Saturday, January 19, 2013

Fat Quarter Shop's HUGE Book Giveaway

We have a confession. We have a collection of copies of some of the best new books from Fall Quilt Market. Books like Aneela Hoey's Little Stitches, Moda Bakeshop's Sweet Celebrations, Angela Yosten's Stop. Go. Quilt. Sew!, Natalia Bonner's Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting and more. Much more.

We thought you would like a chance to win some books, so we are giving them all away! Five lucky readers will win a pack of five hit titles, many of which are signed!

Our first pack includes Aneela Hoey's Little Stitches, Modern Patchwork, Porter & Williamson's Cuddle me Quick: 11 Baby-Quilt Designs, Lynda Hall's Quick Quilts to Inspire Family Traditions and Homestyle Quilts: Simple Patterns and Savory Recipes.

The second includes Natalia Bonner's Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting , Laurie Simpson and Polly Minick's The Spirit of Sacagawea, Quilting Arts Magazine: Gifts, Modern Patchwork and Skip the Borders by Julie Herman.


The third includes Angela Yosten's Stop. Go. Quilt. Sew!, Linda DeBono's Sew Merry and Bright, Laurie Simpson and Polly Minick's The Spirit of Sacagawea, Modern Patchwork and Where Women Create.


The fourth includes Moda Bakeshop's Sweet Celebrations, Pippa Eccles Armbrester's Solids, Stripes, Circles and Squares: 16 Modern Patchwork Quilt Patterns, Diamond, Modern Patchwork and Design, Create, and Quilt: How to Design a Quilt--Lessons, Techniques, and Patterns by Rose Hughes.


The fifth includes Generation Q Magazine: Winter 2012, Moda Bakeshop's Sweet Celebrations, Quilting Arts: Gifts, Sweet 'n Sassy Templates' Diamond Quilts and Julie Herman's Skip the Borders.

To enter, leave a comment below letting us know your favorite quilting book. There are so many to choose from, but we just want to know one! Contest closes next Friday, January 25th! Good luck!

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Suzan C. said...

Porter & Williamson's Cuddle me Quick: 11 Baby-Quilt Designs as I enjoy making Baby Quilts. Thanks for a chance to win.

The Patchsmith said...

My favourite book at the moment is one I was given for Christmas - it is Shape Workshop for Quilters - it has so many blocks and some lovely patterns.

jlk said...

I love Camille Roskelley's book. It is my absolute favorite. For now.

SheilaS said...

Oh wow! Just one! I guess right now, I recently purchased Barbara Brackmans Civil War sampler and I really like that. Honestly I think my first life was in that time span because I really seem to be drawn to quilts in that area! Thank you so much for the wonderful giveaway.

Sherri Miller said...

Definitely Sweet Celebrations! Anything Moda. The Bake Shop at Houston festival is always one of my favorite booths. Would love to have the book!

victoria said...

i love Sweet Celebrations!

Sherri Miller said...

Definitely Sweet Celebrations! I love the Bake Shop booth at the Houston quilt festival and would love to have the book!

Elisabetta said...

thank you so much for your giveaway, I'd say my favorite is Sweet 'n Sassy Templates' Diamond Quilts only because I have a thing with diamonds ^_^ and Sweet Celebrations hits my interest.
I am italian and if this is not international, my cousin will keep the books for me with pleasure!

Tammy said...

I am very new to quilting. As of yet I haven't acquired any quilting books. I have madea few smaller wall hangings and baby quilts. Bu I think I woud really love the Beginers Guide To Free Motion Quilting book. Or the Moda Bakeshop book , But to be quiet honest I probably could benefit from most any of them.
conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

annemarie said...

Being a newbie quilter, I do not own any books so this would be a perfect start. I am sure they all would soon be my favorites!

Anonymous said...

Bonjour
tout me plait dans ces selections mais j aime bien Quilting in begenners de NATHALIA BONER
merci de France pour ce jeu

Marie Claude

Anonymous said...

