Monday, July 26, 2010

OMG ... Mega Moda Giveaway!!!

Mega Moda Giveaway

It's a BIG, BIG week here at Fat Quarterly headquarters (or FQHQ, if you will).

First, our second issue launches TOMORROW! We're so excited to share what we've been working on and hope you've been enjoying the sneak peeks that we've been leaking over the past week.

Second, we are THRILLED to announce our newest sponsor, Moda Fabrics and the Moda Bake Shop! Surely by now you know about the wealth of free project ideas and patterns over at the Bake Shop, all made from pre-cut fabrics such as charm packs, jelly rolls, and layer cakes.

Mega Moda Giveaway

To celebrate both, we are hosting our largest giveaway yet! See that stack of yummy Moda pre-cuts above? It's a sampling of all of Moda's upcoming lines, including It's a Hoot, Pure, City Weekend, Punctuation, and Bliss. And ALL OF IT will go to one lucky Fat Quarterly reader!

So what's up for grabs?

Two adorable little sets of 2.5" squares of Bliss and Clermont Farms ...

Moda Giveaway | Mini Charm Packs

... a full fat quarter bundle of Punctuation by American Jane ...

Moda Giveaway | Punctuation FQ's

... charm packs of It's a Hoot and Pure ...

Moda Giveaway | Charm Packs

... a honey bun of Punctuation and a Bella Solids jelly roll ...

Moda Giveaway | Rolls

... and a layer cake of City Weekend by oliver + s.

Moda Giveaway | City Weekend Layer Cake

Ummm, wow. Enough good stuff for you? This mega prize will keep our lucky winner busy for a LOOO-OOONG time.

Will you be that lucky reader? Here's the drill. This giveaway is open to all of our blog readers. Simply leave a comment on this post, letting us know which FQ project you'd most like to make with these fabrics.

Want to increase your chances of winning? If you currently have a subscription to the FQ magazine, or if you purchase issue #2, you're eligible for a second entry. Just come back and leave a second comment indicating that you've recieved our second issue and tell us what you think!

We'll randomly select one winner to win this AWESOME prize next Monday, August 2nd.

709 comments:

  1. My jaw pretty much dropped open when I saw this amazing giveaway! I'd like to make a beautiful quilt with all that fabric! Amazing!

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  2. Ooh - AMAZING! I think I would have to choose the Sanctuary Quilt that was just shown last week - I can't wait for the new issue!

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  3. The possibilities are endless! I have a little niece/nephew arriving in September that I'm sure I could make lots of goodies for!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. Oh my word thats an amazing giveaway. I'd attempt my first ever quilt with this divine fabric x

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  5. These could be PERFECT for the quilt I'm making as a college graduation gift for my sister!

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  6. What an amazing giveaway. I've been wanting to make a coin quilt for a while now. Maybe these fabrics will inspire me enough to get moving on one.

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  7. AMAZING. I could make all sorts of wonderful projects. But first on my list is a table runner. I've been wanting to make a simple runner made from the Disappearing 9 Patch pattern.

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  8. FUN! Cannot wait to see all you have in store in the second issue....Hmm...I'm thinking I would love to make the bedtime story quilt from the first issue....

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  9. WOW! You folks have me slavering for the next issue! I bet the Jane fabrics would look wonderful in Brioni's daisy chain, don't you agree?

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  10. Already a subscriber and a follower and general fan.

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  11. What a wonderful giveaway....I would make a couple of the reading cushions and a lap quilt.

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  12. Congratulations on the new sponsor! That's wonderful :)
    I'd make a kaleidoscope quilt with those gorgeous FQs...and I'd keep it myself. I would love it too much to give it away. LOL.

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  13. Holy Cow! That's a lot of loot.... I am still gushing over Katy's Flying Geese quilt from issue #1, and would definitely sue some of this to create one for myself!

