Book Give Away! Stack the Deck Revisited by Karla Alexander

This contest is officially closed!  Thank you to everyone who participated. You can find out who won by clicking here.

Even though I barely finished my gifts in time for the holidays I never stopped looking at new books and picking new projects for next year! We have two copies of Karla Alexander’s NEW book Stack the Deck Revisited that we are going to give away*. The book has 11 projects using her fun stack-slice-shuffle-and-sew method. The patterns from her original book have been updated. I love this technique because it is so easy to cut, and so fun and quick to sew together!  I love seeing how the blocks turn out as you go, and I can’t wait to get started making them. You could win a copy of this book by simply answering the following question by commenting below:

“How many sewn holiday projects did you complete this year?” 

The deadline to enter is Wednesday, December 29, 2010 by (11:59 pm PST). I will draw  two random winners on Thursday morning.

*Rules! Only one entry per person. Must have a U.S. shipping address. No purchase necessary.



  1. Stephanie G. Benson-Greer - December 27, 2010

    I made seven completed gifts before xmas and I have two to go, since I have not had a chance to get together with these two individuals as of yet.

  2. Joan - December 27, 2010

    I didn’t finish as many projects for Christmas as I intended to, due to illness, but did manage 6 items. The Stack the Deck book sounds intriguing! Hope I can win it.

  3. Jenni - December 27, 2010

    Oh, I was bad, very bad. Didn’t get a single christmas gift finished. I had good intentions! Maybe I should start now for next year?

  4. tami dyer - December 27, 2010

    i made only 4 3 for grandbabies, 1 for gift of newborn.Sooo wanted to make more though.

  5. Elaine Cullis - December 27, 2010

    Did not get any finished for Christmas, but have quite a few tops to quilt, som maybe that half counts as people could see them. Some how there is not enough time in the day for our favorite hobby!

  6. RANCHMOM - December 27, 2010

    I did not finish one gift for Christmas this year I tried to finish a UFO of placemats for my GD but I am still sewing the binding on them. I will give them to her on Jan. 1. But they are still late.

  7. Shirley McLoud - December 27, 2010

    Two. A quilt for each of my grand nieces.

  8. Valerie - December 27, 2010

    I made 8 sets of potholders, two potholders per set. I also made tea towels to go with the potholders, one towel per set. (Not sewn, but I also made homemade vanilla to go with the potholders and towels.) My husband got a quilt to wrap up in while he works on his computer in his basement office, it gets cold down there. And again not sewn, but I knit scarves for 5 family members. All of this was done in time to be shipped across the country in time for Christmas! 🙂

  9. Maggie - December 27, 2010

    I didn’t give any sewn gifts this year. Not even the pot holders for my mom… maybe for her birthday in June.

  10. Alyson - December 27, 2010

    I finished 4 projects for Christmas.

  11. Pam - December 27, 2010

    Everything I started I finished! I do not expect a repeat of this historical happening next year. Purses, wallets, sewing machine covers, tool caddies, wallhangings, tabletoppers, placemats, camera straps, oven mitts~~ yep…finished it all! We cut out the cookie baking and shopping…everything was homemade~either sewn by myself or baked/made (bread…Irish Cream) by my husband. This was the most relaxing Christmas we have had in ages.

  12. Wendy - December 27, 2010

    I finished all tbree – a tablerunner, handbag and baby quilt. Plus I ordered some of your batiks to start on a gift for next christmas. Would love to win the book.

  13. Karen - December 27, 2010

    I made 12 Christmas tree napkins and two wallhangings.

  14. Kathy - December 27, 2010

    I’m new to quilting so I did a Christmas wall hanging that I was going to give away but decided to keep for myself. I was really pleased with it. I see the mistakes but hope others don’t.

  15. Holli - December 27, 2010

    I finished 8 projects… but 5 of them were tiny little purses ? 1 quilt and 2 hooded towels.

  16. Trudy Lindemann - December 27, 2010

    I did four last minute gifts. Two of them were quilts and two were Christmas tote bags. The quilts got quilted and bound just days before Christmas. I just checked out your other book New Cuts for New Quilts from the local library and am putting it on my list of the many quilt books I want to get!

