Sunday, August 21, 2011

Quilt Album Review and Giveaway

Hello Everyone,

First, I would like to thank Pat Sloan for asking me to review this wonderful product for quilters. For those of us who were looking for a great way to document your quilts this is it. Simple, easy, and printable too. Best of all it works with Mac, I know because I use a Mac!

So let's take a look at Quilt Album... (click on the photos for a larger view)


This first screen shot shows one of my more recent quilts that I documented and saved. You put the name of the quilt, the maker, the quilter, the designer, the year or sometimes years that you made it, the size, and special notes about it and a photo.


The summary screen shows all the quilts that you have entered into the program. From this screen or any screen you can do many things. You can continue to add or edit quilts, and then you can print some really cool things too!


When you click on the print options you can choose to print notecards, address labels, and album pages so that you can make your own hard copy of your quilt journal. In the screen shot above, you can see a notecard set up. There are several options of this too!

Quilt Album is a great way for your family to know forever and ever all the things they need to know about your quilts!

So onto the giveaway... But if you can't wait for that you can check out Quilt Album on their website and download your own copy today!! But Pat and I are giving away a copy right here!!

Just leave a comment here telling me why you would like Quilt Album.

Best of luck! This giveaway will remain open until 10:00 PM EST on the 26th!

Also, Also, if you can't wait to win, you can receive $5 off your order of Quilt Album by using the code in my side bar in on main blog. Copy the code and click on the image to order yours!

Thank you to ALL who entered, the giveaway is now Closed!

Until Next Time...

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130 comments:

  1. I'm entering because I have yet to document any quilt in any way. I haven't made a lot but I'm beginning to forget already!

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  2. Hi Jackie and Pat. Sounds like the perfect software for a person like me that is so disorganized. Thanks for the chance.
    sgriff57@comcast.net

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  3. Like Jane who commented before me, I have yet to document any of my quilts. I do think I have a picture of all of them somewhere. I would love to have a place to put all that information. This looks like just the solution to my problem. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Same thing. Have given away many quilts for Christmas gifts over the years - and somewhere in the house, there's a Kodak disposable camera with a picture of each one.....never developed! Now I have a "good" camera, but no real way to track anything - this software sounds perfect!

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  5. This is a great way to remember all that has been made, when, who got it, which fabrics etc etc. Would be a great present for my birthday, which is on the 26th..... ;o)

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  6. Oh, would I love to have this. I am organized in my whole life except for documenting my quilts. This would be fabulous and sure would be better than my ruled notebook with inconsistent (or completely missing) notes. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  7. Currently I am just keeping all of my quilt information on my blog. If for some reason my blog starts charging to maintain it or if they do away with it I would lose all that valuable information. I would love to win Quilt Album! Looks like I'm lucky #7 and I'm due to win something yet in August. Fingers crossed, fingers crossed! This would be a great prize!

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  8. I also do not document my quilts-hangs head in shame.... Would be great to have a tool to help!

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  9. I like the notecard option on Quilt Album. Especially the way you can have text on the front, back, or both! Someone sent me a card once with a quilt she had made on it and I thought it was amazing--I'd love to make my own notecards! what a cool program!

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  10. This would certainly help me keep better records of my quiltmaking. Thanks for the chance!

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  11. Looks likea great product and I would love to win a copy. :)

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  12. I think it is so important to document your work. And the fact that it works on a Mac- icing on the cake!

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  13. I try to document my quilts but they just are all over the place and to have them all listed this way would be so much easier and tidy up my computer in a big way :) Would love to win one :)

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  14. This will be important to document my work.Have it ,will be fantastic.Thanks,Jackie

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  15. I would love to win this! I really need to start documenting all the quilts I do. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  16. I do not having just having my computer implode I do not see software as the way to go. I document what I want on the quilt. Date made, and my name sometimes for who it is made for and why.

    I usually just take a picture of my quilt and stick it in an album. I do not document extensively as I consider it pointless. The only ones who will read this stuff is me and maybe a few quilting buddies.

    I see all this other stuff as distraction from what I really like to do.... QUILT. I only have an couple of hours a week to sew if I spend it on the computer....NO QUILTING WOULD GET DONE.

    I DO ENJOY YOUR PODCAST and download it when ever I can from i Tunes.

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  17. Wow...this is just what I have been trying to do...but unfortunately I don't have pictures of many of my quilts...great idea for a giveaway!

