Autumn Jubilee Wrap Up

What a month!  We did a lot of sewing and projects, ate some great food, planted bulbs, watched the wildlife, crafted, stamped and had a great time for Autumn Jubilee!  Please leave a comment today to thank all our sponsors for this event.  Most of the drawings have been held and winners notified.  Today is the final day to enter the last drawing from Friday.  And in response to requests, I’ve added a pdf of the final sashing and borders to Friday’s post.

We made a fun row quilt in our quilt along.

Used our embroidery stitches for a great strip pieced tote bag.

Set a pretty table for two.

Gave our embroidery machines a work out for a quick wall hanging.

Stitched a wool pillow.

Cooked with Cookish for a  throw together meal.

Planted some bulbs and divided the irises.

Stamped some autumn cards.

Made some pillowcases.

And most of all, had some fun for Autumn Jubilee!  I hope you will join me in thanking our fabulous sponsors by leaving a comment on this post.

Returning Premier Sponsor, MadamSew  gave away their spectacular 32-Piece Ultimate Presser Foot Set valued at $119 to Kimberly Clark. It is on sale now for 50% off with free shipping if you didn’t win one.  They also awarded their premium Wool Press Mat to Pam Jolly, and their Rotary cutter with blades to Sharon Aurora.

Returning Premier Sponsor Aurifil Threads awarded a large spool box of their Perfect Neutrals Collection to Sandra Fettig. Find Aurifil threads at Fat Quarter Shop, and Amazon.

Returning Premier Sponsor Fat Quarter Shop gave away a $50 to Jan Altomere.  The second $50 drawing will be held tomorrow, so you still have time to enter on Friday’s post. (Update – Congratulations, Vicki Wilson!)  Fat Quarter Shop has 20% Off  Moda Basics Essential Dots and Essentially Yours fabrics the Basic of the Month, plus 30% Off Aurifil Threads the Notion of the Month, and specials on the Book of the Month and Precut of the Week.  Check out the Daily Flash Sale – something new at clearance pricing every day!

Returning Sponsor Hobbs Batting sent Shari Kersey three Tuscany throw size battings! Get Hobbs at Amazon, and Fat Quarter Shop.

 

Returning sponsor Impression Obsession is gave away a $25 gift certificate to their fabulous online store of acrylic and rubber stamps, dies and more to Rosemarie Shor.

C&T Publishing gave away a $50 gift certificate for their online bookstore to Carolyn Montgomery.  See the new fall catalog on their website, and this new Fall Quilts book.

Returning sponsor Quilter’s Dream sent lucky winner Julie Choate a Queen size Dream Green batting.  Dream Green is a wonderfully soft poly batting that creates a market for recycled plastic.  I love quilting with it!

Returning sponsor, North Carolina based, Backside Fabrics sent lucky winner Margaret Nelson a gift certificate to their online store worth $50!!  See their high quality fabrics and bargain backs.

Returning sponsor Milk Street has a new cookbook called Cookish publishing on October 15th, just in time for Autumn Jubilee!!  Diane Nickerson and Joyce Arumin each received a free copy!!  Sign up for the Milk Street online community to see free videos and recipes.

New Sponsor, American Patchwork and Quilting gave away a magazine bundle valued at $35 to Sarah Gray!  Fabulous quilting magazines with lots of new ideas.

New Sponsor One Of The Flock gave away a $40 gift certificate for their lovely wool felt collections or kits to Joy Breedlove.

 

New Sponsor Floriani Embroidery Threads (guest password – beginnings) sent Carla Hundley, a very lucky winner, a set of 10 of their premium embroidery threads in these gorgeous Autumn colors!!  Prize value $50!!

From My Carolina Home awarded a prize package to Karen Addleman, along with Scrap Dance patterns to Mary Cortez.  In addition, a similar prize package will be drawn this coming week from participants in our Friends of From My Carolina Home Facebook group.

Returning sponsor Electric Quilt is gave everyone a 20% promo code to use on one order from their website, including purchasing EQ8!!!!

The code expires tonight at midnight so hurry and  Shop Here.! The code is: JUBILEE20, just enter that in the promo code box at checkout.

Complete rules and disclosures are here, and I hope you take a moment to see them – Autumn Jubilee Rules and Notices.

