Moda Blog Hop: September 2012

Welcome to the “Oh Sew Sweet” Moda designer blog hop. I am excited to be in the company of so many amazing designers. Below I will tell you a bit about my home town of Vancouver BC Canada, enjoy!

I am a bona fide “Vancouverite” born and raised. As it turns out in 2012 there are not  too many of us. Vancouver is a port city and has long been considered the “Pacific Gateway” between Asia and North America. As you might guess Vancouver has grown into a truly amazing multicultural city.

Vancouver sure has grown since I was a kid. In the late sixties the population was a fairly healthy 800,000 but today we are at over 2.3 million people.

Our town fair the Pacific National Exhibition has been alive and well since 1910. I have fond memories of kiddy rides, baby piglets and corn dogs that go way back for me. You won’t catch me riding the roller coaster though. I rode it once at the age of seven and vowed never to do it again, it terrified me! Not to mention the fact it was built in 1958 and is made of wood (see above)… need I say more.

What Vancouver is often known for is it’s beauty. Now I don’t mean to sound like a travel postcard but on a sunny day it has got to be one of the prettiest places on earth! It has been voted one of the most livable cities on the planet many times. But what they don’t tell you while singing it’s praise is………………….

It rains a great deal, and when I say a great deal I mean a GREAT DEAL!!!
On average 161 days of rain per year. So, don’t forget your umbrella if you plan to visit:)

So what do I do when it’s raining? Visit my favorite restaurant of course. Along with multicultural diversity comes amazing ethnic food. Vancouver has so many fantastic eateries it’s hard to pick just one but my favorite at the moment has to be

Vij’s. Vikram Vij is the head chef and owner of this famous Vancouver haunt. They serve the best Indian cuisine I have ever tasted bar none. Pictured above are the Lamb popsicles, they are simply to die for!!!
Vij’s
1480 w 11th ave
Vancouver, BC

Now it’s time to share my sampler block. This is made from my new collection “Gypsy Girl”and is super cute! Download the instructions here.


The Gypsy Girl line is fun fresh and flirty, perfect for bringing a pop of color into your life. I am working on several projects that I am sure you will love. Please stay tuned as I will share them with you in the next couple of weeks.

It’s giveaway time!! Please leave a comment and tell me what your next 2 sewing projects will be and 3 lucky winners will be randomly selected to receive one of the goodies above. The “Gypsy Girl” charm pack, “Gypsy Girl” layer cake and “Gypsy Girl” jelly roll were generously provided by Moda.
Thanks so much for stopping by and please be sure to visit the amazing designers who I am sharing this hop day with.

Happy sewing and best wishes,
Stephanie

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646 Responses to “Moda Blog Hop: September 2012”

  1. fobellina says:

    I love the brightness of the pinks and blues in your new fabric range. I need to make a PE bag for my duaghter who has just started school and she would love these colours! I also need a new WIP bag for me, as I seem to have run out! Of bags that is, not WIPs!

  2. Miranda says:

    My next projects will be x mas gifts, cushions for my mam, don ‘t tell her, and à quilt made from my baby’s firsts clothes
    Greetings Miranda
    Ps Vancouver looks great, I ‘ ve always wantend to visit

  3. Nati says:

    I am working on finishing 20 quilts for my charity project. I have my lovely craft friends helping at this but we still have lots to do for the end of October. After that, new quilt for my bed and two cushions for my brother’s new apartment! thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Katja says:

    I work on a quilt for my father, and I will sew a bag for my sisters laptop.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  5. Suzie says:

    I have a quilt to finish by the end iof the month as it is going to be a birthday present – I have so much still t do, I think I might also make a start on some Christmas presents – not sure what yet.

  6. LeAnn says:

    Really cute new fabric line. My next two projects are a wool applique table runner that I design and a 1930s sampler.

  7. Susan says:

    My next 2 sewing projects are a quilt for my oldest son who will graduate from college in Dec. and a quilt for my 4th son who is working on his Boy Scout Eagle project (I found some great boy scout fabric a while back that will be perfect! And he will be my 4th Eagle Scout!) After doing these “boy” quilts, I sure would love to work with something floral and feminine like Gypsy Girl! Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. Jennifer says:

    Hi there,
    I loved the colors on the block. The pattern looks easy to do. I am getting ready to make some x-mas gifts next. I have two lap quilts to make and I want to make some mug rugs out of different block patterns so this block will be one of them!.!!
    Thanks for the chance to win some lovely material.

  9. Sisbabestitches says:

    Swap and christmas presents are at the top of my stitching and sewing list, though I am hoping to sneak in a little handquilting on a project for myself. Gyspy girl looks gorgeous! So does Vancouver, though admittedly more than a bit more wet than here, lol

  10. Gill says:

    I’m waiting for my fabric to arrive for my ‘Groove’ quilt and my daughter is patiently waiting for a new bag! – a keykalou bucket bag!

  11. Julie says:

    Vancouver looks beautiful and I would love to visit. My next sewing project is to make a quilt for a friend who is having a baby soon. I must also finish a red, black and white quilt that needs quilting and binding. I just love the colours you have used in Gypsy Girl.

  12. Siobhan says:

    I loved reading about Vancouver! At the risk of sounding like a scary nutjob, I have a geographic crush on BC & the Pacific NW of the US. I would LOVE to visit there some day and keep telling my kids that I want them to buy me a house on Bowen Island when they are out of college. I’m not picky, I’ll even take a small cottage. ;)

    My next two sewing projects will be quilts–I’m planning on doing a Cluck Cluck Sew pattern with a jelly roll and Thimble Blossom’s Swoon with yardage I’ve been hoarding.

  13. Joan says:

    Great to see a Canadian designer! My next project is a little twister and i also have a lap quilt that needs to be finished! Great fabrics!

  14. Lee says:

    I have ready three projects – one – a skirt for my college daughter two – a lap quilt for my dad and three – a holiday quilt! thank you and Moda!! Hello from Detroit!

  15. Julie Deuvall says:

    Wow. Vancouver is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing! My next two sewng projects will be finishing a quilt for myself and my husband’s bed (for some reason, I never make anything for my own bed!) and a quilt for my youngest daughter, as she is about to make the move to a big girl bed. I think I will use Gypsy Girl for her quilt… she would LOVE the colors and beautiful prints! Thanks so much for the chance to win and am thrilled to find your blog.

  16. Martina says:

    I want to work on sam small tabletoppers for christmas, finish my treequilt and star the BOM birds and berries from Gail Pan.
    Thanks so much and greetings from Switzerland. Martina

  17. kay says:

    My next projects are two charity quilts for my guild. They would be so cute and colorful in “Gypsy Girl” fabrics!

  18. Lisa Marie says:

    Next on my list is a very girly baby quilt and a lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift.

  19. Freddie says:

    Not sure you can call them projects as such but I need to make some dresses and skirts for my daughters. They keep on growing and their winter wardrobe is a little short (or indecently short would probably be more correct)

    Quilt wise I would like to make a quilt for myself. I have lots of scraps and I have even made to blocks already. It will be similar to your sampler block but with a black background. Why black because I had some in my stash that needed using up.

  20. Henny says:

    Hi, I’m from Holland but I love Canada!In fact we were very close moving to Canada in 2000. At the moment I’m making a quilt called The Farmers Wife ( i’m also a farmers wife). and after this I want to make a quilt for my daughter. The Gipsy Girl fabric is very welcome for that one!
    Thank you for the great give away! Henny

  21. SueBennett says:

    My next project is a queen size Monet Wedding Ring Quilt. Hate the fabrics that I am using, and then I have a new grandbaby coming so I have to make several things. This beautiful fabric would be nice to win.

  22. Tracy says:

    Two of my current projects are Edyta’s Common Bride and Hawaiian Delight. Hawaiian Delight is our 2013 guild raffle quilt. I had 6 awesome ladies join me this past Saturday. We’re down to only 15 of 64 blocks left to stitch!

  23. Pam says:

    I am working on a quilt to donate to the cat shelter I volunteer for, and a quilt for a friend.

  24. Karen says:

    My next project is a quilt for my 8 year old neice for Christmas and then some baby quilt for my grandbaby who is due this spring! And then I want to start a farm wife quilt…. oh so much to sew and so little time!

  25. Sue Schultz says:

    Your new fabric collection is so pretty and cheerful. My next two projects will be a Christmas quilt using Pat Wys pattern comfort and Joy and a fall table mat. Would love to win some of your beautiful fabric.

  26. rebecca says:

    My next two projects are a Primitive Gatherings wool BOW and an Edyta applique project. Lots of fun!!

  27. Karen D. says:

    My next two projects are another Mondo bag to give as a Christmas gift and a basket quilt to hang up in my sewing room! Your fabric lines are just beautiful, all my favorite colors!

  28. Cassie says:

    Hello and Thank you for such gorgeous fabrics! I’m a big fan of your collections. Bright, sunny florals are favorites for all my projects. I just finished a baby quilt for my niece and while making that, I found your Gypsy Girl collection on line. I HAD to have it!!! I’ve just received the charm packs in the mail and will be making a quilt for my niece’s little 2 year old girl and then I’m also going to be making a lap quilt for my mother’s 75 birthday this fall!

    Thank you for such inspiration!
    Cassie

  29. Sherry says:

    I LOVE Gypsy Girl – gorgeous colors! I need to finish the binding on a baby quilt. Lots of quilt tops to get quilted for Christmas gifts. If I would just quit starting new quilts I’ll be able to get those finished! :)

  30. Gaila C. says:

    My next two projects are finishing up my grandson’s quilt and 2 of the 3 bags I started in a class I took on “Snap Happy Bags”. Really had hoped to work on both this past weekend, but just didn’t happen.

  31. Debbie says:

    I am working on a Turning Twenty quilt and Primitive Gatherings Freebie of the week!! Almost finished on both!!!

  32. Toni Anne Potter says:

    Hi, I have a baby quilt to finish quilting and bind. After that I’m making a Fig Tree Buttercup pin cuchsion, that I already have cut out. Thanks for the great block! ;-> Toni Anne

  33. SuzK says:

    My next two projects are a flannel quilt for my son and a baby quilt for a gal here at work. This fabric is beautiful. Thank you for offering to share some with us.

  34. Audra Ciprich says:

    I think my next 2 projects will be a quilt for my 3 year old and then maybe one for my husband.

  35. Margaret says:

    How exciting to see your blog entry this morning about Vancouver. My family & I visited Vancouver last summer and had a marvelous time. (Have you ever been to Cherry Point Vineyard, Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island? It’s just north of Victoria – beautiful location, GREAT wine and an enthsiastic vintner who explains about his wine and vineyard. Worth the trip!)
    Anyhow, my next 2 profects are a quilt for myself (finally!!) made w/ a Fig Tree pattern and California Girls fabric, and a quilt for my sister. She chooses fabric and pattern, so this will be fun.

  36. Karen says:

    My next two projects ate a quilt for my sister and Then I want to make some cute skirts for my daughter. Thank you for the giveaway! Vancouver looks ver pretty I enjoy the rain, we lived in Eonglang for 2.5 years, miss hose rainy days!

  37. Bronwyn says:

    Thanks for showing us around your hometown.I am currently loving paper piecing. I am doing a hexagon table runner and have planned to do a quilt using a paper shape called a clamshell.Keep up the great designing the fanric is so fresh and ‘Summery’.

  38. Viviankay says:

    Thanks so much for the beautiful pictures of your hometown. I also appreciate your beautiful fabric and the chance to win some.

    My next 2 projects are to do nothing else until I finish a quilt I have been working on for the past year. Then I am making 2 OWL pillows of my own design for my grandkids. Finishing that quilt finally will give me a grat sense of accomplishment.

  39. Connie F says:

    I love your fabric!
    I am working on a BOM with a local store. I also have 3 other quilts to make, one for my daughter and son in law and the other 2 for my grand daughters.

  40. Deborah says:

    Love Vancouver and in a few weeks I will be there on my way to a week in Whistler to visit family! My next projects include the Edyta spools quilt (needs to be finished!) and a courthouse steps made out of my collection of Morris fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win some yummy fabric!

  41. Leslie says:

    Hi!
    I”m currently working on a bunch of projects! I’m in the midst of the Just Takes 2 quilt and my sashing fabric for a pinwheel Christmas quilt using Joy charm squares. I”m going to donate this quilt to my step-granddaughter for her class fundraising!
    Thanks so much for your designs and the giveaway package!
    Take care, Leslie

  42. Quiltjane says:

    My next 2 sewing projects will be quilts for friends and definitely include some of your beautiful fabrics. I still have lots of your summerhouse collection that will be made into a quilt for my niece.

  43. Shawna says:

    My next two projects are Snowflake by Laundry Basket Quilts and a double wedding ring quilt that I’m making with my mom for my daughter as a wedding gift.

  44. julianne says:

    Fun to learn more about you! I am finishing up a Halloween quilt and then starting on Christmas stockings since we adopted a baby girl since last Christmas :)

  45. Karen says:

    I have visited Vancouver and loved it, a very beautiful city. I am working on project bags for my knitting friends.

  46. Patti says:

    My next projects are a 2 quilts that I just bought at a quilt show this weekend. The first is a quilt for a friend of mine with bright and wild fabrics, it just screams my friends personality. Then a wallhanging for me. I am excited to begin both of them. Thanks for a chance to win.

  47. Lou says:

    Hi from Texas!
    My next 2 sewing projects will be a minkee football blanket for my bff’s new grandson for Christmas and I need to get my daughters Poppy quilt quilted and bound:)
    Your fabrics are So colorful:)

  48. Sarah says:

    My next two projects will be quilts for my boys. They need a couple of quilts each to catch up to the number my daughter (the eldest) has claimed as hers!

  49. Dee says:

    Just came off of retreat where I worked on, but did not finish three projects:). What I hope to finish is a basket quilt from Edyta Sitar’s book – just applique to do:). Love your fabric…..so happy, my grandaughter will love a quilt using it.

  50. Cindy says:

    Love the Gypsy Girl block. I am organizing a small (9 ladies) October quilt retreat at Inspirations in East Leroy, Michigan. I plan to work on 1 UFO Halloween paper piece project and maybe if the Moda Candy is in my local quilt shop, I will start the ‘Sew Sweet Sampler’ blocks.

  51. Kathie L says:

    I’m about to start a quick rail fence quilt with a jelly roll of batiks, and then I’ll make some breast cancer pillows that will be collected at my next guild meeting. Thanks for the giveaway of your great fabic.

  52. Sandy says:

    My next two projects are finishing a couple of UFO’s that have been laying around for too long..and then maybe I can start something new. Thanks for a chance to win one of your give aways..

  53. Caroline says:

    I have 3 bindings to finish up twin size quilts for my 3- 2 yr old grandchildren as they transition to big beds! And then will start a few small projects for christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

  54. Linda L says:

    What a lovely city you live in, fell in love with it during the Olympics. I recently took 2 classes from Kim Diehl so next on my list is to finish them both, Bittersweet Briar wall quilt and Penny Garland table topper.

  55. Marianne says:

    Vancouver is so pretty! My next two sewing projects are to finish up a BOM, all done except for the borders, and to start quilting my many tops!

  56. Estelle says:

    My two next sewing projects are going to be a quilt for my 3 year old and a reading tent.

  57. Marcia says:

    Hello Neighbor to the north!! My next two sewing projects are going to be English paper piecing; Hexagons and a flower thingy. I really should be concentrating on finishing though…you know how that goes!

  58. Ellyn says:

    finishing up a kaffe nine patch quilt and then getting back to working on Christmas gifts! probably more journal covers…. thanks for the giveaway

  59. Robbin says:

    What a beautiful city! Thanks for sharing. My next two sewing projects include a baby quilt and a quilt for my living room. I love Gypsy Girl by the way!

  60. Angela says:

    Vancouver is beautiful!! Would love to visit someday. My next two projects….I’m make a tunic from Sew Liberated and making a halloween quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  61. Your photos are lovely. My next two projects (do people really on have 2 at one time?) are a Braid Quilt for a new baby and a pillow case for a friend.

  62. Laura Benthien says:

    Very pretty city! And pretty new fabrics as well! Current projects include a BOM, an applique quilt “My Favorite Things” and a quick 9 patch for the spare bedroom.
    Thanks, Laura Benthien

  63. Christi says:

    I’m starting a wall hanging for my sister’s Christmas present, and a frog for my mom! I just finished a table topper for her, and a new bag for myself. LOVE your fabrics!

  64. Joy Hinkelman says:

    Vancouver looks lovely! I would love to visit someday. My next two sewing projects will be a hexie book bag for my 17 year old daughter and a Christmas table runner.

    Thank you for the great blog post!
    ~Joy

  65. Susie J says:

    I do love your bright inspiring colors. My next 2 sewing projects? I’m preparing to begin the Mystery Quilt designed by Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr through AQS…and a really special handbag for my Mother-in-law who lives in the Netherlands. She clipped a photo from a magazine and asked – “Can you make this?”

  66. Janet says:

    I am committed to finishing up two projects. One is a buggybarn heart quilt and the 2nd is a block of the month applique quilt. Love you new fabric! jmh

  67. Donna Joy says:

    I have a couple of bags to make, and some unfinished quilts to finish. Gypsy is sure a fun and happy fabric, thanks for sharing Vancouver.

  68. Teresa says:

    Love your city! ( visited for 2.5 days in 2009 sailed out of your port to Alaska) Love your fabric line too!
    I’m working on 6 twin size quilts for my grandchildren…on top number 3! Also making 2 baby quilts that need to be complete in 4 weeks!
    Happy Sewing!

  69. Mary says:

    We spent our honeymoon in Vancouver many years ago, and NO rain while there! Lovely city. Next 2 projects are a wall hanging for a food pantry and a comforter cover for my daughter’s duvet.

  70. lia says:

    My next project is a christmas quilt from anni downs and I will make a (re) start with my dear jane blocks in bright colors.

  71. Gwen says:

    My next two projects are a tablerunner for my mother-in-law, and have to start the quilt for my youngest
    son’s graduation from high school, want it to be a surprise so will be working on it while he is away doing
    those things that senior’s do for the last time in high school. the Gypsy Girl prints are so lively and fun,
    just have to decide which great niece would be a recipient, of a quilt made with those. Missed out on
    sewing the girly, pink , and flowery prints, my boys don’t seem to take to those colors. thanks for the
    chance to win.

  72. Nancy Augustine says:

    My next two projects are to finish making 2 backings for queen size quilts. After that, the 2 are a flannel Christmas quilt and a pattern from the Moda Bake Shop.

  73. Phyllis says:

    My next two projects will be baby quilts for my newborn nephew and niece twins!

  74. Kay says:

    I am really enjoying the blog hop an dlearning about such interesting places. I have never been to Canada but would love to tour it one day. I live in a town in England with no quilting shops for miles around. For my next project I want to try some chevron cushions for my bedroom, and also a bag. Thank you for the giveaway, the fabric is so pretty.

