Sunday, February 16, 2014

We LOVE YOU Giveaway! - Last Day


GIVEAWAY CLOSED.

Thanks for participating in our giveaway! Reading about what you'd want to see in a new collection was a lot of fun. It was interesting to see the diverse tastes of Henry Glass fans. 



Today you are entering to win some Flannel Essentials by The Buggy Barn. What is your big quilting or sewing project of the year? Are you going to make a quilt? Will you try to sew a dress? Let us know by midnight tonight to qualify for the drawing. The other days of the giveaway and details are here and here.  Good luck!

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127 comments:

Mia's Cottage said...

Barn or house quilt of buggy barn!

Cammi said...

Looking at this beautiful collection by Buggy Barn, I would love to make a queen size quilt for my parents! The colors are so inviting!

Cammi said...

Looking at this beautiful collection by Buggy Barn, I am thinking a queen size quilt for my parents would be nice! So they can snuggle in and know that I love them!!

Denise Mitchell said...

My big project this year is a Judy Neimeyer quilt called Desert Sky.I love this fabric ....it was so much fun working with.

JessicaSews said...

I am making my very-first Wedding quilt (for son and his bride-to-be).
Excited!
The Giveaway stack of fabrics are Yummy! Such a 'cozy' selection.

WoolenSails said...

I plan on making more large quilts and want to make a flannel quilt for my bed, for next winter. I also plan on working on Christmas projects all year so i will have all my things finished and lots of gifts for friends.

Debbie

Joan said...

I'd love to make a quilt with wools this year. I'm adding to my stash piece by piece. Thank you for the generous giveaway. The wool is gorgeous.

Material Girl said...

I don't have a big project planned for the year, but I have about 10 quilts that I need to quilt and I would like to get them done this year, and hopefully work on some ufo's and with any luck start some new projects too.
I love the flannels!!

Flo said...

My sister will be celebrating her 65 birthday in August. When she was visiting me last year, she picked out the quilt that she wanted me to make. I have the fabric and pattern. Instead of procrastinating about it, I need to get busy and make it.

Donna said...

I plan to re-visit dress making this year. And, I have a few quilts on my agenda also.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Since I am recovering from a broken hip (fall this winter), I have decided that it will be a year of small projects. I like to contribute children's quilts to Hand2Help and 100 Quilts for Kids charity so there will be a few small quilts. And the Get Your Mrs. Claus On is a charity for childrens' toys (make doll quilts for the beds and cradles) for disbursement to children's hospitals at Christmas time.

Jan said...

I've been sewing for over 60 years, and I've really settled on making quilts. This year I'll probably complete at least 10 quilts. I also want to make some bags and maybe a couple of blouses.

ozone3 said...

Have several quilts to complete. Have the tops done...just need to machine quilt them.

Thanks for the chance to win!!

Melissa Miller said...

I have a number of sewing projects to complete -- a few quilts, pj pants, apron but something completely different than I've made before are slipcovers for our sofa and chairs.

Nicole said...

quilts, quilts and more quilts.....king size....without a longarm!

Nancy said...

I'd like to make a quilt for each of my kids this year. Maybe a rag quilt!

Paula Knutson said...

I have lots of projects to work on this year, but I'm determined to get new place mats and table runners done for myself! I'm looking forward to trying new blocks I've never made before!

Paula Knutson said...

Would love to make all new placemats and table runners for myself!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

My big plan for this year is to finish all of the projects I started last year. If I can get one done each month, I will have a nice stack of quilts for gifts and donations!

Vickie said...

Oh I love Buggy Barn!

Mary Ann said...

Planning on getting my UFO's done this year........

chefpa said...

My big quilting project this year is to make a small quilt 12"x12" or so, in a seasonal theme, for my mom's door at her assisted living facility.

Stacey Larson said...

Love earthy tones and want to make a few Rag Quilts so would love the bundle. I have a lot of unfinished projects - that's my goal this year.

scottylover said...

My big project of the year is to finish hand quilting a full size quilt I started in 2005. It was a BOM and I got stuck on the August block, so I put it aside for a year or two. When I finished it, I decided to hand quilt it and have been doing a little every winter since then. Just have a couple more blocks to do and then the borders and it will be done! It has been nick-named the never ending project.... :)
Sandy A

Lynda said...

my goal this year is just to finish a lot of pieces that have either been started or are stuck in my head....and that is a tall order

Bev said...

Love the new flannels. I plan on making a quilt for my sister. We picked out the fabrics now just have to cut it out and put it together.

Denise Canral said...

My big project for this year is actually 2 quilts. One for each of my 2 grandchildren. A girls due in March and a boy due in June!

Michele T said...

