Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Happy New Year Scrap Busting Give Away

Have you heard about the 2012 Sew Scraps Along at Jodi's Pleasant Home blog? Today Jodi is kicking off her month long of giveaways, tutorials, ideas and more and I'm her first guest designer using my tutorial for a Picnic Quilt.
If you are a regular reader you will be familiar with my scrap busting Picnic Quilt tutorial. We used this tutorial for my family quilt retreat last year. If you are a new reader, my free tutorials are on the right sidebar. January is a great time to clean out your scraps and make a quilt for summer.I keep my scraps in a (clean) trash bin under my cutting table. When I have scraps I just throw them in the trash bin and then recycle them in other quilts or give them away.
If you want to participate in the scrap giveaway here or at Jodi's blog, leave a short message and make sure your name and contact info are included.
LinkI've loaded up a scrap bag for giveaway with some very recent and some distant scraps/pieces.
I've even included some of the scraps from my Row by Row PKM quilt.
I'm also including a Japanese Quilt book by Suzuko Koseki with my bundle of scraps. If you are interested in receiving my scrap bag and the book, head over to Jodi's blog for instructions and leave a comment here with this post.

This post will run through the entire week. Saturday January 7 at midnight MDT is the deadline to leave a comment. I will post the winner for the giveaway Monday January 9.

It is a new year people and time to clean things out and use up those scraps and good intentions.

-nanette

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Kerri said...

I would love to participate in your scrap giveaway! I love to see what fabrics other quilters are using and there is nothing happier than a scrappy quilt! Thank you for the chance to win.

Pixie said...

I have a few scrap quilts in my not too distant future. your scraps are prettier than mine tho!

Linda said...

Oh my gosh I WOULD LOVE TO WIN.
My cousin teaches Japanese history
at UBC. I also have a niece teaching in Japan. This is such a coincidence. I JUST SPOKE TO MY COUSIN THAT I HAVE NOT SEEN FOR 50 YEARS. AND NOW THIS GIVEAWAY.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Jody said...

Oh, I'd love to win your scraps! Happy New Year.

Barbara said...

Your scraps are even lovely......would be fun to play.
My favorite quilts are scrappy ones.
Happy New Year Nan.

Barbara said...

Your scraps are even lovely......would be fun to play.
My favorite quilts are scrappy ones.
Happy New Year Nan.

Maxine said...

Your scraps would add a different colorway to my stash. Thanks for this contest.

Cecilia said...

I would love to win your bag of scraps and book. The scraps would add needed variety to my scrap quilt. I am just finishing my first scrap quilt using a pineapple block and it turned out great. Thanks for the giveaway and the pattern for the picinic quilt.

jodi@Pleasant-Home said...

Thanks Nanette for being my first Featured Blogger this month! I will be posting your feature later this morning and can't wait for you to see my picnic quilt top so far! I'm totally in love with it! Good Luck to all the bloggers entering to win your scraps too! ooxx`jodi

Rita E in AZ said...

I have to agree with Pixie - that your scraps are prettier than mine.
I would certainly love to play with them if I win.

West Michigan Quilter said...

Oh, I'm so excited. I love your quilt. I just blogged about the Scrap Sew Along and wondered who the first guest would be. This is going to be so much fun.

Diane N said...

I'd love to win your scraps!

Das Quiltmonster said...

Hello, I'm scrapaholic: I can't throw away any little fizzle fabric.... And I would like to be a winner of your scraps!!
Greetings from Regina

Ann Champion said...

I can't believe you're willing to part with such pretty scraps! They're so cheerful. I'd love to win them. : )

Colleen said...

I love scraps! Other peoples are the best! Thanks for a great giveaway!

MJinMichigan said...

I'd love to win your scraps. In the past couple years I've been using more of the brights like your scraps and would love to add your pieces to my collection. Thanks for the chance to win.

Diane said...

Your scraps are such happy fabrics! I would love to use them in a quilt.

SandyQuilts said...

Oh they are so pretty. I love scrappy quilts, they remind me of my grandmothers. I made several scrappys in 2011. I lived in Japan in the mid-60's, I graduated high school there. I was just a kid so didn't really collect anything ... oh to know what I know now. Thanks for the offer.

Joan said...

Such pretty scraps! Thank you for including me in your giveaway. Happy New Year!

debbie m said...

