Happy National Quilting Month!

 

 

Each week, during the month of March, Fons & Porter will be giving away a Hoffman California Fabrics Spearmint Bali Handprints fat-quarter bundle. You will have 5 chances to win!

Please enter by filling out the comment section below. Let us know what you will make with your new Hoffman California Fabrics fat-quarter bundle.

A different winner will be chosen at random every Thursday in March. Winners will be notified via email. If you do not respond within 48 hours, your prize will be awarded to a different participant.

This contest is now closed. Thank you to all who participated and congratulations to our winners!

Week 5 Winner: Congratulations to Karyl McClellan! Karyl explained, “These colors remind me of the Oregon Coast…where the Coastal Range meets the Pacific Ocean…my husband’s favorite place on earth…(and sadly we are now on the other side of the country due to work). I would make a mountain/seascape quilt for him so he could feel the peace of the Coast in his heart as he looks at it. He would love it.”

Week 4 Winner: Congratulations to Pat T. who is our week 4 winner! Pat says, “Beautiful colors, so many patterns would be perfect with the fabric. I can see a calming quilt on the master bed using these fabrics.”

Week 3 Winner: Congratulations to Donna who is our week 3 winner! Donna said, “Looks like great colors for a landscape quilt – forest, mountains, sky & water!”

Week 2 Winner: Congratulations to Debi B. who is our week 2 winner! Debi will use these fabrics in her daughters wedding quilt.

Week 1 Winner: Congratulations to Carol J. who is our lucky week 1 winner! Carol will make a table runner with the great colors.

Please continue to enter our contest a new winner will be chosen March 22nd.

Good Luck!

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3,801 Responses to Happy National Quilting Month!

  1. Liz J says:

    I would like to enter the contest. If lucky enough to win a bundle, I would put it into a charity quilt for a group I work with.
    Liz

  2. Dawn says:

    I’d make a beautiful star quilt if I’m lucky enough to win these beautiful fabrics!

  3. Rusty Jameson says:

    I love these fabrics. could put them in a wonderful project

  4. sharon says:

    i’d use it in a bunch of scrappy quilts!

  5. Pat Palmquist says:

    what gorgeous colors!!

  6. Anita Ezzell says:

    I would make a Lucky Star Quilt!

  7. yvonne carey says:

    the colors match my room exactly,i would make a friendship braid quilt.

  8. Betty Bell says:

    If I win , I will probably make a wall hanging.

  9. Katie Wilson says:

    These are beautiful batiks that I would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity!

  10. Rina Mason says:

    I think I would make a bag or maybe buy more and make a swoon quilt.

    • Christy Nigh says:

      What is a swoon quilt?
      I am always looking for new, non traditional quilts.

      • Rina Mason says:

        You can Google it in their images or go on pinterest and type swoon quilt in search box. There are so many variations that I can’t wait to get stared on one.

  11. Julie A. Stenkamp says:

    If I win, I will use those fabrics to make a quilt for my brother-in-law; they go perfectly with his request!! Thank you for the opportunity to win fabric!!! Can’t have enough!!

  12. Rebecca Locke says:

    Woo-hoo!!! More fabric!!! I never have enough!!!

  13. Linda McAdoo says:

    Love quilting any month but this makes it extra special.

  14. Sally Thompson says:

    Oooooh, me me me – pick me!

  15. Jacey says:

    If I win this bundle I would make a wall hanging for my parents place, these are some of my moms favorite colors :)

  16. Heidi Reed says:

    Fabric like that would make a beautiful bargello quilt.

  17. Judy says:

    I love the colors of that line! I would make a postcard quilt from Kaffe Fassett’s book Quilt Road. I think the colors would be great in all the borders and the center block of that quilt.

  18. Kathy J. Thomas says:

    I most likely would do something for my Grand-Son, he loves green and fish! Thank You

  19. Rebecca Locke says:

    Oh yeah, I would make a quilt….have one in mind for a grandchild.

  20. Missy Raines says:

    A quilt, of course.

  21. Ginger Komiskey says:

    I’m not sure what project I would use the fabric for. I have several options in mind.

  22. Robin F says:

    I love Hoffman Fabrics and would use the bundle for some lap quilts I want to make to donate to our church fundraiser.

  23. Karen Kelter says:

    Those fabrics look as if they would make a beautiful oceans waves quilt.

  24. deb bragg says:

    I would play and have soooo much fun I would think I was a young girl again!! :)

  25. Margaret Elliott says:

    I have a great purse pattern that uses 3 fat quarters-my friends all want one!

  26. Denise Blaquiere Brooks says:

    I want to make a wall quilt for every season and every occasion. This would be a great contribution to my projects.

  27. Mary Jane Campbell says:

    I would love a bundle to make lap quilts for the cancer unit at my local hospital where my friends Hubby is a patient.

  28. April Todd says:

    I want to make a medallion quilt

  29. Alice M. says:

    I would love to have the bundle and would use it to make something for a graduate.

  30. NJ Quilter says:

    I would make a quilted handbag or a wall quilt.

  31. Theresa McGrath says:

    I make baby quilts…and there is NEVER too much fabric!

  32. Leann Moses says:

    My youngest Daughter has just started quilting. I would give the fabric to her so she could start building her stash.

  33. Patrice Daneault says:

    Some are going to make a fabulous tote bag and the balance will work into a quilt!

  34. Susan Ohm says:

    I would add material to make a quilt for my uncle who just lost his wife of 50 plus years. I think he needs something comforting.

  35. Cheryl Morris says:

    Wall hanging

  36. Barbara Walters says:

    I would love to win fabric for my stash.. Thanks

  37. ReNee says:

    I am collecting 116 batiks for a bargello so they would definitely go into that stash!

  38. Christy Nigh says:

    I would make a pattern called Nova. I saw it done with Batiks and it was VERY nice. So I have been sorta kicking around the idea of what to use. This collection would be fabulous.

  39. Moira Ullberg says:

    I would love to win a fabric bundle I’ve been wanting to make a bargello

  40. Bettina Elliott says:

    I think I’ll use them to make a Yellow Brick Road by Atkinson Designs, it’s my go to pattern, fast & easy. I can make the top in 2 hrs.

    • Marilyn Schrader says:

      I agree on the pattern. Yellow Brick Road is easy and makes a wonderful size lap quilt to donate to worthy causes. I do that alot.

  41. Grace says:

    Of course I would love to win this bundle…love the colors. I would probable make a table topper.

  42. Pamela J Pavao says:

    If I am blessed to win a bundle, I wouldmake a nap quilt for my husband. He’s having major spinal surgery on the 9th and this will keep me busy while going through the hospital stay and recovery, Thanks

  43. Linda Sanner says:

    WOW – what an opportunity! I would add it too my collection of Bali Pops and make a quilt.

  44. Heidi Dillenbeck says:

    I’m a new quilter, so I am always looking for new fabrics and patterns to try! Maybe get some practice with a fun quilted table runner or placemats.

  45. Jackie Cline says:

    I would love to win a fat quarter bundle. I would make a quilt/coverlet for my daughter who does SO much for me! She lets me live in her house, she works and goes to college, she sacrifices her time to help others, teaches K- Second grade, and will be a fantastice nurse.
    Jackie

  46. Terri Emery says:

    I love Hoffman fabrics, I think I want to try and make a bento box quilt. It has been on my to do list for awhile now and the colors I think would make a nice quilt.

  47. Kenda Ross says:

    Fons & Porter quilting is the only quilt magazine I subscribe too anymore. Being on a budget with Social Security limits our spending. I would love to win the prize and make something to share with my family and quilt guild friends. Bless you all for sharing of your talents and time!! <

  48. Patricia S says:

    What lovely fabrics! If I were the winner, I would use the fabrics for a quilt I promised to make for a charity auction. Thanks “sew much” for this chance to win!

  49. Leslie says:

    I would use the fabric in a challenge our quilt guild is haveing for Alzheimer challenge block.

  50. Marlene Walters says:

    If I’m lucky enough to win, I would use them as part of the material that our church uses to make quilts for the gradutes of our church to take with them to college to remind them of the love that our church sends with each one of them.

  51. vickie morton says:

    I would like to make a crib quilt for my grandson.

  52. Leona Barker says:

    I have several projects on the back burner. It would depend on color and design which one I would continue with. The quilt might be a charity quilt or one that would be auctioned at a church event or a gift OR I might do something unusual and keep it for myself.

  53. BJ Dale says:

    I love these fabrics. I would use these to make a quilt for my friend’s disabled brother and lap quilts for veterans in the VA hospitals.

  54. Margit Kidd says:

    Oh, I would probably make a bag of some sort, but then again a quilt top would be nice. there are so many possibilities. the colors would tell me what to make

  55. Bridget Murphy says:

    I would use the bundle to make a throw for the summer house. The colors remind me of summer.

  56. Valerie Gallareto says:

    I have been wanting to make an Ocean Waves quilt. These colors would be perfect!

  57. DonnaLee226 says:

    Oh these beautiful prints would become a lap
    Quilt for my sister in law
    It would be a perfect house warming gift

  58. jantom13@aol.com says:

    Perfect for a twin size quilt in guest bedroom. IF I go for a shadow design, I may make one for the pop up too!

  59. Linda Maass says:

    I may use it in a disappearing 9 patch quilt.

  60. Robin Lane says:

    I love Hoffman fabrics, and would love the challenge of making a special quilt!

    • Roxanne R. Ende says:

      I would love to make a quilt for myself. Having arthritis problems in my neck – every vertebrae is surrounded by arthritis, have to go through physical therapy and use a electric current device around my neck. I also am waiting for a neck traction device. Doctor says I have to keep my neck warm! I would use it to keep warm! Thank you very much. I hope that I win!

  61. Carol Dees says:

    WOW such a beautiful bundle. Im working on ideas for raising money for a local pomeranian rescue I foster for and think maybe a quilt to raffle or selk would be a good idea for raising funds. So, I will probably make a quilt for that purpose.

  62. Lynn Fuller says:

    That would make a beautiful table runner and matching placemats!!!!

  63. Sandy Seefeldt says:

    So many gifts to make so little time! I would love to win this pack and make a quilt top!

  64. Sarah Austin says:

    I love the colors. Im a blues and green person. I would use this set as part of a quilt. Probably in some type of block pattern that put the quarters in a light to dark order.

  65. Caroyl says:

    I would make a quilt for my granddaughter, as I’am making quilts for all three of them. I already made one for one granddaughter and am working on one for my grandson right now. thanks

  66. Jeanie says:

    I think I would make a lap quilt for my Granny who turned 91 last month. I have quilts that her & her mother made for me when I was much younger. I LOVE MY GANNY & GRANDMA! Nothing is better on a bad day than curling up in one of their quilts & feeling the LOVE in every stitch & every scrap of material! It is like being wrapped in a big HUG of LOVE.

  67. Donna Engelhart says:

    Oh, these are gorgeous!!!! Pick me. I want them. They will be part of a beautiful quilt for my guest room.

  68. Tim D says:

    I would make a quilted cover for my television.

  69. Maureen Taylor says:

    I’d love to win a bundle !! And a summer quilt would be in the making.

  70. jojo says:

    Oh — I am such a green gal and those colors would make a great Indigo Star quilt that you featured in the F&P magazine last year. I have the magazine, the tool, and thinking about fabrics now.

  71. Roberta says:

    I would put these into one of the many fat quarter patterns I have and give to a close friend who loves blues and is getting married soon.

  72. Lorie Callcut says:

    If I were to win this gorgeous prize, I would make a rail fence and alternate the rails with an applique in every 3rd block. It would make a terrific Spring project.

  73. Linda Guza says:

    I think I would make a beautiful spring wall hanging, something with lots of flowers!

  74. Ginger Wingo says:

    will use the fabric to make my great-g-daughter a new quilt

  75. Karen Pedigo says:

    These fabrics are beautiful! I just love the feel of new fabric! This would inspire me to start a new quilt project!

  76. Brenda Fredman says:

    I have two sons that I am wanting to make quilts for. This would be a nice start to one of those quilts. Love Hoffman fabrics and the beautiful way they sew up and hold up.

  77. Wendy R says:

    I am working on helping a young girl in the guild make 100 quilts for children this year. The fabric would go in them!

  78. Claire says:

    I can see those colors now.. What a stunning quilt I could finally make for myself to bring the color back into my bedroom. Since they are fat quarters, I am pretty sure there would be enough to make simple matching shams to go with it. What a great prize to be able to call mine…
    .

  79. Marilyn Snow says:

    Some of the colors remind me of the ocean. I want to make an ocean scene wall hanging to put in my bathroom. Thanks!

  80. Arlene Hines says:

    A good way to start a stash!! Love the colors.

  81. Tina says:

    I would love to make a summer quilt with these beautiful colors!

  82. Gale says:

    I would make a quilt and give to the needed. We have a lot of family around here that are homeless.

  83. Ann Gee says:

    I’m a new quilter and would LOVE to have these fabrics. I seem to choose the bali type prints often. Thanks for the chance to win!

  84. Laurie says:

    Even though I’m already working on two wedding quilts, I need to start on a log cabin and these colors in this fabric would be just amazing in it!

  85. Cynthia Delgado says:

    I would love to use these as an accent to a Thomas Kincaid panel I have. The fabrics are a perfect match for a wall hanging

  86. thunder kaplan says:

    colors look like they would work for a quilt for my Sailor, son.

  87. Sarah says:

    There’s a patchwork tote bag I’ve been wanting to make and I think those colors would be just gorgeous!

  88. Christa Strub says:

    I would try one of my FQ quilt patterns!

  89. Mary Irene Seifert says:

    Blue is my very favorite color and these shades are beautiful.
    I would make a bed size quilt.
    I need to make 11 more bed size quilts so each family member has one.
    I have already made 8 quilts and given them away.
    I sure hope I am picked.

  90. Jan Keely says:

    If I’m lucky enough to win then I will be making a “yellow brick road” quilt and donate to the relay for life in Clearwater, FL to be raffled and proceeds go to American Cancer.

  91. Crystal says:

    A lap quilt that evokes the soothing feeling of water…

  92. Teresa Holloway says:

    These are the perfect fabrics for a pattern I have had for a long time! Can’t wait to try it!

  93. Nancy Rollins says:

    I would like to make a Disappearing nine patch quilt. These colors are beautiful and will remind me of the ocean when I get back home to Ohio.

  94. Angela McEwen says:

    These would work well with a quilt I am considering making for me and my fiance’s bedroom

  95. Barba Drebenstedt says:

    I have been making purses using batik fat quarters. I just love batiks. If I won these, I would use them in more purses.

  96. Diane says:

    If I win the fat quarters I’m going to make a queen size quilt.

  97. Sandy Boyette says:

    I have been wanting to make quilted belts. These prints would look great in a belt.

  98. Debbie Gocken says:

    These fabrics are beautiful!

  99. Jennifer Helms says:

    Hmm..not sure yet what I’d make, but I don’t have many batiks in my stash. Maybe a Hawaiian applique quilt….

  100. Gail Peters says:

    Blue, blue, blue, my most very favorite color. Oh, please pick me.

  101. Paula Lee says:

    I will make something for my momma. She was such a huge help as I went threw chemo last year, and this would make a lovely something something for her.

  102. Emily Alongi says:

    I would love to continue to make some more quilts for family and friend gifts.

  103. Sylvie Thibodeau says:

    If I win…too many ideas floating in my head to say what project will be done!

  104. Henrietta Sheffel says:

    These fabrics would like great in a spring/summer quilt. I love fat quarters.

  105. Joan says:

    These fat quarters would make a fantastic quilt!

  106. Signe says:

    I would love to win this fabric! I would put it to good use in a landscape wallhanging quilt that I have in mind to make. Ooh-la-la!

  107. Sonya Wood says:

    I see these beautiful Fabrics in a New York Beauty:) Great giveaway!!!

  108. Angie says:

    Love those batiks! They would work well in the quilt I am doing now.

  109. Lisa Phelps says:

    The fabrics are gorgeous! If I win, I plan to make a wall hanging for my mom’s nursing home. The colors would be perfect in their dining room :)

  110. kelly says:

    I would like to try to make a wedding ring quilt with those amazing colors! I’m teaching myself how to sew and that’s my next goal is a wedding ring quilt for my wedding gift for my fiance!

  111. Deb B says:

    I am a quilter through and through – I would use this to make my daughters wedding quilt.

  112. Kathie Glanville says:

    I love the color in the picture.
    I would use the fabric to make a quilt for my new Grand-daughter who is due to arrive in late April. I think she will love that color. Her sister is a pink girl, so she should have a different color!