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  14. wow what an amazing giveaway... I would prbably attempt to make a first quilt with some of the fabric but truthfully I couldn't keept it all to myself I would have to give most of the giveaway away to others and keep things positive and pay it forward... I think thats alot of what blogging and giveaways should be about. it would be nice to keep some but just as much fun to send it out into the world and see what amazing things can be made by better sewers than I. :o)

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  15. This is the most amazing giveaway I have ever seen. I would love to make a couple of lap quilts out of this great fabric!

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  16. Ho-ly Cow! What a great giveaway! I could make another seriously cute pinwheels and prairie points baby quilt from that City Weekend!

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  17. Wow - my jaw hit the floor when I saw that picture! I would start with the table runner from the first issue and then pick whatever project catches my eye in the new issue!!

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  18. Do I have to commit to a project already? Can I just drool over them first for a while? Thanks for the chance to win something to drool on!

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  19. What a fantastic giveaway! I would definitely make a quilt but it looks like there is enough fabric for several fun projects.

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  20. I would love to make a flying geese quilt, or maybe some pillows, depending on my energy level.

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  21. WOW! What great sponsorship! Congrats!

    I'd want that big stack of American Jane to make lots and lots of things. *S*

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  22. I'm a subscriber....so it's the 2nd entry that's gonna do it for me.

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  23. Wow! That is one really great giveaway! I would be making my very first quilt if I won all of this fabulous fabric! I love all of your projects so I would have to narrow it down to one to get started with and go on from there till I run out of fabric! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  24. Would love to make another one of the Angela's Diaper Bags featured on Moda bakeshop!!!

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  25. Oh, a flying geese quilt in those American Jane fabrics would be so pretty!

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  26. Holy cow...is this for real???
    There are several projects (that you have shown samples of) in the upcoming issue that I would love to make with these!

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  27. holy moly, that's incredible, what a huge amount of fabrics
    should I be the lucky one, if yes, the Daisy Chain, Fat Geese and John's table runner would look fun in these fabrics

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  28. OMG OMG OMG!!! That prize package totally ROCKS!!!!!!! I cannot tell you how obsessed I am with PURE right now!! what would I make? that's a tough one...I've seen so many great patterns laterly, that's a toughy....Maybe a coin quilt, flying geese sound really fun...I dunno, but what I do know is I would be the luckiest girl in the WORLD!!!

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  29. Oh my goodness, I nearly wept at the prettiness! I would make the quilt I've been promising my five year old for a long time.

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  30. WOW is right! An amazing giveaway of beautiful to drool over fabrics! I love to make Mini-Quilts and would be inspired for a year with these fabrics!

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  31. I have a subscription for your magazine

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  32. Crazy giveaway! I think the Daisy Chain is absolutely gorgeous, so I'd either want to make that or sanctuary.

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  33. I have just subscribed too :)

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  34. Wow! what a great giveaway! endless inspiration there.

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  35. lovely!
    congrats!
    A pinwheel quilt - larger maybe...

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  36. Now that is crazy! I would like to make the elephants on parade quilt that Tacha designed. Can't wait until tomorrow :)

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  37. Wow, beautiful fabrics, hope I win! Even more excited about the new issue!!

    ~Julia

    julesatschool [at] hotmail [dot] com

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  38. Oh my goodness. I just might die and go to heaven if I win that amazing giveaway. I have my fingers crossed, my toes crossed, and my eyes crossed! I loved your new daisy chain quilt. It is beautiful!

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  39. I would make a beautiful quilt for my daughter who's going to upgrade to a big girl bed this winter!

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  40. The possibilities are endless aren't they? I'm loving the Daisy Chain quilt right now. I might make something similar to that.

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  41. Wow! Someone pinch me, this is too good to be true... I would looove to win this mega prize. It would definately keep me busy for a long time. I would probably make all sorts of pillows and bags

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  42. That Daisy Chain quilt has been hollarin' at me! I think I want to make one. I think I HAVE to make one!

