Saturday, August 29, 2009

400th Post Give Away!!!

Comments are now closed for this post. I will choose a winner at noon today. Good Luck and thanks for stopping by!!


I told you that I was thinking about what to give away for my 400th post. The past was a few back but it takes me some time to decide what I want to do. I found this beautiful stack of Robyn Pandolph Folk Art Christmas 3 containing 21 Fat quarters and thought they would be perfect!!
Folk Art Christmas 3

If you are interested in the giveaway here is what you need to do. Leave a comment on this post telling me what you would do with these beautiful FQs if you won. If you would like a second chance to win blog about the give away on your blog and leave me an additional comment telling me you did so with a link to your blog.

400 posts, who knew I had so much to say!! Good Luck!

**Just a quick note, well, duh, I forgot to say when I would draw a name now didn't I. Silly me!!
I will draw the lucky winner September first at noon (EST, in the US). Thanks for all the nice comments!!**

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Jeannette said...

Please count me in the draw, i love the fabrics and would make a christmas quilt to hang at the end of out hall.

Pat said...

Holy smokes! that's awesome for a give away! Congats on 400 posts!

I suppose I wold lay them all out, look at 'em, love 'em then make what they tell me to! :)

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Oh wow! Congratulations on your 400th post!! And what a fabulous and generous giveaway. I've been a Robyn Pandolph fan for years. Love, love, love her fabrics. Thanks!

Joyce said...

Great giveaway. I'd use them to make a wallhanging for my little sister. I've promising her one for a long time. Thanks for the chance to win them. Congrats on your 400th post!

Stina said...

Ohhh... I love Robyns fabrics... they are sooo beautifu.. and I know just the right quilt for it.. or I have two... lol.. First Anni Downs Christmas quilt... and then I have a quilt my friend made last year.. its christmas packages... I dont have ANY Christmas quilts... so this have been on my todo list for years... so If I win.. I promise they will be made.. pheew.. ;o))) Off to my blog and post about it!! :o)

Stina said...

I´m back.. just to tell you I added your giveaway to my sidebar... and I forgot.. to congratulate you on your 400 th post!!!! :o)) Thanks for organizing this giveaway!! Good luck everyone!! But most to me..;o))

Catherine said...

Congrats on #400! I think I'd use the fat quarters to make a tablerunner and stockings.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Okay, I wrote about your giveaway on my blog :-) I need all the help I can get!
http://happycottagequilter.blogspot.com/

SandyQuilts said...

Fabric is good for everyone. I would make table runners for my DD's and myself. We are all CRAZY for Christmas. Please throw me into the pot. thanks

allsewnup said...

WOW!! What a giveaway! Congratulations on "400" posts.
I would make and fill Christmas stockings for all the kiddies in our family and napkin/table runner sets for the grown ups. If any fabric is left over a tree skirt for ourselves. I love Christmas!

Carolyn*

-girl from the bush said...

what a generous giveaway! congrats on 400 posts too. I think I would make a christmassy quilt for my boys to snuggle under. maybe a xmas table runner too for me! thanks for the chamce, im off to blog about this .sue

-girl from the bush said...

i've posted about your giveaway on m
y blog too.
http://susan-sweethomeanawhata.blogspot.com/

allsewnup said...

I've posted on my blog and would like a second chance to win this gorgeous fabric. My fingers are crossed. Thanks for the chance.

Carolyn*

Bec said...

What gorgeous fabrics and what a fabulous 400 post giveaway. I think I would place them somewhere where I could stare admiringly at them for a long time. I would touch them often and dream. I would have to find the perfect christmas pattern. Hmmmm. The possibilities....!!!!!

Karen said...

Would love a chance to win! I would make a quilt for my sister-who introduced me to Robyn Pandolph's fabrics. She esp. loves her older lines. Thanks!

G'G'ma said...

400..that's really something!! I'm slowly working toward 200. Congratulations. I would make a new quilt for over our mantle. The poinsettia quilt was made many years ago and I'm ready for a change. The Christmas fabrics are beautiful.

Sherrill said...

Yep, can't think of anything else at the moment other than make a Christmas quilt!! What a LOVELY giveaway..thanks so much!

Anne D said...

I have so many fat quarter patterns I would have a great time picking the right one. Thanks for a great giveaway.

Threeundertwo said...

