Celebrating 35,000 Facebook Fans!

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


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. I would love to present my husband with his own Christmas Quilt this year. I am a new quilter and my goal is to make a quilt for my husband before the year is over. Thank you for the possibility Moda.

  2. I make buntings and this fabric would make wonderful buntings for the holidays!

    Today was my first visit to your wonderful store! It was fabric nirvana! I can’t wait to come back and peruse your awesome selections! Next time I’ll leave my husband home though, so I can spend hours picking out the perfect combinations for my buntings!

    Thank you!

  3. The possibilities are endless! I love making themed throws using the log cabin pattern. These fabrics would do a wonderful job. I’m also getting into wall hangings so that I can complete something in an acceptable timeframe.

  4. I’m brand new to quilting, making my first quilt for my 8 month old grandson. I’m sure he could use a Christmas quilt, too 🙂

  5. I would make a table runner to celebrate our one year anniversary owning a log home near Keepsake Quilting (!) and make some small Christmas gifts for my co-workers.

  6. I always love Keepsake fabrics. This is a beautiful Christmas collection, and gives me lots of ideas for a Christmas advent calendar or a beautiful Holiday skirt for my old fashioned Christmas tree, or even for me!

  7. I have been scouring the internet for patterns for mug rugs for the members of our family for Christmas. Wow, look at all the mug rugs I could make and give away to family, and friends. I am, also, a volunteer for hospice. I think a beautiful Christmas throw would be a wonderful gift for a patient. I wonder how many things I could make with this wonderful package of Christmas fabric? I would love to try!!! 🙂

  8. I would make a quilt for the church to raffle. then we could use the raffle money to feed the homeless for Thanksgiving and Christmas both!

  9. I would make a Christmas quilt with a matching pillowcase and surprise a dear friend with it! I would put her name here but she might see it and spoil the surprise…and hold me to it!!! Thanks for the give-away contest!!!

  10. thanks for providing a contest and chance to win fabric!!
    Honestly, I’d initially add fabric to my stash, and hope to make doll clothes, Christmas decorations, Christmas themed quilt.

  11. My two grandchildren, ages 2 and 4, love to cuddle up on the sofa and watch their Disney DVDs. I would love to make them each a laptop quilt so they can use during the cold New England evenings. This would make a great gift for each of them!

    And – congratulations on reaching over 35,000 “Likes”! How awesome is that??

  12. Wow! 35,000!! Congratulations! I have never made a Christmas quilt and would to make one with this beautiful set of fabrics!

  13. I would make holiday table runners and a lap quilt out of these beautiful fabrics! It’s so hard to know until you see the fabrics and let them set the design. Congrats on the accomplishment!

  14. i would love to win this! I make and give away all my quilts to my family! I can not afford much new fabric, so i do a lot of recycleing

  15. My sister is the great quilter, so should I be the winner. We would get together & decide together. We get together almost every month since we live in different state, but have just been reunited the last six years.

  16. I need to kick-start my holiday projects and this bundle would go towards table-ware gifts for my friends and family.

  17. I am always on the lookout for Christmas fabrics. What a great Christmas quilt I could make with these fabrics! Thanks for the offering!

  18. I would love this fabric to make lap quilts for people with cancer. I would use the scraps to make tree skirts or table runners. This fabric is simply beautiful!.

  19. I would make a Christmas quilt for my oldest son who has had a rough year, and needs some special cheer in his life this Christmas! Love, love, love the fabrics in this collection.

  20. I would use these fabrics to make a christmas quilt for my for nephew is who is going to be deployed the first part of December so that he could be wrapped in my love and prayers for his safe return back to his wife and daughter.

  21. Wow! I would make a Christmas quilt for myself first and then – “Presents for Everyone!”. I saw a pattern for Christmas trees made with yo-yos that I could make with some of the green fabric. The possibilities are endless!

  22. I would make a quilt for the gestbed so my doughter who live so far from me can have somthing nice on her bed when she is vissiting me at christmas.

