Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Timeless Treasures Giveaway

When Timeless Treasures sent me the fabric to make my Fat Flying Geese Quilt, they also included some extras.

From those extras I made the Wonky Block Baby Quilt which I recently posted about.


Plus, they included a few bundles which I'm sharing with you today!

The giveaway is closed.
If you would like these bundles to show up in your mail box, simply leave a comment. If you've made any sewing/quilting resolutions, I'd love to hear them! The giveaway closes on Friday. 

The products in this post were provided and sponsored by Timeless Treasures Fabrics.

210 comments:

  1. Terrific quilts, and what a fun giveaway!

    My sewing-related resolution: to finish up those UFOs -- some just need binding, a couple are basted and ready for quilting, more than a few are partial tops.... My goal is to have those finished up by November 1st.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Great quilts. I am purposing to finish up the ufo's that are stacking up! Not to say that I won't start something new, but just want to get the unfinished ones quilted. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I am using up scraps to make different things I haven't tried before. I have just finished a clam shell purse, a mini log-cabin cushion and plan to make a patchwork beach bag next.

    ReplyDelete
  4. My resolution is always, not just for the new year, to finish UFOs. But I always seem to have the need to start something new, so I'm afrai I will always have that stack of UFOs

    ReplyDelete
  5. My goal is for every 'new'fabric creation I hope to make 2 creations using scraps!
    Basically...to use as much fabric as possible! :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. My resolution is to make 3 of the quilts that I have the fabric for (some are even cut out). I have 8 that I have fabric and patterns for so once I make 3 (some are baby and some are lap), then I can treat myself to a fat quarter or two...

    ReplyDelete
  7. My goal this year is to be fearless! I need to dive into free motion quilting, curves, improv piecing and not be afraid of messing up. We all have to start somewhere, right?

    ReplyDelete
  8. my resolution this year is to spend less time swapping and more time finishing my WIPs. i started 2013 with not a single WIP and ended with seven. Oops.

    ReplyDelete
  9. My sewing resolution this year is to become more precise... no more laziness! if something doesn't match up just right... take a minute to rip it out and try again :D

    ReplyDelete
  10. My sewing resolution is to consume. I want to use up some of all the fabric I have collected over the years I need to start using it therefore consume. I also want to win a giveaway hehehe!

    ReplyDelete
  11. HI, my plan is to continue to perfect my FMQing>want it to look a little neater!
    Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, how I love dots!! My resolution for the new year is to complete more projects than I start!!

    ReplyDelete
  13. OMG - I love those polka dots! What gorgeous fabrics!

    I really love the fat flying geese quilt you made. I don't really do "resolutions" but I do want to learn how to paper piece this year.

    ReplyDelete
  14. I'm planning on finishing a UFO for every new project I start!!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Love your Fat Flying Geese quilt ... and the great fabrics. I don't make resolutions much anymore, but my GOAL is to spend less time puttering around and GET MORE QUILTS DONE !!! Thanks for the chance to win !!

    ReplyDelete
  16. Your Fat Flying Geese is superb! Love the value changes! I'd like to keep up with my making projects that at least 'begin' from my stash. Thanks for a great giveaway!

    ReplyDelete
  17. I love your quilts! My sewing resolutions are to make more time to sew and expand my free motion quilting skills!

    ReplyDelete
  18. I would love to receive these fabrics. My sewing resolutions include a quilt for my soon to be born granddaughter and also making more time in my schedule to sew!

    ReplyDelete
  19. to make all my married grandkids a quilt this year, thanks for the chance

    ReplyDelete
  20. I love the polka dots!

    This years goals include traveling bee w bloggy friends (already in the works!) a baby quilt for my first nephew, and hand quilt my Honey Honey quilt

    ReplyDelete
  21. I've resolved to learn some new techniques--mostly, I want to learn to sew circles and triangles using my sewing machine. I can do them by hand, but the idea of using my machine is a bit intimidating. 2014 is the year. Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway.

    ReplyDelete
  22. I'm trying hard not to make any more resolutions apart from the grocery list of stuff to do that I've got going. That said, I'm going to focus on the journey, enjoying the all the parts of the quilting, not just the finish!

    ReplyDelete
  23. I'm trying to finish more (and not buy more for a bit).

    ReplyDelete
  24. My goal is to cut a scalloped border and apply bias binding to my heart quilt that I have been avoiding for a year. I love the polka dots.

