New quilt book: Springtime in the Rockies

Last Spring the very talented Konda Luckau contacted me about contributing to a book project she was putting together called Springtime in the Rockies.  I was so honored to be invited.  And now the book here – it is so much fun to see my name in print! 
This book is a collaboration of 15 quilting projects by 9 different designers who live here in the Rocky Mountains.
 
My contribution is this basket quilt. 
 Ta Da! There it is! 

And just in case the weather (here in the northern hemisphere, at least) has you in more of a ‘fallish’ mood, here is another version I created using a more ‘fall’ color palette.  I’m thinking I’d really like to try this pattern in all solids at some point for another completely different look. 

Springtime in the Rockies can be purchased hereAs part of the Springtime in the Rockies Blog Tour, I have a copy to give away.  And I’ll even include a bundle of fabrics to create your own spring baskets quilt in time for next spring!  To enter just leave a comment on this post.  Giveaway closes Sunday, September 23 at midnight MST.  Giveaway CLOSED.

Winner: Random Number Generator #3 (how often does that happen?):

Congratulations and thanks for the giveaway!


For other opportunities to win, visit the other stops on the tour:


Sept 19 – Kansas City Star 
Sept 20 – Amy Smart (Me!) and A Quilting Life  
Sept 22 – Becky Morganson  and Marion McClellan 
Sept 23 – Emily Herrick and Kathy Miller 
Sept 24 – Karlene Riggs and JoyLyn Rigby 
Sept 26 – Machelle Preston  and Kim Walus 



Comments

  1. says

    This is a really great book to win. There are so many quilts to choose from as well as photographs. Love your baskets. Fall is in the air and it is time to quilt. So, why not try to win that fantastic book along with your other goodies. Thank you.<br /><br />Sandi T.<br />sandit1@sbcglobal.net

  2. says

    That looks like a fun book, and I especially like your orange version of the baskets (orange being my favorite color!!) Congrats on your name being &quot;in print&quot;!!!

  3. says

    How fantastic! I live to the west of the Rockies and have driven up and over many times in my life. This book looks like a great read on the next road trip… or if I&#39;m the lucky winner, i can sew something up and then bind while on the road!

  4. says

    Thank you for the chance to win a copy of this wonderful new book, and some fabric to make that pretty basket quilt too. I appreciate your taking the time to review this book as it sounds interesting to this flatlander (me).

  5. says

    As a Colorado Rocky Mtn gal I am soooo tickled for you! COngratulations and your quilt is darling–I can see this in a little grand daughter&#39;s room. Thanks for the giveaway-

  6. says

    I&#39;ve been wanting to try a basket quilt, and your pattern looks perfect! Living in the shadow of the Alberta Rocky Mountains, I think this pattern book is such a fun idea :)

  7. says

    Love your Baskets quilt!! In both colorways too! Waaaay cool! Your do Awesome creating!! No wonder they wanted to include you in the book! How very exciting &amp; Special! Congratulations!!!<br /><br />Thanks for chance to win your Drawing!! :)

  8. says

    I just visited Colorado for the first time 2 weeks ago and went to the summit of Pike&#39;s Peak…absolutely beautiful part of the country. The book looks great, would be thrilled to win.<br />joyce.spaulding@myfairpoint.net

  9. says

    What a lovely basket quilt, that is on my most make list and I really love the one in the fall colors, it is very striking and more me than pastels. Thanks for the give away.

  10. says

    I was born in Colorado so the Rocky Mountains have a special place in my heart. I just love basket quilts and yours is so sweet. It would totally make my day to win this book along with super cute fabric. Thank you do much for the chance.

  11. says

    Don&#39;t you just love fall air, cool, crisp, tingling, smell good smells? I know I do! thanks for a chance to win and love your quilt. Think solids would be interesting.

  12. says

    Love your quilt for the book, love your blog that I receive so regularly, but give aways? I don&#39;t love them, living so far away I never seem to qualify, so to the happy lady that will win: Congratulations and enjoy!

  13. says

    I am in love with the fall colours, I have been scared to use orange for a long time but have recently started to use it as an accent colour. This is a great giveaway and I thank you for the chance to win.

  14. says

    That&#39;s a fun idea for a book! I love the patterns in it, I&#39;d love a chance to get my hands on a copy, congrats for having such a pretty pattern in it :)

  15. says

    oh how i need something to pull me out of the sewing block I have going on!<br />the colors you show in the book are my faves, my machine sets there and calls<br />to me, but I have my head in the clouds…I need to get back to something that makes me feel real again.

  16. says

    I love the orange and blue variation of your basket quilt – the pastel one is pretty but kind of pale. I also love the &quot;Fresh Cut Flowers&quot; wall hanging picture you show – I would love to win this book! Thanks for the give away!

  17. says

    Fall is my favorite time of the year, and a lot of my quilts are in fall colors. Love the oranges in you fall basket quilt. Congratulations on a project well done – would love to win the book – will probably buy it if I don&#39;t win. Looks like lots of fun.<br />Thanks again

  18. says

    How fun! This book looks great. It&#39;s amazing how different a quilt can look depending on the fabric you use. Love the blues and oranges in your basket quilt.

  19. says

    WOW!! I LOVE this basket quilt!! I would definitely make that one…if I should be lucky enough to win this wonderful book!!<br />Thanks for the chance!<br />Paulette

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