Monday, June 28, 2010

"More for Me" Monday | Tufted Tweets

Congratulations again to our Castle Peeps winners! If you haven't done so already, please send your mailing information to us at fatquarterly@googlemail.com so that we can get your prize out to you ASAP.

So it's Monday again, and you know what that means ... GIVEAWAY!

Today we are featuring one of the hottest, most buzzed-about fabric lines so far this year: the gorgeous Tufted Tweets collection by Laurie Wisbrun for Robert Kaufman.

Tufted Tweets FQ's

One lucky winner will receive a fat quarter set of the entire collection!

Tufted Tweets FQ's

Like what you see? We thought so! If you'd like to win these fabrics (and, to be honest, who wouldn't?), simply leave us a comment below. Let us know one thing that you hope will be included in our next issue. We'll select one winner at random next Sunday, July 4th.

Tufted Tweets FQ's

Don't forget -- issue #2 of Fat Quarterly will be available Tuesday, July 27th!

366 comments:

  1. I would love to see more tutorials!1

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  2. those are definitely some really cute and wonderful fabrics! I'm thinking that some lovely pillows would be perfect :)

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  3. These are incredibly gorgeous - so bright and bold! I would love to see a quilt pattern that uses fabrics like these in the next issue.

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  4. I'd love to see some more tutorials on different types of quilt blocks. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. Tutorials would be great for beginner quilters like myself, and great advice for tackling more ambitious projects!

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  6. Beautiful! I'd love to see some tutorials about cutting fabric- I have such a hard time with that and would love to hear your tips and tricks!

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  7. Thanks for the giveaway! I agree with Molly that it would be great to see an innovative pattern, rather than just strips or patchwork squares, that used large scale prints

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  8. I would love to see a quilt-a-long tutorial.

    Gorgeous fabrics!

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  9. A modern pincushion would be fun.

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  10. I keep seing these fabrics & am loving them!
    I'd like to see some folded / pleated log cabin & blocks that produce a secondary design. Also ideas for borders
    Thanks!
    Chris x

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  11. I love quiltalongs, would love to see a cool modern one in the next issue!

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  12. I love seeing options...like a quilt buffet with many options to choose from... ;o)

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  13. It would be great to see some blocks made using large scale prints.
    These fabrics are gorgeous btw!

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  14. Yum, yum. I really liked the wonky block in the last issue, and I would definitely like to see some more tutorials maybe on how to do "wonky".

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  15. I would love to see advice on how to pick out color/fabric combinations for a quilt or project.

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  16. A pattern featuring these fabulous fabrics would be fun to see in the next issue...!

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  17. This is very basic, but I am new to quilting. I would love to see the finishings of a quilt like how to bind, different quilting styles.

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  18. tutorials are aways fun! and I have a lot to learn :) Thanks for sharing the great fabric, I LOVE the colors.

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  19. wow! thanks for the give away!!

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  20. LOVE the fabric! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. Your first issue was fabulous. Just keep up the good work. I'm searching for patterns using modern lines of fabric.

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  22. I would love to see some things done with the lovely voile from AMH and with Hope Valley. I am obsessed with both!

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  23. I have been drooling over this fabric, designing a quilt in my head for it ... I would love to make it come true!

    I would love to see more tutorials. (have you thought of doing a podcast?)

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  24. LOVE this fabric (although there really isn't many fabrics that I don't love!) I would love to see a pattern using fat quarters. Thanks for the chance to win :o

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  25. Tutorials with beginners in mind would be marvelous!~

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  26. i really want to win this one!!! anything quilty would be great, but I also like to hear from fabric designers.

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  27. Oh drool....What fabulous colors!!

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  28. Awesome! I'd love to see more tutorials!

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  29. Have to love those dots and bright colors. Purple ones especially!!

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  30. I love these fabrics. I want to see more great patterns. I made the pillow from the last issue and love it. I get tons of compliments on it.

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  31. I love seeing everything!!! MORE MORE MORE!!! :) What I would love to see are more issues, more often! I know...more work for all of you! hee hee! I do look forward to when my favorite publications come out. Compliments on the first issue...it was fabulous and I think you cover a lot of stuff for everyone...so kudos! I guess if I wanted to see something more it would be about ironing/pressing or more about machine quilting.

