Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Sponsored Giveaway--Superior Threads


I've been using my Superior Masterpiece Bobbins for a few years now. I have to say, this handy donut full of bobbins is one of my favorite quilting notions. I use the threads on these bobbins primarily for applique, but I also use them for stitching bindings.  This handy little item has saved me many a trip to the store to buy thread (this has been especially helpful since the closest quilt shops are at least an hour away)!

When I went to the Superior Threads website to get the link for the bobbin I discovered the color numbers are now listed...so glad...you see I completely ran out of one color...and my red is almost gone!  Now that I can check the numbers with what I have, I'll be able to replace my empty bobbins, too!


I was excited to be asked to take part in today's Superior Threads giveaway and asked for some neutral Masterpiece (152) to try for piecing. So...I'll be keeping one of the large spools pictured above, and giving away the three other Masterpiece (152) spools to one of my blog readers. Just leave one comment on this post mentioning a project you'd like to work on for spring to be entered in the giveaway!

Also, there are several other bloggers participating in the Superior Threads Leap Day giveaway today...be sure to visit these other blogs for a chance to win some more thread!


Elizabeth from Occasional Piece-Quilt!
 Lee from Freshly Pieced 
Leanne from She Can Quilt
Jeni from In Color Order
Carla from Lollyquiltz
Jennifer from That Girl, That Quilt
Terri from Sewfantastic


Have a great day!

339 comments:

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Run Quilt Knit Write said...

I'd like to finally make my first ever table runner! Somehow I never manage to make anything small!

noodledogknits said...

I'm about to embark on a baby quilt for a good friend. I'm excited!

DebrafromMD said...

I'm working on a wall hanging for our next guild challenge. I'm usually quitting right up until the deadline but this time I am determined to finish early.

Moneik said...

I'm hoping to take on a Winding Ways quilt in batiks. I'd love to use the Masterpiece to piece it.

Shannon said...

I've got a kit for a batik applique wall hanging that is begging for me to get started :D

Lisa Marie said...

I've been doing some redecorating and want to make a couple table runners for my home. I would love to try this thread. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jen said...

I'm planning on making one of the octagonal orb quilts that I saw on the Modern Quilt Guild blog this spring at our upcoming retreat.

B J Elder said...

I love Superior's threads and would love to have more. Count me in. I am working on a challenge group art quilt and the thread would be perfect for it!

Teresa in Music City said...

I want to make my April Calendar quilt and I will use my Superior King Tut threads to quilt it! Love Superior threads but have not tried the Masterpiece, so hope I win! =^..^=

Johanna said...

I have a dogwood trails kit that i'd lie to make.

Rachel said...

My spring plans include a fairy quilt for my daughter and probably some dresses for her as well. Easter is coming quickly!

Gill said...

I'm just piecing the backing for my 'Garden Fence' quilt so some new thread would be great!

Wonky Girl said...

The bobbin filled donut is a great idea for applique projects. I have two large applique BOM quilts to start on.
It sure would be nice to win some quality thread.

Missy Shay said...

I got a very pretty panel of cats playing in a garden and I want to make a patched border and quilt it for a wall-hanging.
missysaprons@yahoo.com

jenstaubly said...

Thanks for the chance, I've never used this thread before. I am working on a large quilt with lots of birds in the air blocks made with the strawberry fields line!

Mary said...

Our friends are having a baby in May, so I am making a baby quilt - my first one!

Mike Pearson said...

I dig new threads! :P

Ruth B said...

I would like to finish a rabbit wallhanging I started long ago. My grandkids will love it so it will probably be going home with them!

Theresa said...

For spring I would like to work on some Granny Squares in pretty bright colours. I like Masterpiece thread and also Bottom Line for piecing and applique, hope you enjoy using it.

Laura said...

It's not particularly springy, but I'll be working on a couple of baby quilts in the near future... 2 for my twin boys and 1 for a friend's baby girl.

Thanks for the chance!

Dawn said...

I am going to make a wall hanging for my mom's new house. Thanks for the giveaway.

carrie said...

I'm working on a toddler backpack for my son for spring.

