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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

SMS Giveaway Day

 *This giveaway is closed and the winner is Teje (#7)!*

Hi, I'm Jess Skultety, and I'm a quilting blogger, teacher, lecturer, and current President of the Central Jersey Modern Quilt Guild! Thanks for coming by for Sew Mama Sew's giveaway day. I've pulled together a Cotton + and Steel bundle to give away to anyone in the whole wide world!

 From top: fat quarter, 5 inches short of a fat quarter, a piece 10 x 31, and a fat quarter

All you need to do is answer this question in a comment: If you were to make an epic quilt for yourself, what kind of quilt would it be? P.S. You should totally make that quilt if you haven't already!

I'm in the middle of my epic Anna Maria Horner quilt, and I'm loving every second (even though it sat in time out for a good year and a half). Here's a snapshot of me working on it at our recent CJMQG retreat (thanks Laura!).


The giveaway will end on 12/13 at 7 PM EST. I will choose the winner via Random Number Generator and email them.

No need to be a follower to enter, but I'd love for you to stick around if Quilty Habit strikes your fancy. :) Take a look around (here's my most recent educational post on Alternate Gridwork) and also read up on some of the past issues of The Wonky Press (the next one goes out next week!). Plus... I'll definitely have a finish to share this Friday! It's a good one! Here's a hint.







Enjoy blog hopping and Happy Holidays!

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P.S. I usually respond to all comments, but please understand that this is virtually impossible with giveaway days. It gets overwhelming fast! I do read and appreciate every single one, though. :)

P.S.S. Don't miss the other giveaway running this week - a bundle of Snow Days fabric from Benartex! 

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240 comments:

  1. What a great question! My epic quilt would be a Baltimore Album with bird motifs. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. I might currently be working on my epic quilt...it is all hand English paper pieced hexagons and I just have to add the borders. It is all Kaffe fabrics with black shot cotton accents. I also have a bucket list which includes a clam shell quilt...thanks for the inspiration and the giveaway!

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  3. I think I may be working on my epic quilt, too! I'm doing a scrappy bed-size quilt in rainbow colors, my first quilt that big.

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  4. I would like to make a Scrap Vortex quilt with bits and pieces from all the fabric I have ever owned!

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  5. My epic quilt is a big improviational quilt with curves and slices

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  6. I have many quilts on my list that I want to make and probably the most challenging or epic would be an appliqued village with houses, shrubs, etc.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  7. Hi Jess and thank you for the give away! I haven't thought about epic quilt but should really start one, inspired by yours! No idea what it could be but perhaps starting with a special fabric and then taking ideas from that. x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. I am slowing working on a epic quilt. Well it is a UFO at the moment but the Civil War Love letter one. Now the 24 mths of crap has finished I may now get back into it.

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  9. Mm mm, epic quilt.... I'd love to make a quilt that is a mosh mash of different blocks out of Lizzy house

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  10. I would love to make one of Judy's star quilts (like the Mariners Compass).

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  11. My epic quilt one day will be a king size bargello

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  12. I would love to make one of those wedding quilting with the rings on it, now I am feeling silly because I can't remember the actual name.

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  13. My epic quilt would be a gypsy wife quilt made with fabrics by my favorite designers: Fassett, Cotton & Steel, Lizzy House...

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  14. My epic quilt is going to be a giant hexagon quilt that I'm going to Epp with as many different Cotton and steel fabrics as I can get! I'd like each hexagon to be different. Starting after Christmas!!

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  15. Since I love improvisational style quilts, my epic would have to be an improv made with denim, wool, polyester, lace and linen! I might even hand quilt it in large stitches. Smiling.

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  16. One on Jen Kingwell's patterns, maybe The Circle Game

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  17. Gorgeous fabric, Jess! For years (eer since 2012...) I've been planning to make the Martha Stewart embroidered birds quilt but I can't decide whether to make all of the birds the same color or in a few different colors. I started making them true to color and then decided that it would be too nutty for me in a full size quilt. I have about 20 linen squares traced and ready to be embroidered if I would just make up my mind!

