Take a Hike for Free Fabric Friday

9 May 2014

What's got 14 fat quarters and a pair of hiking boots? "Take a Hike" camping motif fabric by Dear Stella. 

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"Take a Hike' fabric by Dear Stella.
As the school year ends and people start to think about summer activities like camping, I thought this would make a good Free Fabric Friday Giveaway. 

Just leave a comment below telling me one of your summer quilting projects you're planning, and on Monday, May 12, 2014, I'll pick a winner. 

If you need project ideas, consider our Summer Concert Quilt that rolls up into a carryall; a quilted, an attachable Eyeglass Case for your sunglasses; or a sailboat-shaped Nautical Pillow for your beach house (or for beach-house dreaming).

You''ll find those patterns and many more projects and ideas in the Quilting Daily Shop.

Have a great weekend! 

P.S. KarenV15 is the winner! This giveaway is now closed.


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tourmaline wrote
on 9 May 2014 1:27 PM

I  want to make a lap quilt for a friend of mine so when she sits and naps in her chair she will not be chilly.

Those thermoses are so cute and bring back memories of the ones we had when I grew up.

Thanks

DollyA2 wrote
on 9 May 2014 2:16 PM

This fabric reminds me of the outdoors--clean fresh mountain air. Would make a good summer project.

weblady wrote
on 9 May 2014 4:56 PM

This would make a great quilt for my hubby who loves boating-camping. I would love to win this.

weblady wrote
on 9 May 2014 4:56 PM

This would make a great quilt for my hubby who loves boating-camping. I would love to win this.

weblady wrote
on 9 May 2014 4:56 PM

This would make a great quilt for my hubby who loves boating-camping. I would love to win this.

paris1889 wrote
on 9 May 2014 5:03 PM

So many projects on my list, I don't know where to begin.  I am in the process of completing two group quilts for my guild's quilt bingo, and will then focus on completing some UFOs, mostly some BOMs.

paris1889 wrote
on 9 May 2014 5:03 PM

So many projects on my list, I don't know where to begin.  I am in the process of completing two group quilts for my guild's quilt bingo, and will then focus on completing some UFOs, mostly some BOMs.

papmom wrote
on 9 May 2014 5:39 PM

Love the theme of this fabric, I walk at a local nature center.

I am joining a quilt guild and look forward to sewing up the fabric for fundraisers for not -for- profit groups, etc.

Thank you

Mary

roxwyfe wrote
on 9 May 2014 5:54 PM

My granddaughter, the tomboy, is going to be visiting us this summer. I would love to use this to help her learn to quilt and make something she can take home with her.

Thanks for the contest.

dragonwood wrote
on 9 May 2014 5:55 PM

I would love to get a dinosaur themed quilt started!  I have the fabric and pattern but I am hesitant to start because I want to make sure I do a good job!

lsbolton wrote
on 9 May 2014 6:00 PM

I plan on making a quilt out of those fat quarters if I win!!  But, if I don't win, then that means I will continue to finish the quilts I am currently working on.  That fabric is adorable and brings back so many memories of camping from Girl Scouts to camping with family and friends.

lsbolton wrote
on 9 May 2014 6:00 PM

I plan on making a quilt out of those fat quarters if I win!!  But, if I don't win, then that means I will continue to finish the quilts I am currently working on.  That fabric is adorable and brings back so many memories of camping from Girl Scouts to camping with family and friends.

Therese9 wrote
on 9 May 2014 6:09 PM

Such fun fabrics for a quilt for my grandson.

daisy_doodle wrote
on 9 May 2014 6:35 PM

What a fun fabric to design a picnic utility quilt for take along this summer, oh, or maybe a camp quilt for your camper!

daisy_doodle wrote
on 9 May 2014 6:35 PM

What a fun fabric to design a picnic utility quilt for take along this summer, oh, or maybe a camp quilt for your camper!

on 9 May 2014 7:17 PM

I'm planning to make a bunch of community quilts for our guild using a friend's pieces of Laurel Burch fabrics - so bright and cheerful.

I also plan to go camping!

thanks!