  23. I would make gifts for friends and families. In particular, I’d something special for a friend who had an especially difficult year – learning she has MS and her Mom passing away. Christmas is her favorite holiday and I know it will be so difficult for her being the first without her Mom.

  24. I love the cheerful colours – and would use them to make a Christmas tree skirt for myself and the rest I would use for quilts to donate to the local aged care facility

  25. Part of the fun for me in quilting or sewing is planning and re-planning and re-planning of how I will use my stash. I dream of projects change my mind and dream of new projects but in the end I love to make things for my family and friends.

  26. I love the beautiful shades of Christmas red in the fabrics. I play around with them abnd make a runner or a tablecloth for my 144″ dining room table. All of mine are too short and don’t really run the length of the table.

  27. I would make a log cabin quilt in the star layout design using Eleanor Burns techniques from her Log Cabin Quilt in a a Day series. I made one when the book was first published so many years ago, in the 1980’s, in a class with my sister Kim who passed away in 2004. I would like to make it in her memory. We had so much fun that day. My original one is now in tatters which I just looked at the other day, thinking I should get rid of it but I just can’t without a replacement, thinking of that day we made them and oh those wonderful memories.

  28. This is my first ‘Christmas Quilting Year’ therefore I would love to win this fabric to help me make gifts for my family and friends to show that a disability does not stop the beauty of quilting!

  29. I would love to have these for a project with my granddaughter. She turned 11 years old in March and has discovered the true joy of sewing. She has already learned to use my machine, and has completed her first baby quilt. I think she may be a “fabric-holic” in the making! She loves to touch and smell each new fabric!

  30. Congrats on reaching 35k! If I won the fabric, I would turn it into something beautiful and pay it forward 🙂

  31. I love Christmas fabric too! I would sew matching Christmas stockings for my grandchildren and a Christmas tree skirt. I hope I win….I never win anything!

  32. oh ; congrats ; and oh ; how awesome is this bundle ???? I NEED to make a Christmas quilt for the couch and new stockings for my 3 grandkids , and I’ll make some stockings to donate for the kids that are in hospitals during the Christmas season ! 😀

  33. These are beautiful fabrics. I would love to use them in tablerunners for Christmas gifts.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  34. Ah … awesome fabric… who wouldn’t want to quilt that fabric.. It looks beautiful… I could make a tree skirt and a matching runner … beautiful…

  35. I love making fabric Yo-yos for projects so I would use this wonderful fabrics making them and maybe hexagons too!

  36. Love that fabric. I need a new Christmas tree skirt, and when I make mine I’ll have my sisters wanting one also.

  37. I would take the fat quarters and panel to my quilting group so we could turn them into the fabulous things we sell at our October fair for the Upton Women’s Club which in turn supports many charitable groups and projects in the town. We are an all-volunteer sewing group and have made placemats, pot holders, tote bags, crayon bags, wine coasters, baby bibs, table runners, adult bibs, as well as a beautiful king-sized raffle quilt for this year’s fair. Thank you for this opportunity.

  38. I would make an advent calendar for my granddaughter and then some great looking throw pillows! And from the looks of the fabric, I would have to buy more to make a quilt! LOL!!

  39. I would make a special quilt for my grandson who recently married and it would be made with all the love in the world for the sweetest couple

  40. Congratulations on the success of your quilting store and website! It is amazing. I would use the fabrics to make a Christmas gift for my daughters in law. They are so good to me.

  41. I would use this beautiful fabric to make a Christmas gift for my oldest grandson and his family. Garrett is a missionary with YWAM (Youth With A Mission) and was injured 3 years ago in a snowboarding accident. I would like to bless Garrett and his wife and 3 children with a beautiful Christmas gift. This fabric bundle would provide the fabric to make a gift that would bless their lives.

  42. I would make a quilt for the Caring Quilter’s Project (comfort quilts for many local agencies), and still have enough for a set of placemats to give my daughters.

  43. I would make a lovely Christmas quilt for myself. I usually give every quilt I make away but would love a Christmas quilt for me!

