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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!


  1. I don't have a favorite because I don't have them. But I've been really wanting the Beginners Guide to Free Motion Quilting and Sweet Celebrations.

  2. My current favorite is Rayna Gillman's "Create Your Own Free-Form Quilts." Not only is it eye-candy, she addresses the need to sometimes just sit down and sew mindlessly, rather than feeling like you have to make a masterpiece every time you enter your sewing room. Definitely takes the pressure off. I'm doing to try to do more of that this year. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. (oh — I don't have any of the ones listed above so I don't know which of those would be my favorite. I'd love to see the Beginner's Guide, though)

  4. I haven't really quilted before and I don't have any quilting books, so I don't have a favorite yet. I'm really wanting to make a cathedral quilt this year so maybe I'll catch the quilting bug.

  5. What a wonderful give-away! So many great books. I would love the stitching book, but would be happy with any! Thanks so much.

  6. My favorite quilt book is Tradition With a Twist by Blanche Young and Dalene Young Stone. Don't have it yet, but Skip the Borders looks really good too.

  7. A recent favorite of mine is the Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt book. I love seeing the stories that go with each block… even though I haven't made any of the blocks yet!

  8. My favorite is The Practical Guide to Patchwork by Elizabeth Hartman, I am a relative newbie and this book taught me how to quilt.

  9. I don't really have a specific favorite quilt book, however, my favorite type of quilt book are books that help to build technique . Right now I'm trying to perfect my machine quilting skills.

  10. My favorite quilting book is Modern Patchwork by Elizabeth Hartman.
    I would love to have Julie Herman's new book: Skip the Borders.

    What fabulous book bundles!

  11. I would love the Sweet Celebrations book one day, also Aneela's book of Sweet stitches although it isn't a quilting book it is just deliciously beautiful and inspiring. Thanks for the giveaway. It is not on the list but I love Sunday Morning quilts too.

  12. Have 'strayed' from quilting in recent years and now want to come home! So I'm not up on the latest books. This giveaway would be wonderful to remedy that. Thank you for the chance.

  13. The one I browsed the most is Material Obsession. The one I used the most is Carol Duke Sensational 9 patch stars ( paper piecing). Great list of books above … So much inspiration ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. I have no quilting books yet and have just started dabbling in quilting small items. I have the book Improv sewing which has a smidgen of freemotion sewing in it.

  15. My go to and all time favorite in my small library is Sue Abrey's Pick Four. I do so love Sue's book.

    I've not yet ventured into the world of free motion but have been having quite an "itch!" so I really would like to own Natalia Bonnor's Beginner's Guide to Free Motion.

  16. My favourite quilt book is The Quilter's album of Patchwork Patterns by Jinny Beyer but I love all types of quilting and embroidering books. Thank you very much.

  17. They all look great–I'd particularly love Little Stitches, Skio the Borders or Sweet Celebrations. My favorite quilting book, that I own, is Angela Walter's freemotion quilting book.

  18. I love Sweet Celebrations. However, I am always open to a new favorite. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for the chance to win some great books. Take care and God bless, Cory

  19. Barbara Brackman's Civil War Sampler is my current favorite. I like the tradition blocks for bed quilts, but like to try new blocks with bright fabrics for baby quilts. Thanks for a chance to win so of these great books. SWarren

  20. The book that I keep going back to is Fast Quilts from Fat Quarters by Barbara Chainey. I love the cutting directions and all the block diagrams.

  21. So many wonderful quilting books are out there…. how to choose. Recently, I picked up the Farmers Wife book and enjoyed the stories behind the blocks. I also love anything with pre-cuts…..also free motion books…. Oh gee…. I love them all!

  22. At this moment I'm loving the "Sweet Celebrations" book. I'm looking forward to getting Julie Herman's "Skip the Borders" book, next. Thanks so much, for such a great giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne

  23. I love Aneela Hoeys book, Little Stitches! Would love to get the Beginners Guideto FMQ though! Thank you for the opportunity!

  24. I don't have a favorite since I do not have any quilting books. I am a beginner (only one top put together so far). I would love to be entered for any of the book packages.
    Thank you for the oportunity.

  25. It's not sexy, but it is the book I keep going back to whenever I have a question about how to do something: _The Quilters Ultimate Visual Guide_. But I see lots of books on my current wish list in your groupings above! Thanks for the giveaway! ๐Ÿ™‚

  26. My favorite is The Encyclopedia of Classic Quilt Patterns. I'm sure that Natalia Bonner's Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting would also become one of my favorites.

  27. My favorite one is Better Homes & Gardens' "Complete Guide to Quilting."
    It had everything that I need to make a quilt and easy to read instructions with pictures.

    Thank you for the generous giveaway and the chance.

