Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Moda Spell it With Fabric blog hop sponsored by the letter V

Hello hello! Welcome to my turn to the spell it with fabric blog hop! I'm Very excited to have you! I'm your host Vanessa Christenson of V and Co.
This post is brought to you by the letter V ;) naturally.

download the letter V here
Of course V is an awesome letter for me to have for all obVious reasons.
I made my "Supa-Star V quilt" to show off my "V" block at last fall market. It's based off of my Lucky Star quilt pattern somehow making it personalized with a big letter V has got it perks, as no one dares to use my quilt so it's always readily available for me when I need it...and this winter, oh man haVe I needed it. Safe to say I use it eVery day.

So aside from having the perfect letter block assigned to me for obVious reasons...I get to answer a few fun questions using the letter V as well...totally sounds fun right?
Oh yeah? Sounds fun till you actually have to do it. I mean HELLO, how many times do you use a descriptiVe word starting with a letter V? NOT OFTEN. But we'll give it a go.

Here are my questions:
What's your letter: V(easy enough)
What is something you don't like: Vomiting (seriously who does? If you do, I don't think we can be friends anymore)
What's something you like: uuuuuhhhhh....NOT Vomiting? No wait...VACATIONS! I like Vacations, but not just any vacations I like warm Vacations. So I guess I like summer Vacation. (Ha this might be easier than I thought!)




 I like quilting because: When I'm quilting I'm in a happy Vortex (oh now I'm just totally showing off)


An object or tool you like to use: hmmmm my Color Me Happy Variegated thread  (actually all my thread but hey had to highlight the V!) that goes awesome with my:
gradient ombre fabric

Last but not least
favorite motto (with the word Virtue in it):
And I truly am grateful for so many things. My family being of course my biggest blessing I'm grateful for, but also just every day that I get to wake up, healthy, happy, and alive. Honestly, everyday I give thanks for what I call my life.


Ahem speaking of blessings one of them also known as my third noisemaker is having a birthday today.
He is obsessed with turtles so of course a little turtle cake was in order. We're celebrating all things him today and I'll get to his own blog post in a couple of days.  :) after the blog hop festivities die down.


Well then, that was WAY easier than I thought it would be to use V in all my answers!  I feel like a Vwinner I mean Winner...

So do you want to feel like a Vwinner too?

Of course part of this is to celebrate my upcoming new line Color Me happy...so I'm offering a great sale
from now till Saturday the whole V and Co store is 25% off when you enter MODASPELL when you check out.
 that includes my Color Me Happy Large Spool threads and the Color Me Happy small box of threads 
(ALL Thread is now BACK ORDERED (that sold out quick!) but I'll grant the sale price if you don't mind a little bit of a wait)...if you order something else it will ship with your thread when it comes in.
to the point quilt pattern
that includes all patterns, new AND old...
that's kind of a big deal! :) And it's all to say thank you for your support. Honestly, thank you. :)


And now for the giveaway part:
Here's what I am giving away to one lucky Vwinner:

1 layer cake and a jellyroll of color me happy, one lucky star pattern to use your jelly roll on, and a new slice cut (which next week I'll be doing a free "how to" on making the banner with the slice cut)

All you have to do to enter is leave me a comment telling me what you would do with your prize if you win. (and yes petting it or staring at it is a very good answer too) please include an email address in your comment if your profile does not have an email attached to it.
Friday is the last day to enter then we will announce the winner.
talk to you soon. :)
ps also make sure you visit today's other letters!:
Malka Dubrwaski with the letter W
And Blackbird Design 

825 comments:

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Susan said...

Love your choice of "V" words! Gee, such wonderful fabrics and patterns - love them all. If I won, I would want to make your Kaleidscope or Flower Box quilt - I could see those fabrics in those quilts - so pretty! Thank you for the chance to win some gorgeous things!

Hanke said...

What a nice price, love the colors! I would make a quilt for in the livingroom. Thanks for the chance!

Robin T said...

When I win the prize I would make one of the jelly roll patterns I have bookmarked to make. I have the pattern, now I need a jelly roll. Thank you !

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Therese said...

I love your V quilt. Would love to make an E quilt for my grandson, Elijah!