I love books and have many favorites but the latest (and for the time favorite) is Stunning Angleplay Quilts

Anonymous said...

I love the MODA "cookbooks" and the homestyle quilts book - quilts and recipes together - what's better than that! I also love Edyta Sitar's books!

Pam said...

What a treat it would be to win these books! I don't have "With Fabric and Thread Quilt Book" by
John Wiley & Sons, Joanna Figueroa but at this time its my favorite and on my list to get.

Waverlee said...

Scrap Republic!

Mary said...

I have a lot of books and love many of them so this was a hard question. One of the first to come to mind is Kim Brackett's Scrap Basket books. They are great and I'm excited that she is coming out with a third one.

Anonymous said...

I don't have any of these books, but Sweet Celebrations I would love to explore more
vharrah[at]aol[dot]com

Carol said...

Without a doubt, it is "With Fabric and Thread" by Joanna Figueroa!

Patrice said...

I would love to have Pam & Nicky Lintott's More Layer Cake, Jelly Roll & Charm Quilts!!!

Hannah Lymah said...

I love Material Obsession from Kathy Doughty and Sarah Fielke.

Abbigail said...

I have the Sweet Celebrations and love it! I would love to win some of the other books you are giving away! Thanks!
hulseybg at gmail dot com

tamara said...

The book I would love is Natalia Bonner's Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting,I really would love to be able to free hand quilt better!
thanks for the giveaway.

Julie V said...

I love Skip the Borders; and a Beginners Guide to FMQ is on my wishlist. Thanks for the opportunity!

kitty said...

Very difficult to choose: I'd say Modern Patchwork by Elizabeth Hartman.

Whitney M said...

I have the first Moda Bake Shop book and loved it! I also love the Where Women Create! What a fun giveaway!

Shawnee said...

My favorite...Material Obsession! Wish I had more time to quilt!

rnelson said...

Anything by Kim Diehl, Heather Mulder Peterson oe Barbara Brackman! Love them all!!

AccidentallyTexan said...

I am a new beginner and given the opportunity I would really love to get a copy of Sweet Celebrations and yes of course I like all the others too. Thank you for the chance to win!

Allison C said...

I love both of Elizabeth Hartman's books.

Cynthia said...

My favorite quilt book is
Material Obsssion by Sarah Fielke and Kathy Doughty

Dinah said...

My favorite quilt book of all time is Liberated String Quilts by Gwen Marston. I love all of her liberated books, but that one is number one with me! Thanks for the chance to win!

Trudie said...

I just got the Fat Quarterly Shape Workshop for Quilters. I love it.

Kartar Kaur Khalsa said...

My heart's desire would be SOLIDS, STRIPES, CIRCLES AND SQUARES! I'm just beginning to work with solids or fabrics that read as solid, and I'm discovering elegance through simplicity in rich colors and well-constructed linear designs.

Dee said...

I have been drooling over Sweet Celebrations. All of the choices look amazigng.

Betty said...

My favorite is The Gentle Art of Quiltmaking by Jane Brockert. Thanks for the chance to win!

Sage said...

Favorite is For te Love of Nine Patch by Whaley and Weeks

Art by Rhoda Forbes said...

My favorite of the giveaways is Free Motion quilting, I love to do it and run out of design ideas. What a fabulous giveaway .

Kim~Stay Joyful said...

I am just getting ready to try quilting out so I don't have any books, but I've been eyeing Julie Hermans Skip the Borders for some time. Good luck to everyone!

hilary said...

Thanks for the giveaway. All would be wonderful but I do have the books in the 2nd selection, so maybe not that one. Thank you

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sjsews said...

My favorite quilt book is jinny beyer's original album of blocks. Always go back to it.

B said...

Sweet Celebrations is my fave from your collection.

Nancy Angerer said...

I am very interested in improving my skills in free motion quilting, so would love a book on that. I also love scrap quilts. Thanks for the generous give away. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Connie said...