AmyK@35 wrote
on 9 May 2014 7:35 PM

I plan to make a picnic blanket and matching carry bag... This would be tooooo cute!

AmyK@35 wrote
on 9 May 2014 7:36 PM

I plan to make a picnic blanket and matching carry bag... This would be tooooo cute!

Linda1313 wrote
on 9 May 2014 7:58 PM

I'm planning to make a Christmas advent calendar for my niece's 1 year old.

cwatson wrote
on 9 May 2014 8:47 PM

Dear Fabric,

     I love you.

     Sincerely,

     Ms. Early Christmas

cwatson wrote
on 9 May 2014 8:47 PM

Dear Fabric,

     I love you.

     Sincerely,

     Ms. Early Christmas

cwatson wrote
on 9 May 2014 8:47 PM

Dear Fabric,

     I love you.

     Sincerely,

     Ms. Early Christmas

Mommyvee wrote
on 9 May 2014 10:40 PM

I'm going to try to make a quilt for each of my family members including myself too. Mom, sister, hubby, my daughter ( which ive already started ) And then i'll make one for me :)

British40 wrote
on 9 May 2014 11:37 PM

My goal for this summer is to make 3 memories Cancer Quilts for 3 people I know that have Cancer so they may wrap themselves in the love of family and friends so during the hard times and there treatment, they are reminded  that they are not alone during this hard journey they never asked for.

Thank you for taking  the time. To read this and consider this.  

British40 wrote
on 9 May 2014 11:38 PM

My goal for this summer is to make 3 memories Cancer Quilts for 3 people I know that have Cancer so they may wrap themselves in the love of family and friends so during the hard times and there treatment, they are reminded  that they are not alone during this hard journey they never asked for.

Thank you for taking  the time. To read this and consider this.  

British40 wrote
on 9 May 2014 11:39 PM

My goal for this summer is to make 3 memories Cancer Quilts for 3 people I know that have Cancer so they may wrap themselves in the love of family and friends so during the hard times and there treatment, they are reminded  that they are not alone during this hard journey they never asked for.

Thank you for taking  the time. To read this and consider this.  

sew1096 wrote
on 10 May 2014 12:22 AM

I'd like to make a another quilt to take camping. It gets cold here in the mountains even during summer so I always take a quilt for my bed in the tent. I need a new one because my last one was lost on the trip to the lake. It apparently blew out of the truck. The only positive thing I hold onto is that I hope a quilt lover found it and is enjoying it.

craftycat70 wrote
on 10 May 2014 1:29 AM

How cute.....what a fun camping or picnic quilt this would make!

KarenV@15 wrote
on 10 May 2014 9:53 AM

I would love to make a lap quilt to use up at the cottage. It would be lovely to sit by the lake snuggled up with that on my lap. The fabric designs are awesome!

lottie lou wrote
on 10 May 2014 9:53 AM

Fun fabric - want to make a quilt for our travel trailer.  

Ppoggio wrote
on 10 May 2014 9:58 AM

I want to make a quillow (quilt inside a pillow). These fabrics would look great! Love the outdoors!

Kathy Adams wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:02 AM

So many quilts, so little time.....Memory quilt for a friend, baby quilts for charity, quilts and things for my new grandson and maybe a T-shirt quilt.

dkinnevey wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:06 AM

Those fabrics would make a beautiful quilt for the a family who loses their home .  The forestry department is already gearing up for a bad fire season this year.  I am going to make a few quilts to donate to people who has lost everything when their home burns down.  My Grandfather, Father and brother were all firemen before they passed away.  

Kathy Adams wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:08 AM

So many quilts, so little time...a memory quilt for a friend, charity quilts for babies, quilts & things for my new grandson, gifts, and maybe a T-shirt quilt.

xllev wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:09 AM

hoping to finish some quilts

dakotascout wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:12 AM

I want to complete 8 quilts for my husband's family members and a birthday quilt for our son-in-law.   each quilt will be different patterns and give me a chance to take on a new challenge in quilting techniques.  my husband and I are avid hikers so that new fabric would be a fun thing to work with.

tdselby wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:20 AM

I want to make a large lap quilt for my boss that is struggling with prostate cancer and the complications from treatment. He is currently in the hospital after one surgery and will be at home briefly before another surgery. I would like to give him the comfort of a lovely warm quilt.