Jennie @ Porch Swing Quilts said...

I'm teaching my oldest girl how to sew, so we'd get started right away on the Lucky Stars quilt. Looks like fun! Great job on your V words too. A warm vacation sounds lovely right about now.

Gloria said...

I am glad you said that petting fabric is allowed!

I would first check each fabric out and arrange in groups. Then re-arrange perhaps and next see what I have in my stash that would work well with it.
I'd then check out a few patterns and decide if I have enough fabric. at that point, I'd put the pattern and fabrics in a project bag.

Making the quilt? Well, that might take a while.....

Anonymous said...

I love your fabric, I would first display it on a shelf in my quilting room, and wait for the right inspiration. I don't think it would take long though, I love your lucky star pattern.

Thanks for the chance to win.
Joanne J

Missenota aka Kristin S. said...

First I'd display it in the trophy case...then, I'd make all the quilts I could.

chris said...

I would make a quilt for my little one! What beautiful fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!

Libmousa said...

I have a wall in my entry way that is screaming for some seasonal quilts. I NEED these bright springy colors!

Kay said...

Thank you for a gorgeous giveaway. I would love to make a lap quilt and some cushions.

SIMPLESEW said...

I have a new granddaughter in June, what a great fabric to make her nursery items and a quilt with..

Travelschus said...

I always need to live with fabric before I know what I want to do with it. So... I would love to "v"olenteer to welcome this beautiful fabric into my home to live for a while!

Lou Ann said...

when I receive new fabric I order the first thing I do is show it around the office. Weird I know but I always get ooohs and aaaws from all the ladies. The guys roll their eyes! I love your patterns and fabrics and I'm from Iowa so I hope that helps my chances!! LOL

Melanie said...

I would love to make a Lucky Stars quilt. But at first I will just look at the fabric on my shelves. Seriously stacked jelly rolls make wonderful decorations :)

PS
Happy Birthday to your 3rd!

Katie B said...

I think I'd make a fun quilt for my cousin's new baby!

farmgirlathart said...

Such pretty colors to beat the snowy winter blues! Definitely would make the lucky star pattern

Jessica Christensen said...

I've been wanting to make a bookshelf pattern quilt, so the jelly roll would be perfect for that, and then the layer cake would make some wider books. Honestly, though, it would have to go in the queue behind a number of other quilts. So for a little while, it would sit on my newly refinished fabric cabinet (that I found at Goodwill and made into something pretty). I love your fabrics. They are so cheerful!

April Shae said...

Well after I petted it ;) I would make a ton of mini quilts to hang on my wall to admire!!!!

Unknown said...

Got to make a quilt!

Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting said...

First I would drool over it's loveliness and then I would make a lovely quilt (that I'd probably want to keep all for myself!).

Tdsvintagelife said...

I would love to win your jelly roll so I could make your star patchwork quilt which I think is so great.

Laurel said...

I would love to look at this fabric, touch it, visualize possibilities, and when inspiration hits cut it up and sew away. Very nice fabric line. It makes me very happy!

mary said...

I have 4 friends that our having babies. Oh dear that's what my little 2 yr. old granddaughter say. So I would use them to make there quilts.

Unknown said...

First I would put this in my love the fabrics pile. Then I would find a pattern and make something, not sure what yet.

SarahZ said...

I would definitely make a quilt with these lovelies! And I think it would be extra fun to use your pattern with your fabric...except I would personalize with an S :)

Sheryl said...

I would hide it away with my bits of Simply Color and Simply Style to eventually make a super quilt with all your lines.

Rina Mason said...

The first thing I would do is smile and then stare at it followed by petting it while deciding what to make. After a few days I would unroll it and get started cutting and piecing because once it's pieced and quilted I see the entire line at once.

M.W. said...

I would stare at it for a while then come up with a cool quilt design
Thanks for the chance to win.
Shawn

Jayne said...

If I won, I would jump and down first, then I would call all my quilty friends, then I would start planning my own Lucky Star quilt. Love that pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

Unknown said...

most of the time I let the fabric tell me what to do. So I would put it on my shelf and listen for a while.

RCWfamily said...

Petting it would be in order! I also have a dear friend that will need a baby quilt soon.