    ReplyDelete
  25. My 2014 resolution is to cut my WIP list in half by the end of the year. I think it needs to go from 38 to 19. That doesn't mean that I can't start new projects. It just means that I need to finish all but 19 of my projects. Thanks for the sharing the GORGEOUS fabrics with us!

    ReplyDelete
  26. I would absolutely love that stack of fabric! I've got two quilts that need to be finished but I really want to start a new project :)

    ReplyDelete
  27. Hi Kati and thank you for a great give away! So beautiful Fabrics and I love your quilts!
    Usually I don't make plans or resolutions for the NEW year - I let the time lead me. But I do have now one ufo/quilt ghost in my mind and hope to finish it finally. Happy NEW Year! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

    ReplyDelete
  28. Two things! I want to make a bed-size quilt for us (me and the hubs), and refrain from buying more fabric until I've used up some of what I bought this last year.

    ReplyDelete
  29. Lovely quilts! the wonky baby is on top of my to do list now.

    ReplyDelete
  30. My main goal is to improve my FMQ and therefore reduce my UFO pile. I have great ideas for my UFO's but all involve quilting that is yet beyond my skill.
    I will improve...I will improve...I will.....

    ReplyDelete
  31. Oh wow! Awesome giveaway. My goal for 2014 is to work on my random/improv quilting skills. Random and improv are EXTREMELY difficult for me... I'm a planner, I love structure and order. :-)

    ReplyDelete
  32. Beautiful quilt! I am still working through the scrap bin and sharing lots of tips and ideas about using them on my blog.

    Love the dot bundle! Thanks for the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  33. No resolutions here... Just a resolve to keep sewing through life's busyness :) great finishes!! Love that baby quilt!

    ReplyDelete
  34. great fabrics!! i have to finish 2013 before i can start on 2014 lol but i did resolve to get better at paper piecing and FMQ

    ReplyDelete
  35. Your quilt is gorgeous! Love the fun feel of those geese in those fabrics and the backing is sweet, too! Thanks for the chance to win, Kati!

    ReplyDelete
  36. Wouldn't it be fun to find that in my mailbox!

    Janet

    ReplyDelete
  37. Those polka dots are TOO cute - thanks for the great giveaway!!

    ReplyDelete
  38. Thanks for the chance to win. My sewing resolution is to try to only buy fabric I have a plan for.

    ReplyDelete
  39. Those dots are incredible! My resolution is to finish a full-sized quilt. I've never done that yet! (Only minis and mug rugs and quilted totes, things like that.)

    ReplyDelete
  40. no resolutions here :) Just quilting and sewing along ..

    ReplyDelete
  41. Beautiful fabrics and your quilts are, as always, spectacular!
    Thank you for the chance :)

    ReplyDelete
  42. Hi,
    My sewing irresolution or goal is to purchase a longarm. I have outgrown quilting on my regular sewing machine.I love the dot fabric. Thanks for the chance to win. Jess

    jessica.breidinger@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
  43. I want to get better at FMQ this year and my big resolution is to finish off projects before I start a new one! Thanks for the chance!

    ReplyDelete
  44. I would really like to organize my fabric/scraps ! No sense in mentioning the perpetual UFO resolution!

    ReplyDelete
  45. Thank you for the giveaway! My only resolution is to not buy fabric if I can for the first six months of the year. I give myself another two weeks before I cave.

    ReplyDelete
  46. Working on using my stash. Making charity quilts for kids.

    ReplyDelete
  47. To finish a quilt for a graduation present and make more coordinating clothes for my kids instead of random pieces that don't work together.

    ReplyDelete
  48. I love that pattern on top!
    Resolutions: use up what I have before buying more. This applies to sewing AND the rest of my life: bathroom, fridge, crafting.

    ReplyDelete
  49. This is my year to clean the slate. All WIPs will be finished, repurposed or donated by the end of 2014 and before I buy anymore fabric . . . but that resolution doesn't extend to winning more ;) Thanks for the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  50. I, like many others, have resolved to finished all my unfinished! I could quilt for months without actually having to step into a fabric store, real or virtual! I'm committed for the year. :)

    ReplyDelete
  51. I try to set realistic goals for myself or I get bogged down. My goals are to finish my bee blocks on time every month, finish my The Sugar Block Club 2014 block every month, and to spend as much time with my hubby and fur babies as possible!