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  32. oh I love Laurie's fabrics! I would like to see another pillow...something unique and fabulous using these fabrics ;) Also I like to see different kinds of fabric used in the projects.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  33. Beautiful fabrics.
    I'm a sucker for a good tutorial. It could be anything... I just enjoy seeing how things are made.

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  34. Wow-wee! I'm looking forward to new patterns, and hopefully more tutorials. it's always nice to have a pro lead you through something new, makes it less intimidating.

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  35. Love these fabrics! I already have some, but want more! I think I'd like to see more on color theory-sometimes I see a quilt that has a great contrast color that I never would have dreamed would work & it's perfect! It can't be an accident!

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  36. such pretty fabrics!
    I like fat quarter friendly projects :-)

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  37. I'm waiting to buy my first copy when this next one comes out - can't wait. I'd love to see patterns with modern fabrics and using plains too such as kona solids. Thanks, Julie

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  38. I would love to see a tips/tricks article, maybe with input sent in from readers of ways they have found to make things easier, or more productive, or cheaper, etc!

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  39. Thanks for another great giveaway! I am always a fan of tutorials.

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  40. I always love patterns, especially ones that can be completed while my little one's napping, but some articles on the history of quilting would be really interesting.

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  41. I already ordered this fabric but I want more ! ;-)

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  42. Love the fabric and thanks for the give a way. I would love tutorials

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  43. Love these fabrics! I'm keeping my fingers crossed... and in the next issue, you guess it, I'd love to see more tutorials!

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  44. I'd love to see a video tutorial for a cathedral window....and I'd LOVE to have these fabrics!! :)

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  45. I'm so in love with this line. I'd love to see a collection of all the sneaky little tricks people use to make their lives easier. Or a tutorial on making your own quilt designs and patterns. A do it yourself kind of thing.

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  46. More fabulous fabric I would love to call my own. I am not sure if I can win again, but if so, please count me in!

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  47. More tutorials, I'm a beginner!

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  48. I love the chair print with the birds.... adorable!

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  49. Love the little birds ... would be so fun to sew with.
    Jessie
    halladay@umich.edu

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  50. I'd love to see some tricks of the trade that all the more experienced quilters have gathered, things like the best way to baste a quilt, how to make all your points match up perfectly, just little things. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. Thanks for the givaway!! I'd love to see a tutorial for a Dresden block made with very modern fabrics and a print backgrpound!! Polly

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  52. has the magazine staff thought to address different types of fabric? organic vs. designer vs. box store (Joann...Hobby Lobby...IKEA)vs. Spoonflower and how these hold up compared to each other??
    would love some tufted tweets!

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  53. Love these fabrics! I would love to see more tutorials, they are always wonderful...maybe a fnu modern quilt block tutorial or something.

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  54. Oops. I forgot to say what I'd like to see in the next issue. I like some tips or a tutorial on making simple kids' garments. Pajamas, skirts, pants, etc. Thanks!

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  55. Oooh, great giveaway - thanks!! Fat-quarter friendly patterns and tutes are always welcome. And definitely some funky patterns for showcasing large-scale fabrics.

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  56. I'd love to see some tutorials on free motion quilting, how-to, quilting patterns. Thank you for the change to win! Love the fabrics!

    Kamal
    monahtkm (at) gmail (dot) com

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  57. I would like to see a holiday project in the next FQ.

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  58. Hello,
    This may seem random, but I would like an article about purchasing fabric. The new popular collections go so quickly and I always end up paying way too much for them on the sort-of after market. Also, how about some tutorials that really show off the fabric. Something that has large pieces of special fabric. I love Fat Quarterly! The first issue was wonderful and I look forward to the next. Thanks :)

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  59. Love the fabric!

    I am hoping to see some quick projects for using fat quarters to make my sewing room look awesome and colorful while still being very functional without having to go out and buy a lot of additional materials.

    I hope I win!!!

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  60. I am in a quilt-a-long and am loving it. I think it would be fun to start some more :) Those fabrics are so fun! I am so crossing my fingers!

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  61. I would like to see tutorials on free motion quilting. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  62. Those reds are too delicious!!

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  63. Hi there! I love the giveaway - such springy bright colors! I'd like to see a tutorial on paper piecing. It's something different that I'm a little nervous about starting. Happy Monday to you!

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  64. fun, modern quilting techniques beyond stippling would be nice

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  65. Sometimes I have a quilt where I don't really want to stipple, so some not-so-ordinary straight line quilting patterns would be great!