Amy said...

I can see a present (or two) for my nephews with the great blues and greens!

Unknown said...

I would probably just spend a lot of time petting the fabric for a while, and then I would make a pretty quilt for one of my future grandchildren.

Kristy said...

Beautiful pattern and fabric. I have been wanting to make a star quilt and since you so nicely are supplying a pattern in the giveaway it would seem like a double win to make that. The turtle cake is truly awesome! Have fun! K-

Anonymous said...

I would stare at it and dream up a quilt for my best friend who is coming to visit me soon!! It will be waiting in my guest room for her. And I will decorate the room to coordinate with the bright colors of the room ❤️ Thank you for a Chance to win! epopovici.17@gmail.com

Abbie @ Rosewill Arts said...

After petting and ogling it all, I would love to make a beach quilt for this summer. These colors are gorgeous!!! Thanks!


abbie.k.mullins at gmail dot com

Unknown said...

Ooh, use it to make a quilt and pillow for my little ones new big girl room ! Lizzyp_159@ yahoo.com

Unknown said...

I am loving the lucky star patterns. Your color my happy line has great colors. If I win, I will look at it and look at it and look at it and then make a throw quilt for my couch, it looks like old man winter doesn't want to leave! :)

Amber said...

If I won I'd do a Very happy dance, then hoard the fabric for while, but I'd have to stitch it up because it is just too pretty not to use!

Stephanie said...

haha! I'd definitely pet that gorgeous fabric of course! But then I would make that pattern (thank you for including it in the giveaway!)!

Renee said...

If I won...the first thing I would do with a stack of fabric is what I always do....look at them, soak them in and enjoy all things that fabrics are..colorful, soft, with endless possibilities. Then I would start a quilt after finding the perfect pattern. Thanks for the discount...gotta do some shopping now...and thanks for the giveaway....the whole blog is just so VIBRANT!

Unknown said...

I would make your Lucky Stars with these!

Bethany said...

I think I would simply stare at this beautiful fabric and maybe drool a little if I won! This fabric collection is simply gorgeous, and I would love the chance to win!

Susan said...

I would look at the many patterns I have been collecting to figure out just the right one(s) for your vibrant (not the "v") colors.

Southern Gal said...

I would make a quilt to showcase all those lovely colors. Thanks for the chance!

Unknown said...

First I would enjoy looking at it then I would show it off to my comfort quilting group to get some great ideas and then I would think about those ideas until I came to a conclusion. Could be weeks before I actually start piecing a fabulous quilt.

Janice said...

i would totally make the lucky star pattern
love your stuff!

DEAN FAMILY said...

I would whip up that lucky stars quilt immediately and who knows with the layer cake. Probably ogle it until inspiration strikes! Thanks for all thing V and co!

Cynthia H said...

I would use it in a quilt I am currently working on for my son's wedding gift. Thanks for the giveaway!

Sorcha girl said...

"Color Me Happy" would make a great quilt for a baby using the Lucky Star pattern. I love that your thread is Varigated. My quilting stitches are often done with this type of thread to give interest to the back of a project. Thanks for participating in the Moda Blog Hop!! Very awesome package to win!

Sandy said...

you are so enjoyable to read!! super funny!! Love your fabrics.....what wouldn't I do...I would have to just enjoy them for awhile first, before I dared to cut them up and make a beautiful quilt!!

Unknown said...

Dream about what to make

Tiffany said...

I'm thinking a quilt for one of my sisters. After a healthy dose of petting and staring.

b said...

If I win, I will probably take the fabric and lay it out and stare at it, pull out patterns, see what else I have that it blends with and stare at it some more. Eventually I will make a quilt with it!

Thanks for the giveaway!!

b.

Cara said...

Oh how I love that star quilt! If I were to win I'd probably use the fabric to make a Great Granny Squared quilt! Love the strips for that!
mcara2@yahoo.com

HeatherK @ A Reformed Heath'n said...

I like the petting suggestion ... it just sounds so dirty. I think I'd definitely try to make a whole quilt with the letters, or some cute bags are always nice. Then I could share the wealth; yeah, I like that idea =)

Unknown said...

