Celebrating 35,000 Facebook Fans!

This week the Keepsake Quilting facebook page hit a new milestone…

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Wow, we have 35,000 fans! We can’t believe it, and we have each and every one of YOU to thank!

 

To celebrate, we are giving away Deb Strain’s NEW Christmas Countdown Fat Quarter Collection for Moda Fabrics. This stack of festive fabrics includes 33 fat quarters and a 23″ x 44″ Christmas-tree panel with 25 numbered blocks to count down to Christmas! These fabrics are small-to-medium scale, so they’re easy to work with and would be a GREAT start for Christmas projects! (retail value of $126.00)

 

Deb Strain’s new Christmas Countdown Fat Quarter Collection for Moda Fabrics

Here’s how to enter:

Leave a comment below—let us know how you would use these fabrics. Please include an email address, so we can contact you if you win.

Winner to be announced Tuesday September 3rd, 2013!

Giveaway closed.
Congratulations to Tina Y, our random winner! Tina, we’ve sent you an email, please respond ASAP.

Maximum one entry per person. Comments with no contact information are not valid.
Comments must be left on this blog post (not on Facebook, or via e-mail).
Giveaway ends Friday, August 30th at 3:00pm Eastern. Open to U.S. residents only.
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1,089 Responses to Celebrating 35,000 Facebook Fans!

  1. Cyd Runde says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my sister who has been supporting my quilting “habit”.

  2. Debbie McNeely says:

    Wow, Thank you for the opportunity to win these!!! They are awesome!!! daisymae2007@gmail.com :)

  3. Debbi Cagney says:

    I love the colors! I’m looking to make 3 Advent calendars for my niece and nephews. Ages 1, 3 and 5. These fabrics would be wonderful!

  4. Cathy McAulay says:

    I would give them to my mom. My mom is a wonderful quilter and taught me to quilt. She has also taught some of the young girls in the community to quilt…trying to get the younger generation to love quilting as much as she does!

  5. Rosemary says:

    I would make runners for my two daughters’ tables, my Mom’s table, and a couple of friends’ tables too!! Love to make gifts for others to enjoy! And if there is some fabric left, maybe even one for myself!!

    • Karen Wold-Wallis says:

      These would be fun to use for making a Christmas fabric Advent Calendar, with one pocket foe each day leading up to Christmas, with each day using a different fabric!

      Congratulations to all involved with this milestone!

  6. Melissa says:

    I would make one of those countdown panels with pockets that my son and I could hang up and “countdown” to Christmas.

  7. Shawna says:

    I would make a paper pieced Christmas wall hanging or table runner for my parents for a holiday gift. The colors look like there’s a nice contrast to make an interesting piece of work.

  8. Bonnie Emmons says:

    Love that Christmas line. It would make a Wonderful quilt and Congrats on the 35,000 Facebook Fans. I know there are a lot more out there!!!

  9. Kathy Trimmer says:

    I would make a Christmas Quilt for a couple getting married in Nov.

  10. Mama Lynnie says:

    Oh, my goodness! This collection would be perfect for an Advent calendar wallhanging, plus a matching tree skirt and patchwork stockings! What a festive Christmas house they’d make!

  11. Debra Neiman says:

    I would use them in my table runner and candle pad Christmas projects, Thank you for the giveaway.

  12. Maureen Ramirez says:

    I would make a Christmas “advent” quilt for my new grandson…so he would take it out every year and anticipate Christmas!! :)

  13. Deb Lang says:

    I’d make a festive table runner. Lots of visibility as a table center piece. Love Moda fabrics!

  14. Joyce says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt for one of my children using the pattern “Oh What Fun”.

  15. Sheri says:

    I would make a charity quilt for our local Domestic Violence Center.

  16. Cathy Robinson says:

    I would use these beautiful prints and make myself a quilt from my Oh-La-Di pattern!! Love Christmas !

  17. Diane Augustyniak says:

    I would probably make table runners for my daughters for Christmas and placemats if there is enough material.

  18. nedda says:

    Complimenti per il raggiungimento dei 35.000 fans!!! siete fantastici!!! se vincessi ,con questi tessuti meravigliosi tessuti potrei realizzare tante mug rug da regalare alle mie amiche per Natale, ma anche se non vincerò comprerò i vostri tessutiper realizzare tanti piccoli regali di Natale. E’ sempre un grande piacere quando arriva il postino e mi consegna i tessuti che arrivano dagli Stati Uniti….sembra sempre Natale <3 <3 . Nedda

  19. katie hobbs says:

    Winning the fat quarter bundle ?
    I would make 2 Christmas quilts !
    I have 2 sons with families of their own, this will be perfect for one quilt per son !
    Honoring the birth of Jesus and the Blessing that is Christmas.

  20. Elizabeth Smith says:

    I would make table runners for all my family with this beautiful fabric.

  21. Doreen Aher says:

    After hours and hours of just looking at them, I think my first and only granddaughter (right now) would deserve are really fun Christmas quilt. The pattern remains a mystery.

  22. Cindy OConnell says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my great nephews to use as a fund raiser for their local Humane Society. They are 10 and 12 year old boys who have already learned how much happiness comes your way supporting causes that are near and dear to your heart!

  23. Susan Jones says:

    These fabrics look gorgeous! Would love to sew them up in a quilt for my daughter.

  24. Ginny Lou says:

    I would love to make a new tree skirt and quilt for our couch.

  25. Sherry Powell says:

    I would love to win these fabrics to make new Christmas tree skirts for my daughters homes. Thanks for the opportunity to register.

  26. Susan says:

    So many projects could be made with this collection…Table runner & matching mug rugs, Stockings for the fireplace, a throw for the couch to cuddle with….I just love Christmas prints..

  27. I would love to make a Christmas Quilt and design it in my EQ7.

  28. Krisann Robles says:

    I don’t have a specific project in mind but I’m sure I could come up with something! ;)

  29. Trudy Spears says:

    I would make a wall quilt that would be donated to our local United Way Chapter to be used in their silent auction.

  30. Cheryl Bowland says:

    Oh my! What a fun, Christmassy quilt that would make – especially with the panel for the center! …Or I see lots of table runner gifts lurking in that stack, with a wallhanging made out of the panel! …Or… Geez! The possibilities are endless!

  31. Sherry Bear says:

    I would make a Christmas tree skirt for my nephew who is getting married.

  32. Maria do carmo says:

    Eu faria uma colcha de natal,gostaria muito!!!!!!!!!Obrigada e PARABÉNS!!!!
    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

  33. Janice Martin says:

    I would make a Christmas throw for my couch.

  34. Barbara says:

    I am addicted to Christmas fabrics and would make Christmas tree wall hangings with some. I also need a Christmas throw so I’m sure I could use them in that!! Keepsake is the best shop in New England! The staff is the best!

  35. Susan Walsh says:

    I would love to do coordinating Christmas stockings. Any leftovers would go into a wall hanging to match. What beautiful fabric!!!

  36. Sharon Grogan says:

    If I should be so lucky to win this – I would make a couple of Christmas quilt walling hangings using all of these beautiful fabrics!

  37. Keven Ellis says:

    I’d make something special for my son and his family that are moving out of state to a new home. Something to bring home to them for their 1st Christmas away from family.

  38. Sherry Bear says:

    I would make a Christmas tree shirt for my nephew who is getting ok Nguyen married.

  39. Joan Parsons says:

    I would use it to make a Christmas house quilt —

  40. Julie says:

    I would make my mother a quilt to have in the nursing home while she’s recovering from a broken hip & shoulder.

  41. Pam kerwin says:

    I would use the fabric to make a tree skirt!

  42. Ruth Diroll says:

    I love all Moda fabrics!

  43. lillie guitreau says:

    christmas quilt

  44. Judy Beebe says:

    I don’t have a Christmas quilt made yet. Several for Halloween, one for Valentine’s Day, New Year, and the Forth of July. This fabric pack is just what I need to get in the mood!

  45. Anne Pope says:

    I’ve never made a Christmas Quilt, and these would be wonderful to make my first one. Congrats on reaching 35,000 fans !!

  46. Peggy A. says:

    I would love to use it to make as many holiday projects as I could then share them with friends and family.

  47. Linda Middlemist says:

    I would make wallhangings for my grandkids and familys. thank you for the chance to win such a wonderful collection

  48. Nancy Seipel says:

    How many days until Christmas? I would make a family quilt of warmth to be treasured.

  49. Jan says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt and give it to my granddaught so she can begin a new family tradition of displaying it every year at Christmas.

  50. Valerie says:

    How pretty! I would use these to make Christmas gifts. I’ve found a pattern online for hand and neck hot/cold packs that would be fantastic in these fabrics. And if there was any leftover from these gifts, I’d put the rest into a charity quilt.

  51. Allison Evrard says:

    I would love to win this fabric to make a Christmas quilt for my little granddaughter.

  52. OMG I love Christmas fabric, oh who am I kidding I love any and all holiday fabric, ok ok ok, I LOVE FABRIC lol

  53. Lucia says:

    Bellissimi per fare quilt di Natale accanto al camino :)

  54. Pat Crawford says:

    WoW! What an opportunity! Thank you! I would make my first Christmas quilt. Something I’ve always wanted to make.

  55. Hedy Lack says:

    I would make a Christmas project of some sort.

  56. Milka says:

    I would make Christmas tree skirt and table runner.

  57. Colleen Gorecki says:

    Thanks for a chance at this great give-away!! :-)
    I would start making Christmas gifts with these wonderful fabrics, they are beautiful, Love them

  58. Alice says:

    My husband is quite ill, I would use the fat quarters to make a quilt to help me through the stress.

  59. Sue Ellen Dunn says:

    These are so beautiful and would look lovely as a cloth for my table Christmas Day.

  60. carol b says:

    I would make a raw edge circle quilt

  61. I would make tree skirts for each of my 4 kids as Xmas gifts!

  62. I would use these fabrics to make items to be auctioned at a local church; to benefit a newborn that will need several more operations to fix his heart, and gifts for other friends and relatives. I love your catalog and have ordered many things from it over the years.

  63. Mary Katharin Jones says:

    Christmas lap quilts for the nursing home.

  64. Karen Stansel says:

    I would make some table runners for my daughters, mom, & bff. Plus a throw quilt for my grandbabies to share.

  65. Deb says:

    A beautiful wall hanging. Absolutely love Moda!

  66. dotty weber says:

    these would make nice holiday lap quilts for the ones in the nursing home. Some of them have no family and these would make them feel a little more in the holiday spirit.

  67. Carole says:

    This is a gorgeous Christmas bundle!! Just think of all the Christmas bazaar gifts I could make….

  68. BJ VanHooser says:

    Congratulations on hitting the 35,000 mark! If I won these fabrics, I would make a special Christmas Memorial Quilt for my Mother-in-law, who taught me to quilt (and SO much more!)

  69. Cleary Kipe says:

    I would make a whole table set and maybe a quilt and pillows for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

  70. Michelle Eacret says:

    I’ve been wanting to make my sister (named Noel) a Christmas quilt for some time. This fabric would be perfect for the project I have in mind.

  71. One whole fat quarter bundle from Moda to boot?!?
    Definitely making a Christmas quilt, a table runner and maybe some cute fabric ornaments, pin cushions for gifts and lots of other cute crafts with the extra pieces! (I hate calling them scraps – scraps are for dogs, not fabric!) Seriously, we home school six children, and three daughters (two are sewing already) and I’m sure they’ll beg for a few pieces to make their dolls holiday dresses!

  72. Jennifer LaPenta says:

    I would make a Tree Skirt :)

  73. Chris Furru says:

    I would make Christmas tree shirts for everybody! Mine is 30 years old and it is time, I have 2 kids just starting out in new homes, and the other 2 would love them, too!

  74. Becki Young says:

    My 9 year old granddaughter Jaclyn is learning to sew and wants to make Christmas gifts. This would be perfect for her to make table runner and placemats.

  75. Linda says:

    Why lie. I would make a Christmas quilt for me. I deserve it *wink*

  76. Angela Miller says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt!

  77. Maria Call says:

    Am collecting fabric scraps for a friend who has very little income to splurge on fabric… so this would be a wonderful gift for her! I love Keepsake Quilting. Very happy with everything I’ve purchased.

  78. Lorie Ehmer says:

    This bundle is beautiful! It would make a great Christmas quilt!

  79. Tamara Palsky says:

    I would make a wedge quilt wall hanging for each of my five children and one for us. None of us live in the same city so it would be something tangible that would tie us together at Christmas.

  80. I would make my 1st Christmas quilt out of the beautiful fabric.

  81. Cheryl Jones says:

    Since I would imagine that a lot of your Facebook “likes” were from Canadian fans, I think it’s totally unfair to leave us out of your drawing for these Christmas fat quarters. I’m sorely disappointed and will be removing my “like” from your page. :(

  82. Mary Helen Fisher says:

    I would make an Advent Calendar for my grandchildren with all of those pretty fabrics.

  83. Lynne Ravas says:

    My first grandchild is due in November, and these would be gorgeous in his first Christmas quilt!

  84. Laurie Weimar says:

    These look perfect for any Christmas project. I’d start with the count down calendar!

  85. Christmas begins at HOME…right? I’ve thought and thought. I make quilts for everyone BUT ME. I will give away at least 9 quilts this year to family. And None for me. I believe in every family there should be one quilt that everyone fights over when the quilter (me) is in Quilter Heaven. I would MAKE ME a family heirloom that when I’m gone … Everyone would FIGHT over! Then I can sit on that cloud made of quilts and smile, thinking ~ THEY DO LOVE MY Quilts! And That is what I would do with my Christmas Moda! I think this one would be my favorite!

  86. Susan Davis says:

    Wow, would I love to win these. I love making Christmas quilts and these would be awesome. Still have a few family that I need to make quilts for.

  87. Rina says:

    Congratulations on hitting 35,000! I love Christmas fabrics and would make a quilt with this bundle.

  88. Jillynne says:

    Love these! I really want to make a hexi quilt, this would be a perfect start. Or, maybe a hexi tree skirt? Oooh, excitement!
    areyoujillin@gmail.com

  89. Marie says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for myself and not give it away like I do with all the other quilts I make.

  90. I love to quilt Christmas items. Most of them I give away. I’ve quit knitting items and moved on to Christmas quilting. Collect all kind of Christmas fabric to use. Lots of foundation paper piecing.

  91. Nancy Edwards says:

    If I won this Christmas Bundle, I think I would stare at the fabric for awhile and then try to decide which pattern I would make!! This is a gorgeous bundle of fabric!!!

  92. Kyla Olson says:

    I would love to make a tree skirt and throw pillows for my living room and these are the perfect holiday fabrics!

  93. dorothy green says:

    I would make a small christmas gift for every one of the girls in my quilting group.

  94. Lee Strebel says:

    Our local library in Pine, AZ is short of funds. I would make 2 holiday wall hangings (most likely a log cabin Christmas tree) and auction one for their benefit and offer the second to them for their seasonal decoration.

  95. Peggy says:

    My three stepdaughters would love the holiday table runners I can make using these lovely prints.

  96. Gerri Richards says:

    Love these fabrics, I would make a quilt for my girlfriend for Christmas, and a pair of Snappy Slippers to match.

  97. Gwen W says:

    Love these fabrics! I would make an Advent calendar and tree skirt for my niece who is getting married this November!

  98. Patricia says:

    I love sewing with Christmas fabrics.

  99. Debra Hume says:

    I would use the fabrics to make quilted Christmas ornaments to those less fortunate.

  100. Pat Angeley says:

    I would make a table quilt for my dining room table and placemats for the kitchen table. They would cheer up any area!!

  101. Debra Hume says:

    I would use the fabric for those less fournate

  102. SuSiere Jaynes says:

    We are having a family reunion around Christmas time. I would make placemats for everyone out of this collection.

  103. Louise Barber says:

    Beautiful fabric! I have wall when you first step into our home that is Blank.. just calling out for holiday/seasonal wall hanging quilt.. If you picked me to win it I would make a Holiday wall hanging.. maybe Santa/poinsettias/trees and gifts with bows on them. I can tell you this I would have a ball creating!

