Thursday, 3 July 2014

Giveaway...

Issue 10 of Love Patchwork & Quilting is probably the best issue ever...full of all sorts of gorgeous summery projects.

To be honest Issue 11 is probably going to be the best ever...and then Issue 12...13...let's face it this mag just gets better and better!

And lucky for you lot, I have 2 free copies to giveaway!


All you need to do is be a follower of my blog, leave a comment, whatever you would like to say...maybe your favourite project to date...maybe what you would like to see in future issues...oh and please make sure you have an email address I can get you on if you win.


For the first lucky name pulled out of the virtual hat there will also be a scrap pack of Cloud 9 Fabrics' divine Grey Abbey by Elizabeth Olwen that I made the front cover Hourglass quilt with...not quite enough to make the quilt with I'm afraid...but certainly enough to make something splendid.

And because I want to spread the word of how wonderful this mag is the giveaway is open to everyone, wherever you may be. I will draw a winner sometime Sunday evening GMT.

Good luck!



63 comments:

Buncobuddy said...

Since I'm a quilting "beginner," I need all the help I can get! Thanks for a great giveaway!

Robin Gantt said...

Hi, I have been following you on instagram, you do such lovely work. I haven't been quilting very long. When I first saw all the chatter about this magazine I went to several bookstores in my area and did not find it. I would love to win a copy. Thank you for the opportunity.

Rachel Booth said...

I'm a follower! I first found you on IG! :) thanks for the chance to win!

19nullsieben said...

Your quilt is great! And it looks good on the cover, wow! I´d love to win a copy and the fabric - thanks so much! Selina
selina (at) aufroof (dot) org

Jenny Wren said...

Goodies I have not seen before! Thank you for sharing!

quilary said...

I follow you on IG will sign up for your blog. I think my favourite project fro far is my sew together bag in Charley Harper fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway :)

Marty Mason said...

Oh, indeed, I am now a follower of your delightful blog. I agree with you about the Love Patchwork magazine, it is the best.

Quilting Tangent said...

Just found you, put you in my bloglovin'. You can have a gallery tab - show us your projects. If you do tutorials put that in a tab - so we could find them. 24Tangent "at" gmail "dot" com

grace said...

just started following your blog karen :) i follow you on instagram and thats where i first found you :) you make lovely fabric and quilts :D

grace said...

found you through instagram :) just started following your blog. thanks for the great giveaway

Fran said...

Love Patchwork & Quilting really is the most fantastic magazine. I follow you on Instagram & now on Bloglovin too. Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

Betsy said...

Karen I follow you via blog login. I have never seen this magazine. Looks interesting. Thanks for the chance

MoodyCatCrafts said...

I'm a follower! I love those fabrics, that quilt looks amazing!

Paula said...

Oh Karen! your quilt is outrageously beautiful, as usual.
and the scraps, my dream dessert. LOL xxxx

cakegirl said...

Looks like a great magazine and I would love a copy. Thanks. Currently working on the Supernova quilt swap.

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

ohhh yes please! Happily following you :)

memmens said...

Pretty stunning quilt - well done on being a cover girl again! I'm following via feedly. thanks for the giveaway

Carla said...

This looks lovely. I'd use those fabrics in a new project from the magazine : )
Thank you

Rachel said...

Lovely giveaway, following you on Bloglovin. Rx

Goldogmom said...

I would love to win, I just discovered this magazine and it IS great. I follow you on IG and your blog with Feedly.

dropstitch said...

Please count me in - crafty magazines are such a luxurious treat and that fabric bundle is most enticing :)

blocksandmore said...

With its first issue I was hooked. Always fun and something new to make.

Allison C said...

Love those prints! I could use some reading material.

coastal gray said...

My fav project to date, making a quilt from blocks that others have made. I've had several opportunity to do so and it is just so fun.
I'm not familiar with the magazine, so I hope I win one.

beth lehman said...

What a thrill to have your quilt on the cover!!! It's gorgeous!! I have so many things in my brain that I want to make... But can't seem to commit to anything!! I'm hoping when vacay is over I can pick a project and go!

Linda said...

Hi,thanks for a great giveaway! Happy to follow you on BlogLovin'! I would love to win a copy+the neat fabrics!
HAPPY SUMMER!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Amanda J said...
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Amanda J said...

Beautiful quilt, congrats on getting it front cover! I got my first sewing machine in June and am self teaching. I've got a lovely fat quarter bundle ready to make a quilt for my lovely little niece - winning a copy of Issue 10 of Love Patchwork and Quilting would give me lots of tips and techniques! As I'm new to sewing I welcome any fabric to my stash!

Jennifer said...

