Monday, 6 April 2015

Mad About Patchwork Blogger Bundle Giveaway!!!

Anyone who has been following the Sew Fresh Quilts blog for a while now KNOWS that I LOVE SOLIDS.  And if you have been following, no doubt you've seen a few of my posts about happy mail received from Mad About Patchwork.  Mad About Patchwork is my go to shop because of their extensive range of Kona Cottons at the lowest prices.  But solids ain't all they carry.  Oh NO.



Mad About Patchwork is a Canadian online fabric and quilting shop that has been in business for over 7 years.  As a matter of fact, they are currently celebrating their anniversary with deals and savings.  This is a month long celebration!

She says, "We’re going to celebrate all month long, with a different special every week. And this party is getting started with … cake! Layer cake, that is. With the promo code CAKE20 you will save 20% on all 10″ square pre-cuts in the shop from now until April 8."

As of last year, they now have a brick and mortar shop located just outside of Canada's capital city of Ottawa.  Pam, of Mad About Patchwork, asked me if I'd like to select a Blogger Bundle from the fabrics in her store.  She offered to send me a bundle free and to offer another bundle free for a giveaway.


Ummm..... YES!

 
The selection below is what I chose.
It is a spring-inspired bundle that I think captures -- modern, fresh, and fun.


Today, Mad About Patchwork would like to generously giveaway this custom FQ bundle to one of you. This bundle is also available in limited quantity to buy in the shop, just in case you don’t win.




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Lu said...

A little wall hanging to put in a happy place.

Peaches1003 said...

I think these would make a fab happy picnic rug

Laura said...

That's a great bundle! I think I'd make a bag out of it... :) A nice big bag for projects

Quilting Nonnie said...

I would make a wall quilt. I think it would be great in the "Garden Quilt" pattern!

Silverthimble said...

I have been making zippy pouches lately. This bundle would be perfect for that.

silverthimble@shaw.ca

June Garner said...

That's a nice fq bundle.
Renragjd@gmail.com

Anita said...

This bundle is perfect for a "springy" tote!

contadina said...

The widget doesn't let me make a comment, but I would like to make a quilt or some kinds of home decoration with this beautiful bundle!
Thanks alot for this chance to get it!

Have a nice monday ♥

Sabine

Teje Karjalainen said...

Hi Lorna! Looks Super beautiful and springish bundle! Thank you for a great give away! x Teje
nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

Dawn said...

I've been wanting to make a QAYG table runner and these fabrics and colors would be great for spring.

Karin said...

Nice...love those fresh colours

Ellee said...

This bundle would be great for a sofa quilt. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Marly said...

I would make a table runner and place mats. Thanks for the chance of a prize.

Mae Long said...

I would use some of it to make a Betsy Bag. Thanks for the giveaway.
fabricstasher24@gmail.com

hiyacinth said...

Those prints would make great patchwork pillows!

Allison CB said...

Great selection, would make a cute little quilt!

leanne said...

love your selection - I'd make a cushion first up with the bird cages front and centre !! thanks so much for the giveaway !

Adrienne said...

Lovely bundle! MAP is my go to too!

Katy Marriott said...

Lovely selection! I'd make a patchwork bag of some sort :)

Hildy said...

Cute selection! I'm thinking about abag with the text fabric as focus.

Julia D @ Jada's Quilting Adventures said...

I would make a quilt called Confetti where you use the 8 FQs and then add in a solid. I've made it before and I have always wanted to make it again. Thanks for a chance at this beautiful bundle :) You picked out a great one, Lorna :)

charlotte said...

I just made a wall hanging for a friend and would love to make one for me. This would be perfect.

Lisa Marie said...

Such a cute assortment of fabrics! I might make a cute spring bag, or add fabrics and make a lovely lap quilt!

JoyceLM said...

I'd make a donation child's quilt for my quilting group - thanks.

Patricia said...

I would love to win, like the colors and the designs.

dawn said...

I would make a purse.

Pam @Threading My Way said...

I'm on a roll making zippered pouches at the moment, so I think I'd make a couple with this fab bundle. Thanks for the chance, Lorna.

Lee said...

Fun happy cushions for my daughter~! thanks!

Stitchin At Home said...

I would make some new pillows. Mine are showing their age. Thanks for the chance to win.

AlidaP said...

