Friday, April 25, 2014

Aurifil Giveaway - Botanics Thread - GIVEAWAY CLOSED


The new Botanics Thread Boxes by Aurifil Threads & Carolyn Friedlander are simply stunning. These threads coordinate effortlessly with the simple and modern Botanics collection by Carolyn Friedlander, and the modern quilt and sewing possibilities are almost endless. Today we are showing off this thread collection and giving some away to FOUR lucky readers!
The Botanics Large Thread Box includes 12 enchanting thread colors to mix and match with your stash of Botanics fabric. From oranges to greens to blues, the entire Botanics collection coordinates beautifully.
Each spool contains 1,422 yards of delicious 50 wt. 100% cotton thread, in the most magical colors.
For a taste of the Botanics Thread Collection without the large commitment, the Botanics Small Thread Box is just what you need.
The Botanics Small Thread Box contains 10 spools of thread filled with 220 yards of 50 wt. 100% cotton thread.

As a little treat, we are giving away two of the Botanics Large Thread Boxes and two of the Botanics Small Thread Boxes. To enter, comment on this post letting us know what you would make with a big stack of Botanics fabric and a matching thread box. All four winners will be chosen on 5/2/14. Entry is open to all, and be sure to leave your email address! Good luck!

UPDATE -- Our four winners have been chosen!
The winners of the two Botanics Large Thread Boxes are:

Carol said...
I've decided to make a medallion quilt - either the one from Liberty Love or Gypsy Wife from Jen Kingwell. I really like Aurifil thread.


DebrafromMD said...
I recently saw a lovely hexagon quilt at my local quilt store. These colors would be perfect for the pattern.


The winners of the two Botanics Small Thread Boxes are:

The Cozy Pumpkin said...
I would love to make a quilted duffle bag! That fabric with that thread…YUM!!!


Ali said...
I would make a picnic quilt, I don't have anything to lunch on in the grass!

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Lisa said...

Oh I would think I had died and gone to sewing heaven. I would make some pillows for my new sewing room so fast your head would spin!!

Sherrill said...

I have NO idea what I would make but I'm quite sure it would be something 'purty'..how could it NOT be with that beautiful fabric?!! LOL I LOVE aurifil so when it includes aurifil, it's ALL good!! Thanks!

jednoiglec said...

So far I used Botanics fabrics separately, but if I win matching thread, I would love to make a quilt and finally try free motion quilting.

Anita said...

I would love to have a table runner with that pretty stack of fabrics.

Lani Glasser said...

I would make a quilt for my neighbor, and quilt it with this lovely thread! LD dot glasser at gmail dot com

Tracy said...

I would be in sewing Heaven! Sewing pillows, quilts, runners... And the list goes on and on!

L said...

Gorgeous!! I'd make a quilt for my son. Poor kid hasn't gotten one yet.

Debi said...

I would make a quilt for my granddaughter's big girl bed.

Nelly Kelly said...

I'm gonna be honest here... No way that stack and that thread are getting used up together and right away... Both will need some time to be enjoyed in their present form. Then I'd spread them throughout projects from garments for me to baby quilts, and everything in between, wherever there special-ness could best be appreciated!

Debi Horne said...

This collection is very nice; good colors and patterns easy on the eye, but with a mod look. My daughter just moved into her new house, I think I'd make a wall quilt for her, she'd love the hip look.

Thanks for the chance.
Debi Horne
debihonre54@yahoo.com

SHARON ZISOS said...

I want to make a modern doulble wedding ring! Thanks for the chance to win.

HollyandGary said...

I would make Denise Schmidt's Point Me quilt pattern in a generous twin, and then quilt with the aurifil thread--I think these colors would look amazing running across a Kona Snow background!!

Anonymous said...

I'm starting on the Great Granny Sew Along, and the Aurifil threads would be oh sew nice to go "along" with it!

Donna Flanery said...

Hate to say I have never used Aurifil thread so would love the opportunity to use it and the fabric to make a quilt for one of the grandkids.

Jess said...

A cozy quilt for my new baby niece, coming this fall. Thanks!

The Cozy Pumpkin said...

I would love to make a quilted duffle bag! That fabric with that thread…YUM!!!

Bethany said...

Thank you for such a great giveaway! Aurifil is my favorite thread, I would make a bed size quilt using Botanics! :)

Cynthia said...

I love Aurifil thread! I would sew a quilt from the book and maybe use a lot of white so the thread in the machine quilting will show up.

Jennifer Gail said...

