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GREAT BIG giveaway – Day 12

Posted on: July 1st, 2016 by Lorna McMahon


Welcome to the twelfth day in the week (and more) of the GREAT BIG giveaway!!!

July 1st is Canada Day!!! HAPPY CANADA DAY, EH!
How appropriate that today’s prize is generously sponsored by Canadian National Fabric!

Today’s giveaway consists of a $50 gift certificate from Canadian National Fabric!




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PS…. If you have not entered already…. Be sure to see the previous giveaway posts:

  1. Monday’s IKAPRINT Labels,
  2. Tuesday’s GOODY BOX #1,
  3. Wednesday’s GOODY BOX #2,
  4. Thursday’s GOODY BOX #3,
  5. Friday’s MAD ABOUT PATCHWORK,
  6. Saturday’s FABRIC SPOT,
  7. Sunday’s GOTHAM QUILTS,
  8. Monday’s FAT QUARTER SHOP,
  9. Tuesday’s WARM COMPANY,
  10. Wednesday’s NORTHCOTT FABRICS, and
  11. Thursday’s RJR post

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263 Responses

  1. Christina says:

    I would choose solids to grow my stash. Thank you for the opportunity!

  2. Unknown says:

    I, too, would choose solids. I have so few….

  3. GranChris says:

    I need some greys, browns and a few more white tone on tones.

  4. Anita says:

    I would also choose solids, but I would also add some Cotton and Steel.

  5. Pamela says:

    I would choose low volume and light background fabrics. I love color so much that I don't get enough of the fabrics that highlight that color. Thanks for another awesome chance to win!

  6. I have Rural Squirrel which I haven't started yet, I would choose fabrics for that. Thank you Lorna.SmilesKate

  7. Puppilalla says:

    Oh there are so many things I could wish for =)The Mendocino line for example

  8. Nancy J says:

    I hopped into Canadian National Fabric, and the fabrics I don't have many of are plains, and the Moda Grunge is perfect to add to my stash, in fact it would be the start of my stash of solids. This is another so generous give-away.

  9. ledamewood says:

    I would choose solids.

  10. Would love to add solid clors to help build my stash.

  11. Danice G says:

    Solids, as I am very low on those.

  12. Anna Maria Horner! And solids!Thanks for a chance to wincottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

  13. Hmm I think I would pick up a FQ bundle of gorgeous prints 🙂 Thanks for a chance at the giveaway 🙂

  14. KaHolly says:

    I would purchase the Black Tie Affair layer cak! I've had my eye on that Lin e for awhile!

  15. Unknown says:

    Quilt backing fabrics would be a great win for my sewing projects. I really like Free Fall in blues or greys. Thanks for having a Canadian Fabric on line win. Happy Canada Day!

  16. BrendaM says:

    My stash is lacking in neutral blenders, so I should get more of those.

  17. Linda says:

    I need more solids in my stash!!!

  18. Lee says:

    I really am in need of low volumne fabric! thanks!!

  19. Jill says:

    I would order a FQ Bundle with prints or solids. Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. Unknown says:

    I Would choise for solids , white tone on tones, all fabric is welcome

  21. Anonymous says:

    Something print & fun for my new home!

  22. Iris says:

    I see they still have some older Lori Holt lines, I would most recently spend my voucher on that.

  23. Martina says:

    I think I would also buy some blue and purple fabrics for a quilt i have in mind!

  24. Veronique says:

    I can never bring myself to buy solids for my stash when the cute prints are all calling my name but I think the Bear Essentials 2 collection I saw on their website would be a great addition to my stash… Not quite a solid but same effect in a quilt

  25. Pure Elements solids from Art Gallery Fabrics. Thank you and Happy Canada Day Lorna!bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  26. I agree with the majority, I'd choose solids. Thank you for the give-a-way opportunity!

  27. I would add some batiks and strawberry fields revisited. Thanks for a chance to win.

  28. Backing fabrics, and a few farm-related fat quarters.

  29. Dorian says:

    My solids stash could use a boost 🙂 Thanks for a very generous giveaway.

  30. Emily says:

    Solids! And maybe some fun new novelty prints. Thanks for the giveaway!

  31. Alice Ronne says:

    Would love to add some solids, a sparse group in my stash. Thanks.

  32. Dobieslady1 says:

    I would choose to add blenders and tone-on-tones to my stash!!

