Friday, April 18, 2014

Aurifil Giveaway - Darlene Zimmerman Thread Boxes - GIVEAWAY CLOSED

Is your stash bursting with 1930s prints? You know, collections like Lazy Daisy Baskets, Grandma's Garden, and Betty Dear? Darlene Zimmerman's new thread boxes by Aurifil Thread might be the perfect addition to your bright, colorful stash. These threads will match perfectly for your vintage-inspired applique and binding. We are giving away FOUR Darlene Zimmerman Thread Boxes to FOUR lucky winners! We have two Darlene Zimmerman Large Aurifil Thread Boxes and two Darlene Zimmerman Small Aurifil Thread Boxes up for grabs today!


First up, we have two Darlene Zimmerman Large Thread Boxes to give away. These boxes contain 12 playful thread colors to perfectly accompany any 30s-inspired project.


Each spool contains 1,422 yards of delicious 50 wt. 100% cotton thread. With all of that thread, you might have to dig through your stash and start an applique project or two. The Candy Store and More book by Kay Connors and Karen Earlywine might give you just the inspiration you need.


And next up, we have two Darlene Zimmerman Small Thread Boxes to give away. This little beauty is travel-friendly, and contains 10 spools of Darlene's charming thread colors.



If you want a taste of this adorable thread collection, the Small Thread Box is for you. The 10 spools contain 220 yards of 50 wt. 100% cotton thread.


For a chance to win these playful thread boxes, leave a comment on this blog post letting us know what 30s-inspired projects you have in mind for these silky smooth threads. Four winners will be chosen on Friday April 25th. Eligibility is open to all, and please only comment once! Be sure to include your email address so we know how to contact you! Good luck!


Aurifil winners UPDATE! Congratulations to our winners!

The two winners of the large thread boxes are:

Michelle said...
I want to do a dresden plate quilt in 30's fabrics. I am collecting a few every time I go to a quilt shop. Thanks for the chance to win.

CARMEN SANGUINO said...
Hermosos hilos, hermosos colores! Los voy a utilizar en cualquiera de los proyectos que tengo en mente, un bolso, un edredón, cosas de navidad... es que en mi país no se consiguen fácilmente. Seré muy feliz de tenerlos en mis manos. Gracias y abrazos desde Colombia!


The two winners of the small thread boxes are:

Paula Douglass said...
I am new to quilting and I am very proud of my first few projects. I was recently inspired by my 88 year old aunts quilt made of patchwork girls (I later found was called sun bonnet sue) using fabrics from her dresses she wore as a little girl. I enjoyed the excitement in her eyes as she recalled every patch and remembered her childhood dresses. I plan on making one of these quilts and although I do not have a dress collection to use for my patches, I do so love my fabric collection and will enjoy selecting just the right ones for my special quilt. If I only have some nice thread to sew them on with........

Peaches1003 said...
Those colours!! I could eat them. I'd love to make a granny square quilt

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Lisa said...

I am going to make a retro pot holder!

Terri M said...

I love the Dresden Plate block and have been wanting to use my large stash of 30's fabric for that those spools of thread would be amazing to use for that.

Sally said...

I'm starting a Dresden plate quilt.

Lisa Marie said...

I think 30s prints would make a sweet baby quilt.

Jeanie said...

Maybe a sweet apron like my Grandma wore. Beautiful threads and thanks so much for the giveaway!

Anita said...

I'd love to make a summery table runner. I just love this thread.

Robin said...

My girls have Ruth and Molly, the 1930s and 1940s American Girl Dolls - I'm always making clothes and doll blankets and little things for them out of repro fabrics - I'd love to have this thread to use!

Rachael Ferrera said...

What a great set of colors. I don't have a 30s project in mind, but would love to use these on the many donation quilts I make for kids. Such bright and cheery colors!

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

a retro Dresden plate would be nice for a table topper

Mia's Cottage said...