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  66. I liked the flying geese challenge in the first issue. even though I could not enter (sewing room packed up due to window replacement and looong prep... painting etc...) I thought about it a lot and had fun thinking up what I could do! I came up with something nice but the window people ran over and I ran out of time! But I loved the challenge and more challenges like that would be great! (as well as those fabulous patterns you all think up!)

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  67. I would love to see a pattern for large scale prints. And yes, I agree with a Kristine, some quilting patterns with straight lines would be great, too!

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  68. fun stuff! i totally agree with the woman who wanted more info on paper piecing -- i've never done it and i don't really understand how it works!

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  69. Maybe a discussion on pre-washing vs not prewashing fabrics. When it's good, bad, needed!

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  70. I especially love those oval dots with the little birdies...so cute! How about some advance hints on fabrics coming down the pike!

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  71. Beautiful fabric! I would love to see a piece on color selection - one pattern shown with different color choices (ex: subdued, bright/summery).

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  72. I'd love to see some more tutorials- loved having a go at the crazy log cabin fairytale quilt. Also bit of info about choosing correct wadding/batting would be really useful

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  73. LOVE those fabrics.... I would like some tutorials on quick gifts to make.....

    Thank you!

    SheilaC

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  74. Hallo from sunny Copenhagen
    Love these modern fabrics in retro color
    Zipper bag patterns in different sizes for small and large projects

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  75. I love seeing the fabrics, maybe a pattern or how to would be nice to go along with them.

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  76. These are excellent, thanks for the giveaway.

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  77. I am hoping to see at least one project that can be used in the kitchen, e.g., potholder, placemat, apron, etc. And don't you think this fabric collection would make great kitchen stuff??

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  78. Ideas on choosing and combining colors would be great. A quilt along would be fun; I've just done my first one and it kept me on track.
    This is a lovely giveaway; thank you.

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  79. Fabulous fabrics!!!!!!! :) I would love to have information on applique on quilts and designing mini quilts. Inspiration from talented, experienced folks always gets my creative side going.

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  80. Beautiful! I hope you include some baby ideas in your next issue. I've promised myself that I'll start working on projects for the little one in utero as soon as I get two more projects finished up first.

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  81. oh my! what wonderful fabrics! I would love to have some tips on raw edge applique quilting, mine comes out all frayed and messy no matter what I do- perhaps I am using a wadding which is much to thick for my machine and the result is a frayed applique..im not sure but i need advice!

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  82. Wonderful giveaway! I would like to see some info on using large prints in quilts. Thanks!

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  83. I have been coveting this fabric since I heard about it! In the next issue I'd love to see some suggestions for (non-cheesy) projects for the bathroom. I'm always trying to stay sorted and organized in style.

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  84. Wonderful giveaway, fingers, toes and nosehairs crossed that I win this time, hee, hee. I would love lots of tips and hints on quilting tools and objects that quilters can't live without..oh and how to set up your quilting room properly and effectively. Thank you ♥

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  85. Those are so pretty! What a great cuddly quilt they would make to keep a dreary winter day bright!

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  86. A quilt pattern would be great. Something that really features these large prints.

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  87. I'm working with a quilt using these Tufted Tweets right now, and I want MORE, MORE, MORE.....*L*

    I do like to see projects using the newest fabrics; not necessarily a collection, but a mix and match of those.

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  88. What a great giveaway. Thanks. I would love to see more modern gorgeous minis, pillows, quilts etc

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  89. Definitely more tutorials -- I'm always looking for more techniques and patterns as I teach myself quilting via the Internet. :) Thanks for the chance to enter!

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  90. How generous! I can't think of what I'd like to see more of though - just inspiring pictures, I guess.

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  91. What fun fabrics! I have an art caddy pattern that screams for these fabrics!

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  92. Oh, I love these fabrics! A fat quarter set would be absolutely a.maz.ing. Amazing, I tell you!

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  93. Such beautiful fabrics, and they seem to be sold out all over the place too - I've been desperataly searching for them and as a result I have been dreaming about them two nights running now, LOL.
    I hope for ideas on how to use large scale fabric in your next issue, but whatever you do, I know it will be great - loved the first issue!

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  94. I love the fabric!!
    I think I would like to see more tutorials & some cool new quilt ideas in the next issue.

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  95. Lovely fabrics I'd like to see more complicated patterns, or traditional patterns with a fresh modern twist.

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  96. I would love to be able to see FQ mag period...can't do it with dial up! But I do keep in touch with your blog!!

