Autumn Jubilee 2019 Begins Today!

Autumn Jubilee is here!!  Get ready for a fun filled month of ideas and sew alongs with a fabulous line up of projects and prizes.  I have been sewing and crafting for several weeks now, getting all my ducks in a row for this event.  We’ll have a quilt along, a sew along, a wool stitch along, gardening, recipes, books, tablescape and crafting projects, enough for a whole month.  And this year I have lined up more prize giveaways than ever before!  Some of the links are affiliate links, thank you for using my links when you can.  Update – If you are finding this post after October 3rd, click on the blog title above to see all the posts so far for the month, then follow my blog so you won’t miss the next one!

Previous year’s Autumn Jubilees have been loads of fun, and those projects remain free on the blog forever.  Like this quilt along Pumpkin Star…

and these cards….

and this wool stitch along project all from 2018.

This tablet cover sew along is from 2017.

You can go back and see how to do a seasonal window valence from 2016.

Make the pumpkin and leaf runner from 2016…

and see how to use the same elements in a table topper and mini quilt.

We’ll make more projects this year including a quilt-along with a new runner design, stamp more cards, continue the Teacup Quilt Along, enjoy a new recipe, plant more bulbs in the garden and much more!  These quilts are Stars on Autumn Lane from 2017, the patterns are still available.  Just click on the Autumn Jubilee category on the sidebar to see previous year’s events.

This year, Autumn Jubilee has four Premier Sponsors offering prizes valued at $100 or more!!  Plus, everyone is eligible to win, anywhere in the world.  If the sponsor cannot ship overseas, and an international winner is drawn first, I’ll send a backup prize to that person from my stash of fabrics and books, and draw again.  Please thank these wonderful companies with your business this month.  All drawings will be open for 5 days.

Returning Premier Sponsor Hobbs Batting will send one lucky winner four Tuscany throw size battings!  Get Hobbs at Amazon, and Fat Quarter Shop.

Returning Premier Sponsor Aurifil Threads will award a large spool box of their Festive Collection to one lucky winner.  Find Aurifil threads at Fat Quarter Shop, and Amazon.

Returning Premier Sponsor Fat Quarter Shop is giving away TWO gift certificates worth $50 each!!!  Check out Today’s Flash Sale too.

Returning Premier Sponsor, MadamSew will once again offer their spectacular 32-Piece Ultimate Presser Foot Set valued at $119.  It is on sale now for 50% off with free shipping if you just cannot wait!

 

New to Autumn Jubilee, but returning sponsor of our Safelight project, Impression Obsession is giving away a $25 gift certificate to their fabulous online store of acrylic and rubber stamps, dies and more.

New sponsor Primitive Homespuns Wool and Needleworks is on board with a $25 gift certificate, PLUS a bundle of wool fabrics!!  I have ordered from PHWool before, and their wool fabrics are just scrumptious.  More about that when we get to the stitch along.

New sponsor and new affiliate C&T Publishing is here with a giveaway of a $50 gift certificate for their online bookstore.  See the new fall catalog on their website including a wonderful new wool book publishing this month.

Returning sponsor Quilter’s Dream is sending a lucky winner a Queen size Dream Green batting.

Returning Sponsor Electric Quilt is back with a special 25% off code for a lucky winner to purchase anything they like, including EQ8!  The code will be good for one order of whatever size.  On EQ8, this is a value of $59!!

Returning sponsor (and friend Christine) North Carolina based Backside Fabrics will send a lucky winner a gift certificate to their online store worth $50!!

Returning sponsor Milk Street has a new cookbook called The New Rules publishing on October 15th, just in time for Autumn Jubilee!!  Someone will get a free copy!!

Moda sent a layer cake by one of my favorite designers, Holly Taylor, called Fresh Off the Vine.  This line was from last fall, see her newest collection called Winter Manor at Fat Quarter Shop!  I have the layer cake, and will mail it to the lucky international winner if one is drawn for another prize that has a limited geographic area.

Returning sponsor Costa Farms has come through with a perfect item for Autumn Jubilee, a Pumpkin Planter with a live Sansevieria plant.  This one is limited in geographic locations they can ship.  But again, if someone wins out of their shipping area, I’ll send you a Moda prize from my stash and draw again.

New sponsor Needle and Foot Fine Fabrics will offer a $25 Gift Certificate to their store. This one is going to be super fun as Bernie sent me some fabrics she will bundle, and I have a project to share with you using them.

