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Sew Sisters Quilt Shop GIVEAWAY!

Posted on: April 15th, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

Introducing Sew Sisters Quilt Shop, our generous sponsor for this month’s giveaway!

Judy started quilting back in 2000.  Like the rest of us…. She was hooked!

  • Sew Sisters is a Canadian quilt shop dedicated to all things quilting. 
  • For the past decade we have offered great quality fabric, notions, books, kits and patterns, both in our store in Toronto and online. 
  • We run three very popular stash building clubs – The Bargain Lover’s Club, Kona Club, and The Batik Lover’s Club. 
  • At Sew Sisters we believe you should buy fabric, not postage!  So we offer terrific shipping rates on orders within Canada. 


You can connect with Sew Sisters in the following ways:

Our Newsletter sign up is on the website.
And we have a weekly facebook giveaway as well. 

This spring bundle of 10 fat quarters could be yours!!!

How do you enter the giveaway contest? 

You have two chances to WIN!


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This Giveaway is open internationally.
Winner will be randomly chosen on April 22st and notified by email.
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a Rafflecopter giveaway

PS.  For those of you who missed yesterday’s guest post and wished to have a copy of the PDF pattern, shoot me an email at sewfreshquilts (at) gmail (dot) com and I will forward you a copy!  There were a LOT of people signed up to follow by email.  It was quite overwhelming!  If anyone got missed, I do apologize.
Please let me know!

Good Luck in the Draw!

Keep On Quilting On!

198 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I would probably make a baby quilt for a friend for her sweet little girl named Natalie that is about to be a big sister! 🙂 -Brittany

  2. I would make some fabric baskets, thanks!

  3. What a cheerful bundle! I would love to see those prints used in a baby quilt.

  4. A beach tote or quilt.

  5. A cozy throw for my naps

  6. Vicki says:

    Placemats and pot holders for my new kitchen. Such great fabrics.

  7. Unknown says:

    I've been dying to make something with lots of orange. I love orange! Beautiful!

  8. Jacqui S. says:

    Hello Lorna, I'd make a summer quilt I could take out and sit in the sun!

  9. Something quilty. Thanks so much for the chance to win… gorgeous fabrics.

  10. Jacqui S. says:

    Hello Lorna, I'd make a summer quilt I could take out and sit in the sun!

  11. Paula says:

    I would defintiely make a picnic quilt, perfect for all those sunny days I spend in the garden with family and friends.

  12. i would make a fabulous tote bag…or two..for trips to the beach.rafflecopter is under my fb

  13. Wendy says:

    storage baskets, lovely colours

  14. charlotte says:

    Some spring pillows for my couch.

  15. Unknown says:

    Hmmm. Many possibilities but probably a quilt for my niece who is graduating gr 12.

  16. Betsy says:

    I would make some fabric baskets and bibs for my new grand baby due in september

  17. Marly says:

    If I won the fat quarter bundle I'd make a wall hanging with kites of all sizes on a pale blue/grey solid background. That to me is typical of spring. I don't have pattern so I would have to make it up. I'm in for a challenge.

  18. Jeanie says:

    I'm not sure what I would make….the fabrics are just lovely, so happy and bright. I'm thinking of a small wall hanging with a spring theme. Thanks so much!

  19. Lea says:

    What a beautiful and cheerful bundle. Maybe a plus quilt or maybe 4 patches alternated with larger blocks to show off the bigger prints, or maybe an asterisk. Not sure but whatever is made with these fabrics is going to be lovely!

  20. Gill says:

    Fabulous colours!I'd make a picnic quilt!

  21. Definitely would make a quilt with those! Aren't they lovely!! It would be a dream to have a Sunday afternoon spring nap under those sunshine-y

  22. *Tyler* says:

    Ohhhh such pretty bright fabrics. I love them. Thanks for the chance.

  23. Lisa Marie says:

    I would make a cheery lap quilt with those lovely FQs! It would be a perfect gift for one of my sisters.

  24. Emily C says:

    Those look awesome for a spring patchwork tote bag.

  25. Korfela says:

    Those fabrics are so pretty …

  26. AlidaP says:

    I would use them in my many paper piecing projects!! thanks for the chance to win!

  27. oh those would make lovely new bright placemats for my dining table this summer!