Your scraps (fabrics) are so different than those sold in the quilt shops close to me. It would be great fun to play in them! Thanks for the chance :0)

Nedra said...

So fun to see you and Jodi working together!
Your scraps are prettier than mine, but skip my name for the drawing. (No room at the inn:)

Tressa said...

You know you have wonderful scraps and I wouldn't mind using some in a spiderweb quilt I am plugging away on whenever I have scraps. Thank you for the chance and thank you for that great picnic quilt tutorial--it is lovely.

Sewcando said...

You bet those scraps of mine gotta go. Thanks for offering your scraps to replace them. :)

Malmbergs said...

Been looking forward to this quilt along with scraps and would love to use some of yours. Thanks!

Miz Karen said...

I would love to win. Scrappy quilts are the best. I always like to see what other people are using as I end up with same colors. Need newness in my quilts.

Ginny Worden said...

Not sure I. need someone else's scraps, but love the idea of busting my own. Thanks for the ideas.

beth said...

What a BEAUTIFUL bag of scraps! Thanks for the chance to win.

Simone de Klerk said...

What a lovely Scraps Sew Along! And what a wonderful giveaway! Now that would make a wonderful win for the New Year.
Btw: Gelukkig Nieuwjaar!!

jen duncan said...

Thanks for the reminder that I loved that scrap busting quilt pattern! I *think* you've inspired me to go out and clean the scrap bin today! We shall see...;-)

Messy Karen said...

i'll bet your scraps are prettier than mine. i love this quilt. and have been cutting my scraps into sizes hoping that i will some day make it. happy scrappy new year!!

Lynn said...

Oh my gosh, I'm having chest pains at the thought of your scraps. Doesn't everyone get heart palpitations at the sight of beloved fabrics?

PamKittyMorning said...

Don't put me on the list, but omg those scraps look delicious! And I happen to know that book is really good too!

sparkle jars said...

I would love, love, love to participate in your scrap give-away. I thoroughly enjoy scrap quilting and you have lovely scrap fabrics.
Happy New Year!

Regina said...

Your scraps are gorgeous and I was just googling Japanese craft books yesterday - so this is timely!!! What a great colorful way to start the new year!

Cheryl said...

I love your choices of fabrics in your quilts. What fun it'd be to win your scraps!

Cheryl said...

You have the prettiest scraps I have ever seen...that quilt so so wonderful. I will opt on on the chance to win them, since my closet is overflowing with my own scraps...although not as pretty as yours!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Being a scrap quilter - anyone's tidbits find a use here. I have 3 projects on the wall right now for the new year - all from scraps. Yours would meld nicely with the bag of 30's waiting for spring inspiration.

JoyceLM said...

Love the tutorial. I saved it when you posted it last year though I haven't made one yet. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jen in NY said...

Wow, I would love to win your extra fabric Nanette! (I can't call it scraps, how about bonus fabric? LOL) Thanks for entering me in your giveaway! xo Jen

VickiT said...

Oh gosh, I'd love to get some of those pretty scraps. Not only for a quilt but, scraps make great little pieces to add to baby things and those pretty scraps have potential for our Granddaughter being born next month. All those pinks and flowers are perfect.
Thank you.

Muddling Through said...

Nanette, your scraps look more interesting than some of my finished projects! And you know I love your picnic quilt. Great post. Happy New Year!

Sallie said...

I love your picnic quilt! Please enter me in your giveaway to receive your scrap bag and book. Thanks!

Tracy said...

I printed out this tutorial when it first appeared. Still have not made it - LOL! Thanks for the chance to win your lovely scraps and happy 2012.

Eliza said...

I just started a scrap quilt yesterday -- I would love more to work with!

(un)Deniably Domestic said...

Wow! This is a fabulous giveaway! Thank you so much. My fingers are crossed...~Kelly

unDeniably Domestic

Martina said...

Love your scrapquilt! Thanks for giving away some scraps!

Cathy Tomm said...

I am working on my scrap piles. It is more fun to play with someone else`s scraps and I love the chance to win. Thanks

Candice said...

scraps AND the book!!! Oh, please,M-E!!!!

Anita in Florida said...

OOOH...scraps, my favorite!!

Becky said...

Jodi sent us over and I am so glad she did! I love the scrappy quilt you made. the directions are very clear even o a novice like me. Thanks for the chance to win too.