    ReplyDelete
  52. My new years resolution was to just enjoy sewing. To relax and not feel like I had to make everything I came across and ending up not finishing anything.

    ReplyDelete
  53. Like most people, it is to finish what I started! I'm a new quilter and already have two "works-in-progress" that I need to finish. Thanks for sharing!
    emyerly(at)wideopenwest(dot)com

    ReplyDelete
  54. I used to set goals but inevitably disappointed myself. While I thought they were completely realistic, life too often unexpectedly got in the way, and prevented me from accomplishing what I wanted. So, I don't do that to myself anymore. I simply have a healthy goal of sewing and quilting as much as possible, while teaching quilting, and writing about quilting. That's plenty for 2014. Thanks for the chance to win that lovely fabric bundle.

    ReplyDelete
  55. What nice fabric bundles! Thanks for the chance to win one. My resolution this year is to retire so I can spend more time quilting. :D

    ReplyDelete
  56. This year I'd like to make fewer - but more complex- quilts. Thanks!!

    ReplyDelete
  57. My resolution was to do one quilt at a time . . . . I failed within the first 48 hours. Thanks for the chance; that fabric would make a perfect quilt for my friend's new baby!

    ReplyDelete
  58. I've always like those sketchy dots. And blue's my favorite color and I've been meaning to work with more solids. So yeah, either one would be great, thanks!! Boy do I have sewing resolutions, more than I could ever in a millions years list. But one is coming to the forefront: free-motion quilting. I've been saying it for the past two years and done not one single thing about it. But my birthday's tomorrow and I'm getting the foot, so no more excuses!

    ReplyDelete
  59. oooooh, fabric! This year I'm working on more quilts and trying to finish up some tops that have been in progress forever. I'm also working on letting go of some that have lots of work in them but are just not up to par (ie they will probably fall apart in the wash...).

    ReplyDelete
  60. How fun! My goal is to make more quilts this year. I got caught up in other things last year and only made two quilts from start to finish - and I'm not the kind of girl who lets WIPs pile up. I just had other things going on. But this year my twins will switch to toddler beds, so I'm starting with two quilts for them - hopefully more will come!

    ReplyDelete
  61. I'm in the situation as the reader above - I hope to retire this year, and devote myself to more creative endeavours. I feel SO good when I can create - it's my favourite part of quilting (not a fan of the cutting out pieces!)

    ReplyDelete
  62. My goal is for at least one finish each month this year...and most of those from my UFO pile :) Thanks for a chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  63. Beautiful colors! I'm trying to work through my stash and stay out of the fabric store for a while. We'll see how long that lasts!!

    ReplyDelete
  64. I would like to finish up some of my ufo's. I want to learn to use zippers so I can make some zippy pouches for gifts.

    ReplyDelete
  65. love your quilts!! I want to try to conquer free motion this year :)

    ReplyDelete
  66. This year I am trying to do some serious stash busting. And to add more just plain fun and creativity into my quilting!

    ReplyDelete
  67. Thanks for the chance. My resolution is to keep quilting! I've had a couple of years break and got back to it in 2013. Forgot how much I love it!

    ReplyDelete
  68. I'm planning to challenge myself to try more difficult projects, such as a winding ways quilt with curved piecing.

    ReplyDelete
  69. To trim threads as I go, I am a terror for leaving them!

    ReplyDelete
  70. My word for the year is Relax, so I am trying not to stress about my not perfect sewing. I also plan to make lots of cushions as they are a great way to try new skills and blocks. Thanks for a great giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

    ReplyDelete
  71. I don't make resolutions as such, but I'm going to make a concerted effort to finish some quilts, especially some of the tops I've made that I really like.

    ReplyDelete
  72. Use my treadle to make a quilt this year. I bought it to use it, so now is the time.

    ReplyDelete
  73. How kind of you to share! I am doing more selfish sewing this year... so far, not so good but I do have another 51 weeks to improve!

    ReplyDelete
  74. I want an appointment with my sewing machine to sew more frequently, say from 8-10pm a few nights a week. I could get caught up on UFO's and then let the creative process take over. kcannon@anwsu.org

    ReplyDelete
  75. I did make some resolutions - to use what I have and to work on WiP's before starting anything else .... let's see how I go!!!

    ReplyDelete
  76. Thanks for the chance to win the fabric. I think that I'd try sewing something with circles. I haven't ever tried it before.

