Thursday, March 12, 2009

Spiderweb quilt giveaway

Jenny has offered to sponsor a contest on my blog, donating a spiderweb mini quilt that she made to give away to a lucky blog reader.

The color scheme is tan with muted bright colors.
spiderweb quilt in tan

A close-up view:
closeup of spiderweb baby quilt

A detail, that shows the Heather Ross pony fabric on the back as well as a detail of the quilting.
spiderweb quilt, detail of pony back and quilting

You could use it as a baby quilt, or as a wallhanging, or to throw over the back of a chair or sofa.
spiderweb quilt on couch

And it could be yours!

To enter, leave a comment on this post.

To win a second entry, post a link to the giveaway on your blog and leave a comment here with the link to your blog.

The contest will end next Friday, March 20!

58 comments:

Strawberry said...

this quilt is so cute! i just started quilting last year, i'd love to have this as an addition to all the pieces i've collected so far!

cathy gaubert said...

that quilt is beyond belief! and i spy some of my favorite fabrics in it. i "know" your daughter from flickr, and didn't realize that she had a blog. now i am so happy that i have found hers and yours. off to poke around a bit, and then i will be back to add the link when i post to my own blog.
:)

Forsythe said...

I quilt, but I am not sure I would know how to tackle a spider web. I love it ans would be honored to use it to decorate my house.

nettie said...

count me in, i love spiderweb quilts.

Maxine said...

I'll take it. I need a quilt for a babyshower in the very near future.

Amy said...

how beautiful!

Fabric Fanatic said...

It is really lovely and I would be most happy to give it a good home...here, with me.

danielle said...

I follow Jenny's blog. I can't believe this quilt is a giveaway! Gorgeous. Crossing-fingers...

ritacor said...

I also can´t believe this is a give-away quilt!
It´s great, I would love to win it :)

Lynn said...

I came over from Jenny's block, and the quilt is beautiful. A spiderweb quilt is definitely on my to do list!

Jennifreckles said...

Love that quilt! And I could really use a baby quilt :)

audreypawdrey said...

the quilt is gorgeous! I came over from Jenny's blog, too. I would love to win one!

Little Love Things said...

I would love to win this, this quilt is awesome!! I love the pattern and the quilting.

Sara said...

Yes, please, add me to the list of want to be winners! I just love this block!

Linda F said...

Wow! You really have the comments. And what a beautiful quilt!

Lauren said...

This is the most amazing wuilt, I can't believe that anybody would be willing to give it away! Beautiful!

Hermione J. Schwartz said...

If I were to win this gorgeous handmade quilt - would gift it to a life long friend of mine. She is having a baby boy in May and could really use some sweet belongings for him. Times are tough especailly for her. She is working 2 jobs to support her husband and two step-sons. Can you imagine the amount of thoughtfulness and joy that would be bundled up in this quilt? Jenny to you to me to him. What a great way to start life! =]

Natasha said...

Love love love this quilt! I came over from Jenny's blog and would love to be entered.

Hermione J. Schwartz said...

Posted on my blog
http://hermionejschwartz.blogspot.com/

=]

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

ME WANTTYY! I love the muted fabric as the contrast. It is darling. As always Jenny outdoes herself. I haven't seen anything she has made that I didn't just love. I hate foundation piecing. Hate it. So I want this. It really is sweet. I don't know how she could part with it. Yeah I have lots of baby quilts like Jenny but this is fabulous!

bettyninja said...

Hi! Jenny sent me over from her blog. I love this quilt! The back works perfectly!

Rebekah said...

What a great giveaway! This quilt is gorgeous!

sbspurr said...

This is beautiful! I hope it is my lucky day!

Ashley Ann said...

That is so cute!

ikkinlala said...

I'd love to enter if Canadians may.

Amber said...

What a talented duo you both are! The quilt is beautiful!

John said...

What a beautiful quilt!! I would love the chance to win it. I'm glad I found your blog (and I especially love your header!)