Denise said...

Hi, I enjoy your blog. I read it as a regular.

I am making a Large/Queen size artsy quilt for my Sis's 50th birthday, which is this weekend. EEEK!

I am anxious to get started on my next project and follow through the blog blocks with my Pam Kitty Morning/Lakeside fabrics....Thanks!

Rae said...

I would like to make a spring table runner and quilt for my wall.

KaHolly said...

I am preparing a pretty spring wallhanging for my daughter! She's asked for seasonal wallhangings that she can interchange and it's been so much fun!! I love making things for her and she knows it!! She asks for lots of things, even sends me the patterns and fabric!!

Esther said...

I am actually starting the Snowman BOM now so hopefully this one can be completed by Christmas.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I am working on quilting up ufo's so I can start on a Red and White quilt. I've never used Superior before, but I definitely use neutrals for quilting. Thanks for the giveaway :-)

Diane H said...

I've just started a baby quilt of rail fence blocks using a jelly roll.

Marei said...

Spring plans include using gorgeous pastel batiks to make a "stained glass"-type quilt. I can see it in my mind...and it's beautiful.
Thanks for the chance to win some much needed thread.
Marei
mdmontalvo@yahoo.com

Kay said...

I would like to make a spring table runner. I haven't tried Superior threads, yet, but will definitely have to get some.

Rhonda G said...

I am working on Forget me Not by Esther Aliu (A mystery quilt). Yay!

Jane said...

Too many to list, but I have to get the quilting done on my last quilt so I can gift it to my mother in March. Thanks for the giveaway!

Kathy MacKie said...

I have been working on an Anniversary quilt and now I need to do up the backing which I know I will piece. I love my Superior thread and to win some would be well, Superior!

DeniseMarie said...

I need the threads - but I really need that bobbin holder! :-)

KMSC said...

I'm working on several projects at once (aren't we all?). But the one that has my attention is the Farmer's Wife quilt. I love making the various blocks.

KMSC said...

I'm working on several projects at once (aren't we all?). But the one that has my attention is the Farmer's Wife quilt. I love making the various blocks.

Mimi said...

I am working on a postage stamp quilt at the moment and at this point in time I need to take a wee break because my wrist is hurting incredibly from cutting all those squares! I'd be ready to sew them together and that is how I'd use this awesome thread if I won!!

Karen said...

I need a new spring tablerunner.

Heather D. said...

I'd love to try the granny square blocks, and I'm trying to get my hands on a jelly roll. I've never worked with one and there are a few quilt tutorials that I'd like to try with a jelly roll. Thanks for the giveaway!

Dianne Mitzel said...

Oh, would love to have these wonderful threads. I have never tried them, but hear they are so great. Thanks for the opportunity to try some!

MC said...

I want to start a baby quilt and would love some new thread to try. Thanks for the chance to win!

mean sarah jean said...

i've been wanting to do a twister quilt for a few months. just can't decide on which fabric to use :)

Kris said...

My spring project is a yellow tablecloth with pink cherries. Can't wait to get started on it later this week.

Tracey Holzer said...

I looked at the bobbin donut and the bobbins look like paper. Are they? If they are, this is the second time that I have seen this...do they work? It's hard for me to comprehend this! Always something new to learn.

Jessica PierreAuguste said...

I would love to use this thread on a Christmas table topper that I am making for my sister. Thanks for the giveaway!

Patricia said...

I haven't tried the masterpiece thread yet and would like to test it on my next table runner project.

luckymom said...

I am making a tumbler quilt for my son.

Patricia said...

I haven't tried the masterpiece thread yet and would like to test it on my next table runner project.

Gwen said...

I am going to be piecing and appliqueing a race car quilt for my great nephew! I love these bobbins for applique and bindings! Life is so much easier since I found them. The thread is wonderful for piecing!

Gayle said...

I've heard great things about this thread - would love to give it a try!

Rulene said...

I working on a quilt that I started a year ago. Maybe I'll get it finished this spring.:)

Teresa C said...