Baby quilt is on the horizon for my first gran baby due in August!!
Donna

Becky said...

What a delightful coloring! Thanks for having a give-away.

Colleen said...

I would love to do a retro pinwheel baby quilt!!

jednoiglec said...

These colors are perfect for some summer project. Although I would use them to quilt a mini quilt with ice creams and other sweets.

Dawn said...

I would make a couple of table runners and wall quilts for the summer. There are also a few baby showers coming up that I would use these colors for as well. Thanks for offering this giveaway. The thread is beautiful.

Elin said...

How did you know that I have a box full of 1930's prints :-) I've been planning to make a dresden quilt with it ... and I could probably make several before the box is empty!

Quilter Kathy said...

OMG! That is my favorite thread the Aurifil 50 weight. My machine loves it, and so do I. These colours are delicious. I have a small 30's fabric collection to make a baby quilt for this summer.

sherryberrybim said...

I have a thirties quilt pattern that is a PIG and I would like to get back to working on it. These threads would be perfect for this quilt.

Emily C said...

I will make some retro kitchen towels, potholders and trivets.

Patti said...

I have a quilt in mind that I have been collecting fabric for. I don't know the name, but it is from American Patchwork and Quilting, and has a Irish chain type setting with a variety of 30s prints. My collection of fabric is just about there, so I will be starting this quilt soon. I have included several of Darlene's fabrics. Thanks for a chance at this lovely giveaway.

Nancy said...

I want to make Lori's Granny Square quilt in 30's fabric.

Mrs. DillyDally said...

I am having such fun making projects from Lori Holt's Quilty Fun book and just received my order of her Granny Square book! Lori's patterns and designs are perfect for 30's prints! Thanks for the inspiration and fun you generate for us all!

M.W. said...

i am thinkg a retro apron and would love to try this thread for the first time.
Shawn

Jess said...

I think something made with hexagons. Thanks!

Karen said...

Pot holders would be great to make.

Caro said...

Nose gay quilt is on my bucket list!

Patti said...

I have such a stash of 30's it would be hard to pick one. But I don love the red and white featured today. Thanks for the chance to win.

Vicky said...

A Cherry Pack Charm Quilt, of course. I have the charm sitting out on my sewing table ready to go!

Brenda said...

I would love to make 30's inspired quilt with the "granny square" look.

Donna Flanery said...

Not sure how 30s it is but I could sure use these threads for the Sun Bonnet Sue baby quilt I'm making right now.

Carla H said...

I would love to play with this thread when I make Mini Dresdan play squares using my 1930 prints

Beautiful colors

Carla
chartman@ball.com

Lisa said...

Recently, I've been working on a sampler quilt with all sorts of bright and airy vintage patterns, and these threads would be perfect :) I love the quality! Thank you so much for the chance to win!

Gretchen said...

Beautiful colors! I think a Sun Bonnet Sue baby quilt would really look wonderful using 30s prints

Anonymous said...

I will make a Dresden plate quilt with the 30's prints. Thank you for the opportunity to participate.

Jan Sessions at jcmcenter@msn.com

Kathleen OGrady said...

I am planning on making a Dresden plate quilt using my 1930's fabrics. Winning one of these thread boxes would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!
kogrady@cableone.net

PamKittyMorning said...

Oh gosh, I love those colors! And of course Darlene is the sweetest!

Julie V said...

I'd like to do a pinwheel baby quilt. Thanks for the opportunity!

Pam said...

i am working on some quilt blocks that were my cousin grandmothers and we are revamping the blocks to fit her taste

Suellen Dehnke said...

I want to make an Ohio Star Quilt for a friend who is a new widow.

sdehnke@hotmail.com

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

I would love to do a toddler quilt with the Vintage Play collection.

What an amazing giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity!!

Melanie said...

I have purchased my fabric and getting ready to start my Granny Square items by Lori Holt. These threads would work perfect!

Lee Ann L. said...

