Thursday, March 17, 2011

Destashing Giveaway

I decided it was about time that I did another Stash Cleanup after one of my shelves was so full of fabric that I couldn't find something that I knew I had.  Turns out it wasn't even on the shelf to begin with; but that's neither here nor there.

I remembered saving Jeni's post about fabric folding; which you can find on her blog In Color Order.

Back in October of 2010, I did a stash cleanup, yet after swapping fabric, online sales (yep, I blame fabric sales) and inspiration overload.  I needed to do it again.

It started out like this last year...


This is what the organization looked like after my October cleanup.  This is only one drawer.
Edited 3/21-Don't think I've cut back this much...there are 3 other drawers I'm not showing you :-)


And thanks to Jeni's methods, this is what the same drawer looks like now.  Okay, so some of the fabric just wouldn't fold right; but it's darn close.


This of course means that I found a couple of things that I no longer need or have too much of...which for you readers means giveaway time.  YAY!!!

Here is what I'm giving away to one lucky winner.


 1 yard of the above fabrics: Alexander Henry Hearts and a Robert Kaufman print.

The above nearly FQs (14x22) of 2 Kate Spain Fandango prints

And last; but not least the above larger "scraps"; which I know nothing about Designer/Collection wise.

So what do you need to do, you ask?

1 comment letting me know a quilting-related project you are working on.
1 extra comment if you are a follower (previous or new).
1 extra comment if you blog about my giveaway, including the link.  You must include your post link in the comment section so I can verify.


*Here's the Fine Print*


-Comment rules must be followed above.

-US Residents only, please.  Sorry Int'l friends, I still love you :-)

-No anonymous entries, your name must link me to an email address, provide a Flickr Name, etc.

-The giveaway will end Friday 3/25/2011 at 10pm (Central Time) and a winner will be selected at random.

-I'll announce the winner on Friday 3/25/2011 at 10:30pm (Central Time).

-If the winner is unreachable by Sunday, March 27th at 10pm, I'll select another winner at random.

-Please note that your comments WON'T appear automatically, they need to be approved because
I've been spammed in the past.  It's only precautionary!

---Giveaway is now closed with a total of 74 comments.  A winner is being randomly selected---

75 comments:

  1. I am a follower!Tank you for such a lovely giveaway!

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  2. I am working on a Manga Quilt..The geisha's would look lovely in part of the quilt!

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  3. I'm working on my third crib/ lap size quilt for my daughter in Anime fabric and Kona solids (SNAP! - Quilting Mom) I'm using Amy Smart's chain link pattern. I'm a new quilted so I'd love to win more fabric to indulge my new obsession, thanks.

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  4. I am a follower! Great fabrics :) Thanks for the give away.

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  5. I am currently working on jelly roll races quilts. I am looking for some fabrics outside of my normal picks to add scrappiness to them. It's so hard to choose out of my comfort zone though! :)

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  6. Oh yes! I love fabric giveaways! I am a follower.

    clarkclay@bellsouth.net

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  7. I have been making some mug rugs, and I'm trying to decide on a quilt to start piecing.

    clarkclay@bellsouth.net

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  8. I don't really quilt....never have. Ha ha but I'm working on lots of appliqued onesies and some gadget and coffee cozies for an upcoming show! I LOVE those hearts!! SO cute!

    sunshinekmp at yahoo dot com

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  9. OMG I want that heart fabric :) I'm working on three different quilts right now...I know I'm a crazy person!!

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  10. I am catching up on some bee blocks and working on a mini quilt! :)

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  11. I've been working on an asterisk quilt.

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  12. I'm a new follower. thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. Love your new organization. I'm working on my blockwork orange swap and I just swapped green squares with local peeps. I need to figure what that turn into. . I'm thinking pinwheels.

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  14. Awe! Thanks for a giveaway...I'm not working on a quilt this very second, I'm finishing up a bag and wallet set for a friend. It's so cute. =) I've got quilts in the process though.