I have a pattern that came out a few years ago called "tag sale." I think it was a Miss Rosie pattern. It needs a lot of gorgeous fat quarters.

I'm a Christmas maniac. Pick me! Pick me!

threeundertwo /at/ hotmail /dot/ com

Sherrill said...

OK, I blogged about your post as well. www.quiltinginmysleep.blogspot.com

Thanks again!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Congratulations on 400 posts. Wow, that is really something, I am so overwhelmed by your giveaway, i am not sure i could cut that fabric yet!!

MichelleB said...

What a fabulous give away! And what would I do? Make a quilt, of course!

Congrats on your 400th post.

andsewon said...

Congrats on 400 posts!!
Very pretty fabs!
I think I would do some runners or a sofa quilt, maybe a bag with the leftovers..;-)
Thanks so much for the chance!!
Wonderful giveaway!
Lola

Mrs Quilty said...

WOW--400 posts! Now that's something to celebrate!! Good for you! I'd love a chance to win this giveaway of Christmas fat quarters...and I'd make a Christmas quilt, wouldn't everyone??? I have posted about this giveaway on my blog and made a link to yours for others. Thanks for the chance.

Allie said...

400 posts - sheesh! Well, for sure that would become a Christmas quilt - what else, lol? I'll put you on my blog later. I'm stuck in my chair for the remainder of the night - worked our tails off at my aunt's today.

CJ said...

Oh those fabrics are so pretty! AWESOME giveaway!! I think I would use them for a Yellow Brick Road quilt. I have had the pattern forever and never used it...yet.

Ariane said...

Wow! That's a great giveaway! Congratulations on your 400th post. I think I would make a beautiful lap quilt. I'm not sure what pattern. Maybe a large triangle quilt using my new Tri-rex ruler. That would be nice.

Allie said...

Ok, blogged!
http://allie-oopssweethappylife.blogspot.com/

Victoria M. said...

I love these fabrics and would use them to make totes for my daughter and daughters in law for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win them.

anniedavis said...

I would use that fabric to make a throw. I would love to cuddle up in it and watch TV. :)

soggybottomflats said...

Wow, happy 400, I could be so lucky! I would love the chance to win this lovely stack of fat quarters. I would make a Christmas quilt...just for me, not to give away, maybe to share, but just for me! Thanks for the opportunity, Elaine

f.sarah said...

congrats!
i would use them to make a table runner / some quilts / some coasters, undecided yet!
thank you!

Ruth B said...

Wowza! 400th post!! Congrats and thank you for the awesome giveaway and your wonderful blog. I would make gifts for my children and grandbabies for Christmas.

Jennifer said...

Congrats on the 400th post! I hope I stick with it that long. I'd use this fabric to make some Christmas decor and Christmas gifts!

jan said...

Congratulations on 400 posts! That is quite a milestone! You are very generous to offer such a wonderful giveaway! If I were to win, I think I would make pieced tote bags for all my neices as xmas gifts. Thanks for the chance!

Lexilooo said...

I would make Christmas placemats for my mother, who has been teaching me how to quilt!

Yay 400!

Lotta said...

Congratulations!
I'd make myself a Christmas quilt to keep me warm through the long and cold winter.
Lotta in Sweden

Lotta said...

Hi again,
I'm back to tell that I have blogged about your giveaway,
Lotta in Sweden

Dolores said...

Firstly, congratulations on your 400th post. Well done. Great looking fabrics and I would make a quilt for myself if I won. I don't have a quilt that I made just for me.

Kelly Jackson said...

400 posts...that is a lot of typing and uploading of photos :) Congrats!!!

I'd be lying if I said I knew what I would do with those fabrics if I won them. I have no idea. If I know me...I would call my girlfriend, MJ, and ask her what sort of project/trouble we should get into next.

Smiles,
Kelly

dianne said...

i dunno what i would make, either ... i always think i have a plan and then i find out that i was wrong, wrong, wrong ... but i love green and i like red and i don't think one can own too many christmas quilts!

Renee G said...

Oh these are lovely. I would love to use these to make a Christmas tree skirt. (Although I'm not sure what pattern I would use).
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

Christine said...

Oh WOW. What a fantastic prize. I made some lovely Christmas stockings using this range. If I win I'll make a quilt to go with them.
Christine

dianne said...

and now this is posted on my bog - woo hoo!

Melissa said...

I'd make a Christmas quilt for my mom because she is always whining about being cold during the winter (joking - I'm joking!)!!!