I want to make a Nosegay quilt for our bed using some old style fabrics that I've collected over the years.

Linda said...

I'd make myself a set of table runners that I could use in my lounge and dining room. I'd love the chance to sew with these threads as my friends rave about them!

Sharon Eshlaman said...

A Double Wedding Ring out of 30s will get me motivated! Thanks for a chance. That's the only brand of thread I use.

Suzy said...

I have some Dresden plates that have been in my UFO pile for awhile now. These threads would be perfect for them! :o)

Cheryl said...

I'll be sewing up some vintage aprons for my sisters and myself. They need these gorgeous threads!

Kimberley said...

Oh, I adore these!!! I am wanting/planning to do a 30s-inspired Granny Squared quilt inspired by Lori Holt. Please pick me! =) laughsewcreate@gmail.com

Anita said...

I am all about baby quilts and other baby items right now because I am four months pregnant. So baby quilts, bibs, and sleeping bags are what I would love to use this thread collection for. Thank you!

Julie Crooks said...

I have a "30s Playtime" mini charm pack ready to be made into a table topper for myself

I'm looking at getting more fabric in this line, too.

Trish said...

So many projects come to mind! I am thinking an apron, table runners, and a few pot holders. Love the 30s prints and this thread is beautiful!!

Lisa C said...

Oooh, pretty colors! I think I would have to make a Granny Squared or Dresden plates :)

Exuberant Color said...

I have a quilt with a pinwheel block planned for my 30s fabrics.

Beverly said...

A baby quilt for my sweet 5 month old granddaughter Evelyn.

kutiequilter said...

I have a basket quilt that is a UFO that I need to finish and these threads would be just right for it!

MC said...

I can picture an amazing granny square quilt in these colours, thanks for the chance!

Kira said...

I'm not sure I have any 30s style fabric. I'm not very familiar with some eras. I dabble mostly in modern and how-do-you-do-that's.

DianeY said...

I could make good use of these pretty colors, though truth be told, I'm not a big fan of 30s inspired fabrics

Debra said...

I would use these beautiful colors to embroider some blocks for my 30s-inspired quilt.

Cathy Smith said...

I've been wanting to make a quilt from my Kansas City Star quilt patterns using 30's fabric. Thanks for the chance!!

Annette Frey said...

I would love to use these making a small baby quilt using some of Darlene's older 30's collection I have purchased many years ago. Happy Easter to All!!!

Maggie said...

I really want to learn applique, and I think a lovely pillow would be a great place to start. Small enough to be manageable, and the 30's colors are perfect for spring and summer! Thanks for the chance to win!

Cynthia said...

I think I would make some pretty pillow cases with some kona cotton solids and lace for the spring and summer

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I have been collecting 30's fabrics for a few years, waiting for that perfect project. Well I think I found it, in a Medallion pattern that I saw in a LQS. Can't wait to dig out the pretty fabrics. Thanks!

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Sewing a quilt with some 30's fabric now! Love the soft colors!

JoyceLM said...

I have some 30s print charm packs to make into a baby quilt - these threads would be perfect. Thanks.

Mary said...

I made my Quilty Fun SAL with my 30's STASH. I have a 30's Sylvia's Bridal Sampler in the works too, so I would LOVE some Aurifil Thread to match the pretty colors.

VickiT said...

I absolutely love the Dresden Plate and haven't made one yet. I've been collecting 30's prints to make one. I still need to get a few more before making it but the threads would be wonderful to use.

Anonymous said...

I'm just starting with 30's prints and would love to have pretty threads to go with. They are very cheerful colors to motivate me for more sewing...yay!

Angie Jenson said...

I have been anxious to make a Dresden Plate quilt. These threads would be perfect for that project.

pippirose said...

I have a few summer dress projects in mind, for my baby grand-daughter, using retro fabrics.

Southern Gal said...

These colors would look fabulous on anything I choose to sew. Thanks for the chance!

Karin said...