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  43. Wow, I would make my first ever quilt, a pillow case and some things for my soon to be decorated kitchen. I need something to keep me busy as the mini mad starst school full time in september and I will be lost, so pretty please karma and all that it must be me

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  44. Wow. It all looks so beautiful. I would probably attempt the Sanctuary Quilt.

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  45. Amazing prize, I should think there would be enough for several quilts with all of that fabric!

    I am a follower and loved issue 1 so will be buying issue 2 sometime soon. I would like to make the Bedtime Story quilt from issue 1 if I won. I'm sure my quilting group would help use up any of the fabric not used in that! lol.

    Fiona

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  46. Wow, what a terrific giveaway!

    I'm loving the Pinwheel Playmat right now...

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  47. I actually have 3 quilt requests for Christmas that these would come in handy for! In a big way!

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  48. The daisy chain quilt is tempting, but I'm drooling over honey buns right now . . . I'd love to make a string quilt. All of those prizes look delicious. Thanks for the chance!

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  49. With all that fabric I'd be able to make several quilts. I love the jewel box quilt in Issue 1 but also the hexagon quilt in the jaybirdquilt feature.
    I'm also looking forward to the sanctuary quilt coming in issue 2
    Thanks for a great ezine
    Chris x

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  50. I'm thinking the Poodle Quilt is a winner!

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  51. once i finish my first quilt (baby sized) my next one is going to be a gift for friends who just got married. and any of these would be great for that. you know in case i muck it up.

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  52. I feel a quilt in my future!!

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  53. what a prize!!!
    I'm all into pinwheels at the moment so I'd definatly make some of those. There's just so much you could do with all this it's overwhelming!
    I've got everything crossed...

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  54. It might be time to try some hexies...charm packs would be perfect :)

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  55. my jaw just dropped seeing this giveaway! awesome goods!i'm sure with this stuff i could do a very simple, modern pieced quilt for either or both of my kids. or for myself and my husband.

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  56. I have been wanting to make an pinwheel quilt and I think the fat quarter bundle of Punctuation would fit the bill! Pick me!

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  57. What a crazy awesome giveaway! I would make that pinwheel quilt with all that amazing fabric.

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  58. This giveaway is truly amazing!
    I think I would love to try Brioni's Jewel Box Quilt, but I don't know which line I would pick for that!

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  59. My guild is having a Turning Twenty workshop to celebrate our 20th year, so I'd love to make the winnings into that quilt. Kathie L in Allentown

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  60. Holy cannolis, Batman! That's a LOT of fabric! Gosh, what would I make with these...? I'd make a big geese quilt with Punctuation and a pillow of little baby Bliss geese, to start!!

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  61. Wow what a fantastic giveaway! I love the look of the Elephants on Parade quilt coming up in the new issue so I think I'd try that!

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  62. Wow, what an amazing giveaway! Off the top of my head, I'd like to make that Sanctuary quilt... but really, I want to make everything you guys mention! :)

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  63. HMMMM. That daisy chain quilt is something to think about and I love the pinwheel playmat quilt. Of course there are many others and I could do them with all that fabric. What a wonderful giveaway. I'll start praying now.

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  64. WOWZA! That's some haul you guys have there. All to ONE person? Crazy awesome. Someone could make a whole lot of quilts from those! I hope that someone is ME!! :)

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  65. That's a huge giveaway!!! I would really like to make a Daisy Chain quilt, and i'd love to get my hands on those tiny 2.5 inch blocks!!!

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  66. Simple stunning! It almost leaves me breathless, it's such a huge pile o' goodies! I'm thinking a baby quilt (or two) and the table runner, which was darling!!! :)

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  67. Oh my goodness! That's one heck-ova giveaway!! There is so much I want to make on Moda Bake shop. First off I want to make a "Random Reflections" quilt by Karrielyne and Second, I want to make an "Endless Possibilities" quilt. Then there's the fabric wreath by Rachel of p.s.i quilt. (I've already made several of those, but love them so much!) I could go on and on! I love moda precuts so much!!

