Scrap Quilts Fabric Giveaway: Closed

We are excited to show you the quilts in the Scrap Quilts magazine from the editors at Fons & Porter. Many of the scrap quilts featured in this magazine have alternate size charts for your quilting convenience. Click the magazine cover to browse through the quilts before the magazine is on sale. You will also get to see the winning quilt in the Scrap Quilts Quilt Contest, Fiesta. Get your Scrap Quilts magazine at ShopFonsandPorter.com as a print or digital issue.

Please tell us which quilt you will use most of your fabric stash to make. Enter your comment in the comment box below and enter to win a 1930’s reproduction fabric fat quarter bundle.

Two lucky winners will be chosen at random. The contest will close at midnight on May 31, 2013. Good Luck!

Your comment will not appear until it has been approved by the moderator. Thank you for participating.

This contest is now closed, congratulations to our 2 winners:
Crystal M: Kaffe’s garden at night.
Melanie D: The strippy pyramid looks like a pretty nifty one that I’d love to try out! How did you know 1930’s reproduction fabrics were my favorite?


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1,322 Responses to Scrap Quilts Fabric Giveaway: Closed

  1. Cheryl says:

    Oh some of these look perfect for a baby blanket for me new granddaughter I just found out is due in October.

    • Roxanne Ende says:

      Looks perfect for scrap quilts that I am going to make for our remodeling of our pop up camper! <3

  2. I’d love these! They would fill a void in my stash & would be great with some blocks that I was given by a friend who found them at a garage sale.

  3. Veronica Puskas says:

    I have a butterfly quilt in mind for my daughter. She loves butterflies and the fabrics would be great for appliquéd butterflies.

  4. Stacey Heredia says:

    I would love to make the Broken Dishes quilt I think that’s what it’s called. My grandma was a quilter for many years and she lived in the 1930’s I would make it for her.

  5. Barb Stover says:

    Strippy pyramid

  6. I love reproduction prints and use them often.

  7. Susan Peck Knueven says:

    I would use the fabric to cut my Accuquilt Gingham Dog and Calico Cat and Critters for all my Project Linus quilts!

  8. Angie Pierce says:

    :D

  9. Michelle Gibson says:

    I want to do a keleidoscope quilt from your site…..These would be awesome in it.

  10. Karen says:

    I am new to quilting but I would use the 1930’s reproduction fabrics to make blocks from that period.

  11. Paula Westbrook says:

    I would love to make the Carrie Nation fat quarter baby quilt! I collect 1930’s fabric, and have made seveal Queen and King sized quilts already! I have made a a couple of 9-patch quilts, a Dresdon- Plate Sunflower quilt, and am in the process of making a Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt!

  12. Jane McCreery says:

    I would like to make the Easy Peasy quilt for one of my grandsons.

  13. Marilyn Logan says:

    I think repro 30’s fabric would look great in the “Feeling Groovy” pattern as featured in the magazine. I am partial to that pattern and I think it would look great in the Churn Dash blocks.

  14. Christine says:

    I would like to do a log cabin or courthouse steps quilt for my wonderful husband! A great way to use scraps!

  15. Dana Womack says:

    I think I would have to make a fun baby quilt with that wonderful fabric.

  16. Lisa Ramirez says:

    I would like to make another quilt with the pattern of “Fifty Four Forty or Fight. I made one years ago for a friend and now I finally have the time to make another for myself.

  17. Maureen Peart says:

    While I like them all, the strippy pyramids stand out to me! I guess I like the crisp clean look of it.

  18. Judy Urban says:

    Love the fabric would love to make a quilt with it. Will have to look for the magazine.

  19. Rose Ann Bybee says:

    I love retro fabric!

  20. Christy P says:

    I want I want I want!!!!

  21. I love the retro look of these fat quarters!! They would make a beautiful spring/summer quilt, not sure of the pattern I would use..yet!..but it would be very much fought over by my grandaughters!!

  22. I love to make scrap quilts and would make good use of these fabrics.

  23. Kay Dieterich says:

    I like the Carrie Nation Baby or the Positively Simple. I would love to try either of those.

  24. kbo says:

    Hmm toss up between the “feelin’ groovy” or “strippy pyramids” patterns. Those fabrics would stand out in either one.

  25. Athena says:

    Scrap quilts are my favorite quilts! They just always seem to have extra love!

  26. Debby says:

    I like the Carrie Nation baby quilt.

  27. Marianne says:

    Love the fabric, Love your periodical, love watching QNNtv.com, ok enough, just thanks for the chance to win this fabric, have a nice day from Northern Japan, Marianne

  28. Lynda Gray says:

    I would love to use these fabrics in a baby quilt for my new baby girl granddaughter on the way. They would be perfect.

  29. CindyD says:

    Four patch puzzle – I love working with squares.

  30. Sandy says:

    I think this fabric would be perfect for a Grandma’s Broken Dishes quilt.

  31. Suzanne says:

    can’t choose one from the magazine….like several…easy peasy, grandmas’s broken dishes are 2 like.

  32. Sally says:

    I have a pattern in mind for these 30’s fabrics

  33. Carol in E TN says:

    Ring Around the Fat Quarter! Thanks for the giveaway.

  34. Sarah Coyne says:

    I would use them with the Positively Simple scrap quilt pattern.

  35. Pamela Wynfield says:

    Although I love the Fiesta quilt, it’s looks a bit intensive. I could see myself doing Color Study and Grandma’s Broken Dishes, well, and then there’s Strippy Pyramids…I love scrappy quilts!

  36. Becky Burdick says:

    Definitely would make the pyramid quilt. Love retro fabrics.

  37. Sarah Coyne says:

    Positively Simple quilt pattern.

  38. Debra Gibbs says:

    I really like the scrappy pyramid quilt…which is odd because I don’t normally like modern quilts.

  39. Janice Wolhart says:

    It would be great in a butterfly quilt or maybe one with hearts. Love the colors.

  40. Pat says:

    Love retro fabric and would spend many happy hours planning a perfect project

  41. Gretl Dixon says:

    A spring themed quilt with kites, pinwheels, and butterflies

  42. Helene Secord says:

    Pyramids!

  43. Linda Twitchell says:

    Beautiful fabric, it would be fun to use to make a quilt for some special little one. Scrap quilts are a great way to use up bits and pieces. Going to have to look for that magazine. Thanks for the opportunity.

  44. Kim Manning says:

    Positively Simple Quilt pattern!

  45. Sylvia Hilborn says:

    I would use the material to make the Weavers quilt. I have been planning to make a quilt with a white background, and this quilt fits the bill perfectly. It is a very appealing and refreshing pattern.

  46. Helen says:

    To use up my stash, I would do Ring Around the Square.

  47. Cindy says:

    I like Grandma’s Broken Dishes. Would be fun to do it in solids or prints. Thanks for the chance to win.

  48. Marianne says:

    Strippy pyramids, I think…

  49. Susan K says:

    I think these fabrics would make a great girly quilt. I like the triangle quilt on the cover.

  50. Lainey says:

    Strippy pyramids

  51. Nancy Shelley says:

    I would love to win these. I am currently working on an applique Southern Ladies quilt using 30’s reproduction fabrics.

  52. Sara Ann Agnor says:

    LOVE Kaffe’s Garden at Night! I have been wanting to make a black backround quilt for a while now, love love love this :) The 1930’s fabric bundle would look great for a Mother’s Lil Helper apron block wallhanging that I want to do with 30’s reprint fabric, kind of as a tribute to my Mom who always wore an apron that she had made.

  53. Kaffe’s Garden at Night

  54. Kelly G says:

    I think I would use them for the “feeling groovy” pattern.

  55. Nancy Barger says:

    Would love to win this. Keep up the good work.

  56. Vicki Sprain says:

    Butterflies, of course! :)

  57. Melanie Varela says:

    Oh my…so many good options for this fabric…I know I would sit on it for months before cutting!

  58. Connie Johanson says:

    Great lookin’ fabric that will make some GREAT LOOKIN’ QUILTS!

  59. Sue K says:

    Any pattern you can make with 30s fabric is a happy quilt. I just finished up two, already to start another one…would love to use the fabric in the giveaway. Pick me!

  60. CJ Micek says:

    I would use these to complete some blocks my Mom embroidered before she passed. The quilts will be presented to her great grand children. Thanks

  61. Laura Williams says:

    I have always wanted to do a 1930’s quilt of butterflies with a pattern from that decade.

  62. Lovie Ball says:

    Love the quilt on the cover. Equalateral triangles are my current addiction. And boy do I have scraps to use up.

  63. wilma says:

    I have always admired your technique and learned so much from f&P. I would be thrilled to win the fabric or anything. Thank you for the opportunity.

  64. Mary Singleton says:

    The 1930’s fabric would probably look better with the Easy Peasy quilt but the Four Patch Puzzle just jumps out at me.

  65. Cathy B says:

    GREAT fabric! A Dear Jane sampler.

  66. Donna Chaves says:

    Ring around the square caught my eye right away, but was hard to pick just one!

  67. Joni Gage says:

    Haven’t a clue what to do, but love the colors, so vibrant and refreshing.

  68. DebrafromMD says:

    Strippy Pyramids would be my choice.

  69. Lisa Hodge says:

    I am new to quilting but the fabrics from past times are what got me so intrigued into quilting. :)

  70. Lee Ann says:

    I would probably use them in a mixed depression quilt. I made one in dark colors and have wanted to make in light colors, these would be perfect!

  71. MaryAnn Elliott says:

    Feelin’ Groovy. Love it!

  72. Deb T. says:

    I would love to make the Strippy Pyramid quilt.

  73. Alice Vigil says:

    I like the Weavers-Modern Fat Quarter Friendly Quilt. Something about using traditional fabrics in non-traditional patterns is very appealing to me.

  74. Glenda Burch says:

    Such pretty colors for spring and summer!!!!!!

  75. Barbara Garris says:

    Love the Feelin’ Groovy quilt….it looks like the perfect place for some of my stash!

  76. patsy main says:

    I would use the fabric to do “Feelin’ Groovy”.
    The fabrics would shine and make a very
    cuddly quilt for my granddaughter.
    patsy

  77. Bonnie Pfrimmer says:

    I like the Starlit Path. I have most of these colors in my stash and the ones I don’t have I will be forced to go buy. LOL. Thank you for sharing.

  78. Karen says:

    Grandma’s Broken Dishes would be my choice of quilt to use this fabric.

  79. Alene Fosler says:

    I just love the Ring Around the Square and Family Traditions quilts, I love to use those colors. BUT I also LOVE reproduction fabrics!!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  80. Jeanette lee says:

    My favorite fabric stash. I have made butterflies
    And bunnies, frogs and fishermen. I think
    This time it will be Scottie dogs!

  81. Pam Burks says:

    I just love all the quilts. My mind keeps me dreaming about colors and designs. I love that I have a gift for sewing.

  82. Deborah Simonick says:

    Very pretty. I would love them

  83. Maryellen says:

    I think Starlit Path would be fun in 30’s prints. I do love that design. I also love the classic Feeling Grovy. It’s just fun! Thanks.

  84. Janet Hoy says:

    I would like to make a wedding ring quilt with those fabrics.

  85. Cynthia says:

    I don’t have much of a stash but these are so pretty!

  86. Christine Sherman says:

    I like the pyramid one. i’m on a BIG triangle kick right now. Just purchased your pyramid ruler and love it!

  87. Marilyn S says:

    I love the quilt on the cover!

  88. Vicki says:

    I love Kaffe’s Garden at Night with the repro fabrics!

  89. Kim McNeil says:

    I would like to make a quilt to send to Moore to be given to one of the victims of the Monday’s tornado. I like the Four Patch Puzzle–Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt.

  90. Cathy Haynes says:

    I think I’d like to make “Grandma’s Broken dishes”!

  91. Lyn Kaufmann says:

    Great fabrics. It would be fun to try them in the “Stripped Pyramids”.

  92. Jenny says:

    “Feeling groovy” – would me my quilt of choice!

  93. I love the colors .I would use it to make Positively Simple quilt. I would also add some soild colors to it. Thanks for the chance.

  94. “Feeling groovy” would be my quilt if choice !

  95. Carylanne says:

    Just recently used a bit of new vintage fabrics, again. years ago I used them for vintage aprons, this time for a table runner. Love to see these up close and personal in my sewing room.. any quilt with hexies, pinwheels or HST will be wonderful for these fabrics. but then you already know this factoid.. lol

  96. Brenda Wall says:

    The fabrics would go so good with what I have. I can see them in Easy Peasy Blocks and or Four Patch Puzzle.

  97. marjie gorman says:

    I can see me doing a one patch quilt for my best friend’s new grandaughter.

  98. Janet Frank says:

    It would be Fiesta! I love all the bright, bold colors…& that’s what I have most of in my stash!

  99. Angy says:

    I would definitely try the Fiesta quilt… just the name sounds like fun

  100. Chris Johnson says:

    Been thinking about scrappy quilts lately, and these fabrics would be the perfect.

  101. Maggie Potter says:

    I think these fabrics would look lovely in any kind of quilt.

  102. Sara says:

    Easy Peasy would be so fast to make up but I’m forever drawn to any pattern with half square triangles so Ring Around the Square would probably win.

  103. Janet says:

    It would be great to win .. Would help me get motivated to do more quilting. I would use the reproduction fabric in Weaver pattern. I like the contrast of old print and new pattern. :)

  104. Connie M says:

    Love this bundle

  105. Cathie Scanlon says:

    I think I’d like to try Feelin’ Groovy from the new magazine.

  106. JENNY L PUTNAM says:

    SCRAPPY MAKES THE QUILT ! GOOD LUCK TO ALL!

  107. Connie M says:

    I love this bundle

  108. Suzanne Nelson says:

    It’s hard to pick but with my scraps I think ring around the square wins my vote. At least for the first one to make. :-)

  109. Gaila Coursey says:

    I have always wanted to do a basket pattern.

  110. Karen A says:

    I like the strippy pyramids. It would be great with bright batiks on a gray background.

  111. Linda Tunnell says:

    I would have to give it more thought….I tend to have to think things over before deciding on a project and colors.

  112. I just bought this magazine today…sew excited! I think I would use the fabric to make “Feelin’ Groovy” I love, LOVE churn dash.

  113. judy says:

    I think these would make or a good start of a double wedding ring. Judy

  114. Karen Mayberry says:

    Starlit Path, but it is hard to say.

  115. Bonnie Hill says:

    Something retro

  116. Rina says:

    I would make Starlit Path or Kaffe’s Garden at Night from this stash.

  117. Monique Belmer says:

    Love the Starlit Path!

  118. Patty Ghering says:

    I would make the easy peezy block quilt!

  119. Mary Grant says:

    Love the Strippy Pyramids quilt, looks like it would be fun to make.

  120. Susan Noble says:

    I am going to be an aunt again twice over….a baby boy in Sept and a surprise in Oct so I need to make some baby quilts! This 30’s bundle would be great for both. Love retro fabric!

  121. Melanie Day says:

    The strippy pyramid looks like a pretty nifty one that I’d love to try out! How did you know 1930’s reproduction fabrics were my favorite?!

  122. Denise S. says:

    I would love to do the Grandma’s Broken Dishes but I also have a partial Grandmother’s Flower Garden that needs more fabrics, Gotta love those grandma quilts.

  123. Sue Bowers says:

    I have not done any quilting in more than a year and I am soooo ready to get started on a quilt. Maybe it will be Strippy Pyramids or Feeling Groovy, I love them both.

  124. Anda says:

    Feelin’ Groovy would look awesome in this fabric collection! awolk at rogers dot com

  125. Shirlu K says:

    I would make the Grandma’s Broken Dishes or Kaffes Garden at Night. They would look great with 1930’s fabric.

    Thanks!

  126. Marilee Sherwood says:

    I just love the Carrie Nation baby quilt….would look great in 30’s prints

  127. Jenny Moore says:

    I think that I would like to do four patch puzzle in these fabrics. Would love to be a winner. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  128. Billie Hilliard says:

    I would love to make a jelly roll. I have always wanted to do this

  129. Judy L says:

    Love scrap quilts and that is the majority of what I quilt-choosing little pieces of my favorites and figuring out how they best go together is fun!

  130. reminds me of my grandmother.

