Fabric bundles for spring

Yesterday was the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere. We’d like to celebrate by giving away five gorgeous little fabric bundles from Troy Riverwoods Collection.

These sweet little florals, plaids, dots, and blenders will bring a breath of warm springtime air to your quilt no matter where you live. Each bundle contains at least 6 fat quarters in a gorgeous range of greens, yellows, lavenders, and blues.

All you have to do is comment on this post for a chance to win. We will choose 5 winners.

Contest closes on Friday, March 25th at 4:00 PM MDT.

Good luck!

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300 Responses to Fabric bundles for spring

  1. Helen Bowie says:

    Hi: It will be most inviting, here in Nova Scotia CANADA we had our fair share of snow this winter too. Nice to have warmer thoughts of springtime and flowers blooming, etc. Capture some spring with fabric.

  2. Carol S says:

    OOHH, I just love fabrics and free ones would be wonderful!

  3. Liz says:

    I hope whoever wins will use those wonderful fabrics to make a comforting quilt for those who lost everying in the recent earthquake and tsumani in Japan.

  4. Nancy Hamm says:

    Oh my, I would love to win some spring fabric. I live to make baby and kids quilts and bright spring colors will fit right in. Hope I’m a winner!
    Nancy in Pittsburgh

  5. Leslie Lula says:

    Living in an extemely high mountain valley in Montana means that spring probably won’t reach here until the end of May! We still have feet of snow outside my window (honest!) As you leave this valley in any direction you see bare ground and all the tenative signs of spring that the other folks have mentioned. I am green with envy, but resigned. I am someone who would really appreciate a pick -me- up of spring time fabric! Thank-you for this really cool opportunity!

  6. Brenda Y says:

    What a sweet way to start Spring!!!

  7. Cindy says:

    I LOVE the colors of spring. My purple hyacinths are in full bloom, right next to my yellow daffodils, with lots of leafy greens as a backdrop. Sounds a lot like your fat quarter bundles, which would look awesome in a quilt for a displaced child. Pick me, please.

  8. Amanda Stelmach says:

    I would love to add some spring fabric to my stash. This could help movative me to make a quilt. Please pick me I am looking for a reason to sew!!!!

  9. Diana A says:

    Who can’t always use more fabric? And free is always the best!

  10. Amanda Stelmach says:

    BTY – it doesn’t feel like spring in Buffalo, NY. We had a least 4 inches of snow fall On Wednesday, March 23rd and there is still snow on the ground and cold. 16 degrees this morning.

  11. Myrna Fredericks says:

    Was just looking at a pattern to try for a charity quilt. Those colors would fit right in and brighten someone’s day.

  12. Becky Pirocchi says:

    I love your contests. So easy to enter and great prizes too. Thanks!

  13. Sue Rivers says:

    Hooray for Spring and new Spring fabric!

  14. Linda Vitzthum says:

    I certainly would love some Spring – it’s snowing up here – again!! Thanks for the opportunity to win a bit of Spring!!

  15. Leah Jespersen says:

    I do love spring and new fabric would be a delightful thing.

  16. Patricia Scott says:

    Spring, what a wonderful season. Spring fabric is even better. A little sunshine of fabric is just what I need.

  17. Mary Ellen Fleschner says:

    I absolutely love fabric and quilting. My husband tells me it is probably the thing that keeps me sane.

  18. Charlotte Hodges says:

    winning some free spring fabrics would certainly cheer me up and get me in the mood to quilt!

  19. Sue Totzke says:

    I could use some Spring Pick-me-up! here’s my entry!

  20. Madeline Wallace says:

    I’ve never seen that line of fabric before, please let me win some!

  21. Sharon Siacci says:

    We’ve started Autumn – I’m listening to the rain on the tin roof now. Enjoy your Spring Northern Hemisphere.

  22. noranne yeager says:

    Looked at your website and all the lovely fabrics.

  23. Stella Sutton says:

    What quilter wouldn’t love to have free fabric to use in some Spring project? Please, please pick me!!

  24. Cecilia Young says:

    I’m ready for spring! Thanks for the chance tow in fabric.

  25. Jennifer says:

    Spring material would be great! I could use some to start a quilt for spring.

  26. Joyce says:

    I would love free fabric. I love looking ,reading , and learning from your website.

  27. Lois says:

    Having a bad day at work so thought I would switch gears and think about fabric for a while. Would love to add some fun fabric to the quilts I’m thinking about making for spring!

  28. Mary Boggia says:

    Spring is a new beginning–of the year, of all the many projects to sew and a new start to live life more generously to help those in need. Thank you for your quilt project to help those in Japan! Free fabric would help me to give more. Thank you.

  29. Patti Legge says:

    Those are my favorite colors. Currently working on a quilt for Japan and on Monday will try to get others at the senior center where I sew to join in the effort, I am going to offer them some of my “stash” if they will use it for Japan. Sounds like this giveaway would help my efforts or add to my stash for Project Linus.

  30. Jean Garces says:

    I would love to get these fabrics! Thanks so much for the opportunity.

  31. Joan MacKinnon says:

    I need a dose of spring right now, and would love to use some bright new fabrics to brighten up my days.

  32. Denise Mc says:

    I am so glad to see Spring! Daffodils and trees blooming. Grass getting green. I also love the colors in the QN cover.

  33. Sharon says:

    I am missing spring back home but love being with grandchild. Bundle of love.

  34. Jill Warren says:

    one of these days I am going to win!

  35. Nancy B says:

    What could be better – Spring is here and new fabric. Thank you for the chance.

  36. Carmen Damico says:

    Our weather is warm and sunny. My
    Orange and lemon trees are budding!

  37. Judy Akers says:

    I love plaids! How fun with dots and florals and more! Hope they come to me.

  38. Rebecca says:

    Spring in the south is mid 80′s. Just think, by the time summer gets here is will be >100. Thank goodness for air contiditioning so I can quilt year round,

  39. Like I need more fabric, but I hope i win.

  40. Marta Bradley says:

    love spring. love quilting. love your magazine!

  41. Marilyn Munts says:

    I think every “Lady of the Quilt” would love this.

  42. Irene MacArthur says:

    I need to make a Quilt for our Hanover Garden Club Raffle. You just gave me a few very interesting ideas. Thanks a bunch. If I do win -all the better;-)

  43. Pat Hersl says:

    I want to play! Thanks for the fun.

  44. Suzanne Braun says:

    Me, me, choose me, please. I will enlist the help pf my mini group and we will make a quilt to send to Japan with the fabrics. We have quite a few friends from Japan in our weekly bee, and are grateful their families seem to be safe. But we would like to help those who have been less fortunate. Thanks.

  45. QuiltNGanny says:

    Free Fabric? I’m in!

  46. Janice Addams says:


  47. Tonya R. says:

    Did you say Lavender???? Wow I just love the springy colors you are naming. Makes me all warm and fuzzy thinking about it. Just think of the wonderful wallhanging I could incorporate those fabrics in……;) You could pick me and I would have all kinds of fun.

  48. barbara says:

    Would love a little Spring around here! Or at least 10 more degrees every day! Fun contest.

  49. Nancy Ferris says:

    Please pick me. I’m relatively new to quilting and my stash just isn’t up to par.

  50. Marilyn Riordan says:


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