  75. Sharon says:

    I’m working on Kathi Campbell’s Autumn Quilt which I just love! My next project is Lynette Anderson’s Scandinavian Christmas, can’t wait. Thanks for the chance to win :-)

  76. Lizzie says:

    Gypsy Girl is a bright spot for this MN morning ….we did phone calling last night to have the conversation why it is right to vote no on the marriage ammendment on the ballot in Nov. My next project is a lap quilt for a class I am teaching and then probably a quilt for the Hospice fundraiser!

  77. Pam C says:

    I love reading about everyone’s home town-great hop!

    I will be making a baby quilt for a co worker and bags for my daughter and me.

  78. Kristy says:

    The fabric is LOVELY!! I am finishing up my Jovial Quilt in girlie colors and making a smocked dress to match it….Hoping for a granddaughter!

  79. Nicole says:

    I’m not exactly what my next two sewing projects wik be since I have about 7 going right now. I have a little quilting ADD I think, can never work on just one project. I would like go finish up my houndstooth quilt though and the growth charts for my kiddos. Thanks for the chance at some beautiful fabric!

  80. Susan F says:

    My next two projects are a charity quilt for a child and lap quilt for a friend. Thank you for the chance to win!

  81. Christine says:

    I’m going to be working on a quilt for my husband’s best friend and a Christmas tree skirt. Love Gypsy Girl’s cheerful colors!

  82. Mary says:

    I am currently working on machine quilting some quilts for other people, but when I get finished, I have a baby quilt started for my new granddaugher that I want to finish. Then I’ll be working on a quilt for my daughter’s wedding gift. She will be getting married in December.
    Vancouver sounds like a place I would love to visit. Thanks for the beautiful tour.

  83. Lisa says:

    Gypsy girl is very pretty! I just barely started on a “On a Whim” quilt, so I’ll count that as one, and then I’ll be making a Christmas quilt for a silent auction to help out a young couple hoping to adopt a baby girl from China.

  84. Willa says:

    Sewing at the moment –little dresses. Today I will make a red one that can be worn as jumper in cooler weather or as sleeveless dress for warmer days.

    Most dresses so far have been donated to local homeless kids or sent to an orphanage in Afirca.

    I loved visiting Vancouver. Beautiful city..

  85. Flo Burton says:

    My next two projects will be a Pumpkin Quilt and a table runner for our dining room table with matching placemats. I’m currently finishing up my Women of Design quilt. Love the cheerful colors of your fabric!

  86. Sally W says:

    My next 2 projects…hmmmm…. I know for sure as soon as I get off this computer I am going to the longarm and quilting a crib blanket for my grandson. He is still in his crib but has outgrown the small size blanket he has been sleeping with and, now that the cooler fall weather is here, he needs one the will keep his toes covered. Second project would be putting the borders on an unfinished Christmas quilt that will probably also be the next one onto the longarm. By the way, love and am anxiously awaiting your “Gypsy Girl” to arrive in the local shop.

  87. Carolyn says:

    My next two projects will be quilts for my grandkids. I have six of them and I am trying to get a quilt made for all of them for Christmas. Two down…four to go!

  88. Wanda says:

    Placemats for my sister in law and a dress for my daughter. I also have a couple of quilt tops that I’m quilting. I think I need to add those bangles you made to my list. A lovely, colorful idea.

  89. Wanda says:

    Placemats for my sister in law and a dress for my daughter. I also have a couple of quilt tops that I’m quilting. I think I need to add those bangles you made to my list. A lovely, colorful idea.

  90. Sandra Timmons says:

    Let’s see. I currently working on a blue and white queen-sized quilt Mystery Quilt and then will be working on a scrap quilt. I reside in Sonora,CA where we are called the foothills and about 2-3 hours away from San Francisco. I love fabric line from Gypsy Girl and am hoping I will be one one the lucky winner. Thank you for giving all of us a chance to win.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

  91. Lola says:

    My next two projects will be a quilt for a cancer patient and perhaps a baby quilt.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  92. Deb G. in VA says:

    My next 2 sewing projects are to finish up 2 UFOs that I started a few years ago!

  93. Ilana says:

    My first project is a dimensional pinwheel baby quilt. The second is a jelly roll pattern for a throw.

  94. Melanie says:

    Vancouver looks beautiful! Even in the rain. British Columbia is definitely in my top 5 places I want to visit. As for my sewing projects, I am currently working on a baby quilt for a good friend as well as about to start a fall quilt that I am doing with my mom. Thanks for the tour and the great giveaway!

  95. Ann R says:

    I have 3 baby quilts to complete. One of them, I had no idea! Two are for family friends who now are having children. I guess I have moved to a different stage in my life. Now, if only I had some grandchildren to make quilts for!

  96. Aunt Marti says:

    Steph, I love Lily Ashbury fabrics. I used the last collection for my project quilt at last October’s quilt retreat in McCall, Idaho. Maybe I’ll do the same this year?

  97. Alice says:

    I’m going to start working on the Tokyo Subway quilt by Elizabeth Hartman and the Promenade quilt by Basic Grey! But that is going to take a while!
    Would love to visit Vancouver sometime!

  98. Gina S. says:

    Dress for my granddaughter and a table runner. Love the colors in Gypsy girls.

  99. Barb Glaeser says:

    Cute web/blog. Love the colors in your fabric. Thanks for the info on Vancouver too. My next two projects are my daughter’s wedding quilt, which I am designing as I sew and a wool needle keep for a friend.

  100. One of my next projects will be the weekly blocks from Barbara Brackman commemorating the Women’s Rights. I’m also working on an applique quilt from the book A Bountiful Life. Thanks for the cute block–the fabrics are so cheerful!

  101. Laura Penner says:

    How about 10 plus projects. I am going to finish quilt aid usa from 2010 and 2011. Thanks for the block.

  102. June says:

    My next two projects will probably be hand pieced. A table runner and a pillow, I think. Gypsy Girl is super cute! Love the bright colors!

  103. trillium says:

    My next 2 projects are a patch quilt featuring butterfly fabrics and a Bali Pops quilt kit.

  104. Kristy says:

    I have several things cut, pinned and ready to sew…..bibs, burpclothes and little coloring totes.
    Thanks for the giveaway and lovely glimpse of your home. :)

  105. Barbara says:

    My current two projects are a Grandmother’s Flower Garden that I piece by hand in the evenings by the TV and a scrappy quilt by Bonnie Hunter. Thanks for the giveaway.

  106. rosa says:

    Your city looks beautiful.II have many projects to choose and the next two is finish the last block of the QAL how far you go to QAL? and two Dear Jane blocks and finish hadquilting the Reinders Game QAL wallhanging!!These are my gools for this week and hope to do all .
    Thanks for the giveawy!!

  107. Beth Strand says:

    Oh, my next three projects, not counting the UFO’s? Well, up on my list is a t-shirt quilt for my daughter, a sewing machine cover for each of the three machines I use regularly, and Christmas quilts for all the beds in my house, oh, and a set of Doctor Who quilts…we’ve got a tremendous number of Doctor Who fans in the family. Thanks for the tour, I’ve visited Vancouver a couple of times and I agree…it is a beautiful place!

  108. Marja van de Nes says:

    After having finished a City Quilt for my son I am going to make a jelly roll quilt and a ragtime quilt.

  109. Stitch124 says:

    My next two projects are:

    1) Atkinson Designs – Yellow Brick Road….This is going to be my first quilt on my own since taking my first quilting class.

    2) Eye Candy Quilt – Designed by Melisa Morrison of Sweet Home Quilt Company – Conyers GA – one of the top ten quilt shops in the country chosen by Quilt Sampler Magazine in the Fall/Winter 2012 issue.

    Sure would love some new fabric to make the Eye-Candy Quilt. My husband is unemployed and I don’t have any extra cash for fabric so this would be a wonderful early Christmas gift to me!

    Thanks,
    Stitch124

  110. Marilee says:

    I am taking the nosegay class from Linda Ballard today. Your giveaway fabrics would be perfect. I also plan to make a table runner.

  111. Hello fellow Vancouverite. I am afraid I was not born here but I love it here and won’t go back to where I came from any time soon. My next two projects are my daughter’s halloween costume (Harley Quinn from batman) and then back to quilts, baby quilts and matching diaper bags to start. Then some Xmas stuff.
    That is inbetween crocheting, being a taxi for everyone and making 60 cheerleader box for my other daughter’s cheer teams.
    I love the bright florals and always have. This fabric is just so happy.

  112. Potpourri says:

    Thanks for the upddate on Vancouver one of my favourite cities. I am going to be making placemats and a quilt for as baby boy in the next few weeks.
    I love your fabric designs. Thanks for the giveaway opportuntity.

  113. Jane says:

    Love visiting Vancouver, it is a lovely city. My next quilt projects is a flannel quilt for my son-in-law and a scrap quilt for me!

  114. Rosemary says:

    Love your fabrics, such bright cheery colors. It’s great to learn about hometowns especially ones I haven’t yet visited. Vancouver is beautiful. Your little patchwork is very cute. Thanks for the opportunity to win some fantastic fabric-what a treat!

  115. Bertha Mallard says:

    I have a bucket list of quilts I hope to get to one of these days. The next two, those I have fabric and patterns or ideas for are a quilt for our adult son and a log cabin from a collection of 1 1/2 inch scrap strips. My son uses his daughter’s quilt all the time so I think it’s time I made one for him. It’s masculine, of course and called “Brick Road.” I’ve been cutting strips from scraps for over a year now, and I’m sure I have enough for a sofa quilt.

  116. Marguerite Guinn says:

    My next sewing project is a wall-quilt for Halloween! Spooky jack-o-lanterns with quirky faces! The project after that will be a Christmas quilt – still picking out fabrics for this one! Love your gypsy girl fabric!

  117. Vickie says:

    I love Gypsy Girl ! Right now I am working on a dresden plate using the GG layer cake. I have a pic of it posted on my FB page. My 2nd thing is a sawtooth star from cowboy prints for my husband.

  118. Sandy says:

    Next 2 projects are to quilt and to finish piecing another quilt.

  119. Violeta says:

    My projects are continuations. I need to finish a quilt I started for my 6 year old daughter before she no longer likes the pink giraffe she asked for in her blanket, and I need to finish 8 Swoon blocks to complete the 16 total I’m making for my king size bed. Now that summer is over, I better get back to it!

  120. Verna says:

    I have so many projects going right now, it’s hard to pick just two! But high on the list are finishing an easy jelly roll quilt and finishing up quilting my batik ‘Split Decision’ quilt.

  121. Janet says:

    I love Vancouver on a sunny day :0) My sister lives there so I hear all about the rain. My next 2 sewing projects will be winter jammies for 3 of my kids. I’d love to sew something up with your lovely fabric collection – thanks for the chance!

  122. Phyllis says:

    I love Gypsy Girl! The colors are great! I plan on making some totes and sewing up a fall panel.

  123. Sara says:

    My next two projects are working on a pile of vintage eight point stars, to applique them to a background and finish them into a quilt top. The other project is to quilt a large bear’s paw quilt in green and cream fabrics!
    Thanks for the chance of a give away!

  124. VickiT says:

    Those are gorgeous fabrics. Such pretty colors. My next two projects are a little quilt for my 7 month old Granddaughter and some bibs/burp cloths and more little pants for her. Also, once I find a pattern I like, I’m going to make my husband a holder of some type for his tablet so it’s protected as he has nothing right now and it makes me nervous.

  125. Beth Beal says:

    Wow, what a beautiful city! I am currently working on a block of the month quilt from Shabby Fabrics called Sweetheart House and I am also working on an appliqued purse of my own design for the holiday season that utilizes the tree shapes in a deep blue batik fabric I have against a nice deep golden swirl pattern. Gypsy Girl sure is lively!

  126. Nanette says:

    Your Moda fabrics are beautiful! I love the Gypsy Girl collection! Love the bright colors! Something from that collection should be my next sewing project! I’m presently working on a One Block Wonders quilt after taking a class from Maxine Rosenthal. She was very inspiring! I would also like to make my little Yorkie a small quilt for her bed. I just sewed up and finished a cross stitch Christmas stocking for my new little granddaughter

  127. Rebecca S. says:

    My girls will love that fabric! I’m currently in the midst of making two coordinating quilts for my two darling girls. After that I have throw quilt for my Mom and hopefully some aprons as Christmas gifts.

  128. Becky Greene says:

    My next two projects are a Great-Granny Square Quilt and a Postage Stamp scrap quilt. Love Gypsy Girl – thanks for the chance to win!

  129. The next two projects I have lined up are new pillow covers for the living room and a new purse for myself. Thanks for the sampler block and giveaway!

  130. good morning, I always have lots of projects going at the same time. I am in the works of piecing a double nine patch from all my scraps since I learned to quilt 8 years ago. I am working on a wool crazy quilt, and I am working on putting together a quilt with the sunbonnet sue blocks that my 84 year mom and i embroidered.
    Love your fabrics thank you for the chance Kathy

  131. Janet says:

    My next 2 projects – first is a quilt using coral and taupe fabric we bought in Hawaii, and next is yet another quilt using the Ruby line. Does it count that I have 11 other ongoing projects?

    Thanks for the opportunity – love your Gypsy Girl!

  132. Kay Mc says:

    I am getting ready to start Speck by Miss Rosie for an online Schnibble a month I am participating in & after that I will make Hubble for the same group. I am also working on some burp cloths made out of cloth diapers, fabric & ribbon for a couple of new babies.

  133. Mary Jo says:

    Your new fabric is lovely! My next project is an I-pad cover for a friend. The other two will be finishes. My daughter will be married in Dec and I haven’t finished her quilt yet. I have another quilt that is near finished I want to finish and several, many unfinished projects. Thanks for the tour of Vancouver.

  134. Amber says:

    First I have to say I just LOVE all your fabrics!

    I moved in July and have been going back and forth between my old job and my new place so i haven’t had the time to unpack my sewing room. In three weeks I’ll be done working, so I am anxious to unpack my stuff and get to sew again.

    My first project is going to be a black and white (with hints of bright pink and lime green) quilt, I’m planning on doing the new sewing space in the basement (white walls grey floor) in black and white with pops of these colors. The other project is going to be a slipcover for the sofa in the sewing space–in HOT PINK denim. Can’t wait to get to be creative again!

  135. Judith H says:

    My next two projects are first to finish putting together my Farmer’s Wife Sampler Quilt and to start on my next quilt called U-Taupe-ia and I should start thinking about Christmas gifts! Thank you for the giveaways!

  136. Doreen B says:

    Your fabric line is gorgeous. I’d love to use it to make some dresses for my 2 granddaughters – so that would be my next 2 projects. I live in Aldergrove, so just a stones throw from you. Nice to see a designer from Vancouver.

  137. Donna says:

    My next two projects are a wonky log cabin pattern from the Stitchin Post where I’m experimenting with some color ideas. Who knows what will happen? My second is Smith Mtn Morning from a Bonnie Hunter class and it’s a huge quilt. This ought to keep me out of trouble and off the streets of McCormick SC.
    Gypsy Girl is a very appealing line. Just have to think of a quilt for it.

  138. bee says:

    i’d love to visit Vancouver – looks so pretty! i’m currently working on a quilt for my brother and am making blocks for another fun quilt and piecing backing together for my Swoon quilt. busybusy. :)

  139. Cindi P says:

    My next two projects are a jacket for my granddaughter amd machine quilting a fall quilt that I finished the top last year, thanks for the chance to win!

  140. Jandy says:

    Your fabric is so striking!! As soon as I get the binding sewn on to a quilt I just finished I plan to make a flannel baby quilt and then I would like to start the lattice design quilt.

  141. Inka says:

    The next project will be a throw for my couch because autumn is on its way and I like to cuddle with a quilt while watching TV or knitting socks or binding a quilt. And then I will finish the binding of my christmas quilt wallhanging that did not get finished last year. And after that I have a layer cake of Summer House waiting to be sewn in a quilt for summer. I am thinking of the Lattice quilt pattern from Amy from Diary of a Quilter because you can see all of that beautiful fabric.
    Greetings from Germany, Inka

  142. Mary Ann says:

    Oh I love Gypsy, so happy and fresh! My next projects? I am working on 2 holiday quilts for Christmas gifts, using Juingle fabric by Anne Keele and Radio Way pattern by Jaybird quilts….does that count as one or two…lol. My second project is Ginger stalks by Beyond the Reed. I am using Field Study by Anna Marai Horner and mixing in some batiks and old lines. Thanks again!

  143. My next two sewing projects are a baby quilt for my niece’s little girl who is due to arrive in December and a princess costume for a great niece.

  144. kathi schaffer says:

    next two projects: 1) a lady bug jumper for my newest grand daughter and 2) a pair of coveralls for her big (2yrs old) brother. stacks of quilts waiting their turn for hand quilting after that!

  145. Rhonda says:

    Baby quilts, one for a girl (already born, I’m behind!) and one for a boy due in November. Thanks for chance to win your lovely fabric! (PS-vacationed in Seattle about 7 or 8 years ago and spent a day in Vancouver; it was just beautiful. Went to Stanley Park and up in a really tall building downtown (can’t remember the name) and we’ve got pictures made in front of the big clock you pictured (can’t remember its name either!). A very enjoyable day…..

  146. Susan K says:

    My next two sewing projects – that’s a hard one – which ones to pick? I always have at least 10 ideas floating around and started. I do have 3 Texas quilts to make for my 3 sons for Christmas, so I’d better get started on them. Then I’ll get to those others sitting there waiting for their turn.

  147. Rae says:

    A quilt for my son and son-in-law, and a purse for me. Thanks for the giveaway!

  148. I have several projects to start on, one for my grandson. His birthday is two months away and for his mom too. Two quilts before Nov. and another before January. Oh my! Also, our Guild has a show in Nov. too. After all this, I am due for a long VACATION. British Columbia has been on my bucket list for the last 10 years and after reading your post It I want to be there today. Love your pattern and fabric. Thanks for sharing…Judith, Texas

  149. Melanie says:

    Wow, your Gypsy Girl fabrics just make you smile. I think I need some to make my daughter a quilt! Next I plan to make a sewing machine cover and then start on a quilt for my son.

  150. Julie A. says:

    I am getting ready to quilt a deer scene quilt and am finishing up a farm scene quilt. Thanks for a great giveaway.

  151. Terri U says:

    My next project is a lap quilt featuring Fig tree fabric and then I have several pillowcases that I need to get sewn for the Pillowcase challenge. Not sure what will come after that but there are still several bins with kits in them.

  152. Next up for me are some fall and Halloween table toppers – perhaps I will have a chance to play with wool and hand applique to add to my toppers. I also have to finish a few projects that are gathering dust, and make a new fall/winter tote.
    Loved your pics of Van – made me think of my visits there and the fun I had.

