Intersections Collection Fabric Bundle Giveaway!

PLEASE NOTE, THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED. CONGRATULATIONS PATTY!

QN associate editor Mary Kate Karr-Petras posted on our blog yesterday about maps printed on fabric and map quilts, so when you read today about “Intersections” fabric, street intersections might have immediately come to mind. This is not the kind of intersections we’re talking about today, however, but the intersections of florals, bubbles and linear painterly prints.

Intersections by Lily Martine Baxter for P&B Textiles was one of the Staff Picks fabric collections in the current issue of Quilters Newsletter, June/July 2014. If you haven’t already grabbed your copy, this is a packed issue full of charity quilts, history quilts, LED lights on quilts, intermediate and challenging quilt patterns and so much more! And it’s still available at quiltshops, bookstores and online at QuiltandSewShop.com.

Here’s a picture of a quilt block made with the Intersections collection:blockInt2 Intersections Collection Fabric Bundle Giveaway!

And here’s a picture of the prize we’re giving away today, a bundle of 14 pieces of fabric from the Intersections collection by Lily Martine Baxter for P&B Textiles: Intersections Intersections Collection Fabric Bundle Giveaway!

To enter to win this bundle of Intersections collection fabric, leave a comment on this blog post below telling us what the last quilt pattern you saved to make was. Comments must be entered by 11:59 PM Mountain Time, Sunday June 29, 2014. Open to anyone worldwide who has not won anything from Quilters Newsletter in the past 90 days. If you are randomly selected as a winner, the email will come from questions@qnm.com with “Quilters Newsletter blog giveaway” in the subject line.

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439 Responses to Intersections Collection Fabric Bundle Giveaway!

  1. Jane Suzuki says:

    Beautiful fabric! Would love to win!

  2. Janet Stiles says:

    Happy colors make me smile while I quilt!

  3. Carol Dillman says:

    These fabrics are so unique. Gets the gears turning with ideas. I saved a Simple Sawtooth Star Quilt pattern to possibly use for a baby quilt.

  4. gudrun junker says:

    love to win, but i never do.

  5. Lori Chvojka says:

    I just saved the Michigan block for the Vintage Quilt Blocks State by State. I think this fabric would work great for this. Now if I can find the other states I’ll be all set!!!

  6. Carol Dodd says:

    I save lots of patterns and have more than enough to keep me busy for years to come. Just checked my file of them and the last one I saved was “Celtic Twist.”

  7. Kathleen Smith says:

    I saved the disappearing nine-patch – added to my ever-growing list of quilts to make! Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric.

  8. Lyn Kaufmann says:

    I think it was called Easy Peasy. Great fabrics-love the way the patterns and colors work together.

  9. Donna P says:

    I saved a double 9 patch. Love this fabric collection!

  10. LUCILLE BOYD says:

    I WOULD LOVE TO WIN..MY LAST PROJECT WAS A MODIFIED RAIL FENCE QUILT…

  11. Judy Paulsen says:

    I saved a summer fun table runner patterns. These fabrics would be great for this pattern.

  12. NancyB from Many LA says:

    The last pattern was the Birthday Quilt patterns from Riley Blake

  13. Becky Knopp says:

    I’m working on my pile of UFOs. I love “scrappy” quilts. Sometimes all it takes to make it pop is just one more quarter. ;-) . I love this fat quarter collection.

  14. Lorraine Digman says:

    Just saved a 16 block pattern, these fabrics would be great in this pattern

  15. Linda L. Bush says:

    There are many patterns I would like to make. Would take another lifetime.

  16. Bonnie Thiem says:

    The last quilt I saved to make was Ornaments and Baubles. These colors would look great in it. Thanks.

  17. Pattern was called ROCK HOUSE Mc Calls quilting 2003 Just love it in neutrals and dark choc. brown and white

  18. Katherine Carter says:

    I saved the drunkard s. Path for a jeans quilt these fabric s. Are beautiful, thanks!

  19. Dianne Colecchi says:

    Shades of Milan, it has beautiful colors.

  20. laura gray says:

    I saved a blind 9 patch. I can’t wait to get started on it.

  21. Christine Smith says:

    The last quilt pattern I saved to make was a log cabin pattern. I am making it for my daughter for her wedding.

  22. Susan Paxton says:

    I just saved a pattern called “charming circles” I love the challenge of it. I made one block at our guild meeting and loved it.

  23. Sherri says:

    Last saved pattern is the Hunter’s Star. Wonderful colors on this fabric, thanks for the chance to win them.

  24. Lynn D in NC says:

    I’m actually saving a quilt pattern (BOM) by PickleDish called Where Poppies Grow commemorating WWI

  25. Kathy Combs says:

    Saved a star pattern and a tumbler pattern just yesterday

  26. Brenda says:

    Great fabric! I saved a basket quilt block that goes in a sew-along basket quilt.

  27. Piroska says:

    I saved a Bear Paw pattern.

  28. Barbara S. says:

    The last pattern I saved was Chocolate & Cherries and a block pattern Eight Hands Around.

  29. Dot says:

    The last block I saved was the disappearing hourglass block from the MSQC. Really neat block. Thinking about using it for a quilt, for a friend of mine who just found out she has breast cancer.

  30. Debra Graham says:

    I saved a block called Blue Ribbon Twist. It is simple but can be changed into any color pallet and be beautiful, and with a little tweaking you can change the way it flows.

  31. Elaine H. says:

    A miniature set of paper pieced blocks. Each month a set of six is added to a quilt stores website and I love miniatures as well as paper piecing. Thanks for a chance to win.

  32. Lynn Paul says:

    Oh my goodness, mostly I just think I will remember to try something similar!

  33. Ruth Rocker says:

    The last one I saved was a simple little quilt to work on with my granddaughter who just turned ten. I’m blasted if I can find it on my computer or remember the name of it. Thanks for the giveaway – beautiful fabrics.

  34. I would love to win…..maybe I could make a Quilt of Valor for our Veterans!

  35. Judith S says:

    I just saved the nautical mug rug pattern I’ve enjoyed making the Mug rugs and my husband loves the water I would really like to win this package of fabrics

  36. auschick says:

    the last one i saved was the diamond alley quilt pattern

  37. D. Furr says:

    I saved a Star Batik pattern.

  38. Patty Rhodes says:

    I’m learning to quilt. I finished the log cabin if I win this material I will do the 9 Patch.

  39. Ruby says:

    Love this package

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