3.10.2015

Quilting Giveaway!!!

Thank you to all who entered, but this giveaway is now closed. Check back in the future for more chances to win!

It's about time I showed you all how much I appreciate you with a little giveaway! Doesn't that sound like fun?!

I'm going to keep this one short, sweet and simple...

Up for grabs is the chance to win $100 in long arm quilting!!!

There's three easy ways to enter:

1. Leave a comment below telling me what you enjoy on the blog and what you'd like to see more of.

2. Leave a separate comment suggesting a name for my long-arm machine... It needs a title!

3. For a bonus entry tag me @rubybluequilts on Instagram with a picture of your quilt (or the quilt you'd like to make) to send me!

If you are the lucky winner, there isn't a time limit on when I need to receive the quilt (within reason). You could have it completed and waiting, or it could be an idea in your noggin you're still waiting to figure out!

Leave your comments to enter below and share the word with your friends, $100 in quilting can go a long way!

This giveaway will be open until Monday, March 16th, winner will be announced Tuesday the 17th! Good Luck!

44 comments:

  1. I like everything about the blog, but I love seeing pictures of all the quilts you work on.

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  2. Like Leah, although I have not come across anything on your blog I didn't find interesting, I especially love seeing the quilting on your quilts. The only thing I would enjoy seeing more of, is explanations about how you produce the wonderful designs you do.

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  3. I actually have two possible names for your machine--1. Allegra which means "happy". Your quilting reflects such happiness (at least to me); and if your machine has a male persona-"Memphis" because your quilting has that "bluesy, soulful" feel to it.

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  4. I enjoy seeing the quilts you have quilted for customers. Some of them are so detailed and pretty.

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  5. I love to see what you do with the longarm quilting; you always stitch what is appropriate for each quilt. I also enjoy reading about your books and patterns. You are a busy, busy gal!

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  6. I love drooling over pictures of your quilting. You give the quilts life!

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  7. I enjoy seeing your quilting and how you approach a top.

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  8. It is so hard to come up with a name for your longarm...sometimes they have to tell you what their name is!! Mine is named MissTris...sometimes pronounced Mistress, depending on how much of a task master she is being!! If you pull my name, please pull another one since I have my own longarm love!!

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  9. I really love your quilting....would so love to win this! sigh....

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  10. I really love your quilting....would so love to win this! sigh....

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  11. I love seeing your completed quilts - what a beautiful work of art

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  12. This is my first time here! Found you via the Giveaway Roundup. So I'm not sure what you've already shown on your blog to suggest something. but I've enjoyed looking around! Thanks!

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  13. how about Big Blue to go along with your blog name?

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  14. I enjoy everything about your blog but am enthralled with your quilting and seeing how you turn a flat flimsy into a work of art so I'm always glad to see more of your quilting. Rina

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  15. This is to let you know that somebody wants to spread the word about your giveaway because it was added to the giveaway list at The Giveaway Roundup! You can find it listed here: http://www.thegiveawayroundup.com/linkup. Good luck to you and all that enter!

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  16. If your longarm is female I think Amelia as it means industrious and striving. You are always striving for beautiful work and very industrious so I think the name fits well.

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  17. You sew magic into the quilts. You have such an amazing talent and it is so kind of you to share your work with us. I enjoy reading your blog and would love to win this giveaway.

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  18. I ofcourse love what you do to "our" quilts. I feel like we share them with you. I think Queen Bee or Queenie" for short for your machines name. Thank you

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  19. Leaving an extra comment to let you know I tagged you in an Instagram photo of what I'd love to have quilted if I won! Thanks!

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  20. Machine /// Angel Wings...... I sooo look forward to your e-mails to see your Angel Wing doing its magic........

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  21. I love seeing the quilts you look on. Beautiful.

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  22. Remember the song Don't it make my brown eyes blue? Name it blue eyes or baby blue eyes.

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  23. I just learned about your blog in a quilt magazine Fresh Quilts. I am so excited to find your blog! And bonus a giveaway!

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  24. Great blog! Would like to see more modern quilts.

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  25. I just found you today-but going thru some of your blog posts, I like seeing what you are working on! I love seeing quilts in the process & other small projects as well!

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  26. I love seeing how you make the quilting bring out the fabrics and colors in each quilt. Also I like your quilts and intend to buy one of yor books later this year.

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  27. If her name isn't Ruby, then how about Sky Blue Ruby or Ruby Blue? As a child I loved using the crayon called Sky Blue Pink and even today love to see sunsets with sky blue pinks.

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  28. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I really love seeing the customer quilts that you've quilted. It gives me ideas of what I want to do to my own quilts.

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  29. I love to see what you are working on via your blog, and also enjoy checking out the links for other blogs. You recently spoke at our Quilt League and it was so nice to see your quilts in person. Very inspiring.

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  30. I think Ruby would be a great name for your longarm machine, or even Blue (which is what my daughter named her car)! Or Little Miss Scrappy.

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  31. A name for your machine could be The Inchworm (because you quilt designs by the inch).

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  32. I like seeing pictures of customer quilts. They are inspirational.

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  33. I'd name your machine Shirley.

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  34. This is my first time visiting your blog! I always like to see completed quilt projects on other blogs I read.

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  35. I love your tutorials! Quilting, cooking, sewing...is there anything else important in life? :)

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  36. If I had a long-arm machine, I would name her Hazel. That was my dear mom's name and she worked her tail off her entire life. Everything she created was a thing of beauty and filled with love!

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  37. I love the pictures of completed quilts, especially the Glacier Stars!!
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  38. I like the inspiration from your quilt designs. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  39. My suggestion for a name is Ruby-zooby-do. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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    1. I hope my entries are still eligible. It's still the 16th here in California, 9:58pm.

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  40. I am intrigued by long arm quilting, and what it can add to a quilt. I love seeing the quilts you complete. sarah@forrussia.org

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  41. How about Jolene? sarah@forrussia.org

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