My favorite quilting reference book has to be 5500 Quilt Block Designs by Maggie Malone. Thanks for a great giveaway!

CarolCat said...

I love them all but one of my favorites is SKIP THE BORDERS. It's got so many great designs in it & sometimes I just don't have the patience for borders...
cdgearey@hotmail.com

Barb in Mi said...

My current favorite is Denyse Schmidt "Modern Quilts Traditional Inspiration". Just love the quilt designs and patterns in it! Thanks so much!

jlgwyn said...

I'm really enjoying Miss Rosie's books by Carrie Nelson. Out of the new books shown, I have been wanting to get Sweet Celebrations for awhile now. Thanks for the opportunity to win a bundle of great books by some great quilters!

Susan said...

My current favorite that I received for Christmas is Simply Fat Quarters---I'm making myself finish up some UFO's so that I can start Carousel!

M.W. said...

I like so many different books but Quilts Made Modern is a good one. Thanks for the chance to win and add to my library.
Shawn

Maureen said...

Complete Guide to Quilting by BHG and the Practical Guide to Quilting are my favorites for their basic information.

Cary said...

I enjoy the options of the nine patch, and would have to say For the Love of a Nine Patch.

hennies.pennies said...

My favorite quilts books are from Need'l Love. They have such a range of projects that really appeals to me. I've been purchasing them for many, many years! Be especially blessed...

Nancy said...

This was hard. I would have to say, at this moment in time, it would be Pixel Play

Liz said...

I LOVE all books and currently quilt books. I would have to pick Miss Rosie's quilt collection book as my favorite! Your bundles look scrumptious and it would be awesome to win one for a cold winter's day:) Thanks for the chance.

nettie said...

I love the quilt artist Kim Diehl, so I really enjoy any book she has written, but I would have to pick "Simple Blessings" as my favorite.
I have been wanting to add the new Moda Bakeshop Sweet Blessings book to my library also. MBS is one of my special places to gather wonderful patterns and ideas.
Thanks!
Nettie

Kelly said...

I have been wanting Julie Hermans book "Skip the Boarders" but just haven't broke down to buy it. Would love any of the books your giving away.

Lindsay Conner said...

I love Block Party :)

Kelly Smith said...

I hoard books like I do fabric. I love 99 Modern Quilt Blocks, anything by Elizabeth Hartman and Angela Walters.

Suzanne said...

I don't have any of these books but the book quilts without borders is one that I would like to own. Thanks for the giveaway.

This Dog's Mom said...

Thanks so much for this generous giveaway. My favorite book changes often. Right now it's Ricky Timm's Convergence Quilts.

denise galatis said...

well, "skip the borders" sounds like my kinda book.. the only one i have is "where women create"and i love that!!! gets me in the mood to tidy up and get going!!

Judy Oswald said...

I have soooooo many favorite books that it is way to hard to pick one!
What a lovely gift these books will make for the lucky winners.
Thank You!
Judy

Lisa C said...

Thank you for the chance to win. I have totally enjoyed Sunday Morning Quilts over and over again. Happy Sunday to you.

sandyandcosmo said...

My favorite is The Modern Quilt Workshop.It's detailed and concise with full size templates, and I love the graphic qualities of modern quilt designs.

sew.darn.quilt said...

I'm wanting to delve into modern quilts this year and would love anything pertaining to that like Diamond Modern Patchwork!
Thank yioiu so very much for the chance to win one of these bundles.
My favourite for the holiday season is my copy of Linda DeBono's Merry and Bright.

Béa said...

All Kim Diehl books, thanks for this fantastic giveaway.

Jess said...

My favorite quil book es Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting .

AudsMom said...

I really love the Sweet Celebrations book. What a great giveaway ... thank you!

Sharon said...