  113. Mary Kirch says:

    I love the colors and would use them for a lovely lap quilt.

  114. Joyce says:

    I just finished my first batik quilt and love working with that fabric. I am into making purses and totes and the Hoffman batiks would make some beautiful ones.

  115. Lisa says:

    I would love to add these beautiful fabrics to my stash as I am just starting out learning how to make a quilt.

  116. Linda Stanchos says:

    I would make a Yellow Brick Road and donate it to my church’s prayer quilt ministry that gives quilts to people who are ill or in crisis.

  117. elizabeth says:

    I have lots of fat quarter quilts Ive been wanting to make – with a range of blues – it will be fun to make a quilt that ranges from upper left corner tolower right coner in depth of color. Cant wait to win!

  118. Christine Chamberlain says:

    Thank you! Your website is inspiring, if I need a quick quilting fix all I need to do is look at your webpages. I love your company.

  119. Annie K says:

    I would make patchwork throw pillows for my comfy green couch. :-)

  120. Debbie Bogenschutz says:

    I’m thinking something to celebrate Earth Day, with all those nice colors of green!

  121. Vivian Merchant says:

    I plan on making a quilt for my grandson, green is his favorite color and he is my SUNSHINE.

  122. Nancy McFall says:

    My daughter loves those colors (and we both love working with batiks). I would make her a Happy Anniversary quilt. She might not get it this year, mind you, but next year for sure!

  123. Barbara Davis says:

    If I am lucky enough to win, I would like to make the “Crazy Eights Strip Teaser Table Topper”

  124. Linda Edwards says:

    Stunning fabrics…would love to win them. I think I would make tote bags for my daughters (and myself).
    Thanks.

  125. Roxanne Hartwig says:

    I would love to win this bundle! I think I would make a lovely quilt full of stars made from these beautiful fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

  126. Val D'Eon says:

    I would make a beautiful quilt! Pretty batik!

  127. Rita Miller says:

    Just getting into quilting and need to start accumulating fabric.

  128. Donna Rubin says:

    Being a new Quilter I would find a traditional quilt pattern to celebrate my Irish heritage.

  129. Diana Steverson says:

    what a beautiful bundle — I would make a wall quilt to hang in my office

  130. Bobbi says:

    I would make a quilt for my grandson. I have some penguin fabric he picked out that will go great with these.

  131. I’m getting ready to start an applique project that those fabrics would be perfect for. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway :)

  132. Laurie W. says:

    I love the colors. I think I would add these to my other handpaints and batiks and finally start a quilt for myself. I’ve made one for everyone else but not one for myself. These look like wonderful colors to start with!

  133. Christina Whittaker says:

    Yay March! Not only is it National Quilting Month but it is also my birthday month. I would make a quilt for the church aution that supports our church camp.

  134. Mary says:

    The colors are beautiful and would make a lovely tote.

  135. Sandra Bennett says:

    My favorite color is green and there are so many shades of it! This would go into a wall hanging with a nature theme.

  136. Ida Tendam says:

    I would use them in a Hunter’s Star quilt. Beautiful colors.

  137. Cindy Williams says:

    Oh I love the colors … I see a Storm at Sea quilt top in them!!!

  138. Cheryl Michael says:

    I would love to win a fabric bundle to use in a quilt for my great-grandson who is presently in the hospital after having 7 seizures this morning.

  139. Sharon Whitfield says:

    What all us quilters needs is more fabric

  140. Melody Doepel says:

    How beautiful the fabrics are. Would love the chance to win them and then decide from your magazine which to make.

    Thank you for the opportunity.

  141. Laurie W. says:

    I love the colors! I think I would add these to my other handpaints and batiks to make a quilt for myself finally.

  142. Wendy kruskie says:

    I would get started on a quilt for my Mom’s birthday :)

  143. Bobbi says:

    I would make my husband a lap quilt.

  144. Glenna Reynolds says:

    I would use it in a scrap quilt

  145. Susan Summers says:

    I have 11 Grandchildern with one on the way. I have completed 4 Quilts and would love to win this collection to make the next one form My Grandson who love these colors. thanks you for the chance to win.

  146. kim glavin says:

    My daughter needs a quilt to auction off for their “Relay for Life” team. A cancer fundraiser. I would use the fabric foor them.

  147. Ellen Olson-Sax says:

    oh please pick me :-) I’ll find room for it!!!

  148. Catherine Wheeler says:

    I would most definitely make a quilt. I’m thinking of either a Mariners Compass or a Wheel of Mystery quilt. I have been wanting to make both for a very long time but have not found my fabrics yet.

  149. Granny says:

    If I beat all odds and win, I would use it to make something for my Grands.

  150. Marilyn kunz says:

    Colors are beautiful! Would make a quilt and it would involve stars of course.

  151. Tracy says:

    I would make a quilt. I have been planning an Ohio Star Quilt in my head.

  152. Faye Durrett says:

    A quilt of course, too beautiful to be used in anything else. :)

  153. Pamela Rapp says:

    Very beautiful fabrics! I would love to win them & use them in a special quilt for my sister-in-law who was just diagnosed with breast cancer.

  154. Nancy Chaddick says:

    These are my husband’s favorite colors – I would love to make a quilt for our bed from these!! They are so lovely!

  155. Jane C. says:

    I have been anxious to do a braid quilt and I think these fabrics would make a beautiful quilt.

  156. I love that fabric would love to make a quilt from it for my guest room.

  157. Dianna Essington says:

    You can never have too much fabric in your stash. The quilts I am making now are from my stash. But new fabric is always great.

  158. Lori Hiedeman says:

    I’ve been making tote bags as surprise gifts for friends. This would work perfectly!

  159. Carol Berge says:

    If I should win this beautiful collection, I would like to make a double Irish chain quilt.

  160. katherine jean hosszu says:

    I would like to learn how to do paper piecing and make a nice quilt for our little trailer.

  161. Jannie says:

    These will fit in marvalous with the ones I just got right from Indonesia. My neighbour brought them with her from Bali

  162. Audrey says:

    They would either go into a purse or scenic wall hanging…………..maybe both.

  163. thanks so much for being such a great company. have visited your store and really enjoyed it. also take the magazine for quilting and knitting. always enjoy your helpful hints on your tv program.

  164. Katie Walters says:

    I would love these…as a new quilter on a budget I have to restrict myself and really pick and choose my fabrics carefully and on sale, so I don’t have much of a stash. Would love these to get started!!! Plus, it is my birthday tody and blue is my favorite color… :-)

  165. Denisa Schulz says:

    Oh, how exciting! I would maybe make a pillow with another bundle of fabric for him.

  166. Fran Wiest says:

    I have only been quilting for a year and I have so many ideas of quilts I want to make, I need to make two baby quilts next, and then I have two full size quilts on the drawing board for next Christmas, plus I am making quilts for Hospice, and our quilt guild makes Preemie quilts for the hospital. So many project to choose from, so I know I could put that fabric to a fantastic use!!

  167. Kathie says:

    If I won, I would make a Star Spin quilt for our local Palliative Care Unit.

  168. Deb Hietala says:

    I love quilting so much , but I don’t always get time to do it. Winning this would give me more incentive to make time for quilting. It is always more fun when you have more fabrics to work with. Please pick me! :)

  169. I will make a quilt for my grandson who loves the color blue!

  170. Rae M. says:

    I need to make a quilt for my husband’s aunt. These colors would be perfect for her! Thanks for the chance to enter the giveaway! Keeping my fingers crossed. Either way, I’ve made the color choice. Thank you for helping me make that decision!

  171. Jean P says:

    Beautiful in a church raffle quilt!

  172. Diana Minor says:

    I love these colors, too. And would make a star quilt for my nephew.

  173. Wow so many ideas for a quilt……and so many quilters. I would be blessed to receive the packet, and would pass it on as a finished quilt!

  174. Ann Wiseman says:

    Those colors look like they need to be made into a scene including a pond and lily pads… or maybe a nice bayou! : )

  175. Cheryl says:

    I think i would make a quilt for my cousin….she has helped so many of us who live away take care of our parents when they needed help…..i could not list all she has helped when our small town residents were old and passing away….she moved home to retire but God had other plans for her and she has really done the job for him…now she is not feeling well and she is still helping take care of our Aunt in another small town about 60 miles away….my cousin is a Saint I believe……

    • I think I would make a Quilt for my cousin. I could not list all the elderly people in our small town she has helped when they were sick or dying. She moved home to retire and relax but God had other plans for her… She deserves something nice to be done for her.

  176. Patty Demarsh says:

    I would like to make a throw quilt for my husband using this fabric!

  177. Starr Babbey says:

    love the colours! They would be perfect for new placemats and runners for my dining room table!

  178. kriswithmany says:

    I want to start on a double wedding ring, and have truthfully been planning on picking out Hoffman Batiks to use in it. This would be awesome!

  179. Kim Lehmann says:

    Green is my favorite color! If I win this, it would make a beautiful throw for my living room.

  180. Nancy Lyons says:

    I would love to win this contest! I don’t think you can have too much fabric.

  181. Cindy Wolfe says:

    I would like to enter the contest. If I win a bundle, I would make a tote bag. Cindy

  182. Lois Schmittinger says:

    Beautiful nature material – I think I would make a quilt or wall hanging for one of the brother in laws – spends a lot of time in the woods and on the water.

  183. Dottye Bregman says:

    Hoffman fabrics are the finest for quilting and sewing projects. I would love to win a ‘bundle’. If I were that lucky, I would incorporate the different prints into a new original quilt called “Charming Spools”. I have completed one, and am in the process of piecing a second one. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  184. I’ve just recently discovered the pleasure of working with batics. I would use these fabrics to make a quilt with a modern feel.

  185. Kathleen Chaney says:

    I love bali fabrics! These are so beautiful! I have been wanting to make a “Storm at Sea” quilt for awhile, and have been saving pieces for it. These look like they would get me closer to that goal!

  186. Marilynn Huffman says:

    A quilt for me..I usually give the quilts I make, to someone else. The greens would be perfect in my all white bedroom!

  187. dona kremer says:

    I can see a beautiful table runner for St. Patricks day. Love the colors.

  188. Sheila Walton says:

    I would use the fabric to continue in my project of making lap quilts for wheelchair patients at a local hospital where my church ministers. Sometimes I have fabric given to me use for these and I also buy fabric, batting, and other supplies. This brings me enjoyment in my retirement years.

  189. Kathy Elamon says:

    If I won I’d make a quilt for my bed. The colors match perfectly!

  190. Mitzi Gerring says:

    Love the fabrics! I would love to coordinate them in a log cabin quilt.

  191. Sandra R says:

    Would love to win so I could finally make a king size quilt for our bed. Thanks for the chance to win!

  192. Sharon Glass says:

    I’d love to win. I’ live to make a courthouse step quilt for a friend who is retiring from the courts. Please choose me.

  193. sheila breslin says:

    I love the colors, I have several ideas for quilts, might have a hard time making up my mind.

  194. Shirley Paulson says:

    I have been looking for fabrics to use in making the Crossed Canoes quilt. These would be PERFECT. My husband and I love to kayak and this just seems like the perfect combination of colors to use!

  195. Anne Pagliai says:

    I’m new to the quilting world but am in love with it already. The colors, patterns and finished projects are awesome. Can’t wait to start another one soon.

  196. Beth Cates says:

    These fabrics scream By The Sea as a project. Would love to have. Can’t go wrong with Hoffman anything!!!

  197. Cindy Derryberry says:

    Oh those fabrics are beautiful. I have been considering purchasing some batiks, but winning would be so much better. I am thinking strip quilt using the strip ruler technique!!!

  198. Sandy DuBois says:

    The options are endless! Such beautiful fabric!!!!

  199. Sharon Glass says:

    Needed to correct my email address. Please choose me, as stated above, I’d love to make a courthouse step quilt & blues would look beautiful. They also remind me of the ocean, as I only live 3 blocks away from the beach.

  200. Barb says:

    Beautiful fabrics – can always find a creative use – thinking a beautiful sampler with designs to show them off.

  201. Debbie C says:

    something wonderful to celebrate spring greening!

  202. Gay says:

    would love to make a celtic quilt with these!!! Beautiful colors!!

  203. Pam Schwarze says:

    I’m taking a stipe jacket class and these fabrics would be perfect or I’m also new to quilting and have no stash so this would be a good beginning.

  204. Jean Dunning says:

    Batiks and blues – could anything be better? I think I’d finally make something for myself with these beautiful pieces.

  205. Evelyn Norwood says:

    I would make q quilt for my granddaughter’s birthday.

  206. Julie Smith says:

    With that beautiful bundle of fabric I would make an amazing scrappy quilt for my son and daughter-in-law!

  207. Beverly Secrist says:

    My granddaughter loves greens. The bundle would make her a lovely quilt.

  208. Jackie Frymire says:

    I would love to have these colors. I would make my daughter a beautiful quilt!

  209. Mae Hullet says:

    We all need more fabric and these are wonderful, I love batiks!

  210. Joyce says:

    I would love to have these to fill a gap in my stash. Seems like I always need “one more” color to accent what I already have. What a great assortment!

  211. Rachell R says:

    If I was blessed to win this bundle, I would try it in Dereck Lockwood’s Starburst pattern, or the American Valor star quilt from your last issue! I have recently been made aware of Balis and batiks and I would love to use them!

  212. Marilyn Gierer says:

    I would love to have these fabrics. I would use them to make another Eclipse quilt.

  213. Kathy Burdette says:

    I would just love to quilt something for my granddaughter!!

  214. Alyssa Mason says:

    I love the colors of this fabric! I would use it to make a quilt for a charity to auction off. Design to be determined!

  215. Denise Salyer says:

    Think I would try to make a quilt our facility could auction off for one of our fun raises. Possibly The Alzhemiers Walk

  216. I would make a log cabin quilt for my daughter.
    I love quilting, it gives me such peace.
    Thanks for all the great ideas! God bless!

  217. Margaret Miner says:

    I’ve just learned how to make the “Mondo Bag” & these fabrics would be perfect!

  218. Julie says:

    Oh, those colors would be great for a quilt for my hubby that I’ve been meaning to start.

  219. Laura says:

    I would make a quilt from one of the many fat-quarter-friendly quilt patterns I have. Fat quarters are my favorite!

  220. Susan Reddie says:

    With these colors I want to make big sky log cabin quilt. So Please pick me, my son would love this<3

  221. Tammy Roberson says:

    Love those colors! I would add material and make a Quilt for Kids quilt.

  222. Kathy Woolsey says:

    This is beautiful fabric. I would most likely use it for a wall quilt. But my final decision would have to be made once I actually see and feel the fabric and it “speaks” to me. Lol

  223. Ronda Martin says:

    Beautiful colors! Would love to win them and make a beautiful quilt for a little boy who is in Neo Natal ICU. He was born early and his little lungs did not quite develop.

  224. Joanna Ellis says:

    I would love to make a wall hanging for our log home using the Hoffman fabrics. They are too luscious to leave in my stash and to wall quilt would let me look at them all the time! Thank you!

  225. Andrea Manias says:

    These beautiful fabrics must be used in a forest landscape quilt.

  226. Kathy Nogle says:

    I would like to make a Carpenters Star quilt. These fat quarters could be mixed in with other fabric in my stash!

  227. Bev says:

    A wall hanging for my newly redecorated bedroom.

  228. Becky Edson says:

    I would use the fabrics to make doll quilts for my granddaughter, Grace, who will be moving to Kenya a few months after she is born in June.

  229. Doris Eisenbraun says:

    I would love to win this bundle. Not sure what kind of a quilt I would do yet. It is a wonderful bundle. Might share with my best friend and quilting buddy.

  230. Sue Totzke says:

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!

  231. jeanne says:

    Hello! My name is Jeanne and I am a fabriholic…

  232. Laura Keirns says:

    Love the colors in this bundle. It would go towards charity quilts for sure!

  233. Tracy Christie says:

    What a great way to christen my new sewing room!

  234. Kathy Ouellette says:

    I just made a quilt with Bali fabric and I love it. Those colors would go great in my camper.

  235. Kathy Collins says:

    Whoooo hoo! Sooooo many different possibilites!! ☺

  236. Diane Brun says:

    Most likely I would stare and fondle it for a while. Then I would make a quilty sewing machine cover and some accessories for my room, and a bag or two with added complimentary fabrics.