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  18. Another product where I think "why wasn't I smart enough to invent something like that?" That looks like a great product AND it works on a Mac, too! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  19. Don't enter me as I won this on Dawn's blog recently. I have received it and it looks like a great piece of software. I didn't get much chance to play with it yet, though, because my grandkids came to visit right after I got it, but soon I hope to start documenting my quilts. I've taken photos of all of them but never got around to documenting them yet. This software will definitely make that job easier!

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  20. Who wouldn't want to win?!!! It would be so cool to be able to keep all of my notes in one place...instead of what ever note pad I pick up to scribble ideas on. I love organization, it just seems to have left the building sometime in my 30's, lol. Quilt Album could help me get it back.

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  21. I have considered creating my own database to do this very thing... This would save me several hours of set up time, and this has many bells and whistles I wouldn't have even thought of!

    Not to mention, I spend a lot of time on my PC. I am an admitted "Technology Junkie". I would definitely put it to good use!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win.
    Paul
    www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

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  22. Right now I just have a folder with some photos and notes...this is so much cooler!

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  23. This is a great idea! I think I'd be most likely to use it to document all my UFO's--then future generations would be able to figure out how all the pieces should go together! ;)

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  24. Looks like a great item. Right know I just take pictures of my quilts and place in a photo album but this would keep me organized more.

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  25. I've documented some of my quilts but only in a notebook; the process has frustrated me-it takes a long time, it's confusing, I can't always put the photo with my words in the notebook. So, what to do? Enter a giveaway for Quilt Album! :). I'd really enjoy using this software; thanks for the review, Jackie, and for offering your readers a chance to win.

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  26. Thanks for a chance to Win this new Software. I know it would help me be more organized and I see other uses for it like Donna (above) said, to help those who get my STASH when I'm gone know what pieces are for what...

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  27. Thank you so much for your review and the opportunity to win. Am hopelessly disorganized and this software would help enormously!

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  28. What a great give-away! It sure looks like a great way to document quilts and other projects and a way to track the stash.

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  29. I love to journal and keep track of things - and this software looks very user friendly and something I would definitely use! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

    caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. i've pix of each of the quilts i've made on my computer, but there's not much info you can clip to these pix .... it would be so nice to have the journal to enter who for's and when's along with all the other stuff.

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  31. I keep saying that I need to document my quilts better. I think this would be a GREAT way to do that. Thnx for the giveaway.

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  32. I've spent the last 11 years helping my 90 year old Mom with her genealogy of the family. This would be like doing genealogy for your quilt.

    Thanks!

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  33. Great idea. Maybe it would keep me from giving away quilts without taking a final picture of them. And that is something I just did.

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  34. thanks for a chance to win. Documenting my quilts would be wonderful. getting old :-) and clearly forgetting!

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  35. I feel so disorganized when it comes to the quilts I have made. I have photos, but no documentation. This would be a great winter project..

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  36. I would love to win this because it would be a step up from my current method. Right now I keep an iPhoto tag called "My Quilts", but there is little room for documentation. This would be much more helpful. Thanks for the giveaway.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  37. I would love to have a copy of Quilt Album as I make so many quilts.

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  38. I've attempted to document my quilts, but I don't think I've found the right way for me yet. I first started with a blog with all the pertinent info and pictures, but I didn't care for that. Then I bought a notebook to write the info in and was going to print out photos and paste them in. That hasn't happened. Then decided to just print out the pictures and write the info on the back. But so far, just the picture has been taken and stored on my computer. Something like this makes the process so much easier! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  39. What a great tool! I like that it is a virtual tool and not pen and paper. Sometimes if I have to write to document something I just skip it. Most of us are on our computers for a good part of the day anyways so we may as well use our time to document our quilts. It would be very helpful to know who has or doesn't have a quilt from me yet. Plus, I won't keep making the same style of quilt for someone over and over. I'll know that they already have 3 blue quilts.

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  40. I can't believe there is this program! I am going to start making certain quilted projects to sell. I was going to keep a picture record of every one made, because no two will be exactly alike, and that would be a good way to have records of what I made and what I sold, etc. I had the idea of notecards in notecard boxes. This would be fabulous!

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  41. Hi Jackie and Pat!
    This sounds like the perfect software for a person like me that is so disorganized. I'm entering because I have yet to document any quilt I have made. I have not made a lot, but I'm beginning to forget the details and such already!

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  42. I try to document my quilts but the info is one place and the photos are another. This would get then all in one place.

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  43. Something like this is so pertinent to our technological advanced times! I like the idea of adding special touches to the pages/quilts. I hope it's as easy as it sounds! Wonderful addition to any quilter's 'loves.'