I want to use all these letter patterns to make a quilt for the reading corner in my house. Your fabric would be so perfect to make all these cute letters!

Kathryn said...

I think that an alphabet quilt would be a great gift for one of my grandchildren.

Kim said...

I have been patiently waiting for this line to come out so I can start making fun things for my baby's nursery. We're cutting it too close for my taste, she's coming the beginning of May so I hope I can get lots of fun stuff done before then. (Quilt, pillows, bench cover....the works!)

Maria2 said...

I want to unroll it and just look at the beautiful colors - then maybe I will make it into a bright and beautiful quilt!

Mrs Quinn said...

Haha! I would probably pet it for awhile. Then I would love to make a rote.

Unknown said...

V is a special letter for me too! I love the Lucky Star pattern, so I would use the Color Me Happy Fabric for that quilt. I think my Granddaughter would love it!!

Unknown said...

I love the to the point pattern. I am about to redo my daughters room and she LOVES pink and i love the gradient of color me happy to do that with! Love this. Happy birthday to your little guy!
Kelli Marshall
kellemarshall@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would make the "Star pattern quilt. I love it. Thank you for the chance at winning such pretty fabric.

madrekarin said...

Put it on yhe shelf and waiit for inspiratiin to strike. That ususlly comes in the form of my 3 year old granddaughter saying,"Mins,I want to sew."

Unknown said...

I would go ahead and use it right away. I would put aside all of my other projects and just play! There is something about pre-cuts that just demand my attention!

Dee D said...

I'm not sure what I'd make with that beautiful fabric - I do like the To The Point quilt but I'm not sure the fabric would work for it.

the mrs said...

I would make a new, bigger quilt for my daughter who's first quilt I made for her is now too small and her toes stick out when she sleeps with it. :-)

MandeeM said...

No question, I would make myself s lucky quilt. The ones I make often get stolen by my three little munchkins in this house. It's okay though, they're pretty cute munchkins! 😉 Thanks for the chance to win. Your quilt is lovely!

Mandee
Tinytink76 at yahoo dot com

Teresa said...

I already have the Lucky Star pattern so I would love a Jelly Roll to go with it. Love your blog. tgreen@asis.com

Doris Rice, The Quilting Queen said...

First I would stare at it, then I would pet it, and then who knows what kind of goodness I would create! The fabric has to talk to me you know! lol.

Unknown said...

If I were so lucky to win the beautiful fabric, I would have an awesome time creating something beautiful - or I would pass on to my daughter who makes beautiful quilts and gives them to family members if she can bear to part with them!

Elizabeth said...

I would take and look at each piece, putting them together in different ways. Then I would make one of my grandchildren a quilt, I am working on one making them each one.

Kathie J said...

Those jelly rolls would be perfect to make the split scallop quilt I saw MSQC do on LOQ on PBS!

Laura said...

The fabric is so pretty! Would looks so good in any room in my house, I make it work :0)

Joni said...

First off, I would stare at it, because I love the colors. Then I would get started on one of two baby quilts I need to have done by summer!

Unknown said...

I would love to win!! I would make a quilt for my couch to snuggle under!!

Charlotte said...


I think I would make a charity quilt because the colors would certainly cheer up someone.

Thanks for the chance to win.
Charlotte

Béa said...

I have a lot of ideas, thanks for the chance.

Janet S said...

I would admire it until inspired to create a new quilt!

Anonymous said...

I would use it to finish the projects that I am going to start with you at Pine Needles in March!! Can't wait!!

Taya@TypeB said...

I think the nice way to say it is, "stash it", but in all honesty... hoard it. It's terrible, I know :) I like to wait for the right project to come along. Great stop on the hop - love collecting all of the letters!

mary truax said...

My stash is lacking in brights so your fabric will be a welcome addition. Planning to take advantage of your sale!

Steven and Ginger said...

I think your pattern Flower box would be a very good place to start. Thanks for the give away. Cute fabric!

Sherrill said...

LoVe that Lucky Stars--would haVe to make that, of course. CUTE!! Thanks for the giVeaway!!

Nancy said...

First thing I would do is look at all the beautiful fabric, read the pattern and start the Lucky Star quilt even though I have about five other quilts on my quilting table.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, pretty sure I will find a great pattern for it! (after staring at it and petting it, yes)
cpoot at telus dot net

Sarah said...

Happy Birthday to your 10 year old!! awesome cake!
Your fabric lines are always stunning, and they keep getting even better! Color Me Happy is my favorite so far… so vibrant, and great colors.
Truthfully, if I won your fabric drawing, I would spend a lot of time looking at it and choosing carefully what to make… probably a quilt, but I'd want to get just the right design.

Unknown said...

I would make a skirt. I previous did one with a layer cake and jelly roll and I get complements every time I wear it.

Carol said...

I would love a new quilt for my bed!

Dita Bybee said...

I'd love to make a very cute quilt block for a tote bag!

Jacklynn Grimm said...

I love the Lucky Stars pattern, and a jelly roll would be perfect for that, right? Thanks for the give away!

Unknown said...

I'm a V too .. For Veronica. I like being a V cause it different. Not too many Vs out there. I love your bright happy colors and your star pattern. I think I'd make a picnic quilt if I was lucky enough to win. I've been wanting to make one to spread out at the park and watch my toddler grandson play and have lunch on thanks for the fun post !

CathyK said...

After petting that Voluptuous fabric, I would act like a Verified idiot thumbing through Various quilt magazines giving a Valient effort in finding the Very best quilt pattern!

Unknown said...

Okay, I have been waiting for this fabric for a long time, so I think it would first sit on my kitchen counter to greet me each morning. After that, my very patient step-mom (who cares for my Dad with Alzheimer's) needs a quilt to color her happy!

pojeda said...

I would finally make a lap quilt just for me! Thank you for the chance to win!

Please respond to this email:

pojeda50 @ yahoo.com

Patricia Steadman said...

So many possibilities to make something with this beautiful fabric. I will add to my stash and think of something fun to do with it.

Heather B said...

I would be doing some heavy petting for sure! :) I think I would make some quilts for our '74 Terry camper we are renovating!

Rosalie said...

Lovely fabric line. It would look so good made in Flower Box!

Rachel said...

It would (of course) start out in the petting pile. :P Then I might use some of it to make the Positively Perfect Nap Quilt from the Moda Bakery. Color Me Happy and Positively Perfect? They sound made for each other!

Country Girl said...

I would make a pinwheel quilt for our second home if I won. Love the cheerful colors and the varigated threads. Yum!

KrisD said...

We quilters are a strange bunch, after reading some of these posts, me included. Hoarding fabric . . . who would openly admit to being a hoarder??? We quilters, of course!!! If I won, I would admire the prizes sitting on my shelf until inspiration strikes me.

Afquilt said...

I would make baby quilts!

SueAnn W said...

Are you kidding me????? Petting it is exactly what I would do......BUT with the pattern thrown in I would jump right into making that.
Thanks for the prize package.
skeetersaw@comcastdotnet

Quilting Tangent said...

Stare at it, feel it, put it in my statsh until a quilt says to use it. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Heartsdesire said...

I love your Lucky Stars pattern, so if I won, I would definitely use the fabric to make this quilt.

www.randomthoughtsdoordi.com said...

I've been wanting to make a plaid quilt and your fabric would be perfect for it, after I finished staring at it and petting it.

Terrie D. (StarSpry) said...

What a beautiful collection! I would love to make a banner with the slice cut and the rest I would probably stare at for a while :) Thanks for the chance to win!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I would definitely have to let the fabric sit on a shelf looking cute for a while before putting it into a quilt--it's so hard to untie that bow!! Thanks for the chance to win some fun fabrics!

Char said...

Would make a cyoot baby quilt :)

marcella said...

I am most impressed with your V word ability. You managed to sneak quite a few in there! Also, genius to monogram your quilt. I may have to start slapping my initials on a few things around this house; too bad I'm not the only one with these initials....shoot! Oh well, should I be so lucky to win I would admire the fabric and pattern greatly. I also wouldn't have to share being the only quilter in the house. Well, until I turned that beautiful fabric into a quilt, then the sharing would begin :-)

Stephanie said...

I'm not sure what I would make, I'd have to pet it for a while before I decided to cut into it:) Thanks for the opportunity! My email is qltdiva1@fuse.net, should I win.....

