Thursday, October 6, 2011

This Time of Year

We are in the final push to get all of our products ready to take to International Quilt Market in Houston. Sewing machines are whizzing, editors are up all night, and digital printers are pumping out patterns. It's not just us quilty bloggers - it's the the entire sewing/quilting industry. Moda is in Market mode. Things are getting finished and shipped. It seems that one of the chores they do is re-cycling. Yes, for all the good reasons, of course. And you could be the benefactor. How would you like to help Moda Fabrics and more importantly, ME - clean house?
A huge box arrived today filled with scraps of our debuting collection - Prairie Paisley II.
The strips are what are left over once the salesman samples are cut and assembled. Here are some....
When Moda (I'm talking about you Lissa) sent me a box of these same type of scraps of Charlevoix fabric - I made this....
These scraps are great for any string quilt. Most of the strips are wide enough for almost any type of piecing. Just comment on this post before Midnight Saturday October 8th and three winners will get a large priority mail box stuffed with strips. The rest will be given to a local guild who makes quilts for Quilts of Valor. See, recycling is good for all of us!

Laurie

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Caro said...

I'm in. Love the colors of the fabric together. It's just what I need for a string quilt.

LCP said...

The colors are wonderful and string quilts are my favorite. I love the random feel of these quilts and enjoy hand quilting.

badlandsquilts said...

Oh my, I would love Prairie Paisley 2 scraps as the first line is one of my fav of all time. Thanks for the chance and for always so generously sharing. (so when does it arrive in stores?)

ritainalaska said...

all right! we could all use scraps! 'specially when we could make a quilt like yours! i'd like to be one of the three ... i'm a paisley fan, too.

Shannon said...

The colors are so beautiful! The name is just precious! Just beautiful and breathtaking. :) Yes, one CAN make a lot of neat items from "just" scraps! I am finding scrap projects to be the most fun out of all quilting projects, because I am using up and not wasting, and the projects just turn out so neat (and they are one of a kind)! Thank you for your generosity, and best blessings in Houston!

allcounty said...

what a GREAT AWESOME cause to donate for Quilts of Valor.

Ida said...

I love the homey feel of the fabric. And strips are perfect!

You get to play with a line of fabric to find things that you like, without having full yardage to 'deal with'.

Free strips are even better!

Kim Q said...

I absolutely LOVE the string quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

Jane said...

I am only too happy to help with your problem! That red is wonderful.

Bowbailey said...

Wow, what an honor it would be to receive some scraps from you!

Tressa said...

Thanks for the chance and that string quilt of yours is beautiful!

augustus' mom said...

I just purchased a layer cake of "American Banner Rose" and would love to have some recycle scraps of "Prairie Paisley II" Thanks for the wonderful opportunities to win quilting thing on your blog. Love your fabrics and designs!

Kathy in FL said...

I'd love to win these scraps. Paisley is my favorite pattern.

Lee said...

Love string quilts! thanks for the generous giveaway!

Robin said...

I felt badly that I missed out on the first Prairie Paisley so I would love to win these strips.

Quilting by the Lake said...

Would love to win a box of your scraps for a string quilt. I often look back in your book of that one string quilt! Awesome!

Ana's World said...

I love the quilt it's cute! Thanks for the chance to win.

Yvonne said...

I love scrap quilts! And string quilts! It's so much fun to see the variety of fabrics that get used in them.

Megan said...

oooh, those bright reds contrast perfectly with the dark blues. I'm going to have to get my hands on some of this once it hits the stores.

A.J. Dub. said...

That is very cool! I would love some scraps!

Bevie Pearl said...

A scrap quilt would be so fun to make this winter and those salesman samples would be perfect for that quilt. I never had heard that term (salesman samples) in the quilting world. I love learning something new! Thanks for the chance to win.

peggy said...

Please add me to the drawing pool for your scraps of fabric. I love your designs and colors.

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Me too!! I would love to play with a box of scraps!~ the colors are so me! :-) Thanks for the fun!!

Karen M said...

This giveaway is to die for! Fabric. Yeah. Thanks for the chance to win.

ritad said...

Love is a string quilt!

Stitched With Prayer said...

I would truly love to win one of the boxes of scraps. I'm wanting to get a patriotic but still feminine quilt made for my daughter for Christmas. Her son joined the Air Force last May and think it will be the perfect gift for her this year. These beautiful scraps would be just the ticket! Thanks for a chance...

Margaret said...

