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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Quiler's Blog Hop Give Away Giving Thanks Version

The Give Away is officially closed the Winner is EmilyC.  Thanks to everyone who stopped by during the blog hop!  


Yes.  It is that time again.  Misha is hosting the Quilter's Blog Hop Give Away over at Quilting Gallery.

I am going to be giving away a custom quilt label.  I have several different designs available in my etsy shop but I will work with you to get the colors, wording, size and style perfect for your project. 






Your label will be machine embroidered on quality white quilters cotton.  The thread is colorfast.  It will have a border large enough for you to turn and applique or to piece into your quilt.

All you have to do is answer this question in the comments.  What information do you put on your quilt label.

All the best!  Be sure to check out Quilt Gallery for many other amazing give aways!

The details:  The Give Away is open from November 21 until Sunday December 1 at 5 pm CST.  I will pick a winner using a random number generator and contact the winner by email.  Please be sure to leave an email address if you are a no reply blogger.  

You should seriously check out the patterns available at Quilting Gallery.  The Aiming For Accuracy one is stunning. 

74 comments:

  1. Hello fellow St. Louisan! I'm not very familiar with quilt labels. I guess I'd say something about it being made by me. Thanks for the giveaway! I added it to my weekly link up.

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  2. What a cool thing to give away! These labels are gorgeous! :)

    I have a rather small label myself and it includes my name and email address.
    I've seen really nice, big labels though, that some quilters design especially for that one project they're putting them on and I think that's such a great idea.

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  3. Oh, gosh, I just hate to put labels on quilts because the label I make are not so creative! Yours are just great!! I usually try to put the date (start and end), the title of the quilt and my signature. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  4. When I add a quilt label I like to include, my name, year, who it was made for, where I was living at the time, and the pattern/name of the quilt.

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  5. What a lovely giveaway!

    For my labels, I usually include my name, the date, the name of the project and who it was made for if it's a gift. If it's something I'm selling or showing, I include my website.

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  6. Awesome giveaway - very unique :) I tend to put my name and wash care directions.

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  7. I usually include my name, town and state, year, and name of the quilt or pattern. It is nice to have custom made labels!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  8. I have always just added who it is for and my name, and the year. I would like to add more but get overwhelmed :)

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  9. Hi! I like to put the date, my name, the quilter's name, the town where the quilt was made (and state), and some instructions about washing the quilt. I sometimes add something about why the quilt was made. Thanks for the chance to win some of your nice labels. Gosh. And come by Prairie Cottage Corner for a visit and a warm cup of something! See you.

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  10. Thanks for the great giveaway! I always put my name and date and then if the quilt was made for someone special I will put their name, and if I make it specifically for a show or challenge I will put that information on as well.

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  11. Great giveaway! Many thanks! I like to put my name, the date and the quilt name on my labels. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  12. I name my quilt, number it, a dedication, my name and where I live, and the date completed. Winning a custom embroidered label would be fantastic.

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  13. Love your blog. Just checking in to say hi. I found it via the Blog-Hop. I will definitely be back. Thank you for hosting the giveaway. Pick me, Pick me. :) LOL!

    Kimee
    http://www.kimeeklutter.com/blog

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  14. I don't have a quilt label yet... hmmm... Probably my name and the date the quilt was made?

    tgallop@mts.net

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  15. I put my name, date, what pattern/designer/technique it is, and washing/care instructions. I'm always tempted to add "this took forever"

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  16. I always try to personalize my labels. Usually the recipients name, date, a special note about why I made the quilt and then add my name.

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  17. Usually I put the date and a special note - depending on who it is for. Add my name and the recipients ! thanks!

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  18. I usually put the recipient's name, the date and maybe the occasion or a little message.

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  19. What a great giveaway! I would like mine to say "Handmade with Love" by Sue.

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  20. name of the quilt, my name, receiving party's name, date, sometiems occasion(birthday, christmas, swap) .... hmm thats all I can think of at the moment

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  21. I name my quilts, say whom they are for, who made it, who quilted it, the date and where it was all done. Sometimes I put a message on to. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. Thank you for a lovely and unique present! I'm not very good with labeling and would love to get one good label! If I manage to make a label, I put the quilt's name, mine and the year. x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. I've only made/finished one quilt, so this would be perfect. I would probably just want my name and the date that it was finished.

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  24. The label use to have the name of the recipient, my name and date.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  25. I usually say Made with Love by "my name" for "the recipients name". I then include the date and location. Great giveaway.

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  26. I guess I should be using quilt labels. I would put the name, date, who's it for and maybe a special note of some kind. But just the name and date would suffice.

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  27. Love this giveaway! I put the name of the quilt, the date (usually year) it was made, who pieced it and who quilted it :) Thanks for the chance!

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  28. great giveaway thanks and I need a label too-lol
    I always put the pattern name if I know it, the person that pieced the quilt, the person that quilted the quilt, and who the quilt was made for and the date
    thanks for the chance Kathy

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  29. Lovely labels. I would want my name, 2013-2014 and Hand Quilted "Sweet Pea" Variation. I take my time so this one will not be done for a few months.

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  30. I love finding Missouri blogs - we're neighbors since I live in Arkansas. I always put my name, the date, who the quilt is going to and the occasion. blessings, marlene

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  31. I don't have a label and this would be so great. I would like the name of the quilt, date made, recipient, and my name and area where I live. Thanks for the chance to win. Jackie

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  32. Wow! That is a unique question. I always put the quilt name, my name, pattern name, pattern designer, date, and usually a Bible verse. (We all need some uplifting.) svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  33. I don't label my quilts, but I know that I should. I would put the recipients name, my name, the date, and the occasion (if applicable)

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  34. What a great giveaway! I put who it's for, my name and the year. Thanks for participating!