I would use them in several paper piecing project I am working on! Thanks for the chance!!

Susan L. said...

I am into minis right now, so that is what I would make if I won.

lauraluvsloons said...

I'm planning a mini quilt with paper pieced arrows- this bundle would be perfect:)

Material Girl said...

I would make a small bag and a mini quilt!

Lisa in Port Hope said...

I would make a summery tote bag!

aus_chick said...

I think I'd make a purse

Nancy Lewis said...

I would make either a tote bag or a pillow. Love the fabric and know it would make me happy to see it everyday!!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I would make a small quilt - I have to get more of them made to keep on hand for gifts/donations

Renae Koehn said...

I would make some patchwork pillows.

Mary Ann said...

A pillow. I have some naked pillow forms that need help!

Jusmom1 said...

Matching covers for my quilting notebooks! Thanks for the chance to win!

Mary Ann said...

A pillow. I have some naked pillow forms that need help!

Joy said...

I've been wanting to make a quilt for my bed with a low volume background and this looks like the bundle to use as a jumping off point. This is a great giveaway!

France Nadeau ❅ inspiration imagination creation said...

You certainly chose fun fabric, Lorna! I particularly love the one with the bird cages and the one with the bird cage and the letters. I wonder what you will do with your bundle...

Chris Matsche said...

I love the bundle would make a lovely lap quilt. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

Frederique said...

If I win (oh yes pleeeeeease!) I would make a beautiful wall hanging about a fairy tale for my niece

ittehgaps said...

I've been looking for a layercake to quickly cut up for log cabin blocks, This bundle really caught my eye. Think I could adapt it for my log cabin quilt. But going over to check out the sale. Thanks for the giveaway. Cindy/ bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

Frederique said...

I follow with Bloglovin' (could'nt leave my email on the RaffleCopter...

sherryberrybim said...

I would make a table runner with these fabrics.

Diane Beavers said...

Lorna, Congrats on your own curated bundle...it's a beauty! I'd make some fabric storage baskets for my spare bath and some towel toppers/decorative trim for towels. Thank you so much for introducing Mad About Patchwork...and thank you Pam:)
bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Betsy said...

I've seen a lot of neat baskets on blogs, I'd make one of these with the bundle.

Jenn4653 said...

So cute! Would make a great little girl's quilt.

Will Cook for Shoes said...

I love the blogger bundle you chose! It's lovely! I'd probably use it in a lap quilt. I'm crushing on flying geese these days. It would be perfect for that!

Michele T said...

This collection would be perfect for placemats, don't you think?

TheGeek said...

Those fabrics are beautiful! I'd probably cut strips and make splitrail blocks with them. Come on spring!

Terri van Gulik said...

I would make a lap qquilt, adding in a few more colours from my stash.

Taryn V. said...

I would make a pillow!

Mary said...

I love the spring colors. I would make a tabletopper for my dining room table.

Anita in Florida said...

What a lovely Bundle!!!!

Aggie-G said...

I think I'd make some pouches!

suemac said...

That is a very cute bundle. I do love solids. I will have to check out all of their solids.

MaryBeth Little said...

I think this would make a really cute tote

Lady Dragoness said...

Thinking along the lines of a paper pieced sewing kit...

Pine Point Cathy said...

I'm liking the quick gratification of table runners these days and the pop of colour it gives to my home. Thanks for the chance! basaran.family@rogers.com

PegP said...

I'm thinking a tote or maybe I'd make the sewing gadget bag pattern that I have been seeking fabric for. I did buy some of both of the top left and top right fabrics a couple of weeks ago from MAP, so this bundle would finish off my search.

Ramona said...

Love this bundle. I would love to make a sewing machine cover out of it.

LethargicLass said...

I think I would probably make something for my sewing room to brighten it up, like a large basket :)

Anne said...

Love that birdcage fabric! I have an immediate need for some fabric baskets and I like the bright contrast with the graphics fabrics mixed in. Congrats on your bundle!

Sandra Walker said...

At first glance I have no clue what I'd make...maybe it would go to the seniors' residence in the form of a wheelchair quilt. (a personal goal of mine this year is to make some for them)

Renee said...

Quilts, or maybe a bag. Love the raindrop fabric!

Shirley S said...
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Shirley S said...

Lap quilt......... not too large, but big enough to see all the lovely fabric
sascott4@hotmail.com

MoeWest said...