 

 

 

Returning sponsor Inspired LED is giving away THREE lighting kits for your sewing machine, along with the extension kits!!  Who couldn’t use more lighting?  This one is limited to USA due to electrical differences, but if an international winner is chosen, I’ll send you something else and draw again.

So let’s get this event started with the first giveaway today!  Olfa will send a Splash Cutter in your choice of color along with an Endurance Blade to one lucky person.  I have two of these and love them!  Hurry, this drawing ends Saturday night at midnight.

You get one entry for commenting, and you can earn a second entry by adding this button to your sidebar if you have a blog, tweeting about the event, sharing on Facebook, or posting about the event elsewhere.  Just do that first, and copy the URL of your share so you can enter it on the Rafflecopter entry line.  Additional entries are available as well, see the Rafflecopter entry for details.

Use this URL to link the button, or for your sharing – https://frommycarolinahome.com/2019/10/02/autumn-jubilee-2019-begins-today/

Leave a comment on this post (scroll past the comments to the form at the bottom), then click on the Rafflecopter button below to enter today’s drawing –

Share your Autumn Jubilee projects in our From My Carolina Home Project Sharing Group on Facebook.  If you haven’t joined yet, be sure to answer the questions when you ask to join or the moderators may not approve you.  Someone sharing there will receive a special surprise at the end of Autumn Jubilee.

Good luck!  What do you like most about Autumn Jubilee?

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184 thoughts on “Autumn Jubilee 2019 Begins Today!

  1. Mary Stori

    WOW!!! You’ve created a month’s worth of sewing projects and opportunties for terrific goodies. Your generosity and organizational skills are clearly evident and appreciated.

  2. Diane Kent

    Thanks for hosting another fun event! I so enjoy your blog site and all of the interesting things you share – from your recipes and cooking, gardening, car club adventures, travel, quilt patterns and quilt-alongs wool work, card making, and your charity work – just to name a few 😍! We are “sisters in heart” with all,the things you write about – thanks for all you do and share!

  3. I just love Autumn Jubilee. Last week I went to a bee and took my bin of autumn fabrics and the “Stars on Autumn Lane” pattern. I have 6 blocks made and think I will make a throw size quilt at some point. Thanks for all the fun!! You have done an amazing job with all the sponsors too. Shared on the FB group to encourage them to get over here! 🙂 (No reply necessary – you are going to be BUSY!!) 🙂

  4. Joy B

    I’m excited about your Autumn Jubilee, this is the first year I’ve followed your blog and the projects sound amazing. I know I won’t be able to make all of them but it will be fun to read about all of them and try what I can. And what generous sponsors you have! I hope you’re feeling well again by now and can enjoy this lovely time of year.

  5. Ruth K

    You have a great line up of projects for the month, something for everyone. I love the colors of fall, and you do such a good job with them.

  6. Barbara Kinney

    No one does autumn like the midwest, but you sure have done some beautiful projects worthy of the Midwest. I am anxious to do some, keep the, coming!

  7. Debbie Miller Meyer

    I’ve been waiting for this day and it’s finally here. I just got out all my quilted and felt items I’ve made during the previous years of Autumn Jubilee and am anxious to see what is in store! Bring it on, Carole, and thank you so much for doing this and also to your sponsors for the incredible prizes! Yippee!!!!

  8. Cathy B.

    Thanks so much for doing this every year for us! I’ve always wanted to try out that Endurance blade. Many congrats on the success of the Carolina Hurricane project!

  9. Gwynette in NW Arkansas

    Finally, it’s Autumn Jubilee!!!! 🍁🍂🍁 You always make the month of October sing!! I can always find gifts to make for friends and family in your line up. Thanks, Carole, for your huge time consuming effort!

  10. I am so looking forward to this. I follow each year & do my best to keep up. You have wonderful sponsors who are so generous! Thank you for all the hard work you do to bring this to your readers.

  11. Linda B

    Always look forward to your fall projects, Carole! It is such a great time to transition from summer and look forward to spending more time in the sewing room and your Autumn Jubilee projects are just a perfect fit. Thanks so much!!

  12. I know the calendar says autumn and I know that it must be autumn since you have your fabulous Jubilee again, but the local temp outside still thinks its summer! I am so ready for crisp autumn days and I know I will get there at least in spirit with your wonderful inspiration! Thanks so much for your generous sharing.