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  18. I think I might be on the verge of my epic quilt. It is the start of one anyway. It was a round robin quilt using the score of the same name from Sherri Lynn Woods. It has 6 peoples hands involved in it. The issue I have is that I have joined it together and it is a cool big wall hanging size but I have so much more i could add to it BUT it is more of a graffiti type of mix (which I love ) but bigger quilt will be hard on the eyes I think. Anyway it is on my design board for now.

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  19. I started working on my epic quilt several years ago. It was from a pattern in the Australian Quilt magazine. Between moving, a back injury and breaking my wrist, that quilt is still waiting to be finished. But I love the pattern and the fabrics. So one day I hope to complete it.

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  20. Since I've never made anything larger than a baby quilt my epic quilt would be ANYTHING I can snuggle under.

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  21. I would love to make a large flying geese quilt using modern fabrics. :) These fabrics would fit right in. :)

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  22. Feathers, lots of paper pieced feathers in black, white and some turquoise and coral for pop!

    schimmel.db@gmail.com

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  23. Someday a Double Wedding Ring! And I follow you on bloglovin already - thanks!

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  24. My epic quilt would be a modern spin on log cabin block in king size to fit my bed.

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  25. My epic quilt would be a modern spin on log cabin block in king size to fit my bed.

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  26. Well, I currently have cut up and ready to piece a queen or king size (can't decide) Liberty plus quilt. But I would love to make a modern log cabin or court house steps, too. Decisions, decisions!

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  27. My epic quilt would be entirely hand appliqué and hand quilted. A Piece O" Cake design or perhaps something by Sarah Felke or the Material Obsession crew.

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  28. I have actually thought about this, but it always gets put at the bottom of my to-do list. My epic quilt would be king-sized for our bedroom, sewn with a modern design and in burgundy, gold and black. duchick at gmail dot com

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  29. My epic quilt would be a queen size whole cloth stitched on my non-existing long arm :)

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  30. my epic quilt would be a queen-size double wedding ring. thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. I have always wanted to do a watercolor and/or a landscape quilt....

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  32. My epic quilt will be a NY Beauty, with lots of paper piecing thrown in. I admire them, but have not the skills at the moment. One day! Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  33. A LOVELY OLD FASHIONED DRESDEN PLATE QUILT . . . . .
    THANK YOU! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  34. I have always wanted to make an appliqued portrait quilt of my late husband.

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  35. I am new to quilting and in the middle of my first one. To me this is an epic project at present!!
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  36. I'm not sure...maybe a cathedral windows quilt. There are so many in my head that it's hard to choose one, but I think that might be it.

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  37. I would love to make one of those medallion quilts - a big queen sized quilt.

    Thanks for the chance to win
    merryorganic@gmail.com

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  38. Oh geez, Jess! Talk about the most difficult question in the world!! I have NO idea!!! Gosh, if I found the PERFECT quilt I'd SO be making it. Maybe a mash up of Carolyn Friedlander's low volume and black prints and Alison Glass's entire tone on tone sunprints and corsage style fabrics!? Maybe a +&x quilt? Golly! Now I'm trying to think of my dream quilt. I'll let you know when I figure it out! <3

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  39. An epic quilt for myself: Well that would just have to be on in a beautiful color range with very easy shapes as I haven't made any quilt so far! Would love to try though.

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  40. I will make a rainbow Dear Jane for myself one day, that is my DREAM! =D
    And it will be the first quilt I send away to have it professionally quilted. ^^

    Thanks a lot for the chance to win!

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  41. My epic quilt would be a hand-quilted cathedral windows, queen-sized quilt. I haven't made it yet because I don't think I have developed the skillset to do this future quilt justice. One day! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  42. I would like to make a New York beauty! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  43. Great fabric choices and colors. I had fun peeking at your blog and clicked to receive your newsletter now too! Thanks for the chance.

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  44. My epic quilt is GOING TO BE a Joel Dewberry Bungalow Double Wedding ring. I just need to commit to a background fabric. :)

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  45. Epic quilt-- the Allison glass feather quilt...yep..i wish

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  46. I am new to quilting, so every quilt is epic! However, I'd love to try my hand at the Preppy the Whale quilt.

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  47. Not sure,perhaps a Kaleidoscope though there are fabulous quilt pattern.

