GIVEAWAY: The Applique Book by Casey York

Hello all!

I’m honored to be a stop on The Appliqué Book by Casey York blog tour.


And I’m a contributor in the book, how cool is that?

11131, York, SP16

I love how the photographed my project, Falling Leaves.  This quilt utilizes a sew-and-turn applique technique.  The book also has lots of projects featuring bias tape, raw edge, needle-turn, and so many more ways to applique!



I thought I’d show a little preview of a project I’m working on that uses the same technique I used for Falling Leaves.



It’s a cute little radish.




The Blog Hop continues through March 25th. Visit each of the contributors as they share their projects.

Mon. March 14:
Casey York |
C&T Publishing |

Tues. March 15:
Jenna Brand |
Adrianne Ove/Pink Chalk |

Wed. March 16:
Jenifer Dick |
Pati Fried |

Thurs. March 17:
Shannon Brinkley |
Bari J. |

Fri. March 18:
Debbie Grifka |
Beth Vassalo |

Mon. March 21:
Latifah Saafir |
Modern Quilts Unlimited |

Tues. March 22:
Lynn Harris |
Kevin Kosbab |

Wed. March 23:
Allison Rosen |
Cindy Lammon |

Thurs. March 24:
Rossie Hutchinson |
Generation Q |

Fri. March 25:
Betz White |
Casey York |

GIVEAWAY – Giveaway is now closed – Congratulations to Bev!

Casey’s publisher, C & T is giving away a copy of The Appliqué Book (a hard copy of the book to domestic winners and an electronic copy to winners outside of the US). To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below!  Make sure your email is attached to your name so I can contact you. A winner will be chosen at random on Monday, March 21.



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21 responses to “GIVEAWAY: The Applique Book by Casey York

  1. Chloe

    Nice! Never did learn how to appliqué myself. But I’d love to try! Congrats on the book!

  2. Kathy Kamrath

    Love applique! I mainly do needle turn but enjoy all the different techniques.

  3. Tina

    Wow thanks for the technique. I love applique!

  4. bookboxer

    I’m very new to quilting and am still at the “admiring” stage, so I don’t know anything about applique. Thanks very much for sharing

  5. Janet T

    I usually do hand applique, but I think I will try your technique! Always willing to learn something new.

  6. The falling leaves are a great pattern for a quilt! So much fun and I’d love to try out your new technique.

  7. Rosalind Gutierrez

    Very striking quilt leaves on the navy background fabric.

  8. What a fabulous quilt and I love your technique. Thanks!

  9. Laura

    Thanks for showing how you used applique.

  10. Cathy C

    Looks like a great book full of great ideas

  11. Love appliqué and books about appliqué

  12. Bev Leischner

    I like your quilts and am thinking of trying one.

  13. Allison C

    Those squirrels are so cute!

  14. Kathy h

    I love applique projects and am always looking for ways to improve my technique. Very cute radish, looking forward to seeing that project.

  15. Sheetal L

    Applique is something that I haven’t tried much of….just a little here and there. Having said that I have been meaning to try my hand at reverse applique. Always looking for tips and tricks to help me learn something new

  16. Sarah S.

    I fell in love with applique when I made my first quilt. Would love to learn more! Love your radish!

  17. Veronique Oudard

    What a lovely project! Thanks for the chance to win

  18. Chris

    I probably need this book to improve my skills. They are really not so great.

  19. Sue Neumaier

    I have done sew and turn on a small project. it sometimes is the only way to applique certain pieces. I
    Thanks for the chance to win this book.

  20. Bridgit

    Cute raddish. I’ve been trying to figure out what to put on the back of a quilt for Eero. Dan always says rutabaga (“I’m hungry.” “Want a rutabaga?” or “Guess what dad.” “You found a rutabaga?”). It will be fun to have that there.

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