14 little ways to meet quiltmakers from the past (+ giveaway!)

Re-create a little piece of history with Sheryl Johnson, owner of Temecula Quilt Co. and author of Quirky Little Quilts!

Returning to Temecula

Sheryl is back with her interpretations of authentic quilts from yesteryear in Returning to Temecula. Her all-new patterns for 14 little quilts capture the make-do spirit of quilters from the past.

From Returning to Temecula

From beginner-friendly blocks and scrap-friendly samplers to beautiful appliqué and crazy piecing, these personality-packed patterns invite you to play with classic blocks:

Lovely Ladders quilt
Lovely Ladders

Unexpected block pairings:

Building Blocks quilt
Building Blocks

And distinctive color blends:

Kenny's Courthouse quilt
Kenny’s Courthouse

We asked Sheryl a few questions about her latest book, her love of antiques, and whether or not she’ll host a sew-along for Returning to Temecula (we want one!). Read her answers below.


Stitch This!: You recently wrapped up a fun quilt-along for your first book, Quirky Little Quilts. What inspired you to write Returning to Temecula?

Sheryl: There always seems to be just one more little vintage quilt that I want to reproduce. Returning to Temecula is full of quilts that I just couldn’t resist making. I’m so excited for readers to come back to Temecula for more of the special quilts that have become my hallmark.

ST!: You often gather inspiration from antique quilts—what’s your designing process like once you fall in love with a vintage quilt?

Sheryl: I love the search! My stash is not that large, but I love to dig through it trying to find the perfect fabrics to re-create a new project. If the quilt is simple, I just dig right in and start making blocks. I have tried to slow down and take notes as I go, but sometimes, I feel like that ruins the creative process.

Citrus Circles quilt
Citrus Circles

ST!: What’s the most important part of the designing process for you, and what’s the most fun?

Sheryl: I think the most important part of the process is getting the pattern right and making it simple enough so that others can make it without frustration. No one wants to be irritated when they are making a quilt! I enjoy all aspects of the process, but I think my favorite part is the machine piecing.

ST!: What’s your #1 tip for beginning quilters?

Sheryl: Don’t be intimidated by little pieces. They really are simple and the results are so darn cute! All the quilts in Returning to Temecula are written to give you room to square up your blocks, and they all go together simply. Just give it a try!

Patchwork Plates quilt
Patchwork Plates

Fingers crossed: will there be a sew-along for Returning to Temecula?

Sheryl: I am working on a fun Scavenger Hunt Sew-Along. Follow the clues and make a completely new quilt using components from Returning to Temecula. My Scavenger Hunt Sew-Along will begin on my blog in January 2020, so be sure to get your copy of Returning to Temecula—maybe add it to your Christmas wish list!

Returning to Temecula Sew-Along sneak peek
Sneak peek at January’s sew-along


Returning to TemeculaThank you for sharing more about your new book, Sheryl!

We have a copy of Returning to Temecula to give away today! To enter our random drawing, tell us in the comments:

Antique quilts: own some, want to own some, or want to remake some?

We’ll choose a winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck! And if you’re ready to return to Temecula today, you can purchase Returning to Temecula at our website and we’ll send you a link to download the eBook version for free.

Comments are closed for this post.

Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Mary, who says:

“I have the quilt made for my mother when she was born in 1939. It’s so funny that the top was made in 1939, but it wasn’t quilted until she got married in 1957.”

We’ll email you about your prize, Mary—congratulations!


578 Comments

  • I own a couple of antique quilts that came from my grandparents. I have been tempted to pick up more at antique stores but don’t have the room for them. Maybe some dah!

    —Sandy Allen on August 14, 2019
  • I do not own any – but I like to make them!

    Karen on August 14, 2019
  • I own two antique quilt tops. One was a gift and the other a swap meet find.

    —Lynn Haines on August 14, 2019
  • I’d love to own some antique quilts, but I’ll settle for making a few reproductions!

    —Jane on August 14, 2019
  • I’d love to own some antique quilts but until I can afford those I have made lots of my own remakes and will certainly be making more so this book would be perfect for me.

    —Sue Cahill on August 14, 2019
  • I own 2 doll quilts made in 1940’s by my grandmother and want to finish a full size quilt she started in that era.

    —Martha O. on August 14, 2019
  • From the time I learned to quilt nearly 30 years ago, I have been fascinated with antique quilts and little/miniature/dolly quilts. I loved finding the antique quilt, even if I couldn’t afford to buy it or wasn’t for sale, that spoke to me. I would sketch it and reproduce it in modern fabrics.

    —Marlene Clausen on August 14, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts and have been making wallhangings/tablerunners with antique fabric I have collected. I would love to make some of the patterns in this book!

    —Judi Rizzo on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any but I love to sew them. I can hardly wait to get started.

    —Arliene Zeigler on August 14, 2019
  • Like to remake some… interesting to bring modern colours to old designs.

    —Vicky on August 14, 2019
  • I love looking at the antiques quilts. I have some blocks that were made by a relative and not sure when. One of these days I want to finish them and put into a quilt. I like the old patterns and would like to remake them.

    —Theresa Powers on August 14, 2019
  • Really just wanna remake some!

    —Heather G on August 14, 2019
  • Love to remake them–they are so inspirational!

    —Lill on August 14, 2019
  • Don’t own any, but would love to recreate some!

    —Cathy B. on August 14, 2019
  • Years ago I inherited an antique quilt. Being a young mom I used it at a picnic with my daughter and husband. Of course it got dirty, so threw it in the washer. On My Gosh! When I took it out it was damaged in a couple of areas, which is so sad. I still cherish and display it on a quilt rack making sure the damaged section is hidden. One day I hope to repair it, but have never come across similar fabric.

    —Judy Kunkler on August 14, 2019
  • I have 2 one from my husbands family and one from my great grandmother but it is only the blocks. I love to remake them.

    —LeAnn Ryan on August 14, 2019
  • Really just wanna remake a bunch!

    —Heather G on August 14, 2019
  • I do own a quilt from the civil war area and one from the early part of the 20th century, and one from the 50s. I am sick when I remember the quilts from the 30s that my mom got from her grandmother that were used for picnics and such and thrown away! My quilting style is generally civil war, but at the moment I’m working on a 30s quilt.

    —Linda M Hahn on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to own an antique quilt from the New England region-or one of the Gee’s Bend quilts! That would be spectacular!!

    —Kate Kramer on August 14, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt made by my great grandmother. I do love civil war reproduction fabrics and they are my go to for most projects.

    —Janice Mc Laren on August 14, 2019
  • Don’t have any, but love them. I prefer old timey quilts to the modern quilts.

    —Arleen Curry on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own an antique quilt but I sure would love to! I love the warm colours they come in!

    —Judy Magnus on August 14, 2019
  • All the above. Quilts young and old feed my soul.

    —Betty on August 14, 2019
  • I definitely want to remake them! Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

    —Karen H on August 14, 2019
  • I do not have any antique quilts, but maybe my quilts will be antique quilts someday.

    —Linda Brennan on August 14, 2019
  • I would like to remake some.

    —Sherry Sartin on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any, but would love to own one.

    —Kathy A on August 14, 2019
  • I do own a few antique quilts that I cherish…from my family and my husband’s. All are different. From decorative to utility quilts, patchwork, crazy, and woven at the county fair!

    —Marilyn Fite on August 14, 2019
  • I have an Aunt that lives just outside of Temecula and was fortunate to visit her several years ago! Saw a few of the quilts that were made in the area and fell in love with the designs and was intrigued with the little details. Would love to hopefully receive this publication (hint, hint husband!!) and make a couple of the designs to give to a few of my cousins as a remembrance of my trip out there!

    —Barbara on August 14, 2019
  • I have the honor of caring for several antique quilts until they go to the next generation. Some made by my maternal grandmother and some came from my father’s side for which I have little provenance.
    The remaking of one quilt is on my project list. It was used so much it is coming apart at the seams. I keep a picture on my phone so I can try to source similar fabrics.
    Thanks for this opportunity to win such a lovely book!

    —Jetta on August 14, 2019
  • Would love to own one and love making them!

    —Susan E Torrington on August 14, 2019
  • Scrappy quilts are my very favorites. All the quilts in the book are pretty. I am especially intrigued by the miniature double wedding ring quilt with the mini quilt blocks in the melons. That one would be a challenge and fun to make!

    —Marilyn C. on August 14, 2019
  • Have some of my grandmother Mamie’s and have repaired binding.

    —jackie norwood on August 14, 2019
  • Have a Lone Star quilt my grandmother made before 1944.

    Mary Arntson on August 14, 2019
  • Antique quilts: own some, want more and I do recreate them 🙂 I always enjoy Sheryl’s projects and would love to win this book!

    Jeanne on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple of small antique quilts as well as a few full size quilts. None of them are in pristine condition but I love them as they are. I will even purchase cutter quilts and pieces.

    —Renée Welton on August 14, 2019
  • I have several antique quilts. One I bought at an estate sale for 30$ the others were made by my grandmother before the 1950s.

    —Anne L. Rightler on August 14, 2019
  • I have one that my grandmother and my mother worked on together
    I would love to make some from this book an I would love to own some more especially from my family.

    —Connie Hopper on August 14, 2019
  • Great looking projects

    —Karen on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t have any, but love the look of antique quilts! Reproduction fabrics are my favorite. I would love to remake some.

    —Kay on August 14, 2019
  • I have two older quilts but they are not in good condition. The history and journey connected with antique quilts is so captivating.

    —Barbara on August 14, 2019
  • I have a few quilts from my grandmother. I treasure them! My regret is that she passed away before she could teach me. She was a scrappy quilter and that is the kind of quilts I love the most! Thanks for a chance to win Returning to Temecula. I have Quirky Little Quits and I love it!

    —Carmen Montmarquet on August 14, 2019
  • I have 1 antique quilt from my husband’s aunt-a double wedding ring. Unfortunately, we were unable to find the one made for her sister, my husband’s mother. I LOVE antique & repro quilts & would enjoy having Sheryl’s new book.

    —Angelia Ulrich on August 14, 2019
  • I have several antique quilts. What amazes me is the even, small stitches of the hand quilting. Sew, sew beautiful. I know my hand quilting will never reach that level although I keep stitching away.

    —Charlotte Schindler on August 14, 2019
  • I own some have finished some and love them all. Grandma wasn’t a finisher but she started many that I finished, but my stitched are not as good as hers💐

    —Judy Thompson on August 14, 2019
  • I love little quilts. They make good table toppers and wall hangings and I can finish one sooner than a big quilt. Would love to win the new book.

    Gracie Adams on August 14, 2019
  • I have some that were made by my grandmother around the time that I was born and just before.

    —jo c on August 14, 2019
  • I have an old quilt my grandmother made for me over 70 years ago. I love the antique quilts and the stories behind them.

    —Mary-Betty Sylvia on August 14, 2019
  • Own a few and love them!

    —Lin on August 14, 2019
  • I have inherited several antique quilts from my husband’s family. But I love to remake some when I find a pattern that I fall in love with. This looks like a wonderful book to add to my library!

    —Ann West on August 14, 2019
  • I have a couple of antique quilts. What an inspiration they are! The tiny, handmade stitches and the lovely, though faded, colors. Someday my own quilts will be antiques. I hope they will hold up as well as these.

    —Marjorie Avery on August 14, 2019
  • I do not own any antique quilts, but wish I did. I love the look of them.

    —Linda Hulen on August 14, 2019
  • Love antique quilts

    —Teresa Omert on August 14, 2019
  • Love those little quilts!!

    —LuAnn Reinagle on August 14, 2019
  • Antique quilts: the scavenger hunt sounds like fun!

    —Marja on August 14, 2019
  • the vintage quilts i have were made by my mother all by hand.

    —Carolyn Montgomery on August 14, 2019
  • I want to remake some of the beautiful ones from the past.

    —Lisa on August 14, 2019
  • Years ago, when a great great aunt passed away, I was given all her sewing "stuff". In the bottom of the boxes, I discovered two old quilt tops that she had pieced by hand. She was a tailor for wealthy families, so the fabrics are unusual, to say the least!!

    —MKR on August 14, 2019
  • I do not own any antique quilts but admire many my friend has. I would love to own this new book and make one myself. I love these small quilts as tabletoppers etc.

