Monday, May 23, 2011

Giveaway Day - Yay!

I've been worried. For the first little while after having Grace I not only had no time to quilt, but I have to admit I really didn't have the desire to quilt. I was getting a little nervous that maybe my quilting days were over.... that I was no longer obsessed with it. But I needn't have worried! When a little pile of Umbrella Prints fabrics arrived on my doorstep, an idea for a fun, quick baby quilt popped into my head, and I just had to get it out there. So I strapped Grace in the Hug-a-Bub and whipped this up in a few hours.


I absolutely adore these fabrics by Australian designers, Amy and Carly. It's their first collection of quilting weight fabric, and I'm in love with all of them, but particularly that shade of blue! They drape beautifully and feel wonderful. I love them against a sea of white. Hopefully they'll be available soon (I'm waiting on some for the back).


I've taken lots of step by step photos so I can write up the pattern (eventually!)


I'm giving away 10" each of these three (yet to be released) prints...


as well as two of my quilt patterns (I'll also send you the pattern for the above design as well when its done).


So, how to enter - here's the fun part... I used to have a calendar of "Extreme Ironing". It was hilarious. There were people ironing on mountains, cars, tightropes etc. So that got me thinking about "Extreme Quilting"! Here's some pics of me attempting extrem(ish) quilting (hubby said "wow, you're extreme" when saw these).

Oh yeah, I'm so cool - not!

I've finally found a place to quilt where the kids can't get me!
But ofcourse that doesn't last for long
To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment for an idea for extreme quilting (it can be really extreme - like on Mt Everest - or not quite so - like while applying makeup)! Giveaway closes 25th May, and I'll post internationally.

Enjoy the rest of the giveaways going on for Sew, Mama, Sew! giveaway day. Good luck! Giveaway closed - thanks!

By the way, if you like Flea Market Fancy you wont want to miss this.

573 comments:

  1. Love the fabric. Just being able to finish a quilt is extreme for me.

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  2. The most extreme quilting I can think of doing is when in labor to birth! I took a small doll quilt with me to the hospital to work on while I was in labor, but it was too painful so I didn't work on it then. And then after I gave birth I slept all day because of the pain meds I was on.

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  3. Too funny! My real-life experience of extreme quilting is very often when my cat lies behind my machine and flicks his tail in and around the presser foot. I have to physically hold his tail back with one hand and quilt with the other. I feel like I'm always on the verge of quilting a tiger cat tail into the quilt :-)

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  4. Quilting with 3 toddlers a foot... now that is extreme...

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  5. This morning I felt a bit like I was doing some "extreme embroidery"; I was sitting on a porch swing while wearing an empty ice cream bucket as a hat (courtesy of my almost-two-year-old who thought mama's hat was the most hilarious thing ever). So I supposed I nominate "on a swing wearing a bucket as a hat" for extreme quilting ;)

    mamanadroit (at) gmail (dot) com

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  6. I'd love to bring my machine and set it up at the picnic table camping this Summer ~ hubby can take of the kids while I quilt, right? Better make sure we get a site with power . . .
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. Quilting while riding in a convertible cadillac driven by Elvis!!

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  8. How about while bungee jumping? ;D

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  9. Hmm,..why not try the roof! :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Trendymeg@msn.com

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  10. would have to be extreme quilting while on a wonky donkey :o)

    I <3 charm bracelets

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  11. Quilting while parachuting. :)

    rebeccajweber(at)gmail(dot)com

    I love the fabric!

    rebeccajweber(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. Great fabric! Extreme quilting is definitely when toddlers try to help.

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  13. I haven't done too much extreme quilting myself-- but I'm guilty of quilting at work. eek!
    ~robin
    welchrobin@Hotmail.com

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  14. quilting while walking around with a baby in a sling! I haven't actually done this, but I have knitted this way. It kinda worked...
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. Extreme quilting - piecing while skydiving! Will give a whole new meaning to random piecing.

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  16. Underwater quilting! I guess you'd want to use laminates? Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  17. You can quilt while riding a horse!

    jessica (at) homfamily (dot) com

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  18. These fabrics are fantastic. How about quilting while driving. That sounds extreme (and probably dangerous!) to me!

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  19. i would vote for while cooking spaghetti! it could be very messy...unless your fabric is red!

    asdrexler at gmail dot com

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  20. Extreme Quilting...neat idea. You could try quilting while on horseback roundin' up cattle. You could try quilting lying in a pool on a floating cushion. But I can see you've already tried the most extreme quilting there is...quilting with kids around. 4mrsgaskell{AT}gmail{DOT}com

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  21. The most extreme quilting I have done is fighting the cat for my quilt while I was quilting on the longarm.