I'm working on a quilt for my bed, a double-irish chain with star blocks, those granny-squares are screaming to me and I have the fabric washed and pressed for a Debonaire quilt. So much sewing, so little time!

Doris said...

I'd like to finish up my Candied Hexagon quilt this Spring--that would be fabulous. Superior Thread is awesome, but I'm not sure I've ever tried Masterpiece. Bottom Line is in my machine always.

Rebecca said...

I'm hoping to make Spring dresses for my three girls soon :)
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Linda said...

Love the thread....so cute. I am working on another baby quilt. Lots of babies coming up!

Unknown said...

I'd like to do a baby quilt for a friend who's giving birth in May. Thanks for the giveaway. igarciadi@gmail.com

Linda said...

Beautiful THREADS!
Currently working on a charity baby quilt in blue and white!
Thanks for sharing!

Betsy Lynn said...

I love using Superior thread for quilting!
Thanks for the chance to win!

Nancy E said...

I want to make a summery table topper for my kitchen table.

Nancy E said...

I want to make a summery table topper for my kitchen table.

Lindi said...

I love using Superior. I am working on 2 quilts now for spring.L

Regina said...

I am working on some charity quilting, but in between I have a stack of UFO's that all need some special "stretch my abilities" touches that I want to challenge and finish up.

Heather Nash said...

I would love to make my daughter a quilt! I have never made a quilt, but would love her to have something special I made for her.

Anita said...

I would love to start a granny square quilt. I just need to finish a couple of things before I can get started on something new....

Jen said...

I'm working on my Ruby & Bliss hexie project - And I L.O.V.E. Superior threads - they're amazing, wonderful, consistent, durable, and beautiful!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Sherri:
So, I've never tried Superior Threads before, but your informercial just prompted me to click over to their website and PURCHASE the bobbin tray assortment you've shown here. I don't know why I never considered a bobbin tray with an assortment of beautiful colors to sit next to my chair as I do my hand sewing!

As I've never tried their threads before, I'm looking forward to checking out their quality...and would love to win the threads you've offered in your giveaway today. Thanks so much for the chance!
Happy Leap Day!
Donna

╰☆╮ Barb ╰☆╮ said...

I've been toying with the idea of making an appliqued block for a beautiful quilt our guild makes for a charity raffle - these threads seem to be just the ticket! Thanks for hosting the give-away - it's a lot of work.

M said...

I'm going to make a color block quilt if I can get up the nerve to cut into some of my favorite fabrics. :)

Kristi said...

thank you for the wonderful giveaway....the project I will be working on ALL of spring will be my Oh My Stars quilt along project. I am soooo far behind! *smile*

Christine said...

Gosh.....what a great giveaway! I love my Superior thread donut too......I am happy to hear they have the color numbers listed. I am low on a red and a green. So I will be doing a order. Thanks so much! Christne

Josie McRazie said...

Well I have all of my 30's fabrics I have yet to cut into! So I am thinking maybe it is time to cut those beauties up! Oh, that reminds me of the NY Beauty, maybe that...

audrey said...

I've got a bunch of UFOs I'd love to try it on, the current one I'm working on is a Fig Tree pattern using curio. Thanks for the opportunity!

Lisa said...

I have a beautiful yo-yo quilt that I need to applique! Having all these beautiful color threads would be awesome!Thanks for the chance to win!!

Lisa L

~ Julie ~ said...

Since I'm so new to quilting I didn't even know there was a difference in the thread you use! :/ I'm going to start working on an eagle quilt for my son who just received his Eagle award! Thanks for the opportunity! :)

Deb said...

I whip right through my thread, so could always use more. I'm working on a Blackbird Design applique quilt for spring. Thanks!

Pippa Parsons said...

Ive got a spring wallhanging i'm going to start quilting with perle cotton, cute little bunny rabbit and birdies

Liberty Bliss said...

Well, right now, I'm working on a big queen sized bed quilt for myself... But what I'd REALLY like to do is buy a bundle of fabrics and just whip up a baby quilt in one day. It sounds like a lot of fun, to me!

Thanks for the chance to enter!

Anne-Mette said...