I think a Dresden plate would be fun too!

babiesdoc said...

I want to make a dresden flower quilt for a retirement gift
thanks for the giveaway

Four dogs and one quilter said...

I have a 30's quilt in my UFO pile that needs to be quilted, these threads would be perfect.

Marti Taylor said...

My great grandmother-in-law will be needing to use a wheelchair soon and I am thinking that 1930's fabrics would be perfect to create a lap quit for her. I am thinking something with HSTs would be a perfect design. Thanks for the chance to win!

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

I think some patchwork aprons are in my future!

Jenny said...

tulip blocks seem like a perfect fit!

Jessica Lutz said...

These area such happy colors. I believe I would have to find some fabric with as much color and make a wonderful quilt or maybe some summer dresses.....mind is going a million directions :)

JAB said...

So summery and lovely. Perfect for a quilt for a little girl.

Jennifer said...

Perfect timing! I just bought a 30's repro jelly roll that I'm using on a Kim Brackett Feed Sacks quilt pattern.

Kathy Stewart said...

Thirties prints make great summer quilts! I just finished one for my daughter and it reminds me of a summer picnic.

Little Ella Lu said...

I don't have any 30's projects in mind,but they would be perfect for making little girls' clothes.

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Dresden plate pillows are on my to do list.

Linda Cates said...

I'm making a quilt with some of my grandmother's old embroidery work in some of the blocks. Would love to win the great thread giveaway.

Cindy said...

Retro Aprons - I AM an "apron-holic"

Bunny Wilson said...

My very first quilt was made with 30s inspired fabric for my first grandson. I'm working on a 4th now and was thinking just last night that I wanted to revisit the 30s fabric and do a scrappy quilt. I love that Aurifil makes threads that go so well with the colors of the thirties!

Anonymous said...

I would make a vintage style apron. It's next on my list to do and the threads would work fantastically :)
sally.boylett@yahoo.com

Barbara McD said...

It's about time for another "scrap" log cabin quilt using 30's prints! Can't get enough of them!!

Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

LisaT said...

I've not done anything 30s inspired but those shades do also shout spring to me. I am thinking of a nice floral wall hanging! Thanks!

Merete Vatshelle said...

I have a lot of 30's fabric waiting to be used. My intension has always been to use them for Dresden plates - love that block :o) And Iove Aurifil thread!

Sue44 said...

I have been collecting Darlene Zimmerman 30's prints for years. Her thread collection would be a perfect pairing. Especially since Aurifil thread is the absolute best !!! I printed a free download many years ago called "Everything But the Kitchen Sink". Perfect ,,,,

Deborah said...

Churn dash blocks coming up!

Jodi Connors (Mountain Gurl Quilts) said...

I would definitely make Lori's Granny Squares quilts. These would be perfect. Also, I would think a beautiful dresden table topper!. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Jodi
Mtnfamily2013@yahoo.com

Maria said...

On I would use those threads to make a lovely 30's Baby Quilt for a little one in hospital...

Diane Kersey said...

Love the colors! I think I would use these for a scrappy quilt!

Jared, Christine, and The Boys said...

My grandma has been thinning out her fabric stash and I just inherited some amazing vintage fabrics! I am going to make potholders for my mom for mother's day with some of it!

Monica said...

I honestly don't have a 30's project to do at the moment. But I do have a stash of them that are begging to be made into something. A Rob Peter to Paul quilt or a double wedding ring quilt might be just the thing to use these threads with.

SarahZ said...

Oh my! I am completing a quilt made from Dresdens of my Great Gandmother's, a true 1930s project :)...it would be awesome to hand quilt with these beauties! Thanks for the chance to win some! And I know where to find them if I don't!

Ida Dutra said...

Looks like Easter.

Jessica Matlosz said...

dresden quilt!

Vickie Blose said...

Spring and summer coming up. Luv colors

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking of cute pillow cases for a guest bedroom that looks like an attic bedroom at grandma's house.

ioana said...