  237. Linda Kountz says:

    National Quilting Month what fun, and what beautiful colors in this fabric selection, shades of blue have always been one of my favorite colors. I would definitely use them in a quilt, or a bag or oh my the possibilities are endless. Good luck to all the participants and thanks for the chance to win one of these wonderful fabric packets.

  238. Cheryl Ellis says:

    We just got a new Murphy Bed display for our cabinet and countertop store and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to be able to make a quilt for the bed in it. I can see myself bringing my sewing machine to work and getting others excited about quilting again. Thanks for the opportunity!

  239. Beverly Lynn says:

    I love the colors. My first thought is a throw that you can wrap up in and read. The colors make you feel calm and peaceful, grounded.

  240. Betty Evans says:

    I love Hoffman Batiks! I would add them to the ones I already have and use for a scrappy quilt.

  241. Julie King says:

    I would make an amazingly beautiful, fabtabuous quilting project . . . please let me win!

  242. Pam French says:

    These fabrics would make a great addition to the ones I purchased while on vacation in Hawaii. Thanks for all you do to encourage quilters.

  243. SHARON CAWLEY says:

    Please enter me, Love your magazine!

  244. Carol says:

    I see the colors of “spacious skies”, “purple mountain majesties” and “sea to shining sea” from America the Beautiful. I would search my patterns to come up with the perfect quilt that would showcase these.

  245. Virginia Nelson says:

    I want to make a special scrappy quilt for my grandson as he graduates from college.

  246. Darlene Thompson says:

    Beautiful fabrics…..I would add these to make a table coth….

  247. Carole Tutko says:

    With all those beautiful shades of blue and green I’d probably make a log cabin quilt or maybe a tote bag. Have a neutral Bali Pops I could also use with this

  248. sharon stevens says:

    If I win the the material I would make a quilt for a grandchild.

  249. Gidget says:

    I’ve been looking at a pattern called ‘On a Whim’ and I think these are PERFECT!
    Thank you!

  250. Linda Taylor says:

    Pick me, pick me. I’ll make a quilt called Key to My Heart. Thank you!

  251. Charlotte says:

    Beautiful fabrics. I would definitely use them to make a quilt but not sure what pattern I would use yet. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. Crossing my fingers!

  252. Vickie Brown says:

    I love batiks!!! I would use them in a crazy quilt of just batiks!!!

  253. Carol Martin says:

    Batiks are always my first choice!! I just love all the fabulous colors.

  254. Peggy says:

    I have twin grandchildren coming in the next few months and want to surpise ‘Mom & Dad’ with quilts for the babies. This fabric would sure come in handy! I’m just learning to quilt, so they will be sooo surprised!

  255. Gwen Breen says:

    I’d love to use these in a New York Beauty

  256. Linda says:

    Really love the colors. I’m a fairly new quilter so I’m not certain what I would do with this fabric, but I would love to do a wall hanging for my sewing room.

  257. Lee Todtz says:

    I would make a quilt for my daughter. She LOVES batiks!!!

  258. Carol Capps says:

    If i should win, I will combine these with white prints to make a drunkard’s path flower with the new die I just purchased from Accuquilt.

  259. Grace MacDonald says:

    oooohhhh……. lovely fabrics, I would start a charity quilt for our local Hospice for their annual Fundraiser….. hope, hope, hope…..

  260. parthena wollen says:

    Stained glass looking quilt.

  261. Lucy Collins says:

    Love all you do to keep us up to date on new and exciting things in the quilting world!

  262. Nancy Campbell says:

    My late husband was born on St. Patricks day and his favorite colour was green. I would make myself a lap quilt to snuggle under.

  263. Mary Belden says:

    Something batik-scrappy! Yellow Brick Road or Fat Quarter Shuffle, maybe.

  264. Jane Prestidge says:

    I have not gotten to work with Hoffman fabrics for a long time……but I am ready to do a quilt of beautiful colors for our quilt groups cancer outreach!!

  265. Pips says:

    Wow – these fabrics would be perfect for a marine-themed patchwork quilt I am designing which will incorporate applique phytoplankton shapes (especially diatom chains) and be quilted in a wavy undulating pattern. Beautiful fabrics – good luck to all ;-)

  266. Sharon says:

    Those would look beautiful in the picnic quilts I am currently working on!

  267. Patricia Miller says:

    I love batiks!!!! Many quilt blocks and designs come mind. I love the colors!

  268. Gloria says:

    I make lap robes for nursing home residents. Probably would use it for that. Have many patterns I have yet to make!

  269. Cheryl Burck says:

    I need a quilt for ME! Those are my Colorado and I don’t have a quilt for me yet. It’s time I have one.

  270. Lori Coke says:

    I will make a beautiful star quilt. Machine pieced and hand quilted. My brain is just whirling after seeing these beautiful colors!

  271. Renee W says:

    Love the fabrics!

  272. Linda Goodrich says:

    I will finally finish that quilt I started with these fat quarters! : )

  273. Claire Haire says:

    I would love to use these Bali fabrics to complete the quilt I am making for my niece who graduates in 2013!

  274. Tina Vigil says:

    I would use them for a sky landscape or water fall, I like to make outdoor quilts for camping.

  275. lisa christoff says:

    What beautiful fabrics, not sure what I would make yet it is always so hard to decide. So many things I want to make. Thanks for the giveaway.

  276. Patricia Jager says:

    My daughter lost her 22 mo. old son and I’m trying to create a “sanctuary room” for her. I made one “Faith” wallhanging for her and it matches those beautiful fabric colors so well. They are calming, soothing and healing. It would be such a blessing to make a beautiful prayer shawl for her, and maybe some pillows for the room.

  277. Leigh says:

    Gosh , I would really love to win, my husband would love for me to win, my dogs would love for me to win, and my friends would love for me to win :0)
    I would even do a Happy Dance !

  278. Dawn Hollingsworth says:

    What a terrific giveaway!! Would love to add these to my batik collection for that “project-to-be-determined-at-a-later-date” project. Good luck everyone!!

  279. Sandy Estep says:

    I would love to make a lap quilt with these very soothing colors to snuggle in on a “stressful” day!

  280. Karen Platt says:

    I’m this close (hold your thumb and index finger about 1/4″ apart) from taking a quilt out of the frame. After a quick binding, I’ll be ready for my next project. New fabric is always an inspiration for that next quilt!

  281. Beverly Muzeroll says:

    I hope I win, March 17 is my birthday and what perfect colors to work with are the greens. This would be so fun.

  282. Toni Waller says:

    So many things possible with Bali Batiks! They are stunning. I would love to win a bundle! Fons and Porter, you rock!

  283. Oleta Bailes says:

    The colors are so pretty. I would make a quilt for my room.

  284. shawnna says:

    I love making quilts

  285. Donna Vieke says:

    There are so many quilts in my fons and Porter magazines….Hard to pick one in particular right now!!

  286. Pat Byrne says:

    Oh I just purchased the pattern (Magic Squares) It will look so beautiful.

  287. Maryellen M says:

    Beautiful collection! I think this needs to be a quilt that will showcase the colors. Something that starts out light in the center and radiates to the darker colors! I’ll have to play with some designs if I win! Thanks.

  288. Carol Hicks says:

    As a wanabe quilter for MANY years and now a beginning quilter, I could certainly put these fabrics to good use. As yet I do not have a “stash” but this would get me started!

  289. Dorinda Emberton says:

    I see a star quilt on the horizon if I should win the fabric.

  290. Jessica G says:

    My husband is in Afghanistan right now, army, so I am keeping busy learning how to quilt! I would use this for a pattern that I plan on sending him when Im done!

  291. Bettejean VanWeerthuizen says:

    I have some layer cake, fat quarter quilt patterns I would love to make for charity.

  292. Wanda Heath says:

    Very nice colours! I have several quilt patterns that would be perfect for these.

  293. Marsha Black says:

    I think these colors would make the perfect addition to the BOM quilt I am currently making!

  294. Cindy Greunke says:

    I would make a nap quilt for my dad

  295. Brenda Woodard says:

    Beautiful colors!! If I were the lucky winner I would then decide what I would make. As a beginner quilter it takes me longer to decide what I will make than it does to make it. Love your TV show, website and quilting tools. Just purchased your rag quilt scissors and loved them so much two of my friends also purchased them. Thanks!!!!

  296. Maria Avery says:

    This are gorgeous and the colors that I want to use to make my husband a quilt. The name of the quilt is CounterPoint by Mountainpeek Creations. I have start collecting a few of the Bali’s but don’t have many so this FQ bundle would really get me started!! Thank you for a great give away! Good Luck Everyone!!

  297. Marilyn Guidry says:

    Love those colors and I would definitely make a quilt with them. Probably would keep the quilt here although everyone fights over new quilts and who they actually belong to in the household.

  298. Karon Reese says:

    The fabrics are beautiful. I would let them talk to me before I decided how to use them.

  299. Sally W says:

    These are beautiful. My hubby just gave me a New York Beauty book and a book on color optics. I would have to blend these two books together with these fabrics. And, if I win, I promise to move the Krylon workable fixitive off the same shelf as the spray starch….hmmm…I might have to do that anyway….. :)

  300. Joanie Swope says:

    These are beautiful fabrics! I would love to make a quilt for my husband. He is always telling me he’s last on my “who to quilt for” list. :-)

  301. Cheryl Gherna says:

    I have been collecting fabric to make a quilt called Irish Mist and this bundle would work into that pattern beautifully!

  302. Kay Shoaf says:

    Love this material…would make a beautiful quilt.

  303. karyn says:

    I love batiks. They are hard to find up in the Northwest corner of US.

  304. Sally P says:

    what wonderful colors. There are way to many ideas floating around in my head as to how I would use them should I be lucky enough to win them. Waterfall, bargello,backgrounds, appliques`, the list goes on.

  305. Betty Cant says:

    I would love to win these beautiful prints. They would make a wonderful addition to the cathedral windows quilt I have in progress.

  306. Bea Phillips says:

    Ohhh beautiful colors… would make an “earth in it’s beauty” quilt! Earth, sky and water!

  307. Anita Beasley says:

    If I won these beautiful fabrics I would make a wall hanging for our bedroom. The colors are perfect!!

  308. Brenda C. says:

    I would add those fabulous colors into the memorial rail fence quilt I am making my mom using fabrics of my late dad’s old clothes.

  309. smwright@fuse.net says:

    These colors would go beautifully with an embroidered Flower quilt (in yellows, pinks and reds) my granddaughter asked me to make for her. I can see it now.

  310. These are beautiful fabrics . I would love to win. If I was every so lucky to win I
    would make maybe quilt, a bag, or a shawl for kids that have cancer. I know the color
    are calming, give such soothing ,and healing. I know the possibility are endless.
    I love your show and magazine. I wish everyone luck that enters. Thank-you for the chance to win these beautiful fabric bundle.

  311. Pauline Sawatsky says:

    I would use these fabrics in a quilt for my nephew. He is 6’6″ so I need lots of fabric!

  312. Karen says:

    Love the colors, and I sure could put them to good use.

  313. Marge D. says:

    Beautiful fabrics. Not sure which pattern yet, but I have over 5 years of Fons & Porter magazines on my shelf to help me decide.

  314. Kay Butterbaugh says:

    I am finishing a donation quilt for “quilts for the injured solders, and I think I would make another quilt to donate to our American Veterans. We have a group that is making quilts, and last year the organization delivered over 300 quilts to injured men and women at Walter Read, and the navel hospital in Virginia. I would add some if necessary to make more than one.

  315. Mrs. Cassandra B. says:

    If I won these gorgeous fabrics I would make a lap quilt for my sister while she’s on the chemo machine & a lap quilt for a friend for when he has to have dialysis. They keep the hospitals & dialysis clinic freezing cold! They would come out beautiful & warm with Hoffman fabrics! Thank you for the chance to win. :-]

  316. Rebecca Toman says:

    I would use the fabric because so many relatives to make quilts for and so little time.

  317. Kathy Smitha says:

    I would make a baby quilt using the fat quarters for my new grandson. The blue colors would be a first for me since we have 3 granddaughters & their quilts are all shades of pink! Love your magazine! I have been a subscriber for several years & have made several quilts from the magazines. Keep up the good work!

  318. Renee Freudenburg says:

    I would make a star quilt! Such pretty colors!

  319. Faye says:

    If I won this giveaway, I would make a quilt for my daughter. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway.

  320. Bonnie Loranger says:

    I would put the fabric toward a Judy Nienameyer project. I love batiks and Judy’s creations.

  321. Kathy Harris says:

    I’ve recently started doing Judy Neimeyer’s paper pieced quilts and these shadings of hand dyes are perfect for many of her patterns. So gorgeous!!!

  322. Sally M says:

    l’m a transplant from the rainy British Isles now living in drought-stricken Dallas, Texas and those incredible fabrics inspire me to make something watery — a seascape I think. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to portray the deeps, then sunlit waves and finally their foamy crests? I have more enthusiasm than skill at the moment since I’ve just begun to quilt after 30+years of dreaming about it but your bundle would bring it all to life; from my mind to the sewing table to even a prize winner perhaps! Help me get there PLEASE?

  323. Denise Zuhlke says:

    I would make the batik braid wall hanging for a friend’s birthday.

  324. Terri G says:

    It would be beautiful added to the fabric I’ve collected for my daughter and future son-in-law’s wedding quilt!

  325. Fay Barker says:

    I will do a landscape quilt with these……i’ve been waiting to get the right colors and these seem to fit my project idea…. :-)

  326. WK Boyd says:

    They would be perfect in a quilt that I am making for my daughter. She is a wildlife biologist and I am making a pictorical quilt of animals that she has studied and places she has been. She is in New Zealand right now.

  327. Charlotte says:

    I love these colors and I am already excited to get them. I need to win so that I can show you my work. lol

  328. Kori says:

    Going to make a bag for my mom!

  329. Linda Hall says:

    I’m a beginning quilter. Those are my colors. I’m finishing a quilt for my daughter who’s getting married in July. Time to make one for me!

  330. Sally M says:

    I was so excited, both by the fabric and my idea of how to use it that I got my email address wrong. The second one (above) is the right one. I do hope I haven’t disqualified myself!

  331. Susan Novak says:

    I think I would make a set of placemats for a Christmas gift for a very special person.

  332. Lynn Van Over says:

    Would to receive these fat quarters! Fat quarters are one of my favorite pieces of material. And in May I will be going to a class for paper piecing and would be great to have these fat quarter!

  333. Linda Rich says:

    I don’t know what I’ld make as I never win anything and I don’t even know what a fat quarter bundle is but I am sure I would think of something! I have been quilting a long time and am always amazed at how much I don’t know.

  334. Susan says:

    I would love the batik bundle to make a quilt for my son’s college graduation gift!

  335. Jane McKay says:

    OOOOHHHHH, I would love, love, love to win the fabric giveaway, but don’t tell my husband, as he thinks I have too much already! Thanks

  336. Jimmie Beth Schnoor says:

    If I am the lucky winner ! I will make a quilt to raffle off to help my daughters raise the $2300 they have to raise to participate in the 3-Day breast cancer walk.

  337. Carol says:

    I would love to make a wall quilt in these fabrics.

  338. Judy says:

    I love fabric!!!

  339. Denise T. Vinson says:

    The Fabrics are wonderful !! Should I win this selection from Hoffman I would make a quilt for my bedroom. Thank you-Happy National Quilting Month!

  340. Peggie says:

    If I win the fabric I would like to make a Trip around the World quilt for my daughter. She loves the color green!

  341. Kay York says:

    My oldest grandson is graduating from college and he just finished Officer’s Training School. He will be stationed at Pearl Harbor, driving the CHAFFEE,starting soon. I would love to make him a quilt with the wonderful colors you have shown us. Maybe something representing the sea.

  342. nicole dixon says:

    I’m not sure what I would make, but I have a notebook full of possible ideas

  343. Pat Ivey says:

    I would make a quilt or a jacjet I make baby quilts mostley. I love Hoffmad Fabrics.

  344. Mary Ann Weigand says:

    I am working on making quilts for raffle baskets to raise money for a local cancer hospital and I would LOVE to add this very special quilt made from such lovey fabric!

  345. Doris Martin says:

    I love quilting and sewing! I would love to win some fabric! Thanks for making this giveaway possible!

  346. susanjkonkel says:

    I WOULD JUST LOOK AT THEM AND DREAM!

  347. Kyra Rider says:

    Ohhh, beautiful. I would like to make a wall hanging for St. Pats day.

  348. Margie A Gross says:

    I would use the fat quarters to make a quilt for my sister. We had an argument 2 years ago and have not spoken since. The quilt would be a lovely peace offering.