  28. The classic Maggie Malone's 501 Quilt Blocks book is the one I have referred to the most over the years. and I just purchased NB's Beginners Guide To Free Motion Quilting which I can't wait to try out. There are so many great quilting books!

  29. The classic Maggie Malone's 501 Quilt Blocks book is the one I have referred to the most over the years. and I just purchased NB's Beginners Guide To Free Motion Quilting which I can't wait to try out. There are so many great quilting books!

  30. With fabric & Thread is my current favorite but at the top of my really really want list would be "skip the borders" as I am a huge fan of julie herman. Also "sweet celebrations" and am REALLY looking forward to Sherri of a quilting lifes new book ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. Wow – what a generous giveaway! There are so many great quilt books available but the books that I pick again and again are Kim Diehl's books.

  32. The classic Maggie Malone's 501 Quilt Blocks book is the one I have referred to the most over the years. and I just purchased NB's Beginners Guide To Free Motion Quilting which I can't wait to try out. There are so many great quilting books!

  33. I'm a new quilter, so don't have a favourite yet – but A Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting by Natalia Bonner, would be brilliant
    Thanks for the chance to win !

  34. I love them all but if I can only pick one – I think Sweet Celebrations with the Moda Bakeshop Chefs – I love the quick and easy patterns using pre-cuts. What a great giveaway.

  35. I adore Sunday Morning Quilts By Cheryl! So hard to choose just one so I just picked the one i'm working from currently ๐Ÿ™‚ So many great ones out there and can never have enough ๐Ÿ˜‰

  36. My favorite quilting book is a huge hardcover one on antique american quilts. I'd check the title but there's a cat on my lap. I'm a modern quilter but there's so much inspiration to be found in those bold quilts!

  37. ooh, what an awesome giveaway! I don't any of the above you're offering, though there are a few on my want list! Of the books I personally own, I love Modern Blocks. I've used it a bunch for the many bees I've been in. I really want the Sweet Obsessions and the Guide to Free Motion Quilting, though.

  38. Don't really have a favourite as I love quilting and sewing books, but a book with lots of awesome projects in it is "Quilted Gifts from Your Scraps & Stash" by Drg Publishing. I got that for Christmas ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. I find I check out "Practical Guide to Patchwork" by Elizabeth Hartman from the library, quite often…it is so pretty, as well as full of good basic techniques. Wonderful giveaway, THANKS!

  40. I don't own any quilting books so I'd love to win one! The beginner's guide to free motion or sweet celebrations both look great:)

  41. I would love to win the 4th bundle, I love Moda bakeshop patterns, AND the book of Quilt designing lessons would be wonderful. I try to design quilts and never quite get to where I'm trying to go. And today is my birthday.

  42. What a fun giveaway! My all time favorite book is an oldie called The Quilt Engagement Calendar Treasury–it's the one I go to just to browse and dream. I also like Quilt Quilts Quilts and both the Material Obsession books.

  43. An older favorite would be Small Quilts The Vanessa -Ann Collection. Newer favorite ….. I just picked up copy of Sweet Celebrations with Moda Bake Shop Chefs.

  44. I tend to purchase a quilting book, then not use it. But I have to say I love Quilting Modern by Jacquie Gering and Katie Pedersen.

  45. My first quilting book and a go to on technique refresher, was a quilting book by Fons and Porter over twenty years ago. Would love to read and learn free motion quilting. I'm a bit intimidated. Thanks for a chance,

  46. Oh gosh, just one? I say the more the merrier I read them over and over again for inspiration I'll just pick the one next to me right now I'm working on Link to the '30s Making the Quilts we didn't inherit by Kay Connors and Karen Earlywine I love the quilt on the cover and I'm making that one currently (along with others).

  47. I really haven't seen a quilt book that I don't like but my go to book since I started quilting has been the Encyclopedia of Quilting.

  48. Wow what a brillant giveaway – thanks.
    My current favourite quilting book is Modern Block Party, some wonderful ideas and inspiration

  49. 40 Fabulous Quick Cut Quilts by Evelyn Sloppy. I'm working my way through that book and making all of them eventually! I've got 3 done and the fabric for a fourth.

  50. Wow, I'm surprised you could find a suitcase big enough to bring all these delightful books back. So nice of you to give them away too!

    I love checking out new quilting books, so would be delighted to win any of these bundles. But #4 catches my eye the most as I love the idea of seeing designers from Moda Bake Shop in a Book.


  51. OH my favorite bundle is the second , I would love to win that!!
    My favorite quiltbook at the moment is the new Sue Spargo book with all the embellishments, so Amazing.

  52. my favourite quilting book would be Stop go quilt sew by Angela Yosten , since I have a little boy, and a lot of projects I found on the web are girlie.

  53. My favorite quilt book would probably be Livin Large by Heather Mulder Peterson. I love all of her books! I am eager to check out Skip the Borders soon too. Thanks for a chance at this fabulous giveaway!