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  97. This fabric is wonderful. I'd love to see tutorials on using templates & cutting fabric with templates... as a newcomer to quilting these plastic templates scare the life out of me!

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  98. Beautiful fabric. Tutorials on quilting basics are what I need.

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  99. I would love to see fabrics from different lines combined into custom quilt sets.

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  100. How about a "best practice"? I quilted for years before I learned about using a leader and ender....

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  101. I love this fabric line!

    I'd like to see some quilts that are produced with clever rotary cutting instructions (fast cutting or clever cut and sew assembly)

    :) Linda

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  102. Hmmm, let's see...in the next issue I'd like to see more interviews with bloggers or people who are up and coming!

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  103. I love tutorials! thanks for such an awesome giveaway!

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  104. different machine quilting techniques, this would be something I would like to explore more....
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  105. I really love these! Please pick me! :-) I am looking forward to your next issue. I subscribed already! I would love to see more funky and unique patterns...or simple patterns with funky and unique fabrics. I like that about the magazine...lots of funk. I also love patterns for small "gifty" items I can make up quickly to give away when I need a gift. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! stephiepeterson@yahoo.com

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  106. Ways to use precuts! Love this fabric!

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  107. I always like to see how inspiration leads to the final quilt.
    bdesign_cc@yahoo.com.au

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  108. I'd love to see color inspiration. Where does it come from? How to pull together lots of vibrant color?

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  109. I'm in love with Tufted Tweets! That gorgeous red with the vibrant purple is just delicious to look at.

    I love to see and hear about the design process behind quilts - how and where quilters find their inspiration!

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  110. Lots of tutorials and show us the new fabrics

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  111. So many great ideas already posted- quilts made with fat quarters, inspirations, uses of large scale prints, small, quick gifts... Beginning machine quilting would be great. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  112. OOOOOOHHHH! Love these! I would love to see very traditional quilts re-interpreted in modern ways. I always find that fascinating!

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  113. Lovely fabrics - I would like to see something on the actual quilting - what designs work with different blocks etc

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  114. The colors and birds of Tufted Tweets, oh my! Please enter me into the drawing. For the next issue of FQ (after this week) suggest a discussion of "across current/new fabric collections, how to mix and match prints and solids when making a quilt." For example, what Kona or Bella solids to use with Hope Valley or Tufted Tweets or Castle Peeps etc. for a certain quilt design, and why. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  115. What wonderful fabric!!! I'd love to see a single quilt pattern down in very different color palettes.

    Patty D

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  116. Awesome fabric. I would love to see tips for solving quilting mistakes!

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  117. What a awesome collection!! I would so love to win these! Thanks for the giveaway.

    Let's see, in the next issue, I would love to see some ideas for projects using the type of colorful, modern fabrics showcased in this collection, with bold, clean lines.

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  118. The next issue? How about another giveaway?
    ~a
    Maybe if you have enough, I can win one?

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  119. i love tutorials and would love to see more of those! i'd also like to see an article about designing blocks to showcase large-scale prints like these.

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  120. I have had my eye on these fabrics. My local store is not going to have them. I would love to see a tutorial on how to finish a quilt with no binding. I have seen some quilts finished this way and they are stunning. Don't know what it is called. artwarelv@embarqmail.com

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  121. Id like to see some articles about screen printed fabric (Saffron Craig, Aunt Cookie, Show Pony, Ink & Spindle etc), and maybe a tutorial for making some ourselves :-)

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  122. love the fabrics - would love to win! What would I like to see more of..... tutorials! Love on line instructions.

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  123. Love the fabrics!! I'd love to see some good info on the different types of thread and sewing machine needles you quilters use!

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  124. I'd love some step-by-step on getting started on free-motion quilting.

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  125. hi! How about something on light value? (Um, I think i'm talking about how to match dark and light fabrics, but I'm not 100% sure, thus my need for the info!)

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  126. I have been drooling over these gorgeous colors and definitely anything on free-motion techniques would be helpful. Also how about math for quilters -as it relates to coming up with blocks/designs/putting larger designs together. Thanks!

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  127. I'd love to read about how people design their own quilts.

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  128. I'm so in love with this collection. Pick me! Pick me! I'd love to read more about color selection for modern quilts. And of course more yummy free patterns.

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  129. I love those fabrics and I can't wait for the 2nd issue to come out.
    I would like info on stars in a future issue. I love star blocks.