  349. Binks says:

    Beautiful! These look like great stash builders, and since I’m new to quilting my “stash” definitely needs it. I’d try to make a quilt with it.

  350. Karla Bowe says:

    I would make a quilt. Probably HST.

  351. Evelyn Cox says:

    I’m a beginning quilter. The other day my aunt, who has been like a second mother to me, said she wished she had a “Nanny” (her mother, my grandmother) quilt. All of hers were used until they wore completely out. If I had those beautiful fabrics I would make her a quilt.

  352. Jenny says:

    If I were lucky enough to win one of these gorgeous sets of fabric, I would make a quilt for my friend, whose husband just got stationed at an army base far from where my husband and I are going. I am going to miss her terribly and I want to do something special for her. She helped me be strong through my husband’s first deployment to Afghanistan.

  353. Jeanie Lutz says:

    I will use it for a quilt for my niece, Madison, who will be 18 in June. She loves the greens/blues. My hubby is making her a walnut burl cedar chest and the quilt from me will be inside it. She loves her walnut table that he made for her for Christmas & sleeps with the quilt I made for her parents wedding 23 yrs ago. She needs one for her own memories.

  354. Love the fabrics – would use them for a quilt. I try other sewing projects, but I guess quilting is really my thing. :)

  355. Mary Bornhoeft says:

    I have seen other quilts made with the Hoffman fabrics and think they work up beautifully. I am not sure what pattern I would use at this time, but I am sure it would be a quilt for my daughter.

  356. Kayli says:

    I would love to use these fabrics in a seascape. Can’t you just imagine the waves?

  357. LaDon Tillman says:

    I have loved and used Hoffman prints for about 20 years. I’m planning a quilt for my
    bedroom this spring.

  358. Sue Anderson says:

    Those colors would be great in a bed quilt for the Master bedroom in our house. We just remodeled and need something different.

  359. Margie Akers says:

    I’m thinking “Floral Explosion” in the March/April 2012 F&P magazine would be fabulous in those greens!

  360. Tamsyn says:

    I’d like to try a log cabin. Nice giveaway. Thank you.

  361. Lynda Loomis says:

    I would add it to my stash! Because ………
    “No one expects a stamp collector to use his stamps. No one expects a coin collector to use his coins. So why should I use my Fabric Stash?
    I may not live to use all the fabric I have, but each piece is important. Each item I have represents a dream I have, a dream of making something special for someone. Those dreams keep me going. They give me a reason to hang in there, so I can make this or that for one of the special people in my little world.”

  362. Judy Parkhurst says:

    Love your fabric and tv show.

  363. Pat Derry says:

    Wow, the ideas just started popping….!

  364. Tanzie says:

    I would love this to make an Around the World quilt.. I think that these prints would make awesome panoramic view.. moving in and out.. don’t you???

  365. Helen says:

    I’m ready to start a new project and I have no doubt I could easily choose a pattern with these beautiful fabrics and colors!

  366. Nicole B. says:

    I would make a wall hanging for my new sewing room! Thanks for the chance to win!

  367. Teresa Jones says:

    I would love to do a stormy seas quilt with these fabrics, along with others I have.

  368. Debra Hamilton says:

    I started a month ago on a journey to make quilts for all my grandkids and my children, with the goal of 1 a month. I am on quilt 3. Fabric bundles would only expand my ability to complete this goal!

  369. Debbie Harvey says:

    I’d LOVE to win. I’m trying to plan out what pattern I want to use to make a quilt for our master bedroom. I want to make the quilt first and then to the redecorating of the room, around the quilt design. And I love batiks!

  370. Jennifer Gleich says:

    I would love to win the fat quarter pack! If I won I would use it for a baby quilt for my cousin who is having her first baby in August!

  371. BRIDGET MASON says:

    I would love to incoorporate the colors into a sampler quilt.

  372. Darla Newton says:

    I would love to win the batiks. They are my absolute favorite and being disabled and on a fixed income.. it usually isn’t in my budget to buy these fantastic fabrics. If I win I would make a quilt to be given to someone in my senior housing complex who has just had surgery or a medical problem. Quilts show so much love!

  373. Patricia Zehner says:

    I would make a Bargello designed quilt and donate it to a group gathering quilts for auction for breast cancer awareness.

  374. jMclaughling says:

    I would make a quilt to remind me of the some far-away sea. I miss the water.

  375. Joelene Didora says:

    Batiks are so nice to applique flowers my favorite.

  376. Mary Lou Sprowle says:

    All the fabrics you tell us about, are the best for making quilts and wall quilts ! Thank you so much for your guiding us along to be better quilters !

  377. Rosario Trini Reyes says:

    I can hardly wait to see who wins:)

  378. Joelene Didora says:

    Batiks are my favorite for appliqueing flowers.

  379. Sarah Bailey says:

    If I were to win these yummy FQs, I would make a Lucky Stars quilt…Thanking my lucky stars I won some fun fabrics.

  380. Debbie Brown says:

    Beautiful Colors!! I love Hoffman!! The possibilities are endless! I would love to make a bargello or star quilt. The colors would be perfect and would look so beautiful!

  381. Joyce Young says:

    I love these fabrics and would incorporate them into my Granddaughter’s guilt, for her wedding. They are really pretty.

  382. Gloria Holmes says:

    Thanks for this wonderful opportunity to own these beautiful fabric. I’m not sure what I would make with them right now. I have to touch and feel them for awhile before I could say what I would do.
    Thanks.

  383. I’d find a special pattern to show off the wonderful colors! And then call all my friends to come see!

  384. mary gale alday says:

    i’d like to use these to make a quilt for myself. they’re just my colors and i’m usually making something for someone else.

  385. Lynn says:

    I have a star pattern I am looking at making.

  386. Sunnie Fair says:

    That FQ bundle looks like the start of my first watercolor quilt.

  387. Monika Pearsall says:

    Don’t these colors just speak to being used in a winter landscape wall hanging?

  388. Virginia Holcomb says:

    I would make a quilt for my sister.since I retired I cant afford as much as I use to so this would be great

  389. Linda L McGraw says:

    I love the colors. If I won a bundle I would put them in the Jacob’s Ladder quilt I want to make this year.

  390. Liane Beane says:

    If I am the lucky winner of one of these packs I will use it in a girlfriend challenge that I am participating in. I plan to give it to one of my quilting friends for her birthday!

  391. Patty Wheeler says:

    Would love to have this – a perfect addition to blenders.

  392. Kathy P says:

    Thanks for the chance to win.These are the perfect colors for a log cabin quilt that I will be making.

  393. Nancy E. says:

    If I win this bundle of beautiful fabric, I am going to make a quilt for my son who just moved into his new place! Good Luck Everyone!

  394. tricia scott says:

    Love the colors would make baby quilt

  395. Carla Stewart says:

    Those are beautiful batiks. Pleeeeaaasssseee, pick me!

  396. Carol Johnson says:

    a table runner with the great colors

  397. Shirley Breidenbaugh says:

    Such beautiful colors.Would look beautiful in a lap quilt.

  398. Connie Chandler says:

    If I were lucky enough to win these gorgeous fabrics, I would make a “Bali Bag” type of carry-all for as many friends as possible! :)

  399. Jo Cassar says:

    Happy Quilting Month to all my stitching friends. Love the fabrics…perfect for my great room

  400. Judy Paiva says:

    Ooooo! My favorite – Hoffman fabrics! I can’t remember the last quilt I’ve made that I didn’t give away! So this one I’d keep!

  401. Debbie Aud says:

    I love the colors and would love to win

  402. LaDawna Childs says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win. I would make the spearmint bundle into an Irish Chain table runner! What a perfect prize for St. Paddy’s Month :)

  403. Carol Kolf says:

    This beautiful fabric looks like a landscape art quilt project would be in order!

  404. Nancy says:

    Please, Please, Please let me be the winner of the beautiful fabric!!! LOL

  405. Cathy Householder says:

    I would make a wall hanging for a friend.

  406. Karen A says:

    A new quilt to go in my green bedroom!

  407. Sharon P says:

    Love the greens for any project, however I would use those in a quilt for my living room where I could find relaxation looking at the lovely colors.
    Love the Bali’s the best for all projects.
    Thanks.
    Have a super creative day.

  408. Marilyn Hausknecht says:

    I just saw a new star pattern yesterday that this fabric would be perfect for! Happy March!

  409. Lee Ann L. says:

    I would probably integrate them into project(s). Thank you for a chance to win!

  410. Brigitte Cowan says:

    I have a quilt that these fabrics would be PERFECT for.

  411. Andrea Schnur says:

    I would LOVE to incorporate these colors into one of my quilts I use for my trunk shows- numerous times I am ask “what colors or fabrics did I use” – I first tell them them the original fabrics – but alas… sometimes they are not available.. but they are always my first choice!

  412. rum.carola@hotmail.ca says:

    Iám a new quilter, useing old machines, just got a new one and a new pile of fabric to enjoy would be awesome!!! pick me, pick me……

  413. Sue T says:

    Oh, look at those yummy greens! I see a monochrome quilt in there.

  414. Linda says:

    They look like they could be good blenders for any quilt design I’m working on!

  415. Debi Benton says:

    Happy National Quilting Month! Would love to win this!! I would use these in my Daughters wedding Quilt……………..just beautiful for it!

  416. Phyllis Manson says:

    I would so love this….been wanting to make a small sampler quilt. Thanks for all your fun giveaways~

  417. Wendy Clark says:

    I’d make a prayer quilt for someone going through one of life’s difficult journeys as a symbol of God’s love and comfort. Blessings

  418. Michelle Grant says:

    My child has (finally!) moved out and I am moving to a smaller place. I want to design my bedroom from scratch, something I’ve always wanted to do but never had the opportunity. I was just thinking yesterday that a new quilt in “my colors” would be a great place to start.

  419. Jo Cassar says:

    Good wishes for National Quilting Week…spend soem tome enjoying this wonderful craft.
    I know I will . I’d also enjoy those beautiful fabrics

  420. sieg says:

    What beautiful colors. Would make up into a fantastic wall quilt.

  421. Jackie Hays says:

    I love Hoffman fabrics. Just finished a quilt with this years challenge fabrics and ready to get on to the next project.

  422. Cheryl Hutchinson says:

    Not sure yet, but would certainly be able to use them.

  423. LeAnn says:

    I would make new placemats and a table runner for my kitchen. Great site and even better contests. Thanks.

  424. Peggy Mathis says:

    I would love to have this bundle! I would probably use it for table runner and place mats.

  425. Christan says:

    I have three boys that want quilts, so it would definitely be used somewhere! I am a new quilter and am learning that one can never have too much fabric!

  426. Carolyn Lopes says:

    I would make a wedding gift quilt.

  427. Pat Upton says:

    Those Bali handprints are beautiful! I would make a quilt or something to showcase those gorgeous colors!

  428. Those colors look like water to me, so I will be doing a “STORM @ SEA” quilt.
    Think of the Atlantic Ocean during a really bad storm with a ship being thrown around and the waves slapping the side of the ship. Maybe some grays at the top of the quilt done with strips for clouds. and the monkey wrench blocks between the strips and Strom as the waves that are done in both the gray and green and blues.

  429. karen imwalle says:

    Love the colors of batiks-so refreshing

  430. Bonnie Bolt says:

    I’d love the fabric to make an ocean scene quilt for my mom to remind her of all our beach family trips.

  431. Kathie says:

    I would make some pillows for my granddaughters bed rooms. The just got a new home and this is the first time they each have their own room. :)

  432. Cindy says:

    Oh I’m so happy to enter the contest. I’d make a beautiful table runner and probably some placemats.

  433. Sue Fry says:

    I usually donot use greens, but if I won this I could find a pretty table runner, and make something different.

  434. Angela Dooley says:

    I would make a patch quilt with machine embroidery in about half of the squares and machine embroidery quilt stitching in the other half to secure the quilt layers.

  435. Jennifer Burke says:

    I love batiks. If I were to win, I’d make a nice wall quilt for my new office at work. I have the spot all picked out and everything!

  436. Susan Arntsen says:

    With these shades of green I would piece together a beautiful table runner to remind me that spring is near!!!

  437. Sherri G says:

    These would be perfect for my applique stash!!!

  438. Tonia M. Lantrip says:

    I Just Love Those Colors. I Make Quilts For Everyone And I Think I Just Might Make 1 For My Bed This Time, Just Love Those Greens.

  439. Ann Roadarmel says:

    I would just like to win the fat quarter bundle because I love green and that bundle looks just delicious. I will find something to make. I’m too old to plan ahead.

  440. Linda Gordon says:

    I would use it make a lap quilt for my son and wife. I love the colors!

  441. Elisabeth Weichman says:

    I would love to win these! Not quite sure which of the many quilts I want to make would get these beautiful fabrics. I think I would need to have them in hand to help me decide!

  442. Mardee Dowdy says:

    I’ve been wanting to try out Jennie Rayment’s ideas for a “tucked” quilt – and these fabrics would be perfect! Hoffman is a name I’ve come to trust for high quality and what’s not to love about handprints! Love the colors!

  443. RaNita says:

    Not real sure what I would make, probably a baby quilt since I am just learning to peace them. I would love to win the material, I am sure my quilt would look so much better with coordinating material. Pick me please.

  444. Debbie LaCross says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I think that I would make a wall hanging, something with a nature theme. :)

  445. Debra White says:

    I would make a quilt for my daughter and her fiancé if I win. She bought a house where they will live and these are the perfect colors!

  446. Lacretia Strong says:

    I love the colors, I’m starting to build stash, so these would be a great start.
    Lacretia

  447. Elaine Botka says:

    I would wait to see what pattern I was interested in before saying. The colors are awesome

  448. Nancy Chamberlin says:

    My sew group is making exchange blocks with a beach theme and these would be wonderful. This way many people get a piece of them!

  449. Chris R says:

    I just started making quilts for family and friends and would love these colors to make one for my daughter.

  450. dianna embry says:

    i will have to think about it.

  451. Lacretia Strong says:

    I love these colors. I’m starting to build a stash, the would be a great start. A table runner would be pretty, not sure where to start.

  452. Debbie Stoehr says:

    I LOVE Batiks! Would love to make a quilt for my newest grandson due in July! Thanks for the opportunity to enter and win.

  453. angelica angel says:

    I am just starting out but if i were to win i would use them to help complete the quilt im tryin to make for my son using his baby,toddler,lil man clothes ;)

  454. Jean Pfeiffer says:

    This would be very useful. I have 3 greatgrandchildren and 1 grandchild all under 3 years old. Baby quilts are happening.

  455. Natalie Jenking says:

    I would love to make a miniature bargello using these fabrics. They are beautiful!

  456. Kim Grace says:

    I love to quilt and am helping my son show off his wonderful photography talent but making framed photo transfer quilt blocks. My daughter and I are also wanting to make matching purses and this fabric would be perfect for both projects.

  457. Vicki Musser says:

    I just found a star quilt pattern that I think would look beautiful with those colors!

  458. Linda Stivers says:

    If I was fortunate enough to win these gorgeous fabrics, I would make a quilted, zippered carry-on tote bag. I’ve been wanting to make one from batiks and this collection would be absolutely perfect!! Thanks for another chance to enter and ‘maybe’ win! :)

  459. Lenora Daly says:

    Batiks are my very favorite fabrics….I would make a braid quilt…

  460. dianna embry says:

    i would make a quilt

  461. I have finished my last ufo and all the quilts for family members over the last 10 years. Now it is time to pull out my favorite and make a quilt just for me! These fabrics would look great in that quilt!

  462. Darlene Shreffler says:

    Most of the quilts I make are scrappy. Your fabrics would be awesome in a bargello pattern.

  463. Scarlett Rose says:

    I love greens, so these would be perfect for an Irish theme quilt!

  464. Betty Bredemeyer says:

    I would make a french braid out of these beautiful pieces!!

  465. Laura Littlejohn says:

    I would like to enter the contest. I’m not sure what I would make if I won, but I know it would be something for me since I never make myself anything.

  466. Lesley Gallagher says:

    I would make an Irish Chain quilt with shamrocks on it for my husband and myself. Our two year anniversary is on St. Patricks Day!

  467. Carol Yemola says:

    This fabric would be great for my next quilt. I would love to make one for my young granddaughter. It would be a true labor of love!

  468. jane g says:

    Beautiful! Perfect colors for a quilt at my beach house!

  469. Ilean says:

    there area number of quilts i could use these fabrics in. i have a couple of college dorm quilts i am making, also a baby quilt.

