Monday, September 15, 2014

COUNTDOWN TO THE HOLIDAYS?? really? already?

Now that I have shown you all the new fabric, I think it is about time that we give something away.  It has been a while, and I would love to hear from you.

So I have a bundle of Jams and Jellies that is just waiting for a new home.  Does your sewing room need some new fat quarters?  Well let's give some away!


Just leave me a comment here, and be a follower of my blog or like my Facebook page.  I'd like to know what you would make with my new collections.  (I could use some ideas!)  

Now, some other fun news.  You will be delighted to know that Henry Glass is hosting a really big event over on their blog.   


There will be tons of prizes and you can enter to win every week.  So be sure to check in over there, and tell them I sent you!

103 comments:

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Martina said...

Such lovely fabrics. I would love to sew some lovely drawstring bags to fill with some goodies to give away.

Gill said...

Great fabrics!!
I make a Christmas quilt each year - these would be perfect!!
Follower!

Podunk Pretties said...

I wish my mind could whip up an idea as quickly as yours so I could tell you what I'd make, but really I've absolutely no idea. Love the new line thanks for the fun!

Lisa Marie said...

A lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift perhaps, or a few table runners. I follow your blog via GFC.

Patchwork and Play said...

I've never had a Christmas tree skirt and I think these would be perfect! Thanks for sharing some in this giveaway! I follow by Feedly AND Blogger.

Fan4may said...

Your new fabric line would be perfect to make bags for homemade holiday gifts. Fan4may at aol dot com

Digiscrapations said...

They are more than welcome in my home I have the perfect place for them. I would like to make a Christmas wall hanging or new pillow covers. Thanks for the chance to win.

Amy said...

Love the new fabrics:) I am a follower on both!
hatlevig@integra.net

Linda said...

I have my eye on your Weekender pattern and these would be a great start for a gift for my granddaughter. Thanks for the opportunity.

carolann said...

Beautiful fabrics! I would make a pretty Christmas tree skirt. I like you on FB. carolann427@aol.com

Maureen Boyd said...

Beautiful! I would love to make gift bags for the holidays and a quilt for my mom. Great job.

Joan and Kevin said...

I love your fabric! I would make a beautiful Christmas quilt! Thanks! I follow your blog!

Dorian said...

I'm going to be making some sew together bags for Christmas gifts this year, and these gorgeous fabrics would do so nicely in them :) Thank you, have a great day.

Renea said...

Really cute fabric. Not sure what I would make with it but I am sure I would come up with some ideas if I am the lucky winner. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

Barb N said...

I really like to make placemats for the holidays, and these fabrics would work up nicely for that! Also, I need to make a tree skirt - it's been on my Bucket List for ages, but I can't seem to get around to making one. Maybe this year?

DebrafromMD said...

Love the fabrics! I am a follower on Facebook and Bloglovin.

Jill said...

Love the colors in that stack of fabrics. Maybe a fun table runner would be just the project for them.

tink's mom said...

I love your fabrics. I've been a follower for over a year. I think I would start with hostess gifts.Maybe bowl buddies, casserole holders, trimmed tea towels etc, etc.

janice said...

Beautiful fabric! I would probably make a couple of throw size quilts for Christmas gifts.

reddquilter said...

Beautiful fabrics!
Love to make a Christmas bag or tote.
Guess I should start soon---Christmas will be here before we know it.
Thanks for the giveaway!

celticwoman55 said...

Beautiful fabric. I sure would look good in my stash!! Maybe some fabric ornaments might be in order. Or maybe since I have a mini tabletop tree a mini tree skirt to match the ornaments!! I follow you on your blog and thru the email. (sandybailey55@hotmail.com)

Amy DeCesare said...

I need to make some fresh new stockings for my family. The other thing I love making for Christmas is pillows - so fast and fun to make.

Jeanne said...

What a fun collection. I would definitely have to have some appliqué involved with these fabrics. I'd love to see them up close.

Rosa said...

Scrumptious fabric line.I love make wallhangin,christmas quilt and runner every year and these beauties would be perfect to make any .I love gift runner table to my friends.Thanks for the fun!

Suellen Dehnke said...

I'd make my first ever Christmas quilt. I just started sewing a year ago and I'm hooked.

sdehnke@hotmail.com

Denise Cabral said...

I would make one of your quilts from your book. These fabrics are really pretty!

Margaret said...

Don't you think those fabrics would make up a sweet sundress for a little girl? I think so, and I will find out next Monday when my daughter in law has her next ob visit if I am going to have a sweet little girl to make a sundress for.

OhioLori said...

Just the name "Jams & Jellies" is Wonderful!! & Yummy!! Looove this Fabric Line!!!! Would make us a Cozy Throw for my Sweetie & me to cuddle under & look at the Christmas Tree lit up! (& to watch movie's, snug w/the Grangirlie,etc too)

Margaret said...

I love these fabrics. What cute mug rugs they would make I follow by email and facebook

Donna W said...

