Christa’s Year of Weekly Giveaways #40 – Why Quilts Matter DVD

First of all, thanks to all of you for your sweet comments and great suggestions for my new precut shop. I’ll be implementing as many of those as possible. :-) Now, onto this week’s giveaway!

Did you get a chance to read my review of Why Quilts Matter earlier in the week?

Why Quilts MatterToday you’ll get a chance to win your very own copy of this 2 disc, 9 episode DVD set produced by Shelly Zegart and presented by the Kentucky Quilt Project. Just in case you missed it, here’s a snippet of one of my favorite episodes from the series, featuring the Quilts of Gee’s Bend:

I don’t know about you, but it certainly inspires me to want to make more graphic modern quilts! To enter this giveaway, simply leave me a comment below explaining why you think quilts matter.

Why Quilts Matter DVDOne winner will be drawn at random next Wednesday, January 22nd at Noon.

Good luck and thanks for reading!

Last Week’s Winner:

Congratulations to Kris J. from Nebraska for winning a brand new Riley Blake Rolie Polie. I’d love to see what you make with it!

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115 Responses to Christa’s Year of Weekly Giveaways #40 – Why Quilts Matter DVD

  1. Gina Wood says:

    Quilts are just an expression of who we are.

  2. Christa says:

    Thanks for your entries. We have our winner!

  3. Susan says:

    Thanks so much for this opportunity to see the entire film. I am fascinated by this story and was fortunate to see the traveling display at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco some years ago.

  4. Peggy M. says:

    I’ve read many of the comments preceding mine. They are all spot on! Quilts and quilting mean friendship, family, creativity, history, love and fun… And so much more

  5. Joan neal says:

    I would love to watch this DVD and then share it . Looking forward to reading more on your blog and I just signed up after learning about you on up the blog your last week.

  6. Tena Bell says:

    I believe that quilts really matter in our lives because they are always a connection to our past and provide us with wonderful memories of the love and dedication of those who made them.

  7. Susan McGuire says:

    Quilts feed the soul of the maker, comfort and wrap the recipient in love, and visually, they can please an audience.

  8. Judy Allen says:

    Would be great to watch on these long cold winter days.

  9. Karen M says:

    Quilts matter because they allow the maker to leave a legacy.

  10. Tabitha Keener says:

    I think quilts matter to the maker because it is a piece of art they created which cannot be exactly reproduced again. I love giving these to family and friends when I can so they know how much I care. Thanks for a chance!

  11. Patricia Davis says:

    Quilts are a part of history. Our own history and the love we share. Thank you for the give away.

  12. Susan Cropp says:

    I grew up with my Mom making quilts every winter. They were scraps sewed together to make a beautiful quilt. I can look at them and pick out pieces that remind me of the clothes that Mom had made me. What precious treasures of the “good old days”.

  13. Sheila says:

    Quilts are a way to be creative, show love, keep you warm and pass down a certain abount of history.

  14. Marty Askins says:

    Quilts are beautiful and awesome. It always shows a part of the maker in the quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.

  15. Cindy Wienstroer says:

    Quilts are a way to create something beautiful that only you can see until it is done and wrapping around those you love! Gee’s Bend quilts and Amish Quilts were my 1st intro to beautiful simplicity. Thanks for the chance to see all of “Why Quilts Matter”

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