  470. Connie Gauthier says:

    These pretty fabrics remind of the various stages of grass. I would make a quilt for a soldier to remind him/her of the green grass of home.

  471. Kathy B says:

    Love the fabric! Love Fons and Porter LOQ!

  472. Glenda Henry says:

    I love batiks, especially green! I have a lot of ideas…not sure what I’d make.

  473. Linda Kingsland Mulholland says:

    I would certainly use them in a nature inspired wall quilt.

  474. Jolene says:

    It’s my birthday this month!! If I win, I’d have to make something for myself! :)

  475. sue nelson says:

    Gosh, I don’t know….first I have to just stare at them and cherish them and fondle them until I can bring myself to cut them.

  476. Alisa says:

    National quilt month is my birthday month? Fate!

  477. Joanne Lee says:

    I’d make a quilt for my new grandson, who is 2 days old !!

  478. Tina Hynds says:

    I’m just learning how to quilt – would probably make a wall hanging.

  479. kelly gaudio says:

    If I’m lucky enough to win these beautiful fabrics I will make a baby quilt for my new nephew !!

  480. Karon Henderson says:

    If lucky enough to win I would use these fabrics to make tote bags and/or placemats

  481. Lynn Makrin says:

    I would love to make something Bargello-y with those awesome fabrics!
    Thanks!

  482. Cindi says:

    Not sure what I would do with these, but I’m sure I could figure out something!.

  483. MarleneC says:

    As a new quilter I welcome new fabrics to add to my stash. There can never be enough.

  484. Love the batic fatquarters…so much fun with color

  485. Wilma Bittinger says:

    Beautiful colors. I hope to teach my granddaughter to quilt this summer so we would put this fabric to good use, if I win it.

  486. Amy says:

    I’d use them plus my stash (need some red) to make a dino costume for my little dino loving buddy.

  487. Karen Shortell says:

    These fabrics are gorgeous. I would love to use them in a stratus quilt if I won them.

  488. April Lamon says:

    I am not too sure what type of quilt I would make, but I love the colors and all I know is this would be used to make my second quilt.

  489. marinalva damiana alves gil says:

    EU FICARIA SUPER FELIZ, E IRIA FAZER MUITAS ALMOFADAS, OU TALVEZ QUEM SABE UMA COLCHA, OU MESMO PEÇAS PARA DECORAR MEU BANHEIRO, ENFIM A UMA INFINIDADE DE COISAS QUE EU PODERIA REALIZAR.

  490. Connie Wimpee says:

    I would make a ourse, wallet and checkbook cover. Been looking for a set to match. Love your fabrics.

  491. Sheryl Bellamy says:

    Just as I do with all new fabric, I would spend lots of time feeling the fabric and imagining exactly how best to use it. Sometimes I dream about the perfect project. Other times I find inspiration in a magazine or other media that is the “one” I want to make. Such fun having new fabric!

  492. Val says:

    Gorgeous! I would make a table runner.

  493. Amanda Bailey says:

    A quilt for myself since its a pretty green bundle!!

  494. Cindy says:

    These would be perfect for a turtle quilt for my son. He loves greens and he loves turtles.

  495. RJ says:

    I would love to continue making things for family and friends to give them. I am a retired senior and fabric would be a blessing.

  496. Diane L. says:

    I would make a quilt out of this beautiful fabric. Thank you for the chance to win!

  497. Pam says:

    Well can you say “QUILT”…I love fabric, I love fabric, I love fabric…etc

  498. Pam says:

    Well can you say “QUILT”…I love fabric, I love fabric, I love fabric…etc

  499. Ann B says:

    Beautiful fabric! I would love to win these fabrics and incorporate them into a Storm at Sea quilt for my son. He lives in Florida so he has seen many storms at sea so a quilt with that name would be perfect.

  500. Carol says:

    Would love to win and make a quilt for my Aunt. They are her favorite colors!

  501. Joni Gage says:

    Love Bali’s. especially love their blues…what an awesome addition to my glass top dining room table toppper.

  502. Wendy Hallett says:

    ooooooooooooo, B.E.A.utiful! :)

  503. Jeanne Crites says:

    I would use to make a lap quilt for wheelchair patients at our local Missouri Veterans Home.

  504. Linda says:

    Looking forward to spending National Quilting Day playing with other quilters making Quilts of Valor! Hoffman fabrics would make it absolutely perfect.

  505. Debbie S. says:

    I would combine with a few brights to make a spring time quilt for my 80 year old mother. Lovely colors!

  506. Elizabeth Riston says:

    This would be perfect for a “Trees” quilt I’ve been wanting to make for awhile, but haven’t had enough green fabrics to start.

  507. Collette K says:

    I love working with Hoffman fabrics, the quality is unsurpassed and the variety is unlimited. Oh to dream up a project to make with new fabric…! Another quilt, maybe one for my granddaughter or one of my grandsons! So many choices

  508. Rachel garibay says:

    LOVE the colors!!!! They would make a beautiful ocean themed quilt!!!!!!

  509. Phyllis Brown says:

    decisions, decisions,decisions. Not sure just what I would do with it but I know it would be beautiful with these fabrics.

  510. Nancy says:

    Fun fabrics! I would make a table runner.

  511. Shelia Lee says:

    I would love to win these fabrics to make my MIL a thank you quilt for introducing me to quilting and how much I appreciate what she has taught me. (patiently)

  512. Margaret Thall says:

    I have two quilts for men I need to do. These would be a great start. I also want to make a quilt to auction for the animal rescue I work with, Almosthomefoundation.org

  513. Jeanne Crites says:

    Love the Hoffman California Fabrics and if I won, would use to make a lap quilt for a veteran at the local Veterans Home.

  514. Rosemary says:

    I’d make a quilt for a friend who’s going through some bad times.

  515. Jean M. Timmerman says:

    If I were fortunate enough to win I would use the fabric to make a quilt for my bedroom. Something I’ve been wanting to do for quite a while!

  516. Angela Brichacek says:

    Happy National Quilting Month!! What a fabulous way to celebrate with such beautiful fabric. I am sure I would find a wonderful way to use these fabrics.

  517. I would just love to have these fabrics. I would design a special quilt just for myself.

  518. Pamela Davis says:

    I would love to win this bundle. I would make a scrappy quilt using the 60 degree triangle.

  519. Sue Gafner says:

    I would make a table topper.

  520. Anna Whorl says:

    The colors are gorgeous. I would use it to make a fan lap quilt.

  521. Brenda Counts says:

    I would love a chance to win free fabric! I have three daughters who always want me to make them another quilt!

  522. Mary Hills says:

    I love the fabric and there are so many different projects that I could use the fabric in.

  523. Monica Bauschard says:

    Wouldnt it be wonderful to win a bundle of these blocks then to make a choice of what to sew oh to dream – dream big if your going to dream

  524. Bunny says:

    I would make a carpenter star quilt

  525. Mary on Lake Pulaski says:

    I just found out a new grand baby is on the way so I would make a baby quilt and crib ensemble!

  526. Cheryl N. says:

    I would make some kind of star quilt. Thanks for a chance to win!

  527. Kathy Johnson says:

    If so lucky to win the fabric, I would make placemats and table runner.

  528. Linda Lee Callen says:

    How exciting to enter the Hoffman California Fabrics Spearmint Bali Hand Prints Fat Quarter Bundle.

    The colors are gorgeous!
    If I should win, I would definitely make “this” a quilt for myself and it would a first for me.
    Thanks so much for the opportunity.

  529. These colors remind me of Monet’s “Lilly Pond”.

  530. With my fabric i will make 20 lap quilts for a localnursing home. Last year i made 16. Rather than take a name off a tree, this is my way of giving to the elderly. My income is VERY low, 650$ a month, so the extra fabria will really help. Just finishing up with 30 (yes 30) cuttle quilts for ‘Quilts for Kids’. I sell a quilt here and there and that helps me with fabric. I sure hope i can win. Helen

  531. Kathy Dulzo says:

    I fat quarters and I have none in greens

  532. Kathy Dulzo says:

    OOoops should be I love fat quarters and I have none in greens

  533. Susan Weber says:

    These would come in handy because my granddaughter is 11 and is just getting into wanting to make a quilt so these would be a good start to her stash for quilting.

  534. Elaine says:

    What some lovely fabric. I would probably use some to make a new bag / tote and then add to my stash.

  535. Pat Castonguay says:

    I will probably make a Quilt of Valour-Canada. Fat quarters are great for making some quick and easy patterns that the soldiers will enjoy.

  536. I do volenteer sewing and this fabric would really help me, being a very low income person. It is absolutely wonderful that you are doing this. i am quite sure that whoever receives the fabric will put it to good use. Thank You Helen

  537. Beth Baird says:

    The colors would make a wonderful springboard for a child-friendly quilt made by our group, Quilts from Caring Hands. I can see using the cool colors to make it soothing, sparked by some pops of yellow and/or orange for playfulness.

  538. Lisa DeJournett says:

    Would LOVE to have these in my stash!

  539. Cynthia T. says:

    I love the colors! I would make a quilt for my brother.

  540. Judith Geil says:

    What beautiful colors – there are a lot of quilts I can think of to make with this. Would relly enjoy using it.

  541. Carol Boyer says:

    I love these “watery” colors. I would make a water themed quilt bringing a little of the creek outside my window inside my house.

  542. Judith Geil says:

    What beautiful colors – Lots of quilts I can think of to use these in. Very exciting.

  543. Sheryl Cassell-Niles says:

    I so love Hoffman Bali. I have used a lot of of them and just love this colorway.

  544. Linda Vitzthum says:

    Oh, I could see this draped across the upstairs bed in the guest room – colors would match perfectly! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  545. Lynn Havelka says:

    I would make a quilt for my new grandbaby who is due in July. I would also make some quilts for charity as well.

  546. Dot Clark says:

    I always need more fabric.

  547. Joanne says:

    My favorite colors. Great for applique.

  548. Sandra Clark says:

    Luv fabrics — all kinds of patterns, types, and styles. Would love to add this beautiful group to my stash!

  549. Donna says:

    These fabrics will be wonderful in a pieced quilt for one my husband.

  550. Beth Demeter says:

    Please enter my name in the drawing. I have several projects in mind that I could use such beautiful fabric for, but most likely, I would make a wall hanging.

  551. Gloria Lyles says:

    My daughter, her daughter, and my son’s daughter have just begun to learn to quilt. These beautiful fabrics would make a great addition to our “stash”.

  552. Charlotte Hebrank says:

    Love the blues. I would make a quilt in my favorite color.

  553. Diana Hutt says:

    I would make a wallhanging.

  554. Tami Beaulieu says:

    First of all I LOVE FONS & PORTER’S. It is the only magazine subscription I refuse to let lapse.

    I have a pattern for a bag that I think would look awesome in this fabric.

  555. Giselle Young says:

    I’m working on an Ocean inspired quilt to donate to a local non-profit auction in June. This beautiful fabric would really work for my theme! :)

  556. Pam Butler says:

    I have a long arm quilter and am looking for quilt tops to quilt. These fat quarters would be a beautiful beginning for a new quilt!

  557. Yippee! I’m in.
    First, the fabrics have to be admired for awhile. Then, I might use them in a twister quilt.

  558. carol helmlinger says:

    Living on the coast of North Carolina the colors remind me of the ocean. I would make a wonderful quilt for my bed so I would feel I was near the beautiful waters. Hoffman makes the most amazing colors ever!!!

  559. Janice Hickman says:

    Just started learning how to quilt thru classes on line where we are learning a different block each month. I could use the fabric to help built up my stash.

  560. Jamie Landry says:

    I find so many great ideas in the magazines that I don’t know which one to pick,but I’m working on a t-shirt quilt now & could use some of the fabric for borders.(thanks for the chance!)

  561. Barb Colvin says:

    I think those fats would make a lovely backdrop for some floral applique. I’ll raid my batik stash to make the flowers, maybe add a butterfly or bird (or two or three). As for the size, that will depend on what I have available for boarders and/or sashing. With spring just around the corner, maybe I’ll just do a wall hanging.

  562. Kimberlee Broeker says:

    If I am lucky to win I would use this in several projects, place mats, purse, quilts…… possibilities are endless.

  563. Nancy Miller says:

    I would use it in applique for leaves and vines with bright colors or just to make a “green” quilt.

  564. Jan Wojcik says:

    If I’m lucky enough to win this gorgeous bundle of batiks, it will be made into some beautiful purses. Make me lucky!!

  565. Mary Kay Fuhlrodt says:

    Ooohh, I can see it already…. don’t know the name, but its diamond shaped, colors dark to light, back to dark in the middle. Simple yet very pretty! Can’t wait to get started so PICK ME, PICK ME! please….

  566. Kate says:

    I am looking for unique and new fabrics to make tablerunners or small projects to supplement my income due to unemployment. This would help greatly :)

  567. connie Hartmann says:

    Boy I sure could use these fabrics!

  568. Yippee! I’m in.
    After I admire the fabrics for awhile I am thinking maybe a twister quilt or half square triangles.

  569. gladys perry says:

    I wish everyone luck.. this would be great for anyone to win.. Quilting is my favorite past time. I would love nothing more than a chance to make another one. maybe one for myself for once

  570. Nan Long says:

    These fabrics are beautiful. I would probably put them in a fast and furious quilt.

  571. I would practice careful piecing with it – I want to make the Farmer’s Wife quilt and these colors would be a great scheme for that, I think!

  572. marybeth says:

    i would love to win these and make a gorgeous quilt!

  573. Edwina says:

    Looks like paper piecing something fantastic!

  574. Monique Cunningham says:

    These colors would be wonderful for a quilt for my 4 month old grandson. Bargello or fish on a watery background I’m thinking.

  575. This would be great to make baby quilts for all the grand nephews and nieces.

  576. Shirley couch says:

    I love the color blue for quilts. I would use it for one of our charity quilts. Love “love of quilting” magazine.

  577. Collien Kaseberg says:

    Oh, that would be perfect for my “play” room curtain… I’m planning on doing a lone star roman shade. (note: my “play” room is where I sew, compute and other office related tasks, and watch tv).

  578. Doris Willis says:

    I would make a log cabin quilt.

  579. Linda Gephart says:

    I’ve been wanting to make the Amish Buggy Wheels quilt using batiks but these might just need to go in the Coastal Landscape wall hanging I’m planning to do this spring!

  580. Christina Spencer says:

    I’m thinking I’d like to start a sampler quilt. Those colors would be great for some of the blocks.

  581. Marilyn Logan says:

    I can always use another fat quarter to make quilts for children in crisis situations. I currently am making quilts for an organization that works with abused and neglected children. My next group will be crib quilts for unwed mothers who are giving their children up for adoption. So a fat quarter, jelly, or yardage will always be welcome on my shelves.

  582. Betsy Bucsanyi says:

    I have wanted to make a bargello quilt, these fabrics would be wonderful to work with. My birthday is coming upsoon, this would be a nice prize. I hope I win.

  583. Pamela Murphy says:

    Great colors…and do I ever love these fabrics! I have lots of stash that would blend with these to make a lovely quilt for one of my granddaughters! Will be waiting…….

  584. Loren morrison says:

    Love the colours and would use them to make a bed scarf for my bedroom.

  585. Linda Shockey says:

    I would like to win a bundel to make my hubbie a quilt, or my first grandaughter a quilt. I would just like to win! Free material thats like winning the lottery!

  586. Ruth Gilstrap says:

    If I won the bundle, I think I would like to make a quilt for ME! I have never kept anything that I quilted. All were gifts or donations. My New Year’s resolution it to make myself a wonderful quilted something in 2012!

  587. Carol Mulnix says:

    I make baby quilts to donate to women’s shelters and other local charities. Hope to win this bundle.

  588. monica crist says:

    I would like to win these fabrics. I could use them on a quilt called Transparency out of a new quilting book I bought recently called Quilts made modern by Weeks Ringle & Bill Kerr.

  589. Pat McClung says:

    I just love batiks. I would start a new quilt project with these if I won.

  590. Vicki Hendrickson says:

    What beautifule colors, I would make a disappearing 9 patch quilt with this bundle. Thank you for considering me. Vicki

  591. Carol Debbout says:

    I would like to make a quilt for my new sunroom! I love the colors, and would love working with the bali fabrics.

  592. Mona Beck says:

    I love these fabrics, such beautiful colors! I just bought the book, Simply Triangles, by Barbara Cline. I think I’d make one of the patterns in the book. Not sure which one. I have to see the fabrics first.

  593. Lorraine Kish says:

    Since I love genealogy, I am hoping to create a keepsake quilt featuring glimpses of family life over the past six generations.