  153. Kathy K says:

    Grandbaby #8 is arriving in December so that is my next project. I just recently decided to make pillow cases for our nursing home that my father-in-law resides at. That is a project that my daughter will help me with. I think Gypsy would really brighten up the resident and their rooms. Thanks for sharing all your talent with us!!!!

  154. Brenda C. says:

    My next two sewing projects will be to finish Oh My Stars by American Girl and to work on a scrap pineapple.

  155. Well, I’m in the middle of two sewing projects right now. When they’re finished, I plan to start a quilt for one of my daughters and then I’ll make a Christmas quilt. Gypsy girl is so lovely!

  156. Tammy W. says:

    Love Vancouver and your pictures are beautiful! My next two sewing projects are Christmas table runners!

  157. judith says:

    I have fallen in love with making ‘Little Quilts’. I have 3 projects cut and ready to sew. I hope to finish those and then get my plan ready for my winter sewing projects.

  158. Lacey S. says:

    My next two sewing projects include. . .picking out sashing for 12 quilt blocks I just finished embroidering and finishing some holiday placemats (to hopefully be ahead of the Christmas shopping game this year!) LOVE the new fabric–can’t wait to sew with some :)

  159. Lori Fedorek says:

    I am from Oil City, PA. Love your fabrics, they are so bright and cheerful. I am making a baby quilt for my new little “Bella” girl. I am also making the Farmers Wife quilt in brights.

  160. Samantha says:

    my next three sewing projects are: #1 working on my kaleidoscope quilt using the tutorial from don’t call me betsy #2 some applique baby onsies for a baby shower #3 hexagon placemats from the hexa go go book Thanks for the giveaway of your gorgeous fabrics and making our town look so lovely :)

  161. Marilyn Snow says:

    I have some PJ’s for my husband and skirt for my daughter on the list! I love the cheerful colors of your Gypsy Girl line!!

  162. Bunny says:

    I’m working on a quilt for my teenaged daughter. I’d like to sew some matching pillows as well. After that I really should finish up my king-sized quilt that I’ve been working on for a couple of years. Yikes!

  163. Wendy says:

    Your Gypsy Girl line is so cute! I absolutely love it! I’m currently working on a really cute quilt using Mr. Potato Head fabric and when that’s finished, it’s on to a throw using Scottie Dog Fabrics! I can hardly wait to get started!

  164. Holly says:

    My next two sewing projects are a quilt for my daughter who got married recently and then some Christmas table runners. But I would love, love to sew up some of these Sew Sweet Sampler blocks. Gypsy girl is delightful!

  165. Rose says:

    I am embroidering some Halloween shirts for my grandkids and am working on a quilt for myself

  166. QuiltSue says:

    I am about to make a tabletopper and then I will be making some mug rugs for Christmas.

  167. Lenis says:

    I love the bright cheerful colors in your Gypsy line. My next projects are actually quilts started some time ago and stashed until now. I have been making each of my 5 children their own new quilts this year and I have one more to go.

  168. EEEEP!!!!!!!!!! A fellow Vancouverite?????? (You just made my day!)
    My husband and I are from Vancouver as well, born and raised. We moved to Illinois (Chicago) last year for his job and can I just say:
    I MISS THE MOUNTAINS AND THE OCEAN!!!!!! And your pictures just made me wanna cry – even the one of the rain. It hardly ever rains here in Chicago. I never thought I’d say it, but I miss the rain. I really do!
    Your fabric collections are stunning. They really are!
    (Ok, I think enough exclamation marks for one comment….)
    My next two projects: I’m finishing up an Eye-Spy Brown Bear, Brown Bear play-quilt for my daughter, and the second is a queen-sized quilt for my mom’s bed.
    Thank you for the opportunity to win, and thank you for the reminder of home today. :)

  169. Maryellen says:

    Gypsy Girl is so sweet! My next projects will be a lap quilt and a table runner. I usually alterate sizes so I can finish something quickly, and move on to the next! Great pictures! Thanks.

  170. Misty West says:

    Thank you for a chance to win such cute fabric! My next two projects are a bumper pad to go with the quilt I made for my best friend’s new baby boy and a quilt for a cousin who has a baby girl on the way.

  171. Rebecca says:

    I am working on monthly minis from a quilt shop. But I am also working on a Christmas favorites by Art to Heart then I want to do Vintage Tin by Crabapple Hill.

  172. Jo Hand says:

    I love Moda blog hops because I always discover new (to me) designers. I have fallen in love with your fabrics! My next 2 projects are quilting already pieced quilt tops that have been waiting about 2 years for me to get to them. Usually I piece and then immediately quilt, but I decided to try just piecing several tops (I have 4 waiting to be quilted now.) and then quilt, quilt, quilt. Well, that didn’t really work because I just wanted to keep piecing more quilts! Now I must buckle down and get 2 of them finished so I can play with new fabrics — hopefully Gypsy Girl.

  173. Judi says:

    I had to laugh thinking about my “next two” projects. I’ll get to start those when I finish the current 20 I’m already working on – ha. I suppose next though, I will do a quilt for my bed in the camper – maybe Delectable Stars, a Tetris quilt or Stained Glass. Love black and bright, so I’m sure it will be that color. And then I want to do another embroidery project – maybe something with a Christmas theme. Time will tell. Thanks for sharing about Vancouver. British Columbia is on my bucket list – along with a trip to Alaska. :)

  174. Laura K says:

    I need to start the quilt for my husband that I have been planning for several years. I also need to start my kids Halloween costumes! I better get busy. Thank you for the chance to win.

  175. Mary says:

    I love your Gypsy Girl – where I live we don’t see too many fabrics. I’m really excited about this line & I may have to visit a bigger city in order to find some. Right now I’m working on a Scarecrow quilt and a Grandmother’s Flower Garden that was started in the 1930′s. I have lots of things that I need to make for Christmas, so I better get all that figured out.

  176. Brenda Kempton says:

    I am making a Debbie Caffrey pattern “Coyote Tracks” and an easy precut pattern I found on Missouri Quilt Co. tutorial. I love the bright pinks in Gypsy Girl!

  177. Lisa Fellman says:

    Oh, I have so many projects to work on next……a fall pumplkin table runner, and a halloween themed lap quilt. Halloween is a month and a 1/2 away…..I better get moving!

    Your blog is beautiful! I haven’t been here before but I will be back!!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win some goodies!

  178. GwenH says:

    For my next 2 projects I will be working on finishing the layer cake quilt I’m making for my little sister and the other will be starting a quilt for my older sister. Love the Gypsy Girl line, it has lots of my favorite colors. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  179. Lorrie McD. says:

    Hallowe’en table runner.
    Hallowe’en place mats.
    Also, can’t open your freebie from today. Says the file is damaged. I don’t know if anyone else is having this problem.

  180. Diane R. says:

    Love “Gypsy Girl” — such a bright, fun line! I’m starting on some Christmas items, so my next 2 projects are a Chrstmas stocking for a friend, and a Christmas pillow.

  181. Kelli says:

    My parents took me to Vancouver when I was a girl, and someday I hope to take my two daughters there! My next two projects are 10 flannel receiving blankets for a local charity (Southern California town of Fallbrook) and a Halloween wall hanging that I’ll be stitching with my friend who’s recovering from cancer treatments. A happy sewing day wish to you!! ♥

  182. Dyann says:

    My next two projects are quilts, one as a thank you gift and the other a Christmas gift. With Christmas just around the corner there will be more projects in the making :)

  183. Susan Bailey says:

    Vancouver looks and sounds wonderful. Hopefully one day I’ll be able to visit and bring my umbrella along. I have a Buggy Barn quilt in the making and need to start on an applique project called Remembering Tree as a Christmas gift for my new granddaughter. I kind of get distracted when I’m working on projects and start too many before finishing any! Your fabric lines are just so happy and eye catching!!

  184. Iva says:

    Vancouver looks beautiful! Must add this to my buck list of places to visit. Thank you very much for the pattern. My plans, now that the dust has settled from building and moving into a new home, is to finish a university-themed quilt for my younger son; and to finish a mystery quilt. After that…there are just so many options to choose from!

  185. Corinne says:

    I am working on three different quilts right now and have a ton of sewing projects lined up for my first nephew who will be arriving in December. I also have a few purses to make as Christmas gifts, among other things! I should have started my presents earlier, it is going to be a busy Fall!

  186. Hildy says:

    My next project will be the Schnibbles for october (I’ve chosse Bounce). And then I plan a Halloween/autumn quilt but I’m still unsure about the pattern. Thanks for the giveaway and greetings from germany, Hildy

  187. Lyndsay says:

    My next two projects are 1) the Mystery Block of the Month Quilt from Fat Quarter Shop using Vintage Modern Fabric by Bonnie & Camille and 2) make a baby blanket for my niece who will be having a baby boy sometime around the end of January. :)

  188. wendy says:

    It’s nice to meet a local person, I was born and raised in Van as well. I looked forward to the PNE every year and going on that scary rollercoaster. I was terrified but that was the thrill. New fabric would get me out of my slump, but for now I’m going to be working on finishing a couple of projects, I just finished 2 Christmas projects and a huge red and white quilt.

  189. Tina Osborne says:

    One of my next sewing project’s better be my BOM for quilt class it is on Wed and I haven’t got it done yet. tha other one is to add boarders and binding to a quilt top I finished last week. Then I think it will be making Halloween costumes for Grandchildren. Thank you for the Sampler Block.

  190. My next two projects — finish my Half-Square Triangle challenge quilt top – still deciding if I should add some applique and then to finish my Dog Days of Summer Challenge quilt. Then to top that all off – I have a little baby quilt that needs to be quilted and I was also asked to machine quilt the guilds opportunity quilt top and that is pinned and ready to go (just waiting for the nerve to start that one.)

    You said two – I gave you twice as much. Such is the life of a quilter. thanks for sharing Vancouver with us. I’ve visited once for a very short time on the way home from an Alaskan Cruise.

  191. Carolyn says:

    My next two projects will be samplers to try out my new sewing machine – probably made into totes so they’ll be practical, too.

    Your city and your fabrics are lovely. :-)

  192. Heartsdesire says:

    I’m working on a project called Martin’s Pennies using Civil War fabrics, and my next project will be a 9 patch using a large assortment of reds. Love your photos, I recognized the first one instantly as I lived in Vancouver for over 40 years. I’m now retired and living just north of Victoria. It’s lovely here. Almost as lovely as your beautiful Gipsy Girl fabric. This would be the perfect collection for a quilt for my 12-year-old granddaughter.

  193. Sharon says:

    My next project is a sample I am making for the local quilt shop. When that is done I have a small pumpkin wall hanging I would like to make in time to hang for the fall season.

  194. Becky S says:

    Vancouver sounds wonderful! I hope I have the chance to visit sometime. My next two sewing projects are a Spools quilt (pattern by Camille Roskelly) and some pencil cases for my nieces. Thanks for the cute quilt block pattern and the chance to win. The Gypsy Girl fabrics are beautiful!!!

  195. Joanna says:

    Vancouver looks beautiful. My next two sewing projects are an apron for autumn and and autumn theme quilt, probably maple leaves. You are right that Gypsy Girl is cheerful, fun and colorful. Those prints look great.

  196. Brenda Hulsey says:

    It looks like my next 2 sewing projects will be on going for some time! I have a new grandbaby and my first Great grand baby both due in March od next year! As soon as I find out what sex the babies are then I will be sewing baby quilts, bibs, burb cloths… well you get the ideal!

  197. Bree says:

    funny enough, my current sewing project is a quilt with a pattern called Gypsy Dance. After that, I have several tree skirts I’m working on – Christmas comes early ’round here!

  198. Danielle says:

    My next projects are a UFO that should be done by the end of the week and then Chintz pattern by Fig Tree.

  199. Tami says:

    My next two projects are a Halloween quilt and an Autumn wallhanging…..thank you for the chance to win some of your beautiful fabric!!

  200. Mary Jo says:

    Your fabric is so happy and bright! Love your block-pieced blocks are my favorite!

  201. Janine Huisjen says:

    I just finished piecing a modern quilt style wall hanging for a wedding present, and I also have a fall leaf wall hanging that I made last spring for my stairway, so I need to get to work and quilt those two. Gypsy Girl is adorable.

  202. Wendy Close says:

    A baby quilt and 3 little boy jamies.
    Thanks for this opportunity.
    Wendy

  203. Pat says:

    Vancoouver looks like any big city in the USA. My next projects are getting started on Christmas gifts – a bag for granddaughter, lots of table runners. I love your fabrics, they are so colorful.

  204. debra says:

    Two projects for my younger son a fraternity t-shirt king size quilt which i am ashamed to admit is 10 yrs past its due date and a military quilt of all his travels. A quilt for my grandaughter from bunny hill the pumpkin one i know thats 3. thanks for the opportunity to win

  205. Alice says:

    Vancouver is just gorgeous! I loved all the hanging baskets we saw on our quick visit a few years back. I have too many projects to mention, but at the machine now is a top secret project for my husband for Christmas. I love your new fabric. It will be perfect for my sophomore in college niece. The line is her social club’s colors so it will be perfect. I love the block! Thanks.

  206. Pat S says:

    I have 2 quilts cut and ready to go! I think I would enjoy visiting Vancouver, it’s beautiful.

  207. I would love to visit your area some day, such a beautiful place and a diverse city.
    I work on multiple projects at a time, so I am finishing up some quilts, working on a few kid’s charity quilts and then I will start working on some christmas projects from Quiltmania.

    Debbie

  208. Richy Jr says:

    I’m planning on working on a Christmas quilt and a Halloween quilt. your new line would make a really cute baby quilt that she could grow up with….

  209. laurel says:

    if i’m currently working on two baby quilts and am planning a third (i am having a baby girl in a few weeks, as are two friends – what am i THINKING starting all these right now?) does that count as a project? LOL. I’m also planning three coordinating twin-sized i-spy quilts for my soon-to-be three little girls… That’s going to be an undertaking!

  210. Conny says:

    Wow, awesome fabric you designed, I love the brightness of it! It will look great in combination with white, like you did in your great sampler block! Till now I have one wishquilt in blue and white, from the book blocks from the past (I start collecting the fabrics yet), and I think when I might win your gorguous designed fabric I will make something with the pattern from your sampler block and use some leftovers in a project I am still working on: bright mini baskets (on white)
    Anyway Thank you for this great give away and your nice story learned me about Vancouver (I am from the Netherlands) Have a nice day!

  211. Heather Lee says:

    I’m always sewing :-) Hmmm my next two projects will be finishing up my Kleenex Kozies and probably making some crayon rolls for Christmas.

  212. Karen E says:

    I am finishing up a bubble outfit for my granddaughter, and then will start a new quilt for Christmas. Then I will start sewing for the next grandbaby due in January!

  213. mandee says:

    well i am currently trying to finish up my son’s “shark” quilt because that is what he keeps asking me for and then as i have identical twin girls (2 years old) i will be making them quilts. i am trying to get them all finished up before christmas. wish me luck!

    thanks for the opportunity to win.

  214. Dawn says:

    My next two sewing projects – subject to change by a new inspiration, review of my fabric stash, or the shifting winds… – are a Halloween pillowcase for my grandson and completeing the baby quilt I started 26 years ago for my son! :-) Thank you for the pattern and the chance to win your gorgeous Gypsy Girl fabric! I love your bold and fun fabric line!

  215. Svanhild says:

    I’m working on two bags, both made to order. Then I’m going to make an advent tablerunner for my mum, as a gift.

  216. phyllisvb says:

    I am currently working on pillow cases and a baby quilt. I really have many projects going at one time. I have a large space and can leave projects hanging till I get inspired. Would love to start some fall projects.
    I live in northern Wi. lots of time to quilt in the winter

  217. CaraQuilts says:

    YAY for another Canadian!! I adore Vancouver, my sister lived there for a few years. Just so gorgeous. I’m from the center of the universe, or Ontario as it’s known to non-Canadians lol

    Next projects are a lap quilt for my hubby, not that he doesn’t have several but he “needs” an Alabama one for during football. Yes he actually said it was a need.

    After that I need to make up some zippy bags, and an ipod carry wristlet for my daughter. And there are always quilts to be made!

  218. Monica says:

    My next two projects should be finishing some UFO’s but I have plans to do a Rob Peter to Pay Paul quilt and a scrappy little four patch quilt that I found in a magazine.

  219. Christy Gough says:

    I am working on a mystery block of the month quilt and I will be making a baby quilt for my husband’s coworker.

  220. Tiara says:

    I am working on a drunkard path and in color order’s half square triangle block of the month using Christmas fabric! And one day a single girl quilt

  221. Marsha Smith says:

    Your new line is so pretty! My next two projects are to bind a vintage quilt that a family friend found in his mother’s things after she passed. He wants to use it on a bed in his home. Then, I really need to finish up on several Vintage Spool quilts I have in progress…but, I think I will slip a dress or two in there somewhere for my granddaughter.

  222. Michelle says:

    My next two projects entail a making a quilt for someone special for Christmas and finishing up a mystery quilt that has an October deadline! :)

  223. Mimi Becky says:

    My next two projects include a baby quilt for our 3rd grandchild. In 4 weeks, we will know if the baby is a boy or a girl. Once I know I will choose a pattern and fabric….I can hardly wait!! Our 2 granddaughters live nearby, but this new little one is miles away in Holland.

    Other projects include small totes designed by Bari J, who lives in a neighboring town. Newly retired from teaching at the college level, I have MANY projects in the wings.

  224. Syd says:

    Having lived in West Vancouver during High School, it was fun to read this tour. I find your fabric lines so happy and airy. I am recovering an umbrella and finishing the quilting process on two quilts. Thanks for sharing this pattern.

  225. Staci says:

    My next two project will both be quilts. One will be quilt in solid Autumnal colors, and the other will feature appliquéd circles in bright summery prints. In the mean time, I’ll be binding a finished quilt and finishing up a top done in blue batiks. I have to have several things going ’cause I have the attention span of a gnat! =)
    Your new line is gorgeous. I love the vibrant colors and patterns.

  226. Ethel Snow says:

    Hi, Vancouver girl from another one. My next two planned projects are a split 9 patch using large florals and a lap quilt out of one of the new Moda layer cakes where i split , insert and resew.. Which Moda, you ask. As it is to be a surprise, I cannot tell. LOVE your happy colours and prints. I do believe I have cut some into 2 1/2″ squares for dolly quilts this year. Ethel Snow

  227. Jane says:

    My next two projects will be a planned scrappy quilt and a kit quilt in fall colors, unless something else comes up & I go astray. Thanks!

  228. Lynda H says:

    I need to finish the binding on the oversized king quilt for my son, and the 5 t-shirt quilts that are in various stages of completion all before Christmas. I just signed up for three one day classes and I also am working on the Merry Merry Christmas BOM through my local LQS. By the way, I live in the “other” Vancouver, Vancouver, WA.