  33. Batiks! I'm collecting pieces that are either on sale or that inspire me-my goal, a quilt made up of all batiks.

  34. Debbi says:

    I would choose soft florals – maybe, it would depend on my mood that day!

  35. Rhona says:

    I would add more solids and AMH fabrics and DS and Tula pink, these are what I am collecting now.

  36. Pam says:

    Modern prints and solids.

  37. Betsy says:

    I look for good tone on tone fabrics.

  38. catequilter says:

    I would choose low-volume fabrics or some modern prints.

  39. Monica says:

    I would use solids and low volume prints that look almost like solids.

  40. Jill says:

    Pretty yellows… I love to put a pop of soft yellow in my quilts, but my stashed yellows are depleted…and I can never have too many batiks!

  41. Liz F says:

    If I am going to try any of your patterns (love them) I'll need some black and grey to add to my collection.

  42. Unknown says:

    I would grow with some solids and low volume.

  43. Lisa Marie says:

    I need some navy fabrics, some low volume, and I always love blender type fabrics.

  44. Bonnie58 says:

    I'm always looking for neutrals, or batiks, or brights or precuts. It's all needed….Thanks for sharing

  45. Subee says:

    Blender fabrics, low volume.

  46. Liz Horgan says:

    I would probably add some pre-cuts.

  47. Michele T says:

    I'd love to build my low volume fabrics stash!! Thanks!!

  48. I would definitely buy Moda's Lakeside Gathering. I have wanted some of this fabric for sometime.

  49. Patty says:

    They've got some wonderful fig tree prints!

  50. I would choose a Social Club layer cake from Canadian National Fabric.

  51. Unknown says:

    I think I would add some more thread to my stash..

  52. Low volume fabric or maybe some solids.

  53. Christine says:

    I took a quick trip through the webpage and found some Fox Playground fabric that I had not seen before, and would love to have. Thank you for the chance to win great prizes.

  54. VickiT says:

    I would want to buy every color or their Wool Felt. I've needed some for a long time for a few projects, yet I haven't found any yet locally. I'd also get some Voile for a few outfits for my granddaughters. Of course, I may have to change my mind because they have Vintage Picnic and I love that collection.

  55. LisaT says:

    I need to increase my purple volume….I have almost none!

  56. Cecilia says:

    I would choose blenders to grow my stash.

  57. LJ says:

    I definitely need some lights for my stash but I went visiting Canadian Nationals and Wow! I might just have to get some of their gorgeous ribbons and I found a pink batik that's right up my alley.

  58. Joy says:

    I'm so drawn to quilts with dynamic backgrounds made from low volume fabrics. I just have to get some low volumes. Thanks for this great big giveaway. You really weren't kidding.

  59. I always say neutrals but I might find a bundle – neutrals to help me use the bundles already in the stash

  60. Deb M says:

    Lately, dots have been catching my eye. I think that's currently what's lacking in my stash.

  61. sam says:

    I am in need of fat quarters in low volume prints. I have four projects in mind that are begging for them .

  62. Needled Mom says:

    I need more solids and low volumes in my stash.

  63. Jayne says:

    I've always waned some Tula Free Fall Wide back fabric…That would be my choice!!

  64. Wowweeeee so much fun going on and so many giveaways!I need some backing fabric and I need to freshen up my neutral collection… boring I know, but that would help me use up the stash!

  65. Yvonne says:

    Difficult choice. I like the glazier bundle, but in the end I think I would choose the light house bundle.

  66. I would love some of their wool felts and again some of the solids.

  67. SandraC says:

    Usually neutrals, but lately I've become a Tula Pink fan so I've been buying her fabrics!

  68. Nancy in IN says:

    I have dark solids, but need light ones.

  69. Lori says:

    I am always running out cream, white and black. Lord knows I built up enough colors.

  70. KimB says:

    Well tone on tone light is always a good however I love Kaffe Fassett & Tula Pink, what a great dilemma to have lol

  71. MicheleVogel says:

    I love Tula Pink. 🙂 Probably more fat quarters of that.

  72. claire ross says:

    I need some neutral baby fabrics suitable spot make a baby quilt for our baby due in December x Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

  73. Lori Smanski says:

    i would really love some black/white and prints to grow my stashquilting dash lady at comcast dot net

  74. Sewmissmouse says:

    I'd get some Renaissance ribbons & some Vintage Picnic fabric.