LKDrum said...

Beautiful colors....I'd like to make a quilt if I should win. Thanks! Lana (LKDrum@aol.com)

Kathy MacKie said...

There always is the dream of making a quilt after I've admired the fabric for awhile.

Chris said...

Well, after playing with it I'd make a quilt for my granddaughter to take to college in the fall!

sofen said...

Winning this wonderful gift would HAVE to make me make my first quilt! I promise!

jachelno at gmail dot com

Bryan & Suzanne said...

I would use it to work up the courage to sew my first quilt!

Willa said...

Well, pet it for sure! Also make some tech cozies. But I really need to make a walker bag for a friend so I think that is what I will use it for should I win!

Connie said...

I love, love, LOVE what you did with the letter V. And your fabric would make a great suit for my sunroom. Or any room. And I love the quote... I sound crazy, but ... It all made me happy 😊

Kim said...

Your projects are amazing! I love the bright, fun color palette you used--especially in your V quilt! If I won your fabrics---I would have to just admire them for awhile. I think I would have to make something for me this time! LOL Those colors just make me smile.

The Lazy Sewist said...

I love love love your fabric, and just bought a bunch of simply style last night after eyeing and pricing it for weeks!

If I won, I would make a quilt with that gorgeous fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!

RenoRx (Watch Meesh Run) said...

Oh wow!! I would make a new quilt for hubby and I's bed. Need something new, bright, and cheerful for the upcoming summer!

Brandy said...

I'd probably make a diaper bag with the jelly roll, since that's the most recent thing I made and LOVED, and the others I would definitely pet until something amazing came up. Thank you Vanessa!
~Brandy
pamperedpettit.blogspot.com

КартонКа said...

I would make some pillows - and maybe a cosmetic bag. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

RenoRx (Watch Meesh Run) said...

Oh wow!! I would love to make a new quilt for hubby and I's bed - something bright and cheery for the upcoming summer. Thank-you!

babiesdoc said...

I would make a quilt.
I am learning to long arm and my goal is 1 quilt a month

Vicki said...

I would use the fabric to create the awesome letter V...for Victoria....Vicki....my name! Why, as I get older do people call me Victoria instead of Vicki? hmmm...vexing!!!

Unknown said...

I have so many patterns and projects I could use this fabric for I wouldn't know where to start. I think I would have to put it with my stash and stare at it in awe for a few days until something came to me :) Love your patterns and love Color Me Happy!! Thank you so much for the chance to win!

Lynn Wilson said...

My first name is Virginia, so obviously I love the V. Your line just happens to be in my favorite colors! If I won, I'm not sure of what I would do yet, but I assure you I won't give this quilt away. It will be all mine.

quilter said...

first fondle,then play with stash...

redheadwv77 said...

I would attempt to make my mom a quilt :)

Christine said...

Hi, I would use the Color Me Happy fabric in a new summer quilt for my daughter's lake house!!

Anonymous said...

I am one of the stare-ers and pet-ers. I always do that and then later on get an idea!

Thanks for the great giveaway!

Lori Martindale said...

My latest guilty pleasure is making bags. We've had a dreadfully cold winter, so a bright cheery bag would be great made out of this cheery line of fabric! Thanks for participating--you're VVVVabulous! Lori Martindale. stitcherabc@yahoo.com

Alisa said...

Not sure what I'd do with it...but there would be petting at first! Then a quilt for me! Thanks!

Jessica said...

I might make a quilt for my sister out of this beautiful fabric and pattern! jrfisher14@gmail.com

Rosalie said...

Lovely fabric line. Would make a great happy quilt.

Unknown said...

I would make ma a throw and love looking at the beautiful colors

Sherryl said...

Well, FIRST I would pet it, and then I would use some to make an alphabet quilt (I'm making a bunch of different ones this year). I would give the jellyroll to my dear mother who loves sewing with them! What an awesome giveaway! Thank you!
- sunshdws at yahoo dot com

Mary said...

I would most likely fondle the deliciousness of the fabric for a while and then most definitely make the star quilt with it. Then I would snuggle under it with my two wonderful granddaughters.

Anonymous said...