  131. There are so many quilts I want to make that I have to get serious and start making them from my stash with a little help here and extra fabrics. The 30’s fabric will fit right in and I’d love o do an old time snowball quilt with the cardboard pattern that was my aunts from the 60’s.

  132. Kathryn Phillips says:

    I think I would make either the Fiesta Scrap quilt or the Four Patch Puzzle quilt. They both look great!

  133. Janice A. says:

    I love retro fabrics and would love to plan a new project around these fat quarters. They are beautiful!

  134. Peggy Lipinski says:

    I have the perfect pattern for that fabric!!

  135. Peggy Lipinski says:

    I have the perfect pattern for this fabric!!

  136. Laura says:

    Kaffe’s Garden at Night!

  137. Beth says:

    I love the Strippy Pyramids quilt! I want to try that!

  138. Lydia Delmont says:

    Lovely

  139. Kathy Rasberry says:

    I’m a beginner, so I’m thinking the Easy Peasy quilt would be my choice.

    Thanks,
    Kathy

  140. Celeste Hauser says:

    I think I would make Strippy Pyramids or Grandma’s Broken Dishes or Feeling Groovy or…maybe I would just have to make them all! They are all so beautiful!!

  141. Fiove Casilio says:

    I would make the tea cup design quilt.

  142. Chuck DeBono says:

    Scrappy quilts are my favorite, thank you for the chance to win ! chuck

  143. Carolyn Reed says:

    Would just love to include these fabrics in my donation quilts. Thanks

  144. Pam Vikingson says:

    I love the quilt on the cover. While it is called a strippy pyramid modern. It is so fresh looking and would be a beautiful addition to a beach home.

  145. LeAnn says:

    I think Feeling Groovey would make a good dent in my scraps, if not I could make one of each..lol.

  146. Linda Baima says:

    I would make either the Carrie Nation baby quilt or Kaffe Garden at night with this fabric and some from my stash. I love the Grandma’s Flower Garden type guilt, but am afraid of the hexagons.

  147. Susan Stanton says:

    I would choose Ring Around the Square. I like the play of the light and dark fabrics.

  148. Sue Pockrandt says:

    I love the Starlit Path quilt, scrappy quilts are my favorite!

  149. Nancy Harvey says:

    Scrap quilts are my favorite to make.

  150. Rosemary says:

    Easy Peasy Blocks would be my quilt of choice.

  151. Cecilia says:

    I like the Strippy Pyramids quilt. I love the triangles. Thanks for the chance to win.

  152. Carmel Elliott says:

    I would make a Baby scrap quilt with the bundle. 1930’s prints make really beautiful Baby Quilts.

  153. Phyllis Manson says:

    Family Traditions–Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt…. WOW!! It is my favorite….

  154. Denise Inman says:

    I love the scrappy look of “Grandma’s Broken Dishes”. My husband also really likes scrap quilts. He calls them “Grandma Quilts”.

  155. Wanda says:

    I would make something for my daughter who graduates from high school on Sunday. She gets to choose the pattern.

  156. Angela Fisk says:

    Maybe a Flower garden quilt with this fabric should I be lucky enough to win. I haven’t done a traditional Flower Garden yet…..we’ll see. :)

  157. Linda Trappe says:

    I love the retro fabrics & I would be interested in trying the Jacobs Lader pattern with those beautiful prints.

  158. Linda Trappe says:

    I would make the Jacobs Lader pattern.

  159. Christine Frost says:

    Currently working on a 30’s 8 point star quilt! I am in need of additional 30’s fabrics and these would be a welcome addition. I’m almost out of what I have.

  160. Janis Giles says:

    Color Study or Strippy Pyramids. Great patterns!

  161. Jean H. says:

    The four patch puzzle quilt looks interesting – ’30s fabrics are my favorites so I’d have no problem adding more scraps from my stash.

  162. Jan Evancho says:

    I have a vintage inspired postage stamp quilt in mind for my bedroom, embellished with bits and pieces from some antique dresser scarves from my mother’s collection. It will be incredible.

  163. Debbie Pearson says:

    I would like to make a wedding ring quilt. My grandmother made one for me 40 years ago and some of the fabrics are so similar. Absolutely beautiful!

  164. Jacquie says:

    I love Ring around the Square. I love thirty’s fabric so that would be a great addition to my stash.

  165. Jackie Sennish says:

    Ring Around the Square….definitely that one!

  166. Gwen W says:

    I love Fiesta, but Strippy Pyramids looks like fun too!

  167. Ruth Taylor says:

    I’d like to try the scrappy triangle quilt – it’s a fun look.

  168. Jenny Fifer says:

    The strippy pyramids. Love all the colors.

  169. Sandi Hagen says:

    Think I’d do the pyramid!

  170. Lois Oberg says:

    I think it would have to be “Feeling Groovy”. Just looks like a cute pattern for 30’s fabrics.

  171. I love old fashion materials ….. I’m currently working on a quilt with old fashion materials that my Grandmother and Mother pass down to me, having more old fashion prints would really go well with the quilt that I’m currently working on
    ~~ Thank you~ :)

  172. diane says:

    Ring Around the Square looks great!

  173. LINDA says:

    MAYBE ANOTHER PYRAMID…

  174. leah miller says:

    Grandma tought me this pattern for a scrap quilt, just recently I found a updated version of this quilt. I would love to try it out.

  175. Patricia Hersl says:

    Had to get no further than “Family Traditions.” Happy time!

  176. Angie Feldt says:

    Weavers – a modern quilt my daughters will love!

  177. Nicole W says:

    I would have to say that I like the Garden at Night and the Weavers Fat Q Friendly quilts. So pretty!

  178. Cynthia Mendez says:

    I think id probably use them to make a dresden or a scrappy, im partial to scrappy quilts because i think they “feel” traditional and make me feel happy :)

  179. tammy lynn says:

    family traditions quilt, definitely! thx for the giveaway:)

  180. Maryl Willard says:

    LOVE to make baby quilts. Just finished a zig zag quilt in 30’s repro prints

  181. Susan S says:

    I like several of the quilts but am most interested in the 4 patch Puzzle Quilt. Thank you for offering this contest.

  182. Beth B says:

    I like Kaffe’s Garden at Midnight.

  183. Susan Gibson says:

    Strippy Pyramids looks like it will be a fun quilt for my granddaughter.

  184. Kathy M Boice says:

    I could not get the contents of the new magazine to come up by clicking on the cover. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE 1930’s prints! I would make a scrappy lap quilt and a doll quilt if there was enough left over scraps from making the lap quilt.

  185. CY says:

    I really like the Carrie Nation Quilt, and the reproduction fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win.

  186. Rob Kepka says:

    You never know when a particular fabric will inspire a project. It just may be in the next collection I win. Thanks for the chance.

  187. StasaLynn says:

    My daughter just told me that she loves the soft colors…… so I’ve been looking for 1930’s reproduction fabric…… I was going to make an hour glass quilt for her – with these fabrics and a beautiful white on white print….. for her. So winning these would be AWESOME!

    Thanks

  188. Chriss says:

    Love the ‘Weavers’ quilt and think the retro fabric would add an interesting twist to this modern quilt.

  189. Ruth Roach says:

    I like the ring around the square quilt and 30’s fabric

  190. melinda says:

    Loving the strippy pyramid quilt, tried to like the others, but I’m on a pyramid binge at the moment and have always preferred working in 30’s fabrics, just give them the grandma feel.

  191. Louise says:

    Would love to make a scrappy baby quilt with these.
    Like the Carrie Nation quilt.

  192. Marsha Bullwinkle says:

    I would like to use them to make the feeling groovy pattern.

  193. Elizabeth Storck says:

    I would make the Weavers pattern with these colorful timeless fabrics!

  194. Jamie Brooks says:

    I would use the 1930’s fabric scraps with the Positively simple pattern. I love the simple layout of the quilt, and feel it would best highlight each of the fabric patterns.

  195. Dawn says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I would make the Monkey Wrench quilt, or the Strippy Pyramids quilt. Both are gorgeous and it would be hard to choose between them!!!

  196. Deb Rayman says:

    Easy Peasy Block Quilt would be the one I would do.

  197. Joan Jakubowski says:

    The Strippy Pyramids would help me to reduce my 30’s stash, especially with the addition of this NEW collection!

  198. Diana says:

    They are all beautiful but I certainly make Positively Simple!

  199. Joan Horkey says:

    I would make the quilt on the cover, Strippy Pyramids. Love it!

  200. LeighZ says:

    Would love to make a Strippy Pyramid quilt!

  201. Margaret says:

    I could make a dozen ‘strippy pyramids’

  202. Elaine Edmonds says:

    Would like to make a baby quilt out of the fabric. It would be beautiful.

  203. Sandra Chrane says:

    Flying Geese

  204. katyp says:

    I love the Weavers Modern quilt…I hope these fabrics would look good with it….they are so yummy

  205. carolyn white says:

    I would make either the Strippy Pyramids or Weavers because they are in the “Modern” family and I am really starting to like the freshness of those quilts. The negative space is refreshing! I haven’t made a Modern quilt and these fabrics would give me the opportunity to do so. Thanks for the contest!

  206. RuthAnne says:

    Love those Repro’s! FABULOUS!

  207. Mary Ann says:

    I like them all, but my favorite is Grandma’s Broken Dishes.

  208. Margaret Lawrence says:

    Hands down, it’s got to be “Feelin’ Groovy”! Love the quilt and love the fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win!

  209. Diana D says:

    I think I would make your cover quilt Strippy Pyramids cause I have lots of whites left from another quilt project and smaller pieces of lots of colors. Thanks!

  210. SHERRY says:

    My choice of the patterns in the book: Weavers–Modern Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt.
    It would be great for strips and other scraps. Wouldn’t it look great with my stash of 30s fabrics? In fact it would also be a perfect pattern for kiddie fabrics or batiks or …
    Thanx for the opportunity to add to my stash!

  211. Jenelle Boxberger says:

    Love the fabric bundle. I would probably use them in “Positively Simple” quilt. I think they would look great in that quilt.

  212. Joyce Kattine says:

    As always, I had a hard time ‘choosing’, but I really like Ring Around the Square. I want to make every pattern I see…..

  213. Carolyn Knight says:

    I would make a sun bonnet Sue. They would be great for that.

  214. Becky says:

    These would make a beautiful dresden plate baby quilt. They are awesome.

  215. KimR says:

    I love 1930’s fabrics!! Thanks for the chance to win. I think I would make the Carrie Nation Baby quilt.

  216. cindy says:

    1930’s fabric is my absolute favorite!!

  217. Definitely the Strippy Pyramid caught my eye. Against the white sashing all the scrappy fabrics are highlighted.

  218. Claudia Curtis says:

    I would make a Dresden Plate baby blanket for a friends baby.

  219. Linddylou says:

    I love love scrap quilts and with reproduction it would make a beautiful baby quilt. The classic bricks and block is one of my favorites.

  220. Rhonda Casey says:

    Starlit Path and Strippy Pyramids are very pretty quilts and they look like they would be fun to make, especially using the 1930’s fabric. I’ve always want to make a quilt using that fabric line.

    Thanks for the chance.

  221. maria wiegel says:

    I would make Kaffe’s Garden at Night.I have been dying to make a quilt with repro fabrics.This would be my first.

  222. I would love to win 1930’s fabric to give to my best friend.

  223. LORRAINE ROWELL says:

    would love to win please pick me i am working getting enough for quilts for fire victims

  224. Janet T says:

    Love Kaffe’s Garden at Night!! Also, Weavers, Fiesta, ……… They are all great quilts!

  225. Dale Wallace says:

    Sunbonnet Sue is one of my favorites for 1930 reproductions, the pattern I use her dress is made with fan wedges.

    • Judi Reiss says:

      You mentioned that you use a sunbonnet sue with wedges for the skirt. I am searching for a pattern I saw that has the skirt in wedges and is set with Irish Chain blocks. Is this the one you are writing about? If so, what is the name of the pattern and where could I buy a copy of it?

  226. Louise says:

    I think I would like to make a grandmothers garden with the hexi’s or a Dresden plate quilt with the reproduction fabrics.

  227. Carol Wahlgren says:

    I still love Yellow Brick Road by Atkinson Designs. Those fabric would make a great quilt to make and send to Ok. kids who have lost their homes and everything they own.

  228. Kipi says:

    Definitely Scrappy Pyramid!

  229. Susan says:

    I am in the midst of making a strip pieced scrap quilt! Already done piecing the top, now working on the borders!

  230. Cheryl Greenleaf says:

    I really like the “Feelin’ Groovy” quilt in the magazine. It would make a perfect gift for my sister.

    Thank you for sponsoring this giveaway.

  231. Jacqui Bridges-Sheppherd says:

    Feeling Groovy and Family Tradition both make me want to go do a churn dash quilt. But I do like that weaver pattern, too!

  232. Kathleen says:

    I want to make a special quilt dedicated to my mother who had dementia. She loved Christmas and humming birds. I am currently working on a quilt with ballerina appliqued.

  233. Wilma Searcy says:

    If I should be fortunate enough to win these beautiful fabrics, I would make Grandma’ Broken Dishes. (I really need to start a new project! LOL)
    However, I would also use a piece of each in a charm quilt which is currently in progress.

  234. Sandy says:

    I would have to make Kaffee’s Garden At Night..

  235. Sandy says:

    I like the great instructions and mostly easy patterns.

  236. lorenza says:

    mi piace il disegns moderno ,farei il quilt Weavers–Modern Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt

  237. Jo Ann R. says:

    I like both the Scrappy Pyramids & Weavers, can see both of them using up lots of scraps!

  238. Donna says:

    I vote for Kaffe’s Garden at Night for myself. However, a win would mean my donating to our Linus group as we are out of money and almost out of fabric.

  239. Silvia says:

    My daughter would love the broken dish quilt!!!

  240. Sallie says:

    Ring Around the Square

  241. Joan H. says:

    I’d like to make a baby quilt in the Feelin’ Groovy pattern

  242. Carolyn Mills says:

    I would make Ring Around the Square.

  243. Debbie P says:

    There are so many great quilts in this issue! I know I would use up my stash to make a bunch including Carrie Nation, Feelin’ Groovy, Kaffe’s Garden, Strippy Pyramids, Weavers and Ring Around the Square! They look like they would be fun to do!

  244. Mary-Frances Reavey says:

    Feeling Groovy seems to talk to me. . maybe it’s a throw back to growing up in the 60’s. . I have lots of scraps from wedding quilts I’ve made over the years that it would be a nice homage to the family members. (and something I’d keep for me!)

  245. Brenda Johnsen says:

    A baby quilt for a coworkers first granddaughter.

  246. Rachel Simler says:

    I will use them to create several t-shirt quilts for some amazing graduates!

  247. Samantha Johnson says:

    I love the bright, cheery colors. I would use these pieces to experiment with 3-d quilting. I can see bright pops of flowers and butterflies on a neutral background! :)

  248. Kathy L says:

    Strippy pyramids looks like fun. Thanks for the chance to win.

  249. Susan Weber says:

    I would use the fabric to make a backing for the 1930’s quilt I have squares for. Would love to get it finished as this one would be for myself.

  250. Catherine Wood says:

    I would so love these. With four kids I can’t always afford fantastic fabrics

  251. Sherry Whalen says:

    I like the strippy pyramid.

  252. Marian Mathewson says:

    I like all of them, but I am drawn to the last 2–pyramids and weavers. I love scrap quilts!!

  253. Marlene Slone says:

    I would make Grandmas broken dishes.

  254. Sherry Miller says:

    Would love to wind this

  255. Kathy Rice says:

    wow another great idea magazine all are awesome hard to choose, thanks for the oppertunity to browse it

  256. Janet says:

    Would make a throw quilt to use at our cabin!

  257. Carol Shively says:

    I would use them with a black setting like the “Garden at Night”. I normally use white or a color, but with the vibrancy of the ’30’s fabrics, I think the black would make it really pop.

  258. Genevieve says:

    I love 30s fabrics. after looking at all the yummy quilts I know that a scrappy pyramids would look great using them. Thanks for the chance to win!

  259. Brittany says:

    I would love to make a lap quilt for my Grandmother who was born in the 30s. Beautiful fabrics!