I am going to start a Christmas wall hanging with some stitcheries too. And then I am trying to fight some of my WISPs.
What a wonderfull Give Away.

sandra said...

I have a niece who is having a baby in July so my next project will be a baby quilt. I just finished two quilts one for my grandson and one for my daughter so am looking forward to smaller projects. I do use superior threads in my piecing and quilting.

notqnot said...

I will finish a lap quilt, and then a tablerunner is on its way.

Shelley said...

I'm planning to do a Crabapple Hill pattern and that neutral thread would be perfect for the piecing of the very neutral border blocks. Thanks for the giveaway and the review.

RSHudson said...

I've got several people in my life expecting babies so I have a number of baby quilts planned. Thanks for chance to win, Rhonda (marshudson at comcast dot net)

Pauline G said...

I love Superior threads and can never have enough of all these gorgeous colours - next quilt is pink and need some!

tusen said...

Actually, I already have three big projects neatly lined up - a wavy quilt for my Dad's birthday in April, another wavy one for my friend (it's half way down but Dad's birthday comes first) and a quilt for my little sister's wedding in summer :)

The English Ladies! said...

I have a snow man quilt that the thread would work wonderful for.

The English Ladies! said...

I have a snowman quilt that the thread would work wonderful in.

WoolenSails said...

They look like really nice threads and shades, have never seen it here. I plan on making some easter pieces and then start a summer quilt for my bed.

Debbie

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

I'm planning a quildren's quilt for my son with a farm panel and lots of stars with animal centers (panels and quarter sqare triangles are already in storage).
Thank you for hosting the giveaway!

krisgray said...

My son's Dresden plate quilt in bright batiks, that he helped pick out, has moved to the top of my list as he needs a twin size quilt. He's getting big! I love Masterpiece thread - never knots when hand sewing.

Kathy said...

I haven't done any hand applique for a long time, and I've seen some stunning quilts on blogs, so I'm getting the itch to do a new hand applique project this spring. I've been doing a lot of wool applique, and think it's time for a break from that. Thanks for the giveaway chance!

Linda in PA said...

I would like to make a Swoon quilt. Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.

Sunnybec said...

I am just finishing an Irish Chain wall hanging and I really want to do some fancy quilting on it - there, I have said it out loud now! Linda

sko_G knits said...

i'd love to start working on a simple brick quilt using French General's Rouenneries Deux fabrics.

thanks for a chance to win!

Spontaneous Threads said...

I'll be making placements (finally). Thanks for the give away!

Diane N said...

I'd like to make a spring wall-hanging. I found something I really like...all applique...I've never done applique before! I just might have to give it a try! Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to try that thread!

Diane N said...

I'd like to make a spring wall-hanging. I found something I really like...all applique...I've never done applique before! I just might have to give it a try! Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to try that thread!

Lesley said...

My spring project would have to be a Schnibble quilt! Almost done February's!

Julie in WA said...

My chosen spring project is to finish up the Sunshine Quilt that I started two years ago during a particularly dark and dreary Pacific NW winter. It is time to get it assembled!

quiltingmieke said...

hello I am stichting my first BOM, stiched by me fom lynette andrerson, lovely treads

hug mieke feom belgium

Diane said...

Hoping to complete my daughter's T-shirt quilt (4 years of college = ALOT of shirts!). Thanks!

Sharrieboberry said...

I was thinking about pulling out a fall-themed quilt I'm working on. Maybe...maybe, it would be done by fall!

Anne said...

I'll be working on a wall hanging this spring...already started but I'm slow due to lack of time to quilt. It should be done this spring: design with leaves and improv piecing and it's working out nicely. Thanks for the giveaway and that donut thing looks great!

ritainalaska said...

i'm to have a ggbaby, my 3rd, the first baby in the family in 12 years in late spring! baby blankies and appliqued onesies!

Stoney said...

I would love to finish the pink heart quilt I started for my granddaughter's high school graduation. Thanks for the giveaway, by the way!!
Stoney Monte

Amy said...

I'd like to finish my huge applique quilt that I started several years ago. It's challenging but I will finish it. Thanks for the giveway.

Anonymous said...