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  68. i am currently in love with the sanctuary quilt- it looks like the stained glass in the cathedrals in europe- so pretty! i never win anything, but i'm really hoping my luck turns around cause i love love love FQ!!!

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  69. I would begin a new quilt with some it, make a tote bag with some of it, and make a fabric wreath - that fabulous prize would keep me busy for quite a while - thanks for the chance to win.
    Chris Aiton

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  70. Wow, what a lot of fabric. I think the "reading cushions" made with American Jane Punctuation fabrics would be a good combination

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  71. Awesome giveaway!!!!! I'd love to make the Santuary quilt, maybe using the City Weekend fabric.

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  72. What a great giveaway! What I make would depend on what I win. I really liked all the different flying geese projects in the last issue and would probably create something with flying geese. I am loving the new Sweetwater and the It's a Hoot lines!

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  73. I have been wanting to make a coin quilt and a pinwheel kit so those would be first on my list with all these AWESOME fabrics! I have been working on some quilts to give away to our local Childrens Hospital that get auctioned off .... this giveaway would be great for me!

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  74. WOW! I love Moda fabrics so much!

    There are so many things I could do with all of those!

    I'd like to try making some pillows. I've been thinking of making some for relatives this holiday season and I have yet to try making any. These fabrics would be perfect for that project (and probably a bunch of other things too).

    Whoever does win this is one lucky sewer!

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  75. Wow! What a generous giveawy! I was eyeing the sanctuary quilt. :)

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  76. Awesome giveaway! For a start I'd make a 'windows & frames' quilt using some of the fabric

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  77. What an amazing giveaway! There is so much there that luckily you wouldn't have to choose just one! Sanctuary is my first choice - LOVE that, also was very interested in Daisy Chain and loved the Pinwheel Playmat. But if it is just one - SANCTUARY!
    (riamccabe@gmail.com)

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  78. What a fabulous giveaway! I think I wait to see what's in the new issue and make something amazing from that! Loved the last one!

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  79. I would love to make a quilt! I like Quilt Dad's preview for the Sanctuary quilt.

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  80. I need to win! I love all these fabrics and can't wait to get sewing!

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  81. I also paid for a yearly subscription! I'm waiting to print it out so I can read it on my road trip!

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  82. That's a super-mega-awesome prize pack. I'd say that would be my next 5 quilts or so. Thanks Moda!

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  83. Yahoo to Moda! I would make Katy's playmat with any ( and maybe all) of the winnings!

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  84. I think with that stack I could try all of the projects from FQ, but I think I would try out the new "Sanctuary" quilt first!

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  85. I also have a subscription to the ezine!

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  86. WOW! WHAT A GREAT GIVEAWAY!
    I'D MAKE THE BLISS INTO THE CUTEST TABLE RUNNER EVER! THANKS FOR SHARING,LOVE,LINDA

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  87. WOWZA! what a giveaway! I would have enough fabric to do one hundred projects! So excited!!!

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  88. Woooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwww! I'm wordless. If I won I woulk like to make the new quilt by Tacha included on nest issue. Just marvellous :)

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  89. I would love to make the Daisy Chain Quilt or the Sanctuary Quilt. Both look awesome. I also have a few Oh Fransson quilt patterns that would be perfect.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  90. Beautiful! Lucky winner!
    Which FQ project would I do? Wow. That's tough. I like the stacked coin (or stacked book) quilts a lot, but I also like Quilt Dad's Sanctuary quilt. There are just too many awesome choices!

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  91. I really want to make the Jewel quilt from the first issue. Loved it! Can't wait for the next issue. Thanks for the awesome give away.

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  92. I'm drooling over all those beauties. I would make some bags and aprons for Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  93. what an AMAZING give away! i love moda fabrics, this would be a dream! thanks for the chance :)

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  94. I think I would cry if I won all those goodies - so many projects I could start!

