Gardenvale fabrics by jen king well for Moda fabrics

Big Giveaway Day: Gardenvale Fabrics

Giveaway is now closed! thanks for all the comments, I love reading them and learning more about what quilters and sewers are doing.

The Winner is Christy and she was notified by email. Thanks!

Gardenvale fabrics by jen king well for Moda fabrics

It’s a great day for a fabric giveaway! Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the quilting world. If you are a regular reader, I thank you for the kind comments. If you are visiting for the first time from the Sew Mama Sew giveaway day: I am glad you found me and I hope you will come back again soon.

For my giveaway, I have seven prints from the brand new (and much anticipated) range by Jen Kingwell for Moda: Gardenvale. The light piece on the far right in the photo is a fat quarter, the other six are large fat eighths (around 12″ x 21″). A good little bundle to get you started on your next sewing project.

All you must do to earn a chance to win is leave a comment here on this post. Tell me your very favorite type of quilting project, for example: simple, fast patchwork, paper-piecing, curved piecing, applique or other handwork, etc. If you are not a quilter, what would you like to make with this fabric?

Leave an optional second comment (and another chance to win) if you share a post or photo from my website on Facebook or Pinterest.

Eclipse quilt pattern by Color Girl Sharon McConnell

My favorite it curved piecing! I love experimenting with different shapes and layouts that you can get with curved shapes in quilts. Above, Eclipse is my newest quilting pattern and I have just listed it in my shop in print form, so you can get it in print or pdf download. I just finished my first semester back at University (yea!), so I am looking forward to sewing some new curvy quilts during the summer break!

Good Luck, and thanks for stopping by,


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293 thoughts on “Big Giveaway Day: Gardenvale Fabrics

  1. Sarah says:

    Right now I am into making traditional sampler blocks.

  2. Sarah says:

    I pinned your quilt on pinterest: /

  3. Shelley Folkerts says:

    I have been working with more modern versus traditional quilt patterns and designs. I would like to do more paper piecing in the future.
    smflks at gmail dot com

  4. Catrin Lewis says:

    I’ve only made one block with curved piecing but I really enjoyed it!

  5. JoNell says:

    Bag and tote creations.

  6. SarahAnne (sash) Hazlewood says:

    I love designing and piecing.

  7. JoNell says:

    Pinned Eclipse

  8. Sarah B says:

    As a beginner I like working on simple quilts right now. However I do have a bucket list started and would like to challenge myself.

  9. Sarah B says:

    I follow on bloglovin and facebook.

  10. Jessica says:

    I love simple patchwork quilts.

  11. Deb says:

    I like simple patchwork the best.

  12. Kathy E. says:

    I would say my favorite is fast patchwork. I’ve made a few traditional blocks with teeny pieces and found it frustrating. I’d rather sew than cut and line up pieces!

  13. Hannah says:

    My favorite is fast patchwork, but I want to try paper piecing soon.

  14. Sophie says:

    scrap quilts were my first live and I still do love them.

  15. Debbie D says:

    I love regular piecing and I love anything lap quilt or smaller.. baby quilts, home dec stuff.. I was just eyeing this collection 🙂 Thanks for the offer!

  16. Susan Ikin says:

    I like foundation paper piecing for the exactness, but love applique as I like to do hand work a lot.

  17. Susan Ikin says:

    pinned hula Girl quilt on Pinterest

  18. Nanna says:

    My favorite type of quilting is something that challenges me. Fabric here in Germany is very expensive so it has to last me quite a while. I like to try patterns and techniques I’ve never done before and my quilts are always queen-sized.

  19. Tamie says:

    I love the precision of paper piecing.

  20. Jess says:

    Anything with a lot of squares 🙂

  21. Kathy Eyre says:

    I usually end up making totes, purses and wallets

  22. Erin says:

    New follower on IG!
    I’m mostly a big quilt quilter, lol. King sized. And lap sized I guess!

  23. annette says:

    My favorite is simple since i’m new at it.

  24. Fred says:

    I love appliqué!

  25. Fred says:

    I follow you on Bloglovin

  26. Southern Gal says:

    I’ve only completed one quilt and it was a pinwheel quilt. I like pre-cuts and fast piecing. The next project I have lined up is a quilt for my son using charms. Thanks!

  27. Cheryl says:

    Entry #2 — Pinned one of your images:

  28. Judy Cooper says:

    I like making quilted totes and small quilted pieces.

  29. LINDA says:

    HELLO,I’m working on spring-time table toppers this coming week for gifts! Thanks to you for a neat Giveaway!

  30. LINDA says:


  31. Ruth Lutz says:

    I love a project that can be completed quickly – I get discouraged by things that drag on and on. I can spend all day sewing, but really love to see that finished project when I’m done!
    Warm regards,
    Ruth L

  32. Bonnie says:

    I enjoy paper-piecing and these fabrics would be a perfect addition to my stash. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  33. Michaela says:

    Simple and quick!

  34. christy says:

    Lately I’ve been enjoying EPP, but I haven’t actually finished a project with it yet!

  35. christy says:

    I also shared your beautiful After the Rain quilt on Pinterest. I’m curlygirl575 there.

  36. diane b says:

    Hi Sharon, it’s nice to meet you:0
    Simple and fast period.
    Thank you so much for sharing w/me.

  37. Stacy says:

    I like mini quilts and applique.

  38. Niechelle Wade says:

    I’m froma traditional quilting background, I love to explore modern freestyle technique! 🙂

  39. Niechelle Wade says:

    I pinned one of your beautiful quilts. 🙂

  40. Melinda whitfill says:

    I am game on really anything because I love to quilt. My favorite thing is adding to a small size quilt and designing to make it a queen size using squares, rectangles or triangles with different sashing and borders.

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