  104. Dorene Wirth says:

    I love the fabrics!! I would use them to make a lap quilt for my sweetie so he will be warm during our cold Montana winters. Hopefully he will share.

  105. Doris Adams says:

    In September, I am beginning a class in making “The Farmer’s Wife Sampler Quilt” and plan on using Christmas fabrics…I know that’s different…but hope to use up some of my stash of favourite fabrics!!!! Will make the blocks into lap quilts for my grown children. Congratulations on the “35,000″ and for the chance to win this awesome collection which I would use for this project.

  106. Helle Thode says:

    Wow gratulations :-)
    I would make a lovely xmas quilt for my neighbor, who´s waiting a little baby for the first time.

  107. Barbara Kessler says:

    I would make lots of small Christmas items for our Homemaker groups Secret Santa.

  108. SuSiere Jaynes says:

    Congrats on 35,000 fans

  109. Bonnie Brodmerkle says:

    Those fabs are so delicious! I think I would share them with my 13 year old niece. I have been teaching her to quilt. We could each make a wallhanging or table topper, or maybe both!

  110. Ethel M Peris says:

    I would use them to make runners for the holidays to give as gifts. They are beautiful and such a lovely prize to win.

  111. Shirley Bruno says:

    I would make a Christmas throw. I have not made a Christmas quilt yet.

  112. Kathy Lang says:

    I would get started on Christmas table runners for Christmas presents for my continually growing family.

  113. Carole Tolbert says:

    Beautiful!! I think I would make a Advent quilt.

  114. Cindy B says:

    Congratulations Keepsake Quilting Facebook for reaching a milestone. I would love to win the fat quarter bundle! I would make a Christmas Quilt for my bed.

  115. Bette J Shea says:

    I would divide the fat quarters between myself and my 2 grand daughters who are just learning how to quilt.. we could make an advent calendar together… thank you I will be visiting your shop in Oct with my friend from Montana who will be visiting can’t wait..

  116. Holly Harris says:

    I would make the Christmas Fabric into to a family quilt so it could be past down to my kids and theirs, start a tradition just like my Grandmother done with her quilts. Which I took for granted that she would always be around to help teach me more about what she loved. So I would be making the quilt in her memory as a family reminder of her.

  117. Allison says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt to use as a fundraiser for the non-profit that I work for.

  118. Tracy says:

    Just beautiful!! I would use them for a tree skirt, definitely on my to-do list! Happy Quilting!

  119. Nan Reckart Eaton says:

    I would make a beautiful Christmas quilt to donate to charity for a raffle or craft fair. Fabrics are gorgeous!

  120. Dawn Low says:

    I would make a hanging for our fireplace mantel and then use the extra pieces for a new tree skirt. I have a summer and fall hangings, but nothing yet for Christmas! Our tree skirt (which was one of my very first sewing projects) doesn’t quite fit our new-ish tree stand (ok, we’ve had it ten years), and I would love to make a new one.

  121. Cheryl says:

    WoW so many beautiful fabrics! Great for a modern Christmas Quilt….

  122. Aimee Freise says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt for myself and hopefully not forget any borders!! Every Christmas related quilt I’ve made, I have managed to forget an inner border *tee hee*

  123. Janet says:

    I am hoping to make Christmas quilts for each of my children and grandchildren…and these beautiful fabrics would help! Thanks for the opportunity.

  124. Tracy Trimble says:

    Beautiful collection of fabrics, If I won them I would make a table topper, table runner and a tree skirt.
    Thank you for a chance to win it.
    Congratulations on hitting 35000 likes on Facebook

  125. Jill Bohrnell says:

    My almost 2 year old great-granddaughter will be able to appreciate the advent calendar I will make for her this year.

  126. Sue Jones says:

    Oh I would love to make a Christmas wall hanging and table topper to match.

  127. Stacy Brobst says:

    I would make a tree skirt.

  128. Heather says:

    Christmas quilt and thank-you gifts for all of our friends and family that have helped our family through a recent illness

  129. Love these Christmas prints. I would use these to make table runners for family members.

  130. Alberta Price says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my new greatgranddaughter… they are beautiful.

  131. Linda Lee says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my grandson :)

  132. willa bush says:

    I would make some more quilts for Quilts for Kids if I win these fabrics.

  133. Carol L. Crowder says:

    First of all Christmas fabric has always been my favorite to work with . . . it makes me happy and content. It makes me smile to look at this fabric !!
    I would like to make a Christmas tree skirt for my tree this year and lap quilts for my two granddaughters.
    Thanks you much for the opportunity to win this special fabric.

  134. Pamela Krieg says:

    These are beautiful pieces of fabric… I would share them with my sister who taught me to quilt and who has given me SO much of her “stash.” :) Congratulations on the 35,000 milestone…

  135. Joelene Didora says:

    I love Christmas fabric I collect it because every year I make at least 100 stockings. This would really be great if I won this package. blessings to all.

  136. Brenda Goodhope says:

    I would love to use these fabrics for a foundation pieced advent calendar pattern that I have been wanting to make.

  137. Rose Yates says:

    I hope you hit another 35,000 on the days to come. I would make a Christmas lap quilt for my mother, who is on her way back from South America. Congratulations and well done. Rose Yates

  138. I would make a Christmas quilt for my husband’s aunt, Margaret, who is so busy thinking of others that it is easy to forget that she needs a caring touch too.

  139. Deb Filkins says:

    I would use these to make small covers for the isolettes in the Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery to make it a little more joyful for the parents of our tiny babies.

  140. Pamela Krieg says:

    Beautiful fabric – I would share it with my sister who taught me to quilt and who has given me so much of her “stash.” :)

  141. Charlene says:

    Congrats! I’d love to make a quilt or table runner for a gift as my son is getting married inNovember!

  142. I would definitely make a Christmas quilt!

  143. Sue says:

    I’d make Christmas gifts for my family and friends. I love Christmas fabrics!!!

  144. Lynn Poulin says:

    Gorgeous fabrics! I would make some new Christmas wall hangings to give to our daughter-in-law who LOVES Christmas!

  145. Connie Wood says:

    These fabrics are beautiful! Would love to win them to make myself a Christmas Quilt.

  146. Grace Kragness says:

    I’d make a couple log cabin wreaths wall quilts!

  147. Dawn Hollingsworth says:

    Congrats! And thank you for a terrific giveaway!! I see some wonderful holiday table runners hiding in that bundle!! :)

  148. Mary Margaret Schlais says:

    I was in your store last Friday and enjoyed my visit, we were camping in Meredith, I try to visit every time I am in the area which is not often enough.
    These fabrics are beautiful and would make a fantastic quilt or many Christmas Ornaments to share with family and friends.

  149. Tina Reed says:

    I would make a quilt and donate it to our local Wounded Warrior chapter to use as they saw fit. They are in need of funds, but I also know that a quilt would go a long ways in helping a wounded soldier feel comforted as well.
    tinareed421@gmail.com

  150. Joanna says:

    Congratulations on your facebook milestone. I would make a Christmas quilt for my bed and use the leftover fabric for small gifts. It a beautiful collection.

  151. Cynthia Shong says:

    I would love to make a Christmas Package quilts for my grandchildren

  152. Lin Guard says:

    CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT!!!!!

    I can’t sit very long to quilt right now, but I’d like to make some beautiful holiday pillowcases to send to our troops still unable to be home with their families, or get them to Red Cross to share with our oversea’s wounded warriors to brighten their lives while so far away from home. I want to make a difference and add love to the hearts of those who give so much and receive so little for all they do. If I won, I have awesome sisters that would help me in this project…(I taught them all how to sew when they were little! lol) Blessings! Lin

  153. Jocelyn Martin says:

    I would make a memorial quilt for my mom, who just passed away August 11. She loved Christmas; I remember one year she started agitating for us to open a present early. We kids said no, we were OK with waiting til Christmas morning, but we went ahead and opened a present on Christmas Eve because she couldn’t wait!

  154. Jackie Melnik says:

    After a divorce I’m starting over in my own little new place. I would like to make new Christmas Stockings for me and the kids to have a fresh start. These fabrics would be perfect to start our journey.

  155. Jennifer Svensson Tovrea says:

    I’d make a tree skirt, and a wall hanging for my classroom to add some holiday color :)

  156. Lavonna ZWB says:

    Congratulations on such an achievement!

  157. Joanna Meyers says:

    Every year my guild makes Stockings for the Soldiers overseas.
    I would pass these fabrics out and we would make many stockings for those who serve.

  158. Cheryl Leabo says:

    Oooooh, pretty!! I would make a few wall quilts to decorate for the holidays!

  159. Debra Wilson says:

    Of course a quilt is called for. Just redecorate my house so need new quilt

  160. QuiltMouse says:

    Thank you for this wonderful opportunity! I would make a Christmas Count-down for our Grandniece & Grandnephews. Then I would make a Christmas Table Runner for me (most of my projects get given away!) Oh, so many projects come to mind!

  161. Dorothy Holt says:

    oh these would REALLY get my Christmas quilt going. I want to make the Eastern Star with this fabric… Lovely

  162. Wendy Scott says:

    I would love to make a lovely tree skirt.

  163. Deb Shupe says:

    I would make a christmas quilt for my parents..or maybe for myself..or maybe one for each!

  164. Mary says:

    I have always wanted a Christmas quilt for my bed. These would be perfect!

  165. Kay mc says:

    I would make Christmas quilts for my girls & some table runners for gifts. Congrats on making it to 35,000.

  166. Ann Roadarmel says:

    I honestly do not know what I would do with them, but I would put them to good use. I do quilt for my church as a lot of these entrants for this beautiful fabric have stated and give away everything that I make, however, I have been known to keep some items for myself from time to time. Christmas fabrics can always be used for some beautiful and worthy quilted items. I’m 80 years old and my finances are limited so I would love to win them. Thank you for making this offer.

  167. sharon hettinger says:

    First, I would enjoy feeling the fabric…your fabric is so soft!
    Then, I would prowl through various “reserved” patterns that I’ve kept over time.
    After selecting the pattern, I would have great fun trying to decide just which fabric would go where…and how I want it to ‘play’ with others…

    Then, cut, sew, piece, quilt, enjoy and share! :)

  168. Peggy says:

    I would LOVE to make a table runner and throw pillows with this wonderful fabric! And looks like there would be plenty left over for a hanging Christmas card holder! Sooo many possibilities – thanks for the opportunity!

  169. Rebecca Cousins says:

    I would use the fabrics to make quilted Christmas ornaments for my family and friends.

  170. Rachell R says:

    Oooh pretty! A Christmas quilt is on my list for a someday quilt!
    The panel sounds great for a calendar or advent-type calendar, and my little guys would love that! The fat quarters would probably make a Christmas star quilt or two–I’m thinking Swoon, Fireworks, or HappyQuiltingMelissa’s “Starburst” or “Star Surround” (free quilt-along tutorials on happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot.com by Melissa Corry).
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

  171. Mary Jo says:

    What beautiful fabrics!! I would make table runners-just alike-for my in-laws and my boys and my husband and I!! No one else would have one like ours!! I would make a throw for the family room with the leftovers!!

  172. DebrafromMd says:

    I would use these fabrics in a tree skirt.

  173. juliemag says:

    I would make potholders, table runners, placemats, or wall hangings to
    give or sell as gifts.

  174. Ana Earl says:

    35,000 and I am one of them! These fabrics would make a beautiful Christmas quilt for our son and his fiancee who are getting married Christmas week! Love Deb Strain fabrics, all of them.

  175. Mary Gilbert says:

    Well, I can’t say just now what I would make from this delightful fabric. The final decision would come to me eventually, but first I would have to spend hours fondling the fabric and waiting for inspiration to hit. What to make from free fabric, especially of this quality, is an enormous decision and not one to be taken lightly.

  176. Lori Carselowey says:

    I would make something extra special for a special someone!

  177. Grace says:

    I usually give away all the things that I make, but if I won this beautiful bundle, I think that I would like to make a quilt for me this time.

    Congratulations on reaching 35,000 people on Facebook!

  178. Cathy Koester says:

    I would make a tree skirt for wedding presents.

  179. judy johnson says:

    If I won these beautiful fabrics, I would make a quilt for my son Ben. He has graduated from college and will soon become the Pastor of a church a few hours away. He is my child who loves quilts (and Christmas) the most. The parsonage will be furnished, and it has a double bed. I only have made quilts for him for a single bed. This young minister needs a quilt!

  180. Linda Vreeland says:

    My newest granddaughter would receive a Christmas quilt with this beautiful fabric.

  181. Nancy D. says:

    I would make myself a small Christmas quilt, an advent calendar for my beautiful little granddaughter, and probably a small tabletopper for myself to go on my porch table.
    This would be a win, win, win….because I love Christmas, love Moda fabrics, and of course can’t go wrong with a line by Deb Strain!!

  182. Julie Jordan says:

    I would love to use these fabrics in Bonnie Hunter Christmas quilt that I want to make!

  183. Linda Miller says:

    What beautiful fabric. Looks like some donation quilts for the local children’s home. What a wonderful gift that would be!

  184. Charlotte H. says:

    I would make quilted table runners for friends and family. The colors are beautiful.

  185. Sandy A in St. Louis says:

    I would love to use these in a Christmas quilt for me. I haven’t made one for me yet!

  186. sue says:

    I see a tree skirt in the making …… or a table runner….. or a Christmas stocking, Bargello style, or …… oh, the possibilities are endless! :-)
    Congrats on your 35,000 milestone! That’s awesome!

  187. carol says:

    Wow, I could make a beautiful quilt with this fabric

  188. Ellie Goertzen says:

    I would make some table runners to give for Christmas gifts!

  189. Missouriquilter says:

    I’ve always wanted to make a Christmas quilt. These fabrics. Would be perfect.

  190. Barbara Post-Althaus says:

    I have several Christmas patterns I would use them for. A tree pattern comes to mind first!

  191. Anne Trudel says:

    I would use these Christmas fabrics to make some cheerful children quilts and stockings for sick little children in the hospital at the holiday….

    I hope I win them…

    Anne

  192. Carolyn says:

    Oh my goodness. I have just started making some modern quilts so I think a modern tree skirt or quilt for Christmas would be awesome.

  193. Kathryn L. says:

    A Christmas quilt for myself !!

  194. Caroline Rickerd says:

    Congrat’s on 35,000!! The fat quarters would be perfect for making lot’s of things for my 5 grandchildren and runners for my 2 daughters. I love to sew and am currently unemployed looking for bargains to make presents for Christmas and this would be perfect. Thank you for your wonderful website and items, love love love it!

  195. lynn says:

    i would make ornaments ans a table topper for a friend

  196. edye cameron mcmillen says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt, some purses and lots of tissue holders! What fun it would be.

  197. Amber Talbert says:

    I would love to make placemats and runners for my family! These are such beautiful fabrics.

  198. Janice Buhl says:

    I would make an Advent calendar for my precious grandson (age 1) and some table runners for ME.

  199. BJ MacKinnon says:

    I’ve always wanted to make a Christmas quilt to celebrate the season but haven’t seen a nice collection of fabrics. Until now that is!! These are beautiful. Thanks.

  200. deborah dubroc says:

    My mom is a huge Christmas fan. Even though we don’t have any small children in the family I still have to decorate every room for her. I am trying to make my first quilt ever and this would be a great thing for mom for Christmas. Thanks!

  201. Sue Foster says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my new granddaughter due October5th.

  202. JACKIE SLAGLE says:

    I would make this and give it to a charity that would doing a fundraiser at the time I would have it finished or I may be incline to give it to someone who is suffering from some medical condition. I love to quilt but have so many quilts, it feels good to quilt and give it to an unsuspecting person.

  203. Ans Lamers says:

    Beautiful fabrics for an Advent calendar wallhanging. I have not seen those beautiful fabrics heer in the Netherlands.

  204. Brent Guard says:

    Yes, congratulations on being liked. I quilt (my wife taught me in Alaska many years ago) and would like to make a small quilt for my wife and pillowcases for US military overseas. Wishing you success. Brent

  205. Linda H says:

    I would use them to make table runners for my daughters and myself. Pretty colors!

  206. laura fields says:

    id just look at them awhile and run my hand over them before id cut into them to make a fabulous quilt.