    —Lois J on August 14, 2019
  • I’ve been given a number of vintage quilts which needed a home (mine!)…I can’t believe that people give them away! Washed and displayed, they are beautiful, even if a little ragged, and I’ve learned new blocks from some of them.

    —Gail Mackay on August 14, 2019
  • I have a couple that my grandmother made. I love the look and colors of antique quilts.

    —Mary on August 14, 2019
  • I have three "antique" quilts that my grandmother made by hand–sitting in a rocker chair. Scrappy, crooked, lumpy batting. They are special. I did not know this woman or ever get to learn from her how to quilt.

    —carol on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any, but for me it is the antique quilt that is the real deal. It’s cozy and speaks of old times when fabric and talent were valuable. Quits were made because they were useful, they recycled the fabrics they had and then arranged the squares to make something out of nothing. Love that.

    —Jenny Spielman on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few, always looking for more and I would love to remake some also!

    —Lillie Guitreau on August 14, 2019
  • Love antique quilts. Made a copy of the only surviving quilt of my husband’s grandmother. Love to make more.

    —Linda Gidos on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any but definitely want to re-make them. Thanks for the chance, beautiful quilts!

    —Lisa C on August 14, 2019
  • I love to make antique quilt reproductions. Definitely my favorite ! Thank you for the chance to win this book. It looks right up my alley!

    Mary

    —Mary Kastner on August 14, 2019
  • Don’t own any antique quilts but, since I love the looks of them, I like remaking them. Temecula quilts are gorgeous!

    —Sue Hoover on August 14, 2019
  • Love antique quilts but do not have any. I have made a couple reproductions.

    —Gail on August 14, 2019
  • I love antique quilts and own some. I would like to make some.

    —Mary Beth McKelvey on August 14, 2019
  • Unfortunately there were no antique family quilts to pass down to me, so I have to be content to make lots of my own reproduction ones. Love Temecula patterns and sew alongs!

    —Donna on August 14, 2019
  • I own several that my grandmother made over 70 years ago.

    —Sylvia on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own antique quilts, but belong to a quilt study group that studies them. I like to make reproductions.

    —Kathie L on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple family antique quilts. Love the minis that Temecula makes.

    —Sue L on August 14, 2019
  • I own two antique quilts, one definitely and one probably made by my great-great-grandmother.

    —Sally Howard on August 14, 2019
  • want to own some!

    —Amy Cofer on August 14, 2019
  • Yes, Yes, Yes!!!

    Sandy Trachsel on August 14, 2019
  • I love all those little quilts. I do not own any antique quilts but would really like to try and recreate some.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win the book,which I would love so I could start trying my hand at making them.😊

    —Jan Healey on August 14, 2019
  • Only 1 of my quilts is antique. As a friend was passing she gave each friend a memory of our friendship. Mine was the quilt com her childhood be, a lovely Ocean Waves from post Civil War. I treasure it for so many reasons.

    —Kathy Gaines on August 14, 2019
  • I’d love to own some but the cost of them makes it impossible. Seeing old quilts is why I learned to quilt. I’ve made a few that are remakes of antiques.

    —April Lopez on August 14, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt from my grandma and that’s it/ I do enjoy sewing up reproductions though!

    —Marcia Burt on August 14, 2019
  • Oh my! So much better than candy! Love these quilts. I don’t own any antique quilts, but my mom has some, and one in particular will be mine.

    —Linda Pickenpaugh on August 14, 2019
  • I absolutely love Antique quilts and fabrics. I collect reproduction fabrics all the time to make my own "Antique Quilts".

    —Denise Laverriere on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to make some. I love old patchwork quilts!

    —Susan Stanton on August 14, 2019
  • I own several plus a couple of tops plus a small stash of reproduction fabric that I would like to sew up.

    —Cassy L. on August 14, 2019
  • I do own a few antique quilts and love them. I also love to make quilts that mimic an antique. I just love the look of old quilts.

    —Maria L Zook on August 14, 2019
  • I have a quilt that my mother made in 1935 as she was traveling by train from Iowa to Oregon to start a new life. My sister made a copy of it a few years ago. They look very much alike. I have it folded up and draped over a high chair that was my fathers. The chair is over a hundred years old. It’s a find remembrance of my wonderful parents.

    —June Mutterer on August 14, 2019
  • I have a crazy quilt and a log caabin from my grandmother and Aunt. Used the crazy quilt as inspiration for a class I caught in that design.

    —Sylvia Schmidt on August 14, 2019
  • I adore antique quilts and am currently sitting on one that needs a little TLC! Unfortunately, it is not mine to keep!

    —Kathy Kranenburg on August 14, 2019
  • I bought two flimsies at as yard sale and am going to quilt them. I think they are from the thirties.

    —Joy Kidwell on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t have any antique quilts but would love to own some. I love to look at the old fabrics and colour choices.

    —Judith Hogan on August 14, 2019
  • I have a sunbonnet Sue made for me in the 1940’s, so sweet, by my grandma! And a very tattered quilt from late 1800’s. And a few more. As I have made bigger bed size quilts, making smaller wall quilts is now is my direction. This book looks wonderful and very inspirational.

    —Marilynn D-R on August 14, 2019
  • I have a set of blocks that were hand pieced by my great-grandmother and one top that I bought at an auction that I hope to quilt some day.

    —Nancy Tubb on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but I love making reproductions. Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Becky on August 14, 2019
  • I have several old and antique tops but nothing of intrinsic value.njust ones used and loved but still pretty. Would love to have the new book!

    —Tina W. on August 14, 2019
  • I own just a few vintage quilts, but enjoy making repros.

    —Gail on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts. I really like some of the patterns and would make them…but in more modern muted fabrics.

    —Cindy F on August 14, 2019
  • I own quite a few antique quilts made by my grandmother and great-aunts!

    —Robin May on August 14, 2019
  • Want one…when it speaks to me.

    —Melody Lutz on August 14, 2019
  • I would want to make those quilts from antique quilts. I love these little quilts.

    —beth d. on August 14, 2019
  • I want to remake

    —Barbara Noel on August 14, 2019
  • I own one from my grandmother

    —chris zofkie on August 14, 2019
  • Want to own some.

    —Patricia Anderson on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but reproducing them would be fun.

    —MoeWest on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to own some antique quilts

    —Nancy Szarowicz on August 14, 2019
  • I would like to remake some.

    —Rita Long on August 14, 2019
  • My Grandmother gave a quilt to each of her grandchildren before she passed away. I was blessed to receive her beautiful double wedding ring quilt.

    —Lisa on August 14, 2019
  • I found my first antique quilt at a garage sale. It was in a pile of things in the dirt, all priced at a dollar each. The quilt was filthy and.pretty ragged, but the idea of someone’s hours of loving hand work being treated that way inspired me to take it home and give it some TLC. It is still ragged, but now clean, draped over a blanket stand, bringing cheer to the room.

    —Barbara on August 14, 2019
  • I do have an antique quilt top and some antique maple leaf blocks from my grandmother. Antique mini quilts are my favorite to make.

    —Betsy on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but I wouldn’t mind owning some. Since I enjoy making the best, I do like and have recreated a couple antique quilts.

    Shasta Matova on August 14, 2019
  • I love antique quilts,I have one.book looks great!

    —Sharoon on August 14, 2019
  • Yes, I do have a few antique quilts, large and small and I love all. I do make quite a few small quilts–mostly copies of antique quilts. They go so fast that I can make several at a time.

    —Paddy Eastman on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to own some and recreate some.

    —Caryn S on August 14, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt. The book looks great!

    —Sharon on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few old quilts….I love looking at the fabrics in each one of them!

    —Cindy Berry on August 14, 2019
  • I own antique quilts made by both grandmothers and one great-grandmother. I also have some of my maternal grandmother’s fabric and pulled a piece not long ago to use in a project. When I ironed it I could smell grandma! I hope to leave a legacy like that for my children and grandchildren.

    —Jana Robertson on August 14, 2019
  • All of the above! I own one antique quilt that was hand pieced and quilted by my great grandma. I hope to own some more someday and I definitely want to make some!

    —CHRISTINE E on August 14, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt made by my father’s aunt. It is not spectacular, but I just love the bubblegum pink and bright green fabrics!

    —Wendy Fairchild on August 14, 2019
  • I own antique quilts made by my great-grandmothers! Since they were all scrappy, maybe that is why the only quilts I make now are scrappy.

    —C Davis on August 14, 2019
  • I love to remake them!

    —Deb G. in VA on August 14, 2019
  • I really enjoy Quirky Little Quilts . Making doll quilts for grandchildren.

    —Mary on August 14, 2019
  • I would definitely like to make some of the antique pattern quilts.

    —Carol Gearey on August 14, 2019
  • I have several family quilts and some crazy quilt pieces. I would like to get started in recreating a quilt.

    —Barbara E. Morse on August 14, 2019
  • I have several lovely antique quilts my Mom purchased years ago. I have also purchased antique tops that I would love to finish someday. I like to make Civil war era quilts the best!

    —Bonney on August 14, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt, but I’d like to make some reproduction quilts
    with the small amount of fabrics that I have. Just need the patterns!

    —June D on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple of antiques, but I really love making reproductions of antiques.

    This looks like a wonderful book and can’t wait to get it!

    Thanks for an awesome giveaway and I really hope I win!

    —susan on August 14, 2019
  • I own 1 antique quilt, and am on the look-out for more.

    —Judy B Bowers on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple 1930 quilt tops that my Dad helped make, while living on the farm when he was a child. They are tucked away, and I think about quilting them, but things get in the way, probably like they did back when they were made.

    —Janet T on August 14, 2019
  • Own a few, want more. And making them would be fun too!

    —Lenny Truitt on August 14, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts and especially appreciate the ones with a make-do type of pattern. You wonder what the story is behind the creation?

    —Annette F. on August 14, 2019
  • I own 1 that has been passed down in the family. Love the sentiment attached. Thanks for this giveway!

    —Janey on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts and I love to look at them and garner inspiration for future projects that are similar, but not true copies of the originals. I accept the fact that my skill level is not near the original maker’s , and I wouldn’t want to go on comparing my work to hers.

    —Teri N on August 14, 2019
  • I’m lucky to have several antique quilts made by my great grandmother.

    —Janna on August 14, 2019
  • This book looks wonderful and I love all the designs.

    —Barbara on August 14, 2019
  • I own only one antique quilt and would love to create some new ones. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    —Cynthia Corredine on August 14, 2019
  • I have a few quilts that my grandmother made, but I also would like
    to remake some of the antique patterns.

    —Toni A on August 14, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts, some made by family members. I also sew mostly with civil war and reproduction fabrics so love the antique/vintage look.

    —Ann on August 14, 2019
  • I have some old quilts but I prefer making my own now.

    —Janice on August 14, 2019
  • I can answer your questions, all with a resounding YES! I do own many antique quits, want to own more and love to remake antique quilts as well. There is something about their timeless beauty that attracts me. I’m more of a traditionalist and appreciate all of the designs that innovative quilters have come up with in the past. However, we’re the lucky ones as we have so many wonderful modern tools to make our sewing much easier,thus giving us more time to churn them out faster so we can make even more! This new book looks amazing and I can’t wait to see more.

    —Nancy O'Keefe on August 14, 2019
  • I have a few antique quilts that my Aunt made.

    elr on August 14, 2019
  • I treasure old quilts and love looking at the inventive piecing of them. I’ve made a few modern versions of those patterns, but if I win, I’m going to make these small quilts out of recycled men’s shirts and vintage linens.
    Thanks for the opportunity to get creative in a different way!

    —Robbin Golden on August 14, 2019
  • I’d like to make these antique quilt patterns 🙂

    —Kris on August 14, 2019
  • I do not own any but would like to.

    —Judy Sanders on August 14, 2019
  • Love to remake antique quilts especially in miniature versions. Favorites are basket quilts.

    —Karen Keeler on August 14, 2019
  • If the quilts from my Grandmother that are 85 years old count then I own some.

    —Christi on August 14, 2019
  • Own a couple, one I felt sorry for-it’s in bad shape BUT it’s a double wedding ring with 30’s fabric! Hand pieced, I had to save it from being trash. Would love the new book

    —Jenny on August 14, 2019
  • Love quilts, old quilts and new ones made to look old, would love to win this book.Thanks for another great giveaway.