  28. Pamela says:

    I would make a bright summer quilt! Thanks for the eye candy and the chance to win!

  29. Béa says:

    Happy colours, I will make a summer plaid.

  30. Sherry VF says:

    Very pretty fabrics! I would make a summer tote and some matching clutches. Thanks. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  31. What beautiful fabric! It would make a beautiful quilt to bring some sunshine to a down under winter!

  32. Vicki H says:

    What cheerful fabric. I would make a table runner and other kitchen accessories to brighten my kitchen.

  33. Jereena says:

    Sunny Bright Fabrics, just what I needed to see this gloomy morning. I haven't made any quilts using these colors. I would definitely make a modern quilt with them.

  34. Nancy L says:

    I would make a table runner. I have been anxious to make my house more cheery after the long, dull winter, and this would really make it pop.

  35. Joyce Carter says:

    Beautiful bundle. The colors are so bright and cheerful, I would make a throw quilt to brighten up my house.

  36. Think I would make a spring table runner or two as I'm tired of all this snow we have! 🙂

  37. A bright and cheerful throw quilt

  38. those colors are so bright I would combine them with either white or gray and make a quilt

  39. I think I see a beautiful table runner in those fabrics!

  40. Paula says:

    Oh my! What bright beautiful colors!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  41. Margaret says:

    I would make a quilt for my great granddaughter who is going to be 3 soon

  42. I'd make a big pinwheel quilt with this bundle…oh and do cartwheels if I won!! Thanks for the chance!!It's just such a bright happy bundle!! Headed over to their website to check out more!

  43. DeborahGun says:

    some bright pillows!

  44. BizyStitches says:

    My favorite thing to make is a lap quilt. Love the colors

  45. Katie says:

    these are wonderful

  46. barb says:

    i would make some baby quilts to donate at my local hospital babscorbitt@gmailcom

  47. Unknown says:

    I think these would make an awesome quilt or bag!!

  48. Stephanie says:

    I need a spring wall hanging of pretty good size. Those are great colors!

  49. SIMPLESEW says:

    I would make playhouse items for my 3 year old's (granddaugters) I just had a cottage built for them and it needs play items, plus 2 new babies due this year ..

  50. MoeWest says:

    I would make placemats and napkins for the patio table.

  51. Jo says:

    I would make the placemats that have the pocket to hold your utensils for eating they would make a picnic even more fun

  52. Kelly Vetch says:

    Wallets, or a baby crazy log cabin, or……. Thanks for the chance! :p

  53. Lori says:

    what a wonderful give a way. thank you. hmmm, i think i would make summery placemats. first time for everything.quilting (dash) lady (at) comcast (dot) net

  54. I'm working on a phoenix quilt, these fabrics look prefect for it.

  55. dcargill says:

    Love the bright colors in this bundle.

  56. Lin's Quilts says:

    I need to make some table runners as gifts. Perfect!I sincerely hope that was a typo, and the drawing is open till APRIL, not Marchlinsquilts.blogspot.comLin

  57. Anonymous says:

    Such happy fabric! I would make a tablecloth for my kitchen. Thanks!

  58. Bethany says:

    I would make a twin size quilt for my cousin!

  59. Jayne says:

    Oh what a bright and lovely stack of goodness! Naturally I would make a quilt! Perhaps another paper pieced diamond one!

  60. I'd definately make something for the kitchen with those stunning bright colors!

  61. Carrie P. says:

    I think I would make a table runner to put on my table during spring and summer. thanks for the giveaway.

  62. Brenda says:

    I'm in to making large size baby quilts to use on the floor for play time. This would make a beautiful playtime baby quilt!

  63. Rhonda D. says:

    I would make a picnic quilt. Thanks for the chance to win! wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  64. GeniP says:

    This would make a nice wallhanging or lap quilt, love the bright colors!!

  65. Unknown says:

    I would make a quilt, probably a baby quilt.

  66. Anonymous says:

    I am so into mini quilts these days! Pick me, pick me. These are my co'ors!

  67. KMSC says:

    I would make a baby quilt with these bright colors. Thanks for the giveaway!k(dot)castanette(at)hotmail(dot)com

  68. Definitely a quilt. Those bright colors bring summer indoors!

  69. Kathy says:

    Love the bright colors! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  70. Donna W says:

    These fabrics would make a great \”summer\” bag.