  75. Unknown says:

    I love solids

  76. my kitchen is apples so maybe some apple fabric

  77. Buncobuddy says:

    Right now I need solids, badly!

  78. Jewel says:

    I always love to use tone on tone fabrics, so I'd add a few bright colors of those.

  79. Judy MacLeod says:

    I'd like to add you to my stash, sew much talent! I guess that's not possible so I should add some solids. Or prints. Or tone on tones. I'm a collector! LOL

  80. A FQ bundle with lots of color!

  81. Heide says:

    So hard to say….I need so much with fabric!

  82. dqlts says:

    I would add some gray's.

  83. I really like Black Tie Affair. Gorgeous. Thank you for this opportunity. 🙂

  84. Kathy E. says:

    I would choose Into The Woods layer cake to up my stash. I recently worked with a layer cake bundle and really enjoyed it! Great fun!

  85. Janelle says:

    Thanks for all the giveaways! I would add blues, teals, or berry colours to my stash!

  86. I love batiks and bright colors the best, but could use some gray and other neutrals.

  87. I would get some nice bright blues and greens

  88. Vicki H says:

    I definitely need solids in my stash.

  89. Kathy says:

    Haunted Gala – I love Halloween!

  90. Laura says:

    Wow, what a choice. Think I'd choose some of that lovely trim to add to bags and then buy some solid colors I am lacking.

  91. Background fabrics, is what I need! Print on white – solids in grey, white and other colors. Happy Canada Day to you too, my friend :)!!

  92. Rebecca says:

    I am so low on low value fabrics that they are just a memory in my stash.

  93. I'm needing to add some low volume fabrics to my stash.

  94. I would choose high quality solids. Much of my stash is fabric prints handed down from my grandma, which I love, but are not really suitable for quilting.

  95. Jo says:

    I would get some low volumes, my stash is lacking!

  96. MoeWest says:

    They have the Bee Creative charm pack that I want. I would also get some Grunge.

  97. @lutzcats says:

    My neutrals need more love!

  98. @lutzcats says:

    My neutrals need more love!

  99. mumbird3 says:

    I would love some low volume fabrics to help out my stash!! 🙂

  100. quilter says:

    I would buy lots of Black Tie Affair, Basic Grey, very pretty.cork@pa.rr.com

  101. pkmegs says:

    More solids, neutrals mostly.

  102. Susan says:

    I would get some low volume or neutrals to grow my stash.

  103. Rike Busch says:

    I would choose some fabrics, maybe Tula Pink or solids.

  104. Unknown says:

    My stash is in desperate need of more solid white!

  105. kay says:

    I would probably add some African fabrics.

  106. Donna W says:

    I am in need of more solids and neutrals. Never can have enough.

  107. Susan L. says:

    I can always use more solids.

  108. AudreyB says:

    low volumes and solids

  109. Chiska says:

    Some ribbons and some folklore fabric. So awesome!

  110. Ilana says:

    I would choose solids and/or tone on tones.hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

  111. eva says:

    Low volume cream and greys – and maybe a couple of colourful fat quarters :)(ebercast at gmail dot com)

  112. Anonymous says:

    Would love to select some low volume prints! Thanks for sharing!!!msstitcher1214@gmail.com

  113. Unknown says:

    I love prints!

  114. I would pick a few new colors and some solid fabric and some fabric with script, or printing/text. (celiaambrose@hotmail.com)

  115. I would choose low volume prints or modern tone on tone prints or blueberry park cotton.

  116. Unknown says:

    Definitely solids. I never seem to have enough.

  117. Ioleen says:

    I need more grunge but might pick a colourful bundle of blues.

  118. Tish Stemple says:

    Happy Canada Day!!! We will just consider this the Canada/US party weekend 🙂 So in honor of my Canadian friends I would splurge on red and white fabrics. I do love those colors.

  119. Unknown says:

    Loving this giveaway. Thank you so much! robinsheloratearthlinkdotnet

  120. I find the precuts so convenient, and so many patterns available. Thanks for the chance! basaran.family@rogers.com

  121. Sewgirl says:

    I would choose pinks and purples!

  122. I need to get some bright, modern fabrics into my stash. But I'd just have fun shopping for anything.

  123. I'm a fat quarter buyer, but am low on solids, yellows, and oranges.

  124. Nancy says:

    Maybe solids in white, oranges, yellows

  125. Frédérique says:

    I would choose vivid colors and some grey. I have no grey at all in my stash!!