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  95. Oh, wow! I'd make a quilt for sure (maybe for a baby and others) and I'm looking to try some pillows as I've see a lot of great modern designs for pillows recently. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  96. All I can do is echo everyone else - WOW! That is a great giveaway. I really love Quilt Dad's Sanctuary Quilt. Beautiful and versatile. Looking forward to trying it out!

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  97. Wow this is an AMAZINGLY generous giveaway! I'd like to make a few of the hexie pillows from Issue 1.

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  98. I'd for sure make a quilt and many other things. Maybe some coasters, some pillows... The prize packages is dreamy! I love the Pure and the City collection but everything is wonderful.

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  99. Looking forward to the second issue, and I'm especially looking forward to the 'Elephants on Parade' quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. Oooo great giveaway! And congrats on the 2nd issue! I think I'm ready for my first flying geese quilt and Katy's Flying Geese quilt is looking pretty good! Thanks for the chance!

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  101. I'd tackle my first quilt (I make bags) for my youngest niece, and it would be fabulous!!

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  102. I am following your blog, not sure if you acept international entries ( fingers crossed you do!) I am Isle Of Man, UK!

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  103. OMG is right! I'd love to win this! I'm already a follower :)

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  104. Wonderful!!!
    Let's see - at first I thought baby quilt for my little one... but I know I would get too excited to see a finished product, so probably a patchwork quilt purse!!!

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  105. This is the most awesome giveaway I've ever seen, possibly excepting the lottery.
    If I won this, I think I'd just stare at it all for a while. Then I'd start the Elephants on Parade quilt that's going to be in this coming issue. I saw the picture and can't wait to get the pattern!

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  106. Love that flying geese from the first issue. Just love it.

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  107. thanks for the awesome giveaway. i want to make so many things, patchwork skirt, bag, pouches, quilts..the simply silly quilt looks nice. http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/05/simply-silly-quilt.html

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  108. Holy crap. That's an amazing giveaway! There's enough there for a lot of quilts!

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  109. Daisy chain Daisy Chain Daisy Chain! Thats what I would make!!!

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  110. What a great giveaway! I love the Daisy Chain quilt so maybe I'd make that or some pillows. There are so many choices!

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  111. If won this, I would be in quilting nirvana. So much that I could do. One of the first would be a Sanctuary Quilt because it is so unique and cool! Thank you Moda and FQ! mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  112. Wow, that is quite a giveaway! I love every single one of those products. I would make some baby quilts for my grandchildren, some lap quilts for my daughters. Maybe some hexies.....

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  113. I thought for sure you'd be splitting up the giveaway goodies into multiple prizes, but to have them go to one reader -- WOW! (let it be me!)

    Based on what I've seen so far for issue 2, I'd love to try the elephants on parade quilt with some of these goodies, perhaps with It's a Hoot.

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  114. Indeed a mega giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. I'm especially excited about the Punctuation line, but not sure right now what pattern I'll use to turn these FQs into a lovely quilt...I will be happy and busy for a long time if I win :-)
    Fara (fzarnani[at]hotmail[dot]com)

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  115. Wow, what an awesome and inspiring treasure trove of fabric. I must say that I'm excited for tomorrow's issue -- in part because it's a new issue and in part because it's my birthday (30!) so I'm viewing FQ #2 as a birthday present to me. That stack of fabric would make my birthday even better! That said, I'm looking forward to the daisy/irish chain quilt previewed recently. I've been wanting to make an Irish chain quilt for a while now. Thanks for the chance to win and I can't wait to see FQ tomorrow.

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  116. OMG is right!! I would make s pinwheel quilt for my new grand niece or nephew that is due this winter. And what else I don't know ...but it sure would make sewing fun!!