Something for a little boy.

Linda said...

Definitely a table runner and a table topper in retro fabrics is on my list. Beautiful thread colors.

tamidug said...

With all of this beautiful 30's inspired thread, I could definitely finish up my Egg Basket quilt by Eleanor Burns. Thank you for the chance to win!!

Tami
tamiquilts(at)att(dot)net

Charlotte Hebrank said...

I would like to try a Dresden plate quilt.

Cecilia said...

I have 2 baby quilts and a lap quilt made with 30s fabrics I'm working on now. These would be great for the quilting. Thanks!

Lesley Greenlee said...

I have been collecting 1930's fabrics for years and have a whole stash of them. I love the bright, cheerful colors and when I am down all I have to do is look at them and they make me smile. If I won the threads, I would use them and my fabrics to make a quilt. Maybe a Grandma's Flower Garden or a disappearing nine patch....something fun :-)

Mrs Quinn said...

Would love to make an apron.

jan said...

These are sew very sweet! I would love to use them making Hexagon flowers. The threads would be perfect for applique too!

Debbie said...

I'd like to try a Grandma's Garden Quilt.

Rhonda Williams said...

I have a huge stack of retro fabric destined for a quilt, chair cover, curtains, dust ruffle and shams for my guest bedroom.....this prize would be awesome!

Joanna Ng said...

Cushion covers!

Kiwi said...

I have a triangle quilt in mind!

Becky S. said...

Beautiful colors! I love Aurifil thread!!! I would make a granny square quilt with them. Thanks for the chance to win.
onlybas(at)aol(dot) com

Anne said...

I would make some placemats and an apron to go with my 30s style table runner. Thank you!

quiltedlovelies [at] quiltedlovelies [dot] com

Peggy said...

A granny or great granny quilt in honor of my brand new great granddaughter, Addyson

Tammy Scouten said...

I would love to use these to make a vintage looking quilt, potholders or place mats.

Helen726100 said...

Ohhh, I have a neice getting married in 2015, I'm sure I am making a wedding ring quilt, & applique it. Love these colors !!!

Anonymous said...

I've been collecting Retro fabric FOREVER! (including lots of Darlene Zimmermann's). A friend of mine is pregnant -- time to make a cute baby quilt with this beautiful thread ! I love the colors. Barbara (bjbtxred@sbcglobal.net)

Pam said...

At our Guild Chapter Meetings every week we do hand sewing projects so I'm always working on Hexies which are perfect for 30's fabric.

klh said...

I've been thinking of making a sampler wall hanging. These threads would be wonderful to win.

Angelia Lanouette said...

I would love to make a project from Lori Holt's Granny Squared or Quilty Fun books with some 30's fabric. I would also love to try Aurifil threads...I hear so many good things about it!

Tina said...

I Have Been Planning On Making An Applique' Puppy Dog Quilt, I Have Most Of The Fabrics Selected. Love The 30'S Colors.

Quiltfamke said...

Love the Color. Whhaaaww...
I 'm making a blue dear Jane quilt it would love to use them for that quilt so....

anna brown said...

love to make a tote bag love the colors happyness04431@yahoo.com

Donna Lee said...

I have a Scrappy 9-patch that I just started picking out my fabrics for , WOW !!! This would be one amazing item that anyone would love to have added into their Easter Basket this coming Sunday .
I can think of so many different 30's items that I could make , a Orange Peel Lap Quilt , a square in a square , and all made with Darlene Zimmerman Beautiful prints to go along with that beautiful Thread .

Diane H said...

I would make some adorable aprons for my nieces.

Gloria Masterson said...

I really love these colors and, it's funny I think, that I've never sewn with them! I usually go for the standards-white, black, grey. I think it's about time to change my way of thinking and make something with these beautiful colors!

Kim said...

I am collecting 30s prints for a double wedding ring! These threads would be perfect!

Lynda said...