Right now I am making two qwuilts for two very dear people in my life who are celebrating important events: one is for my niece who is graduating from Nursing in the spring, and the other is for my neighbor who is turning 80!!! The best part is that both quilts are a surprise!!!! Sssshhhhh!

sofen said...

I have never made a proper quilt yet, but maybe this year? I want to sow myself some summer clothing, and also for my daughter. That is my big goals. For small things I sew crayon rolls and purses.

jachelno at gmail dot com

PK Sews said...

I'm hoping to make six quilts this year - one for each of my sisters and daughters. Thanks for the fun! Those flannels look yummy!

Wonky Girl said...

This year I am trying to keep up with several BOM's. I enjoy "quilting along" with others on the internet.

Mara said...

I am going to try to master making 4 quilts this year, otherwise I generally make pouches and bags.

Vicki H said...

I haven't started yet, but I plan to make two full/queen size quilts for my girls and their husbands for Christmas this year.

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

My big project of this year is to finish all my UFOs.

Potpourri said...

I am planning on making a couple of baby quilts and a lap quilt. The flannels would be perfect!

Margaret said...

My plans are to make a New York Beauty quilt this year. I love these flannels and I love

Terri van Gulik said...

quilts, quilts and more quilts

Brenda said...

My big quilting project is to make quilts/throws for each of my children.

GranChris said...

I really try not to take on big projects because they won't get done. I keep my quilts at no larger then Queen. That said I have a Pickle Dish started and a Weddding Ring started. Hope I get them finished in between all the other UFO's.

JaneB said...

I'm going to finish a Quilt of Valor for a returning soldier.

Jeanne Gwin said...

My big project is actually "projects". I have several quilt kits that are screaming at me to make them. As well as some older quilts that I need to cut and make. Never ending love work at my house. Thank you for giving us an opportunity to win your very generous giveaways.

Diane H said...

Right at the beginning of the new year I started a qayg queen size quilt made with homespuns for our bed!
Will be finished this week. Thanks for the fun giveaways.

Sunnybec said...

I am just quilting a quilt called Village Houses (embroidered houses) which I have had hanging around for just over a year. I did the embroidery while sitting with my old dog. Other than that for the first time in a while I have nothing else planned... no babies arriving in the family this year (as far as I know!) Thanks for the chance.

dortha said...

What beautiful fabric. I would love to make a quilt out of them.

Shauna said...

I want to finish several quilts because I'm learning to use my long arm.

Joanna said...

I'm always making something but I would say my big project this year is a quilt for my sister that I want to make. Problem I'm having is finding the right design. She loves flowers so I'm looking in that direction, maybe applique.

Melissa Greenfield said...

I mostly make quilts but am beginning to venture in making small stuffed pets for the grandkids!

Diann said...

I'm working on a Christmas stocking for a family member and hope to do more of them.

Sewing Mom said...

Right now, I have 12 aprons cut out that I need to sew before April...I also have a granny square quilt cut out...so should probably try to work on that too. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

Barb N said...

I'm planning on making a cozy flannel quilt for these cold, snowy winter days. Of course, it will be for 'next' winter! Love the fabrics by Buggy Barn.

Gill said...

A wedding quilt for my nephew!

Jo Stovall said...

Presently working on a jean quilt. Love the Buggy Barn collection ~ so warm and cozy looking!

Lisnaweary Quilts said...

I really want to make a cosy flannel quilt for ME! I have made so many for others!

Renea said...

This fabric is sew cute. I really want to make a king size quilt for our bed. Right now I am finishing up little projects sew I can devote my time to the king size quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

DebraKay Neiman said...

My son is getting married this fall...I will make them a wedding quilt - King size...only my second full size project. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Lee Mills said...

This year I have been collecting block patterns for a quilt with all "house" blocks. These plaids would be absolutely perfect.

Karen said...

This flannel would make a great rag quilt. It would be so soft and fuzzy.

Sara said...

Love the plaids and dots. Perfect for the quilt I want to make for a new grandbaby!

JD said...

I want to make more table runners. I think I like smaller projects, maybe some bags because I love them. plus practice more machine quilting.

Deb G. in VA said...

My big project for this year is a quilt by Judy Niemeyer, Flowers For My wedding, plus finish several of my UFOs.

Carla G said...

I'm sewing clothing for my boys - my biggest project will be a rain coat as the one I made last year is too small. And I used the biggest size on the pattern too, so will have to use a new pattern. And I'm planning to make my son a quilt in reds. :)

Anonymous said...

I have been sewing for 60+ years and very much enjoy it. recently I have been sewing a lot for the 18" dolls but there is a great grand expected so a baby quilt is on the schedual.
I really like Buggy Barn patterns and your fabrics are wonderful.

Kris said...

This fabric looks so soft and comfy it just has to be made into a quilt. My biggest project is on its last legs, just put on the binding of an antique hankie quilt making for my aunt. I am looking forward to making a couple of baby quilts.

patricia said...

