Giveaway From The Quilting Garden!

Posted on March 13th, by Amy in give away. 112 comments

Today Ronnie, at The Quilting Garden is giving away an adorable Layer Cake and Gift Certificate!

Ronnie has taken her love of quilting, and created a thriving business!  The Quilting Garden, has a great selection of fabrics, a huge collection of patternskitsnotions, and thread too!  From my experience, Ronnie is quick to ship, and there’s always a great deal to be found too.  If you haven’t stopped by her shop lately, the site has been updated with a brand new look – be sure to check it out!

Little Apples :

This adorable Little Apples Layer Cake and a $25 Gift Certificate will be given to one of you!

To win, use rafflecopter to enter:

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I will select a winner on Monday, March 18th, 2013.

Good Luck!


112 thoughts on “Giveaway From The Quilting Garden!

  1. Sweet giveaway. I’m working on the top for one of this year’s end of year teacher gift quilts. I hope to finish it by the end of the weekend because I have 3 more to do.

  2. I’m working on 3 quilts, one hand quilted, beginning the FMQ on another (both queen size), and the third is composed of embroidered panels, called Betsy’s Closet.

  3. Right now I am hand quilting a Christmas quilt….and I have several items being sewn in the sewing room…table runners being machine quilted….a few quilts being pieced…thanks for this chance.

  4. I just finished the binding on my Scrappy Trip Around the World quilt. I am ready to make another :-) Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

  5. I just bought the hex-’n-more ruler and started sewing a hexagon baby quilt with ombre teal hexies and a black background. So far I’m loving it!

  6. I am using improv piecing to assemble a quilt back for a top I just finished. I have a deadline of April 6 to get the whole quilt done, which is a pretty tight timeline for me!

  7. I just finished a little blue elephant head in Minky that will be attached to a small Minky baby blanket (really a carry around “lovey” blanket). It’s very cute!

  8. I’m quilting my set of two Helix quilts at the moment, and I’m sewing the Honeycomb pillow along at Echinops and Aster. That’s plenty for now.
    Thanks for the chance!

  9. I’m working on some hand-applique this week. I found some cute fabric and am busy embellishing it before making it into two potholders for a dear friend. Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. I am working on a wall hanging for some newlyweds. Using blocks that their wedding guest signed for this project in mind.

  11. I recently finished a lap quilt for a Project Quilting challenge and I’m now sewing a scrappy quilt from a pattern I found on Moda Bake Shop.

  12. I’m working on a wall hanging, using the “Ray of Hope ” block by Carol Doak. Making it in mainly bright batiks and it will hopefully be a liberated flower when I’m done.

  13. I’m working on a quilt for the Quilts for Kids charity….for hospitalized kids to cheer them up! Thanks for the chance to win — I checked out Ronnie’s site and she has a great store!

  14. Absolutely love that fabric! Reminds me of my childhood playing in my grandparents and uncle’s orchards…and climbing humongously tall ladders! Now i live in the midst of hundreds of acres of orchards…all ones i get to enjoy the fruit of but don’t have to work as they belong to various generous neighbors. Thanks for the opportunity and have a great day. Mostly, i’ve been appliqueing blocks for my rose of sharon quilt

  15. My most recent finished sewing projects are mostly repaired denim pants (courtesy of an active little boy and hardworking husband). But I’m about to start cutting fabric for a quilt for my little niece who is due to arrive in June! :)

  16. I just started a celebrate seuss 2 quilt that was requested for a little one year old with heart and lung problems. I hope it will comfort him !

  17. I have a few projects in the works rt now. Making some grocery bags while coming up with a pattern for my daughter kite quilt.

  18. I’ve most recently sewn a cute bag for a friend of mine at work, and just before that a quilt for my sister’s 50th birthday. Thanks so much for the chance to win some cute fabric AND a gift certificate!

  19. I’m finishing a lap quilt in blues and purples I’m calling Shadows and next I’m starting one in yellows and oranges and greens I’m going to call Sunshine.

  20. I just helped a friend quilt a basketball quilt. One side was T-shirts, the other side actually looked like a basketball court. (with wood-plank fabric I found in my stash!)

  21. I am working on a scrap quilt, with pinwheel blocks, heart applique blocks, and 4 patch blocks. Now I am longing to do a tiny project, and then go back to the scrap quilt!

  22. I just finished up a pair of shorts for my son and now I’m working on a rain coat. Quilting has been put on hold so I can get some clothes done for my kids. :) Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  23. I am sewing string blocks, got caught up with the weekly Grandmother’s Choice block, and getting close to finishing hand-quilting a queen-size “Talkin’ Turkey” quilt (Bonnie Hunter design.

  24. Well, technically it really didn’t involve much sewing– but my friend and I got together last night and made tutus for ourselves! They are white and green and very festive– perfect for wearing to the St. Patrick’s Day run we’re doing this weekend. :)

  25. I just finished a baby quilt with prairie points surrounding a center if pinwheels. Very cute. Thanks for a chance to win my favorite fabric.

  26. i recently pieced together a backing for a quilt top i’ve had finished since 2009. now i’m ready to baste & quilt it!

  27. I have recently taken up quilting and by recently I mean that I havent even finished my first quilt top yet. I have only been working on it for about a week but I am in it for as long as it takes.

  28. The most recent thing I’ve sewn is a top for my guild’s charity quilt efforts. I’m making the back tomorrow! Thanks!

  29. I have been working on baby quilts. There were 5 babies born into our family last year. 3 are finished, but 2 of the babies came in December and with Christmas, the quilts are not completely finished yet!

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