  17. Susan Therio - December 27, 2010

    I’m ashamed….only 3.

  18. Laura - December 27, 2010

    Everything I make is hand stitched. I completed at least 1,500 pieces, mostly make-do pin cushions. Plus, this year I started quilting and I hand stitched 8 lap quilts and one baby quilt for gifts for family members. I would rather hand stitch than use a machine. To me, it’s more relaxing.

  19. Debra Symons - December 27, 2010

    I got one project finished for a new granddaughter, but I finished six quilts for my sister. Some were done from fabric purchase to finished product and some were just the final quilting. All-in-all I think I did well.

  20. Suzanne - December 27, 2010

    I finished one quilt — almost done with another (they have to go to England) and I completely finished 5 table runners that I gave as gifts. I have 3 more unfinished table runners that I wasn’t able to finish and I made a quilt top as a gift for a wedding in February — all I have to do is quilt if. Also made tons of cookies for gifts too!

  21. Judy LeVang - December 27, 2010

    I managed to finish a quilt, 3 outfits for little ones, a wallhanging, 17 cold/flu comfort rice bags, a pin cushion, and a vest. Whew, didn’t realize how much I did get finished until I started listing them!

  22. Regina - December 27, 2010

    I lost count – 2 quilts, 4 fabric baskets, 5 pillowcases, about 30 sachets, some key fobs, some covered notebooks…

  23. Merrie Jo Schroeder - December 27, 2010

    I made 10 stockings for foster children. A wall hanging for a friend. Finished up quite a few non-Holiday projects.
    Happy New Year to everyone!!

  24. Sue - December 27, 2010

    only 3 this year — a table runner and a couple of pin cushions (rough year with a lot of illness). But I’ve already got 1 quilt top finished for next Christmas, and another about 1/2 done.

  25. Carol - December 27, 2010

    I finished 4 projects for Christmas. Now to start on next years*S*

  26. Victoria d. - December 27, 2010

    I started, and finished, 9 projects all in time which I’m sure will never happen again! 7 purses/bags, one laptop case and a roll-up holder for knitting needles and knitting accessories.

  27. Leslie Holly - December 27, 2010

    1. LOL But – I am completing all of the quilts my mom started or had bought the fabric for to give to the family. 1 is fully quilted, 6 are assembled and awaiting decisions for the backs by the family members and 2 are in process.
    Before I can work on these again, I have 4 others for a friend who’s daughter died, and am remaking a room into a sewing room to not disturb the others in the house while I work.

  28. Gayle - December 27, 2010

    I got 2 finished for this Christmas…the rest will have to be for next year!

  29. abi - December 27, 2010

    3 mini quilts and 10 sets of 4 quilted stockings. : ) I’m all sewed out!

  30. Ramanda - December 27, 2010

    The queen of proctastination here and I got a whoppin’ one project done before Christmas but it was an unfinished from last year. I am sewing my little heart out in hopes of having the rest finished by New Year’s. It still counts if its the Holidays, right?

  31. Paula - December 27, 2010

    7 finished
    2 bow tucks bags – one for each daughter,1 Amish puzzle ball for grandson,1 autograph puppy- for granddaughter
    2 coffee mugs with embroidered inserts one for each son-in-law, 1 quilt top (T-shirt quilt) for a friend

  32. Erin Stamile - December 27, 2010

    I completed 21 gifts this holiday + 2 Birthday gifts. Five of them were finished Christmas eve into the morning hours of Christmas Day. Now that Christmas is over it is time to start on next year.

  33. Marci Warren-Elmer - December 27, 2010

    I completed 7 quilts (all bigger than lap size), 4 table runners, 2 kindle covers, and 4 Amy Butler Bags….17 total. I will never take on that many projects with the same deadline again!

  34. Virginia Eyman - December 27, 2010

    7 quilts (3 of them hand quilted) 2 tablerunners and 2 tree skirts 🙂

  35. Cori - December 27, 2010

    I make 36 projects. 18 of them where market totes. Then I made 4 lap quilts, 2 twin quilts, 1 queen size and the rest where pot holders, placemats and aprons. I have started ob next years. I love making homemade items for gifts.