Ariane said...

I just love this quilt!! I'm trying to finish one of my scrap projects right now!! I have your tutorial bookmarked for one of my next scrap projects!!! Love it!! I would love to win your scraps!!!

Barb said...

Love your quilt and tutorial, Nanette. Thanks for the chance to win your lovely scraps. Happy New Year!

Liz Horton said...

Thank you for the chance to win!

CuteStuffInside said...

Who couldn't use a few more scraps?!! Plus a book - Hooray!

marshamakes @ hotmail

Sharon said...

I've been collecting scraps for the picnic quilt and would love to win yours! Happy New Year....I enjoy your blog.

Becky said...

Thanks Nanette for sharing your goodies with us! I love adding scraps from other quilters to my projects. I've not looked at any of the Japanese craft books. That would be a treat, too. Take care!

Quilty Conscience said...

Adding others scraps to my own is too fun! Add's just the right spark. I did two scrap quilts with Jody the first of last year. I'm thinking of another two this year. Love your picnic quilt, but my scraps aren't bright enough to yield the same result. Hopefully I'll win some some of your bright scraps. Thank you! Toni

Wivi said...

Lovely scraps. I'm in.

Jane S. said...

What a great tutorial! It is a happy and cheerful picnic quilt.

I'd love to be entered in to win some of your fabric scraps. I don't have many scraps of my own so other people's fabric is pretty exciting!

Bahama Shores Mama said...

As a beginning, self taught (internet) quilter, this project is right up my alley. And I'd love the opportunity to win your scrap bag and book. Thanks!

Kellie said...

I'd love to win your scraps and book! Those scraps, btw, are way prettier than what's in my scrap stash! I've also pinned your picnic quilt--I love it! So simple, yet so gorgeous! I want one!

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

No need to include me in the giveaway -- I just wanted to tell you how gorgeous your scrappy quilt is. And my scraps are jealous of your scraps. :-) Thanks so much for the tutorial.

hueisei said...

I loves scraps!! I keep mine in a bin too :)
Count me in!

Janet said...

Love the Picnic Quilt and the easy instructions. I would love to make it once I get some scraps saved up! Thanks for the chance to win!

Mila@Rimbun said...

I love scraps... I kept all my scraps even with the smallest one. Once in two months I will do a clearance of my scraps by making small things like potholder etc... some of it as gift to family and friends

Jess said...

I love scraps. I think scrap quilts are so beautiful and would love to add more scraps to mine. I can't wait to start a quilt from your tutorial. Thanks so much.

Lee D said...

The more scraps the merrier! I think I will have to do another crumb quilt soon. Just can seem to throw away the wee little bits either. Your picnic quilt is delightful

Lani Padilla said...

Love this scrap quilt!
Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial :)

Would love to win the bag of scraps and the book too :) One can never have too many scraps!

Blessings ...
Lani
www.livelaughquiltcraft.blogspot.com

Sharon said...

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful quilt! Hope I win a bag of scraps...not that I don't have loads of them sitting around :)

Amy said...

I think it would be so much fun to win someone's scraps! Thanks for the chance! That book looks amazing too.

Lisa Cox said...

I just love scraps! I bought a huge bag of scrappy squares at an antique mall last year and have been wondering what to do with them. Now I know. I'll make a picnic quilt!
Thank you!

Dresden Quilter said...

I always love the fabrics you buy and having your scraps would be wonderful.

Gra said...

I will dream about your scraps for the next days!!! I would love to have you share them with me!! LOL
My mail is gmc.bernard@gmail.com

Farmhouse Blessings said...

I just added this little darling to my "must do" for this year! It makes me happy!

Happy New Year!

Kim said...

I LOVE your picnic quilt! I will definitely have to make one! It makes me smile just looking at it. I am just getting back into quilting and am loving the look of scrappy quilts. However, I don't have many scraps...so this giveaway is perfect! Thanks for the inspiration and the opportunity to win some happy scraps!

Renea said...

I love scraps. I am known in my small quilt group as the scrap queen. I would love to add these scraps to my stash. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Colleen said...

Thanks.
I am having trouble posting.

hiyacinth said...

Your scraps are precious! And that picnic quilt is adorable. love scrappy quilts best of all.

cherilyn said...

