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2016 Sewing Month Celebration – Giveaway #2!

Welcome to the first full week of Sewing Month! It’s time for inspiration & giveaway #2
 
As you likely know, we have a wealth of information on our Fat Quarter Shop YouTube channel. We’ve filmed hundreds of video tutorials over the years to help you learn new skills, further develop existing skills, and to keep you – and your sewing machine – humming along happily! Each Monday this month we’re going to share some of these terrific tutorials, and will also offer our new giveaway!
 https://www.youtube.com/user/FatQuarterShop
 
Today’s video topic?  SHORTCUT QUILTS!
 
These five video tutorials are among our most popular, and for good reason! You’ll be treated to a FREE pattern and step-by-step instructions on how to make these lovely quilts – quickly! Let’s dive into the quick and easy quilts – and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!
 

 
Sew fun, right? These fun, quilty options are a breeze to make with the precuts available at Fat Quarter Shop, so have fun stitching! 
http://www.fatquartershop.com/jelly-rolls/where/dir/desc/fabric-manufacturer/moda-fabrics/order/news_from_date
 
GIVEAWAY #2!
 
Guess what we’re giving away this week? Precuts! That’s right, prizes that will help you make one of the quilts in the videos we shared today.  Woo hoo!
 
Three lucky people will win a Moda Jelly Roll of their choice! Choose from newer collections like Fern Hill, Madame Rouge, and Sundrops or go a bit further back into our inventory and treat yourself to Vintage Picnic, Songbird Gatherings, or Basic Mixologie!  If you’re one of the three lucky winners, the choice will be yours from our wide selection of Jelly Rolls! YUM.
 
To enter: Leave a comment on this blog post sharing which of these five Shortcut Quilts (shown above) is your favorite, and telling us which Moda Jelly Roll you’d choose if you win! Winners will be chosen at random. Giveaway ends on 9/12/16 at 8 AM CST. The winners will be announced in an update on this post by 9/14/16 and will be emailed. Good luck, and Happy Quilting!

UPDATE: GIVEAWAY WINNERS

Congratulations to our three winners: Nicole Maki, Quilting Tangent, and Liz! These winners have been emailed regarding their prizes. 

655 comments

  1. I have yet to make a jelly roll jam quilt, so I would make one version of that, and with the Juniper Berry jelly roll, it would be perfect for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. I would love the spooky hill halloween jelly roll!!!! I like to make different mini quilts for holidays, and have yet to make something for Halloween! I truly enjoy receiving the sew sampler each month, and the different projects are encouraging me to improve my piecing knowledge! Thank You!

  3. Love them all but have lots of jelly rolls so would choose the jelly roll jam!!! I think I would choose the blues jelly roll if there was a chance I would be so lucky!!!

  4. Fat Quarter Fizz looks like a fun quilt to make :0) I've never used a jelly roll before and I think it would be lovely to try French General's new line Madame Rouge – love, love those reds!

  5. Jelly Roll 'Slice' has become a real favorite of mine! I've always wanted to make your first Jelly Roll pattern too. I'd choose Sundrops for this one. Thank you for this giveaway chance!

  6. I love all the layer cake quilts that you developed, but Id probably choose to make Jelly Roll Jam 2 with Madame Rouge by French General. Thanks for the chance to win!
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

  7. LOVE the Layer Cake Lemonade! I'm also a huge fan of the Jelly Roll Jam – have made a few quilts with that pattern! So fast and easy! I would definitely pick Madame Rouge if I was fortunate enough to win! I need to make a new quilt for my master bedroom and the colors/patterns in this one are PERFECT! Thanks for all the wonderful tips and tutorials! LOVE FSQ so MUCH!

  8. Jelly Jam Roll II is my favorite video; I like a quilt that's a bit more organized and regular (must be OCD…ha!). I think Jen Kingwell's "Behind the Scenes" jelly roll would be so useful; just add some brights and it would be stunning. I just love her designs. Thanks for the giveaway.

  9. I love the Jelly Roll Jam and I would choose Bread and Butter! I love all the FQS videos, especially the ones with the designers sharing their favorite notions.