Bacon-Rust wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:29 AM

I have been working on a quilt for each of my great-grand-children with their photo on it.  I have 7 of those GGC with 4 completed and delivered, 2 more tops pieced ready to quilt and one left to do, so my summer project will be making the last of the GGC's quilts and it will be for a boy.

Bacon-Rust wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:29 AM

I have been working on a quilt for each of my great-grand-children with their photo on it.  I have 7 of those GGC with 4 completed and delivered, 2 more tops pieced ready to quilt and one left to do, so my summer project will be making the last of the GGC's quilts and it will be for a boy.

on 10 May 2014 10:42 AM

Grandbaby # 17 needs a quilt!!!

Jean Mau wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:48 AM

One of my summer quilting projects is to make a quilt that will be donated to Pathfinders in Milwaukee Wisconsin an  organization that helps provide life-changing services to the thousands of youth in crisis who walk through their doors every year.  This quilt will be auctioned at one of their fund raisers in the coming year.

kimjbates wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:51 AM

This would make a fabulous quilt to donate to our Green Lake Association to help raise money to keep our lake healthy!

Love it!

Kim

Bkringel wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:52 AM

I am going to make a quilt for my son's girlfriend for her birthday. Something with black and white plus one bright color to accent it.  Not sure which color tho.  Red? Purple?

senzie wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:56 AM

I had my oldest before I started to quilt. My other children had nap quilts made by me but not him. He's off to college in the fall.

My summer project is his quilt.

sandywortman wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:58 AM

I have some other dear stella fabrics which i love.  I think these camping fabrics would make great pillowcases and maybe a tote or an overnight bag.  i have a new bag pattern.

Erin Johnson wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:09 AM

I am working on moving, and we don't have anything that is a set in our new kitchen, so I am planning on making a full kitchen set of quilted potholders, placemats, and all the works. I am also planning on making a quilt for my daughter, something very bright in color....

mtstanfield wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:24 AM

I plan to finish a wall hanging I made with the ice cube dyed fabric made last summer. It's been perking in my mind and I've finally decided on a pattern.

Carol Smith wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:28 AM

These wonderful fabrics would make a fabulous tablecloth for the picnic table in our screened porch at our cabin on a scenic lake in northern Minnesota!  I would cover it with a clear plastic so it would last for many years.

Nangar wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:33 AM

i go camping every year with a group of freinds we have been doing this off and on mostly on for 35 years we laugh the kids have grown we hike we swim we have fun would love this fabricc for a camping blanket i am making baby quilts and bags for shopping this summmer smalller sized projects

Nangar wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:34 AM

i go camping every year with a group of freinds we have been doing this off and on mostly on for 35 years we laugh the kids have grown we hike we swim we have fun would love this fabricc for a camping blanket i am making baby quilts and bags for shopping this summmer smalller sized projects

lsmanski wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:57 AM

What wonderful fabrics. Thanks for a chance. I am making a civil war king sized quilt with civil war blocks using civil war frabics. Our son is getting married in May of 2015 and they are both civil war re-enactors

sse wrote
on 10 May 2014 12:01 PM

We need lap blankets for our new travel trailer.  This would be great for our camping trips

on 10 May 2014 12:02 PM

My grandson said he wants to go on a picnic with his mom and dad.  I want to make lab quilt for him to sit and play for this great adventure. Maybe later curl up on for a short nap.

on 10 May 2014 12:04 PM

My grandson said he wants to go on a picnic with his mom and dad.  I want to make lab quilt for him to sit and play for this great adventure. Maybe later curl up on for a short nap.