  71. Anonymous says:

    I'd make a baby quilt for Hands2Quilt charities. Anyone would be cheered by those colors! dezertsuz at gmail

  72. Vera says:

    I would probably make another triangle quilt as I'm in love with the one I'm making, lol.

  73. pippirose says:

    I would make some sundresses for my baby grand-daughter. Some bloomers to match. Maybe even a bonnet!

  74. Peggy says:

    I would make a quilt top for World of .Charity Stitching.Thanks,

  75. Robin says:

    I think I would like to quilt a table runner to brighten up my dining area.

  76. Janie says:

    Beautiful Collection of fabrics! I would make a Quillow with those. Thanks for the chance!

  77. Anonymous says:

    I'd love bright new pillowcases for our

  78. Helen says:

    Part would be used for a cheery spring apron and the rest for a bright charity quilt for the Pediatric Infusion Therapy Unit (kids chemo) at Mayo Clinic/St. Mary's Hospital (kids chemo) or maybe 2 quilts if I add to the bundle. 🙂

  79. It would definitely be a quilt, because it's just my thing.

  80. Kim says:

    Those would make a fun and cheery quilt. Maybe small accessories with the scraps.

  81. Barbe says:

    they would make a lovely spring table runner, with a big bouquet on it.

  82. Unknown says:

    Bright and cheery table runners. And place mats.jowynj (at) blueyonder (dot) co (dot) uk

  83. Anonymous says:

    What gorgeous brights!! Springy indeed! kitty (dot) wilkin (at) gmail (dot) com

  84. Anonymous says:

    I always do this–I comment and then read the rafflecopter question–sorry! I would make a table runner or place mats to brighten up our kitchen!!

  85. I would make a baby quilt for my upcoming niece's first birthday! These colors are perfect for her birthday theme!

  86. Lovely fabrics! Who doesn't want more fabrics( of course I am not talking about quilters/sewers ;). Is this giveaway for US people too? :-))

  87. Jetza says:

    Baby dresses! 🙂

  88. Unknown says:

    I would make lots of aprons!

  89. Anonymous says:

    I can't get enough of bright happy quilts so these would go towards that.

  90. Vicki says:

    Bright is beautiful! Fun giveaway for sure.

  91. I would make a tote bag and a table runner.

  92. Janarama says:

    Love the bright, happy colors of this collection. I would make a quilt for summer to use for picnics.

  93. Farm Quilter says:

    This fabric would be perfect to make happy accessories for my new granddaughter's room!

  94. Rosa says:

    These yummiest would be perfect for a fabulous summer bed runner and scarf!

  95. Make a quilt of some kind, thinks

  96. Hanke says:

    I think I would make a quilt or a summer bag. Thanks for the chance!

  97. Michele T says:

    I am thinking that a picnic quilt would be so pretty with this bright and colourful fabric!!

  98. meintc says:

    I need some pillow cases and would like to make some napkins too.

  99. scottylover says:

    I would love to use them for a runner for my cabinet at work. It is more of a bookcase than cabinet but made out of metal, so I like to cover it up as much as possible!Sandy A

  100. Vicki in MN says:

    It would make a lovely summer purse with some matching accessories!

  101. CeLynn says:

    I would use it to make a twister table runner,with some place mats to go with.

  102. Oh it is so fun and happy and bright. I have 2 granddaughters that would love anything their Nana would make them out of this.

  103. Possibly a cheery tote bag. I've also been wanting to make some hot pads.

  104. I would love to make some bright springy things for my home….pillows, table runner, or maybe a tote bag. Thank you for sharing!

  105. Sarah says:

    Some floor cushions for my daughters' room. It's so beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway.

  106. Unknown says:

    I would love to make a quilt using these wonderful fabrics. :)

  107. Rachel says:

    I would love to use these bright spring fabric to make a happy wall hanging for my sister!

  108. Jan Briggs says:

    I would love to experiment with a modified pineapple block that i was introduced to in the WERQ bee, with my own twist of course.