  10. Madame Rouge would be my choice. I love French General designs and I need a throw for my bed. I'd use the first Jelly Jam pattern as my quilted throw would be finished pretty quick! Thanks for offering great jelly rolls!

  11. I like your Fat Quarter Fizz, but if I should happen to win a LITTLE RUBY jelly roll, I would make your Jelly Roll Jam 2. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  12. The Fat Quarter Fizz is my favorite video and my fabric choice is Behind The Scenes. Thank you for sharing and have a fantastic creative day!

  13. I love Layer Cake Lemonade…lots of impact for such a simple quilt! And f I am lucky enough to be chosen, I would choose the Batik Hometown Girl jelly roll…it's so bright and fun!

  14. One of my first quilts was a jelly roll jam from Kimberly's You Tube video. Turned out great and gifted it to a friend. My favorite Moda line is Aria by Kate Spain, love a jelly roll of this. Thanks for the giveaway. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

  15. I have yet to make a jelly roll quilt. I am getting ready to make your Charm Pack Cherry, but am looking to do Jelly Roll Jam II. There are so many AWESOME jelly rolls to choose from! I do love Sundrops and Northwoods, and Summerfest and….Oh so many!! Thank you for the giveaway!! Happy Sewing Month!!

  16. My favourite shortcut quilt is the jelly roll jam and I would choose 'Lil' Red Jelly Roll
    Stacy Iest Hsu for Moda Fabrics' jelly roll if I win ????

  17. With 3 friends expecting babies, I'd make the Jelly Roll Jam and I think Sundrops would be perfect. You all are so generous – thank you for this opportunity!

  18. One of my favorites is Charm Pack Cherry but Layer Cake Lemonade is a fun one too. If I were so lucky I'd pick Madame Rouge and would be happy to make a jelly roll quilt out of that! Beautiful colors and fun quilts. Always great ideas from your company! Thanks.

  19. Thank you for the opportunity to win one of these Jelly Rolls. I'd be happy with any of them, but If I were lucky enough to win, I hope I get something sunny and happy like Sundrops or Basic Mixologie. I owe my six year old Granddaughter a quilt and the Jelly Roll Jam II pattern would be great for her. Happy Sewing Month!

  20. My favorite tutorial is the Layer Cake Lemonade–so sweet in the colors you used! And after changing my mind 50 times, I choose the Basic Mixologie Jelly Roll by Moda Fabrics as one of my favorites. So many ideas, so little time. Thanks for the chance at winning!

  21. Thank you for all these fun videos and a giveaway too! This really is a great month to celebrate sewing. I think the Fat Quarter Fizz is a quilt pattern I'd like to make. and as for jelly rolls…the ones you mention are all beautiful. I love the Songbirds Gathering the best.
    Happy Sewing!

  22. I've been a YouTube subscriber for quite some time, absolutely LOVE watching your tutorials! I've never done a jelly roll jam, think I'd like to try Jelly Roll Jam 2 with either Grand Traverse Bay or Songbird Gatherings. And maybe I'd actually keep one for myself instead of giving them as gifts!!

  23. Charm Pack Cherry is my go to if I need a quilt in a hurry! Quick and easy! Want to try Layer Cake Lemonade soon! Would choose Sundrops jelly roll, love the colors in there! Thanks!

  24. I am partial to fat quarters – as my quilting friends often tease me about! So Fat Quarter Fizz would be my choice to sew and my jelly roll choice would be either Spooky Delights by Bunny Hill or Courtyard by 3 sisters.

  25. Oh wow. So hard to choose which jelly roll. I like so many of them but I think I would pick Vintage Picnic. My favorite quilt of the five is the Jelly Roll Jam 2!

  26. I've made layer cake lemonade and it was sooo easy! I'd love to win a vintage picnic jelly roll…and if I do I already know what I'll be making!

  27. I enjoyed the Jelly Roll Jam II video a lot as we have a new great grand baby coming soon and I think I could make an easy "baby" quilt that way! I would choose the Barbara Brackman Baltimore Blues Jelly roll. I love those blues! Thank you.

  28. I am IN LOVE with the Jelly Roll Jam Shortcut Quilt! So precious! My favorite Jelly Roll is Sundrops! Love the bright colors!! Thank you so much for this chance to win! I love FQS; you guys rock!!