I would make a purse. Thanks

Teresa Stanulis said...

What would I make with a big stack of Botanics fabric? A quilt for myself! I've recently started using Aurifil for piecing and quilting and I LOVE it!
tstanulis@mac.com

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

Oh my gosh! Are those not the most lovely fabrics?!! And I love that there are wide backing prints as well. :-)
Aurifil threads are great. I'm about to start quilting my latest with a lovely shade of grey.
What would I make? Oh my! I might just sit and stare at them for a while and let them inspire me!

GrammyK said...

Could see myself making a summer quilt, and a tablerunner to match. Love the thread colors too-Aurifil is the best! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

lorna said...

How wonderful. I would make a quilt for my daughter's first apartment

Amanda Konarske said...

Some sort of bed quilt... I just love the Botanics line!

Jusmom1 said...

These colors are just delicious! I would make a quilt for the futon in my expanded sewing room! Thanks for the chance to win!

Renee said...

Oh I don't know! This is a fabulous giveaway! I'm thinking a quilt with lots of lovely fmq on it--gotta show off those threads too, right?! Or maybe a whole cloth quilt with just the threads!

tpott said...

If I were the lucky winner I'd make a quilt for me. Every quilt I've ever made, I've given away. I'd love a tradinational quilt made with a modern flair. It would be great to try Aurifil thread. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

imquilternity said...

Wow... that's easy. I would make lots and lots of bags, pouches, and totes. I love, love, love both the Aurifil thread and the Botanics fabrics!

Sigi G said...

After looking closely at the Fabric - I think I would make the 'Button Pattern' from 'Cluck,cluck Sew' I recently bought. It has just the right mix of print and solid Fabric for this Pattern and matching thread.....well, sewing room - here I come!!

Quilting Momma said...

new colors for a new baby quilt for my First Great Niece! love all those colors! Eye candy for new baby!

Bonnie Watson said...

Love Aurifil thread and would love to make a churn dash quilt with Botanics. I have seen a pattern with various size churn dashes. This combination would be perfect.

Anonymous said...

I would make wonderful quilts and quilt them with this delicious thread. nlcalendar@hotmail.com

Maryjo said...

The thread is beautiful! I would make a quilt for our sofa to wrap up in...thank you for such a great giveaway!

M.W. said...

I have six yes six tops to quilt and this thread would come in handy...just saying.
Thanks
Shawn

Janet @ Simply Pieced said...

I would finally make my son a quilt! I love the Botanics line and have always thought it would be perfect for a boy.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I am half way between traditional quilter and modern - I like the modern look with this type of fabrics and I would do a more modern type of quilt with it.

Gina S. said...

Quilts, pillows, table runners! Beautiful!!

Carolyn said...

The first thing that popped into my head was a fall leaf quilt, with appliqued leaves...these fabrics and threads would be lovely!

grammyx4 said...

I love aurifil thread and Botanics would be so much fun to sew into... Anything! Thanks!

Nancy Lewis said...

I would make a quilt. I would love to try this thread, as I have heard such great things about it.

Anonymous said...

I would make a huge quilt to hang in my hallway! So pretty, thanks for the giveaway.
cpoot at telus dot net

Sam said...

I would make a courthouse steps quilt! That pattern has been on my list forever!

Jan Manley said...

My daughter has been wanting a "Modern Geometric" quilt for her apartment. These would be perfect!

Quilter Kathy said...

Such great textures in this fabric line! I'm sure I would use it in the next great sew along! These threads are awesome too... many colours that I haven't seen before!

Teresa @ Aurea's Kitchen said...

It would be lovely a plus quilt.
Thanks for this giveaway

Paloma said...

The whole botanics line is so lovely and these threads are no exception! I think what wouldn't I want to make might be more the question, the fabrics lend themselves so nicely to quilts but also bags and garments.

Gill said...

Maybe a picnic quilt??

CLS said...

Love Aurifil and Botanics....I would make a modern appliqué quilt to show off fabric and thread. Pinehavencreations at rogers.com

Linda said...

HELLO,I think I'd make a new throw first of all and maybe new pillow covers too! Thanks !

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Little Ella Lu said...

I think Botanics would make lovely blouses.

Vio said...

I love the look and feel of this line!! I would use it to make something for my brother. It's just manly enough without being too far out of my comfort zone. Thanks for the chance!!

Barbe said...

this is an easy question for me, I have a big stack of Botanics line, (just not the thread) I am in the process of designing the quilt, haven't narrowed it down yet though, thanks for the chance

isispx said...