I so can't wait for this line to come out! And boy, would I love to win some scraps! Thanks for the chance!

WoolenSails said...

I have been looking more at strippy quilts and I just love that design you have made.

Debbie

beth said...

I'd love to win. Scraps are my favorite kind of fabric!

Marilee said...

Sign me up for "stuff 'O Strips"

LK said...

I would love to help with the recycle efforts!! Beautiful fabrics!!

Erin in MI said...

Awesome fabrics!! Please include me in your drawing :)

Julee said...

Love what you did with the strips..and would love to win these. Thanks

krisgray said...

Beautiful! What nice way to celebrate Market. Good luck with all of your preparations.

Sharon said...

Just loved Charlevoix and have used it in a table topper, quilt & pillowcases. Would LOVE to win some 'scraps' of the new collection as I'm really wanting to make a string quilt. Thanks for the generous giveaway -- hope I'm one of the lucky ones.

Mom2RyandSis said...

Beautiful fabric, I would love to try a string quilt!! Thanks for the chance!!

Lisa said...

OK, I know I don't need more fabric, but that batch is just beautiful!

Jacque. said...

ohhhh...paisley, string quilt, colors, patterns...all wonderful! I would so enjoy receiving some of these!

farmgal said...

Oh PLEASE may I have? So pretty! Thanks for the chance to have this pretty box.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Love strip quilts and would love to win, thanks for the chance.

Cathy said...

Love your string quilt, a great use of scraps. I'm sure I'd find a use for all that red, white, and blue.

Colleen G said...

I've never tried a string quilt but what a lovely group of fabrics to make a first. I have some redwork patterns I could combine with strings that would be perfect. Thanks for letting us participate in your recycling project.

nngirl said...

Oh! I need those for my pineapple quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

Joanna said...

If I win and can make a quilt half as pretty as the one you made I'll be very happy. I love the cheerful colors. Thanks.

Amy in eau claire said...

Oooh la la! Count me in! Its pure eye candy.

Edna said...

Would love to have the Prairie Paisley II scraps. Thanks for the chance.

mamabug said...

The elementary school I work at just started having enrichment classes after school. I knew I wanted to do something with fabric and sewing. It is just so expensive to start. This would be a dream-come-true for so many 1st, 2nd , 3rd and 4th graders :) Thank you

Anonymous said...

I have some prairie paisley fat quarters that would work with those scraps! Pick me!
l.samlow@comcast.net

Rosa said...

I love that wonderful colors and string quilts are beautiful.

Gretchen said...

I would love to win some Prairie Paisley II scraps. The first line was one of my favorites!!

Gayle said...

I love scrap quilts and string quilts too - would love to be the lucky winner of the drawing.

One for a wish.. said...

I'm all for helping out with a spring (for us in Australia) clean...especially if there is no Spray and Wipe involved! Please count me in!

aztel2000 said...

I'm working on a string quilt and some Prairie Paisley would work in very nicely! There was a wonderful display of vintage war quilts at the AQS/Des Moines show last week that make me think of you and the new book. Thanks!
Karen in Breezy Point

Sharon S said...

I love your fabrics. Quilts for Heroes are a good thing!

Anonymous said...

Love making string quilts...Thanks for a chance to win some:)
Maggie St

Cathy said...

So many possibilities running through my head. The colors are wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win them. Hugs

Anonymous said...

I would be one happy girl to win your scraps!
~Joyce in MI

Janet said...

I'd LOVE to help you recycle!! Your scraps are all my favorite colors.

Carol said...

I love the fabrics and colors and would be thrilled to be picked in the drawing! I have just the right project in mind.

Quilt n Queen said...

Having a box of Praire Paisley II arrive in my mailbox would be wonderful...just like Christmas... I'm making 6 blocks and 6 pillowcases for Johna'lee. She blogs at 'The Scrappy Appleyard.blogspot.com. She is collecting blocks....she mentioned in one of her blogs how much she likes your fabric collections. I still have some Praire Paisley and that is what I'm using. Her daughter, Tory, lost her fiance 12 days before they were to be married. Chris, was killed in Afghanistan early September and Johna'lee is making quilts for Tory and Chris' family. The scrapes bag would be an awesome win. I'm using the 'Just One Star' block. Thanks to 'Moda Lissa' and 'Minick & Simpson' for the chance to win the scraps...have a great Market in Houston!!

pianomama said...

Really??? That would be awesome! I'd love to play with some!

sandra said...