  36. Bea - December 27, 2010

    I’ve made lots of projects thruout the year, but specifically for christmas, I’ve made a set of table matts and a finger pot holder for a friend, about 10 stuffed owls and one owl pillow ( found a cute owl pincushion in a quilt magazine, I made them out of cotton. For once I didn’t make any large quilts for family, I’ve done at least one for parents, and close friends the last few years, but I also went back home this summer and brought quilts with me…..
    As for regular quilts for 2010 I made 35 ( If I counted right) Most are gifts or donations, one or two I’ve sold.

  37. Cat Lady - December 27, 2010

    After reading through all of the other comments, my answer sounds rather small, as I only made one sewn holiday project. However, I would still love to win a copy of Karla Alexander’s latest book.

  38. Pat B. - December 27, 2010

    I finished 7 projects including a mattress, pillow and quilt for a doll, placemats and tote bags.

  39. Susan Kirk - December 27, 2010

    I made 8 table runners, 3 lap quilts, one fleece shawl and 10 wall hangings and 2 fleece hats. My daughter’s lap quilt still has 2 1/2 sides to hand sew the binding, it was the only thing I didn’t quite finish. I am soooo glad it is over, now I can work on something other than Christmas fabric. I did enjoy watching the recipients open their gifts….everyone loved what I made them!!! It is fun to make gifts for my friends and family, but I am thinking I will start earlier than October next year!

  40. Wendy - December 27, 2010

    No quilting projects finished. Had to give my sister the top without the borders on it with a note that it will be completed and delivered in a couple of weeks. She loved it anyway. 🙂

  41. Linda Bodkin - December 27, 2010

    I finished 2 dresses and 4 pair of pyjamas for the grand-daughters and great-niece and -nephew. I’d rather sew tahn purchase gifts for the little ones(2 1/2 to 6 1/2), at least while they’re young.

  42. Linda Froggie Quilter - December 27, 2010

    I finished five projects, I think. I have been a bad Froggie this year. I’m starting tomorrow for 2011 gifts! I think! Help! I am even a gold member of Mari’s Gifty Galore group.
    ~HOpppy quilting~

  43. Sue Goodin - December 27, 2010

    I got a few tablerunners done this year and that’s about it. I lost my Mom this year and usually made gifts for her to give and made my gifts. Just couldn’t get into it this year.

  44. Debra Wade - December 27, 2010

    I have completed 40 projects this year. Couldn’t believe I got so much accomplished until I added them all up. Some for sale on my web site, and some for family and friends. I have at least 3 project in process at any given time. Its a joy sharing my passion with others.

  45. Laura Brown - December 27, 2010

    I finished 2 gifts before my hand was put in a brace. Wasn’t as productive a year as in the pass. I gave everyone IOU”S and they will get there gifts in February.

  46. Linda Froggie Quilter - December 27, 2010

    I forgot to mention, I believe that some sale CT fabric and a stackin’ book will help me get started for next year. I need help soooo much~
    ~Hopppy quilting~

  47. Pam - December 27, 2010

    I made 6 pair of PJ’s + one extra top for my grandson and a monkey blanket for him to have in his monkey tote for traveling!

  48. Fredricka Brown - December 27, 2010

    I think a dozen . I don’t keep track.

  49. Anne Oppegard - December 27, 2010

    None :'( but I have high hopes for 2011.

  50. cellogirl - December 27, 2010

    I sewed and gifted 5 quilts, 6 pillowcases, 2 sockmonkeys (from socks), and 22 girls dresses for an orphanage in Kenya. Also, knitted 5 sweaters and 2 pairs of socks for gifts–guess it’s time to start creating for next Christmas!!

  51. lois - December 27, 2010

    2 I Spy quilts, 6 sewing kits, one pillowcase, two sweaters, and two christmas stockings for two new grandbabies! 🙂

  52. Judee Koda - December 27, 2010

    Counting a half dozen fabric postcards I finished 35 projects. All sizes of quilts, 12 for charity included. I do believe in finishing projects. Please choose me.