  54. I have two of Polly and Laurie's books and love their style and how they mix quilting and rug hooking for patterns. Would love the new one, The Spirit of Sacagawea.


  55. Choosing "Angels Among Us" by Nancy Halvorsen from "ART-TO-HEART" is my favorite all time book. Our DD has been our "Angel" for many years, always looking down on us from Heaven.

  56. Oh my goodness – there are so many awesome quilt books and it is impossible to pick a favorite. I recently bought Modern Quilts from the Blogging Universe and it is fantastic – almost every quilt in that book is one I would like to make! Thanks for the chance to win more excited books!

    caribousmom (at) gmail.com

  57. I would love any of the above bundles but my favorite book and myFIRST quilting book was 200 Quilting Tips, Techniques &Trade Secrets by Susan Brisco. It is what started me quilting and is an outstanding reference book!

    Thanks for this great opportunity

  58. Material Obsession is my favorite by far. Love, love, love it. All of Sarah Fielke's books are just so full of beauty!

  59. My favorite so far has been Simplify by Camille Roskelley, but I can't wait to start my Farmers Wife Quilt and the Civil War Love Letters quilt.

  60. My #1 on my wishlist is Skip the Borders Quilt Book That Patchwork Place, Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts!
    Thanks for another awesome giveaway! yall are seriously the best!

  61. OH, what an exciting giveaway. I don't have this book yet but one day and it is Some Kind of Wonderful Quilt Book
    Kansas City Star Quilts, Anni Downs

  62. My current favorites (yes plural) are any books by Bonnie Hunter, but I've been wanting Sweet Celebrations so so so much! Thanks for the chance to win.

  63. I love Sunday Morning Quilts, but I have several of these new ones on my wish list, especially Sweet Celebrations. ๐Ÿ™‚

  64. Sadly I do not currently have a favorite because I don't own any quilting books. I just do research online when I need some tips. I would love to have some of these books.

  65. My favorite quilt book? Usually the one I just bought! (In this case Free Motion Quilting by Angela Walters) My all time favorite, though is Quilts, Quilts, Quilts – I've worn that one to shreds and recommended it to so many people!

  66. The book I go to the most for inspiration and design is Elizabeth Hartman's Practical Guide to Patchwork. I have just started to make one quilt from it.

  67. I don't have a favorite but I have made several things from Skinny Quilts I & II. I have been eying some books on modern quilting or quilting with solids –

  68. I think my favorite book all time is Barbara Brackman's block book – now out of print – because from there I can make just about anything!

  69. I like Lynnette Anderson and Aneela Hoey's books and any book that is good for a beginner quilter.
    Wonderful, fun, giveaway! Any of those books would be wonderful to win. I don't have a one of them!

  70. I don't have a favorite quilting book. I'm pretty new to quilting, so thus far I've only gotten books at the library. I'd love to start my own collection of quilting books. Thanks!

  71. I do not have a favorite quilts book per say but I do favor Molly and Simpson designs. I would so lve to win the 2 nd or 3 rd set

  72. Most of these are on my wishlist! I don't have many quilting books, but my favorites are Jelly Roll Quilts and Pat Sloan's Fast Forward Quilts.

  73. I'm a book junkie so it is hard to pick a favorite but I use The Quilter's Ultimate Visual Guide the most often. It is an oldie but goody and should be in every quilter's library.

  74. my fav quilt book is the baltimore garden quilt book. i enjoy reading it, the pix are fabulous! would love to add a few of your books to my meager library.

  75. I have 2 Elizabeth Hartman books I really like. Both the Natalie Bonner and Julie Herman books are currently on my Amazon wishlist! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  76. I have seen Skip the Borders in a store and I would LOVE to win it. Thank you for the chance!

    tamiquilts at att dot net

  77. I love either of Elizabeth Hartman's books – especially The Practical Guide to Patchwork! I would sure love a copy of Natalia Bonner's new book. This is an amazing giveaway – thank you!

  78. Thanks for the great giveaway! I've been reading Farmer's wife Sampler Quilt and learning a lot about each block.

  79. What a generous giveaway! I really enjoy Lynda Hall….so the Deck the Halls book would be my pick…don't own it but love her blog and designs…my go to is not a book but Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine…love it!

  80. A favorite book- that is a hard one- I would have to choose Colloborative quilting by Freddy Moran and gwen Marston but I do have to say I am inspired in different ways by other authors too.
    Thanks for the chance to win some lovely books. You have a terrific shop.
    Regards from Alberta Canada,

  81. Haven't got any books, but would love to own some! I have a feeling "Skip The Borders" would be my favorite, then! ๐Ÿ™‚

  82. I would love a copy of "Little Stitches" but would be thrilled to win any of these books. Thank you for the chance to win.