  44. What beautiful fabric, what is happier than Christmas fabric! Congratulations and thanks for the contest. I would make a Christmas quilt for my daughter & her husband for their first Christmas, and I might have enough left for a spectacular table runner, maybe a pillow or 2!

  45. I”m sure I could think of many things to create with this beautiful bundle. That is after I stopped admiring it all wrapped up so nicely! Thanks for the chance to win.

  46. First I would take the bundle apart and look and touch each fabric. The lay them out choose my favorite table runner and get to work. Oh what fun that would be.

  47. i have 12 grandchildren that i always make ornaments for. your beautiful fabric would be a great help. congratulations on 35,000! hope you keep growing! thank you for sharing.

  48. I would use these fabrics to make a quilted holiday valence to hang over the sliding doors in our family room.

  49. Wow, I have a couple of thoughts. My sister inlaw is teaching me to quilt. I would so love to make a Christmas quilt for her to say thank you and maybe one day I will be as good at her quilting. Or my sister for having faith in me that I can do it and helping support me as I go, Christmas is also her favorite time too.

  50. Christmas is a wonderful time of year depicting or Lords birth. What great gifts these would make for members of the Armed Forces who continue to protect for freedom, here and aboard.

  51. Darling Christmas Fabrics* I would make our grown children’s families, new tree skirts, quilted, something they would treasure for years to come*

  52. I love Christmas! It would be wonderful to win these beauties. I think I would need to
    pet them a while and decide what to do with them. Probably make throws for gifts.
    Could be Christmas gift quilts for deployed service members.

  53. If I were to win this fabric collection, I would use it to make quilted Christmas ornaments for my family and friends. Makes it much easier when it is an actual collection. 🙂

  54. I am part of a group of ladies that do charity projects and this year we are making small fabric bags and putting coloring books and crayons in them and other small items to give to children who have to flee their homes with their mothers. These moms and even perhaps the children have suffered through some kind of abuse . These beautiful fabrics would really help light up some eyes and bring smiles but most importantly, take their minds off how afraid they are of life, one moment at a time. Sometimes it only takes one act of kindness to give them hope in knowing that life isn’t all bad. Please help us continue this very worthy project. Thanks so much for your generosity of offering such a wonderful gift to someone and congratulations for a 35000 milestone.

  55. Christmas quilts! shopping bags! gift bags! table toppers! Christmas stockings! Aprons! every.little.last.piece!

  56. I would use them to make 2 quilts, one for my Husband and one for my Daughter. My health is questionable at best, and these quilts would be my gift to them for hugs when they need one.

  57. I would love to make a table cloth, tree skirt, and a table runner. I now have the time since becoming disabled and not sure how to handle not working. Perfect time for new projects.

  58. I would love to win this! But congrats to whoever does win! Congrats to you all for so many fb fans! Keep up the good work!

  59. We make blankets for the VA vets, this would be such a help for our stash pile is getting low. . . It would be a major help

  60. Honestly, it would probably sit and “cure’ for a year, then would become a scrappy Christmas quilt for a lovely new family that I’ve come to know.

  61. I would use the Christmas fabrics to make a quilt. I work with Project Hope as a volunteer. I would have a fund raiser to help buy shoes and pajamas for the children. There is a big need for children’s clothing and that is what I would do , I am a quilter and that’s how I’d love t0 help.

  62. I would love to make a christmas quilt for myself. These fabrics would make most beautiful quilt ever. Thank you for the giveaway.

  63. I have always wanted to make a Christmas quilt for me! Always working on gifts, but if I got this gift, I use it to make a gift for me!

  64. These are happy fabrics — I would make ruffled aprons that incorporated lots of them. I would be smiling while I was sewing, and thehe lucky recipients would be all smiles, too.

  65. I would make a Christmas quilt for my granddaughter. I love moda fabrics and these are just beautiful. Congratultions on your 35,000 fan milestone and thank you for this opportunity to enter and make Christmas projects.