    ReplyDelete
  77. I'm newer to quilting, so I'm resolved to make a bag this year. Love trying new projects and love the blogging world and seeing such beautiful and inspiring creations!

    ReplyDelete
  78. Love those fabrics! I must complete quilts for my daughter, son, parents and sister and myself this year.

    ReplyDelete
  79. Love the fabrics! I have just purchased my first long arm quilter and I can't wait to get some quilts together! Thanks for your generosity! A great gift!

    ReplyDelete
  80. What a great bundle of fabrics! This year I am planning to master FMQ, already signed for 2 courses at Craftsy.

    ReplyDelete
  81. Thanks for the giveaway! My quilting resolution is to finish all my WIPs before starting anything new.

    ReplyDelete
  82. Oooh, loving that dotty bundle, thanks for the chance to win! This year I'm trying to be more focussed about my creativity :o)

    ReplyDelete
  83. Great quilts! My sewing resolution for 2014 is to 'savour' the moment- stitching and enjoying the journey!

    ReplyDelete
  84. No resolutions just lots of plans. Expand my business to online selling and maybe even a blog {gasps} - scary!

    ReplyDelete
  85. My resolution is to use up some of the fabric that I have been *ahem* collecting (sheepish face) before buying anything new. Second one is to also make some things for myself!!

    ReplyDelete
  86. My goal is to make sampler quilts for my family, so I'm trying to make at least 5 blocks a month! I know, I'm crazy! :)

    ReplyDelete
  87. I'm a novice quilter and will like to make more quilts for my friends and family this year! These fabrics will help in my mission!

    ReplyDelete
  88. OMG those polka dots - love em! My sewing resolution is just to be reunited with my sewing machine and fabric stash which I've been apart from for too long!

    ReplyDelete
  89. Thanks for the chance to win some of these fabrics! My quilting goal this year is to make quilts for every baby born in this area.

    ReplyDelete
  90. What beautiful fabric! I'd use it to make quilts for my nieces! Thank you!!

    ReplyDelete
  91. My resolution is to get at least 6 UFOs done. Thanks

    ReplyDelete
  92. I really want to finish up some UFOs and WIPs. I'm on track at the moment to finish my January goal for ALYoF :D

    Jo -- patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com

    ReplyDelete
  93. Resolved to do all I can to reduce scraps!

    ReplyDelete
  94. I would *love* for these fabrics to arrive in my mailbox! I'm thinking about no fabric purchase until my birthday and at that time evaluate a new machine purchase!! Seems like a good incentive to not buy fabric.....winning would be OK! Thanks for a chance super cute fabric.

    ReplyDelete
  95. In 2014 I will aim to finish three quilts that are in the finishing stages.

    ReplyDelete
  96. Lovely quilts and fabrics! I plan to step up my finishing goals in 2014!

    ReplyDelete
  97. My one quilty resolution is to slow down and enjoy the process more-seems I'm always thinking about the finish!

    ReplyDelete
  98. Yep, would love to have them! Goals for the year...make a new bed quilt for our bed.

    ReplyDelete
  99. How lovely I have recently rediscovered my joy of hand piecing and would love to make the wonky quilt in those gorgeous blue fabrics. Funny how piecing and peace are so similar in word and for me in action. Thank you for sharing your journey. Love Susie

    ReplyDelete
  100. Beautiful fabric! My quilty resolution to to try at least one new thing in every quilt I make this year

    ReplyDelete
  101. How awesome! My sewing (and crafting) resolution is to only give handmade items for Christmas 2014. Figured I should start now so I finish them all in time!

    ReplyDelete
  102. Mine was the usual resolution - using my stash and not buying more fabric. I broke it already - couldn't resist a Bonnie and Camille April Showers Layer Cake. Now I have said that is my last fabric purchase for the next six months?

    ReplyDelete
  103. I am trying really hard not to buy fabric and sew from my stash. So far I am doing okay and have started two quilts from my stash. It feels good. Hope I can keep this up.

    ReplyDelete
  104. I intend to keep up with the QALs and BOMs that I committed to and finish the ones from last year into finished quilts! Thanks for the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  105. My goal is to finish more quilts. Last year I did lots of tops, but not many got finished.

    ReplyDelete
  106. I have resolved to finish projects. I have a bunch of half finished ones all over and I am doing pretty good about getting those going, but we are only 7 days in so fingers crossed!