  83. I guess my all time favorite quiltiing book was the first edition of "Quilts, Quilts, Quilts" by McClun and Nownes. It's layout and directions were a revolution. Carol Brown

  84. I love them all! I would have such a hard time picking a favorite. They all have their own personality, for whatever mood strikes you that day. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome prize and for being so generous!! xoxo

  85. As I rely on the library, quilting books can be limited. My favorite so far has been Quilting from Little Things by Sarah Fielke.

  86. I've enjoyed reading all the book titles in the comments. It's so hard to choose just one book. One that I find myself wanting to make many of the quilts is 40 Fabulous Quick Cut Quilts by Evlelyn Sloppy. Another favorite is Spotlight on Neutrals by Pat Wys.

  87. I love so many quilt books it is hard to pick one. At the moment I have been using city quilts so that is the one I will pick as my favourite

  88. I do not have any books at this time but winning one of these bundles would get me started in the right direction. Thank you for the giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  89. So many great titles in this giveaway! The favorite book in my possession would be Scrap Basket Sensations.

  90. Well right now I'm going to stick with Angela Walter's Free Motion Quilting as my favorite until I master some of those techniques! Thank you for the generous giveaway!

  91. My favorite quilting book is always my most recent book, so right now it's Barbara Brackman's Civil War Sampler that I received for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway chance – these all look great!

  92. Oh there are so many great books – I love them all!! I have loved the great baby-related projects in AMH's Handmade Beginnings. Beautiful!

  93. There are so many good quilting books out there it's so hard to pick just one!! I love The House of Tula Pink, both of Elizabeth Hartman's books, I'd say those are my top 3! I'd love to get my hands on Skip the Borders! Thanks for the chance to win some amazing books!!!!!

  94. My favourite book is Cathy Doughty's "Making Quilts…the promise of joy" but also there are other books that have inspired me a lot as well like the "Collaborative Quilting" by Freddy Moran and Gwen Marston! One book I would like to order in the future is "We Love Colour" by Susanne Woods. Thank you for the chance to win!

  95. I would be interested in Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting, because I am just starting to include a lot more patterns to my quilts. I believe that the "quilting" is just as important as the pattern, and I love the feel of a piece that has a lot of stitiching. It also adds texture to the project. Look at the Amish quilts. They're pieces are limited on the color, but amazing on the stitching.

    Debi Horne

  96. My favorite that I currently own is Camille Roskelley's Simplify, but I was just eyeing Moda's Sweet Celebrations at a local shop and am in LOVE! Such beautiful stuff.

  97. WOW, what a great giveaway! I'd love to win any of the 5 but especially #2.

    My favorite quilting book – that's tough, I have a lot of them, but I'd have to say Marsha McCloskey's Block Party is my favorite. At least it's my most used!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  98. Whew that's tough! Here's one that I still enjoy looking through, and have gotten lots of inspiration from: Little Quilts All Through the House.

  99. I only own 2 quilting books, none of them on your list, but of the two I am using Pictorial Quilts the most. I have several of the books in your giveaway on my wishlist that is for certain!

    ssparrowinflight (at) gmail [dot]com

  100. I think the one I go to most is Elizabeth Hartman's Practical Guide to Patchwork, but I love my Material Obsession books too.

  101. My favorite book is "Les รฉtoiles portent bonheur" by Reiko Washizawa (published by Quiltmania in France)because of the beautiful quilts, the detailed sewing techniques and pictues of front and back of every block. Thank you for the chance to win.

  102. I have many many to choose from. I collect them like I collect stash! An early favorite that is full of inspiration is "Big Book of Scrap Quilts" by Owens and Wilens, but I also love all of the Bonnie Hunter Books.

  103. It has been awhile since I purchased a quilting book, and sew would love to win one of these book bundles. My favorite quilting book is Harriet Hargarve's Heirloom Machine Quilting. Thanks for the giveaway.

  104. My favorite books seem to change from time to time….right now I'm loving Carrie Nelson's Spice of Life Quilts. Her sense of humor makes you smile. ๐Ÿ™‚

  105. I would love a chance to win the Sweet Celebrations book. My favorite, most used quilt book is by far Schnibbles Times Two. Love that book!

  106. My all time favorite is Simplify by Camille Roskelley. And I'm dying to get my copy of Simple Retro.
    But from your collection I wuld ick Little Stitches by Aneela Hoey.

  107. My favourite quilt book is Barbara Brackman's 'Quilts from the Civil War', it's been out for a while, but it is my favourite. Thanks for a chance to win in this giveaway!!

  108. Wow, look at all the comments! I own many quilting books, but one of my favorites is a fairly recent purchase called Folk Quilt Applique by Clare Kingslake. Every time I leaf through its pages I am inspired to create!

