11/21/2013

Giving Thanks Quilters' Blog Hop Party

It's here, the Giving Thanks Quilters' Blog Hop Party organized by Michele of Quilting Gallery.


This giveaway has ended.

Each participating blog has a giveaway. 
You leave a comment on each blog you visit. 
Your comment is your entry into the drawing for the giveaway on that blog. 
You can find the list of blogs via the link above.

My giveaway consists of two quilt patterns. One for a "woven" Christmas Stocking and another for a "woven" potholder. Below are photos of the stockings and the potholder I made. 
These are great to do up in seasonal colors, school colors, someone's favorite colors, etc. 
I made two green and white stockings and gave them to my niece and her boyfriend who went to Michigan State. One was green with white outline and the other white with green outline.

The potholders can be made to match kitchen color schemes or seasonal decor. 

At 1:45 PM today, I added the patterns to my Patchwork Breeze storefront at PatternSpot.com. They are reasonably priced, if you are interested in obtaining either or both of the patterns. 




On November 29 26, I will randomly select TWO winners from the comments left on my blog. And they will both win the TWO PDF patterns, which will be emailed anywhere in the world.

So leave a comment on my blog to the question: What two colors would you use to "weave" either one of these quilt projects (the stockings or the potholder)?

I need a way to contact you. So make sure you leave an email address in the comment if it isn't attached to your identity. Anonymous comments go to my spam folder. 

I hope you come back during the Blog Hop to see what projects I have to share with you.


62 comments:

  1. I would weave in red and white to resemble a candy cane.

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  2. I would make the potholder in blue and silvery white and then again in red and white for valentines day. Looks like a great pattern to always have a fresh seasonal kitchen

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  3. Coral and aqua for the stocking. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  4. Wow - any colour really! I am partial to green and crisp white though :) Gorgeous!

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  5. I would use black and red for the potholder. Reason is - I moved a few months ago, and the potholders I received in a swap a year or so ago - all but one got lost! It is black background with cherries on it, so the black/red would accent it very well!

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  6. I would use red and green for Christmas stockings for my niece and her husband's first Christmas together.
    patwade@cox.net

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  7. oh for my kitchen I'm happy with anything that goes well with blue and white and cream walls...........neat patterns

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  8. Red and aqua or red and olive/avocado. I've added your giveaway to my weekly link up.

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  9. I would make a potholder blue and gray.
    thirtythree80@gmail.com

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  10. Brown and beige for potholders; red and white for the stocking.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  11. Potholder - purple and gold
    Stocking - red and white

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  12. Red and white for the stocking and maybe red and green for the potholder!

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    1. Gill, you are one of the lucky giveaway winners. I will email you with the PDF patterns attached. Thanks for visiting.

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  13. Teal and red! Would love this. Thanks.

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  14. Black and white would be my choice.

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  15. I'd choose red & cream or green & cream. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  16. I would use seasonal fabrics to make them. And some in solid orange and sage green also to match my decor

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  17. I would make the pot holder in black and gold.

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  18. I would use Christmas fabric is various flavors.

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  19. I love the red and green combo that you used, very seasonal! I also would use blue and yellow for some cheerful potholders

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  20. My daughter would want me to make hers green and purple. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  21. Red and gold and green and gold for the holidays.

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  22. Gold, green and reds are my favorite colors to use. I love the pattern for the potholders. midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  23. Red and white or green for year round.

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  24. At this moment, I am in love with red and black with a touch of white.

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  25. I love the look of the red and green together. Is that just the Christmas influence? :)

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  26. Blue and silver, to go with the Christmas runner I made last year! pbstrand@msn.com

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  27. Oh! They are both beautiful. For the stocking I'd use soft blue and aqua. The potholder same colors you did. thanks for the chance to win both patterns.

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  28. Your colours are really pretty! I'd probably try blue and silver! OR purple and grey. I love purple!
    tgallop@mts.net
    Www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  29. I like pink and brown together. I love the woven effect! Thanks for the chance to win.
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  30. I'm a red and green weaver! Beautiful projects - thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. I would use red and green for a Christmas stocking and yellow and red for the potholder to go with my kitchen. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. burgundy and cream for the stocking and teal and brown for the potholder.

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  33. bugundy and dark green are this years colors.

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  34. Wonderful giveaway! I would weave the stocking in a silver white and mistletoe fabric and the potholder in orange, brown, and cream to match my kitchen. Love both patterns!

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  35. red and white! although the green and white is pretty cute

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  36. I'd use white and pink. My daughters love pink!

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  37. Probably red & green for Christmas!

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  38. I am stuck on blue and brown right now. Just love how they go together
    so well.

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  39. I would make them gray and purple

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  40. black and white for the potholders, the stocking I would make with pink floral and gold.

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  41. Red & white for the pot holder. Aqua & grey for the stocking. Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  42. I would use Gold and Green. It would be for my sister in law. She is a big NDSU bison fan. ll_gee at hotmail dot com

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  43. Teal and red to brighten up my kitchen during the dreary winter months!

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  44. Gold and green are the colours I would use - I know, bt it makes the winter dark days bright and brilliant
    Barbmo

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  45. I would do more wintery colors of blue and white. They look super fun. Thanks!

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  46. I would weave aqua and taupe
    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  47. Burgundy and olive green would be my choice. cheriphillips1@gmail.com

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  48. I would love to do an aqua and pink stocking! Thanks!

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  49. I would use Christmas colors: red and green and, maybe a gold. Thanks for letting us visit.

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  50. NFL team colors for various family members

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  51. I think Blue and white would be great. Thanks so much for sharing

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  52. I'd use red & green Christmas fabric!

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