  29. Since I am a beginner, I would make the Jelly Roll Jam quilt as it looks the easiest.

    There were too many jelly rolls that I would like to use, but I finally settled on Stonehenge Gradations Brights Strips.

  30. All of the choices are great. I especially like Songbird Gatherings. It would be great in the Jelly Roll Jam quilt. All of the choices are so awesome.

  31. I've made the Fat Quarter Fizz in Lexington-it's out being quilted right now!
    I'd love to win Behind the Scenes jelly roll-and make your jelly roll jam.

  32. I have made numerous Jelly Roll Jams I & II, have made 2 Charm Pack Cherry quilts, and 3 Layer Cake Lemonades (with some modifications :). I have taught classes that have made 168 quilts using your patterns. Weeeeeooooo!

    I would say Jell Roll Jam II is my favorite. I am grateful for all your tutorials, it makes it so easy for students to follow-up between classes.

    I would love a Little Miss Sunshine jelly roll when I win :0

    Karee Sowards

  33. I would love to make Jelly Roll Jam!! I love that one! The jelly roll I like – well one of them πŸ™‚ is Grand Traverse Bay Jelly Roll
    Minick & Simpson for Moda Fabrics – I have admired that one and is on my wish list! thank you!

  34. I made the Lemonade Layer Cake quilt as a donation quilt and it was so easy to make that it was a fun afternoon of sewing. Thank you for the giveaway. My choice of jelly rolls would be Grand Traverse Bay by Minick and Simpson, since I could use it for a donation quilt for Quilts of Valor.

  35. I would love to try the Jelly Roll Jam in Sundrops.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    tunyosmond at yahoo dot ca

  36. Would definitely make the jelly roll jam!!! So many great Moda collections but would have to pick Sundrops ????

    Caribousmom (@) aol.com

  37. I love your Jelly Roll videos. I have made a Jelly Roll Jam for a friend for her "After Surgery Quilt" Please keep up the fun, and informative, videos.

  38. I love the Jelly roll jam. Picking a jelly roll is the hard part…vintage picnic jelly roll would be lovely to win. As in you mentioned in your jelly roll jam video, I am a big fan of Bonnie and Camille color way As well….bright colors for me!

  39. I would love to win a precut of Madame Rouge as I'm a huge fan of French General Fabrics. With a jelly roll I'd make Jelly Roll Jam 2.

  40. I really like Fat Quarter Fizz. I have a collection of flannel fat quarters I haven't used because I don't like to deal with the bulky seams that blocks with small pieces can cause with flannel fabrics. Fat Quarter Fizz will be perfect for my flannels.
    I love the Fern Hill jelly roll.

  41. The Sundrops jelly roll is my favorite. I enjoyed the tutorials and would try the Charm Pack Cherry as I have a number of charm packs and haven't found a pattern that I love yet – this might be the one.

  42. Loving the Jelly Roll Jam quilt but am having a hard time deciding which fabric line id choose… There are so many gorgeous collections!! Thanks for the chance… Crossing my fingers xx

  43. If I have to choose one tutorial, it would be the Jelly Roll Jam, but I love them all! I think it would look great using the Basic Mixologie jelly roll. thanks for the opportunity to win.

  44. I like the Fat Quarter Fizz. I've not worked with precuts much and Fizz looks like a fairly easy one for a beginner. Thanks for the give away

  45. I would choose the Madame Rouge Jelly Roll to make the Jelly Roll Jam 2 pattern. I love the look of the strip quilts and they are fast and easy to make for gifts. Christmas is approaching fast! Good thing it is Sewing month. pheww!

  46. Jelly Roll Jam II is a quilt that I made from leftover 2.5" strips in my "collection". It would look stunning in Kate Spain's Latitude baticks, don't you think? Thanks for the chance in the giveaway.

  47. I love the summer colors of zen chic jelly roll and would like to make the charm pack cherry quilt. I like the way the smaller squares and rectangles look in the quilt.

  48. Basic Mixologie would look great made up in jelly roll jam 2! I have made several of your patterns for birthday and shower gifts, quick, easy, and fun. Thanks so much!