I would make a table runner with this lovely selection.

Jayne said...

I'm sure each and every piece would make it in to a beautiful quilt!!

Hitch and Thread said...

I'm about to start an applique quilt. These would come in very useful!

Needled Mom said...

I think those would make amazing quilted cushions for the sofa.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Love the spring color and dsitn selection. I would make a spring table topper with them.

cookie said...

I, too, would make a table topper. Love your selection!

Janie said...

I would make a quillow with the bundle you chose. I love all of your quilts. Thank you so much for the tutorials. I follow you via e-mail. Thank you for the giveaway.

Dawn said...

They would work well in my scrappy Metro Twist.

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

Sweet fabric bundle. I would make a patchwork to use as a background for an applique wall quilt.

GO STARS! said...

I'd make new springy pillows for our sofa. I've been looking for the best colors and you picked them!

Laura said...

This looks like a tablet cover for my dear friend. Would make sure the words love showed well on the cover. With the rest, the start of a scrappy modern quilt!

Deb said...

I love to make table runners. Fabric bundle is great!

Diana @ Red Delicious Life said...

I need to start making some cute bags for my son's teachers. I think these would be adorable fabrics for that.

Alice Ronne said...

I'd love to make some little bags for my BFFs. Thanks for the giveaway chance and the fabrics are so cheery...just the right thing for spring!

akronne17@gmail.com

Cassandra said...

This bundle would make a great bag!

sam said...

wedding shower for my niece in July. This would be so cute!

rrjane011749 said...

A Springtime table runner!

Susan Stanton said...

Such a great spring bundle of fabric!
yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com

Gill said...

I'd make a picnic quilt - summer is coming!!

Theglasdiva said...

This would be a great addition to a baby quilt I'm planning.

Nettie said...

Oh, I would make a beautiful "patchwork" assortment of pillows for my guest bedroom!
Thanks for the giveaway too.
nettiecrain@live.com

cjmont said...

i would make a quilt for myself because i love these fabrics too much to give away.

Heather J said...

Would be interesting additions to a quilt I am working on.

Sheila said...

I would make a new tote for myself for the trip I plan on taking soon . Thanks for the chance .

~Diana said...

I would make a donation quilt~

annmarie said...

I'd love to make a spring table runner with these fabrics! Pillow cases would be cute too.

Vicki H said...

I'd like to make some fun pillows.

suz choppin said...

I am currently making quilts for a charity quilt drive and would love to incorporate this fabric in one

Kath said...

What with minis being all the rage this month, I would make a fresh springy mini wall hanging, maybe something with tulips? You put a really nice bundle together! ktsquiltdreams [at]gmail [dot]com

Tiffany said...

Hmm. This bundle is the perfect mix of basics and low volume! It screams HSTs to me. :)

Chiska said...

Most likely a quilt.

Teresa @ Aurea's Kitchen said...

I think I would make a picnic quilt with some more fabrics from my stash, something that reminds me of spring, summer, flowers and warm weather.

Jo said...

I have some patterns I'd like to make into cushions which I think would work well with these fabrics.

Anne Simonot said...

Pretty bundle! I think it would make a sweet baby quilt.

Rosyquilter said...

My choice for these fabrics would be make some really sweet baby quilts for the neonatal unit... these fabrics are fresh and spring/summer like... perfect for a newborn who is struggling.

Donna W said...

A new bag would be in order with this adorable fabric.

Linda B said...

I would make some pillows......

Lynne Tilley said...

I'm making little zipper bags and drawstring bags for my annual Sister Camp at the lake with my sisters, Mom & Aunt, and cousins. All of us girls are sisters to each other and it's so much fun. These would be too cute!

Paula said...

I'd make a couple of fun totes. There is no such thing as too many bags! Thanks for a really fun giveaway.

Amanda Fagan said...

I love your choices, Lorna!! I would make a quilted Spring bed runner for the foot of my bed (because now only my feet are cold at night) and some cute pillows to match! Thank you for doing this giveaway! 😊😘

teachpany said...

Looks like a fun table runner or baby quilt.

Terry said...

I'd make some fun pillows for my sofa with these cute prints! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)
terryscwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

superstitches said...

Those fabrics would make a great quilt.

Erin McSweeney said...

I would make a beautiful spring time table runner...beautiful fabric

pkmegs said...