I would love to win as I have the scraps from the original Prairie Paisley so it would be fun to make scrap quilt out of them. I have never made a string quilt so it would be a new experience.

Hotquilts said...

Count me in too. This would be sew much fun to work on this coming winter. The colors would keep me cheery all winter. I'm keeping my fingers crossed...

Hotquilts said...

Uh, maybe you should give my chance to "Quilt n Queen"; sounds like Troy and Chris's family needs a quilt more than I.

Dortha said...

I would love a box of Prairie Paisley 2. Please put my name in the hat. dorthac@aol.com

Kathy said...

I always love your fabrics - a box of scraps would be great! Thanks for having a giveaway.

Melanie said...

Oh I would love to win a box of scraps! I could use them to make a Quilt of Valor with my sewing group. Thanks so much!

katie said...

Oh my I would love to win free fabric, especially yours.
I am involved in making quilts for hospice and for women who keep their babies rather than abort them. It's all through my church.
Thank you for a chance to win.

linda said...

Oh I love these fabrics! Red, white and blue....my favorite combination! Thanks for the chance to win!

emmy said...

Red, white and blue, and a string quilt is a perfect combination. Thank you for sharing.

Darlene said...

Oh how I would love to win this - I LOVE the Prairie Paisley 2 collection and are the perfect colors for Wounded Warrior lap quilts.

I love the string quilt - what a fantabulous idea for scraps.

Thanks for the opportunity.
Blessings,
Darlene

Barbara said...

Thanks for your generous spirit. Prairie Paisley 2 would feel right at home in my sewing room.

Laurie said...

i'm happy to help you with your recycling :) thanks for a chance to win - laurie

llsbaskets@comcast.net

Becky said...

I love making string quilts. I can't wait until Prairie Paisley II begins appearing at my local quilt shop.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the chance to win. Those colors are great. Love your string quilt.

Darlis

lovetostitch said...

Prairie Paisley was truly one of my all time faves, have lots of itmes in it. Makes me sing to see my red, white, and blues!! I know I'll be over the moon with II!!

Redfinch said...

Oh, my goodness, what a treasure.... Red, white, and blue...with extras! I'm a Michigander who now lives near Naples, FL, so doesn't that give me a greater advantage?!

Candace in CA said...

How yummy! I don't know how you keep up with it all.

Sue said...

Another fabulous line! I'd love to be the recipient of some of your scraps! :)

regan said...

That kittens quilt is so sweet! I love it! Thanks for the giveaway! We love that!

Amanda said...

I would love getting a box of your scraps. I would enjoy using them to make a quilt for the Marine Reserve unit that my son belongs to which just returned from Afghanistan in August. I'll definitely have to watch for this collection in my local quilt shop.
Thanks,
Amanda T.

kelley said...

Gorgeous fabrics...thanks for the chance two in them...I would love to give them to a local group that makes quilts for veterans...

Karen said...

Thanks for sharing the "scraps"... They would be cherished in my home... you know what they say, one persons trash is another persons treasure... Cheers !
Karen

Lori said...

The quilt that I've made that I love the most is made from Prairie Paisley! I'd love to make a "scrappy sister" for her!

jmniffer said...

I have a new machine and little fabric as I had to save for my machine. Making a string quilt is on my list of wish quilts. I would love to have a box of pretty fabric strips to play with. Thanks for the chance.

Angie @ Summerfield Quilts said...

I love the wonderful colors of this fabric. Thanks for the great opportunity to win, and what a thoughtful gesture to give to the guild making quilts for Quilts of Valor.

Kristy said...

Fabulous recycling project.

Cecilia said...

Gorgeous fabric! I would love to win some of your scraps. I have just bought a new pattern that uses mostly 1 1/2 strips and these colors would look great! Thanks for the chance to win some. Thank you for sharing. :)

Ned's Place said...

I love red and navy fabrics can't get enough of them.
Thanks for the chance to win some scraps.

Pat said...

I love your fabrics!!!!!! my Prairie Paisley One quilt is at the quilters so some of the Two would be great with my leftovers...another new quilt! Good luck to you and Polly at market,I went to the show once and it is awesome!! Go Tigers

Lisa S. said...

I would love to win! The original Prairie Paisley was one of my all-time favorite fabric collections!!

Avon said...

I have always wanted to make a string quilt. How generous of you to give the fabric away. Thanks for the chance to win.

Laurie in Iowa said...