I'm working on an Easter table topper!! Love table toppers/runners! Jane E.

Anonymous said...

Many unfinished projects, but that didn't keep me from starting another scrap project today!

Tatc@embarqmail.com

Andrea said...

i'd like to work on some potholders for my mother in law

Jennie P. said...

I plan to start a charity quilt soon.

sandyb said...

I am working on a project (surprise so I can say what it is or who it is for) for a blogger and friend who does so much for others. It is still in the planning process but it is sort of an improv piece with her shop on it. I just hope I can put in fabric what is going on paper and is still in my head!

Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. These threads would be great for this project!

sandyb720@gmail.com

Laura K said...

We just moved from California to Utah and I finally have my own craft room so I have a lot of decorations to make! Thank you for the great giveaway.

Tracy said...

I'd like to make a market bag. I just received a new pattern and am excited to get started but have a baby quilt to do first.

Lisa Lisa said...

I'm getting ready to start on a quilt to raffle at Relay For Life. :)

tpott said...

I just received my birthday gift, a Go Baby. I'd like to appliqué a small wall hanging or table square. I LOVE Superior Theads, they're products are wonderful. Thanks so much for the great giveaway.

Sallie said...

a baby quilt for our church quilt ministry. Thanks for the giveaway!

Regina C. said...

I have the donut love it, I have never used there larger spools. I would love to try them out.

Tiffany said...

My sister-in-law is having a baby in September, so baby quilt would be a perfect spring project! Thanks!

Mrs.Pickles said...

I think I would like to make a mini with some tulips on it for spring :)

Christine M said...

Today is the first day of Autumn (Fall) here in Australia. I really want to get started on my Civil War quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Brenda said...

I would love/ hope to finish a quilt for my oldest son.

streetbirds said...

Not a quilt, but this spring I am going to make an 1850's or 1860's Bonnet. :)

Brita said...

These neutral threads would be great for any project, because who knows which project will jump out at me at any given time :-) Love Superior!

Anita in Florida said...

Would love to try out that Masterpiece thread!!!

Carla G said...

I'm going to make my first coin quilt! I've cut out the pieces and just need some time to start sewing. Thanks for a chance to win some Superior Thread! :)

Dollwood Farms said...

I will be working on two baby quilts and a car seat canopy cover. :) Thanks.

quilt happy said...

i am a follower and i enjoy your blog

Patricia Lessell said...

I would just love to win some of this thread. What would I make with it? A quilt for my new granddaughter who is just so yummy. A really smiley baby and I'm sure a new quilt made with this thread would make her smile even more. Thank you so much for the chance to win some of this thread.

Jenn said...

I would love to try some of this on my Swoon quilt!

JoyceLM said...

Working on a baby quilt for my newest great-nephew. Thanks for the chance to win.

Martina said...

Oh this would be lovely to finish my new countrystyle wallquilt for the kitchen.

Karenkay said...

I would love to start working on a spring tablerunner for my girlfriend's new home!

works4me said...

I am working on a mystery quilt and the neutral thread would work well.
After that, the project is up in the air. Too many to choose from.
Thanks for joining the giveaway.

Leslie McNeil of MarveLes Art Studios said...

Love Superior! Use it EVERY SINGLE DAY! A thread a day, keeps the thread doctor - AWAY!

Jacqueline said...

I am working on a wool applique quilt and the variety of threads would be wonderful Thanks so much for a chance.

jleibfried@aol.com

April said...

I love the quilting on your quilt! All this talk about King Tut thread... I guess I'll need to try it.

Linda said...

Hope to make a quilt for my daughter!

Kathy H said...

I want to make some Easter pillowcases. Also a bunny wall hanging.

Erika said...

Ohhh I hope I win some of this thread. Haven't tried it yet and have heard so many good things about it!!

Erika said...

I have FOUR quilt tops that need backing and quilting...hoping to try my hand at machine quilting for the first time! And maybe even some free-motion (gasp!), which has daunted me so far.

Judy Blinkenberg said...

I would love to have the thread. I have never tried the thread for my bobbin. My bobbins are large for the Bernina 820 so it would be wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win.

