Monday, May 13, 2013

May for Me Giveaway #3

Update:  This May for Me Giveaway ended on Sunday at Midnight. (May 19th)

There will be three winners for this Giveaway!

YES --- Three Winners!

The three winners will choose 6 Quilter's Blenders Fat Quarters as their prize!

I will be sharing a Free Quilt Pattern later this month using 6 colorful fat quarters to make a baby or lap quilt!  It is fun and easy to make!



I carry 16 Colors in the Quilter's Blenders Extra Wide Fabrics.  There are more colors than in the photo above.

You can choose the Rainbow or Color Wheel Set.



The Quilter's Blenders work great with most colorful prints.



They are perfect for blending with a baby fabric.


I love them with stripes!



I chose a few colors to blend with this dotted fabric.


Another nice blend with this print.



These two gold blenders compliment this print very nicely.


Anyway, you get the idea.  The Quilter's Blenders really do blend with your fabric prints.

On my website, www.craftysewing.com you can order in 1 yard increments.  One yard equals 36" X 108" wide --- that is a lot of fabric.  If you would like less than a yard of any of the Quilter's Blenders in stock you can email me.  I sell 1/4 yards, 1/2 yards, and fat quarters!  Just ask me!  Marcia@craftysewing.com 

#1 Leave a comment to enter --- What would you make if you won the 6 Quilter's Blenders Fat Quarters?
or 
will you wait for the Free Quilt Pattern using the 6 Fat Quarters?

Do you want another chance in the drawing?
#2 Leave a second comment telling me where you shared my Giveaway --- See the buttons at the bottom of the post for sharing.

I will choose Three Winners using Random.org.

Giveaway ends at Midnight on Sunday night, May 19th.

and winner will be announced on Monday.

Giveaway is open to everyone.

All prizes will be mailed out the first week in June.

I am going to reply to all the comments again this week!
If I don't reply to you, you may be a no reply blogger. Please check your settings, so I can reply.  There were several of you that I could not reply to last week.


 
Thanks so much for sharing! 


Celebrating May for Me!

Marcia









72 comments:

Laura said...

I would make a modern zigzag quilt.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I do know some FQ patterns, but I would love to wait and see what you come up with - how fun.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow the blenders are beautiful! I would make something with a white background, maybe like Swoon.

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

Honestly I would probably add these to a scrappy trip quilt I'm working on. They would be fantastic for that!

Lisa Marie said...

I love combining blenders with prints when making scrappy quilts so that is probably what I would do. I'm making lots of lap quilts for Christmas gifts so the blenders would find their way in to one or more, should I be lucky enough to win!

sew.darn.quilt said...

I'm wanting to do a Modern this year, modern and curvy :)
Thank you for the chance.

OhioLori said...

Ooooooh I think I'd wait for your new pattern to come out...would be sooooo cool to use my winning fabrics from your Drawing, to make a quilt with your Pattern too! :)

Mystica said...

I'd like to use them as part of a quilt - a disappearing nine patch probably.

erin zinobile said...

i would probably use the fabric for a scrappy trip around the world!

B Stull said...

I would wait for the new pattern.

B Stull said...

Shared on facebook!

Debbie said...

I love all those bright colors and would save them in my stash for when I need just the right blender. Thanks, Marcia! Looks like you're having a great time with May for Me!

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

I'm planning a Farmers Wife Quilt with blenders only, so I'd add them to my fabric stack for that quilt.
Thanks for the chance!

Teje Karjalainen said...

Thank you for a great give away! I have made only one quilt with solids so I would love to make an other one, creating some other pattern.
nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

Nortiness said...

Oooh! What beautiful fabrics! It's quite relaxing on the eyes to see such beautiful solidish colors that aren't all crazy active!

I'd say that I'd wait until I saw what you come up with! See if I can incorporate your beautiful fabrics with some of my own into the pattern you've designed! :)

Fiesta said...

Marcia thank you for the chance.mi have three baby quilts to gift and I already made two so I would make one more. Thank you for the chance.

JoyceLM said...

I'll definitely wait for your free pattern if I'm lucky enough to win. Thanks for the chance.

Carin Aschan said...

I would wait for the Free Pattern!
carin(dot)aschan(at)hotmail(dot)com

goody said...

I have 2 baby quilts to make, so would use them on one of those!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Mine would normally go in a quilt; but I may wait for that pattern...thanks

Lori said...

I don't know, the colors are so pretty, I may just have to stare at them for a while.

Tammy said...

I would proably wait to see the pattern. Unless I had to pull one to help finish a current project. Thnaks for the chance to enter your giveaway.

Karen said...

These would be perfect for my rainbow D4P blocks.
I will have to check out your fabrics these would be a great addition to some quilts I am working on. Thank you for a chance to win.

Sharon Hughson said...

I would wait for the free pattern and see what it looks like. I really don't need anymore fabric, but the blenders would help me use up some of this out of control stash. LOL

Margaret said...

I love the colors of blenders that you carry. I would make the train wall hanging I just saw on the Jolly Jabber blog.