I love your Picnic quilt Tutorial! I have been collecting scraps for it. I would love to win some of your pretty scraps to add to my quilt! Thanks for the chance!!!

lesli said...

such a beautiful quilt idea! I've been trying to figure out what to do with my scraps!
I'd love to be entered for a chance to win your pretty scraps!

Thanks! :)

Deb said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I'd love to participate in the scrapping that Jodi is doing!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Love the tutorial over at Jodi's Nanette! And those scraps look too good to not give a try at winning!

Vicki said...

Hey maybe you and I can meet one day in 2012 :). I'm working on a scrap thing in between my other projects and it's going to be cute. I'd love to win your scraps, too. :)

Lore said...

I love this Picnic quilt and I also love your scrap bag giveaway! I have been looking at the great Pam Kitty Morning fabrics for awhile, so I was excited to see some of those in your bag.

Lynnae said...

I love this picnic quilt and have quite stash of scraps (I can't bear to throw it away). I would love to win your giveaway.

Segelfliege said...

oh I would love to win the book and the Scrapbag. There can never be too many patchworkbooks for me. And since I don't have that many scraps myself yet I would love to receive yours and make a + Quilt out of them.
Take care
Segelfiege
thebanana (at) web (dot) de

Helen said...

Have just found your lovely blog. Why are other peoples scraps much more interesting than ones own???

Butterflybees said...

I would so love to win these scraps and the book , I would also be willing to swap my scraps as well, that would be interesting to swap I think. Using anothers offcuts!!! Don;t know what you could end up with a very happy shared quilt I would think.

Adele said...

Someone elses scraps ! Sounds like fun...mixing mine with yours for a quilt !

Pick ME !!!! I would love to win!

AKing said...

As a new quilter I haven't built up a fabric stash or scrap stash, winning this would help me complete a scrap quilt with a lot more variety than I have. Thanks for the chance!

Digital Misfit said...

I love scrappy sewing! I love how fabrics take on a whole new "personality" when paired up with random patterns. My scrap stash is quite small, so I would LOVE to add your bundle of scrappy treasure to it so I can join in!
hugs & happy new year!
Heidi
heidig@gmail.com

wolf0129 said...

I just stared quilting and I would LOVE these!!!! Count me in!
wolf0129@comcast.net

Vicki said...

wonderful! thanks so much for sharing your time and talent.Love your blog. Thankyou again!

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Kath said...

What a gareat way to make a scrap quilt. I would love to participate in your giveaway, I love scraps!

simply mocha said...

Im working on using my scraps this year and limit my fabric purchases. Id love to participate. THanks for hosting the giveaway.

Robyn in Oz said...

Wonderful scraps, great book! Thanks for the chance to win these!

lynaeve said...

I found your blog from PH and found that one through craft gossip i think. Anyway, I LOVE scraps. I actually just started sewing as a hobby about 3 months ago and my first peices of fabric where thrifted sheets and table cloths, but after that i found 3 bags of scraps at the thrift store that had to be about 5 or 6 pounds each for 2 bucks. Anyway, my family sorta thinks i'm nuts for thinking thats awesome, but Im STILL excited about that find and now i'm always on the look out. I dont know why i posted my life story but, i just wanted you to know that giveaways like this are my favorite. I'm going to follow your blog!

Lori Kay said...

Hi Nanette- Your scraps look scrumptious. I'd love to win the scraps and the book - such fun.

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

I love your quilt and have bookmarked it! I'm new to quilting so don't have loads of scraps yet but I'm sure I will! I would love to get some of yours to add to mine!

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Sew Shabby Designs said...

I'm intrigued by the japanese prints. Count me in on the giveaway please :o)

kt said...

Great tutorial--thanks for sharing! Would love to win some of your scraps so I can make a scrappy quilt--I'm a new quilter and haven't generated many scraps yet. Thanks for the chance!

notes of sincerity said...

I love your tutorials! :0) I always enjoy coming here for a visit. Your scraps are so cute and you are so sweet to share them with us. Happy New Year!! :0)

Béa said...

I love scraps & scraps quilts, thanks for the tuto and giveaway.

Jeanie said...

Your scraps are better than mine! I'd love to have them! Thanks so much for the opportunity. Happy New Year!

annemarie said...

What fun this is - would love your "scraps" - oh the possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win.

B Greene said...

Your scrap collection looks amazing! I took an unwelcome break from quilting for a few years due to work and family responsibilities so I desperately need scraps to jump start my stash! Thanks for the chance to win!