  109. Hi! Thank you for these great giveaways!
    I would have to say, Laurie Simpson and Polly Minick's The Spirit of Sacagawea would be my favorite of all the books you have pictured…
    Take care, Leslie

  110. Wow, favorite book? There are so many I really, really like. Just now I've discovered an old copy of Georgia Bonesteel's Easy Does It Quilts. It's very fun!

  111. I don't think I'd be able to pick a favorite but the one I'd most want to get my hands on is Skip th borders bu Julie Herman.

  112. I would love to have Aneela Hoey's "Little Stitches" I have loved her little children from the first time I saw "Little Apples".

  113. My favourite is Schnibbles Times Two by Carrie Nelson. Lots of do-able projects, really clear instructions, and you can choose between making a big quilt from Layer Cake squares or a little quilt from Charm squares. Love it!

  114. I love Denyse Schmidt's Modern Quilts Traditional Inspiration. I love to look at it when I am overwhelmed by scraps and WIPs and fabric I want to buy. It quiets me and reminds me what this quilting thing is all about. ๐Ÿ™‚

  115. I think a favorite for me would be modern patchwork but I sure would love any of them. Thanks very much for the chance to win one of these great bundles of books. Wow…

  116. wow what amazing prizes,my favourite quilt book is Fresh Fabric Treats by moda Bake shop,thankyou for a chance to win such wonderful prizes.xx

  117. Right now I am learning free motion quilting so the book "Beginners Guide to Free Motion Quilting" would be very useful ๐Ÿ™‚

  118. My favorite that I have purchased so far has been The Farmer Wife Sampler. I've not yet got all my blocks made but I love looking through the book and reading the stories.

  119. I just got Simplify by Camille Roskelley for Christmas and I love it. All of the books you are giving away look fantastic! Thanks for the chance!

  120. My 20-something son just gave me Free Motion quilting by Natalie Bonner for Christmas, so I'm looking forward to checking that one out. I'm going to say the Sweet Celebrations would be my favorite to win in a stock of books!

  121. WOW! What an amazing giveaway. My favourite book at the moment is Some Kind of Wonderful by Anni Downs. I've made quite a few things from it. Thanks for the chance.

  122. I don't own too many quilting books, but one I have used is Jelly Roll Quilts by Pam and Nicki Lintott.

    Would LOVE to win some new ones!

  123. My favorite on my shelf is Sunday Morning Quilts, for the chatty tone of the writing and the stash organization tips. Although I haven't used any of the patterns, yet.

  124. I think my current favorite book is Natalia Bonner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting. I recently tried my first free-motion quilting project, and it went so well I will be doing more. My confidence recieved a huge boost. Thanks!raybanfandango at hotmail dot com

  125. My favorite quilting book is sentimental, Eleanor Burns Log Cabin. I could not have made this quilt without the book, many years and many quilts ago. I took a class a couple years ago and had Eleanor sign it, that has made it even more special. Very nice give-away!
    Beth F.

  126. My favorite right now is Angela Walters first quilting book…I would love to have the Moda Sweet Celebrations, or just about any of the ones in the bundles.

  127. My favorite is the pattern book to The Quiltmakers Gift. The instructions are easy to follow and the photos are fabulous!

  128. It is so hard to pick just one. The one I use all the time as a reference book is BH&G Complete Guide to Quilting – love those charts!

  129. My favorite book right now is Scrap Basket Surprises by Kim Brackett. I am really enjoying working on a project from her book and I look forward to her next book coming out soon.

  130. Favorite quilting book?? No favorite, I love ALL mine. Eleanor Burns and Carol Doaks are right on the top though. I'd love the free motion quilting one…. I hope I win, I hope I win, I hope I win! lol

  131. I really don't have a favorite book, and my library collection of quilting books is not large so it would be sweet to win some! Thanks for the chance!

  132. My favorite quilting book is "Quilter's Complete Guide" by Fons and Porter. It taught me so many things when I really started to quilt as a teenager and I think so highly of it that I will actually lend it out to choice friends to help get them started quilting. I have had it for over 15 years and I still can say that about it. -Jen Jeffery

  133. Based on all the reviews, I believe that Modern Patchwork would be a favorite of mine. I don't really own any quilting books, just a few magazines that people sent me when I was sick last year. ๐Ÿ™‚

  134. I received "Sunday Morning Quilts" for Christmas but have not started anything yet. Love the modern designs and the use of scraps of which I have plenty!


  135. I would have to say my favorite quilting book is an old book that taught me to hand quilt, "That Perfect Stitch" by Roxanne McElroy. Even if I haven't hand quilted anything in years, I'm glad I learned.

    ginger c at gmail dot com

  136. I just love Material Obsession. It so inspires me and is just wonderful eye candy to dream about. thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

  137. I have a few books, but ould have to say my favorite is,Simplify With Camille Roskelley. Since I only have a few I would love to win one of these collections you are giving away. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

  138. My favourite is City Quilts, as its the first book that I actually want to make EVERYTHING from! My (very) close second would be Fat Quarterly Shape Workout, as there are just so many blocks to try, and all so gorgeous!