Kim said...

Wow--love that donut of bobbins--it makes me happy--and with half the calories! LOL

Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary said...

I'm hoping to make a couple of spring-inspired tablerunners. It seems like most of my runners are fall and winter themed.

Dianne Giles said...

I'm working on my very first Shnibbles quilt - Picnic. Thanks for the chance, Dianne

Lisa E said...

I'm currently binding my daughter's twin-sized quilt. For my next project, I'd like to make a quilt for my other daughter. Hopefully, she'll help me make it!

Stardancer51 said...

I would love to try this for my on the go hand sewing projects. It looks like I could have many colors at hand in one little ring.

Patty said...

Let's see... I'd like to finish my Dr,Seuss quilt, and of course there's the farmer's wife quilt I'm working on and then there's a few other WIPS just waiting to be finished. Thanks for the chance.

Jennie said...

I'd like to get some Christmas sewing done (nuts, I know, but I don't like eleventh hour sewing!).

VickiT said...

Oh gosh, I have a list of things I would like to get done for Spring. At the very top of that list is to make quilts for my most recent Grandchildren; I have a Grandson who is about 6 months old and now an adorable Granddaughter who is 2 1/2 weeks old. And for her too I have a few dresses to make as well as baby stuff like bibs, burp cloths etc.

Then I need to get started on a quilt that I would love to have completed before Father's Day for my husband. I have had the fabric for 2 yrs now and with some help from a couple of quilters in the blog world and Amanda Murphy for creating three perfect quilt patterns that will work with this fabric, I am finally able to get going. I was very new to quilting when I bought this fabric and had NO idea that in buying these all with large prints that I'd have a tough time picking the perfect pattern for them. Thankfully Amanda has written three perfect patterns for large prints that I can choose from.

Yea, for a new-ish quilter, I have an awfully long list of 'to do's' already. LOL

quilterbell said...

This spring I would love to start sewing clothes for my daughter!, That will be a challenge!!!!. Thank you for the chance.

Fan4may said...

A quilt for my husband who has been waiting patiently. Fan4may at aol dot com

Julie said...

I am going to make a spring table runner. Thanks for the giveaway.

Barb said...

I need to finish a spring handbag. It has been sitting for four months.

Judy said...

I'm working on an art quilt of a swan and would love to try this thread.

lindaroo said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I'd like to try a pyramid quilt- lots of triangles!

Lynnette Siegle said...

I would like to make a spring table runner. I too, never seem to make anything less than queen size (and sometimes two at a time :) I am also finishing 9 quilts for the husband of a friend who passed away.

sleepycathollow said...

I have a few projects lined up...the ever present batik grandma's flower garden (english paper piecing), a small hexie wall hanging using Flora, a Nevada quilt that someone had requested, and I'm also going to try a few projects from the Zakka Style book. :)

Thank you for the chance to win!

deshacrafts said...

I always seem to make fall/christmas items. I would like to do some spring ones for a change. A table runner would be a good start!

LJ said...

Superior Thread is wonderful. I'd love some more of their products.

robin said...

Need to finish a couple projects this spring!

Helen L said...

Perfect color for piecing!! I have their topstitch and it is good!!

Rita said...

I will be working on some small quilts from Jo Morton's Little Women's Club this spring. I have been using Masterpiece in my piecing for a few years now and just LOVE it!

Deb said...

My Mom's boss is having a baby in April and I've been asked to make a quilt. How fun!! This thread sure would be lovely - thanks for the chance!

allyn said...

I am looking forward to working on the Quiltmaker's Garden quilt from the cover of Quiltmaker magazine.

nlcalendar said...

Love those colours. I am making a floral quilt and several of those colours would come in handy for piecing it. Thanks for the giveaway.

Longvacation said...

I'd like to work on a quilt for myself this spring. I've been busy making quilts for everyone else and haven't had the chance.
Thanks for this opportunity.

JustPam said...

I am working on a wedding quilt when I have time. I have not made as much progress as I would like to. The wedding is in May.

Penny from S.C. said...

I'd like to finally "Finish" a WIP. Thanks!