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  15. I follow your blog! Thank you again! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  16. I am currently working on a quilt for my daughter. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

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  17. I am a regular follower of your great blog!

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  18. Let's see, what am I working on?? I have a baby quilt that needs quilting along with a Shadowbox and Old Italian Block Quilt. I am also putting the binding on 2 others. I am also trying to work on a mystery quilt and the challenge from STMQG!! AHHH!! But today i am watching my baby granddaughter

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  19. I am a follower now! Blogging and following is quite new to me!!

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  20. Love new fabric from someone else's stash!!! Well I have to work on my siggy swap blocks today ... 30 to make :)

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  21. How nice it is to destash and make room for new fabrics! Thanks for sharing some of your older ones with us. I'm currently working on a patriotic table runner with pinwheels.

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  22. Hi Kristi - I'm working on the Single Girl using Fandango with Kona Cotton in Aqua. I have a long way to go to finish!

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  23. I'm working on a mug rug for the swap, brainstorming for the solids only challenge, and pulling fabric for a dia de los muertos lap quilt.

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  24. I follow your fab blog!

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  25. I'm working on a Dear Jane - I have a whopping 13 blocks finished! It's going to be a very long process. I'm also getting ready to cut fabrics for a friend's upcoming Double Wedding Ring quilt along.

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  26. new follower, and looking forward to future posts!

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  28. I just started following your blog. I am new to quilting and have just joined my first quilting online bee! I am hoping for more inspiration! I love the Kate Spain Fandango prints and hope to find more prints like it. Hope I win!

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  29. I am working on some St Patrick's day mini quilts. (a little late as I am not finished yet). Thanks for the chance to win in your giveaway.

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  30. I am a follower. Great fabrics.

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  31. Great giveaway fabrics - thanks for the chance! I'm just finishing up the binding on a humongous t-shirt quilt for my sister & BIL. Can't wait to start a baby quilt for a new niece using the Little Blessings fabric I have in my stash.

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  32. I'm working on a coin quilt w/Kaffe Fassette fabric, 2 baby quilts, 4 Bee's, Amy Butler's Sunshine Quilt, and finishing my Fussy Cut Bee quilt blocks from November.

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  33. ONE DRAWER!?!? Ay chi wa wa!! You're my hero!

    Those are some awesome prints you are giving away, esp love the AH!! I'm working on a few baby quilts right now for some friends, I love the quick/easiness of smaller quilts!

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  34. I'm currently working on a hexagon quilt. It is getting closer and closer to finished (the flimsy).

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  35. I'm new to the online quilting world but love following the blogs and have about 6 quilts in the works and many more planned...

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  36. I've not been to your blog before - I like it so I became a follower.

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  37. I have a lot of different projects going on right now - the Civil War, Birdie Stitches, Thread Head and Raggendy Ann quiltalongs as well as scrap and string blocks.

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  38. Today I am working on some UFO's that will be sent to Japan for the relief program. I posted about it on my blog today :-) Thanks for sharing.

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  39. I;m working on my Dresden plate wedding quilt :) thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. Presently I am working on a lap quilt for my cousin who is turning 50 at the end of June - I am way ahead of schedule but that is a good thing because I have two more birthday gifts to make!!

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  41. I am a follower. Thanks for the chance!!

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  42. The current project I am working on is a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  43. I just pinned a Kansas Dugout child's quilt - now I need to machine quilt it. I used brights and it looks like Lifesaver candies to me. Still working on a D4P baby quilt.

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  44. I blogged about your giveaway at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com/2011/03/st-louis-folk-victorian-destashing.html

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  45. I'm working on a couple projects. There is a paperpiecing BOM from Ula Lenz,a Lorn Star, that want to be finished, a little spring related wallhanger and @ last the Christmas Quilt for my hubby want to be quilted too. You see, I'm quite a little busy lol
    Thanks for that cute giveaway
    Hugs Gunda

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  46. Follower # 67 * I think lol*

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  47. I'm making a basket quilt and mug rugs. I would love to win your extras. Thanks.