  207. Ann Scott says:

    We have so few giveaways around here. I would make a lapquilt and some placemats for the cuddle quilt program at our guild.

  208. Susan Coleman says:

    I would use these to make Christmas quilts for my four beautiful granddaughters. It is my mission to make ‘hope chests’ for each one with holiday quilts, placemats and other items to remember me by when they are grown and have their own homes. The fabrics are wonderful!

  209. Donna says:

    It would be such a privilege to win such a generous gift. I would find something to make with them if given the chance. Thanks

  210. Jerry Church says:

    This is too pretty not to share. It’s enough to make at least two throws for Christmas gifts.

  211. nancy danko says:

    I would make some quilts for my granddaughters

  212. Irene Chandler says:

    Christmas quilts for my 5 grandchildren..I want them to have heirlooms to treasure in the future!

  213. Genee Davis says:

    These would make a wonderful lap quilts for my mom and maybe for gifts for the hospice workers for my dad! It will be a sad Christmas at our house, but dad will be singing praises with Jesus and the Angels!

  214. Debbie Roy says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my little grand daughters to snuggle under and count the days until Santa comes for a visit!

  215. Candy says:

    If I won this pack of gorgeous fabrics, I would make Christmas quilts for my two girls and with the scraps, I would make table runners to go with the quilts. What a great heirloom that would be!!!!!
    Also, Congrats on the 35,000 mark!!!

  216. I would make a family Christmas quilt, with picture of past
    Christmas’s of celebrating. I have a new pattern also that would work , that I just bought .. would love to win!

  217. Robin Huss says:

    I would make my grandson and granddaughter a quilt. Thank you for the chance to win these fabulous fabrics!

  218. Teresa Bredesen says:

    Would love this to make something for my Mom. She is not well and would love it for me to make her something special. Congratulations on the likes. Love your fabric!

  219. Charlene says:

    Beautiful fabric! I would make a Christmas throw and matching table runner for my living room/dinning area.

  220. Christina Johnson says:

    Perfect timing for the Christmas gifts I want to make.

  221. kathy says:

    I am just wondering as I live in Australia wether I would be eligible to enter

  222. Devi says:

    With all the recent floods and fires…..I would make a christmas donation quilt to brighten someone’s holiday

  223. Julie A. says:

    I would make a quilt for my 97 yo grandma and also some table runners for Christmas gifts. Wonderful giveaway, Thank you.

  224. Dorthe Blaabjerg says:

    Hi I would like this Price, while I already are doing Christmas stuff. I love Christmas fabrics and can’t wait to maybe win. I am writing from Denmark and I think you have a lot of fans all over the World :-) Love Dorthe

  225. Paige Farr says:

    I would make a quilt!

  226. jean says:

    I would make my daughters Christmas table runners.

  227. Terri says:

    Oh, my goodness – I LOVE Christmas fabrics! This batch would allow me to make all new placemats for my table as well as a coordinating table runner. Hmmmmm, maybe some napkins, too. My grandson loves his advent calendar every year, so would have to use the panel for that! You have me all inspired and it’s only August! Ain’t Facebook grand?

  228. Laura W. Satterwhite says:

    Wow, these fabrics are lovely! I would finally make that Christmas quilt and a tree skirt!

  229. Ruth Skinner says:

    First of all, congrats on hitting 35,000 “likes”! Great milestone for a great company!
    If I win this gorgeous fabric I will make a Christmas memory quilt in honor of my sister who passed away earlier this month. We always enjoyed Christmas sooo much when we were kids!

  230. Sheri says:

    I would make as many lap size quilts as I could to donate to a local group that help children who have been abused. They go through alot and a gift of love would be a welcome change.

  231. Lara ashbaugh says:

    Easy! A Christmas quilt for sure! Probably for my new little niece due on Dec 24!

  232. sharron says:

    I would make a quilt for my parents. I’ve only made tablerunners for them. They are 80 & 83 and I know they would love a Christmas quilt

  233. Sandra Regina Petersen Callegari says:

    Adoro ver os tecidos de Natal que vocês tem…parabéns..
    Sandra Callegari

  234. Carole Hoffman says:

    I think I would honor my mother’s memory and make a batch of lap quilts and give them to residents of the facility where she lived the last ten years of her life. She was not Christian but so enjoyed all the holiday decorations and festivities and always felt welcome. I think that was so important.

  235. Patti says:

    So many projects to pick from. For sure, some matching table runners and tree skirt for our church auction.

  236. ANN Bench says:

    I would use these fabrics to make tote bag and purses . I have been quilting for 28 years and I am slowing down. I am not tackling big quilt projects . I am doing small one such as quilted tote bags of all shapes and sizes to give as gifts to family and friends. and some I will donate to The OI Foundation for fundraising . OI is rare brittle bone condition that causes extreme fragile bones in children from birth throughout their life sometimes numbering in the 100s of fractures and cause server deformities.

  237. Pat Young says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for myself with these.

  238. Sandra says:

    I would love to win these and make an Advent Calendar for my first Great Granddaughter, due late Oct. or early Nov. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  239. Shannon says:

    I would make a quilt for my family for Christmas with all of those beautiful prints–the quilt would probably include a Texas star and some prarie corners.

  240. Fran M. says:

    Fat Quarter, who can’t use fat Quarters. A Christmas quilt, a tree skirt, Christmas pot holders for all my friends!! Now which one will I make!! Congrats on the Big milestone on FB!!

  241. Linda Sargent says:

    I would love to make an advent calendar and some placemats along with table runners as gifts.

  242. Judith says:

    Best wishes for 35K more!! Christmas stockings for the kids

  243. Jodi says:

    I would love to make two small Christmas quilts for my two beautiful granddaughters.

  244. Suzanne Blair says:

    These fabrics would make an awesome Hopscotch child’s quilt, that I would add to our local shop’s Christmas donations pile for needy families! and I am pretty sure there are over 35K fans out there too….

  245. Delores McDevitt says:

    I would make a gorgeous Christmas quilt and I would give it away to someone who needs a ray of sunshine in his/her life because nothing says, “I love you and care about you” like the giving of a quilt.

  246. Sandra Duffey says:

    I absolutely LOVE your site! I just placed an order yesterday! Thanks for the Giveaway! I would make quite a few holiday table runners for friends and family!
    sduff012003@yahoo.com

  247. Cheryl Bush says:

    I have loads of gifts to make for Christmas. These fat quarters would be a lovely start to this project.

  248. Amy Caldwell says:

    Congrats on the 35,000!!! Way to go peeps!!!! I would make Christmas tote bags for my mother and 3 daughters. :)

  249. Mary says:

    I would make the disappearing 9 square quilt that I just learned about! Congratulations on OVER 35,000 likes!!

  250. Ellen Arceneaux says:

    I would make Christmas Stockings for my grandchildren and new step-grandchildren.
    Children are a blessing from God!

  251. Kathy Stoessner says:

    I know I don’t need any more fabric, BUT I WANT IT…..

  252. LeeAnn says:

    I think it is awesome that you have so many people that like you! I would make a Christmas throw quilt for the couch so that anyone who feels a little bit chilly can warm up.

  253. Karen Jarrell says:

    I would use these to make a wall hanging or two or a throw probably. I am a very new beginner quilter and I don’t have much of a stash at all. Would love to win! So glad I found your page too! Congrats on the 35,000 mark!

  254. Judy Brennan says:

    I would start with making a table topper with the beautiful fabrics. Then with the balance, I would make an assortment of napkins that could be used when the table topper is on the table. Thanks so much for offering this.

  255. Pam Heyna says:

    I have a new grandson and would love to make him a Christmas Quilt!

  256. Trish Palmer says:

    I’m making quilted items for our church fair this November and I’m digging into my stash…it would be so nice to have new fabrics for the place-mats, small quilts and wall hanging that I’m making

  257. Celine says:

    Wow! Nice colors. Funny to work.

  258. Antoni says:

    Que ilusión !!!!!!!! Son muy bonitas, haria un precioso adredon para mi hija. Gracias por la oportunidad de poder participar.

  259. Marianne says:

    A Christmas lap quilt, of course!

  260. Jo-Anne Tunks says:

    Love these Christmas fabrics! I’m so sorry that the contest is not open to Canadians.
    Congratulations on 35,000 fans

  261. Celine says:

    A nice project for Christmas with bright colors! Thank you!

  262. Ramona Collins says:

    I just learned how to do machine applique on my Bernina embroidery module and I am addicted. I just ordered a CD with Christmas motifs and this fabric would work wonderful as the backgrounds and borders for a wall quilt I would love to make for my children. Can you think of anything better than a homemade gift made with lots of hours of love and patience.

  263. Mary L Massieon says:

    So happy for KSQ!!! Never doubted you would hit the mark!

    I would make quilt (s) with the help of my 6 year old lovely grand daughter, Dawnica for her little sister DeAnna for Christmas.

  264. Sandy Diehl says:

    Oh boy! If I won these I would probably make some table runners for Christmas gifts! I love the fabric’s vibrant colors!

  265. Judy Lucas says:

    I would use the fabric to make quilted Christmas ornaments for my tree! There gorgeous.

  266. Deb in AZ says:

    What else but a beautiful Christmas Quilt !!!
    Thank you for the chance ;-)

  267. Eleanor Lenney says:

    Oh, yes. These would be perfect for a quilt I’ve been planning…..

  268. Carol M. says:

    Beautiful fabric! I would love to make a Christmas quilt to snuggle up under on those cold winter evenings!

  269. Cecelia says:

    I would use these to make table runners and matching hot pads and mittens to give as Christmas gifts.

  270. Sue McGuinness says:

    Beautiful fabrics! The wheels are turning as to the wonderful gifts to make with them.

  271. Linda Erickson says:

    Wow, great looking fabric stack! I have totally used up all of my Christmas fabrics so would love to start doing Christmas projects again with these lovely fabrics.
    thanks!!

  272. Barbara Perle says:

    I would like to make Christmas tablecloths for my daughters .

  273. Annicka Berglund says:

    I will do a chritmas quilt

  274. Betty Kirschten says:

    Would make a quilt for my Churchs Christmas bazaar.

  275. Mary says:

    I would love to make a bed runner….these fat quarters are just brautiful!!

  276. Anita Ezzell says:

    Congrats! This fabric pack would be great for the tree skirt pattern I ordered last week! Hope I win it :)

  277. Rosemary Kukec says:

    I would make Christmas wall hangings for my family. They are gorgeous fabrics.

  278. Mary Jane Cardwell says:

    Beautiful fabrics. Congratulations. I would make several wall hangings to give as gifts.

  279. shari manning says:

    Oh, where to begin?! I see a wonderful christmas lap quilt and probably a matching table runner (the table is not that far from the couch)

    shar464@sbcglobal.net

  280. joan sacco says:

    The best quilt shoppe ever!!! The fabric is beautiful. I would make a quilt for our very first great-grandchild due in November, and tree skirts for my two sons. One of my daughters quilted tree skirts for me and her three sisters, but her brothers were babies then so they didn’t get any
    . Thanks for the opportunity to win these fabrics…

  281. Carolyn Williams says:

    Lovely fabric! I would use this fabric for Project Linus support, thanks for the opportunity!

  282. Kathleen Jensen says:

    Love combo pack. I would probably make a quilt for my church so they could give to a local family in need.

  283. Ruth Carroll says:

    I would love to win this fabric an make some charity quilts for children who needs to feel the warmth an love at Xmas time.

  284. Melinda Bledsoe says:

    Beautiful Christmas Fabric! I see a beautiful Christmas Quilt!!

  285. Barb Tazelaar says:

    My son has special needs. His teachers and aids work long, hard hours to make his day go just right. Every year I make some sort of Christmas table runner or wall hanging. These fabrics would be great for that!!

  286. Joan Chenette says:

    Our small neighborhood exchanges small gifts at Christmas, always homemade items. I would make quilted potholders for my gifts to my neighbors. Thank you so much for the chance to enter and the fabrics are just beautiful.

  287. brenda sandford says:

    Congratulations on 35,ooo ,I think these fabrics would make a wonderful Christmas table runner for Christmas Dinner.

  288. Brenda Gayer says:

    I would make a table topper!

  289. I would use them to make a quilt, not sure what kind or how… I am new to quilting and don’t have a lot of money to spend on fabric, so any freebies would be great! I just ordered a roatery cuter set and I can’t wait till I can really make something :)

  290. Sara says:

    Such lovely fabrics. I don’t have a Christmas quilt and have been “intending” to make one for a while. I would be selfish and make myself a beautiful, warm holiday quilt. I would wrap myself in it and watch all the holiday movies and dream of the day I have a grandchild to snuggle and share with!

  291. Beulah says:

    Congratulations on reaching 35, 000 fans!!!
    Most certainly I would create a complete set of new table linens and a new tree skirt!
    Beulah sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

  292. Phyllis Godschall says:

    I would use these beautiful fabrics for place mats, table runners, and wall hangings and decorate for the holidays in style.

  293. Deb Underwood says:

    I would use it to make my very first Christmas quilt to sell at church for the Christmas boxes for the needy…

  294. Diana L says:

    I would make an Advent calendar quilt for my newest grandson – born in March. He needs one – his brothers have one each already.

  295. nerissa baker says:

    First, I would look and hold them to enjoy their beauty. Then, I’m thinking Christmas quilts for the grandchildren so they will have a keepsake from mammy.

  296. Sherill V says:

    I am starting a winter quilt with snowmen. This fabric would be wonderful in it! Congratulations for 35,000 Facebook fans!

  297. Barri Harges says:

    I would make a cuddly quilt and a couple of mug rugs that my Mom could use as we sit on the couch watching Classic Christmas Movies and shows.

  298. Susan Rogers says:

    While the possible ways to use this fabric are endless, I would most likely make totebags and tablerunners using the fat quarters and a wall hanging from the panel.

  299. Lynne Johnson says:

    I would make a snuggly Christmas quilt!

  300. Vpro says:

    I would make a quilt for my niece/nephew who is due Dec 23rd.

  301. If I were lucky enough to win-I would use this fabric to make a Quilt for one of my family-I have 2 daughters-9 grandchildren-3 great grandchildren and my intentions are to make a Quilt or Lap Quilt for each of them . I have made several and cut out a few but still more to go-I’am 85 years young-so I must get to it , Thanks for the opportunity to win- and congratulations to Keepsake-

  302. Bunny says:

    My daughter just asked me to make her a large tree skirt…..my mind is whirling with possibilities

  303. Vicki Squire says:

    A gift, more than one no doubt! What fun

  304. Nicci Bush says:

    I purchased a pattern a few years ago that has a Christmas theme. Would love to start it before Christmas!

  305. Jan VanDeWalle says:

    As a beginning quilter I would like to try some of the holiday patterns that I have been looking at, table runners and wall hangings.

  306. Aimee says:

    I would make an advent calendar & a snuggly throw quilt for my 3 Princesses!!

  307. suzann sauseda says:

    I have twins with autism and I have always wanted to make an advent calendar for them, along with a Christmas stocking and placemats and….Oh the possibilities….

  308. Merrilee says:

    I would do two things: First, I’d make a very first Christmas quilt for my first grandaughter who is due the end of Oct. Secondly, I use it on things our women’s group is working on for our Fellowship Holiday Fair!

  309. Glenna in TX says:

    I’m sure this would be just like waiting for some amount of money – I will spend that money 100 times before I decide. Well, I’m sure I’d be deciding which quilt pattern to use selecting from the 100s that I have in my books and magazines.
    gfcsailor (at) yahoo (dot) com

  310. Elsie Rowe says:

    I would love to do some christmas projects,ie; ornaments. placemats, tablerunners and maybe a quilt.

  311. Valery says:

    I love Christmas! I love quilting. How much happier could I be than to make a Christmas quilt? :)

  312. cheryl johnson says:

    Love these fabrics! So so many choices on what to do with such a prize!! I just learned how to make log cabins and the four patch posie… these would be awesome with that design combined. Congrats on your milestone!! Love your website & your catalog & am currently waiting for a quilt kit on back order. :D

  313. Carol Zid says:

    Would love to win such colors

  314. Jenny Johnson says:

    I’d make a Christmas quilt that I would actually keep for myself!