    ReplyDelete
  107. Oh I love those dots! At the moment I am cleaning and reorganizing the sewing room. Then I have a number of WIP's before I start something new

    ReplyDelete
  108. Very nice, thank you for the chance! I made my first quilt last year, and have purchased fabrics for several others I hope to see slowly materialize in the future. Hopefully the NEAR future. :)

    ReplyDelete
  109. Two fun bundles! My resolution is a fabric fast! That means I can't buy fabric but it doesn't mean it can't win fabric. :-)). I am looking forward to sewing from the stash this year. Thanks for the giveaway. Mary

    ReplyDelete
  110. Sketch AND polka dots?! Too fun!

    ReplyDelete
  111. I love your flying geese quilt. I would also love to win the bundles of fabric.

    ReplyDelete
  112. Thanks for doing this giveaway! My mother-in-law gave me her long-arm quilting machine recently, so I am anxious to build up my stash and quilt, quilt, quilt!!! Thanks again.

    ReplyDelete
  113. I just purchased a long arm and I need to practice way more than I have had time for...so my resolution for 2014 is to rearrange my schedule to make more time for what is important...learning to quilt on the long arm!! Thanks for the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  114. My goal is to work through my stash and stick to a fabric buying budget. So far I'm not doing so hot!

    ReplyDelete
  115. I've promised myself that I will not save starting all of my Christmas gift projects for after Thanksgiving. Thanks for the opportunity!
    mmckee at wi dot rr dot com

    ReplyDelete
  116. No resolutions. Just sewing when I can

    ReplyDelete
  117. Thanks for the chance - happy new year!

    ReplyDelete
  118. Love those pretty blues! No resolutions for me. :)

    ReplyDelete
  119. No resolutions for me. After a long break for holiday travels I'm finally back to sewing, so glad. Your quilts are lovely, thanks for the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  120. I started 2 quilts in 2013 and didn't finish either of them! So my quilting resolution is to finish at least 1 of them.

    ReplyDelete
  121. my resolution is to enjoy my sewing even if it takes me a long time to finish everything!

    ReplyDelete
  122. I have a hard time with resolutions but have enjoyed reading about everyone else's in blogland from not buying fabric for six months (I'd like to participate but really???) to everyone's word choice (I'm seriously thinking about that one). I'm in the process of reorganizing my sewing space right now and really just want to spend some time in there. Does that count?

    ReplyDelete
  123. My goal for 2014 is to learn machine applique. Thanks for the chance to win.

    ReplyDelete
  124. I don't really have specific sewing goals but I want to take advantage of new experiences and adventures as they present themselves. Instead of saying No as my knee jerk reaction, I will say yes, or at least, let me think for 5 minutes. Thanks.

    ReplyDelete
  125. My resolution is to actually not let sewing get in the way of being with my children. But new fabric is always fun!! :)

    ReplyDelete
  126. My goal is to tie the John Deere quilt, quilt the bird quilt, finish the BOM quilt, sew the binding on the liberty quilt, and use the layer cake I just bought. That really shouldn't take all year, but... :)

    ReplyDelete
  127. Great fabrics. Sweet quilts.

    ReplyDelete
  128. I've decided that for me this is the "scrappy year" or at least I hope for it to be! I wanna use up my scraps!

    ReplyDelete
  129. My resolution is to use my stash and make some of the quilts on my bucket list!!!

    ReplyDelete
  130. My resolution is to simply sew more often....I need to make some time each week to work on a project!

    ReplyDelete
  131. Well, I'm not a resolution maker, but I am determined to have more finishes this year than I do starts! Way too many UFOs in the old craft cupboard. :)

    ReplyDelete
  132. My resolution (which I have now shared with so many people, I really HAVE to do it) is to finish my BFF's tshirt quilt. I've had the shirts for almost 6 years now. Most of the shirts are cut, I just need to either starch them or interface them. That decision is what is holding me up, so I need to make it and move on.

    ReplyDelete
  133. No resolution here ~ I can never keep them! But I told my husband that I promise to finish the quilts hanging in the closet!

    ReplyDelete
  134. I will start AND finish at least one project each month!

    ReplyDelete
  135. My resolution for 2014 is to learn to FMQ, I've been quilting for 3 years now & I want to do more than variations on straight line quilting with my projects. Thanks for the chance to win.