  49. My favorite shortcut quilt is the layer cake lemonade. I've made at least 2 quilts using this pattern and loved them (as did their recipients). I would choose the Volume II jelly roll since I have a young friend whose favorite colors are black and red. She needs a jelly roll jam quilt. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  50. Thank you for the opportunity to win! I like Jelly Roll Jam II and would use Basic Mixologie to make it! I like all the rest of the tutorials, too!

  51. Gosh I always enjoy your videos.
    All of these ideas are stupendously adorable.
    I am having a reaaaaly hard time deciding between Layer cake Lemonade and Jelly roll Jam II
    I am going to close my eyes and pickkkk
    Layer cake Lemonade!!
    These are such great ideas, and Moda is my favorite fabric for precuts
    thank you Fat Quarter Shop for all of your inspiration

  52. I love to win the Basic Mixology jelly roll. Thanks for all these tutorials, it's a great way to binge on the holiday!

  53. I love the first jelly roll jam tutorial, that is what got me hooked on Fat Quarter Shop site. I would love to make this quilt using the Juniper Berry jelly roll. FUN for the xmas holiday and quick to put together!!!! Thanks for the great giveaway! Julie (tornado_alley@hotmail.com)

  54. It's always nice to have a quick quilt pattern on hand so one can whip up a gift for that special someone. I love the Charm Pack Cherry pattern. I think it would show off my favorite fabric lines. There are so many lovely Moda jelly rolls coming out right now that it is hard to choose which one would be my favorite, but Grand Traverse Bay from Minick & Simpson really catches my eye. I love their fabric lines because they always include blue, my favorite color. Second choice would be French General.

  55. I think Charm Pack Cherry is my favorite of the quilts; each of them has its charms, though. My jelly roll choice would be Madame Rouge–I have a huge crush on that beauty!

  56. I love your short cut quilt patterns using pre-cuts and my favorite was the lemonade layer cake. I made that quilt top and was so proud of myself being a beginner.

  57. I love all your shortcut quilt videos, but my favorite is the Fat Quarter Fizz. I made if for my mom for her birthday. If I win, I would love the basic mixologie jelly roll, so hard to choose, I love them all!

  58. I have never used a Jelly Roll, but am excited to have an opportunity to use one. Love the videos for the Shortcut Quilts! The tutorials are very well organized and simple to follow. Thanks for offering them.

  59. Love the videos! My favorite is the last one – Jelly Roll Jam II. If I win – and I HOPE I do – I would pick the Songbird Gatherings…..although the Basix Mixologie and Vintage Picnic are awesome, too…… Thanks for all of the great ideas – and PICK ME! πŸ™‚

  60. My favorite shortcut quilt is the Jelly Roll Jam. The jelly roll I would choose is Sundrops. I love all the beautiful fabrics in this new line.

  61. i love them all but my favorite is the jelly roll jam ll, and my choice for a jelly roll would be the 2016 grunge roll. i absolutely love the grunge line. i can't get enough of it. thanks for the opportunity

  62. That is a tough one – I like them all but I would have to say layer cake lemonade but would like to try the jelly roll jam II pattern on Sundrops jelly roll.

  63. I've made Jelly roll Jam 2 and really liked it. Would totally make another in a heartbeat! Into Corey Yoder fabrics and would choose her new one Sundrops. It's just so happy.

  64. I love all the jelly rolls, but perhaps like Vintage Picnic best from the ones mentioned. I am currently working on jelly roll table runners to be raffled off to raise money for a local animal welfare organization and a new jelly roll would come in handy!

  65. I've made Charm Pack Cherry twice and loved the quilts both times. I also really like the Jelly Roll Jam and hope to make one soon. Should I be lucky enough to win I would love to have a Hey Dot jelly roll. Thanks for the chance!

  66. For SURE the Jelly Roll Jam II is my FAVORITE!
    As for a must HAVE Jelly Roll from Moda – what to choose? ALL of Moda's fabric lines are FANTASTIC!
    But…for this quick quilt pattern, I would choose (drum roll insert here)
    β™₯ β™₯ β™₯ Grand Traverse Bay!!!! β™₯ β™₯ β™₯

  67. I will be making the Jellyroll Jam II but they all gave me so many ideas. Plus added to my never ending I want list.

    I love all of the colourful Moda lines but have recently fallen head over heels for basic mixology.

