It's Giveaway Day!

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

***Giveaway closed***

Today should be a national holiday! It's Giveaway Day!

Be sure to check out SewMamaSew's main giveaway post for a link to many more giveaways!

I know you're on a mission to enter as many giveaways as possible, but I'd love for you to look around and come back! Enter your email in the sidebar to notified when I have a new post, or follow me on Facebook or Instagram or Ello to keep up with all my shenanigans! Check out all my quilt finishes (36 so far this year!) while you're here too!

Now for the giveaway!

I'm giving away a bundle of all four of my quilt patterns! One US winner will get paper patterns via snail mail, and one international winner will get digital copies via email.

Slice of Pi Quilts patterns


The first pattern is for Snowfall, a fat-quarter friendly pattern suitable for advanced beginners. I love the ombre effect and metallic sparkle that these fabrics have! A real favorite in our house this winter!

Ombre snowflake Snowfall quilt pattern by Slice of Pi Quilts

Second, is Split Arrows. This pattern is perfect for small and medium scale prints. It works great for fat quarters too! I loved working with the organic Birch Fabrics for this quilt!

Chevron herringbone Split Arrows quilt pattern by Slice of Pi Quilts

Next up is a Bookends Mini, a great quilt for using up treasured fabric scraps. My favorite part of this pattern is the library card and pocket quilt label! The perfect gift for the librarian and book lover in your life!

Bookshelf library book Bookends Mini quilt pattern by Slice of Pi QuiltsBookshelf library book Bookends Mini quilt pattern by Slice of Pi Quilts

Fourth is Laying Tracks. The perfect quilt for highlighting your two favorite colors. I've started one in Christmas red and green. I know it would look great in your favorite team's colors too!

Laying Tracks modern quilt pattern by Slice of Pi Quilts

***Giveaway closed***

HOW TO WIN: Leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite gift idea for a quilter/sew-er. You must say whether you are US or International. Be sure there's an email address connected to your account or in your comment so I can contact you if you win!

My favorite gift was one I made for my best quilty friend, Heather, for her birthday earlier this year. I made a mini quilt in her favorite colors, then had a puzzle made to match! Read all about it here.

mini quilt and matching photo puzzle

Thank you for stopping by! You can find my patterns on Etsy and Craftsy. Be sure to find me on social media! I can't wait to meet you!





Disclaimer: Giveaway is in no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Blogger. By entering, entrants confirm they are 18+ years of age, release Blogger of responsibility, and agree to Blogger's terms of use. No purchase necessary to win. Giveaway of paper patterns open to legal residents in the contiguous US only that are 18+ years of age. Giveaway starts at 12:00am CDT December 7, 2016 and ends at 11:59pm CDT on December 11, 2016. One winner will receive one of each of four paper patterns with a retail value of approximately $38. One international winner will receive one of each of four digital patterns with a total value of approximately $38. Odds of winning determined by number of eligible entries received. How to enter: leave a comment on this post. One comment per person. Duplicate comments will be deleted. Winner will be chosen by random.org on December 12, 2016 from all eligible entries and notified by email. If winner can not be reached via email or prize is unclaimed after three days, a new winner will be chosen by random.org. Winner is responsible for paying any taxes related to the prize. By entering this giveaway, you release Slice of Pi Quilts from any liability whatsoever. Void where prohibited by law.

133 comments:

  1. Fabric for any quilter is always the best! Love the Split Arrow quilt! I'm in the US.

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  2. Fabric or gift cards to a favorite quilt shop. I love the Snowfall quilt. You are an inspiration to me.

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  3. It's fun to make something with their favorite fabric! US

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  4. US - Gift card to the fabric shop. Love Snowfall.

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  5. US-Fabric of course or some cute sewing notions!
    (You're in my feed reader)

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  6. US - Beautiful handmade seam ripper (actually bought 2 for myself also). I actually have your patterns in my wish list on Craftsy :)

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  7. If you want a no cost gift find some FQ's from your stash and make a set. If you want a cost gift buy a Zirkel pincushion or a great brass seam ripper, can't beat either one.

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  8. Fabric from a list of favorites, rotary cutting blades, gift cards or just a weekend without any other responsibilities!