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  48. I have the pattern and the fabric for a Swoon quilt for our bed, but had to put it on the backburner for other stuff. I hope to finish it next year. Thanks!

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  49. the milliefiori lapassacaglia are incredible, perhaps one day i'll have time

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  50. I'm planning an epic paper-pieced Lord of the Rings quilt.... eventually!

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  51. Thanks for a great giveaway. For an epic quilt - hmmmm... Maybe a double wedding ring or a fully hand stitched clamshell quilt?

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  52. Only been quilting for 4 years and I feel like an epic quilt for me would be a Dresden plate quilt. I love them. I am also in love with the Anna Marie Horner feathers.
    buffyh_6 (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

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  53. A hexi flower garden quilt inspired by a family heirloom.

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  54. I just finished up making my Tula Pink quilt just for me but I am also a Cotton and Steel nut and I am collecting a ton of prints to make something special for me. again!

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  55. I need to make myself a Captain America quilt. No, I'm not kidding. ayngemac(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. My epic quilt would be all improv! I love modern and improve quilting.

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  57. something improv with bits of special blocks, like your feathers....it's on my list :)
    thank you for sharing!

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  58. I think my own personal epiq quilt would probably be a bookshelf quilt, similar to the one you made. I made a small bookshelf quilt for a friend back in September and that got me thinking just how much I could fill a bookshelf quilt with book and fabrics and other things that I love. Thanks for the giveaway! I enjoy following your blog.

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  59. I haven't thought of doing an epic quilt, but I guess I need to start planning! I would like to try an entire quilt of improv. That's my area of least expertise. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. It would be a wedding ring or cathedral window quilt.

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  61. I'm getting ready to start a king size lone star quilt. It will be one I will be taking my time on.

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  62. I'd love to make a new york beauty. Your epic quilt is great, I love the colour and all of the different blocks together.

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  63. My epic quilt would be a traditional cathedral window quilt. It'll have to be machine sewed though. I don't think I have the patience to hand piece one. Thanks for the chance to win! sarah123quilt AT gmail DOT com

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  64. I've always loved a Storm at Sea quilt. The irregular shapes are so intimidating, but it's such a beautiful design. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  65. I have seen so many beautiful herringbone qayg quilts...I think I would try something like that!

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  66. Wow. Epic quilt. I'm not sure I've ever thought about it. I'd love to make a king-sized quilt for my bed, but something simple and clean.

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  67. I started a Stephen King quilt: a King size quilt (of course) with blocks where I embroider all the beginning lines of all his book and I couple those with the paper pieced reproduction of a cover for each book! if this is not epic I don't know what is! thanks for the chance!!

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  68. What a great giveaway- such pretty fabrics. My epic quilt is actually a series- I'm trying to make one quilt for each part of the Episcopal Liturgy. We'll see if I can!

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  69. I hope to make a DWR one day. Not sure when that will happen, but it is on my list!

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  70. I really want to make a Dear Jane someday.

    THanks for the chance!

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  71. A large Barn Raising quilt... all those little squares get to me!

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  72. I would love to make a super modern dresden quilt. One day I shall!

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  73. In my dreams I am awesome at FMQ and I have a long arm and I would make fancy designs in the open spaces

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  74. I would make a Lizzy House fabric double wedding ring quilt...but modernized somehow

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  75. I'd love to make an epic queen-sized quilt out of English paper piecing!

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  76. A queen sized epp quilt....pieced and quilted by hand.

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  77. My epic quilt would be a Baltimore album but with a modern feel. Someday it will get done. Thanks!

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  78. For myself, I would make a DNA quilted wall hanging. I am working on my applique skills and I think eventually I'll be good enough to make it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  79. My epic quilt would be a Dear Jane quilt.

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  80. I want to do a crazy huge improv quilt

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  81. My epic quilt would be something mint and gray with lots of chevron and flannel to be cozy and warm!!!!

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  82. I think a double wedding ring quilt is on my must do list!

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  83. Gee, I've never considered what epic quilt I'd make. i tend to pick something and just go for it. Perhaps I'd choose one of Amy Garro's paper pieced ones. I find paper piecing difficult, but the results are worth it. Am really enjoying your blog, Jessica.

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  84. I would love to make a Lollipop Quilt!!