  229. Sheri says:

    I am currently working on my Dear Jane and just finished the center part of the quilt with all the blocks last week. I am stitching the triangle border at present. I also have a crazy quilt type pumpkin pattern on my table with some fabrics and would like to complete that this fall as well.

  230. Gale says:

    I am presently working on two quilts from past quiltville mysteries. I do hope to get them done for Christmas gifts. Hard to stay focused with all the beautiful blocks on this blog hop. Love your Gypsy Girl fabrics.

  231. Kimberly Kocan says:

    Hi. My next two projects will be a Charm quilt And a pillow for my newly painted room!

  232. Sarina says:

    What cute, fun fabric! Well… my next two projects are a quilt for myself (cuz I never seem to keep anything I make!) and there are a whole bunch of other projects vieing to be “next”… Christmas pajamas, a Nutcracker quilt or bag or something for my daughter, baby quilts for family members, etc…

  233. Nancy A says:

    I’m on a finishing kick, so my next two sewing projects are piecing together a stack of blocks that have been ignored for far too long and adding binding to a quilt for Project Linus. Thanks for the great giveaway! Vancouver looks wonderful except for all that rain. I live in Denver where we have 300+ days of sunshine a year. Wanna trade weather for a bit? We could use a bit of rain and I’d be happy to share some of our sunshine.

  234. Sandy Hansen says:

    I love those fresh bright colors. They would make a cute doll quilt for the great grand baby. I’m making little zipper purses for Christmas gifts and they would be great for them.

  235. Stacey Larson says:

    I have so many unfinished projects my sign off from my email is “queen of unfinished projects” but my goal is to get “meandering stars” and my bindings on my finished quilts.

    This blog is fun and thanks for participating. You are new to me :)

  236. Sarah Russett says:

    My next two projects are a couple little mini charm pack quilts made from patterns in moda’s new booklet for candy packs. And also a postage stamp quilt. I would like to make some stockings for Christmas too. What can I say I have a lot I want to do! Lol. Thanks for the chance to win!

  237. Joann Montgomery says:

    My next 2 projects are big ones! I am starting a modern version of Dear Jane and am getting ready to start a new BOM from Laundry Basket quilts. Hopefully I’ll be able to put Gypsy Girl in my Dear Jane!
    Joann in Annapolis

  238. Marie A says:

    Your fabric is so fun! I am known by my choice of “drab” fabrics but I am itching to move over to the FUN side! I have been buying polka dots and colorful fabrics, oh my! I have my eyes on a really fun basket quilt pattern and some really fun flowers. thanks for sharing your hometown and your lovely fabric.

  239. Misty says:

    I plan to make a lap quilt for myself and I would like to make a quilt for my daughters queen size bed. Your new fabrics would work fantastically.

  240. Kristen says:

    My next two projects are to finish a Halloween quilt and a cute tote bag!

  241. Pat F. says:

    I’m working on a birthday quilt for an almost 3 year old girl and then have a couple of purse patterns to make for myself. I am also doing a miniature challenge quilt with my sister and need to get started on it soon so it gets in the mail on time. Really pretty new line!

  242. LeAnn H. says:

    I am so excited that my next two projects are ones I was hired to do!!! I am making a woman two T-shirt quilts for her daughters who were both quite nostalgic and kept everything (according to Mom). Anyway, I’ve never made one before and am really looking forward to it.

  243. Deborah Lancaster says:

    Hi! I love the colors of your new collection! I am working on UFOs at the moment – will first finish a bag for a friend, and then will work on a wedding quilt for a couple that was married two years ago! By then I will be in desperate need of a brand new project. :-)

  244. Candy says:

    My next 2 projects are an apron with a quilted yoke for my sister and an oversized pillow cover with an applique angel. Then I’ll be ready to start the Christmas projects…I hope! Your Gypsy Girl line is adorable. Thank you for the block pattern.

  245. LeAnne L says:

    My next project is a cover for my Kindle Fire I ordered. Not sure what my next one will be. I have three projects in the works right now I have to finish up. I need to get started on some Christmas presents/projects so I really do need to get my thinking cap on.

  246. Robin Chapa says:

    I am working on a “Swoon” quilt and I’m going to quilt a jelly-roll quilt that I finished years ago :)
    ~robin
    welchrobin@hotmail.com

  247. Diana Tatro says:

    I Love your Gypsy Fabric !!! My next 2 projects HAVE to be a Patriotc Quilt and a Red and White Quilt for a special exhibit. I am always working on a Sue Spargo BOM and I am peddling fast to try to catch up !!

  248. Miss Jean says:

    I am hoping to work on Spools by Thimbleberries made out of Pappilon fabric. Then I plan on making a disappearing 9-patch using Little Black Dress fabric. Oh, and pillowcases for the grandsons.

  249. mary salmon says:

    Hi Stephanie!
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful city.I have gone by Vancouver on my brother’s boat but have never visited. I want to so very much.
    I adore your new Gypsy line…that fabric suits me to a T! I hope I win…and I love your block. Thanks so much.
    My next two projects will be use some of the jelly rolls I win and make a quilt with Moda’s layer cake…French General, I believe.
    I want to make the tube quilt that can be made in an hour for a Christmas gift and I want to make a quilt for me to cuddle when it is winter….if it ever gets cold here in Central Texas! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Love,
    Mary

  250. Sandi says:

    I have spent the last year doing nothing but UFO’S I am binding #27. . I am ready to start something new!!!!!But I did what I set out to do. I’m Looking at a block of the month and a stained glass quilt for my next projects.

  251. Patsy Booher says:

    My next two sewing projects are quilts for each of my granddaughters for Christmas. One is currently in progress and the other is yet to come!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  252. Pam H says:

    Love the colors in this line! I have 2 grand daughters and a 3rd grand daughter on the way and my next few projects will probably be for them. My 2 latest projects are an Oh My Gosh quilt (pattern Sue Garmen) and Pinwheel Garden (pattern Lisa Bongean) I’m having a lot of fun with small pieces!

  253. Pam Gardner says:

    My next 2 projects- a Halloween quilt for my grandkids and probably a Christmas quilt. By the way-Vancouver is on my list of places I would love to go.

  254. Polly Hada says:

    My next two projects are finishing up a darling quilt for one of my grand-children, Halle. We call her Halle Bug, so there will be a lady bug appliqued on a flower. Then working hard on “By My Hand” by Brenda Riddle. My lament, so many quilts, so little time!

  255. Wendy says:

    Love your fabric line Gypsy Girl ! I have two quilt tops to put together at the moment but my next project is a quilt for my Mum made with the Athill Range by Cabbages and Roses.

  256. diana says:

    my next two projects will be a quilt and something for my grandson,maybe a soft book, or a new tote for his cars. Love your block with the Gypsy Girl material. Thanks for the giveaway.

  257. Kathy H says:

    Next two projects: costumes for my daughter’s play and finishing a quilt top that’s been waiting around for a couple of years!

  258. Maureen says:

    Oh this is so exciting to have a Canadian in Moda’s Blog Hop!
    I’m currently trying to finish a table cover, working on a Dear Jane quilt, & preparing to make a “wintery” quilt for my friends birthday gift. But should I mention all the “little” projects in between?!
    Thanks for the chance at the give-away!

  259. Lou says:

    I am new to your site, but really like what I see! Next 2 projects are finishing up a flannel baby quilt for a dear friend and a large hand quilting project for myself. Thank you for the chance to win some beautiful fabric.

  260. Four dogs and one quilter says:

    Project #1: a Swoon quilt for my son and daughter-in-law for Christmas, Project #2: finish a Halloween quilt for my daughter. Love Gypsy Girl. Thanks for the chance to win.

  261. Kelly G says:

    I’ve got a t-shirt quilt on the table and a vintage repro I’m doing for a friend. Her great grandmother did some embroidery on muslin and I am putting them in a lap quilt.

  262. Mary Evans says:

    I have a 4-patch quilt made with clear pastel floral fabrics on the design wall at the moment, and next I will be making a lap quilt for a friend’s wedding gift.

    I like your Gypsy Girl brights! Also liked your Vancouver BC comments!

  263. Kate Brown says:

    I really love this fabric!! My next 2 projects , one is a quilt for the wondereful girl at Starbucks that always makes sure I have my coffee frappachinos even through all my my multiple hospital stays and the next few will be quilts for the kids at my daughters hospital. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

  264. sharon schmitz says:

    My next two projects are quilts for my mom and my mother-in-law. Think I’m gonna have to do quilts for my sister-in-laws too. :D

  265. Jeanne says:

    I just went to Vancouver, BC for the first time last summer!

    My next 2 projects will be…I’m working on a Halloween quilt for my 5 yr. old who was born on Halloween. And the next quilt is for my 7 year old’s birthday in January.

  266. Julie T. says:

    Pretty Fabrics! My current project is Stars & Sprigs by Kim McClean. It is patchwork and applique. The next one is Phoebe – more patchwork and applique. Then I am thinking of moving to The Civil War Brides quilt. Which iis – applique! Can you see a trend here? Thanks!

  267. Bonnie S. Harrell says:

    I LOVE your new fabric – how bright and beautiful! My next 2 projects are a purse that I have the fabric and pattern for and staring at me on my sewing table and Halloween candy bags for my 2 granddaughters. I will get them finished… I will, I will!

  268. Cindy in TN says:

    Your fabric is beautiful. Vancouver is on my bucket list of places to visit. I am making quilted initial pillows for all my family for Christmas, and I am going to make myself a gorgeous tote!

  269. El says:

    Love your new fabric! The next two project. . .hmmm – a baby quilt for a friend and Bonnie Hunter’s Talkin Turkey quilt!

  270. Carole Lee says:

    Oh, how fun Gypsy Girl fabric is. I just started a dolly quilt for my granddaughter and some doll clothes for her baby for Christmas. I also have a large quilt that I need to finish by a 60th B-day celebration in April so I need to start that project soon.

  271. sandi lee says:

    The photos you have shared are absolutely stunning – even the one of it raining – and your fabric is so bright and happy looking – I have several projects going at one time -

  272. Donna Baker says:

    beautiful block & fabrics – wow!! I started cutting to make a quilt for my husband, it was a kit from Skagway, AK where we went on a cruise in Aug. We also visited the beautiful Victoria, BC! My next other project will be a porta pockets purse insert for my larger bags. thanks for the chance to win!

  273. Chris Y. says:

    My next 2 projects will be a baby nursery with a quilt to match and some Christmas pillows–can’t wait to get started! Thank you for the chance to win this great fabric!

  274. Melody Wright says:

    I love Vancouver! It’s a beautiful place.
    My next two sewing projects are for Christmas. I am making some lap quilts for my parents. They are always cold and so to solve that problem, I’m making them matching quilts. I hope they like them.
    I’m also making some little bags for each of my grandchildren that will house some princess, and super hero peg people.
    I LOVE your fabric! Thanks for the give away

  275. Diana DeWitt says:

    I’m currently hand-quilting a quilt I made just before my husband became terminally ill. It’s been packed in a box for 22 years now (since his death), and I recently decided it’s time to finish it. Along with the quilt, I’m making mug rugs for gifts.

  276. Beth B. says:

    Love the bright colors! I am bound and determined that before I start a new project I finish my current (probably not too smart choose a quilt with over 144 small triangle squares for my second quilt…). Nonetheless, my next project will either be the Merry Go Round quilt by American Jane (seriously I have a problem with triangles) or I am intrigued by a two color daisy chain.

  277. Malinda says:

    Love, love love your fabric! Next 2 projects, is that started, wished for, buy fabric for, finishes? I’m really wanting to try some of the mini charms and I have promised my daughter an overnight bag – those two will probably be the nest 2 starts!

  278. Renate says:

    That fabric is absolutely beautiful! Perfect for my next project, a quilt for my niece. Then onto a hst quilt for my son.

  279. Lisa says:

    My next 3 projects:

    I’d like to make my step-daughter a mini-messenger back out of The Ghastlies.

    I’m finishing a quilt with Aster Manor, and

    I’m finishing a table runner with Angel Cakes for Christmas.

  280. Candie says:

    My next two projects will be a block of the month program and a “randomly selected” project from my long list of waiting inspirations.

  281. Linda Ross says:

    The Gypsy line is really talking to me! My next projects are a halloween table runner and a snowman wall hanging.

  282. Jennie P. says:

    I have 2 sewing projects coming up. Both are quilts. 1 for each niece. Hopefully they will be Christmas presents. I just hope I can get them finished in time! Thanks for the chance!

  283. Carol Y says:

    I have no idea! :) I have so many half finished projects, I don’t think I’m going to start anything new if I can help it. The next two I will finish are 1) a ‘Block Party’ collaborative quilt – I need to come up with a layout for the blocks my fellow quilters made for me, 2) I want to finish a block of the month – I need to resew the center block and assemble it.

  284. Carmen Wyant says:

    My next projects are a Dresden plate quilt I’m working on now and hopefully I want to get a purse done to take to Sewing Summit with me. Love Gypsy Girl!

  285. Terre Sturtevant says:

    Love the bright color esp with the white like in you block. I need to make 2 quilts one for a boy and one for a girl and this fabric would be perfect.

  286. Anne C. says:

    Finish a quilt by adding binding, finish a paper-pieced table runner, and lastly, make a T-shirt quilt for my daughter using beloved shirts touting various sorority functions and activities.

  287. Chanina says:

    Vancouver is so pretty!
    My next project is going to be a pinwheel quilt, not quite sure yet for whom though!

  288. Jenelle Boxberger says:

    Thanks for the fun blog and fun hop. Nice looking block. My next project is to work on some Halloween gift baskets. I’m also working on two quilts for twin boys. Thanks for the giveaway.

  289. Julie in WA says:

    I am finishing up a scrappy quilt using castoffs from my MIL! AND, I am starting a special quilt for a couple in my church who have made an impact in my life; sadly, they are leaving us soon, so I really need to get it going! Lovely lovely fabric, and the city is spectacular too! I married a native BCer so I get up to your area of the world quite often!

  290. Becca says:

    I am currently working on shower caps for all the women in my family and a winter quilt using fabric I bought almost ten years ago ( of course I had to add a few new pieces). Recently I found some cut-out ornament panels by Grandma bought in the 70′s. I would like to make a quilt for each of my children using these as soon as I can decide how to do it.

  291. Ursula says:

    Love your home town! Love Gypsy Girl! My next 2 projects will be a small red, white and blue quilt for a new baby boy – and a modern interpretation of Susan McCord’s 1890′s Vine quilt using the fabulous free pattern drawn by Australian quilter Janet Treen on Quiltsalott, her blog.

  292. Karen says:

    I am currently working on linen kitchen towels I want to embroider on and also a quilt for my sons bed. Love your new fabric line and the pattern.

  293. amberca says:

    Wow, I love your fabric, so bright and happy! I am working on a pink, green and brown baby quilt for a friend and next I will work on a bow tie pattern lap quilt.

  294. Nena says:

    My next two projects will be a table runner and then a baby quilt for a new little granddaughter who is coming soon. Your fabrics are so cheery–I can see them in several projects. Thanks for the chance to win.

  295. Tamara Scire says:

    I am currently working on a quilt for my husband and I. Then next are two quilts for my two younger sons, I found some fabulous Tom Sawyer adventure fabric and I’m going to fussy cut the scenes and make them each a quilt, great for every boy’s childhood quilt! I love the colors of Gypsy Girl, so friendly and girly, being the solitary woman in my house, I’m always looking for some feminity!

  296. Sandra Jo Roberts says:

    I am going to make a lap quilt for my mom-in-law, and I going to sew a couture dress using a class I’m taking.

  297. Robin Booth says:

    My next two projects are baby quilts. We have been blessed with 3 grandsons this year (3rd one due next week). So that’s what is in the immediate future. Love you brightly colored and well coordinated fabric.

  298. Suzanne says:

    My next two sewing projects are: (1) I promised my 2 grandaughters I’d make two tiny beds (mattresses), quilts and pillows for their small stuffed animals — I’m thinking Moda’s Honey Bunches here; and (2) one of three quilts I’ve collected fabric and pattern for but haven’t started yet — I’ll decide when I finish (1) above. Your fabric would go over well with my grandaughters and I’ll get a charm pack to see what they like when its available.

  299. Carrie P. says:

    My next two sewing projects are pillow cases and e-reader covers for US soilders
    thanks for the giveaway. Your town looks really nice even though you get a lot of rain.

  300. Patty Flynn says:

    I have a long-term quilt that I work on between projects–lots of 3.5 inch 9 patches
    I think my next project is a quilted bag and some Christmas stockings

  301. sndy1 says:

    I am currently working on a baby quilt and a table runner or two! Thanks for the great blog hop!

  302. Ginger says:

    Love it!! :) My next two projects are a twin-sized quilt for my son and a baby quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

  303. Belva says:

    My next two quit projects are quilts for our hope-to-have-soon beach house. Gypsy Girl would be so cute on bunk beds for a beach house.

  304. Misty West says:

    I love the fabric! Thank you for the chance to win! My next two projects are a bumper pad to make a quilt I have made for my best friends new baby boy and a quilt for my cousins baby girl that is due at the end of october.

  305. Cindi C says:

    Only 2? I have a bag planned for a birthday gift for a friend. And I just got wrangled into a T-Shirt quilt. The pattern technique for that looks pretty easy. We’ll see how it goes. Wish me luck!

  306. charlotte says:

    My next two projects are wristlet pouches for my sisters in law for Christmas and pants for my baby grandson.

  307. Margaret Foster says:

    I need to finish a block of the month quilt and a tee shirt quilt. Love the new colorful Gypsy Girl. Thanks for chance to win. Margaret

  308. Bev H. says:

    Greetings from Maple Ridge. I grew up in Vancouver…and did a sunset harbor cruise on Mother’s Day. The photos are wonderful. I have several sewing projects on the go; the first is English paperpieced hexies and the second is a scrappy quilt..

  309. Rita Bright says:

    Wow, what cute fabric! I love pink and blue or raspberry and turquoise together. My next projects will probably be a granny square table cover and a couple of mug rugs for my cousin and her hubby.

  310. Renee Welton says:

    My next two projects are a queen size rag quilt for my son’s birthday in November (yes I know, I’d better get busy), and the other is a twin size quilt for a foster kid’s camp that my church is sponsoring. I chose to do one for a boy, the age is 7-11, so it should be fun, something bright and colorful.

  311. Nancy Zimmerman says:

    So many projects, so little time! My next projects will be two Christmas tablerunners for gifts. Thanks for the giveaway. Love the Gypsy Girl fabric.

  312. debby warthen says:

    My next two projects will be 6 fall table runners for the girls I work with and a quilt made of Cuzco fabric by Kate Spain. (My third project will be made from the beautiful fabric I win from you! LOL!)

