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Quilting Gallery Cookbook giveaway!

Are you looking for a last-minute gift for your quilty friends? Check out the Quilter’s Cookbooks filled with yummy recipes, quilts and heart-warming stories from quilters around the world. Michele from the Quilting Gallery  has professionally put together these fabulous books that can be downloaded instantly. The theme for the 2009 edition of the Cookbook was “Quick and easy recipes, so we can get back to quilting!”. It contains 119 recipes and 76 photos of gorgeous quilts. The theme for the 2010 edition is “Holiday Traditions”. It contains 135 recipes and 72 photos of gorgeous quilts.

To help celebrate the release of the 2010 edition, Michele has generously donated two sets of Cookbooks for my blog friends. We will have 4 total winners- 2 will receive the 2009 edition, and 2 others will receive the 2010 edition. To enter leave a comment on this blog post telling me your favorite Christmas song. The contest will close Monday, December 27th @ midnight CST.

 There’s more!! The Quilting Gallery is also celebrating their 3rd birthday/anniversary, and there are lots and lots of prizes to be won. But hurry you only have until Tuesday night to enter. Click here for the Party post!

104 comments

  1. I'm from Louisiana too! And it's not Christmas until I hear "Please Come Home for Christmas" sung by Aaron Neville. Thanks so much for the chance to win and Merry Christmas!!

  2. I love the "Little Drummer Boy"… but we can never get enough Jingle Bells and Frosty too πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the chance!
    hugs, margie
    (thebumblegirl@rocketmail.com)

  3. It's actually a Wiggles song that they did with Ross Wilson called "This little baby is born again", I think as a mother it just really touched me and got us back in touch with the real meaning of the season.

  4. JIngle Bell Rock always gets me dancing around wherever I am (even in public places, despite the inevitable stares). Thanks for the giveaway, and Merry Christmas!

  5. the little drummer boy. Somethign about thinking about baby Jesus "I am a poor boy too" and sharing the gifts you have within yourself

  6. "I'll Be Home for Christmas" is one of my favorites. It always makes me think about our Troops so far from home during Christmas. "Silent Night" is a long-time fav from childhood. Merry Christmas to you all.

  7. Silent Night is my favorite song – it plays on my mother's nativity scene music box. Would love a new cookbook! Thanks quiltgallery and happy anniversary.

  8. My favorite Christmas song is a French Canadian song that I sang when I was in Grade 1 and I was able to teach it to my class of Grade Ones this year for our Christmas production-the song Il est ne le Divin Enfant. A beautiful song perfect for children of the age 6 or but also for adults.

  9. I love a lot of different christmas songs…I truly start singing them even before Thanksgiving. I think one of my favorites is I'm Dreaming of A White Christmas. I also love the Movie White Christmas.

  10. Fabulous giveaway!!!! My favourite Christmas song would have to be "Let it Snow"…. "the weather outside is frightful…" I'll stop there πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance to win such a wonderful prize!

  11. I have several favorites, but two of them are – "Christmas Bride" sung by Ray Conniff- Since we just celebrated our 40th Wedding Anniversary on 12/18 – it was released about the same time we got married. Another one is "Christmas Eve in Washington" by Maura Sullivan because we live in the Washington, DC Metro Area. (Here it online at www(dot)christmaseveinwashington(dot)net)

  12. My favorite is Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee – When my dog was alive he always danced along with me and yipped at the same time as if he were singing along.
    Brenda Kowalski

  13. My favorite Christmas song is the Christmas Waltz sung by Nancy Wilson. So timeless and beautiful <3

    krencamp (at) gmail (dot) com

  14. I can join the group of those who love White Christmas! O Holy Night
    is also a favorite. I have just recently heard a lovely new song on uTube, Where's The Line To See Jesus? A child's question after seeing the line to see Santa.

  15. Being from the Netherlands my favorite Christmas song is "nu zijt wellekome" because we used to sing it in harmony with our whole school and it would sound and feel soooo christmassy!

  16. I love the traditionals carols from Spain

    "En el portal de BelΓ©n
    Hay estrellas sol y luna
    la Virgen y San JosΓ©
    y el niΓ±o que estΓ‘ en la cuna".

  17. Silent Night is my favorite because I learned to play it in the piano when I was little πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

  18. Isn't there an "I Hate Snow" xmas song out there somewhere?!

    I like Sleigh Ride by Johnny Mathis.

    My kids are suddenly ga-ga for Dominick the Donkey HEEhaw HEEhaw. lol
    πŸ™‚

  19. I love the "Little Drummer Boy. Thanks for all the great ideas and helpful hints in your blog.

  20. My favorite song is Away in a Manger. But I love all christmas songs, makes the season so full of anticipation of the Blessed Day.

    Love the chance to win some books!!

  21. Tough choice. There are a lot that I like equally well, and some that I just cannot stand!! I think I'll say "I'll Be Home For Christmas" is one of my top favorites.

  22. Silent Night has always been my favourite but for some reason this year I keep wanting to hear O Holy Night. Thank you for the giveaway!

  23. My favorite Christmas song is "O Holy Night". It quiets the seasonal noise and centers myself on the meaning of the holiday. The cookbooks look wonderful!

  24. Jingle Bells, ever since my kids were little and my (ok I'll be big about this our) eldest came home singing and I quote "Jingle Bells Batman Smells Robin Flew Away Kojak Lost his lollipop and didn't know where to stayyyaaaa" and they, cause by this time even the little one knew it. So I can never hear Jingle Bells without those words flying through my brain.

    Those cookbooks look amazing and I would truly love to win one – and I don't care which cause I am so new at this quilting thing but I am addicted already.
    Regards & Happy Holidays
    Patti xxx

  25. My favourite carol is "Hark the Herald Angels" and a favourite song is "Six White Boomers" an Australian song about Santa using kangaroos for his 'Australian run' because it's too hot for the reindeer.
    Happy Christmas and thanks for the great giveaway.

  26. I live in Australia with my Husband who's from Canada so I like 'Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire' it reminds us of our home and family in Canada.

  27. Kind of hard to choose just one, but it will have to be "Come on Ring those Bells" by Evie. Our kids just loved that song, and we'd listen to it often every year. One of the girls wanted to start the Christmas music in October! Each of the kids (now adults) got the Evie DVD from us one year for Christmas.

  28. I have loved "Oh Holy Night" since I was a little girl (MANY years ago). In recent years, "Cold Are The People" has become a close runner up.

  29. Mh favorite song has been "O Holy Night" since the very first time I heard it years ago when I was a little girl. As I learned to play the piano, this was the first Christmas song I learned. I could not wait for the holiday season so I could start playing that song and singing too.

  30. I'm from the Basque Country (Europe), so I think you won't know my favourite song which is "Hator Hator mutil etxera" (Come home boy). Thanks for the giveaway.

  31. I won one of the $50 gift cards that you gave to Michelle at the Quilting Gallery for the birthday party and I would like to say thank you! I have been looking and looking to see what I want to get with it and still haven't decided – you have so many pretty things!!
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/