  66. I would love to win this fabric bundle. First I would sort it, and play with it, and just enjoy the feel and sight of it. This is most definitely ‘eye candy’!!! Then I would make a much needed tree skirt, as my old one has seen better years. I would also make table runners as gifts and a couple of tote bags as gifts.

  67. Congratulations on your facebook milestone. No surprise! One project would be the folded Christmas Tree Napkin pattern that I got on my last visit to the shop. After I had fun making those I would use the remainder to make a lap quilt to be raffled off to benefit the Chaplains Relief fund.

  68. I would make a quilt for my new great-niece, Makenzie–and one for my son who is at college! I miss him so much!

  69. I would make a quilt for my sister in elderly housing. She has been asking for one for years. She has several disabilities.

  70. If I won this stash of loveRly fabrics, I would make a quilt for me, and give one away as a ‘comfort’ quilt, to a needy family/individual. (Our Fabric of Life quilting group has made and given away 400+ quilts…it began back when Katrina shook the Gulf Coast–and continues to create quilts for those struck by natural disasters.)

  71. These are beautiful!
    I would use these to finish Christmas stocking for my grandchildren. I am almost done with the aida cloth counted cross stitch tops with their names and designs. Next I need Christmas fabric, many different kinds, to cut up and piece together to make the stocking part. In the 1990s I made three stocking for my then young daughters, now I want my grandchildren to have stockings too 🙂

  72. I think I would use these fabrics to make a lap cover for my dad. He’s 91 and counting! And being a WWII vet (who is very adamant that every vet have a military salute at their funerals) would back it with a patriotic theme for the rest of the year (reversible). At his passing we will donate it to another vet. I think that would be a good use of fabric! There are many good ideas and a lot of charity ideas here, too. You are going to have a very hard time picking just one! lol
    Good luck!

  73. I would make quilts to bring Christmas joy to some of the many families in High River Alberta who lost so everything during the summer floods which devastated much of their town.

  74. My adorable twin nephew and niece would love the Christmas quilts I would make for them from this beautiful fabric.

  75. My elderly friend teaches quilting at her assisted living facility. I would give it
    to her to help her “students.”

  76. WOW! what would I do with all the beautiful fabric…..first that would be to add some of my stash and make as many lap quilts and then go up to the nursing home and give them to the ladies and gentleman so they can have some warmth, I would go up to the nursing home every day to count down the days!

  77. These are so pretty! For several years now I’ve been thinking about making a wall-hanging to go over the mantelpiece–and with this pack, I’m sure I could do it! 🙂

  78. I would make a Chrismas quilt for my Mom as she is recovery from Open Heart surgrey and I know this would cheer he up.


  80. I would use it to make holiday gifts for my family. I would hope they become heirlooms and pass down through generations.

  81. I am 68 years old and am just starting to quilt. I want to have as many fat quarters as my sisters. This would sure help.

  82. I would make a Christmas quilt for someone with cancer. I run a quilting group that makes over 200 quilts per yea for cancer patients. They bring them to chemo and radiation treatments, where they get very cold. Then they can bing them home to snuggle on the couch with while they recuperate.

  83. I love to make holiday gifts, so I would make runners—for my Mom, my two daughters, and a couple of friends—and if there is any fabric left, maybe one for myself!!

  84. Those are really pretty! Since I have yet to make myself a Christmas quilt, that is what I’d do if lucky enough to win.

  85. would love to make a Christmas quilt for my best friend/neighbor who helps me get through my husband’s never-ending hospital stays.

  86. I love Christmas and I love making handmade Christmas quilts with matching embellished patchwork pillows!! I would love to win this fabric! My mind is turning ideas already!

  87. I would make a long table runner, napkins, placemats, and basket liners, and a quilted apron for the holidays. Any left over fabric, I would make cloth napkins for gifts with a ribbon around them.

  88. I would give the bundle of fabrics to my sister who quilts….then, she can make something for my new grandson! 🙂

  89. I have a pattern called “Tree Lot” that I am collecting Christmas fabrics for……this bundle would be perfect!!

  90. I would love to have this bundle to make a special quilt for my god daughter who just got married in June. This would hopefully be something she would put out for display every year and pass it on to her children as a tradition for Chritmas.