    ReplyDelete
  136. I need to use my stash and my growing pile of patterns! The Timeless Treasures fabrics look yummy!

    ReplyDelete
  137. I especially love your baby quilt shown in this post. My quilting goals for 2014 are first to make 3 wedding quilts. If I can get that done, next is a lap quilt for my Mom using her old clothes sewing scraps and those of her own Mom, too. And if I can get that done, I would love to make a quilt for a dear friend, one for the practically orphaned friend of my daughter (and she's like a daughter to me, too), and I would really like to make a quilt for our own house. No quilts live here yet. Last year was the year of the baby quilt and this is the year of grown-up quilts.

    ReplyDelete
  138. One of my sewing resolutions was to finish my UFOs from 2013. I finished one today! :D Thank you for the giveaway.

    ReplyDelete
  139. Thanks for the chance to win! My resolution is to use more of my stash! I would love to win either of these bundles!

    ReplyDelete
  140. Pretty fabric!!! Bloggy resolution - find new and exciting photo locations for quilt photo shoots (backyard is becoming predictable!). Happy New Year!

    ReplyDelete
  141. I have 2 resolutions this year. To finish my WIP's and to join in on a quilt along. Thanks for the opportunity to win the bundles.

    ReplyDelete
  142. Thanx for the chance of winning those dotted fabrics - they are one of my fabric addictions! I hope to continue to learn more quilting techniques in 2014 and be braver in my color choices.

    ReplyDelete
  143. I need to show Flying Geese who the boss is...and right now it's not me! :( It seems like one of those techniques every quilter can do. They really aren't that hard, it's probably all in my squaring up/trimming.
    TY for such a generous giveaway! TT is some of my favorite fabric.

    ReplyDelete
  144. Would love the opportunity to work with those fun fabric bundles. I have made a plan to finish some long over due quilts. Also to reorganize my supplies and fabrics, redistributing what I am not using!

    ReplyDelete
  145. I have a boring UFO from 2005 that I really would like to finish before 2015.

    ReplyDelete
  146. I've resolved to find all my UFO's and decide what to finish and what to donate to someone else!

    ReplyDelete
  147. It would be great to win...
    Thank you for the chance,
    Edit from Hungary

    ReplyDelete
  148. Beautiful fabric!
    Thank you for the chance,
    greetings from Poland :-)

    ReplyDelete
  149. Simply, admirable what you have done here. It is pleasing to look you express from the heart and your clarity on this significant content can be easily looked. Remarkable post and will look forward to your future update.
    Top Ten Web Hosting Reviews

    ReplyDelete
  150. My quilty goal this year is to practice free motion quilting more! I need to get over my terror of it and jump in! Thanks for the opportunity at a great give-a-way!

    ReplyDelete
  151. My quiltalution this year is to work on the basics. To have better cuts and seams. Pressing everything. It had been these little things I slip on that make things wonky.

    ReplyDelete
  152. Gorgeous quilts! My goal this year is to finish up all my UFO's! My pile is getting to big and overwhelming! Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway!

    ReplyDelete
  153. Hello. I love your Fat Flying Geese! Thanks so much for the giveaway with Timeless Treasures. I just love working with their fabrics. Have a super day! curlicuecreations@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  154. absolutely love timeless treasures fabric...thank you for the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  155. Haven't come across these beautiful fabrics before, but very glad to! Thanks for the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  156. Your quilts are beautiful as always! I am trying to carve out some sewing time for me again now that the baby is a little older.

    ReplyDelete
  157. Gorgeous quilts! Thanks for including me.

    ReplyDelete
  158. Your quilts are beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway. I want to finish my ufo's.

    ReplyDelete
  159. what a nice giveaway! I have a whole list of sewing resolutions - I'm hoping to finish up some much belated wedding quilts and WIPs this year.

    ReplyDelete
  160. My resolution is to finish WIP before I start something new but oops I've already started a new quilt. Perhaps I should have chosen a different resolution!
    Barb@Witsend

    ReplyDelete
  161. I would like to finish projects, make a scrappy quilt and use all the pretty fabric collections I've purchased in bags or quilts

    ReplyDelete
  162. I don't really have any resolutions, but lots of projects planned and trying to find more time to sew them up while taking care of my 5 kiddos. :-)

    ReplyDelete
  163. I don't have formal resolutions, but my guild has a UFO challenge that I plan to enter. Select one "project" and finish it by November 2014. The challenge is to select only one!

