Sunday, October 11, 2015

Grand Opening Week # 3!!!




Welcome to Week #3 of Our GRAND OPENING GIVEAWAY!!

This journey of opening an online 
fabric shop is such a joy to me!
My hope is that as we continue to 
add more fabrics and products,
 I will be privileged to count each of you as customers, 
but more importantly, friends.

AND...
If you have signed up for our newsletter, you
 will be receiving our first one this week!
Included JUST FOR YOU...
 is a FREE PATTERN from Windham Fabrics!

Sew...if you haven't signed up for the newsletter,
please visit our shop HERE and do it!

All the extras that the fabric companies share with 
me, I will be sharing with you through the newsletter!

NOW....Let's talk GIVEAWAY!

This week we are featuring a 
Jelly Roll of Meadowbloom by Moda!
This is a bright and colorful Jelly Roll to be sure!
And it can be yours!!!

All you have to do is comment on what you 
would do with this lovely fabric and you are in! 

Each colorway is very expressive and impressive!
This would make a perfect Spring Time Quilt!
Not to mention just about anything else you'd want to make!

24020 16
Meadowbloom Rain
24020 13
Meadowbloom Azalea
24021 17
Meadowbloom Daisy
24022 11
Meadowbloom White Blossom Daisy
24023 14
Meadowbloom Petunia
24024 16
Meadowbloom Sprout
24026 11
Meadowbloom White Blossom
24027 17
Meadowbloom Rain

And that is just a FEW of them...
You will just love this one!

We will choose our Winner
on Thursday, October 15th!
(a little early this week as I have a very 
special wedding to attend this weekend...)

I have a feeling you won't mind...

Sew...how about it...
Are you IN?????


82 comments:

  1. Is #1 lucky???? Lol.....I hope so becausenthismis beautiful fabric.
    I would have it in a wonderful quilt for me!!! Thank you Lana

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  2. If I win fabric, I try to make community quilts....kind of like paying it forward. there are a few jelly roll patterns I'd like to choose from to try.

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  3. I recently signed up for a sewing class that requires a jelly roll. If I win I will definitely be taking this beautiful fabric!

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  4. They would be lovely as Hexies. I would add them to the flower garden quilt I am making!
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  5. I might make a French Braid quilt with the jelly roll, when I win!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  6. This gorgeous jelly roll would be made into an artsy wall hanging for my sewing room. It would surely brighten it up and give me more reasons to hang out in there!

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  7. I am thinking they will be great as a spring table runner. Thanks.

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  8. Would love this to stitch a cheerful spring quilt for Easter time.

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  9. I would love to make a small quilt with it. The colors are gorgeous!

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  10. I've been wanting to make a quilt with a jelly roll, and these fabrics would really make a pretty quilt. I also love table runners. Endless ideas!

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  12. Wonderful fabric. I would make a quilt for sure.

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  13. I love jelly rolls and particularly like the rain fabric in this line. I would make a bright cheery quilt for one of my nieces, who are pretty, bright and cheery themselves.

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  14. Wonderful fabrics! I would add some white or cream solid and make a lovely lap quilt.

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  15. I would make a quilted tote bag x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  16. Great fabric. I think it calls for a quilt!

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  17. Wow, great fabric! I would make a quilt - (novel idea, I know! lol) I'm not exactly sure what I would make with it, but the fabric is lovely. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I'm thinking lap quilt!
    Wow! Three weeks already? I lost last week. I hope this is the best week yet!!

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  19. Wonderful giveaway! I'd use it for my Farmers Wife blocks. Thanks so much!

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  20. Lovely fabric, I would make a quilt for Granddaughter's room here at our home.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  21. These colorful fabrics would look great in a table runner.

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  22. I agree with Connie about the table runner, but I would add a couple of small pillows. Enjoy the wedding Lana.
    Blessings
    TLC

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  24. I received my first newsletter this week. Yeah! There are several jelly roll quilts on the Moda Bake Shop that I would love to make.

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  26. I would make a quilt for my sweet sister-in-law.

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  27. I love these colors. My quilt group at church makes quilts to give away to those needing comfort. This would make a fun quilt to lift someone's spirits.