Sandra said...

Might just make another Texas Teardrop quilt. These would be great in it.

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Love Of Quilts said...

They would be used in a quilt! I'll be watching for your pattren.

Anita in Florida said...

I love all the colors...would wait for the pattern!

Patricia said...

I love the colors! I would use them in a lap size quilt probably.

Quilter said...

I think I would have to "pet" those fabrics and just admire the beauty before I decide what to do with them. The colors are yummy!

Quilter said...

I think I would have to "pet" those fabrics and just admire the beauty before I decide what to do with them. The colors are yummy!

Pat said...

I think that I would wait for your pattern to see what it is!

dawn - Mi rincón de mariposas said...

Uhmmmmm I don't know if I could wait for the pattern, they are lovely, I'd love to sew clothes with them!

Hilachas said...

Wow, awesome fabrics. If I were to win, I would wait for yur tutorial. Thanks for the opportunity.

JustPam said...

I would love to see your quilt pattern before I decide.

JustPam said...

I tweeted.

https://twitter.com/nalaxu/status/334322338139107329

Unknown said...

I just saw a disappearing 4 patch using rainbow colors along with black with white and white with black that I really liked. Your fabrics would be perfect. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

The Slow Quilter said...

I love your color blends they are wonderful. I would waite for the patteren to see what I would make with them. I am really into making cube quilts and some of the colors would look great with any print.

Gill said...

I'd make a picnic quilt! if summer ever comes! here it's cold and wet today!

Mary said...

I will wait to see the pattern! Thanks

vicki said...

I would wait for your pattern and see what would happen from there. Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

barb said...

I would make me a colorful chemo quilt for myself. Barbara babscorbitt@gmail.com

gpc said...

Beautiful! I am working on scrappy pouches and potholders for Christmas, and they would work well with those projects.

Lady J said...

I would wait for the pattern. Such great colors!

Karen said...

Beautiful blenders that would look lovely with a few floral prints that I have. But then again, a new pattern is always worth waiting for.

Brittney said...

I would whip a couple of the blocks that Alyssa at Pile O'Fabric is doing - they look great with solids!

Marjorie Nath said...

Beautiful blenders. I'm not sure what I would make, probably would wait for your pattern.
thelady at hotmail.com

Marjorie Nath said...

I shared your post on my facebook wall.
thelady at hotmail.com

Valerie said...

Beautiful colors!
I'm not sure yet, but probably I would try your pattern.
tau(underscore)be(at)yahoo(dot)com

easternmarketsewer said...

They would be perfect for my bubble quilt that I have designed

Meg said...

I would use them along with the Sew Mama Sew giveaway I won from you to make a rainbow tote back.

Is it selfish to enter for another giveaway after just winning one?!?!

Thanks for doing this!

Meg said...

I shared your giveaway on my blog here: http://iammegandsocanyou.blogspot.com/2013/05/sew-many-giveaways.html

GG said...

Hi Marcia,
Thanks for this giveaway! I have several patterns I want to start but I am interested in seeing your creative pattern.

Sarah_L_N said...

I think I would use them in quilt blocks, they seem to blend so well with all the other fabrics you showed!

Sarah_L_N said...

I tweeted here https://twitter.com/Sarah_L_N/status/334469262422994944
:)

jmniffer said...

I would wait and see what your pattern looks like. Thanks for the chance!

KT said...

I think I would wait and see the pattern, unless a quilt I start jumps out st me that it needs these colors!

KT said...

i pinned it!
http://pinterest.com/pin/164592561354496843/

Teresa by Design said...

I love these fabrics! They are screaming chevrons to me!

Krochet4kids said...

I would make a quilt for my first greatgrand baby

Krochet4kids said...

I shared on Facebook

kcro62 said...

i would probably wait for the new pattern then decide! love new ideas! sharing. thanks for the giveaway!

kcro62 said...

i would probably wait for the new pattern then decide! love new ideas! sharing. thanks for the giveaway!

Shannon said...

Wow, how cool. Thank you. I would wait to see your pattern!

nancy b. said...

What beautiful fabrics! Thinking I would wait for the pattern. Maybe! ;-)

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Blenders are nice to have around to add to projects in progress, when you just need a 'bit more'. They are also good for applique, and I have some flower applique mini quilts that I need to get started on.

CieAngel said...

I would added them to a challenge quilt I'm going to be making soon. Thank you for the giveaway.

CieAngel said...

I Pin It, shared on FB, Twittered and Googled it.

cllcraft said...

I have some vintage Laurel Burch fabric that these blenders would look fabulous with! A jungle elephant quilt for my granddaughter would be in the works!

Quilter Kathy said...

I would most definitely make your quilt pattern coming up...I will make it anyway :)

Charliejo said...

i'm new to your blog and i'm loving everything you post. i would probably wait for the pattern but who knows!

This Dog's Mom said...

I'm making two baby quilts this summer, so I would definitely use them in those. Blenders would go well with happy stripes and dots. Thanks for the giveaway!