  313. Maryvonne says:

    My next 2 projects will probably little girls bags, the birthday season started! And I love to use your gypsy girl fabric!

  314. Linda W says:

    Thanks for the tour and pattern. As for projects, does finishing projects count? I have sworn that I will not start anything new until I finish at least two quilt tops that are already started. And I have all this gorgeous new fabric that I want to buy. *wink*!

  315. Heidi says:

    Hi! I have piles of quilt patterns waiting to be made! I think it will be a Christmas quilt? I need to get to work on my sons wolf quilt too.

  316. Brenda says:

    I have way too many projects in the process but I have some aprons to finish off first and some Granny Square blocks cut out and ready to sew.

  317. Lori Kae says:

    WE LOVE VANCOUVER! :)

    I have a “laundry list” of projects but my next two are:

    Embroidering and embellishing more towels for my daughter who is away at college.
    A quilt and accessories for my nieces new bedroom.

    Then onto picnic placemat wraps, baby quilts and more. :)

    Have a fabulous September! :)

  318. Sheryl A says:

    I adore your new fabric. I have been making bunting banners with my nieces and nefews names on them. That fabric would be great for Lauren and Alexia!! I am also working on mug rugs to give away as birthday presents to my girlfriends.

  319. Susan C says:

    I love the colors in Gypsy Girl! They happen to be the same colors that I used in a baby quilt I just finished. Next on the list to make are some dresses for my granddaughter’s first birthday and some quilts for my twin grandsons who just turned one yesterday. I love sewing for grandchildren!!

  320. Macayla says:

    The first would be a quilt for my daughter. Second would be to finish up a lap quilt started by my mother in the ’70′s. The fabric is darling!

  321. Cecilia says:

    I am starting a queen size Turning Twenty quilt using Batiks for my daughter and I am also working on the Designer Mystery by Fat Quarter Shop. Thank you for such a lovely tour of your hometown. I’ve never been to Canada, but would love to visit one day, so I will make sure I take my umbrella. :)

  322. KerryQ says:

    On the docket for me are a tooth fairy pillow for my 5 year old son (and that first tooth is loose, so the clock is ticking!) and a repair of a popped seam on a table runner (no fun). Can’t wait for gypsy girl!

  323. Beverly says:

    I am making my daughter some skirts and dresses for a group she is involved with that teaches kids social graces, etiquette and how to dance. I also owe her a bag that will hold all the necessities for a tween girl as well as her diabetes supplies in a nice, fashionable manner.

    After that, I promised to make her a quilt since I just finished one for her brother.

  324. Billie K says:

    I have so many WIP, I shouldn’t even think of another start, buttttttttttt next is Betsy’s Closet the stitched version and then maybe the boys version.

    I’ve fallen in love with your town….just lovely.

  325. Thanks for a wonderful tour of your hometown! My next project is an ereader cover for my Nook. I’m thinking that after that one I will work on a tote bag for my SIL for a Christmas gift. Many thanks!

  326. Diane S says:

    I am arranging blocks for one quilt and piecing blocks for another. I really want to finish these first but I have some cherry bali pops in my stash that are calling me. Vancover looks beautiful. Rain and all!

  327. Mary says:

    Rather than my normal list of quilts, my next three projects are for my grandchildren – two get art aprons and another gets a Halloween costume. Then I can go back to quilts. Your new line is lovely and I love visiting Vancouver BC!!!

  328. Joann McLean says:

    I am just about finished a totally studio overhaul (it feels real good to purge and organize) and I have so many projects that I want to get started I can’t think of them all! I will probably do something for Halloween – a pillow most likely, and I have pinned some really cute pincushion patterns recently that I have to have…bigger projects to start will be my christmas quilt, but I expect that will take a bit of time.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your gorgeous fabric – Gypsy girl is fabulous!

    Joann from Ontario

  329. Betty says:

    Right now, I am working on 3… a table topper, and 2 table runners, one fallish and one Halloween. Will begin my
    Christmas projects next including a quilt and a table topper along with my Christmas needlework projects.

    Such eye popping colors in your new fabric. Just love it!!!

  330. Terry Conner says:

    I am going to make a table runner and a fall wall hanging. Thank you for the chance to win your fabulous fabric.

  331. Bridgidk says:

    I have no idea what my next 2 projects will be. I am working on Christmas gifts right now so it will probably be
    more Christmas gifts. I LOVE jelly rolls so maybe I’ll make myself something with a jelly roll.
    Your fabrics are sooo pretty!!! I love the colors!!! Thank You for the block patttern!!!

  332. Gitte says:

    I’me working on a Lynette Anderson wall hanging which I hope to finish soon. Then I have 2 projects from Gail Pan I haven’t even started. I’ve recently discovered the joy of sewing bags so there’ll be one of those on the hob as well – your fabric would be great for that.

  333. My next two sewing projects; some throw pillows for my bed at our family cottage. And I am going to do a quilt for the charity that my family is involved with – Computers for Youth. I am going to make a quilt to auction off for the charity. I need to get stitching – the annual event is in late September.

    Would love to win your fabrics and LOVE your block

  334. Linda Arsenault says:

    Next 2 projects will be completing a applique quilt using civil war reproductions and then beginning a nine patch/log cabin type quilt, I don’t have a pattern I’ll just wing it. Hello from Stoney Creek in Southern Ontario Canada

  335. Beth G. says:

    Vancouver looks beautiful! Hopefully I will be able to visit there someday!

    The next two projects … hmmm. There are so many, but I need to get done are a zig zag quilt for a baby gift and “Mailbox” by Edita Sitar. I love your fabric, so fun and pretty!

    Thanks for the opportunity for a giveaway!

    b.

  336. SueP says:

    Next 2 projects finishing a BOM I started and a table runner. I love your fabric line it is always so happy!

  337. Yvonne says:

    Next 2 projects are matching dresses for my baby girl & her 2 cousins and then a quilt for my mother-in-law. Thanks so much for the block pattern & for the chance to win!

  338. Jennifer says:

    I’m working on a baby quilt and a “play mat” quilt for my nephew. Thanks for the chance to win

  339. Beverly says:

    I have been to Vancouver. I was there in February many years ago. It snowed!!!! It wasn’t supposed to snow in Vancouver. It was beautiful anyway. My next project is an apron for my best friend fo her birthday. When I finish that, I am making a horse themed quilt for my granddaughter.

  340. Barb@Witsend says:

    I plan on making a quilt from 2 charm packs and I am on my way out to pick backing fabric for a quilt I won on eBay and plan to practise my longarming on.
    Barb

  341. Carmen says:

    I need to make a new purse, and a twister flag.

  342. Sherri says:

    Ok, it’s that time of year so instead of my usual waiting till the last minute I’m going to be making halloween costumes for my daughters early! yay :o ) Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed reading about vancouver and I’m with you… just say no to wooden rollercoasters!!!!!!

  343. guillermina says:

    me encanta!!!! todavia soy nueva en esto,pero estoy empezando una colcha para mi nena que esta por cumplir 2 años y es muy dificil conseguir en argentina telas tan lindas. Todavia no compre nada por internet,pero voy a probar pronto. Mil besos y muy lindos trabajos!

  344. Jackie Duerden says:

    I’m working on a Jan Patek pattern – tulips and Lisa Bongeans chistmas pattern. Love them both. Love your fabric also and would love to win! Thanks

  345. Kathy C says:

    Hmmm, my next two projects.
    Number 1 is a baby quilt for my daughter who will be having her daughter in December. HINT, Gypsy Girl would make a wonderful baby girl quilt.
    Number 2 is a Quilt of Valor quilt that will make #8 QOV this year.

  346. Amy DeCesare says:

    Oops…I left my comment on the wrong post at first. I’m making a casserole carrier for a wedding gift package next, to be followed by some sweet coasters. Then I’m going to have to start making some Christmas presents.

  347. Jan Luter says:

    I am working on Christmas ornaments for our quilt guild’s tree that is displayed every year at the library. I am also working on candle mats with quilt blocks and wool applique – just the right size for jelly roll or candy pieces of fabric. Love your bright, colorful fabric. Thank you for the pattern and taking time to participate in the blog hop. Vancouver is truly beautiful! Maybe this will be my lucky time to win something that I will really enjoy!

  348. Gwen says:

    My next two projects are a charity lap quilt for our local Meals on Wheels and a Christmas wall hanging that will use the counted cross stitch Twelve Days of Christmas images my mother made years ago. She died 3 years ago this December and it will be nice to have something of her creation added to our Christmas decorations.

  349. Nichole says:

    I am busy starting Christmas projects. I am making 2 table runners and a pin cushion so far. I love the block pattern …I have some Summer House charm packs that I’ve been hoarding and they would look great with that pattern also !

  350. MoeWest says:

    I just cut out a twin sized quilt which will be a Christmas present. And I need to make a sleeping bag for a stuffed monkey in the next week or so for a birthday gift. Thanks for the block pattern and a chance in your giveaway.

  351. Rose D says:

    You do live in a beatuiful city. My husband and I flew to Vancover to start our cruise to Alaska. We had a wonderful bus driver that gave a very informational tour as we made our way to the boat. My next two projects are to work on a block of the month that I started over 4 years ago and I have two baby blankets to make yet this year. Busy, Busy, Busy!!

  352. Susan says:

    I am currently working on a throw sized quilt for my mom for Christmas. I also want to get one done for my mother-in-law for Christmas. And I have a Christmas candle mat waiting in the wings! I would be very proud of myself if I finished all three before the end of the year!

  353. CJ says:

    My next two sewing projects will be an apron for a young lady who is getting married in a few weeks. I’ll be attending her bridal shower on Sunday. My next project will be a quilt for my son. Love your designs!

  354. michelle says:

    I love that new line of fabric: it is so bright and cheery. I may have to add it to my list…
    My next two projects are going to be a quilit for my niece and an Irish flag quilt for a friend’s mom for Christmas!
    Thank you for the chance to win such lovely treats!

  355. Mina says:

    I visited Van Couver last year as a pre-trip before my Disney cruise and absolutely loved it! The weather was perfect and I imagined myself living there and enjoying the outdoors.

    My next two projects, honestly, have got to be finishing up my UFOs. I just seem to have so many of them,

  356. Carol O says:

    I have a special friend that I want to make a table runner for and the I found a Halloween table topper for myself that I want. Thank you for the chance to be a winner!

  357. neena says:

    I’m trying to finish a wool crazy quilt bedrunner and have started on a baby quilt for my bosses grandchild.

  358. Trisch says:

    My next two projects will be fall table runners for birthday presents. One will definitely be a pinwheel design. Not sure about the other.

  359. Candice Hendrix says:

    Hi Lily,
    I think your new Gypsy line is adorable but I’m thinking Pergola is what I will be purchasing next! I doubt you read so many posts but if you do, my goodness, you are a talented designer! So many beautiful designs and colors all put together.
    I think my next projects will have to be pillows for my new sofa using Pergola! There are so many in that line that will work perfectly.
    Thank you!
    Candice

  360. Liza S. says:

    Vancouver looks beautiful! I am working on a wool crazy quilt and an alphabet quilt. Your new line is so bright and cheerful. Thank you for the block pattern.

  361. Shirley Pearce says:

    My next 2 projects are quilts. One for my granddaughter who is so silly because she always wants it to be PINK! The other quilt is a Halloween theme. Our family really enjoys Halloween because I made such a big deal out if when the kids were little. We always went to the local farmer and picked fresh apples, rode on the haywagon and bounced thru the straw bale maze.

    Thanks for the great offering. It defnitely is Madilyn color!

  362. Terri says:

    Hello, I have to tell you I absolutely LOVE Gypsy Girl!!! My next project is: a simple 6″ block quilt using Liberty of London Tawna Lawn fabrics. This material is very expensive and the best deal comes in 6″ blocks so that’s why I’m keeping it simple. (I want 0 to minimal waste on this fabric). And then after that the mondo and midi bags! Can’t wait to start them! I may even do them after I get my Liberty quilt pieced but before I quilt it. I try to usually do a mid-project between piecing and quilting that way I don’t get burnt out on it. Thanks for the chance to win! I so want to win this one…. This hop has been a blast!

  363. Sally K says:

    Of my WIP the next 2 projects are a Downy Quilts for Kids quilt and a Rookie Quarterback quilt. Of my new projects up next is a mug rug and and table runner. I have The Farmer’s Wife on the schedule for the first of the year and plan to use Gypsy Girl. Thanks for the chance to win some to get me started!

  364. Debbie R. says:

    Gypsy Girl is terrific! My next three projects. First up, finish a wedding quilt for my nephew. Second, finish a present for my husband — a Christmas gift. Third: I’m taking a class next month, which will be a brand new start. Thanks for the chance to win.

  365. Tina says:

    I have promised myself that I will tackle the five UFOs that have been calling my name before I start any new projects!…..hard to do!!

  366. Laura Mars says:

    My next few projects are to finish this week 2 quilts for gifts due Saturday then I want to begin on a heart quilt for my sweet hubby and the ever looming Christmas projects I want to make from a table runner and wall hanging to some cute softies!

  367. Janice says:

    Love your city. We took a cruise to Alaska and departed from Vancouver. My husband and I both want to go back and stay awhile. Absolutely gorgeous and not raining when we were there. Currently I am finishing piecing a quilt for my hubby as a surprise for our 35th wedding anniversary. I will hand quilt it after I give it to him on Monday. Second project will be Christmas aprons for my girls for cooking baking day.

  368. Angie Brady says:

    Im planning to make curtains for my bathroom and sewing rooms. Also I’m currently working on some fall and Christmas projects such as table mats. Thanks

  369. Gale, Ky quilter says:

    I hope to visit Vancouver one day. It is absolutely beautiful there! My next two sewing projects are a baby quilt for a sweet little girl and a sock monkey for my son. Gotta also tell you I am making my son a picture quilt with photos of Eli and his dog Stanley for his birthday in November. Oh, and I sew purses, totes, bags all the time so some Gypsy Girl would be perfect!!!

  370. ritainalaska says:

    love this blog hop for all the great places to discover. am going to sew the ‘mango salsa stars’ i cut from a tonga treats roll and then finally cut the appliques i’ve been meaning to for ‘a walk in the park’ quilt and sew them on. love gypsy girl! would love to have some!

  371. Erin says:

    I’m finishing a quilt, actually two quilts one for me and one for my sister-in-law(same quilt). I figured I wouldn’t be interested in starting the same quilt again. It’s working pretty well.

  372. Carolyn B says:

    Cute fabric and block. My next two projuct are 3-d pumkin and turkey for fall decorations

  373. Carol says:

    I am not exactly sure of my next project, but I do know that I want it to be more of a modern quilt. Modern fabrics, modern design. I resisted that for a long time, but it is growing on me. Love the fabric BTW!

  374. viv says:

    Love the fabrics. My next two projects are quilts for two of our granddaughters. I have had the pleasure of visiting a friend in your city. Lovely.

  375. Kylee says:

    HI Stephanie, I love your Gypsy Girl designs! my next few projects are Christmas presents for my nieces, all 5 of them! I have 2 boys at home so my sewing projects are a little limited by their boyness!! But the girls are all very girly girls so i will be making a couple for handbags for my older nieces, an apron for the 10 yo who loves to cook and for the 2 youngest at 5 and 6 have put in an order for pretty dresses with a swirly skirt each! So I am very happily looking for fabrics to match these requests

  376. Patty D says:

    I am about to start on two small mini quilts for fall. Thanks for a chance to win.

  377. Allison Simpkins says:

    My next two sewing projects. . . a brown dress with elephants that my 3 year old requested and an altered log cabin queen size quilt in blues and grays.

  378. Carla says:

    hmmmm My next two? I need to make something with Ten little things, and then I think a quilt out of Little black dress. Thanks

  379. Hi there. My next two projects will be finishing some UFOs – making a wrapped cord basked for my son, and then will be working on a blanket I’ve been trying to finish for awhile.

  380. Susan G says:

    I’m working on a strip-pieced Bento Box twin sized quilt, and have a few table runners that just need some binding for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
    Susan
    susie,galasso@gmail.com

  381. Dortha says:

    I love reading about your hometown. I once lived in the Panama Canal Zone and it rained almost every day. In rainy season it rained a little more each day. I am going to make my granddaughter new quilts out of Trade Winds and one with dinosaurs.

  382. Laura says:

    My next two projects will be a quilt for my middle daughter for Christmas and Merry,Merry Snomen by Bunny Hill is the quilt I want to make this winter.

  383. Tana says:

    I will continue to work on the Primitive Gatherings block of the weeks….and then quilts for my daughters’ beds. Vancouver looks beautiful!

  384. Janice King says:

    Love Vancouver! How beautiful! My next two projects are a Christmas quilt for my oldest daughter, who so loves to decorate for the season; and a crocheted throw for my oldest grandson and his wife. He is in the Marine Corps and recently relocated to a new home. Thought that would bring a little of his “Granny” to him….Thanks so much for your participation in the blog and love your fabrics, especially the Gypsy Girl line…

  385. jmniffer says:

    Next in line for me are a Autumn table runner and a graduation quilt for my son. Love the colors in Gypsy Girl. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

  386. Cheryl Keown says:

    My next two sewing projects will be making 5 Trick or Treat bags made out of tea towels appliqued with Frankenstein, Ghosts, Bats and Pumpkins for my grandkids and I just started working on Home for the Holidays quilt from Primitve Gatherings.

  387. usairdoll says:

    Great reading about Vancouver and beautiful pictures. My next projects should be one of my UFOs, however, I’m going to make some zipper pouches and table toppers for Christmas gifts.

    Thank you and Moda for a super giveaway and a chance to win. So generous to have three winners! Woot! Woot! Love Gypsy Girl!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  388. Maeve says:

    I want to make a star quilt for my daughter, and a Clemson theme quilt for my granddaughter and her husband. I just need to stay home long enough to make it happen! I’ve always wanted to visit Vancouver. And your Gypsy Girl fabrics are absolutely gorgeous!

  389. Linda says:

    Love your bright, colorful, fun fabrics! Next two projects are baby quilts for babies due this fall. Great giveaway.

  390. Susan says:

    This is my first time to come to your blog, and I was thrilled to see someone from Vancouver! My husband and I are originally from the US, but we moved to North Vancouver 8 years ago, where we started a church. That church is still going, and we have moved to Kelowna for him to pastor another work. We lived in Vancouver for 6 years and loved every minute of it!

    My next two projects are a lap quilt for my parents for Christmas, and a queen-size quilt for my son and his fiancee as a wedding gift. I’m a fairly new quilter, so I’m a bit nervous about each of them – but the love behind them will make up for that, hopefully!

  391. Brandy says:

    My next 2 projects will be a christmas tree skirt and the spools pattern to hang in my sewing room. Thanks for having this giveaway.