MammoTech wrote
on 10 May 2014 12:21 PM

I have a baby quilt due for every summer month! June and August are baby girls and July is a surprise.

rmgs wrote
on 10 May 2014 12:29 PM

What a cute fabric line.  I remember camping trips in the summer in places no one else went to...tents, themoses and lots of outdoors.  Thank you for the opportunity to make a quilt with this fabric.

bearland53 wrote
on 10 May 2014 12:30 PM

Making casserole totes for Christmas presents

CherylP@19 wrote
on 10 May 2014 12:42 PM

I would use it as accents on a t-shirt w=quilt I'm making for my son

CathlynnEMT wrote
on 10 May 2014 1:52 PM

Need to make a camp quilt for my seventh year working at Girl Scout camp and some t-shirt quilts from my late father's shirt collection for his grandkids.

Ptaqueen wrote
on 10 May 2014 2:00 PM

What a great fabric collection. My goal for the summer is to get started on my Christmas gifts.

dojo1309 wrote
on 10 May 2014 2:05 PM

These fabrics remind me of camping with our children.  I would love to make a keepsake patchwork quilt out of these.

Thanks for a chance to win!

NancyH@4 wrote
on 10 May 2014 2:17 PM

When our girls were young, the whole family were Girl Scouts (Hubby, too!), so we have lots of great memories of campouts. This fabric would be wonderful to use with old uniforms and badges to make memory quilts for them.

Thanks for your wonderful newsletter!

joann01 wrote
on 10 May 2014 2:26 PM

I plan to teach my grandkids to make a siimple pieced throw!  I'll hook them to quilting  one way or another!

JoAnn Weeks

SusanH363 wrote
on 10 May 2014 3:11 PM

I've got 2 new babies to quilt & sew for, so there's a lot on my list this summer. We'll also be doing a lot of camping, so I'd love to add a small quilt for the camper to the list! What great fabric!

on 10 May 2014 3:13 PM

Having five grandsons it would be great to make them summer shirts with an outdoors theme. Great fabric.

on 10 May 2014 3:37 PM

I'm working on quilting placemats, napkins, and coasters.

Pat Burch wrote
on 10 May 2014 3:40 PM

I am working on the state of Michigan as a quilt/throw gift for a 6-year old with cherries for Traverse City, a car carrier for Detroit, tulips for Holland, light houses, and more, - all fabric fussy cuts appliqued to their appropriate locations on the state. Of course I'll free-motion waves, etc. on Lake Michigan. Always looking for more fabrics.

on 10 May 2014 4:35 PM

I've been making some camouflage pillows for camping for some boys in the family.  I love this fabric, thanks for the giveaway! :)

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

on 10 May 2014 4:36 PM

I've been making some camouflage pillows for camping for some boys in the family.  I love this fabric, thanks for the giveaway! :)

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

krystikwilts wrote
on 10 May 2014 4:37 PM

I am actually wanting (needing) to make a few quilts to put in our pop up camper for when we go camping.  My dear husband suggested this to me 2 years ago when I started quilting....

memoose wrote
on 10 May 2014 5:15 PM

I'm currently making a scrap strip ring quilt for my daughter suffering with depression. I want to show her how the scraps of life can go round and round and still make something beautiful.

My sister wants me to make a quilt for her, but she is hard to pick fabric for. We used to go camping together as teenagers, this fabric would make a great quilt for her!

susanb3 wrote
on 10 May 2014 5:19 PM

Quilted house slippers for our guests (just had new carpeting installed and want to keep it new!).

on 10 May 2014 5:34 PM

Would love to win the wonderful fabric.  I do a lot of charity quilts and I know some young boy or girl would love to have a quilt made from this fun fabric.

on 10 May 2014 5:34 PM

Would love to win the wonderful fabric.  I do a lot of charity quilts and I know some young boy or girl would love to have a quilt made from this fun fabric.

Pootso wrote
on 10 May 2014 5:43 PM

What great fabric. It reminds me of family camping trips. I give most of my projects away, but it would be fun to make a quilt with this!

Granny Mac wrote
on 10 May 2014 5:56 PM

I'm working on a quilt for a granddaughter who graduates from high school in 2016. It's big and scrappy and is taking longer than I thought it would.  

pbstrand wrote
on 10 May 2014 6:03 PM

I'm trying to finish a bunch of UFO's this summer and work on improving my 1/4" seam when I use my treadel!

