10.19.2012

Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting ~Blog Tour~

Welcome to the final day of the blog tour, Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting ~It's a family affair. I hope you've had a lot of fun visiting my virtual family. :)
I've got one final copy of my book, Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting, to give-away!
To enter to win a free copy please leave a comment, tell me what you hope to learn from my new book!
Thank you so very much to all of my friends who helped me in this blog tour. Make sure to stop by each of their blogs to enter to win a copy of my book, and take a minute to see their great blogs! 
Amy Webb ~ Amy Lou Who
Melissa Corry ~ Happy Quilting Melissa
Melissa Mortensen  ~ The Polka Dot Chair
Stash Books
Amy Ellis ~Amy's Creative Side
Kimberly Jolly ~ The Jolly Jabber
Vicki Christensen ~ Sew Inspired
Candy Glendening ~ Candied Fabrics
Angela Yosten ~ Moda Home Mom
GenQ Magazine 
TraceyJacobsen ~ Tracey Jay Quilts
VickieEapen ~ Spun Sugar Quilt
AllisonHarris ~ Cluck Cluck Sew

If you'd like a signed copy of my book you can purchase one here.
Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting is also available for purchase here, here and here.
Winner will be announced 10/20/2012
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48 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your book! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  2. Congratulations on your book! I have enjoyed the blog hop and seeing more of your book.

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  3. Your book looks so awesome. Thanks so much for sharing about the Blog tour. It has been fun to visit the other friends and family. And thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. Congratulations on your book and thank you for this blog tour! I enjoyed visiting all the blogs! Thanks for this giveaway!

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  5. +CONGRATS ON YOUR BOOK!
    I'VE JUST BEEN SO DARN SLOW PICKING FM UP THAT I THINK YOUR BOOK WILL REALLY HELP ME-MAYBE SOME PRACTICING HINTS/ THANKS SO FOR YOUR BLOG+BOOK!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  6. so tickled to find your blog! i love to free-motion quilt - it would be sweet to have a reference & new ideas for design. hope you have a great weekend! hope your book sells like hot cakes :)

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  7. I would love to learn to fmq! I'm new to quilting and have always admired quilters who fmq their own quilts. I'm trying to get over the fear of messing up... but I know that everyone started at the beginning too. This book will hopefully give me that jump start in the right direction. Thanks for a chance to win! I enjoyed the blog hop and seeing all your beautiful work. :)

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  8. I would love to learn how to keep the back of my quilt from puckering (especially when using soft snuggly fabric!) Congratulations on your book!

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  9. I would like to learn the following from your book: inspiration for new designs, hints on how to practice efficiently, and how to make some of the gorgeous quilts you showcase. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  10. Congrats on your book! It seems very lovely :) I haven't ventured in free motion yet so I am hoping to learn the basics and then more!

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  11. I can't wait to win a copy of this book so I can learn EVERYTHING!

    Judy

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  12. I hope your book will help me gain confidence with FMQ.

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  13. I want to learn how to be comfortable attempting to FMQ my own quilts on my Bernina. Thank you for the opportunity to win a great looking book! Lisa in Texas

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  14. looks like a fun book! would love to learn tips and new designs to use!

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  15. Machine quilting is something I have always been intimidated by. I am hoping that your book will give me the courage to try it!!

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  16. I have done some free motion quilting, but I am sure I can improve! I would like ideas for using different patterns.

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  17. I have only quilted straight lines with a walking foot. This book would be very informative for me. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I am hoping to win, so I can FINALLY quilt ALL (30+) those quilt tops I have hanging in my quilt room.

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  19. Congratulations ! I'd really love to learn how to FMQ in even and consistent stitches...I'm not too good at that!

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  20. I would LOVE this book to try your techniques. I recently lost my job and I'm using this time for the things I enjoy.

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  21. I think I mostly hope the book would help me get over my fear and just jump in and get started. Time to do something besides just crosshatch quilting.

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  22. Natalia, I'd hope to gain more confidence AND learn more about manipulating the quilt while free-motion quilting. I guess practice, practice and more practice makes sense; if I could get close to the perfection in your quilts, I'd be very happy!

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  23. Hi! I am hoping to learn all I can about free motion quilting on a domestic sewing machine and new designs too!

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  24. Hello. Your book looks marvelous and very informative, and I am eager to see it. One thing I hope to learn is how to hold and move the quilt as you are quilting it - I've tried many things (gloves, Super Slider, bike clips), and still don't get it. Congratulations on being published!

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  25. I would love to learn how to FMQ!

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  26. I just made a jelly roll race quilt top and I want to try to machine quilt it! Thanks!

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  27. I hope that I will be able to do some other free motion designs other than loops! Your book looks fabulous!

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  28. I can use all the advice I can get. I have lots of quilts to finish.

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  29. I would love to improve my FMQ...I usually only straight line quilt, but am ready to branch out!

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  30. I learned that practice with pencil and paper over and over helps with FMQ.

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  31. Congrats. I would love to win to learn as much as I can about free motion sometimes I feel like I'm so jerky. THanks

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  32. Your book looks like exactly what I'm looking for! I've tended to play it simple and safe with my quilting, but I think your book may give me the confidence to try some new things. Being a visual learner, I think the book will be a great help!

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  33. I looking forward to expanding my FMQ with the help of your book! Thanks!

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  34. Thanks for the chance to win this book. I have taken 2 classes on FMQ and haven't done very well. I think your book will help alot.

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  35. Thanks for this give away. I would love to read and see more about free motion quilting, learn hints and tricks and things you have to look at so you can learn how to do it.

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  36. Congratulations on the new book, it looks great. I would like to gain the confidence to give new patterns a try and not worry about making mistakes!

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  37. I hoping to learn proper fmq techniques so I can actually enjoy quilting instead of being perpetually stressed by it. soparkaveataoldotcom

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  38. I really need help in this department. Your book would be such a helpful tool. Thanks for the chance. U R generous

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  39. I hope to learn how to machine quilt. I can quilt straight lines, now that is not to exciting.

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  40. Hi Natalie,

    Congratulations on your new book, it looks divine! Mmmm, yes I am sure that your book will have lots of inspiration for a person that is new to quilting, from the gorgeous fabrics you choose to the inspiration for quilting the quilt top. I checked it out on Amazon and I am sure it is the perfect quilting bible to place on my book shelf. I am an experienced cross stitcher and would love to add more quilting to my crafting!

    Good luck with your book, you must be so proud!

    Lynn
    www.happinessiscrossstitching.blogspot.com

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  41. Hope I'm not too late. I need help deciding how to plan the quilting motifs and what order to quilt each part. Thanks

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  42. Hope I'm not too late. I need help deciding how to plan the quilting motifs and what order to quilt each part. Thanks

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  43. I just need courage to start... I've taken a class and read blogs, but I don't dare attempt it... Thanks!

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  44. Help in planning quilting motifs would be wonderful! Great Blog Tour...you have some awesome friends :)

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  45. I need help about my quilting.
    Great Blog Tour!!!

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  46. Hi Natalia! WOW, what a great group of friends you have on here and in the quilting world! :)

    I am hoping to learn how to FMQ. :) Yes, sounds, cheesy, but I only stitch in the ditch, so I've gotta start somewhere, and this books is where I shall start! Thanks, friend!

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  47. What I would like to learn is how to do FMQ in a relaxed and fearless manner. I just fret because I can't do it perfectly.

    Have a super great sewing, stitching, and quilting day.

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  48. I love the quilts in this book. I am a new LA quilter and I want to learn different designs to use on my frame/machine.
    Barb@Witsend

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