DAWNIE said...

Congrats Pam on your 400th Post. What an awesome giveaway - please count me in. I just love ANYTHING christmas and have love lovely christmas patterns I could use these treasures for - baskets/bon bons/table runners and the list just goes on and on.

Nova said...

Xmas presents! Maybe some furoshiki.

Annelise said...

What a wonderful giveaway! Congrats on your 400th post ;-)
If I should be the lucky one, I would make christmas presents for my family and for sure a table runner for myself.
Hugs from Denmark!

Chookyblue...... said...

congrats on your 400 posts.......what would I do with the fabric..........well my Xmas stash is almost non existent so it would be a great start........I was going to hunt some down at the Craft show last weekend but I didn't seem to find any.......

Cici said...

Congrats on 400! Wow, if I win I have several christmas patterns I wish to do but my christmas stash is too small. A christmas quilt would be on top of the list.

Annelise said...

- and now I have linked to this beautiful giveaway from my own blog: http://patchworkhulen.blogspot.com/

Cici said...

I've but the link on my blog.

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

Congrats on 400!

I would make placemats and a table runner...or a wall quilt..or potholders...or gift bags. Gosh! I guess I need to feel the fabric first to see what it wants to be :)

Debbie said...

Congratulations on your 400! I would probably look at the fabric and think what it would be best used as. Maybe an apron by mixing some of the fabrics together or some purses.

free indeed said...

Congratulations! Blogging has really become so popular I'm tempted to start one myself now that all the kids have flown the coup (after 30 years!). For now, I enjoy reading about everyone eles's adventures and gleaning ideas and inspiration!
The bundle is lovely! who doesn't appreciate Robyn Pandolph romance fabrics? I don't have a Christmas quilt yet to display during the holidays, so this bundle would more than likely end up as a special quilt just for me. I'd probably use one of Bonnie Hunter's patterns as I just love her work and scrappiness...that bundle would lend itself well to a coordinated scrappy quilt....I struggle with coordinating fabrics on my own :(

anne said...

wow what an awesome giveaway, I think a christmas wall hanging would be great to make with those gorgeous fabbies. Happy Stitching

Helle said...

Congrats to your 400th post :-) and waht a amazing giveaway. I love the fabrics and would love to make warm plaids to the family for thw winter, if I´m the lucky one who won these FQ´s.
Hugs, Helle

Helle said...

Hi again *s* Have add your give away and url on my blog http://patchworkstuen.wordpress.com

Hugs from Helle

Martha said...

Congratulations! I love the fabrics and would probably make a Christmas quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

LeKaQuilt said...

Congratulations on you 400th post! Please count me in the draw :o)

I woud love to make Christmas gifts to my friend's.
Lena at LeKaQuilt :o)

LeKaQuilt said...

Now there are a link to your blog at my blog :o)
LeKaQuilt.blogspot.com

julie said...

What a great giveaway. Congrats on 400 posts. I would make a new Xmas quilt of course.

Ellice said...

I would love to join your give-away, I have 4 grand-daughters and a great-niece (3 are babies), and I would use these to make pretty items for the girls for Christmas.Blessings Thanks for the chance to win this pack.

Terry said...

What beautiful fabric! I would make myself a Christmas quilt for my living room. Thanks for the giveaway! And congratulations!! :0)

Ellice said...

Hi again, I have added your give-away link to my site, see you at my blog http://sandragonsnest.blogspot.com/

blessings

Ellice

Linda said...

Folk Art Christmas is my absolute all time favorite ever, ever, ever and if I would be so lucky to win it, please, please, please. No shame here. I would look at it and let it tell me what it wanted to be.

nana947@hotmail.com

Barbara said...

Wow, what a great giveaway. I am newer to quilting and am thinking of making a quilt for Christmas. This would be great for that.

Barb said...

Would love to win! Please enter me--thanks so much!

Barb said...

I just posted and forgot to tell you what I would make--I have the perfect quilt--it is called Winter Dance and is actually by Robyn Pandolph. These would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!

QuilterLaura said...

Ohhh, this is too tempting, Robyn is one of my favorites. I think I would go with a quilt called Stars and Cabins in a book by Christiane Meunier. It's been on my wish list for several years. This fabric would be perfect for it!

Quiltingdaisy said...

I am always looking to add a new christmas project to my collection.

Cory said...

