Wednesday Giveaway

Cathy Cavagnaro is the winner of this week’s Wednesday Giveaway, the Stars in the Garden pattern. Congrats to Cathy!

If you are not Cathy and you still want to make your own Stars in the Garden quilt, click here to find the ePattern.


Both the book and this pattern are out of print now but you can get the ePattern here if you don’t win this week.

Scroll down and look for the box to leave a comment. If you can’t find the comment box, you might see a little icon that looks like a thought bubble at the upper right at the top of this post. Try clicking that to open the comment section.

I’ll use a random number generator to choose a winner Thursday morning, May 4, 2017. Good luck!


200 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. I’ve always loved “stars in the garden”. Would love to win the pattern.
    Thank you for your tutorials.


  2. Finges crossed to win, saw this quilt in a show and it was lovely. Husband remarked that he would like it on his bed. So much applique, my favourite thing.


  3. This pattern is perfection and my delight. Yep I have dibbs on this one.
    The balance, the colours just perfect. Please be mine.


  4. Beautiful! This has been on my to do list for a few years now. Quilt Gods… let me win and I’ll move it to the top of my list! 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway.


  5. Thank you for providing these giveaways. Not only is it fun to check the blog spot for the giveaway it is really enjoyable to see what you are up to. I liked your comment several weeks back about continuing to challenge ourselves. I am just finishing a quilt with my first (very little bite) of applique. I have already planned my next one. Thank you again for your help in applique. Barb


  6. I love these blocks. They have made a beautiful quilt. Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of the pattern.


  7. “Stars in the Garden” remind me of an 1840’s quilt called “Anna’s Blue Baskets”. I will e-mail you a picture of my quilt. Look forward to completing this lovely pattern. Thank your for your helpful videos on hand appliqueing.


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