  315. Carol Zid says:

    I would love to win this great package.

  316. Lila says:

    This line is so cute. I would make a table runner and placemats. Then I would make Christmas stockings and perhaps an advent calendar from the scraps. These would make great gifts or auction items at our local quilt guild’s annual fundraiser.

  317. Zina says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my family. Believe it or not, we do not have a Christmas throw to cuddle under! I would probably also try to squeeze out a couple of wallhangings or table runners to give as gifts. Thank you for the giveaway!

  318. Leah says:

    I would make a quilt for my husband’s best friend and his family who have just lost a Dad/Grandad and Christmas will be hard for them

  319. Gorgeous fabric… Love it! I would love to make a Christmas quilt from this to help raise money for my foundation that helps supply Christmas to the families that are struggling in our community.

  320. Jean says:

    I would make a wall hanging to display these beautiful fabrics.

  321. Denise/Folsom,Calif. says:

    I just got a pattern for Christmas napkins …how perfect! Please please!!!! Fingers crossed! Congrat’s on 35,000!

  322. Nancy Barger says:

    I think wall hanging or table runner.

  323. Marcia Murray says:

    I’m definitely a material girl…and I would love to add these fabrics to my stash. They would end up in projects to be given as Christmas gifts. Thanks for this opportunity!

  324. TheresaW says:

    Congratulations! I would probably make table runners for gifts for family and friends.

  325. Catherine Dorsey says:

    Congrats on this milestone! I would use these fabrics to make a Christmas tree skirt or a table covering. Thank you for this give away

  326. Tracy Gatlin says:

    For many years, I have eagerly awaited the arrival of my Keepsake Quilting catalog. I lovingly gaze at each page once, then again, and again. I keep a stack of catalogs from years gone by, enjoy the fabrics of years gone by, just as I would a reading my favorite novel.

  327. Lucille J.M. Falkner says:

    Lovely fabric! Would add to my Christmas fabric stash for when a special project came along; can’t sew right now, redesigning my craft room. :)

  328. Joy Faust says:

    I just love Christmas, and to celebrate with a new quilt would be just great. That`s if my niece does`n take it a way from me.

  329. Cheryl Taylor says:

    these are beautiful! I am working on Christmas stockings for my sons, daughter in law & grandchildren, these would be perfect! I love Christmas fabrics!

  330. Gail says:

    Christmas fabrics…I’d be hard pressed to put them in one thing and one thing only…I can think of a lot of small projects that would be just wonderful. Congratulations on hitting the 35,000 mark.

  331. Mary Jean PricE says:

    I love these fabrics and would use them to make table runners an table toppers as Christmas gifts. Congrats on reaching 35,000!!!

  332. Patricia Kunze says:

    Christmas in August! Perfect time of the year to get started on those projects for the big day! These fat quarters would make them easier to put together.

  333. Joyce J says:

    Congratulations! I think you guys are great! I would use the fabrics for Christmas gifts of table runners or maybe a Christmas tree skirt.

  334. Nancy McFall says:

    This would make a wonderful treeskirt and tabletopper (and placemats?). My grand-daughter is 4 now and her Mom and Dad don’t have a lot of Christmas “stuff” that comes out every year. This will make a nice addition to their Christmas traditions.

  335. Beverly Rempel says:

    I would love to make the Christmas count down with these fabrics. That way I can control what goes into them and not have to read the label. My children would be more excited since I would be saying yes to everything.

  336. Pat Rigg says:

    Congratulations on your accomplishments. Thanks for including all of us in your celebration. The fabric is beautiful & if I could win I’d work on furniture toppers for the Christmas Holiday. Maybe even a tree skirt.

  337. Carolyn says:

    These are perfect for a christmas tree log cabin block I have been wanting to make.

  338. Sue Benson says:

    This fabric would be perfect for Tiny Christmas Treasures Mini Quilt by Sand Gervais. I could make 2. One for me and one for my very bestie. Thanks for the opportunity.

  339. kim says:

    Love your web site and can’t wait to see the new fabrics that are always coming out. Always look forward to seeing what’s out there. Wow the 35,000 mark, now that’s really special. CONGRATS.

  340. I have never made a Christmas quilt, so that is what I would do.

  341. Denise says:

    Christmas quilt for sure. Maybe a wall hanging n some placements

  342. Debbie Rogowski says:

    Congratulations!! I’ve been buying from Keepsake for many years, even before I started quilting. I was always able to find great stuff for my sewing needs for making clothes for my kids growing up. I have yet to make a Christmas quilt and this will be perfect for that

  343. Carolyn Carpenter says:

    Love these fabrics. I would make Christmas baby blankets to donate to the hospital.

  344. Yvette Walker says:

    I love Moda! I would make a beautiful wall hanging!

  345. Janice Hickman says:

    I would make two Christmas mini quilts for my children. I am new to quilting so am still learning. Congrats on hitting the 35,000 mark.

  346. Latisa Dionne says:

    Thank you for the chance to win these beautiful fabrics. Congratulations on reaching a milestone !! I donate a quilted item each year to the Soldiers of the Cross and the money raised is used to buy Christmas gifts for children who would not have a Christmas.

  347. Sandra Thayer says:

    Have been purchasing from your place of business for years. Love the quality. I am making stockings for my grandchildren for Christmas and it would sure help my addiction

  348. Leigh Adams says:

    Would love to make a Christmas quilt for my son, stationed in Afghanistan. Congrats on 35,000 likes! Love your kits, patterns, website!

  349. David Shattuck says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my grandson!

  350. Susan Schoch says:

    This would make a great gift for mom at Christmas time

  351. Barbara Reamer says:

    I just bought a baby lock in January. Ive been taking classes right and left. I’ve made a carpenter star, four color chevron and did a jelly roll race. So, what would I do with my winnings? Whatever I learn next!

  352. Karen Lindemann says:

    wow— so many patterns, so many ideas. I think I would make Santa gift bags for giving Christmas presents.

  353. Kim merritt says:

    I can see placemats for my Christmas dinner table

  354. Shirley Jobson says:

    OH my how wonderful, I Love Deb Strain!! I would make the Christmas countdown for work and the FQ’s I would make a Christmas quilt for me! I want to have Christmas quilts for every room!! Thank you!

  355. Gretchen Gebhardt says:

    Congratulations on the milestone! I would use the fabrics in a Christmas quilt for my bed.

  356. Rhonda Gibson says:

    I would so much enjoy this for a fall project. I have been taking care of my elderly parents and it is so stressful!! Sewing and quilting is my therapy . If I did not have God and my sewing machine I would never make it. I was wishing I had a project to work on while they are sleeping , this would be an answered prayer!! Thank you

  357. Vicki Samsel says:

    I love Christmas fabrics. I have more of them in my stash than another fabric. There is just no telling what I would use them for. Maybe make a quilt for my daughter who just purchased her first new house. Thanks for the chance to win.

  358. Beatrice Kiesow says:

    Beautiful, I would make my beautiful sister a Christmas quilt. She is currently under going her third year of chemo treatment for ovarian cancer and is such a courageous lady.

  359. Elaine Taylor says:

    I would be making table runners and placemats for everyone on my Christmas list. These fabrics look beautiful!!!!

  360. Sharon L. says:

    Congrats on hitting 35,000 fans. I would make a Christmas quilt and maybe a tree skirt. What a wonderful stack of beautiful fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

  361. Janet Frank says:

    I think I would make stockings and small quilts for my first great-grandchildren due in September for their first Christmas. Can’t wait to meet Elena & Jaxton! Congrats on reaching such a milestone! I’m sure it won’t be the last one!

  362. Debra Lewis says:

    My girlfriend and I have just started making table runners and tree skirts for Christmas. These would be perfect for our projects!!

  363. Kim Hofsiss says:

    Last week I would have said I would use them in my charm quilt but I have enough fabrics for that now so I would probably make a Christmas quilt with it.

  364. Caroline Pelchat says:

    None of my family live near me, NH and AZ, so each year I make something special for everyone, an ornament, pot holders, or something like that. With this stash I could make ornament or placemats for everyone!

  365. Diana Kiley says:

    I would make a pair of Christmas quilts for my two sons and their families. Beautiful fabrics. My dream is to make to the store sometime, but it is a long way from New Mexico!

  366. Carmen Jones says:

    I would make a christmas quilt for the children in hospital!!! We already make quilts for terminally ill kids and one with x-mas fabric would be extra special…

  367. Edna Kotrola says:

    I would use some of them to make Quilts for Comfort and I would just make a lovely Christmas Quilt with the rest. How very beautiful!

  368. Connie Likens says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt. I love the fabrics! Thank you for all you do and congratulations on the milestone! Lets keep it going!

  369. Linda Johnston says:

    Since I love the small scale prints, I would probably use the in a square in a square pattern, possibly using a larger print as the focal square. Congratulations on the 35,000!

  370. Rene says:

    A wonderful gift !!!!I dream of getting after Christmas……

  371. M.Elena says:

    I would love to win so I can make more quilts to give away.

  372. Carole Albest says:

    I would love o win so I could make a quilt to hang in the Aged Care Unit where I work

  373. Laurie Taylor says:

    I would make a quilt to hang on my high living room wall, to show off to all my visitors during the Christmas Holidays.

  374. Nichole Alvarez says:

    I would make 3 sets of placemats and table runners – 1 set each for my younger sister, my mother & older sister (who live together), and one set for myself. If there were any leftovers, I would make a set of potholders as well!

  375. betty jaggar says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt with these and enter it into the fair next year! ;)

  376. Deb says:

    I would make as many quilted Christmas gift items as I could make using the fabric, than donate the items to various charities in my area. and being sure to add a few 1 inch square pieces to my growing stash for my postage stamp quilt.

    How wonderful to have 35,000 fans.

  377. Brenda Secoy says:

    I would use the fabrics to make heart pillows for the heart patients and lap quilts for veterans

  378. Peggy says:

    These would be perfect for Christmas placemats.

  379. Laura says:

    How pretty! Would love to make lots of Christmas gifts!

  380. I love Christmas fabric because I make at least 100 stocking a year and use a lot of it. Would be nice to win this. Blessings to all.

  381. Barbara Powers says:

    I just ordered the perfect pattern to use for a Christmas quilt…and it arrived today!

  382. Patricia says:

    Congratulations! And how nice of you to offer a giveaway in honor of your milestone. I’d make a table runner and/or tree skirt with those fun Christmas fabrics! Thanks for the chance to play.

  383. Rox Cook says:

    I am new to quilting but, I would make the Christmas Tree Napkins posted in Keepsake quilting blog for my Mom’s Ladies Club. They have a Christmas party mid-December, think I could get them done by then?

  384. Teresa Baker says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt to give my mom. These fabrics are wonderful. Thanks for the opportunity.

  385. MaryBeth says:

    I’ve been meaning to make a Christmas tree skirt for YEARS!! Maybe if I won this pretty fabric, I’d finally make it happen, lol.

  386. Melanee says:

    Oh, those are absolutely gorgeous! I’d put it towards a Christmas blanket for our family. I have never kept one — so this year I’m trying to make things to keep!!

  387. Angela Krueger says:

    I would make my mom a Christmas quilt, she has had a tough summer and she loves Christmas! Something she could wrap around her and know that I am always on her side!

  388. Linda Ferguson says:

    It’s time for a new Christmas quilt, I’m certain I don’t have enough!

  389. Cathy K says:

    Congrats on 35,000!!! I love Christmas – I would see just how many lap quilts I could get out of these FQs and some background material! I have a daughter and 2 DIL’s that just love it when I make something for them! This is a beautiful like that all of us would enjoy!

  390. Kris B says:

    Congratulations!
    I would make gifts for each person in my quilt group. Trying to decide if I should make them a notebook cover with their name on it. They are quick and cute.

  391. B McFarling says:

    Your milestone is cause for celebration; I would celebrate my milestone (this is my first year quilting) by creating baby quilts to make newborns feel welcome.

  392. AmyG says:

    Would auction them off to pay for a pair of cats to be spayed/neutered in Texas.

  393. Mary Rushton says:

    Love Moda fabric and their Christmas fabric is a favorite. I think a Christmas tree wall hanging with the Twister ruler.

  394. Joan Lee says:

    I would make a Christmas wall hanging with these beautiful fabrics.

  395. Jan says:

    I just bought a new “Christmas quilt magazine” so I could use these fabrics for a new pattern!

  396. Cindy Hansberry says:

    I love Advent Calendars and as the youngest child, I often got to open more than my share of the little paper doors on the one my Mom hung every year. No real treats, just pictures of what could be. With this set I would make the most stunning fabric Advent calendar ev-ah and fill the pockets with special treats for all my family and friends who visit.

  397. Frances says:

    I could see a Xmas lap quilt in my future if I won this. Wow 35,000 followers.

  398. Sally Squire says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt with this! …and a table runner, pillow, mug rugs, place mats… It’s beautiful!!!

  399. Dena Martin says:

    If I was lucky enough to win this FQ bundle, I’d make a quilt with them. Perfect timing too, since I recently saw a couple of wonderful quilt designs these would work great in. Thanks!

  400. Ronnie E says:

    Tablerunners for gifts for my family! :)

  401. Donna Willoughby Simpson says:

    I would make several tablerunners for friends and a Christmas tree skirt for my son and soon to be daughter-in-law! They are such beautiful fabrics! Thank you for the opportunity to win them.

  402. Eve Woldt says:

    I would make Christmas quit

  403. Maryann McGee says:

    I would make a quilt to sell at our church bazaar.

  404. Cecilia says:

    I would use it to make a Christmas quilt for one of my spare bed. Congratulations on your milestone and thanks for the chance to win.

  405. Lucinda Saue says:

    Looks like a Christmas quilt to me! And I could use one! Enter me to win this contest, please.

  406. Tammy Bennett says:

    I was asked to make something quilted for a Christmas tree for the local Parade of Tree Benifits the local hospital. These fabrics would be a fun place to start! Thanks

  407. Faye Price says:

    I would make a Christmas table runner and place mats. They would be beautiful with these fabrics.

  408. Sandal says:

    Tree Skirt…table runners…wall hangings…lots of Chrisymasy thing!!

  409. Anne M Hersch says:

    I would make a quilt or Christmas tree skirt for my daughter which could be passed down to keep our Christmas traditions and memories alive.

  410. Sandra Krueger says:

    I love the colors and I have been looking for some Christmas material to make the lil’ twister wall hanging wreath…Congratulations on reaching 35,000 likes on facebook.

  411. Sharon Ingalls says:

    I love the colors and I would make a Christmas Quilt for my Daughter who has cancer

  412. Lynne Foote says:

    My children are coming home for Christmas, so I would make something special for my daughter and daughter-in-law.

  413. Angela Williams says:

    I’d so love to make a Christmas wall hanging with those puppies!

  414. Lea Jensen says:

    I would love to make a few charity items for HART, a local no-kill cat shelter. Any leftovers would go into the scrap pile for beautiful scrappy quilt.

  415. Kay Holm says:

    I have a son with a December wedding. I would love to have a quilt for them!!! And I love all Deb Strain.

  416. Rhonda says:

    WOW! I have been looking for the perfect fabrics for an Anita Goodesign Christmas quilt that I would like to sew for some very special little one! Those look perfect! Thank you so much for this opportunity to win some beautiful fabrics! I just love your store! Thank you again!!!

  417. tabatha smith says:

    I would use them to make a christmas swoon quilt! so lovely!

  418. C Burton says:

    Congratulations on 35,000 hits here’s to many many more hits.

  419. Amy Havener-Brown says:

    I would make a tree skirt for my best friend and a countdown wall hanging for my girls (4&5)!

  420. katie smith says:

    I’d make a cute Christmas wall hanging, and then give the rest to my Mom who is an amazing quilter!!

  421. michelle mcgrath says:

    I would make a lovely extra long table runner for xmas.

  422. Dana Gaffney says:

    I’d make a beautiful Christmas quilt and may actually keep it for myself :)

  423. Denise Kniss says:

    With this wonderful fabric line, I would make a beautiful Christmas Quilt! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  424. Melinda says:

    Christmas quilt!