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  117. I would freak out if I won all that fabric!! Wouldn't the Scrap Happy Cushion look so cute made from the It's a Hoot charm pack? Or the Daisy Chain from the jelly rolls? My head is spinning with ideas...

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  118. FLYINg GEESE! what a great giveaway.

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  119. Oh wow what a giveaway! They would go towards a quilt I'm making and also lots of other exciting ideas!!

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  120. Wow! I really like the pinwheel playmat - wouldn't that be great with Bliss or Clermont Farm?

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  121. Oh my goodness, that's enough awesomeness to give some one a heart attack!

    There are so many awesome things you could do with this. Hmmm...I think I'd use the Punctuation fat quarters and jelly roll and make some adorable (patchy) school clothes for my daughter!

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  122. The Pinwheel PlayMat is awfully cute. I would make that and then have to decide what to do with all the rest. How fun!!!!

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  123. Oh wow. SWEEET giveaway, dudes! I'd make John's Sanctuary quilt. I love it.

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  124. I'd definitely have to share such a bounty and send some with swaps to other quilters. As for me, a coin or braid quilt is just jumping to be made from some of those lovelies.

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  125. I have a pattern that is all these cute little pieced houses that would be wonderful to make with some Fat Quarters. My brother lives in the USA and I would like to give him something to remind him of "Home".

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  126. I would love to win that new American Jane fq bundle. I love their quilt patterns and fabrics!

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  127. I want to make a crib quilt for my new nephew with those beautiful FQs.

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  128. WOW WOW WOW -oh so many wonderful projects for Christmas gifts!

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  129. Oh my... so many options but the closest deadline is a quilt for my guild's charity group. And my birthday is the end of this week so winning would be an amazing gift.

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  130. OMG! totally drooling here! deciding how to quilt those delicious fabrics is a tough ask! LOL, the Sanctuary quilt is probably a fore runner.

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  131. I would really like to make a "String-X" Quilt like the one featured on the Nittany Block Party blog. I'm really taken with that block pattern and want to try it for myself!

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  132. wow! I'd love to win this. This giveaway has several of the new Moda lines I've had my eye on for a while....

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  133. wow I would love to win. I dont know yet what i would make with them but the table runner would be fun to make

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  134. AMAZING, totally drooling here! I love to make all sorts of wonderful projects. Birdhangers, hearts on a string, pillows and a pinwheel babyquilt...

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  135. I am going to make a dresdan wall hanging quilt, using your ideas, not sure what fabrics, or background yet. love the Its a Hoot fabrics!! thanks for the great opportunity!

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  136. Gulp! What a give away!
    My mom-in-law has requested a quilt from me sometime this year - these fabrics would go a very long way towards making that happen!

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  137. Pinwheels... I think I want to make the pinwheels.

    This is a lot of stuff!

    You could have a lot of winners!

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  138. Thank you for such a fun giveaway! I love MBS and have been dying to make Endless Possibilities by Jennifer Blossars' MBS pattern I would love to enter & have a chance at winning your giveaway!

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  139. wow i think i would make a a bag of some sort mm or is that a cushion sigh or mabye a wall hanging the possibilities are endless mmm or just make all or them

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  140. wowzers! The Punctuation honey bun or Hoot charmpack would be perfect for the first baby quilt I now need to make :o)

    What a fun giveaway, thanks!!

    MissyH

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  141. What a truly amazing giveaway!!

    Can't wait for the launch of tomorrow's issue!

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  142. Oh my goodness! This is the most wonderful giveaway!! The possibilities are absolutely endless with all of these goodies. The quilt that John made for issue #2 would be so lovely in any of these collections!1 =)

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  143. Awesome giveaway, would love to win!

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  144. o wow!!!! o my god!!!

    wow!!!

    i wish i could be the one....

    i would defenetly save them up for the right quilts. thanks!!!

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  145. Oh My Goodness... This is a fantastic giveaway you guys!! And I can't wait to sink my eyes into this issue :)

    Malanie

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  146. I would try making the window and frames quilt. This is the ultimate prize!