  594. Carolann Sandone says:

    If I won the fabric, I would put them into a jacket or a vest.

  595. Melons Gramma says:

    I have a new grandbaby on the way! OOOOHHHH the possibilities: quilts, diaper bag, burp cloths, diaper covers, booties…….

  596. Carol OConnor says:

    Wow, what great timing this is…I was just asked to make and donate a raffle quilt for a local Relay For Life team. I am thinking a color wash Trip Around The World would work great with those colors. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric collection.

  597. Carol Carman says:

    If I win this bundle, I would like to try my hand at a bargello quilt. I love the colors. They would surely brighten up our little mobile home. Thanks for the contest!
    Carol
    cicicarman@gmail.com

  598. Kathleen Stanley says:

    I would use them to make my very first quilt. I am just learning the art of quilting.

  599. Mary Swift says:

    Not sure what I would make, I would have to actually see the fabric, it would decide for me.

  600. Amanda says:

    So pretty! If I win this, I will probably make a table topper or maybe even placemats :-)

  601. Lynn says:

    That is some beautiful fabric! If I won it, I would find a pattern that would utilize it to look like water, it reminds me of the ocean!

  602. Mary Jo Parker says:

    These colors are wonderful if I won it would be used for a throw or quilt for my oldest grandson he loves fishing

  603. Leanna Chidester says:

    I would love to use them to make my 2 day old grandson a blanket:)

  604. Elly Nyhof says:

    I have a wonderful applique pattern I’m eager to try. It’s based on a Burmese lotus blossoms. I plan on using all Batiks for the hand applique. The colors in this pack would add a nice dimension!

  605. Joanne Scott says:

    I would make a lovely wall hanging I believe. :)

  606. Sue Chilson says:

    Love this site and love their shows. Material is great also

  607. Jennifer Royston says:

    I would use it in the scrappy quilt I am making for my daughter

  608. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I would love to put these beautiful fabrics in a quilt! They are so pretty!

  609. Sue Chilson says:

    Great site, great women, great quilting and great material.

  610. Kathy Papciak says:

    The blues and greens remind me of an angry sea, I’d make a sea quilt.

  611. Barbara Edwards says:

    17 years ago I was diagnosed with head and neck cancer with unknown primary site. After surgery I endured two months of radiation which knocked the life outa me. I am a nurse and was no longer able to work. A single mom, 3 of my 4 kids still dependent. My sister took us all into her home for several months while I was going thru this valley. I had no income during that time, and have since been on disability, so money is limited. I have been trying to collect enough fabric to make my sister an appliquéd quilt to show her how much it meant to me to take us all in during a very difficult time. These are her colors!! By the way, 17 yrs cancer free! Yay!! Thank you Lord!!

  612. Sherri H says:

    Having started quilting 3 three years ago, I am decorating my newly painted living room, foyer and hall with quilts/wall hangings. These colors are perfect for this project I am excited about doing.

  613. Susan Huggler says:

    I would make some beautiful baby quilts out of these.

  614. Yessant says:

    If I were lucky enough to win, there would be a new bargello quilt being sewn. I love these fabrics!

  615. Nancy Hill says:

    Love the colors I would make a quilt for my daughter

  616. Jan Smith says:

    I would use this to make a quilt for my husband, he does not have one yet, but deserves one.

  617. Barbara Edwards says:

    I have been trying to collect enough fabric to make my sister an appliquéd quilt to show her how much it meant to me for her to take my children and me in during several months I was being treated for cancer. These are her colors!! By the way, 17 yrs cancer free! Yay!! Thank you Lord!!

  618. Kelly Stephenson says:

    I want to do a quilt for our Missions Auction at church. I have the perfect pattern for these colors.

  619. Laurette Beitz says:

    I would make a table centerpiece and matching placemats. I love the green variation on this bundle.

  620. Carla G says:

    I’d use this to make a quilt for my living room! Love the colors! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  621. Luana says:

    I would make a quilt for my granddaughter, as I am making quilts for all three of them. I already made one for two of my granddaughters and am working on one for of of my grandsons right now. Several yet to go!!! Thanks

  622. Carol Y says:

    I just found a quilt pattern for batiks that would work perfectly for these. The colors have to vary from light to dark in a single colorway and there should be subtle to no pattern.

  623. Martha Buchanan says:

    I would use it to make the border blocks for a garden fairy panel. Wow, I’m so excited!

  624. Jessica says:

    I would make a quilt for my husband – we are newlyweds :)

  625. Lisa says:

    I would make a quilt for my daughter. I am so excited!

  626. Martin says:

    My wife wants me to learn… Guess this will force my hand – hahaha!

  627. Cindy Thomas says:

    I love Bali prints. They remind me of my first home- the Philippines. I would love to win. Bali makes such beautiful material. Thanks for letting me enter.- Cindy

  628. Kimberly Redwood says:

    **drool**
    my fabric addiction is making me want these!

  629. Vicki Sullivan says:

    These are beautiful colors and would look wonderful in a Wedding Ring throw to go across the end of our antique bed.

  630. Pam says:

    These fabrics remind me of the ocean. Wouldn’t they make a pretty water scene quilt?

  631. Laura Markus says:

    I love the peaceful colors of this collection. I am doing a big fundraiser in a few months, and would love to whip up a beautiful quilt to raffle off. Would make someone really happy. This collection will blend beautifully.

  632. Pearl says:

    I would love to do a quilt for my daughter . I know she would love the colors like I do

  633. Imogene Hall says:

    I would use these to make a quilt that would go to a wounded warrior or a veteran. I work with a fantastic group of ladies that do just this plus make quilts for hospice, homeless, children of deployed, and gold star mothers (mothers that have lost children in the wars). The fabrics would go to a very good use.

  634. Iva Slater says:

    My, my, such pretty fabrics! If I were to win these, I would share with a group of quilters whom I am teaching to quilt. Quilting is so popular (again) and I want to teach all I have learned from Fons & Porter to keep this craft active.

  635. Pat Morris says:

    LOVE the fabric!!!!

  636. Joan says:

    My stash would be so lonely without these lovely colors

  637. Bonnie Jourdan says:

    I would make my new great grandson a quilt. I think it is awesome to be 58 & have 2 great-grandsons.

  638. Gerri says:

    So many possibilities! I do a lot of wall hangings and would probably use some for that. It would also make a beautiful lap quilt.

  639. Peggy Knue says:

    If lucky enough to win, not sure which pattern I would use but I know it would be beautiful.

  640. Jen Yuhase says:

    I love blue. I think that a purse would go great with spring time blue jeans!!!

  641. Patty R says:

    I would love to mix these in with some reds and oranges I already have and make a fall themed quilt.

  642. Shirley T says:

    Please enter me in the contest. I am always looking for fabric that I can use to make a quilt to donate to a local charity or fundraiser.

  643. Nancy M says:

    Wow! Beautiful fabric. Awesome contest.

  644. Bobbi Mooney says:

    If I win that beautiful fabric, I will make my very first quilt.

  645. Kathi Lukens says:

    I never know what I’ll make until I hold the fabrics and envision something pretty.

  646. Jane Luxenberg says:

    Ii have been experimenting with the new interfacings that allow you to shape fabric. My next project will be a leaf bowl I saw on my new (to me) website, Capital Quilts. Hope I win! I have loved fabric all of my life. Just ask my husband. Thanks for the wonderful magazine and website.

  647. Shelley Thomas says:

    Beautiful! I would make a quilt for my brother-in-law who works hard helping my husband take care of my father.

  648. Debbie Edwards says:

    I love these colors and the fabric is fantatic. I just found the TradeWinds pattern and am itching to get started soon. Keep the inspiration coming.

  649. Leann Thacker says:

    I will be making my first full size quilt in retirement. I will be retiring soon and want to tackle a large sewing project since I have the skill and now will have the time. Thanks:)

  650. Becky Meidinger says:

    I would make a wallhanging for my 86 year old mother who has had some bad falls, and is unable to sit long enough to do much sewing any longer. She loves the blue shades and her house is decorated in blue tones, so a wall hanging with these colors would really brighten her day. I would add some color in the form of some birds as applique, as she is quite the bird lover and watcher as well. Thank you for considering my comments.

  651. Shirley Sauer says:

    Green would be extra special for memorial quilt for my Dad who was a gardener – both vegetable garden and flower border garden.

  652. Mary Giampapa says:

    I am in the process of making a quilt from the Friendship Triangle Exchange from Laundry Basket Quilts. Loving the way it uses up Fat Quarters. The more I have the better the quilt will be. I hope I win!

  653. LeAnne L says:

    I would make a lap quilt for my husband. He likes these colors.

  654. Pauline says:

    If I were lucky enough to win I would halve them with my best friend. Times are tough and this would let 2 of us have some wonderful fabric. We would probably choose a challenge pattern and see who does what with this beautiful stash. (Staring off dreamily.)

  655. Carole Rowland says:

    Can never have enough Hoffman fabric!

  656. LeAnn Bostick says:

    I think I would make a quilt using different patterns with the names of states in it.

  657. Deborah DeBerry says:

    Starting a class next weekend for a quilt called “Hollow Cube” pattern by Sara Nephew. I think this collection would look great as part of that quilt. Hope I win, if not, congrats to the one that does.

  658. Wendy Richardson says:

    Would love to win, would make a wonderful handbag. They would work into a quilt I am working on as well.

  659. Barb Tippetts says:

    I would love to win. I have several projects that I’m working on. 1st would be a lap quilt using applique because I’m trying to learn how to and then I have 3 or 4 more lap quilts to do for my daughter and daughter-in-law and a couple of sisters.

  660. Janet Scanlon says:

    Those are my colors, as well as my daughter’s, who also quilts! If Iwere so fortunate as to win them, I’d either add them to the blacks to make a college graduation quilt for my son, or a quilt for my 89 year old dad to take to dialysis with him 3 days each week!

  661. robin says:

    What a great bundle! I think I would make one of those Wacky Pinetree quilts.

  662. Awesome colors! Thanks for the chance!

  663. Jeannie Zimmerman says:

    I’m not sure what the fabric looks like, but I will use it to make a summer weight quilt for my queen size bed. I love making quilts, but don’t seem to get around to making one for my husband and myself. What a lovely reminder it would be of all you folks! Please enter my name. And thanks for all you do for quilters.

  664. Nora G. says:

    Beautiful! I would make a wonderful table runner.

  665. Crystal Paul says:

    I would use the lovely fabric to create a quilt top for our bed!

  666. Tammala Froman says:

    I there has been a table runner that uses batiks, I have been waiting to find just the right colors of fabrics for. I would put some of these to use in that pattern. I think they would stand out perfectly.

  667. Marnie Houston says:

    If I were lucky enough to win this beautiful Bali Package, I would love to do a Bargello quilt with it. I’ve been wanting to do one but haven’t found the right fabric. This is definitely the right fabric for it! Thanks for the opportunity :)

  668. Deb Jackson says:

    I’d like to make a star wall hanging for my dear son’s fiance. She just loves my work and has been asking for a wall hanging.. These colors would be perfect for it!

  669. Kathryn E. says:

    I would love to make a tropical quilt with the batik fat quarters. It would remind of my honeymoon in Hawaii.

  670. Phyllis Mogensen Kochert says:

    I LOVE Hoffmans! I would pet them for a while, then let them sit & marinate near some quilt patterns, and when they told me what they wanted to be when they grew up, I would make a cute little quilt for a grand-niece or grand-nephew! Thanks!

  671. Linda Belkin says:

    Beautiful batik fabrics. I would love to make a table runner with them.

  672. Catherine Elliott says:

    Beatiful colors! Would probaly turn it into aquilt.

  673. Janice Brittain says:

    I have a 4 patch quilt I would like to make….thanks for the opportunity to register for this! If I win, great…If not, then congrats to the one who does. Looking forward to seeing some unique quilts on your post!

  674. Cynthia Olmstead says:

    I would make a wall hanging for one of our local seniors’ centres.

  675. barbara says:

    I would love to have these beautiful fabrics ! I saw a venetian rose quilt pattern that i think would be wonderful in these !!!!!

  676. Cynthia Olmstead says:

    I would make a wall hanging for one of our local seniors’ centres

  677. Denise Cheke says:

    Thanks for the chance to win these beautiful batiks. I would use them in placemats for my daughter’s table.

  678. ann says:

    im just staring to quilt and loving it i made 10 guilts for xmas presents and y children and grand children loved them.

  679. Lisa Farragut says:

    I would make a beautiful quilt, of course!

  680. yangtsailu says:

    I would make a Lucky Star Quilt!

  681. Mary C says:

    I would love to have these fabrics to use in a quilt for my son.

  682. Sharon K says:

    Currently redoing the master bedroom. I would use these fabrics for a quilt and other splashes of color around the room.

  683. MaryAnn Hufteling says:

    Haven’t the foggiest idea – yet- what I would use the fabric for…I’d just let the fabric speak to me.

  684. I would make a beautiful green Bargello quilt to hang during the month of March.

  685. Rhonda Smith says:

    I would make an Irish Chain with gradations from dark to light from upper left corner to lower left corner.

  686. Jan Wolfgram says:

    Beautiful fabrics – and I have the December/January 2012 issue with the Tropical Radiance pattern I would love to do in those colours.

  687. Elizabeth Kuntz says:

    The fabric is beautiful and makes me think of rainy weather or a stormy ocean. I like simple quilts since I’m not very good yet so it would have to be an easy design to start. I’m not sure of the blocks I would use.

  688. Shirley says:

    Wow, if I am lucky enough to win I would make Baby quilts, I love making baby quilts, also I need fabric to make a double wedding ring quilt for my son……………

  689. Ah, Batiks — my favorite!! I will make a wonderful Hawaiian quilt for my niece!! My plan is to make multiple Hawaiian appliqué squares combined to make one quilt …

  690. Mary LeTard says:

    Would make a couple of purses. Would also use the fabric in a quilt.

  691. Dawn eckert says:

    I love the spray of colors and textures. I would like to make a throw quilt for my northwest themed family room.

  692. Paula K. says:

    If lucky enough to win I would love to make a table runner for my dining room!

  693. Kathy says:

    It is time to start my youngest daughter’s quilt…….so if I should be so lucky to win, I will include them in her quilt.

  694. Shirley Irwin says:

    These are my favorite colors. I would have to see the fabric, hold it, feel it, put it down and come back later to decide what pattern to use.

  695. Mary Cairns says:

    Those fabrics would make a lovely jacket! I would really enjoy wearing it, too! I might even let my sister admire the fabrics too!

  696. Mary Cairns says:

    I would make a jacket with those fabrics.

  697. Jean says:

    I LOVE those colors, if I don’t win the prize I will have go buy some fabric in those colors and make a throw quilt for the Living room.

  698. Annie says:

    I’m a newbie quilter so this would be great to help build up my stash.

  699. Ashley says:

    I’m working on quilted purses for my bridesmaids as presents. These colors would be PERFECT for one of my gals!

  700. kelli says:

    I have no idea what kind of quilt I would make…. :)

  701. Dianne Mills says:

    I would make a disappearing nine patch.

  702. Kay Holm says:

    Oh my gosh, they are beautiful. I am planning a new sampler quilt in batiks and those would be great!

  703. Cristal DeJarnac-Amarillas says:

    I would love to win this, I would use it to make my first quilt. I already have the backing fabric, now I just need to make the quilt front. These are the perfect colors for my project.
    Thank you for this opportunity.

  704. Bev S says:

    I’ve been collecting batiks for a scrappy version of Marianne’s Crossed Kayaks quilt. These fabrics look like they’d be perfect! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  705. Jean says:

    I would love to make a table top for our dining table. Thank you for the opportunity to register for a chance to win the fabric.

  706. monique says:

    Hmmmm. There are so many quilts I want to make it is hard to just pick a specific one with this fabric, but rest assured it would be put to good use.

  707. Linda Kohn says:

    This is a really good contest. I am not sure what I would do with the fabric yet but I would find a great pattern. Thanks.

  708. Mary says:

    I just started quilting in December. There are some many things I want to try – love this color span. Most likely would make a beautiful wall hanging….for my dining room

  709. Barbara says:

    I am still a newbie at quilting and would love to win this bundle. It has all my favorite colors! My daughter has just started learning to quilt and she has fallen as much in love with quilting as I have. I would use them as a project to do together with my daughter.

  710. Mary Smith says:

    Very pretty fabrics! Would make wonderful table toppers :)

  711. Jane Morrical says:

    I would use the beautiful fabrics for a block of the month quilt I’ve been wanting to start!