  260. Rose Ann Bybee says:

    I love log cabins!!!!!! 30’s are also my favorites!

  261. Charlotte White says:

    The baby quilt by Carrie Nation would be great in 30s fabrics. 30s fabric are my favorite. They remind me of the dresses my Grandma made for us out of feed sacks .

  262. barbara says:

    I love the strippy pyramids quilt! I’m a volunteer for Quilts for Kids and that would make an awesome one.

  263. Pam Carroll says:

    Would love to have the beautiful fabric. Just found out on Mothers Day that I will be a grandmother again in January, so excited so will use it for a baby quilt

  264. Ruth DeVine says:

    I love the reproductions, I am gathering fabric for a Grandma’s Flower Garden quilt and these would be wonderful for the flowers!

  265. Jane McKinney says:

    These are a fun set of fabrics! I’ve been wanting to do a small (wall hanging) Lone star – I can see it now… :)

  266. Amanda B says:

    I would love to do the Color Study or the Weavers. :)

  267. Marcia Ford says:

    I would love to make Kaffe’s Garden at Night. I am designing a quilt for myself that combines Dresden Plate with Irish Chain, with appliques and fussy cuts. Combining traditional prints with batiks, as I am both old-fashioned and modern.

  268. Teresa LaraiA says:

    Too many to choose from.. Maybe if I win it will come to me– maybe a reproduction of my grandmothers double wedding ring? Hummm???

  269. Wendy says:

    I think these would make a great quilt for my grand daughter who’s arriving in September!

  270. Debbie Pearson says:

    I love the ring around the square quilt.

  271. susan b says:

    So cute

  272. Jayne Griffith says:

    I would make the strippy pyramid.

  273. Becky says:

    Would love to make a Hanky Panky quilt with these! :D

  274. Gloria Reeves says:

    Would love to use these fabrics to do Carrie Nation baby quilt. That would be a very awesome baby gift.

  275. mary jean says:

    I make quilted handbags! Would love to have this to sew a retro one!

  276. Carol Carman says:

    I would either make a nine-patch variation or a Log Cabin variation (my two favorite blocks). Please enter me in your giveaway. What pretty prints!

  277. Lynn Hill says:

    I went and visited and elderly neighbor just yesterday and she showed me one of her Sunbonnet Sue quilts and it inspired me so when I win I would have to make one of them too!!

  278. Beth Green says:

    Either Grandma’s Broken Dishes or Feelin’ Groovy – thanks so much for the giveaway! Love your magazine!

  279. Cheri Funk says:

    I like the Carrie Nation quilt. Most of my stash is bright colors for baby quilts so this pattern would work well with what I have. Also, I live in a town that has a Carrie Nation festival and was a town where she actually marched through and detroyed some of the illegal bars in town.

    • Hi Cheri,
      How interesting! When I was looking into the history of this block I came across pictures of Carrie Nation and her ax. I thought it was a little heavy for such a sweet little baby quilt but I love the pattern. I’d love to see a pic of yours with all your brights when you’re done! Happy stitching,
      Tonya

  280. Chris Johnson says:

    I’ve been haunted by a gorgeous antique 1930s quilt I saw two years ago while visiting Pennsylvania, and this fabric would be the push I need to reproduce it.

  281. Mashelle says:

    The four patch quilt looks fun right now, they are all beautiful.

  282. Melanie greenway says:

    Feelin Groovy makes me feel exactly like that! Happy quilt.

  283. Libby Mahaffey-Haytas says:

    Would make grandmothers garden with thrust lovely fabrics. Thank you!

  284. MaryAnn Elliott says:

    Oooh! I have the perfect quilt for using these.

  285. I would use the fabric to make Dutch Girl quilt.

  286. Vicki contreras says:

    Stripy pyramids

  287. Terry Sams says:

    I would make the do the Carrie nation baby quilt in the 30’s. I love 30′ because its so cheerful.

  288. I like the baby quilt.

  289. They look great for a baby quilt. I have just donated some to Project Linus and want to make more. Thanks for the chance to win.

  290. Vickie says:

    I LOVE 1930s fabrics! Though I work with other fabrics, it’s the one I come back to all the time!

  291. Faye says:

    I think some of my stash combined with the reproduction fat quarters would make a beautiful Strippy Pyramids–Modern Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt from the new Scrap Quilts! Thanks for the chance!!

  292. Courtney Contreras says:

    I like the sunbonnet sue.

  293. Barbara T says:

    I really like the Weavers–Modern Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt which I would like to make into a baby quilt with my bright scraps. Would also look great with the bundle of 30’s FQ’s that I am going to win. LOL

  294. Sharon DeGrave says:

    It is so hard to choose – they are all wonderful patterns! I think I’d have to challenge myself and take on Kaffe’s Garden at Night.

  295. Peggy Moller says:

    Getting a new granddaughter in July so it would have to be a baby quilt.

  296. Cindy Gise says:

    Love the colors and patterns. I’m thinking a fan quilt would be perfect for these fabrics!

  297. Party Happel says:

    Love the cover quilt on the magazine! Thanks for the chance to win

  298. Kim Manning says:

    Easy peasy is the quilt I would like to do!

  299. Joan says:

    Weavers Digital Pattern looks like so much fun. Would use up a variety of small pieces I have laying around.

  300. Linda Towles says:

    I’d love to make a lap quilt for my daughter with this fabric. Thanks!

  301. Nicole Burchfield says:

    I have a new niece coming in August and these fabrics would be sooo amazing to make a beautiful quilt for her!!

  302. Lisa says:

    Love these!!! Dresden plate for sure

  303. Cindy Keery says:

    The Beginner Sampler by Marla Pinchin.

  304. freddie powell says:

    I would make a kaleidoscope quilt -definitely…btw, May 31st is my birthday. =)

  305. Michelle James says:

    Would love to make a quilt like my grandmother used to do, these fabrics would definitely make it feel like an older quilt.

  306. Sue says:

    I was going to comment to win the fabric but I hope Cheryl wins and uses it for that baby quilt.

  307. Phyllis Manson says:

    Positively Simple–Easy Modern Scrap Quilt… would love to do this one~ Love the retro fabric!!!

  308. Julie says:

    The Front Cover! Strippy Pyramid Rocks! :)

  309. Jillian Smith says:

    I am working on a yo yo quilt that’s what i would use them for

  310. Beth Dial says:

    What beautiful colors. They remind me of some of the fabrics that my Mom used to sew my school clothes. Would love the chance to win and pass along a quilt to my Grandkids. Thanks!

  311. Karin Lind says:

    Farmers Wife

  312. Renira Larsen says:

    I would love to use this fabric in the “Feeling Groovy” pattern! The fabric is beautiful and I think this would look amazing! I have just the place for this fabulous quilt and it would definitely be a keeper, since most of my quilts have been made to give to those special people in my life! :0)

  313. Roxanne Hartwig says:

    I will use the fabric to add to my collection to make Eleanor Burns “Egg Money Quilt! ”
    Thanks for the chance!

  314. Bunny says:

    Carrie nation baby quilt for sure

  315. robyn jones says:

    Grandma’s broken dishes or Starlit path. I like them both.

  316. jacque burns says:

    A string quilt would be so perfect for a baby quilt

  317. Colette DeGroot says:

    Either Kaffe’s Garden, Stripy Triangles, or the Weaver pattern. I think it would depend on the actual colors and my mood at he time.

  318. Ruthie says:

    Actually I like all of the Quilts in the New Scrap Quilts magazine! But I guess my most favorite would be: Family Traditions & Strippy Pyramids & Starlit Path! They all look fun to make!
    Love, love, love your magazines! Every single one of them!

  319. Suzanne Pottker says:

    So many great quilts but I think I would make ring around the square.

  320. Land StClair says:

    I would make the baby quilt….

  321. Nancy says:

    Grandma’s broken dishes. It just looks like the pattern that would go best with the fabrics.

  322. Tammy Prado says:

    I would make a colorful Grandmother’s Flower Garden

  323. Carolyn Hannah says:

    I am retired and have 7 grandchildren. I love sewing quilts for them. I would certainly be able to put this fabric to good use. Thank yiu

  324. Glenda Burch says:

    Perfect for baby blanket.

  325. Cheryl Korman says:

    I love Kaffe garden at midnight but it looks a bit advanced for me. Weaver looks more like my abilities and style

  326. Julie B says:

    I think Positively Simple looks fast and easy. Thanks for the chance to win.

    • Otha Mae Edwards says:

      This would be perfect to use in the 30’s Dresden Plate quilt I want to make. I love my Fons and Porter quilt magizine and look forward to its arrival each time. I was priviledged sit in on a lecture given by Liz and Mariane at “A Mountain Quiltfest” at Pigeon Forge Tennessee a few years back, and I will always remember the fun and laughs it was. Keep up the good work!!!!

  327. Connie German says:

    Stars and more stars are what attracts my attention and makes me want to make a quilt.

  328. Emily C says:

    Kaffe’s Garden at Night is my pick. Love the dresedens, something I haven’t tried yet. I love a challenge with a new project.

  329. Shirley Sauer says:

    Years ago in a guild with my sister we started a patchwork sampler quilt with 30s fabrics. In memory of my twin Sally I would finish that quilt with additional 30s fabric.

  330. Lauren Lawson says:

    Strippy Pyramids for sure.

  331. Suzanne says:

    These would be great for a baby quilt

  332. Connie M says:

    these fabrics are so hard to find in our area.I need these.

  333. Ronisa Clark says:

    I recently received several vintage pieces that were my great-grandmother’s. She had some pieces already cut and its really exciting for me to try and figure out what she intended to make with them. I believe it would great to use some of them in a pattern similar to Starlit Path.

  334. Kathy Fowler says:

    Maybe a log cabin, since I’m new to quilting I would love to make anything.

  335. Sally W says:

    Just wonderful! The perfect start for a mother daughter project!

  336. Shirley Deslatte says:

    Oh, I think a small “lap” quilt in a Feed Sack Flowers or Technicolor Braid would be perfect in these scraps. And being born in the 30’s they bring back memories of scrap quilts I saw as a child – especially quilts made from feed sacks (I even had quite a few dresses made by my grandma from feed sacks).

  337. Sandy R says:

    I am drawn to Four Patch Puzzle.

  338. Susan ponte says:

    1930’s are my very favorite! I love them in hexagons and dresdens.

  339. This would look great made with Hexigon

  340. Erin says:

    I’d make either a 30’s sampler or a Dresden plate.

  341. Linda Spence says:

    Looks like a baby quilt for great grand babies!

  342. kate hegarty says:

    Looks like a beautiful summer quilt, waiting to be made!

  343. Sandy Curtis says:

    I love the Kaffe’s Garden at Night, Stripy Pyramid and Starlit Path.

  344. Rita Hanson says:

    Just a novice quilter wishing to win the retro fabrics for a wall hanging for my dining room. Thanks for the contest! Happy Quilting
    Rita

  345. Rhonda Smith says:

    I’m loving the Family Traditions churn dash design.

  346. Allison Evrard says:

    I love the colors! I could use these for my stash until I figure out what to make.

  347. JOYCE COSTON says:

    THIS WOULD BE PERFECT FOR MY LAST QUILT THAT I WILL BE MAKING FOR MY GRANDDAUGHTER FUTURE BABY, MY HANDS ARE JUST ABOUT DONE QUILTING AS THEY HURT REALLY BAD FROM OLD AGE. JUST ONE MORE BABY QUILT IN THESE OLD HANDS AND THIS FABRIC WOULD BE WONDERFUL

  348. Joan Bechtold says:

    I would do Carrie Nation Baby.

  349. Carol Soisson says:

    Would love to do a butterfly quilt.

  350. Our new next door neighbors moved in after losing everything in a fire. After becoming quick friends and great neighbors I would use the EasyPeasy Blocks quilt to bust my stash and adapt the size to make both of them a cuddly quilt to comfort them. I have been through this and a friend did the same for me. Now it is my turn. Gonna go sort my scraps!!!

  351. Judy Hervey says:

    I have many smaller sized fabric scraps that are a multitude of colors…I think the “Easy Peasy Blocks” or “Ring Around the (Winterset) Square” would be great patterns to use for my quilt!

  352. Becca Stawecki says:

    I want to try a Dresden Plate quilt, I’ve never tried it and I have some other 1930’s prints from my hubby’s grandmother that would blend well with these!!

  353. Angy says:

    I think I would make some type of garden quilt. The colors would be great for tulips and other flowers. Here’s hoping :)

  354. judy danz says:

    Color Study would be my choice to mkae. I have a large box of soldids and this would be the perfect project. Thats for a great give away.

  355. Aimee says:

    Feelin’ Groovy would look great on the bed in my mother’s guest room. I love churn dash blocks!!

  356. Mary Bush says:

    looks like a Sun Bonnet Sue and Sam to me!!

  357. Janet Kaufman says:

    I think I would use it for a baby blanket for my grandchild. A nine patch.

  358. Jean McMurry says:

    Perfect colors for a baby quilt, or maybe a summer lap quilt.

  359. Tracy Farris says:

    My Mother-in-law have decided to try a double wedding ring quilt together. A perfect way to create memories on this beautiful Memorial Day. Thank- you for this offer.

  360. Ellen Gald says:

    My “things to make next” list includes a scrappy Dresden Plate quilt, and these fabrics would be perfect for that.

  361. LINDA says:

    EASY PEASY….
    MY STRIPPY PYRAMID LOOKS COOL IN YELLOWS/ORANGES/GREENS

  362. Jean Guest says:

    Four Patch Puzzle sounds good to me. I love reproduction prints!

  363. Linda Tunnell says:

    I’m still thinking :)

  364. Kelly C says:

    I love the Four Patch Puzzle although a traditional square could persuade me away from that pattern. I love reproduction fabrics from the 1930’s.

  365. Ruthi Hoadley says:

    I’m looking forward to making the Strippy Pyramids quilt! I would use the 1930’s fabric bundle to make a retro quilt.

  366. Melody Malone says:

    I love quilting

  367. Marie Kladar says:

    I like piecing, and I have many scrap patterns. I will hand quilt it.

  368. Terri Wallacker says:

    I love the Strippy Pyramids quilt!

  369. Shelley Mallory says:

    four patch puzzle is the pattern I would use 1st

  370. Bonnie Pfrimmer says:

    I would like to make the Feelin’ Groovy quilt. I love these fabric pieces. Thank you for sharing this give away with us. Can’t wait to get the magazine.

  371. Tanya Stevens says:

    I have 2 friends that are having babies before the end of the year so I see 2 baby quilts in the making!

  372. Becci ware says:

    I would make the Orange slice quilt, this would be perfect!

  373. Donna says:

    Love the ‘Pyramids’ and love, love ‘Kaffe’s Night Garden’!

  374. Debbie Long says:

    My daughter and I made a quilt for my mother (her grandmother) using some of the reproductions. It would be wonderful to make another using the reproductions.

  375. ali palm says:

    I would like to make a Dresden Plate with the vintage fabrics

  376. terry hawkins says:

    I like the simplicity of the Weavers quilt which I’d love to make for one of my many granddaughters.

  377. Maxine says:

    I would probably try the scrappy pyramid quilt.

  378. Linda says:

    Would love to make a heart quilt.

  379. Kathy Van Klaveren says:

    I love the Strippy Pyramids but probably will be making a baby quilt.

  380. Judy Nell says:

    I think the 1930s reproduction fabrics are perfect for the Carrie Nation baby quilt. I would definitely love to win these fabrics and make this quilt.

  381. Sandie Oravec says:

    I’m thinking I might try the Strippy Pyramid :)

  382. Pat Joho says:

    weavers would be perfect for the 30s repro fabric and it would make me use up some of mine!

  383. Debbie Weishaar says:

    The fabrics would look lovely in any quilt I’m sure but I use it to make a Strippy Pyramid quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

  384. Jeanette says:

    I would use the fabric to make the “Feeling Groovy” quilt for one of my grandchildren.

  385. BevM says:

    Feeling Groovy is my favourite. Love these fabrics

  386. Marilyn Adams says:

    I was born in the Thirties and I love the repro fabrics from this era.

  387. Laurel Lee says:

    I would make a quilt of dresden plates.