  53. Heather - December 27, 2010

    I made a table runner with CT fabric for my sister, and a Santa wall hanging for my mom. I also made a table runner for myself, but it was not a Christmas present.

  54. KristyR - December 27, 2010

    I finished several small gifts, 3 baby quilts, and a quilt top for a christmas quilt. fun times

  55. Dana - December 27, 2010

    Only two wall hangings. I’m still working on a couple of quilts for my parents, but my schedule was too hectic. They will get them soon and they will be a couple of “I love you” gifts, I did send them something else for Christmas.

  56. Marcia L. - December 27, 2010

    I finished six full sized quilts for my grandchildren, four knitted scarves, three crocheted scarves, three knitted hats, three crocheted hats, two baby doll quilts and pillows. I also made myself a crocheted shawl and scarf. Been very busy but loving every minute of it!

  57. Alissa - December 27, 2010

    I didn’t thing I did many until I started counting. I made 5 stockings, 10 purses, 1 wallart quilt block, and I helped my little sister make 2 hot pad mitts. Whew!

  58. Birdena - December 27, 2010

    I finished two christmas projects, but I made six sets of pillow cases for christmas presents and a photo quilt for a customer to give her her step mom.

  59. Betty HH - December 27, 2010

    I made 3 quilted purses, 6 pot holder and mitts, and 1 quilt-as-you-go table runner. Started Hubby a rag quilt, he got an IOU for finishing.

  60. Kimberly Hare - December 27, 2010

    I finished two wall hangings for friends, a beautiful “Birdies on a Wire” Quilt, with the kit I purchased from Connecting Threads! I completed Flowers of the Sun quilt for my Mother for Christmas. I made a lilac kaleidoscope quilt, but I only have the top pieced. I also finished a camping quilt with embroidered blocks depicting camping scenes. I just started my newest quilt from another kit purchased from CT, called Chubby Chirps. Love this fabric!!

  61. Karen - December 27, 2010

    Made 4 tablerunners for my daughter in law to give to my grandkid’s teachers. While not for a Christmas gift, was asked by a friend to make a quilt for her signifcant other. She’s presenting it to him our our home on New Year’s Eve. Happy 2011 everyone!!

  62. Jennifer - December 27, 2010

    ?14 different placemats – 3 lap quilts – 1 baby blanket.

  63. Pam T. - December 27, 2010

    Hmmm, leeme think! I completed two handbags, two stuffed cats, two pillowcases, one gigantic airplane bag for son who flies gigantic model gliders (!), knit four pairs of handwarmers, four hats & made four pairs of earrings. Oh, and finished one beaded lace shawlette.

  64. Carol Vickers - December 27, 2010

    Let’s see…..six tote bags, one advent calendar, one snowman throw, one apron, one set napkins, one wallhanging, one wine bottle cover, one baby quilt — oops it’s still not quilted.

  65. Dixie - December 27, 2010

    I’m embarrassed to say I made one Christmas quilt– and it is for ME.

  66. Elizabeth - December 27, 2010

    I made my very first quilt this year and gave it to my husband…he said it was the best gift he’d ever recieved…made my second one for my youngest son….got a new Janome for christmas and am working on my third…ordering fabrics from conecting threads to make more….i love it!!

  67. Judy Urban - December 27, 2010

    I didn’t give any homemade gifts this year but my daughter gave me a clock she make with a quilt block and my other daughter gave me a pillow she made my third daughter gave me a hanging item she made.
    I am just happy they are all doing crafts like their mother.

  68. Shady Brooks - December 27, 2010

    I finished 2 twin sized quilts, 1 “large” quilted wall hanging, 10 placemats, 4 table runners, 7 large (full-back size) ricebags, 2 small (neck/shoulders sized) ricebags, 1 pillowcase….”and *singing slightly off-key* a partridge in a pear tree” LOL

  69. Samdy A - December 27, 2010

    I didn’t sew any Christmas presents this year. Guess that puts me on Santa’s bad list! 🙂 I do make hand dipped chocolates, though so that takes up a lot of my time.