  712. Kathy Emberley says:

    I’m thinking they would make a great wall quilt. Love the colors!

  713. Diana Vukonich says:

    LOVE it. I would make a sweatshirt jacket from the pattern that I’ve been looking at lately.

  714. Janet L says:

    beautiful! i’ve been looking for the inspiration for my next project! i haven’t done much since Christmas; these fat quarters would be just what i need to get going.

  715. Darrell Hardenburg says:

    WOW!! What gorgeous Batiks and in my favorite color wave too.

    I would use them to make a lap quilt for my mother, who unfortunately is in a rehabilitation center for a traumatic brain injury. This would definitely brighten her world as she works to get better so far away from her family.

  716. Ruth Donahue says:

    I love this month. National Quilting Month – now that is something to celebrate!!

  717. Gail Surrena says:

    The colors are phenomenal. I would use tgem to make something unique: a quilt or perhaps even a jacket.

  718. carol says:

    if Iwin a bundle of fat quarters they will be incorporated into one or more quilts that I make for Quilts for Kids.

  719. Norine LeClair says:

    I have plans for an embroidered christmas/snowman quilt. These are the exact colors I was planning to use. Pick me, pick me!

  720. Angie C says:

    I thinks these would work great in a lap quilt for my dad. Thanks for the chance to win!

  721. sally king says:

    I love fabric and I LOVE Free fabric even more.

  722. Trish Heng says:

    I would make a table runner or two

  723. Rosanne Dutchak says:

    There are many lovely patterns specificly for FQ’s, and seeing as I collect them, it would not be hard to decide how to use them up! I want to make quilts for all of my 4 kids.

  724. Gaile Smith says:

    I will make 2 spectacular runners with these fat quarters one for the dining room table and one for the hutch. Really like Hoffman material and color selections.

  725. Nancy Boccadoro says:

    These are my favorite colors! I am torn between making an oriental style
    drunkards path quilt and a jacket with a mandarin collar. The jacket has
    a definite edge, though, as I love wearing these colors!

  726. Barbara Edwards says:

    My sister Was so good to me and my kids as I went thru radiation. Would like to make her an appliqué quilt to repay her and these are her colors!!

  727. Jenelle Boxberger says:

    Oh My Gosh, they are beautiful. My favorite thing to make is lap quilts or table toppers. This fabric would work for either. Thanks.

  728. Ruth says:

    I love the fabrics- would make a friendship quilt from a pattern of my grandmother’s

  729. I’d love to make a spring/summer bag.

  730. l would love to make a spring/summer bag.

  731. One of my daughters-in-law would love it, I’m sure.

  732. Glenda Christie says:

    Would love to win those beautiful fabrics which would go into a nice warm quilt.

  733. Alice says:

    If I win, what will I make? The possiblities are endless. No matter what, it will be from your magazine and it will be amazing.

  734. Cathy Grist says:

    I work with a group of ladies in Southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada who are sewing “Little Dresses for Africa”. To date we have made over 1500 little dresses for girls in all parts of the world. We would love to be winners of one weekly bundle to include in the next batch of dresses we make.

  735. Sheryl Scriven says:

    If I am have the previlage of winning I would make a table runner for my sister-in-law who loves table runners.

  736. Cheryl Delzell says:

    A quilt for my little guy and his big boy bed!

  737. I would just like to win something always entering never win anything but I do quilt so it would def. go into a quilt.Thank you for the opportunity to win

  738. Patricia A Swatzell says:

    If I won the green fabric I would give it to my friend, Gayle whose husband passed away today after a month long hospital stay. She will be so lost but I hope she can use quilting a way to heal.

  739. V. E. Cole says:

    I’ll make a Bear Claw quilt. Love the green!

  740. JoAnn Weeks says:

    I’d make a baby quilt to wrap around one of God’s gifts.

  741. Emmy says:

    I’d love to make a lap quilt to use with my wheelchair. It sure gets cold here in winter!

  742. Marie Rose says:

    I love these colors! I would make something for my living room or kitchen as these colors would work well.

  743. Jan Gossman says:

    If I win the fabric budle, I’m going to make a pretty wall hanging for our low-income housing group activity room that has an empty wall that needs color! I make a new one every month and am running out of fabrics!

  744. Linda Noe says:

    I love batiks!! I would probably use them in several wall hangings or table runners. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  745. Cindy Petersen says:

    What beautiful fabric! If I am lucky to win, I may have to love the pieces for a little while before I would make a quilt for them.

  746. Av says:

    I would make my daughter who lives 8 hours away from me a quilt so that she wouldn;t miss me so much. It would help her to stay connected. The left over I would donate to the church for graduate project quilts they make every year.

  747. Rita Nowak says:

    take classes at the senior citizen center in Milwaukee and would love to use the bundle for a project we are doing

  748. Ii
    Would have to see in person first im new at quilting

  749. Stephanie Greer says:

    If I were to win the bundle, I would let the fabric speak to me to determine what I would make and where it would go. I love Hoffman Fabrics and I have a whole wall devoted to fabrics, of which at least half of it is Hoffman!

  750. Catherine Elliott says:

    Beautiful colors!I would turn it into a quilt.

  751. Marcia V A Torres says:

    Tones of green, shades of blue
    May I win – not you!

  752. Eileen Lloyd says:

    I would love to win the fabric then I can make gifts for family and friends

  753. Sarah says:

    maybe an Irish Chain quilt?

  754. Pat Hersl says:

    Looks like they would end up in all sorts of things, but I’m seeing some beautifully colored appliqued flowers.

  755. Debbie Grasley says:

    I love the color green~ Not sure what I would do with them, but be assured I will do something. I will have to go through all my books, and there are a ton of them, to check out some new ideas.
    Thanks!

  756. Debbie Toms says:

    I would use the bundle to make my new grandbaby a quilt. We are expecting our first in July!!

  757. Claudia Vergamini says:

    Thank you for your generosity. If I were to win these fabrics, I would make a table runner for our church’s bazaar. All of the proceeds will towards a mission.

  758. Linda Oliver says:

    I absolutely love batiks…..and Hoffman Bali’s are the best….I do art quilts so by using batiks they make fabulous quilts..add some embellishments and you are there…..love them….

  759. carole sullivan says:

    definitely a quilt –probably scrappy stars! that is subject to change :-)

  760. Judith Stimpfl says:

    Beautiful colors. I could use them inseveral of my favorite patterns. I would love the chance to work with these colors and fabrics.

  761. Sue McLaughlin says:

    What beautiful colours!! I would make a “special” quilt for a family member or friend.

  762. Phyllis Laurion says:

    I would make a beautiful quilt! I have been wanting to make a “fat quarter” quilt and this would be my opportunity

  763. Sandi Grodek says:

    After 30 years of giving everything away that I make, I’m going to be selfish and make a quilt for me.

  764. Nancy says:

    Sure has lots of possiblilities

  765. julie nicholson says:

    My patents 50 th wedding anniversary is next year and I am planning on making a beautiful Celtic wedding ring quilt for them!

  766. Chris Herron says:

    My grandson’s second birthday is in September and he is a water baby. Just loves the water, bathtime and the pool! These colors would be perfect for him. I have made several quilts for his 6 year old sister, now it is his turn!

  767. Debbie Turner says:

    That’s some beautiful fabric! If I win I would use it in a family project I’m starting. I will be making a quilt consisting of fabric pieces with hand prints that will be made with some really nice metallic fabric paint. I’ve just about finished getting all the paint but have not started collecting the fabric yet. Hopefully I’ll get hand prints from most of our extended family members from all around the country.

    Now I’ve got to read all these posts to see all the imaginative projects that people have going ~

  768. Aggie Bollhorn says:

    I can see a Celtic quilt with those colours. Has the look and feel of Ireland.

  769. Teresa Hicks says:

    I make baby/children’s quilts to give to new babies at church. Those greens could turn into a froggy quilt!

  770. katie skoog says:

    I already know what I would do with those beautiful fat quarters! My husband and I really need a quilt for our bed! I would do a traditional star pattern but make it look scrappy. Right now we have 2 non matching blankets on our bed that have seen better days! It is actually embarrassing. We have decided on blue for him and greens for me. This would be the perfect start! I have only made one quilt for myself and it is a christmas themed quilt. I would love to start one for us that we can use year round!

  771. If I win the fabric bundle I will design a creative quilt pattern to use it with. BTW: I never win anything but can hope anyway…..
    Iva Nell Morton

  772. Carol Sawchyn says:

    If I am lucky enough to win these beautiful batik fabrics from Hoffman, I would make either a Judy Neimeyer’s paper pieced quilt or a Cheryl Phillips pattern, a quilt without corners.

  773. Tonya R. says:

    Those fabrics seem to say calming and peaceful like the beach or mountians. A warm & beautiful log cabin would be perfect with those gorgeous fabrics.

  774. Edna Henke says:

    I am new to quilting and would love to use this in a “not so hard to do but still beautiful quilt”. It would be perfect.

  775. Maria Kievit says:

    Would probably make it into a tote bag, or even use part of it seeing it is greenish fabric in tree skirts which I have made before with lots of strips of fabric in them.

  776. Mary says:

    I would use more fabric to make quilts for my 5 grandchildren. I only have 2 completed.

  777. Marlene Evans says:

    Blue is my favorite color. Would make a quilt or wall hanging out of the fat

  778. Pam says:

    They are beautiful that I want to swim in them! They make me think of a beautiful ocean with a sandy beach just waiting for you to come and enjoy! I could spend hours just looking at them and touching them and dreaming what I could make with them. The patterns and quilting designs swirling through your mind would be enough to make you giddy and be nearly swoon! Oh the joy of new fabric in loads of beautiful colors and designs. Be still my beating heart, we must wait and hope and pray that those beautiful fabrics will soon be ours!!!!!

  779. Judy Anderson says:

    Batiks are my new obsession! I am sure they would be put in a hand quilted quilt! (My other obsession)

  780. The fabric melds into beautiful designs and colors. If I win the bundle I would use it to make a. Marriner’s Compass design.

  781. Jeannie Zimmerman says:

    PICK ME! PICK ME! I love batiks and I love quilting! Can’t tell you what pattern I would make if I won… I have to hold fabric in my hand and take it where it leads me. For me, it’s all about the fabric. For my husband, it’s all about the comfort of the quilt <3

  782. Marlene Evans says:

    I was in Hawaii several years ago and bought some tropical prints there. This selection of Bali prints would look great together.

  783. Brenda says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. I would like to make a sampler diamond quilt, and I think these fabrics would go well in it.

  784. Maria Inselman says:

    If I should win I would use it in a frog or turtle quilt. I think the colors would be perfect to it. Any baby would be happy to have it.

  785. Norah Pfingsten says:

    I need to make a quilt for my sister. The colors would be perfect.

  786. Maxine R says:

    Lovely fabric would probably make a table runner.

  787. What glorious greens- I think that it would make a beautiful tree quilt-they are glorious. Thanks for the chance to win such nice fabrics.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

  788. Rebecca Kyler says:

    These colors make me think of beach glass. I’ve seen a quilt pattern called “Beach Glass” that I think would be fun to try. I love these colors! I’m a Batik addict so this bundle would feed my need for batiks as well. :)

  789. Bonnie Readie says:

    My Aunt Marge who passed away several years ago always said green is God’s neutral so I would use them in a quilt in her honor.

  790. Earlene Nelson says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I would use them for a swirly bargello table runner from a pattern I have been saving for just the right fabric. This is it.

  791. Terry Sutton says:

    I would love to use them in a quilt for my son. I made a quilt for my daughter last year so I need to find some inspiration and this fabric could be what I am looking for. Thanks

  792. Janis Giles says:

    I’d make a quilt for my nephew who is going into the Army.

  793. Mary Melino says:

    I just got a new old featherweight & can’t wait to start a new project, this would be the perfect fabric!

  794. Marti Parsons says:

    They will make a beautiful quilt for our guild hospice outreach.

  795. Lois Fackler says:

    The fabric is beautiful. I would use it for wall hangings for my daughters for which I have ordered the pattern.

  796. Debbi Biedler says:

    I would thoroughly enjoy looking for the perfect quilt pattern to use with these fabrics. For me there are 3 phases of enjoyment to quilting. The hunt for the perfect pattern, putting the quilt together, and then admiring the finished quilt.

  797. Janet Frank says:

    I use these fat qtrs to make a minature quilt. I’m doing a series of mini’s and matting and framing them to use as gifts through out the years (eg.) house warming, hostess, thank you gifts as well as get well gifts. Hoffman are my all time favorite fabrics…the hand of them is wonderful! Thanks for the chance!

  798. K Williams says:

    I would love this fabric. My 8 year old granddaughter has just discovered some “test” blocks and experiments and these are in her color. Would love to make a quilt set for her. Add some pinkish pops and she would be in heaven! Then another young girl could catch the bug! :-)

  799. Shirley Osewalt says:

    Beautiful fabrics!! They would go great for a quilt I’m about to start for a grandchild.

  800. joyce mosby says:

    I will make a quillow. What lovely fabrics!

  801. Katie Alley says:

    I would make a quilt with my 9 year old niece for her new bedroom. We redecorated for Christmas and she’s decided we need to make a quilt.

  802. Lisa says:

    Wow!!! Decisions, decisions! I think I would probably make a miniature quilt/wallhanging for my guest room. It’s so blah right now and could use some comfort to make my guests feel welcome.

  803. Barbara Stewart says:

    WHICH quilt would take a little research…but I can see a touch of tangerine…..

  804. Dru Ketchion says:

    I would love to win these beautiful batik fabrics from Hoffman, and if I did I would make a quilt for myself as I have made one for everyone else and not me. LOL!

  805. Colleen Bartell says:

    I would use it to make a lap quilt. I am on chemotherapy and am always cold.

  806. Lori Dru says:

    I love the colors and would love to make a quilt to put over my couch so that you could wrap up in it and read a good book,

  807. Kelly M says:

    These are beautiful! I would love to use these in my next quilt.

  808. Marilyn Zearbaugh says:

    I have seven grandchildren and I would use this gorgeous fabric for one of their quilts.

  809. leeann says:

    I will be a first time grandmother this August! These beautiful fabrics would make wonderful baby quilts for my long awaited grandchild!

  810. Cynthia Prewitt says:

    I have wonderful sisters and lots of fantastic grandchildren to choose from. I need lots and lots of fabric.

  811. Jo Mokulehua says:

    I would create a baby quilt that would be donated for an at-risk baby born in a hospital in the islands. This is what I would do with the fat-quarters I win.

  812. Kim says:

    I will be making a quilt for my cousin’s birthday.

  813. EILEEN says:

    These fabrics are lovely. They have a sparkle that needs to be in a star block…maybe a table runner!

  814. Sharon Sauser says:

    The quilts I make are mostly for the Roseburg VA hospital. The colors in this pack look like they belong in an Ocean Waves quilt or a Storm at Sea quilt. Thanks for the give away.

  815. Andrea Franklin says:

    I would love to make an awesome quilt from this fabric! thanks for the opportunity!

  816. Andrea Franklin says:

    I would love to make an awesome quilt from this fabric!

  817. sally jones says:

    I would first, unfold each one and carefully spread them flat with my hands, mostly to feel them, then I would carefully fold them back up, and admire the subtle colors. I will not want to cut them up but my mind would send me a clear picture of a finished quilt. Then I would start cutting and arranging and sewing and have a WONDERFUL TIME until my master piece was finished. I love to dream.

  818. sarah evanko says:

    I am in love with batiks! This selection is so unusual . . . would be wonderful to work with.

  819. Teresa Ross says:

    Ohhhh, I NEED these for my Judy Niemeyer pattern…well, ok, I WANT these ;)

  820. Phyllis Gall says:

    Let’s see…….my maiden name is Mahoney so I would probably make a St. Patty’s something or other. Very pretty greens!!

  821. Marilyn says:

    If I win, I will make a bedrunner for someone at the Personal Care Home in our town to brighten their room.

    If I win these beautiful fat quarters, I will make a bed runner for one of the residents of our local Personal Care Home to brighten their room.

  822. Barb S. says:

    Batiks speak to my soul, I would make a lap quilt and wrap myself it an ocean of comfort.

  823. Kathy says:

    The batiks are beautiful–if lucky enough to win I would like them for an applique project. Thanks for the chance to win this nice bundle of fabric!

  824. Nancy Nehez says:

    Beautiful! I think a radiant star quilt would be stunning in these fabrics! Thank you for the chance to win!

  825. Dorian Stanley says:

    Beautiful colors…a “storm at sea” quilt for a friend.

