Tuesday, November 13, 2012

giveaway time.....(closed)

We have been lacking in our giveaways lately
and wanted to make it up to you with this double whammy.

Enter to win this awesome
NEW remix ovals bundle from Ann Kelle and Robert Kaufman

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You will get a total of 15 fat quarters
  one of each of the above colors

what a great way to start your stash

I love these colors 

to enter leave a comment as to what you might create with these fun ovals and don't forget to leave contact information like a email so you can be notified when you win.


BUT now for the double whammy

we are hosting a giveaway with HoneyBear Lane  and are giving away the same bundle.

so.....

that means head on over to Heidi's blog and enter and double your chances of winning BUT make sure to follow her blog and etsy shoppe first. Enter HERE.

Heidi makes some awesome puff quilts in her shoppe and also sells pdf patterns so you can learn to make one yourself.  What caught my eye is her zig zag quilt featured on her blog. I love this blanket, head to her blog to check it out.

have fun entering, I can't wait to read what you will create.

Giveaway ends on Nov 20












125 comments:

PippaP said...

I'd make a plus quilt, I need more of remix, I've bought some to make a start :)

Heidi V said...

I think I'd attempt a quilt with these beautiful fabrics!!

The Zimmermans said...

I'd make some twirly skirts for my daughter!

DianeY said...

I would probably add these to my stash to use in quilty projects. I've had some of these before and love how well they go with other fabrics. They are great "almost solids"

Jamie Lee said...

These are great fabrics! I'd use them in different quilts. Thanks for the chance!

Jennie P. said...

I would add them to quilts. Probably not all at once. I'd mix and match with other fabrics! Could make a cute purse too!

Leigh said...

I've been picturing a rainbow chevron quilt for myself! I'll need the bright cheerful colors as Wisconsin winter sets in!

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

Oh wow, they would be an awesome addition to my fabrics to make some gorgeous quilts!

halfstitched said...

These would be a great addition to a quilt I'm planning out. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Jill said...

Great giveaway! I think I'd start with skirts or dresses for my new baby girl, and just keep having fun after that!

Tonya said...

These would be great to make a skirt for my daughter and some ties for my boys!!

Dawn said...

Oh my! I just love Dresden's and I think these would make some terrific ones! For a quilt? Maybe. For a table topper? Maybe. Thanks for the great giveaway! :)

Jen said...

I would make a car seat cover for my friend. Due in about 2 weeks!

cherie godbey said...

I would mix in some solids for the sampler I am starting in the New Year! Thanks for the chance!

Lisa Marie said...

I would start with pillows! I would also use bits of these fabrics in my scrappy quilts, which always include plenty of dots and spots, but I have never had these particular ones. Crossing my fingers, I would love to win!

Deanna said...

I'd make some lone starburst blocks. I think they'd look good as stars :)

lindsay said...

Gorgeous! Pillows and napkins and purl bee penguins - oh my!

Mruna Mistry said...

These just shout out 'make us into a cute dress' to me!

Jo said...

Placemats and a table topper!

Allison C said...

I really want this and have been trying to avoid buying more fabric, but these are super tempting! I would make some baby gifts and probably some coasters and placemats. And maybe a zipper pouch for myself.

Nancy said...

Oh so lovely! I think they would be really nice as a rainbow quilt. Thanks for sharing.

pianomama said...

I'd make a chevron quilt w/ these prints and some coordinating solids....YUMMY!

Charlotte E said...

Ooh what a colourful bundle. I think these would look great made into some little purses.

Aaron and Julie said...

I've been pondering about making another quilt, those would be fun to create something. trulyjuly@juno.com

Beulah said...

I desperately want to make quilted curtains to go in my sewing room...these prints would be added to the stash of fabric I am collecting for the quilted curtain project! So adorable!!!

sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

Beth said...

That is a wonderful giveaway. I would love to use those in a quilt.

Toni said...

I think some paper pieced flying geese pillows would look cute on kids bed.

Meghan said...

I would do a doll quilt I think as a Christmas present.

barbara woods said...

i will make a quilt and that would make it so easy thanks

KristyMN said...

That is awesome! I would make a new, lovely set of napkins and place mats! I need some badly and this fabric bundle would be perfect for it.

Melinda said...

I think they would look great in a star crossed stitch block quilt!

Mommarock said...

I have a quilt as you go that I have been wanting to do, it calls for a bright bold print in the centers and this would be fantastic!!

Suzie H said...

Ooh! These would make great, colorful seat cushions and a table runner for our dining room!

supermom82 at gmail dot com

ritainalaska said...

i'd make a dresdan plates pattern with this bundle. what fun to work up! thanx for the chance to do so.

Rebecca said...

I'd use them in some charity quilts - it's so great having lots of colors in my stash to work with :)
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Nancy D. said...

I love these for using in block swaps. The color variety is great!

Johanna said...

These would mix in great to make the pow wow quilt from Cluck Cluck Sew!