  109. I would love to make a quilt… for myself! These are my favourite colours!

  110. Surprisingly I DONT have any bright fabrics like these in my stash, fabric envy here… its beautiful.Thanks for the chance 😀

  111. Unknown says:

    I would make a quilt and maybe some pillows.

  112. Beautiful, zingy colours. I have a friend who's desperate for me to make her a really bright, colourful quilt, so these would have to head that way.

  113. I would make some small zip bags and a Springy tablerunner

  114. Unknown says:

    Me encantaría hacer un alegre quilt con esos colores tan brillantes!

  115. Unknown says:

    I would make myself a new bag…then use the scraps for a mini quilt for my wall.

  116. Unknown says:

    I would make a quilt for up at the lake. Nothing like a warm quilt to cuddle up in after a long day of fishing!

  117. auschick says:

    I think I'd embelish baby clothes with them, make some hair bands for my toddler too 🙂

  118. Evie H says:

    Those wonderful colors will go great with another bundle I have, with thoughts of bright, cheerful quilts for two little girls. Thanks!

  119. Paul says:

    What a great set of fabrics. I'd make a strip quilt of some sort.

  120. Jan says:

    I would make a tote.

  121. Karla says:

    oooohhhh a tote or pillows, or a cute baby quilt. I just nned to have it in my stash, and decide later!

  122. LJ says:

    Beautiful fabrics – they are so bright and happy. A lap quilt – perhaps Square in a Square pattern – would be great!

  123. I'd make some fun tote bags to give as gifts…thanks for the sweet giveaway!

  124. Dita Bybee says:

    Oh I'll be making some clutch!

  125. Kathy Davis says:

    I would make a skirt for my granddaughter,

  126. Kathy S. says:

    I would make a Q U I L T!!!

  127. Unknown says:

    So, cute, I could make anything! 🙂

  128. Sandra :) says:

    I would make a pretty quilt for a toddler girl … and a fabric basket and stuffy with the scraps! Thank you for a lovely giveaway – with all the snow we got yesterday I'm in need of something sunshiney to get me in spring mode, lol.

  129. Debbie says:

    i love brights!!This would become a quilt for sure. but maybe I would sneak a few pieces out to make a cute little dress for my 2 year old first!

  130. I want to use them to border some tea towels I'm making.

  131. Want to use them for a quilt to my daughter

  132. Lee says:

    I would love to make a pinwheel quilt for our cottage! thanks!

  133. Unknown says:

    I would make a set of placemats and rug mats for my kitchen. Or I'd make a springy table runner for my dining table. The fabric is telling me to use it now. Itchy fingers. The fabric is so wonderful. Thanks for the giveaway and chance.katztoo at exede dot net

  134. Hayley says:

    Picnic rug – those sunny colours scream \”GET OUTDOORS!\”

  135. Jeanne Gwin says:

    Easy peasy, I would make a fun and cheerful picnic quilt, line my picnic basket and make napkins also. fun fun fun. Thanks

  136. Karen says:

    I would make a bright happy table runner.

  137. Beth says:

    I would make a fun summer table runner and maybe some matching napkins

  138. Unknown says:

    A lovely summer throw for the cooler evenings!!

  139. Karrie says:

    I'd make a cute table runner. Thanks!

  140. Patty says:

    The colors are so bright and spring like. I would love a table runner out of this fabric. paweis at yahoo dot com

  141. GranChris says:

    I'd make a lap quilt for my niece. She loves those colors. Her favorites.

  142. NatalieK says:

    would love this for a crib/toddler quilt

  143. Amy says:

    Great fabric and it would make a sweet quilt for my niece.

  144. Carla S says:

    Placemats, table runners, and lots of other ideas are running through my head for this luscious fabric! Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  145. Nettie says:

    I would probably make two beautiful Spring-like runners; one for myself and one for my daughter. These colors and prints are so colorful and bright! I am seriously lacking in these tones and colors in my stash. Thanks for the chance.

  146. Jess Burns says:

    I've been making baby quilts; so many people are popping out babies!

  147. These would be perfect for a quilt I'm planning for my mom!

  148. Claudia says:

    I'm teaching a friend to sew. This would make a great wall hanging to get her started and brighten up her apartment.

  149. Unknown says:

    some bright pillows!

  150. Patty Castro says:

    I'd make a quilt and some pillow cases, perfect for the summer!