What fun... I'd love the opportunity to play with the scraps.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I can hardly find words to say how much fun it would be to have a box of Prairie Paisley scraps!! Thanks for being so generous and sharing.

kshackabq said...

Please count me in on the chance to win. Prairie Paisley 2 is wonderful! Gotta get back to the game, now. Go Tigers!

Linda said...

I am drooling already. Love the colors.

sue said...

I love the red, white, and blue and could put the strips to good use.

Stephanie said...

I love making scrap quilts and would love to help you re-cycle.

Pat Hansen said...

Please pick me....I love, love the fabric..String quilts (love, love)

Judy in Michigan said...

Your fabrics are so wonderful, I would just love to win your scraps! Thank you so very much!!

PS. Yea Tigers!!!

Judy in Michigan said...

Your fabrics are so wonderful, I would just love to win your scraps! Thank you so very much!!

PS. Yea Tigers!!!

lynnquiltsalot said...

Tigers!! They did it! Congrats! Prairie Paisley II (and the first line)are my favorites and would love to get a special package in the mail. Thanks for the chance to win!

kathy said...

Love, love, love it! I'm hoping I win!
Congratulations to the Tigers too. It's a very good night :-)

Donna K from N.TX aka Quilting Bear Gal said...

Send some to me please!!! Red is my favorite color and I liked your previous selection of this line.

Fibercrafter said...

Wonderful string quilt! I've been on a roll making charity quilts with strings lately. Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

beautiful fabric...my favorite colors! what fun it would be to be the recipient of this recycling effort!!

kb in wi

Crafty Mama said...

Ooh, how pretty is that pile! I actually just got my hands on the first Prairie Paisley jelly roll, so these would work great with that! ☺
Love your string quilt!

Becky S. said...

I would love some Prairie Paisley II scraps! Thanks for the chance to win.

Pip said...

I would just love some strips, my favourite colour combination, yummy.

Jana said...

Red, white and blue, and a string quilt is a perfect combination. Thank you for the chances to win on your blog. Love your fabrics, colors and designs!

Theresa said...

I love your string quilt, definitely now on my list of 'want to makes' thank you for the chance to win your lovely scraps.

Vicki said...

I would love, love, LOVE to win your Prairie Paisley 2 scraps!!! My head is spinning with ideas! Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric!

Lynette said...

...would go very nicely with my Paisley 1, love it!!

Met Naald en draad op Bonaire said...

Hope you also send overseas, the colores are lovely I would love to win a box of scraps.
Marjan

Kwilt Noob said...

Oh my gosh, I would LOVE to win this box 'o goodies! Thanks for the chance!

Janet said...

Those scraps look like a toy chest - I'd love to win some of them! Thanks for the opportunity!!

zoeycat said...

I have always wanted to make a string quilt and this would be a great start....Thanks for sharing!
Jill

rebecca said...

Recycling is a great idea!! Thanks for including us.

Go Tigers!

Rose said...

Your fabric line is just beautiful!
Love that string quilt too.

Sentimentally Me said...

Love love love! My favorite line of yours so far :)

SueB said...

Count me in. Would love some of your scraps..

bamagirlkathy said...

I love, love, love your fabrics and patterns!

kmcallister said...

I made a beautiful pineapple quilt out of the original Prairie Paisley and the colors are my favorite! Thanks for allowing us the chance to win the fabrics.

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Thank you!! I love those fabrics and have the perfect place for a patriotic quilt ~ in our red-white-and-blue guest room!!

Hildy said...

I klove your way of recycling;-) Thanks for the chance to win some of these beautiful strips!
Greetings from germany
Hildy

Mary said...

I'd love these a lot and put them to good use too! thanks for the opportunity to win. Have a great weekend.
Mary

Mary said...

I'm not really fond of the typical job of house cleaning, but I could really get into this kind! Those fabrics look like so much fun to use.

sandi said...

anxious to start a scrap quilt for my granddaughter - oh, these would be perfecto! sandi in texas

joeypack said...

I would love a box! I still have several yards of the Indienne fabric from the original that I cherich and refuse to use until I find the perfect pattern!Crossing my fingers....

Cory said...

I would love to win one of these boxes. The fabrics are gorgeous. Thank you for the chance. Take care and God bless, Cory

Helen said...

I've wanted to make a scrappy string quilt and I love the colors of those scraps. Another great line of red, white,and blue fabrics from you!