  826. Tina D says:

    This looks like a good men’s color scheme, perhaps for a soldier care package

  827. Sarah Coyne says:

    Fabric always makes me happy! Please make me very happy!!!!

  828. Wienerwane says:

    I see deep forest landscape quilt with snippet forest floor! Or space. I know the fabric is luscious. Would love to win.

  829. Julia Thoel says:

    Wo knows what I would make. I would probably change my mind a dozen plus times. At the moment the answer would be a table topper.

  830. Carol Berg says:

    I love that color combination of batiks, and would make a quilt for my daughter.

  831. Jan says:

    Anyone who doesn’t need more fabric?

  832. Michelle T says:

    I love, love, love the colors! I can already see the Storm at Sea quilt that these would be perfect for!

  833. Amy says:

    I would make a quilt for my husband

  834. Lisa says:

    If luck shines on me to allow me to win the fabric, I would love to make a star quilt to hang on a wall in my living room to remind my family of our loved ones that haves passed on to the stars in the sky. On each star I would like to embroider their names.

  835. Judy says:

    These are one of my favorite colors, this would be a great prize, would make a beautiful stain glass pattern……..

  836. Patricia Ann Robertson says:

    I just finish drawing a quilt pattern I named Block Party and since a block party is held outside and these are earth tones, the bundle would be great.

  837. Margaret Snyder says:

    You can never have too many batiks!

  838. Karen Younts says:

    I would make a quilted purse. Thank You.

  839. Berna Beckers says:

    I need a little inspiration for a new wall hanging. bali prints should do the trick.

  840. elaine kohler says:

    this would encourage me to maybe try a more difficult quilt. (or maybe not smile) Easy ones are really my speed right now, but lovely fabric is nice tohave.

  841. Lois says:

    I would love to incorporate the bali handprints into a quilt–not sure what pattern I would use but I know it would look great!

  842. Jan Thompson says:

    Every year for the last 4 I have made and donated a quilt to out local volunteer ambulance squad. I have promiced them 5. I would use if for next years quilt. It would be beautiful. I have the pattern picked out. We live in a small town of about 480 people 70 miles from a Regional Hospital and our ambulance is VITAL! We make about $1100. a year on the quilt. I could use it! Thanks for the giveaway. Jan

  843. Sandra Green says:

    I would use the fabric to make a quilt for my daughter’s best friends wedding in July. Thanks for the chance to win!

  844. Mary Carroll says:

    I love the Dresden Plate quilt, and would make one for my granddaughter.

  845. Elizabeth Fuller says:

    If I were given these fab fabrics, I’d sit right down with all my dog-eared Fons&Porter quilting magazines in my lap, and search for the perfect quilt that would compliment the beautiful colors. This quilt would then be given to the Wounded Warrior Project, that provides comfort quilts for wounded warriors right out of the field. I’m a Marine Mom to two active duty Marines, and married to a military veteran. Service to our country is a given in our family, and this is my way to give back using my gift of quilting.

  846. Leiann Heid says:

    I would love to win those fabrics. I would use them in the Popsicle Sticks pattern by Terry Atkinson and give it to my daughter who loves those colors.

  847. Debbie Rogowski says:

    I’m new to quilting also and choosing fabric is one of the hardest parts of quilting. I think I would like to do a simple light and dark type quilt with these if I win. But I think that I probably will sit with it while I look for just the right pattern

  848. Jerry Beavers says:

    If I won, I would make a table topper. Love the color combination.

  849. Jacqui Sheppherd says:

    I have a paper piecing pattern that is dying for these beautiful fabrics or I have a mystery block of the month quilr that would look great in those fabrics too.

  850. Linda Shaver says:

    Those fabrics are beautiful. Love Fat Quarters. If I win this bundle I’ll make Mom
    a Lap Quilt and a Tote bag. I’ll quilt it on my LA machine. Fun in the sun!! Thanks,
    Fons & Porter…..love your shows!

    Linda Shaver

  851. Karen says:

    A baby quilt for my 1st child due in July!!

  852. Mary Ellen says:

    These are my absolute favorite colors. These fabrics are yummy. I would make my grandaughters some bed runners with these.

  853. Ruth Alf says:

    This collection of fabrics is very beautiful! If I was the lucky winner of these fabrics I would use some to make lap quilts for our Prayer Shawl Ministry at church and use some for a wall hanging or other special personal project. To the winner — enjoy & have fun creating!

  854. Karla says:

    I would use the fabric to make my first quilt. Having a whole pack pre-picked would take all the stress out of picking colors/patterns that go together.

  855. Mary Grady says:

    These are beautiful. They’re exactly what I’ve been looking for to make a graduation quilt for my nephew!

  856. Nancy Danish says:

    It would be nice to make a new quilt for my mother.

  857. Linda Vrieze says:

    I would make a Fall quilt/banner for Fall Women’s Retreat then put it in auction to support overseas mission work.

  858. Karen Oakes says:

    I believe those fabrics would go beautifully in an “Irish Mist” quilt pattern I have that I’ve been wanting to make… and would if I won. :-)

  859. Charlene Kennett says:

    I would very much like to win this bundle of fabric. I have been wanting to make an Ocean Wave and think these would work perfectly.

  860. Lorraine Irvine says:

    My sister was born at 11.59 on 16 March but always wanted to claim St Pats day as her birthday. Green everthing with her.
    I could use these lovely green fabrics to make a nearly St Patrick Day birthday quilt.

  861. Laurie Ryder-Billsbrough says:

    I have some more greens and blues that would compliment those perfectly in a Starburst quilt for my sister! She just happened to say that “IF” I happened to have any leftover greens that it sure would look pretty in her bedroom!
    Thanks again for the chance to win one of your beautiful collections!

  862. Barbara says:

    Will Work For Fabric. What a surprise it would be to win.
    Sew on Girls!!

  863. grace heil says:

    can you say baby storybook quit?

  864. grace heil says:

    how about a quilt instead of “quit”. i never quit a quilt!

  865. Tanya says:

    I would use this fabric in a long overdue wedding quilt for my husband n I. We have been married 16 years. Its about time.

  866. Kim M says:

    I love these colors. Blues and greens are my favorite. I just made a throw with Hoffman Ice tea batiks and it was beautiful.

  867. Diane Luhrs says:

    Perfect colors for a quilt for the RV

  868. Natalie Van Wagoner says:

    If I am lucky enough to win the fat quarters,, they’ll go into a charity quilt- twin size that will go to a new VA hospital to open soon in our area. We want enough twin size quilts to go on each vet’s bed.

  869. Marti says:

    A beautiful baby quilt would do it!

  870. Vickie Van Dyken says:

    What beautiful colors! I just checked off one of the items on my bucket list!! I have now been to all 50 states. I just went to Hawaii and I think I should make a quilt for my hubby, of the ocean we saw while riding around on a Harley!!! That is the way to see Hawaii and the colors in this bundle remind me of the sea.

  871. Marge D says:

    Gee I think I would use those beautiful green fabrics to make my son Patrick a quilt to take away to college.

  872. Marsha Gustafson says:

    I have several nephews and a niece whom I plan to make quilts for them. Their parents are also on my list for making a quilt. The colors are perfect for them.

  873. Being a new quilter, I don’t have any idea yet what I would make. It would be fun to make a quilt to donate to our youth group to raise money for their mission trip this summer.

  874. Christy says:

    I’d love more fabric! Yes, I admit it, I am a fabriholic.

  875. Kathy Medlin says:

    I would make a quilt for my grown son. He’s been begging for one since I started quilting a few years ago.

  876. ritainalaska says:

    st patrick’s day is my b-day … the colors in this lovely bundle would make me a gorgeous quilt for myself! a norther lights bargello would be perfect!

  877. Sheila H. says:

    I am busily getting ready for quilt camp, planning all the bags I will make.
    What a wonderful addition these fat quarters would be.

  878. Maxine Reece says:

    I have been saving a pattern called Bali Kaleidoscope by Eliza’s Backporch Designs and these fabrics would be perfect it. I drew my nephew’s name for Christmas this year and that would make a wonderful gift, if I could bear to give it away.

  879. Donna Rioux says:

    My sister is a huge fan of yours and she loves batiks! So I would pass it on to her and tell her to make something for herself. She is always making things for other people. I know she would come up with something wonderful with these colors!

  880. Karrie says:

    I would love to use the fabric for a triple chain Irish quilt!!

  881. Loettea Rush says:

    I get lots of great comment when I make my vests from Hoffman batiks. To win a bundle would give me a good start on a new vest.

  882. Anne Walliser says:

    The fabric would be wonderful to win. I am always looking for new fabric to make quilts and art clothing.

  883. Karen Knapp says:

    I’d make a friendship quilt for one of my co-workers who is battling cancer.

  884. Patty Miller says:

    I have just started teaching two young grand daughters to quilt and they are loving it!
    I would use the fabric with them. They enjoy selecting fabric from my fat quarter and charms stash. And I love watching them getting into the selection process. One is 12 and the other is 8 years old. They really get into it! It’s a dream come true for me! Thanks for the opportunity to try to win some fabric! You ladies are wonderful!!

  885. Mary Schnell says:

    I would make a table runners for the my dressers and a topper for my nightstand.

  886. Karen says:

    If lucky enough to win one of these, I would make a foot warmer for my bed.

  887. Tina says:

    In 10 days, I finally get to go meet my almost-2-months-old first grandchild (a grandson)! I would love to put together a few fabric books for mommy/daddy, both sets of grandparents and the remaining great-grandparents to amass our bragging rights (pictures of the new star)! A personalized, quilted bible cover wouldn’t go amiss either.

  888. Carol Hinkle says:

    Love the colors, will probably use to make table runners.

  889. Cindy VanDonselaar says:

    If fortunate enough to win these beautiful fabrics I would love to create a ‘Friendship Braid’ or ‘Lucky Star’ pattern quilt. Happy quilting to everyone!

  890. Andrea Park says:

    This lovely fabric would likely get mixed with others and go towards pillow covers and a quilt for daughter #2.

  891. Rozlynne Goyer says:

    I love these fabrics…and the colors are just wonderful. I would share the fabric with my two best friends, and we would make a fabulous quilt for someone who needs it..we have so much fun together…what an awesome friendship we share..

  892. Lies wijnnobel says:

    Ik zou er een mooie plaid van maken voor mijn dochter en mijn schoonzoon. Omdat ik zoveel van hun hou. En zij meer dan 2 uur rijden hier vandaan wonen.
    Lies

  893. Betty B says:

    Oh I would maybe make a quilt using one of your patterns in the Fons and Porter magazine. Love the colors.

  894. Debra Poe says:

    I love batiks and these would go with my stash for my Hawaiian quilt or the Bento box that I want to make. Thanks for the opportunity to possibly
    win!

  895. Sandra Trepasso says:

    I take pictures of my grandchildren outside. Then use that to do colored pencil drawings of them. Then get them into frabic to use on quilt. The Fabric would be the perfect background for my grandkids pictures. I had not made up my mind on background for them, but the minute I saw it I knew that is what I need. Thank you for the opportunity.

  896. Janice Michaux says:

    a quilt for my BFF.

  897. Kewana says:

    I would love to win these fabrics! If I won, I would love to make a bargello quilt with them!

  898. Barb Goff says:

    After collecting quilting tools for years, it would get me moving to make my second ever quilt. What a motivator!

  899. Roxanne Ludwig says:

    i want to make a linus quilt, i think these would be lovely fabrics for that.

  900. Kathy Street says:

    If I win, I will make a quilt for my cousin’s wedding gift. I saw a very pretty pattern that this color scheme would look great in.

    thanks for this great chance to win some beautiful fabric.

  901. Brenda Boysel says:

    Lovely material I’d probably make a quilt for my daughter these are in her color range.

  902. Susan Roberts says:

    I LOVE batiks! I desperately want to make a Storm at Sea quilt with batiks. I could make a small one with these. Good practice for a bigger one!!

  903. Gail Barabasz says:

    I would make a woody quilt for my husband. These beautiful colors remind me of the mountains in the morning.

  904. jaf says:

    I would ake a lab quilt for y mom who is getting a pacemaker today she always cold world greatest mom!!!

  905. MissC says:

    I would make a quilt for my bed.

  906. Catherine Garretson-Bilnoski says:

    Those are just lovely.

  907. Rose says:

    Please enter me in the giveaway, I have to study the fabric and it will tell me what it wants to be.

  908. Betty says:

    I have been wanting to make a dragon quilt These colors would be perfect so pick me me me

  909. Brenda says:

    I would add it to the Double Wedding Ring quilt I’m making for my son’s wedding next summer!

  910. Patty Beckley says:

    The colors are wonderful! I would love to make my husband a quilt with the fabric.

  911. Jean says:

    I’m always making quilts to give away. The greens are wonderful, and I’m sure I could find a good home for a quilt with those colors, giving it to someone who would really appreciate it.

  912. Susan says:

    I would probably use them in my batik sampler quilt, that I downloaded from your free ebooks. Thank you!

  913. Mary J Bachman says:

    I would make a darling baby quilt using your fabric bundle and my embroidry programs. I have tons of baby applique programs to use if I win.

  914. Mary Janice says:

    I love batiks and I would love to use these colors in an art quilt.

  915. Marcia Petty says:

    This fat quarter bundle is absolutely gorgeous. If I would be so lucky to win, I would make a throw size quilt to snuggle under when napping. When you sit/lay with your favorite color, you rest/relax better. I would call it my “therapy quilt”!!

  916. Patria says:

    I would like to enter the contest and if I am chosen as a winner I would use these batiks with the Royal Pecock fabric I just ordered to make a quilt with my first batik fabrics. I love batiks but they are so expensive that I always wind up spending my fabric budget on other fabric to add to my stash thus getting more for my money. These colors would work well with the golds and aquas in the peacock fabrics.

  917. Luanne Gingerich says:

    I absolutely love this collection! I would use it to make a quilt for my son’s best friends wedding the end of May. I really have to get going on this and winning would be great as now I just have to find the perfect pattern!

  918. Edie Beal says:

    I’ve just started planning a wedding quilt for a nephew and his sweetie. Would love to include batiks.

  919. Patricia Kelly says:

    If I were to win this fabric I think I would use it to start sprucing up our guest bedroom. The room has a blue comforter and may need some pillow shams and maybe some new pillow cases. I might even put up a blue quilted wall hanging. I have many ideas.

  920. Joyce Ensey says:

    What beautiful fabric. I would use them in a lap quilt and the scraps in a table runner.

  921. Zelda Burrows says:

    I would use the beautiful colors of the fat quarters to make a quilt , then donate it to the North Henderson High School Band program as part of their fund raising events- to support their Band program.

  922. Katrina Adams says:

    Oh, I love these! My favorite color is green!
    If I were to win, I would use the Crazy Eight pattern
    that I have.

  923. beth says:

    Love these colors, would be an awesome storm at sea!

  924. Revai Barrett says:

    Im new to quilting but if I won i would make a quilt. Me and my husband are newly married and I’ve been wanting to make something special for our home that will be there for years to come.

  925. Teresa Bennett says:

    No project in mind but it will be gorgeous with those colors.

  926. ry k says:

    If I won I would make a hand appliqued Hawaiian wall quilt.

  927. Candy Garrido says:

    Oh, something fabulous! Our guild is having a Mystery Table Runner workshop…these would work wonderfully!

  928. Hannah says:

    If I have the pleasure of winning, I think I’ll use them in a table runner for my Grandma. Those colors would go perfectly with her dining room! :)

  929. Doris Sumrall says:

    Beautiful colors. I would make a patchwork vest.

  930. Debbie says:

    I will make a wall quilt for my daughters new apartment. She needs some color on her wall to homey it up.

  931. Charity McAllister says:

    I would make a quilt with it.

  932. Phyllis Anderson says:

    Looks like the beginning of a beautiful Storm at Sea!

  933. Gloria C says:

    I am sure I will find just the right pattern for the FQs… a quilt, pillowcases , wall hanging… table toppers…

  934. Sally T. says:

    I never know what will inspire me next. Sometimes the fabric itself ‘talks’ to me. There’s always a new pattern to try!

  935. Mary Cairns says:

    I will make a taqble runner.

  936. Shanna says:

    I would probably use the gorgeous fabrics in a star sampler quilt if i were to win them.

  937. Carol Ann says:

    I’d love to make a Jewel Box quilt.

  938. Donna Rubin says:

    May use the fabric to make the quilt from the block of the month series currently playing on Craftsy!

  939. M.J. says: