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Thursday, March 10, 2016

My Cozy Village Pattern Pack Giveaway + Batting Giveaway!



We are excited to be a part of book author Felicia Brenoe's success in releasing her new pattern pack, My Cozy Village
In the two different versions of the quilt below, Felicia used Quilters Dream Batting.



Today we are hosting her blog tour and in addition for a chance to win a copy of Felicia's new pattern pack, YOU will also be entered to WIN some Quilters Dream Batting! 



How to enter:

CONTEST CLOSED:
Congratulations BEC on winning the drawing!!
Now that Spring has sprung, in the comment section below.......
Describe your dreamiest, coziest quilting spot.
One lucky winner will receive a My Cozy Village pattern pack, a Dream Green Twin, Dream Pink King and a Dream Orient Double. Entries must be made by March 15th, 2016 (12am EST). Winner will be announced March 16th 2016.
***Please make sure if you are posting your comment anonymously, that you provide a valid email address to be contacted if you win! 
Have fun visiting all the great blogs and websites of the My Cozy Village blog tour this week. Make sure to stick around until the final stop of the tour on March 15 th at www.feliciasworld.com for the final giveaway of the My Cozy Village pattern pack.
3/10 Quilter's Dream Batting (additional giveaway of batting at this stop!)
Happy Quilting,
The #Battgirls


53 comments:

  1. My dreamiest coziest quilting spot is my quilting room. It has soft colored walls, workspace for creating quilts, sewing machine and tools are all close by and handy, and a wonderful husband who helps with meals when I am in the midst of quilting and can not stop:) He truly is my helpmate and does so with loving kindness:)

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  2. My coziest quilting spot is in my sewing room looking out at the beautiful trees just starting to bud and tulips starting to bloom. The forsythia also welcomes my smiles. My favorite quilting motifs are houses and I would love to add some more to my collection. Quilter's Dream batting is also a favorite of mine.

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  3. I love my sewing room! It is bright and comfortable with a good space for those larger projects! ❤️

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  4. My favorite quilting spot for spring is near the wood stove, looking out over the wild flowers blooming in the forest through the large windows in the front room.

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  5. My favorite quilting spot is next to the fireplace watching out the window to see the deer come out to play as the sun sets.

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  6. My dreamist quilting spot is at my friend's house. Several of us get together to sew, eat and laugh our way through the weekend. It's our own little retreat!
    Sandy A

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  7. Anywhere nearby my husband & dogs can become my dreamiest, cosiest quilting spot - I'm pretty adaptable! I would love a big design wall some day though and somewhere to baste my quilts that doesn't require me moving the kitchen table & chairs and washing the floor first 😁

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    1. Hi Bec! We want to congratulate on winning the drawing! You will receive a copy of My Cozy Village pattern pack, a Dream Orient Double, Dream Pink King & a Dream Green Twin!Thanks for visiting our blog and following the blog tour. We need for you to email us at quiltersdreambatting@juno.com with a valid physical address to claim your prize. Take care! Quilters Dream Batting

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    2. Thank you so much! I've sent an email.

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  8. My new studio was recently finished and I spend all of my time in it quilting! It is a beautiful room!

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  9. My sister came and cleaned my sewing room! Now I can find things! and for my birthday my husband bought me a comfy chair and a hassock so I can sit and stitch to my heart's content! That's my perfect spot! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. I have a designated area for quilting it is my dream spot. It is well lit and comfortable. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  11. I love being in my dad's man cave at the Oregon coast especially in the fall when it is stormy . Big windows, rain, wind and my sewing machine

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  12. Big bright windows that let in sunshine, carpeted floors, cozy couch, sewing machine on a pop up table by the couch.

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  13. The little spare bedroom that is my sewing room is very cozy! It is cool in the summer and sunny in the winter...can't ask for much better!

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  14. My dream spot would be out on my lanai in the Spring.

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  15. Now that spring has sprung , I will have more daylight to enjoy after work and sit on my patio and enjoy some evening stitching. Can't wait!

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  16. Wouldn't that be a wonderful prize! Spring is in the air, new birdsong, and those beautiful appliqued flowers around the border! Oh my! my dream spot is on my little deck in front of my studio, quietly stitching and listening to nature. kim. Gurry(at)telus.net

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  17. Truly love being out in the screen room here in Florida at this time of year. It's so relaxing.

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  18. I have a lovely big comfy chair in my living room where I stitch. I can look out at the Fraser River and see what sails by and enjoy the setting sun.

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  19. Oh that's hard to answer because I love quilting so much I really don't have a favorite spot.
    It can be whenever some like minded friends and I gather to quilt which luckily I belong to two special groups which meet monthly. OR
    whenever I can carve out some time to quilt in my room (becomes very Zen like while I stitch alone aka: "a blessing") OR
    Roaming to visit family (just came home from quilting with my Mom in Florida- more wonderful memories to cherish!) OR
    gather with other friends at quilting retreats which are always uplifting and loads of fun. I truly love them all. What a wonderful way to kick off Spring, thanks!

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  20. No favorite spot-my dining room table is where I quilt but it sure would be nice to have an outdoor patio to work outside this spring.

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  21. My sewing room has a very large window looking out towards farm fields, flowers and beautiful mountains. This is definitely my favorite spot to sew.

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  22. My sewing room is my favorite spot because I can leave thing out until I have time to finish them. I call it the woman cave!