    —Grams on August 14, 2019
  • I am the first quilter in my family so I don’t have any from a previous generation. I would love to make some reproductions.

    —Patricia on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts passed down from my husbands family and I’ve purchased a couple from flea markets and garage sales…yes garage sales. Couldn’t believe they wanted to sell them and I even begged them to keep them but they just didn’t want to keep them. Oh well my gain. A BEAUTIFUL hand stitched and hand quilted Double Wedding Ring. I’d love to make a Sun Bonnet Sue quilt someday.

    —Tiffanee Noack on August 14, 2019
  • I have a few vintage/antique quilts and I am recreating a Grandmother’s Flower Garden made by my paternal grandmother in 1930.

    —Joye Cox on August 14, 2019
  • I have a few family quilts that are, unfortunately, not in great shape. Keep debating whether they are salvageable or not. But I like old quilts & enjoy the reproduction/ re-creation process.

    —Stephanie on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple (one of which is unlabeled, but I have all the info to make a label for it), and I would love to remake some myself (love the style)!

    —Teri D. Gailey on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple of antique quilts and would love to duplicate others.
    I love the fabrics and patterns the Temecula Quilt Co uses. I am an avid
    follower of their blog. Would love to have the new book!

    —Pam Losely on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to start getting a few antique quilts , have made a few, none are reproductions- yet 😉

    —Kare on August 14, 2019
  • I have one quilt handed down from my husband’s family and two tops from my mother’s family. I would love to make some small reproduction quilts.

    —Deborah B. on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t have any but enjoy remaking them.

    —Donna on August 14, 2019
  • Remake some! Very nice book!

    Denise L. on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antiques quilts. But I sure do love them. I have a wonderful collection of vintage fabric. I am waiting for just the right pattern to come along and move me so that I can get started on cutting into them.

    —Lisa on August 14, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts made by my Grandmothers, and LOVE antique blocks. I am currently working on an antique quilt reproduction.

    —barbara blair on August 14, 2019
  • I have an amazing quilt from my great grandmother. It is a heavily embroidered wool crazy quilt. The wool is starting to dissolve from behind the embroidery and I would love to find some way to save it.

    I love reproduction quilts and I am currently saving fabrics for one, but have not picked a pattern. I am sure I could find a great pattern in the "Returning to Temecula" Book. Thanks for this opportunity to share. — DebE

    —Deborah on August 14, 2019
  • I definitely would love to own some but making one would be the next best thing. I just love the colors used in antique quilts. They look so cozy.

    —Lynn Darcy on August 14, 2019
  • I am first generation quilter in our family so I have no antique quilts passes down. My sister does have a small quilt passed down from my step father’s family that was made from silk hat linings in the late 1800’s. It is so bright and in such wonderful shape. A real treasure.
    I have made a house full of quilts of all sizes and love them all. Love making the smaller quilts, they make wonderful gifts on short notice.

    —connie in florissant on August 14, 2019
  • I’m a quilter, but don’t own any antique quilts–yet. I do have several of my maternal grandmother’s hand embroidered table runners, and several of my paternal grandmother’s hankerchiefs which were hand crocheted around the edges, and some did have her initial embroidered on them!

    —MS Barb on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few, and would like to make some reproductions.

    —Terry on August 14, 2019
  • I own two quilts, one from each side of my husbands grandparents. I would love to make more like these quilts.

    —Cindy on August 14, 2019
  • Own one that my mother made.

    —Sharon on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any (yet). But remaking them is great fun! I would love to win the book. If not, it will have to go on the Christmas list.

    —Cindy on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t know what counts as antique, but I have the baby quilts my grandmother made for each of my siblings and me. They would all be at least 60 years old. Not in great shape, but lots of memories.

    —Susan N. on August 14, 2019
  • I have two quilts, one from 1920 and one from 1930–are those considered antique? I would love to learn to remake an antique quilt!

    —Linda M on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to remake an antique quilt.

    —Dena on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to own an antique quilt

    —Kathy Luehrs on August 14, 2019
  • My vintage quilts come from my grandmother. She started quilting early as a necessity but then evolved into the love of quilting and sewing. These are simple patterns, but the memories of favorite clothes and curtains make me laugh! We only use cotton and her quilts were from anything and everything!!

    Lana Mason on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any, but as I get more "in to" scrappy quilts, I’ve developed a better appreciation for them. I’d love to make some small versions!

    —Angela N. on August 14, 2019
  • I want to make as many reproduction quilts that I can!

    —Shannon Miller on August 14, 2019
  • Ido not own any but would LOVE to make one that might go on in my family….!
    The Citrus quilt is AMAZING!

    —Marion Lisko on August 14, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt! I plan to make one that looks old.

    —Margaret Dalmer on August 14, 2019
  • I own some family antique quilts AND would very much like to recreate some of the beautiful quilts in the book!Beautiful!!

    —Becky Bynum on August 14, 2019
  • I’m fortunate to own several antique quilts which I love to display through the year!

    —Ellie Lively on August 14, 2019
  • Own one and want to remake several!

    —Priscila Brine on August 14, 2019
  • The antique quilts inspire me to make smaller versions. The designs and color combinations never get old!

    —Bette on August 14, 2019
  • Recreate a wonderful old quilt

    —Elaine on August 14, 2019
  • I like to try making the patterns of antique quilts.

    —Mary Brott on August 14, 2019
  • I am not sure what the definition of ‘antique’ is for quilts. But I have a couple of quilts that were made by one of my husband’s relatives in the early 50’s. They aren’t in the best shape, because they were used and loved. But isn’t that what a quilt is for?

    Barbara Johnson on August 14, 2019
  • I want to remake some Antique quilts! I have one old quilt top made with green and peach colored borders and scrappy blocks.

    —Nicole Sender on August 14, 2019
  • I LOVE antique quilts! I own a couple of them and would like to own more too! Remaking them with reproduction fabrics by hand piecing is my favorite thing to do!

    —Vicki Sprain on August 14, 2019
  • I do have some antique quilts! Some have come down in my family and one I purchased. They are all treasures to me. I also enjoy making quilts from “old” quilt block patterns.

    —Sandal on August 14, 2019
  • I do own some antique quilts. I even bought one in not-great condition because I wanted to make one like it. It is still on my "to do" list.

    —Melissa Gerber on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t want to own any, but I would love to make my own. I do have two of my grandma’s quilts (my maternal grandma) that she made in the early 1950’s that aren’t antique but are special to me.

    —Carol C on August 14, 2019
  • I like to remake antique quilts.

    —Debra Freese on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple but also like to remake them.

    —Karen Gibson on August 14, 2019
  • I do own some and I would like to reproduce some. The book looks like it’s full of pretty choices.

    —Linda B. on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts from both sides of our family and also want to remake a few that I have seen.

    —Debra Miller on August 14, 2019
  • I finally finished my Dear Jane quilt and did it in colors like the original. I love it!

    —Laurie Morgan on August 14, 2019
  • I do own a couple antique quilts, and I love reproducing them! I also love collecting old blocks that need someone to love them!

    —Mary on August 14, 2019
  • I’d like to remake some antique quilts.

    —louise haddon on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but I would like to make small versions of them. Hope that future generations will cherish quilts I have made for my family and friends.

    —SandyMay on August 14, 2019
  • I own several of my grandmothers quilts which were made in the thirties.

    —Jackie Wisherd on August 14, 2019
  • Want to remake some more. I like to use, not just display, the quilts I own.

    —Dixie on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t any yet, but would love to make some of my own…

    —Tamara on August 14, 2019
  • Antique quilts – I own several, I want to own more, and I reproduce them and others all the time!

    —Terry on August 14, 2019
  • I have a quilt top. Friends made the blocks and put their embroidered initials in the center of each block. It is Dresden plate blocks. This quilt was made for my mother. I know she married in 1938. I’ve always been drawn to civil repro fabrics. Some of my favorite quilts I’ve made are with 1930’s repro and civil war reproduction.

    —Betty Beard on August 14, 2019
  • I didn’t have any quilters in my family but I do like to make quilts myself. I like the older, simpler quilts more than the modern ones. I bought an antique quilt years ago, from the 30’s or 40’s, I’ve been told, & it really isn’t a pretty one, but I figured if I’m asleep, it won’t matter, right? BUT it is probably my most comfortable quilt–when you’re under it, you don’t seem to get too hot or too cold, it’s just right! And my 3 cats have loved it, too.

    —Trish Ferranti on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple of family heirlooms, and have purchased a few at tag sales and on line. I’m close to running out of space, but I’m sure there’s room for a couple more!

    —SALLY A ATKINSON on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t currently own any, but I love recreating them. Little quilts are great, I enjoy making them, trying out different patterns before doing a "large" quilt, or being able to complete one in just a few weeks, hand stitching in the evenings.

    —MaryAnn Mairs on August 14, 2019
  • I only own one antique quilt that my great grandmother made, but I’m always on the lookout for them!

    Kristin on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but really enjoying seeing them.
    Maybe someday, mine will be an antique for my grandchildren.

    —Jane on August 14, 2019
  • Would like to recreate an antique quilt one day.

    —Jenny on August 14, 2019
  • Like to remake antique quilts

    —Martha Henrichs on August 14, 2019
  • I do own several antique quilts and would love to own more.

    —Linda on August 14, 2019
  • I have my mother’s quilt top that she made in the 1930’s or maybe early 1940’s. I don’t know why she never finished it. It’s beautiful but some of the pieces have rotted (especially the blue ones). I would really like to know how to fix those spots and to finish it with batting and backing.

    —Judith Carlon on August 14, 2019
  • I love antique quilts. Civil war era is my favorite. I’ve made many quilts, but the older ones I own unfortunately are from the 1930s and 1970s. I wish I could find really old quilts that are affordable. Those that were in the industry or hobby in the 1970s and early 1980s had their pick of old quilts for hardly any cost at all. Boy have times changed and values increased! I was born in 1972 so I missed out on that period.

    —Tonya Hartnell on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any, because no one in my family quilts, but I would love to – the oldest quilt I own is a double wedding ring quilt made by my ex-husband’s grandmother.

    —Karen on August 14, 2019
  • Antique quilts, love them, made then, display them. I’m an antique too, but not from the Civil War era.

    —Stephanie Woodward on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but I’ve just started making scrappy quilts so I’d like to make a reproduction.

    —Elaine Cz on August 14, 2019
  • Ihad some lovely old quilts my grandmother and great-grandmother had made but both got damaged or lost by husbands. I had one quilt outside to air. It was made from the wool fabrics from my ancient grandfathers suits and coats. Lined with WWII army blanket. I forgot to watch it every minute and it got taken to the local homeless shelter. Tried to recover it, but it was gone. I’m glad that I have a good memory of it to hold onto. Love the looks of this little book and would be delighted to own it.

    Linda on August 14, 2019
  • I have a few antique quilts made by my and my husband’s relatives. I love to look at them.

    —Joanne L Wilson on August 14, 2019
  • I have two from my husbands Great great grandmothers . My husband is 69 so they are very old. One is a crazy and the other is grandmas flowers. I think that is what it is called. I have to OS only would live do hand quilt . They are very special. I am a quilter , I have been quilting for 19 years. Kinda went crazy I now have 13 seeing machines old and new ones!!! Would live the book. My daughter use to live in Temecula!!!

    —Alice alred on August 14, 2019
  • I have a few antique quilts and I love using them.

    —Karen A on August 14, 2019
  • I have some Antique Quilts made by husbands family and also some from my Grandmother on my Mother’s side. I treasure these quilts.

    —Rita S on August 14, 2019
  • Own one. Have one made of antique Dresden plate blocks. But love repo fabric and the quilts made from them.

    —Ann on August 14, 2019
  • I own a couple vintage quilts, but I think recreating vintage designs is more fun!

    —Karen Martin on August 14, 2019
  • I’m lucky to have several quilts from my lady ancestors.

    —Diana O on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t have any but would love to own one!

    Nancy on August 14, 2019
  • I own an antique quilt. It was given to me by a friend’s mother when her father-in-law passed away. The family didn’t want those old blankets,but my friend’s mother saw the value. And luckily, she shared one with me.