  70. Dee - December 27, 2010

    I didn’t make a single Christmas gift this year. After years and years of staying up late Christmas Eve trying to finish them, I gave myself a break this year. And I’m glad I did. I was much less stressed this Christmas.

  71. Janice - December 27, 2010

    I made three gifts that I gave and one item for myself. I made a baby quilt that I sold for a gift. I also helped my 18 year old daughter with her very first quilting/sewing project that is for a friend.

  72. lisa - December 27, 2010

    I gave three quilts…one finished, one that needs binding, and one thats just a top (last minute decision to try and give it as a gift, I was shocked when the top was finished in time to wrap, I need to go buy backing and batting for it and the budget wouldnt let me do that right away.) and I made a tree skirt with scraps. I love it! (so the answer is three gifts one decration…if you can call those two “finished”)

  73. Paula - December 27, 2010

    Holiday projects, let’s see…several 12 1/2″ blocks for “The Ladies” group I am in – 5 different 4th of July patriotic blocks, 5 Fall blocks and 6 Christmas blocks (blocks with large appliqued ornaments). The rest of the year I sewed quilts. The blocks in the Stack the Deck revised look fun and colorful. I would love to win this book!

  74. Shelia - December 27, 2010

    I completed 8 gifts for Christmas. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  75. Alicia Jones - December 27, 2010

    Wow – a lot this year. 2 Quilts, 1 set of pillow cases, 4 sets of cupcake potholders. Whew! I was busy. Thanks for the chance to win this book!

  76. Diane - December 27, 2010

    I only had four to complete this year. But am already starting on projects for next year.

  77. Clara Chandler - December 27, 2010

    12 projects completed–hand embroidered tea towel, fleece throw with binding, two purses, and 8 ornaments (two were hand embroidered, others embellished–wow, what fun I had at the buttons posted on the Notions board).
    I certainly enjoy Connecting Threads and the availability of your tutorials.

  78. Ruth B - December 27, 2010

    Easy….one! Made a gift for my daughter’s friend’s aunt. Actually made it for my daughter’s friend to give to her aunt.

  79. Cindy b - December 27, 2010

    I finished eight quilts ! I have four quilts to start for next year. I would love to win the book to have inspiration to start more.

  80. Fran Wyles - December 27, 2010

    I finished 20 projects.

  81. Gayle Lott - December 28, 2010

    Hey Judy, I did 8 projects that were Fall/Thanksgiving and I completed and gave 12 quiltsof the wallhanging/lap/bed sizes and I also completed and gave about 20 applique/embroidery post cards or ornaments as gifts for the grandies teachers and others. I am not bragging (yes I am) but I was a busy girl. With my DH being more or less home bound, I have lots of sewing time and plenty of stash.
    I hope I can win the book you are giving since I think that is the pattern that I lost and I need it to finish my UFO>

  82. Bonnie Germann - December 28, 2010

    I finished 3 projects. I made 2 tablerunners for my mother-in-law and also a wallhanging for her. I just ordered Christmas fabric to start on next years Christmas projects.

  83. Jenn - December 28, 2010

    I made one apron for my Sil and I finally finished stocking for a little boy.

  84. VL - December 28, 2010

    I finished two ornaments.

  85. Rebecca - December 28, 2010

    14 8-piece quilted coasters, a tree skirt, 8 appliqued shirts for all the little ones, a 8 piece and 6 piece place setting placemat/napkin set. Didn’t finish everything I wanted to, but maybe there will be some late Christmas presents in January!

  86. Gina S. - December 28, 2010

    I finished the 7th one on Christmas Eve thanks to the bad weather. I think i’ll start early next year just in case i don’t have bad weather to help me out. 🙂

  87. Jackie Farley - December 28, 2010

    Completed 9 quilted purses for my Red Hat sisters, 2 quilted purses for granddaughters, 2 new grandbaby quilts, 2 quilts with matching pillowcases for my granddaughters, and the next project is going to be for ME (yeah, right)!