I'd love to get my hands on a copy of the magazine here in the US! Thanks for the chance to win it. Just found your blog today through Adrianne at On The Windy Side. So happy I did! itsjenfullertonatgmaildotcom

kelly o! said...

I've been visiting your blog for a while, and following on IG. Today I became your 800th blog follower!! Congratulations!

Really looking forward to meeting you at FQR and taking your screen printing class!

Sheila said...

If I win I shall pass on the mag as I have read it and enjoyed it thoroughly, but I would hang on to the lovely scrap bundle.
(Still can't leave comments via Bloglovin on your blog and a couple of others, weird isn't it?)

Gill said...

Follower!
I'm looking for inspiration for a quick baby baby quilt!1

Kay said...

Happy follower. x Congrats on your gorgeous quilt.

Jo Robertson (thejoyofthehousetomyself) said...

Mmmm would love that scrap pack! Of course I'm a follower!

barbara woods said...

would love to have those , thanks

barbara woods said...

follower

SewLittleToSay said...

Look at my sofa, I need to make some new cushion covers. (Following with Bloglovin)

Catherine said...

Happy follower on Feedly. Thank you for offering such a lovely giveaway.

Melissa Miller said...

I'm always interested in seeing ideas for vintage type projects. I follow your blog with Bloglovin.

Isisjem said...

Great give away. I always am sad when I can't find the mag and then the next issue comes out. It's probably a sign I should be subscribing!

Lee said...

Thank you for the lovely giveaway! I really enjoyed reading your blog - I follow GFC :) What a fabulous quilt - congrats!!

Michele T said...

This is a magazine I've not seen before and I am always looking for inspiration!! Those scraps look yummy too!

Jess Burns said...

I follow you on bloglovin. I've seen posts in a couple places about this magazine, and if I lived in the UK, I'd definitely want to try it out. :)

Coser Tejer Crear said...

I'm in Dublin so I might get lucky! And then you wouldn't have to send it to Spain! Yippee!!!!!

Helen Lay said...

Thanks Karen I follow on Feedly and love seeing what you've made. I'm always after new inspiration despite all my WIPs!

Sarah said...

Oh lovely. Your quilt looks amazing and so does the magazine. I'd love the chance to piece some of that Cloud 9 loveliness into something pretty. Thanks!

Kathy Davis said...

I follow on GFC as Mrs. Kathy Davis. Been working on bags/purses for a local charity fundraiser.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

PK Sews said...

Thanks for your inspiring blog! I follow via Bloglovin. I'm working on a quilt for my granddaughter right now, with pinwheels and embroidered animals. Thanks for the giveaway!

Grandma Helen said...

Maybe the mag will be available someday to US subscribers.

Patricia Poch said...





I became a follower of yours. I know this magazine but looks good. I really like these vintage fabrics that sometimes you use.

Sarah said...

I follow on Google. My favorite project to date was a star sampler Christmas wall hanging I did last year. Thanks so much! sarah@forrussia.org

Vicki H said...

Hi, I follow with GFC. I would love the magazine. Thanks.

Janie said...

Love your tutorials. Thanks for the giveaway.

juliehallfeldhaus said...

I follow with GFC!!

Caitlin at Salty Oat said...

Congrats, cover girl! Must be so exciting to see your work in print! I haven't seen an issue yet, and would love to take a look. Happy Weekend!

Archie the wonder dog said...

Look at you on the cover! I've read the first two issues (someone kindly sent me their copies when they'd finished with them and now I've added them to my friend's 'magazine library' that she's setting up in her teaching studio!) and liked them. It was lovely to see some friends in the magazines, I'd like to see more of that!!!

Paula said...

I follow your blog with GFC. Thank you for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Lisa Marie said...

I am a new follower. How exciting to have a quilt featured on a magazine cover!

Sue H said...

Great magazine, I had the chance to buy a copy when I was visiting England a couple of months ago, I would love another copy! (It isn't available here).

sandyandcosmo said...

I'm a new follower! Thanks for the giveaway.

Jen Barnard said...

I'd love to enter your giveaway, but I can't work out how to follow your blog. The only way I can see is through google friends connect, which I don't do. Others have said they follow you on bloglovin', but I can't see a button or anything saying that's possible. I really like your blog and would love to keep reading it.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

Just Quilt It said...

I think this is a great give-away. I am a follower, and I usually have several projects going at one time. My favorite project was a Nursery Rhyme quilt I made for my first grandson--all hand appliqued and hand quilted. Thanks for an opportunity to win!

Siwzy Wysome said...

I have just found your blog and have already inwardly digested the y seam tutorial, thanks for de-mistifying it for me.