  392. Terry says:

    Your fabric is just beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win some of it! My next two projects (after the one I’m working on now) will be to work on my Butterfly Garden quilt and to finish another UFO that’s been waiting patiently for me.

  393. Laurie Sanders says:

    I have two co-workers who are both getting married on the same day! So the next two projects are wedding gifts! Thanks for a chance to win – laurie

  394. Pam says:

    Love your fabrics!
    My next project will be to finish a quilt for my mother, then finished the Xmas quilt I started last May…just in time for the holidays.
    Hoping to win !!
    Thanks

  395. Aubree Brooks says:

    I’m planning on making a Log Cabin quilt and a bag for my next two projects.

  396. Kayla T says:

    I have been keeping busy. I actually made a list of 10 pending projects that are rolling around in my head. The top 2 are quilts. A king size for my brother in law (almost finished – need 20 more pinwheels) and a lap quilt for my neighbors.

  397. Hueisei says:

    I’m working on a Granny square quilt for my mum and after that a Postage Stamp quilt for my son :)

  398. Ruth Finch says:

    Gypsy Girl is gorgeous! If I win some on your fabric, I’ll make the cut quilt on your PDF. My next project will be purple & black quilted shams to match the quilt I made for my daughter’s roommate, then finishing a Christmas wreath wall hanging UFO for YEARS ago…. Ruth in FL

  399. Debbie says:

    I am currently working on my second Bow Tucks Bag and then maybe I will make a scrappy civil war quilt by Mary’s Cottage Quilting.

  400. Nancy says:

    My next projects will be a quilt for hubby and some smaller quilts out of Civil War prints for a primitive ladder I have waiting to be used.
    Great giveaway!! Thanks

  401. Karen McMahon says:

    My next 2 projects will be t-shirt quilts for nieces that are graduating this year,

  402. Janice Mc Laren says:

    I am currently piecing a quilt for myself in cream, pinks and browns. Then I will probably start a quilt for my daughter for a Christmas gift.

  403. Debbie says:

    I am working on a fall/Halloween quilt. And a baby boy quilt. Love gyspy girl. It is so bright and fun. Thanks for a chance to win.

  404. katie says:

    I will be starting on tooth fairy pillows for grandchildren! What fun! I have several table toppers that I’d love to have done for Fall too.

  405. Lois says:

    I will be working on Christmas gifts–a Nebraska Husker tablerunner and a wall-size quilt. Love the colors of your new fabric. Hope to win some of it. Thanks for the opportunity.

  406. Deborah says:

    Two of my next sewing projects: a sewing machine cover and a quilt for my nephew.

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

  407. Ann in NC says:

    Fun bright prints! Hummm, my next two projects. One would be to keep up with our guild mystery quilt, other things would be several UFO’s, but for new, I want to start making a few little pouches and bags for Christmas presents. I have a weakness for bags, big, little… you name it!

  408. Deborah Taylor says:

    I had a chance to visit Vancouver about 20yrs ago, I remember having some wonderful meals there & I remember a lot of rain. I hope to visit again some day. My next two projects will be a hexagon quilt & a blue quilt (pattern unknown at this point) for a friend battling cancer. Thanks for a chance to win.

  409. Donna says:

    I’m working on a Christmas swap making my next two sewing projects “secret.” After that I have 2 baby quilts to get cranking on.

  410. Ellen M. says:

    I would love to visit Vancouver – it truly does look like a beautiful, vibrant place to be. My next sewing project is a t-shirt for me, followed by a simple quilt for my daughter’s bed – I’m new to quilting so it will definitely be simple. Thanks for a chance to win your lovely fabric!

  411. Kathy Irwin says:

    Like ,most quilter’s this time of the year, my next few (not 2) projects will be Christmas gifts for family.

  412. Linda says:

    My next two projects include the Moda “Free Spirit” jelly roll I am currently making into a “square dance quilt” from the Lintott’s Two from One Jelly Roll Quilt book–it’s so cute as the cornerstone squares are roughly a 1/2″
    when finished! Then I’m going to make a Kaffe Fassett jelly roll into Heather Mulder Petersons “Around the Block” quilt. I’m having fun taking rather traditional patterns and “funning” them up a bit with newer fabrics! Thanks for sharing your beautiful GypsyGirl fabric with us and keep up the great quilting!

  413. Liz says:

    My next two sewing projects will be a casserole carrier to use for a shower gift and Halloween bags for my grandkids to use when they go Trick or Treating.

  414. Kathy says:

    Hi,
    I am new to quilting but I would like to do a table runner and a lap quilt…

  415. MarciaW says:

    1-My first civil-war-ish style quilt which is way outside my normal project. 2-My first use of flannel to make a baby quilt (need 2 baby girl quilts) 3-My lifetime project of handsewing hexies to make a queen sized grandmother’s double-flower garden quilt. Thanks for the fun. from Marcia Florida

  416. Deanna says:

    My next two projects is a twin size for a boy age 5 and the next one will be one for my queen – something spring time .thanks

  417. Mary Ann says:

    My next two projects that I will be starting on is a Halloween Block of the month, that I will hopefully have finished for next year, and I am going to start a Dr. Suess’s, “The Lorax” quilt. Your fabrics are beautiful and would be perfect for a little girl, maybe my next one will be with your fabrics.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

  418. Mandy says:

    I will be working on Christmas stockings for my brother’s family and for myself, Colette’s Violet blouse. Love your hometown! Your pictures make me want to plan a a visit. Thanks for the giveaway!

  419. Lisa in Texas says:

    Love your new line…so fun and cheery. I am in an apartment while our new house is being built so my next two project are small ‘little bits’…enough to satisfy my fabric/quilting craving but not too big to create a huge mess! Lisa in Texas

  420. Sharon Meek says:

    I have two hexie quilts in the works. These fabrics would be super hexies.

  421. Cheryl says:

    I am working on a purse for me and a weekend/travel duffle. I have started on the weekend/travel duffle, and I have narrowed down the purse patterns to two and I also need to select a fabric.

  422. Jacque says:

    I love Gypsy Girl! Simply lovely and memorable. My next two projects will be a tote bag and a table runner for the fall. Hope I win some of your lovely product – I will cherish it.

  423. Joyce Mitchell says:

    I am finishing 6 charity quilts that are due next Monday & a baby quilt for my latest great-nephew. Then I’ll start working on adding my row to my older sister’s Row Robin quilt. Thanks for the chance to win. Love the pics of Vancouver.

  424. Christine Cook says:

    I am finishing a chevron patterned quilt and then my next project after that might have to be something out of this fabric! It is so cute! I will have to watch for it in my fabric store!!

  425. Viv says:

    I NEED TO START WORKING ON SOME CHRISTMAS PROJECTS……THANKS FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN!

  426. annmarie says:

    Thanks for the nice tour – you live in a wonderful city. And thanks for the chance to win an awesome precut – I think Gypsy Girl is going to be one of my favorites – I love bright & cheery! I’m just getting ready to put together the quilt blocks I made in a jelly roll quilt along a few years ago. After that my DDIL has asked me to make a Halloween runner for her new kitchen table. That should be fun.

  427. tammy says:

    I live in Menasha, WI. I am getting inspiration from your site for some projects for gifts. Love the collections you have on your site!

  428. Deana says:

    I love your new line! So fresh and fun! My next projects are a Christmas quilt for my sil and Happy Birthday banner!

  429. Barbara Genett says:

    I would love to visit your beautiful city. I live in Neenah WI and I have been quilting for many many years. I’m just finishing the binding on three baby quilts for our church When this is done, I’m on to the fall wallhanging and table runner.

  430. Mimi says:

    I am from Canada too! Yay! One of these days I will take a holiday in your beautiful city! One of my next projects is a quilt for my son who has just started his first year at University. The quilt will be a surprise and I hope to get it done by Christmas (I hand quilt!!). Another project that I want to work on is a quilt for my cousin’s 50th birthday – I still need to decide on the pattern and fabric.

  431. Rachel Booth says:

    Oh my goodness… I love Gyspy Girl! My next two sewing projects are a quilt for our bedroom (my first pieced quilt) and a quilt for my husband for Christmas (go big or go home, right?). :) Thanks for the giveaway! I’d be so excited to win!! I love your fabric lines!! :)

  432. Jan says:

    I’m planning a red, white and blue quilt, and a “rabbit” quilt. Thanks for the give away.

  433. Deb F. says:

    You live in a wonderful city, I visited there once after taking a train from Toronto (that was a beautiful trip). I love your new fabric. My next project is a baby quilt for my not-yet-arrived granddaughter (she is expected in December) and a totebag for me (so I can enjoy some of my fabric on a day-to-day basis). thank you for the chance to win.

  434. Theresa says:

    Thank you for sharing your hometown with us. I have always wanted to visit Vancouver. That is on my bucket list. I have been told by many friends how beautiful it is there. I have several projects that I am getting ready to start. I am going to make my father-in-law a quilt for Christmas as he is not doing well and I want him to be covered in love. I will also make quilts for my two sons girlfriends also for Christmas. Your Gypsy Girl is what I am planning to use for Liz’s quilt. I know she would love the colors. Your fabrics are absolutely beautiful!! Thank you for a wonderful post.

  435. My next two projects will be a tote bag for my sister and a couple of throw pillows for my eldest son.

  436. Clara says:

    My next project will be a baby quilt for a friend. Once I work my way through that, I hope to make some pillows to give away at Christmas.
    I had not seen your collection before, but it is beautiful! Would love to work with it. And would love to visit B.C. I’m a Pacific NW native but have never been to Canada (!).

  437. Katy says:

    My next project is a quilt for my grandmother’s 90th birthday and a Liberty of London print quilt for my little girl. I actually have many more projects than that going on. I just learned to sew and can’t stop!

  438. Cherie says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. The fabric is gorgeous. I love the colors! My next two projects are a patriotic quilt for my husband and a batik quilt for my dad. I’m hoping to get them finished in time for Christmas.

  439. Chelsea @ pinsandbobbins says:

    I’m an ex-Vancouverite (4th generation!) living on the island now and boy do those photos make me miss Van! Oh, well, it is just a ferry ride away. I always have about 70 quilts on the go, so next project is something I should have finished 2 years ago!

  440. Sue H says:

    One of my next two projects will be a Halloween Block-of-the-Month that I just signed up for with my Best Friend. I live in IL outside of St Louis and my friend lives in Columbia Station, just outside of Cleveland OH. Quilting keeps us so close! We’ll be doing this BOM together via internet pictures of our blocks!

    My other project would be to finish one of many of my unfinished projects! I really can’t commit to starting any more NEW projects!!!! Argh!

  441. Lisa says:

    My next projects will be to layer and quilt a boy quilt for my grandson and to get started on pillowcases for Christmas for my five oldest grandkids.

  442. My next two projects are quilts for my nieces. I want to get a quilt done for my oldest niece before she leaves for the air force next year

  443. Ptcquilter says:

    Next 2 projects are a baby quilt and a variation of 1600 inch jelly roll.

  444. kathy yedica says:

    I have been to Vancouver and loved it. I live in Washington State. I am about to work on a Moda kit designed by Minnick Simpson called La Playa. The next one will be a Halloween project. Your fabric is very pretty.

  445. Jocelyn says:

    My next two projects are two house quilts I have had on my bucket list. Thanks so much for the beautiful tour of your town.

  446. Natalie says:

    I the pictures of Vancouver look beautiful, I would love to visit one day! I’m working on Camille’s (from Thimble Blossoms) Swoon quilt at the moment. I’ve four blocks to go so once that is finished I plan on making a start on Joanna’s (from Fig Tree) Jelly Stars lap quilt. After that I’m thinking about doing one of the quilts featured on the Moda Bakeshop website recently, either the Marmalade Circles or Vintage Turning Modern.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  447. Darla Rice says:

    Love, love, love your fabrics! Wow I did not realize Vancouver was that large!!! Must come see… My next two projects will be, “Winter Wonderland”quilt and a quilt for my youngest daughter who is now 20. Isn’t this Blog Hop the best time ever? Thank You!

  448. Valerie says:

    Love Gypsy Girl–such bright, clear colors. My next project is a quilt for my daughter and son-in-law’s anniversary and a new quilt for my beautiful grandgirl. Gypsy Girl would be perfect for that!

  449. Diane says:

    I am in love with your Gypsy Girl line! Yum
    I love your city! Living in the Pacific Northwest, we take
    close to home trips up the coastline and into Canada.
    One of my favorite memories of your city while tripping about
    was in 1986 during the World’s Fair. You were wonderful hosts.
    Now, my next two projects…I love to applique, so those projects
    tend to get paired with pieced quilts. I always have one going
    and my next project will be a sampler from a Block of the Month Club.
    I am loving the modern quilt guilds popping up around with the
    new styles and I must try my hand at decomposing a traditional design
    and throwing in a modern touch. Thanks for the opportunity!

  450. Deb says:

    I’ve visited Vancouver once with a friend. I don’t think it rained, but the wind on the ferry over was terrific. My next two projects: a table runner for a friend’s b’day and a Christmas quilt.

  451. Gwen Windham says:

    My next two projects are both dear to my heart! One project that I’ve been wanting to do for the longest time– and just today, started planning, sketching, getting ready– a Third Weekend in October quilt!!! I’ve been collecting all the different “leaf” fabrics and am so anxious to get started cutting out the squares!! :-) The other project is one that I thought of last week… When my sisters and I were young, my Mom made us the cutest little Pilgrim Girl costumes to wear at Thanksgiving– complete with little white bonnets.. My first little granddaughter– the apple of my eye– will be celebrating her second Thanksgiving with us this year, and I think that she needs her own little Pilgrim Baby costume– so I am excited to get started on it!! :-)

    Thank you for taking part in this fun blog hop! It has been so interesting to meet all the wonderful Moda designers and “visit” their hometowns!! Oh, and thank you too, for the chance to win some of your beautiful fabric!! I LOVE Gypsy Girl– the lovely colors and prints– AND the cute, cute name!! :-)

  452. Nancy says:

    I am going to make a sewing tool caddy that was demo’d at Bernina club on Sat., but they got it off the Bernina website. I have the fabrics picked out and am going to cut it out tonight. I am also taking a class from Marcia Stein with our guild on Sat and am getting the fabrics and photos ready to start that quilt on Sat. So excited!
    I love your fabrics..I love the vibrant colors!

  453. Mary F says:

    I am working on a bed size quilt- “Swoon” to be exact. Then I am going to make some felt food for my grand daughter for Christmas. Time to get some gift making started!
    Thanks

  454. Fran says:

    A pair of pants and a passive clip for my little man who should arrive this week!!! :)

  455. cindy says:

    I am currently working on Vintage Holiday by Camille Roskelley. I don’t know what will be next…I am relatively newn to quilting and learning as I go.

  456. I love your new fabric line! My next projects are a “cheater” quilt for my sister’s birthday present, a doll quilt for my daughter, and a baby quilt for a friend that is due with a little girl in about a month or so.

  457. I have a layer cake and charm pack from your Trade Winds fabric line thinking of doing the Big City quilt with this one.

    On the next one, I have layer ckae and charm pack of Twril fabric line and thinking of a simple log cabin quilt out of it. Haven’t figured out the block size yet.

    I want to go for Modern look for both of these quilts.

  458. Kayli says:

    Hi, everyone! My next two projects are a quilt for my husband (outdoor theme) and a Quilt of Valor for my son-in-law. And, if I won these…Love those prints and that pretty quilt pattern!

  459. Jeanne says:

    Just love your fabrics! The bright and happy colors are great! I am doing a t-shirt quilt and mystery quilt next on my to do list of quilts. Thanks for the giveaway. Would love to win your fabrics!

  460. Helen says:

    My next two projects will be a large quilt for my bed and a tablerunner. Thanks for the chance to win.

  461. Cathy says:

    I need to make a amy butler messenger bag and a quilt

  462. Wendy Greene says:

    My next two projects are I’m finally making some Christmas placemats with fabric I bought last year. I also will be making a Christmas quilt for my mother in law!

  463. Judy P says:

    I love the colors in Gypsy girl. I need to do a wall hanging a baby quilt and a pillow for gifts. Thanks for the chance to win, I love your fabrics.

  464. Vickie Alexander says:

    I have to finish a quilt I am working on for my husband & then start a quilt for a Christmas present.

  465. Shelley Parham says:

    It’s great to see a fellow Canadian on the blog hop! I’m currently working on a baby quilt made with purple and beige flying geese blocks and I will soon start a Christmas quilt made with “Blitzen” fabric I picked up on the Minnesota quilt shop hop.

    Shelley from Winnipeg

  466. Felicia Hamlin says:

    My next two projects will be a little Christmas quilt and a wool project. Love the colors of your lines.

    Thanks for the chance to win, Felicia

  467. Diann says:

    I just love your fabric it is so pretty and happy. I have a baby quilt to make and I just finished a disappearing 4 patch out of scraps. It turned out lovely my niece is going to love it.

  468. Jessica Rassler says:

    My next 2 projects are going to be a baseball quilt for my oldest boy and an Iowa State quilt for my husband for Christmas!! So excited:) Love here about your hometown and seeing Gypsy Girl! Thanks for sharing!

  469. I’m so bummed we never made it to Vancouver when we were stationed near Seattle. It looks like a gorgeous place! And yes, I know very well about the rain!! It rained so much when we lived in WA state!

    My next two sewing projects in a Texas Longhorns quilt for my nephew who turns 7 at the end of the month, and making simple table runners and/or mini quilts as a fundraiser to raise money for a wheelchair accessible van for a dear friend whose daughter is severely handicapped. Thank you for your giveaway!

  470. Kathy says:

    I am working on two quilts next. We have some cute dresses that Mekaila has outgrown and we are going to make pillows out of them to preserve the fabric. thanks, kathy

  471. Twyla says:

    Love the Colorado in your fabrics bright and cheery. They would make a great new quilt.

  472. vicki boschman says:

    what a score meeting you -I live across the water on Vancouver Island and agree totally about Vancouver’s beauty. I always have lots of quilting projects on the go but am hoping to make a couple of hallowe’en wall hangings. and want to make a couple of baby quilts for new ones – always so many great ideas out there.

  473. Helen says:

    I love the vibrant colors of this new line of fabrics! My next two projects are to make an apron and a baby quilt for my new great niece. These fabrics would be beautiful to use in my projects. Before I can get to these projects though, I have to alter a suit for my son to wear in a classmate’s wedding in Oct!

    My mother was fortunate to be able to visit Vancouver with the local Extension agency back in the 70′s. She absolutely loved it and brought back so many beautiful pictures.

  474. Wendy says:

    Would love to visit Vancouver! My next two projects will be wedding quilts for 2 of my sons who are getting married next year. Love the Gypsy Girl fabric and thanks for a chance to win!