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  147. I think the Hoot range would be fun in a Flying Geese quilt - the triangles could be going in all different directions, or arranged and pointed like a tree. Ace giveaway!!

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  148. I would use some of the fabric to make the reading cushions. I am working on a reading nook for both of my kids and this is a perfect project for the space!!!

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  149. Um I think I would drop dead of shock and excitement of I won that amazing bundle of goodies!

    So what would I make ... Well from issue one I might just have another crack at pinwheels. I've tried before with some success (and a lot of frustration), but maybe this delicious fabric would inspire me to keep at it!

    I'll be back with other ideas tomorrow after I see issue 2! Can't wait!

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  150. Wow! Amazing! I hope I win! I would love to try the hexagon quilt!

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  151. Amazing giveaway! First I need to pick my jaw off the table at that amazing fabric. Second, I'm sure deciding what to make with it would be a problem I would love to have. Please enter me. I've got a pinwheel obsession going at the moment.

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  152. wow! what a wonderful stash of goodies!
    I love Tacha's Hexed In pillow, that would be high on my to-make list, then something with flying geese, mustn't forget pinwheels, then ..... oh my head is spinning with possibilities! lol!
    x

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  153. Congrats on issue #2! The previews are great, I can't wait to see the issue.

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  154. I really can't decide on a fabric today. You pick for me if I happen to win. They're all sooo pretty.

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  155. I've just finished one project and am looking for the next. This would be perfect! Gotta love those Moda fabrics!

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  156. I would make a quilt for my little niece.

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  157. Just one project? I would love to try the Fat Geese Quilt pattern from issue 1 using the punctuation line. I think it would be so much fun to get those little details into the half square triangles.

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  158. Oh my Gosh, what a fabulous giveaway! I love Moda and the bake shop..
    Lizzie
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  159. My favorite is the Sanctuary Quilt.

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  160. I'm definitely thinking some of those fabrics would work in the "Elephants on Parade" quilt. Oh, how I would just keel over if I won this giveaway! So much great stuff!!!!

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  161. Oh!! I wanna make the scruffily quilt, the figgy pudding quilt, the pure baby boy quilt...

    so many beautiful projects!!

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  162. I've been dying to work on the Flying Geese pattern from the first issue. These would sure be a great start to that "get to" list. :)

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  163. I love Moda fabrics. I would make the Avignon Picnic or Candy Hearts or Patchwork & Points quilt -- or all three!

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  164. i love moda so much! i'd love to be kept busy by the fabrics :)

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  165. What a wonderful give-away! I'd love to make Tacha's hex pillow with those little squares...but that American Jane would make a lovely quilt!

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  166. I would love to make the Sanctuary Quilt. It would look amazing on our bed, for 3 days until the munchkin claimed it as his own.

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  167. Oh my goodness, what a prize.

    I think a reading cushion, a quilt made from several variations of the blocks shown on today's earlier post and many many other things would be on the list!

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  168. What a generous giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win:)

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  169. Awesome give-away! I just made a pinwheel quilt using several American Jane charm packs from Moda and it was so fun and easy since they were all pre-cut! I would love to make another quilt with some of these goodies!

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  170. wow!!! soooo much beautiful, gorgeous, amazing, lovely.....fabrics!! :))))))))
    I will do a lot of bookcovers, or a quilt, or a pillow,or......... so many projects in my head :)
    thank you for the giveaway

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  171. that oliver + s stack is so pretty! if i won anything, i would of course use it to make a quilt. more specifically, i would make a baby quilt for my fiance's cousin, because she is expecting!

    thank you for the generous chance to win!

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  172. That is an awesome giveaway! Would totally love just one of those items. I particularly love the "hoot" fabric perhaps made into the Sanctuary quilt that was just featured recently.

