Windham Fabrics announces Natalie Barnes as a part of the Fabric Design Family!

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Merry & Mod giveaway(s)

Spring Market

it's true
we have new patterns
five
to be exact
and we'll be taking a look at each and every one of them
this weekend

meet
Merry & Mod
has created a lovely set of fabrics
Mount Snow
and
Net
is the perfect blender!
 
I have two bundles
to give away to two lucky people who comment
and tell me the following:
what's the next thing you plan on doing
on your
bucket list?

a friend wanted to name this
YOLO

what's your YOLO moment?
we'll be announcing the long weekend's winners
on Tuesday


be.do.create.
natalie.

ps - have you left a review for the book
A Modern Twist?
please do.....
on either Amazon or Barnes & Noble or Martingale?


44 comments:

Tina Short said...

My next project is a Fair Isle Christmas quilt as I know it will take me until Christmas to get it finished!

Gill said...

My next project is a baby quilt for my nephew and his wife!

Janet M said...

Ongoing project - Turn Down the Volume quilt with my Bonnie & Camille collection. This will probably take me all summer since I'll spend more time outside than in my sewing room!

Quilting Tangent said...

Quilting on a machine a queen size quilt.
24Tangent@gmail.com

Robin said...

A quilt for a friend getting married.

Kathryn said...

I won some blocks in Block Lotto and have a setting plan in mind.

Anonymous said...

I am starting a carry-along paper pieced hexie project and have some free-form cross blocks in Fassett fabrics and batiks starting to accumulate,on my design wall. Not sure where they will lead, but...
Susan in Dublin

Bennett and Graves said...

I'm working on a quilt that I plan to enter in our guild show this Sept. That will be a first for me, entering and having my quilt judged. One of my best YOLO moments was overcoming my anxiety of flying when I traveled to Bulgaria a few years ago. I looked around me while waiting at the gate a realized these other people didn't think they were going to die, why should I? Think of the places I would see!

Eleana said...

Planning a bear collage quilt. In the gathering the floral fabrics now.

Linda said...

HELLO,love the novelty print collection! Next project is a baby charity quilt! Thanks for sharing!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Diana said...

Love the new quilt, so bright. My next quilt is a "Lego" quilt for my grandson.
Would live to win some material dor my stash.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Anne said...

The next big thing on my bucket list is moving. A bit sad as I loved my current house, but also very exciting. The next thing on my quilt bucket list is hand quilting. It is supposed to be very special so I am looking forward to that.
Thank you for the chance to win!

Sowing Stitches said...

My next project... hand quilting all of the quilt tops I created over the winter. Ok, honestly, hand quilting 1 would be a step in the right direction! :)

JANET said...

Which one? I have a daytime quilt I am working on at the machine, and a night time applique project I work on while watching TV with hubby. I am currently cutting out pieces for each one today.

Cecilia said...

I signed up for a BOM Feathered Star for my king size bed. The pattern looks complicated, but this will be one I take my time making.

Cynthia Knapp said...

The bucket list thing that I have started is a queen size quilt for my son. I plan to get some good sewing time in on it this weekend. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

Jen Beatty said...

I want to finish up my Moehills and Kansas Dugout projects from Sewtopia.

Vicki H said...

I'd like to make a hexie project.

Vicki Price said...

My next project on the list is a large wall hanging with an arrangement of HRTs done mostly in Architextures.

shanley said...

Already finding kids clothes too easy.. Need to find a bigger challenge!! I want to start sewing more for myself!

Carrie P. said...

The next thing to make is the Farmer's wife quilt.

Carol said...

I have a quilt planned to make for a wonderful woman and new friend who has recently done so much for our family. I'm hoping that the quilt will let her know just how grateful we are.

quiltzyx said...

A "Fat Sack" market bag I want to make for my sister.

Katy M said...