  388. Betsy Hubbell says:

    Not sure which quilt I will try. Probably use for a table runner or placemats. Don’t have much room for full -sized quilts anymore as I am living in a RV

  389. kbo says:

    “Strippy Pyramids” looks like a treat to sew.

  390. PAT ADNEY says:

    I would have a hard time deciding which pattern to make,but the CarrieNation baby quilt appeals most!

  391. CAROL OSHIRO says:

    I WOULD LOVE THESES FABRICS. I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR SOME RETRO FABRICS TO MAKE A DRESDEN PLATE PATTERN QUILT.

  392. Glenna Percy says:

    I remember having hand-me-down clothes made from this type of material

  393. beverly stone says:

    Definately need to get this issue!!! Easy Peasy and Four Patch are my favorites…..but would love to share all the patterns with my quilting buddies at my church’s Prayer Quilt Ministry!!!

  394. Lynn Loggins says:

    I am teaching my grand daughter to quilt and she loved this collection, I think she would like to make a crazy quilt.

  395. Michelle Watson says:

    These are very cute, and with such a variety of prints they are just what i need for my stash.

  396. Nancy Swift says:

    I am working on a quilt from one of F&P’s books; I can’t remember the name if the book or the quilt, but it has squares with 3 daisies plus leaves and vines. The other blocks are pieced and it’s a scrap quilt. I would LOVE to use these fabrics in my quilt.

  397. Sue K says:

    Love, love 30’s fabrics, love scrap quilts…the two together are awesome!

  398. Sue Bialorucki says:

    Would love to use the fabric to create my grandson a new blanket.

  399. Sue Jorgensen says:

    I would like to try the strippy pyramids. Looks wonderful….!

  400. Cindy S says:

    Making each of the quilts from this magazine in queen size would make a gentle dent in my stash! I would start with the Fiesta quilt because I have always wanted to make a Pineapple quilt. From there, I would make my way through the magazine one by one to make each quilt at least once! Love Love Love 1930s prints! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  401. Pamela Davis says:

    Grandma’s Broken Dishes–love that pattern.

  402. Connie Johanson says:

    Have five baby quilts to make before the end of the year. This would look lovely for one of the girls, maybe use the Zig Zag Pinwheels.

  403. Cathy Crist says:

    They would be great for a memory quilt I am planning to make.

  404. Barbara Blacha says:

    I would definitely make the Fiesta scrap quilt, its stunning!

  405. Wendy Krug says:

    Love these fabrics! My favorite colors!

  406. Debbi Biedler says:

    I would like to make a scrappy log cabin quilt and these fabrics would be the look I want. I hope I win.

  407. Patricia Helm says:

    Stripy Pyramids get my vote. I really like the clean lines.

  408. Rachell R says:

    Probably the Garden at Night or Starry Path would use up a lot of my stash. Or the Pyramids…that is fun and something I haven’t done before.

  409. Kathi Montoya says:

    The “Pyramids” look intriguing…I think I’d like to try that!

  410. years ago (1974) I found some quilt tops at goodwill and I could use these fabrics to help finish them as a tribute to the hand pieced hard work some unknown quilter created

  411. Toni Stone says:

    Collecting this line of fabric to make a farmer’s wife quilt to honor my grandma, farmer’s wife and daughter and the strongest women I know next to my mom.

  412. Nancy Troxel says:

    Would love to make a quilt with retro fabrics. Maybe a double wedding ring?

  413. Colleen Lovan says:

    I’d love to make the Starlit Path quilt, haven’t made a star quilt yet & have been looking for a pattern to try. And the fabrics remind me of a wedding ring quilt made by my husband’s grandmother.

  414. Sandra Barrett says:

    I want it!

  415. Sandra Barrett says:

    to make a doll quilt for my grandaughter

  416. Pam Wolf says:

    Love the colors and prints of the 30’s! So many ideas for them.

  417. Would love to try a quilt with these.

  418. Wendy says:

    The strippy pyramids quilt would look great with this fabric. Thank for the opportunity to win some :)

  419. Brenda Ellis says:

    I think they would look fantastic for the Starlit Path ore Feeling Groovy patterns. Of course they would also look good in many of the patterns from this magazine.

    This magazine and these fabrics have given me the inspiration I need to re-start quilting. I have put it aside for several months now (too many ideas left me indecisive, so I just stopped).

  420. Laura Caples says:

    Easy Peasy reminds me of my grandmother’s quilts (made from real scraps out of necessity). My Mom has some of her quilts and some of my great grandmother’s quilts too. Now that I am close to retirement, I need a comforting project.

  421. Cindy says:

    The FOUR PATCH PUZZLE is just what I’ve been needing for my fat quarters! I’d love to add the 30’s prints to my stash …maybe then I’ll have enough for a Dresden quilt

  422. Pam says:

    Loving that strippy pyramid quilt on the cover!

  423. Eric Reusch says:

    I like the Easy Peasy for a “to be determined on arrival” baby quilt but was actually thinking of a pattern called Card Tricks for my friends Grand-whatever baby.

  424. Tammy Pietrowski says:

    Would love to make a quilt with these fabrics.

  425. Pauline Gudas says:

    I would make the four patch puzzle for my guest room!!

  426. Carmen Dexheimer says:

    Such cheerful colors! Would make a beautiful twister quilt.

  427. Lin Miller says:

    I’m always looking for new and exciting material for quilting. Love this one.

  428. Peggy A. says:

    If I had to pick one, I would do the garden at night. All the quilt patterns look great and would be fun to do. If I’m lucky enough to win the reproduction fabrics, a Sunbonnet Sue quilt would be first then the scraps would go into the garden.

  429. D Britton says:

    Would take a class to learn how to do my first quilt.

  430. Wilma Searcy says:

    Grandma’s Broken Dishes!!! Love traditional patterns!

  431. Patricia Hatfield says:

    Would love to make the strippy Pyramid

  432. Marilyn White says:

    I don’t know yet which quilt I will make if I win. I will wait for the fabric to inspire me and will remember with fondness the countless vintage quilts that were made with the “original” fabrics!

  433. Daisy C says:

    I think that this fabric would make beautiful Churn Dash Blocks. I have wanted to make one for ages. Thanks for the opportunity to enter this contest.

  434. vickie blose says:

    butterfly quilt

  435. Marilyn Logan says:

    I think the pattern “Weavers” would look just great in this 30’s repro fabric.
    I just love the fat quarter bundle.

  436. Darrell Hardenburg says:

    oooooh So many wonderful choices … Color Study… Four Patch Puzzle … Strippy Pyramids … Weavers … BUT MY CHOICE IS “FEELING GROOVY”!!! Yumm

  437. debbie pete says:

    I would like to try the dresden plate

  438. Patricia Holt says:

    Cute

  439. Crystal Mills says:

    Kaffe’s garden at night

  440. Theresa says:

    I would use this to start my very first scrap quilt.

  441. Lisa Lewis says:

    Have only been quilting about 7 months and need to increase my stash. Want to make every quilt pattern I see.

  442. Kathleen Beckwith says:

    I love the Feeling Groovy- updated traditional quilt. It has the traditional look but a modern day freshness and flair.

  443. April M says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I don’t know what design I’d use them for, but they’d likely go into a baby quilt!

  444. Elizabeth Tornblom says:

    Would like to make a number of the patterns in this issue, however I think if I were to win this particular bundle I would put it toward the Strippy Pyramid pattern. Thinking the contrast between the 30’s fabric and the modern feel of the pattern would be interesting.

  445. Mystica says:

    I’d like to do the log cabin style.

  446. Lisa Shoulders says:

    Dresden Plate or Applique quilt – good luck everyone!

  447. Pamela Gleason says:

    I am working on a quilt of AZ history and would love to incorporate these reproductions!

  448. Marionette Brandt says:

    I have been dying to use these fabrics to make Stars in Granny’s Garden quilt. It would be so lovely.

  449. Marsha Bullwinkle says:

    I would like the pyramid one.

  450. Joyce Ensey says:

    I have a few retro fabric fat quarters, need enough to do a project. Would love more.

  451. Peppercold says:

    Ohh! I love the Weavers Scrap Quilt!

  452. Ann Dilbeck says:

    Like the retro fabric.

  453. Karen Despot says:

    I just purchased a string quilts book and would love to add these to the fabrics I have in mind!

  454. Kathy Gilman says:

    I am in the middle of a Grandmother’s Flower Garden….those fabrics would be perfect.

  455. Cheryl Gunderson says:

    I love color study, but I’m not ashamed to say I have enough scraps in my stash to make them all! Can’t wait for the magazine to hit the newsstand.

  456. Delaine Elliott says:

    I love the four patch puzzle!

  457. Jill says:

    I would use the fabric for Family Traditions or maybe Easy Peasy. They are both wonderfull quilts. Actually all of them in the magazine look great.

  458. Anne Winn says:

    Love the fab ! Would really like to make Kaffe’s garden !

  459. Sylvia says:

    I love the Color Sturdy Quilt. This would be my first quilt. It looks modern and simple for a beginner quilt project. Using the vintage reproduction fat quarters would give it a modern and vintage flair.

  460. Diann Smith says:

    Fiesta makes my heart pound. I love the tedious..the more the better. Just finished piecing a THIMBLES quilt top today. 6,708 little thimbles and so sad that part is over. Next on board Postage Stamp. But Fiesta looks promising.

  461. Lois Headley says:

    I would start with the Postively Simple modern quilt in bright colors. And then I would want to make them all.

  462. Lin Hulen says:

    I think my stash would best be suited to the ‘Family Traditions’ quilt pattern! I love all the scrappy patterns.

  463. Barb in MI says:

    ‘Feelin’ groovy’ would work perfectly or me! Thanks!

  464. Patricia McLaughlin says:

    I love your fabrics. They would be a wonderful addition to my stash. They’d look great in the “Feeling Groovy” quilt pattern featured in your magazine.

  465. Karen Carroll says:

    I love the Fiesta and strippy pyramids. Lots of color!

  466. Faye Nettles says:

    My next quilt will be a string quilt. These fabrics would be perfect for that quilt.

  467. Bonnie Bertsch says:

    Love the Starlite Path

  468. Erin Hutchinson says:

    That’s a tough one, but I think I’d tackle Weavers first, then the Strippy Pyramids. Great quilts!

  469. Ellen McCaulley says:

    The strippy pyramid is one I think I would use the most.

  470. Becky says:

    I’ve always loved the wedding ring quilts and the star designs.

  471. Teresa Brown says:

    Would love to make the Strippy Pyramids quilt.

  472. Bonnie Maiorca says:

    I am a beginner, I have only made 17 quilts but love the idea of a scrap quilt. My stash is too small this would make my day !

  473. Bonnie says:

    Strippy Pyramid or Four-Patch Puzzle, difficult choice, but the repros would really look good in Strippy Pyramid.

  474. Jean norris says:

    I would make a Sun Bonnet Sue quilt for one of my grand daughters.

  475. Deanna Miller says:

    1930’s Reproduction Fabric remind me of my grandma. She use to wear house dresses made of this type of fabric because things were tight. When she died, my sister used the fabric from her dresses to make pillows for each of us. If I had these I would make a dresden plate quilt in memory of my grandma.

  476. Barbara says:

    I love to do strippy quilts and would make a few for Oklahoma.

  477. Diane Calvano says:

    I’d love to try the Carrie Nation quilt with the 1930’s fabric. Love the old fabrics!

  478. Elizabeth Larson says:

    grandma’s broken dishes

  479. Debbie Yandell says:

    Grandma’s broken dishes looks like a good one.

  480. Tammy says:

    Love the pinks and blues great for baby blanket :) hopefully I will need to make one soon.

  481. Becky Greene says:

    I would make the cover quilt (strippy pyramids) in a minute!

  482. Pam Hunt says:

    I love the Easy Peasey quilt which would make up wonderfully with your fabrics. We (my guild) are in the process of sewing for the tornado victims here in Oklahoma. We are donating 59 quilts and everyone is sewing pillowcases and putting together additional quilts due to the tremendous numbers of families displaced. Please pray for these people in Moore and Shawnee.

  483. m spotten says:

    Maybe a crazy quilt or pin wheels… or maybe a sampler?

  484. lavonne says:

    tough call for which pattern – between Kaffe’s Garden and Strippy Pyramids.
    very fresh and clean

  485. Cecilia Clemens says:

    Love them all, hard to choose. Am attempting to bring my stash down so I can renew it with the latest fabrics.

  486. Cecilia Clemens says:

    Hare to choose, I love them all. Attempting to downsize my stash so I can replenish it with the newest and latest fabrics.

  487. Cindy Wienstroer says:

    I am leaning toward 3 – the scrappy pyramid for the clean bright colors, but the dresden plate one would work too! But think most of my fabric now would follow the Starlit Path. So many choices and too little time.

  488. Mary Jean Fasig says:

    I would love to do the Carrie Nations quilt in a throw size that could be used for someone in bed or a wheelchair.

  489. Aggiequilter says:

    I want to make ALL of these !
    But if I must choose, Grandma’s Broken Dishes would be my first choice … (and Ring Around the Square next ) … Thanks for the chance to win !

  490. Helen Sullivan Sini says:

    There’s a LOT of good patterns in this issue, but I’d do Strippy Pyramids first!

  491. Tracy Kimball says:

    I like to make quilts and donate them to Quilts for Kids. Recently over 1900 quilts were sent to the children in OK. Because fabric is expensive and I donate my quilts, these fabrics would help me make some more quilts to donate.

  492. Terry says:

    I have a stack of fat quarters just waiting to make the Easy Peasy Blocks–Easy Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!

  493. Brenda Aigner says:

    I love the Flower garden quilt with the dark background, however I would use the fabric to make the pyramid quilt on the front cover. It is so bright and the pyramid shapes make me think Spring!

  494. TL Cribbs says:

    I really like both the strippy pyramids and weavers quilts. But I think my favorite would be the weavers, I have never done one like it so it would be a new adventure.
    Thanks!

  495. Angela Fassett says:

    Not sure what I would make but would love to try something new.

  496. Cheryl in Leavenworth says:

    I have already broken into my secret stash and started sorting colors for Fiesta. Kaffe’s Garden, pyramids, weavers, dresden plate, G’ma’s broken dishes, and more from the magazine are lined up to be made. Thank you.

  497. Teresa says:

    Love these fabrics. So many babies coming over the next year. This is perfect.

  498. Shelly S. says:

    Since I am a fat quarter “junkie” Kaffe’s Garden at Night would be a good quilt for using up some of my stash!

  499. Barbara A. Whitaker says:

    Love Kaffe’s Garden at Night. The last two quilts I made I used 30’s fabric and just love making quilts with the 30’s fabric.

  500. Janelle Rench says:

    I want to make a quilt with lots and lots of triangles!

  501. Carol Gearey says:

    Great patterns! Feelin’ Groovy is the one I’d use.
    Thanks!

  502. Sara in WV says:

    Bought my magazine this weekend – loved the cover. I like Color Study and Pineapple and make scrap quilts for QOVF – lots of friends give me their scraps for that project!

  503. Sue Fry says:

    Cann’t wait to play with a new pattern and fabric.

  504. Staci Monroe says:

    The Easy Peasy Blocks, as I am not very experienced at quilting.

  505. Harriett says:

    Hello it was hard to choose which quilt I like best. But I did narrow it down to 2 I have a new great grand baby I can see Talon wrapped in Carrie Nation Baby The Strippy Pyramids would b great to use up some of my fabric stash Thank you for a look at the quilts in the new magazine.

  506. Judi Reiss says:

    As I am now trying to use my scraps, and boy, do I have scraps, in a scrappy quilt. I could use these to add to my own!

  507. Anne H says:

    I like several but think I will start with Easy Peasy Blocks. Thanks for the giveaway.

  508. Cyndi Black says:

    It would be between the weavers or the positively easy quilts. But can’t wait to see them all.

  509. Shirley says:

    Kaffe’s Garden at Night – simply stunning……… Beautiful

  510. Heartsdesire says:

    Feelin’ Groovy would be my choice, especially in those lovely 30’s prints. I could also use up my 30’s stash in a Double Wedding Ring quilt that I’ve always wanted to make.

  511. Joan McGrath says:

    My favorites colors are in the group. I like to use every last scrap and create a quilt for my family members. So I would make a strip-pieced quilt. Love F&P TV shows. so helpful. Thanks.