  91. I would use the fabric to make gifts for all of the great people that are cruising with us on the Disney Fantasy this December.

  92. I would love to make a Christmas quilt for my mom. I would like to make a table runner for the family dinner table. I think these fabrics are beautiful. These fabric would be fun to work with.

  93. I would love to make a Christmas quilt for my mom. I would like to make a Christmas table runner for the family dinner table. I think the fabrics are beautiful. These fabric would be great fun to work with.

  94. I would make table runners for the Christmas dinner served at Fifth Street Ministries which is our homeless shelter.

  95. Beautiful Christmas fabrics!

    I think I would have to play with them first before deciding on the “just right” quilt pattern.

  96. What a wonderful gift for the upcoming season.! Right away I thought of Christmas ornaments, of some kind, to include with our county food Panty baskets for Christmas or if I could get them done early enough to give out with the Thanksgiving basket and that way they’d have at least one ornament for the holiday. Thank you for the chance to win this prize and he’s a toast (I’m raising my cutter) to adding another 35,000 soon!

  97. I would love to make a quilt from this beautiful fabric for a wounded warrior. We do this twice a year and will be sending our next ones to arrive in Germany in time for Christmas !!

  98. I would make chevron table runners and give them to all of my family and girlfriends. Let’s share the love girlfriends!!!!

  99. The first thing I thought of when I saw this beautiful fabric was Log Cabin. I have a granddaughter planning a wedding and think with the red block for the home would be wonderful to give her.

  100. Oh my goodness…I have so many people on my Christmas list. Maybe I’ll make a few ornaments, table runners, etc. etc.

  101. lovely fabrics. I don’t know what I would make but most of the Christmas items I make are for the church fair. Perhaps some place mats.

  102. I would make a Christmas quilt for my living room. I have nothing quilty for Christmas so this prize would help

  103. Wow! They’re gorgeous. I’d probably start by fondling them for awhile, then maybe rinse them in a sink of soapy water, then I’d probably lovingly iron them, very carefully, then I’d have to make a quilt out of them for one of my sisters! Fun, fun!!! 🙂

  104. New Christmas placemats for my table, and perhaps a Christmas tree skirt. Congratulations on your FB milestone!

  105. Love the fabrics and would love to use it for many things. Great for mug rugs for small gifts. Just one of many ideas.

  106. I would make a quilt for my Dad who is getting “up there” in age. Just a part of me that will always be with him because he lives so far away and I don’t get to see him very often.

  107. I would love to use these colors for a festive throw for my sofa for the Holidays… I’ve been making items for lots of family and friends, and I can imagine something this bright and beautiful to dress up my own home now! And I bet I’d have enough left over to give one as a gift at our family gathering at Christmas!

  108. So many things to use it for! My big thing of late has been quillows for Christmas gifts and these FQs would make up beautifully!

  109. I could come up with a dozen things I would love to make out of these gorgeous fabrics. The most likely thing that I would do is put them with all of my other “stash” fabrics and at some point in the future I would make something Christmassy to give to someone …. or maybe even keep for myself. Whoever they go to I am sure something beautiful will be made. 🙂

  110. I love Christmas and these fabrics are perfect for a Christmas Quilt. I have made quilts for everyone but myself. If I win this would make a great quilt for myself. Keeping my fingers crossed.

  111. It will be an appliqué quilt for sure. A white background and flowers…. flowers… and flowers…. To bright up this sad world.

  112. Would love to make gifts for my children, grandchildren and some olders members of my church that could use some holiday cheer.

  113. as l live in the UK and couldn’t win l would hope that if my name was in the draw l would have you send it to a dear friend who lives in Texas who makes quilts for various good causes, she also has a large family so maybe she could make something for them – fingers crossed Nancy

  114. 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….

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

  116. 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!

  117. 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.

  118. 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.

  119. 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.