A cheery quilt for me!
I've given the last few away so this would be a great treat!

Teresa C in California

Kelly said...

I am sure I would stare at it for a time, then, when my newborn was a little older, I would totally make that lovely lucky stars quilt. So fun!

Renee said...

What happy fabric!!! If I win I would share it with my niece and help her make her first quilt...a joint project that would make us both very happy.

Unknown said...

I think I would like to make the alphabet quilt, but I might have to pet and stare at it a bit first just to make sure. :)

Jeanne W. said...

You always crack me up!! =) Yes, I would pet it and stare at it for quite some time but then I would try to make a quilt. Thanks!

Carol Sc said...

I think petting it sounds like a good place to start. The wonderful colors really are happy and there are great patterns to use those strips. This is the first time I've been on your blog --- I will be back Thanks!

Donna Keating said...

Who knows. I'll just love them for a while until they tell me what they want too be.

Tanyia said...

wow. so many things... I really love the beautiful bright colors! <3 I think a summer table runner and maybe some bunting for my new craft room!

Ramona said...

I am redoing my family room and I think these fabrics along with others in my stash would be perfect for a quilt. I love bright colors!

Gill said...

After I've looked at it and stroked it I'd make a picnic quilt!

mom2three said...

If I won, I'd make something fabulous. It would probably be something for my new kitchen or new family room (we just bought a new house!). Mostly I want to win because I keep hearing that I have enough fabric and I can't buy any more…. that seems unfair. However, nothing has been said about winning fabric! I even have a new sewing room to put it in!

Kay said...

I would use the beautiful fabric to make your Lucky Star quilt for one of my granddaughters. The colors in you new fabric are so Vibrant & gorgeous.

Gwen said...

I would make a quilting project of course, love the colors and prints.

Mike and Jen said...

To be honest, I would probably hoard it until the perfect project came along. It's so HARD to cut up all that beautiful fabric!

Gretchen said...

I have some gift quilts to make in the next few months and your happy fabrics would be perfect. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

Rabid Quilter from California said...

I love Layer Cakes and have made a couple of large quilts with the "Lil Twister" Ruler that turn out so great! That's what I'd make if I win a Layer Cake!

TADVR said...

You're comment on petting it cracked me up... one of the kids in the neighborhood loves to come over to play with my stash/pet it.
I love her family, last year when they were in Barcelona, they saw a fabric shop and brought me some FQs!

Erin said...

I would eventually make a quilt out of it after I had time to just enjoy looking at it! princesserinscrapper81@yahoo.com

carolg said...

Vanessa, you are just awesome!I have so many V&Co projects in the queue! Thank you for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I would make a happy quilt!

quiltstsh@aol.com

Vio said...

I would pet it for sure!! There's nothing wrong with petting fabric, right? Well, being a V myself, I guess I would copy your quilt exactly. We Vs have to stick together!

Stacy said...

I would for sure pet it and just stare at it for a good week or so...then I would make some lovely quilts with all of those beautiful fabrics! Oh and a fun spring time banner too! Thank you!

Jennifer said...

I have no idea what I'd do with it but having such lovely cheerful fabric in my stash when we're expecting another winter storm would certainly brighten my day!

Slice of Pi said...

That banner/bunting is adorable! I'll be making that whether I win or not! Thanks for the chance!

Createology said...

Your Quilt is Very Victorious. I would SEW Very happily if winning such lovely fabrics. Thank you sew much for Moda Hopping...

Betty said...

I would admire the cute bundle until I got just the right inspiration for it. BTW, my middle initial is V.

Bonnie Pfrimmer said...

First I would look at it and pet it (I pet all my fabrics) Look at each design and decide what to make with it which is simple; A quilt of course! Love your red and pink quilt!! You did very good with your V's.. bpfrimmer@yahoo.com

Jessica said...

I would make a baby crib quilt.

jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

Katie said...

Oh how I love this fabric line! I have been eyeing it for a while now! I would use the jelly roll to make the Lucky Stars quilt and hang onto the layer cake until the perfect pattern comes along!

Sewbig said...