JBeamer wrote
on 10 May 2014 6:12 PM

I hope to finish a small quilt I started when my first great-granddaughter was born. It will have to be a dolly quilt now because that was a few years ago.

mazzuppy wrote
on 10 May 2014 7:13 PM

I have to finish a quilt that was cut out 2 years ago for my youngest daughter. Hey, it is cut out!

carole66 wrote
on 10 May 2014 7:26 PM

Great fabric! We are big hikers. I am making a nature themed quilt for the Cincinnati Nature Center.

carole66 wrote
on 10 May 2014 7:26 PM

Great fabric! We are big hikers. I am making a nature themed quilt for the Cincinnati Nature Center.

havplenty wrote
on 10 May 2014 7:55 PM

I am working on two superhero quilts for my nephews and one quilt for a coworker and her adopted nephew.

havplenty wrote
on 10 May 2014 7:56 PM

I am working on two superhero quilts for my nephews and one quilt for a coworker's  adopted nephew.

debjlewis wrote
on 10 May 2014 8:02 PM

I am planning on dying fabric this summer.  Trying some shibori techniques.

on 10 May 2014 8:12 PM

It must be serendipity.  I just sat down to work on a quilt design for a friend of mine who is very ill and was recently diagnosed with a chronic, debilitating condition.  She worked for the forest service for years and loves to go hiking, camping, and rock hounding.  Unfortunately, she is bed ridden now.  I hope that she will recover enough to get back to what she enjoys most, but in the meantime, a quilt with those fabrics will be perfect.  In case I don't win, I'll be buying some of these for her quilt.  Thank you so much for the inspiration!!  I look forward to getting her quilt done before her birthday at the end of June.

majicfingers wrote
on 10 May 2014 8:13 PM

This is good fabric for patio pillows.

4chippie2 wrote
on 10 May 2014 8:39 PM

My twin granddaughters have moved from Michigan to Florida and will now only  be an hour away. I will be making quilts for their new beds that will change with the seasons, not to mention clothes for their 15" American Girl dolls. They each received a sewing machine (suitable for 7 year olds) at Christmas and I will be teaching them AND their mom how to make simple quilts. The girls will do quilts for their dolls and as they grow older will move on to larger quilts AND learning to sew clothing. Looking forward to a very rewarding summer and bringing new quilters into the fold.

Thanks for the opportunity to win this delightful fabric. Good luck to everyone and may each and everyone of you enjoy all the very best life has to offer.

Terri at the Drake's Nest in Palm Bay, FL

sarahjallen wrote
on 10 May 2014 8:43 PM

I am working on a Dresden plate for my son and daughter in law. And also a QOV for my oldest brother. These materials would be great for a charity quilt for teens.

MGQuilts wrote
on 10 May 2014 8:49 PM

Have a new great niece and she needs a quilt from her great aunt. We live in different states and this is one way for her to get to know about me.

1Dragones wrote
on 10 May 2014 8:54 PM

What a great pack of fat quarters.  Oh how I'd love to make a quilt of them to take on my vacation... but they may also find their way into other things if the idea of a quilt is too scary to contemplate...

maryjane789 wrote
on 10 May 2014 9:05 PM

I have a beach scene piece of fabric I will put borders on  and have a nice lap quilt

rochellew3 wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:22 PM

When our kids were growing up, they were not always happy campers. Now that they are grown and have children of their own they want us to all go camping together and claim to have lots of fond memories of our camping trips.  Go figure!

rochellew3 wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:23 PM

When our kids were growing up, they were not always happy campers. Now that they are grown and have children of their own they want us to all go camping together and claim to have lots of fond memories of our camping trips.  Go figure!

purerehua wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:28 PM

I want to make a quilt for my daughter this summer. She loves hiking - the cutest little blond thing in her hiking boots! She is nearly 7, and would love this fabric.

shar-mn wrote
on 10 May 2014 10:38 PM

I plan to finish a couple of undone projects & make some lap quilts to use up some of my "stash"!

on 10 May 2014 11:17 PM

Have a new Grand daughter who has my heart and needs her Gammy to make her a quilt and some burp cloths and a couple of hooded towels.