Wow what a great opportunity, thanks! But I have to be honest: I love learning so my favorite book would be the one I am working with at the time. The way I work it is if I have learned something valuable from each book I have then I keep it for 6 months to make sure I have it down right and then it goes to my library if it is something that someone else would like to learn then after 6 months I will loan it to that person. For all other books that I really did not get the concept or like what I did I will pass it onto our Kids group that are learning to quilt and they get to add it to their library. So it is a win win for more than just me. Believe it or not I have been doing this for years and I have never had a book not come back to me that I have loaned out. Right now I am into FMQ and would love to win any of those books. Have a great day

ToniP said...

At the moment my favorite is Natalia Bonner's Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting

Anonymous said...

I love Simplify by Camille Roskelley. I have just started to learn about quilting, and the Vintage Modern fabric line was what first inspired me.

Beach Angel said...

I like the Tula Pink book I recently got.

hollyvan @hotmail.com said...

I don't have any particular favorites right now but I see a couple in those groups that are on my to get list.... sweet celebrations and the no borders!

Lori S said...

It is hard to choose, but I think I would have to say Kim Brackett's Scrap Basket Sensations. So many wonderful patterns there. Thanks for the chance to win.

Evucha said...

Hola, soy de Argentina, no sé si puedo participar. tengo muchos libros favoritos pero el que más me gusta es "The Quilter's album of Patchwork Patterns" de Jinny Beyer. En fin, si no participo o no gano, me gusta mucho la página, y estoy suscripta a todas las publicaciones. Les envío un cordial saludo desde Argentina. Cariños. Eva

Cathie said...

What a great contest. Quilt books are so much fun to read and gain knowledge and inspiration! As the librarian for our quilt guild I am always on the outlook for books that will appeal to multi levels of quilting expertise. Any of these would be fabulous to have on our shelves. Probably my personal favourite is "Fat Quarter Quilts" and subsequent editions. The versatility of small pieces of fabric for fun, quick projects keeps me intrigued.

RoseofSharonStudio said...

Jan Krentz "Lone Star and Beyond"

Debbie Y said...

There are many I love, but I have to say Skip the Borders has made a huge impact in my quilting life. I love quilts without borders and love making them! Thanks for a great giveaway.

valerie boudier said...

My favourite quilting book is Katherine Guerrier's Scrap quilt aensations

Miss Nancy said...

I would like Sweet Celebrations and Skip the Borders the best but I would like the machine quilting books as well. Thank you for this great giveaway!

StitchenTigger said...

I don't have a favorite book since I am just beginning to quilt and build a library. Any of the titles you showed would be a great start. Thank you for your generosity.

holly k said...

Material Obsession! Just looking at the cover makes me want to go sew! What a great giveaway and standing ovation to all creative designers out there who put these lovely books together! :)

Brita said...

I don't own any of these -- yet -- but "Skip The Borders" has been tempting me since it came out. Borders are such a chore to me!

Kim Lundstrom said...

I love, love, love quilting books and magazines! Old or new, I love them all! My favorites are any of the books by Kim Diehl. She has a traditional, primitive yet colorful style.

Kim Lundstrom
Lundstromkim63@aol.com

AddieNCE said...

I just loooove Pieced Hexies Quilt Book (Kansas City Star Quilts, Mickey Depre)... soooo many new possibilities!

debbymom said...

I looked at my collection of books and the one that resulted in the MOST quilts for me is Ami Simms Picture Play Quilts. I was a nut for kids and novelty prints for SOOOO many years. I'd like to think I've grown up, but it was sure nice pulling that book out and paging through it just now -- like visiting an old friend.

Gabrielle Robles said...

most favorite I own now...Angela Waters FMQ book because of it's wonderful content, clear instructions & design. Thank you for letting me be a psrt of your giveaway.

sandi s said...

I love Lynda Hall's books an patterns. Her new one Quick quilts to Inspire Family Traditions would make a great addition! Thanks for the chance to win.
szil949@yahoo.com

Kathryn said...

I recently bought Skip the Borders and have made several quilts from it. Great book.

