Blog give away – reminder!

This is your gentle reminder to join in the fun, sign up for my Blog give-away now, as sign up ends tonight, Monday, October 8th at midnight.

To enter, leave a comment on my October 2nd Blog entry, you will have to scroll to the bottom of the page to find the ‘reply’ box and enter your comment about ‘your favorite Fall Activity’.

I have my fingers and toes crossed just for you!





Blog give away – reminder! — 24 Comments

  1. Driving through the beautiful color changes of fall through West Virginia with a friend who will share the whole week at camp sitting and sewing on a new quilt.

  2. We have a apple cider farm store that demos making it the old fashioned way by pressing it .. a fall weekend trip that we look forward to every year….mmmmm apple cider treats.. yummy!! donuts tarts,,all kinds of delicious baked goody`s..A great inexpensive way to spend a day in beautiful Connecticut.

  3. I was in Intercourse PA & love your fabric …I would love to win something of yours…keep on creating that lovely fabric

  4. Walking through the canyons and hearing the leaves crunch under my feet. Then dreaming of winter coming with more time to quilt. Jan Child Bountiful Utah

  5. We don’t have Fall here in Houston. I make Fall quilts and travel to either New England or the Southeast to experience the beautiful foliage and the crisp cool weather. This year’s trip is to Tennessee with Mom and Sister!

  6. The last weekend in September my friend and I drove to Wisconsin and the foilage was just beautiful. We stayed in Dodgevilles and the next morning we drove to Spring Green for a class with Jo. It was a beautiful morning and what fun we had taking a class from her. We really enjoyed the day and evening with Jo and would take a class anytime from her. Great teacher. Learned alot of information from her.

  7. Hi Jo,
    What a treat your blog give-away is! Love your new blog full of information on your re-published patterns, magazine articles and the gorgeous
    quilts. The pictures are fabulous. You have been so busy. It’s fun keeping updated and having good thing available on line. Great blog. Love to be in on the give-away.
    The best to you,

  8. Hi Jo, I am new to your website and Blog, and would love to be a part of your give-away! I have realized that I lived so close to your talents in N.City in the early 1990’s and began my quilting hobby then, and could have learned from one of the best if “only I had known”. One of my fall favs is walking through our great parks and roadways in the beautiful crisp fall! Thanks for your website tips and patterns.

  9. My favorite activity in the fall is to take a drive, secondary roads and enjoying the fall color. It is my favorite season. I like the nesting urge I get. My husband and I usually take our drives on Sunday after church. Somewhere in the afternoon we either stop for late lunch or early dinner!
    Just received the Autumn Quiltmania issue and love that small piece in there.

  10. A wonderous sight to behold are the autumn colors. In Texas this morning, the air was crisp, but do not have the special colors seen elsewhere. yOUR QUILTS IN THE QUILTMANIA SPECIAL EDITION are beautiful.

  11. Fall is my very favorite time of year, perhaps because I was an auntumn baby! But I think more because of the beautiful colors of yellows, golds, oranges, reds, etc and the air is so crisp you can almost smell it! Or maybe it’s because of all the Cider Mills opening with fresh apple cider and the just fryed pumpkin donuts!

  12. I love to visit New England and enjoy the fall colors. They can be beautiful elsewhere but when it comes to crimsons, yellows, golds and reds, there is nothing quite like a New England fall. Add to that a glass of wine and a bowl of “chowdah” and you have got the perfect place.

  13. Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the colors of the season. And I cannot resist kicking the leaves in the gutter when I walk down the maple tree lined street.

  14. Ahhh, Autumn! So beautiful……hard to choose just one Fall favorite. Gorgeous trees, swishing through the colorful leaves on the ground, pumpkins, apples, cozy sweaters, football, and, of course, quilting! Thank you for the great give-away, Jo! And thank you for you beautiful designs and fabrics.

  15. I love to enjoy the beautiful fall colors! In fact that is why I am drawn to civil war colors and the choices that are created in design. Thanks Jo! I enjoy your fabrics. To me your fabrics are like a box of chocolates. I can’t get enough! 😉

  16. I love taking a ride to enjoy the Fall foliage. We have a local yearly event which is called the “Apple Festival”. The event has many tents of crafts, lots of food, and of course many apple enjoyments (pies. donuts, cider, fritters, etc.).

  17. Every year we celebrate September and October birthdays with a wagon ride pulled by an antique tractor through the woods and by the river while enjoying the wonderful Michigan colors. We always do this early in October. Ages range from 3 to 73. This is just the best family get together. Nancy S. Conn

  18. We don’t have fall as you know it here in south Louisiana but what we do have is my favorite time of the year. I enjoy driving in the country, going to Fall arts and crafts shows and sitting on my patio enjoying the birds.

  19. I love the colors of fall. This year the trees in Michigan are gorgeous! I especially like to decorate for fall. This year I have 3 new project to use all made with Jo fabrics. (Did i mention I love your fabrics) Also enjoy those cider donuts & cider slushes.

  20. Fall in central Florida is created with fall quilts, artificial fall leaves, pumpkins shipped in from the north, apple cider, and one’s imagination. I love fall!

  21. I love the colors of fall and look forward to decorating with my quilts. I just started an appliqué table runner. I look forward to seeing Jo’s new quilt book!

  22. I know I am late but wanted to let you know that one of my favorite things in the fall in carving pumpkins with my grandchildren. Making memories

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