Join my Friends of From My Carolina Home Facebook group, and continue to share your Autumn Jubilee creations!!  Be sure to answer the questions so we can approve you right away.  There is also a prize for someone in that group sharing their progress and projects this month.  Details will be in the group.  If you are on Instagram, share with #AutumnJubilee2020

Did you enjoy Autumn Jubilee?  Please join me in thanking all our sponsors!!

56 thoughts on “Autumn Jubilee Wrap Up

  1. Mary Stori

    What a fantastic overview today of all the autumn projects you presented….certainly everyone should also be thanking you for your gigantic effort!

  2. Thank you for organizing this Autumn Jubilee and doing all of the projects. I know it was a whole lot of work. Also thanks for the finishing PDF! I am finished with my quilt top except for the outer border. I am still auditioning fabric from my stash. Thanks again for everything.

  3. Christine Y

    Thank you again for a fun month of Autumn Jubilee fun! Working on finishing up the quilt top have the scrappy border in progress right now. Was able to do the bag/tote as well this time too. I enjoyed reading all the blog/post this month as well.

  4. Rita C.

    Incredible, how fast this past month flew by! All your projects were very educational and entertaining, Carole. Happy November!

  5. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the fabulous Autumn Jubilee this year!!! The beautiful projects, super photos and fun posts have made this month fly by. And having these posts to look forward to in these anxious times were a true gift. I have done three of the projects, but have plans to do more wool work and make pillow cases in the next month for us and for gifts. And I was able to patronize a couple of sponsors of the generous prizes. That was quite a variety of great prizes—something for everyone’s interest. Many thanks to all of them, too. You deserve a medal for all of the work invested in such a successful event. Bravo!

  6. Ginger Michael

    Thank you for all the fun ideas. Got a tote bag and quilt top done. It was nice having something to look forward to each week.

  7. kathyinozarks

    Thank you Carole for a wonderful Autumn Jubilee-I enjoyed all of the post-love your pillow cases-I need to find a pattern for those I have yet to make some. hugs Kathy

  8. Autumn Jubilee was just fantastic this year, Carole! You and the sponsors really outdid yourselves. I loved the projects, even though I only did he quilt, I was inspired by the others, and loved the variety that you included; it made for a wonderful, exciting October, which was especially appreciated here since we had hard winter weather for half of October. THANK YOU!!

  9. Mary

    Good morning, Carole.

    My iPad did an update overnight and I am back to once again, not being able to comment. I just wanted to be sure that you knew how much we all appreciate your month of autumn ideas and projects. Your posts always inspire me, especially the Autumn Jubilee ones. I have a quilt in the works and know it will be treasured for years.

    This was my comment…. “It was a month filled with great projects, Carole. Thank you for sharing all of your lovely ideas with all of us, and a HUGE thank you to all he sponsors. I know that a lot of work went into each and every post. I hope everyone has at least one project finished or nearly finished from the month of ideas.“

    Thanks again. Happy November. Mary

  10. Connie S. Wolfe

    Another great year, Carole! Thanks again for doing this. I enjoyed all of the posts, photos and projects that you shared. Thanks, also, to the many sponsors.
    Connie
    P.S. I got The Sewing Machine from the library and stayed up late because I had such a hard time putting it down. Hope you enjoy the next Ladybug Farm books.

  11. Sue H

    Fabulous month! Thank you, Sponsors, for ALL the wonderful giveaways and congratulations to ALL the winners! I’d especially like to thank YOU, Carole, for putting this event on annually. Super way to get our Fall on!

  12. Thank you for all your fun projects and posts for Autumn Jubilee, Carole! I’m still working on my row-along wall-hanging and yesterday I planted my bulbs! I haven’t made your pumpkin bread recipe yet, which has also become my fall tradition, but I’m still planning to. I really enjoy Autumn Jubilee!

  13. Sandy F

    October’s Autumn Jubilee was fun, even though I haven’t sewn a stitch yet! That almost makes me feel guilty to be among the prize winners — such generous sponsors.

    1. Oh, mercy that is a big question! I have 10 machines, four are antiques for display only. I have two Brother machines, one older one that embroiders that is currently for sale, and one newer for most sewing. Then I have a Kenmore all metal parts workhorse machine, an A1 Longarm, a New Home serger, and a Janome Gem Gold lightweight for classes.