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  48. My current project: My DD#1 asked for a quilt (yippee! finally a family member asks for one), but what she wanted was a lap-sized calendar quilt. It's designed to be a small wall hanging, so I had to enlarge the blocks about 300 times the original size. I've since finished all the paper-pieced blocks and am now assembling the qiult top. I hope to have the quilt top flimsy finished by Friday. Keep your fingers crossed. And toes. And eyes. dmj539(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  49. I can't get your Follower button to work, but will keep trying. You may find I'm not a follower when you have your giveaway, but in the meantime, I'm going to keep trying to sign up as a follower. dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  50. Today I'm working on a block from the Layer Cake Quilalong from Moose on the Porch.

    Billie in TX

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  51. I included your giveaway in my blog today:
    http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/03/barn-doors-and-virtual-bom.html

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  52. I'm a part of the Block-a-Palooza Quilt Along, and I'm working on the last of 16 blocks. We'll put it all together later this week, and I'm eager to see how it all looks.
    debgiro at wildblue dot net

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  53. I am working on a snowball block quilt, Jelly Roll Race, and Happy Quilting quilt along - all need to go on the machine for quilting.

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  54. I'm working on two friendship star quilts for twins today.Thanks for a chance to win!

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  55. I'm a follower!Thanks for a chance to win

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  56. Lovely fabrics!
    I'm working on a quilt of solid colors, using a very easy cutting method from Gwen Marston's Liberated String Quilts. I've got other quilts going too...
    I don't enter too many giveaways, and I don't have a blog, so I haven't won in many months--but I always like the giveaways like yours, when a quilter is "destashing". Your folded fabrics look very appealing in the drawers. Thanks very much.

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  57. I'm a follower. I will enjoy looking through your blog. Thanks.

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  58. I'm working on too many things at once. The largest project is the Bloggers Block A Palooza Quilt Along. My blocks are ready for the assembly as soon as the directions are out on Thursday. I'm very slowly stitching hexies for a 10 year goal of a grandmother's flower garden (if win, some fabric will go to this effort). And, I just finished One Star blocks (my mother donated the fabric - need to find a brown pigma to sign before mail) for the Semper Fi Moda effort. Waiting for fabric is my Japanese Fan Quilt, so the geisha fabric would be wonderful to keep me going. So, have lots of places I can use your fabric if win as don't really have much of a stash. I work on projects as find the fabric.

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  59. I'm your newest follower! I've been working on the Civil War Chronicles BOM and also on learning how to use my serger. I have posted your link to my website and I'm offering a giveaway of four fat quarters and a Feb./Mar. 2011 quilting magazine
    on my blog at http://rocknquilts.blogspot.com/2011/03/100th-post-give-away.html

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  60. PS I would love the Japanese prints to make something new for my DD's bedroom. She has many Korean and Japanese dolls from her Daddy's year of service in the USAF stationed at Kunsan AFB, Korea. Thank you!

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  61. I've been working on a Hexie flower quilt as well as handquilting my large king sized quilt for our bed.

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  62. I am a follower.
    Thanks for doing the giveaway!

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  63. I have blogged about your giveaway! http://birdolovemoo.blogspot.com/2011/03/wednesday-giveaways_23.html

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  64. I recently left my cell phone at the grocery store in a cart.(wince) Fortunately it was turned in, (cheers) but I learned my lesson. I'm currently working on a cell phone case that snaps to the inside of my purse. If it doesn't work, I'm going to just use duck tape and my forehead!
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  65. I am a follower. Thank you for putting together a fun giveaway and sharing :)

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  66. I have a lot of "irons in the fire"! :-) I'm currently working on an applique BOM, a pieced/applique mixed BOM, a "Let Sleeping Cats Lie" quilt, and trying to finish up an embroidered baby quilt. I love starting new projects--- and would love to have your fabric to inspire some wonderful new quilt! :-)

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