Staci said...

I would make a couple ties for my boys and use some to make some fabric letters I saw on pintrest. I sure could use some more gender neutral material.

stacthespac(@)yahoo(.)com

Katrin said...

I think a Swoon quilt would be awesome in these fabrics. Thanks!

Kelli said...

I might just stare at them for awhile because I LOVE them, but eventually I think I'd use them in bee blocks for friends so I could share the happiness! ;)

Jan said...

A quilt with these would be the best.

LeAnne said...

I need a new quilt for my bed. These fabrics would make it so much fun!

Zoe said...

Those colors are incredible! I would like to make some happy, bright winter time placemats.

ELNM said...

I'm a new quilter so this would be great to build my stash - there is a color to go with everything! Thanks for a fabulous giveaway!
ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

gccmom said...

These are lovely. I would use them to add to projects that I would make. I don't have many good fabrics for blending.

Lesley said...

Love these fabrics!! I would start with a few throw pillows.

pkrueger said...

Love the ovals! I've been wanting to make a Amy Butler bag and this would be perfect fabric.

carrie said...

I think a Swoon quilt would be great in this fabric!

Francis Paul said...

I JUST SEARCHED ONLINE WHAT TO USE FOR MY NEW PATTERN 'PLAYTIME' BY NEEDLES AND LEMONS AND I CAME TO THE GREY OVAL!!!

Francis Paul said...

Sorry I just used caps :-(

Sarah Bowes-Pope said...

I would love to make a quilt with these or maybe a bag. Love the fabrics!

Sallie said...

I'd use them in a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

memmens said...

Wow this is so generous I'd be delighted with this bundle, I can see myself using it in various projects, purses, quilts and just for stroking (did I just write that?)

Patti said...

I can see these beauties being used for so many things, from cushions to totes! Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

Gill said...

Fabulous fabrics!
I'd make a quilt for my daughter!

Jennifer Gail said...

I would make my Mother a quilt. thanks

Linda R. said...

I've been wanting to make a granny square quilt and I think these fabrics would be perfect. Thanks for a chance to win!

Gina said...

I have three girls I love to make stuff for so I'd probably start with some skirts and hair accesories

Barb said...

I would make an oval quilt (like the circle quilt I've made with circle fabrics). They're gorgeous!

CountryBelle said...

Those colors are awesome!!!! I'm a little short on ideas right now, but I'm loving all the ruffled stocking tutorials out there!!

Amys Crafty Shenanigans said...

I'd like one of those shirts that everyone is making - the dark green fabric with ovals would be perfect!! And I'd also like a bag out of it -- YUM!!!!

Bron @ Stop That Owl said...

I think I'd pair this bundle with some matching solids and make a chevron quilt.

justacraftymom said...

I would make a twister quilt???

Katie B. said...

I love to add these to my quilt fabri stash! They'd make some cute pouches too.

sandy said...

I'd start with a darling little dress for my two year old granddaughter. They are as "cool" as dots.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary W Quilts said...

Wow. Great stash builders. I would like to make a rainbow quilt with diamonds and dark smashing. These would be a great start for tha. Thanks for the giveaway. Mary

Debbie Weis said...

These are some beautiful fabrics! First I would admire all the vibrant
colors..then I would use them to create beautiful baby items.

Danbury Quilter said...

Thank you for the fabulous giveaway!! I would make a quilt for me and a quilt for my niece!!

amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

Marcia W. said...

I'm a quilter so would make a quilt. If win and have the bundle in my hands, then will check to see how it plays with 30s fabrics for a Dresden plate quilt ... or one of Skip the Borders quilts in Julie Herman's new book. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

HollowSquirrel said...

I'd use them for art carriers and a lap quilt for my mama!

supersara20 said...

I'd have to use a little for my stash and some to add to my ongoing string quilt.

Caroline @ Artfully Caroline said...

I ao love those dot. I would pick out a few to make a fun bag and use the rest with my stash of scraps for a fun rainbow quilt

Anda W said...

I would love to make a pinwheel quilt with white constant colour in it! awolk at rogers dot com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Faria umas almofadas para minhas lindas cadeira.
Obrigada.

tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Alyssa said...

Those would make a fun quilt, or LOTS of fun headbands!

Fran said...

I would make a throw quilt with a white solid added in. I love these fabrics, so cute! Thanks for the fab giveaway

Rie said...

Love those fabrics! I think I would either make big throw cushions for all the rooms or maybe try to make a really cool tent thingy for my toddler to play in when he is outside.

Tammy said...

Love these fabrics. I need a border fabric for a quilt I'm making for my niece. Theses would be perfect.

Tamwallis@gmail.com

Nays Place said...

Love these fabrics especially the colours - I'm making quilts for our local kindy and these would make great bright quilt with alphabet letter and numbers on it - also Nov 20th is my birthday so what a great birthday present thanks for a lvoely giveaway

Mom2RyandSis said...

