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.




You can find Mad About Patchwork on facebook here.

AND Pam is on instagram here.

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You don't want to miss a thing!

How do you enter the giveaway contest? 


Follow the instructions on the RaffleCopter.com widget below!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

This Giveaway is open internationally.
Winner will be randomly chosen on April 13th and notified by email.
Be sure to leave your email address on the Rafflecopter widget.





Best of luck in the Giveaway!
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Steffi said...

I like the colors and I will make a smal Wallhanging Quilt for me!

Suze said...

These gorgeous fabrics would end up in a charity quilt.

Unknown said...

I would make placemats or a table runner. Thank you for a chance to win.
Happy Quilting :)

SewDoUQuilt said...

Some cute pillows. jarvenpa1ne@gmail.com

Izzy said...

Beautiful bundle! I shop at Mad About Patchwork all the time. I love the selection and the great service!

Unknown said...

I would make a purse. I like the colors and that was the first thing that came to mind.
gandn74@ymail.com

Kate said...

Lovely selection that you chose, Lorna. Offhand I'm not sure what I would make with these - I'd drool over them for a bit whilst I decided what they would become. :)

Anonymous said...

I would make a bag or book/journal covers.

senstrings at yahoo dot com

Isabel.A. said...

I would make a pillow.

Melanie said...

I would make a quilt

Unknown said...

I would make a patchy skirt & handkerchief top for my daughter to wear this summer!

dcargill said...

I love the fabric! I would probably make pillows with this fabric.

Twila said...

This bundle is so spring-y! I would make a baby quilt and some baskets with it!

Pamela said...

Those would be cute to make quilted journal covers with!

Jenn @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge said...

Such cheerful spring-y colours have me thinking of making a happy little quilt to donate to our local women's and children's hospital!

Christine S said...

I love your picks!! Part would go in my low volume stack and the other in my farm girl vintage pile :)

Renata S said...

I believe these would go very well in a Bonnie Hunter scrap quilt.

Unknown said...

I would make a tabe runner. ftsharona4@yahoo.com

Vera said...

I would probably make something easy like pouches. Small projects are my thing these days.

Unknown said...

I would use it on a handbag.

Kathleen said...

I've been enjoying making mini quilts lately, so that's what I would do. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Unknown said...

Oh I love this fabric!!! This would be one I would really have to think about before using. I would have to make me a quilt just to keep it ;)

OurKookyLife said...

i think these would make an awesome shabby/modern rag quilt or a picnic blanket

Joan H. said...

I would make a quilt for my sweet sister.

Rachel @ Quiltineering said...

I think this would be perfect for the sew together bag - I've been wanting to make one!

Melissa said...

I have been wanting to make a pinwheel quilt using a technique I found for charms, translated BIGGER, using pared down FQs :)
That's that I want to do :)

Unknown said...

Such cute fabrics! I'd make them into some nifty project bags for my knitting and crochet.

maudie said...

thanks for the chance to win this great give away

OhioLori said...

I would make a cool quilt for our newly arrived Granbaby!!! He arrived this morning!! : D

Cecilia said...

I would use it in a quilt.

KathleenD said...

I think I'd make fabric organizing bins with this bundle.

ljeanne said...

I would make a baby quilt to leave for a great grandchild.

mlhummy said...

I think I'd make a table runner and place mats. :)

Celine said...

I think I would use it into a Jen Kingwell quilt. The low volume and colours would work so well

Anonymous said...

I'd use the fabric for a scrappy quilt!
nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

Anonymous said...

My granddaughter is starting to be interested in quilting. I think I would let her chose and we would work together on a project. thothwife@sbcglobal.net

Her Indoors said...

I would make matching pencil cases and school bags, with scrunchies for the girls.

amber said...

I'm itching to make some summer skirts for my daughter

Carms said...

Oh I would use them for a sweet mini quilt, they are so fun, thank you for the opportunity to win and I will be checking out that online store as well😉

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Vicki in MN said...

Maybe one of those Sew Together bags I have seen all over the net!

Kristin said...

The green dots would be perfect for my elephant parade turtles! :)

Anonymous said...

I would make a table runner for and placemats.

HelenMarie said...

I would make a bright spring baby quilt!

Nancy said...

I would make a table runner and placemats. I love the bright colours. I am visiting my daughter in Ottawa in June so I might stop in at your shop. nridder@hurontel.on.ca

Rose Santuci-Sofranko said...

I don't know what I'd make sure....some sort of craft! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

Karen said...

The prints in the blogger bundle would be perfect for the Sew Together bag that I've been wanting to make forever. It would be Sew Perfect!

Margaret said...

I think a these would make a very nice bag for me

Peggy said...

I'd make quilt tops for World of Charity Stitching. Beautiful fabrics!
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Sarah said...

A quilt for my daughter -- although I might just save that birdcage print for myself -- I love it! sarah@forrussia.org

Sarah said...

I would make a quilt. sarah@forrussia.org

Rosemary B❤️ said...

Rosemary B here:
I would make a star block table runner

Ella and Nesta said...

This fabric is so pretty! I would love to make a picnic quilt!

Ella and Nesta said...

This fabric is so pretty! I would love to make a picnic quilt!

Cathy said...

I'd have to add the fabrics to my elephant parade!

Ella and Nesta said...

This fabric is so pretty! I would love to make a picnic quilt.

Regina said...

That is one nice bundle and puts me in the mood for spring so I think I might use it for a Pretty Posy wallhanging. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

Ella and Nesta said...

These fabrics are so pretty! I would love to make a picnic quilt with them!

Quilter Kathy said...

I would use these for background fabrics for the scrappy projects I have on the go - many :)
If I don't win, I'll have to buy a bundle... especially love that fabric on the top right!!

Kitty said...

Great selection! If (when? :)) I win, I would add these fabrics to my stash and they would surely work their way into quilts. I think a few I would use on bags or pouches, too, especially those Biology feathers--LOVE those!! Thanks for the chance :)

Ilana said...

I'd make a quilt.

Rike Busch said...

IT's a perferct combination for a spring purse

Unknown said...

I love the birdcage fabric and all of the colours in it - which are the colours of the other fabrics in the bundle!!!!!! Yey! I would make a wallhanging out of it so that I can see it all the time.
Pauline
perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Unknown said...

A throw size quilt

SonjaM said...

I would add it into a quilt!!!! I think it would be beautiful. sonjamclane76@yahoo.com

Natalie Crossan said...

a patchwork quilt for my daughter :)

Audrey said...

You have selected a wonderful spring bundle. We are waiting for the last of the snow to appear and your bundle assures me that soon we will have the colours for spring all around. I would be making a new spring dining room table topper. Thanks for offering a giveaway.

Sarah Vanderburgh said...

I'd make a wallhanging or pillow cover that says THINK SPRING! Love your bundle choices.

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