What lovely fabrics! I would make a new bag for myself. I follow your blog via email.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Our quilt guild makes placemats for Meals on Wheels and Christmas stockings for the local women's shelter to be given out each holiday season--it's fun working with great fabrics and our efforts are so appreciated!

hookedonquilting said...

The top of your stack of fat quarters made me think of Redwork. The bottom of the stack, and the background fabric, made me think of Blackwork. The middle fabrics made me think of your wallhanging from a couple of years ago with the row of snow covered houses. I downsized mine, and I love that little wallhanging. I wouldn't mind at all making it a second time with these new fabrics.

Quilt Monkey said...

Those colors are gorgeous - I especially like that shade of green. We just got a new dining room table, so every piece of fabric I see, I imagine going into a table runner or topper. Thanks for the chance! I'm a follower.

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Allison C said...

I want to make some sort of patchwork tree skirt, but I haven't formulated the idea yet. I really like chen john's idea. I bet those get spams get annoying.
I'm a follower.

Lynda said...

I would make HST's from the entire line and the start playing with pattern and direction - maybe throw in some geese here or there to show the direction the HSTs need to go????

denise fells said...

I love the colors on your new fabric

Julie Cefalu said...

I love your new line of fabric! I think a table runner or two would be great with them. Perfect for the holidays, too!
Julie @ The Crafty Quilter

delaineelliott said...

I love this collection - so pretty. I would make new pillow covers and a table runner with it. I follow on Bloglovin. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email address.

Linda said...

HI, always love your designs+colors! I'm really in the mood for making Christmas Table Runners for our loved ones>so that's what I'd make! I might try the 'braided look'!
Thank You for sharing!
(FOLLOW ON Blog Lovin' + FB)

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Helen L said...

I'm a blog follower and have liked you on FB. And I'd love to use those to make some of your new quilts!! Sorry, that's not a new idea, but the new patterns are sooo cute!! :-) Hugs, H in Healdsburg

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Would make some table runners, love the new fabric line.

Lee Ann L. said...

I am so not ready for the holidays. I am follower of the blog and your facebook page.

Kaye M said...

I liked you on facebook and am a follower of your blog. When I saw your red and lime green fabrics I immediately thought of making a new Christmas stocking for the holiday challenge at my quilt guild! tkmattson@hotmail.com

Kathy said...

I love love love them - I would make a quilt for winter - would be perfect to snuggle in it - the colors are perfect for winter- I follow you on facebook

Bonnie58 said...

Gorgeous fabrics. i could really use a new christmas table topper. thanks for sharing.

cowtownquilts said...

I think I'd like to make some purses or bags with your fabrics.

SeeAmySew- Amy Caldwell said...

Would love to make gift bags/totes for gift giving with these beautiful fabrics.

Cheryl said...

Oh, such lovely designs and shades. I would love to make some patchwork little girl dresses. I follow via GFC and like your FB page.

Sallie said...

a Christmas quilt. I like you on FB.

Cecilia said...

I would probably make a Christmas quilt for my spare bed. Thank you for the chance to win your lovely fabric. I follow via email and I like you on Facebook.

Crickets Corner said...

Wonderful fabrics for the holidays. I think I would use them for a table runner. I follow via FB.

Diane E W said...

Love the colors. I want to make gifts for my son's teachers (special needs, so he has several),bus driver, tennis instructor, this would be great for those. I have been a follower for a while. Have to go and check out Henry Glass Countdown.

beth said...

i am a follower on facebook. my daughter is getting married on november 7 so i would love to make her a cute quilt.

Paula said...

I have 2 Christmas stockings to make this year due to additions to our family. This fabric would be perfect for that!

sandy said...

I love paisley!, and love the colors that you used. I think the fabrics would make a great lap quilt to snuggle.

JANET said...

The bundle would make a nice wallhanging, or gift bags. Actually, anything would look great made with it!
Love the colors together!!!

Vicki H said...

Jams and Jellies sounds like it should be in the kitchen. How about a new apron, table topper, hot pads or towel embelishments.

Deb said...

Love the reds and silvery/greys. I'd have to make a Christmas quilt. Maybe something with a large center block and work around the center block with flying geese, square in a square, etc.

Jackie said...

Oh, the fabric's are gorgeous. I just received a new Xmas wall hanging pattern and the fabrics would be lovely in it. Fingers crossed. I follow you on Feedly.

Beth said...

I'm thinking they would be great for those long, handy pot holders--you know, the ones in which both of your hands fit into the ends of one long, quilted holder? So you never run around the kitchen looking for the missing other one while something boils over.

I follow your blog through email, and am excited about this new collection. Great mix of colors!

Aunt TC said...

I love the fabric line. I was reminded of your quilt with the little posies and bicycles. Whimsical? How about making some fish using the reds and other colors and then have them swimming in a polka dot sea. Add on some 3-D fish or maybe a fisherman in a canoe with his pole in the water. Maybe the fisherman is gone and there's a note on the hook something like that very old commercial, "Sorry, Charlie." I'd love to win the fabric. Methinks for the opportunity.

KMSC said...

I think a table runner would be beautiful out of your fabrics. I follow your blog via email.
k(dot)castanette(at)Hotmail(dot)com

Gwen said...