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  9. USA. Fabric or quilt patterns. Love the let it snow quilt.

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  10. I think fabric is always a great gift to a quilter! I love your puzzle idea though! All of your patterns are awesome.
    ramonamurray1959atgmaildotcom

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  11. USA Fabric or a gift certificate to a favorite shop.

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  12. Pre cut fabric bundles are always a great gift idea x
    International
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  13. I am in the USA. I love give little baskets of notions.

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  14. Gift cards are good, then they can pick out what they want, everyone has such different taste in fabric! garvey56@gmail.com

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  15. Take her kids out for the day.

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  16. I have bought quilt kits for friends for Christmas - always fun! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. I think laying tracks would look great in red, white, and blue. Perfect for watching fireworks. I'm in the US
    amandaradiates@gmail.com

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  18. gift cards are the best that way they get to choose what they want

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  19. Fabric or a fun pattern that might be a little stretch, I'm in the USA, tami334@gmail.com

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  20. I love to buy my friend a new quilting book every year or so (mostly so we can share!). Thanks for the giveaway and happy holidays. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com (USA)

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  21. http://annalsofcreation.blogspot.com/2015/03/my-first-quilt.html
    I would love to this!! more fabric is always the best gift!
    Am in the US
    Thanks for a chance to win. merryorganic@gmail.com

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  22. A new book or pattern to challenge their skills.
    Ohioholman@aol.com

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  23. I am in the USA. I found that gift cards are the best with a little fabric thrown in for fun.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  24. I think handmade storage--baskets, needle cases--or something mini for a sewing room wall makes for fun gifts. I'm in Maine, US.

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  25. I love giving fabric (bonus if I get a little for myself)! I'm in the US. I adore your bookends quilt!

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  26. Fabric precut with a cute pattern. Love these quilts and I am based in the US.

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  27. New quilting books or patterns.

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  28. Your patterns are really cute. I like to make a travel bag for quilters to keep projects organzed

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  29. I'm thinking quilters like fabric most of all but I have given mini quilts embellished with buttons and lace as a gift. The puzzle idea I did for my coworkers one year of a placed I traveled. Now I will add this idea for quilty friends of mine.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  30. I adore your idea of a quilt with a matching puzzle...how unique! Last year, my husband gave me a year's subscription to a monthly sewing/quilting box. I have enjoyed each one and will miss it in January.

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  31. I'm new to quilting swaps so I've been trying to get creative with the extras I send. Currently I'm thinking a selection of little tools that I love and can get in good quantities so someone can try out gadgets that maybe they don't already have, and then put it in a zipper bag or pouch that I make. Some things in today's grab bag include bobbin washers and bobbin buddies. :)

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    1. Oh, and I'm in the US. kellish@earthlink.net 😊

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  32. Honestly? A gift cert. I LOVE picking out fabric. It's my favorite part. For a handmade gift, a quilt that speaks to me about them. Whether it's colors/fabric/pattern, I try to pick out everything they love or I think they would like.

    Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  33. Fabric! Or a little handmade sewing kit.

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  34. Fat quarter bundle. I'm in the USA.

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  35. I love giving something handmade (zip bags, totes, mug rugs etc) since I also love getting handmade gifts!
    terryscwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  36. I have enjoyed making pillows for my husband this year as part of the Play with Me QAL. He finally has received a sewn gift from me so he is happy too! To receive I like patterns, precuts and templates! Thanks for the chance. USA

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  37. So simple, but new pins are always a great gift!

    Love the snowflake quilt!

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  38. A gift card to a fabric or pattern shop is a never fail gift.

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  39. hand turned oak handled seam ripper US

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  40. I like to give a handmade pincushion, you can never have enough! US

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  41. I am making my daughters-in-law quilted table items for Christmas---placemats or runners. Thanks for the giveaway! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  42. I love to give my quilting friends fat quarter bundles that I make up of fabrics that remind me of them. It's fun to pick them out and then to see them open the package.

    Sandy A

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  43. A bag of scraps which I have run out of clues on what to use them for and they turn it into something amazing.

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  44. Pincushions or novelty stuff like quilty phrases on prints or tshirts.

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  45. Some fabric you know they'd love or a gift card to their favourite shop. I'm international.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  46. Definitely fabric or some fancy thread!

