Keep Sewing Along… You Just Might Win This!

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This week I thought I’d unveil the Grand Prize basket of excitement, which will be awarded to ONE Sew-Along participant, following our Big Reveal….Goodies were donated by our participating designers, along with our friends at Martingale and Misty Fuse!

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Oooohhh, right?  There might even be an item or two that didn’t make the photo, so be sure to comment in the final week for your chance to win it all!  We hope you’ve been keeping up week-by-week,including WEEK 7 by Mary Ellen Robison of Red Crinoline Quilts, and WEEK 8 by Dolores Smith of Homestead Hearth.  Both are shown below.

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Block 7 by Mary Ellen Robison / Red Crinoline Quilts

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WEEK 8 by Dolores Smith / Homestead Hearth

And stay tuned for the final block (designed by me!) this Friday, September 26, as well as the Big Reveal on October 3!  Keep stitching! — lisa

49 thoughts on “Keep Sewing Along… You Just Might Win This!

  1. I say ditto to all the positive comments that have been posted. Great project, great fabrics, great blocks and great instructions. Thank you to all the Marcus designers for a lovely project!

  2. I’ve been loving collecting the blocks – I’ve been traveling so haven’t started, but I hope to sew the top at a retreat next week – the last clue will be just in time! Hope I win, someone will be very lucky!

  3. Thank you so much for this great project! I am thoroughly enjoying it, and the week-by-week format keeps it interesting without being too burdensome. I hope I am the lucky winner!

  4. Thanks for a chance to win this. I am a notion junky,no really I think I need help?lol one can never have enough sewing stuff! I would love to win !!!!! well THANKS AGAIN FOR SHARING!

  5. I am a huge fan of civil war patterns and reproduction fabrics. Marcus Fabrics does a wonderful job of keeping me supplied!

  6. This would be SEW much fun! These are MY <3 colors! ALL those new patterns should keep me busy all Winter long! Thanks for this opportunity to WIN!!

  7. I have never done anything off of the internet my friend Jeanenne told me what was going on so I decided to join in. I have loved it!!!! I can’t wait till Friday comes so I can do a knew block. I have surprised myself that I can do those beautiful blocks. I can’t wait till the reveal I am so glad I did this. This one is going to be for me!

  8. Wow. I am going to be busy catching up this weekend. I have a sit n sew at my group so I know what I will be doing.
    Great give away

  9. I have to say I am so happy I joined in this Sew Along! Thanks to all who put the time and creativity into making this happen! Did I mention how much I am loving this Sew Along, Lol! Can’t wait to see how it goes together!

  10. What a FULL basket! Looks very nice and the sew along has been so much fun and interesting to follow all the designers! Thanks for the opportunity!

  11. My adult daughter is very ill and living with us. These blocks have been fun and a great stress reliever. I’ve been using Civil War scraps; although I love the Marcus fabrics. Thanks so much for this opportunity!

  12. l am so grateful to Marcus Brothers and all the designers for their time and effort in putting this awesome project together for us. lt is a generous gift to us all, l love the anticipation of the next block! Can’t wait to see the mystery revealed.
    Thank you all again.
    JoAnn

  13. I am loving this quilt and can hardly wait to finish it. It is so beautiful. I wish there were more blocks to sew and it was bigger. I could just keep sewing and sewing, because I love it so much. Thanks for letting us sew along.

  14. I have thoroughly enjoyed this sew-a-long and the updates from all of the designers. I can’t wait to see the final reveal of the quilt!

  15. Oooooh,Christmas just arrived here, fabulous giveaway.I wouldn´t mind to share it with other quilters.Fingers and toes crossed.Thanks for the fun!!

  16. I would so do this again ! Everything has been easy from ordering fabric to printing the block directions to making the beautiful blocks. As I said before this one block a week thing works well for me. It is an attainable goal in a busy life! Thanks! Can’t wait for the finish

  17. All caught up and ready for Friday’s block….Anxious to see what we’ll do with 10 blocks??!! This has been so much fun – looking forward to a new block each week is the BEST!

    Thank you…C

  18. What a terrific grand prize! The whole sew along has been fantastic. Hope you all will do this again. Can’t wait for the big reveal on the 3rd but I will hate to see it end.

    Thanks for making September sewing month so memorable….Nancy

  19. How thoughtful for Marcus Fabrics to organize this fun adventure…not to mention the beautiful blocks designed and shared by all! The idea of learning about “Friends and Companions” gives this project a special twist as you read about what projects others are working on, what’s happening in other areas of the country and continue to connect with others through this invisible thread we call the internet.

    Thank you for the free patterns and the beautiful basket of goodies for a lucky winner!

  20. I have not been able to start the blocks yet. I been sitting with a very sick granddaughter in PICU in Austin Texas for almost 4 weeks. I have been keeping up each week when the new block is posted . This is going to be lovely quilt. I really love civil war reproduction fabric! Can’t wait to get started making the blocks.

  21. This has been so much fun seeing everyone’s version of these blocks. Wow, some are even doing them in two color ways. That gift basket is awesome. Someone is going to be a very lucky quilter!!

  22. Love to see the progress on this, and all the interesting color choices. I’m saving all the block instructions for a later date since I’m working on a project with a deadline right now (baby’s coming!). I’d love to be eligible for the prize package, though.

  23. These blocks have been fun to make. I am anxious to see the setting for them. Thanks for all of the hard work that goes into a sew-a-long.