    —Gillian P Romain on August 14, 2019
  • Would love to try some of these. I do not own any antique quilts. Maybe I could make one for the next generation. Thanks for giving us the chance to win!

    —Margie Wineland on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t have any antique quilts, but I would love to own one.

    —Bonnie on August 14, 2019
  • I have a couple antique quilts that were handed down in my family, and I would love to acquire some more.

    —Mary Durham on August 14, 2019
  • I have a quilt made by my grandmother before I was made. It is clear from her work, she saw this as something to keep warm and paid no attention to stitch size or corners meeting. This was a ‘working quilt’ that I slept under as a child, made tent forts and had picnics on and the wear shows, but I am sure she would rather we made proper use of it rather than store it away.

    —sue atkins on August 14, 2019
  • Have 1 old one, wish I had more but love to work on that kind of project!

    —Becky L. on August 14, 2019
  • I love antique quilts! I don’t own any, but I know they would be a treasure to have!!

    —Pat Klem on August 14, 2019
  • The old quilts transform me back to a time when I watched my grandmother and others from church drop the rack and quilt for an afternoon once a week. Oh, how I wish I could make those tiny stitches, and hey didn’t go to the store and buy fabric, they made do with what they had

    jean massey on August 14, 2019
  • Yes, yes and yes. I have vintage quilts and I have a collection of reproduction fabrics.

    —Betty on August 14, 2019
  • Looks like a great book! Want to remake some Antique quilts!

    —Rose C on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts, and I would love to remake some of them.

    —Julie Kennedy on August 14, 2019
  • I want to learn more about antique quilts. I love the vintage look of the fabrics, and I would be totally thrilled if I could win your book!

    —Carrie on August 14, 2019
  • I have a couple of antique quilts, but I really like mini quilts, and especially working with civil war fabrics.

    —Jan Horn on August 14, 2019
  • I own some antique quilts (and a quilt top) and would also like to remake some. So much inspiration!

    —Karen Seitz on August 14, 2019
  • The oldest quilt I have was made by my grandma. It was one she made in her later years. I had two of her earlier quilts that I lost in a house fire. 😥 I would love to own some antique quilts and even some vintage ones. I have helped repair a couple of antique quilts that were a friend’s. It is stressful to me to know if I am doing it correctly so that it helps preserve it and not take away from it’s value.

    —Cindy Hoover on August 14, 2019
  • I am lucky enough to own several family heirloom quilts. Plus I own an antique Japanese quilt bought at a flea market in Okinawa.

    —Connie Koontz on August 14, 2019
  • I own a quilt made by my great grandmother. Probably around 1881

    —Marguerite Namdar on August 14, 2019
  • Looks like a great book with many quilts I would love to make. I think I would start with Circus Circles.

    —Kay McCaffery on August 14, 2019
  • I owned a lovely old appliqued butterfly quilt. However, it was lost in a flood.

    —Geri on August 14, 2019
  • I have a Dresden quilt my Grandmother made very scrappy,there are also some circles not appliqued that I need to decide to add or not ?, it heeds a bit of work like new batting(cotton batting was the original) and backing (an old sheet).

    —ELIZAJANE on August 14, 2019
  • I have a Dresden quilt my Grandmother made very scrappy,there are also some circles not appliqued that I need to decide to add or not ?, it heeds a bit of work like new batting(cotton batting was the original) and backing (an old sheet).

    —Elizabeth Cross on August 14, 2019
  • I have a couple of quilts that I received from my grandmother’s family.

    —REnee G on August 14, 2019
  • I would like to remake an antique quilt, especially in miniature – so cute.

    —Cynthia on August 14, 2019
  • I own one older family quilt, but I’ve seen many designs that I want to remake! Thank you for the giveaway!

    —Paula B on August 14, 2019
  • I don’t own any; I wouldn’t minding owning some; mostly I like to reproduce antique quilts with my own twist.

    Joy on August 14, 2019
  • Want to remake them. I love to be inspired by antique quilts and I love to sew. Another gorgeous book!

    —Janet Olmstead on August 14, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts that were made by my grandmothers. But I love to reproduce them!

    —Pam on August 14, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts. They were made by my great-great grandmother and by my great-grandmother and are over 100 years old. I also have quilts made by my grandmother and her two sisters that are over 50 years old. I treasure these heirlooms and hope that my descendants treasure mine.

    —Virginia in AK on August 14, 2019
  • Yes, I have my grandmorhers.They are such beautiful ones.

    —JANE LARKE on August 14, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt that my great grandmother made.

    —Judith Martinez on August 14, 2019
  • I love old quilts, but I’d rather reproduce them. That way they have a better chance of holding up to today’s use.

    —Barbara McDonald on August 14, 2019
  • I have two quilts made by two of my great grandmothers. One quilt spent most of its life in a "hope chest" and is in great shape. The other is very worn, having seen "everyday use," including time as my own childhood bed cover. Alice Walker’s short story "Everyday Use" involves quilts and makes me consider and re-consider my relationship to these "family heirlooms."

    —Margery on August 14, 2019
  • Own some antiques , have made some reproductions, and want to make more!

    —Joanne Sattler on August 14, 2019
  • I would love to own antique quilts.

    —Denise Campbell on August 15, 2019
  • I own a couple of antique quilts. One of them was made by my Grandma around 1930—the year my father was born. It’s a personal treasure! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great miniature quilt book—my favorite type of quilt! 🙂

    —Mary Jo on August 15, 2019
  • I have one quilt from the thirties from mu Grandmother. But love all old quilts and want to make some.

    —Karen on August 15, 2019
  • Civil war quilts keep calling to me

    —Kerry Grose on August 15, 2019
  • I have a hand pieced and quilted Grandmother’s Garden quilt made by my grandmother. I believe it was made in the late 70s or early 80s, so it’s not an antique (yet!) I recently discovered it when helping my dad to ready his house for a move. What a treasure!

    —Gina S. on August 15, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts, & I always keep an eye out for more. I also have recreated some antique quilts, & plan to make some more. I’ve been collecting 30’s & civil war prints for quite some time. I just need to find the right patterns to use them.

    —Susan L. on August 15, 2019
  • I have a star quilt made by both of my grandmothers one piece to it and the other Quilted it. I have loved it for 35 years. It is starting to show a lot of wear and tear but it means so much to me. It is a constant reminder of my family heritage!

    —Deborah on August 15, 2019
  • Own some! I was fortunate enough my grandmother left me a few her mother made. I actually entered 1 of them as antique category & won 1st place. (Well, my great grandmother did, lol)Thank you.

    —Lisa Wilhite on August 15, 2019
  • Own a few and love recreating old quilts! Love this book!

    —Janice on August 15, 2019
  • I own some antique quilt blocks, and I like to remake antiques (or vintage) quilts in today’s fabrics.

    —Kathleen Roslasky on August 15, 2019
  • I grew up with several antique quilts, and, they, along with the ones my mother stitched and hand quilted in the 1970s inspired my love of quilting. I love the photos from the book, and I would love to read this book.

    —JEAN DAVIS on August 15, 2019
  • Hello fellow quilt lovers! I don’t own any antique quilts but would love to some sweet day😀however the ones that I do have are well on their way to becoming antique quilts!Lol! I have made reproductions of one’s I seen here and there over the years. Would love to get this book!

    —Anna Ryan on August 15, 2019
  • I have several antique (1940) quilts made by my husband’s aunt. Bubble gum pink. The grand children love sleeping under them. Perfect weight. And I let them’. simple nine patches. Also one made from wool scraps. That is very heavy. Actually found that there is another quilt inside of it. I appreciate designers replicating the old patterns as well as the new.

    —Dotti Hossler on August 15, 2019
  • I do own several antique quilts that have been handed down through family.

    —Linda Stutzman on August 15, 2019
  • Love to see old quilts made in contemporary fabrics

    —Dana Flanders on August 15, 2019
  • Other than collecting fabric, I’m not much of a collector. So I’ll say remaking antique quilts whic I do happen to do.

    —Becky Rabalais on August 15, 2019
  • Although I am not fortunate to own one, I love antique quilts. I am always amazed by The detail and handwork. As a novice quilter I am always looking for new projects and these look wonderful! I particularly like Patchwork Plates and Lovely Ladders!

    —Kathy Tandaric on August 15, 2019
  • I have a few antique quilts, made by my mother or grandmonther. I like little quilts…so fast to make.Would love to win this book. There is a long cold winter coming and I will have time for crafts!

    —Margaret Hynes on August 15, 2019
  • The earliest quilt I own is my baby quilt- about 65 years old. But I would like to reproduce any of those in the new book!

    —Susan on August 15, 2019
  • I own several of my grandmother’s quilts and they are my prized possessions. I have bought vintage quilts as well as tops and had the tops quilted. I am drawn to traditional blocks and would love to make a churn dash quilt.

    —Alycia on August 15, 2019
  • I have quilts my Grandmothers made. The quilt block patterns from the past are my favorite to use in the quilts I make.

    —Vivian on August 15, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts made by my great grandmother, and grandmothers. Some are 16″ squares in the crazy quilt pattern. I really need to put them in some project. It is on my retirement bucket list. However, I keep seeing new projects like in Returning to Temecula.

    —Donna K on August 15, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts that were in the family, but would also love to make some!

    Nancy Watkins on August 15, 2019
  • I have several quilts, tops and block sets that my great grandmother and grandmother made. The fabrics and colors are fabulous. And yes, I would love to try to recreate some of the patterns.

    —Julie Kaye on August 15, 2019
  • I own one antique doll quilt and one vintage doll quilt. I would enjoy owning more but actually get more enjoyment out of making my own. I have Sheryl’s first book, Quirky Little Quilts, and know I would enjoy this new book also!

    —Nyla Dominguez on August 15, 2019
  • I own a couple of antique quilts… I love re-making them. These look like so much fun!!

    —Carol Collier on August 15, 2019
  • Yes, I own too many… what does one do with them all? I donated some to our Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fibre Arts, Inc. I felt that if they were that good, that is where they belong. Also own too many books, but love them all and would love another.

    —Joanne Stevenson on August 15, 2019
  • Love old quilts and the stories behind them. I also love remaking them. The fabrics of today that are duplicating quilts of the past are beautiful.

    —Darliss Peabody on August 15, 2019
  • I own a couple of older quilts from my mother-in-law but I don’t believe they are old enough to be classified as "antique". The piecing on them is not as small as the Temecula quilts you show. Winning the Return to Temecula book and joining the sew-along would be fun. Thanks for the chance.

    —Clara Chandler on August 15, 2019
  • I love the simple warmth that vintage quilts and reproductions give to a home. They are so filled with love. I own one vintage quilt that is proudly displayed.

    —Cathy Ashford on August 15, 2019
  • love antique quilts but do not own any, waiting for my quilts to become antiques

    —Judy Rogers on August 15, 2019
  • I’ve made adaptations from 3 historial antique quilts. The originals are all museums but had patterns available. I treasure each!
    The quilts featured in Temecula’s quilting book are beautiful!

    —Lynn Schumacher on August 15, 2019
  • I would like to own some antique quilts. I love Sheryl’s style. I’m currently in a block of the month club at my local quilt shop. We’re on month 7 of The Temecula Album Quilt and it is going to be gorgeous!

    —Sarah Till on August 15, 2019
  • I only own two antique (Civil War era) Hexie Rosettes but recently purchased one vintage quilt that just needs binding and one top that I have dreams of finishing. However, I know the only way to fully satiate my love of antique quilts would be to remake as many as I can! To that end, Sheryl’s Temecula designs are always such eye candy and inspiration! What a great follow-up to the first book.

    Vivian B. on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but would love reproduce one. Doll quilts are the most doable, so thats where I’m starting!

    Sandy Robinson on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts yet.. I do however own 2 quilts that were received as wedding gifts 47 years ago.

    —Linda Taylor on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any, but I’d love to make my own!

    —Kim Quinter on August 15, 2019
  • I love antique quilts, I don’t, however own any. I have made a few based on antique quilts. And other styles too.

