Friday, October 9, 2020

One with Nature and Thread... a Giveaway!

Greetings fellow quilters, I hope this post finds you safe and well.

I'm pretty excited to be sharing an Aurifil Thread Matters blog post today.  In these crazy stressful times I'm finding solace in nature...

This months' Amalfi Color Builders threads inspired me to stitch out a native wildflower.

Hop on over to the Thread Matters post and take a minute to be One with Nature.

While you're there -- share the post, leave a feedback comment and be sure to come back here and let me know you did. 

Finger Lakes Sunset... a view from #ourkeukahomestead
One lucky entrant will take home the real Aurifil Color Card!  

Trust me -- it's the most helpful tool to have in your quilty stash!   I have a one that has a slight ding on the edge but I guarantee those wrapped threads are luscious as always.

Will YOU be the lucky winner ?

** TO ENTER **

Leave a comment on the Aurifil blog => Thread Matters post **

Take advantage of multiple entries by sharing with your friends on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest. 

Be sure to return here and let me know you commented and/or shared !  

Giveaway closes Thursday, October 15th at  midnight EST

GOOD LUCK!

Finally...  I've been having a blast sharing my love of Free Motion Quilting in the Fall FMQ Lecture Series hosted via ZOOM by my good friends at Hotel Hamilton & Retreat Center. 



Week 3 is just around the corner and it's not too late to join us!! 

Click here to read up on the 3 remaining lectures.

Many thanks for stopping by -- have fun with the Giveaway!

Stay safe and keep on quilting!

All my best,

Karen

27 comments:

  1. Love the flowers. Aurifil works wonders..

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  2. I am trying to switch over to Aurifil after all the good things I have read about it, and finally got to sew with some of it. I love to hand applique, and this color thread chart would sure help. Thank you, Carol

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  3. I commented on the Thread Matters post. Your embroidery is just lovely!

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  4. I commented on the Thread Matters post. Aurifil is the best. Your embroidery is beautifully done.

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  5. I commented on the Thread Matters post. Your FMQ is so pretty.

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  6. I commented on the Thread matters post today! thanks for a chance to win!

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  7. I commented on Thread Matters. I love your quick little project. This gives me a great idea for something to try.

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  8. I commented on the Aurifil blog. What a great post!

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  9. I shared this post on my Pinterest board.

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  11. I'll start over! Such beautiful embroidery! Commented on Thread Matters! Shared on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nicole.sender2/posts/10220674252357596
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/minibea/status/1314673640340938752
    Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/151363237465122998?nic_v2=1a5SYCMBw
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  12. I commented on Thread Matters. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work and techniques!

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  13. I commented on the Thread Matters blog post

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  14. Hi Karen, We have these same wildflowers in our field. I love purple so I was so excited to see them this year. I commented at Thread Matters and shared the blog post.

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  15. Hi Karen, beautifully done! Your truly living life to the fullest amidst all those beauties and lakes.
    I bought my first spool of 28 wt this past spring but haven’t tried it yet. Nervous nelly here :)
    Walking Foot quilting is my skill, free motion practice I need to get back too.
    Thank you for sharing the color card, what a kind gesture.

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  16. Karen+Aurifil=GORGEOUS!!! I commented on Aurifils blog post also.

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  17. I commented on The Thread Matters post. Aurifil thread is great and so is your work, Karen

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  18. I commented on aurifil. I love your thread painting; thank you for sharing the process.

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  19. So beautiful! Aurifil is lovely to work with!

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  20. Your work is always beautiful. Makes me want to give it a try.

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  21. Beautiful threads and beautiful stitching!

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  22. Left Aurifil comment. Beautiful work as always.

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  23. Love this inspirational tutorial; I’m enjoying & am thankful for the purple & white asters here, too, and the bees are appreciating them as well! I left an Aurifil post. You are a wonderful ambassador for hem!

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  24. I commented. Thanks for sharing your process. And the embroidery is beautiful!

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  25. I commented. Love your nature inspired design and beautiful work with thread!

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  26. I left a comment. Love the inspirational photos!

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