  425. Patty says:

    A quilt for the Christmas baby at our local hospital!

  426. Linda Zumwalt says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful selection of fat quarters. I would probably make a festive quilt with them should I be the lucky recipient. Congratulations on reaching 35,000 fans!

  427. Nancy in Wyoming says:

    I would put these to work in a table runner pattern I have – I made an autumn version, and these would be great for a Christmas theme. The center block is strip-pieced on the diagonal then cut apart and resewn, and there are panels at each end for an applique… I can already see it!

    Congrats on a milestone! Love the store – we shop there every time we travel through New Hampshire!

  428. Kathy DeSchuiteneer says:

    Tessallating Christmas Stockings to give to a local childrens organization

  429. LaJuan Lee says:

    With all this beautiful fabric the possibilities are endless. But, would love to use some to make a table runner to give cheer to someone who has no one (or thinks she doesn’t). Bringing joy to a sad heart is the gift of quilting.!

  430. Carolyn Russell says:

    I love Christmas. Did not have much of a Christmas when I was growing up. So, I try to make Christmas extra special for my kids. I am a mom who kept my kids unlike my mom. I could use this material to make them new stockings. Would love to win.

  431. cindy klein says:

    I would make a Christmas tree skirt for a surprise gift for my family by everybody putting their name in a hat at our Christmas family gathering.

  432. Diane Morris says:

    I would love to make a holiday quilt or two from this line. It is so pretty.

  433. Becky Collis says:

    Oh my! All the things I could do with these gorgeous fabrics… hmmm, probably make a gorgeous quilt to spread out in the living room for our grandbabies to sit on and open their presents!

  434. Ann White says:

    I would make a lovely quilted Christmas table runner with matching napkins and place mats.

  435. Scott says:

    Easy – I would make a cactus flower quilt

  436. Carolyn Gibeaut says:

    I think this fabric is beautiful. I would make a quilt and donate it next July for our Relay for Life event in my late husband’s honor.

  437. Sonya says:

    I would make my first Christmas quilt with this beautiful fabric if I won :)

  438. carolyn russell says:

    love the Christmas fabrics. Going to try to make our family matching Christmas stockings. This would be wonderful to win.

  439. Margaret says:

    congratulations on making the 35,000 mark….If I won I would make xmas stockings for the entire family and there would probably be enough left over to make a xmas wall hanging……..but by the looks at the amount of entries…..chances of winning, and I never win anything are highly remote…….but congratulations just the same…

  440. Darlene Crosby says:

    I would make a quilt for me and my husband in remembernce of my daughter that we lost on Dec. 26th, 2012. I have not kept a quilt for us yet. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  441. Trudy L says:

    How beautiful! I haven’t boughten Christmas fabrics in years! To be honest, I think it’s about time I make myself a Christmas lap quilt and some new table runners and potholders! I haven’t made new ones in well over ten years and everybody else in my family has them!

  442. Lori Ring says:

    It would make a wonderful quilt….

  443. Kaye says:

    I would make my daughter and daughter in law a Christmas Quilt.

  444. Kelly says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my new home. Congrats on your new milestone.

  445. Carole M says:

    I would make a log cabin Christmas Quilt. We don’t have any Christmas Quilts so it would be greately appreciated!

  446. Sarah Danhauet says:

    I would use it to make a Christmas quilt for my grandmother. I have to lay all the fabrics out, before I could decide what pattern.

  447. Steven Tharp says:

    Always wanted to make a Christmas quilt- this would leave me with no excuse not to.

  448. Florence K says:

    I would make Christmas table runners for my two best friends.
    Thank you for the chance to win, and good luck to all participants.

  449. Heather Watson says:

    Pitty its only open to USA since out of all those fans is other countries. Plus your happy to sell and ship to other countries but we are not worthy to be included in giveaways….. Dissapointed :(

  450. Mellissa Voreis says:

    I just saw some cute placemats on Pinterest that would work wonderfully with these!

  451. Bonita velasco says:

    I would make a wall hanging or my kids

  452. Andrea sperbeck says:

    I would finally make as many of the Christmas patterns that I could out of my quilting magazines!

  453. Sandy Robin says:

    I would make table runners to auction off for my Soroptimist Christmas Fundraiser!!

  454. Jan Turner says:

    I would use this lovely assortment of fabrics to make a combination wedding and Christmas for my only niece. She will marry on Dec 17, her grandmother’s birthday. I love to see young couples making their own traditions together.

  455. Susan McConnell says:

    I have always wanted to make a Christmas quilt, and have collected some fabrics over the years, but not to this degree and quality.

  456. Linda Layfield says:

    I would make another beautiful Christmas quilt!

  457. April says:

    Since I used up all my Christmas fabric last year and haven’t been able to replenish it yet, this beautiful fabric would be a terrific start for the new projects on my list for this year.

  458. sharon gates says:

    I would make gift bags

  459. Diane Nave says:

    I would probably make table runners for Christmas gifts

  460. Leticia says:

    Congrats! I think making some stockings, wall hanging or a quilt for a wounded warrior. The colors would liven up the sterile hospital environment.

  461. Cheryl says:

    I think I would make a Christmas quilt or a table runner

  462. Terry Wills says:

    I would use the cloth to make something for my daughter, and my two daughter in laws because they have each brought something beautiful into my life.

  463. Kim says:

    What beautiful fabrics and I am low on Christmas ones. I would make a sofa quilt.

  464. Elaine Roy says:

    My husband was diagnosed with Leukemia in June and we go to Houston Tx for 7 days of chemo each month. I would make him a Christmas lap throw so he can use on these trips in the hospital. He would have something bright and cherry for the holidays.

  465. Janice Padgett says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! Love Christmas material and would make table runners as gifts.

  466. Robin says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I just learned how to make a braid and these fabrics would blend well and/or perhaps some mug rugs for gifts!!!

  467. Rhonda Desgranges says:

    What a wonderful giveaway! I would use the fabrics to make a table runner and some
    mug rugs, fabric post cards and ornaments for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to
    win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  468. Kathie Till says:

    I make donation quilts to help fight canine cancer. I haven’t done a holiday quilt but this would make a fabulous donation.

  469. Lynda Parker says:

    Congratulations on 35k!
    I think this pretty collection would look great in a holiday bed topper for MY bed!
    Thanks for a chance to win.

  470. Deborah DeBerry says:

    Congratulations on all your fans! I have never made a Christmas quilt before–of course, I have only made 4 1/2 quilts. I have always been leery of making a seasonal quilt, but now with 2 grandchildren, I think they would enjoy it. Thanks for the chance to win my first Christmas fabric.

  471. Deanna Parker says:

    The fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for the opportunity to be a contestant!

  472. Denise Carpenter says:

    Love these prints! I would make table runner and/or placemats for my Son and new Daughter in-law who just got married this year.

  473. Johanna Lovering says:

    I would make Christmas bags to put small gifts in!
    Happy 35000!

  474. Mary Stephens says:

    I would love to make a mew Christmas Tree Skirt with the fat quarters, would be fun, we haven’t had a new one in 40 years. Bout time??

  475. robin says:

    holiday wall hanging or a table runner mmmm can’t decide!

  476. Kris Flamme says:

    I would use some for a beautiful table runner for my table, and the rest for one or more cuddle quilts to donate to seniors.

  477. Carol says:

    I would make a Christmas baby quilt for a boy coming the first of December.

  478. Belinda Mathison says:

    I would create a wall quilt hanging for my foyer to use during the Christmas season.

  479. Denise Laverriere says:

    Since I don’t have one yet, I would love to make a Christmas quilt for my bed with these fabrics.

  480. Debbie Ainley says:

    I would enjoy making a Christmas quilt with those beautiful fabrics!! Thanks for the opportunity to enter!!

  481. Rachel Tremblay says:

    I was just asked to make a quilt for a library fundraiser. Since it’s planned for December, a Christmas quilt would be a great choice.

  482. Linda Iwaniw says:

    I would make a quilt for my granddaughter; she due to have a baby around Christmas.

  483. Shirley says:

    Gorgeous fabric! I’d make a fun quilt – not sure if I’d give it away or keep it at home?!

  484. Maryln Fleming says:

    I would make table runners and wall quilts to give at Christmas.

  485. Anne says:

    I’d make a bunch of table runners and place mats for my family and friends.

  486. Janet Tillman says:

    I’d make a Christmas quilt backed with soft, snuggly flannel for my almost-82yr old mom!

  487. Pam from CA says:

    I would make table runners and throw quilts for my family!

  488. Margaret Webb says:

    I am starting my life over again at age 61 and after 43 years of marriage. I left behind several quilts as well as other quilting items. I would love to win this stack of Christmas fabrics to help me celebrate a brand new me.

  489. Karen says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for us as I have made them for the kids and we still don’t have one! Also don’t need another Christmas wall hanging as I have run out of wall space for the ones I have!

  490. Leigh Olsen says:

    Love these FATS. I would make Xmas stockings for those serving in Afghanistan and Iraq–as many as the fabric would allow.

  491. Suni Jordan says:

    I would use the fabric to make Christmas Table Toppers and Mug Rugs for my family. And congratulations on 35,000 fans…..and I’m one of them!

  492. Mary Mace says:

    I would start by making insulated wine totes for all my friends and family for Christmas. Then for my granddaughters…I would make them little purses. For my grandsons I would make little Christmas stockings to fill. Thank you for giving your fans that opportunity to possible win these festive Christmas fat quarters.

  493. Beth Lines says:

    What a wonderful bundle! I would,love to make a tree skirt with matching stockings.

  494. Ann L says:

    I would make my mom, who will be 86, a lap quilt. She is always cold and these Christmas selections would really cheer her up!

  495. Marleen Mueller says:

    I have a log cabin quilt pattern I have wanted to try for over 5 years, this would help me with my lack of putting different fabrics together and having them look delicious. Nothing is more beautiful than a Christmas anything!

  496. Blanca Rico says:

    I have some ideas in mind… One of them is a tablecloth, some kind of envelopes for the cutlery and maybe a table runner.

    Probably I won’t make everything, but I’ll make one for sure!

  497. Carla Bower says:

    These fabrics would make a wonderful quilt for the local women’s shelter. Something that would brighten their home during a stressful time.

  498. Heather says:

    Table runner and some place mats!! Gorgeous fabric!

  499. Peggy Thompson says:

    Would make table runners and stockings out of them for not only myself, but for our three daughters.

  500. Allyson Edde says:

    I love this! I’ve been hoping to make matching stocking for my little family of 3. I tried last year, but procrastinated too long and by the time I went fabric shopping no one had Christmas fabric left! Maybe this would give me a head start.

  501. Fran D. says:

    These are perfect fabrics for the Christmas tree napkins and table runner. Oh and let’s not forget our little log cabin hens! :)

  502. Ruth Jones says:

    A christmas wall hanging.

  503. Nancy Gatlin says:

    My granddaughter married this year. A Christmas quilt would be a lovely gift for their first Christmas together.

  504. Susan paxton says:

    Oh!!!! A Quilt for sure and I must make three quilts by Christmas soooo this one would be the most fun…Thanks for the chance to win….LOVE Keepsake Quilting!!

  505. estlene jenkins says:

    waiting to heal from back surgery and these beautiful colors would be great for several fat quarter patterns

  506. Robin Frost says:

    I would use them to make a quilt for my Mitchell Scholar granddaughter, who is going off to the University of Maine at Farmington to study Psychology. I am very proud of her. :)

  507. Lynn D in NC says:

    I would use them in a Christmas quilt. Beautiful fabrics. Hope I’m the lucky winner.

  508. Jane Hillmanx says:

    I’m thinking of a Crazy Christmas nine patch, and with the left over scraps, Santa sampler applique, and then with those left over scraps….lasting memories in other scrap quilts (my favorite).
    Congrats on the 35,000 landmark. Keep Calm and quilt on.

  509. Janis J. says:

    I would make tree skirts and table runners for my beautiful daughter-in-laws Megan and Jen. Congratulations on hitting 35,000 fans!!!!!1

  510. Susan Price says:

    If I was to win the FAt quarters , I would make a beautiful quilt for someone at Ann Arbor safe house!

  511. Kathy Darby says:

    I would just get right to work sewing. I have a cousin in Florida won just loves handmade items. She herself is a quilter and just like more quilters, she gives many of her things away and never seems to find enough time to make things for herself. She would appreciate all the different christmas fabrics.

  512. Sally Hughes says:

    I would love to add o my stash, look at all the wonderful Christmas fabrics.

  513. Cindi Blair says:

    I would use the fat quarters to a gingerbread house wall hanging. Thanks for the chance to win!

  514. Sally King says:

    So pretty!! I would hug them and squeeze them. Then cut them up into little squares and sew them all back together again. Sound sane? Yes, that’s what we do! Then sew all over the top of them. So much fun! Well, you asked. lol

  515. Lynn J says:

    Just bought a pattern from my local quilt shop called Charming Log Cabin.

  516. Joyce Dietrich says:

    What lovely fabrics. I would use them to make Christmas runners for my 2 daughters and my Prayer Sister and of course myself!!

  517. Connie Brown says:

    I am beginning to like quilting by doing small, lap quilts and finding that I want to do more. I like the idea of a Christmas quilt made from this selection.

  518. Mary Porath says:

    With that many FQ I could make a lot, let’s start with a lap quilt to keep me warm while I’m using rest of the FQ for table runner, placemats, wall hanging. . . I could go on!
    Happy Milestone!
    Thank you.

  519. Elaine Litton says:

    Iwould make new tree skirts and throws for the couch.

  520. Cathy Remus says:

    Congratulations on the milestone! What beautiful fabrics! I have recently stuck my toe into the treacherous waters of Hexies and these would be wonderful to play with. They would also work wonderfully in tumbling blocks which is one of my favorite patterns. I would love to play with these, I really hope I win!

  521. Subee says:

    My oh my I do need a lift as my main sewing machine is BROKE!
    this would really make me feel so much better.

  522. Jen Clews says:

    Congratulations! I’d use those lovely fabrics to make Christmas quilts for my three gorgeous grandsons who live overseas and interstate.

  523. Louise Cheever says:

    I have 6 Grandchildren who are waiting in line for a Christmas piece from Grandma.

  524. Milton Eugene Futch says:

    I would give these to my wife who would make her husband a very special Anniversary (December) gift.

  525. Merry says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my quilting Sister who is over the top into Christmas and a twin to donate to charity of her choice. Our quilting tradition, gift one, donate one.

  526. Ruth Carroll says:

    would love to win this . I could make charity quilts for kids.

  527. Lucy says:

    Congrats on 35000 friends on FB. I LOVE Christmas so I would make quilt – probably some other gift items, too!

  528. Anne Freytag says:

    I would love to use in my nursery school classroom—to watch as they get ready for Santa—-

  529. Ruth Carroll says:

    I could make charity quilts for kids if i won this beautiful selection of fabric

  530. Pamela Coughlin says:

    What a wonderful way to start a table runner and tree skirt for the upcoming wonderful Christmas Day! These are great prints to get started and add your own for the finishing touch!

  531. Diantha Howard says:

    I’d love to make some Christmas pillows with these fabrics!

  532. Judy Benner says:

    With those lovely fabrics, I would make a Christmas tablecloth. Love your catalogue.

  533. Janet Longest says:

    I’d use them in log cabin Christmas quilt or wallhanging!

  534. Jan Angeja says:

    Congratulations!! What a treat it would be to win my favorite fabric, MODA!!! I would take it to “Quilt Camp” at my sister’s cabin and share the experience of making a beautiful quilt together with all of my quilting sisters, (6). My fingers are crossed!

  535. Mary Ellen Hardy says:

    I would make a wall hanging, of all different stars, trees, and ornaments.

    (pick me! pick me! pick me! pick me!!!!!) :-)

  536. Carole Singer says:

    I have a great tree pattern that these would do wonders with. Oh how I want to win!!!!

  537. Janet Bast says:

    I would make and advent calender wallhanger and a table runner and maybe placemats if I had enough fabric.

  538. Janet Bast says:

    I would make and advent calender wallhanging and a table runner and placemats.