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  44. My son is an IT person and is slowly bringing me into the 21st century as far as saving things on the computer goes. I'm really good about scanning in photos and ideas, but this program seems to put all the separate things I do into one easy-to-use place. It's really quite brilliant and would be fantastic to have. Thank you both for offering the opportunity to use this!

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  45. This would be perfect for me. I not only make quilts for myself, but I also make quilt tops for my moms church quilt group. This would be perfect to keep track of it all.

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  46. I would love to have this. Right now I keep a 3 ring binder with information and pictures of my quilts, but this would be easier to do. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  47. I would love to have this. I have pictures on one computer and a sketchy at best data base on the other. This would help a lot. thanks for a chance to win.

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  48. Like many folks I am lucky to get a photo about 50% of the time and maybe get it uploaded into Flickr months later. I think I'd be a lot better about documenting my projects with this product! Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  49. I have digital copies of my quilts all over the place and can't find a way to keep them in one file. It would be wonderful to be able to keep pictures together with documentation. Sounds like great software.

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  50. I am in the process of documenting the quilts that I've made. This software would so help in the process. Love that I could print notecards of my quilts! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  51. I'm really lazy about keeping track of the quilts I've made. Most of them have been gifts, so I really should have some record. This would be a great resource.

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  52. Being a techie, this appeals to me. I have a Quilters" Journal that just sets on a shelf. Hooray for technology!

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  53. Hi Jackie, thanks for the chance to win! I have heard a few great reviews of this product now and it sounds so simple to use. I keep my blog as an online journal of my quilting - but Quilt Album would be a great place for the planning, organising and WIP phases. If I don't win I'll def be looking out for your voucher!

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  54. What a great idea and why didn't I think of it! I am starting to accumulate quilts and before I start sending to new homes, I would love to have a special place to document them. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway.

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  55. What a wonderful idea for quilt makers.. please enter me in a chance to win such a fantastic item.. Thank you for the chance ;)
    M

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  56. I would love to win this. I only have photos with notes attached to them. I also like your blog and want to say thank you for having this giveaway.

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  57. this would bring together the pictures and the information in one place for me. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  58. What an awesome giveaway Jackie. Thank you AND Pat too for this opportunity. I would love to own this software after seeing all the awesome stuff it could do a year ago when I first learned of the software. I know there are many who are very experienced quilters and have tons of pictures of their own quilts they could enter into the software right away. Myself, I would be starting to put mine in as I make them. I have made only a few small baby quilts but those are not anywhere near show quality and done without any quilting knowledge at all. I've been studying all I could find from the internet and books for over a year now to learn as much as I could about quilting. I have done it this way because there is no shop teaching quilting anywhere near me without driving for over an hour and a half to get to them. There are many that teach quilting but all of them have their classes upstairs or downstairs without any options for those like me who are disabled and cannot DO stairs at all. I was very upset to learn this call after call and finally started asking about disability laws and how they can do that without any accommodations for those who are disabled,. I gave up and kept reading blogs. But, I found a shop I hadn't heard of about six months ago and she is awesome AND tadaaaaaaa I will be taking my first real quilt class starting Aug. 30th so I'm thrilled. There is just so much you can learn by reading and things you really need to see in person soooooo once this class is behind me I will be working on all sorts of quilty things to fill up this software I'm sure since I'll gain that confidence I am lacking right now. Sorry, that got very long but, yes, I would love to win this so I can start from day one in catalogging(I keep changing this spelling but nothing looks right lol) my own quilts in the software.

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  59. I would appreciate having one of these. I recently had a discussion with my daughter who claims I never finish anything. I guess I need documentation to quiet the ones who keep telling her this. I guess I just give away most of the finished ones and out of sight out of mind. When she tells me these things I am usually so stunned that I forget to mention that she has had at least three completed quilts from me herself. I guess all she sees are the dozen or so that are ongoing at the time. Hope I win. It might also be useful to document other projects such as upholstery, leather, and for my partner, motorcycle and car builds. It might even work for remodeling of the home, studio, growth progress of my baby animals and grandchildren. OOOhhh so many things I could put into something like this and then mail her postcards each time I FINISH something!!! dvchris261@aol.com

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  60. I have started a journal more than once of my quilts but this looks like a fantastic piece of software for making a record of one's quilts.
    Thanks for offering a chance to win this cool tool.
    Regards,
    Anna

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  61. Wow! Quilt Album would be great for me ... I've never documented any of my quilts, & sad to say, I've never even labeled any :( I should know better as I have 3 antique quilts made by my husband's grandmother & grandmother that we don't know the story on ... Thanks for the chance to win!

