Primitive Quilts and Projects

Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

A premium publication dedicated to the primitive quilter, rug hooker, stitcher and more! Each issue features at least 15 projects from some of the most admired designers in the primitive fiber arts world.
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Thursday, September 11, 2014

PQP Aurifil Wool Thread Giveaway!

We hope you all have had a great week! The weekend is almost here, so let's do a giveaway! The winner will get one of our PQP Aurifil Wool Thread sets! It contains 10 small spools (54 yards each) hand-picked by us!


For a chance to win, let us know your all time favorite project from Primitive Quilts and Projects! Comment on this post with your answer to enter. We will pick one lucky winner on Monday, 9/15!

Good luck!!

PS...

The Winter 2014 issue will be here next month!! Have you subscribed or renewed??? If not, click this link to get a BONUS issue! https://w1.buysub.com/servlet/OrdersGateway?cds_mag_code=PQP&cds_page_id=170589

Have a great weekend :)

68 comments:

  1. At the moment my favourite quilt from `Primitive Quilts and Projects` is `Scrappy Baskets` from Summer 2014. I am using a fat 1/4 bundle of `Collection for a cause Circa 1852`. Love the way this is coming together.

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  2. Ohhhh... so many gorgeous patterns!! One of my favourites...and there are MANY...is called 'Three Sisters' by Yellow Creek Designs! LOVE this one! It is in Winter 2012. Thanks for the chance to win your give away!
    Paulette

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  3. My fav would be "Precious Threads" by Laural Arestad, I think it was from one of your first magazine issues? Thanks for the chance to win some lovely wool Aurifil threads.

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    1. Congratulations Leeanne! You're the lucky winner! Email leah@primitivequiltsandprojects.com with your mailing address. Thank you for participating!

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  4. I got lots of compliments on my Slim the Snowman~ and it was such a fun pattern! And there are about 20 other ones on my to-do list! LOL Thanks for the fun!

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  5. I am working on the Scrappy Baskets quilt right now and I love it! Thank you

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  6. I'm a new subscriber and I am still waiting for my first issue to arrive . I also bought Fall 2011 issue and I'm currently working on Sailing Away by Lori Brechlin . I love it !!

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  7. I want to do the "as the crow flies" and "Daphne's Star" from the current issue.

    Thanks for a chance at the great threads.

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  8. I don't remember the name but it was made out of wool and had several rabbits on it. Just love it and have all the wools ready to make as a winter project.

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  9. My favorite is "pumpkin spice" I just love that one ! I have never used wool thread and would love to give it a try. Thanks for the chance to win some .. I enjoy your magazine and always look forward to sitting with a cup of tea and reading them !

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  10. My favorite project from your magazine would be the one I am currently working on. It is "Cold Days" snowmen wool appliqué runner. Would love to win the Aurifil threads and try them. Thanks for giving us the chance to win the wool threads.

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  11. I love the primitive rabbit pillow by Lynda.

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  12. I love the Folk Art Flowers from last fall. Love the primitative style and recently took a class from Sue Spargo so learned how to embelish some.

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  13. How can I pick a favorite when every issue is awesome. But if I must, Scrappy baskets or anything with crows

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  14. I just finished a project from one of your earlier issues. The small quilt has pumpkins and vines on the outside border and alternating 9 patches in the middle. Wish I could remember the name! I can send photos.....
    Thanks for a chance to win some great thread. I LOVE your magazine.

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  15. I am working on scrappy baskets. This thread is wonderful!

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  16. Wow...tough question to answer as there are so many! I especially love Merry Winter's Night.

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  17. My #1 love would have to be Winter Wonderland, the tree skirt by Bare Roots. I did make Slim the Snowman, though, and he was adorable! And I plan on making all 4 seasonal table toppers! Thanks for all the patterns and wonderful ideas!

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  18. I collect Snowmen, so Slim the Snowman .

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  19. How can I possibly pick a favorite project there are so many I want to make. Every issue has at least one or two. I know it’s not a project but I really enjoy "Ask Mom" really good information.

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  20. Love everything in the magazine but currently am trying to finish the changeable season wallhanging from Lisa Bonjean. Love the wool thread.
    Sheila

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  21. I love the slim the snowman I love snowmen so this was perfect for me

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  22. Definitely Scrappy Baskets! I love working on it.

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  23. I have been a subscriber from the beginning, love so many patterns. I made the pumpkin pinkeep with the cute little leaf for needles but my dog ate half of this so I must make again, one of my favorites, I also love everything Cheri Saffiote does, want to do several of her quilts! Keep the magazine coming! I would love a chance to win the thread, be fun to try wool to stitch with!!! Kathy

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  24. I couldn't possibly choose one!!! I really like most of the things you do!!! I'm going through them now to find something fairly quick for fall!!!