    —Kathy Davenport on August 15, 2019
  • Own some! fixing them. My grandmother’s tops (went to ebay to find old fabric to match at least the era!) Just got a beautiful Sunbonnet Sue summer quilt from eBay (beware! so much to rescue there!) meaning no batting so for hot weather and it was advertised as a cutter, but it is exquisite: tiny hand stitches in the quilting, at least 10-12 per inch, a beautiful daisy pattern in the quilting, and 42 Sues with hand embroidery and applique. I’m fixing the top border, obviously loved and tugged up while in bed! It will be displayed on a bed, too fragile to hang, but such a work of love, and alas, no label! label your works of love, folks! But the baby quilts on eBay are accessible and affordable and I am fond of the Sue’s and the embroidered ones… have some 30’s and 40″s I’ve repaired and they are displayed.

    —Sharon S on August 15, 2019
  • I am lucky enough to own a few family heirloom quilts!

    —Angie Miller on August 15, 2019
  • I actually own a couple. My aunt sewed a beautiful whole cloth and embroidered quilt that I use around my house. I have purchased a couple of antique quilt tops to finish someday… Thank you!

    Danette Stankovich on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own a antique quilt, although, always wanted to purchase one.
    I love Temecula and hope ordered from them often, love how she works with reproductions.

    —Donna Galle on August 15, 2019
  • I own an antique doll quilt. My mother embroidered a beautiful bird quilt for our wedding 40 years ago. Does that count as an antique? I hope to make many quilts in the future, have quite a stash that needs to used up!

    —Kaye Gerber on August 15, 2019
  • I do not own any antique quilts, but I do love them. I like to use reproduction fabric to make new versions of old quilts so that someday they may be real antiques.
    Renee Smith

    —Renee Smith on August 15, 2019
  • Had one I fixed for someone … she said I could keep it but I felt she would regret it. Now I wish I had! I love old quilts and I like the fact that Sheryl tries to match them. I am a fan of hers and used to visit her store often. I would love this book.

    —Rosemary Barron on August 15, 2019
  • I love the look of all the quilts Sheryl Johnson designs! I’m still building my reproduction prints stash, but I’d love to create more antique quilts!

    —TAMMI YARBER on August 15, 2019
  • I love going to Temecula Quilt Co. One of favorite stores. I have 3 antique quilts that almost got thrown away by my in-laws before they were given to me. So happy to have received them. I love quilting!

    —Rene Clumpner on August 15, 2019
  • Own a few… have made quilts for so long I dare say some of mine are almost antiques… love the old well used look … fun to recreate it with new.

    —Marsha on August 15, 2019
  • I do not own any antique quilts. Although my mother was a wonderful sewist, she did not make quilts. How I would love to find a family heirloom stashed in a trunk in a dusty corner! I have been an avid quilter of Civil War era fabrics and love doing small piecing. The patterns in this book are calling my name!

    —Joan Kelly on August 15, 2019
  • I have a pink and white basket quilt a great-grandmother made because she had a new sewing machine and appliqued the basket handles to show off the stitching. It’s what got me started to quilt.

    —Ann Matheny on August 15, 2019
  • I have a few my mom gave me before she passed. Sadly they were in need of some repairs so I have tried to do my best to make them. One redwork quilt I have not attempted yet for fear of spoiling it. It is just the top. Would like to donate it to a quilt museum if possible.

    —Wendy on August 15, 2019
  • My fore-mothers were not quilters, and I own no antique quilts. I am intrigued by their use of color, shape and general creativity. Cheryl’s quilts always make me think "homey", and I’ve purchased fabric from her store to begin a reproduction quilt.

    —Terri W on August 15, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt given to me by a friend- I love the look of antique quilts and love reproduction fabrics so making quilts based on antique ones is something I would love to do

    —Karen H on August 15, 2019
  • I have been given several antique quilts, some in decent shape and one that is in poor shape. It almost landed in a cousin’s trash. ⁸My favorite is a yoyo quilt, given to me by an aunt. She made the quilt, along with her own aunt and uncle.

    —Maureen on August 15, 2019
  • Our family has two quilts which belonged to each of my husbands grandparents. I would love to create a new one with the beautiful patterns in the book.

    —Cindy Waugh on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but I do reproduce them. I love Temecula Quilts

    —Debbie on August 15, 2019
  • I own a few and love making them as well! Always looking for quilt patterns that bring back those vintage quilt looks!

    —Patricia on August 15, 2019
  • One old family quilt was cut up and framed for every member of the family because it was beyond repair.

    —Gail noll on August 15, 2019
  • I inherited a couple antique quilts but would love to make some from the pstterns in this book. I love repro fabrics and quilted made from them.

    —Grams on August 15, 2019
  • I would like an antique quilt. They are so cute.

    —Darlene Slocum on August 15, 2019
  • I have a couple of doll quilts that came from my Grandmother’s house but I don’t know who made them but I do like them..I want to make some small doll quilts to add to the collection..

    —Sandy R. on August 15, 2019
  • I do own some antique quilts and my favorite is the two my Grandmother made. I would love to recreate an old quilt.

    —Sally Christiansen on August 15, 2019
  • I would love to own an antique quilt.

    —Teri on August 15, 2019
  • I only own one but I love to make quilts that look antique!

    —Susan J Stein on August 15, 2019
  • I have had fun collecting my antique/vintage quilt tops & having them hand quilted by some wonderful ladies over the years. I am an avid reproduction/Civil War period fabric-aholic!!! My love is scrappy, the more the better. Bed-size, wall quilts or table toppers, any and all!!

    —Ronna Hammel on August 15, 2019
  • I own several old quilts made by my grandmother and even great grandmother. I am almost 77 years old which makes the quilts really old. I was also given 2 quilt tops made by my great grandmother. She died in 1945 just before my 3rd birthday. One of them is a scrappy quilt that she made in later years. I am guessing it was during a time when fabric was hard to come by because you can see that she used scraps from old clothing. I was named for her, and in her honor I made it into a finished quilt. I tied it because of all the seams. She had pieced together tiny scraps to make a square to go in the blocks. I don’t use it because I feel the fabric is probably very fragile, but I love having it. These old quilts are a connection between me and the women who have been before me

    —Nancy A on August 15, 2019
  • I have a quilt where I purchased a hand pieced quilt top from the 1940’s (according to quilt praised) and had it custom quilted.

    Mary Kolb on August 15, 2019
  • I have a couple of antique quilts. I had them displayed for all to see.

    —Janice on August 15, 2019
  • I am fortunate to have three vintage quilts which are soon to be antique. They are my favorites because two were made by my grandmother and the third is made from patches that were embroidered by my mother in the 1920’s.

    —Janis May on August 15, 2019
  • I love making miniature quilts, especially from antique ones.

    —Lisa on August 15, 2019
  • I am a massive lover of antique quilts. It’s my go to when entering any antiques shop. My prized quilt is a Civil War log cabin quilt that I have had for years. I find that I tend to quilt traditionally and love hand work. Something very special about the life of an old quilt.

    —Michelle H on August 15, 2019
  • I would love to win a copy of this book! Being frustrated that we didn’t get more quilt done my friend and I started making small quilts to decorate our homes and fell in love with them! We now have a challenge group were we challenge each other to do one quilt a month.
    Nancy Skinner

    —Nancy on August 15, 2019
  • I own one, a baby blocks quilt that I purchased at a rummage sale years ago. I am currently working on an antique reproduction sampler and would love to make more in the future.

    —Pat N on August 15, 2019
  • Would love to own an antique quilt, but will make a reproduction. My favorite is the Dresden Plate. That is the one I would love to try next.

    —Gwen Embardino on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but I have really enjoyed making reproductions. I have made several from Sheryl’s patterns. I really love the "make do" look of so many of the antique quilts. I think that is what gives them so much personality!

    —Karen McMahon on August 15, 2019
  • I have a scrappy bowtie quilt made in the 50’s. Probably not antique enough but it was the inspiration for my love of fabrics. I have made some small copies of antique quilts.

    —Marie C Eddins on August 15, 2019
  • I am so inspired by antique quilts.

    —Betsy Lanning on August 15, 2019
  • I own a 60 year old quilt my great grandmother made. It is hand apliqued.

    —Linda Lynn on August 15, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts, but would be happy to remake some other ones.

    —Maureen Haynes on August 15, 2019
  • I have several utility quilts that my Grandmother made a long time ago. She made them to keep her family warm, so I continue to use them to do just that!

    —Nancy Lyman on August 15, 2019
  • Don’t own any antiques, but love to reproduce them!

    —Erica In Alaska on August 15, 2019
  • I do own a few, would love to have more, and have replicated one that my grandmother had made for me.

    —Sharon Browne on August 15, 2019
  • I would love to win this beautiful quilt !

    —Patricia Clements on August 15, 2019
  • I have some antique quilts from my great grandmother. I also love to create “antique looking” quilts.

    —Joan Robinson on August 15, 2019
  • When going to California , from Tucson, to visit my brother, my husband is always kind enough to take me to Temecula Quilt Co. I just love the fabrics and patterns. I buy everything, well almost it seems!, When I get home I get busy sewing up all the projects and eagerly await our next return to visit my brother and Temecula Quilt Co!

    —Nicole Hanson on August 15, 2019
  • I have three couch pillows I made from my grandmother’s antique quilts that had disintegrated badly. Cut out the good parts and make pillows!

    —Linda reid on August 15, 2019
  • i don’t own any antique quilts but i am hoping that the ones i’m making today will end up to be someones beloved "antique" quilt!!!

    —shoshana on August 15, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt made by my maternal grandmother. I fell in Love with old quilts at the age of 5, gazing at that quilt. I love to make antique reproductions.

    —Kathleen Furr on August 15, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt from my paternal grandmother. But, I’ve been quilting for close to 50 years, and see no stopping. I will die with a needle in my hand!

    —Bettina Kesteloot on August 15, 2019
  • Would like to re-make some! Love to look at books that feature this.

    —Karen Peterson on August 15, 2019
  • I wish owned some, but would love to make some!

    —MAUREEN Mullarkey on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t have any antique quilts, but I love to remake them!

    —Suzanne matula on August 15, 2019
  • I have 3 antique quilts. One was hand pieced by my mom (Grandmother’s Flower Garden) and hand quilted by her aunties on the farm in North Dakota. It’s a special treasure!

    —Karen S. on August 15, 2019
  • I am so fortunate to have a 40s-era quilt handsewn by my maternal grandmother that I dearly love. She was a wonderful quilter, and I aspire to be as good as she was.

    —Janet A. on August 15, 2019
  • I have a lot of beautiful reproduction prints I have from several collections and this would be perfect to use some up. I love the feel and look that these fabrics and was looking for perfect quilts to make with them.

    —Dawn Carey on August 15, 2019
  • I have 3 quilts that my mother made and she passed away in 1970. I remember her quilting at the frame that was set up in the big bay window in the living room. This was back in the early 50’s
    I like making small quilts- that’s my happy place.

    —joruth on August 15, 2019
  • I own many antique quilts that I have collected over the years. I have reproduced a few that Ive seen in books and would like to make more! They just pull at my heart!

    —Joyce on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any but I’m always interested in beautiful quilts!

    Cindy Harris on August 15, 2019
  • I have several antique quilts from dating from the early 20th century. I have one crazy quilt and others that are traditional bed quilts. Most are hand-sewn and hand-quilted.

    —Lynn Bankowski on August 15, 2019
  • I am fortunate to own some family antiques from grandmas, great grandmas and one dating back to civil war time. I love admiring and reproducing them – often in miniature

    —Phyllis Stewart on August 15, 2019
  • Love antique and reproduction quilts.

    —Betsy on August 15, 2019
  • Love Sheryl’s goodies! As for me, I’m a wannabe antique owner, and I’ll definitely add to my quilts with reproductions I make. Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome book.

    —SheilaH on August 15, 2019
  • I do not own antique quilts but would like to make some of these small ones which are so pretty.

    —Jean Mosley on August 15, 2019
  • I love antique quilts, but only own a couple. I have made several of the reproduction quilts.

    —Donna on August 15, 2019
  • I have a quilt that was my brother-in-laws that his mother made for him in the 1930’s. It is worn in places and haven’t done anything with it. I did put a label on it.

    —Leann Williams on August 15, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt . I have your first book and would love to get you new book!

    —Deb McCalicher on August 15, 2019
  • I have one antique top that I hope to finish. I love antique quilts especially those that have a little applique.

    —Carmen N. on August 15, 2019
  • Own a couple of Antique quilts..
    Love them. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

    —Terry Johnson on August 15, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt, they are so special. Would love to have your new book, l have your first one and love it!