  88. Nancy Kiley - December 28, 2010

    3. Farmall tractor pillowcase 4hubby. Storage bags for nativity set gift. Treat bags.

  89. Lynn D in NC - December 28, 2010

    I didn’t complete any, but didn’t intend to. I am completely focused on projects for a new little bundle of joy who will bless our family in March 2011 (at least that is the plan!) Next year, I’ll focus on making Christmas gifts for others, but right now this little granddaughter we will soon get to meet is getting all my attention.

  90. Angela C - December 28, 2010

    wow , I am so glad to have found this site for the free giveaway. I am looking forward to this book and hoping to be a winner. I have seen the cover and it is so inspirational. I have finished all of the great Christmas chores and have a new craft room that is finally a place to call my own. I have several quilts in progress and lots of fantastic ideas. I would really put this book to of great use. Quilting is so additive . I know its the fabric. Color is highly contagious.!!!!

  91. Debra B. - December 28, 2010

    I did finish one knitted and one sewn gift for Christmas. That was all I planned! Off over holidays so I am sewing and finishing. Stress free Christmas as I was done and wrapped early. No all nighter for me!

  92. Terri Beck - December 28, 2010

    I gave away about 20 FSL ornaments. I tried to make quilt blocks for a blockswap but my machine broke down and was unable to finish them. Getting the ornaments done was a nightmare because the machine was messing up all the tme. It is now in the shop again. Hopefully it will be fixed this time. Has been in for the same problem several times and comes home doing the same thing. My daughter is actually trying to get it declared a lemon.

  93. Sandy Todd - December 28, 2010

    I hand embroidered 12 kitchen towels and made 24 potholders to match them…plus…I made, cut, baked and decorated 10 dozen Christmas sugar cookies with 6 of my beautiful grandkids!

  94. Jane Welch - December 28, 2010

    I made 3 chenille scarves for granddaughters, 2 double fleece blankets for granddaughters, Drunkard’s Path placemats for a special sister-in-law and helped make and quilt 25 lap quilts for our two local kidney dialysis centers in the last year. And I have loved each and every moment of doing these things! Love, love, love Connecting Threads and their products and service.

  95. Debbie McConkey - December 28, 2010

    I made 8 quilts (started in August) for Christmas and I am happy to say all but one were done before Christmas. 4 were twin size, and the others were just crib sized quilts The last one is being quilted this weekend. Also made pot holders, and a scarf for a friend who had a birthday early in December.

  96. Joanna - December 28, 2010

    I participated in a Christmas QAL so I finished four projects doing that, then I made eight pillow cases for the kids in my family, and inumberable (about 11 or 12) mug rugs. I have a quilt top I have not quilted and finished. It’s more than I thought I would do.

  97. Kathy - December 28, 2010

    I have completed 1 queen size quilt, plus several smaller gifts as well as 50 pillowcases that were given away to a local charity.

  98. Melissa - December 29, 2010

    I finished 3. Poor hubby got a box full of “quilt kit”!

  99. Barbara - December 29, 2010

    I got several small projects finished, a total of 7. Hoping to do better this year by getting started earlier. I hope to do more sewing for ministry this year and just not stuff I do for the family. They always seem to grab everything up. But that’s okay, I really enjoy making gifts for everyone.

  100. Jennie Steward - December 29, 2010

    Did a total of 7 gifts this year. All small things like potholders and ornaments this year.

  101. Olise Adamo - December 29, 2010

    I just made a tree skirt for my mom but I am working on a quilt for my sister and two baby quilts for little ones expected in January.

  102. Susan Ashley-LaFitte - December 29, 2010

    I finished 2 projects this year. Had plans to do more, but came down with shingles! Couldn’t even sit at my machine. Looking forward to 2011 and doing something “new and different”. This book could be just the thing to inspire me! Happy New Year to all.

  103. Marreta Campbell - December 29, 2010

    With a brand new grandbaby, I neglected to complete any projects for Christmas, other than a baby quilt and several small receiving blankets. My New Year’s resolution is to finish at least five of the quilting projects already in the works. I would love to win the book – it sounds like fun waiting to start.