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  62. What a wonderful tool to help us keep our quilting history. I do have my pictures, but as time passes I forget many things about them, like when they were made and who I gave them to! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  63. Well because it would be a great CENTRAL way to keep track of my quilts, rather than the scraps of paper and notes in books that I use right now.

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  64. This looks like it would be a great asset for quilters. Thanks for a chance to win it and thanks for the giveaway.

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  65. I've been pretty good about taking pictures of all my quilts, but I think this would be a really useful tool for quilters to keep track of more information about their quilts.

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  66. What a great program!! I've just started my first quilt and this would be perfect for documenting it and all those I plan on creating as I keep learning. Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway.
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  67. I usually take a picture of quilts I make, but that's as far as it gets!! REALLY need to document these quilts so that in the future SOMEONE knows who made the quilt and who for!!

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  68. I'm a fairly new quilter and this would be a great way to document my journey!

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  69. Great review of a great tool. I would love to win.

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  70. I would LOVE to win this...not only for documenting my quilts, but also the fact that you can make quilt labels, business cards, and greeting cards is amazing!
    suecshamekh@gmail.com

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  71. I too would love this. Imagine all the great things to make with the pictures you take, I think that is a huge plus. And documenting your quilts... some day when I'm really old, what a great way to look back on your quilting days! I love this idea. Very cool!

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  72. I would like to win this for my friend Ruth. I quilt a little thanks to her guidance but she makes wonderful beautiful quilts. She has been so helpful to me I would love to do something special for her.

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  73. Oh my goodness! I had no idea this even existed! What a fabulous concept! Every quilt has a story and I'm excited to see this tool that will help document this journey that we're all so incredibly passionate about! The quilts of the past are so rich in history and I'm excited to discover this great program that will help fill in the blanks for our families and future quilters and history buffs. Thank you so very much for this exciting give-away!

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  74. Thanks ladies for a great giveaway !! I have pictures on my computer of projects ; are they in order ? why yes , by the date I took the picture - so what a mess ; I have to look thru all my pics if I try to find something ! The only good thing about it is that I started making quilts last year ; so it's time for me to organize !!

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  75. What an awesome product. Sure wish I had thought of it. I've tried to document my quilting, but trying to hand write everything is not working. This would be so perfect, as I could enter the information as I am working on the quilt and then print it out when the quilt is finished. I am completely re-organizing my sewing room and this would be a great addition. thanks for this giveaway.

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  76. I document my work on paper, in a notebook. When I start a new quilt project, I write down the fabric designer, my inspiration notes, what size the quilt 'may' be, and other pertinent info like size of cuts, etc. When the project becomes a UFO because I have moved onto something else, and then I go back to finish, I can't ever find that particular notebook to refresh my memory about what I was doing. I definitely need some help! I've been checking out the Quilt Album for a few weeks, but just haven't been able to splurge for it.

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  77. This looks like a great product. I am currently using my blog to somehow (?) keep track of projects, but with all the donation quilts a lot of information has been lost. Quilt Album would make it so much easier. Thank you!

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  78. I saw this demonstrated at a recent quilt show and think it is one of the best way to record your quilts. I am terrible about keeping records on what I make and I think this would be an easy and great way to document all I create. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

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  79. What a great product. I would love to win it. I give so many of my quilts away that this would be a great way to remember what I did. It would also help me track more details than I currently do. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  80. I have pictures on my computer, sizes in a notebook; fabric scraps in some plastic sheets.....what a nice program to bring everything together in one place. Thanks for the info....and an opportunity to win...

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  81. Quilt Album would be a wonderful addition to my longarm business. What fun it would be to create a note card with a customer's quilt on it! I would then be able to write a truly personal thank you to them.
    Thanks Jackie and Pat for giving us the opportunity to receive a free download of Quilt Album!

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  82. This is a spectacular idea! I have a file full of pictures on my computer called MY QUILTS. It's full of pictures of all of the quilts I've made. I go through the file and I can tell you all about each quilt and who received it for what occasion, etc. My granddaughter is also an up and coming quilter (an award winner already no less -- buttons popping here... lol) and she likes to look at my quilt pictures on my computer. As we scroll through them and talk about them she said to me one day, "How are we going to know all of this when you aren't here to tell us about it anymore?" A very sobering moment to be sure but it made me think. I've been printing off the pictures and trying to write things down about each of them but it's time consuming and tedious. I am so much a computer person. I'm looking forward to this software because it will be the answer to conserving a large part of my family history and document my legacy to future generations of the quilters in my family.