LindaW said...

I would love to win your scraps! Your picnic quilt is on my list to make. I have no blog but love reading and learning from yours and many others. jlrj69@yahoo.com

dortha said...

I love scrappy quilts. I would love to win some of your scraps. Your picnic quilt is a fun use of scraps. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Quiltdoodles said...

Scraps! What fun! I love your picnic quilt. I have to make one. Thanks for your giveaway.

Lou and Kitty said...

My dear mother-in-law made my girls quilts when they were very young. I have a new Grand daughter and would love to carry on the tradition. More scraps is just what I need. Thanks for the chance to win.

Marilee said...

I am so impressed with your "controlled" postage stamp quilt. I can't wait to dig through my scraps. I think it's the two sizes that makes it work so well.

Michelle said...

I love your picnic quilt and look forward to diving into your site. I look forward to more scrappy ideas. Thanks for sharing your "scraps" with us.

Lori Holt said...

Of course you know that I love this Nanette!
Remember when I started my own way back then?.... Then I got side tracked and it's still not done!
Your scrappy quilt is perfect...I love everything about it:)
xx
Lori

Carrie P. said...

this sounds like a lot of fun. for some reason I did not get Jodi's blog post in my email but went to check it out. I will be doing a post to include her sew along. Off to refresh my memory about your tutorial. Thanks for a chance to win some of your great scraps.
Happy New Year.

Mimi said...

This is an amazing giveaway... count me in!!! I love a scrap quilt but have only made table runners and I do enjoy reflecting what each scrap was used for!! Thanks for the chance!!

Lee said...

Thank you for the scrap giveaway. I am pretty new to quilting so I dont have that mucha and this would be a nice addition - I could make a picnic quilt! thanks again and happy new year!

Dollwood Farms said...

Would love to win, thank you. :)

Laine said...

Love your scrappy quilt. Makes me think back to one that my mom would put on my sister and my bed. Now I am wondering what ever happened to it. I would love to win your bag of scraps and make one of my own.

lsandes@comcast.net

Juanita Johnson said...

Thanks for the opportunity at the give-away. Scraps and a Japanese Quilt Book would be the perfect way to start off the New Year! :) Here's hoping that I win!
Juanita

DEAN FAMILY said...

I love this scrap along, sad part I'm relatively new to quilting and don't have a lot of scraps yet. Soon though, thanks for an adorable tutorial.

rhianneholmes@hotmail(dot)com

Ange said...

What a fun giveaway! Was reading over at Pleasant Home and really like your tutorial.
I am attempting my first picnic quilt this year from denim scars and regular scraps. And I too hope ts ready for summer!

Needled Mom said...

I think a scrap quilt project is a great way to start the year off. I am glad to see Jodi doing this.

Your quilt seems so easy and looks so wonderful.

Centergranny said...

I am moving, so great way to get rid of the scraps but not give them away. (of course, I will take yours, if you draw my name!)
Love the looks of your quilt.

Colleen said...

I love your quilt.
Thanks for the giveaway.

luckymom said...

I am going to have to try out this quilt, I just love the colors too. Would love to win these scraps. Thanks for the chance
luckymom5583(at)gmail(dot)com

Laura VanVleet said...

Great way to start the new year! With a Scrappy Attitude!! I'd love the chance to win! Thanks!

the mrs said...

What a fabulous way to start the new year. I'd love to win your scraps!

Heartsdesire said...

Count me in, for sure. I love scrap quilts and I know what a wonderful way it is to use up those leftovers. I participated in Jodi's scrap-a-long last time and used up all my 30s scraps. And what a lovely quilt it made. Winning your scraps would really get me going. Thanks for being so generous.

Jeff said...

Ohhhh count me in! I LOVE scraps and often buy scrap bags. It's so fun looking through each piece. It's like Christmas all over again. TY!

QuilterLaura said...

Oops, my son was signed in to HIS google acct. The above from "Jeff" is really my entry....LAURA< lol

Roze said...

The picture of your quilt reminded me of my Mom's "crazy" patchwork quilts. She made them for all the children and then grandchildren and she was working on one for a great grandchild when she passed. I love all things Japanese. I've promised myself that I will make a quilt using her old material scraps. I am a novice and do everything by hand. No sewing machine. I'd love an opportunity like this. Thanks/Roze

dakotaessence said...