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  85. I'm currently collecting fabric for an epic Cotton + Steel quilt. I think after the january collections are released I'll have enough to begin planning! I can't wait!

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  86. just finished a oversize queen quilt on my domestic machine- haven't come up with a new epic project yet. probably something with curves, they intimidate me

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  87. I've been fond of the indian orange peel I saw on the cover of QNM back in the late 90's. It would be epic!

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  88. Maureen Cracknell has a skull quilt that I have a pattern for but I haven't attempted it yet!

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  89. I would make the Farmer's Wife quilt. My attention span isn't long enough, however!

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  90. A medallion quilt, such as the one by Elizabeth Hartman (kat-gray@hotmail.com)

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  91. there's a good question! mine would be some sort of a fandom quilt I think - pulling elements/blocks of all my favorite things. :D

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  92. Now that's a question I have never heard before! I would be a quilt that is soft, cuddly and warm!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  93. A real queen sized quilt for our bed!

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  94. I've had my eye on the Glam Clam quilt, but curves scare me! Someday....

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  95. Totally finishing a bed sized quilt would be great!

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  96. My epic quilt would be a cathedral window quilt. I have always loved the look of them, even before I started quilting. I would do it by hand. Unfortunately, my time is getting shorter and I will probably never get it done.
    I have been following you on Bloglovin for a short while.

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  97. I have my epic quilt in the works! It's a disappearing nine patch made entirely of It's A Hoot! printed fabric on the back and lots of birds and bright colors. I'm making it queen size too. It will be epic indeed :)

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  98. I think a pineapple crazy quilt,patten by Bonnie Hunter
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  99. For myself? I've never thought of it! I'm always just thinking of my kids. Hmmm, something warm and bright and cozy for my bed that isn't too girly so that my husband likes it, too! Probably just a geometric design with bright solids.

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  100. That is an excellent question and I do not have an answer! I have a number of quilts in my head I want to make but not one I would categorize as epic.

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  101. I recently bought all the paper pieces for passagalicia -did I write this correctly. Now I am starting to collect fabric for it.

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  102. Hmmm...I'm not sure. I'm still fairly new to quilting. Thank you!

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  103. I'm quilting an epic quilt, the Tula Pink City sampler double-sided. My next epic quilt will be the Farmer's Wife samplers, also double-sided. Thanks for the chance!

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  104. A Dear Jane with Kaffe Fassett fabrics.

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  105. Mine would be a queen size dresden with lots of pink, yellow and gray fabrics.

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  106. so far the storm at sea on point that I did for Mikuni Japanese Restaurant
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  107. I want to make a swoon in navy's and grey

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  108. It has to be La Passacaglia quilt - all hand sewn!!
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  109. I love 30's fabric and batiks so it would be something with one or the other. Not sure what to be honest.

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  110. Oh gosh, there are so many epic quilts I want to make. One of my epic quilts is the Dest Jane quilt that I'm currently working on.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  111. Such a lovely selection of fabrics! And I love your AMH quilt! The quilt that are currently on my wish list are both farmers wifes' quilts. Id love to make those!
    Thank you for the chance to win.

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  112. I'm hoping to make a queen size quilt with all C+S for my bed. I've been saving up my fabric, hoping it can happen soon so I can actually use it before it starts warming up again! Thanks for the chance :)

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  113. Wellll, a Dear Jane would sure be epic… and it is on my bucket list!

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  114. i'm not sure, never tried quilting yet. I sew mostly garments and would use the fat quarters for handbags etc.

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  115. I plan on making a friend a t-shirt quilt with all of his ballooning t-shirts from the festivals he has visited over the past 30 years!!

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  116. It would be a hand stitched slow project like 1/2" hexes or green tea and sweet beans or La Passacaglia!

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  117. My goal is to make a quilt called ladies of the sea by sue garmen

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  118. I've only down paper piecing once, but I'd love to make one but Ive forgotten the name of pattern right now

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  119. Epic quilt? I would like to finish hand appliqued quilt I started. I have 2 blocks done and 10 to go!

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  120. I like the feather paper piece quilts but I'm not sure I'm up to doing it. Paper piecing has not been my thing.

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  121. Hmmm... maybe have the courage to start my first one, a simple one would be already epic!