  104. Valerie Bockman - December 29, 2010

    I bought eight kits for wholecloth panel quilts, one for each of my children, and I finished two.

  105. Dawn - December 29, 2010

    Unfortunately, I didn’t complete my new grandsons quilt 🙁 However, I got a new sewing machine for Christmas and have several projects I would love to get started; after I finish my grandson’s quilt of course 🙂 I would LOVE to win this book to add to my collection!!

  106. Audrey Brys - December 29, 2010

    I finally finished a queen size quilt that had sadly been waiting for the quilting of borders for over a year. Also, some table runners were finally completed. Yeah.

  107. Marlene - December 29, 2010

    Two gifts completed. Everyone else got pictures of what theirs will look like when I get done.

  108. Anita - December 29, 2010

    Not as many as I wanted to. I just made a small runner for an exchange gift with a quilt group and 4 paper pieced ornaments.

  109. phyllis - December 29, 2010

    I made only 4 gifts this Christmas because of a lot of sewing in Oct. for our 5 great-grandkids who were part of our 50th wedding celebration; and also, a lot of sewing in Nov. for the Cancer Foundation for their fund-raiser. I only got 3 towels and a baby quilt finished. Maybe next year.

  110. Dorothy I. Dishman - December 29, 2010

    Unless I have lost count, I believe 24 projects were completed. Now I am gathering my Fall & Winter fabrics into possible projects for 2011 with lots of ideas seen on web sites and in magazines. My summers are usually spent on Fall/Winter projects so you could say I have reversed my seasons….Ha!
    I would love to receive one of your books for future use.
    Thanks so much.

  111. Cecilia - December 29, 2010

    I completed only 3 gifts this year. I hope to do better next year. Thank you for the book giveaway. They look very interesting.

  112. Carol Wadkins - December 29, 2010

    I made placemat sets for 10 family and friends, some of them were only two placemats and the others were a set of four. I also made several table toppers and can be turned over and used during a different season. I think there were about 10-15 of them. No large or lap sized quilts, still working on them………….
    If I do half as well next year, it will be a wonder!!
    The book that you have mentioned looks very interesting and I would love to have it!!
    Thanks to you all for being a wonderful site and a great group of ladies!! Happy New Year!!

  113. Amy - December 29, 2010

    I sadly had NO time to make anything for anyone yet this year. But the new year is only two days away… so there is hope for me yet!’

  114. Sandy B - December 29, 2010

    Two – my daughter’s wedding quilt (Queen size) and a cot quilt for the first baby of the sister of a teaching friend. How many projects did I start – hmmm! 4, still to finsish from other years (2008) hmmmmm! 3 – ooops I have work to do. This is a great site to inspire me though. Thank you team.

  115. cindy Wurtz - December 29, 2010

    I made three Christmas pillow cases, finished putting binding on a quilt and my 13 year daughter made a simple but very cute blanket for my grandaughters doll. My daughter also worked on designing fabric for me to put into a quilt. This next year I plan on putting aside one day a month devoted to quilting. I love it.
    Thank you

  116. LeAnn R - December 29, 2010

    I made a pair of pillowcases. But I have a really good excuse for not finishing any other projects. We completed building our new house and I was painting, tiling floors, and putting in hardwood floors. Does that count, we moved in the week before Christmas.

  117. Michelle - December 29, 2010

    I didn’t get any gifts finished. 🙁 My daughter got sick, then I got sick then my son, then my husband. But I love quilting books. Thanks for the opportunity for a free goodie.

  118. Wanda - December 29, 2010

    3 completed Halloween wall hangings for my 3 grandsons with patterns and material scattered all around for their Christmas wall hangings. Too many plans and not enough hours for working and quilting. But my good intentions are there.

  119. Phosphorelated - December 31, 2010

    I didn’t make any holiday projects this year…meant to make two, but neither got finished. Ooops. I’ll do better in 2011!

  120. JoinNevada - January 1, 2011

    I did one holiday quilt for my friend. I am just getting back into quilting again. Miss it.