Scraps--just made my first string blocks. I don't have too many scraps yet and would love yours!
~Jillian in North Dakota

Ella said...

What a fun bunch of scraps!!! I would love to win!! Thanks for the chance!! I also Love the quilt you you made with your scraps so cute!!!

superstitches said...

Love that scrap quilt. Scrap quilts are my favorite. In spite of making several scrap quilts I can't make a dent in my pile of scraps.

Jeannette said...

Awesome fun way to get scraps! Thanks for the chance to win!

Michelle Olsen said...

I would love to win your scraps. I only started quilting this fall, and am trying to accumulate enough scraps to make a pretty patchwork quilt. Great tutorial, and thank you for the giveaway.

ri said...

I am new to quilting but don't have scraps yet : ( I love reading your blog and can't wait till I have enough scraps to start my own project!

LaurieStar said...

I would love to win your scraps! I love the colors in your crown quilt, too, by the way. Beautiful! :)

kim gasaway said...

We recently moved across the country, and there was no room for my stash. Winning this giveaway would put such a huge smile on my face!

Raina said...

Happy New Year, Nanette! Thanks for the chance at some beautiful scraps :)

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I'm definitely a scrap lover!

Loralynn said...

Looks like you have lovely scraps! I would love to win them!

TheAccidentalCrafter said...

I haven't quilted enough to obtain such lovely scraps as yours and have wanted to do a scrap quilt for some time. Thank you for the chance.

lindaroo said...

Your bright and cheery scraps would play so nicely with my meager scrap collection! Thanks for the chance to win!

madj said...

The scraps look good I'd make a ticker tape quilt with them.
jowynj(at)blueyonder(dot)co(dot)uk

Sew Lovins said...

looks like there are some goodies in there! Im in! thanks :)

Kelly O. said...

those scraps look yummy! thanks for the chance to win...I haven't been quilting long and my scrap bins are needing some sprucing up--extra scraps would certainly help :)

everinprogress said...

What a neat package- thanks for the chance! And your scrap tutorial is so cute :)

Jayme said...

SOOO fun! That book looks like it's a fun read! Thanks for the opportunity!

just1gal said...

I'd really like to win!! :-)

Jeanne said...

Great quilt! Thanks for the tutorial.

Christine said...

Love your scrap quilt...thanks for sharing....love to win some scraps...it would be very inspiring!

gill said...

I love scraps - count me in please!
Thanks for a great tutorial!

linny said...

Love the tutorial, love the scraps.I really love other peoples scraps.
lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

kitblu said...

Hurray - 2 new quilting sites! I would love your scraps. I have some of my own ;)and now with a site devoted to scrap quilts I can get busy.

Taryn said...

I love that picnic quilt and would love to make one but I don't think I have enough scraps yet. These would be perfect to mix with what I have. I'm new here and have bookmarked your site because I'll be back often. This is all so inspiring!!

Donna said...

I like your scrappy quilt. I am going to do a baby quilt with this for a friend. Wish me luck!

KellyS said...

I would love some scraps! I am new to quilting, and actually don't have many scraps (yet). I hope to remedy that this year! Thanks for the chance to win!

Shayla Sharp said...

What great idea for a quilt along! I'd love some scraps and I'm going to give the picnic quilt a go, thanks!

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Patty said...

This sounds like so much fun. I'd like to join because I've been trying to think of an easy quilt to start the new year.

Diane said...

Those look like great scraps! Love the quilt, great tutorial! I just ordered an accuquilt and I think the starter set comes with a 4.5 and 2.5 die so this may be its first project!

Rita said...

wow! how exciting! i would love to win that book and all of your scraps. your fabrics are the best. please count me in. thank you very much for this opportunity!

Jen said...

Such pretty scraps! Thanks for the chance!

angelsister1951 said...

how exciting .. would love to win a bag of goodies... thank you for sharing... and some PKM ohh ahhh
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Nancy said...

I can't bear to throw out any scraps that may be used for craft projects or quilts. I love scrap quilts. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to have that book too.

Deborah said...

I bet you have great scraps! Thanks for the chance.
Deborah

quilary said...

I shouldn't want to add to my own scraps, but yours are better by far! Love the look of the book too - thanks for the chance :)

Margaret said...