Oh, so many possibilities, but I think I'd try doing the 'block of the month's I saw in Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine.

Teresa said...

Well, I already have some Botanics fabric - I haven't quite decided what to make - but it will be lovely when I finish. The coordinated threads would just make it even better.

Emily Breclaw said...

I would make a picnic quilt for the summertime! Thanks for the opportunity, those threads are just scrumptious!!

emily@thecaffeinatedquilter.com

Jeanie said...

Ohhhhh... beautiful threads! I'd make some sort of spring quilt and match the quilting with the fabrics. Thanks so very much!

Robyn said...

I'm thinking something by Edyta Sitar would be great.

Joanie said...

This line is so beautiful. I would make a quilt for my 2 1/2 year old grand daughter. She LOVES fabric! I love how I can share my love for quilting with her. My daughter and daughter-in-laws don't really like quilts so sharing my love with her is awesome. So I would make her another quilt.

Lynda said...

not sure what I would use this fine gift for - I like to have the fabrics in hand and ponder about its use. I am sure that bags and blankets would be in their future though.

Joanie said...

I left a comment earlier but didn't leave my email address. Wasn't sure how? joanie@hjusa.net

Lisa Marie said...

Wow, so gorgeous! I would make a lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift.

Kathleen OGrady said...

How wonderful! I would make a quilt and throw pillows for our camp trailer! Thanks for the chance to win!

kay said...

I would make a quilt with large blocks, to show off the fabulous designs on the fabric. (One of my favorite fabric collections, by the way! And thread to match? That's over the top!)

momh said...

I'm not sure what I would make but just looking at that thread makes me want to try every one- they are gorgeous:) dthunsaker@yahoo.com

Exuberant Color said...

I think placemats would be great with this fabric line so I could be up close and personal with the prints as I eat.

Christine Slaughter said...

Oh yummy!! I have several Jaybird Quilt patterns that I would love to use this fabric and thread for!

Hildy said...

I love the crossweave print in the line and already used it as background. And the collection is also a great stash builder. I love Autrifil thread it's so wonderful and I think with the colors you could create some great quilt patterns (if only my FMQ skills were this good;-)
hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

Judith said...

I would make cushions for the daybed in my sewing room, and a sewing machine cover. Thanks for the chance to win.

christelle29100 said...

Je tente ma chance, une française pourrait peut être gagner.....
cmarziali@aol.com

Jeanne said...

I would make a quilt and maybe a tote with this beautiful fabric and thread.

Sorcha girl said...

I love the colors in this box of Aurifil thread. I could see a summer quilt made with these colors and Botanics just might be a good fabric choice. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jill Hicks said...

Gorgeous colors. I would stitch out some floral embroidery designs.

Debby Leake said...

I have been watching Aurfil videos and dreaming of beautiful thread. I have 10 finished quilt tops to quilt. This giveaway would be the perfect kick start for me. Also, I have 4 new quilt tops that are almost finished. Do you see a pattern here!

Anonymous said...

Hmmm. The disco quilt is really nice. I have lots of patterns that will work quite nicely with
Botanics. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

Jan Sessions at jcmcenter@msn.com

ShariK said...

The colors are stunning in the fabric and the thread. I would definitely make a quilt for my bed. Beautiful! Thanks for the generous giveaway.

quiltingatthebeach said...

I would make a bargello quilt. I think the colors are gorgeous!

Angie Jenson said...

I've been wanting to make a Dresden quilt the B fabric and thread would be perfect for this project.

Maggie said...

I would love to make a throw quilt for our living room, as well as an appliqued pillow. I'm so in love with the line. I have the Park Bench BOM as well. I really can't get enough of this line of fabrics!

Monica said...

I'd like to make some pillow covers!
Silverize at hotmail

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

My what a generous giveaway! I would make a quilt. Maybe using a traditional block in a bunch of different sizes.

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, such pretty threads and fabrics. I would definitely make a quilt!! Thank you for the chance to win.

Tami
tamiquilts(at)att(dot)net

Just Sew Sue said...

I'm using a number of botaniics prints for the aviatrix sew along.

Miss Jean said...

A quilt for my niece.

Alina said...

Most likely, I will sew plenty of clothes for my little girl.

Thanks for the generous giveaway.

GO STARS! said...

I would use the thread with my Botanics layer cake to make a Rubys Ribbon Box Quilt

Gloria said...

Lovely fabric and thread.I have just become a great-aunt so I would make a quilt for my great-niece.

Erica said...