Congrats. 400 posts is quite an accomplishment. I would make a new tree skirt and new stockings now that our family has grown. Thank you for sharing this wonderful prize with us. Take care and God bless, Cory

Jean said...

Wow, that is great! 400 posts I mean, but also the prize of FQ. I would love them to make a Christmas throw for my daughter.

Mishka said...

Gorgeous fabrics. I'd make a disappearing nine patch Christmas quilt for my folks. They love to decorate for Christmas and don't have any lap quilts suitable yet.

Thanks for the chance, and congrats on 400 posts.

Michele

Dandelion Quilts said...

Congrats on your 400th post. I would definitely make a quilt, perhaps something from Anka's Treasures.

SewCalGal said...

Congratulations on your 400th post. What an accomplishment! And thank you for blogging and sharing such delightful insights.

With respect to your delightful fabric give-away, I'd make a quilt to use in my living room. While the colors are great for Christmas, they also look perfect for my living room.

I'd love to win your give-away, but then I'm sure whomever wins will enjoy these beautiful fabrics. It is very nice of you to hold this giveaway in honor of your 400th post.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

SewCalGal said...

I also wanted to let you know I posted about your site & giveaway on my blogsite about contests & giveaways: http://sewcalgalcontestinfo.blogspot.com/

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Piecefulafternoon said...

Isn't that grand - so many wonderful posts - and I've just begun to read them - I'll have to come back again and again until I've ready them all.

Flittige hender said...

What a wonderful giveaway!
Congrats on your 400th post ;-)
If I should be the lucky one, I would make christmas presents for my family.
Grethe from Norway

Sheila said...

Those fabrics are gorgeous! Thank you for the giveaway.
I think I would use the fabrics in a Christmas table runner.

Thanks again!

Sheila

shecarita{at}yahoo{dot} com

Mary-Kay said...

Well, I think it would make a beautiful Turning Twenty. Or maybe Turning Twenty Again.

Flittige hender said...

Those fabrics are gorgeous!
Now there are a link to your blog at my blog :o)

Aimee said...

Beautiful fabric! I would love to have these to make "patchwork" Christmas aprons for my 4 sisters and sister-in-law. We all love Christmas and always do lots of cooking and baking. Hopefully, wearing these would make the holiday even more special for years to come.

Heidi S - idaho said...

400 posts...can't believe the dedication that takes! Love Love Love this fabric! Red is my favorite color! I've been planning on making christmas placemats for our big family get together this christmas and these fabrics would be perfect!

Chere said...

Love the fabric! Enter me in the giveaway--hope I win!

quilting gran said...

Wow, congratulations on your 400th post. I need a Christmas table topper and with that wonderful fabric I can make a topper and a runner! Pick me!

Maria said...

Lovely give away! I would make somsthing lovely... Maybe a table runner, and other nice things to the christmas table!

Carol R. said...

Please count me in. I have a design in mind to make for my son and his new wife (married yesterday). This coming Christmas will be their first one together as man and wife and they need some Christmas decorations for their new home. Thanks for having such an awesome giveaway.

Ankie said...

Congratulations to your 400th post.Fantastic giveaway, I love everything about Christmes.
I think I use my crazy curve or flip-flop templates to make a cozy lapquilt.

Ankie said...

Hi, I´m back because I have posted about this giveaway on my blog.
http://carlisletworks.blogspot.com/

chrisi said...

hello nice fabric for nice Holiday quilts

Inge-Lise said...

I would make a beautiful Christmastree-carpet to our yearly market, which supports people in foreign countries.
Inge-Lise from Denmark

Kanutten said...

What a generous giveaway! I love theese fabrics, and would like to make myself a tabletopper or a wallquilt, for my new livingroom! Thank you!

I`ll leave a komment om my blog for you!

Rosa Robichaud said...

All these fat quarters?!?!?

I think I'd roll around in them, first! LOL

Then, I would make a log cabin lap quilt for my younger sister. Oldest one got one, 2 Christmas's ago.

Could you please submit my name in your draw?

Tks!

Rosa Robichaud
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada
robich@rogers.com

Pat said...

I posted about your give away this am :)

Robin said...

Put them in my stash and wait for the perfect quilt pattern to come along! Congrats on number 400!! Here's to 400 more! rnoel57@gmail.com

quiltmom said...