  139. Choose just one? Sorry, it's a toss up between Barbara Brackman's Encyclopedia of Pieced Patterns (which I guess can be eliminated because we now have Block Base") and Jinny Beyers Blocks and Borders (because Barbara and Jinny enabled me to become a quilter "way back when."
    I would love the opportunity to spend enough time with some new books to be inspired in new ways!

  140. My favorite book is 50 fabulous paper-pieced stars carol doak, is one of the first I bought, and I still marvel.
    I love the log cabin.

  141. My favorite is Material Obsession. I also love some of the books that show a variety of art quilts, can't think of any names right now. Thank you for a generous giveaway.

  142. Awesome giveaway. I'm new to quilting so I don't have a favorite yet, but I would love Little Stitches or Sweet Celebrations!

  143. I recently got a border workbook and it is one of those go to books when you need to know what to add next to a quilt. Love it.

  144. My favorite quilting book is Modern Basics by Amy Ellis. I would love to win any of those stacks of books! Thanks for the chance to win!

  145. I don't own too many quilting books yet, but my FAVORITE so far is Simply Fat Quarters! The patters all totally appeal to me, they aren't too terribly complicated and each one is shown in several sizes. I do love this book!

  146. I love all quilting books but I would say right now my fave is Barbara Brackman's Civil War Sampler…very cool! Thanks for the giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  147. I'm very new to quilting and because there is so much information on the Internet I've never even looked at a quilting book!! It would be great for me though, to learn new techniques and styles. Thanks!!

  148. Such a great give away. Thank you!
    I have always enjoyed the Quiltmaker's Gift series – the story book and the quilt pattern books.

  149. I'm new to quilting so have just started building up my library but my favourite so far is camille roskelley's simplify and my favourite fabric designer is aneela hoey!

  150. I have many favourites, but lately it has been Some kind of Wonderful by Anni Downs. Just love to browse through it, over and over again.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  151. What a fabulous collection of books! It would be wonderful to win one. My favorite quilting book is one I have had for a long time called Classic Patchwork and Quilting by Margit Echols.

  152. This is a terrible thing for a quilter to admit, but I don't own any quilting books! I think, though, that if I had to pick a favorite on my wish list it would have to be "Geared for Guys". Thanks for the chance to win!

  153. Wow! Thank you so much for the giveaway!
    My favourite quilting book is Pumpkins & spice, by Terri Degenkolb (Whimsicals)

    Best wishes,

  154. I'm usually drawn to Kim Diehl, Kansas Troubles & Renee Nannerman; but, I can't stop looking at & falling into quilt envy with Julie Hermans latest "Toes in The Sand" BOM. Ummm,good bye budget, and hello JayBird design ๐Ÿ™‚

  155. I don't really have a quilting book. I have Amy Butler's style stitches and a quilting block book but no quilting book. I have wanted to try out Modern Patchwork but that has yet to come ๐Ÿ™‚

  156. Like many comments before this one, I also have a hard time picking just one book as my favorite. But, I'll follow the "rules" and select one I am currently using a pattern from – At Home With Country Quilts by Cheryl Wall. Thanks for the chance to win some new books!

  157. What a great givaway! My favorite book is Malka Dubrawsky's Fresh Quilting – great projects and overall a beautiful book ๐Ÿ™‚

  158. I absolutely love "Baltimore Beauties and Beyond" by Elly Sienkiewicz, I have most of her books and love to applique. So I certainly would love some new books to expand my quilting knowledge.

  159. Wow, what a great giveaway. Quilters Complete Guide, by Porter and Fons was my first quilting book, and it's still a favorite. I would love new books, they all look great.

  160. ๐Ÿ™‚
    I'm not sure if this is open internationally, hope so
    I don't have a favorite book, but have been looking at some of them in the web, and "The Spirit of Sacagawea" looks like a good one to have
    thanks for the chance

  161. I would love Sweet Celebrations by Moda Bakeshop Chefs. I love to buy layer cakes and jelly rolls so I'd love some new patterns.

  162. I love books. I collect quilting books like many who collect cookbooks. I love the ones that tell a story, give a background for the inspiration of a design. I'm 57, but adore anything with the new modern quilting theme. I also love interior design so "Where Women Create" would be a great pick. Thank you for divulging your "confession". You're very generous.

  163. I have Pam & Nicky Lintott's More Layer Cake, Jelly Roll & Charm Quilts. I found it at at yard sale! Am using it right now. So many titles, I would love to live in your house!!!!