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  130. All I want to see is more of the same quality as Issue one provided! Can't wait!

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  131. I love bags! A quilted bag would be great. Thanks for a great publication!

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  132. Those are FABULOUS fabrics!!!

    I'd love to see a really good "how to bind something for a super dummy" guide. I want to make table runners and placemats, but I'm too chicken because I don't know how to bind stuff.

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  133. I would love to see more fabrics, old or new! Thank you for the chance to win these yummy fabrics!!

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  134. Wow, what a wonderful give-away. Thanks for the chance to win. I'd like to see a section dedicated to online fabric shopping - hints on what fabric to buy, coordinating Kona Solids to go with popular lines, coordinating prints from different collections.

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  135. I would like to see more tutorials, I like seeing cool quilts or projects and seeing they really aren't so hard to do.

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  136. Thank you for a great giveaway. Like several others, tutorials are my favorite, especially when they show shortcuts!

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  137. I love the fresh bold print, so beautiful. I'd love a tutorial on making aprons.

    Tennile B

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  138. More of the same please .... but perhaps some higher resolution images of those gorgeous quilts.
    Eye candy please!!

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  139. I'd love some tutorials in your next issue with photos showing each step (I'm a very visual learner). TT is a great collection -- would love to win!

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  140. So beautiful these colors. Looks good enough to eat...like fruit.

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  141. I would love more tutorials. I am obsessed with them! Thanks for the opportunity to win these fabulous pieces of ART! I love fabric!!

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  142. I would love to see a tutorial!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win this lovely material!
    =-)

    http(colon)//quiltporn(dot)blogspot(dot)com

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  143. Gorgeous, I'd love to see how you all label your quilts.

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  144. Woohooo! I love to here more about where you'll get your inasipartions for projects.

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  145. I'm ridiculously new at the whole quilting thing, so tutorials, I beg of thee! Tutorials!

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  146. I love these fabrics! In the next issue, I would like to see new patterns. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  147. maeve315@msn.comJune 28, 2010 at 8:15 PM

    The first issue was awesome, and I have looked it over many times (I did print out the whole thing, just had to have it in my hands!). I'd love to see quilted items (lap quilts, tablerunners, etc.) using a mix of different designer fabrics together, perhaps using Kona solids for sashing or borders, or middle blocks, etc. I'd also like some really nice Christmas projects, things that look really professional so they can be used as gifts. How about mixing batiks with designer lines? How about ideas for developing wall quilts (landscape, floral)? Oh, and I'd love to win this fat quarter sampler! Thanks!

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  148. I'd like to see more mini quilts. It would be neat to have each of the contributors tell a story and show a picture of one (or more?) of their own mini quilts.

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  149. Awesome giveaway!
    Tutorials on different quilt blocks are always appreciated :)

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  150. In the next issue, I would like to see some modern wool projects.

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  151. I love seeing patterns made up in different colorways. It really helps me brainstorm about how I could make the pattern take on a new life with a different fabric line or color palate.

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  152. I would LOVE to see a modern mystery quilt that lasted over several issues!

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  153. This is awesome fabric! Keep up the good work!

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  154. Thanks for another amazing chance to win. I would love to see a pattern and tips on sewing curved quilt pieces...as a beginner quilter I'm still not doing these so well.

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  155. What a fabulous giveaway! They are all just SO fabulous!
    I would love to see fat quarter friendly projects like funky bags, pillows, etc.
    Keep up the good work! :)

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  156. These prints are TO DIE FOR! I'm going to have to get some of these even if I don't win :)... What would be kind of cool would be a guide to the "in" color pallets of the season. Kind of like what the fashion magazines do... just a quick idea!

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  157. I love quilt a longs and tutorials.

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  158. Oh, I'd love to see a few sewing rooms of a few wonderful quilters! The fabric is beautiful. I'm sure I wont win, but why not hope?

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  159. I'd love to see some simple (but wonderful!) quilts for beginners and a discussion on how to begin to choose your fabrics to best effect. Love the Tufted Tweets fabrics, the colours are so wonderful and intense.

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  160. Great giveaway! I'd love to see more tutorials on free motion quilting. I know enough to get by, but I'd love to learn more trade secrets!

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  161. I would love to see more tutorials, particularly for unusual quilt patterns.