2d grandgirl still needs a quilt. The fabric is ready, just the time...

Paulette Rea said...

I love to make flannel rag quilts!!! I made a baby quilt for a friend, and a rag quilt for each of my sons for Christmas!!! Of course they all loved them! Now we have 2 new babies coming this year... that means 2 new baby quilts and of course they must have a bigger rag quilt... I really like the Buggy Barn fabrics. They would make a beautiful quilt!

Lisa Marie said...

I don't really have a single big project picked out -- rather, I have a big list of projects! Lots of lap quilts to give at Christmas, some smaller things like pouches and potholders, baby quilts, etc. I like to be able to give gifts to friends and family for many occasions and non-occasions.

ledamewood said...

I am making a very special quilt for my husband. I designed it with the help of my friend, and nod of approval from my husband. Fabrics have been acquired and cut, and part of the blocks sewn already. It's a big quilt, but I'm excited to see it come together.

barbara woods said...

been wanting to make a house quilt for a long time, thanks for the chance

teachpany said...

I make lots of quilts and table runners and pajamas a year! My next, ready to cut, is a Hunter's Star in purple batiks. I want to do a red and white, and I also have planned a blue and white. Maybe I'll add in a dress for my new great niece! I have to be sewing. It makes me happy.

KathyE said...

These flannels are gorgeous. Wouldn't they make a cozy beautiful quilt. My big project for this year is a queen size quilt for my daughter and son-in-law.

kym said...

I plan to reproduce an antique red and green quilt that I bought at an antique mall in SC. Someone had cut up the quilt to make stockings, leaving big holes in the Civil War era quilt. The quilting on the original was superb so I will have a challenge.

Linda said...

Hi,neat collection!
I'm going to concentrate on making more Charity children's quilts this year! Thanks for sharing!

cobaltt16@yahoo.com

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

My plan this year is to get those things I pieced last year~ quilted! I'd love for them to be gifts this year. Thanks so much for the fun!

Jacquie Billot said...

I plan to finish all my projects and make some charity quilts.

LisaT said...

I actually finished just finished it -! It is a gift and was a 14 month experience and now ready for the long armer. What a relief!

Jodi Connors said...

OOOOH this fabric would be so wonderful for an applique quilt. That is what I would like to tackle this year, I would love to do Lisa Bongeans BOM or any heavily appliqued quilt, I just need to choose one. LOL That will be my large quilt this year. I also have several throws that I am going to do for Christmas gifts too. Thanks for the giveaway!

Jodi
mtnfamily2013@yahoo.com

Lee said...

I want to make a queen size quilt for my mother in law! She would love flannel as she is always cold! thanks for the weekend fun!

Emily C said...

I would make a quilt for my bed. I don't have a flannel quilt yet and they are nice and warm for our nasty cold winters.

Dee D said...

I love this flannel fabric - most of my go-to colors are in the group. My big project is a twin sized quilt for my father-in-law. I'm also doing a BOM and want to quilt last year's BOM.

Julie said...

I have to quilt 2 king size quilts which I am hoping to have done this year :)

Sheffield Beehive said...

My big project this year is to make quilts for my son and two grandsons. I've made a quilt for everyone in my family except these three very special guys.

Tabitha Keener said...

I'm starting about 4 queen size quilts, plus some bags and pillows. I love the flannel essentials, their so warm and homey looking. Thanks for a chance.

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Helen L said...

My big projects are always quilts!! I've got several going and hope to finish up one for my hubby for our anniversary in April..

Tabitha Keener said...

I'm starting about 4 queen size quilts, plus some bags and pillows. I love the flannel essentials, their so warm and homey looking. Thanks for a chance.

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Donna W said...

My big project for this year, is to finish up all my UFO's. And, needless to say, that will be a big task. FMQ here I come.

marie said...

To finish a large wool applique quilt as I started it last year.

marie said...

To finish a large wool applique quilt as I started it last year.

Karen said...

I am making quilts for my graduations. Last year I had 5 to make and this year I have to make only 1. Next year I will have 4 so I would like to get one or 2 of those done early. Also, I will have many other quilts that catch my Eye that I will try to make!

Robin said...

I want to work on improving my free motion quilting on a regular sewing machine.

NancyL said...

Lots of ideas of things to make this year, but first is a baby quilt for my soon-to-arrive granddaughter.

Cheryl said...

I plan to finish two blocks of the month quilts, a quilt from 3 years ago, and start a new miniatures quilt.

Kathie said...

Buckle down and understand paper piecing!

Joan and Kevin said...

I need to finish the Double Wedding Ring Quilt I cut out for my daughter and her husband. Thanks!

Kathy H said...

I am looking at patterns now to make a quilt for my daughter's wedding.

