QUILTS & FABRIC: PAST & PRESENT By Quilt Historian Barbara Brackman Above: Moda's Baltimore Blues

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Three Million Quilt Fabric Giveaway

Sometime this month the stats will say I've had three million hits on this Material Culture blog over the past five or six years.


Thanks for reading it.

Time to celebrate!
What would be fun?

You readers would probably like a give-away.

I've got a bunch of precuts from my next Moda line
Baltimore Blues and I'll be glad to ship them around the world.

Big ones to the US; small ones across the oceans.

Me, I think I'll have a few Cheetos and a glass of Malbec. 


Allison C Bayer Plano TX said...

Wow! Thanks for the opportunity. I'm looking for a line of pretty fabrics for a new quilt and yours would fit the bill. Saw them on Facebook via Moda and had to wipe the drool of my keyboard. I have one separate from my hubby, as I droll often while looking at fabric. Thank you! Hugs, Allison C Bayer in Plano, Texas allon0711@yahoo.com (all on zero seven one one)

Rose Anne B said...

raburdeny@yahoo.ca has maybe bought 2 quilt books in 2016 - on a tight budget. Thank you for your generous offer. Rose Anne

Anonymous said...

I have been reading all of your blogs for quite a few years. They are so interesting and informative, plus I love your fabric lines! I have probably bought at least 10 quilt books in the past year, though in 2013 after the major flood in southern Alberta, I purchased well over 350 quilt books to replace all of my "favourites" that I lost! Take care. Tammy morrowrj(at)telus(dot)net

O'Quilts said...

You are very very generous. I know why you have all those hits...cuz you are a hit!!!

Katherine Solbert said...

I love your blog....LOVE your books and own quite a few of them. I always seek out our fabric line and own a lot of it too! You are definitely one of my most favorite designers. I have learned a great deal from you as well on history. Thank you! Katherine Solbert, Landrum, SC kjsolbert@gmail.com

jes1776 said...

I have bought two or three quilting books this year; either on Amazon or from AQS, and at least one for free from the local library free box!

Kath said...

How exciting! I love the images you chose to accompany this post- perfect!