What a lovely group of Christmas fabrics in this set of fat quarters. I am sure that I would make something to celebrate the Christmas season if I was fortunate enough to be your lucky winner.
Congratulations on reaching 400 posts- the time has flown so quickly- May you continue to find blogging an exciting and enjoyable experience.
Warmest regards from a Western Canadian Quilter,
Anna

Cathy said...

Congratulations on 400 posts! Thats great and so are these beautiful FQ's. If I win them, first I'd have to pet them and ohhh and ahhh each one and then I would decide what type of block they'd be the happiest in and make them up into a beautiful quilt!

Cathy ♥

Fiesta said...

congratulations! Your giveaway is very generous. Please count me in.

simplestitches said...

Congrats on 400 posts! I'm coming up for 100 soon and thought that was pretty good....

I just love this fabric, also coming up for 25th wedding anniversary and could see a double wedding ring quilt in this (check out my profile photo, as you can see love this type of fabric!)
that's for the chance to win,
Julz

Loralynn said...

What pretty fabrics! I would use them to make a small quilt for the back of my couch and make matching table topper for the small table I have in my family room. Any scraps would make a great runner for the top of my fireplace too! The possibilities are endless!

Barbara said...

Congratulations on your 400th post, love your site, also love those fabrics, please enter me in for the draw.

Vicky said...

Congrats on 400 posts! Quite an accomplishment! But I can't believe you're giving away RP fabric! I want to win! :) :)

Hazel said...

I believe I would make table runner for my new DIL she's a doll! Very pretty fabrics!

Sandy said...

What lovely fabrics that I would love to play with for something really Christmasy!

Dawn said...

Wow, nice give away! I have a Christmas Baltimore Album quilt in mind that I'd use these beauties in :) Congrats on 400 and Thanks!

KAYLEE said...

CONGRATULATIONS on your 400th post. Simply gorgeous fabrics from what I can see, most likely make a lap quilt for my sick Mother-In-Law. Cheers

KAYLEE said...

Hello again, I have posted your GIVE AWAY on my BLOG, please give me a second entry, thankyou and cheers.

Kim D. said...

Congratulations on your 400th post. I would love to be entered to win your beautiful Christmas fabric. I would make a Christmas Wall hanging or quilt to hang in my entry way. Thanks for the chance to win your great give-a-way.

Kim D. said...

I also posted your give-a-away to my side-bar on my blog. Please give me another point. Thanks

sewandsew said...

O-h-h-h-h- how beautiful the FQ's are!! Very nice! I would love to have the opportunity to win them, and thanks so much for the nice giveaway! I would most likely make a Christmasy Quilt or use them for stockings! Congratulations on your 400th post!~ That is especially nice! Thanks again!

dot said...

Fat chance I would win with 111 comments before mine but I am game. I would incorprate them into a beautiful Christmas quilt. I don't really know what pattern because I would have to see them but maybe a scrappy Christmas churndash. I pray I win.

P.S. Sept 1 is my mom's birthday so do I get an extra name in the hat for that. I could give the quilt I make to her.

AnnaB said...

I think I would make a 'shoofly'quilt I think that would be a bright and cheery quilt.

Patricia said...

**Congratulations on your 400th !!**
...and *Thank you* for sharing, and being such a delightful inspiration!!
I would love to use that beautiful fabric to make a very special quilt!... I SO love that banner picture of yours at the top!... I want to make a gorgeous quilt like that (with that wonderful fabric of yours!)... I can just see my kitty peeking out from under it, too!!
It's a sweet dream, but one that I'd love to have come true!!
Blessings!!!
Patricia T.

Stephanie D. said...

Awesome giveaway!

I read about it on Pat's Bell Creeks Quilts blog.

And I do love those Halloween blocks and quiltlets!

Would you please put my name in the basket?

arlette said...

Congrats for your 400 posts, I love christmas it's my fave time of the year, hmmmm let's see: I'll wrap my house with all the fabrics, I'll make tablecloth, curtain, I want to make some stuff with your fabric, lol

arlette said...

I already blogged about it, arlette0521.blogspot.com

BROOKE said...

OH! lovely give-away. I'm planning on making christams stockings for all my clients this year. Would love to win this fabric - it's perfect!

Martina said...

Congratulations. I am looking forward to the next 400 posts. And out of the giveaway fabric I would like to do a quit with diffrent stars.Thanks for the chance to win

rockgranny said...