    —Deb McCalicher on August 15, 2019
  • I love vintage quilts…..I feel so blessed when I find one at a yard sale…

    —Paula Devey McKinlay on August 15, 2019
  • I just love these quilt patterns and fabric. I just want to wrap myself up in them.

    —Sandy Dahlgren on August 15, 2019
  • I do not own an antique quilt. My grandmother did knitting

    —Monna Shaner on August 15, 2019
  • The only antique quilts I have are the ones made by my great-grandmother, and my two grandmothers. Considering how old I am, they definitely classify as antiques!

    —Nancy N on August 15, 2019
  • I own quite a few, always want more, and love to replicate them!

    —Kathy Wood on August 15, 2019
  • I do own a couple of antique pieces. Love to create and am hoping mine will become antiques one day!

    —Debbie G on August 15, 2019
  • I own a number of antique quilts and use them on our beds. I love the feel of the fabrics and texture of the quilting! And yes, I love to make reproductions of antique quilts, and quilts that just look old.

    —Paula Harden on August 15, 2019
  • I have the quilt made for my mother when she was born in 1939. It’s so funny that the top was made in 1939, but it wasn’t quilted until she got married in 1957.

    —Mary Stark on August 15, 2019
  • Love the entire process over 43 years of learning, I continue to enjoy!

    —Louise Murphy on August 15, 2019
  • I love the entire process including hand quilting. In 43 years

    —Louise Murphy on August 15, 2019
  • I own some finished family quilts and have hand quilted several antique and vintage tops in addition to making my own reproductions. I’m all about traditional quilts and hand quilting!

    —Sarah V on August 15, 2019
  • I have two antique doll quilts. They were made for my mother when she was a little girl by her next door neighbor. One is a drunkards path in bubble gum pinks and muslin and the other is just muslin, tied with blue perle cotton with a buttonhole stitch all around the perimeter of the quilt instead of binding. That one needed repairs, as it was well-loved. I love them both!!

    —Pam Winberg on August 15, 2019
  • I’d love to own many antique quilts. I’d rather make them though. Thanks for the chance for the Book.

    —Linda CALDWELL on August 15, 2019
  • I love the look of antique quilts, I do not own any, but would like to make some of my own.
    Kim

    —Kim Walker on August 15, 2019
  • Have several antique quilts, from my grandmothers,
    and are my favorites, would love Return to Temecula book to make more.
    Thank you, GP

    —Glynn Peterson on August 15, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts, but mostly I like to make quilts inspired by antiques. I have enjoyed participating in several Temecula sew-alongs and I’m looking forward to the new book!

    —Laura Lane on August 15, 2019
  • Recently purchased a pack of fat quarters from Sheryl’s line of fabrics. These quilts would be so fun to put together using those fabrics! Inspiration has arrived!

    Louise Karpicus on August 15, 2019
  • I have several antique quilts that have been in my family. I love the reproductions!!!

    —Marilyn Lewis on August 15, 2019
  • I have several quilts from 1920-1930 that my great grandmother made, including one two-sided dresden plate and one that has family members names embroidered on it.

    —Judith on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t have any antique quilts, and although I appreciate them, I’d rather make my own. And I adore Sheryl Johnson and all things Temecula Quilt Co.

    —Lissa Rogers on August 15, 2019
  • I love them but do not own any.

    —Shirley R. Hayes on August 15, 2019
  • Have Quirky Little Quilts book and love it! I know this quilt book will be great also!

    —Sharon on August 15, 2019
  • I would love to own and make some! I have some family members that live in Temecula, beautiful city!

    —Sunnie on August 15, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts that belonged to my late husband’s grandmother. They are utility quilts that were surely made to keep you warm. They are a treasure.

    —Dolores Roberts on August 15, 2019
  • Would love to own one!

    —Patti Howard on August 15, 2019
  • I love Sheryl’s designs. The scrappy designs are perfect for for the primitive design in my home. Thanks, Sheryl, for another awesome book.

    —Brenda Jeffers on August 15, 2019
  • Ooo! This is so lovely! I would love to win a copy. And join in a QAL

    —Anne Littlebird on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t have any but growing up I slept under a beautiful and heavy antique crazy quilt. I have asked my mother what happened to it but she doesn’t remember. Wish I had it now! sewpatsy1@comcast.net

    —Patsy Pirnat on August 15, 2019
  • Love all antique quilts. Have my husband baby quilt his mother made, 81 tears ago, my Grandma made a quilt and neighbor quilted it, 90years old.

    Shirley Berryhill on August 15, 2019
  • I own a couple of antique quilts and I love to make new quilts also.

    Rori on August 15, 2019
  • Love those scrappy little quilts!!

    —Kelly W on August 15, 2019
  • Love those scrappy little quilts!! Thanks for having this give-away.

    —Kelly W on August 15, 2019
  • A friend gifted me 2 antique quilt tops, and I enjoy making quilts that remind me of bygone years. I love the look and feel of hand-quilting my quilts, and I am currently hand-piecing a quilt. I have participated in several sew-a-longs from Temecula and am looking forward to the one in January.

    —Barbara Hiemstra on August 15, 2019
  • I have a couple old antique quilts. I have started to make a lot more reproduction quilts in the last few years. I like her last book so this should be great also.

    —Marilyn Page on August 15, 2019
  • Definitely use them for inspiration and make my own!

    —Ann on August 15, 2019
  • I do not own any antique quilts but I am fascinated in their composition. I enjoy doing my own based on the ones I have seen. Temecula patterns have been my touchstone for creating “antique”quilts with some modern fabrics.

    —Linda Brancatella on August 15, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts. My most special is the signature quilt that my great-grandmother was a part of making.

    —Paula Andrews on August 15, 2019
  • I love the quilts of Temecula Quilt Company! I don’t own any antique quilts but I so enjoy Sheryl’s interpretations of antique quilts. I don’t often have much access to or own many fancy quilt store fabrics, but I enjoy the patterns Sheryl shares on her blog and I try my best to duplicate her patterns, colors and motifs with my funky collection of scraps and secondhand fabrics collected from friends. Thanks for the giveaway, what an exciting chance to win!

    —audrey Bell on August 15, 2019
  • I have been collecting antique quilts for the last 10 year’s. I am looking forward to trying to make a small quilt

    —Beverly Wood on August 15, 2019
  • I am a fan of Temecula quilts having made many from the blog quilt alongs and their patterns. Love being able to use my scraps and to have a reason to add fabrics to my stash. Thanks for a second book and the 2020 play possibly .

    —Dorothy Snow on August 15, 2019
  • I would like to remake some! Just love the patterns from long ago. Thank you for the opportunity.

    —BROOXIE MEEKS on August 15, 2019
  • I have doll quilt made with feed sacks, cica 1940’s. I have the first Temecula book. I like making small/ minature quilts, between larger projects.

    —K J on August 15, 2019
  • Touching an antique quilt is a treasured moment for me…almost a reverence…for those women who poured so much into that creation…the hands that have touched it…the love poured into it, the prayers whispered over it (and under it), the stories it could tell – all beckon me…

    —Jacqueline Warner on August 15, 2019
  • Would love to own an antique quilt. I look forward to sewing some look alikes from this great book

    —Lyn Smith on August 15, 2019
  • Loooove antique quilts and am blessed to still have the little Lemoyne Star my grandma made me out of feed sacks when I was born in 1950 and my mother made me another in the 70’s – now its my turn to make the 3rd generation 🙂

    —Jacqueline Warner on August 15, 2019
  • Sadly I do not own an antique quilt. I did make a quilt when I was 20, it is now over 50 years old, it’s getting close.

    —Pat Wagle on August 15, 2019
  • Love Sheryl’s quilts. Many of her quilt alongside have gotten me through some difficult times. Love the scrappy antique look of her quilts.

    —Barb Park on August 15, 2019
  • I have two fortrell quilts tops that my grandma made about 50 years ago. I need to get them quilted but haven’t decided what fabric to use to bind them.

    —Donna Cutting on August 15, 2019
  • I own antique quilts, I’d love to own more…I love them!!

    —Cathy on August 15, 2019
  • I love these small quilts. I have several 100+ year old quilts that were my great aunts. I cherish them

    —Harriett Murray on August 15, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts. A couple of them were given to me by my students. I get so excited when I find them at estate sales!! I love writing patterns to make the old blocks!!

    —Janet Leigh on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but enjoy taking patterns from old quilts and reproducing them. I participated in the Santa sew along and most recently made 888 half square triangles!

    —Cheri Bergeron on August 15, 2019
  • I love your little quilts! I’ve enjoyed making doll quilts for all my nieces and our friends’ little girls. For many years I treasured two antique quilts from a great aunt and my grandmother (circa 1930’s and 1950). I’ve passed those down to younger family members who are enjoying them now.

    —Becky W on August 15, 2019
  • I have some antique quilts made by my great-grandmother, but I would like to make some small reproductions of other antique quilts. I’d like to try making something that looks old!

    —Brenda K. on August 15, 2019
  • I own some and love making reproductions

    —Lavana on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts and probably never will but I wouldn’t mind remaking some of the miniature ones.

    —Judy1522 on August 15, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but I like some of the old patterns. One of these days my quilts will be considered antique and will be treasured by someone.

    —LeahK on August 15, 2019
  • For a number of years I’ve saved up and then bought antique quilts but only if there was a known story about the maker. Still have to put a book together for my granddaughter someday so she’ll know all about THEM. I bought the first Temecula book and look forward to having #2! Love the way the reproductions of the old quilts turn out. Very inspiring!

    —Mary Boyer on August 15, 2019
  • There are only 3 antique quilts in my house that belonged to my grandma, including one made by my grandpa when he was a boy. I’d much rather reproduce an antique quilt than spend my time looking around for one. I would especially like to make smaller versions.

    —Kris Perez on August 15, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt that my grandma had made in Jasper, Indiana in the 1930’s but I also love recreating small antique quilts! I love anything that Sheryl designs!

    —Michelle F. on August 15, 2019
  • I’d like to think that I am making the antique quilts of the future

    —Jacque Leibfried on August 15, 2019
  • I love the antique outlook of using every available inch of fabric and I want to
    make quilts with this look and philosophy.

    —Janet on August 15, 2019
  • Oh I would remake! So many beautiful old quilts exist to inspire us.

    —Lynn Jarzombeck on August 15, 2019
  • I would love a copy of Returning toTemecula as I have enjoyed getting your news email postings. I have followed and made a couple of quilts from Temecula Quilt Co. online and they have turned out very cute. I give them to my grandchildren for graduation gifts as most of them appreciate the historical story of America and traditional ways, including antiques as I do.

    Karen Walter on August 15, 2019
  • I have inherited some vintage quilts made by my great, great grandmother. She made quilts to use and I have one special one that is a red and green applique quilt. It won best of show in a local quilt show.
    I like making quilts created by Sheryl.Reproduction quilts are my favorite to create.

    —Karen in Ohio on August 15, 2019
  • All of the above! I have a few heirlooms that I cherish. I want to collect more! And then I always want more time for my own stitching.

    —Susie Jarosz on August 15, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts, such inspiration!

    —Kim Heger on August 15, 2019
  • Love little quilts. They come together in short order and you can make more small antique recreations than just a few larger ones. I enjoy the challenge of going smaller. Thanks for the opportunity to try for this book.

    Jo Isaac on August 15, 2019
  • I have made several reproduction quilts,but don’t own any antique quilts. I have a quilt that my grandmother hand pieced. Someday it will be considered an antique 🙂

    —Raquel Johnson on August 15, 2019
  • There is nothing better than an antique quilt unless it is a newly made quilt that resembles an old one. Every quilt I make has to have that old time feel to please me.

    —Debra Somogyi on August 15, 2019
  • I own two but I would love to make my own!

    —Barbara B on August 15, 2019
  • I have made many of your single miniature quilts. I have become totally addicted to making miniatures. I even take the left overs from. Kit and make a miniature of the miniature. Can’t wait to see your new book

    —Becki Pender on August 15, 2019
  • I have a couple of vintage quilts. One I found at a yard sale. Another from my mother in law. I have always loved your patterns and draw great inspiration from them. Clear and concise instruction. Love your fabric selections.