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  23. My dream spot is out on a deck in the woods near a river

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  24. I'm really old and for the first time I have a sewing room. Thank-you retirement. Love the bright houses.

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  25. My best place for quilting is in the room downstairs that looks out over our backyard. We frequently have urban deer and I love to watch them.

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  26. My favorite spot is quilting day at Mom's house where we make quilts, have lunch & at tea time we have sweet goodies.

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  27. My favorite quilting spot is my sewing room. It is a nice 'get away' from the daily chores, quiet,peaceful, my time.
    Bev Leischner

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  28. My favorite cozy quilty place is my own sewing room, with the heat turned up from its usual chilly temperature (ah, the thermostat wars!), the tv playing something from the Hallmark Movie & Mystery Channel, and the whole day uninterrupted by news from the outside world. Peaceful, contented, quiet: cozy. Sounds like perfection. My sweetheart has a business trip coming up soon, and I'll be able to make it all come together. Sometimes it's good not to dream too big.

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  29. Sitting in my hammock on my deck overlooking my lake in the middle of summer is the copies place ever to go some stitching!

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  30. My favorite spot is my sewing room,but it is not very cozy. I would love to have a"she shed" in my backyard that had windows so I could enjoy the trees and my flower gardens.

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  31. My favorite spot is my sewing room,but it is not very cozy. I would love to have a"she shed" in my backyard that had windows so I could enjoy the trees and my flower gardens.

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  32. Currently stuck in the basement but ideally my dreamiest spot would have lots of natural light a nice large table.

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  33. I have a sewing area in my kitchen, with bright light and room to create. Sometimes I go out on the patio and do hand sewing in the sun.

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  34. I have a sewing area in my kitchen, with bright light and room to create. Sometimes I go out on the patio and do hand sewing in the sun.

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  35. I have a sewing room but it is not big, so there is often a mess :)

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  36. I have a sewing room but it is not big, so there is often a mess :)

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  37. My sewing spot was once the dining room table...not very dreamy. Our youngest son moved out last summer so now I have my very own cozy sewing room. Just need to get a comfy chair and it will be the sewing room of my dreams.

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  38. I just had rotator cuff surgery a couple of weeks ago. I'm really restricted by what I can do with this arm for a few more weeks, so all I can do now is dream about what I'll be able to do. My sewing room has a few remnants of the project I was finishing up the night before my surgery. I have so many ideas for projects in my head, so I'm spending time collecting ideas and straightening up my cozy sewing room that my sweet husband has helped me with. He reconfigured desks to be at the correct height for me to reduce neck and back strain when I sew. I'm so blessed to have a whole room just for my sewing projects. I have a bank of windows overlooking our vegetable and flower gardens in the back yard where we're visited throughout the day by beautiful birds stopping by for a drink or a bite to eat from the feeders. While there, I can listen to a favorite podcast or music while I'm sewing or just the quiet hum of my sewing machine. I pray that soon my shoulder will be healed and I can once again fully enjoy my beautiful retreat.

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  39. I have a sewing room rather than a guest room. Oh well, they just can't stay the night. The room is blue and calm, cabinets full of fabric. I just love it in there.

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  40. My favorite quilting spot is curled up in a cozy chair with a kitty on my lap.

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  41. Would have to say dining room. One day I hope to have the free space to have a sewing room.

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  42. My sewing room is a shared space that holds the family computer. I still have memories of my sons laughter, chatter, their critiques of my many "works in progress" and their seriousness in telling me NOT to make that "Walking Quilt Store Jacket".

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  43. Now that spring has sprung, I love to sew in my "sunroom" which is filled with plants, new seedlings for the garden and a table and chair with a spare sewing machine. It works for me.

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  44. Now that spring has sprung, I love to sew in my "sunroom" which is filled with plants, new seedlings for the garden and a table and chair with a spare sewing machine. It works for me.

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  45. My "coziest" spot to quilt is in the beautiful sewing room my dear husband finished for me. I have a .view of backyard flowers and lots of sunshine. (I am totally spoiled) jebonf@yahoo.com

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  46. My cozy quilt spot is my pretty sewing room. I love that it was my daughter's bedroom when she was a child. Sweet memories in that. She is all grown up now & she & my granddaughter enjoy coming by to see my latest quilting project.

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  47. Okay, don't laugh, my coziest quilting area is...where my dining room used to be. LOL When I got my long arm, I wanted to make sure I was still by my family all of the time. I didn't want to be off in a secluded space and miss time with them, so in the dining room the machine went! Our house has a very open floor plan where the front room, dining room/long arm area and kitchen all connect with zero walls, so I can quilt, and still be with my family while they watch TV or grab a snack from the fridge. It has been really nice. I enjoy the space and being able to spend time with my family as well.

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  48. My quilting spot isn't exactly cosy, it's the dining room table, although I am usually warm when I'm working on a quilt.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  49. My quilting room is my cozy place - it has an electric wall heater so the room is as warm as I want and I'm surrounded by my machines, threads, patterns, books and fabric!

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  50. My quilting room is my cozy space. Nothing fancy, in an unfinished basement, but lined with shelves, and it's just for me. When I do handwork, whether it be hand quilting, binding, applique or embroidery, I do that in the evening while watching TV with my husband.

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  51. My quilting space isn't exactly cozy, it's the dining room table,I do have the stash in a room upstairs tucked away...thank for the give away...marta...martamanole@yahoo.com

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