400 post!WOW! Congratulations !!!!!
I just start planing this year Christmas projects, so i'll surely find something for them.Thanks for counting me in

Marta Gerrity said...

COngrats on your 400th post. I would love to win them and would make a prayer quilt for a little lady currently fighting brain cancer. They would make a stunning quilt and your wonderful fabric would provide warmth and comfort and strength for a special person.
Marta Gerrity

Pia said...

Congratulations on your 400th post. These fabrics would make a lovely Christmas Cosy Blanket for myself for a change.
Hugs Pia

Pia said...

And of course I'm blogging about it right here at www.piavedsted.blogspot.com
Hugs Pia

DianeH said...

Wow 400 well deserved pats on the back for your wonderful blog! Thanks so much for your generous giveaway I would make a beautiful tree skirt to grace our tree each Christmas.

Barbara in TN said...

Ohhhh - Christmas Fabric! I am such a sucker for them - even in hot, hot summer! Thanks for the giveaway -
Barbara in TN

Lynn S said...

Foremost--congratulations on sharing 400 special events with all of us! I so enjoy following your projects!
I know exactly what I would do with the folk art Christmas material! I'm planning on doing the "Over the river, and through the woods" quilt (Crabapple Hill), with redwork embroidery! My, this color way would be absolutely perfect for the surrounding blocks!
It would be a stunning quilt-- with your generosity at the heart of the design!

Anne-Grethe said...

What a generous thing to do! The fabrics look wonderful - and if I would be so lucky, I would make a cosy, warm christmas quilt and some pillows for my coach. It will probably be occupied right away by the cat in the house! :-) Have a nice day - greetings from Norway!

Sue Cahill said...

I make a Christmas quilt or wall hanging each year as a gift to one of my large family. I haven't started this year's yet and your gorgeous fabrics would be so perfect.

Thanks for the chance.

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

Kait said...

Hi, please enter me--I would make my first Christmas quilt!

Peaceful Piecer said...

What a generous giveaway. I would love to make some table runners with this.

sndy1 said...

Thanks for the generous giveaway. I think I would make placemats or table runners for gifts if I was to win!

paulette said...

Wow What a fantastic give away! If I won I would make a Christmas tablecloth and a small wall hanging to match! Merry Christmas!
Take care!
Paulette

Cattinka said...

Beautiful fat quarters, I would use them to make some christmas gifts!
KATRIN W.

Marit Johanne said...

Wow! All those beautiful fabrics, it is a generous give away! If I won I think I would make a table runner and maybe some place mats. But sometimes the fabrics tells me to do other things than I had planned, I think they live their own lives :D

Lene said...

Hallo from Denmark.
A salute from a quilter who also is 50 years. I would sew a little Christmas tablecloth that can dress up our table throughout December.

Anonymous said...

Cross my fingers and hope that I would be the kycky one. Eva

gtm said...

Congratulations on your 400th post! I would love to make a christmas quilt =)

Thank you for the generous giveaway!

shelley said...

Well, you have inspired me. I would make "sisters choice" blocks and create two quilts. One for me, and one for my bestest friend-who just moved 3 hours away. I would think of her with every stitch, and then after. I only have one chance-fingers crossed-because I am a "no blog".:o( Thank you for the chance, and congrats on your 400th post!!!

Di~ said...

If interested!???you bet! I would love to make a simple Christmas quilt that we could take to the cabin with us! Thank You!

Jeanne said...

Congrats, Pam! I enjoy each and every post.

sjoko said...

Wonderful blogg you have. I guess a lot of us has a secret writer that wants out.....
I would use these wonderfull fabrics for a big christmas quilt (needleturn) as I do not have such a quilt and would like it to decorate my home.

sjoko said...

By the way, I have also linked to your blogg - just in time?

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Pam, 400 posts.... that is amazing. Well guess what, I don't have Robyn Pandolph's Folk Art Christmas 3 in my stash. I knew something was missing. I do like Robyn's fabrics and I have a pattern picked out. I do believe it is the shop hop pattern we got when we went on the bus from Bits and Pieces. Good luck to all Mamasparks followers, she is one great blogger.
Pauline from Canton

Melissa C said...

I would use them for a Christmas cactus wreath quilt. Thanks for the chance.

Denise :) said...

ps...I also blogged about it on my blog! And in honor of the prize, it's in Christmas red! :)

Denise :) said...