    ReplyDelete
  164. I think my resolutions are like the majority of others...finish WIPs, don't buy any new fabric and stay on top of BOM projects.

    ReplyDelete
  165. I have two sewing resolutions: 1) Make more than one quilt, which was my total quilting (though not sewing) output in 2013 and 2) Become more confident with garments and use the knit I've had on hand for 6 months but am scared to touch. Thanks for the giveaway!

    ReplyDelete
  166. My two big quilting resolutions for 2014 are to work on free motion quilting and learn paper piecing. Thanks for the giveaway!

    ReplyDelete
  167. I want to learn some new techniques this year.

    ReplyDelete
  168. I want to finish more projects this year! (b2malan@cox.net)

    ReplyDelete
  169. Lovely fabrics! I'm still pretty much a beginner, so my resolution is to learn FMQ and actually do it on a quilt this year.

    ReplyDelete
  170. I planned to work on one project at a time and finish it through before starting another, but I have already failed because come January 3rd, I was well on my way to starting 3!!! I guess I'll just have to focus on finishing my quilting projects now ;-)

    ReplyDelete
  171. I dont like "batiks" but thought they were "manly" enough for brother's birthday. . . . and duly bought supplies and commenced his quilt last August.
    I still hate them and the quilt plods along. I have 2 NY resolutions.... finish it before it takes up permanent residence in my house....and.... never start a quilt in fabrics that dont speak to me!

    ReplyDelete
  172. I want to finish my UFOs, learn more about paper piecing, and make some charity quilts this year.

    ReplyDelete
  173. Fun Giveaway!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

    ReplyDelete
  174. Great give away - thank you! Main resolution: sew more and use more stash!

    ReplyDelete
  175. Beautiful quilts! My quilty goal is to use all the little bits of fabric I have shoved in the desk drawer.

    ReplyDelete
  176. I love your fa flying geese quilt! Such preytt fabrics

    ReplyDelete
  177. Your quilts are pretty! My resolution is to finish the 3 tops in progress before starting anything new. Thanks for the chance to win.

    ReplyDelete
  178. My resolution is to finish the Christmas quilt I started before moving on to new projects.

    ReplyDelete
  179. My resolution is to use my stash more, but winning some fabric couldn't hurt!

    ReplyDelete
  180. Shop my stash, finish more, and work on precision piecing.

    ReplyDelete
  181. I resolve to de-stash and to finish at least two charity quilts.

    ReplyDelete
  182. I hope to spend more time sewing this year, but with two little ones in the house, finding time is tough!

    ReplyDelete
  183. What happy quilts! Thanks for sharing them! My sewing resolution this year is to master free motion feathers.

    ReplyDelete
  184. Thanks for the giveaway! I resolve to make more donation quilts this year (good opportunity to polish up some FMQ techniques, too).

    ReplyDelete
  185. Polka Dots and Solids! My favorites! This year I'm getting the sewing room set up again and will be sewing a little almost every day. I'm going to work on new projects, and finish up old ones. I know that when I sew consistently then not only do things get done, but I get better at doing it. It's going to be a great sewing year. Thanks for putting my name in the hat for this great fabric!

    ReplyDelete
  186. Great bundles! My resolution list is a bit long but I did post about it on my blog :)

    ReplyDelete
  187. My resolution is to practice FMQ until I get better at it! This could take a while... Happy New Year and thanks for the blog - it's inspiring!

    ReplyDelete
  188. Thanks for the chance to win! I just hope to finish some quilts this year. :)

    ReplyDelete
  189. Your quilts are beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win. My goal this year is to learn how to quilt my quilts on my own machine instead of sending them away.

    ReplyDelete
  190. My sewing resolution is just to get back into the quilt blog universe. I was pulled away from blogging and flickr last year and am excited to get back into it!

    ReplyDelete
  191. I would love to see the dots show up in my mailbox, I have lots of goals, one is to become better at FMQ, or I should say to learn how to do it.

    ReplyDelete
  192. Love that fat flying geese quilt! (And for a chance at some free fabric!)

    ReplyDelete
  193. I aspire to learn to sew properly as I have been sewing everything by hand all these years. Learn new crafts....so that I can make a variety of handmade gifts.

    Usha
    Usharaneem@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete