Saturday, November 6, 2010

MBS & A Giveaway!!!


Our third Moda Bake Shop project is featured over at http://www.modabakeshop.com/ today! It's called the "Awesome Lap Quilt"! We hope you like it! It uses and entire Jelly Roll except for one strip, including the binding. If you make one, please email us we'd LOVE to see it!

In honor of our MBS project SunFlower Quilts is having a sale on the online store! From Saturday November 6th through Saturday November 13th you can receive 10% off of any purchase, plus any order over $30 receives FREE shipping!! Just type in code: MBS10 into the comment box when you place your order! Your discount will be taken off once we confirm the order!

Also, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter on the website to receive more updates!


As usual, we are having a giveaway to celebrate! One winner from each of our blogs will be chosen at random to win a Fat Quarter Bundle of Heather Bailey's Pop Garden. Above is a photo of the fabrics!! They are so stunning and even better in person! Good luck!

What do you have to do to win??
1. Leave a comment telling me what you'd like to make with this gorgeous fabric.
2. Become a follower of my blog & SunFlower Quilts blog
(leave a separate comment to tell me you're a follower)

Make sure I have an email address to get a hold of you if you win!!

Hop on over to SunFlower Quilts' Blog for more chances to win!! We will each be giving away a FQ Bundle....that's right TWO Bundles. You can enter on both blogs for lots and lots of chances!!

We will be drawing winners on Sunday November 14th sometime around NOON!!
You can enter up until the drawing!! Good luck to everyone!



121 comments:

Caitlin said...

Hi! Love the new photo! If I won the FQ bundle, I'd like to make some throw pillows for my living room.

Caitlin said...

I follow your blog!
caitlin_m_ogrady@hotmail.com

Me said...

I'd make a quilt if I won. :o) Great giveaway!

Me said...

I'm a follower of both blogs.

JojoMia said...

Started following you blog. Love the Heather Bailey fabs!

webmailaddress2 said...

I would make a modern quilt with that fabric.

webmailaddress2 said...

Follower.

Annie said...

Oh my, how pretty are those fabrics. I would probably use them in a quilt! Or maybe for some Christmas presents... hmm. Thanks for the opportunity!

Nancy said...

I would make throw pillows

Nancy said...

I already follow both blogsj

thought/found said...

What gorgeous fabrics! Hmmm...I think I'd make a quilt. But they probably wouldn't all end up in the same quilt. I like to mix'n'match alot!

Thanks for hosting another great giveaway. And congrats on the MBS project!

thought/found said...

I already follow both blogs!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Love that quilt! I'd probably make my cinch sack pattern with the FQ bundle since it requires exactly 4 fat quarters to make one! Or maybe a cool tote bag!

MGM

Mary Grace McNamara said...

I follow both blogs too!

MGM

Jodi said...

I think I'd make a table runner!

Jodi said...

I'm a follower!

krisgray said...

I'm a follower - of both.

krisgray said...

At first I thought a quilt but maybe a couple of purses instead.

Karen said...

Your new quilt project posted at MBS is gorgeous and I hope to make one sometime soon!

I would definitely make a quilt with the fabrics if I won.

Karen

Karen said...

I love your blog and will be back!

I'm now a follower of your blog and already a follower at Sunflower Quilts.

Karen

Kathryn said...

I'll have to seek out your shop the next time I visit my brother in Houston. Glad to know of you. I need something bright and exciting for my entryway, so I'd probably make a wall hanging to knock my visitors socks off.

Kathryn said...

I've just become one of your followers. Love your Moda Bakeshop quilt. Kathie L in Allentown

Mimi said...

Gees, those are a pretty collection and if I won, I'd make a lap quilt to cozy under in the coming cold winter nights. Thanks for the chance!!

Mimi said...

I am a new follower. Thanks for the chance!

traceyjay said...

OH... I'd throw the pieces in for a grand value quilt I'm dreaming up... ♥ Heather Bailey

traceyjay said...

been a follower for a while. :)

Great use of the jelly roll in your MBS project too by the way.

Molly said...

I am not sure what I would make, but it would be for ME! I adore those prints!!

Molly said...

I follow your blog!

Molly said...

I follow SunFlower Quilts as well!

shadybrooks said...

I'd make a quilt for my niece - she's such a sweetie, and these fabrics would be perfect for her!

shadybrooks said...

I'm a follower of both blogs now :)

Donna said...

Hey there. If I win, I'll make a wonderful springy table topper. Great giveaway. Thank you!!!

Donna
dsharper258@msn.com

donna said...

I follow your blog!

donna
dsharper258@msn.com

tong said...

Love the fabrics, they will definitely make their into a quilt. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

tong said...

I'm a new follower!

Kristine said...