  475. Janell Bradley says:

    My next two sewing projects (2 of many I have planned!) will include a bag from fabric-covered clothesline, and a table runner from Kim Diehl’s new book. I also hope to start a quilt in neutrals and black patterned fabric …. so many projects, too little time!

  476. Linda (manybooks) says:

    I just love your Gypsy Girl colors and prints! My next project is to catch up on the BOM club and to bind a baby quilt that has been in the wings for WAY too long….

  477. Jennifer B says:

    Your Gypsy Girl fabrics are wonderful!! Next two sewing projects: a tote bad and a Halloween banner

  478. Mary A says:

    Hi – my next two projects are a baby quilt or two and finishing a Christmas quilt! Love the colors in your fabrics!!

  479. Karen W says:

    I also love your new fabric. I just received the Hawaiian Sunset pattern and also plan to start working onSwoon.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  480. Jayne M says:

    My next two projects are a neutral wedding quilt for my daughter and a queen size mystery quilt for my son (hope I get it done before it gets cold). Thanks for the chance to win!

  481. Janet says:

    I’m really loving the new Moda candy and I believe I’ll make a couple of the little blocks. I have an entry table and a sofa table that could use a little fun decorating with these small blocks. Gypsy Girl is very fun and delightful; thanks for sharing your great sampler block and for sponsoring your wonderful fabric giveaway. Also, thanks for sharing your beautiful hometown, Vancouver. I received a postcard from their with absolutely gorgeous hanging baskets in the city and was the proud recipient of a sweatshirt from there!

  482. Ginger says:

    My next 3projects are: beach bag, strawberry pie quilt, and a laundry bag!

  483. michelle h says:

    Oh! I love it when I join a blog hop and discover wonderful new blogs (new to me!!)…like yours!! How fun! I love Vancouver BC, but haven’t visited since I was a teen! It is on my to do list in the next few years–I want to take my three kids up there (and the husband, too) to enjoy your lovely city!

    Okay, my next few projects are all Christmas–two or three pillows for my couches, and a couple table runners. These are really leftover from last year when I barely finished the quilty presents I made for other people on my list….these ones are for me!! :)

  484. Angie C says:

    Beautiful fabric! I need to make a backing for a top I just finished and I have several hexie flowers I would like to make into a table runner! Thanks for the chance to win!

  485. Bebe says:

    Let’s see…..Next two projects…….a Peony for Play doll, and a dollie blanket.
    Happy Autumn!

  486. Heather Seibel says:

    Yeah! A fellow Canadian is on the blog hop! Woohoo! Just looking at your travelogue of Vancouver has me thinking of booking a flight on WestJet! I love your pretty collections. My next two projects will be a quilt for Quilt of Valour Canadian version, and some banks for the Beads for Cancer bags at Alberta Children’s Hospital. Your bright fabrics would be perfect for the latter! Thanks for your post – I shall be marking this site now!

  487. Melissa says:

    I plan to start a new quilt top tomorrow and I’ll also start working on a sewing machine cover. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

  488. Jennie T. says:

    My next two projects? Well, I’ve actually got a Gypsy Girl FQ bundle that is going to magically become a quilt for my oldest daughter. Maybe two quilts! And the second project will be some trick-or-treat bags for my kids.

    Love your hometown. Great little tour you gave us!

  489. Kim says:

    I am sewing some bag patterns and doing some blocks for a couple of blog hops I am participating in.

  490. Caroline says:

    I’ve been to Vancouver once and loved it! Right now I’m working on a quilt for my sister’s wedding present and next up is a Christmas tree skirt.

  491. Katie Y. says:

    Currently I am working on sewing together my crimson/white houndstooth quilt top that I am making for my uncle. He claims to be Alabama Football’s biggest fan! After that I will be working on two quilts for my friends’ babies. I only get to see them once a year, and both of them now have little girls! I’m so excited to make them and give them away! :)

  492. Carla N. says:

    Love Vancouver!! Living in Lynden,WA we visited there often. My two projects are completing my granddaughters drapes and duvet cover for her tween room and making a quilt for my littlest granddaughter’s bed. Love all the bright colors of this new fabric line.

  493. Sherry says:

    I love your Gypsy Girl fabrics. I hope to complete my Beginner’s Quilt Along blocks and piece the quilt top together and also my Blogger’s block of the month quilt top. Then I will feel free to buy more fabric and start something new.

  494. Cathy K. says:

    I love Gypsy Girl! My next two projects are a Fall table Runner for a charity auction and two Dr. Seuss quilts for my great niece and nephew.

  495. Diane Steele says:

    My dewing group meets every other month. OUr next meeting is in 6 days. We have 2 projects going: a Row Robin and a challenge, 16″ x 20″ with the word “Three” as the inspiration. My Row is finished (it’s the 5th of 6 people’s Row Robins) but I’m having a little trouble deciding on what “Three” I’m going to make. . . I will have it finished though. . . always do!

  496. Julia says:

    My next two projects? First I must finish my Mom’s quilt, it’s an urban log cabin made in warm batiks. Second, I’d like to work on a color block quilt for a friend of mine that has had a really hard year. But I have lots of plans so these projects may not be the first ones done . . .

  497. Karen L says:

    Love Gypsy Girl! Beautiful colors and prints!

    My next two projects: finish the Hobo quilt (made with homespuns…the death of me) for my dad and make placemats for my niece for Christmas. I’m close to wrapping up my Christmas list for the year and I’m quite excited about it!

  498. Nuning K. Himawati says:

    My next projects are : table runner and chair pad.

  499. Wanda says:

    My next two sewing projects…I am finishing two small embroidered wall hangings that I am donating to our volunteer run ski area’s annual auction, September 22, and then making a blanket and diaper bag set for a young teacher at my husband’s school who is expecting her first baby in December.

  500. Carla G says:

    Your new fabrics are fabulous!! I am going to make a pair of pants for my son and some pillowcases for my nephew out of some requested International tractor fabric. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  501. Lynn says:

    I am obsessed by Moda precuts at the moment, so my next 2 projects are a charm quilt using Birds and Berries and a quilt using French General’s Panier de Fleurs. This journey around the designers this month has been fun- I have seen Designers ranges I haven’t usually taken as much notice of. Your fabrics have been one of the great finds for me. I will be looking out for your fabrics in future.

  502. Donna Russ says:

    my next two projects are, 1 I have just started a very scrappy lap quilt, for my livingroom, in the mean time I will be making several pocketbooks and wallets, getting ready for Christmas, you have some beautifu fabric, and thoses are my favorite colors… thanks for sharing… love to visit Vancover

  503. Jenny says:

    Project 1 a cot quilt for my soon to be here Grandaughter, 2 finish the stitcheries is then complete a throw quilt 3 design and make a quilt with some of fabrics “resting” in the cupboard

  504. Cathy Victor says:

    My next 2 projects are going to be a tree skirt and oddly enough a “gypsy girl” drunkard’s path quilt. perhaps I will send you a pic when I am done.

  505. carlaJ says:

    What lucious colors in your fabrics, so wonderful to use in quilts. Your hometown is huge, and thank you for sharing it with us.

  506. jan Marie says:

    Oh my goodness, this new fabric line has to be my favorite yet. I have plans to finish a quilt I started the beginning of the summer and begin something bright and summery to take me into a long winter. Gypsy Girl would be perfect for it.

  507. wendy says:

    I’d be OK in Vancouver, I live in England so the rain is pretty standard to me!

    My next two sewing projects? HM, whatever happens when I next go up to my sewing room! I’ve got some wiggly bags to finish for kids in hospital, and I’ve promised my mum some chair covers, so it probably should be those two!

    Love your newest line of fabric by the way.

  508. Marilyn W. says:

    I love your bright fresh fabrics. So much fun. I am currently working on a set of fall placemats and the next project will be a quilt for my sister. Still working out the pattern in my head but anxious to get started.

  509. Grace says:

    Currently, I am working on finishing up a project. But, I ran out of fabric, and I am waiting for the store to get more in. Then I have a few small holiday projects that I have planned. I always like to give some handmade gifts too.

  510. Ada Shave says:

    UFO’s, I started a wall hanging at a workshop mid July and don’t have that finished. and have had 3 new kits come over the summer. and UFO from last winter. OH! MY! I got to learn to finish.

  511. Kathy says:

    My next 2 projects will be charity quillts, 1 for each of the 2 guilds I belong to. I also am going to try really hard to finish up some WIPs. Love your new fabric line, very pretty!!

  512. Jocelyn says:

    Vancouver does look beautiful! I’d love to travel through Canada taking in all the natural beauty! My next projects are rag quilts for Christmas gifts for my niece & nephew & Lori Holt’s row along. I love Gypsy Girl. It is so colorful & girly. Thanks for the chance to win!

  513. Del says:

    What beautiful fabric! My next 2 sewing projects are pajama bottoms for my daughter and neice for Christmas! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  514. Dorian says:

    Thank you for a tour of your city! I am working on an I spy quilt for my baby, and then have to make a big quilt for my 18yo who will be heading off to school in the Spring :(

  515. Teresa says:

    Love your city! I’m working on twin size quilts for my 6 grandchildren and starting Christmas gifts!
    Love Gypsy Girl…hope to making something for my only granddaughter with your fabric soon!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Teresa

  516. Rebecca George says:

    Now I really really want to visit Vancover! Next two projects should be to finish putting together completed appliques blocks into quilt tops but really will be making a tote bag for applique equipment/projects and a jelly roll lap quilt for TV room. Winter is coming to the North Carolina mountains. Down to 49 last night and beautiful!

  517. Jean says:

    such a lovely city! i’ll be sure to include Vancouver in our next year travelling plans!
    i’ll be doing a baby boy and baby girl quilt for my friends baby shower..
    Thanks for a chance to win! ^^

  518. Dianne says:

    I know Vancouver well – raised in the lowermainland, but now in SUNNY Okanagan! The rain…… its endless. Great food and lots to do, though.
    My next two projects are for my niece and nephew – I’m making them lap quilts for Christmas and need to start now to get it done in time. Need a bit more fabric for my nephew’s but my nieces is all together.
    Thanks for a chance at your giveaway! Happy sewing.

  519. Shelley says:

    your city is beautiful! I guess it’s all that rain, huh? Well, I have two projects going right now that will be finished up in another month for one and by Christmas for the other. I am making a bed-sized quilt called “Country Wedding” for my daughter and son-in-law. It was supposed to be done for their anniversary on October 8th but then they went and got pregnant and their son is due on October 8th. So, move over mom and dad’s quilt and make room for a baby quilt! LOL

  520. Jill says:

    Great post about your city. I plan to make 2 tablerunners as Christmas gifts soon.

  521. Karen U says:

    My next 2 sewing project will include the quilting of my son’s quilt and a christmas wall hanging for my sister. Fingers crossed I win! Thanks!

  522. Sherry Keith says:

    Hello from Daytona beach, FL where your Gypsy Girl design fits so well with the boardwalk and saltwater taffy, sunny beach and blue waves!
    My next ( current) project is a folk art piece depicting my BFF since Jr. High School, Jenny and me under her umbrella at the beach. It has a yellow opaque reveal layer on top… when lifted back… along with it goes all the hustle bustle of the beach… kites, cars,( yes, you can park and drive on our beach) and advertizing planes, and restaurants.. leaving only we two under the Med.blue silk umbrella.. with our sunblocks and a bowl of cherries… watching the water, while the sun blazes around us. Fun!

    And my project after that… is to spend a day at Pioneer Settlement for the Arts, learning the walking weave on a triangle loom..from Shar of Shawls by Shar… my husband made me the loom to her specs for Christmas several years back and I am finally going to spend a whole day or 2? learning and making my first shawl on the loom.
    I am very excited about this…

    Quilting is still pretty much a mystery to me… it is next on my list, however… I gotta do it!
    thanks for all your pretty stuff and the free pattern.

  523. DanelleB says:

    I Love Vancouver!! Been there a few times and would love to go back again. I am working on a quilt for my son and beginning a Christmas quilt. Crazy to think the holidays are right around the corner. Love the fabric!!!!

  524. TX JennyWren says:

    THAT IS SUCH CUTE FABRIC – JUST PERFECT FOR MY CHRISTMAS SEWING PROJECTS!! I AM MAKING QUILTS FOR MY GRANDKIDS (AND I HAVE 3 GRANDDAUGHTERS). THANKS FOR A CHANCE TO WIN.
    TXJENNYWREN.BLOGSPOT.COM

  525. Aletta says:

    My next two sewing projects will be finishing machinequilting a charity quilt and after that I would love to start on a boyish quilt. Thanks for a chance to win!

  526. Judy says:

    My next 2 projects will for sure be: #1 hem a homecoming dress for my daughter’s friend and #2 will be to make some Est. 2012 embroidered pillows for my niece who is getting married in November. Then it’s really time to get my game on for Christmas gifts – so many ideas, not enough time. Thanks for the chance – the fabric is beautiful!

  527. Mary says:

    Hi there-Love the Gypsy collection colors! My projects coming up are quilts for my kids. I’ve got 5 of them running around ages 3-11 and am attempting to make them each a quilt for Christmas. It’s a first for me. I have almost finished one quilt top finished, but haven’t started any others. Yikes!

  528. Donna says:

    I am trying to use up my stash of 30s repros. The finished quilt will go to my granddaughter. Another stash QIP is random 4 patches, for the grandson.

  529. My next 2 sewing projects are likely to be small projects. I quite like to have a go at a change purse and an zipper organizer.

    Please count me in to your generous giveaway. Nice to read about Vancouver. My grandparents lived there a long time ago and I had a great aunt that lived there too.

  530. Celine says:

    Vancouver is definitely on my list of cities to visit… maybe one day! My next 2 projects are a table runner for Christmas and a fabric basket for a swap. I love your Gipsy Girl fabrics, so bright and cheerful, I’d love to win some. Thanks for the chance to win.

  531. Connie P says:

    I have a scrappy quilt top that I am piecing and then I am going to start on a retro hourglass quilt.

  532. Jordan says:

    AHHH! I love all of your fabrics!!!! :D So bright and beautiful! My next 2 projects include a bright wonky star quilt, and a half square triangle sampler quilt. I hope I win so I can make one of them with your beautiful fabric instead of my current stash!

  533. Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    My next two projects are baby quilts, for two upcoming baby showers. And then more baby quilts (lots of folks around me are all having babies)!!!

  534. Meredith F. says:

    My next two projects are finishing up the quilt for a local girls ranch and quilting my vintage holiday quilt. I piece like the wind but get slowed down with the quilting!

  535. Martha says:

    I’m working on finishing a t-shirt quilt for a customer, and starting on another t-shirt quilt for a customer. After that hopefully we will move into our newly remodeled home and I will go crazy with making curtains, cute ones for the kitchen, I don’t care for blinds, and table runners, dinning room chair cushions, bedside end table runner, and also matching lamp shades recovered, and vanity dresser runner and so the list keeps going, and decorating my very own sewing room!!

  536. Bev says:

    Love the new fabric! My next sewing project is my first quilt with embroidered blocks and my first applique wall hanging. So much to do, so little time.

  537. Anita says:

    My next two projects are a lap quilt for my Grandma for her 90th birthday and a Christmas quilt. I lived in Vancouver when I was a kid. I was there during Expo ’86. I remember one year it snowed on Christmas day (instead of rain). That was exciting. :)

  538. Martha says:

    My next two sewing projects will include pillowcases to be donated to the cancer hospital in Buffalo, NY, and a small bed runner style quilt for donation to the area transplant services.

  539. Cindy Farmer says:

    My next two sewing projects will be a table runner for my kitchen table and a quilt for my daughters bed. The Gypsy Girl would be the perfect fabric for make my daughter’s quilt!!!

  540. Cloud Mom says:

    I am just starting a Stack and Slash with a few Moda fabric. Then I will I am going to work on my 12 days of Christmas pattern.

  541. Lisa Feltz says:

    Gypsy looks so fresh and cheery! My next two projects are Halloween wall hangings and a banner, and then a case for my tablet. Can’t believe how attached I have become tp it!

  542. Brooke says:

    Hmmm, next 2 projects…quilting 2 tops that I have finished (I’m counting that as one project) and making a bunch of burp clohs and bibs for baby shower gifts!

  543. Kd says:

    Unconventionally, my next two sewing projects will probably be a Roman Shade and a printer cover. Love Gypsy Girl with it’s bright colors and happy motifs. Thanks!

  544. Kris S says:

    I am working on a series of orange and black quilts for Halloween, so my next two projects will be in that series.

    Love your new fabric. Very sweet and colorful.

  545. Alicia Hunt says:

    I need to plan for my next 2 projects. A baby quilt for my soon to come Grandson, and I really like your block and fabric. Got to make a quit with that fabric!

  546. Pat C says:

    My next 2 projects are remaking a fall wall hanging and sewing an apron for myself so I will stop making a mess of my clothing when I’m baking! I also love Gypsy Girl – so cheerful!

  547. Wendy says:

    My next two sewing projects will be a zippered purse for Mum to put her blood pressure machine in and a project bag for me to take to craft group. Thanks for the great giveaway – love your fabric!

  548. Cassandra says:

    I LOVE that fabric. It’s perfect!! My next two sewing projects… an apron for myself and a quilt for the nephew who will be born in December. :) Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  549. Judy in Michigan says:

    I hope to start 2 little girl quilts for my cousin’s granddaughters. I also am working on a “Around the Neighborhood” quilt for the quilt shop that I work for. Always something fun – never boring or difficult. Thanks for the chance to win one of your beautiful designs.

  550. margaret b says:

    My next two projects are a tablerunner for a gift and finishing a set of baby quilts for twins.

  551. Sue Foster says:

    I love the Pacific Northwest. I have lived in Seattle for 12 years and now live in Spokane.

    My two next projects are American Doll clohes for my grandaughters for Christmas and a nursing apron for my daughter. Then I will get piecing and cutting for several projects.

    Your line is so fresh and vibrant!!

  552. Joan says:

    My next 2 projects are quilting baby quilts!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Love your fabric!

  553. MaryBeth says:

    I’m finishing up a Bonnie Hunter class Smith Mountain Morning in red/white/blue. It’s really going to be pretty. Then I’ll be making a queen sized quilt for my daughter. It’s an easy pattern , but I’ve never made anything this big before!!

  554. Barb F says:

    My next to projects are a baby quilt and a Halloween quilt. Love the colors in Gypsy Girl.

  555. Gretchen says:

    My next two projects are a hexagon quilt that I am working on currently and a baby quilt I need to start ASAP. Thanks for the chance at your lovely new fabric line!

  556. I’ve always wanted to visit Vancouver – thanks for the tour! I have my eye on two sew alongs on two different blogs right now. One is a Mystery quilt and one is a Row Quilt, which come to think of it, is also a mystery! That or one of the hundred projects in line to be made. Still working on a Dear Jane quilt as well. Needless to say, I have plenty to work on. Thanks for the chance!