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  35. What a great giveaway. I usually just put the date & my name. My labels are not that great. Now that I am making some quilted items for Christmas, I could really use a label. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. I'd just like my name and a place for the date.

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  37. What a great giveaway!
    I add my name, date and recipients name. If it's for a special occasion I add that too!

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  38. I put my name, address, email address and phone number as I exhibit. The name of the quilt on the top, the date finished, and the size of the quilt. Sometimes the materials used.
    Thanks, these are really interesting.
    LeeAnna Paylor leeannaquilts@gmail.com

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  39. I put who the quilt is to, my name and the date. Usually add "With Love", just in case the recipient forgets that, ha ha.

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  40. I always put my name for the quilt, the pattern if it's someone else's, the person I made it for and the occasion and my name, date, and city and state. After all, you never know which of your quilts might survive for generations! pbstrand@msn.com. Thanks for hosting!

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  41. I don´t label but I 'd like my name,date and a message . Thanks for the giveaway.

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  42. Labelling is so important. mine include: to whom is receiving it, date, place and my name and if there was a special occasion. I need to get my great grandmothers labelled. Maybe that will be my winter project.

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  43. I label my quilts but it is not pretty, just informative! I guess I would just say This quilt comes with a forever hug! Thanks for the give away! midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  44. My quilt labels have the quilt name, date, my name, city and state. Sometimes I tell the quilt owner and the quilter.

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  45. I usually label the quilt with the year or date, and the name of the intended party and then my name. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. I hand embroider my labels putting who the item is for, from me and the date. Sometimes I put Happy Borthday etc if it applies.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  47. I put my name, date, and Made with Love for....

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  48. I put my name, date completed, my address, and website. If it is made for a special occasion (wedding, birthday, anniversary) I include a TO:

    I think this is a great give away.

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  49. I usually put the quilt's name, the month and year, and my name. Thanks!

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  50. What I put depends on the quilt....always name, date and pattern. I'm working on a special quilt for my soon to be Eagle Scout. I've been thinking of what special to put on that one. This is the son that pulled his quilt (my second ever) of ft hew all and brought it to me after watching an antique road show and hearing quilts with labels are worth more. It was a flag and done before I knew about labels. Mind you it was hung with straight pins and not fun to find all the pins in the carpet. Since then all my quilts get a label lol

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  51. My labels are made in accordance with the quilt and who it is made for. thanks for a chance to win

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  52. When I make my first quilt I would like to put on the date, who it is made for, made lovingly by Rae (me), maybe washing instructions.....I actually have no idea, have not thought about it much. Love your labels though.
    Rae (nrhaller@aol.com)

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  53. I usually put the Quilt name, recipients name, date, and my name. Thanks for a great giveaway

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  54. I have never put labels on a quilt - but yours are so nice! I would put my name and the date I finished the quilt.

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  55. I put the name of the quilt on the label along with my name and month/year it was completed.

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  56. I often label my quilts by doing free motion writing in one of the borders. Since there is so much room in a border l may put all kinds of messages in it. I think it is important to have at least For so-and-so and From me and a date.

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  57. Er.... I have never labelled a quilt.... I know that is not helpful, but as a beginner, my completed projects ( I thought) weren't something to label....
    I understand that it makes sense to label them... so promise to do so from here on in....Live and learn...
    Barmo

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  58. I like to put as much info on my label as I can. But the basics include a title, by..., place, date. If it is a gift I put the recipients name and reason ( birthday, graduation, new baby) sometimes I mention the collection of fabric I have used if I have it. WOW...too much info right?

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  59. I am new to quilting but my last label stated "made with love by grandma" . Like everyones ideas. Is there a Missouri virtual quilting group?

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  60. I usually put the To and from names , the year I made the quilt and if it was for a special event, i add that. Your labels look really cute.

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  61. I like to put the name of the quilt, the year, who for and who from and a pic of my kitty who always helps me.

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  62. Usually my name, the pattern name, the date.

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  63. I'm still a beginning quilter, so I haven't used labels. I like reading the answers to this question!

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  64. Made for?
    From?
    Date?
    My last label was for my grand daughter- I appliquéd an owl on it with the message
    "Owl" Always Love You!

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  65. I like to put the name of the pattern, who pieced it, when it was finished, and maybe who it was for. ll_Gee at hotmail dot com

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  66. I don't always label my quilts. The lucky ones have:
    Who it is for?
    Date completed.
    Made by:
    Quilted by: if I did not quilt it.

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  67. My name! by karrie
    thanks for the chance to win

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  68. I usually put my name and the month and year. I may put the why if it is for a birthdya , gift, or swap etc. I have put a message depending on who its for.

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  69. I usually put a comment on who the quilt is for, my name and date. Thanks so much for sharing

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  70. To, From, Date and Bible Verse appropriate for occasion

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  71. I haven't labeled my quilts but I think it would be a fun thing to do. I'd put my name and date.

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  72. Here is what was on a mug rug label I made for a recent swap:

    2013 Fall Mug Rug Swap
    Made by Nichole A.
    in Whitsett, NC
    for her friend Rachel F.

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  73. I usually put the name of the quilt, who it is for, when finished, made by...,and special occasion if that applies.

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