    —Elizabeth Morrill on August 15, 2019
  • I own 3 antique quilts, 2 made by my stepfathers grandmother and 1 purchased from Ebay in the early 90’s. I definitely lean towards traditional designs and re-creating antique quilts is certainly something I love to do.
    Thanks so much for the super giveaway opportunity and Sheryl for writing a great sequel to your wonderful first book which I have poured thru! I follow your blog and have made several quilts during your quilt-a-longs.

    —Peggy on August 15, 2019
  • I have some antique quilts that I want to reproduce. Older quilts have such character!

    —Nancy Crawford on August 15, 2019
  • Have some and love them! Think about the history behind them as it is so intriguing!
    Would also like to make some..love the vintage colours..

    —Carol Murphy on August 15, 2019
  • Own a couple of antique quilts. Love making small quilts. I think this book would fit my goal to make more!
    Thank you

    —Bernice on August 15, 2019
  • I have some vintage quilt blocks I bought at an antique store
    but no quilts. I’d love to own some, one day!

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

    —usairdoll on August 15, 2019
  • I have a quilt that my grandmother made. It’s a double wedding ring pattern made using flour sack fabric. It still is just a top, hasn’t been quilted yet. I want to hand quilt it if I can. I would love to make one like it and other vintage quilt patterns.

    —Deborah DeBerry on August 15, 2019
  • I have a quilt that my grandmother made. It’s a double wedding ring pattern made using flour sack fabric. It still is just a top, hasn’t been quilted yet. I want to hand quilt it if I can. I would love to make one like it and other vintage quilt patterns. I have not commented on this post, because I haven’t been on my computer for a week.

    —Deborah DeBerry on August 15, 2019
  • I own three antique quilts that were kept by my mil but she didn’t tell anyone who made them before she passed. I cherish them but also enjoy making my own.

    —Carol Putnam on August 15, 2019
  • I love antique quilts and do own some. I love to make reproductions of antique quilts as well. I have been to he shop and bought her first book there last year. I hope I win this one!

    —Mary Streeter on August 15, 2019
  • Never seen a antique quilt here in the Netherlands, only in books.
    But I love them anyway.
    I try to make them sometimes and look for inspiration On the internet.
    Love to win the book.
    Thumbs crossed

    —Janny Schoneveld on August 16, 2019
  • Love antique quits and have quite a few. Each one tells me stories of the women and men? who made them.

    —Stephanie Hanson on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts. I do enjoy recreating them though. Love Temeccula quilts!

    —Lori L on August 16, 2019
  • Don’t own any antique quilts–maybe, someday! I would be thrilled to win a copy of Return to Temecula book. Using smaller pieces intimidates me, but I know using this book would help me overcome my hesitation and create some beautiful quilts.

    —Alyce D. on August 16, 2019
  • I have one antique quilt from my late mother in law. It is 1 inch squares Irish chain. I love it!
    I’m only interested in ones that have family significance.

    —Sue on August 16, 2019
  • As a young quilter I didn’t appreciate the work and "wonderfulness" of hand pieced antique quilt blocks and tops. A special dear elderly friend gave me one that was partially finished. As a foolish youngster, I gave it to someone else who wanted to finish it. What was I thinking. I am ready to start on a journey of making one of my own. I would surely love to win this wonderful book.

    —Cathy Weatherford on August 16, 2019
  • I often replicate antique quilts I own, love that inspiration.

    Barbara Black on August 16, 2019
  • I bought an antique quilt, which inspired me to start quilting myself.

    —Linda Haan on August 16, 2019
  • I own quite a few antique quilts; sadly none any of my family did. But I enjoy them and use them regularly. I also have some quilt tops that I’d like to finish. But I am fairly new to quilting so have only finished one fill size quilt so far. I’m working two right now. And more are planned! I like old patterns and new ones although I’m not really into uber-modern patterns as much. Just having fun!

    —Sherri M on August 16, 2019
  • I own some of my husband’s grandmothers quilts. I would love to reproduce them someday

    —Carol B on August 16, 2019
  • I inherited a beautiful basket quilt with exquisite quilting from my mother-in-law. It has E.E. Downs and 1885 quilting into the border. Unfortunately, a few of the basket fabrics are breaking down, but it’s still lovely. I also bought a gorgeous Churndash top made with fabrics from the Civil War.

    —Amy L on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own an antique quilt but I’d like to remake some of them.

    —Rosalind Gutierrez on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but I love the look of little reproductions.
    Thank you for for the chance of winning the book!

    —Cheri Bergeron on August 16, 2019
  • Own one, and love it. My husbands great grandmother made it. I have made Civil War reproductions, and love them!

    —Mary on August 16, 2019
  • I have a couple antique quilts that were made by paternal great grandmother, whom I never met!

    —Connie on August 16, 2019
  • The closest I get to antique quilts are those made by my grandmother. I’d love to make some antique-y quilts, either those close to the original, like the Temecula quilts beauties, or those inspired by them but that then take off on their own direction.

    —Beth T. on August 16, 2019
  • I do not own any but would like to remake some.

    —Helen on August 16, 2019
  • I have one that my Mom made, by hand, in the 40’s, a Grandmother’s Flower Garden. I have gone through all of her stitches to make sure that there isn’t a break in the thread. I plan on finishing this, but really don’t know what to do with the sides of the quilt that are hexagons? Would love to get this done. I love all the old quilt patterns. This would be a fun book to have.

    Barb H. on August 16, 2019
  • I love the look of antique quilts. I don’t own any, but love to recreate those treasures. –

    —Sherryl Wynne on August 16, 2019
  • There is just something so interesting about antique or vintage quilts all
    those wonderful fabrics from times past and such interesting designs that
    are simple once you try one or so.. Have a little basket of vintage fabrics
    from long ago just waiting for just the right patterns to use them.. Who
    wouldn’t want to win such a wonderful book.. Thanks for the chance…

    —Mary Lou on August 16, 2019
  • I own a couple from the 50’s but they aren’t antiques yet. I would like to make my own antique look quilts.

    —Sue on August 16, 2019
  • I have Album Blocks of family and friends dated 1937. Have my mother’s stash which some would consider antique and a lot of her quilts that were made to use so in wore condition but the sentimental value is priceless.
    Janice

    —janice young on August 16, 2019
  • I would love to own some but they are hard to find in my area. I am collecting patterns and fabrics to make my own vintage quilts instead.

    —HelenT on August 16, 2019
  • I had a hand pieced quilt top by great aunt quilted. I had it hand quilted into a quilt. I am 62 so I think it is an antique. I also have several of my mother’s quilts.

    —Teresa Knittingdancer on August 16, 2019
  • I am envious of my sister-in-law because of her many antique quilts. She needs to learn how to take care of them! I’d love to have some of hers.

    —Charlie DiSante on August 16, 2019
  • I have a few antique quilts. I need to repair the one I used in the 70’s, some of the background squares are torn.

    —Susan MacLeod on August 16, 2019
  • I have 2 quilts made in the 1920s by my great grandmother. Beautiful to our family and such treasures!

    —Lillian K on August 16, 2019
  • So how old do they have to be to qualify as "antiques"? LOL. The quilt I made when I was 16, 41 years ago? Used to pieces, literally! I love what Sheryl has put together in this book!

    —Carol Koehn on August 16, 2019
  • I own a few.

    —JennyH on August 16, 2019
  • Want to make some

    —Irene Hopkins on August 16, 2019
  • Do not own any antique quilts. But, love to recreate them.

    —Donna W on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but I would love to someday find one to own. I really love the antique hexagon quilts.

    —LeAnne on August 16, 2019
  • I would like to make some! Have always admired them!

    —Louise on August 16, 2019
  • I love antique quilts and had the privilege to care for some at a historic home. Unfortunately I do not own any but I love the look of them. Reproducing them starts my own journey and someday someone could hold them as precious treasures.

    —Kathleen White on August 16, 2019
  • I was lucky enough to inherit several antique quilts, and like to make reproductions as well. Great looking book.

    —Kathleen T on August 16, 2019
  • Enjoy making small quilts using civil war and early thirties fabrics. This book looks wonderful for my kind of fabric.

    —Nellie Harrell on August 16, 2019
  • I have several quilts from the 1910’s – 1930’s. Some were very well loved.

    —Kathy R on August 16, 2019
  • I love re-creating the antique quilts. It’s such fun working "small"

    —Jill E Finger on August 16, 2019
  • I have a few family antique quilts but do like Temecula Quilts. I found them awhile back and have tried some of her quilts. Love to display the small quilts they add that pop of color that I need.

    kathy on August 16, 2019
  • I own one antique family quilt and I love recreating antique quilts.

    —Caryn Goulden on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t have one. If I find one ever, I will buy it. Since I don’t own one, I need to remake one.

    —anna on August 16, 2019
  • I own a few, made by my grandmother. Would like to make/ remake a few

    —LizAnn Lizotte on August 16, 2019
  • I have several quilts made by my Grandmother and great-grandmother. Probably the most impressive one was a postage stamp Trip Around the World with prairie points started by my great grandmother and finished by my grandmother.I gave it to my niece for her wedding present, passing it on to a 5th generation.

    —Alexia Jandourek on August 16, 2019
  • I own a few family quilts and tops, and purchased a few I couldn’t not resist, but I am ready to make some reproductions. I love Temecula so am interested in this book as well as Sheryl’s sew-along in January. Bring it on!

    —Glenna C Denman on August 16, 2019
  • I have 2 old quilts. One was just a top in Grandma’s dresser drawer and I can’t for the life of me rememberer what she told me about it. She didn’t do it, but I’m sure she told me who did. The other is a treasured Grandmother’s Flower Garden, classic 1930’s by my husband’s grandmother Anne Brewer with true ’30’s prints from children’ clothing. Fragile and precious.

    —Susan Brewer on August 16, 2019
  • I can’t resist picking up quilts from the 1930’s! I use them around my house for decorating. I just made pillows for my sisters out of a quilt top that had just enough salvageable for that purpose.

    —Marsha on August 16, 2019
  • I own one and would love to make some from vintage or reproduction fabrics.

    Joyce on August 16, 2019
  • I have picked up antique quilt tops and blocks sometimes and completed the work started by someone in the past. I always wonder about the woman who made them and hope they would be pleased to know the quilt was finished and used. This looks like a great book.

    —Eileen on August 16, 2019
  • I have some, that my great- grandmother made. I also have two quilt tops my granny made.

    —Vicki Allen on August 16, 2019
  • L own a couple and would be great to re-create others in the small quilt way.

    —Arlene on August 16, 2019
  • A few antique quilts have been handed down to me that were made by family members. I haven’t made a reproduction yet, but I have a pattern picked out and some 1930s reproduction fat quarters on my to do list.

    —Cindy Petersen on August 16, 2019
  • I have a couple that my mother in law made in the sixties

    —barbara woods on August 16, 2019
  • I have one "antique" quilt and several blocks. I probably won’t put the blocks together, as the "modern fabric" would not go with the antique blocks. I love to think about the ladies who made them, and what their lives were like! Mary Reed

    —Mary Reed on August 16, 2019
  • I own a couple of antique quilts and would like to own more. I’m working on a couple of antique reproduction quilts. Caswell quilt and Celebrating Mary Brown are ones I’m working on now. Would love a copy of your book!

    —Candace Williams on August 16, 2019
  • I own a few family quilts from 70 years ago.
    I want to make a double wedding ring quilt soon but had never thought of making one in miniature! will have to get the book but hopefully I’ll win!!!

    —Rosalie on August 16, 2019
  • I own some and want to make Citrus Circles and others from the book.

    —Vin M. on August 16, 2019
  • I love Sheryl’s small quilts and designs. Would love to have her new book!

    —Karen Qualls on August 16, 2019
  • I have some very old quilts that my grandmother made years ago. They are not fancy but what I would call fancy. They were made from scraps to use as cover in the winter.

    —Sylvia L on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts but would love to. This is a beautiful book! Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Linda on August 16, 2019
  • I do not own any. Would enjoy making a reproduction.

    —Barbara Reifsnider on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any vintage quilts as of now, but I’m always on the lookout for them! I love making mini quilts and the idea of sewing vintage patterned mini quilts makes my fingers itch to try. jadahlgr at yahoo dot com

    —Cindy Dahlgren on August 16, 2019
  • I love checking out antique quilts, but I’m not lucky enough to own one. Some day maybe!! However I love making Sheryl’s quilts.