Sophie said...

So many great books. the first book on my wishlist is A Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting.
Thanks so much.

wanda said...

I love so many. I guess Shirt tails 1 & 2. Thanks for the lovely give away.

Linda J said...

My favorite is Moda Bake Shop's Fresh Fabric Treats........I've made several things from it. I love the variety of projects!!

Donna W said...

I love books! Sweet Celebrations is my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win.

Darlene Fel....... said...

I have a number of them I really like but one I have used lately is "The Border Workbook" by Janet Kime. I also check out a lot of books from the library and I like Free-Motion Quilting Made Easy by Eva Larkin. I LOVE books!

Sarah_L_N said...

I don't have that many yet, but my brother bought me Hexa Go-Go for christmas and I love it!

Sally Nicol said...

My current favourite is Elizabeth Hartman's Modern Patchwork but I have a few of your giveaway books in my Amazon wish list, especially Aneela Hoey's book and the moda Bakeshopmbook.

Alisa @ KnitSpinQuilt said...

I think my favorite quilting book has to be a compromise between Elizabeth Hartman's Practical Guide to Patchwork and 200 Blocks Book from Quiltmaker Magazine.

Kathleen O'Grady said...

I would love to have Sweet Celebrations and Little Stitches. there are so many wonderful books it is hard to pick just one.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

My all time favorite book would be anything from Blackbird Designs. I also have most of the Minick and Simpson books and would love to win a copy of their latest! Thanks for the chance!

Nita said...

My favourite books are the ones that tell a story or give some history in addition to the patterns

Michelle said...

I would like to own a book on Free Motion Quilting. So Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting would top the list. hahne7@yahoo.com

Debbie said...

Quilts from the House of Tula Pink is my favorite so far. Thanks for the chance to win!

Ivona said...

My favorite quilting book is Let´s Twist by Marsha Bergren. Greetings from Slovakia :-)

Coffee Break Whatever said...

My fav is "Quilter's Mix and Match Blocks" over 200 block patterns (50 patterns,each with 4 different color schemes) I have made many, but would sure like to branch out and learn different techniques. Everyone you have here sounds great!

Pinspot said...

I don't have any quilting books, so I don't have a favorite. Being pretty new to quilting, a great book would really help me. Keeping my fingers crossed!

Linda said...

Oh Please, Please don't SKIP over me for the winner of the quilt book "Skip the Borders" by Julie Herman! I can't wait to try her technique!

Karen Stewart said...

I love all of the moda booksthat give me ideas on how to use jelly rolls and layer cakes!!!

Margareta said...

I don t have any of this, but I would love to have The Begginers guide to free motion quilting

TisaIrish said...

I am so wanting a copy of Skip the Borders after leafing through it at our Guild meeting.

Stephanie J said...

I would love the book Aneela Hoey's Little Stitches, or Natalia Bonner's Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting.However any of the books would be awesome!!!!

debbiekl said...

Wow - so many great books! I don't own any quilting books now, but I'd lve to try some. Homestyle Quilts: Simple Patterns and Savory Recipes sounds very nice. Thanks!

Cynthia Brakeman said...

There are so many, Sweet Celebrations is definitely ine of my favorites as is Sunday Morning Quilts, love all f the ideas for the huge pile of scraps I have!

Jeanne Gwin said...

Some call it a magazine, I call it a book. I am crushin' on my newest edition of Primitive Quilts and Projects. Has features with Kim Diehl, Pam Buda and Lynn Hagameir. Love it and reread dozens and more times. Thanks

tlcala4me said...

I have three favorites right now, but I'll try to be good and give you only one: Fresh*Quilting-Fearless Color, Design & Inspiration by Malka Dubrawsky.

Jeanne said...

I don't have a favorite book but these all look like great books to have. Thanks for the giveaway.

Florence said...

It's hard to choose one ! I like Quilting from the little things de Sarah Fielke ...

punkypurls said...