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  83. This would be a great birthday gift for me! I'm horrible at documenting this stuff so this would be great! Thanks
    Penny
    vols_mom at yahoo dot com

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  84. Love the quilt you have shown. Want to win the album. I have not really kept track of my quilts.

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  85. WOW! This program sounds like an answer to how to document all the info on our quilts in an easy format. I have some, but not all of my projects documented and not all in one place. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. oh how lovely!!! what a great tool for quilters!!! i'm a strong believer in documentation!!! and a chance to win, woo hoo

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  87. I could get all mushy as to why I'd like a copy of Quilt Album but I think I'll stick with honesty. The truth is...well...I've been a complete and utter slacker. *hanging head in shame* It's true. I admit it. *sigh* I haven't documented my quilting adventure with a hooey. Oh I know I SHOULD and I've always meant to but I haven't. I'm a putz. I have different apps & programs and such but none of them are 'quite' what I've been looking for and and this one seems to be "IT". Y'know? Others are close but juuuuuust out of reach for encompassing everything necessary for properly documenting the quilt. Based on everything I've seen of Quilt Album, that's not the case. It's the tool with quilters in mind. :-)

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  88. I would like to win as a way to preserve the provenance of my completed quilts--but also to keep track of my progress and provenance for my UFO's (which far outnumber my completed quilts).

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  89. What a great item and you did a wonderful detailed review.

    I have a scrapbook and keep a piece of material on each page of the quilt I've made just in case of a needed repair.

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  90. I would love to win! I've inherited quite a few of my mother's unfinished quilt tops when she passed away and would love to be able to document her beautiful work. I'm also a beginning quilter and this would be a great way to document my progress as I learn.

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  91. What a great giveaway. I would love to document the many T-shirt quilts I make and the personal stories attached to each. Hope I'm lucky
    Lydia
    Razzemtaz@aol.com

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  92. So far all I have done is take a picture of my completed quilts. I really could use this to help me get organized and really record what went into the quilt.

    Thanks for a chance.

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  93. What a great concept. I have pics of most of my quilts, but never tracked who they went to or when they were made - how perfect to have all the info in one place, & to be green at the same time. The ability to print post cards & make picture books is very cool.

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  94. It may not be January, but I am in a big-time organizing mode! QuiltAlbum would be the perfect cherry to my sewing/quilting room clean-up, toss-out, sweeten-it efforts. I would really enjoy winning this product. Thanks for the info and the opportunity.

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  95. I would like a copy. We have such a program is not available in Hungary.

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  96. I document all my quilts with photos in a hardcopy scrap and would love to try this online resource. Thanks for letting me know about it.

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  97. I have started documenting the quilts I make using and albumn in Photo shop, however this program would be much nicer and better organized. Thanks for your information I now know it is available.

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  98. I could use this because I have 20 years of quilts that need to be documented. All of those little pieces of paper and hard copy pictures are subject to getting lost. Pleae Pick Me.
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  99. I've been putting off documenting my quilts, but with 10 years worth of quilts, I know it's time. This looks like a great way to save all the information and be able to print it out in different ways.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. I've also I have been very neglectful about documenting my quilt. This program not only sounds practical but would actually be fun to do! I would save it all to one of those memory sticks. Count me as a fan of this one! Having to sign in anonymous because blogger won't let me sign in in Google. Pauline in Texas.

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  101. I need this bad. I was looking through pictures and found a pic of my brother and his wife looking at a wall hanging they had received as a gift. It was made by me and I have no recollection of it at all. Did I make all the blocks or was it a group effort? What was the occasion? Housewarming? Bridal shower? I thought I remembered all my quilts but apparently not.

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  102. Thanks for the chance to win this software. I have been quilting for 21 years and have very little documentation to show for it. This would help me to leave a better information legacy for my family.

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  103. Oh, that is awesome software! I love it!

    I could really use it because about 9 years ago I started a scrap book of my quilts complete with some of the fabric, photos, and stories. The problem is, I think I only got about 4 pages done (found I didn't like scrapbooking and would rather make quilts!), so since that time my documentation is scattered in notes here and there, and on my computer hard drive as pictures.

    The only problem is, that during that time period I have probably made well over 150 quilts, most of which have been gifts.

    It would be so much fun to put it all together!

    Thanks for the chance and for the look at the software in action!

