Friday, March 18, 2016

Pattern Give-Away!

Anyone interested in adopting an Amish With A Twist pattern?
Cynthia over at Quilting is More Fun than Housework  is hosting her  Quilty Orphan Adoption Event once again for those WIP that we have lost our motivation to finish or in my case, even start! 
Quilting is more fun than Housework
Yep! As we watched the finale of Bachelor this week (And....next week a new season of Dancing With the Stars begins....I can't wait!!!! I love Monday night TV!!) Anywaysss....I have had this kit of fabric for three years!!! After some thought, with all the time this quilt would take, I've decided to repurpose the fabric and put the pattern up for adoption. 

I now have all this fabric to add to my stash...it felt like I was shopping at home!

This Give-Away is now closed. The winner was announced here.
Thanks Cynthia for the extra motivation to do some "spring cleaning". 
I'll ship these free to anywhere in the United States (So sorry to my oversea friends.)
Just leave me a comment if you are interested and I will select the winner using the random selector on Tuesday March 22nd and announce it here on the blog and notify ya by email.
And, hey, if you are looking for some new projects and/or have a WIP you've just lost your inspiration to finish, stop by Cynthia's and check our her event!

Val's Quilting Studio

11 comments:

  1. I love this pattern, and would like to make it with AMB solids, so it's a good thing you're keeping the kit fabric! ;) By the way, I am amped for the new season of DWTS, too!

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  2. Thanks for participating! I am sure someone will love to spend the time to make this quilt. And you get to use all those solids in something you enjoy more!

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  3. I would love these patterns for a friend who is just getting into quilting-allot of them look pretty simple-she is just learning how to sew too I should do this too-thanks

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  4. I'd love to adopt the pattern and donate it to my quilting group as they are just starting out and equipping a room. Karen

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  5. No doubt I would be interested. Looks like a great pattern.

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  6. Solid fabrics and a pattern! How very nice. I definitely can find a use for them.

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    1. Sorry....not the fabrics....just the pattern.

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  7. I live in a Amish county and would love the pattern to make an Amish quilt with a spin on it. Thanks

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  8. I wold love to adopt your pattern. Thank you for the opportunity.
    Shelia. stitchedfromtheheart@yahoo.com

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  9. Would Love the pattern to try. Love bright quilts
    sewspeciallady@yahoo.com

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I have to admit, your comments make me smile! Thanks for sharing and for letting me know you stopped by. I Hope your day is awesome!

Val:)

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