I love the Material Obsession books and the Farmer's wife quilt block book. Thanks for the chance to win.

Kathy H said...

My favorite quilting book is "quilts from the Quiltmakers's gift." All of these books are wonderful too.

Clare said...

My fav. books are the modern ones and Moda bakeshop is always inspiring! This would be an awesome prize for any quilter. Thank you so much for the opportunity!!!

Sheila Galindo said...

I would love to have the Moda Bakeshop Book, Sweet Celebrations. It looks like it would have lots of fun projects in it.

Chelle said...

I have many that I go through on a regular basis. It would be hard to choose a favorite!

Doreen said...

Aneela Hoey's Little Stitches! I would so love to give this book to my grand-daughter. She is 9 and has just started to learn embroidery. Aneela's designs are so sweet. It makes me so happy to see younger generations showing interest in these fine arts.

Cathie in UT said...

It is so hard to pick a favorite but one that I refer to over and over is the Fons and Porters the Quilters Complete Guide. I use it to refresh my mind on all kinds of techniques and for beginners it is an excellent over view of all aspects of quilt making.

Jennifer Mansfield said...

I really love The Quiltmaker's Color Workshop by Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr.

Golden Girl said...

Books rock :)

SewBlinkey.blogspot.com said...

I don't have any of these books but sure would love
Beginners Guide to Free Motion as a newbie quilter. Thanks for the chance to win.

Alicia said...

Scrap Basket Surprises by Kim Brackett

Mull3g said...

The FMQ would be a welcome addition, as It's on my wish list, but the book I'm loving at the moment is Sunday Morning Quilts as it has really help me organise and use my scraps.

Anne said...

Choosing just one favorite book is hard. I love all Kaffe Fassett books because I never tire looking at all the wonderful fabric combinations and colors he uses. But the book I'd most like to own right now is Nancy Crow by Nancy Crow. She's such a prolific innovative art quilter, and yet her work is so inspiring in terms of composition and improvisation for the modern quilter.

Judy said...

I don't have to many books, more magazines but I have a new book to me. "Crazy 'til the Cows Come Home" by The Buggy Barn"

Ben D said...

"Big Blocks, Big Style" appeals to me.

Sandy said...

Love Simplify with Camille Roskelley. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

quiltgirl74 said...

I have quite a collection of quilt books. Right now, my favorite is "Schniblles Times Two". I love using charm packs and layer cakes in my quilts. I have made several already and have plans for all the rest in that book as well.

Mary Ann R said...

My favorite quilting book is "Simplify" with Camille Roskelley.

nashook said...

I guess my favorite right now is Dear Jane as it has been on my sewing table for over a year now! If I didn't move it over countless times to look at other books, I'd probably be finished with my DJ now!

Margaret said...

My favorite and most used is my Quilter's Bible. It has tons of quilting information and being a self taught sewer, I have used it often.

LZ said...

I am a quilt book collector, but feel like Simply Fat Quarters is my best all around go-to book. I have plans to make most of them.

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Diana Simmons said...

My favorite book is "Sweet Celebrations".

Steph M said...

My favorite quilting book has to be a Kim Diehl. I have 3 of them. It's hard to pick a favorite! Thanks for the opportunity to be a winner!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the nice book giveaway. Right now I like Material Obsessions.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the nice book giveaway. Right now I like Material Obsessions.

Sharon said...

My favorite book is "Quilter's Complete Guide" by Marianne Fons & Liz Porter. It is my quilter's bible for anything you want to know about quilting.

Lorri said...

I would love to have a copy of the Moda Bakeshop!

Mara said...

I don't have any quilting books, but I would love any of those that you have to share, thanks for the giveaway.

nanror said...

I don't have any quilting books yet...LOTs of magazines though! I would love to have the Sweet Celebrations though. I like how is has the different themes for the seasons.
Nancy

quilary said...

I'm using my "modern blocks" book a lot lately. It would be lovely to add some of those to my bookshelf - thanks for the chance :)

Paula said...