I love the Awesome quilt - I think this will be in my list of to do projects. I would make a quilt if I won! :)

Kristine said...

I follow both blogs - I'm new to them, but I enjoyed reading through the older posts. Thanks!

Digital Misfit said...

I love those FQs!
I would use them to make a fabric basket to hold my art supplies, and a patchwork sketchbook cover to match!

heidig@gmail.com

Marcia said...

If I win, I would make a quilt. The zigzag fabric reminds me of a zigzag quilt. Wonderful giveaway. Thanks.

Digital Misfit said...

I follow both blogs :)
heidig@gmail.com

wishes, true and kind said...

I love Heather Bailey and Pop Garden! I think the fabrics would make lovely throw pillows or a throw for my family room!

wishes, true and kind said...

I follow both blogs :)

Marilyn said...

I love the lap quilt pattern!! And the fat quarter bundle is gorgeous!! I would, more than likely, make something quilty with the bundle if I was lucky enough to win it--maybe that lap quilt;) Thanks for the opportunity!!

Marcia said...

I already follow your SunFlower Seeds blog. I also already follow your SunFlower Quilts blog.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

If I won this great fabric I would make some pillows for my sun porch!

Becky S. said...

I would love to make a quilt if I won the Pop Garden fat quarters.Thanks for the fun giveaway and the cute MBS project!
onlybas@aol.com

Becky S. said...

I follow both blogs.

Bry said...

It would definitely go towards a quilt if I won!

Bry said...

I follow!!

Magicaldamselfly said...

I think I'd make a quilt for my grandson to snuggle up with while watching tv. The colors a fabulous!!!

Sheila Heichel
magicaldamselfly@gmail.com

Magicaldamselfly said...

I will be following this blog as of today as I'm loving all the creativity I'm finding here.

Sheila Heichel
magicaldamselfly@gmail.com

Erica said...

I think I'd make me I nice spring - quilt (that leaves me enough time to finish it....) Lovely giveaway, thanks!

Erica said...

I am now a follower of your blog as well...

elena said...

Is open to international readers? If so count me in please. I love Heather Bailey's fabrics. I have three options to use these wonderful fabrics: a quilt, a children patch coat, or some handbags.
Thansk for a wonderful giveaway :D

elena said...

I'm a follower on both blogs too

lenarod8@yahoo.es

Jenn said...

yay congrats on the bake shop feature! I am a follower of your blog

Jenn said...

what to make.......probably a happy bright pillow, two actually, one always needs a friend :-)

Rafael's Mum said...

I have allready made a quilt out of these lovely fabrics and am now sad I have run out of them! So I am collecting to be able to use them in little projects like bags etc forever!

Rafael's Mum said...

I am following both your blogs

Cindy said...

One of my all time favorite lines of fabric. I made my grand daughters nursery bedding from this and so wish I had more fabric to make a quilt for me!

Joree said...

A fun lovie and matching pillow would be so bright and cheerful with these prints.

Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

isabel f. said...

I will do one of my bookcovers :))
thanks for the giveaway!!
I have a giveaway at my blog to :))
http://rosaechocolat.blogspot.com/2010/11/blog-anniversary.html

isabel f. said...

I´m a follower :))

Lee said...

Congrats on being featured in the MDS! Love your blog - I would make my son a quilt for his new apartment!
butler83ataoldotcom

Lee said...

I am a follower of yours!
butler83atoldotcom

Lee said...

I also follow Sunflower quilts!
butler83ataoldotcom

woodbines-creep said...

I love this range! Pop Garden just...pops, LOL! I'd love to make a scrappy patchwork skirt for my DD with this fabric :D

senjosuki at yahoo dot com

woodbines-creep said...

I am follower of this blog :D

senjosuki at yahoo dot com

Angelina S. said...

I'm a big fan of the pop garden line. Would love to win this! most likely I would incorporate these fabrics into a quilt. Although, I might make napkins out of them. I used that rose print as curtains in my dining room, so they would definitely go well. Thanks for the chance to win!

figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

Angelina S. said...

Now following your blog!

figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

Wendy said...

I would make a new quilty for a new baby girl! Thank you for the chance to win these great fabrics.

Wendy said...

I now follow your blog

Kaelin said...

I looooove Heather Bailey's fabrics. I'll probably make some cute springtime pillows with the fabric if I win!

Duff said...

ooh, yummy! My first thought was Yellow Brick Road abut my second is a modified bento block--how sweet would that be?!

Duff said...

I'm a follower, like, fer sure, dude! Thanks for the giveaway!!

The Hungry Crafter said...

I would definitely make things for my kitchen! Lovely ....

Nancy said...

I would use it to make a quilt for my bedroom. Time to spice it up with fabulous fabrics.

