I'm still enthralled with Fig Tree Quilts California Girl line!! I look forward to her next release but love all that she does!

Haley said...

I'm loving Odds and Ends. Looks like a very interesting book.

Miriam Carlson said...

Harvest Moon! Feels like a fall nite already.

Carrie P. said...

Windsor Lane is my pick. I love those pastels. thanks for a chance to win your giveaway. I did Angela's challenge on sewcalgal. It was fun.

Candace said...

Gypsy Girl!!

Anne said...

I have been eyeing that book but since I've never tried free motion quilting it seems like it might be a bit advanced for me! With that said, I secretly want a copy, I just feel like the apprentice who wants to sneak a peek at the master's trade books! lol

I am SO enamored with the Odds & Ends! I'm excited to see it in your shop. :D

Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

Mama Masek said...

I must say Everlastings!!! Love it!

The book looks great, I really appreciate book reviews so many, many thanks!

Looking forward to your book as well!

Dawn said...

Very much looking forward to your book but in the meantime would love to have a copy of Angela's book in my collection.
II truly appreciate her work and yours.
My favorite collection is Coquette.
I follow you in my reader and get your newsletter already. :)

Christina said...

It's a toss up between Windsor Lane and Ladies Stitching Club. Lok forward to your book coming out and have had my eye on Angela's.

Tammy said...

I love Gypsy Girl by Lily Ashbury. Amazing florals! Thanks for the giveaway!

Quilting_Chris said...

I love the line, Ladies Stitching Club. I was so happy to read your book deal was picked up, I enjoy seeing your wonderful quilting and all the pictures you share. I thank you for the chance to win Angela's book.

Tanyusha said...

Cinnamon Spice

Mama Pea said...

I think I'm partial to Gypsy Girl. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to see a copy of this book, as I'm really trying to work on my FMQing!

Lynne Tilley said...

Gypsy Girl by Lily Ashbury is so bright and fun! I've always been drawn to more traditional fabrics, but now I'm branching out. (I'm 54 and you tend to get stuck, ya know, like hairstyles, makeup, etc, LOL). :) :) I still have my 1970's hair, and my minimal makeup, and my house is full of "antiques", but Gypsy Girl just sings to me :)

Rachel said...

I am loving the Collections Warmth ... I really enjoy making lap quilts with Americana colors, especially for veterans. Thanks for the awesome chance to win a book that will be a must have in my collection. :)

Sherrywc said...

I like Odds and Ends with Gypsy Girl a close second.

Cory said...

Gypsy Girl is gorgeous. I love the bright happy colors. Thank you for a chance to win Angela's book. I am wanting to increase my FMQ abilities. Take care and God bless, Cory

JaneB said...

For me it has to be Gypsy Girl. I think I need yards of it! Thank you for the giveaway. Angela's quilting always inspires.

mahoo said...

I really like Odds & Ends. Thanks for the chance to win.

Wivi said...

I love the Kapalua Batiks and the Gipsy Girl comes second.
I'll keep my fingers crossed.

modmimi said...

I am very drawn to the Odds and Ends line.
Looking forward to your book!

Busy Quilting said...

I must get myself Angela's books and I really think I need some of those Kapalua Batiks too.

Donna F said...

No doubt I'm in love with Gypsy Girl! Such gorgeous colors!

Sharon said...

I think my favorite is Gypsy Girl. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

Nykie said...

I love the Ladies Stitching Club - bright, funky and right up my alley!!

vanpardoe said...

Love batiks - that would make my favorite the Kapalua Batiks...

Dana Gaffney said...

Gypsy Girl is my favorite, those colors, so great, thank.

Harrysmum said...

I like the ladies stitching club - just lovethos bright colours!

Natalya H said...

I'm liking Windsor Lane :) This is such an awesome book! Thank you for the giveaway!

alf said...

I just love Odds and Ends. Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great book. I need all the help I can get with my fee motion quilting. I check your blog for inspiration all the time. Keep up the great work.

Richard Healey said...

I love batiks and the Kapalua batiks are nice. Thanks for chance to win the book.

Jenny Wren said...

I love blue for Christmas decorations. So "Share The Joy"!

D in Virginia said...

Can''t choose between gypsy girl and ladies seeing. They both speak to me. Diane in Springfield VA

36évi said...

I love red and braun, and my favorite are Chatou rouge and Cinnamon Spice, they are very colourfull and wonderfull collections, with great patterns.
Thank you for the great giveaway:
Évi Kacsuk from Hungary

Petit Design Co. said...

odds n ends. I can't wait to get my hands on your book!

tjwrites said...

I love the Harvest Moon collection. I can feel Fall in the air and this reminds me of this time of year.

Kasia said...

I really like the odds & ends, the teal is my favorite color so I'm drawn to it automatically.

EM said...

I like Holly Jolly. I am a sucker for cute Christmas.

Amy said...

Chateau Rouge by French General is definitely my new favorite line! Thanks!

kfibers said...

I really like the Harvest Moon collection. After the hot and dry summer we've had a cool crisp feel in the air will be a welcome change.

Kathy Reed said...

REALLY... REALLY... How can anyone choose just one??.. they are all awsome~ The book looks great !
and I'm really excited for yours as well. See, good things come to those who wait :)There was a plan for you !

Laura T said...

I would really love to own a copy of this book!!! Kapalua Batiks is my favorite line and really speaks to me:)
Thanks! LauraT

Beth said...

I like Gypsy Girl. I love a splash of color. Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous book.

Quilt Crazy said...

I love your blog! And I think I'm going to order you Ladies Stitching Club. I hope I win! ;)

Christa Marcotte said...

Chateau rouge is beautiful!

Cjtgma4 said...

I like the Warmth Collection. I think it would make a great. Quilts of Valor quilt..

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