  512. Shelley says:

    Love those colors–so happy :)

  513. Vicki says:

    The Carrie Nation baby quilt would be beautiful in the reproduction fabrics.

  514. Dottie Yearout says:

    They all look wonderful. I love scrappy quilts, but somehow I have not yet made one. From my stash, I believe I could made a fabulous quilt using Easy Peasy Blocks. Love your magazines, ALL of them. I have never been disappointed. I record Love of Quilting and often watch an episode several times. Thanks for contributing to my enjoyment over the last few years.

  515. Ann Tvrdik says:

    I love the brightness of the Strippy Pyramids.

  516. Brenda Hulsey says:

    The four patch puzzle is awesome! I would love to make that one!

  517. Sarah Kappy says:

    I think the Fiesta quilt would take the most fabric! Look at all those little tiny pieces!

  518. LORRAINE ROWELL says:

    love the colors

  519. Carol says:

    Starlit Path looks like a fun way to use a lot of scraps!

  520. Judy Cogswell says:

    I love churn dash and 20s 30s prints so I would have to say Feelin Groovy would be my first choice. I hope I’m a winner………..judy

  521. Sheila H says:

    I would love to use these colors and the scrap pattern to make a quilt for my youngest daughter or make her a receiving blanket and crib set as she has found out she’s expecting a baby girl!

  522. Stayce Eller says:

    Although I love all of the patterns, I would probably make either “Grandma’s Broken Dishes” or “Ring Around The Square” as I am a beginner and I love the challenge as well as being drawn to traditional patterns :)

  523. Lori says:

    These are beautiful. They would make a great double wedding ring quilt.

  524. Cheryl says:

    I would make the Carrie Nation baby quilt. I know several expectant mothers!

  525. Linda Dennis says:

    Will take to Colorado as we spend summer there….make bow-tie blocks with 30’s fabric.

  526. Jeanie says:

    Grandmother’s Broken Dishes is just too pretty – love it

  527. Linda Robinson says:

    I Love 30’s fabric! I would make the Easy Peasy quilt.

  528. Vicky says:

    “Which quilt you will use most of your fabric stash to make”…. the answer to which would use MOST of my stash is I would need to make all of the quilts a couple of times! But I really like Weavers and Colour Study!

  529. Nancy Crabtree says:

    I love these scrappy pieces, they remind me of the fabrics that my grandmother used in a quilt she made sometime in the early 1900’s. The quilt uses a block similar to baby bumper wheels block or the dresden plate, but used differently. These fabrics will go great with the collection I have started for this quilt.

  530. Jay says:

    I have had your book “Quilters Complete Guide” from the beginning of my quilting career and it still stays nearby for very good reference for me!! Thanks!!

  531. Karen says:

    Feeling Groovy!!!!!

  532. Julie in GA says:

    So many great looking quilt patterns! My favorite is the pineapple quilt “Fiesta,” but if I were looking for something quick, I would go for “Weavers.”

  533. Barbara says:

    I love the Easy Peasy pattern!

  534. Mary C says:

    I love the “Color Study” modern pattern in the “Scrap Quilts” magazine. I have a lot of bold tone on tone fabrics in my stash to use and this pattern would make a beautiful, flashy statement. Thanks for creating such great patterns!

  535. Eunice B says:

    When I was a child an elderly church member made me a quilt using fabric in her stash, and this fabric reminds me of that quilt. The quilt has gone by the way side and I would love the make another to replace the one I lost. Thanks for a chance to win.

  536. Jean McMurry says:

    Love scrappy quilts, so many ideas, now all I need is the fabric to make them.

  537. Laurette McKedy says:

    My favorite pattern in the Scrap Quilts magazine is the Carrie Nation Baby – Fat Quarter Friendly pattern! It is bright, cheery, and full of movement! I especially like to use pattern that call for fat quarters because I find those easier to buy – you don’t have to stand in the cutting line! :)

  538. Teresa Wonderly says:

    I’m currently working on a scrap quilt in the Feeelin’ Groovy pattern. The 1930’s fabric in the same pattern would bring back a lot of memories of my Grandmother’s quilts. Thank you.

  539. Rose Grimm says:

    I think I would make “Starlit Path”. I think I’d use a deep navy/purplish for my background. I can see it all ready. Thanks for the contest.
    Rose in OHio

  540. Sharon Dixon says:

    The patterns are all delightful and I find it hard to make up my mind. I like the triangle quilt but I just printed your Nine Patch Rings quilt pattern and would like to try that one also.

  541. Cathy Morrison says:

    I love the Strippy Pyramids and the Kaffe’s Garden at Night quilts. These would be perfect for this fat quarter bundle!

  542. Rebekah says:

    I would make these lovely fabrics into a pattern that is bright and airy, very much like they were back in the 30’s. Maybe the pattern that is ‘square within a square’, though I’d probably do the classic “patchwork quilt” as it’s fairly easy (i’m a beginner) and in my opinion, extremely fun – I think the basics can oftentimes be the best. Thank you!

  543. Cheryl says:

    Love the colors and themy are so bright and colorful.

  544. kathy fisher says:

    I make hexagons with the scraps I get my hands on then I will someday make a gandmother’s flower garden quilt

  545. Bobbi says:

    I love the Starlit Path quilt. I uses so many different fabrics.

  546. Karalee Shenfield says:

    I like all fabrics, especially batiks (I am starting a double wedding ring for my son and his wife) and thirties reproductions. We have a small group from within our guild who make projects exclusively from thirties fabrics.

  547. Rose Pullen says:

    Love the 1930 fabric muted colors

  548. Cheryl Hayden says:

    I would make the easy peasey pattern and use fabrics from my starch in blues for my grandson. He has been asking for a blue quilt.

  549. Ann McNew says:

    Weaver’s Modern quilt in 30’s fabric would be a perfect baby quilt. My great-grandson, premie (1lb 7oz) is now home after 6 months in NICU. Although still on life support, he is a happy, good, active little boy. I have not had much time in the past 6 months to make baby quilts for him, so now is the time to start! Happy Quilting!

  550. LaNell Dobyns says:

    I love the baby blanket.

  551. Pam Hill says:

    I love making Log Cabin – so many variations to choose from it’s like you’re making a different pattern every time!

  552. Rosalinda Call says:

    Would make a great addition to my stash.

  553. Vivian says:

    Well I’ll be picking up a copy of this magazine once it is available locally. I see several that I want to try. (Kaffe’s Garden at Night & Fiesta for sure!). To answer your question, I see one that would use a lot of my stash and that is Four Patch Puzzle. I could get a lot of use out of that and coincidentally spent last weekend organizing my fat quarters (most of my stash is in fat quarters) and I think I’m ready to make it now!

    Thanks for the chance at the fabric.

  554. Susan says:

    These are lovely and will go well with quilts I make for a children’s charity. Thank you.

  555. Jerry Mosgrove says:

    I’m expecting a new great-granddaughter in August, and these will be a perfect addition to what I already have to make her a darling quilt!

  556. Dana C. says:

    I love the easy peasy. The fat quarters would be excellent because I am putting scrappy quilts together for Christmas.

  557. Darlene says:

    All the quilts in the mag look great…my eye picked Kaffes Scrap Quilt at night…learning the dresden block quilt is a lot of fun…so that’s my pick to make…have a great quilting day…

  558. Jan Godwin says:

    I probably have made more bags, purses (of all shapes and kinds) this past year.
    Really like the strip style, zippered, quilted, lined, pocketed, over the shoulder.
    Use many colors and variations of colors. A fun project.
    Also this year made some doll clothes for an 18″ doll. It really doesn’t take much fabric to make a doll dress with bloomers. Creativity of garment is limited to your imagination.
    Another possibility: made oval shaped, lined and quilted oven mitts with scraps.
    They are the only mitts I use daily.

  559. Narlenne Beddingfield says:

    Im very new to quilting and would like to make one for our bed.

  560. Elaine Hager says:

    I love the Kaffe’s Garden at night. My second one would be Feelin Groovy. I love the 30’s prints!

  561. Barbara Hart says:

    love the baby blanket BUT I love the 30’s fabrics even more!!!!

  562. Jayne says:

    Easy Peasy will fit my needs just fine. So many scraps…so little time.

  563. Nancy Smith says:

    Oh, that fabric would be perfect for the Grandmother’s Flower Garden that I’m working on. Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabric.

  564. Jeanne says:

    I’m dying to try curvy seams or a modern quilt!

  565. Linda Lallathin says:

    I love the small prints from the ’30s. I’d make a quilt for myself!!

  566. Donna Johnson says:

    I have been wanting to do a reproduction of my baby blanket for my new grand baby, that is what I would do if I won this fabric.

  567. Lori Smanski says:

    I love them all.
    I would start with WEAVERS since I don’t have much of a scrap pile at the moment. This would be a cute baby quilt. Thanks for a chance to win.

  568. Martha Sanchez says:

    I love making quilts out of scarps, especially bright colors. My favorite is the “Strippy Pyramid” because of the bright colors. I always made quilts using browns and my taste has changed to brights. But they are all beautiful. Why not make them all!!!
    Martha

  569. Ev says:

    I would love to do the Weaver’s modern. It would be a bit of old (retro) done in new (modern).

  570. Heather says:

    I would do the pyramids as that one really caught my eye. Thanks for the chance.

  571. Luana Daniels says:

    Really like Grandma’s broken dishes! Good way to use up LOTS of scraps!

  572. mitzi king says:

    These quilts are wonderful. Can’t wait to get started! Thanks for the new ideas!

  573. Sharon says:

    My favourite is the Easy Peasy Quilt. I would like to make in purples,,my niece has asked me for a quilt and I think this pattern would suit her.

  574. cr says:

    They look great for baby quilts and so much morreee!!!!!!!!!! I hope I win

  575. Malissa Streeter says:

    30’s fabric is my favorite… I think it is because it reminds me so much of the quilts my Grandmother’s had around when I was little. I would use this fabric to make a quilt for my future grandaughter!

  576. Donna Klaver says:

    I would use this fabulous fabric on a dresden plate or maybe a Broken dishes quilt… May have to keep them for myself…

  577. Nancy Miller says:

    Ring around the Square. Looks like my type of quilt.

  578. Diana Herman says:

    I’m working on a scrappy lone star for QOV.
    I would cherish one made in 30’s fabric.

  579. Rachel Johnson says:

    I would make the Grandma’s Broken Dishes quilt. Love to have it. : )

  580. Deborah Tell says:

    Love, Love, Love Scrap Quilts – just about anyone on them!

  581. Charlotte Amaro says:

    I think I would make a quilt for my granddaughter and to celebrate her move up to a big girl bed.

  582. Tina Rohde says:

    I love the weavers modern pattern and not just because it goes with the name of my company. It looks like it would be a fun pattern to incorporate with my fabrics that I have on hand.

  583. Jean poulton says:

    I love scrap quilts, the scrappier, the better. These would be lovely additions to my stash!

    Thanks

  584. Judy says:

    The Easy Fat Quarter Friendly scrap quilt would be a great pattern for using a lot of my fabric scraps.

  585. Betty Harvey says:

    I would love the opportunity to fill in my stack with any of these fabrics. I can just imagine a beautiful graduation gift for my wonderful granddaughter who just received her Masters in Education. Wouldn’t that be great??

  586. Nancy Aho says:

    Starlit Path

  587. Kitty says:

    I think the strippy pyramids pattern would be a good stash buster for me.

  588. Elaine Nemeth says:

    The Four Patch puzzle would be great with the light and dark contrast of scrappy fabrics and using fat quarters
    The wide border is terrific and so bold.

  589. love those 30’s prints! Finished an Irish Chain using 30’s so my stash is a little low. Would be a great addition.

  590. Nancy says:

    I would dearly love to have theses fabrics to use on about a dozen different patterns of that period. I would make a sampler quilt for my granddaughter who has just graduated this year. Pick Me. This may just be the 1st time I would have won anything. I love the fabrics.

  591. Mary Crowe says:

    The Easy Peasy and Starlit Path look like fun quilts to make and donate to a Woman’s Shelter.

  592. Crystal says:

    Oooo, I can totally see myself making Kaffe’s Garden At Night AND Strippy Pyramids. Fabulous!

  593. LeAnn says:

    I like the Carrie Nation quilt. I think it would use some of my scraps.

  594. Elizabeth says:

    I love that Easy Peasy Blocks pattern. Can’t wait to get the magazine.

  595. Carla Brewer says:

    I love this fabric, it reminds me of retro, or when I was a teenager. I would put them in a scrappy four square pattern.

  596. Kate says:

    I would make the Carrie Nation Baby–Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt to use up flannel nursery prints that I have leftover from burp clothes and baby washclothes.

  597. Ellen says:

    I make a lot of quilts that are donated to worthy causes and would use this fabric for quilts.

  598. Bev Thompson says:

    I’ve been collecting fabric to make grandma garden quilt These would come in handy for that.

  599. Janet says:

    I would love to make the Strippy Pyramids quilt.

  600. Miriam says:

    Hi,

    I haven’t made a quilt yet with 1930’s fabrics, but the idea is great! I love the fabrics! I think I would try and use Jacob’s Ladder with these fabrics.

    bye,

    Miriam.

  601. Marie Kallenberger says:

    I love the fabric and would make a “feelin’ Groovy” quilt for my 102 yr. old mother !!!!

  602. Kristin Haugen says:

    I will make the Carrie Nation Baby quilt, for a new grandchild on the way and to use scraps from all my other projects.

  603. Sherril McGann says:

    I would use my scraps (I have a lot of civil war era repro fabric) to make the Starlit Path quilt.

  604. Betty says:

    Another 9-patch quilt, of course!

  605. Bobbie says:

    These would look great in the Feeling Groovy quilt

  606. Judy McLeod says:

    I like Ring Around the Square, as I have many matching fat quarters that I have in my stash and this is a beautiful pattern and quilt. I would love to win the fabric so I can make this quilt. Thank you.

  607. Rose Cameron says:

    Love, love, love the Positively Simple Modern Scrap Quilt Pattern!

  608. Marg says:

    Lovely fabrics!! I would use the 30’s bundle in a Grandmother’s Flower Garden lap quilt. My friend is making one, all by hand…many, many hexagons! and I would like to do the same. Oh, I hope I win!!

  609. Janet Graham says:

    I like the “Feelin’ Groovy” or the “Four Patch Puzzle” quilt patterns. Thanks for giving material away. One of my downfalls is picking material to coordinate with each other to make a quilt. When someone else does it, it always looks so neat.

  610. Pat says:

    I would love to make a scrappy 9-patch!

  611. Sue Jones says:

    I think they will make a beautiful baby quilt.

  612. Donald Joyant says:

    The Four Patch Puzzle I love it, have done something similar to it before.

  613. Jim Franz says:

    Those reproduction fabrics would look great in a Dresden Plate quilt. That’s what I would do with them.

  614. Donna Kopp says:

    The first pattern I would make is the Feeling Groovy. I love the traditional block set in a light, modern setting.
    Then I would go on to … too many choices, too little time.

  615. Patricia A Register says:

    …love scrappy quilts. I am finishing a ‘Charm’ quilt (766 half-square triangles–ALL DIFFERENT!, making up 9-patch squares -many designed by me and printed on my computer using family photos and other little vignettes)…what fun!

  616. Dianne Reed says:

    I will use the Scrap Happy quilt pattern by designer Sally Schneider. The quilt I make will have scraps of most of the other quilts I have made and will remind me of those other quilts. I know my grandmother will be so proud of me for using scraps. This pattern is just beautiful. Thank you so much.

  617. Barbara Rodebush says:

    I like the Easy Peasy blocks quilt for making a dent in my stash since I have lots of strips of different widths to use. It could make any size quilt from crib to queen. I’d bet I have enough strips to make the queen size, but will probably make a couple of crib quilts.

  618. Candace says:

    What a great addition to some of the fabrics I already own to help make the baby quilt.

  619. Carol Hinkle says:

    Love the Feelin’ Groovy but then the Starlit Path comes in a close second!

  620. Tracy Guaman says:

    I love the Ring Around the Square pattern shown in your latest edition. I would love to make the pattern in these fabrics if I won.