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  22. Love the fabric Umbrella Prints and your new quilt. Funny extreme quilting picture, the only time I had when the kids were small, (Bathroom and late at night) Extreme idea, maybe hang the kids from the tree (Safe), they would love it and you sit underneath watching them.

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  23. Extreme quilting - on horseback! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  24. Hysterical! How about quilting while waterskiing? ;)

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  25. My first thought was while driving, but that is just dangerous...Maybe while in labor...that would be extreme (well I always had epi, so)!!

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  26. extreme quilting...how about while in labor?

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  27. Quilting while parahuting! I'm now a follower! montse.perez.bo (at) terra.es

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  28. On a mountain top! At night by a campfire! At the zoo? umm.... hm...

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  29. Lovely quilt, I like the soft colors. Extreme quilting? How about while taking a shower?

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  30. Extreme quilting is taking my machine in my fifth weel camping with my hubby and 4 kids. At least my hubby says it is extreme!

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  31. While riding a horse. While snowmobiling. On the toilet? :-)

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  32. How about quilting when canoe and backpacking in the Boundary Waters. Carry in pieces, carry out a quilt!

    ramona_murray at comcast dot net

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  33. How about quilting by the swimming pool in your bathing suit and just taking a dip when you get too hot!!

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  34. I can almost picture hand quilting underwater in scuba gear... but perhaps I'll just stick with quilting while being jumped on by cats and kids :)

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  35. Darn. Lindsay Conner beat me to my first idea - quilting on a plane. Hmm - how about on camelback. ^_-

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  36. Extreme quilting, hmm maybe on the back of a trailer driving down the highway, that'd be pretty wild :)

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  37. I think extreme quilting would be in my tiny little pop up! gougeonathome@charter.net (Allison)

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  38. How about quilting while in labor--it could be a good distraction. :) The fabrics are beautiful. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  39. I'm swwooonnning! Love those umbrellas! And the first thing that popped into my head when I tried to think of extreme quilting was to quilt at the tractor races! You know, like in that movie The Prince and I? Kinda funny.

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  40. Hmm extreme quilitng... for me it is when I am pressed for time and everything involves quilting - waiting for the dryer to finish, while supper cooks, prep time at school, ANYWHERE AND you dream about the quilt when you aren't quilting lol

    thanks for the chance to win

    andi
    andreajoyful@hotmail.com

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  41. LOL @ extreme quilting!!

    I'd totally lol @ someone quilting on the john or totally at the top of a McDonald's play-place! ha!

    Thank you for such a great giveaway and the chance to win!!
    krencamp(at)gmail(dot)com

    xo
    Karen

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  42. Hmm. Quilting while biking would be pretty extreme...

    eternal.alchemy[at]gmail[dot]com

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  43. how about quilting during a church service? or at a rock concert?

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  44. I quilt during conference calls. Good thing they can't see me.

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  45. love the shower curtain if that is what it is :)
    Extreme quilting while taking a bath or shower???

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  46. well until my sewing room is completed extreme quilting is trying to find a place to quilt in my house!

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  47. Quilting in a hot air balloon. Maybe it would be inspirational too! Thanks for the chance.

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  48. Ive seen those extreme ironing pictures lol !! Loved the bike formations ironing team on a racetrack!!
    Okay how about quilting whilst stood, strapped on top of the wings of a biplane, in 'barnstorming' flight?
    (glad its not me tho !)

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  49. BAHHHHhahahaha ... I had a good laugh when I saw them. Kinda reminded me of awkward family photos.
    I would say that quilting while giving birth would be pretty extreme :)

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  50. if i could quilt while sleeping i could get so much more done. . .

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  51. Extreme quilting: Coffee in one hand, white quilt in the other!!! ;) lol!

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  52. Let's see, how about quilting while parasailing?!

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  53. quilting while juggling kittens - okay I'm only kidding

    quilting while working out

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  54. I'm a runner, so I think quilting while running sounds pretty extreme!

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  55. What about hand quilting on an international flight with small children in tow? Oh wait, you probably couldn't get the needle and scissors on board, could you? LOL, oh well, there goes my idea.

    Thanks for the chance!
    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  56. LOL! I love your "extreme" pics! I think any type of quilting would be an extreme activity for me since I am completely new to it. For a Pro like yourself however, I imagine doing it while downhill skiing would be pretty hardcore! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  57. So, my immediate thought was quilting while bungee jumping. Can you even do that? I don't think I would want to try but it sure would be extreme!