My favourite has to be The Quilter's Bible - How to make a quilt and much more by Linda Clements. It was the first quilting book I bought a couple of years ago. It was my introduction to quilting and I've been hooked ever since.

Laura said...

I've been eying Julie Herman's Skip the Borders!

Laura
quiltlakeside@gmail.com

Eileen said...

My current favorite is Elizabeth Hartman's Modern Patchwork. Love the clean look of these quilts.

Marguerite said...

Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting. I love learning books. I need quilting confidence. I think this one would help.

Kerry Young said...

I would love any quilting book but at the moment I'm loving Farmer's Wife

Jill said...

My favorite book is always the newest one I am reading and right now that is Civil War Sampler by Barbara Brackman. Thanks for the chance to win a bundle of great books. If I win, I am sure to have a new favorite book soon.
bantychicks(at)verizon(dot)net.

Niki Estes said...

What a fantastic giveaway! I am new to quilting. I've been reading the Quilter's Academy Freshman year book and it's loaded with information. I've learned a lot and am getting ready to jump in and start. :)

legato1958 said...

My current favorite is Sew Serendipity Bags by Kay Whitt.

Susie
legato1958@aol.com

Jennifer said...

I have a zillion books, but I guess my recent favorite is Scrap-Basket Surprises by Kim Brackett. Lots of fun patterns that look complicated, but they're totally not!

Lisa Cox said...

My favorite is Material Obsession by Kathy Doughty and Sarah Fielke

beckfamily8@cox.net said...

Such a difficult decision!!!Sunday Morning Best has to be the best choice for me because when I buy a book, I have to want to make several quilts out of the book, AND I like the fact that on the back cover, I can see all of the quilt photos.

nhlady said...

WOW!!! What a great giveaway!

My current favorite quilting book is Sunday Morning Quilts.

Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I am a 74 year old quilter who reads the books about free motion quilting but still can't do it. I need a new book.Thanks for your gifts.

Pink Scissors Design said...

Hexa-go-go!

Deborah
pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

lag123 said...

I love any of Bonnie Hunters books!

lag110 at mchsi dot com

Mi Ha-Pea said...

How to choose! I am teaching myself to embroider so this minute it is the Little Stitches that stands out but each one is one my birthday wish list! I just need the hubby to get online.....

Kathie said...

It's hard to pick just one but I'd have to say Sweet Celebrations.

Joanna Jenkins said...

At the moment I'm loving "Skip The Borders" and am making one of her quilts... the brown one with the blue/green corners. Love it!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Lori W. said...

My favorite quilting book is Simplify by Camille Roskelley. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway!

Marcia Freitas said...

Adorei o doce celebrações...Estarei esperando por eles...

Michelle Hudak said...

I really like Shape Workshop for Quilters.

thanks for the chance.
shel704 at aol dot com

Janine said...

Sweet Celebrations would surely be it. Such a great collection of books.

KathiB said...

I am new to quilting, and have fallen in love with modern quilting. I don't have any quilting books yet, so Modern Patchwork seems like a good 1st favorite.

Fankle said...

Simply Fat Quarters, or Pixel Play - it looks fun!

Laurie T said...

My favorite book is "The Quilt Bible" (even though I don't own it yet). Would love to win some of these wonderful books! Thanks for the chance to win!

Betty B said...

I'd love to have Red, White and Sometimes Blue. It's been on my wish list for a while now.

Leonie Dewick said...

Pam & Nicky Lintott's books are my favourite, I have 3 of them they are so easy to understand the one I am using at the moment is 2 from 1 Jelly Roll.

Sel said...

Too many choices!

I think I will have to go with the first quilting book I ever bought: It's Okay If You Sit On My Quilt by Mary Ellen Hopkins.

I'm sure it's old-fashioned and terribly "unModern", but it started me off with two of the first gift quilts I ever made, and has informed my quilting mentality for the last five years.