A new Christmas table runner would be great, but even better would be some kind of a "runner" for the top of my piano! I've been following your blog ever since I read your article in a magazine--very impressive!

Christi said...

I saw an adorable tree skirt on Pinterest that would be beautiful with this line of fabric! Mine is probably 30 years old and it is time for a new one! I follow your blog and love it!

cjpike (indiana) dot (edu)

scottylover said...

Love the colors of your new line. I think I would use them for a holiday set for my table, either one long table runner or placemats and napkins.

Sandy A

Angelia Lanouette said...

Beautiful fabric...I love the colors! I just painted the walls in our spare bedroom a light gray and these colors would make a gorgeous quilt for the bed. I follow you by email. Thank you!

Lisa said...

I would make a table runner with these beautiful fabrics.

Janet Beyea said...

I am making pot holders, table runners, and aprons for Christmas presents. These fabrics would be perfect!

Donna K. from N. Texas said...

This fabric would make a cute Christmas themed table topper.

GranChris said...

It is still 95 here so hard to think Christmas. I'll probably make potholders, moppines, kitchen towels, trivets, place mats, coin purses, easy stuff this year. I love the fabric.

Fleurette said...

I am a follower. I would make a quilt-I love the color combination, they'd look gorgeous on my bed.

Jan said...

Jams and Jellies looks so "yummy". I would love to make a quilt to snuggle up in this winter. I follow your blog by email.

Sandy said...

I follow both your blog and FB. I would like to use Jams and Jelly for a wall quilt to brighten up my office without a view.

Sarah said...

I would use them for a spinning star quilt I will be making for our bed. They're just the colors I'm looking for. sarah@forrussia.org

LeAnne said...

I would make a new apron, potholders, table runner from those. That would brighten up my kitchen this winter. I follow you by email.

Deb said...

Beautiful, just lovely fabrics! i'm a follower of your blog on Bloglines. i'd make a quilt for a friend who needs encouraging.

Janie said...

I wish fabric could be shipped to me like that!!! I would be doing a happy dance! I love your new collections they are beautiful. I would make a Quillow. Thank you for the chance.

Janie said...

I follow via FB. Thank you.

Rae Reid said...

I would make a quilt or table runners, or maybe some placemats/mug rugs. Thanks for the chance to win! Follower by email.

susant said...

I love your fabrics and projects. Your videos are great and make me want to tackle some applique. I would love to make a table runner with this fabric.

~Laurie~ said...

I think a wall hanging would be great! I follow through Bloglovin. Cheers!
Lauriebecker1@gmail.com

Sandy D said...

I need a new Christmas Tree Skirt and these fabrics would be ideal for it.

Judy1522 said...

Your fabrics are gorgeous. I would use them to make a quilt.

Tina said...

I love, love, love your Home Sweet Home quilt and I would use the fabric for that! Wonderful new collection!!

Farm Quilter said...

Quilts, quilts...always quilts! I am trying to cover all my kids (7 plus 3 husbands, 3 significant others, 2 grandbabies) with quilts! Love the new line of fabrics!

Lee said...

I would love to make some pretty new and big holiday stockings for my family! thank you!

Denise Cabral said...

I would love to win some Jams and Jellies!

Vickie said...

If I won your fabric I would make one of your quilts with it. I have the pattern but need the fabric.

Linda Yeager said...

Didn't know about you or your quilts until I saw a posting on Henry Glass's email. Love the Argyle Avenue quilt, and these would be perfect! Also would like to try combining the red & black in a quilt.

JudyCinNC said...

I would love to make little "purse bags" for the ladies who get together for brunch every month with me. I always like to surprise them with little gifts. Thank you for all the inspiration and creativity you give to us all. Judy C in NC

JudyCinNC said...

Forgot to say that I am a devoted follower of your blog. Thanks from Judy C in NC

hadacres said...

I am thinking aprons for Christmas for my daughter & friend.

hadacres said...

Oh and I am a follower as well.
thank you for the opportunity.

Lori C. said...

I love this new fabric line! I would love to make a quilt with it! It has the perfect colors for a special friend I want to make a quilt for.

pippirose said...

Beautiful fabrics! This year, I'm going to be making a tree skirt. About time! And a stocking for my baby grand-daughter.
I follow you on FB (Piroska B...).

Dondi Murdock said...

I know I'm already behind for the Holidays. I had planned to do so much, but I realize my ideals are just a little different from the reality of time. Oh, well. There is never too much fabric. Right? Those are just gorgeous!

kshackabq said...

Hmmmm . . . I'll have to ponder what I would make. Sure like that pretty blue in your new fabrics.

Lisa in Port Hope said...

I would make a floor pillow for reading with my daughter. I follow you in my rss reader

Aunti"M" said...

I would make a table runner with x-mas packages and ornaments. Great Fabrics ! !

Crickets Corner said...

Just wanted to let you know that I received the fabric I won in the mail today. It's beautiful and I can't wait to put it to good use. Thank you so much! Rina

Valerie said...

I would make some of the quilts in your amazing trunk show tonight......thanks Jill it was sew amazing.