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  58. How about quilting in a canoe? I haven't done it, but it would be interesting!

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  59. I love your extreme quilting photos! They had me cracking up! My version of extreme quilting would be at a car show, or maybe while passenging a round at the Indy racetrack.

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  60. Extreme quilting...quilting while nursing a baby (hey, it feels extreme at the time!).

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  61. How about while riding on the back of a motorcycle.......I have actually done this...it gets boring back there after a few 100 miles. Thanks for the giveawy....great question by the way

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  62. I love your work! And this post was pretty funny...I might have to try that tree thing to get a break from the kids! Maybe not so extreme, but I have put bindings on in the car. Thanks for the chance for this beautiful fabric and patterns (I LOVE your patterns!)

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  63. How about quilting while whale watching....I don't see any whales..do you?
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Paulette

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  64. Ha! Extreme quilting, lolz! On a roller coaster or bumper cars at six flags! Woooo!!!

    Thanks for the chance to win. Those prints are adorable!

    razberiswrl@gmail.com

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  65. How about in the bath!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  66. I don't know about extreme quilting, but I have a friend who would cross-stitch at the local pool.

    anna [at] 64colorbox [dot] com

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  67. Hmm, how about while flying a plane? Next time the air show comes to town (if they do or not, I have no clue), get a picture in a old Bi-plane cockpit, better yet, hop up on a wing...it's ok, no one will notice you, they'll be too busy looking to see what fabric line you're using in your quilt :)

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  68. Great fabrics, wow! Extreme quilting would be any time I let my husband watch the kids while I go into my crafting room. After I come out, though, it goes from Extreme to "the Exorcist".

    cwonitoy(at)shaw(dot)ca

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  69. Could you quilt while scuba diving? Haha. Thanks for your generous giveaway.

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  70. Quilting in traffic! I've knit in traffic so certainly I could quilt in traffic as well!

    Thanks for a chance to win! :)

    eleanor(at)unfamiliarceiling(dot)com

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  71. extreme quilting---hmmm...maybe quilting while having a light sabre battle with a six year old boy?

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  72. How about quilting while drinking wine? That sounds dangerous to me :)

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  73. Extreme quilting...well I was thinking today that I wish they had a portable sewing machine so that I could sew on my quilts in the car on the way to San Diego!!! 12 hour car ride and think of how much quilting I could get done!!!!

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  74. How about quilting in class of 24 high school boys and girls? The majority did great with the quillows.

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  75. How about quilting on skiing down a hill?

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  76. While driving, anything, a remote control car, an car, a airplane, riding a bike. You get the idea. Pick me.

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  77. Extreme quilting. . . well you have to be on ski attempting to do the famous dinner roll move! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  78. ok - how about quilting on the el train in chicago, or quilting on a roller coaster, or ferris wheel, or while skiing?

    obviously not safe or serious, but it would be funny for a picture, yeah?

    thanks so much for the chance to win!!!!!!!

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  79. Ok, odd question, can you quilt while swimming?

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  80. quilting on a nyc train..thanks for the super giveaway!!raineoc@yahoo.com

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  81. Maybe in the bath, with bubbles and candles. Great giveaway. karraschfarm(at)bigpond(dot)com

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  82. Riding the Matterhorn at Disneyland, it's sooooo jerky :) That would be extreme, and fun :) Thanks for the chance!

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  83. Thanks for the giveaway - and I'm glad I found your blog! Your quilts are gorgeous. I consider quilting with my two year old on my lap while bouncing the baby in his bouncy seat to be pretty extreme.

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  84. Quilting while trying not to disturb my kitties (they need their sleep!) - mangelnsm(at)aol(dot)com

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  85. i recently found a machine at a thrift that had been converted to be used in an RV... i was thinking if i could find someone else to drive my car, i could quilt in my camper during roadtrips! i guess that's not super extreme, but it's probably not a good idea either!

    the fabrics are so lovely, and i LOVE the baby quilt! thank you so much for the chance to win!

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  86. Hmmmm, how about quilting while zip-lining or water skiing?

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  87. I've quilted (actually just sewed binding) while I was attached to one of those monitors that check fetus heart rate and stuff.
    I love your quilt top - I actually think it would look perfect as a curtain in a nursery!

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  88. haha - love the humor - and wow you can skateboard?! ok...extreme quilting how about cliff diving or when delivering a baby? a few hours before my 8 month old was born i was working on handstitching butterflies for her quilt. needless to say, those stitches were not the neatest.
    ssasahara(at)aol(dot)com...just in case

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  89. LOL - love the pics! How about quilting while playing soccer with your kids? Now that would be extreme! :)

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  90. Love the fabrics. What about as a passenger in a racing car - don't recommend doing it while driving.

