Giveaway for Day 3 of the GO!™ for a Star Giveaway

Just leave a comment here and answer one of the following questions: whether you are planning to make a QOV for the Challenge OR whether you have ever made a QOV OR if you make quilts for charity – which charity you choose.  The giveaway for Day 3 is 2 yards of fabric and an Aurifil sample pack. The winner will be chosen by random selection. 

21 Replies to “Giveaway for Day 3 of the GO!™ for a Star Giveaway”

  1. I have help make charity lap quilts for nursing homes and baby quilts for an annual baby shower that is given for expecting mothers and they all receive a quilt. I love this star die and plan on getting one for myself. I would like to make a quilt for my hero, my son who was in Iraq and thankfully came home safely!

  2. I’ve done a lot of charity quilting but have never done anything for QOV. Last year I made about 20 (part of the 241 quilts that our guild distributed locally).

  3. I would like to try to make some blocks. I love stars in blocks too weather embroidered or fabric peices to make one.

  4. I had already pledged to make 12 QOV quilts for 2012. I have 3 tops made waiting for me to get on the LA. Good luck on this challenge!

  5. I have collected fabrics for this cause and have not set a deadline for myself to complete a QOV.
    This event gives me that deadline that I needed. Thank you!

  6. I have two tops ready to be quilted for QOV. I also make quilts for Project Linus and submit them through my quilt guild.

  7. I plan to make a few blocks, if not a whole top or quilt and send it to Dick and Tink. I sent some blocks last year, and also made some Just One Star blocks for Moda. I will use any fabric I win to make more for this great purpose. Thanks!

  8. I make quilts for the Linus Project and Quilts for Kids. I am hoping to make a quilt for this challange but just waiting for my new sewing machine to get here and hopefully will have time to finish it. I have a quilt top made for my son who was in Iraq but it isnt a QOV one 🙂 Would love to win this as I am just starting to build a stash.

  9. I do quilt for the soldiers, through American Hero Quilts ( and have for more than 7 years. For five of those years, I lived in a fifth wheel, and didn’t have the space for doing completed quilts, so I have sent a lot of tops. There’s one progressing on my floor right now! A box of 4 just went off before the challenge started, and I expect to have several by the end of May. They will go directly to Sue, though, as my tops always do. It’s okay if that lets me out of prizes. That’s not why I do them. =) Before the AmHero project, I made them for Quilts4Cancer.

  10. I do several quilts a year for charity through our guild. I’ve finished a lot for them too. Every July I coordinate our BOM through the guild to make R/W/B blocks that are donated to a member of the guild that organizes quilts and quilt making for QOV! I am getting lots of inspiration from this blog hop for this years BOM! Thank you for doing this!

  11. I am associated with a QOV group in Wisconsin and they are a wonderful, heart-warming, generous group who out of the kindness of their hearts continue to make incredibly beautiful quilts for veterans we like to call quilted hugs of gratitude. THANKS so much for providing inspiration to others to contribute to a cause that is near and dear to my heart!

  12. I have a QOV on my 2do list for 2012. It will be my first QOV quilt (whoo hoo!) I’ve made lap quilts for a local nursing home, and keep my fingers busy with crocheting prayer shawls with a church’s prayer shawl ministry 🙂 I love this Blog hop and am inspired by seeing everyone’s work!

  13. I make charity quilts for foreign orphanages and the local pregnancy help center. I also make quilts for Quilts Beyond Borders. Thanks for the giveaway!

  14. Last year I sent a batch of star blocks for the Moda drive. Thanks for the information – will be returning to learn more about QAYG and quilting with the hoop. Thanks for the time you spent to organize this hop for QOV, and this giveaway.

  15. I have quilted several quilts for QOV, but I’ve yet to make one entirely myself. It’s one of the things that I would like to do this year.

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