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  25. Thanks to Aurifil I found your site/Blog. I will have to check out your publication after seeing all the great comments. Thanks for sharing this lovely thread. Must be hard lol

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  26. I really love Diamond in the Rough by Jan Goos. It lends itself beautifully to so many different themes and fabrics.

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  27. My all time favorite project is the THE CIDER BARN.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  28. Probably my favorite is the crow and pumpkin by Lisa Bonegan...partly because I finished it and enjoy seeing it hanging on my wall :-)

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  29. My favorite would be the Log cabin block. SO pretty.

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  30. Love your magazine. I made the fall wall hanging with pumpkins, gourds and pennies all around. I love it. Wood Aurifil sound like a must try. Thanks for a wonderful magazine.
    Karin E :)

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  31. The Crow and Pumpkin is my favorite!!

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  32. From your premier issue the Primitive Gstherings Seasonal banner of a crow and pumpkin. I finishing my base quilt to hang it this year...the crow andpumpkinseasoned for a few years before I finally quilted it last year.

    I love Aurifil Lana wool and would love too add to my collection. Looking forward to the Winter issue.

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  33. HI, it's 'Scrappy Baskets' (summer 2014)!
    Thanks for your blog+great giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  34. My favorite is the scrappy baskets! Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

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  35. So far my favorite is Pumpkin Spice from the Fall 2013 issue. Acorn and Reels out of the same issue is cut out and waiting it's turn, also. Then there was one from the Summer issue prior..... Love your magazine!

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  36. I am planning on making the Scrappy Baskets quilt right I love it! Thank you

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  37. What an awesome Giveaway. I just love Aurifil Threads, Floss and Lana wool. My most favorite PQ&P quilt has to be Kay Harmon's Chocolate Bon Bon's. That quilt just spoke to my on many levels -- love it! Also partial to Debbie Wick's Pomegranate Holiday and House that Jack Built quilts -- oh my they are beautiful! I buy your magazine quarterly from my local quilt shop, Patchwork Angels Quilt Shop in Endicott, NY!

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  38. Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway. My favorite PQ&P quilt is the Mockingbird pattern.

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  39. I love scappy baskets! It is at the top of to do list.
    hedgehog52@yahoo.com

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  40. my favourite is repeat bloomer by Lisa Bongean from Spring 2014.
    Cannot wait to try wool applique if i win this!

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  41. My favorite is the hous e that jack built. It is in summer 2014. It is marked of to do soon....

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  42. Slim the Snowman was my favorite.

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  43. Right now I am liking the scrappy baskets.

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  44. I am working on the quilting for the House That Jack Built,

    Love it.
    suebennett1975@gmail.com

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  45. I like the scrappy baskets!! Thanks for the chance to win:)

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  46. I love the cider barn! It's in my "to make" queue.

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  47. I like scrappy baskets, thanks for a chance

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  48. I am enjoying the free sampler patern. Can't wait to get all the blocks together! Thanks for a chance for the

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  49. Montana Stars. Thanks for the chance.

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  50. I don't get the magazine, but I sure like the cover quilt on the Fall issue.

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  51. I love scrappy baskets! I have subscribed from the first issue and have not been dissappointed yet!

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  52. The Cider Barn. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  53. Where do I start. There are so many favourites from your magazine. I have every copy and regularly browse them for inspiration. I guess my current favourite is 'The House that Jack Built' from the summer 2014 issue, Thanks for the chance to win the lovely threads

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  54. I am new to this magazine, but I love the Cider Barn. Looking forward to more exploring on your website.

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  55. I love the gathering acorns pillow. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  56. I like the 'Pleasant Thoughts' pattern.

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  57. I love the winter wonderland tree skirt.

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  58. Pumpkin spice! What's not to love with a name like that! lol

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  59. I really like the Rumble Seat quilt pattern! It's beautiful.

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  60. I love the simplicity of a nine patch so I love the quilt on the cover of the current fall issue. Beautiful. I'm also a sucker for a churn dash---I want to make every churn dash quilt I ever see!

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  61. It's a hard choice, but I would have to say Cider Barn. I really enjoy my subscription to Primitive Quilts and learn something with each issue.
    Thanks so much!

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  62. My favorite is Red Pomegranate block of the week. This is the first of seen your magazine. Thank you for sharing the Giveaway.

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  63. The applique quilt project is my favorite. Thank you for the chance to win.

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