  539. Debbie Hutchins says:

    Of course I would make a Christmas quilt for my new grand-daughter one I would hope she would keep and cherish for a life time. I think it would be amazing to give it too her for her very first Christmas and keep it for a lifetime. :) Something as precious as little Eleanor!

  540. Patty Wheeler says:

    A guild I belong to make Christmas stockings that a local church fill with goodies and distributes to children in need. These fat quarters would make LOTS of stockings to be filled with Christmas cheer!

  541. Brenda Counts says:

    I have a young daughter who I am teaching to quilt. If I were fortunate enough to win, I would let her use this beautiful fabric to make her first Christmas quilt!!

  542. Karen Schultz says:

    Oh how I love this fabric – wow! I would make a table runner, placemats, plus throw for the sofa and a pillow or two, so everything coordinates. :) thanks for the chance!!!

  543. Cathy says:

    Love the Christmas fabric…congrats on 35,000 fans! I don’t have a Christmas quilt, I think I would like to make one, or a table topper would be great, I could also use some Christmas coasters, and I don’t have a Christmas wall hanging. I could find so many uses for the Christmas Countdown collection. I would probably end up giving what ever I make away as a gift! I love all things about Christmas!

  544. Julie Brown says:

    I love all things Christmas. So many fun things to make. … What would I do first with this great collection?!!

  545. Tania Ledee says:

    I would make Christmas stockings with them. Every year I make stocking for new additions to family and friends. Love the fabric choices!

  546. Donna Cooper says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt to be donated to a charity. Thank You

  547. Nadine morrison says:

    Would love to win and make a cobblestone road quilt and give it away as part of my challenge. My personal challenge this year is almost complete of making and giving a quilt to all of the mentally challenged adults in our community.

  548. Linda Oliver says:

    this is a great give-away….would love to have it so I can make a Christmas Art Quilt to hang up for the holidays…..

  549. Tanya Stevens says:

    Love the fabrics, they are beautiful! Thanks for the chance and good luck everyone. There is no telling what I would make. The fabric would guide me like always ;)

  550. Kathy Van Klaveren says:

    I would make a quilt for the sofa, placemats for the table and a great tree skirt to get the house ready for Christmas.

  551. Kathleen says:

    Congratulations of the 35,000 mark. If I won this BEAUTIFUL bundle of fabric I would make a Christmas table quilt.

  552. Cathy Walker says:

    My quilt guild makes Christmas stockings for the children at the local domestic shelter. I’d use some of the fabric for stockings for the children. I’d also use some to make a beautiful Christmas tree skirt and a holiday tote bag!

  553. Debi Pennington says:

    I would create the count down calendar, then create two quilts, one for each of my twin grand children to snuggle under at Christmas time and dream of sugar plums. They are the last two to make Christmas quilts for.

  554. Carol Poitras says:

    What a fabulous collection of Christmas fabric ! Congratulations for reaching such a high mark. I would make a Christmas Quilt for my in-laws- one of whom are struggling with the effects of Alzheimers disease. They both have health issues and this has been a challenging year for everyone.

  555. Merri Lynn says:

    Wow–so hard to think of something I would make with the beautiful fabric, but I sure would like to win so I could give it the old college try to come up with something amazing. Thanks for the chance to win.

  556. Allen Lawrence says:

    I would use these fabrics to make a quilt to give to the Louisiana Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis society to raise money for awareness of MS so that others may know about the disease, and when diagnosed get the proper information and the directions to go for help (doctors, eye care, wheelchairs, walking aids, what ever they need). This is important to me. I have so many people who are friends who have MS and my Spouse also has MS and I will fight and sew until there is a cure.

  557. Sheila says:

    We will be celebrating a very special gift this Christmas my youngest is expecting a baby girl! I would love to make her a beautiful quilt and a special stocking, we know it’s going to be a difficult birth so for us this will truly be a Christmas miracle!

  558. MT Simpson says:

    35,000 strong and still going! Congratulations! I would love this fabric collection to make a crib quilt for a special toddler to cuddle up with while counting down till Christmas, and use the leftover coordinates to make a matching throw for his parents’ den.

  559. Becky King says:

    Thank you for allowing all of us faithful followers to once again have a chance to win such a wonderful prize package. If I would ever be lucky enough to win this collection I would most likely make a quilt to give to a charity.

  560. Barbara Brinlee says:

    Just starting back quilting after so many years. This would help me get started by making me a new Christmas Tree Skirt.

  561. Ann Marie says:

    Congrats on the HUGE milestone. I would make a fantastic Christmas quilt using those fabrics and probably gift it to my dad too. 16muddyfeet@gmail.com

  562. Lynda hawthorn says:

    This fabric is awesome . I would make a Christmas quilt, using the log cabin pattern. Thank you for the chance.

  563. Beth B says:

    I would use these fabrics for a wallhanging, some gift bags and a table runner with matching napkins.

  564. Diane Hiller says:

    I would make these cute fabric bags and fill them with home made cookies. I think home made gifts are the best.

  565. Teri powers says:

    Beautiful fabric. I would make a Christmas quilt and wall,hanging. Hope to have enough left over to add to my snowman stash and how the grinch stole Christmas stash

  566. Debra Nelson says:

    Love this! I’d take the fabrics to my local guild. We’re making Christmas table runners/toppers for our local food pantry to give with Christmas meals.

  567. Karen Kugelman says:

    Love using small samples of materials for quick projects. I enjoy receiving you magazine, it gives great ideas. Glad to be a member of this group.

  568. Patricia S says:

    I just bought a Christmas themed pattern book and would make at least one of the projects with those beautiful fabrics. Congratulations on reaching 35K fans and thanks sew much for this chance to win! :-D

  569. Jane B says:

    I would use it to make another quilt to auction for Boxer Luv Rescue in AZ! They always need money for the dogs!!

  570. Kimberly says:

    I would give these to my mother, who would probably make an anniversary quilt for my father, their anniversary is in Dec around Christmas.

  571. Barb says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt.

  572. Wilma Searcy says:

    Currently I am making a scrappy queen-sized quilt with Christmas fabrics. I need more!
    I am using the traditional reds and greens so this collection would be great!
    thanks for the giveaway!

  573. Sue Pockrandt says:

    I love these fabrics! I would make a table runner.

  574. emily says:

    There’s a bunch of patterns I want to do…but would probably start with placemats & a table runner for our new house!!!! Love the fabric…pick me!!!!!

  575. Johanna Schipper says:

    Congratulations on such a large following!! I love your quilt shop and catalogue. I would turn all that beautiful fabric into gifts for my family and friends and there might be something left to decorate my own home!!

  576. Renie Rowland says:

    I have a Christmas quilt pattern that I would do ..so winning some fabric would let me do this.

  577. Dottie says:

    I already have plans for the Holiday gifts I plan to make for family and close friends. This fabric stash would be a wonderful way to get going on those projects. Thank you for the opportunity to enter the contest. And congratulations on your milestone

  578. Debbie Bleile says:

    Love the collection. I see a quilt to welcome the holiday season!

  579. Sue says:

    Congratulations on 35,000 Facebook Fans! What a beautiful collection of Christmas fabrics. I have made a lot of quilts , but I have never made a Christmas Quilt. It would be fun to use these for my first Christmas Quilt.

  580. Susan Novak says:

    Before I used any of this fabric, I would have to lay it out so I could look at and admire it for a week or so. I would also have to keep “touching” it all. Then I think I’d start with making a Christmas stocking for each of my 7 grandchildren. And then….who knows?

  581. Paula says:

    I would either make a quilt for my mom (who is has an obsession with anything Christmas), or make her and my sissies table runners. Congrats on the milestone! Keep up the good work!

  582. Valerie says:

    I think that I would use this fabric to make a few small quilts and give to the children’s hospital. I’m a pay it forward person. So if I when I would like to pay it forward to somebody that would need a quilt to cuddle up with.

  583. Barb says:

    I don’t enter too many of Hesse give aways! But these are so beautiful I just couldn’t pass it up! I would certainly make a quilt for me and my husband! I’ve made so many quilts or so many other people, I would definitely keep this for my husband and I! He loves quilts as much as I do.

  584. Clara Chandler says:

    A tree skirt is a project that’s been on my To Do list for a year. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Congratulations on the number of Keepsake Quilting fans!! For those of us in rural areas, it a pleasure to receive a catalog from you and the packages that follow.

  585. Wendy Phelps says:

    These fabrics would be perfect for the Christmas quilt challenge that my quilt group “The Willows quilting group” are doing for christmas. The challenge is Christmas at the cabin and entails log cabin or log cabin variations, this is a fantastic opportunity and thankyou for the chance to win these amazing fabrics

  586. Sherry says:

    I love the Christmas fabrics. I would make a tree skirt & table runner to match.

  587. Kathryn says:

    Would love to win this fabric so we can make quilts for wounded warriors project at Fort Drum, New York. We have been making quilts for months now. We are also making quilts for the kids of parents who are being deployed with the cooperation of the YMCA Watertown, New York.

  588. Jean says:

    I just finished a Christmas quilt and would love to make another with this collection!

  589. Rose Sullivan says:

    Hi Friends,

    I would make a quilt for my sister. Her birthday is Christmas Day! I made her one of my first quilts way back in the late ’70′s. Even though the fabric was purchased in a quilt shop it bearded and is now empty. I’ve been thinking of making her a new quilt and have a few fabrics collected – from Keepsake – but haven’t gotten enough fabric, nor figured out what to make. I’d love to win!

    Thanks
    Rose

  590. Kathy O in GA says:

    A Christmas quilt of course! Unless my granddaughters want twirly skirts (rows of ruffles) to wear for Christmas….hmmm….

  591. Kathy Lathrop says:

    Christmas tree skirt :D

  592. Sharon Hicks says:

    I would make a quilt for Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital in Baton Rouge. They could use for a fund raiser to help our precious children.

  593. Amy Armstrong says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this collection of fabric. I envision a quilt to be used for a fund raiser for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life.

  594. LINDA FICKLING says:

    A QUILT….AFTER I HAVE ADMIRED IT FOR A TIME.

  595. Christine Martinson says:

    It is a very nice package. I would make a table runner.

    respc8x5@myfairpoint.net

  596. Janelle Bucher says:

    Christmas is my favorite holiday and I’ve made lots of beautiful wall hangings and table runners. The next thing I need is a tree skirt or an advent calendar. I am sure this wonderful Moda fabric would do the trick.

  597. Claire Fisher says:

    All Things Christmas! Gifts for family, church bazaar, table runners, placemats…can think of many things for family, friends and others. Thanks for chance to enter.

  598. Margaret Schindler says:

    O my I would make some place mats, table runner and mug rugs for Christmas. Thanks for sharing such a nice giveaway

  599. paula preti says:

    I’ve been wanting to make Christmas quilts for my grown kids. Winning this will give me the inspiration to do it.

  600. Cindy Cooke says:

    Oh, such beautiful fabrics! I would use some of them to make gift bags, and probably would get some into quilts for the traumatized children who lose parents through violence or illness.

  601. debbie benjamin says:

    Love the fabric ,would make a Christmas quilt for my daughter to use for a fund raiser in school .

  602. Joey says:

    I’d make a Christmas wall hanging

  603. Lori says:

    I see lots of Christmas Gifts….tablerunners galore!

  604. Meg Koppen says:

    I would make an advent calender wall-hanging for my granddaugther and her foster brothers & sister.

  605. sharon says:

    wow, those are some beautiful colors, think I would use them to male a Christmas theme quilt for my grandchildren

  606. Diane Bjorklund says:

    I’d use them to make my grandkids lap quilts.

  607. Darla Zimmer says:

    Great colors. I’d be able to make Christmas gifts for several people. Congrats on the amazing number of likes.

  608. Can’t wait to visit your shop! I would use the fabric to make a special count-down -to-Christmas wall hanging for my grandson and the new baby on the way!!!Thanks for the giveaway!

  609. Janet T says:

    Congratulations on hitting 35K!! I do not have a Christmas quilt, but have a pattern that I have liked for about 3 years. The fabrics in that bundle would be perfect colors for the quilt. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  610. cathy dewoody says:

    I sm a scrappy quilted. Would love yo put one together with these fabrics

  611. Kelly Cline says:

    I have a great friend who loves Christmas and is a crazy topper. She’s 70. Widowed, no TV or computer. She quilts from dawn till dusk. I’d give her that fabulous pack of fabric cuz she’d go crazy over it!

  612. Ana Paulina Palazuelos says:

    I don´t know what I would like to do, first I have to be the winner!!

  613. I would make a beautiful Christmas quilt!

  614. Chris Whiteman says:

    I would give it to my 8 year granddaughter who is just finishing up her first quilt top. She wants to make one for Santa so he doesn’t get cold delivering toys.

  615. Linda Halcomb says:

    I would share some of these fabrics with my quilt guild friends, the rest I would use to make Christmas ornaments for family & friends.

  616. Francie Kennedy says:

    Gorgeous! I am making a tree skirt and quilt for my newlywed daughter with these! Thank you!

  617. Marcia Herath says:

    I have three family members who are starting a new phase of their life. It would be a quilt for one of them.

  618. Ann Glines says:

    I love these fabrics. I have never made a Christmas quilt. These would be perfect!

  619. Sandra King says:

    I would like to make a quilted Christmas wall hanging or throw for my Pastor. Although he and his wife were in the Joplin tornado they have worked endlessly to support others who lost their homes and those who came into town to help rebuild our town. He has worked with our church on a national level to set up disaster procedures for other congegations. It has been a confirmation of faith to see our town come back from such a horrible disaster.

  620. Ola Bramlett says:

    If I were to win this, I would make a special Christmas quilt
    for my granddaughters to wrap up in on Christmas morning
    as we gather for our Christmas breakfast

  621. Donna G says:

    Wow! Pretty! Thanks for this opportunity!

  622. I really need to get started on my holiday stuff and this would definitely help!

  623. Maggi Oswald says:

    I would use them for a donation for our quilt guild’s Christmas fundraiser

  624. Debra Mack says:

    I have a little pile of Christmas fabric that needs some variety and volume..this would sure make a quilt a reality. Thank you Sew Peacefully

  625. faith says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt

  626. Delia says:

    telas maravillosas, haria un mural gigante

  627. Leslie Day says:

    I would make Advent calendars and Christmas stockings for my three grandchildren and also the one who won’t be here until next spring. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!!

  628. dorothea evans says:

    I have a 3 month old granddaughter and she needs a Christmas stocking. These fabrics would make a lovely stripe stocking for her. Please pick me……

  629. Laurie Sieg says:

    Pick me! Pick me! Because I would pick those fabrics.

  630. Deb T. says:

    I would make small wall hangings for my sister, sister-in-law, 2 nieces and 1 great niece.

  631. Debra Curtiss-Storm says:

    I would like to make each grandchild a special quilt for Christmas. Just another reminder of how much I love having them in my life! Congrats on reaching your goal! ! Thank you!

  632. Linda Erdmann says:

    I’d make a quilt foru granddaughter. She carries
    a quilt with her all the time.

  633. Anna Marie Houck says:

    My daughter and her family will be in their new home for the holidays. I would make them stockings, a tree skirt and a table runner. I love Christmas fabrics!!

  634. Leslie Burghardt says:

    I would love to win these so I could make a quilt for my Mom. She has been teaching me how to quilt. For years, she has been creating beautiful quilts for me and my kids and I would love to present her with a beautiful quilt from me.

  635. Dru Chauffe says:

    If I win that beautiful bundle of Christmas fabrics, I will make myself a Christmas tree quilt to honor the memory of a dear friend. I made a Christmas tree wallhanging many years ago and gave it to one of the members of the quilting bee I was quilting with at the time. This dear sweet friend died of cancer a couple of years ago after a long battle with the disease. She was an avid quilter and is dearly missed by all of us who had to priviledge to quilt with her.

  636. I would make a nice Christmas quilt, beautiful fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

  637. Jenel Looney says:

    My mom tried to teach me to sew when I was a kid, but I wasn’t interested in learning. Started quilting around the time I turned 40, four years ago. If I won, I would make my mother a Christmas quilt that she could pull out every year for the holiday season.

  638. Beth Smith says:

    I’d make a table runner for my holiday table, some tree ornaments, placemats and napkins.

