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Vote Now and Give-Away: Quilts with Snowy Friends

Quilters' Show & Tell

Hi everyone!

It’s time to vote and enter the give-away for this week’s Quilters’ Show & Tell event. This week’s theme is Snowy Friends.

Our guest judges for this week are Amanda from The Patchsmith and Jennifer from Sewhooked They’ll both have 100 bonus points to award to their favourite quilt(s).


Fabric Give-Away

Quilting blogger, Katy, who blogs at Plethora of Pinatas, has generously donated 2.5 yards of fabric from her own stash for this week’s winners. Thanks Katy, I really appreciate your generosity.

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The quilter with the most votes (community votes + guest judges’ votes) will win 1.5 yards and one person who leaves a comment below will win 1 yard.

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below answering: What colour of solid fabric do you use the most in your quilts?

Winner chosen from the comments left below will be selected randomly. You have until Monday, March 4, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. (EST) to enter the give-away.


This Week’s Quilts

Here are this week’s Quilts with Snowy Friends:

Please note: if you are viewing this post via email or your RSS reader, you’ll need to click through to the blog post to see the quilts and vote.


Vote Now

Now it’s time for you to vote for your favourites!

  • Voting is open Friday to Monday, March 4, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. (EST)
  • One vote per person (based on IP address NOT email address), so have your family and friends cast a ballot for their favourite quilt
  • Winner announced Monday evening

How to Vote:

  • Review the photos above and make a note of your favourites. You can select up to THREE favourites this week.
  • Below, you’ll see the names of all the quilts with a square button beside each one. Select the buttons for the quilts you want to vote for. Then scroll down, all the way, until you get to the bottom of the list of quilt names. Press the vote button.

Snowy Friends

  • January in Upper MIchigan (28%, 184 Votes)
  • Snowman Quilt (22%, 139 Votes)
  • Dressing For Winter (21%, 135 Votes)
  • Friends (18%, 116 Votes)
  • See no evil, Hear no evil,Speak no evil (14%, 93 Votes)
  • Christmas Cardinal (14%, 89 Votes)
  • Welcome Winter (12%, 80 Votes)
  • Penguins mugrug (12%, 78 Votes)
  • Looking Out My Window (11%, 73 Votes)
  • Winter Welcome (9%, 57 Votes)
  • And In The Meadow... (8%, 52 Votes)
  • Tommy's Snowman (8%, 52 Votes)
  • Cheery Snowman (7%, 48 Votes)
  • A Winter's Tale (6%, 37 Votes)
  • Snowman Forest (5%, 35 Votes)
  • Snow Lady (4%, 28 Votes)
  • Snowmen Follies (3%, 21 Votes)
  • Winter Weekends (3%, 20 Votes)

Total Voters: 646

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Next Week’s Show & Tell

The theme for next week’s Quilters’ Show & Tell event is Quilted Pillows. Any size and quilting style is acceptable. Unfinished pillows are welcome as well.

Read the Rules and Guidelines and submit your photo before next Friday, March 8th, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. (EST).


Sponsors

To sponsor a weekly Quilters’ Show and Tell event, please send me an email and I’ll send you the information package. Check available dates here.

Wanted: Sponsor needed for next week’s event.


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P.S. Don’t forget to enter the give-away below!

Posted: March 1st, 2013

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191 Responses to “Vote Now and Give-Away: Quilts with Snowy Friends”

  1. Gunda says:

    Hmmmmmmmm good question……….think black and cream ;-)

  2. Joni Keskey says:

    I’m using white now a lot.

  3. julie says:

    White! It’s so versatile.

  4. Jeneta says:

    Definitely white!

  5. MissEnota says:

    I use white. Specifically, Kona PFD (Prepared for Dying) but grey is a close second.

  6. Julianne says:

    I use a lot of black.

  7. Elizabeth in VA says:

    Shades of White.

  8. cathy fox says:

    Red. I like to add a little red in all my quilt and projects.

  9. Susan Clarke says:

    I use Kona “Snow” for an all-purpose white. It seems to go with both cool and warm colours.

  10. Di says:

    white as a background, but sash with whatever is a suitable
    colour.

  11. Christine Graf-Gore says:

    Lately I have been into the yellow-creams, (verging into pale yellow). It’s been really sunny here the past few days, so maybe I am just trying to rush spring. SOOOOOO ready for winter to be over!

  12. Cecilia says:

    White is the color I use the most. Thanks for the giveaway. I love the houndstooth fabric.

  13. Penny says:

    I use a lot of blues..over run in boy babies..lol

  14. Lis Martion says:

    Neutrals like calico color & white lately.

  15. Julie Fukuda says:

    I tend to use a lot of blues but not necessarily solids. Were I to look in my solid fabric bins, probably I have more shades of blue ready to use than any other color.

  16. jean says:

    I have been using more solid white lately.

  17. appkle blossom says:

    love to be entered in giveaway thanks

  18. appkle blossom says:

    oops forgot to answer

    yellow

  19. I’ve been using various shades of gray lately…both dark and light.

  20. hafza says:

    I used a lot of white solid… all range of white. Voting for only three this week is really tough…so many beautiful works!

  21. janine says:

    I used light pink for my last quilt because that was what I had on hand, but think I’ll be switching to white or cream for future ones.

  22. susana says:

    Los azules y toda su variedad de celestes pegan con casir todo lo que hago .Gracias a su increíble trabajo y a Katy.Cariños.

  23. Inge Christensen says:

    Oh my, the quilts this week are so charming, it was very difficult to choose.
    When I dó my own sewing, I guess green solid is my number one colour, simply because my stash is overflowing with green solids. They seem to grow in number lol. I really love green, it makes the Warmer colours shine.

  24. Djoekie says:

    ik gebruik momenteel veel paars

    groeten

  25. Chris Jones says:

    It depends, but often neutrals like calico.

  26. mary says:

    I’m using Kona’s Stone most lately.

  27. wilma young says:

    I like to use a little bit of red in a lot of my quilts. I use shades of white often too.

  28. Peg says:

    White is kind of my go-to solid, but it’s not actually solid usually, more tone-on-tone.

  29. Beulah says:

    Great work everyone! It was hard to select only 3!
    The solid color I use most in my quilts… Blue!

  30. Lee says:

    I am not really partial to any one colour. but if I look at my scrap bins, blue and white/lights are over flowing these days.

  31. Susan says:

    I would say it is a tie between blue and green.

  32. Rose says:

    The solid colour I use most is blue.

  33. Cindy A. says:

    If I use a solid it is yellow which is more often than not the background color.

  34. Peggy Gibbs says:

    I use Ecru quite a bit when I sew.
    Thanks,

  35. Rhonda Marshall says:

    mostly creams.

  36. I love to use a lot of bright colors, but blue is my favorite.

  37. Marjie Moran says:

    Seems to be red, judging by my stash pile.

  38. Vickie Maloy says:

    I can’t live without a green of some shade.

  39. [...] to everyone that entered quilts and voted for last week’s Quilts with Snowy Friends Show & Tell [...]

  40. Loly says:

    Pink. Many women is that we are home!
    Gracias!

  41. Rebeckah says:

    I use dark blue. And that is because the quilts I make are all tardis quilts. Though when I make other quilts I usually use a pannel and not a lot of solid.

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