Carrie P. said...

I plan to make a rag quilt for my Daughter-in-laws birthday which is in August.

Jean said...

Bonnie Hunter's mystery king size!

Betsy said...

I am actually making many things for my new grandbaby. He or she is due to arrive in September so I am making the classic pooh bear accessories.

Beth said...

I have completed the hst's for a king-sized quilt, and last night I decided on the arrangement. Now I just need to get pressing and assembling.

pojeda said...

I want to finish the Dallas Cowboys bed sized quilt for my grandson. Also, I want to make a quilt for my daughter and her husband this year. That has been promised to her for years! Need to get started on that one! LOL!!!! Love this collection by Buggy Barn!

Please send responses to
pojeda50 @ yahoo.com

JoyceLM said...

My goal this year is to learn machine applique. And my 3 sisters & I plan to make a group quilt to enter in a show (we live in 4 different states). Thanks for the giveaway.

Cecilia said...

This year I want to make a queen size quilt for myself. I'm not sure what pattern it will be yet.

Sherry said...

I am really stuck on quilt tops lately, I keep finding designs I would like to try. I have always been a sewer, quilting is kind of new to me so one of my goals this year is to make a dress for my 3 youngest granddaughters birthdays.

mabear said...

I will be making a lot of things this year. A civil war period dress may be one of them. I love the flannels. some of those would make a nice fall dress. mabear29@ymail.com

delaineelliott said...

This year I am making two flannel rag quilts for my nieces for Christmas gifts. Thanks!

stephanie byrd said...

2 toddler quilts for my grandchildrens birthdays and then a quilt for each of my boys for their anniversaries and my daughter for her birthday

Bonnie58 said...

My big project us a french braid quilt for my eldest son. Thanks do much for sharing.

Barb said...

Big project is making a quilt for my DIL. Still in the designing stage right now. Her tastes are so different from mine.

LJ said...

I'm not much into garmet sewing anymore. I have Bonnie Hunter's Celtic Soltice quilt begun - I sure do hope I can get it finished this year!!

lefuntz said...

I am working on 3 quilts. 2 need borders and the third is halfway pieced. I want to start another project but I need to finish these first!

Lila said...

I finished a quilt top for my granddaughter today. Has 17 Buggy Barn stars and 3 BB hearts. Now to sandwich it and get quilted. My husband wants a new quilt and I have seen some pretty flannels here tonight.

Debbie Rogowski said...

I'd love to make a Christmas quilt. Of course I have 3 others to finish. and I always have side projects going. :) best way to keep things interesting. I love the Buggy Barn fabrics and the Buggy Barn patterns. This flannel was so easy to work with and feels great

Jill Meador said...

Currently I have 4 quilts that need binding sewn on. And this year I am working on 2 online BOMs and 2 quilt shop BOMs-
Among 2 other quilts to finish up due to "Technical Errors" :(

Angelia Lanouette said...

My goal for this year is to make my first quilt. I am a new quilter and have made small projects like mug rugs, small wall hangings, pouches, and totes....I'm ready for bigger things. Thank you for sharing!

KatieQ said...

I have always wanted to make a queen size quilt for my own bed. I promised myself that this would be the year.

Janie said...

I will make a quilt. What a beautiful collection you have by Buggy Barn. Right now I am finishing a table topper using the melon seed pattern. Thank you for the giveaway.

matope said...

I'd love to make a blanket for my daughter... we dont really do pink in this house, these are perfect!

Christine M said...

My big project is I am going to start the hand quilting on my hand pieced double wedding ring quilt. It is too hot here in Australia for quilting at the moment!

Connie Cain said...

Would like to make quilts for my grandkids. I have 7. :)
craftyccain@gmail.com

jackiero said...

Making Lynette Anderson's Chateau Hexagon BOM......I'm heavy into portable projects lately :)

Jaytee said...

I have a new grandson so I will be making a quilt for him for when he's old enough to stay at Nana's house! I also want to make another hexagon quilt. Thanks for the offer

Sheila said...

I am making the Good Night Irene quilt as a QAL and loving it . Those flannels are incredible , I would love to make a flannel quilt!!

bets said...

I am making little girl dresses with matching bags. Also, flannel pj pants! And placemats for gifts! So would love to win...thanks!

Sarah said...

I have at least 10
Quilts planned...we'll see how many I can do

Kathy MacKie said...

Going to start a Block of the month quilt with some quilty friends.

Lisa Cox said...

I'm going to try and finish the queen sized quilt Ii started for my daughter, and if I can find the fabric, make a baby quilt for a coworker.56

jmniffer said...

I would make a quilt for a family member graduating college this year.

Deborah said...

I have been designing a religious quilt that includes the God's eye block and some embroidery gothic crosses. It is huge, 115X115. I will have it done by the end of the year.