  639. Mary Ann says:

    I have always wanted to make a Christmas quilt for my bedroom. Deb Strain is one of my favorite designers and I would love to make a queen size quilt with this bundle of fabric. Thanks for the opportunity.

  640. Cynthia says:

    I would use the fabrics to make a tree skirt for my family christmas tree. and if i still had some left over a table runner.

  641. Anna Lee Dilley says:

    I would make a Christmas tree skirt for myself and my daughter .

  642. Valerie A. Clark says:

    I am enamored with the Wonky 4 Patch and I have a new Great Grand Daughter waiting for her quilt made with these fabrics. Thank you for this give away.

  643. Julane Williams says:

    Would love to make ornaments, table runners and stockings out of that beautiful material !! Good luck all!!

  644. Shelley Scarbro says:

    I would make a wall hanging!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

  645. Celeste says:

    Congratulations on 35,000 likes! Love your catalog and your products!

  646. sue t says:

    Wow, I can see pillows, a table runner, a tree skirt, stockings and ornaments for my daughter and grandkids. She would be so happy if everything matched and a bundle like this is just the trick.

  647. MichelleL says:

    Oh I don’t know what I would eventually make out of it but it would be something snuggly and pretty and I would give it to someone who would love to have it because I am apparently incapable of creating a quilt to keep for myself!

  648. Colleen Lovan says:

    I’d make my very first Christmas quilt!

  649. Deborah Woodlock says:

    I would use these to make rug mugs with crochet embroidery, table runners, or in any other Christmas projects I can think of. Lovely colors and prints. Way to go -KQ – on your milestone!

  650. Evelyn Burkett says:

    I love Christmas Fabrics. Our “Quilting for Missions” group at my church is preparing Christmas quilts, wall-hangings, ornaments and table runners for sale the first week in November. I would love to share with them.

  651. Oh my gosh, this is beautiful! It would go into a quilt and a couple table runners for my daughters!

  652. Susan Ioanou-Silver says:

    I would use them for a quilt or two…depending on what pattern I used!

  653. Ruth Rocker says:

    I would make a quilt for my cousin. She stood in my place recently to deal with the passing of my brother and I owe her big time.

  654. D.J. Crosby says:

    First I would unfold all that neatness and then fondle all the little pretties, maybe even roll on the floor with them, and then start plotting and scheming. I’m huge into scrap quilts these days, so maybe a scrap quilt … Who knows … I’d just like to play with them until a plan is born …

  655. Sandra Hulsey says:

    These are YUMMY!!!! I would use these to make a quilt for my mom & dad as a Christmas present to have on their couch to snuggle under.

  656. Barb S. says:

    So many possibilities! Would start with a table runner and mantle scarf. Beautiful giveaway…thanks.

  657. brenda says:

    I am so excited that you hit that many fans! I personally would use this amazing stack of fabrics for a variety of things. Small wall quilts, doll dresses, and I would also like to use the rest to try out a new pattern that I just saw for caps for cancer patients to the local cancer ward. Thanks!

  658. Conny Renner says:

    Although I’ve been quilting for more than a decade (and have been a KQ fan ever since I found you!), I have NEVER made a Christmas quilt. My thoughts have always been, “Do I want to spend so much time on something that I only display/use for a short amount of the year?”
    The more I think about it, why not??? And besides, I usually keep the Christmas decorations up long into January : )
    I would make a quilt with the Oh Christmas Tree! pattern.

  659. Sherry Sharum says:

    These Christmas fabrics would make lovely quilts for my two grandchildren! I would use anything leftover for a tablerunner (Nanny needs a Christmas table runner)!

  660. Jan says:

    Ooh, after looking at them, unwrapping them and touching them (I love the feel of good fabric!) I would make a Christmas throw and maybe have enough for a table runner.

  661. A Christmas Lap Quilt to cuddle up in on Christmas Eve.

  662. Cindy says:

    I have been wanting to do some sort of advent calendar quilt for a while now, I am hoping the materials you are giving away will give me that opportunity! Thank you so much for the giveaway.

  663. Sandy Smith says:

    Congrats on 35,000!!

  664. ritainalaska says:

    gorgeous fabric! just right for my big Christmas project! i’m gathering the pieces for erin russek;s jingle bom … this bundle would really work for it! thanx for the chance to win it.

  665. Vena Dagnall says:

    These fabrics would give me so something wonderful to do while I’m waiting for my baby girl to be born…. 2 long months still!

  666. Kristin M says:

    I would make a set of Christmas table gear, napkins, place mats, tablerunner et.c

  667. Serena Craft says:

    I would love to make a cozy quilt for my boys to snuggle under while they wait for Santa. Congratulations on 35,000 fans!

  668. Cathy Ferrarese says:

    Christmas wall hangings or coordinating stockings. Hooray for Christmas!

  669. Paula Erhard says:

    Christmas gifts! I have lots to make and fabulous ideas. Can’t say because my sister may see this. :)

  670. Laurie says:

    Not sure yet – would have to look at them for a few days and ponder!

  671. Carol Glidden says:

    I would make a quilt for my daughter and her new husband. They will be married in October. My husband and I visited your shop about 10 years ago and had so much fun. Love your location.

  672. Michele Guthrie says:

    I would use this fabric to make my new grandbaby his first Christmas quilt!

  673. Connie Cain says:

    I would make an advent calendar for the grandkids :)
    Thanks and congrats!

  674. Shirley Bost says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt and several Christmas stockings! Love this fabric! I am
    addicted to Christmas fabric!

  675. Chris says:

    Congratulations! I would probably make a quilt or some table runners, but I can’t promise! Sometimes you just have to FEEL IT and TOUCH it all over before you can really decide!

  676. Susan Sampson says:

    I just received the pattern for “swoon.” This would make an awesome version of the pattern

  677. Ranette says:

    I would make Christmas table runners and use them for early Christmas gifts.

  678. Ann-Marie says:

    Mycket vackra!
    Jag skulle vilja sy en mysig julquilt åt min dotter.
    Lovely! Would like to make a quilt for my daughter.

  679. Darlene Krystal says:

    those are some way cool fabrics….I’m drawing out a pattern for a Xmas in Canada quilt block that would look great in small scale prints….have a great quilting day….

  680. Kay Hurt says:

    I would have fun doing a mystery quilt series. Then I would donate it to a charity. Congratulations on 35,000. Love your store, catalogue and website!

  681. Joan Ascue says:

    I would use them to make Christmas items for the retirement home where my Dad lives. The residents are always thrilled when I take things up there. The fabrics are beautiful, and would be loved by the elderly who live there.

  682. Pamela says:

    I would make a quilt for my dad and mom to use while they are here working through some medical issues. Our home is a bit cooler than their home so it would be greatly appreciated to keep them warm during the upcoming colder months. :)

  683. Eva Kuti says:

    I would make a christmass quilt for my children. They love my sewing projects :)

  684. Julianna Sós says:

    These fabrics are wonderful.

    Julianna patchworker
    from Hungery

  685. quiltzauber says:

    Herzlichen Glückwunsch zu 35.000 Facebook-Fans! Was ich mit den wunderschönen Weihnachtsstoffen anstellen würde? Zunächst würde ich sie hüten wie einen Schatz, würde sie mir immer wieder anschauen darüber streichen und mir ausmalen was ich alles daraus machen könnte und mich einfach nur darüber freuen.
    Quiltzauber

  686. rosanna says:

    sé sarò fortunata ,realizzerei una trapunta da usare la notte di Natale quando tutta la famiglia dopo la mezzanotte si accomoda sul divano ,e mio nipote distribuisce i doni che sono arrivati

  687. Kimberly Jones says:

    I would make Christmas quilts for my daughters. Their Grandfather used to dress as Santa Claus and they were his elves. Kids for miles around would come to his house and have their photo taken with him for free. Christmas has never been the same since he passed away and this would be a special way to remember him for them.
    Beautiful fabric, lovely business.
    Thank you for expanding the craft/art of quilting.

  688. GH Pfeiffer says:

    I’d use them to FINALLY finish my 6 piece set of table mats that never got finished because I haven’t got around to finding the perfect outer border and backing fabrics. With the rest, I’d just deck the halls with bouts of paper-pieced wall-hangings.
    Congratulations on the 35k!

  689. Debbie A says:

    A warm lap quilt to snuggle by the fire, a tree skirt for Christmas tree, A runner for the mantel & coffee table, some mug rugs & if there is any fabric left some pot holders. And that is also the order I would sew up all that gorgeous material up.

  690. Rebecca Price says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt.

  691. Inge says:

    Wauw…
    I don’t know where to start…
    I would make a wonderfull Plaid for my kitchen, and some nice cards to send to my family and friends…
    This must be such a great gift to get…
    Cross my fingers..

  692. Peggy Wetzel says:

    I would use these to make holiday items (tree skirts, table runners etc.) to sell at my grandkid’s school craft show to support the school. I think there is enough there to make some to give as gifts and maybe a table runner for me!

  693. Diane W says:

    I want to make a Christmas tree skirt. Thanks for the giveaway.

  694. Nancy Daniel-Green says:

    Love Keepsake Quilting!

  695. Cathy Hardy says:

    Oh a Christmas quilt for my grands to cuddle under when they come to visit…my youngest grand told me I had the best blankets to cuddle under…

  696. Chriss says:

    These fabrics are just calling out to me to be made into advent calendars for all my sisters and a few friends too. I can’t wait to get started!

  697. Karen Fisher says:

    would love to make Christmas quilt. Haven’t made one yet because I haven’t found the right mix….this bundle would be great!

  698. Susan Schneider says:

    I’d make a Christmas quilt and an Advent Calendar quilt for my daughter and her husband, for their 6-month anniversary!

  699. Pam Silverman says:

    Oh my, these are so beautiful. This is going to sound crazy. I cross stitched a monopoly board and I want to do a log cabin block around so I can hang it over my soffa. These are the perfect colors because the monopoly board has alot of reds and greens and of course all the squares on the board are outlined in black!!! These would be absolutely perfect!!!! and since it is just a border the perfect amount of fabric!!!

  700. monica antone-watson says:

    I would like to make a small quilt for my miracle granddaughter. She had a brain aneurysm burst, many strokes and seizures. They said she wouldn’t make it through the night and she is still with us 4 months later. She will be one year old on Aug. 31.

  701. Pamela Davis says:

    I would make spicy spiral table runner, tree skirt & wall hanging with the Christmas Countdown Fat Quarter Collection by Deb Strain for Moda. Love this collection!

  702. Susan Osborne says:

    We have a place that takes in Women and Children that have been involved with domestic violence and I would like to make a quilt for a child. I believe that a quilt will make them feel secure. If there were enough left over I would like to make my grandchildren a new stocking for Christmas.

  703. Love these Christmas fabrics and needing more for my stash as I do not seem to have many for the season. Thanks for a chance!

  704. Denise Rehlander says:

    congrats on the milestone! thank you for the giveaway… the collecrion is lovely.
    I would make mug rugs or maybe monogrammed stockings or even a handbag for family and friends for gifts.

  705. Jan says:

    I would make a table runner with placemats and Christmas Tree napkins!

  706. Michelle says:

    I have too many ideas to choose from. But will most likely make tablerunners for my loved ones.

  707. Ann Boudrot says:

    The majority of my quilts go to family, friends and charity so I would finally make a Christmas quilt for myself and buy more of the fabric for matching tree skirt and other accessories.

  708. Norma Fulford says:

    If I won these, I would make some Christmas curtains and a quilted wall
    calendar from the ‘countdown’ fabric to match.
    Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  709. Mary Ann says:

    What a beautiful collection of fabrics. I am envisioning a Christmas quilt for our guest room for our friends and family to enjoy when they come to visit. I love spoiling them with beautiful things!

  710. dawnmarie Graziotto says:

    lm a beginner quilter so l would make my first christmas quilt . We are a one income family so buying fabric is hard. This has been my dream for over 20 years and a friend is teaching a bunch of ladies so l can finally afford lessons. This would be a blessing to me .

  711. Laura Herl says:

    I would find a nice pattern and make MYSELF a special Christmas quilt. I have only been quilting for about 2 years and I love it but every time I make something I give it away. I have nothing to show for all my work other then pictures.

  712. Jane Freeman says:

    For years I have collected odds and ends for the someday Christmas quilt! It would be great to have a fabric line to actually make that quilt for my family.

  713. Glenda Grabowski says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt and mantle quilt with these beautiful fabrics.

  714. Cindy J says:

    Beautiful fabric! I would use it to make a new Christmas quilt for my son to replace the one that I made 25 years ago that he loved so much it fell apart!

  715. Catolyn D'Annolfo says:

    I am in the process of making a red & white quilt for my son & daughter-in-law – only red & white, no green. With this collection, I would make a Christmas quilt for our other son – so I could get the red & white, red & white, red & white out of my mind and replace it with these pretty Christmas colors!!!

  716. Marissa says:

    WOW!!! I would do a christmas quilt or/and table runner or/and ornaments for christmas.
    Thanks for the chance!!!
    ;D

  717. brenda pearson says:

    I love those fabrics. I would use them to make runners for my daughter and a friend. If there’s any left I would use them to make ornaments.

  718. Dawn says:

    I am not surprised by the 35,000, I love your fabrics!

  719. Jennifer Jones says:

    I need to make Christmas tree skirts for the rest of my family.

  720. Janet Corcoran says:

    I would make a beautiful quilt for my son and his spouse.. They are just starting out and need something bright for Christmas.

  721. Barbara Jordan says:

    I would make a beautiful Christmas quilt! Or maybe 2. Stockings or a tress skirt. So many possibilities!

  722. Vee Hicks says:

    I would make a lovely quilt for the holidays! Maybe some stockings.

  723. Edie says:

    Love Keepsake Quilting!!! I would use these fabrics to make Christmas gifts for my sister-in-laws – all 6 of them!! I try to make something for each of them every year…. I find that a homemade gift means so much more than something I would buy….

  724. Marilyn Jones says:

    I’d make some Holiday placemats and napkins!

  725. Kristi Ryan says:

    I really want a new tree skirt! This would be perfect! The pattern is waiting. Then a table runner and some placemats and maybe even a quilt for the couch! Thanks for the chance!

  726. Carol Houghton says:

    Would use these to make Christmas quilted items for my family. This would help as I am now retired. Love the different fabrics.

  727. Jan Jones says:

    I would make a Christmas comfort quilt for one of our Horizon Hospice patients. It’s my passion to quilt & this is my chosen outlet for most of my projects.

  728. Sandi Cade says:

    Would love to make a quilt for my bed! Or a tree skirt. Or throw pillows for Christmas.
    Possibilities are endless!!!

  729. Jenny Moore says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt out of this fabric. Hope I am lucky.

  730. Kathryn Eddy says:

    I would make a beautiful Christmas quilt for the Common Family Room at our local Ronald McDonald House <3

  731. Karen A says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt and table runners and a new tree skirt.

  732. Tammy Jones says:

    I would make about 10-15 table runners for Christmas presents!! {{hugss}} and thanks for the chance to win. :) tambocreates@gmail.com

  733. Suzanne Scarola says:

    I just found a pattern for Christmas trees. This fabric would be perfect!

  734. Sandra Hedrick says:

    I would make my Greatest Grand Daughter a quilt for her 1st Christmas.
    Thank you.

  735. Emilie Vangel says:

    I would make a curtain for my backdoor window;love the colors in the pack…:)

  736. Carol Tudor says:

    It’s too bad the contest is only open to USA. I live in Canada, have liked you for a long time on FB, I’ve been getting your wonderful catalogs for many years, shared with friends and strangers too, and have ordered from you several times. Of your 35,000 likes on FB, I wonder how many of those are international likes?

  737. Sara Sultze says:

    I found a wonderful quilt pattern in a magazine lately that required a large variety of Christmas patterned materials. This would be perfect. And I would still have the panel and numbered fabric to make a wall hanging. Thank you for the chance to win.

  738. Susan McKinney says:

    I would use these fabrics to make Christmas stockings for a local charity. Our friendship group makes 700-1000 Christmas stockings each year that go to various local charities.