  14. Julie

    My guild used your Sudoku pattern for charity quilts. I’m so glad they did, it was a lot of fun putting together themed quilts & it introduced my to your blog. This is my first year following so I had no idea how much fun was in store for October. What a bright spot it was in a year that has brought special challenges to us all. I participated in most activities, shopped new-to-me sponsors, & was fortunate enough to have won one of the prizes! Another first for me. I have not used Dream Green before & look forward to trying it out for a Hopes & Dreams charity quilt in memory of someone who had ALS. Thanks to Carole and all your sponsors, I can’t believe how quickly October went by waiting for the next exciting project.

  15. Christine Y

    Thank you to all the wonderful sponsers that donate to Carole for her Autumn Jubilee this year. Definitely some great prizes this year from some great companies this year.

  16. Autumn Jubilee 2020 has helped me get my sewing/quilting mojo back. I’ve kept up with the quilt & making progress on other projects. Thank you to you for all the work you’ve done creating the many projects. I love the variety of crafts that you share & enjoy reading about all the activities, even the ones I don’t do. Wonderful sponsors have shared some great prizes. Thanking the sponsors for sharing with us their goodies! It’s great to see old favorites & be introduced to new ones.

  17. Loris Mills

    So fun to see the recap of all the wonderful inspiration. Thank you to your generous sponsors that really did hit it out of the park again this year. And thank you, Carole! This is such a fun way to celebrate Autumn!

  18. Joan Sheppard

    We had such a great time! But you must be exhausted! Thanks you so much for all this. I had a great time looking through the patterns at One of the Flock. And Madam Sew has the best stuff. I bought a box of iron out pens and shared them at sewing circle. Never did a Sew Along, it kept me on track and I will have it done PINKIE PROMISE for Thanksgiving.
    Thanks again, j

  19. Cathy Smith

    Would someone point me to the scrappy tote bag pattern please? I have my fall fabrics scattered all over and would love to make the tote before I tidy up all those gorgeous fabrics.

  20. Dorothy

    I think you outdid yourself this year—so many different projects. Thank you for organizing it all and thank you to the many sponsors

  21. Debbie Miller Meyer

    I’d like to thank all the sponsors for this years Autumn Jubilee 2020. The giveaways were wonderful and generous! I’d like to thank Carole for all her time and effort to tbringvthis years Jubilee to us! You never cease to amaze us year after year! What a fun time!

  22. Rhonda Pecenka

    Thank you Carole and thank you to all the sponsors for making this such a fun event. I never thought I could put together such a pretty quilt in so little time!

  23. Cocoa Quilts

    Thanks so much for a great event! The sponsor were terrific. To top it all off I was thrilled to be a winner for the FQS prize. I am still pondering how to spend that money. Thanks again!

  24. Joy B

    I have enjoyed the Autumn Jubilee very much and appreciate all the time and effort you’ve put into it. I’m starting to work on my first wool felt project, I was thrilled to be one of your winners.

  25. Wow, you’ve been so busy! Everything looks beautiful, I know it must have taken a lot of time to put this all together. I am a quilter in “wanting”….I have pieces cut out, but am thinking I might need to retire before I actually ever get a whole quilt done! Thank you for the inspiration, Lidy

  26. Sarah

    Thanks Carole for another great Autumn Jubilee!. I agree with others who said it really made the month fly by. I know it is a lot of work to do the planning, lining up sponsors, doing posts etc.There is so much variety, there really is at least one project for everyone! I am working on my quilt now. I also especially enjoyed the felted acorns and the stamped cards.

    Also thanks to all the great sponsors for their generous contributions of prizes. Some of them were new to me and I look forward to patronizing many of them in the coming months!

  27. CJ

    Thanks so much for sharing all of this with us. I enjoyed participating in the quilt along, it is a beautiful pattern. And I’ve loved seeing all the things and pictures you shared with us during the Autumn Jubilee

  28. Carla Hundley

    Wonderful time on your
    blog and I love the thread
    prize I won, it’s so lovely!
    Thank you for the awesome
    giveaways and always do
    enjoy visiting your blog.
    Carla from Utah

  29. Camille

    I finally was able to get ground pork and the specialty Asian ingredients at my grocer so I could try the Black Bean Noodles with Pork and Mushrooms recipe. I substituted Monterey mushrooms because they were easily available. My husband and I both thought it was a very flavorful dish and we will definitely make it again. Thank you for all of the Autumn Jubilee activities and ideas.

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