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  173. WHat a great giveaway. I love the Puntuation fabric (would definitly reserve one of those FQs for a skirt for my daughter) but with the rest a quillow probably possibly a flying geese design.

    I really need to subscribe (a christmas pressie to myself perhaps)

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  174. Wow! What a wonderful array of fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win. Quilt Dad's Sanctuary Quilt looks like a fun project.

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  175. I would love to make the Sanctuary quilt!!

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  176. OMG is right! Do I have to commit now?! Oh, ok, twist my arm. Love the sanctuary quilt.

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  177. I think first I would just lay all my loot out on my footstool and just bask in the glory of it all....then I think a couple of pillows using John's Sanctuary Quilt pattern would be in order....this sure would be a great start on Christmas presents!;)

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  178. What couldn't I make with this give away. I like the Sanctuary Quilt too, but I like the name of it most.

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  179. Wow. What an amazing give-a-way!!! I will try not to get too excited. Too late. I would love to try the daisy chain quilt. I saw it the other day and it is so pretty and summery.

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  180. OMG If I won I would sit and drool for a long time....have a photoshoot with all the goodies and then I would probably get to sewing something for my new nephew arriving in November!!

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  181. Definitely want to try the hexed in cushion. I really need to have a go at paper piecing and that is perfect.

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  182. Holy pre-cutes, Batman! I've never seen a giveaway like this before! As for what I'd make, why quilts, of course! I was, in fact, just going through all my patterns on Sunday trying to pick the perfect one for "Punctuation" which is my most eagerly anticipated line right now. I'm thinking something with sawtooth stars, maybe... ::slips into quilt daydreaming::

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  183. Can't wait to get my second issue tomorrow. It has been on my mind as of late! I will wait to see your great projects to decide which I would do. I love all these fabrics! Choosing one would be hard. I am already a subscriber. Does that get me one entry? :-)

    Stephanie

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  184. What an awesome giveaway - I'd like to win some.
    It always takes longer for them to arrive here in Australia so to have some before the rest of oz sees it would be wonderful.

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  185. I think the pinwheel playmat would be adorable in Punctuation. Can't wait for the new issue!

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  186. Wow - what an amazing giveaway! And I'm not sure what I'd make with them - perhaps I'd just findle the fabric for a little bit and then I'd probably cut into it an make some baby quilts for my pregnant friends!!

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  187. I think the sanctuary quilt is beautiful. This fabric would certainly be an inspiration.

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  188. What exciting news. Issue 2 comes out tomorrow and someone will win some cool fabric from Moda. I would love to make the Daisy Chain Quilt out any Moda fabric line. It is such an awesome looking quilt.

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  190. WOW, double WOW !!! Sanctuary or Poodle quilts would be awesome in this ! thanks for the opportunity to sign up for the giveaway !!!

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  191. I'd really like to try the English paper piecing... I think that most of that wonder fabric would work! What a nice giveaway.

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  192. Wow, that IS an awesome prize! I'd love to make the Bedtime Story quilt from FQ Issue one with the Hoot fabric; but wow, trying to decide what to do with all those fabrics would be a challenging, but delightful, task! I think I'd have to sit with them for awhile, or maybe roll around in them a bit, in order to make tough decisions. :) I'm awaiting the new issue and will be back with a second comment for sure!

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  193. What a fantastic giveaway! I would make the Jewel Box Quilt if I won!

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  194. Oh yes please!! And so many great patterns to consider using! I love Brioni's Jewel box quilt, Tach's Elephants on Parade and Quilt Dad's Sanctuary - to name a few!

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  195. Oh....LOVING THIS!!! I am all about the pinwheel playmat. Of course, there's so much fabric to be had....I know there will be so many more things I would do with this great lot!!

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  196. Wowsers! This is one fabulous giveaway. I would make a flying geese quilt. I think you could probably make several different quilts with all these.

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  197. Wow! Fabulous giveaway. I would like to try paper piecing with some of these fantastic fabrics!!!

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