    Bari in MO

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  104. I mostly quilt but do other things as well such as make handbags and fabric jewelry. It looks like the quilt album software could be used to track all of my creative efforts, which would be lovely indeed!

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  105. I would love to win the Quilt Album because I make a lot of baby quilts for our church ministry and would like to keep a record of them. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  106. I try to take a picture of every quilt, but sometimes I forget and give it away. This would be a fun way of journaling and it would all be in one place. Thanks for an opportunity to win such a great item.

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  107. I think this could be used for more than just quilts. I sew, crochet, weave, quilt, and do needle lace projects that I would love to be able to document better. Thank you for the review, what a wonderful product! I would love to have it.

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  108. I keep telling myself that I MUST document my projects, but I haven't started yet! :(
    I would love to win this, since it looks like an easy and fun way to get it done!

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  109. The whole reason I started my quilt blog was so that I could document my quilts. It isn't as concise as Quilt Album, and I'd love a program like that. I've tried doing it on paper, but I do so little on paper these days that I always forget!

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  110. I'd love a copy of Quilt Album because I have so many quilts - some have pictures, some not, some have labels, some not, and I have project info for, some not. This would make it easy to put it all together.

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  111. I have pictures of my quilts but this would be an awesome way to document all the info about them. All the extra things it does are really great too. I would love to win one. Thanks for the chance.

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  112. I have so many quilts that it would be wonderful to keep all pictures and info on each one in one place for easy reference. Tks for chance to win.
    quigleyfran@sbcglobal.net

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  113. Amazing software! I could finally save all pertinent info! My journals run out of space too quickly so I only put down a picture and begin and end dates...and recently I noticed pages torn out with pics on them :( This would be an incredible get!!! THANK YOU! KERIHAG at YAHOO dot COM

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  114. What a great idea. If I had this program I'd actually document my quilts. All my quilt pictures are on the computer so it would be just a matter of adding the extra information. Thanks for the chance.

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  115. I am just really starting to get into quilting and it would be awesome to start out documenting from the beginning.

    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  116. I have been accused of making a quilt for the same person twice...unintentionally! My head is sew wrapped up in fabric, there is no room for anything else...I need this program!

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  117. I like to keep pictures of what I make on my computer. For quilting, this is so much better than just a picture. Hey, I'm getting older and it's just a matter of time before my memory goes! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  118. I've read about this previously and was impressed. Anyone can use this. I take photos of everything I make and have them well organized on my computer (well, for me it's organized!) But, that's all the documentation I have. It will be easy to put the photos in this program and then just add the appropriate details. Pick me, please! :):)

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  119. This would be a great tool in organizing all the information on all the quilts I have made . It will be especially helpful on doing labels and then keeping record of all the infor mation on the quilt. I try to do it with all my quilts but this would let me just fill in the information line by line. WOuld love to win a copy of the software!!!!

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  120. I've been quilting since 1992. I bought a quilting journal years ago to hand write my quilting records. To date not one thing is written in it. I have photos of things I've made scattered all over the place. I need help! I need this software desperately.

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  121. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win this wonderful software. I have a journal that has nothing written in it, and photos of most of my quilts that have been waiting to be printed out for years....! I so need this software to get me organised and have everything together.

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  122. Hello Jackie,

    This is a great way to document my quilt making history. I think we should all have one of these.
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  123. This program looks like just what I need to document all my quilts. I hate to lose track of what these older quilts look like, if I mis-place my pictures! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  124. I was responding to a post about a favorite quilt and realized I didn't have a picture, date or description. I wish I had something like the quilt album to refer to. It would be marvelous. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  125. Thank you Jackie for sharing your love of documenting quilt history with the rest of us. You have created an awesome program. I have been keeping notes on each of my quilts in a zippered notebook but they are so disorganized. Leave it to Pat Sloan to show us yet another great quilting product that we could get so much use out of. I would love to win a copy and then I could show it off to all of my quilting friends and tell them they all need to purchase it so we could make Quilt History Journals together. Thank you for creating and sharing such a great software product.

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  126. I love computers and computer programs. I am bad at keeping a manual quilt album. I would really like to put all my quilts in the electronic album as I finish them.

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  127. I could really use it. I have pictures on the computer every where I have notes about some of them in a folder but I have to look really good to match notes to quilt. So yes I need it.

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  128. What an AWESOME idea!! Thank you for helping quilters document their quilting treasures..This would make it soo much easier! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  129. This is such a great idea...finally a way to keep a record of the quilts we all make! I have scads of digital pictures of my quilts, but they aren't organized or documented.

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