Thanks for the chance to win! Checked out your scrappy picnic quilt tutorial...looks great :)

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I am in!! Great way to use up scraps. And thanks for sharing yours :-)

Janet P said...

I would love to win your scrap bag. Your picnic quilt is on my to do list. Thanks for the giveaway.

Lynne said...

I love scraps :) What a beautiful picnic quilt. Thanks for the fun scrap giveaway.

Nancy B said...

Your scraps are very beautiful and I would be so pleased to be the lucky winner! Thanks for the giveaway.

Jennie said...

Lovely quilts mean lovely scraps, which means lovely scrappy quilts!

Thank you for the giveaway.

Melanie said...

OK-- you open my quilt cabinet and there are no colors like your scraps--- they are dark muted tones, none like yours. They are beautiful-- just not bright. Throw my name in the bucket-- I need bright in my life this year....

goletagirlwendy said...

I love this quilt, I want to make one now. What a great way to use up a lot of scraps. Thank you for sharing.

Laurel said...

i'm collecting a rainbow of scraps right now - looks like you've got lots of fun colors in that bag!!

Elizabeth said...

Hi Nanette, Happy New Year! I am trying to do some cleaning at my house, too, but I would also love to win your scraps! It's always fun to play with others' leftovers! :) I have had your quilt on my to-do list for a while now, too. Thanks for sharing.

Heather said...

Hi, my name is Heather! Please email me when you can, I have a question about your blog!

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Susan said...

My scrap bins are so full, I can't believe I would enter a giveaway for yet MORE scraps. But how could a couple more hurt?

Carmen said...

I would love to win the giveaway! Thanks for the chance. And thanks for the inspiration you offer.

Ofelia said...

The scraps are so beautiful!! I hope I win them...thank you for this opportunity.

Kim D. said...

Nanette it would be so fun to win all your wonderful scraps. I love all the fabrics you use, but I don't usually buy these types of retro fabrics, so I would be so pleased to win. Thanks for the chance.

Slowpoke said...

I would love to participate in your scrap bag give-away please. Your picnic quilt is lovely and your scraps are lovely too. Much prettier than mine. Oh and the book too! I would so dearly love to win please.
Thank you for the chance.
Gratefully yours, Luba

chris.luba@sympatico.ca

Susan said...

Happy new Year! I love to make scrap fabric quilts. Would love to win your Awesome giveaway.

Vickie said...

WOW, that is one great looking bag of scraps. Totally different from the scraps I have. Would be wonderful to win.

Carla said...

I've already started using your Picnic tutorial as a leader/ender project. Thanks for the great idea!

Rae Ann said...

Nanette... you are always up to something fun!
My... to be a winner of your scrap bag would be better than a bar of chocolate would be to a chocoholic. Your fabric is the cutest stuff ever!
I love your tutorial on the picnic quilt. I will love making that! Thanks for all you do!!!

Sammy said...

I would love to praticipate in your beautiful giveaway, and thank you so much for the chance to win.
My email is,
salama.samya@yahoo.com
Thank you so much.

-Samya :)

Genevieve said...

I love anything scrappy and this seems like an easy project to use up scraps. I plan to work on this quilt this coming weekend. Thanks for the great tutorial!!

RETRO-Fabulous Blog said...

WHAT an AWESOME giveaway!! The Japanese craft book looks fantastic, Nanette.

Thimbleanna said...

What a great giveaway Nanette! I have enough scraps to choke a horse, so please don't include me -- I just wanted to hop on and say again how much I love that quilt!!!

free indeed said...

Utilitarian that I am, I love scrappy quilts. This would be THE year to tame my scraps and I think I'll play along....I've always envisioned a scrappy triple Irish chain as my first project. Would love to add your clear bright colors to my more subdued scraps.
Shelley C
freeindeed at myfairpoint dot net

Vesuviusmama said...

I'm definitely interested in your lovely scraps! My scraps are starting to seem old to me.

Linda K said...

I've only been quilting for 5 years, but do I have scraps!! I'm not very organized though, so you and Jodi have inspired me to give it a go. Thanks for the chance to win!! And Happy New Year!

gloria g. said...

Yes, who wouldn't want to have those beautiful scraps.......please let it be me. I am hooked on scrap quilts. I always love your color combinations.......just my style! Thanks for sharing....that's what it is all about.

gloria g. South Carolina

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