Thanks for having this giveaway and giving me a chance at them!

quiltingcarpenter said...

I have made one string quilt and it was so much fun. Reds and blues are my favorite colors and I would love to make another string quilt in these colors. Thank you so much.

JoyceLM said...

Love the fabrics. I just recently bought a new book on string quilts & would love to win the scraps. Thanks for the giveaway.

Lori E said...

Love scraps - and the colors are just gorgeous! Oh the things I would make. Thanks for a cha ce to win this beautiful grouping.

Pat / Silver Thimble Quilt Co. said...

oooh pick me pahleeze.

Pat

Ginny Worden said...

There scraps could be someone else's treasure!

Maxine said...

My favorite quilt is the log cabin. I can see these fabrics in a beautiful sofa quilt.

CaraQuilts said...

Oh those would work perfectly for making some bedroom accessories for the Prairie Paisley quilt I made my husband for his birthday years ago when it came out! Some pillow shams, an extra lap quilt for me for when he steals the quilt, maybe end table cover..oh the possibilities!

Connie Morgan said...

Love your new fabric collection! Gorgeous! Would look great as a strip quilt! Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win!
Connie Morgan

Jayne said...

Fun! I would love to make a quilt out of your scraps. Thanks for the chance to win.

Bonny said...

I would love to be the recipient of those scraps! I love the colors and your quilt is absolutely adorable. I am a huge fan of embroidery also :)

Warren said...

Oh, Laurie please pick me. I don't have any fabric from that line yet and it is so gorgeous :) Beautiful day in Michigan huh?

quiltnmaryf said...

Love it!! The quilt is great and what a good use of strips! Thanks for a chance to win it!

quilt cookie said...

I absolutely love your string quilt made with the Charlevoix fabrics. I made several things with the Prairie Paisley fabric and can't wait to work with the PP2.

Anonymous said...

Hey, great...just in the swing of making string quilts..my or one of my new obsessions. Yeah!

Linda K said...

Our Quilt of Valor group has made lots of string quilts. They sew up quickly, but look awesome in the patriotic colors. I would LOVE to win your beautiful scraps!! Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

Hi--love these fabrics! Also, congrats on your Tigers big win against the Yankees last night. I certainly was thinking of you! As a lifelong Dodger fan (I need a 12 step program to recover after this horrible year with all the Dodger owner drama), I know how much fun it is when you win. Good luck!
Juliet in SoCal
mobound2@aol.com

Debbie said...

I'd love to make a string quilt out of those scraps. Maybe like yours. I have some embroidered scottie dog blocks that are waiting to be finished in some way. Thanks for the chance. Also, congrats to your Tigers, Laurie!!! I was so happy to see the Yankees lose and go home. Now I hope my Brewers will win tonight. Go BrewCrew!!

susan said...

Prairie Paisley ll I love it. thank you for the chance to win.

maggiesfarm said...

Beautiful fabric scraps...my drug of choice!

Jo Anne said...

Love those colors, especially the reds, which I just can't find enough of lately.

Linda G. said...

Thanks for the chance to win all those lovely scraps! Linda at rgranch@pioneer.net

Anonymous said...

I love the colors and designs of Prairie Paisley II just like I loved everything about the first one! Would love to win to make a scrappy quilt! Thanks for the opportunity.
tamiquilts at att dot net

findusfaithful said...

Prairie Paisley is one of my all-time favorite fabrics! Whenever I have a bag of scraps, I also donate them to a nearby church whose quilters sew baby quilts for a crisis pregnancy center.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Mary

Cyn said...

Love Prairie Paisley II!

Cynthia

Julie said...

oh goodness!! Prairie Paisley 2!!! I have a tiny bit of "1" and would love to have scrapes of 2!

Bev said...

I love the colors in this line! Another winner! Thanks for the giveaway!
Cheery wave from
Bev

Vicky said...

Count me in! Those Moda folks really know how to do it up right!

Smeek said...

Oh scrumpious!!! THanks for the chance to win these.

Heidi said...

Prairie Paisley is/was my favorite line of all time! You are angels to share your bounty with the rest of us!

Lee Anne said...

I'd love to make something with the "scraps"....these types of quilts oftentimes become the ones I like best! Love your patterns and fabric designs....Thanks!

hookinct said...

I love scraps!! beautiful things can be made from them! Send them to Connecticut

Nancyz said...

