PDF Sewing Pattern Giveaway, $130 Value

Before I was bitten by the art teacher bug, I designed a line of stuffed animal patterns. I started with a simple fish, and ended up making more complex shapes like a snake that coils on itself. The patterns all have a common feature though, which is they are heavily top-stitched to muslin fabric, and hot washed and dried which creates a soft, rumpled, old-quilt texture...hence the name, Rumpled Quilt Skins.

I currently sell these patterns in both printed form and pdf format at quilt shops around the country. The retail value of all sixteen patterns is $130. I am offering my entire line as a pdf pattern giveaway, and because I will email the patterns to the winner, anyone with an email address may enter.

To enter this drawing, please leave a comment about the very first thing you ever sewed, or would like to sew if you are just starting. I’d love to read how other sewers out there got their start. This drawing ends Friday, August 13th at midnight PST. Please make sure your comment leaves a way for me to contact you. Links back to my site are always appreciated. Good luck everyone!

Large photos of each stuffed animal pattern may be seen at Rumpled Quilt Skins.
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  1. Hello I am a quilter my deAR sweet mother in law taught me how to quilt a few years back, unfortunately I did not get too much time with her to learn, but I now have all of her old materials and equipment and I am itching to get at it and have my moments where time allows me some extra days in the sewing room. I have previously done around 4 lap sized quilts the first of which went directly to my old lad at the time. And though we lost her a few years back, it still sits around as gently used dog blanket. I have been working on a set of placemats for some time now and I am keen to get them finished but I am waiting for a part for the machine :(. I am in love with your quilted skins!!! Cheers tracykhamilton@gmail.com

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