Want to Win The Quilt Life?

thequiltlifecoverYou must check out the April edition of The Quilt Life. Especially the articles written by my son, Gus, and myself. It’s a fascinating tale of intrigue and suspense. Will he finish his quilt? Will his mother ever cook again? Will he ever find a job?

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That’s My Boy! Gus making a quilt. I’m so proud!

Would you like to win a copy of the April edition of The Quilt Life with this wonderful article about Gus the Boy? Then please leave a comment on today’s blog and you may be the lucky winner!

40 thoughts on “Want to Win The Quilt Life?

  1. Okay, I’m hooked. I know your basement is your dye lab and there’s no way any jobless children could be living there. I must read the article to get the whole scoop!

  2. Hi Laura, I don’t need to win a copy of the magazine because I subscribe, but I wanted to tell you that I thoroughly enjoyed the article about Gus and you! I look forward to hearing more about his quilting!

  3. I’d love to read the article. If I don’t win the copy, I will search it out in our local booksellers’ magazine racks. It is great to see the creative genes in action in our kids.

  4. I need to know! The magazine should come to my house. If son irons do you lend him out?

  5. What a great quilt he’s working on, and I have to know the answers to all those questions! And more, I’m sure!

  6. I sure would like to read that article!

    Is he a graduate of the Chicago School of Fusing ?

  7. Cooking should not be a priority even though “C” comes before “Q” (quilting) alphabetically!

  8. I used to be able to afford magazines when Joann Fabrics let you use your coupons for them, but since they don’t any longer, I don’t buy them. Love the quilt he made, it looks like a mosaic, would definitely enjoy reading about it!

  9. My sister’s son is a quilter too. I am so glad the younger generation are interested in continuing the journey. Kudos!

  10. How in the world did you ever get him interested in quilting (asks the mother of two boys, actually grown men but…)?

    • He came up with the idea of making a quilt on his own. For most of the time when he was making his art work I was out of town and came back to discover another quilter had invaded my studio!

  11. It would be great to read this article and if I don’t win the magazine I’ll have to hunt for it so I can read the article.

  12. Love what I can see of his quilt and I’m curious about the finished project. Thanks for the chance to win and find out the result of his quiltmaking.

  13. Magazines have gotten so expensive that I have let most of my subscriptions expire. If I don’t win this, I’ll have to go out and buy it just to satisfy my curiosity. Your son has a great looking art piece quilt in process. A chip off the old (sorry, nothing personal there) block.

  14. that’s the funniest magazine cover I ever saw! So cute! I would love to read about your son! Thank you.

  15. I’d like to win that magazine. The mystery surrounding you and your son must be solved! Your son’s quilt looks bright and happy like your quilts!

  16. I LOVE the quilt he is working on, is it batik? I have never heard of the magazine, but will read it with pleasure.

  17. Gus is such a good lookin’ fellow. He must take after his momma. I know he will finish the quilt – he has such a good example to follow. Yes I would love to win this.

  18. Gus’ piece is looking awesome! Love that fabric! Your writing sounds so humorous; would be a great read.

  19. Gus’ piece is looking awesome – love that fabric! Your writing is so humorous; would be a great read.

  20. When I first saw the quilt that Gus was making, my response was “OMG”!! You have
    every right to be SO proud of your son doing this.

    That is awesome and I can’t wait to see it on the wall. That would make me
    say “Good Morning” to it and start my day fresh.

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