Make some pillows for the couch

Cherise Towrr said...

What a lovely bundle! I'm not sure what I would make- it might go in the stash or be made into some pillows maybe.

Angela N. said...

First... id hoard it! LOL. Then eventually i'll make something with it. I have been wanting to make a quilt that is springy... to kinda usher in some color after winter is over.

Ioleen said...

I'm thinking a spring tote bag. A girl can never have enough tote bags. Thanks.

eva said...

Beautiful bundle! I think I would use it for a mini quilt and maybe some appliqué

Crafty Ashley B said...

A fun, happy toddler quilt or a lap quilt!

Linda said...

NEAT COLLECTION! I'D MAKE A NEW QUILT FOR SURE!
THANKS FOR SHARING!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Sorcha girl said...

What a cheerful bundle -- I love text materials!! I have a pattern for a jewelry roll that I would use some of the fat quarters to make. My niece's wedding is in August and they plan to travel. The jewelry roll is a bridal shower gift. Thanks for a chance in the giveaway.

legato1958 said...

I'd make a happy tote bag and zippered pouch set with this pretty bundle!!
And maybe use the scraps in a mini quilt!
Susie

Judy J said...

I think a spring wall hanging would be in order. So cute!!

Anja said...

That's awesome. You chose great fabrics. I'm thinking a bag or a wall hanging.

Unknown said...

I think it would look great in the picnic quilt that I want to make for our middle daughter and her family. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Lara B. said...

"Um... YES!" Hee hee hee - That made me laugh Lorna! You picked out a wonderful bundle. I love the mix of plaid, dots, and low volume!

Lara B. said...

Oops - forgot to say how I would use them. For a happy quilt with lots of little squares like you and Rita make!

LindaS said...

I think they would make cute totes for my sisters and nieces. So cute
dragonfly9716 at yahoo dot com

June D said...

I would make a little quilt for my friend's daughter, so it would be for a future baby girl! Thanks for putting my name in the hat for the drawing!

Martina said...

I think I would love to make some new fresh pillows for our living room!

judys said...
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judys said...

I just found an awesome box tutorial that would work wonderfully with these fabulous prints for my granddaughter's bedroom organization! (it's worth a try................)

Tawa said...

Thanks for the giveaway. Not too sure what I would do with some of the fabrics, but I love Caroline Friedlander prints, so that piece would be snaffled up to include in my latest Gypsy Wife quilt.

Bonnie58 said...

A lovely spring lap quilt comes to mind. thanks for sharing

Bonnie58 said...

A lovely spring lap quilt comes to mind. thanks for sharing

Tamie said...

I think some new pillows would be in order. Thanks for sharing.

Sandy W said...

great bundle pack!! maybe a bag would be a good project!!

Susan McG said...

I think I would make a spring-inspired runner for my table. Love the fabric combinations.
susanmcg999@gmail.com

Kathy said...

What a cute spring quilt this would make

Michelle Olsen Sasak said...

I'd make cute zippered pouches!

Andrea York said...

I'd make some pillows!

Lori said...

Id make some summer placemats

Valerie Levy said...

I'd probably free piece them into fishes!!!

Valerie Levy said...

I'd probably free piece them into fishes!!!

Van said...

I would make a cute purse and maybe a headband!

Laura Ferdal said...

I would love to use it in making a quilt.
Thanks!
merryorganic@gmail.com

Jacqueline Frances said...

Hi there Lorna,
I would make a Springy table topper for my kitchen table. Those prints just scream Spring!
I have never shopped at Mad about Patchwork, but the next time I need a bunch of Kona colours, I will definitely stop by and have a look!
Thanks!
Quilty Huggs,
Jacqueline
http://www.quilt-sewhappy.blogspot.com

Michelle Yvonne said...

I am will be making a low volume quilt for a friend's niece who is new (ish) in town :)

Janarama said...

This fabric bundle would make a fabulous bag with matching accessories.

pamspretties57 said...

Hiya Lorna!!! What a fantastic selection. That little bird print in the upper left corner just made me smile. Love it all!!! I've been into table toppers lately and this would make a wonderful spring topper. Thanks for having the giveaway, you and Mad About Patchwork. Blessed be, hugs!!! Pam
pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

It would make a great Spring Table runner. Love those birds!

Afton Warrick said...