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  91. well, my daughter quilted as she rode cross country. Guess the son in law did the driving! You could give that a try.

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  92. How about quilting while sky diving? Would you even have time to put needle to fabric? otherwise, how about quilting while horseback riding? Your quilt is beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabric!

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  93. How about quilting while sunbathing on the beach! ugg,messy sand!

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  94. Upside down quilting? I would sure be impressed.
    delainaj36(at)gmail(dot)com

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  95. Quilting on the playground: going down slides, swinging on swings, hanging upside down on the monkey bars!

    Want more extreme? Skydiving! ^_^

    maerillem at gmail dot com

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  96. Very pretty fabrics! Love the quilt you made, it's so summery and light!
    Quilting when cats are around counts as extreme in my house. Our cat will go after any little bit of thread or scrap of fabric with claws fully out! Ouch!
    Please count me in and thanks for the chance to win :-)

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  97. Quilting while washing your dog! :D Thanks for the giveaway!

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  98. How about quilting during childbirth? That seems pretty dangerous to me! :)
    thanks for the giveaway!

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  99. not quite practical but quilting while scuba diving

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  100. That's hilarious! My thought would be quilting while snowboarding - especially difficult with mitts on :) Thank you for the chance at you pretty giveaway!

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  101. The most extreme would have to be quilting while swimming. It would take great skill not to destroy the quilt or drag yourself to the bottom of the pool in the process. Now that's extreme!

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  102. In a commerical with Mr Old Spice.

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  103. What fun, I love the idea of Extreme Quilting. I would say that quilting on the water, kayak, canoe, paddle boat.

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  104. I guess my extreme quilting right now would be while nursing ;)

    I see that you recently welcomed a beautiful new baby girl! Congratulations :)

    I also just had a baby girl (April 28th) (to make 3 girls in our family) and am wondering when I will quilt again :) I'm glad to see I'm not alone!

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  105. quilting on top of a bike :-P

    i lovw your blog and your candy

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  106. Well, I am from Colorado, and we are sort of known for having great Hot Springs up in the mountains, so what if you did extreme knitting while IN a hot spring!!!! That would take some creative working, to not get your quilt soaking! haha, what a fun idea! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  107. Extreme quilting, heehee!!! OK ... how about quilting while getting a filling in the dentist's chair :D Thanks for a sweet giveaway!

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  108. I would say while driving, but that sounds dangerous! LOL

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  109. Underwater quilting perhaps?? How exactly would that work?! :) thanks for the giveaway. leahclaireh(at)gmail(dot)com

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  110. I have "extreme quilted" in a coffee shop. Blows peoples minds, and it's funny to me. Thanks for the giveaway!

    robyn.geddes(at)gmail.com

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  111. How about quilting on an amusement park ride? Like a roller coaster!

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  112. I'm thinking quilting while skiing or quilting while boating!

    catherine(dot)alley(at)gmail(dot)com

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  113. What about quilting while mountain biking? That would be hard!

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  114. Quilting in the tractor while the GPS guides the machine in a straight line across the field...

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  115. how about as part of a cirque-de-soleil show? It's actually feasible that it might happen! I love those shows!
    no? how about waiting at the dentist's office ("hey, it's what I do instead of filing my nails") or as part of surgical prep ("just in case I don't make it back this last seam has got to be ironed!")?
    good luck & thanks for the giveaway!

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  116. Scuba diving while quilting! Or quilting on the moon :D Adorable fabric, thanks for the chance to win!

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  117. wow, great giveaway!! thanks!
    quilting while......sleeping??dreaming???
    count me in please :)

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  118. Extreme quilting huh? How about quilting while rafting? fun and dangerous! Thanks for the chance to win!
    okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

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  119. Lovely fabric. Thanks so much for the chance to win! How about quilting while surfing?

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  120. How about Quilting while Parasailing ~ the quilt wouldn't get wet up in the air, but just think of the scenery while quilting up there... :)
    Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

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  121. I got a picture of someone in one of the motorcycle side cars, zooming along the highway, quilting!

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  122. While drinking whiskey! That's my favorite.

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  123. Love the fabrics! Extreme quilting: while sitting in traffic!

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  124. I haven't done any extreme quilting...yet. Your children are adorable!

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  125. extreme quilting...i think it would be extreme to quilt on a boat.

    thanks for the chance to win!