Hmmm . . . I must not have typed the word verification correctly for my first comment! Let's try this again.

Congratulations on your 400th post! My new and dear DIL wants a quilted tree skirt; I believe I'd use the fabric to grant her wish!

Thanks bunches!!! :)

Becky Hall said...

I would make a Christmas table topper to donate to my Guild's Boutique for our next show (the money helps us host wonderful speakers for lectures and workshops - I've learned so much in three years!), and I'd make another for myself. So a win-win!

Thanks for the opportunity.

Becky said...

Congratulations on reaching 400 posts! That is awesome. I would use the fabric to make tote bags for Christmas gifts. Thanks!

Jenny of Elefantz said...

I desperately need a new quilt for our bed and I LOVE Robyn Pandolph fabrics so that's what I'd use them for.

Jenny of Elefantz said...

I have blogged about your giveaway! :-)

Jan said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win such a generous giveaway. I would make a Christmas quilt to hang in my front sitting room to give a festive feeling to the space and to everyone who shared it.

Allie said...

Ummm....holy Wow!
I would love to make a Christmas quilt. They are my fave.
Congrats on 400 and thanks for the chance!

Sue said...

I certainly leave things 'til the last minute. Congratz on you 400th post. Count me in for the draw please

Jan said...

I have just posted on my blog about your giveaway. That means more people now have the chance to win - boo hoo!

Sue said...

Oops Silly me, I would use those gorgeous fabrics to make a holiday quilt for one of the beds in my
B&B. That way so many people would see it and read the label.

Betty said...

Congratulations on your 400th post...keep on blogging! I would love to win 21 fat quarters and would make a Christmas quilt for our long Minnesota winters!

Nancy said...

I never have a hard time coming up with projects that involve Christmas fabric. At the moment I'm thinking up a Christmas table runner. Thanks for the great giveaway.
spackattak7(at)hotmail(dot)com

Perri said...

Wow! Congratulations on your 400th post!
I'd love to go in the draw for the opportunity to win the Robyn Pandolph bundle - thank you!
Happy stitching, P

Tozz said...

Now tell me what girl woulndt want to win this lovely delictable bundle of joy? Please enter me in your fabulous giveaway :) hugs
Vicki

Adawn said...

WOW!!!! I would so work on a Christmas project for my Mama!!!! Please enter my name - Amber - adever44@commspeed.net

Fiona said...

Congratulations on your 400th post - I am still trying to reach 100.

Hugs - Fiona

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Congratulations on your 400th post that is totally aweseome...what I would do with them if I won...well for a while I would just look and admire...LOL....

Tozz said...

I have blogged about this fantastic giveway too....and Congrats on your 400th post....well done and may you do many many more :) hugs
Vicki

Carol said...

oooh - they look lovely! I'd love to make a special Christmas quilt!
Congrats on your 400th post!

Vintage Sandy said...

Love your giveaway very generous as to what I'd do w/them I haven't a clue but, I am going to post it on my blog right now!!

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims said...

Wow! 400 posts...
I love Folk Art Christmas, have been collecting some for a quilt, and yours would be an awesome addition.
Very generous gift to share, thanks.

flamingandromeda said...

well done on reaching 400 posts! The fabric looks gorgeous...thanks for the opportunity! :-D

Sew Useful Designs said...

Hi there! :-)

400 posts - wow!!! :-)

If I won your generous giveaway I would make a quilt to snuggle under on the couch in winter.

Warm wishes!!
Vikki x

Natys said...

i would make Pillows, lots of pillows for my couch.
And maybe a table runner

Karen said...

I think those fabrics would make a great Christmas quilt. Should I start designing now?

Ruby said...

I think this is a fabulous giveaway. I favor tote bag and wall quilt. Maybe a crazy quilt stocking with what's left over. Happy 400th blog post!

Barbara York said...

Oh, I LOVE Robyn Pandolph, she has such a beautiful line of fabrics. Well I would make a beautiful quilt, maybe an apron to match and with any left-overs a pretty pillow.

Diva Kreszl said...

Wow! So many comments, still I'll take my chances and leave a comment for a chance to win that beautiful fabric. What would I do with it...a quilt of course!

Jeanette said...

What a great giveawy. I'd make Christams things out of th fabrics like wallhangingd, baskets, cones ect. off to post on my blog now. Hugs, Jeanette

Brianna said...