I'd make a cute toddler quilt.

Daytona Damsel said...

For some reason I can't see the fabric but after reading other comments I would probably do a table runner. Thanks for the give away.

Rilene said...

I would make the cutest little girl quilt! It's darling!

Kelly Wilson said...

I would make a table runner and use the leftovers for zippered bags. Thanks! notwendy gmail

Claire Sutherland said...

I would make gathered zipper pouch x

Patti said...

I would make a table runner for my entrance table!

delaineelliott said...

I would make a new lap size quilt. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Greta Honeycutt said...

Spring quilt!

zaney said...

I would make a quilt and maybe a ruffle skirt for my little girl. Thanks!!!

janna sutherland said...

I would make an adorable patchwork skirt & handkercheif top for my daughter to wear this summer!

Dionne Matthies-Buban said...

I would make a happy lap quilt for a friend who is ill.

zeb312 said...

I would make patchwork zipper pouches! Love the fab!

Sarah@123quilt said...

I think I'd make a zipper pouch. This is a great bundle. Thanks for the chance to win!

Colleen said...

I'd like to make a great springy table runner. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

greeneggs said...

Nice selection! I think I'd make a baby quilt, and try out the houndstooth pattern I saw online a while ago.

PK Sews said...

I would put these into a light summer lap quilt. What a delightful bundle you selected! Thanks for the chance to win.

Wendy Booth-Boyd said...

A sudoku...nine patch...with the aim of more precision with my corners....as a small picnic blanket would be great.
Thanks for the chance to win.
WBooth-Boyd@hotmail.com

misty s said...

This would make a nice table runner with Spring coming (I live in New England where it's STILL snowing). Thanks for the chance.

Jacqueline Bonneau said...

I would make some totes for all the girls in my family.
jacquiebonneau40@gmail.com

Jessica said...

I would make some fun pillows. Great choice for a bundle. Thanks for the chance.

Patti said...

Great bundle, Lorna! I'd use them in a tablerunner...or...maybe plaid zebras!!

scottylover said...

I just moved in to a new office at work and would love to use these for a wall hanging for it!
Sandy A

Karen said...

I would make a great table runner out of these lovely fabrics.

Sewmom18 said...

I would make some bags.

Kathy E. said...

This custom bundle of lusciousness would be made into a springtime table runner for my hutch! It would be glorious to find this in my mailbox!

EmileeHope said...

I see some spring pillow covers!

Doris Rice, The Quilting Queen said...

Love your choice of fabrics in the bundle. Pillow cases for the retreat I'm going to later this month.

Farm Quilter said...

A quilt for a special little girl!

Debby said...

I would make pillows for my room. Especially love the text and birds patterns.

jmniffer said...

I would make a lap quilt to have in the screen porch at my lake cabin. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

Karen Rhodes said...

Beautiful fabric bundle...I think it would make an awesome lap quilt.

Kat said...

I'd make some cute little pouches for my daughter and her friends. :)

Lisa J. said...

I'd make a bag with these lovely fabrics.

Lily Patch said...

This bundle would make beautiful bags and accessories.

Sewgirl said...

I would love to make some fresh placemats for my kitchen!

Allison C said...

I need a new zipper pouch. These would be perfect

Tanya Quilts in CO said...

I would use them to make some of the blocks in Farm Girl Vintage by Lori Holt.

Alexis Borsboom said...

I'm running short of project bags....these would make super sweet homes for my very favorite knitting projects.

SarahZ said...

What a sweet bundle Lorna!!! I would definitely make a quilt, probably with a bright assortment of solids to with these!! Thanks for a sweet giveaway...let the celebration begin!!

Diane said...

Nice bundle! I would make a zipper pouches and totes. Thanks!

Marguerite said...

I love table runners and think this group of fabrics would work well in my dining area.

Dita Bybee said...

I would love to make a table runner and some hot pads!

Beth Strand said...

What a lovely, springy bundle! Lovely choices!

Deal.licious Real Food Debby said...

I'd like to make a spring/summer library bag, quilted, to hold all our stories each week.

Debby

FenderMama crochet said...

Cute FQ bundle, lots of fresh ideas.fendermama1@gmail.com

Tracine Charest said...

I'd make a cute pinwheel quilt
tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

GranChris said...

I'd make a quilt for sure. Very cute fabric.

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