NancyGT wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:25 PM

I'll be making quilt tops for my students to hand quilt in the fall when we get back to school.  We donate them for charity and my kids earn community service hours for graduation.

linlal wrote
on 10 May 2014 11:42 PM

I'll be starting a couple of smaller-sized quilts to get a head start on winter in case it brings the same "surprises" as last winter did!! We'll be ready for it this time with warm quilts to snuggle up with and watch that snowing and blowing going on outside our windows.

on 11 May 2014 12:22 AM

I would love to incorporate those beautiful fat quarters into table runners and lap quilts I take 10 days every summer to work on quilts in the mountains. It is beautiful and quiet. There are little distractions. Thank you for this opportunity!!!

on 11 May 2014 12:23 AM

I would love to incorporate those beautiful fat quarters into table runners and lap quilts I take 10 days every summer to work on quilts in the mountains. It is beautiful and quiet. There are little distractions. Thank you for this opportunity!!!

on 11 May 2014 12:31 AM

I would love to use those beautiful fabrics in lap quilts and table runners. I plan to spend ten days in the mountains sewing this summer! It is quiet and there are few distractions. Thank you for sharing these fabrics!

susan selby wrote
on 11 May 2014 3:32 AM

A baby quilt for the next new granddaughter.

churcae wrote
on 11 May 2014 6:57 AM

I take a small quilting project with me when our family goes camping. I have learned not to take white backgrounded blocks though! This year I have a polka dotted monkey wrench quilt that I am working on as we camp from Alabama to Maine!

surelyqt wrote
on 11 May 2014 7:13 AM

I plan to make a carry on tote bag for airplane travel.

surelyqt wrote
on 11 May 2014 7:13 AM

I plan to make a carry on tote bag for airplane travel.

karenjsp wrote
on 11 May 2014 8:26 AM

Recently bought some fabric with a camping theme, some what retro (60's) era campers and tents. This group would compliment those fabrics. I would plan on making some of the retro blocks from the last two 100 quilt blocks magazines.. It would make a great themed quilt (or several quilts with the expanded amount of fabric), wonderful to take on car trips, camping outings, and to share with friends that are building a cabin on some land they just  bought

eswatniki wrote
on 11 May 2014 9:58 AM

I have a baby quilt on the agenda for my great niece.

on 11 May 2014 10:14 AM

Love the patterns... My son would love to have a quilt with everything he likes to do... I am so proud of him, he takes his family with him and teaches his kids his passions... his daughter takes after him... she loves to bow hunt and is only 9 and has lots of trophys.

kgableson wrote
on 11 May 2014 11:45 AM

This summer I would like to make a backpack for  when I go camping. This fabric would be perfect for my project!

BJRI wrote
on 11 May 2014 12:54 PM

I can see a sweet little backpack for a certain grandchild to take to day camp this summer for his snacks and his daily craft to come home in. This fabric would certainly make his unique. I know he would love it.

KarenL@3 wrote
on 11 May 2014 2:59 PM

I am almost ready to move into my new sewing room so I am excited to start/finish some projects. There are so many to do!  I am also hoping that a sewing friend who I didn't use to get to see much will be joining me so that we can make some QAV quilts and some Linus ones too. She and I are excited to be able to do this now that I live closer to her.

nglani18 wrote
on 11 May 2014 3:55 PM

I'm planning a quilt for a friend's 12 yr old niece who loves music and cooking.

SarahAiko wrote
on 11 May 2014 4:24 PM

My summer plans include lots of hand sewing (probably cushions for the livingroom) because we'll be traveling a lot. Thanks for the giveaway!

jklmengland wrote
on 11 May 2014 5:54 PM

I have a graduation quilt to finish up and two baby quilts to make in the next couple months.  And I always have a long list of things I'm making for  gifts or just because I want to.

DMc77 wrote
on 11 May 2014 6:29 PM

I want to do a modern quilt with bold colors for an ill frient.

