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Giveaway: Creative Quilting with Beads

February 17, 2012, 16:24 pm  Posted by needlearts
 

You may have seen the post before Valentine’s Day on Quilting a Love Letter. But Deborah Boschert’s beaded X’s and O’s are just one of the beautiful projects inside Creative Quilting with Beads.

From the still-life style pomegranate on the cover to abstract shapes, using beads can add a dimensional quality to quilts that few other techniques can match.

Don’t believe us? Check it out yourself! This week we’re giving away a copy of Creative Quilting with Beads.

“To enter for a chance to win the book, please leave a comment on this post by 9 p.m. EST on Friday, February 24. Any comment is fine—though we’d love to hear what motif you think would look great with beads. One winner will be selected at random from among all eligible entries and notified by Monday, February 27. Click here for the official rules.”

 

 
 
 
 

45 Responses

    Jennie P. says:

    Oh my gosh, I see that piece with a pomegranate…I love those! It’s so beautiful. I never would have thought of quilting one and using beads. I bet this is a gorgeous book.

    kelli cree says:

    Pretty! I love that pomegranate — the seeds are like garnets.

    Melissa says:

    What a wonderful blending of my two favorite things!!  Thank you for your generous giveaway

    martinmosaics says:

    Would love to be able to add dimension like this!!!

    Castdeb says:

    I would NEVER have thought of this.   Interesting.

    Anonymous says:

    The right beads would make anything look good. Even my husband. Lol

    Usairdoll - Jodi G. says:

    What a beautiful piece of art! I have embellished applique with beads but never like this. Being able to take quilting and beading to the next level is awesome.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

    Michele T says:

    I have experimented with some beading but nothing like this – would love to win this book!! Thanks for the chance!!

    Barbara says:

    awesome work – I have had some great ideas along these lines but the very traditional (majority) quilters in my area don’t like this.  I would LOVE to win this book and run with it !

    This sounds great! Quilting/crafting is an art, everyone does it differently, I have never tried this and I would love to!!

    It looks like a beautiful book! Lark Books rocks!

    Teri says:

    I think just about any motif would be great with beads!  But, I’d probably try some flowers…

    martie says:

    quilting and beading – my favorite pastimes, together.

    AddieNCE says:

    Quilting & beads sounds pretty interestig to me… still womdering which motiv I’d like best made with beads…

    AddieNCE says:

    Quilting & beads sounds pretty interestig to me… still womdering which motiv I’d like best made with beads…

    Jt Lingwall says:

    I love the pomegranate!

    Eilah Rose says:

    Wow, inspirational! I think bugs and insects would look great in beads :)

    louise says:

    ohhh! this looks great! I just recently got into beading and want to integrate into the quilting…

    Debbie says:

    I like the reviews of this book! Would love to win it. Thanks.

    Rsisland says:

    I think a mermaid would look amazing done in bead work.

    Miriagassi says:

    Wahoo, Looks as interesting book! Would love to win it!!

    robin says:

    I’d love to learn how to use beads with quilting. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Anya T. says:

    I’d love to try to bead a version of a quilt block…thanks for the chance!

    It seems a wonderful book. It’d be great to have it! Thanks…

    Barb S says:

    I’d love to learn how to combine beads with quilting.  I’ve got quite a stash of beads – and no clue what to do with them!

    craftymom says:

     I would love to learn about beading with quilts!  I love beading and have recently jumped into quilting.  I would love to combine two of my favorite hobbies.  Both of these hobbies have evolved due to my two precious babies…they are my inspiration!!!!!

    Charity says:

    Love beads!!!!!

    Nancy says:

    I bead and I sew and I would love ideas to combine the two. Please pick me!

    Auntbot says:

    What a great idea!

    Vickielampron says:

    OH! I adore beading and to combine it with my quilitng….that would be heaven!

    Abailey says:

    This sounds a lovely book, I’d love to win it.  I think a peacock would look fabulous with beads – all the colours.  Unfortunately, I wouldn’t use it as peacocks in a house are considered unlucky in this part of the world!

    Wanda says:

    It sounds like a GRAND book — I think the best thing to bead would be a chicken with sneakers….

    Jennlmsomerset says:

    What a fascinating marrying of two fun crafts.

    Jennlmsomerset says:

    What a fun marriage of two fun crafts.

    Purpl7 says:

    What fantastic ideas!!!
     

    I bet seed beads give a great dimensional effect. I love Lark books, always have for years!

    paula says:

    i would love to see a beaded quilt done in the traditional wedding ring quilt style.

    VickieR50 says:

    I’ve already jumped from crochet to beading and then to crocheting with beads. Always looking for a new challenge. Love the idea of quilting with beading.

    Christine Bolin says:

    I’m just starting a new quilt and would love to win the book.  I have lots of beads.  Lots of them.

    Anne Bailey says:

    I love learning any new craft and have wanted to learn quilting for several years, but don’t know where to start!  I would think that quilting with beads would just enhance this traditional craft.  Really, really hope I win this book.

    Anonymous says:

    I would Love to Have this book, “Creative Quilting With Beads”.  I am learning embellishing
    and Love Fiber Art techniques and beading!!!

    Tpilgrim says:

    I have never quited with beads but would love to learn how.

    Dot McQuade says:

    I have been to the Quilters Museum in Paducah… love seeing beading with quilts… just beautiful.  I’d love to see this book for inspiration!

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