I enjoyed your post. Thanks for the chance to win.
I would have to look at the fabric, touch it and know that spring is on the way. It would make a cheerful quilt for a child or adult, maybe that adult would be me. It's been a long time since I made a quilt for myself.

Jeanne said...

Love those colors! I have some quilt patterns that have been waiting for something bright...I'd make one of the patterns I've been saving.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

LOL.....we will all be "petting" it first of course. Maybe a lap quilt. This is sure a lovely fabric.

bee said...

oo these woudl def. be eye candy for a bit in my sewing room and then be turned into a personalized quilt!

Kathie said...

I would make a dresden quilt with matching pillows for my family room. Your colors are perfect!! Thanks for the opportunity for more of your fabric!

Diana said...

I would like to say I'd make a fun, cheery quilt for my home, but honestly, I'd probably just let it sit on a shelf looking pretty for a while. I have two littles at home and one on the way. Love this line so much!

Unknown said...

OOOOO I think I will make the lovely textured pillows I saw in your blog. They do make me happy! my email address is Lynda@stitchinchicksonline.com Thank you in advance!

Deborah said...

I would make the Alphabet quilt and maybe a mini quilt... Thanks!

Becky S. said...

I loved your post today-you always crack me up!
If I won, first I would do a Victory dance then I would sew some quilts. I might even share with my Mom. Thanks for the fun giveaway. Happy Birthday to your noisemaker-I love that turtle cake!

Unknown said...

What would I do with it? Hmm stare at it, drool, pet it, etc LOL My mom needs a new quilt. Made one for my MIL. Or I need a new set of placemats and of course toaster cover, etc. Thanks for the giveaway and love your Craftsy class!!! You rock!!

Jennifer said...

If I win I'd just add it to my stash and stare at it for awhile. Thanks for the chance to win such a beautiful prize pack.

Unknown said...

I think I'd have to make the quilt! And play with the rest! Thanks for the chance to win!

Joan said...

Well, my friends seem to be exploding with grandchildren and I have a few baby quilts to make and I can see perfect little bundles wrapped up in your Color Me Happy fabric.

Anonymous said...

Hi,after some fondling, I'd make a new bed quilt! Sounds so pretty! Thanks for sharing!

cobaltt16@yahoo.com

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

I have a stack of precut patterns just waiting for the right fabrics. I would totally hit those up to find just the perfect project for those beautiful fabrics!

Dana said...

Love the colors in the fabric line! I would definitely be making your cute sewing machine!!

Nessa said...

I am a Vanessa as well and fell in love with your Color Me Happy fabrics when I first saw them, and am currently making a quilt for my only sister using the FQ bundle. I am LOVING the combinations!
If I won your giveaway I would use the jelly roll to make a basket weave quilt, the layer cake to make your lucky star quilt and I'd turn the triangles into something magnificent for my sewing/spare room. Thanks for such a generous giveaway Vanessa!

Unknown said...

I love the happy colors. I would most likely feel it and look at it while i look thru all my patterns for it Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Elaine said...

I would make a lovely quilt! I am in love with the colors in this line!
satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

Nicole J said...

I would plan a new quilt for my living room.

Materialmoments@yahoo.com

Miss Jean said...

I might just save it for when my new great, great niece is a little older and make her another quilt.

Mer said...

If I won it I'll make a wonderful star quilt for my daughter

Pattie Crum said...

Quilts of course, and a little petting and staring.

Shirley sascott4@hotmail.com said...

I'd make quilts and more quilts. This fabric would make a lovely cheery, springy looking one.

Linda Gance said...

I've never made a quilt but I really want to, so this would get me on my way!! Thanks, Linda (ldgance@gmail.com)

Mom C said...

I'm so glad you said petting fabric was an acceptable answer. I have to admit I am a fabric hoarder. However, I do use my fabric and it's amazing how often I have the perfect fabric for a project, it had just be waiting patiently for me to get my brain into gear. I'm sure I would make a quilt, and I love the lucky stars pattern and fabric. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Am making seasonal table toppers and will probably use it for that. Thank you, Eileen

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I would make a lap quilt and tote bag for me with it (selfish, yes….but why not with such pretty fabrics!!!!)
Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

Unknown said...

I would make a quilt if I won-the fabric selection is already done for me and that is the hardest part.

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