    —Beth Robinette on August 16, 2019
  • I have one from an antique store but would love to make some. Her first book was great, can hardly wait to get this one.

    —debby on August 16, 2019
  • I do not own any antique quilts. I am a new quilter, just squares and rectangles and straight sewing. I would love to make some mini quilts using the patterns from this book. Maybe it is just the push I need to take the next step in quilting. Thank you so much for this giveaway.

    —Virginia Bronner on August 16, 2019
  • I have a few antique quilts. One is off white and green, love those together! Would like to make my own, so they can become antiques!!

    —Crystal Wilson on August 16, 2019
  • I have my baby quilt, which is definitely vintage. I also have 2 wool quilts my grandmother made and used a lot. There is another one that was jointly made by my grandmother and mother. Love them all!!

    —Judy Wilson on August 16, 2019
  • I have 2 quilts, not in the best of shape, probably from the late 40’s/early 50’s and would love to try my hand – actually machine- at making some. Love that era!

    —Roz Agulnik on August 16, 2019
  • I do own some and I am the Caretaker for a quilt that was made for my Civil War Great Grandfather by his mother.I have thought of making a reproduction of it as it is very fragile. We have a picture of him holding the quilt when he is quite elderly.

    —Barb K on August 16, 2019
  • I love making quilts based on antique quilts I have seen in books.

    —Diane Coble on August 16, 2019
  • One day I’d love to own some antique quilts! In the meantime I enjoy making copies of old quilts using reproduction fabrics form my stash.

    —Barbaraben on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but I’d like to. I’d also like to remake some of the ones I’ve seen.

    —Mary on August 16, 2019
  • I do own several antique quilts and they are well worn but I love them. I look for antique quilts every time I go to antique stores but usually they are so very expensive or they are worn out. So, I just sew and make my own quilts

    —Angela Bowling on August 16, 2019
  • I have some antique blocks that I got at a yard sale, and put some of them together with fabric I think could have been available at the time. Still have some left to do. I really like a couple of the quilts you have pictured, so I’d love to have that book. I’m a scrapaholic, too.

    —Madeline Wallace on August 16, 2019
  • I only own one very small doll quilt that is very old but I lust for all these beautiful ones I see on the Temequela blog. They are so fascinating. I would love to know the history of some of these.

    —Dianne on August 16, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt.

    —Lana on August 16, 2019
  • I am in awe of antique quilts and the women who made them. Stunning yet simple. I don’t own one …yet. This book is inspiring; thanks for opportunity to win it.

    —Theresa Kennedy on August 16, 2019
  • i would like to remake some antique quilts. The old patterns are pretty.

    —Renata on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any, but like to to make quilts that mimic them

    —Judy Palmer on August 16, 2019
  • I love mini quilts using Civil War reproduction fabrics.

    —jerene beyer on August 16, 2019
  • All of th little quilts are besutiful! I love Quirky Little quilts so know the new book will be wonderful!

    —Sharon on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but I enjoy remaking my own. Love the quilts shown from the book. Thanks for a chance to own a copy.

    —Patti S on August 16, 2019
  • I have several antique quilts, large and small and I love them. Reproduction quilts are my favorites to make. Thank you for this opportunity.

    Renée Welton
    Michigan

    —Renée Welton on August 16, 2019
  • I have remade them. I had 20 year old say I do not want a grandmother quilt. I call this type that. Am I correct?

    —Linda Christianson on August 16, 2019
  • I have several quilts from my husband’s family. Since my mother-in-law was not a quilter I don’t know the history of any of them. I would love to make some more.

    —Lynn Bohlmann on August 16, 2019
  • I have two antique quilts. One was my grandmother’s and the other was my husband’s grandmother’s. I, also, have one of my grandmother’s quilt tops that is made with everything from wool,corduroy, and flannel. She made them with what she had to keep her family warm. It’s the "craziest" crazy quilt that I’ve ever seen.

    —Emma Whittington on August 16, 2019
  • I have 3 antique quilts. All are family heirlooms. If you hold 2 of them up to the light you can see the feed sacks used as fillers. I will someday pass them on to my children.

    —Leona T Phillips on August 16, 2019
  • I’d love to own an antique quilt. Is the one my grandmother pieced for me (by hand) in 1960 considered antique?

    —Ola Norman on August 16, 2019
  • Own some and want to remake some.

    —Jo Anne Hawks on August 16, 2019
  • I would love to reproduce the antique quilt my Mom and Dad received for their wedding in the fifties. A Grandmother’s flower quilt.

    —Jan on August 16, 2019
  • I inherited 2 quilts from a grandmother that I never got to know. She died when my mom was a teenager. I love having them because they are a connection I have to her. I also love making old looking quilts…..the colors and patterns are so inviting and comforting.

    —Beth Durig on August 16, 2019
  • I own one my grandmother and one mother made.I love the old patterns.

    —Carol on August 16, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, and I would be afraid to take responsibility for such cultural heirlooms. The next best thing I can do is to copy an antique quilt or two, and keep alive the traditions and techniques of the past.

    —Marly on August 17, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but I would like to make some quilts that may become antiques in the future.

    —Sue on August 17, 2019
  • I own a Feathered Star my mother made in the 50s – is that an antique?! Years ago I quilted and framed a large triple Irish Chain block with 1-inch squares that was left from a quilt made by her grandmother in honor of Mother’s birth in 1924. I love making the reproduction doll quilts that so many authors are doing.

    —Kyra Franz on August 17, 2019
  • I have three "very" antique quilts passed down through the family – one from the 1850s!!! and the other two from the early 1920s. A few more from the 30s and 40s. I love antique quilts, and love to lay them out and try to talk to them and ask them why their maker did this, or did that when making them. Some of the piecing is kind of quirky! Love that about this old quilts. HUGS… and stitches

    —Christie Brehm on August 17, 2019
  • I do not own many, but I love making quilts that look old!

    —Elizabeth McDonald on August 17, 2019
  • I would love to win a copy of this book!

    —Denise M Brown on August 17, 2019
  • I own several finished antique quilts and some quilt tops in need of finishing. Since they’re hand pieced, I feel they need to be hand quilted, and I haven’t committed a chunk of time to finish them yet.

    —Donna on August 17, 2019
  • I own 2 that I accidentally came across at yard sales for great prices. One is a summer quilt with no batting. I have a wonderful stash of reproductions just waiting to be used and this book would help get them done.

    —Nancy Dumeny on August 17, 2019
  • I own a few antique quilts and a few antique quilt tops. I like to make quilts with an antique look so own lots of reproduction fabrics. This book is right up my alley!

    —Cindy K on August 17, 2019
  • I have antique quilts and collect vintage fabrics to repurpose , whether into quilts, purses or dolls. Would love to win this book!

    —Suzanne Page on August 17, 2019
  • I love antique quilts! I love making the reproduction ones too! I have made many small quilts for me and for gifts too!sheryls little quilts are fun and so beautiful!

    —Connie on August 17, 2019
  • I would love to have her book. It looks so neat.
    Diane

    —Diane Melton on August 17, 2019
  • Hi there,
    I am the proud caretaker of 2 antique quilts. I do plan to remake another which is at my Mother’s house. It was made by HER grandmother, who I never met…real feedsacks galore!
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs!

    —Jacqueline V on August 17, 2019
  • I own my great grandmas quilt and have purchased an antique top, but truly love making reproduction quilts and especially miniature reproduction quilts. Thank you for the opportunity.

    —Dee Johnson on August 17, 2019
  • I have two quilts that my hubby’s mother and grandmother made. I cherish them both. In fact, I have one of them in my spare bedroom and I decorated the room using the quilt as the inspiration piece.

    —Carol Yemola on August 17, 2019
  • I have several from my great grandmother.I treasure them. One is a Crazy quilt that has the most beautiful hand-stitching on velvets. There are two grandmother’s flower garden. One is made with diamond shapes into stars.
    I was fortunate to "rescue" a very colorful Grandmother’s flower garden that was hand stitched and quilted for $10 at a local thrift store. It is beautiful, and never been used it seems.

    They put great effort into their quilts, and used what they had. Some were from garments worn. Wish I could sit with them and share some of our ‘new’ fabrics.

    —Karen Bryant on August 17, 2019
  • I do own some antique quilts, which my Grandmother and Great-Grandmother
    made!! I absolutely love them!!!

    —Cindy Landis on August 17, 2019
  • Would love to remake some the old patterns. Sadly I don’t own any

    —Sandra Massey on August 17, 2019
  • The oldest quilt I have is one that was on my bed when I was young (like 50 years ago). Sometime after I moved out it got really abused, but it came back to me when my mom died. Now I just have to figure out how to save it.

    —laurie anderson on August 17, 2019
  • I love antique quilts but do not
    own any! I do try to make my new quilts look old.

    —cindy on August 17, 2019
  • I want to remake some. Antique quilts can’t be washed without risking them.

    —Carole Holmberg on August 17, 2019
  • I like to buy reproduction fabrics and am hoping to make my first antique pattern quilt soon. The book looks wonderful! I’ve just been staring at the pictures!

    Daisy on August 17, 2019
  • I have own some antique quilts which were made by my grandmothers. I love to look at the beautiful hand quilting.

    —Rebecca on August 17, 2019
  • I have 5 older quilts. Of them I would call one an antique. The others I consider as vintage but they are still beautul. All of them have been hand quilted. Would love to win Sheryl’s book. I follow her faithfully.

    —Carol G on August 17, 2019
  • I own none but would like to make some. Have admired them from afar.

    —Melanie Tehan on August 17, 2019
  • I own none but would like to try my hand at making one.

    —Judith Campo on August 17, 2019
  • I love antique quilts! In college, before I knew better, I used an antique quilt batted with down as my main blanket, just to sleep with. . . it was still lovely and warm, and it looked beautiful, but it was also taken away from me post haste when my mother found out that I had appropriated it.

    To this day – nothing was more comfy than sleeping under that quilt.

    —Erika B. on August 18, 2019
  • I love the old patterns especially because I have some very old fabrics that would look great with these antique patterns.

    —Gail Kling on August 18, 2019
  • I want to remake some. I have one really old quilt that belonged to my husbands grandmother. I love it.

    —Renea Yarolim on August 18, 2019
  • I do not own antique quilts but love to make antique inspired quilts

    —A. Bouwman on August 19, 2019
  • I own two antique quilts. One is a combination of hand embroidered daisies and piecing in yellow and white, and the other is a red and white hand pieced and quilted quilt made by my paternal great grandmother. Some day I will hand piece and quilt a copy of Janey’s quilt.

    —Barbara Snyder on August 19, 2019
  • I would like to try to make one of these quilts since I don’t owe any quilt.The quilts I made has been given away hope to win a free copy

    —zenobia madera on August 19, 2019
  • I used to own a quilt made by my mother; but foolishly, discarded it when it got stained. BUT I dO love old quilts.

    —Barbara D. on August 20, 2019
  • I love to decorate with small quilts. I make them, wash them, and stain them to make them look older.

    —Shelly on August 20, 2019
  • I have five antique quilts. They were all made by my grandmother. I am also fortunate to have couple made by the mother and my sister. I have yet to finish one for myself (bed size). Would love to make the "T" small quilt to hand in my living room. Thank you for a chance to win!

    —LoAnn T. on August 20, 2019
  • I own one antique quilt, but oddly enough, no one in my family knows where it came from. Since it doesn’t have sentimental value, we use it for picnics and other events.

    —Carmen on August 20, 2019
  • I don’t have any antique quilts from my family.
    But I have lots of minis that I have made that look old 🙂

    Quilter Kathy on August 20, 2019
  • I don’t own any antique quilts, but I think if would be fun to make one.

    —Pam P on August 20, 2019
  • I own several antique quilts and a few small ones that I made. Would love to win this book!

    —Eleanor K Hunzinger on August 20, 2019
  • I LOVE antique quilts, but don’t own any…maybe someday! I am new to quilt making and the thought of making a quilt that might be passed down from generation to generation is why I am motivated to sew. I love the quilts from Temecula Quilt Co. They are exactly the type of quilt I would like to make!

    —Jana on August 22, 2019

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