  739. Irene says:

    I would use this to make a table runner, maybe some star on it, sewing by hand, I think.

  740. Chris Archer says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt!!

  741. Regina Miron says:

    Beautiful fabric, I would give the fabric to my Quilting Guild for a joint project to make a “comfort” quilt. We give quilts to people in our community who have a death in the family; burn out of their homes, having surgery, etc. etc.

  742. Cindy says:

    A quilt or table runner or mini quilt or stockings or…the possibilities seem endless. Thanks for the chance to win.

  743. Dee says:

    I would make a quilt for my sister. She is very supportive of my quilting and I haven’t made one for this sister yet, (I have five of them). She LOVES decorating for the various holidays, but the one thing she does not yet have is anything quilted. I know she would love it and pass it down like an heirloom.

  744. Sally says:

    I Love Moda Fabrics! This collection would be perfect for a raffle quilt for our Guild.

  745. Eileen says:

    If I won these beautiful fabrics, I would first lay the fabric out and enjoy feeling and touching each piece as I have fun mixing them up in different combinations. I would start thinking about what I would like to make with it – stockings for my seven grandkids and their parents? Table runners? A Christmas quilt? Perhaps a tree skirt?
    From the day the fabric enters my home until the day they leave as a finished project, I will enjoy each and every moment. Thanks for the opportunity to win the fabric.

  746. Phyllis Moynihan says:

    I think I would make some log cabin blocks an find a new and unusual way to arrange them for a Christmas quilt to wrap up in this winter.

  747. Marcena Phillips says:

    I would make a quilt for my Dad who has Alzheimer’s and is in a nursing home. A bright, cheerful holiday quilt to make it feel more like home.

  748. Sarah Brooks says:

    Thank you for the chance to win! I would make a wall hanging for my son & small advent calendars for my great nieces.

  749. Rena Compaan says:

    I would use these fabrics to make 3 quilts for my daughter’s three fosterchildren…ages 11-13-15. This will be their second Christmas with our family and they always admire my quilts so I would like to share them with the kids.

  750. Sharon Ruthrauff says:

    I would make a Christmas wall hanging for my quilt guild to sell at our Quilt Fest in March 2014.

  751. Laura Miller says:

    A perfect line to make new tree skirts for family! And Christmas quilt for myself, if there’s any left.

    35,000 is just the beginning – I know there are more out there!

  752. My daughter has just purchased her first home and I would love to use this fabric for a Christmas wallhanging for her and my grandaughter!

  753. Deb Peterson says:

    Congratulations and thanks for the giveaway.

  754. Brenda Woodard says:

    Beautiful fabrics. If I were lucky enough to win them I would have to lay them all out for a while and see what ideas I could come up with. I enjoy making things for others and I know I could find a use for all the fabrics. What a wonderful way for you to celebrate by making someone happy!!!!

  755. Pamela Newman says:

    I would make a Christmas lap quilt for my mom to replace the one that she uses now which I made for my grandmother many years ago.

  756. Susan Bell says:

    Planning a fabulous tree skirt! Maybe two!

  757. Peggy Forbeck says:

    So beautiful! I would love to make a new tree skirt and matching Christmas bunting to decorate our home!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  758. Leah Garhovd says:

    I would like to use the fabric to make Christmas gifts for the homeless people (most specially veterans) who need not only to keep warm but also to know “someone” cares about them.

  759. Johnne B says:

    Thank you for this opportunity! I would make two baby quilts and donate them to two area hospitals for the baby either born on Christmas or nearest to it. With the remaining scraps and such I would purchase more material and then make a quilt for my child that was born on Dec. 24th. :-) I made my first quilt in April for a granddaughter. Now I have 14 more to make for grandchildren and 7 for children and 7 for children’s spouses…. Oh do I have a lot of quilting to do!!! I should have started YEARS ago!!!

  760. Rhonda Casey says:

    I’d make a beautiful Christmas Quilt for myself. I never really made a quilt for myself.

  761. Erin Haugh says:

    My Mom loves Christmas, and was recently moved from her assisted living apartment to the ” Remenisence” (lockdown) part of the facility for her quickly declining condition of Alzheimer’s! I would love to make her a Christmas wall hanging for her new “room”.

  762. Karan Williams says:

    I would make a quilt for my granddaughter who just left on her third deployment.

  763. Ethel Chinander says:

    Wonderful for table runners for my sisters and DIL.

  764. Margarita says:

    Gorgeous fabric…..I would just fondle it for a while, looking at a photo is good, but fondling is much better.

  765. autumnhathaway says:

    Oh these would look awesome made into some fun wonky log cabin pillows for the holidays.

  766. Joyce says:

    I’d make Christmas stockings for my five great-grandchildren and a Christmas throw for my dear friend.

  767. Joyce says:

    I would make two Christmas Tree Skirts. One for each of my sisters. I have been sick and they have both gone out of there way to help me and my family. We have always been close.

  768. LINDA says:

    HI! I’D MAKE CHRISTMAS GIFT TABLE TOPPERS!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

  769. MaryAnn Stefanchik says:

    Honestly, I do not have a specific idea for these wonderful fabrics. I would, however, definitely place them in our quilting stash at my church, St Johns Episcopal, Clearwater, FL and they would magically be transformed by the wonderful members Of the quilting group into beautiful items for our charity projects, specifically focusing n neonatal babies and infants in dire need in ur community. I hope I win!

  770. Vicky Stone says:

    I would make Christmas gifts for my family. Love the fabrics.

  771. I would love to make a christmas quilt. I am new to quilting, but love these colors.

  772. Karen Langlois says:

    I would make lap quilts for local nursing home. Something matchy rather than scrappy.

  773. Judy Mullin says:

    Would love to make Christmas placemats/table runners/table “toppers” as gifts for daughters & grand daughters.

  774. Pat V. says:

    I would have to make a Christmas quilt for the bed in my guest room. I’ve always wanted one, but haven’t gotten to it yet!

  775. Loretta says:

    Congrats on the 35,000 likes! I would love to make a Christmas quilt for my youngest daughter. She would so appreciate it! Thanks!

  776. Jutta Cia says:

    Congratulation, I’m one of the latest facebook fans, just found you yesterday and like it at once.
    The fabrics are so beautiful, I would love to enter the drawing and would make some really nice christmas quilt with it,

    Jutta

  777. Karen Wright says:

    I would finally make the Christmas wall hanging I have had in my mind for far too long :-)

  778. Carolyn Mills says:

    I would make Christmas table runners with these fabrics.

  779. Smitty Luschen says:

    Gorgeous fabric! I have a favorite pattern from Mountain Peak that would be perfect for this fabric!

    Thanks
    Smitty

  780. Deb Praus says:

    Congrats and I am so proud to be one of those fans.
    As selfish as it sounds, I would probably make a quilt for myself. I have yet to keep one that I have made. Christmases are hard w/o my Dad and I could feel wrapped in his love as he bought me my first sewing machine for Christmas. He was my biggest supporter and always oooh and aaahed over everything I made.
    BTW, thanks for the free shipping offer this weekend….I took advantage of it!

  781. Ingrid rendell says:

    Oh my this is fantastic I would make all the Xmas projects that I say I will do each year but somehow never get round to buying the fabric

  782. Margie says:

    I love Christmas and everything about it. I also love quilting and sewing, so I would be making all sorts of Christmas presents with this fabulous fabric.

  783. Carla says:

    I would love to make quilts for my 2 new grand daughters.

  784. Janice Mc Laren says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt. Not sure who the recipient will be, but I’m sure I could find someone in the family that will like it.

  785. Trille says:

    I would love to win this fabric to make a Christmas quilt for my son.

  786. TRACY DVR says:

    Congrats!!!
    The bundle would be used to make Christmas quilts for the new additions to the family… a great niece & nephew!

  787. JIMENA GARCIA says:

    HOLA,
    SI FUERA LA AFORTUNADA GANADORA ME GUSTARÍA FABRICAR DECORACIONES PARA MI CASA, ESTOY RECIÉN CASADA Y QUIERO LLENAR MI HOGAR DE QUILTING ELABORADOS CON MIS PROPIAS MANOS.

  788. Janet says:

    Made my first trip to KQ today. As a new quilter my head is spinning with all the ideas I saw but I see table runners and wall hangings in my future. I would share with my daughter who also made her first quilt this year.

  789. Julie LaDuke says:

    It is a great collection of Christmas fabrics. I will use it to make my favorite Dresden Plate tree skirt pattern and I will use it for festive table toppers to match.

  790. Beth Wilson says:

    I would make a lap quilt for my Aunt Barbara because she is the one who got me interested in quilting by sending all of the beautiful quilts. Now every year when she does or a visit we always o a quilt project together with my mom.

  791. Bonnie Zacherl says:

    An Advent calender and a new tree skirt.
    Congratulation on reaching 35K!

  792. Deanna Bryce says:

    I will make a fund raiser quilt for Arthritis Foundation Jingle Bell Run/Walk. The daughter of a good friend has Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Rachel doesn’t let it get her down and has a very positive attitude. She keeps active playing soccer which actually helps keep her joints limber.

  793. Carol Peterson says:

    I’m just learning to quilt with the help of a friend. With those beautiful fabrics, I would make my Mom a quilt (Mom just turned 90 on Aug 8), she is still active and can out walk me at the mall :-)

  794. I would use this fabric to make a tree skirt for each of my five grandchildren. I don’t have a pattern in mind yet, but this project would mean so much to me. I want to leave something behind for each of them from “Grandma” and I think making them all at the same time (each a little different) would be such a joy. And, hopefully these tree skirts would be placed under many Christmas trees in years to come along with the story behind them. Thank you!

  795. Sharon Parshley says:

    I would make a Christmas shower curtain.

  796. Janice Shogren says:

    I would love a new sweatshirt jacket with Christmas prints made into patchwork strips and sewn to the fleece inside to wear when attending the three quilt clubs and the Northeast Iowa Quilt Guild meetings.

  797. valerie kasch says:

    I would make Quilted Christmas pillows and a matching throw to go with the Christmas countdown panel for the Grandkids.

  798. Angel Diny says:

    Ohhhh, I’m drooling. I would make new table runners for my girls; they are still using the ones I made them in the 80′s.

  799. Karen Propes says:

    I just love these fabrics, I would make my Granddaughter a Christmas Quilt and an Advent Calendar. Last year she said Mamaw please make me a Christmas Quilt, I have been thinking recently what pattern, its so much easier to find a pattern if you know what kind of fabrics you want to use. Winning this would be a dream come true for both of us. Thanks for the chance, and sharing so many ideas and tips and wonderful fabrics year after year.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

  800. Elizabeth H. says:

    All the fabrics are beautiful! I would make a Christmas quilt for my mom. Congrats on reaching 35000 members!

  801. Gay Ferland says:

    I would use this fabric to make table runners for my craft fairs that I will be attending this year. I hope I have a chance to win this!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  802. Mickey Hunt says:

    I would make a “Yellow Brick Road” quilt for the Christmas season (for our bed). I have made may YBR quilts (throw size) using fat quarters I collect commemorating holidays, road trips, fav)orite themes (ex. flamingoes). What fun!

  803. I would use these beautiful Moda fabrics to make place mats and matching or coordinating napkins to grace my holiday table and some would be used for gifts to my special friends. Sure hope I win so I can get excited early about Christmas and be inspired to get started on my place mat project.

  804. Tina Yarrow says:

    The first thing I would do is scream for joy as I have never won anything in my life. Second after calming down I would go through each and every fabric to see where I would put them into a quilt I would make to commemorate this happy occasion!

    Thank you for this opportunity.

  805. Denise Hays~Weber says:

    I would give them to my MIL to make the hubby a quilt for his 18 wheeler

  806. Sheila Wakefield says:

    I love your fabrics and have purchased several items. These Christmas fabrics would be perfect for a couch quilt. My son loves Christmas and even though he is now 21 and in college, he is the one that is first to begin decorating the house and really has the most Christmas spirit. I would love to make him a quilt for his future home. :-)

  807. Cindy Jackson says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for my son to replace the worn out, well loved Christmas quilt I made for him 25 years ago when he was 3 years old.

  808. Tom Halley says:

    So many great ideas!

    We’d make Christmas stockings, using this fabric as adornment, for donations to our returning wounded warriors. We’ve been doing hospital-bed sized quilts (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4954671827472&set=pcb.4954770469938&type=1&theater), but this is more seasonally specific and a smaller donation each would deliver additional joy to a great deal more men and women.

    Tom

  809. Terri says:

    My mother and I quilt together. We are now including my new sister-in-law who recently married into the family. It would be wonderful to use the fabric to make Christmas decorations and quilted balls to deliver to those in nursing homes. Just having someone care brightens their day.

  810. Becky Warner says:

    I would use these fabrics to make advent calendars for each of my 4 granddaughters. Great prize!

  811. cheryl hammond says:

    I see a beautiful Christmas quilt for my Mom!!

  812. Jennifer Powers says:

    I would make a quilt for my friend that got me addicted to this new hobby! Maybe a cute Christmas purse too. :)

  813. sheryl scott says:

    i would use them to make a couple of quilts.. matching stockings.. tree skirts.. table runners .. pillows.. wall hangings.. i would just have a ball with them.. a complete set would be a fabulous gift..

  814. Shellie M. says:

    I would make table runners as gifts for the homes I visit during the holidays. And maybe some mug rugs for my co-workers! :)

  815. Tammy Wells says:

    These fabrics are gorgeous – they would look great in the carpenter’s wheel that I want to do for a friend. If not that I would make table runners and matching placemats for family.

  816. I’m thinking a trip around the world.

  817. Charlotte Amaro says:

    I would make a holiday quilt for my grandchildren. Good luck to all!

  818. Martha Crowell says:

    I would love to make ornaments with these. They’re just different enough that they’d really have a nice “kick” to them. After that, there’s plenty for a Christmas quilt for my niece at college.

  819. Julie Clayton says:

    I would love to make a Christmas wall hanging.

  820. Bobby Harris says:

    I have a Christmas quilt I have been collecting fabric for that I would be able to finish. Woo-hoo!

  821. Karen Cook says:

    I would make a quilt for my Dad’s bed. He is in a long term care facility and it would help him keep warm this Christmas season and beyond.

  822. Cheri Husby says:

    The fabrics are beautiful. I’m not sure what I would do with them if I won. You know how it is, as a quilter I’d have to pet them for a while and see what they tell me. :-)

  823. Matthew Wood says:

    I would make something to donate to a family in need

  824. Julie A. says:

    I would make a Christmas quilt for sure. Thanks

  825. Sue Jones says:

    I would make Christmas presents for my friends, coworkers and family.

  826. Diane Rhodes says:

    For years I have been contemplating making a holiday purse. I have a new pattern for a nice, big bag and these would work great for the bag and the accessories to go with it. And I’d probably have enough leftovers for a wall hanging or a lap quilt.

  827. Anne Sturgill says:

    I would make an advent calendar for our only grandchild , Omi, who is 15 months old and the son of our son and our daughter-in-law from India. It would be part of his American heritage.

  828. Bobbi Cummings says:

    I’d have a wonderful time deciding how to use the fabric and 3 yrs from now would still be unsure since wonce I use it, I won’t have it anymore.

  829. Kathleen Grant says:

    I would make an Xmas tree skirt!

  830. susan schroeder says:

    I would love these fabric bundle-I would use it to piece up as many quilts as we could for gifts to St. Judes-one of my favourite things to quilt for. The colours and prints are so happy-I know they would make more than one child so happy with a christmas quilt!

  831. Barbara says:

    Oooh! Here is a short list of things I’d love to make! A table runner? A wall hanging? A lap quilt? Pillows? Hmmmmm…. :)

  832. Janie Force says:

    I would make place mates for my dinning room table.

  833. Julianne Bruce says:

    Would use these to make Christmas Gifts for my Quilt Group.

  834. Shirley Pratt says:

    Wow what to do…..since I am currently making quilts for foster kids and babies, I would most likely use it for something for them….

  835. jeanne storm says:

    Would make a wall hanging and make a table runner!! Love the fabric collection!!

  836. sioux walpole says:

    as l live in the UK and couldn’t win l would hope that if my name was in the draw l would have yo