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  162. What a wonderful giveaway!! Would love to see an interview with Dana of the Old Red Barn Company on her quilt give aways, her quilt alongs, and her quilts. She seems to be an interesting woman with a big heart and love of quilting and I'd like to hear more about her.

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  163. I would like to read about how people build up a fabric stash.
    More tutorials too, maybe projects that could be completed in a weekend.

    Gorgeous fabric BTW, love the purple

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  164. Thanks for the chance to win! I'd love to see some advice about how to choose a good sewing machine for quilting.

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  165. Raw edge applique, like Kellie's work from the blog "dont look now" pls pls pls pls pls + everything everyone else has said tooooo

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  166. Kaleidoscope quilting would be nice. :)

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  167. I'd love to see a feature of different mini quilts or interviews with fabric designers!

    Thank you for holding this give away.

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  168. How divine are the fabrics?? I'd love to see a 'how to' on either sewing curves or machine quilting basics given I've been well and truly bitten by the quilting bug and would like to expand my repertoire. Thx for the chance :)

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  169. What wonderful fabrics. As a beginning quilter,it's hard for me to make a suggestion. I have so much to learn until sometimes it seems overwhelming.

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  170. I would love to see more presentations of young designers (fabric or patterns) and fabric lines...
    ; )

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  171. Holy Cow those are some drool worthy prints!!!

    I would love some tutorials please :)

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  172. I hope you'll include interviews with fabric designers, I'd love to know their secrets!

    murielvanderploeg at planet dot nl

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  173. Hi this line is fantastic! I would love you to include both tutorials for beginners (maybe a table runner?) and interviews.
    Thanks Monique

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  174. I am always looking for new ways to machine quilt and inspiration/tips/ for trying hand-quilting. That is my goal for this year, to learn how to hand-quilt (in a modern fashion) and try new designs for machine quilting. This fabric is so cool!

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  175. Featuring blogs and fabric is just the inspiration I need to keep my creative ideas coming. I love receiving your emails every week. Its like show and tell at school. The fabric is beautiful, fresh and clean colours.

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  176. Love this material! I'd like more information on hand quilting and perhaps some ideas for cushions.
    Thank you!

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  177. As a recent convert to quilting some more tutorials and techniques would be valued!

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  178. I love to learn more about the fabric design process...thanks for the giveaway!

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  179. love the fabrics, I'd like to see some tips and ideas on applique.

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  180. I would love to see more tutorials in the future and I know this is a quilting ezine, but I would love to learn some basic garment construction tips.

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  181. Great fabric, I love all the bright colors and designs. Would love to see a funky quilt design with this fabric and tut on paper piecing. Thanks for sharing such great fabric.

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  182. Awesome fabric! I'd like to see more projects on making quilt block pillows.

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  183. I love tutorials and modern quilt designs! I'm a beginner quilter. Thanks for giving us a chance to win!

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  184. Beautiful fabric.
    A feature on the principles of combining colour when designing quilts.
    Thanks.
    Alice

    alicemcary@hotmail.com

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  185. The fabrics are FANTASTIC! Would soooo like to get my hands on those :-)

    I would like to see an interview with a long-arm quilter and find out how she/he learned the tricks of the trade and any advice for novices who would like to go beyond "stitching in the ditch", without having to buy a long-arm quilting machine. HELP!

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  186. Always love more tutorials! And I always love to see "shortcuts"/tips/tricks for more efficient ways to do basic things...Like, I have a way to turn tubes that my mom taught me and nobody else had really thought about.
    Great giveaway! I've been craving some of this fabric myself! :)

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  187. oh man those fabrics are great!!! it would be nice to have more tutorials ... i'm a beginner!!

    karinamckenzie (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  188. Love to see some tutorials on paper piecing!

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  189. Great giveaway fabrics! I haven't broke down yet to buy any. Can't wait to see the next issue!!

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  190. gorgeous prize!
    i'd love to learn more about how to combine color & pattern. are there any "rules" or tips about how many large scale patterns v. small scale? & what about using those fabrics w/ large motifs (like heather ross) how do decide where to cut?

    thanks!
    gigi
    gigikennedy@yahoo.com

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  191. a table runner and coordinating table linens

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  192. Love these fabrics!! And would love more baby quilt ideas!

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  193. I would love to see something for the home. Especially with this fabric design. Something that can be used in the kitchen, living room etc. Along the lines of the Home Goods Swap we had on flickr.

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  194. I love what you're doing now! I'm always on the lookout for home decor items where the fabric is the "star", though...

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