Tuesday, March 4, 2014

It's a giveaway!


Have I mentioned that I'm so excited about being published in a national quilt magazine that I'm hosting several giveaways this week?  Well I am! Many of you know that I teach quilting classes and that I design many of the quilts I teach, so I thought it would be fun to give away one of my other patterns. 

This is the popular Circle and Spin quilt...make circles without headaches or fear! It is one of my favorites because the blocks are quickly put together and you can use a variety of fabrics. I love it made with batiks, but have also used asian fabrics. I have taught it numerous times, most recently last weekend,  and  have made several, including one for each of my three daughters.

 Starflower Cascade is a newer design that I made last summer to enter in a contest. I really love the ombre effect this quilt has and think it would be so pretty made out of bright colors for a kid's quilt.


I have several for sale on Craftsy. Just visit my Craftsy store for more views of each one and see which one you like!
 Miss Tess  is my newest design and is fun and easy to make! It's a great design to use up fat quarters you've been collecting!
 Which Way is Up is a fun quilt with geese flying in different directions. Another great scrap quilt.
 Peas in a Pod  is easy enough for a beginner, in fact I have been teaching a version of it to beginners the past few weeks.
Tangled in the Kite Strings is stringpiecing at its best.
Twisterweave was a mystery quilt originally too...It's hard to tell where one block ends and the next begins in this one!

To enter, all you have to do is follow me here or like me on my Quiltinjeanie Designs Facebook page and leave a comment after this post telling me which pattern you want if you win! It's that easy. I will pick a winner on Sunday, March 9. Feel free to share this giveaway with your friends!

46 comments:

Kelli Ney said...

I would love to win the circle and spin or the kite strings pattern. Love taking the classes at Hancock, I always learn something new.

Needled Mom said...

They are all lovely. I love the Starflower Cascade with that shock of red.

Gill said...

I like your 'circle and spin' quilt!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Hmmm... so hard to choose. I can narrow it down to 3, and, if I win, then you can pick one of them for me. Twisterweave, Starflower Cascade and Circle and Spin. Sew much fun! Congrats on being published!

Kerstin said...

what a wonderful giveaway. very hard to choose. But If I have to pick I would love the circle and spin.

Thanks for the chance.

Mara said...

I follow you on bloglovin' and would enjoy the pattern Starflower Cascade.

barbara woods said...

follow on gfc

barbara woods said...

love all your patterns really like your 'peas in a pod'

Farah said...

I just liked your Facebook page! (I'm friends with your daughter Angie and Rachel, so I've been seeing your quilts for a while now) They all look great :) Twisterweave looks awesome, would love to win that! Or a Starflower cascade ;)

Linda said...

Miss Tess is probably my first choice. But it is a hard decision because the patterns are all good.

JoyceLM said...

I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. I'd love to win Miss Tess. Thanks.

Diana Symanowicz said...

Jean - your quilts are the best! I love them all! I took four of these in your classes - and completed all the tops and made two Miss Tess! I have not made the Twisterweave. You are the best teacher in the world. If you taught it as a class, I sure would sign up. :-)

Angie Kritenbrink said...

You guys, try not to be too jealous... I have a Circle and Spin and I didn't even have to make it myself... ;)

Patty said...

I follow you. I'd like to try the Starflower Cascade. I loved making the Circle and Spin.

Lor said...

I love Tangled in the Kite Strings! :)

Eyisila said...

I really love Peas in a Pod. (I liked you on Facebook :) )

suemac said...

I like the "Circle and Spin"

Mickey said...

I think I would like the circle and spin because I am not sure if I can do it, so it would make me make it.

Texas JennyWren said...

All your patterns look womderful. I have always wanted to learn how to sew circles so I would choose Circle and Spin if I were to win. Thanks!!
Jen

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Gorgeous - star flower cascade is the coolest!!

HalfDozen said...

I like you on fb and follow you in blogger. I'd like star flower cascade if I win.

Daynora Clements-Caul said...

I would love the circle and spin, but they all are beautiful

PianoMom said...

Every Easter in their baskets I'd give our children a kite to fly since it represents Springtime to me. So I'd like to try Tangled in the Kite Strings although it'd be a challenge as believe I've never sewn a quilt using string piecing. Bring on the challenge!

Barbara Vitolo said...

They are all beautiful but I love the star flower cascade

dew said...

Love them all, but I am very intrigued with Starflower Cascade and Circle and Spin.

Joanna Griffith said...

Joanna Griffith March 6, 2014, at 2:07 pm. These are all beautiful. I love them all. I am new to quilting and want to learn everything. I would love to do the "Star Flower Cascade."

Joanna Griffith said...

Joanna Griffith March 6, 2014, at 2:07 pm. These are all beautiful. I love them all. I am new to quilting and want to learn everything. I would love to do the "Star Flower Cascade."

Joanna Griffith said...

Joanna Griffith March 6, 2014, at 2:07 pm. These are all beautiful. I love them all. I am new to quilting and want to learn everything. I would love to do the "Star Flower Cascade."

Linda Chase said...

I wan5 to make them all... especially twist and shout.

Linda Chase said...

I wan5 to make them all... especially twist and shout.

Amy Caldwell said...

Which Way is Up looks like a fun quilt to make.

Rosemary Steinmetz said...

I love them all,but I think circle and spin.Although the flying geese might be easier to make for me.I like the star one too.So hard to pick.

Missy Shy said...

They are all wonderful! I believe I would like the Miss Tess. Thanks so much!

quiltinky said...

I love all the colors but Miss Tess is my favorite! :)

Cheryl Breitenfeldt said...

I like Miss Tess. Cheery fun design.

marie41837 said...

I would love to have the fly away home sampler just beautiful .

Carla G said...

My favorite is the Starflower Cascade quilt! Liked you on facebook too! :)

Exuberant Color said...

I like Tangled in the kite strings. You have a nice selection of patterns.

dorothy said...

I love Miss Tess and would love to win this pattern! If it helps today is my birthday so would be extra sweet!
Love the work you do...

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

They are all terrific! Starflower Cascade really caught my eye. Congrat's on your magazine publication!

ytsmom said...

I love Starflower Cascade. How exciting to be published in a magazine!!

anna brown said...

sar flower i love it but there all so cool looking........

Kathy Davis said...

I follow on bloglovin.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Jo said...

They are all great patterns but I really like Miss Tess the best. Following on FB

Dru said...

Your quilts are so unique. It's a toss up between Starflower Cascade and Miss Tess. I'd be happy with either one. Thanks for the chance to win!

Brenda Seekins said...

I just "discovered" you and your blog. Love your designs. I'm intrigued by your mystery quilt class, BUT I'm in Maine! Can we get the pattern? Also I just love the Starflower Cascade here...another one I would like to try. I'll be watching, but I'm still "relatively" new to quilting ( right), I've sewn my whole life!...and I'm retired now...more time to sew! Thanks for the inspiration!