Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Stacked

These boxes came last week.
They are FULL of Hall of Fame bolts.
What am I going to do with all this fabric?
I think I should have a giveaway- what do you think?
But what should I do?
Leave a comment and tell me what kind of giveaway I should have
and what I should give away.
HELP!!!  :o)

45 comments:

Patty C. said...

Anything quilty
A table quilt
Mug rug.....

Kelsey said...

Maybe some FQs? Or a big scrap bag :)

Cindy said...

I'd love to get my hands on some FQ's of your frabric.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Oooo I agree with the other, Fat quarters would be lovely.

smileynann said...

I think you should DEFINITELY do fat quarters or fat eighths -- and scrap bags are great, too! Everyone wants a little bit, at least. :)

Sherri said...

Fat Quarters, of course!

Debi said...

Fat quarters would be nice! :)

DianeY said...

Well, if you really want to get rid of it, half yards are easier to cut!

Sue said...

Fat Quarters give - away would be AWESOME !

krisgray said...

Scraps would be awesome, as would some fat eighths!

peggy w said...

Fat quarters or fat eights would be lovely. Thanks for sharing.

Lisa Marie said...

I vote for fat quarters too! Some lucky winner would be thrilled to work with this cute fabric.

I Plead Quilty! said...

Make it a fun contest! You could have a limited number of people (via drawing from entries specifying they want to take part) use X amt of each fabric and combine it with X type of solids (i.e. only 1 other, as many as you like) to create an original design. You would get to choose your favorite, which could then be posted as a tutorial on their blog (if they have one) linked from yours.

Jenny said...

how about give away a stack to those who sign up to make a quilt for Project Linus or something similar? kids would love and relate to these fabrics!

mariebeers said...

a FQ bundle-------then we could make what we want.

Quilting "b" said...

This is amazing, I would faint if the postman brought me that many boxes filled with fabric. So nice of you to share. I think FQ bundles would be nice. Then there is a nice selection of fabrics.

Lisa C said...

Oooh! I think think fat quarters, too! A nice, fresh bundle ;)

Mom2RyandSis said...

Fat Quarters/Eighth would be wonderful!

Judy1522 said...

Anything would be great, but I do like Fat Quarters.

Debby said...

I think fat qtrs. or even 1/2 yard pieces of several fabrics would be great. I'm trying to get together a kit for my daughter who wants to learn to quilt. What a wonderful giveaway that would be to win!,,

gill said...

Any amount of fabric would be great!!

Yvonne said...

It doesn't matter, a give away is so exciting! Thanks for the give away you gave to us here in the Netherlands! You made the girls here very happy with your patterns! So generous of you!

Sarah@PingsAndNeedles said...

Personally, I'd be delighted with a bolt of each, with no effort on my part whatsoever to show gratitude ... LOL ... just joking ...

I think a fat eighth bundle would be amazing!

And I think we should create something with it for a bigger prize perhaps?

James-Linda said...

MAYBE A YARD OF A RED FABRIC FOR VALENTINES DAY ? OR PINK? OR WHITE?

Vroomans' Quilts said...

FQ's are always 'yardage' to me - but a scrap bag or two would be such fun to play in - always love those bits others toss out.

Jenny & Scott said...

You should give some to your awsome friends from quilt group...expecially that one girl that has three little girls and a totally cute little boy. You know, the little boy that would love to have a quilt made out of your awsome fabric!

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I love the idea of Fat Quarters. You can just do so many different things with a Fat Quarter. No limitations. And your fabric is going to make some amazing things!!!! That is a for sure!!! Love it!!!

ritainalaska said...

well, if you can't see yourself giving away one of the boxes of fabric, a bundle of fat quarters or eighths would be nice!

CJ said...

Fat quarters, scrap bags, charm sized of each print. Just open the boxes and let us see all that loveliness in one place!

krislovesfabric said...

I agree that fat quarters makes an awesome giveaway I have enjoyed seeing glimpses of this line on yours and other blogs...I agree with several before me that you need to open those boxes and get a shot of the bolts together so we can admire their loveliness!!

Becky said...

Fat quarters are always great!!!

jofridsquilt said...

Fat quarter give away would be nice. Hugs Jofrid

jlk said...

I would gladly take some off your hands!

Betweens said...

If you are having trouble on what to do with those boxes, I am making room right now if you want to send them my way...
Now if this is new fabric, I would think for the giveaway you would want to get rid of the old so how about an make room for the new giveaway!!

judyk2310 said...

I would love to win some fabric and I would make a gift for someone. judyk2310@yahoo.com

T, J, M, S and B said...

How about a quilt block competition? You pick the top 5 (or however many you want) and send them fabric to make their block as the prize.

Barb in Mi said...

I suggest to have a GA by asking to nominate/ vote for the "Hall of Fame" favorite fabric eve and give a pre-cut.
No matter what: I really love that you brought out the perfect guy fabric line! For my taste there are more than enough female flowery fabrics out there...

Karen said...

I vote for the fat quarters. They would be great to work with.

Kathy H said...

Fat quarters are always great and maybe a pattern to give an idea of what to do with it.

Patty said...

Just open a box, close your eyes and pick something LOL!

sherryberrybim said...

I think you should do half yard bundles...so much more versatile than fat quarters.
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Mom C said...

That certainly wasn't the kind of stacked I was expecting! But how great. and how fun. Congrats on your 4 finishes from several posts ago. I love to do the binding. I get so excited to get it all finished that I can hardly wait to get the binding on and sewn down. I don't care if I machine or hand sew the last step, I just want to get it done. The basting is the step that slows me down, that and the machine quilting because I worry about what I am going to free motion and am almost afraid to start. A fat quarter giveaway is always nice. Thanks.

Dara said...

I would love the full collection- fat quarters... I think that a fun give away should have something to do with passing it forward- having a charity element to it.

Simpson Family said...

Paris and Caroline say they want to make twinner quilts! Hope straight stitches are not required!

Simpson Family said...

Paris and Caroline say they want to make twinner quilts! Hope straight stitches are not required!