Mittwoch, 8. Mai 2013

Sew Mama sew give away



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Willkommen hier auf meinem kleinen Blog, der noch sehr neu ist.. ;-) und ich sehr ungeübt mit dem Handling....
Wenn du hier bist, bist du wahrscheinlich über den Give away day von Sew Mama Sew gekommen.


Was für eine tolle Idee... Ich wollte immer eine Menge für meine Kinder nähen, aber wie es so ist, die Zeit wird immer weniger und die Kinder so schnell gross und die Geschmäcker von Mutter und Kind gehen auseinander... ;-)

Deshalb möchte ich ein paar Schnittmuster und Schnittmusterhefte für Kinder weitergeben, bestimmt gibt es jemanden, der sie gerne hätte und brauchen kann.
Gerne schicke ich es auch international.
Um teilzunehmen, musst du nur noch einen Kommentar bis zum 11. Mai 8.00h hinterlassen.
Als Kommentar könntest du mir vielleicht sagen, wie ich den Geese-in-the-Forest-Quilt am effektvollsten quilten könnte.....




Welcome here on my little blog, which is still very new .. ;-) And I'm very inexperienced with handling ....
If you're here, you're likely to come across the give-away day from Sew Mama Sew.
What a great idea ... 

I always wanted to sew a lot for my kids, but as it is, the time flies away and the kids grows up so quickly and the tastes of mother and childs are divided ... ;-)

So I want to pass on a few patterns and pattern booklets for children, there is definitely someone who would like and use it.
I will send it internationally too.

To participate, you only have left a comment until May 11th 8:00h.
Comment as you could possibly tell me how I could quilt the Geese-in-the-Forest-quilt at best .....

:-)

Kommentare:

  1. What a lovely quilt. Very graphic. I'm really not a quilter but maybe something curvy - interlocking circles - to contrast with the straight lines and angles.

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  2. I wish I had the patience to quilt! My mother-in-law makes lovely quilts! I guess I can't give you any advice about your quilt!
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  3. I know nothing about quilts, sorry!
    I love sewing for my children, and I long for having an Ottobre magazin in my hands, I love that kind of clothes!
    Thanks so much for the chance.

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  4. What about a line that's sort of in between ad zig zag and a scallop so it looks a little like geese flying in the sky?

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  5. I would quilt right along with the pattern - each of the triangles. That quilt is gorgeous!

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  6. I don` quilt so I have no advice for you.I love any European sewing pattern!Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway!

    vhogsett@comcast.net

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  7. I would love to help you, but I have never quilted before! Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  8. try paper piecing--it's quite easy to do and makes the neatest blocks!

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  9. I am not a quilter but I wish you luck!

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  10. A quilter from Germany! Yay! Most sewers and quilter I meet are from Canada or the US. I'm from the Netherlands. I'm sorry but my German is quite bad, so I decided to answer in English.

    What kind of quilting do you like? Straight lines? Then I would suggest something like this:
    http://www.redpepperquilts.com/2010/04/quilted.html
    It does make your pattern stand out more.

    Or round, flowery shapes, like this (half dogwood pattern):
    http://hyacinthquiltdesigns.blogspot.nl/2013/04/marcelle-medallion-finish.html

    Good luck on deciding what to do!

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  11. What a great giveaway! I would love to sew more for my kiddies.
    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

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  12. I would stitch in the ditch (along the seam lines). Thank you for the chance at your giveaway.

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  13. Thank you for the giveaway! I am very new at quilting, so I probably wouldn't be much help in that department! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. Thanks for a great giveaway!
    I do my own quilting on my domestic machine so it's all straight line!

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  15. if you can free motion quilt, I would try to do Christmas trees all over, not using the geese, just randomly doing trees!

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  16. I think you can quilt it in a straight line. Very beautiful quilt!

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  17. I love Ottobre Design. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. I sew for my children, so I would LOVE to win. Thank you so much for the opportunity. I wish I can answer your question, but I don't quilt. :)

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  19. What a great price, just what I need! Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  20. I can't answer your question because I don't quilt. I do sew a lot of children clothing. Ottobre is one of my favorite sewing magazines!

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  21. Great giveaway. Thank you for the chance to enter. I have never heard of this Gees In the Forest quilt design. I am sur eit is beautiful and that is why you are probably trying to figure out the best way to do it....

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  22. I always get stuck when it comes to the quilting, but your quilt is beautiful, maybe just a simple all over design or you could go crazy hard and do the shapes of forest animals all over it!

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  23. I would just do something simple, showcasing the prints. Maybe just making a chevron style pattern.

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  24. i can't answer your question-but i would put the kids patterns to great use!!!thank you.

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  25. Hi from New Jersey, USA! Please draw again if I win. I don't really make kid's clothing, but I wanted to leave a comment anyway! Love your blog and I will start following you :)

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  26. I'm not an experienced quilter, I hope someone else helps you come up with an idea for your quilt. Those patterns are very nice and I'd love to win them. :)

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  27. children magazines??? mmm, i dont mind if they are in german ;)
    thanks fron Spain
    my email elocose at gmail.com

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  28. I would probably either outline the triangles, or quilt circles over everything.

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  29. I'm not a quilter, but I am a sewer of kids clothes, so I would be *thrilled* to win your prize. I love the trees, and I like the idea of little circles. It would be cool if you could do something like a line with little circles on either side so it would look a bit like falling snow.

    Thank you for the chance o win

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  30. I have not made that type of quilt before, so I am sorry I can't help with that. I do love making clothes for my daughters, so I would love to win your lovely giveaway. Thanks so much :o)
    woodlandrabbit@yahoo.com

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  31. Hello from Washington DC area!!
    I love your GITF quilt!! You did an awesome job on it, and it looks very complex. You could quilt it "in the ditch" which I think might be more difficult than taking a leaf motif and free motion quilting leaves on it. It may mean less turning for you under the machine. What ever you decide let us know, because you've GOT to post it after the quilting is done to see what you did!!!! Awesome quilt. Thanks for participating in the blog hop!!!

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  32. I would outline the shapes. thanks for the giveaway.

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  33. Wow... beautiful quilt. Maybe dense straight line quilting or concentric cirles.

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  34. No answer for you, but thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. you could do a cluster of small triangles (one continues line with triangles in it) or with bubbles/circles? elisabeth hartman (oh fransson) has a few great designs in her book modern patchwork and on the projects on website. I see you made her tokyo subway quilt so you know her work.

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  36. You could outline the triangles... I'm only a beginner quilter, so not much help on quilting yet as I haven't done anything but straight lines with my walking foot. Thanks for a chance to win! :)
    bcgeates at netbistro dot com

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  37. I can't really make any suggestions regarding the quilt, but it is looking sehr schön so far... I love the colour combination and the pattern is so effective. You caught my eye with the patterns for children... I hope that I am able to find the time to put them to use. Thanks for the chance!

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