I would make a quilt for my mum for Christmas as they are her kind of colours (and hopefully there would be enough left over for me to make a little something for myself as well)!

Catherine said...

What a wonderful giveaway!! Congratulations on your 400th post. If I won those, I'd make a Christmas Patchwork of the Crosses quilt.

Janelle said...

I wuold love to win your great giveaway of Christmas fabrics! I would probably make a Christmas quilt or maybe some lovely fabric 'baskets' to place around the house and fill with Christmas goodies!

Vickie said...

oh wow what glorious fabrics..now If I won I would be using them fabrics to make a altered nine patch quilt all for me...and yes i would have to share it with the cats or they might scratch me eh?cheers vickie

Melody said...

Wow, four hundred posts! Congratulations! If I won that lovely fabric I would make a quilt, perhaps a mixture of applique and pieced blocks.
Sew long,
Melody

clare's craftroom said...

Oh I hope I'm not too late .... huff puff , please count me in , lol!

magy said...

Lots of post.. way to go girl.. I would make a snuggely throw to wrap in on those chilly winter nights here in the midwest..love your blog and have met so many wonderful quilters this way..
Maggey

Angela said...

Congratulations on 400 posts! WOW! I would love to be entered in your drawing for the beautiful Christmas fabrics! Thanks so much! Now to go browse your blog... :o) Have a good day!

What Comes Next? said...

400 posts??!! Way to go! I've just started, so that's a milestone that will take me a long time to reach! Robyn Pandolph's designs are gorgeaous! I would make a quilt to go on my sofa for the winter

billiemick said...

Probably would make a table topper for Christmas.

Cathy M said...

Congratulations. I would of course make a beautiful Christmas quilt. I love those fabrics!!!!

Potpourri said...

400 posts are very commendable. I admire your output!
I also love the FQ's and would love to make a Christmas themed quilt.

What Comes Next? said...

I just posted about your giveaway on my blog! Ohhh! I like those fabrics!

Debbie said...

Those red and green fabrics look so great and bright bundled up! I would add the fabrics without xmas symbols to the other red and green fabrics that I have and make a nice scrappy something. Then I would take the xmas FQs and give them to one of my many friends who do celebrate xmas. Or maybe have a giveaway, LOL!

Christine said...

congrats on 400 posts...the fabric would be wonderful to win.
love your blog
...to begin with I would just look at them!
Then start some inspiring new project/quilt of course.
best wishes Christine

Cynthia said...

Happy 400th post! That is a ton of posts, how do you find the time to quilt? :) That stack of fabric is calling my name!

Julie said...

Happy 400!

SandyN said...

I would make the most beautiful Christmas wall hanging. Living in Australia, it is too hot for a Christmas quilt.

Thank you for a wonderful giveaway and 400th post - wow!!!

Sandy N

(By the way, if I won your beautiful generous giveaway - I would pay for the postage)...Thanks

Christine said...

I also posted on my blog about the giveaway...

chook said...

oh congrats on 400posts
please enter me in the draw I would make a bag and a table runner ohh my the possibilites are endless
hugs Beth

Gladys said...

Hola! Felicitaciones por sus 400 publicaciones!
Sinceramente no sé que haría con tantas telas, por lo pronto sólo quisiera tocarlas y mirarlas una por una!
Si estoy a tiempo, por favor, ingréseme en su sorteo!
Gracias! Abrazos!
Google Traductor: "Hello! Congratulations on the 400 publications!
I honestly do not know I would with many fabrics, for now just wanted to touch and look at them one by one!
If I'm on time, please ingréseme in drawing!
Thank you! Hugs!"

Holly said...

Oh wow. I just marked my 400th post with a give away too. Tomorrow is the last day to enter. I would make a quilt for my living room. those are my colors and I hardly ever make anything for myself.

Tracy said...

I'm a real softie for Robyn Pandolph fabrics. I wouldn't make a specifically Christmas-themed quilt with these - I love them all and would probably incorporate them into many projects!

peggy said...

OH my...400 posts, that sure is a lot of posting!!! Congratulations!
I'd love to win that fabric bundle..
Peggy in NJ

Martha said...

My charm group recently made row quilts with each providing a row for the other. One member made a Christmas quilt and I've been wanting one ever since. That's how I'd use your fabric.

mtower@bellsouth.net

Colleen said...

I would love to use those gorgeous fabrics for one of the Christmas quilt patterns I have.

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