A Botanics thread box has been on my wish list ever since I heard about them. I have some larger pieces of low volume Botanics set aside as background for a couple of quilts I plan to make and I have some of the prints in the orange color way - they are so pretty!

gammy said...

Sew pretty! I would make a Happy Mother's Day lap quilt for my mom to use with her walker and scooter chair! cernydm@gmail.com

Stephanie said...

I think I would make a lap quilt with matching wall hanging for my living room. Great giveaway!
daniel(dot)stephanie1997(at)gmail(dot)com

carrie said...

I'd use a bunch of Botanics thread and fabric in a low-volume quilt I've been planning.

DebrafromMD said...

I recently saw a lovely hexagon quilt at my local quilt store. These colors would be perfect for the pattern.

Gretchen said...

I would love to make a table topper and pillows for my living room. Thanks for the chance at the wonderful giveaway!

Lori said...

A churn dash is my future.

a. mattinson said...

I would love to make a larger version of kaffe fassett's jewel squares. I have recently discovered I love quilting my own quilts with this beautiful aurifil. jemworks05@hotmail.com

Rita Anne Haverman said...

We are expecting our first grandbaby any day now. A little boy named Samuel Matthew. He already has a "baby" quilt but he will need more quilts for every day use. These beautiful threads will be put to good use. Thank you for the opportunity to win.
ritaanneh@yahoo.com

Kay said...

Thanks for a great giveaway. I am in bag making mode, and have also become rather fond of making cushions lately too.

Melva Palmer said...

All those colors would be perfect for all my applique projects I have planned!!

Jenelle said...

I love to work hand-stitching into my quilting projects whenever I can, so I would use these to make an EPP quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

donna said...

i would love to make something for my granddaughter with this!

Das mach ich nachts said...

I would love to make patchwork pillows and another sew together bag! Best Barbara

Jennifer Ballard said...

I would make a dresden plate quilt - the Aurifil thread would be so pretty for the top stitching!

Karin said...

My mom has been asking for a quilt so I'd make something for her!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Oh my gosh it would be like 10 Christmases put together! I love the prints~ esp the ones that are on the grid. I would have to make a quilt for my DS because it reminds me of graph paper and it would him too after years of math. Thanks for the dream!

cheeky monkey said...

the next quilt I want to make is a medallion quilt. The different colors in different circles around would look great

Sue H said...

I would make an equilateral triangle quilt alternating the colored prints with the low volume prints. This has been planned for months, maybe now I will have the chance to make it!!

Archie the wonder dog said...

I think I'd make a double Irish chain quilt for my bed!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I would make a lovely quilt for myself. I never get to keep one!!!Lol.
than
thank you!!!

Linda said...

I would finish my rainbow quilt, it's been WIP for too long!

Marti Taylor said...

I would make a flying geese wall hanging for my bedroom. The collection is so pretty without being overwhelmingly bright or busy. Thanks for the chance to win!

Linda Cates said...

Oh, how I would love to win this thread and fabric. I'm on fabric restriction:) so it would be a happy day and I would get to work on a new quilt!

Deb said...

I would make some tote bags for presents.....they make lovely gifts.

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

Reusable grocery bags for my friends!!! And a table runner or two ;)

Cameron H said...

I'd like to make a quilt for my bed: bright, but sophisticated. I have a FQ bundle of Botanics, so some thread to use to sew with it would be perfect! Thanks for the chance!

Kathryn said...

Now that spring is here I need some placemats for our outside patio table.

Kim said...

I would love to make a quilt and matching pillows for me bed.

Carol said...

I've decided to make a medallion quilt - either the one from Liberty Love or Gypsy Wife from Jen Kingwell. I really like Aurifil thread.

Katy Cameron said...

Oh I would love to combine them with some Architextures to create a map-like quilt.

Thanks for the chance to win :o)

Jenny said...

i really want to make a tinker tote...would love to use these threads!

foofpalmer said...

I would make a swoon quilt with these fabrics and quilt it with that fabulous thread! Such a great giveaway!!

Marilyn said...

I absolutely love Aurifil Thread, it's all I use when quilting. What a great colour range.

Barb said...

I'd start with a Cluck Cluck Sew Scout quilt and then make some pillow covers and then.....

Jennifer said...

There's a new baby coming on one side of the family and a wedding on the other - what could be better than making a new quilt for those events!

DH said...

I would make a quilt with the lovely fabric and matching thread.

Shauna said...

I would make a quilt for me not for someone else as I always seem to do.

skipbj@talk21.com

Cheryl said...