Thanks for the chance to win the fat quarters!

jmccombs wrote
on 11 May 2014 6:50 PM

Love the fabric. I am going to be doing my next trapunto applique quilt this summer, with bugs and butterflies. Thanks for the chance.

auschick wrote
on 11 May 2014 8:06 PM

I want to quilt a new diaper bag for myself! Mine has worn out!

gmomhope1 wrote
on 11 May 2014 9:44 PM

I would love to make a picnic blanket for my grandson for when he's camping with my daughter(his Mom) and family. They hike bike fish and just have a blast.

choover wrote
on 11 May 2014 11:29 PM

This summer I'm hoping to finally start a quilt for my husband and me!  I've been quilting for years, but keeping gifts flowing to the kids and grandkids and friends have consumed all my time and effort!  Keeping my fingers crossed . .

choover wrote
on 11 May 2014 11:29 PM

This summer I'm hoping to finally start a quilt for my husband and me!  I've been quilting for years, but keeping gifts flowing to the kids and grandkids and friends have consumed all my time and effort!  Keeping my fingers crossed . .

choover wrote
on 11 May 2014 11:29 PM

This summer I'm hoping to finally start a quilt for my husband and me!  I've been quilting for years, but keeping gifts flowing to the kids and grandkids and friends have consumed all my time and effort!  Keeping my fingers crossed . .

choover wrote
on 11 May 2014 11:29 PM

This summer I'm hoping to finally start a quilt for my husband and me!  I've been quilting for years, but keeping gifts flowing to the kids and grandkids and friends have consumed all my time and effort!  Keeping my fingers crossed . .

choover wrote
on 11 May 2014 11:31 PM

I'd like to make a quilt for me and my husband this summer.  Have always kept so busy keeping the kids and grandkids supplied as well as special friends!

on 12 May 2014 1:31 AM

I'm planning to make a quilt for my granddaughter this summer.  It will have everything she loves on it - from kitty cats to Frozen characters.  Thanks for the chance to win.

LL Howard wrote
on 12 May 2014 4:07 AM

I plan on catching up on my UFO's, getting them finished ( 3 bags, 2 quilts, and a new cell phone case, for my Hubby), then a baby quilt for an up-coming birth, When that is done, I'll start planning my Christmas sewing list. I think that'll do it for abuse to my sewing machine, so while it cools off, I've got some knitting projects!

That's it for the summer,

Linda 798

Lois Baird wrote
on 12 May 2014 6:37 AM

I have gone to the James stitchin sisters place once with my daughter, I would love to have her try free motion quilting on one of their machines this summer. She graduates soon and I think this might be a good channeling of her spirit, art and generosity.  We started a quilt at our first visit and hope she will enjoy quilting it while finding a new form of expression.

Lois Baird wrote
on 12 May 2014 6:38 AM

I have gone to the James stitchin sisters place once with my daughter, I would love to have her try free motion quilting on one of their machines this summer. She graduates soon and I think this might be a good channeling of her spirit, art and generosity.  We started a quilt at our first visit and hope she will enjoy quilting it while finding a new form of expression.

JeanneB1 wrote
on 12 May 2014 7:10 AM

One of my summer projects is to finish a flower filled quilt I'm hand piecing.  

on 12 May 2014 9:15 AM

I will resume working on a full-sized bed quilt with a cottage theme.

Denise Wood wrote
on 12 May 2014 12:27 PM

This would be great fun to use for a new traveling and camping quilt.   The grandkids will love it!   Thanks for sharing -

mdiane2 wrote
on 12 May 2014 2:32 PM

My friend is undergoing cancer treatment and a quilt willkeep her warm and comfortable during her treatments and will constantly remind her that she is loved.

mdiane2 wrote
on 12 May 2014 2:36 PM

My friend is undergoing cancer treatment and a new quilt will keep her warm and comfortable during her infusions, and let her know how much she is loved.

Lori62013 wrote
on 15 May 2014 12:57 PM

I would like to make a quilt for my grandson's first camping trip.  He is going to be one years old in June.  I really want to make a sleeping bag, I am not sure there will be enough fat quarters. If I win them you can be sure it will be a sleeping bag or for sure it will be a quilt so he could sleep with the love of Grandma around him.