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  122. I am making that epic quilt right now! It's an EPP queen size quilt using 1" hexagons!

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  123. I'm working on my 'epic' quilt now (or at least it's in my UFO pile :p ) It's a rock 'n romance (by Pat Bravo) quilt and it's my first for me quilt with beautiful fabric :p

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  124. It would be a Green Beans and Sweet Tea quilt by Jen Kingswell, her designs are such fun and use lots of techniques. Thank you for a great giveaway. x

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  125. I would like to make a memory quilt of fabrics and patterns that remind me of my life.

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  126. My quilt dream is a wall quilt that is 30x30 has origami fabric butterflies, on a watercolor fabric background of more butterflies, with tiny beads to make it shine. When I get good enough at quilting to make it I will. In the mean time I will continue sewing and learning from talented people.

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  127. My epic quilt would be a civil war quilt.

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  128. An epic quilt for me would be a gargantuan wall quilt with portraits of my 10 cats (past and present).

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  129. I am a new quilter so I don;t know many quilts but at this time I would like a 9 patch
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  130. The denim quilt I'm working on has grown to epic proportions!!

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  131. My epic quilt would be a giant Mariner's Star! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  132. I would love to make One Block Wonder but haven't found the right material yet.

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  133. I would love to make an awesome sampler quilt

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  134. Hi, great giveaway! I think an epic quilt for me would be a queen-sized, floral -on-black, needle-turned applique quilt inspired by a beautiful broderie perse quilt I have seen by Denyse Schmidt :-)

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  135. Hoopsister's Jacobean Journey
    rtgandy at gmail

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  136. Something rainbow! I think maybe a EPP hexagon rainbow quilt.

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  137. That quilt is truly epic. I'd love to try her more simple feather pattern. Someday!

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  138. My EPIC quilt is a California-king sized ohio star. Just need the guts to start a project that big!

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  139. Awesome quilt there! I am thinking of making a Jen Kingwell quilt - but big.....really big....

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  140. Dear Jane, just have to gear up for all those 4 inch blocks!

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  141. Well, I've only be quilting for 2 years - I'm not sure what my epic quilt would me - I love sampler quilts so maybe one with applique on it.

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  142. I would love to make a New York Beauty Quilt!
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  143. I'd love to make a vintage-style crazy quilt as my epic quilt!

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  144. I really want to make a dresden plate quilt!

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  145. I'd love to make a king size quilt for my bed.

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  146. I would like to make a quilt with all flying geese.

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  147. Kelly O.December 10, 2015 at 10:41 PM

    I can't quite figure out how to leave a comment other than replying to one so I hope you can still see this... I have owned the single girl pattern for quite some time... I have opened it and read it and returned it to its sleeve several times... Originally I was going to make it with my AMH Garden Party stash but lost my nerve and am making a simple patchwork with those instead...I would make it if I could choose a fabric to work with but I am beginning to think I should start collecting cotton & steel prints as I seem drawn to them as I was with Garden Party.. I best get on it!
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  148. I've already bought the pattern which has some very intricate piecing. After I finish my daughters wedding quilt, I plan to start it.

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  149. To finish the EPP hexagon quilt that I started forever ago!

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  150. I would love to make a queen size whole cloth quilt with intricate FMQ. Another one would be a whole cloth quilt of my city using a Haptic Lab template.
    rose(dot)minn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  151. I'm not sure, but it would definitely be lovely! :)

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  152. Easy bubs! A New York Beauty! Love them.
    judybarr at iearn dot org dot au

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  153. I am anothervone who would like to make New York Beauty. Hopefully not too far in the future. lynnmcindoe@gmail.com

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  154. I'm not sure, but since I don't do a whole ton of quilting (i prefer bags/clothes), I think the max would be a lap quilt all in cotton+steel! The largest quilt I've made was a full size and that was big enough!!

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  155. I don't know exactly what pattern, but it would involve an ombre look -- either bluish greens or purples -- with soft greys for the background. All hand-dyed fabrics. *swoon*

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  156. An epic quilt for me will be a scrappy log cabin King sized bed quilt for my bed which I will use the quilt as you go method. Thank you for the opportunity! :)

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  157. It would have to be a double wedding ring quilt... Either that or some sort of sampler. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  158. Hi Jess. A generous giveawy. I would like to do something with circles. Just not into applique. Hmmmm. rmgsummers at yahoo dot com

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  159. My epic quilt (which I have not attempted yet) would be the traditional Double Wedding Quilt.