I honestly do not have a project in mind - but I recently saw a quilt made with strips and the appliqued with large and medium sized dots - that would be a fun way to use such great colors.

Pat said...

I see a Grandmas a Garden in my future

badmommy said...

I don't have a specific project in mind but these colors are inspiring me to just lock myself in the sewing room all weekend!

Anonymous said...

If I win one of those, I will do some embroidery or decorative stitching on some of the vintage flour sacks tea towels I found in a box that belonged to my Mom.

Janet@ weser1@sasktel.net

Kimberly said...

A sampler! using all the prints i have been hoarding

Sandra schluter said...

I would love to make a quilt with it!

cindy said...

A Dresden plate quilt.

Janice said...

I would make apron with ruffled edges.

Jennifer John said...

I'd make a grandmother's flower garden to go with the one I inherited from my great grandmother.

Bethany said...

I think I would make a dresden block quilt!

Kris said...

Baby quilts are what I have been making, but would like one myself oneday!

quilter said...

Maybe I would make one of the new Granny Squares quilts

sue said...

I think a table runner with these fabrics would be gorgeous

sherryl dallmann said...

I would make Darlene's Dresden plate quilt! I have the book and the ruler. Win this thread and a quick trip to my LQS and I'm on my way!

Anonymous said...

I'd make a table runner and pot holders!
cochran56@suddenlink.net

CarolAnn said...

I would make a Dresden Plate Quilt with 30's fabrics and this wonderful box of Aurifil.

Judith said...

I would make a barn raising quilt following the Moda Bakeshop pattern that uses a Bella 1930s pastel jelly roll. These threads would be perfect to quilt it. thanks for the chance to win.

Laurie Arp said...

I'd like to make a mini dresden plate with the 30s fabric.

Tina O. said...

I'm currently working on the "Ode to the 30's quilt. This thread would be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway!

365 Dresses said...

An old-fashioned patchwork quilt---in those lovely colors.

Marija said...

Oh these are pure eye candy!
A happy, happy quilt with pinwheels and some appliqued birds comes to mind...A Twirly Tweet!
Thanks for a great giveaway!

Cindy Emery said...

I think this is just wonderful line of fabric. I just had a grand niece born and would love to make a baby quilt for her. And I just think that 30's prints and patterns are just perfect!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Gorgeous! I want to make a Jewel Box quilt with my 30's scraps and bits and these threads would be a perfect match! Thanks for the chance! ♥

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Brandi B. said...

I would use the thread to create a quilt for my son's bed. There are perfect color combinations in there.

wildangelok.bb@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I love Heirloom sewing and will make one boy, one girl complete outfit for future grandchildren

Rita said...

I'm ready to leave "Beginner" status and am excited about the Dresden - will try it out!
rmleek7@gmail.com

supersara20 said...

I have always wanted to make a pineapple quilt in all 30's prints and colors.

KarenOjai said...

Beautiful threads! I'd love to use them to finish some of my Retro quilts, and get on some of my planned pinwheel quilts!

Lynda McCullough said...

My MIL has several vintage quilts that are too fragile to use so I've been wanting to create a new quilt with new fabrics so she could actually use it. The 30s repros would be just the ticket for this project.

Marcia Elliott said...

With this pretty thread and 30's fabric I would make a beautiful baby quilt.
m4elliott@gmail.com

Lisa said...

I want to re-make a 1930's shoo-fly quilt that my great-grandmother made in the 30's. This thread would be perfect.

My email: quilterlisabeans@yahoo.com.

Melissa Miller said...

I plan on making a grandmother's flower garden quilt like my grandma made. There's some other 1930s blocks I'm interested in making, too.

Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting said...

These would look awesome to do some colorful quilting on a sampler quilt!

thriftstorecrafter.com said...

30s are still my favorite after 15 years of quilting. I'd love to make a Jacob's Ladder quilt. thriftstorecrafter@yahoo.com

Kathleen Daniels said...