  164. The quilt book that I use the most is The Quilter's Catalog by Meg Cox. Lots of wonderful articles, but her section on binding a quilt has very clear diagrams of making a mitred join of the two ends once you've sewn the binding all around. Thanks for the great giveaway – I love quilt books.

  165. My favorite quilting book (at the moment) is Civil Was Sampler by Barbara Brackman. I'm doing the blocks in a more modern fashion and loving how they're turning out!
    Thanks for the fab giveaway!

  166. I have a few good quilt books but my current favorites are the Simple Series by Kim Diehl. I have them all and love them. Have been wanting to get Sweet Celebrations though. Thanks for a chance to win.

  167. 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.

  168. 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.

  169. 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!

  170. 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.

  171. 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

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

  173. 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!

  174. 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.

  175. 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.

  176. I don't have any of these books, but Sweet Celebrations I would love to explore more

  177. 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

  178. 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.

  179. 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!

  180. 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!

  181. 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.

  182. 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!

  183. 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

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

  185. 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!

  186. 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!

  187. 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.

  188. 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…

  189. 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.

  190. 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.

  191. 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.

  192. 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!!

  193. 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!

  194. 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.

  195. 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.

  196. 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

  197. 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.

  198. 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!

  199. 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.

  200. Hola, soy de Argentina, no sรฉ si puedo participar. tengo muchos libros favoritos pero el que mรกs 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 pรกgina, y estoy suscripta a todas las publicaciones. Les envรญo un cordial saludo desde Argentina. Cariรฑos. Eva

  201. 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.

  202. 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.

  203. 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!

  204. 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.

  205. 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! ๐Ÿ™‚

  206. 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!

  207. 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.

  208. 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.

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

  210. 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!

  211. 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.

  212. 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!

  213. 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!

  214. 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!

  215. 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!

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

  217. 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!!!!

  218. 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!

  219. 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!

  220. 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

  221. 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.

  222. 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!!!

  223. 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.

  224. 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.

  225. 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.

  226. 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.

  227. 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"

  228. 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.

  229. 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.

  230. 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!

  231. 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.

  232. 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!

  233. 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.

  234. 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.

  235. 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 ๐Ÿ™‚

  236. 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.

  237. 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.

  238. 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. ๐Ÿ™‚

  239. 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!

  240. 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.

  241. 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.

  242. 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…..

  243. 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!

  244. 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.

  245. 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!

  246. 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.

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

  248. 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!

  249. 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.

  250. 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

  251. 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.

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

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  253. 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!

  254. 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!

  255. 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.

  256. 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.

  257. My favorite is a series called Quilter's Academy by Harriet and Carrie Hargrave. Thanks for the chance to win a set of great books.

  258. The first group with Cuddle Me Quick sounds great. Always need a baby quilt for someone.

  259. Sweet Celebrations is my favorite right now, I love how modern the patterns are and how everything is made from jelly rolls and charm packs, etc. I really need to work on my free motion quilting through so I'd love to try out that book! Awesome giveaway!!

  260. It is hard to chose just one book. I guess I would have to say the Reverse Applique book by Teri Tope Henderson. I have learned a lot from that one.

  261. I live in Venezuela and a good friend comes down here quite often from Rhode Island and brings me books I pay for. My latest addition to a considerable library considering where I live, is The Beginner's Guide to Free Motion Quilting which I just love and find so helpful. However, I would love the Moda Bakeshop Sweet Celebration book – just for fun and because nearly every time I love a new fabric, it's from Moda.

  262. I would say my favorite is Skip the Borders by Julie Herman. I have this book on my wish list and there have been many times I want to make a quilt and not have to worry about borders.

  263. What a fantastic giveaway. My favourite book of the moment is Frieda Anderson's book – Fabric to Dye For. I just love it, love it, love it.

  264. I have mostly magazines in my library, but one of my most looked at books is Heirloom Machine Quilting by Harriet Hargrave.

  265. I would love the beginners guide to Free Motion quilting. I have hand quilted EVERYTHING and would love to learn how to quilt on my new Bernina I got for Christmas!

  266. My favorite is Julie Herman's Skip the Borders Quilt book. I am not good at selecting the borders or doing the binding so I love a method without that step!


  267. What a lovely giveaway, as it's my aim to dedicate time to learn quilting this year! I have been reading alot of great reviews for the "Beginners to free form quilting", so that would have to be the perfect start, plus I love the look of 'Free form' quilting… xx

  268. just beginning to quilt, i dont really have a favorite yet! i would love to win these! they look excellent!

  269. I dont have access to quilt books and I depend on blogs and tutorials of which there are such excellent ones all around. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful giveaway.

  270. WoW! What a super duper giveaway! Great books! Fingers crossed that I'm one of the lucky ones!

    Thank you for an amazing giveaway and a chance to win. Five winners! Woot! Woot! You guys Rock!