Nancy said...

I am a follower.

Me? A Mom? said...
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Me? A Mom? said...

And I'm a follower!

Me? A Mom? said...

(I need to slow down and read instructions better!)

If I won that fabric, I'd probably use in a number of quilts. I tend to hoard my fabric for a bit and then spread the love across a number of projects. :)

molly_dye said...

I found Pop Garden last week on a website and just love it! I think those bright bold patterns would make beautiful, big purses and totes. Found your blog from MBS. Already printed the Awesome quilt tutorial. Loved your ruffle quilt, too. It's just beautiful. Thanks for being so creative and thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

molly_dye said...

I'm following both blogs!

ariuna said...

I love the MBS quilt - it's a really interesting design. Will put that on my to-do list!

These Pop Garden fabrics are great - I love the colors. I think my sisters-in-law would enjoy them, so maybe I'd make some cushions or something for the home for each of them.

ariuna said...

I'm also a follower of both your blogs :)

Brooke said...

I love that quilt for Moda Bake Shop! I'm sure I'd use that fabric to make a quilt for myself.

bhjohnsen@gmail.com

Brooke said...

I follow your blog.

Brooke said...

I follow Sunflower Quilts too.

racergirl1313 said...

If I won I think I'd make a great bag (or two!) to brighten up the grey winter days. Thanks for the giveaway!

racergirl1313 AT hotmail . com

Nancy said...

do I have to make something? Can I just smell it and play with it and fondle it...and dream?

Ducks and Rabbits said...

Gorgeous fabrics! I think I'd make a frilly toddler skirt.

Kelly said...

You can never have too many zippered pouches--especially with that beautiful fabric! Hello! Christmas gifts! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

I'd love to enter! thanks so much for the contest! i'd love to make a fat quarter apron that i've had my eye on!! Thanks!

inthehammockblog at gmail dot com

Jenny said...

oh yes, i would love to win! congrats on mbs!! again! i think id use these fabric for some fabric garland to ring in spring time...already wishing winter was over!

JanetK said...

Great pattern! If I win these fabrics, they will enter the queue of quilts to be made. Actually they would go nicely with some Amy Butler prints that I recently bought on sale...

JanetK said...

Also I follow your blog!

deserae said...

I would love to make a quilt! :)

burrito said...

I'm thinking this fabric would be perfect for my first quilt ever!

burrito said...

(I'm a follower)

TADVR said...

Loved seeing your ruffled quilt at the MBS booth! Think we'd have to make a messenger bag n accessories for my teen...

cvdnurse said...

I just love the jelly roll quilt!
And I'd love to win the fabrics, too.
Susan
susie.galasso@gmail.com

cvdnurse said...

I follow your blog, too
Susan in NC
susie.galasso@gmail.com

cvdnurse said...

I follow Sunflower Quilts blog, too
Susan
susie.galasso@gmail.com

JuneBug said...

The fabrics are beautiful, such vibrant colors. I'd like to make a quilted zipper wallet...to start with!

NotYetTheDodo2 said...

Uh, such gorgeous fabrics... I'd make a cover fro the sewing machine, and in combination with raw linen I'd make a few new sofa cushions, too....

Alicia said...

I am a follower!

Alicia said...

I have a couple tote patterns that would be perfect for that bundle!

Kristan said...

Following both!

Kristan said...

I would have to touch them for a while, but I would most likely make a quilt. Eventually. After I play with them. A lot. ;-)

Helen said...

I think these fabrics would look wonderful in a quilt, purse or pillow. Maybe, all three.

Helen said...

I have become a Follower.

Sheila Tweed said...

Hello Jamie,
I heard lots of compliments on your quilts at the Moda Bake Shop booth at the quilt show.
If I had the bundle I would make a wallhanging to brighten up someone in anursing home.

Sheila Tweed
sheila_tweed@kindermorgan.com

Alycia (Crowley Party) said...

Wish I knew how to make a quilt! BEAUTIFUL!

Jessimama said...

Hmmmm...let me think....hexagon pouch??? It must be done. Jessimama@prodigy.net.

Jules D said...

There are FOUR people at work who are expecting and this fabric would make a gorgeous crib quilt and some bibs! P.S. Really enjoyed meeting you at the STLMQG meeting this morning. I'm so excited to be a part!
dnhue99@yahoo.com

Quiltjane said...

I am a humble follower.

Quiltjane said...

I would make another "curlicue crush" quilt by Rebecca Johnson of Chasing Cottons. The bold designs would be perfect for the large blocks.

Lisa said...

I'd use that that great fabric in a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance.

Lisa said...

I follow both blogs.

Jeannette in St Louis said...

I think a market bag would look really cute in those fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

Jeannette in St Louis said...

Now I'm following too!