  621. Kathy C says:

    I think I would make the “Starlit Path” with some of my stash. I have so many different colors, it would truly be a scrappy quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

  622. Joanne says:

    I love the old fashioned look of either the pinwheel or “scrap happy”. Lots of batik pieces to use up!

  623. Linda Lovely says:

    I have scraps that would be perfect for the strippy pyramid quilt!

  624. Candace Mackey says:

    I love the Baby Scallops quilt pattern, a perfect choice for these great 30s fabrics!

  625. Sheila Long says:

    This fabric is beautiful. It would make a lovely quilt.

  626. Mary Ripper says:

    Scrap quilts are my favorite as I never seem to have enough cash to buy big pieces of fabric. I collect lots of long quarters, and make scrap quilts. I would love it if Fons & Porter had a regularly published scrap quilt magazine I could subscribe to… that would be pure bliss!

  627. Michelle says:

    I love the Four Patch Puzzle quilt. I would love to make it with my scraps.

  628. Monica Agapaloglou says:

    I have wanted to use my Big Shot and 30’s fabric to make a Dredsen Plate.

  629. Marge Prewitt says:

    I would definitely make the Washtub Pinwheels quilt. I love the 30’s fabrics and have some to add to a project along with the ones being given away. Great patterns! Thanks!

  630. Kimberly Robertson says:

    I am in love with pinwheels. I would make the washtub pinwheel quilt for my daughter that recently got married. If I won that is what I would do, make a quilt that she can pass down and they could remember me by. Thanks!

  631. Judy Dykema says:

    With my first grandchild is due in July, I see a lot of baby quilts, toddler quilts, kid quilts, teenage quilts, etc. in my future. :)

  632. Judy says:

    I would use them as sashing with the Sunbonnet Sue blocks my mother made in the 1930’s.

  633. Susan Belau says:

    I really like the stripy pyramids quilt. It would be a great one to make as one of my charity quilts.

  634. Wendy walton says:

    Grandmother’s Flower Garden

  635. Amy Hetherington says:

    I do love 30’s reproduction prints. I think a great pattern to use with them would be the Four Patch Puzzle quilt. There’s so much room for a variety of fabrics.

  636. R Barjkana says:

    I’d make the one on the cover, it looks very perky for a spring/summer quilt w/ scrappy brights.

  637. Rhoda Fagerland says:

    I have a lot of squares in my stash right now, and I’d like to try using them on the Four-Patch Puzzle. I’d like to see if I could make those knots look 3-dimensional.

  638. I love scrappy quilts.

  639. Sure do like scrappy quilts.

  640. Edna says:

    I have a collection of quilt tops from the 1930’s my great-grandmother pieced that my mother left to me. My mother-in-law is in the process of hand quilting them for me and I will share them with my daughters. I would like to make an Irish Chain quilt in depression era fabrics to add to this collection for my first grandbaby due this fall.

  641. Maggie Scott says:

    I would explore a pinwheel pattern because of the movement in them and I would make a quilt for my mother who is an invalid in a nursing home.

  642. Karen L says:

    I would like to make the Easy Peasy Quilt. OR all of them

  643. MoeWest says:

    I like the Weavers scrap quilt.

  644. Louise Peeler says:

    Love the Weaver with the pops of color in the white background.

  645. Leann Williams says:

    I would make Kaffe’s Garden at Night as I love to do applique.

  646. I think that I would make “Feeling Groovy” or “Strippy Pyramids” with most of my stash. I love colorful designs created by the assorted colors in a scrappy quilt. Perhaps I could use some of my existing scrap stash in combination with this assortment. Thanks for the opportunity to win beautiful fabrics.

  647. Heidi says:

    So many quilts, so many scraps, so little time! Would love to try the Carrie Nation baby quilt first.

  648. Marilyn Grubbs says:

    I love them all! I probably would make the wedding ring quilt or the dresden plate one.

  649. Carol George says:

    The Easy Peasy Blocks caught my eye immediately. Would love to co-ordinate some good scraps with these.

  650. Mary-Catherine Connolly says:

    They’re all lovely quilts, but I think I’d like to try something different, and use my fabric stash on “Color Study – Modern Scrap Quilt”. I’ve never done a “modern” quilt before, and this pattern intrigues me. I think it would make a beautiful double-size quilt for my bed. Thank you! :-)

  651. Sheila Squires says:

    I would add this to the fabrics that I have been collecting to do a double wedding ring quilt. It would be the first major undertaking using paper piecing.

  652. Liz Murphy says:

    I really like the Starlit Path quilt to really use up a lot of my stash. It looks very simple, yet has a really nice look to it. Those fabrics are really nice! :)

  653. New to quilting, so my stash is very small. I sure could use a few more pieces.

  654. I learned to quilt from my Great grandmother and in fear of this art dying I am passing on my skills by sharing and teaching a dear friend and two young girls one age 7 (her granddaughter) and one age 13 (my granddaughter) how to quilt. I would love to use these fabrics to help discuss and show how quilting has evolved and how much fun it is to mix prints. Thanks a bunch for consideration.
    yours truly, Laura-Jean

  655. Joanie Thomas says:

    I would like to use them to finish a quilt for a dear friend and her friends started in the 30. she’s gone now and she gave me her top so I could work on it as there is no one left in the original groupe.Then take whats left and use in a baby blanket,as I have 15 great-grand children and more coming.

  656. Deborah K. says:

    I like Strippy Pyramids! It is bright and cheerful. It would not even use 1% of my stash, I have so much!

  657. Tweela says:

    I really like Kaffe Fasset’s Garden at Night and have many scraps of his fabrics to make it with, together with the featured give away fabrics. I also really love “weavers, and the “modern” look of it.

  658. Niomi says:

    I would love to make the Nine Patch Rings. I like the idea of setting the nine patch on the diagonal, giving it a different look.

  659. Judy Austin says:

    I would like to make a dresden plate quilt that looks like one from my childhood.

  660. PamMcPherson says:

    Ooh, so many to choose. Scrappy pyramids first, then Grandma’s Broken dishes. I would love to have the 30s reproduction fabric to go with my stash of 30s feedsacks that i have been saving for something special. :)

  661. Devan Ingram says:

    I really like the Strippy Pyramids. That would be a great way to use the leftover strips from other projects.

  662. Byrl Warren says:

    I’ve always wanted to make a cat quilt. Those fabrics would be a lovely start of it.

  663. jackie amick says:

    I just found out that my niece is getting married — this would definately be part of her wedding present!

  664. Roxanne S. says:

    Strippy pyramid

  665. Linda Costello says:

    Would love to make a french braid quilt out of the 30’s reproduction fabric. The colors would blend so nicely.

  666. Robin Davis says:

    From the ScrapQuilts ebook, the Twirling Triangles, that quilt is beautiful!

  667. SANDIE KELLER says:

    THE PUZZLE BLOCK LOOKS QUITE INTERESTING

  668. Tanya Tullos says:

    Definitely love the Carrie Nation pattern! I love making baby quilts with repo 30’s fabrics and this pattern is perfect. It’s easy and shows off fabrics well. I look forward to making this one!

  669. Sheri Barwig says:

    I found out that I’m soon to be a new grandma and need to make a baby quilt. This fabric would be cute for that.

  670. Chris says:

    I would say Broken Dishes would be perfect. I love the fabric.

  671. Denise Holloway says:

    Easy Peasy Blocks Quilt

  672. Mimi Fridie says:

    Starlit Path called out to me. I love stars and thee way that they can look complicated, but are easy to make. Stars are also great for using up lots of my smaller scraps. This is going to be MY quilt.

  673. Christel Powell says:

    I would love to make the Ring Around the Square quilt! Just beautiful.

  674. Diane Cullum says:

    I love the look of the Strippy Triangles. That is the one I would make, I think.

  675. Kathy Durance says:

    I really want to do a Double Wedding Ring quilt for my master bedroom. Most of my family members have a quilt from me except me! The ’30’s fabric is gorgeous and I think my stash would go a fair ways.

  676. Susan Rentz says:

    Three of the quilts interested me so far as my stash is concerned–the Weaver’s Modern Fat Quarter quilt, the Carrie National Baby quilt, and the Garden at Night. I could possibly make variations on all three.

  677. Jeannie says:

    Love them all, but we have 2 new great-grandbabies due this year, along with the 2 born last year, so the Carrie Nation Baby quilts would be great for them. And, oh my, do I have scraps!

  678. Nancy Angerer says:

    I really think those fabrics would look great in the Strippy Pyramids design that is on the cover. I also think it would be a fun quilt to make.

  679. Nancy McFall says:

    I think the Four Patch Puzzle would be adorable in these fabrics.

  680. Cheryl Yost says:

    I love the Carrie Nation Scrap Baby Quilt. The colors would be adorable for my new grandbaby. Thank you

  681. Joyce Heath says:

    I have two quilt that I would love ro make to use up my material on New York Beauty and eight point star

  682. Madeline Wallace says:

    I’d really like to do the pyramids with this fabric. thanks for the chance to win!

  683. Rhonda says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE scrap quilts!

  684. Karen says:

    I love them in baby quilts.

  685. Sharon Dixon says:

    I would love to make the Strippy Pyramids quilt on the cover.

  686. Joyce Carter says:

    I love the reproduction fabrics and have been collecting them to make a quilt. I think they would look awesome in the “Feeling Grovey” quilt.

  687. Mary says:

    There are several patterns I really like in that issue, but I think I would start with the Four Patch Puzzle.

  688. Judy gibb says:

    Baby number FIVE is due,
    And I said,”I’ll make a quilt for you.”
    My fabrics “stash” is lacking shades
    To wrap around a brand new babe.
    But the 1930’s stash would be
    A lovely addition to the “family”!

  689. Loretta says:

    I love all the Quilts, cant wait to begin making one!

  690. Mike says:

    My wife and I are currently making baby quilts for friends and co-workers. These would be perfect for the quilts we are working on. Beautiful colors and patterns.

  691. Marilu Howard says:

    If I win these beautiful retro fabrics, I would do a retro strip quilt to compliment the 30’s applique quilt (unfinished) I found unloved in my Aunt’s belongings.

  692. Helen Zylstra says:

    Quilts made from scraps are the best mental exercise – figuring out how to make the most beautiful thing from what some people would toss out without a thought. I love scrap quilts.

  693. Sandy Ivey says:

    I would love to create a 1930’s quilt out of these.

  694. Gemma Roberts says:

    I love the four patch puzzle pattern – my son would love it for his new bedroom. Thanks for the giveaway.

  695. Dini Kuijer says:

    If I win the fabrics, I would make an applecore quilt (by hand)

  696. Pat Seidle says:

    Hard to choose but I love Kaffe’s Garden at Night!

  697. Margaret Shatford says:

    Scrap Happy quilt would be my choice.

  698. Dana Burdick says:

    I love the Grandma’s Broken Dishes pattern, but would probably start with the Starlit Path! :)

  699. Bonnie Allison says:

    I like the kaleidoscope pattern and have some other period fabrics that would add to this nicely.

  700. KD says:

    The Ring Around the Square quilt caught my eye right away. Love the dark and light colours. It would be a great way to practice my quilting skills :)

  701. Jessica Edwards says:

    I am torn between 2: Color study and strippy pyramids. These are unusual because normally I am not into a modern look.but they look easy and I am a fairly new quilter. I also look for things I can do in small segments as I am recovering from back surgery and can only sit and sew in short stretches. I could also use the material if I were to win and Social Security doesn’t go far and I’d like to do some quilts to give away to charity but can’t afford the extra material (and yes, I DO save ANY scraps from the quilts I do make as well as cut up any clothing, etc. but it only goes so far).

  702. Kimbrah Gonzalez says:

    I would like to use these to make the nine patch rings quilt. It’s sooooo pretty! :)

  703. I love the Kaffee’s Garden at Night quilt. I am definitely going to make that one.
    All the quilts are very nice.

  704. Georgia says:

    Four patch puzzle

  705. Edith Romano says:

    I love the colors and I would enlist the help of a quilt guild member for pattern suggestion. I’m leaning toward the pyramid pattern, tho. Edie

  706. Cheri Williams says:

    The fabrics would be used to make a quilt for our youngest granddaughter.

  707. Heather says:

    These are lovely and I would dive into my stash to make Positively Simple – what a great baby gift that would be! And Strippy Pyramids and Weavers are calling to me too.

  708. Edith Romano says:

    I love the colors and would enlist the help of a quilt guild member for suggestions. I’m leaning toward the pyramids tho. Edie

  709. Sandra Day says:

    I love the easy peaty block pattern and would love to make it.

  710. Kathy says:

    I would make Gandma’s Broken Dishes

  711. Janice says:

    The Weavers Modern Fat Quarter Friendly one is perfect for a candy swap that I am currently in

  712. Vicki H says:

    ‘Easy Peasy Blocks’ would make great use of my stash along with ‘Grandma’s Broken Dishes’ and ‘Ring Around the Square’. Never enough time for all of them.

  713. Deborah Higgins says:

    I would love to win – it would be a first. I love it that there are patterns offered in different sizes – I have so many scraps to use. Thanks!

  714. Rachal Chohonis says:

    Love the Weavers quilt, would be great stashbuster for those last treasured scraps.

  715. wanda spain says:

    I would love to make a Dresden Quilt. I think this fabric would make a beautiful Dresden quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

  716. Sarah Roberts says:

    Our first great-grandson is due in July, and I would love to make the Strippy Pyramids pattern to make a quilt for him.

  717. Judy Mullin says:

    Would most likely do a double wedding ring if I win the fabric.

  718. Pat says:

    I am working on a scrap log cabin quilt and a spider web string quilt. This fabric would be great for both.
    Thank U
    Pat

  719. Pat says:

    I am working on a scrapy log cabin a scrapy string spider web quilt. The fabric will work good in either.
    Thanks for the chance
    Pat

  720. Geri Running says:

    I like the look of the Strippy Pyramids. I think it would be a fun baby quilt.

  721. Shirley (crafty grammy) says:

    I love the Strippy Pyramids! The 4 Patch Puzzle would be a lot of fun also. Can be made in any size. Granddaughter moving into a twin bed soon so the giveaway stack would be great for a quilt for her.

  722. Kristine Neuenschwander says:

    It’s hard to decide which quilt pattern to use first! There are several that have “called out to me” and my fabric scraps will definitely be used a lot. I will have to make the Four Patch Puzzle and Strippy Pyramids quilts. I think the reproduction fabric will look great along with my scraps in the Grandma’s Broken Dishes quilt I will sew!

  723. Margaret Bingham says:

    I picture those fabrics in/or on Sunbonnet Sue, Don’t know who I would give it to, with 5 Children, 14 grand children and 6 GreatGrands!!!

  724. Chris Fain says:

    I would assist my mom with any quilt she would want to make from the material. She is the best and I have already lost my grandmother so whatever mom wants I would be willing to tackle with her. As long as we create it together before she is gone. It would be made with love, warmth, time and patience. I would LOVE to win the quarters and she would be so excited that I even tried!!! Sewing is a dying art and so is spending time with your mom and grandmother!!!!!! Now that is LOVE and that is a HOME.

  725. Kathy Biciocchi says:

    I love the new modern quilt patterns, but I would have to choose “Grandma’s Broken Dishes” for these lovely 1930’s reproduction fabrics. They’re perfect!! Thank you for the chance to win – my fingers are crossed!

  726. Kathy S. says:

    I love Grandma’s Broken Dishes. Thanks for the chance to win!

  727. Shirley Fisher says:

    The weaver’s pattern looks interesting and different from other scrap quilt ideas I’ve seen. I think I will give it a try.

  728. Teresa says:

    I have an old quilt top that I am restoring. I can’t find this pattern ANYWHERE and everyone I’ve asked has never seen it. But I could sure use those fabrics to help get this finished….

  729. Kathy Hale Frankum says:

    I would make a modern quilt with a scrappy look.

  730. Sharon Huey says:

    Sunbonnet Sue!

  731. betty says:

    I would love to make a grandma’s broken dishes quilt with the 30’s style fabrics. New fabric from the 30’s would be awesome!

  732. S Huey says:

    grandmother’s flower garden

  733. Rebecca Herron says:

    They are all lovely, but I believe I would use Kaffe’s Garden at Night.