  271. My go book is Angela Walters' Free Motion Quilting with Angela Walters. She does a great job of presenting patterns that are easy to follow and use.

  272. Which is my favourite? That's a tough one! From this selection, I think it would have to be Sweet Celebrations: so many great designs from a wonderful selection of creative people.

  273. Thank you for the opportunity of a Giveaway! My Favorite Quilting Book is by far "Mastering Precision Piecing" by Sally Collins. While she deals specifically with miniatures, the book reminds you of the gratification you obtain by truly being precise. It truly affected me as a quilter.

  274. I just started getting the quilting bug so any book would be helpful! If I have to choose one I'd pick Sweet Celebrations by Moda. Please help me add to my nonexistent library by picking me!!!


  275. I am a new quilter and have only two books – Fresh Fabric Treats by Moda and I Love Patchwork by Rashida Coleman-Hale. I would certainly love to add any of these books to my collection. Thank you!

  276. My most recent favorite is Free Motion Quilting with Angela Walters. Of those you listed, I'd love to have the Moda Bake Shop Sweet Celebrations and Spirit of Sacagawea books, I loved reading stories about her when I was a kid!!

  277. I would love to win a set of books. The Aneela Hoey's Little Stitches title looks like a very fun read. I love her embroidery patterns. Thanks!

  278. I have many books, but I don't have any of the books on your site! Lots of great new stuff around. One of my favorite oldies has been Carol Doak's 300 blocks book.

  279. My current favorites are both from Angela Walters! I love the way she shows you step-by-step how she does a design and her creativity is so inspiring!

  280. Books Books Books don't you just love quilt books. I am currently in love with Elegant Quilts, Country Charm by Leonie Bateman and Deirdre Bond-Abel. Lovely wool and cotton projects. Your book giveaway is heaven. I will make room on the ever crowded book shelve, just in case.

  281. While I don't own this book I have looked through it at a friends and it is on the top of my wishlist – Little Stitches Embroidery, Aneela Hoey.

  282. Hi, sou um quilter iniciante e nรฃo conheรงo muitos livros, mas acho que Aneela Hoey de Pontos pequenas seria um รณtimo livro.
    Ficaria muito feliz em ganha-lo e poder aprimorar meus conhecimentos.

  283. I am starting to collect quite a few books and I actually use them! Elizabeth Hartman's books are two of my favorites.

  284. My favorite book that I own is Sunday Morning Quilts, but next on my list to buy (wiping drool) is Beginners Guide. Winning would allow me to spend that money on…you guessed it, more fabric!

  285. What a hard question. I could probably make dozens of quilts using Carol Doak's 50 Fabulous Paper Pieced Stars though.

  286. There are a few I use more often than others. One is The Quilter's Ultimate Visual Guide by Ellen Pahl. One is
    101 Fabulous Rotary-Cut Quilts by Judy D. Hopkins and Nancy J. Martin. And Quilts! Quilts!! Quilts!!! by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes has the pattern for my "first" quilt (which I've been working on since 1998…. over 1,000 hours and still going.)

  287. Good afternoon. I love Material Obsession 1. It was the first quilting book i bought and the better. Thank you very much for these oportunity.

  288. My favorite book right now is Brenda Manges Papadakis's Dear Jane. I love these little blocks. Evey block I finish I'm amazed what a quilter she was, not to have had all the tools we have today.I don't know how she did it.

  289. My favorite all-time book is Miss Rosie's Spice of Life book. But of these giveaway books, I would pick Sweet Celebrations. Thanks for this giveaway and your wonderful online store.

  290. I am just getting into quilting although I've been sewing for over 30 years. I just started reading Free-Motion Quilting and cannot wait to try some of the patterns out. I've done free-motion embroidery and love it. I am still learning, but there are a wealth of books out there to learn from!

  291. Although I like Lynda Hall's quilts, I like Kim Diehl's even better. So I would pick Homestyle Quilts by Diehl and Baker. Deborah (debbieklukas@gmail.com)

  292. My favorite and most used quilt books would be any of the books by Sally Collins. I go back to them again and again whenever my sewing needs a tune up.
    Of the books in your bundle, I have been considering buying Cuddle Me Quick since two grandchildren are expected this year. Thanks for the generous give away.

  293. My favorite book right now is
    Quilting Modern: Techniques and Projects for Improvisational Quilts by Jacquie Gering and Katie Pedersen.

  294. Sadly, I do not own many. I have a Quilt in a Day book that is Irish Chains… I do love that one. But I really want to get my hands on Tula Pink's book as well as Skip The Borders… =)

  295. I don't have a favorite as do not have most of the books in your list and have not read them. So, will answer the question with the one I most want to read: Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting Book, C&T Publishing, Natalia Bonner.