  151. Unknown says:

    I make jute bags so by mixing these fabrics and jute I would make some new designs

  152. Shelley says:

    A baby quilt!

  153. Angie says:

    I want to make some cute pincushions for Mother's Day!

  154. Mokki says:

    Love the bright happy colours! I would make lots of purses and small bags.

  155. Kathleen says:

    So pretty! I think a table runner would look nice in these sunshiney fabrics!

  156. Jen Barnard says:

    I think I'd make a nice, bright table runner and some cushions to brighten my house up a bit.jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

  157. Anonymous says:

    I am always needing fabric for quilts…These are so beautiful…would love to win them..

  158. I'd love to make a bright quilt for my daughter!

  159. Bethany says:

    I would make some throw pillows to go on my couch to make my living room more sunny this spring!

  160. Jane says:

    It would be great for a baby quilt or kitchen items. Thanks!

  161. Elise Lea says:

    I would definitely make a quilt! Not sure about the pattern but I would find a use!

  162. Gabbs says:

    I would make some really fab purses!

  163. Krista says:

    Lovely, bright fabrics. They seem to colour coordinate so well with each other that I would probably use them to make folded star quilts, perhaps a folded star pillow covers?

  164. Natalie B. says:

    Hi! I would make the cutest pillows for my bed. I'm doing a shabby chic theme so these would be great! Thank-you

  165. Unknown says:

    i'd make some summer bags and pillows.The color is perfect for my bed 😀 . Thanks 🙂

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  167. colour is cute and perfect *-*

  168. KT says:

    would be perfect for a spring quilt!

  169. Kimberly Tiu says:

    table cloth or blankets

  170. Helena Oops says:

    Thank you for this great giveaway!I m new on your blog and very happy to follow you.If I had the chance to win,I would like to sew a skirt for this summer.Really lovely colors!Happy Easter!

  171. MaureenT says:

    Great giveaway…I would use it to make a Kidney Quilt our guild donates to Kidney transplant patients.

  172. Unknown says:

    Those bright colors inspire me!! I loved it all !!! Im also a blogger, so pls read my blog also ;)

  173. charlotte l says:

    We need some bright pillows for the sofa! Thanks for the chance

  174. Reb Thack says:

    Those are my sister in law's favorite colors so I would make something (pillows or a lap quilt) to cheer her up! (She just found out she has to do 5 more rounds of chemo, boo!)

  175. Diann says:

    The fabrics would be perfect for a couple of tote bags.

  176. Julia says:

    I would make some skirts and shorts – Perfect for the summer!

  177. Carla S says:

    I would use them to make a cat quilt.

  178. Unknown says:

    I would make a spring quilt for brea.

  179. Unknown says:

    I would make some baskets

  180. Marti Taylor says:

    I need a table runner and some placemats and I think this would be perfect! We have a lot of orange accents in the kitchen and dining room.

  181. Mrs Quinn says:

    I would love to make a springy quilt

  182. Afquilt says:

    I would make a baby quilt!

  183. LadyStephM says:

    I would make wire headbands

  184. Anonymous says:

    I would make Patio Chair Cushions or Tote Bags

  185. nicolesender says:

    I'd make a baby quilt and bib!

  186. Judy Thomas says:

    I would make a quilt for my daughter's bedroom 🙂

  187. Mara says:

    Such bright fun colors, I would make a whole bunch of zippered pouches with them.

  188. Brenda says:

    I would make a mini quilt. Thanks for the

  189. Adrienne says:

    Gorgeous fabric for a little mini quilt to brightent up my sewing space!

  190. Debbie says:

    I'd make a bright colorful quilt to share with a special friend.

  191. ittehgaps says:

    My 8 yr old grand daughter has just started quilting. We've almost finished her first quilt and she is planning what she wants to start on next. A bed cushion for her pup. I think I could also get a few cheerful skirts out of that fabric for her also. Cindy

  192. Linda says:

    Love the colors in the pack, they would make pretty summer pillows for the patio!

  193. Christy H says:

    A bright little baby quilt!

  194. Carmen N says:

    These would look great in a quilt – including one I'm currently making

  195. Dolores says:

    Since I found out that I will be a grandmother of twins in Oct., I need to make two little baby quilts out of some lovely new fabric.