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  47. I like to give some goodie that they can use all year long. This year it is going to be a flat thread catcher that sits beside the sewing machine or in your lap for handwork.

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  48. I am a us resident
    My favorite gift to give is fabric or a quilt book but, thinking about I should give my quilty best friend a quilt
    no one ever gives a quilter a quilt
    sharongalli(at)gmail.com

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  49. Fabric...always fabric and maybe thread and an extra seam ripper because we can never find those, can we? Beautiful patterns. US.

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  50. Fabric would be a lovely gift but better still would be a gift card from a great local fabric shop where the recipient could pick out exactly what he/she would love. I am in the USA. cbakaj@snet.net

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  51. I like to make a fabric storage basket and pack it with fabric and notions.

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  52. Canada - I like giving handmade; a sew together bag with some great supplies inside or even a little Lola pouch. Thanks for the chance!

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  53. I love giving some sort of tool/notion that can be used - like a magnetic pin bowl, fancy pincushion, or kit for sewing on the go. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm in the US.

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  54. I haven't really had a go-to, but I've been working on getting some pincushions done, so maybe those will become it.

    I'm in WA.

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  55. I'm making a binding kit for my quilty friends with a spool of thread--room for a spool of thread and needle. I love your snowflake quilt!

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  56. Love the puzzle idea! I always like to give a set of mini charm packs to my swap partners who like to sew. I also like giving quilty friends mini rope bowls that I make using my scraps.

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  57. I am in the U.S. Fabric is always a good gift. You can never go wrong with fabric.

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  58. What great patterns. Thanks for the chance to win. I like to give fabric.
    I am in Canada.

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  59. Fabric is the best! I'm in the US. Thanks!

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  60. International!
    Fabric is the best gift for a quilter!

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  61. I just love that puzzle idea! Wonderful. I think fun notions are always a good gift. Cute snippers or seam rippers. And of course fabric is always a good gift.

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  62. I've made jars with pincushions for sewing notions for my sewing friends.

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  63. A beautiful box of Aurifil thread! International.

    Deborah
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  64. I love getting and giving fabric to my quilter friends, it will always be appreciated. I'm in the US. Thanks for the chance.

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  65. I am in the US~ I really love gifting little gadgets to my quilty friends, like binding clips and pretty pins

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  66. I live in Canada. I like to make a little basket and fill with little things (fat quarter, special notions etc).

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  67. I am in the US. I would say a one hour basket filled with goodies!

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  68. I love to find new and exciting notions to share with my quilting friends.

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  69. I love your patterns. They are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. I am in Canada and love to give a gift basket of assorted goodies - wonder clips, thread cutter, seam ripper, etc.

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  70. Zippy pouches are my go to gift! US resident - thanks for the chance!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  71. Aurifil thread is always welcome. US

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  72. Fabric or your favorite notion . Thank you . I'm in Kentucky !
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  73. I'm from Canada!!! You can't go wrong giving fabric or a Gift certificate to a fabric store!!!

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  74. Why, you have to give them fabric, or a gift card to a fabric store of course :)

    emmaka(at)computermail(dot)net

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  75. You can go wrong with a nice bottle of wine. I'm from USA.

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  76. I love DIY projects, this year it is a mug rug snowflake pattern.

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  77. International. I've only been sewing for a few years and I'm just finishing up my second quilt. I know there are so many neat tools out there, I'm only just finding out about many myself! I know I wouldn't buy them for myself, so I would love to give/receive various quilting ruler/templates!

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  78. Fabric, or something that they might not buy for themselves, like a special ruler :)

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  79. i'm in the US. fabric is always a good gift for sewers of course - or a gift card to a fabric store because everyone loves a reason to buy more!

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  80. I like making fabric buckets for my sewing friends - you can use them for so many things!!

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  81. A gift certificate to a fabric shop, they can buy something they really want.

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  82. U.S. - I love to give Sewline fabric glue sticks. Oh yeah - I also love them myself!!