  557. Sandy N says:

    I have a purse and a quilt top to finish. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

  558. Louise says:

    My next new project will be a baby quilt for a new baby girl at our church. Next month we will be starting our next journey with Prairie Women by Pam Buda. I won’t be talking here about the multitude of UFOs in various stages of progress.

  559. Kathleen says:

    I am currently working on a diagonal set string block quilt. Lights to gradual darks in each 6″ square. I have a mystery quilt I pick at every so often and am planning a table runner for the holidays.

  560. Leanne Valiukas says:

    There is always a quilt next in time to be made but I also need to make a Monkey for my son’s Birthday and a new bag for my daughter. I just love your new Gypsy Gril range and also the Tradewinds range

  561. My next two projects are a baby quilt for my sister using Brrr! as she LOVES polar bears and red and teal – a serious match made in heaven!! And also two pram quilts for her – one for a boy and one for a girl – as they’re leaving it as a surprise, so she’ll get the appropriate one plus the gender neutral cot quilt :)

  562. Lisa W says:

    My next projects are Christmas quilts for gifts. Thanks for the chance to win!

  563. Cindy says:

    My next 2 projects are baby quilts!! Then I have to start getting ready for a craft show in November. Thanks!:)

  564. Mary Ellen says:

    Thank you for your giveaway. My next two projects are pillowcases to match quilts I’ve made and a charity quilt for the VA.

  565. Elaine says:

    Just found your blog thanks to the blog hop! Love the Gypsy Girl line! I have a new granddaughter coming soon and would love to make her some things!

  566. Nicole says:

    My next two sewing projects will be quilts for my two boys that I planned to make last Christmas! Hopefully I can get them done before December.

  567. Sharon L. says:

    My next 2 projects will be a purse/tote bag for my daughter. The other will be a mini quilt for the quilt guilds auction that will be held during their quilt show in February. I just joined tonight at the monthly meeting. Thanks for the lovely fabric giveaway.

  568. nrnoodle says:

    I have about 6 t-short quilts I am working on right now for friends who have lost loved ones recently. I also have a cute little boxy pattern that I have been wanting to try out.

  569. Yvonne says:

    I have 3 baby quilts to make for little girls, a Christmas gift for a friend and a quilt for my husband. Thanks for the giveaway

  570. Karen O says:

    Next 2 projects are to finish my monthly ‘Schnibbles’, and to start MY quilt! I have had the fabric for a while, now i need to make it.

  571. Heather G says:

    My next two sewing projects are a baby quilt and doll for my etsy shop. Love the new collection. The colors are so bright and cheery. Thanks for the chance to win.

  572. Kathryn says:

    I’m into sewing baby things right as several co workers are due shortly..quilts, burp cloths etc. Thanks for your giveaway!

  573. Dana says:

    I’m starting on Christmas stockings trying to get a jump on the holidays, then I’m going to start an applique wall hanging that I’ve had the pattern for quite a while, applique isn’t something I know much about, but I’m going to learn.

  574. Sandra says:

    I found the cutest Halloween wool & stitchery project yesterday doing the Texas shop hop. Can’t wait to start!!!
    I’m also working on Lisa’s PG Favorite things. Love your fresh colors!!!

  575. Abby says:

    My next two projects are: finishing a king size quilt for a friend with African fabrics and black accents and then finished 2 dance costumes for a dancer in my studio.

  576. Barb Colvin says:

    I’m going to be making some new pj’s and pillowcases. I’m in desperate need of both! Of course, I should finish the quilts I started for my son and his boy first.

  577. Lil says:

    I have to work on a BOM from Australia and then I have to work on an autumn themed table topper

    thanks for your ever so colorful fabrics

  578. Sue Horton says:

    I need to finish a Christmas quilt i have been working on for some time. Then I will go to a Halloween quilt and then a t-shirt quilt for my grandaughter who graduated from KU Nursing. Thanks, I love your colorful fabrics

  579. Liz Tius says:

    Wow a felllow Vancouverite. My husband is a born and bred Vancouverite. I’m an import from the interior of B.C. Your fabric is beautiful and I am proud to say that I sorta maybe kinda know a celebrity. After all we do live close. My next two projects are a table runner and a quilt for my girlfriend for christmas.

  580. apple blossom says:

    live in Grand Forks, ND

    I have a grandkids quilt that is in works for my mom and have to start a quilt for my daughter that is graduating in the spring.

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  581. Tiffany says:

    Right now I’m working on a quilted growth chart for my twin boys. After that, it will be either a Christmas advent calendar or a Storm at Sea (gulp!) quilt for my parents!

  582. Shawn says:

    live in Michigan. I am working on tshirt pillow and a need to start a quilt for my son.

  583. Lisa E says:

    Gypsy Girl is beautiful. Just the kind of colors I like. My next sewing project is a Halloween costume for my daughter who wants to be Minne Mouse. The one after that is a twin quilt for my teenager. I have lots to keep me busy!

  584. Susie Johnson says:

    I am working on a quilt block of the month project.

  585. Margaret says:

    I’m going to start a hexie quilt and make some zipper pouches for gifts.

  586. Pamela says:

    I’m working on a Christmas block of the month which will be finished for Christmas….and I am ready to start a baby quilt for my newest grandchild, who is due on November 28th. What more in the world could you wish for than a new baby Grandchild to hold and new fabric to sew. Best Wishes to all

  587. Dorian Stanley says:

    First i must say that yor “Gypsy Girl” line with its plaid, dotted and curly-cued flowers is absolutelyand creatively wonderful. The first project i will be working on is the basket quilt that i started before i fractured my left arm (radius) bone this summer while trolling for salmon on our fishing vessel. finally my arm is getting back to normal…and i am back to work. My next project will be making some more pin cushions for our quilt guilds’ birthday box.

  588. Linda L says:

    Thanks for your update. I, too, love Vancouver. My next two projects will be an Ipad cover and a quilt for our grandson. Thanks for the peek at your new line.

  589. Kacy Burchfield says:

    My next two projects are placemats for my table and finishing up a quilt for a new baby girl in the family!

  590. Claudia says:

    My New Year’s resolution was start one quilt, finish two – and I am doing it. I love it. I seem to have a lot of UFO’s and the stack is slowling getting smaller. Thanks for the giveaway.

  591. Heather says:

    I do love Vancouver and I’ve been to Vij’s, too! YUMM! I live in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan but my daughter has lived in Vancouver for the past 7 years and we visit her often. She’s a bit of a foodie so we have enjoyed many excellent restaurants there.

    Next two projects … an overdue (the quilt not the baby) baby quilt for my nephew’s little guy and a quilt for my 22 year old son who goes to college in Louisville, Kentucky (lacrosse scholarship).

  592. Carol says:

    My next project is a scrap quilt using Lonni Rossi’s vegetable prints (they have nicely aged), then a ghastly quilt for my son who loves Edward Gorey, and then I think a pattern form Carrie Nelson using a couple of 3 Sisters jelly rolls. That is, unless something else comes up, which it probably will.

  593. Deborah K. says:

    Your Gypsy Girl is another collection I NEED! My next two projects need to be a Nook Tablet cover for my sister and a jellyroll lap quilt for me!

  594. montse says:

    My intention is to finish some UFO’s: a qult using some Terrain jellyrolls and some cushions for my mother.

  595. Kathleen says:

    I’m currently working on a quilt using 1930′s reproduction fabric. I love the wonderful colour and prints they had back then. It’s being done with English Paper Piecing and I’m piecing it all by hand. I’ve got a ways to go but it will be a fun journey. Another project I’ll be starting up soon will be a redwork quilt with all snowmen. This will also be lots of hand work but I love keeping my hands busy and between these two projects I’ll have plenty to do this winter.

  596. Caroline says:

    Golly, my next two projects? Well, technically it is just the basement organization and room organization. But that includes making pillows, curtains, shelving, and a pallet couch. Then I’m working on two baby blankets, a blue and pink one so we are prepared either way when our baby gets here in the next 6 or so weeks. (Yes, a lot of this is nesting.) :)

  597. Deb Cline says:

    I am finishing a log cabin quilt for my niece. After that, I am a bit undecided. My son wants a t-shirt quilt, I’d like to start a new crib quilt, and I also want to try making a Hidden Wells quilt. So many choices!

  598. Debbie in WI says:

    I would love to work up some of the patterns and blocks from this blog hop for one, and the other project I’d like to work on would be some sort of table runner for my dining room table for Fall.
    Thanks for the giveaway and adorable block!

  599. Haley says:

    My next projects are going to be a wallet for a friend and possibly a baby quilt.

  600. JennyG says:

    My next two projects are some mini layettes for some friends who just had babies, and then some fresh kitchen towels for me.

  601. Michelle says:

    I love Vancouver! Great place to visit although I probably visit the airport more than anywhere else as you have to fly to YVR to get anywhere from Prince Rupert. Not sure about my next to project, have to hurry up and finish my current one, a large lap quilt for my daughter who is spending the next year in Paris (tough life) and then I think my next one will be a quilt for my son. I am thinking of the Gamer quilt from the Geared for Guys book.
    Love your fabric, glad to see a Canadian designer ;) .
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  602. Jeanne says:

    I am working on a memory quilt for one of my dearest friends, Judy. She lost the love of her life a year ago next month and today would have been their 35 wedding anniversary. My heart aches for her and we try to spend a lot of time together. The next quilt I am working on is for a very special friend, my dad’s and hubby’s cardiologist who is retiring this year. It is with a heavy heart that I work on this quilt. He was a big part of my life for 40 years.
    We will miss him dearly. Thanks for a chance to win.

  603. Melanie C says:

    I’m making an apron for my grandma and my block of the month quilt

  604. Shazz says:

    Thank-you so much for showing us your beautiful city.Hope to visit one day. At the moment I am doing Great Granny Squares using a Gypsy Girl Jelly Roll, I just love how its coming along.it makes me sew happy, love your designs and colours,the next quilt will be something using the triangle cutter on my new baby go…thanks for sharing

  605. Lori Kay says:

    My next two sewing projects are in-process – a baby quilt for my grandniece Claire, and a Square Bear softie. Thanks for the giveaway!

  606. Kate says:

    A hexagon quilt with Gypsy Girl! and a laptop bag for my 14 year old! Thank you. Vancouver looks beautiful. Perhaps my 3rd project will be to save money to visit!

  607. Cal says:

    I am in the midst of making a jacket for my husband, but on my list are a Spring dress for my daughter (by the way the Gypsy girl line would make beautiful little girl dresses), and something for me! A quilt for my boy has been in the backburner for a long time now, still waiting.

  608. Anne says:

    Beautiful pictures of Vancouver! Sewing on a binding for a sampler and next project will be a little twister.

  609. Missie says:

    Very cute fabrics! My next two projects are for two sisters who will be married soon. I like to make large couch quilts for newlyweds. One of these new brides wants a fall colored quilt and the other wants it to match her wedding…shades of eggplant and light fuchsia. Thanks for the chance to win!

  610. Michelle says:

    Love your Gypsy Girl fabric! I just started cutting fabrics for a Tula Pink Kiss Kiss quilt and I’m collecting fabric from your Tradewinds line to do that Tradewinds quilt from Planted Seed. Love it!!!!

  611. My next 2 projects are a quilt for a tutorial and a quilt for a pattern. I am always sewing up a quilt :)

  612. CindyC says:

    My next two projects: add applique to a log cabin basket quilt top and get it ready to go to a few shows and make some Santa Claus wall hangings for Christmas gifts. I love the artwork in your fabric and on your homepage. Nice flowers!

  613. Deb H. says:

    My next two sewing projects will be pencil cases from Zakka Style for Christmas gifts and pencil rolls for my Etsy shop. I also want to make a sewing tote for myself…..we’ll see if that happens!

  614. Amanda says:

    My next 2 projects are completing my Groove quilt and creating a tutorial for a blog hop I’m in. Thanks for the chance to win!

  615. Jean B says:

    My next two projects are both baby quilts. One for my greatgrandson just born and the other for my grandaughter that is on the way and due in 7 weeks. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

  616. Connie says:

    I have a quilt to finish quilting and several runners I am working on. Thanks for sharing your town with us!

  617. Amy C says:

    My next two sewing prjects are a tote for a swap on Flickr and a set of nesting boxes – Christmasy ones :) Terrific fabric :) And giveaway!!!

  618. My next 2 projects are quilts – one for my mum’s 90th birthday in November and one for my sister, possibly for Christmas using a jelly roll.

  619. Regina says:

    My am in the process of gathering my supplies for my next two projects. One is an orange and white scarp quilt that needs to completed by May as a graduatiion gift for a cousin that is a senior in high school. Since she wants to take it off to college, I guess I technically have until the fall to have it done. The other is a wool applique wall hanging that I am make as a celebration gift for a sorority sister. Our sorority turns 100 in 2013.

  620. Pam says:

    With our last child a freshman in college, I have a Bucket List of things I have put off for the last 29 years (when our eldest was born). Well, actually, the pantry has been cleared out many times in 29 years but this time it was to scale down for just the two of us (we have 5 children). Next is my quilt room! I am going to work on my daughter’s wedding quilt and our youngest daughter’s quilt. OK eldest daughter was married a year ago but I do have all the fabric ready for both!
    Your fabrics are beautiful. Way out of my old comfort zone (I am a shabby chic pink sort of girl) but I am learning to love the ‘new’ brights which are so reminiscent of the 60s to me!

  621. Karen Dobbs says:

    I live in Fresno, California. My next two projects? I’m continually working on a block of the month class as well as the fat quarter designer mystery block of the month in the beautiful Vintage Modern fabrics. Next I really need to make the table runner for my daughter and son-in-law.

  622. Gloria Bruce says:

    I am working on a Hungry Catapiller quilt for my grandaughter and 2 quilts for a nephews coming twin girls.

  623. Heather says:

    My next two projects are to work on my tiny appliqued basket quilt and assemble a black, pink and white quilt that has been in the UFO pile for years. I love you fabric.

  624. Debbie Peterson says:

    Hummm, next 2 projects. I make a pillow case and decorate an apron each month for my 8 year old niece. So, those are my next two projects. October is just around the corner.

  625. Leslie says:

    My next two projects will be two baby quilts. One for a sweet grand daughter who arrived 5 weeks early and is doing great. The other for my daughter’s best friend, whose baby is due in November. Hoping he doesn’t make an early arrival too!!

  626. Debra George says:

    I’m finishing up two quilts for Christmas gifts, but after that I’ll be working on a quilted crossword puzzle. I can’t wait to get started on it! I’ll also be working on some Christmas season wall hangings and other things for miscellaneous gifts and perhaps to sell.

  627. Carmen says:

    1) finish making curtains for my daughter’s bedroom and 2) I’m not sure. I think it may be a skirt pattern for her as well.

  628. Pauline says:

    My next two projects are for a tutorial due late October and I’ll be working on a quilt for Market….I’m expecting the fabric early next week. Then the stress begins. ‘Gypsy Girl’ is a winner, thanks for the peek and for the chance to win some.

  629. Karen M says:

    I just have to say Gypsy Girl is beautiful. I love the bright colors and it just says fun! As far as my next two projects … hum … my daughter wants a zippered pouch, so that will be one of them and then I would like to make a mini quilt out of some mini charm packs that I recently acquired.

  630. Lynn M says:

    My next two projects are works in progress right now. I’m finishing up two UFOs so I can get them off my sewing table. Then I’ll have time for something new.

  631. Beth T. says:

    My sweetheart has asked me to make quilts for our two best friends for Christmas, so those projects have jumped to the top of my very long To Do list.

  632. Nicole Sender says:

    My next two projects will be quilts for both of my sons. I will probably do scrappy quilts!

  633. Sally M says:

    next 2 projects? Small quilt with 1800s reproduction fabric and Dove in the Window blocks, then plan to start Farmer’s Wife…..oh my, but first I ahve to finish the embroidery and applique on the reindeer games blocks!!

  634. Christina says:

    I’m currently working on a baby quilt for my little one on the way and after that it’s time to make a tree skirt for my mom’s Christmas tree this year!

  635. Lani says:

    My next projects are a baby quilt for a little one due this month and I’m working on the first block of an appliqued quilt.

    Love your bright, happy fabrics!

  636. Ellen says:

    I have a couple Christmas presents next on my list, along with some embroidery projects for myself. Thanks for the glimpse into Vancouver & for the chance to win. not to mention your beautiful fabric designs!

  637. Lisa L says:

    I’m scrambling along now trying to get christmas gifts done, but as soon as they are done I’m making myself a stand/cover for my Kindle Fire and a dress for my sweet little great niece!

  638. Bettie F says:

    I will be making gifts—several tote bags and some napkins. Love all the beautiful fabrics! it is hard to choose favorites.

  639. Liz Grundvig says:

    My next two projects are finishing two Christmas quilts for gifts. It’s fun! :) Thanks!

  640. Sara G. says:

    Oh, where to start? I’ve got fabric for a bag but haven’t decided on a pattern. I’ve got patterns for Christmas stockings but not all the fabric. I’ve got quilt blocks that need to be trimmed and sewn for a quilt. I’ve got a quilt that needs to be quilted. I’ve got some fun fabric fat quaters but no project in mind. I’ve got a embroidery project that I’m in the middle of. And a kindle pouch case I should get going on. I guess the next two will jump out of this bunch of stuff. I think I will be adding some of your lovely fabrics to my stash!

  641. Baby blanket and then quilts for family/friends for Christmas…better get a move on!

  642. Janita says:

    Your fabric is beautiful. Two projects I will be working on willbe a fall table runner and the jelly roll quilters mystery quilt . The candy blog hop has been a lot of fun . I have loved all the creations from the candy squares. Thank you. Janita

  643. Helen says:

    I am going to make a mini quilt for my dad’s wife for her birthday (better get moving on that one!), and then a cute little dog, from a pattern called Scotty McSpotty for my little girl. I have a list a mile long of projects to make, just not the time to do them!

  644. Deb says:

    Vancouver is on my near term bucket list. I was there about 34 years ago but boy has it changed since then. I have so many projects I want to finish but with Christmas coming up I have a quilt to make for both my daughter and daughter-in-law so they had better be next!

  645. Sorchagirl says:

    This year I set a goal–make a new quilt, finish an old project. I’m doing well but I have been distracted by all the great new designers the Moda Blog Hop has introduced to me. My current project is a Sudoku quilt for my granddaughter, Brittany. We started collecting the fabric in 2006. I was challenged by the stars she wanted in the sashing. I know now how to do stars–full stitching ahead!! It is almost finished.

    Thanks for the tour of Vancouver. We traveled there several times and enjoy the rainy days. Thanks for being part of the Moda Blog Hop and the chance to win part of your beautiful fabric.

  646. Alexis says:

    There is a skirt I really want to make using some chevron fabric I picked up, but I will probably be working on Halloween costumes and some pillow cases for the million pillowcase challenge. :)

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