Friday, August 19, 2011

100th post giveaway


This is my 100th post for 2011 and Tiger and I thought a giveaway was in order so here goes : )
If you follow my blog, I want to thank you for reading about my quilting/blogging journey.  I have a charm pack from Moda called Dogwood Trail by Sentimental Studios.  It is a bright, cheerful pack of pinks and greens and blues.

To enter please leave me a comment with ideas for using a charm pack.  Reminder....this is for followers of my blog and, of course, new followers are always welcome!


I will announce the winner on Wednesday, August 24th(comments close on Tuesday).


piece,
elizabeth

20 comments:

deserae said...

I love doing table runners with charm packs! quick and easy!

jennifer gail said...

They make pretty yo yo's. Thanks

Betty Lou said...

Congratulations on your 100th post in 2011, that's great. When I have one charm pack (which I love by the way) I usually make a simple Disapearing Nine Patch table topper. Just the right size for my square table. Would like to have one for each season and holiday, guess I better get busy.

Kathy MacKie said...

There are some real nice tote bags that can be made from Charm packs. Congrat's on your 100th post.

Lee Ann said...

I'd like to try making flying geese out of charm squares. I ran across an old blog post out there that talked about making them out of charm squares and a ruler (Fit to be Geese). Ever since, I've had an hankering to try making some. :-)

annmarie said...

To make charming quilts of course! I use them alot to make coin quilts for charity - fast & easy. And I follow you - congrats on 100 posts - you do a good job of it!

Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother said...

Would love to make a scrappy window covering for my daugther's 2x2 foot window (she also has a super large window too!). It needs something special and I think this would be just the ticket! I also follow you :)

Anita said...

You're so sweet! I think this would make an adorable spring runner. Thank you for a chance to win. =)

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I think this fabric would make a very cute tote, or a springy table runner. Thanks. I am a new follower :-)

Rosa said...

I`d love make a table runner or a bag.
I follow you.Congrats on your 100th post!!Thanks

robin said...

It would make a gorgeous baby quilt for a special little girl! :) Thanks for the giveaway chance, congrats on 100, and I'm a follower!

hueisei said...

I loves to make a pinwheel mini quilt :)
Thanks for a chance to win!

quilary said...

I like to use a matching gingham and just frame each square. Usually this makes a generous cot quilt or lap quilt. It makes up really quickly and looks fabulous. Congratulations on your 100 posts and thanks for the celebratory giveaway

Karen Wilson said...

At the moment I'm loving alternating a charm pack with 5" plain squares and putting embroidery/applique on them to go with the theme of the charm pack.

Congratulations on 100 posts this year!

Crooked Gulley Art Quilts - Mary Couch said...

So many great ideas for this beautiful charm pack. Some of it would go into a spring art quilt. It's also my daughter's colors, and so that might mean a cute purse for her.
Thanks, and hugs to you,
Mary

Christine M said...

Congratulations on your 100th post. I've been following you for a little while now but I'm not too sure if I've signed up officially. Blogger won't let me check at the moment. Would you believe I have never had a charm pack! I think I would make a table runner with one. Thanks for the chance.

Catskill Quilter said...

Lately, I seem to want to make pieced stars with charm packs --and I will eventually turn them into a scrap quilt!

Ann said...

It would make beautiful pinwheeels for a table runner or topper . Annie

Jeanne said...

This would make a cute tote bag with its vibrant colors and prints. Really like this fabric line. I am a follower. Thanks for the giveaway and congratulations on your 100th post.

bioyarn said...

1/2 square triangles come to mind for a value quilt!