Plus, the name is adorable.

Learn How To Make Quilts said...

Sweet Celebrations by Moda Bake Shop

sue said...

Great giveaway. My all time favorite and one of my 1st books was Karla Alexanders Getting Started book (do not remember the title)

Kendra Vaughan said...

I'm new to quilting and only because I learned that someone like me, who has modern taste, can quilt with modern fabrics, colors, and styles! It's so exciting that I can't get enough. As for my favorite book, how can you pick a favorite when you are an absolute sponge, ready to learn from so many who know so much more than you? Thank you for the opportunity to learn!

Darly Dulion said...

You are so correct....there are sew many to choose from. One of my long time favorite quilt books is Block Party by Marsha McCloskey. It has 120 9" rotary cut blocks but also the templates if you choose. In addition to the block library it has a great section on setting ideas and easy design variations for designing your own quilt. There is a color photo of each block and alternate ways to make each block look by changing the location of the light, medium, and dark fabric. Easy to read cutting chart. I had the spine cut off and a spiral insert so I can lay my book flat open or stand up on my book holder. Thank you for the opportunity to win more new books. I love my quilt book library, so much versatile inspiration.

lauraluvsloons said...

My favorite quilting books are by Lynette Anderson like It's Quilting Cats and Dogs.

Annette said...

would love to win "Skip the Borders", looks great. Thanks for a chance to win.

Lisa E said...

What a great giveaway! I really like "Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting" which I own already.

Jill said...

I really love Simplify by Camille Roskelly.

Ned's Place said...

I have loved and made a few items from Simplify by Camille Roskelley, I enjoy making her patterns aswell.

So my Favorite book is Simply Retro by Camille becoming available in May

Sheree said...

Hmmm, such a hard choice. I would have to say at the moment The Civil War Sewing Circle by Kathleen Tracy is my favorite at the moment.

Cindy said...

I love all quilting books, but I'm curious about Modas celebrations.

maggie said...

Bonnie Hunter would be great, but any would be just fine. What a generous giveaway.
Cheers
maggie

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

Elizabeth Hartmann's first quilting book was MY first quilting book purchase - forever a sentimental favourite!

freakadoodles said...

My favorite is Elizabeth Hartman's The Practical Guide to Patchwork.

Terry Conner said...

I have seen some of Anna's embroideries that are too cute. I would love to win any of the books. Thanks for the drawing.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

I think my favorite quilt book is City Quilts by Cherri House. My most used quilt book is Simplify by Camille Roskelley

Christiana said...

I love the Material Obsessions books! So bright and cheerful. I also am a fan of City Quilts...

Thanks for the chance to win.

Delcia R. said...

My all time favorite quilt book is "A Bouquet of Quilts." The designs by Japanese women are exquisite yet based on quilt patterns we all know.

Thanks for the chance to win!

Carla G said...

My favorite right now is Skip the Borders! Thanks for a chance to win some fabulous books! :)

Unknown said...

My favorite quilt book is The Quilter's Ultimate Visual Guide, Ellen Pahl, Editor. This book is full of tips and techniques.

Debbie M said...

I have Sweet celebrations, got it from Amy Smart. My next project is the Reunion Quilt using Noteworthy (purchased from FQS)I would love to have the free motion book!

Marjorie Nath said...

To be really honest, I don't think I have any quilting books (unless there is an old one packed away in a moving box somewhere (from our move to Mexico 3+ years ago)I've just returned to quilting after a 25+ year absence, so right now I'm getting patterns on line, but I miss the feel of a book in my hands when I'm reading & hopefully absorbing information. So I would Love to win one of your giveaways so I can have some books to cuddle up with and hopefully love.
thelady(at)hotmail.com

Nancy said...

Sweet celebrations - I love the chefs creations!

quilt455 said...

My favorite quilting book at this point is Farmer's Wife Quilt book.I just love reading the letters and can't wait until I have time to make the squares.

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