About the Giveaway
EDITED – GIVEAWAY CLOSED
WINNER OF THIS GIVEAWAY IS PATRICIA DAVIS – AN EMAIL HAS BEEN SENT OUT
Grab a copy of my book,
A Life With Quilts-Featuring five quilt patterns, throw to twin size. -Most of the pattern are scrap and fat quarter friendly. -All patterns are for all skill levels. -Includes methods and tips for choosing fabrics, finishing a quilt and personal stories.
Get access to the Free Pattern Library
In addition to all of my free patterns, you’ll be able to stay connected and know when the next quilt along is or when a new quilt pattern becomes available.
Love the patterns Great give away also. Thank you.
Leslie Woods says
I typed my email incorrectly when entering for the new years give away. How can I correct it?
maybe just redo with the correct email. 🙂
What a great give-a-way! Love the fabrics and want to do that hard puzzle.
Roxy Sherburne says
Awesome give away. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. I’m hoping to win because Christmas was pretty depressing for me this year. Thanks again, and Happy New Year, 2023! Roxy in Hudson, WI
So excited, as my Garden Therapy fabric is expected to be delivered tomorrow!!! Did my best with all the giveaway chances, but just can’t figure out Facebook. Thanks for the opportunity!
Jeri Munoz says
Great giveaway. I’ve wanted to try the HST paper but never bought any. I’m newish to quilting. Mostly due to lack of time to hone my skills but now that I’m retired I’m able to get into my sewing room more often.
Such a fun giveaway!! Fingers crossed!
Rebecca Blair says
That’s an awesome giveaway – Thank you! The only thing missing is one of your patterns. Love it!
Deborah Sievert says
The “Cupcake” foundation or HST paper fromMida are used for quilt patterns in BOOKS by some of the Moda designers. But!! You can use them any way you like, actually. Great box of treasures, Melanie!
Thanks for the clarification!!
Debbra Pilgrim says
Thanks for a great giveaway! You should try the triangle papers. For me, they eliminate having to draw all the stitching lines on the back of the squares.