  126. Anonymous says:

    Fabric fabric everywhere, not a piece to sew! Need to add to my solid and low volume stash badly 🙂

  127. Rita Lynn says:

    I would like some geometric shapes

  128. Unknown says:

    I need batiks for a wall quilt I am making for a granddaughter who will be a junior at Murray State in Kentucky. They are the Racers, so the batiks will become 4 horses. Then I also need fabric for two borders of blue and gold which are the schools colors. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

  129. Louise says:

    To build my stash, I would choose some basic neutrals and low volume prints. I always need more of those!

  130. MaryBeth says:

    I think I'd add some purple

  131. Susan says:

    Since I don't have very many solids, I would choose solids to round out my collections…

  132. Edie says:

    I think I would choose some solids, or blender prints. Thanks for the draw. raydeer@memlane.com

  133. I've got my eye on some Minick and Simpson fabrics!

  134. judys says:

    My granddaughter is designing her own quilt, and it's solids, so I will need a lot of solid colors to help her with this!

  135. I see that they have some Dear Stella Dot – that would be a great stash addition for me!

  136. Jen says:

    My stash is in need of some tone on tone fabrics. Or anything in red.

  137. Dorothy H says:

    Love the Canadian fabrics…. Am in need of more FABRIC.. \\lol

  138. Janie says:

    I need to add solids to my stash. Thank you for the giveaways.

  139. Katherine says:

    I want to add some voile and some kits for sewing summer clothes for myself. Okanagan summers are hot and mama needs new clothes!

  140. They have a great variety of Bonnie and Camille, I can never have enough of that!

  141. My choice would be Secrets and Shadows by Windham Fabrics. I have had a pattern for 4 years that I need to make and this line would be perfect with a few other purple and teal green fabrics!

  142. Cathi says:

    Some batiks and 3 Sisters prints would definitely be my choice. Thank you for the chance and even more for a new-to-me Canadian store at which to shop!

  143. Rachell says:

    I would stock up on some solids!reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

  144. JaneT says:

    I need some bright colored solids.

  145. quilt455 says:

    Needing some red and yellows

  146. quilt455 says:

    Needing some red and yellows

  147. My stash needs low volume or tone on tone fabrics.

  148. I'd go with solids, tone on tone or blenders – never have too many of them

  149. Meloney says:

    You are getting lots of sponsors. What a fun projecy

  150. Shauna says:

    I need to work on some greys and blacks

  151. nan_c says:

    I think I would go for some Holiday Fabric. Vintage Noel is ADORABLE!

  152. Brenda says:

    I can always use background colors!

  153. Sandra says:

    I would add some soft prints to my stash…like the Farmhouse Gingham Blooms from Canada!

  154. Anonymous says:

    I would choose solids. I've overloaded myself (if that's possible) with novelty prints. I need solids to finish a quilt.

  155. Pauline says:

    I would choose a range of tone on tones colours to build my stash.Paulineperry94022 at Hotmail dot com

  156. Anonymous says:

    Tim Holtz fabric !!

  157. that crazy for red layer cake looks good

  158. I've been buying batiks recently.

  159. judi says:

    I would love to add some small scale prints, some solids, stripes and checks.

  160. Kaynik says:

    I would love to add some tone on tone fabrics to my stash :-)ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

  161. Lisa J. says:

    1/2 yard cuts of …I'm not sure maybe some blenders.

  162. Brenda says:

    I have a two color quilt that I designed many years ago. I think I would start looking for specific fabrics to make that quilt. Not sure whether to go \”scrappy\” and a solid or two solids.

  163. Dave S. says:

    We love our Canadian friends in the Stemple house

  164. Sewmom18 says:

    I would add a some prints and solids.

  165. tktl says:

    bright colorful solids!!

  166. Andy Bee says:

    Strawberry Fields Revisited Layer Cake looks quite nice.

  167. Unknown says:

    I need some Holiday fabrics – and always love adding some more solids. I love fabric! kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

  168. Allison C says:

    I need solids and low volume fabrics

  169. mangozz says:

    Vintage Picnic looks good!

  170. Blues and purples are my favourites 🙂

  171. Unknown says:

    My stasj needs neutrals and tone on tones.