  120. 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. 🙂

  121. 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.

  122. 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.

  123. 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.

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

  125. 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..

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

  127. 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.

  128. 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.

  129. 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. 🙂

  130. 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.

  131. 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.

  132. 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!

  133. 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!!!

  134. 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.

  135. 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.

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

  137. 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.

  138. 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!

  139. 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 🙂

  140. 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.

  141. 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.

  142. 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.

  143. 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.

  144. HOLA,

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

  146. 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.

  147. 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.

  148. 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

  149. 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!

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


  151. 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,


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

  153. 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!

  154. 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!

  155. 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.

  156. 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”.

  157. 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!!!

  158. 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.

  159. 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!!!

  160. 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.

  161. 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!!!!

  162. 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!

  163. 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.

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

  165. 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.

  166. 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.

  167. 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.

  168. 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.

  169. 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.

  170. 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.

  171. 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.

  172. 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?

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

  174. 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.

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

  176. 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!

  177. 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….

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

  179. 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.

  180. 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!!!

  181. 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!

  182. 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.

  183. 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.

  184. 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 .

  185. 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!

  186. 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.

  187. 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.

  188. 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.

  189. 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.

  190. 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.

  191. 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!!!

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

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

  194. 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!

  195. 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…

  196. 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!

  197. 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..

  198. 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.

  199. 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!

  200. 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.

  201. 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

  202. 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.

  203. 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. 🙂

  204. 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.

  205. 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!

  206. 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….

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

  208. 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!

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

  210. 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.

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

  212. 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!

  213. 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.

  214. 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.

  215. 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.

  216. 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)!

  217. 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.

  218. 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!

  219. 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.

  220. 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 …

  221. 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.

  222. 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.

  223. 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!

  224. 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!

  225. 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.

  226. 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.

  227. 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.

  228. 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.

  229. 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.

  230. 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.

  231. 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.

  232. 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!!

  233. 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!

  234. 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……

  235. 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!!

  236. 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

  237. 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

  238. 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.

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

  240. 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.

  241. 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!

  242. 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.

  243. 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!

  244. 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.

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

  246. 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.

  247. 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.

  248. 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.

  249. 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.

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

  251. 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!


  252. 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.

  253. 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

  254. 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.

  255. 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.

  256. 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.

  257. 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!

  258. 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?

  259. 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.

  260. 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

  261. 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!!

  262. 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!!!!!

  263. 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!

  264. 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! 😀

  265. 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.

  266. 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.

  267. 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

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

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

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

  271. 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.

  272. 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.

  273. 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!

  274. 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.

  275. 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.

  276. 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.

  277. 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.

  278. 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!

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

  280. 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 😉

  281. 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…..

  282. 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.

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

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

  285. 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!

  286. 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!!!

  287. 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!!

  288. 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!

  289. 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!

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

    (pick me! pick me! pick me! pick me!!!!!) 🙂

  291. 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!

  292. 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!

  293. 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.

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

  295. 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!

  296. 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.

  297. 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.

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

  299. 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

  300. 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.

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

  302. 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.

  303. 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. 🙂

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

  305. 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!!

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

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

  308. 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.

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

  310. 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!

  311. 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!

  312. 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!

  313. 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.

  314. 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!

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

  316. 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!

  317. 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.

  318. 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.

  319. 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??

  320. 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.

  321. 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.

  322. 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.

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

  324. 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


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

  326. 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.

  327. 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.

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

  329. 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.

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

  331. 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.

  332. 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 🙁

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

  334. 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.

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

  336. 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!

  337. 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.

  338. 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…

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

  340. 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.

  341. 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!

  342. 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.

  343. 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.

  344. 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.!

  345. 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!

  346. 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!

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

  348. 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!!!

  349. 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.

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

  351. 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.

  352. 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.

  353. 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

  354. 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.

  355. 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.

  356. 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!

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

  358. 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.

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

  360. 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.

  361. 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.

  362. 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!

  363. 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!

  364. 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!!

  365. 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.

  366. 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?

  367. 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.