I love string quilts and your fabric! I have Prairie Paisley and would love to own Prairie Paisley II scraps and best of all Oct 8 is my birthday! (PS: I was the one who won the Charlevoix scraps and sent the pic of the string quilt!) Thanks for the giveaway.

sand said...

I love the fabrics in fact most no all fabrics and I would like to win at least once! Debbie

Rori said...

I have been wanting to do a string quilt and your scraps would be perfect. Such a great idea to recycle the remainder to Quilts of Valor...a well deserved cause.

Sharon said...

How generous. I still haven't cut into my stack of fq's from your earlier collection.!

gloria g. said...

oh how I would love to receive one of your boxes. Hubby has us on a budget, and no money for extras right now........really could use some red/white/blue......thanks for recycling.....

gloria g. South Carolina

Vicky F said...

I would love to get a bag of scraps in the mail, especially your scraps. Fun and games would ensue. Thanks for the offer.
Vicky F

Linda in PA said...

I've been wanting to make a string quilt and I love scrap quilts. These fabrics are great. Thanks for the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

I would be happy to recycle your scraps. Just pick me!

Janet Kay

ruth said...

I would love to have the box of scraps from Prairie Paisley II.I hope I win ,thanks for the chance. Beautiful fabric !!

Buckeye Quilter said...

Oh yea, I'm all for re-cycling! That would be awesome to receive.
You can always send scraps my way and I will make quilts.
Thanks!
Connie

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I would like to make a string quilt especially with Prairie Paisley II. Quilt Gal Val in Michigan - Go Tigers

Lynelle said...

I loved the first Prairie Paisley and now #2 is just as lovely. Hope I win it! I love string quilts. Thanks for making this avaiable.

Jan said...

Beautiful strips! I love the string quilt and am happy I have the book.

Laura T said...

I love your fabrics and would totally love to win some of your fabric! I would love to make a string quilt out of those scraps:)
LauraT

Teri said...

I love your fabrics and I love little bits- what a perfect combination. Thanks for the offering.

Anonymous said...

Oh I would lov to win, it's just beautiful. Thank you for the chance. Chris

Sarah said...

What beautiful fabrics... even the scraps... and how exciting to get the box in the mail!!

the girlfriend gap said...

yes please i would be honored to take some of your scraps! thanks for a chance to win! janita

Izzyrquilts@gmail.com said...

woooo hoooo I like strips !!! Red white and blues mostly and Prairie Paisley !!!Thank you

Carol Sc said...

I am looking forward to seeing this next line of fabric --- have loved all the previous ones. Yea for the Tigers!! My blood pressure has been sorely tested ---I wouldn't mind an easily won game!quiltschon@att.net

Terry Harney said...

I love the new Prairie Paisley. I have some of the first Prarie Paisley and the new ones would be great together. I love the patriotic look of these collections. Thanks for the opportunity to have some of the new ones.
Terry

Chrissy said...

What beautiful fabric and what fun it would be to make a scrap quilt with it!

Amy R said...

As always, the fabric is just beautiful~ It would be lots of fun putting it to good use!

Carol said...

How can one not like scraps and strips? Great giveaway!

sandy b said...

Loved prairie paisley and now love love love prairie paisley 2 . You know how to do red and blue! Woo hoo!
Sandy b

Anonymous said...

Love the PP2. Could make alot of cute quilty things!Rita

farmhousequilter8 said...

I would just love to receive a big box of scraps. I have been in "scrappy mode" all year.
Thanks Paula

Marym said...

These are beautiful fabrics, thanks for the opportunity to win! The scraps would be perfect for a quilt I am making for an orphanage in Zambia for Mothers without Borders.

Michele said...

I love scrappy quilts and I love recycling. Please pick me.

finster37 said...

I could really use the scraps as I just bought a new book about string quilting.

dpagel52 said...

I'm lovin the colors in Prairie Paisley 2. Those scraps would surely blend well with the original Prairie Paisley fabric scraps I have. What a wonderful string quilt I could create!! Thanks again for the sharing of your fabulous fabric.

Deb said...

Me, Me, I'd love to have some of your scraps of beautiful fabric. Thanks

Jan - Big Brown Dog Primitives said...

What beautiful fabric, and what fun it would be to have some! String quilting is on my list already! Thanks!

TheLazyQuilter said...

PP2 scraps = :)

Tina C. said...

I think it would be great fun to receive a box full of scraps! Have a great Market!

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

Count me in!

SheilaS said...

Count me in! I can think of lots of projects to make with scraps.

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