    Ly

    lyannab(at)gmail(dot)com

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  126. How about while playing a sport? A few stitches during a water break in basketball. Quilting while standing in the outfield. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  127. I love the sitting in a tree one. How about sitting on a cliff? Picture taken from below?

    reneelasater(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  128. Under the desk at work hoping you dont get caught by the boss!

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  129. riding an alpaca-we have 4-i haven't tried it...yet ;)

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  130. Bahahahaha! Extreme quilting, what a riot! It brings to mind some of the stunts the goons from Jack @ss would do like set the quilt or sewing machine on fire while you quilt!

    Have a great time with the give-away and thanks for giving us all a chance to win your fabulous fabrics!

    Tabatha
    sewsister (at) rocketmail (dot) com

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  131. This could become a new sport. Extreme quilting while riding a bike or extreme quilting while mowing the lawn

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  132. Quilting while running a marathon! That's extreme. thanks for the great giveaway!

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  133. Love your extreme quilting ideas!! I would have to quilt whilst driving if I was Extreme. I seem to drive All The Time! Fortunately I am not so extreme as that! Thank you!

    Meg

    3rdmargaret@gmail.com

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  134. How cute...what a lovely giveaway.

    How about Quilting on the Subway. =)

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  135. the fact that you get any time to sew while the kids are home is exterme enough for me...
    thank you for the giveaway.
    :)
    katz.gali@gmail.com

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  136. How about heli-quilting? That would be pretty extreme...

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  137. I love that blue fabric. Quilting while dodging thunderstorms. Or watching for tornadoes. Ack.

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  138. Why don't you combine extreme quilting with extreme planking! That would be fun!

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  139. in the bathtub.
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway.
    sforslund at yahoo dot com

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  140. How about quilting and skydiving! Great giveaway

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  141. while playing drums! katierosek@yahoo.com

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  142. Awesome giveaway, Kate, and your photos are hilarious!!! Hmm, extreme quilting -- howabout quilting while starting a campfire -- no singeing the fabric! :)

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  143. I think quilting while rock climbing would be pretty extreme. Luckily the harness would be a good place to tuck things while you're climbing, and then you could just hang and quilt for a bit.

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  144. How about quilting while driving? Please don't try it, but I see people doing all kinds of things while they drive! This is a lovely giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

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  145. Quilting while cooking dinner!

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  146. I love your extreme quilting idea. How about quilting on the potty.

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  147. How about extream quilting on cats fighting over the thread! LOL

    Thanks!
    Erin

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  148. Extreme quilting... on a roller coaster! Not sure how you'd pull it off, but maybe if it was a tamer coaster :)

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  149. Extreme quilting...on roller blades! Thanks!

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  150. Extreme quilting- does taking 5 yrs and at least 5 moves to finish a quilt count?

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  151. How about quilting while being the passenger on a dog sled....maybe during the Iditarod...lol! Thanks for the chance!

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  152. How about in solitary confinement? With having kids running around at home it may be your most productive quilting ever!

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  153. Hmm ...quilting outside during a snow storm!!

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  154. Fun! Umm, quilting whilst riding a bike? :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  155. Cute idea! HMMM...an extreme quilting idea....what about while in the bathtub...juggling the side of the tub and water...not really extreme just stupid but that's whatpopped in my head! Guess I'm not extreme or creative! I'll stick to being a pattern girl! :) KERIHAG at YAHOO dot COM

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  156. Love the last picture. Looks like my life right now.

    And because I was riding today, how about while riding a bike.

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  157. I'm a swimmer, but I can't imagine quilting in the pool.....but maybe on a floatie in the pool??? Fun idea! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  158. lol! Extreme quilting is hilarious! Some very extreme quilting just popped into my mind! While scubadiving! Extreme and impossible?

    Lovely fabrics, congrats!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  161. EXTREME QUILTING: while giving birth... that would be impressive!

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  162. Ohhh...QuiltiNg whiLe RidinG the ConeY IslanD rolllller Coaster... hmmm..oh, that sounds so easy peasy! :) Thanks for chance at your fabulous giveaway!

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  163. Perhaps... quilting while surfing... or would that be counter productive? lol It would definitely be extreme!

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  164. While riding on the back of motorcycle

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  165. How about underwater quilting?

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  166. Very cute idea! How about- quilting while snowboarding down hill in a blizzard?

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  167. PLEASE, OH PLEASE MAKE A PATTERN SOON! I am in love with your quilt, I NEED it badly! :) I will be checking back every day... (no pressure!) :) Love it!

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  168. The most extreme place I quilted was on my porch. That tree limb looks like a great spot too.

    thanks
    cathy

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