  734. Love the fabric – would love to do the Starlit Path Quilt -

  735. Judy Marcucci says:

    Love the Grandma’s Broken Dishes quilt!!! Would definitely put these fabrics to good use in that quilt and make the first quilt ever for me!! I always make for somebody else. Thanks for a great magazine.

  736. Barara De Jong says:

    I have been sorting my stash for two days now and still cutting 1 inch – 1 1/2inch- 2 inch – 2 1/2 inch – and 3 inches and today I came upon your free pattern and think I would like to do the Nine Patch Rings.

  737. Beverly Javins says:

    I really like the Four Patch Puzzle.

  738. Karen G says:

    I would like to make a stack and wack pattern. I think the fabric patterns would show up nicely.

  739. Shirley Raley says:

    I see these fabrics being used in a Dresden Plate quilt.

  740. Mary Ann Karpinski says:

    I would buy the magazine to get the pattern for the Kaffe’s Garden at Night quilt and the Grandma’s Broken Dishes quilt. I love them both.

  741. Anita says:

    I have made scrap quilts for both my sons, and since the giveaway bundle is in a kind of feminine colorway, I will make a quilt that will be given to the first serious girlfriend one of my sons get.

  742. Janet Crossman says:

    Love, Love, love scrap quilts and would love to make several but I really Love
    “Ring Around the Square”. thanks for the chance to win.

  743. Krisann R says:

    I will probably use most of my stash for the “Carrie Nation Baby” quilt. :)

  744. Cheryl Bouwens says:

    Think these fabrics would look wonderful in the pineapple variation of the log cabin pattern. Very cool!

  745. Carol Vickers says:

    The stripy pyramid on the front cover is my favorite. I’d love to give it a try!

  746. Pris McGrath says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. I’m still pretty new at this, so would probably try the Easy Peasy or the Four Patch Puzzle for one of my great-nieces.

  747. Angelika Z. says:

    The Easy Peasy Blocks would be my favorites!

  748. I am new to quilting and oh how much I love it. I absolutely love the Fiesta quilt!! The colors are so vibrant!!

  749. I’d make a 1930’s reproduction quilt.

  750. Lois Wilhelm says:

    “Feeling Groovy” is sweet and would look wonderful in the 1930’s real and retro fabrics already in my stash and wouldn’t it be wonderful to add the fabrics in the give away?? :)

  751. Barbara Jamieson says:

    I have recently become interested in Grandmother’s Garden quilts – using the english paper piecing method and would love to use these fabrics of a ’30s look.

  752. Lynn says:

    Fabric set looks great for a scrappy baby quilt for a little girl!

  753. Nicole Davis says:

    These would work great in repairing a quilt that I found that was serving as batting for another quilt. It is an very old quilt that I believe has been in the family for generations, and needs some TLC to restore it so that it can be a quilt again in its own right!

  754. geeksdoitbetter says:

    i need new lap blankets for chilly winters!

  755. Karen says:

    Can’t wait to try the strippy pyramid.

  756. ROBIN says:

    I would like to make the Positively Simple quilt.

  757. Debbie says:

    I will probably make either the FEELIN’ GROOVY or the STRIPPED PREMAID with scraps — they both look interesting and a lot of fun. I have several ladies in a long term care facility that I help with projects they donate to local hospitals for babies so we have been using up my scraps quickly.

  758. Annette Gathright says:

    Feelin’ Grovy would be a good use for the stash. It would be made for a friend dealing with a life threatening illness….

  759. Karen Wolter says:

    love scrappy

  760. Kathy Gregg says:

    I enjoy sewing but have never attempted a whole quilt project and am interested in learning especially after watching the Fons and Porter program on TV. The biggest problem I have is choosing colors and prints that go with each other. I would love to have a stack of fabrics that start me off in that direction. I would begin with a lap quilt or a baby size quilt and see how quilting speaks to me.

  761. K Rediger says:

    I love the fresh look of the cover quilt, Strippy Pyramids. It would be fun to try it in a rainbow effect!

  762. Mary Power-Burke says:

    There’re all beautiful and I love scrappy quilts. The pyramid quilt on the front cover would probably be my 1st choice.

  763. Donna Nicklis says:

    I love the scrappy pyramids and weavers. They both have the modern look.

  764. Barbara Work says:

    Grandma’s Broken Dishes would be my choice for this fabric selection

  765. Coco B says:

    I recently learned how to make “thousand pyramid” blocks and have been waiting to finish a wedding quilt before finding a pattern. Voila! Here it is! “Strippy Pyramid” is the perfect scrappy pieced quilt to make during those hot summer evenings.

  766. Helen says:

    The stripy pyramid quilt looks nice!

  767. Barb says:

    Love the fabrics and colors. Since I am rather new at quilting, scrappy quilts are just the right thing for me. Would love to work with these fabrics.

  768. Karen Eddings says:

    I haven’t used the 30s fabric much. It will be exiting to find just the perfect pattern.

  769. Marcia Knorr says:

    I would make the Hearts and Apron Strings Quilt by Sharon Schambers.

  770. Margaret Colyar says:

    I like Grandma’s broken dishes. Never say it before. Could be quite colorful. 1930’s retro prints are very in right now. Would love to have some.

  771. Nana Karen says:

    I would love to do two twin quilts- for the two guest beds at our house. So Ring Around the Square and Grandma’s Broken Dishes, probably. But the fabric will tell me! That’s what I always rely on.

  772. Connie Burlingame says:

    Love the idea of a magazine dedicated to scrappy quilts. Maybe that would help me reduce my stash..Ha!Ha!

  773. Julie Cross says:

    Love, love, love the pyramid quilt!! Have to make this one!

  774. cathy gibson says:

    I would like to make the pyramid scrappy quilt.

  775. jan marie says:

    Would love to make a baby quilt or two!

  776. Gerry says:

    I love the strippy pyramid pattern. I can see it as a record of all the quilts I have made for my niesces and nephews and others.

  777. I would love to win this. I received news that I am going to be a great-grandmother and grandmother times 2 this year. So I need as much fabric as I can get. Lots of quilt making for me this year.

  778. Elma Lutman says:

    Strippy pyramid is what I’d make. I’m not much on stripes but I really like this one. It just looks clean and fresh. Thanks for the chance to win.

  779. Kerry says:

    I just started teaching myself and the first magazine I purchased was
    Scrap Quilts. The instructions are easy to understand which makes
    a difference. I like the way the patterns are graded as it makes one feel they
    can become more proficient in this wonderful craft

  780. Fay Poulin says:

    I would definitely use the 1930s for Granny’s Star. I have saved that pattern from several years ago and have begun buying fabrics for it. I love scrappy looking quilts and could never have too much fabric for them!

  781. Sharon Vink says:

    I love the Easy Peasy Blocks, looks like a way to use lots of different scraps. And be fun too.

  782. Bridget Mahoney says:

    I would use the fabric to make the “twirling triangles” quilt.

  783. Fay Poulin says:

    I would use the 1930s for Granny’s Star. I love scrappy looking quilts and could never have enough fabric for them!

  784. Marilyn Zearbaugh says:

    I love 30’s fabrics. Maybe because they remind me of my childhood.

  785. Alice Allen says:

    I have very few repro fabrics in my stash, so it would be great to add those to the mix! I think I would like to use scraps in a broken dishes or a strippy pyramid, but I have a lot of ideas for scrappy quilts!

  786. Vivian says:

    I would make four patch puzzle or Grandma Broken Dishes.

  787. Jeanne Bakelar says:

    Looking to make a weighted quilted blanket for my granddaughter who is severely handicapped and needs a blanket that will hold her legs down while she sleeps.

  788. Sherry C says:

    I like the Starlit Path and Easy Peasy quilts.

  789. DianeH says:

    Grandma’s Broken Dishes would be a fabulous pattern to use up some of my drawer full of fat quarters. Looks like a great issue!

  790. Sarah says:

    It is my mum and step fathers 10 year wedding anniversary next year and i would use the fabric to make them a quilt for their bed.

  791. Jayne says:

    Definitely the Kaffe midnight Garden quilt. This will use up the scraps from the quilts for which I have recently purchased fabrics.

  792. Karen Smock says:

    Hi. If I won the fabric stash, I would use it to reproduce the bowtie quilt that my Grandma made with her mother in the 1930’s.

  793. Susan Griffen says:

    I admire the version of Modern Scrap Quilt. That would be quick to put together and take care of a variety of scraps, which I seem to have accumulated.

  794. Susan Griffen says:

    I admire the version of Modern Scrap Quilt. It would be quick to put together and would take care of a variety of scraps, which I seem to have plenty of.

  795. m. klotzsche says:

    I would make the strippy pyramid. Thanks for the chance to win.

  796. Cristina says:

    I really like making scrap quilts. The fabrics would make a great addition to my scrap quilts in progress.

  797. Karen Jones says:

    Definitely easy peasey but with all scrap pieces and not fat quarters

  798. Diane Schwarz says:

    “Strippy Pyramids would be perfect for this delicious assortment of fabrics!
    They are my favorites! Thanks for the chance to win big!!!!!

  799. Phyllis Murzyn says:

    The stash calls out for four-patch with a bright binding to match.

  800. Marty says:

    Oh! The love of fabric to create

  801. BB says:

    What fun. Have several ideas in mind. Oh the opportunities.

  802. Barbara Wiggins says:

    Have fallen in love with scrappy quilts! Would love to do the Broken Dishes, again, but with the bright colors in the 30s pack. Hope I win!

  803. Diane Koenig says:

    I love the stripy pyramids quilt on the cover, I also have 2 quilts started that use the reproduction fabrics. The fabric would come in handy for a new quilt and finishing some UFO’s.

  804. Jeanne D says:

    Strippy pyramids appeal to me

  805. Betsy Carr says:

    I would use the bundle to make the Ring Around the Square scrap quilt. It reminds me of a quilt my grandmother had.

  806. I’m thinking either Strippy Pyramids or Feelin’ Groovy Updated would be fabulous patterns for this fat quarter bundle! I’m anxious to try a 30’s repro quilt since I haven’t tried that yet. Thanks for offering this giveaway.

  807. Sharon Shiffert says:

    I like the Starlit Path, fat quarter-friendly quilt!

  808. Elizabeth says:

    Love those fabrics. I would make a nine patch for my grandaughter’s big girl bed. She is 18 months old.

  809. I love the collection . I would make a Scrappy Quilt for a new Grandchild due the last of Dec.

  810. Peggy Lipinski says:

    I would love the strippy pyramids would be great for either a child or young adult–would be fun as a baby quilt in flannels.

  811. Pam from CA says:

    I would love these to make a nice throw quilt for my living room!

  812. Debra McClanahan says:

    Without a doubt, Grandma’s Broken Dishes! I had just decided over the weekend that a Broken Dishes quilt would be next on my list (after the current graduation quilt) And I adore 30’s prints.

  813. Debbie Wilson says:

    I love scrappy quilts, the one circles around squares looks interesting

  814. Susan Wood says:

    Starlit path would be my choice of quilts to make.

  815. Connie Meier says:

    There are several quilts I would enjoy making from the ones you show. My scrap piles would look great if completed.

  816. Karen says:

    Strippy Pyramids…love the colors as pictured. I would like to make this using a green-purple-fuschia palette…:)

  817. Martha Smith says:

    I have a windmill pattern that would look fabulous when using these fabrics. And I have a new bedroom set to put the finished quilt on!

  818. Ann Biava says:

    I would make baby quilt.

  819. Diana Conlee says:

    The four patch puzzle is my favorite.

  820. Connie Meier says:

    Several of these quilts would be great using my many scraps. I enjoy reading you magazines.

  821. Debbie Dority says:

    I am a child of the 60’s! Would be making Feeling Groovy…Almost 30 yrs ago I bought a Georgia Bonesteel book and made a baby quilt with her lap-quilting method – won a ribbon at the state fair! I have a stash from then and it would be perfect for Feeling Groovy!

  822. Connie Meier says:

    Several of these scrappy quilt patterns would be fun to make.

  823. Marsha Ransom says:

    Kaffe’s Garden at Night would be my choice because I love the Dresden Plate pattern with the floral appliques and the uniqueness of the dark setting.

  824. Edith Montaldo says:

    I’m making quilts for my five grand children. I have completed two and I’m looking for something to make for my 14 year old granddaughter. I think she would love the Stripping Pyramids made from the reproduction 30’s fabric.

  825. A. Kale says:

    I really liked the Feelin’ Groovy–Updated Traditional Scrap Quilt it bright and adds a new change

  826. Vickie Keith says:

    I don’t have any 1930’s fabric in my stash so this would be a fun addition and inspiration to add some to one of my projects.

  827. catt says:

    I liked the Ring Around The Square it would look great with Jo fabric. Also the Weavers Quilt very modern and refreshing design!

  828. Lisa Lee says:

    I’m working on an English Paper Piecing 1″ hexagon flower garden in the 1930 repro fabrics and that would work great with what I’m working on. Thanks for the giveaway!

  829. Mary Dahlberg says:

    I love to make miniature quilts and really like to replicate the older patterns. I have not done a churn dash scrappy in miniature yet. Think this fabric may just be right for it.

  830. Karen Pringle says:

    I fell in love with the stripy quilt! Would love to try this with those fabrics, please! :-)

  831. Kathi says:

    Right now I’m obsessed with making string lap quilts for the local Veteran’s Hospital, and the Soldier’s and Sailor’s Retirement Center. I think the ladies that are vets would like these cute prints.

  832. Rose Wakefield says:

    I would make a quilt or donate the fabrics to Quilted Hugs, a charity that makes and gives quilts to children who have been abused.

  833. C Sprauer says:

    I would make either Kaffe’s Garden at Night or another Dresden Plate version. It’s one of my favorite quilt patterns. I also have a 30’s book at home that has several quilts in it that I’d like to make someday. I have made a 30’s sampler quilt and a Fancy Dresden Plate quilt in the past. I ten to like traditional patterns. Thank you for letting me enter this drawing.

  834. Jeannine James says:

    I would make either Color Study or Weavers from my mountain of scraps! Recently, I’ve been using scraps and leftover strips to make string-pieced blocks on telephone book pages — perfect for so many shapes!

  835. Barb Colvin says:

    Starlit Path would be a good choice for my stash.

  836. Clara says:

    After working for a week organizing my sewing room, I know I could use the ideas in this book to use the stash of left over fabric. It is now neatly sorted and ready to go.

  837. JODY SCHULTZ says:

    I would use the fabric for carrie nation baby quilt, its awesome.

  838. Rosalie Joehnk says:

    I love the Weavers quilt and would love to have an addition to my stash to make it!

  839. D. Kirchoff says:

    I’ve marked 7 of the quilts in this edition to make!
    I’ll make Starlit Path and Ring Around the Square to use up my more traditional fabrics and then move on to Weavers to use my brights. I also plan on making Positively Simple using donated fabric and then the quilt will go to a local hospital gift shop.
    Love the size options!

  840. Peggy Looby says:

    I love the pyramids scrappy quilt! It’s so different than anything I’ve made before, and I love the summery colors! Thanks……

  841. Gail Norman says:

    I will make a quilt for my sister. Thanks for the giveaway!

  842. Verna Angel says:

    I would love to use my stash to make either the Feelin Groovy or the Strippy Pyramids quilts. I am a great fan of the more traditional quilts and I feel the prints in the stash would be perfect for either of these quilts. I am also “old school” in that I hand quilt all my quilts. I love hand quilting and feel that it adds a lot to the value of a quilt both with the work that goes into it and the love that is stitched into each quilt that is made as a gift for someone special.

  843. Mona says:

    Four Patch Puzzle–Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt would make a small dent in my stash. I would probably have to make more than one to really make a dent but it is my first choice – second choice would be the Kaffes Garden at Night.

  844. Beth Morris says:

    I would make the Ring Around the Square quilt from my stash. I haven’t branched out into 30’s fabric and winning the 1930’s fat quarter bundle would be a great opportunity for me to play with something new.

  845. Loree Kristoff says:

    I would love to make the Easy Modern Scrap quilt. I make lap quilts for the Florida Baptist Children’s Home and with this pattern I could make numerous quilts in different color schemes as well as sizes and still be appealling.