Wendy said...

Oh swoon, I so want to win!! If not, this pattern is headed to my to do bin.

Kim said...

Jenny is a genius. And also crazy to give this away. It's so awesome. I'd keep it safe for her if she ever wants it back!

klwkent said...

Oh I would looooooove to win this! I really like all the different colors! I read your daughter's blog through bloglines, so I will definately add you to my list. Thanks!

colleen78 said...

Wow, this is marketing at its' finest! Nice work! :)

Carson.J.Designs said...

oh me me meeee, I love jennys quilts, even more so because we share the same name, and it is spelled the right way with a Y!! ;-)

mrsquarles said...

I could not take this quilt Jenny should keep this one for herself. It is such a pretty one and I love the fabrics she used. good Job Jenny and good luck with picking the winner of this precious quilt piece you made.

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Jacqueline said...

Oh, I love love love spiderweb quilts and this one is lovely! Count me in for the drawing, please!

Digital Misfit said...

That quilt is amazing!
I love the colors, and the spiderweb pattern is beautiful!
It would be a wallhanging in my "art room" for sure!

heidig@gmail.com

Abby said...

Love that quilt! I have been admiring all the spiderweb quilts that have been popping up all over blog land.

Morgan said...

This is so pretty! I love the design, but I know I'm not patient enough to make one myself... So pick me, pick me, pretty please!

Concha said...

Wow... is it for real? Is this quilt being given away? I follow your daughter's blog and I love it. Of course I'd love to win this quilt! :)

jacquie said...

you must be such a proud mom. i'm in the common threads group with her and she does amazing work! a chip off the "old" block!

SandyQuilts said...

You certainly have a caring DD to lend a hand for a giveaway. The spiderweb is too pretty ... love it. Please throw me into the pot.

Shasta said...

This is a gorgeous quilt! Please enter me in the drawing.

msalleycat said...

What a smart idea you & your daughter have cooked up! I came to you through Jenny's blog, which I found through Flickr, b/c I kept selecting her quilts as 'favorites' of mine....you've raised a very talented daughter, and I'd be proud to show off her spiderweb quilt, since I'm kind of stuck on my own version of her 'any way you slice it' quilt.

marilyn said...

I have had a spiderweb quilt on my list of things
to do. It sure would put a small dent in my stash.
The quilt is beautiful and would love a chance to
win. Thanks for the giveaway

Kristen said...

I love spiderweb quilts! This would get much use by my two babies.

klejnieks AT gmail.com

Amylou said...

That quilt is beautiful! What an awesome give-a-way! It would have a wonderful home with me!

Amy said...

What a beautiful quilt. I've been admiring it as it came together on Jenny's blog. I'd love to give it a new home.

Lynne said...

I love the patterns and colors on the quilt! Thank you.

lynne at fairpoint dot net

Tara said...

Count me in on the quilt giveaway. It's wonderful. (tara @ svwy . net)

nikki said...

Ohhh. This is lovely and I think it would be a divine cuddle blanket in my living room.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely beautiful. I would love to give this to the local Breast Cancer group to raffle off in my mother's name who died from breast cancer and who couldn't sew but loved spider web quilts.

carolyn williams
Kansas

www.potsandpins.com said...

I just found your blog and read about the contest - I hope I'm ot too late! I'd love to win that little quilt - my grandson would look great wrapped up in it! Thanks! Nan

Anonymous said...

I hope it's not too late! I just found your blog. I love this quilt. Your daughter did an amazing job. I'd love to be included in the giveaway!

shannon.godfrey@hotmail.com

Christine said...

i think i'm too late for the contest, but i really do love the spiderweb quilt-- i am a new mother to two baby girls (yes, twins!!) who would love to share this quilt. alas, i have missed the deadline for the contest but look forward to the next giveaway!

sarah said...

i love this!!

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katja said...

Its just beautiful I would love to wrap my baby girl in it when she arrives in nov