Friday disappeared somewhere and it is now Saturday….
We have a great giveaway of our Contemporary Curved Quilts book with 5 Joel Dewberry fat quarters!  The book has 8 fun projects from pillow to quilt size, and the fabrics are that fun fresh floral that Joel Dewberry is known for!

To enter, please leave one comment 
about a favorite quilt you made 
or was given to you :-)

Good Luck!

~Sew Kind of Wonderful~

August 01, 2015 by Jenny



JanK said:

My mom made my favorite quilt that’s been given to me. It’s a super queen size 1"logs log cabin with stars on the outer border. It’s beautiful and was a gift long before I had any interest in quilting!

Nancy M.

Nancy M. said:

My favorite quilt is one of the 7 I have made for each of my grandchildren. This particular one has a nautical theme, I liked the colors, and I was ambitious enough to machine embroider his name, birthdate, time & place in the borders.

Linda W

Linda W said:

My favorite quilt that I made is the Double Wedding Ring in green and purple that is on our bed.


Jamie said:

My favorite is definitely Metro Hoops. Made it twice already…just love the contemporary feel of this pattern.

Susan Kelly

Susan Kelly said:

My favorite quilt that I made is a Lemoyne Star that was cut out of a tropical fabric using the stack-n-whack method.


Lora said:

I love Metro Hoops. So didmy dog Clara, who ate part of the pattern! I have to order a new pattern so I can make one for a friend. The curved ruler is great!


Teresa said:

I made an Urban Winter in red and orange. Absolutely beautiful and looks even better on my red dining room wall.

Sarah Barton

Sarah Barton said:

One of my favorite quilts I made was a signature quilt given to my oldest daughter for a wedding shower gift. I had my mother sign it, she had Alzheimer’s dementia, which is a precious memory.


Ileana said:

It is difficult to find a favorite quilt, it is like asking a mother who her favorite child is. They are all my favorites because they are part of my journey as a quilter, I love them all. That said, I have to mention my Bali Wedding Star. It was a challenge but it gave me my first Quilt Show Ribbon, a fist place blue ribbon by the way.

Katy M

Katy M said:

I have a lovely “bunting” style quilt that was a gift from my sister for my wedding that’s on my bed :) x


Caroline said:

I really have a thing for log cabin quilts and so many different versions have been made, its got to be my favorite. Ladies, your site is looking lovely and as usual I drool over the patterns. Thanks for this giveaway!


Becky said:

My mom made me a blackwork wallhanging that I will treasure forever. Her latest project is Urban Winter in orange & white, which she’s in the process of hand quilting with an orange big stitch—gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway!


Tina said:

I have two! One was a picture quilt that I made for my Grandmother when she was getting chemo. That was the first quilt I ever made. The second quilt was one where the pattern had you cut out all different sizes of fabric and then you put it all together and it was a sheep quilt for a friend’s rainbow baby. I was amazed at how all the pieces came together without the quilt being applique!


susan said:

My sisters made me my favorite quilt. It’s pinks and greens with a leaf fabric on the back. It’s on my bed right now.


Jenny said:

My favourite quilt would be a toss up between a hand pieced hexi quilt I made as a 14 year old from old shirts and scraps I could find anywhere, and the quilt that was always on my grandmother’s bed. It wasn’t special or even handmade but it will always remind me of her.

Mary Jo Uhen

Mary Jo Uhen said:

My favorite quilt is one given to me from my mother-in -law at the time of her death. She taught me to quilt over 35 years ago and left me with a love for all thing quilting. It is a small wall hanging


Kathleen said:

My favorite quilt was a sunflower pattern


Helen said:

My favourite quilt was one I made for my daughter. I was going though chemo at the time, and it kept me from getting too sad when my hair started falling out, I just kept on making that quilt, and knowing by the time it was finished my chemo sessions would be finished as well

Jeanne Hunter

Jeanne Hunter said:

My favorite quilt was made by my paternal grandmother that I never met. It was a sunbonnet sue pattern, I slept under this quilt as a child and it cemented my life long love of quilts. Now – time to make my granddaughter a quilt.

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