  172. I would choose neutrals.

  173. Tina says:

    Solids or low volume is what I need. Thanks. tljeo at yahoo dot com

  174. JANET says:

    I need soft colors for a girl's quilt. Most of my stash is dark, man colors.

  175. I would choose more blues, both solids and textured prints. I'm really lacking that color

  176. T Hays says:

    I need some grays and blacks and a variety of solid colors to build my stash.

  177. lefuntz says:

    I need more neutrals and I can never have enough batiks.

  178. Bec says:

    There's so much I could use…solids in gradients of tones/shades, colorful prints, asian prints, baby prints…Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  179. Unknown says:

    Oh my I see they have the Strawberry Fields Revisited Layer Cake. I would buy one of those without hesitation. I have a perfect Quilt pattern in mind for that fabric line. Oh my fingers are crossed now. Lol

  180. jellybean says:

    I could use more low volume or solids in my stash

  181. Marly says:

    I'd choose solid FQs in shades of pale pink and fawn/light tan.

  182. Anonymous says:

    This would be a great opportunity to add some solids to my stash–great selection!

  183. Kay says:

    I would love some Hello Darling by Bonnie and Camille. Thank you for great giveaway. x

  184. Anonymous says:

    I absolutely love Cold Spell, so that is what I would add to my stash so that I could hoard it. Thanks!Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

  185. Emily C says:

    I would have to pick up some batiks to round out my stash. I am lacking in those.

  186. Veronika says:

    I would get the AMH and then AMH ribbon as well!!!

  187. Nancy L says:

    I would choose some blender prints to grow my stash.

  188. I would be looking for tone on tone background lights, and maybe some wool!

  189. Karen says:

    I would add fabric suitable for a stack and wack project. prycek@mymts.net

  190. Fauntie says:

    Oh this would just be wonderful…..new fabric….mmmmmm!

  191. Anne Simonot says:

    I could always use more low volumes. I always love greens too. annesimonot@sasktel.net

  192. Sabrina says:

    No idea what I would pick!

  193. I would probably buy a layer cake, I love Strawberry Fields Revisited.

  194. Rebecca says:

    I'm a print, full of color lover, so I would have to pick the solids because I never buy them. thank you for a fun give away….

  195. Anna-Marie says:

    I don't have many solids so would probably pick a selection to add to my stash. Thanks for the giveaway.annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

  196. Rhonda D. says:

    I would choose low volume prints.

  197. Celine says:

    I had never heard of Canadian National fabric before! I think I would pick some solids

  198. Tirzah says:

    FREE FALL BACKING FABRICREADINGTIRZAH(@)YAHOO.COM

  199. PegP says:

    Probably some Grunge or Tim Holtz Expedition.

  200. Bec says:

    I should chose low volumes or backgrounds because I'm always drawn to the amazing prints!

  201. Loop de Lulu says:

    Wool felt for dolly making!

  202. ShirleyC says:

    I need more solids/prints that coordinate.

  203. sewingnancy says:

    Solids or small prints that read as solids.

  204. shoshu says:

    solids and or batiks for sure

  205. Peggy says:

    I need some solid blues and greens.Thanks, Peggy Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

  206. Fridolin says:

    I am always lacking solids. I would love to stack up on those. Thanks for this giveaway-spree!

  207. sisylyn2 says:

    i WOULD CHOOSE SOLIDS FOR MY STASH

  208. Mania says:

    I would choose neutral on the background – whites, beiges, ashes

  209. JaymeMade says:

    Solids and low-volume neutrals!

  210. Amanda Best says:

    I would try and make myself buy background fabrics, maybe creams, but I usually end up buying fun new prints, especially florals!My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com Thanks!

  211. I can always use solids for backgrounds, so i would buy more of that for my stash. And did you notice you said Canada Day is on June 1?

  212. i would fill my stash with some Pure Elements by Art Gallery Fabrics

  213. pianojan says:

    It's fun to read the other comments. I could like to add tiny prints to my stash.

  214. SeeAmySew says:

    I really need solids and blenders, but Batiks(esp. shades of \”Poiple\”lol)sure do squeeze my grapes..teeheehee

  215. Julie V says:

    I'd choose Solids too.

  216. Tawa says:

    I need solids to fuel my interest in Nancy Crow and her style. I foresee some different quilts in my future. Thanks for the giveaways. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

  217. Beth says:

    I would love to plump up my stash with some Anna Maria Horner and Denyse Schmidt!