  846. Suzanne Chinnock says:

    I would use the scraps for Starlit Path. So looking forward to it

  847. Sandy Aiuppa says:

    My daughter-in-law loves the 30’s reproduction prints, so the quilt would be made for her. Maybe I would make a pinwheel or let her choose the pattern. I would love to be chosen! Thanks for the opportunity…..

  848. Flo Kreis says:

    My friend and I just finished 75 crib size scrappy quilts we are taking to Appalachia.
    What a joy to do this for others. We would love to replenish our stash and make more quilts. We used many of the ideas from your TV programs and web sites.

    Thanks a bunch.

  849. beverly stone says:

    All of the patterns in this issue would be wonderful to share with my group of prayer quilt ministry ladies at my church!! Winning the fabric would be a added bonus!!

  850. Deb S says:

    I would love to make a log cabin with my stash.

  851. Janey Cook says:

    I would really love the fabric to do “Dream Weavers” and also Easy Peasy. Wonderful use of fabric!

  852. Martha Kerns says:

    would make the 4 patch. have a loy of scraps.

  853. Barbara Murphy says:

    Looks like they would be perfect for a quilt for my granddaughter.

  854. Donna H says:

    My minimal stash would best be used in the EASY PEASY Block Quilt. I have a wide variety of bits and pieces, so this quilt would be perfect as there is no “Pattern” that ties the material together and there are varying sizes of pieces used to make each block.

  855. Toni A. says:

    I love the look of the modern pyramid quilt———but it would only take some of my stash, not most.

  856. Lowella Murray says:

    I need to use up my red, white and blue star fabric in my stash. I plan on making a Quilt of Valor with it for a friend that served.

  857. Joyce says:

    I am planning a quilt for a wedding present for my son and future DIL- only have 1 year to make it in!! I’m thinking Wedding Ring, but need to ask Darcy first if she has any preferences.

  858. Paula Howard says:

    I would use the fabric for Strawberry Skies.

  859. Maureen Walmsley says:

    I really like the Feeling Groovy quilt. Love the scrappy border look too. I’ve always wanted to try a quilt using the Monkey Wrench blocks. Now’s my chance!

  860. Linda Ryder says:

    I love the modern look of the Stripy Pyramid quilt and think it would be great in those fabrics along with my stash. I usually do more traditional patterns and fabrics and would love to try something different.

  861. Debbie Rhodes says:

    The stripy pyramid looks like a lot of fun to make.

  862. Sharon Bain says:

    I would use them to make a flower garden to give to my first great grandchild due in November. I would give it to my grandaughter when the baby turns one.

  863. Marti Parsons says:

    Strippy Pyramids or Easy Peasy. Or…. I might do a butterfly quilt for my daughter. These are definately the colors she loves!

  864. Lourdes Fay says:

    I have been wanting to make a scrappy hugs n’ kisses.

  865. connie kapralos says:

    My scrap bin overflowith with 30’s prints and the pyramid quilt would just be perfect to knock down the pile…Please pick me!!

  866. Connie V says:

    Four Patch Puzzle – love that it looks like a basket weave.

  867. Beverly Porter says:

    I would like to make the Starlit Path–Fat Quarter Friendly Scrap Quilt with these fabrics. It would give the quilt a whole different look. I have it all planned out and would love to be the winner. Thanks for considering my idea.

  868. Nancy Fanning says:

    I would love to win the 1930’s stash bundle! Not sure which quilt I would make but I know it would be from one of the Fons and Porter’s Love of Quilting magazines I have.

  869. Sally D says:

    I would make a lap quilt for our Senior center. They appreciate having something hand made when many don’t have family near by. Easy Peasy!

  870. Nancy L says:

    I would love to make the Color Study quilt. The colors are so vibrant!

  871. Charlene Cook says:

    I love all the quilts however the easy peasy block would use up most of the fabric straps. But the positivel simple would use up much of fabric stash of fat quarters.

  872. Janet Wachenheimer says:

    I would love to see Starlit Path in the reproduction fabric! Congratulations to the lucky winner :-)

  873. Cari C says:

    I would use them for my ever present in my mind Dresden plate quilt. I am slowly building up my fabric stash to make one. Would love to add these too!

  874. Angela Fisk says:

    Traditional Flower Garden hex quilt.

  875. Edna Kidd says:

    Love the fabric and would love to make a quilt with it, maybe a Double Wedding Ring for my daughter…Thanks for the opportunity to win…

  876. These fabrics would be perfect for a “Feelin’ Groovy” quilt! I like to make what I call `happy quilts’ for the children with cancer at one of our local hospitals. So often they are cold while going through chemotherapy infusions and the quilts not only help keep them warm, but also let them know they are loved and not alone. The children get to take their quilts with them when they are discharged from the hospital.

  877. geri kuster says:

    Would love to make the garden at night pattern. although I just downloaded your free ebook and patterns and love a pinwheel quilt, love the motion and simple beauty of pinwheels, wonderful in retro fabric

  878. Lee Ann Lawrence says:

    Wow! My beginners group would love this prize!!

  879. Anne J says:

    LOVE the Strippy Pyramids quilt, super cute for a baby quilt. Color Study is another favorite.

  880. Pat Hull says:

    My granddaughter is graduating from high school in June 2014. I have been looking at fabric and patterns for a quilt for her to take to college. These prints would make a lovely quilt for her.

  881. Kathy says:

    My favorite is the Scrappy Pyramid Pattern, I like the fresh look of the white to set off all the colors.

  882. Sharon says:

    I love strippy quilts and the pyramids caught my eye right away. Light/bright sunny colors are easy for me to sew. My quilts are always from bits and pieces from here and there.

  883. Sandi Bauer says:

    I love to work with reproduction fabrics. These would make a darling baby quilt!

  884. Christine Smith says:

    I will use my fabric stash to make the beautiful strippy pyramids quilt for my new granddaughter. It is beautiful

  885. Jane Hensley says:

    I want to make Weavers. I recently joined a modern quilt guild and this would be a perfect quilt for me as I am also a weaver. I can’t wait to stitch it up!

  886. Joanna Moreland says:

    I think this fabric would be fabulous for the Carrie Nation- Baby fat quarter scrap quilt

  887. Glenda Nail says:

    I will definitley be making a baby quilt for one of my grand daughter due in Sept and my grand son or daughter due in Dec.!

  888. Sharon says:

    I would love to incorporate the fabric into a quilt for my daughter who is getting married in Sept.

  889. norma silk says:

    WOW! What a beautiful collection of 30’s fabric. I can use those in the the next quilt I make for our Scrap Quilting Club.

  890. Debbie C. says:

    Strippy pyramid

  891. Sarah Craig says:

    I love the Strippy Pyramids!

  892. Bronda says:

    Starlit path–I love stars and my stash is full of warm fall-like colors.

  893. Barb K. says:

    I would use the reproduction prints to make a “Grandmother’s Flower Garden” using the “half hex” method.

  894. I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE A REVERSE 9 PATCH OUT OF THAT ERA… I HAVE BEEN SAVING MY SCRAPS AND MY FAT QUARTERS WHEN I CAN FIND THEM….

  895. Sarah Gunter says:

    I would love to win these 30’s reproduction fabrics to go with some feedsack fabric I have that belonged to my mother. She made our clothes from them when we were little and always had Daddy look for certain feedsacks whenever he bought feed. It took several to make an outfit so she had to save like sacks until she had enough. I love the Kaffe’s Garden at Night quilt and think it would be great made from these.

  896. Diane Holmes says:

    Easy Peasy looks great for a snuggle-up-sofa quilt!

  897. Mom C says:

    I really like the Strippy Pyramid quilt. Thanks.

  898. Judy Kent says:

    Would like to make Kaffe’s Garden at night. Beautiful design.

  899. shirley yates says:

    Baby quilt

  900. Susan Sorrells says:

    My mother used a log cabin pattern to create a family signature quilt many years ago. I think it is time to do another family signature quilt, and I think Feelin Groovy would be a perfect pattern.

  901. What a way to build up my stash!!! Beautiful.

  902. Ce53 says:

    I’d love to make a Dove in the Window quilte with doves of different colors.

  903. Jean says:

    Scrap happy looks like a great quilt to make with my scrap collection.

  904. Deb Enders says:

    I’ve made many, many dozens of quilts over the years. I’ve yet to make one for myself, all the quilts I’ve made have been for others. If I won those wonderful fabrics I must admit, I would use it for a quilt for ME! Love, love the old look of the fabrics, and I’d add it to the little bit of repro fabrics I have and make a quilt I’ve always wanted to make — log cabin….for ME! Selfish, yes! But those fabrics are too lovely to do anything else with!

  905. Sally Jaquet says:

    Recently lost everything in a fire. All of these would be a great way to use up the parts of clothing that are left. I love them all and will do each many times in the next year.

  906. Kathy Wells says:

    If I won the fabric contest, I would start making a baby quilt for my first grandbaby, which, by the way, is not yet conceived. I’m waiting. Maybe if my daughter sees what I’m making, she will get the hint and give me a grandbaby! I think a pinwheel quilt is what I would make. (I hope I win!!!)

  907. Cheri Huff says:

    I would like to make the Strippy Pyramid quilt with my stash and the 1930’s fat quarters.

  908. VickiT says:

    I like a few of those quite alot, but I would think I’d start with the Carrie Nation Baby quilt.

  909. Jennine Duda says:

    I’d love to use these for a quilt to enter in the Minnesota State Fair!

  910. Kay Eubank says:

    Probably the Pyramid quilt hard to choice

  911. Carol Garvey says:

    I am not sure maybe something off my head when I get that feeling to make something

  912. Louise Baker says:

    These fabrics would look great on a Sun Bonnet Sue quilt for a special little girl.

  913. Ginny says:

    I’d make a string quilt with the 30s fabric. Love it!

  914. Lindab says:

    I love Kaffe’s quilt…love doing dresden plates!! But these colors make me lean toward a baby quilt for my best friend’s new granddaughter.

  915. Erin says:

    I love postage stamp quilts!

  916. Brenda says:

    I love the old fashion 9 patch. I love making quilts using my scraps.

  917. Pam Pommer says:

    I love the ” Feeling Groovy” quilt. I like the churn dash block. I think it would be fun to make and it would look great in 1930’s fabrics.

  918. Sue Raymond says:

    These fat quarters would fit right in with my tub of ’30s repros, and the modern quilt would be what I would make with all the great fabrics – I love to use unexpected patterns with my different collections – it makes me happy to create something unique that shows off the colors and textures of my stash – whether it is repros or batiks – and if it’s something that no one else would do, that’s even better. Thanks for the opportunity to win these lovely fabrics, they would have a happy home in my girl cave.

  919. Margaret DeBower says:

    Scrap quilts are my favorite type of quilt. I made scrap quilts for my granddaughters when they were babies and am now working on a Grandmother’s flower garden quilt using fabrics from my scrap bag. It is so much fun.

  920. Laurel Lee says:

    I’d make the strippy quilts pattern with these fabrics!

  921. Linda Klungle says:

    Feelin’ Groovy would be a good match for using up my fabric scraps. I love using bright colors and the money wrench pattern appeals to me.

  922. Linda Klungle says:

    Feelin’ Groovy would be a fun quilt for the scraps I have.

  923. Shauna Lehr says:

    I just started quilting last year and getting close to finishing my 3rd quilt. I have a couple of patterns that I love and they were made with 30’s fabric.I can’t wait to do the same!!

  924. Jenifer Aragon says:

    My quilt guild makes community service quilts for children in the hospital. That fabric looks perfect for a nice 9-patch ring quilt for a little girl.

  925. Renea says:

    I really like the Easy Peasy Blocks quilt. This magazine would be perfect for me because I love all scrappy quilts. Thanks for the great giveaway. 30’s fabrics are my favorite.

  926. Sandy Krueger says:

    Love pastels and would probably do the Carrie Nation Baby quilt for new granddaughter due in Sept.

  927. Sharon Joy says:

    Strippy pyramids would be my choice. It is so bright.

  928. Sharon S. says:

    I’d made Easy Peasy!

  929. Gina says:

    I have always wanted to make a 1930’s reproduction quilt…these fabrics would be used for that! I LOVE THEM!

  930. Susan Hall says:

    The fabrics look so happy! I would use them for Grandma’s Broken Dishes.

  931. Kay Berland says:

    Carrie Nation is the quilt I would make. It will look great in 30’s repro fabric. It has my two favorite quilt pattern descriptions: baby and fat quarter friendly!

  932. Janie says:

    I like Fiesta best, but would like to accomplish Starlit Path.

  933. Glenda B. says:

    I would have to choose Carrie Nation! It will look adorable wrapped around granddaughter #2 due in a few months!

  934. James says:

    I would make the broken dishes pattern, but probably do it with more scrappy prints rather than solids, such as a set of ’30s style fat quarters…..

  935. Mary F Johnson says:

    I think the Carrie Nation Baby would fit right in with these fabrics. Thanks!

  936. Barbara Kendrick says:

    I Love All the Scrappy Ones Scrappy is my quilting name!

  937. K B Parnell says:

    the modern weavers…bright, clean, crisp, and could be made in many sizes with many different colorways and scrap “piles”!! love it!!

  938. Elaine M. says:

    I’m thinking I’d like to make the Grandma’s Broken Dishes for my daughter. She inherited her Gram’s dishes and so many of them were chipped or broken. This would be perfect!

  939. Christy Kinder says:

    The Easy Peasy looks fun!

  940. Kay Jeffers Bohnsack says:

    Kaffe’s Garden at Night makes my heart flutter. Wow – how classy it is.

  941. janet walters says:

    Ring Around the Square would be the quilt I would make. The fabric giveaway is pretty.

  942. Linda Becker says:

    We are so excited to welcome in October the family’s first set of twins, a boy and a girl. I can see the 1930s fabric wrapped around them and keeping them warm and snug.

  943. Karen Pryce says:

    My favorite is the strippy pyramids. I could see this quilt in a varity of colors to suit any age. Thanks for the givaway.

  944. Jeanet Wilson says:

    I would love to make the strippy pyramids pattern.

  945. Kitty Platt says:

    I’d like to win these fabrics for the ladies at the senior home. These fabrics will be the start to a “New Beginning”. We will create a Friendship Quilt at the Senior Nursing center. All the ladies who are willing to try will be part of a community quilt. They will all create a fusible block and sign their names to this project. This quilt will be hung so all the visiting families can enjoy.

  946. Judy says:

    I would continue to finish my snail’s trail quilt that i started with my 30’s fabric. your addition would look great!!!

  947. Kay Perrin says:

    Ring Around the Square! It’s the winner for sure.

  948. Jan says:

    I would love to make a windmill quilt with the selections of fabrics.

  949. Diane Gregg says:

    I would make a scrappy basket pattern to replace the worn out quilts from the 50’s that are currently on the guest bed.

  950. Sharon Durnell says:

    I have a scrap quilt my grandmother helped make, probably in about the 1920s or 1930s. I always remember it being on her bed when I was little, and I loved it. Something about it was just comforting. I don’t know what the pattern was, but I would probably make a fan or basket type pattern or something of the sort. I love the pastel fabrics from that time.

  951. Judy Rutherford says:

    I would make baby quilts to keep on hand for tornado or hurricane or other victims who have lost everything. Seems to be a need very often.

  952. Sandy says:

    After a double Brain Aneurysm starting over learning how to quilt. I think I would like to do easy peasy.

  953. Jane S. says:

    I love the Strippy Pyramids quilt! The contrast of the pyramids with the crisp white fabric is just beautiful.

    No wonder Fiesta won the Scrap Quilt Contest — that is an amazing quilt. :)

  954. Paule-Marie says:

    Kaffe’s Garden at Midnight. Then the pyramid quilt

  955. Jean Anderson says:

    I would start with the Four Patch Puzzle quilt.

  956. Caryn Goulden says:

    I think Grandma’s Broken Dishes would be a good one to use up my scraps. The ’30s bundle would make a great Grandma’s Flower Garden or the Carrie Nation baby quilt.

  957. Peggy says:

    Soooooo many quilts to make. What wonderful fabrics to choose from.

  958. Helen Ellice says:

    I would definitely make the Weavers quilt. I love it and fits well with the amount of negative space that I’m really into at the moment.