  13. Sylvia Anderson

    Carole, I’m so happy you have recovered, and are now in tip top shape for the start of Autumn Jubilee. I know this means so much to you, and that you look forward to it every year. Have fun, and enjoy yourself Carole!

  14. Hi Carole! Wowee – what a great group of sponsors. Thank you to all of them. I can’t believe it’s time for the Jubilee to begin already. I will be happy to add your button and do a post. I would like to play along as well, if the timing works out. Heck, I’d just like to make your Pumpkin Star quilt! It’s cute and I love the combination. I’ll wait for more details. ~smile~ Roseanne

  15. Yay! You know I love Autumn Jubilee! I enjoyed your recap of previous projects, and thinking about the ones I made. Your prizes are amazing, too. Thanks for all the work you go to for this, Carole!

  16. Amy L

    Looking forward to all Autumn Jubilee posts! And I would love to have the complete set of the Olfa Frosted Rulers. They are the best.

    1. Christine Y

      Yeah love Autumn Jubilee! Look forward too it every year. Thank you for hosting this great event. Thank you to all the sponsers for all the great items for the winners this year!

  17. Valerie

    I enjoy your blog very much. I discovered it a couple of years ago and as I live in Scotland love to read about all the things you do and where you live. I enjoy Autumn here as we have sunny days and the colours are beautiful. I never used to decorate for Autumn but I do now and have used a couple of your patterns and am about to do some more. I don’t do Facebook or Twitter.

  18. Those pictures of the past events always inspire me 🙂 I love those pumpkins every year!
    I managed to use my old brain and get the button posted on my blog. Yay!
    Thank you for hosting such a fun, Fall event. It’s going to be fun.

  19. Donna W

    Looking forward to this year’s Autumn Jubilee. My wish list contains the 35″ x 70″ continuous grid rotary mat. Would work great in my new quilting room that my husband has made for me.

  20. I found your website by chance recently, and have been enjoying the variety of projects and beautiful photos you feature. The Autumn Jubilee sounds like a great month of projects and I look forward to all the ideas.

  21. quilterpt

    I really like all the projects. The pumpkin star quilt from last year looks like it would be a fun project to start on for the fall!

  22. Another stunning Autumn Jubilee, so many goodies, your list of sponsors is amazing, and shows how wonderful the event is . We are in spring down here, but it feels like your Autumn, with snow in places, hail. cold winds and a few dark mornings.

  23. Anne Kirby

    Wow!! Missed the festivities last year but I’m psyched to join this year! Can’t wait to celebrate Autumn with everyone!!

  24. Constance P.

    After a year of illness that has kept me from my sewing machine, I was looking for something uplifting and motivating to help get me back into the swing of things. Your Autumn Jubilee looks like just the ticket! The projects sound fun and that there are prizes that may be won is just more icing on the cake. Thanks so much for putting this together. I am really looking forward to the fun.

  25. dezertsuz

    Hi, Carole! Thank you for another year of wonderful celebration of the cooling of the land! My favorite part each year is seeing what creative things you’ve designed. You never seem to run out of new ways to celebrate autumn/fall. Thanks in advance for what you’ve created this year. I know it will be great! I’ve shared the event on QuiltBOM blog. You’ll get a ping, I’m sure.

    1. dezertsuz

      Olfa prizes I’d love – 24 x 36 Navy Olfa mat – I think the darker color might be easier for my eyes. I also like the 12″ ruler that has so many angles marked on it. I think that could be great for drawing quilting lines.

  26. Nancy C

    wow! this looks fun! I am going to go to the side bar to check out the pumpkin pattern from last year and am looking forward to this years Autumn Jubilee

  27. Kathryn Laposata

    I love autumn and love to celebrate it with making something in your Autumn Jubilee. Thanks to you and your sponsors.

  28. Kathy E.

    What a fun, jam-packed month of great projects and new inspiration! I look forward to following along! Olfa has the best products and I’m interested in trying the Compass Circle Cutter…a very clever tool!
    duchick at gmail dot com

  29. farmquilter

    You are going to have a busy month and I’ll be looking for the emails from you letting me know your blog has posted!! What a fabulous group of sponsors you have – thank you to each and every one of them!! I placed an order with one of them today!!! I have so many Olfa products!! Maybe the folding 17 x 24 mat or the chenille cutter would be something fun to explore!!

  30. Jennie Cruzan

    Looking forward to Autumn Jubilee!! Thank you for all your work to make this possible. Can’t wait to start. Blessings Jennie

  31. Karen McMahon

    Fall is my favorite season and I would love to make a fall table runner. Seeing some of your past projects I may have mote to add to my To Make list! Thank you so much for sharing your talents.

  32. Barb K

    I love Autumn , the season and the colors–I especially like the pumpkin and leaf table runner! (I am just nearing the end of piecing your Scrap Dance Minuet pattern and it is turning out well.)
    Sounds like you have a very busy month ahead–Thanks so much for all your patterns and ideas!

  33. Nicole Sender

    What terrific projects! I hope to have time to join in and make some of the projects. I’d love to use the 6″x12″ Frosted Acrylic Ruler (QR-6X12)

  34. What a wonderful Giveaway and so many generous people/companies. I love Autumn, although I love all the seasons, but I think the change from Summer to Autumn is most noteable and it is great to make all those Fall projects. Thank you for sharing. I will blog about the Giveaway here
    https://quilt-creations.co.uk. Thank you for arranging this great Giveaway. Susie x

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  36. I look forward each year to your Autumn Jubilee and this year looks to be the best yet! Thank you for taking the time and effort to do this. The prizes are even more wonderful this year and I can hardly wait to see the wonderful project in store for us! Blessings from southeastern WV….we’re expecting rain on Monday…hope it gets to your Carolina home as well.

  37. Gene Black

    Wow this looks like a lot of fun – and it is so varied. Plus you have some great sponsors.

    I want/need one of those Olfa folding mats.

  38. lewisnancy54

    I love all of the amazing projects. I also get my mojo back looking at all of the pretty fabric and usage of them. Thanks so much for doing this.

  39. Marianne Piatz Barta

    Wow – I can’t wait to see all you have planned for the Autumn Jubilee!! Your patterns are super and fun! Thank You for all that you do.

  40. Mary D

    Hurray! Autumn Jubilee is here! I enjoy the variety of projects presented by you. I have participated in two quilting projects and plan on doing a third. Autumn is my favorite time of year, perfect for sewing!

  41. Marianne Patterson

    I just discovered your site and I’m so glad I did! Wow, you’ve got some fantastic things going on here. The Autumn Jubilee looks amazing and I can’t wait to get started on some new and exciting projects. Thank you so much for sharing what you do with us all. I love autumn and all of it’s crispness and colours, everything is so vibrant.

  42. Susan Raymond

    So excited to join the Autumn Jubilee! I’ve enjoyed your blog very much over the past year and see that I will need to take time to look at some of the older projects that I haven’t seen. Thanks so much for sharing your time and talent!

  43. Carol Ann Lovejoy

    what BEAUTIFUL projects! it’s nearly winter here in Alaska but you are INSPIRING me to “extend the season” by working in AUTUMN colors!!!!

  44. Nancy Jo Daugherty

    I was looking at all the lovely flowers and then came upon the info on Autumn Jubilee. What fun and do have colors to play with. We are having a lovely fall weather here in Alaska, trees are a lovely yellow/gold color. Looking forward to more info and comments for this.
    Thank you….

  45. I came over from Desertsky Quilting! Thanks for putting Fall inspiration out there. I’ll be watching for this years projects. I have some leaf blocks somewhere. Linking to your Blog tomorrow.

  46. Pam

    Thanks for another Autumn Jubilee! I love the projects and I also enjoy your commentary on each post. It’s a good reminder to be grateful for all the beauty in the world

  47. lapaylor

    I’d love to be in the drawing, don’t know how exactly. I’ll try to add your button to my blog.
    LeeAnna at not afraid of color leeannaquilts at gmail dot com

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  50. Janey

    Wow–my jaw dropped. I have not seen this experience before. Lucky me, I found it today. Thank you so much for sharing your work and for moderating this giveaway. There will be a lot of happy winners out there.

  51. Jean

    Yay! I’m looking forward to this, as I haven’t seen your blog in my email for so long! I think something keeps erasing my subscription to you!!
    -Jean

  52. Mary Wheeler

    I just stumbled across this via a link at Backside Fabrics and am looking forward to seeing the Jubilee unfold. This should be fun!

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  54. I am so inspired by your creativity! You are so talented! Thanks for linking up to Best of the Weekend. You were one of my features this week! I will also be pinning and sharing on Instagram stories this weekend. Thanks again for joining us and have a great weekend!
    Shelley

Due to the volume of comments during Autumn Jubilee, I am unable to personally respond to each one. Thank you for commenting! I read each and every one.

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