I would make either a hands all around or, the dresden plate quilt or maybe both using the 1930's inspired fabrics that i have collected.

Robyn said...

I'm thinking of a pinwheel baby quilt.

Marsha said...

I have some lovely fabrics for a Dresden plate pattern

Tania said...

I don't have any 30's fabric but could make great use of such pretty thread,

Angela Stalnaker said...

I might make some aprons and some dresses for my little girl. The 30's prints would look adorable on her. My machine loves Aurafil!

Nancy said...

I love the idea for the apron

Just Sew Sue said...

The colours remind me of spring, perfect for this time of year. I would make a baby quilt.

Judypam said...

I would definitely make an applique project - the threads colours are too lovely to be hidden! Tea cups and saucers are in my mind!

Echo of Eve said...

I love these colors!

Jenelle said...

Just recently I've started mixing 30's prints into my modern quilts. I'm making a couple retro camping-themed quilts right now that these threads would be perfect for. Thanks for the chance!

GranChris said...

I'm making Granny Squares blocks right now so the thread would be perfect.

DebrafromMD said...

I have a 30s pinwheel pattern that I want to make for my guild's quilt bingo.

kathleen mason said...

I have some vintage fabric that would be perfect for kitchen linens. This gorgeous thread would make my day!

Kathie said...

Would definitely make a couple of kitchen table runners

Renee said...

I love these colors...and have been wanting to try these threads....everyone raves about them! I would definitely use mine for a kitchen set...pot holders, and place mats...have just the ones in mind too.

vwlady said...

I've got some 30's prints that were my mothers and some of Darlene's prints and this thread would be great to finally get going on a 30's Dresden plate quilt. Thanks for the chance!

Dee said...

Well, my daughter is in the process of adoption - so excited for her and love Darlene's 30's fabrics so I will be making a baby quilt first. Then I have some Heart and Hand patterns for mini's that are screaming 30's fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity.

Susan said...

We're moving to a new home, and I would love to make some place mats with these gorgeous threads and retro fabric

barbara woods said...

Making a quilt for a grown grand child next and really could use these

Rachell said...

I love traditional blocks, so just about anything I do would fit. I always need thread! If I had to choose, making a quilt with just Dresdens or a one-block quilt with a star.
reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the spring colors. I have 2 baby quilts to make for new grand babies that would be perfect to use this thread for.
Thanks!
Cheryl

Lou said...

A baby pinwheel quilt for Project Linus:)

Della said...

These would be perfect for Dresden plates!

PK Sews said...

I just finished piecing a memory quilt in honor of my grandmother. It's made with her handkerchiefs, her embroidered pillowcases and dishtowels, and some of her blouses - definitely retro! These colors would be great for quilting it. Thanks for the chance to win!

free indeed said...

I'd finish up a glorified 9patch that I started years ago as a block swap online all in 30's fabrics...it will be awesome if I can get over the stress of sewing curves :P

Kris said...

I would make some kitchy paper pieced blocks like a vintage apron or sewing notions blocks.

Meaghan said...

Aprons meg.metzler@gmail.com

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

These would be great for the applique on a dresden!

Allison said...

I think its time to make a dresden quilt!

Jodi said...

I think a Dresden table runner would be great in these colors.

jade2night@gmail.com said...

Maybe a Dresden Plate or Grandma's Flower Garden quilt.

Sorcha girl said...

A Dresden Plate block is on my "To Make" list using some 30's fabric and if I'm successful with the first block, I have plans for a lap quilt. The colors in this Aurifil box of threads look sew inviting!! Thanks for a chance to win.

Denise J. said...

Have several projects that I would live to use my 30's for: cats and bunnies, hexies and Dresden and fans are among them.

Moira said...

Some of my many scrap quilt patterns and designs are what I'll be using for my 30's prints!

Carolyn said...

Would love to make any quilt with these threads I've onlyused white thread on my quilts they would be awesome

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