They'd make a sweet treat, a lap quilt, for my mom who passed on her love of nature to me. Botanics would be perfect!

Eye of the Dolphin said...

I would make a lovely quilt with em, designed especially for one of my dear friends. I dare say I may already be in the process of doing just that. Minus the thread.

babiesdoc said...

I have yet to try aurifll thread
and only can find it online

Sandra Williamson said...

At ripe young age of 70, I am finally making dream of making quilts a reality-bought new, top of line sewing machine & table, have HUGE number of patterns, have been buying fabrics galore but have NO THREAD AT ALL! Getting this would make it possible to start! Thanks, Sandra

SIMPLESEW said...

These colors are so so me and would love it to use with my collections of blocks to finish a gorgeous bedspread for my Botanics remodel..

Anne D said...

The thread colours are gorgeous and would be perfect for quilting. If I had that stack of fabrics I would make a plus quilt. It has beenon my to do list for a while.

Mara said...

I already have the fabric and I am going to make a bordella quilt with them, I think that is the correct spelling, I saw the pattern and I have it "pinned", but so far that looks good, now I need the thread ;)
grecomara at gmail dot com

Margaret said...

I love the Botanics collection - both fabric and thread! I have the fabric and am planning to begin working - soon I hope - on a quilt in a new Craftsy class I'm taking (Kimberly Einmo's Magical Blocks class). I love Aurifil threads and this collection is on my radar to finish my quilt, so I would love to win this gorgeous collection! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Diane N said...

I would make a quilt of some sort

Beth Collings said...

I will use it on my Kim Diehl appliqué quilt!

Vicki Gray said...

I would make some table runners and placemats for my daughter. The Botanics collection is just her style. So pretty!!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a great color selection of fabric and thread to make a modern quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Alesia said...

I would make some pillows for my new sewing room so fast your head would spin!!

marianne said...

I love The Antique Baskets,maybe this is the change to start on it.

Marci Warren-Elmer said...

Great giveaway! I would use the Botanics Aurifil set to quilt my Avatrix Medallion quilt. I am making it with my bundle of Botanics.

Christina said...

I love this colour and I should make a pillow.

Laura B said...

I have Carolyn Friedlander's Shirts pattern, so I'd probably whip up a bunch of little shirts for a quilt.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I think a table topper would be my choice.

Joan said...

I would make a table topper. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

Lorraine said...

I would make that Disco quilt with all those gorgeous colors!

Denise said...

I have a stack of Botanics that is waiting to become a quilt, but I haven't settled on a pattern yet. My latest pick is Jaybird Quilts' Chopsticks pattern.

Melanie said...

Ouuuu! Those colors are amazing! have to make a wall hanging!

C said...

Love the colors. My best friend is having a baby in Sept. I'd love to make him a quilt.

P Bybee said...

I'll make some pillows! If there's fabric left then I'll make a blog to be put on a tote bag

Kendra Watson said...

I have hoarded a Botanics jelly roll that I picked up before Christmas from you and I'm going to finally break it open for new cushions for the living room, each with a different design. So using these gorgeous threads to quilt them would make them even more special.
Misspbar at hotmail.com

Bunny Wilson said...

I'd make my next quilt using Botanics! :)

Susie said...

I would really love to make a quilt for myself. I seem to make them for everyone else! This line of fabric is just beautiful. Thank you for the chance.

Trish said...

I'm thinking a few smaller projects like table runners, place mats, and pot holders!

Mandy @msbookleaf said...

This would make a lovely quilt for my husband!

Billy'sgirl said...

I've fallen head over heals for the Red Letter Day quilt pattern by Thimble Blossoms. I think the Botanics color scheme would be perfect, quilted with the lovely matching threads!

Kyle said...

Those are fabulous colors. Whatever I'd make it would be bright and cheerful and full of energy. Thanks for opportunity create.

Tiara said...

I think that a mini bow tie quilt would be perfect!

Christine M said...

I'm not sure what I would make. But first I would just admire it, pet it and have it on display for a little while! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Lynne Tilley said...

I would make a quilt with many different blocks. I've never done that before. I'm learning more and more, and I think I'm ready for that.

Tanya Quilts in CO said...

I would make a granny square quilt. Thanks for the opportunity.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

Definitely a wall quilt. That thread calls for some beautiful quilting!

Betsy said...

Kim , I would make some fabric baskets for my 1st grandsons new nursery

Lisa said...

Oh I would love to make the local quilt, I bought the pattern but too late to get any of her architextures line, thanks for a great giveaway chance.