I love these farbics! The mittens one is so cute :) My next big project is a modern redwork quilt with about 50 embroidered blocks and about the same in red liberty fabrics - it's gonna take a long time! x

scottylover said...

I don't really have a bucket list, but one thing I really want to do and hope to get to someday is visit the Houston quilt show and also the Road to California shows. Need to start saving all my pennies now! :)

Sandy A

jinsnapp said...

My next project is a chevron queen-size quilt for my oldest son. He's patiently waited while I've made quilts for my two step grandchildren and my youngest son. My husband told my son that it's good that he's last in line, as I'm learning on everyone else's!

delaineelliott said...

The next thing I plan to make on my bucket list is a quilted Christmas table cloth and matching curtains for my kitchen. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott for my email link.

Connie Cain said...

I am hoping to get quilts made for my kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids! They keep adding to the bunch, so it's a never ending task! :)
craftyccain@gmail.com

CarolZ said...

My next project is a tote for my niece, who is graduating from high school and wants to study the stars. The fabric is two prints called cosmos. The pattern is Big Kahuna. I've been looking for the right fabric and the right occasion...

Anonymous said...

On my bucket list is a week long sewing/ quilting retreat in a beautiful restful place. Right now I have so many smallish projects that I could get finished.
Patty
paweis at yahoo dot com

Jessica said...

My bucket list has Paris on it next. However, my personal sewing bucket list is quilting the king size quilt top I currently have put together. powersjlc (at) gmail (dot) com. Thanks for the chance.

Deb B. said...

My vacation bucket list contains several national parks that I have not been to yet. And st each I am collecting the quilt squares and want to put an awesome quilt together with them

Sarina said...

I'd love to tour Europe! Next up for sewing... Baby quilt for grandson, finish my daughter's turquoise quilt, and help my daughter (whose best friend is moving) to make a friendship quilt.

Ellee said...

The most important item on my bucket list is to finish designing and organizing my sewing room. It's taking a lot longer than I anticipated. The room works okay for me now, yet I know it can be so much better. I'm taking it one step at a time. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Ali said...

My next bucket list item is to make a garment with lining (um, or finish one of the ones I've started) I want to move my garment sewing up a level!

L Finney said...

My first queen sized quilt! I am making it for my SIL.

minibea12 said...

My bucket list is filled with items for my grandson including new bibs and a few fabric books!
nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

Ptcquilter said...

Next thing on my bucket list is a trans Canadian rail trip. In the quilty world it is a king size lone star quilt.

alicuz quilts said...

On my sewing bucket list is the sew together bag. On my life list it's traveling to the Middle East, possibly next spring.

GranChris said...

I have to do the challenge quilt for our quilt show as soon as I finish the one I'm doing right now.

DeborahGun said...

This is a great design! I want to make a quilt using my stash of Anna Maria Horner fabrics - I have been saving them for a long time!

Lynn Douglass said...

I'm currently working on a swap mini quilt. I've decided that this is going to be a selfish sewing summer. I think my next project will be to make something to wear. My bucket list includes a zip line ride!

Love your new patterns!

anna brown said...

Love the fabric...........I am working on a few baby quilts lol.....I think it was a long hard winter here in maine.............happyness04431@yahoo.com

natalie. beyond the reef said...

THANKS EVERYONE! LOVE HEARING WHAT YOU ARE UP TO, AND AM SORRY I WAS NOT ABLE TO KEEP UP WITH REPLYING PERSONALLY TO EACH OF YOU!!! THE RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR SELECTED ALL THREES.....THE FIRST GIVEAWAY TO 3 (JANET M) AND THE SECOND GIVEAWAY TO 33 (SARINA). I WILL POST ON FB AND ALSO TRY TO FIND AN EMAIL LINK TO EACH OF YOU! WHEN YOU EMAIL ME YOUR MAILING ADDY, PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF THE name OF TEH PATTERN POST - - AND THANK YOU AGAIN! LOVE HEARING FROM ALL OF YOU!!! NATALIE.