Margaret said...

I would like to make a Quilt of Valor quilt this spring to donate. I am not very experienced and am afraid that it would nto be good enough.

Barb said...

I have a lavender and white ufo that I want to finish. I think it will be the perfect spring lap quilt, and on those warmer spring days...pretty on the back of the couch :)

Louisa said...

I love those bobbins too!

My Old Quilting Soul said...

I'm making a string quilt for my dad and I'm going to begin a Turkey wall hanging this spring since it will more than likely take me until Thanksgiving to finish :)

Becky M said...

I want to make some real progress on the wall hanging for my daughters room!

Swedish Scrapper said...

I'd like to finish a tumbler or large hexie quilt with the luscious yellows Kaffe Fassets I got ahold of :)

james and bess said...

i'd love to make myself a new church tote. :)

bess

Rhonda D. said...

I am planning a mini quilt using my lil twister ruler. It will be
scrappy, using 1930s repro fabric.
Thanks for the chance to win!!

alex said...

I have been trying to finish 2 unfinished quilts for every new one I start. I would like to start on a dresden plate quilt but first I have to finish 2 more quilts.

Outside inspiration said...

I'd like to work on woodland theme quilt with lots of fussy cuts for spring!

alex said...

I have been trying to finish 2 unfinished quilts for every new one I start. I would like to start on a dresden plate quilt but first I have to finish 2 more quilts.

linda said...

i have some charm squares to make into a quilt and would love to try some different thread !!

Sherill said...

I will be making an applique flower wall hanging for SPRING!
Great giveaway!

Wivi said...

I'd love to win those.

Connie said...

I would love to try that thread on my Blogger BOM that I am working on! Thanks for a great giveaway!

Aliceart said...

I'm starting to feel like the odd man out because I had never heard of this thread. I'd love to try it, and this might be the perfect chance! Thank you.

SoSarahSews said...

I need to find something I want to make for my table. It's a mess!

Lori said...

I'm finishing my "Row Robin" row, for an exchange and a set of placemats for a gift.

Linda said...

My spring projectS are to free-motion quilt several quilt tops that are ready for finishing. How fun it would be to try a Superior thread on one of them. Thanks very much for the chance to win!

Amorette said...

i've never tried that thread for piecing either- let us know how it goes!
i want to make a pinafore for my niece, just looking for the perfect pattern.

pinsandneedles said...

Oh boy...there are so many projects I'd like to work on this Spring. Two definite projects are baby quilts that will be gifted in the summer ~ one June & one July! Thanks for a chance!

Nicole said...

I would LOVE to win this. My supply of bobbins and thread is pretty pathetic, seeing how I blog about sewing and quilting. I'm going to try putting together a spring table topper pretty soon, this would definitely some in handy!

kulazzv said...

I have never used these threads before but they must be good if you are using them.I would love to try them because there are lots of project I want to do.Love to quilt!

Michele said...

I've never tried these threads. I usually use the same kind and I don't give it much thought. I'll have to look into these :-) I'd like to quilt some of my Schnibble tops for Spring!

Linda said...

I'd like to make a couple of small table quilts! I just finished one for Valentine's day, and it was so satisfying to finish a project in three days!!

ytsmom said...

An Easter egg table runner

brooke said...

Eli's Wheels from Moda Bake Shop is next on teh list...using Ruby!!!

brookeali(at)hotmail.com

NancyL said...

I'll be starting a baby quilt for my new granddaughter (due in May) at a quilt retreat next weekend. I really need to get started so it will be done in time!

iluvmybugs said...

I just pulled out a cute runner kit that I'm planning on starting. Thanks for the chance!
~Terry~

Sonya said...

I am going to try applique and a dresden plate block! I love hand work! Please include me in your thread giveaway!

sonya_59457@yahoo.com

Phyllis said...

I have a tote bag all laid out with charm squares..just need to sew them together.

Catskill Quilter said...

I am half way through making a new bed quilt for our bed -- all Kaffe Fassett fabrics and so cheery!

PJ said...

I'd like to use in my charm quilts. Thanks for the giveaway.

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