Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!!

It’s the time.  It’s the place to announce the winner of the Quiltmaker’s 100 Block Magazine.

I hope you had fun roaming the internet to find quilt block designers and their blogs.  I know I sure love hunting around and finding blogs that might be of interest to me.

As part of our giveaway we asked that readers tell if they have ever made a quilt for donation.  WOW.  So many of you have….Hats off to you!!  Many also noted that they are new to quilting and one day hope to be able to donate.  I have said it before and will say it again and again…Quilters are so generous!

Sadly we’re only picking two names for winners.  The first prize is coming from my daughter Kelli and I.  The winner will get a copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks AND a copy of American Patchwork and Quilting’s 2017 Calendar that we have a quilt featured in.

 APQ 2017 Calendar and Pattern Booklet

That winner is…Gladys Wahl.
Gladys writes, “Every other year I have taken 200 – 250, wheel chair, lap , or twin to the Veterans home in Mardhalltown, IA, Last year was the 3rd delivery, making the total 730 quilts.  My husband was a Marine and loves the Marshalltown facility.  Thanks for all you do”


The next name drawn will get a copy of  Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks.  That will be sent out by Quiltmaker.  That winner is….

Peggy Hendrick.  Peggy wrote, “My cousin’s granddaughter had cancer a few years ago…they had a benefit for her and I donated a quilt and some other smaller items to be raffled off…

Thanks to the many of you who stopped by and left a comment.

Thanks to Quiltmaker for including us in the fun…and thanks to all you readers who are so generous with your time and resources!

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2 thoughts on “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!!

  1. Jen

    Wow! What a small world…I believe the winner, Gladys, is my dad’s cousin. I didn’t know anyone else in the family quilted!

  2. Susan

    Gladys is a member of the Stashbusters Online group. She is so prolific in her quilt projects that we joke that Gladys has 2 Clocks to sew by= 48 hours in one “Gladys Day”!

    Congratulations, Gladys!

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