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  160. I'm still very new to quilting (only finished one quilt top so far, and it's waiting to be backed and quilted!) so pretty much any quilt is an epic quilt for me! ;-) But I'd make one for my bed, in a bold geometric design.

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  161. I am aiming to make La Passacaglia as my epic quilt, just need to jump in and start.

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  162. I just started making blocks this month. So I have not even finished one quilt yet. I know that there will be an epic quilt in my future, but I don't know what it would look like yet. My hubby is a beekeeper, so these fabrics are just lovely to me. :)

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  163. A Mary Jane, or red and white 6" sampler quilt or one of Jen Kingwell's creations. I'll get to it when I have the time. Ha! Thanks.

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  164. My epic quilt would be a queen size handkerchief quilt made with my great grandmothers vintage handrkerchiefs.

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  165. I just finished hand-quilting my steampunk quilt - I started it 3 years ago, so it was definitely epic!

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  166. A Farmer's Wife/Dear Jane or a medallion.

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  167. My epic quilt would be a portrait quilt of my dad whom I lost recently.

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  168. I'm working on my epic quilt right now. It is Love Entwined, a densely appliquéd quilt pattern from Esther Aliu. When finished, it will be 96 inches square. Right now I've finished the center and am working on the first round of borders.

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  169. I would work on an AMH too! I am making the feathers quilt, but just using low volumes. One day I will make a quilt with all AMH. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  170. love the question I would be a scrap quilt is my answer.

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  171. Isn't it crazy how many of us don't make quilts for ourselves? I have been saving scraps and pieces from all the quilts I made for others. One day I want to use those all and make one mis-mash quilt for myself! I feel like I'll be wrapped in love by all those who I've made one for!

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  172. MY eipic quilt is my hand pieced la passacaglia quilt, which is about 75% done, and due for a lot of attention over the Christmas break.

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  173. I am in love with the Gravity quilt, but I would love to also make a Grandmother's Flower Garden someday! Thanks! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  174. I'm working on a weekly with 72 different blocks from hsts... It's epic and I don't mind having spent a year on it, so far

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  175. Minimalist with lots of black fabric for negative space and purple accents.

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  176. a paper piece quilt of my own design (which I will accomplish once I learn how to design paper piece patterns!)

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  177. I've always wanted to make a postage stamp quilt using itty bitty squares.

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  178. Something with paper piecing... Haven't tried that yet!
    Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  179. I'm working on a modern sampler quilt I love!

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  180. IF I ever make myself a quilt IT will be made out of my Pink Panther fabric that I've been hoarding for some time now. I just don't want to cut into my fabric!! Maybe one day!!

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  181. My epic quilt would be a sampler of all the blocks I love in various Lizzy house

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  182. Well, I'd try to finish the epic quilt I'm already making. A paper pieced 2" hexagon full sized quilt. I've been making it for the past ten years or more.

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  183. I would like to finish the enormous art quilt for entry to Quilt National. It's been on the design wall for years. LeeAnna at leeannaquilts at gmail dot com

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  184. My epic quilt would be a quilt made from quilted hexagons.

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  185. My epic quilt would be a spinning star quilt. sarah@forrussia.org

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  186. I have a really, really insane epic quilt in progress.

    For my wedding I folded 1,000 origami cranes, so for my 10 year anniversary I am embroidering 1,000 origami cranes and making them into 1.5" hexagons.

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  187. I would love to make a medallion quilt

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  188. A quilt of small square scraps that make some amazing artistic color collage.

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  189. Mine would be scrappy quilt using all those little pieces of fabric I've been collecting for years!

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  190. One epic quilt for me would be to finish my 10,000 piece postage stamp quilt. Another is to design a unique Underground Railroad. It is being designed in my mind.

    tushaythreeatyahoodotcom

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  191. I am working on my epic quilt. I have always loved the look of Yo-Yo quilts and I am now making my very own. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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