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  28. Congratulations on your new journey....definitely an exciting time for you. I would make a quilt...it is a chain quilt that calls for 2.5" squares. The jelly roll would give me my squares and a scrappy binding...add a cream background and it would make a super comfort quilt...thanks for the chance to play with a beautiful Meadowbloom!! Have a wonderful week Lana...happy stitching, Pauline

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  29. I have been wanting to try a Jelly Roll, I would make a quilt for sure. Have a great day!

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  30. I see some pillows in my future if I win this fabric! Thanks for the chance.

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  31. I'm signed up for your newsletter already and want to congratulate you on your new adventure!!! If I won this jelly roll, I'd make a set of placemats and a matching table runner!! Thanks for the chance!

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  32. I need napkins, place-mats and a new table runner. Love the fabrics!

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  33. I've seen some really cute patterns for jelly roll quilts lately. One is called Strip-It fire that I really like

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  34. I'd make a spring quilt from this beautiful jelly roll!
    Susie

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  35. I keep seeing fun quilts made from Jelly Rolls, but I don't have any yet so this would be a perfect start! Thanks! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  36. I would love to make a quilt with this. I'm not sure if I'll do a zig zag or something different. Thanks, and have fun at the wedding!

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  37. Good luck with the new shop! I'd try a jelly roll race-never made one of those! Or perhaps some totes for spring.

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  38. I have a couple craft projects in mind that require fabric strips this size. Thanks for the chance!

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  39. Those colors and prints look perfect for a dear aunt of mine, so I would make a quilt or bag for her.

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  40. So bright and beautiful!!!! I would make a beautiful quilt with it:) Not sure of the pattern yet:)

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  41. I would make a quilt for a sweet grand daughter going off to college.

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  42. Love the fabric.....definitely make a quilt for my great niece she loves bright colors.....

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  43. I would add some solids and make a contrasting star quilt.

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  44. It is starting to get blustery here in Oregon which is when I make my Spring and Summer style quilts. It makes me happy to make bright, sunny quilts when it is dark, dreary and cold. So, yes a bright, beautiful quilt for a dear friend who has helped us a lot in our garden this year.

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  45. Jelly rolls are great to use when making a nursing home or Linus quilt. That's what I use mine for!

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  46. What lovely cheerful fabric! I'd make a lap quilt for my dad with this. Thanks!

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  47. I think I would make a jelly roll race quilt with a white square at each strip and............ keep it for me! It is such a happy fabric!

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  48. I'd turn it into a quilt for my friend's baby.

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  49. I have never sewn with a jelly roll before, but I just saw one of those race quilts and it was so cool. I would love to try it.

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  50. Wonderful colors would make a gorgeous mini quilt!

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  51. I'd make a little quilt with it. It would be my first quilt.

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  52. I would love to make some pretty cushions for my daughters room! thanks!

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  53. I see a quilt in the making......thank you
    sewfabrics@outlook.com

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  54. I would make a quilt with this pretty collection. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  55. These bright colors would make one or more happy baby quilt(s) for some soon to be arriving babies in my extended family.

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  56. This gorgeous jelly roll would make a great quilt for our elder granddaughter who loves bright colors and flowers. It would be perfect.

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  57. I'd make a beautiful lap quilt to cheer up the cold winter! x

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  58. I'd make a lap quilt for myself. The fabrics are gorgeous!

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  59. I'd really like to make some pillows and/or pillowcases! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  60. Beautiful fabric would make a nice lap quilt and a couple of covers for pillows for the couch

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  61. This would make a wonderfully cheerful baby/crib quilt. Thanks!

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  62. I'd make a quilt to take to those chilly afternoons at the ballpark or for a younger child to cuddle under while reading a fantastic book! akronne17@gmail.com

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  64. I would add a white jelly and make a quilt.for one of my grand children

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  65. I would make a striped wall quilt.

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  66. Love the beautiful bright colors. Would love to win! Definitely would sew a lap quilt to brighten up those dreary winter days.

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  67. Love the beautiful bright colors. Would love to win! Definitely would sew a lap quilt to brighten up those dreary winter days.

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  68. I would make a jelly roll quilt with this beautiful fabric! I usually use charm squares, but there is a pattern that uses jelly rolls that I really want to try. Thanks for the chance.
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  69. Congratulations on your new shop! You have some really pretty fabrics here.

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  70. I have a couple different jelly roll books that I could easily pick from, not to mention all the inspiration you see in blog land!! Congrats on setting up shop!!

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  71. How lovely! A special pillowcase dress for a little girl in need.

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