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  83. Loooove your patterns!!! I live in USA.... Ohio ☺ I think fabric is great gift for quilters/sewers..so are notions, templates & patterns. I like to make quilts gifts for my quilts friends... Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! 😊
    bearpaws9(at)copper(dot)net

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  84. I'm from the US and fabric is always a nice gift. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  85. I think making something handmade for a quilter/crafter is fun. It can be intimidating, but I think other crafty people understand the time and planning that went into the gift. I am in the US.

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  86. Gift cards to quilt-related stores both local or online would be the best gift ever! Minnesota USA.
    rbacklund at centurylink dot net

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  87. Gift cards for fabric.
    Ohio
    Ohioholman@aol.com

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  88. Yes you have picked our 4 of the neatest quilt patterns to win. Thank you for being a part of the SMS Giveaway. I just saw a email that shared a video on how to use wrapping paper to make a card holder. I just thought this would be unique as well as being quite clever. I am from US. Wishing you Happy Holidays.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  89. I like to make tablerunners as wedding gifts. It's easy to find the couple's colors in their registry and it doesn't take weeks to make the gift. I'm in the US. Thanks!

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  90. I think anyone who sews really appreciates anything hand made and tie it up with ribbon and you can't go wrong

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  91. The perfect gift for a quilter... well for me is either a fabric bundle or a mini quilt.
    International

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  92. I sew a lot of pouches. They are very useful and I can use a quilt block on each side. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  93. Favorite gift idea is fabric outside their comfort zone. It is what I ask my children for.

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  94. A prepaid shop hop would be such a fun gift for a quilter
    I am from Washington state

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  95. A fabric basket with notions or fat quarters inside or a cute pincushion are both nice ideas for anyone who sews.

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  96. I think a great gift is a current modern quilt block book. I live in the USA.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  97. I'm thinking of giving a quilt journal to my quilter friend this year.

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  98. Precursor, like a fat Q bundle, plus a hand made pin cushion

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  99. You can't go wrong with Fabric. I live in the USA

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  100. Live in the good old USA and I love the looks of your snowflake quilt but them my favorite color is blue! Thanks for doing a give-away!

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  101. I'm in the US. The best quilty gift ever would probably be help with cutting, my least favorite part of the process :P

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  102. Fabric, definitely fabric!
    WoW! I love that basket weave pattern! I'm now a new follower of your blog! (I'm in Germany.)

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  103. My favorite gift for quilters are small wall hangings- either by me or commissioned. I kind of see them as the collectible cards of the quilt world. I'm in the US, kcarlson1152[at]gmail[dot]com

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  104. Fabric would be my favorite to give and receive! Thanks

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  105. My favorite gift is a small pretty tin filled with cute scissors, tape measure, thread, and a mini charm pack.
    ceciliayoung (at)gmx.com

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  106. I just bought my friend Joannie an Ott light for Christmas! I think it's a great gift. I'm in the USA.
    Nancy from PugMom Quilts!

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  107. A quilt magazine and some fat quarters make a nice gift. I really like your Snowfall quilt, it is so Timely! I'm in the USA. tkmattson@hotmail.com

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  108. Beautiful patterns! Depending on how long the person has been quilting. For a beginner I always like getting tools to help them get started. For the seasoned quilter I might get a book they've been wanting, a fabric bundle or even a gift certificate so they can shop.

    Thanks for a chance to win.
    HappyHolidays!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  109. International - I always think fabric is the perfect gift but others may prefer a gift certificate!

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  110. Yes, fabric is wonderful, but it's the thread that holds it together. I've gifted my quilty friends the large size of Aurifil thread- something they might not buy for themselves. I'm in the US. I'll follow you on IG.

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  111. I am an international. For me a small handmade gift is my favourite, like a pixi basket..fabric is always a good choice too, lol!

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  112. I love getting fabric bundles for a gift or any rulers are a treat also. I am in the US. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  113. International. I like sewing mug rugs.

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  114. My favourite gift of quilting friends is fabric in their favourite colour :)
    I live in India and my email id is sonaleeleena@yahoo.co.in

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  115. I live in the United States - My favorite gift for a quilter is an assortment of mini charms. Thank you for the opportunity to win! ljbisme at msn dot com

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  116. Your patterns are marvelous. I hope to win them
    I like to give quilting notions and magazines.

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  117. Im in the US. I love making a small hanging for a quilting friend.

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