5,000 YouTube Subscribers!


A while back, we promised to host a giveaway when we reached 5,000 YouTube Subscribers, and then it took a very long while to get there. If you already subscribe to us on YouTube we appreciate and thank you, and if you don’t already subscribe to our channel feel free to do so HERE. We would love to share our quilting tips, tricks, and friends with you!

To celebrate hitting this new milestone here at QN, we’ve decided to host a giveaway:

5KYTImg1 5,000 YouTube Subscribers!

The prize includes a fat quarter bundle from the Life’s a Hoot collection by Angela Anderson for Quilting Treasures, a Bamboo Notions Tracing Wheel from Clover, a set of Clam Shell Accessories Case (Forms) from Clover, a Thera Glove pair of Grippers, a Grabbit Tools Caddy with Teal Grabbit Magnetic Pincushion and white flower-head pins from Grabbit Sewing Tools, and Homestyle Quilts: Simple Patterns and Savory Recipes by Kim Diehl and Laurie Baker from Martingale.

To enter for a chance to win, leave a comment before 11:59 PM Mountain Daylight Time on Sunday, March 30, 2014, and tell us about your #2 favorite hobby (behind quilting, of course). QN creative editor Lori’s #2 favorite hobby is reading, and she posted about it HERE.

One comment per person, please. Open to those who haven’t won anything from Quilters Newsletter in the last 90 days. And after entering, be sure to add questions@qnm.com to your safe senders list. The email subject line will read “Quilters Newsletter blog giveaway” if you are a winner.

Keep up with all our activities in the place of your choice (and don’t forget we keep hosting great giveaways when we reach follower milestones on each of our social networking sites): FacebookTwitterGoogle+InstagramPinterestYouTube, and there’s always our website for all the latest inspiration!

About Caitlin

Caitlin Dickey is the editorial assistant for Quilters Newsletter.
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1,013 Responses to 5,000 YouTube Subscribers!

  1. judith brill says:

    If I can’t be quilting, my second favorite hobby is gardening. And the best thing is when, on the rare occasion, my favorites come together, as I sit in a comfy chair in the shade, next to a well-tended garden, hand-appliqueing a quilt!

  2. jackie says:

    Second to quilting I love gardening. I love to feel the soil run between my fingers and to see the fruits of my labor, be it , flowers, green plants, or food for the house and friends. It is soothing for the soul. Thanks for the giveaway. Jackie

  3. Michele says:

    I love biking!

  4. Ruby says:

    Reading is my other hobby.

  5. JoAnne T. says:

    My second favorite hobby? Reading mysteries used to be my favorite hobby until I started quilting, so now reading is in second place. Of course I can always listen to audio book mysteries while I’m quilting. Now, that’s a perfect world!

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  7. Brenda Campbell says:

    My #2 hobby is crochet…I especially like making doilies with very small thread.

  8. Sharon L. says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. I love the “Life’s a Hoot” fabric group. It is so cute.

  9. Kathy. Durance says:

    No.2 hobby would be knotting: have done 7 socks (3&1/2 prs) for Christmas gifts.

  10. marianne says:

    sewing, embroidery, crafting, gardening, flowers, I do this in between working, babysitting grand kids, family time.

    I would love a chance to win.

  11. Lana Frazier says:

    My #2 hobby is making clothes for my dolls: Mattel’s Vintage Era Barbie, Midge, Skipper and Skooter and Daisy Kingdom’s Daisy.

  12. Tina says:

    Nice giveaway. Becoming recently unable to work I owe my sanity to quilting! The second choice would be a toss up between knitting, crocheting and tatting.

  13. donna says:

    My number two hobby is reading.

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