LindaSchiffer said...

I have three great-nieces and I'm thinking each of them will need a quilt at some point. I would like to make something fairly 'girlie' for each of them with modern floral patchwork designs. I think the Botanica collection would be super nice for those quilts!

:) Linda

Margaret said...

I'm planning a Disco quilt for my Botanics bundle. I hope I win the matching thread!

SewSewJenner said...

How awesome! I would make a quilt for my son who is graduating with a Landscape Architecture degree, I would probably have to throw in a little Architextures as well. Thank you for the chance!

SeeAmySew- Amy Caldwell said...

OMGosh!!! What wouldn't I make? I have never been able to afford Aurifil thread, so this would be a treat. I would have to use it on a very special quilt. <3

teachpany said...

I would love to make a quilt out of this collection, and add awesome quilting with Aurifil.

Quiltalicious said...

I would make a quilt with a mid-century modern feel to it, and maybe a tote bag with the same kind of vibe... the colors just say mid-mod to me.

Kathy Morton Nester said...

My Granddaughters have told me that they need new quilts, so I would make one for each!

Regina said...

OOhh - I have no idea ... would have to have it in hand and see what it tells me to become.

CarolAnn said...

I would make a much needed quilt for my bedroom if I won this fabulous collection.

Cathy Hayes said...

It would be a happy quilt! for a bed, either a twin or queen. I love the fabrics that would read as "white! They would make it so interesting. Aurifil in the happy colors would be fun to use. Planning it out would be such a delight!

Pat said...

I have started on Christmas quilts and this would fit in perfectly..

June Robertson said...

I would probably make the most stunning quilt that I have ever made yet. The fabrics and threads are utterly gorgeous!

Rockester said...

Oh my gosh look at all the love here! Oodles of comments! These colors are awesome! Pick me! :D
Actually congrats to whoever wins!
Kathy Aho in MN

allierae said...

After using aurifil to quilt for the first time last week, I think I would use these to quilt some more! It was wonderful to work with!

pizzaeater said...

I would make a churn dash quilt and I love aurifil thread.

Louise Warren said...

I would design something special just for that beautiful fabric and thread.

Karen said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter who will be graduating from college soon.

Kathy Stewart said...

I would make a modern quilt. Something bright and cheery.

mboykin said...

I would make a quilt for one of my children. My goal is for each of them to receive a quilt for their birthday.

Allyson Talbott said...

I would make a quilt but not sure what pattern exactly. I LOVE the botanics collection!

Sewsue @insight.rr.com said...

First I would make a quilt of valor quilt, spread the love of wonderful thread, great fabric to spread the warmth.

Debbie said...

I would make cushions for my rocking chair and a lap quilt to match. Colors are beautiful.

Terry said...

What beautiful colors! I'd love to make a new quilt for my bed. Thanks for the chance to sew with botanics collection! :0)

Rhonda Best said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter, she has made me several.

Karen said...

A quilt for picnics!

Dixie said...

Ooooooo I see lovely spring flowers in those colors in an appliqué quilt!

Madeleine Trainor said...

I would make a pieced and appliquéd wall quilt with color, color, color

Jamey Wimer said...

If I win, I will use this beautiful thread on my upcoming wool applique quilt!

Anonymous said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter! She loves the new fabrics!!!

Sarahsmonnywest@netscape.net

Sheral Brewer said...

Perfect colors would make some pillows and a throw for my couch and love seat.
sheralbrw@aol.com

c said...

What an honor to get a chance to win these, I couldnt have anything so neat on my own. Thank you all for the chance, reallly nice items.

aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

Kelly said...

Oh what beautiful colors! I'm a newbie and would live to make my daughter a quilt for her 30th birthday!

Tania said...

I would love both to make some fabric baskets for my daughter's toys.

Cindy Dahlgren said...

I am needing to make a quilt for our quilt show in October, and I would use the material and thread to make a paper pieced quilt from the Vintage Quilts book.

Jeannie D said...

Ooh La La! I would definitely make some pillow covers with embroidered embellishment.


Nortiness said...

I absolutely ADORE the Botanics line! I just wish I was in a financial position to buy some right now!

My son is almost 8, and I've got a second son on the way, these fabrics would be absolutely perfect for stuff for them .. the thread line to match is absolutely gorgeous!

debby said...

bags, mug rugs. I would just like having the fabric

Bonnie58 said...

A new lap quilt in fresh spring, modern colours as I don't believe we will ever see spring this year. Thanks so much for sharing

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