  218. Beth says:

    Whoops–I filled in my \”Instagram\” question incorrectly! So sorry. I wanted to clarify that my Instagram name is @wodygirl11, not \”Beth Talmage\” (which is my real name, as if that's not obvious…)

  219. Lori S says:

    I would add more Moda Grunge to my stash

  220. Wendy says:

    I'm making a rainbow quilt so i need some purples, oranges and greens to round out my stash

  221. Jen Barnard says:

    I think I'd buy some flannel for a quilt back or a pair or pjs.jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

  222. DebW says:

    So many choices!!!

  223. KaliaContiki says:

    Large cuts of solid fabrics for backgrounds. Gray or black or even Aqua. I tend to buy white tone on tone for everything but when I shop my stash I wish I had more adventurous background choices.

  224. Veronica says:

    I would possibly add to my Snowman Gatherings fabric by choosing some Snowman Gatherings II, and a few solids to go with. Can't have enough of this \”comfort\” fabric. Thank you.

  225. I would probably choose fabrics that call my name. That's how all great projects start!

  226. I would probably choose fabrics that call my name. That's how all great projects start!

  227. Patti says:

    I'd choose Into the Woods layer cake!

  228. Havplenty says:

    I want more Cotton & Steel and Tula Pink fabrics. I only have a couple of fat quarters of each of them and I love their patterns and colors. Yep I would love to have both designers in my stash.tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  229. Alison says:

    I would like some yellow fabric – to brighten my quilts

  230. Melanie says:

    I would love the Riley Blake Novelty fabric: Chemistry Equations and Periodic Tables

  231. Tracine says:

    I would love red,yellow and grey tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

  232. Unknown says:

    I would choose kid-friendly prints, polka dots, or bright solids. Thanks!

  233. Kate says:

    Some blender fabrics, I never seem to have enough of those.

  234. SarahZ says:

    This is a wonderful and generous giveaway! I would likely add grow my Jeni Baker stash with some long deferred Nordika prints 🙂

  235. More orange of course!!!

  236. Jenne says:

    I would choose neutrals 🙂

  237. joolz says:

    I always need blenders and they're not that fun to shop for, so I would probably get blenders. Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

  238. Kim says:

    I would choose vintage fabrics or solids.

  239. Anna says:

    I need some more solids, pale but not white!

  240. I need solids, tone on tone, low volume prints. Maybe a few quilt bundles, jelly rolls. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

  241. georockgeek says:

    Nothing is immediately standing out to me, but those ribbons are pretty and I'm always looking for more widebacking fabrics since I hate piecing backs.

  242. I'm not sure… probably some solids or pre-cuts!

  243. I always love to find some sweet low volumes or text prints for my stash!

  244. Amanda says:

    I would choose some vintage looking prints.

  245. Unknown says:

    Cotton and Steel

  246. Tu-Na Quilts says:

    I disparately need some solids such as the Pure Elements by Art Gallery. Karen

  247. Cheryl says:

    Oh I need some more low volume. Or Kona solids I do always need those

  248. Unknown says:

    I would choose some printed neutrals to expand my \”modern\” stash.

  249. I could always use more solids in my stash, thank you so much for the chance to win!

  250. Kris says:

    There is a piece of rhapsodia from AGF that I would love. I think there are so many things to add to my stash. Low volume fabrics are what i should be looking for.

  251. Unknown says:

    I need low volume for a project I want to start.

  252. Emmguy says:

    Would spend hours browsing and then decide

  253. Unknown says:

    I would add blues and coordinates for a 65th anniversary quilt

  254. Donna says:

    Solid fabrics quilts are really stunning, I didn't think that way awhile ago, but now I need solid fabrics so I can make those stunning quilts. Thanks for giveaway.djcutting2(at)gmail.com

  255. Snoodles says:

    I would choose some of their felt….probably the wool. I see so many projects that I'd like to make, and they often feature wool!

  256. TheGeek says:

    Any kind of tone on tone prints right now. I'm running low.

  257. Alanna says:

    I would choose a mix of bright solids and a few tone on tone neutrals for backgrounds.

  258. Margaret says:

    I would pick some bright solids to go with some of my quilts

  259. Anything that catches my eye, am usually buying fabrics by colour to grow my stash :)Many thanks for all your giveaways!

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