I think they would make a fun quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

allierae said...

I would totally make a cute patchwork tote.

Kathrynn said...

Napkins and placemats

mean sarah jean said...

There's a quilt I've been wanting to make that these will be perfect for. I could also see them used in a tote bag.

JLG said...

A patchwork quilt! Maybe even a chevron quilt!

Michala said...

I'd make some fabulously bright cushions with this amazing fabric!

jenna said...

These would be great in a quilt! Maybe just throw in some solids.

B Greene said...

Usually I would say a quilt (and that is still a possibility), but I think I would start with a new wallet for myself.

Laura Decato said...

I would make them into skirts for my daughter!

SuzyMcQ said...

Lovin' me those ovals. I would use the blue ones for a nautical pillow idea I've been working on. They would be perfection, and, well, for all the others I think a cute lap quilt to keep my lap warm on long, cold winter nights!

Great giveaway!

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

Awsome! Thank you for offering this generous giveaway!
I'd make Helix from the Geared For Guys book with a grey solid. My fingers are itching... :-)

Rhonda D. said...

I would use these in some quilting projects that I am working on. Thanks for the chance to win!

wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Kelsey said...

These would make a great baby quilt!

Robin said...

These would make a very cute baby blanket, mixed with white. Would LOVE to win them. Thanks!

Stacey said...

Love these! I'd make some cute bags for my friends :)

Jiannyia said...

I'd use a few of these to make some cutesy dresses that my best friend, who lives halfway around the world could dress her future daughter in.

Tamara P said...

I am looking for some inspiration to start my own puff quilt, which these would be perfect for!

Jen said...

I have 2 little daughters...so, dresses, baby blankets, etc. etc. They are always keeping me busy asking for new things :)

Lisa C said...

I would make my third plus quilt. I would add some solids to separate the "plus" in this one. I saw a picture recently and that added a different look. Thanks for the chance to win.

Mev_Lohman said...

Yes, please! I'd make a quilt for my friend Amy :)

Jennyroo said...

I would love to do a bright scrappy quilt with Remix Ovals, some Riley Black chevron, and some Ombre dots that I have at home!

Cherie said...

Oh man! How awesome! I am a beginner sewer (you have to start somewhere right?) I really want to learn how to quilt so I have been purchasing fabrics I like. I would LOVE to add this to my stash so I can make a quilt!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

cherie.goyer at gmail.com
http://oneheartscrapper.blogspot.com

Ella said...

I've been wanting to do some curves on a quilt. These would work great!

Swedish Scrapper said...

Well I think these ovals would be fab for placemats and kitchen accents, but there are so many colors they would be perfect as blenders for pillows or throw quilts to!

Bethany said...
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Bethany said...

I would love to make clutches with these fabrics as christmas gifts. With the scraps I would make a lap quilt for my little one

Catskill Quilter said...

Love this fabric! I have a feeling that I would use it in multiple projects to add a bright punch of color!

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

Those are fun! maybe some totes for teacher gifts?

Randi said...

Oooh that looks like a fun stash! I would make pouch organizers for kids (I bought the 100 pack of asst'd zippers that I need to somehow use up too...)

Jenny said...

i was thinking of making some dolls for my daughters friends at school...these would make awesome doll bodies...and so fun if the girls could all have the same fabric in different colors!

Jane S. said...

Wow those are bright and fun! I think I'd like to make a chevron quilt with those. Those ovals are so cute. :)

sharon g said...

sharon dot gullikson at gmail dot com
I would make a really cool doll bedding set for my niece.

Tonya Morris said...

Love them. I think I would make some cute bags or purses. I've been wanting to give it a try

Thanks,
Tonyapmorris@comcast.net

Deborah said...

I have had my eye on this fabric for ages - I would stash it and use it to mix and match as I make quilts and cushion covers.

Jenniffier Kramer said...

A quilt and maybe a bag... oh the choices.

Thanks for the chance to win. Jennifer at gmail.

Rebeckah Austin said...

I just saw a "pezzy brick rode" quilt that could be cute :)

Laura Beech said...

Baby Quilts!!!!! As many I as I can-so many babies coming in the next few months.

Crystal said...

These are soooo gorgeous! I see a bright family-sized quilt for movie nights!

Fiber of All Sorts said...

How lovely! I could make stars of of these. . on white to make them POP POP POP

LT said...

What fun! I think I'd make a fun placemat and napkins settings!

Devon said...

Oh my gosh! So much fabric! I think id split them up into color groups and make seasonal placemats/napkins/table runners!

Heather A said...

I think these would look cheery and bright in a quilt for our cabin at the lake!

A. said...

Great colors. They'd look great in a Dresden plate or chevron setup.

I really need new pillow covers. Getting bored with mine! So, probably that!!

Angie said...

Definitely a quilt!

Kristen said...

A quilt!

The Perfect Trio said...

i'm really wanting to make stockings for my kiddos this year!!

jakemelissajakea@aol.com

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