  68. I really like how Kimberley shows how to organize and do some fast piecing in Jelly Roll Jam–she's the best. I've had my eye on Jol for some Christmas sewing–so that would be my choice! Thanks so much πŸ™‚

  69. I have made all of the short cut quilts and enjoyed making each and everyone. Most have been given as gifts or to someone not feeling well. They have all been very well received. I just finished another gift quilt using the check mate pattern and intend to make another one for my spare room. I think I had the most fun making the jelly roll jam quilt using Celebration fabric by Bunny Hill. I bought a few jelly rolls in that line – and as they split evenly into a "boyway" and "girlway", I was able to make a very nice twin bed quilts for a family with a boy and a girl that were gender specific but still coordinated. They looked lovely.

    I would love to win the Fern Hill fabric jelly roll. It would make a gorgeous quilt that would be nice during the holiday season and through the winter months.

  70. Jelly Roll Jam II using sticks and stones.. I have already made Jelly Roll Jam II and it turned out amazing and my grand daughter loved it.

  71. I would joyously love to sew the Jelly Roll Jam II quilt using the Basic Mixology fabrics! πŸ™‚ :-)^_^. Thanks for the opportunity to be in the mix… ^_^

  72. I would like to make a Jelly Roll Jam quilt with Laundry Baskets Southern Exposure. I think the quilt would be very soothing to look at.
    jfinch at kingwoodcable dot net

  73. I would make the Layer Cake Lemonade. There are too many jelly rolls to choose from and I don't know the name of the one I really want which is the top roll of the 3 displayed. Second choice would be Grand Traverse Bay. Love the colors. Thanks for another great giveaway.

  74. I've made the Charm Pack Cherry quilt and the Layer Cake Lemonade quilt! I haven't made the Jelly Roll Jam quilt yet, but would love to with a jelly roll of Moda's Madame Rouge by French General!

  75. I would make the Jelly Roll Jam…using my (addiction fave! giggle…) "Prairie Jelly" Roll!!! LOOOOVE this Fabric Collection soooo much!!! πŸ˜€

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way!!! πŸ™‚

  76. I love the Jelly Roll Jam and I can just see two little quilts made from the Vintage Picnic jelly roll that I would love to win. I think I would like to add a scalloped border to them to dress them up and make them slightly bigger.

  77. I love the Jelly Roll Jam and I can just see two little quilts made from the Vintage Picnic jelly roll that I would love to win. I think I would like to add a scalloped border to them to dress them up and make them slightly bigger.

  78. I like Charm Pack Cherry. There are so many AWESOME fabrics to choose from! I do love Sundrops and Basic Mixologie. Happy Sewing Month!

  79. I love the Jelly Roll Jam II quilt pattern and Sundrops is so cheerful and fun, so that would have to be my choice. I'm finding myself loving jelly rolls more and more. I'm currently working on a Metro Rings quilt using a jelly roll. It is my new favorite "double wedding ring" quilt top.

  80. I would love to try jelly roll jam II .. i would choose jelly roll grunge basics 2016 if I were so lucky to win. Thanks for the contest !

  81. I really like the Vintage Picnic or Summerfest collections. I love the Jelly Roll Jam II pattern and think either of these lines would make a beautiful quilt

  82. Since the new town I moved to does not have a local quilt shop I love FQ online shop for high quality fabrics and notions and good service. I know it sounds like an ad, but really it has helped me in my quilting addiction!

  83. I have made several crib quilts using the first Jelly Roll Jam pattern. It is so quick and easy I will probably make more. I would choose the Grand Traverse Bay jelly roll to make something for myself.

  84. Here are the ones I like. Flow Jelly Roll Zen Chic for Moda Fabric, Tackle Prairie Jelly Roll One Canoe Two for Moda Fabrics, and Basic Mixologie Jelly Roll Studio M for Moda Gabrics Moda Jelly Roll.

  85. Thanks so much for the chance to win a precut! I appreciate all that you and your staff does to promote quilting. Your You Tube videos are inspiring. I'd like to use Grand Traverse Bay on a project–possibly Jelly Roll Jam II.

  86. My favorite shortcut video is the inspiring Jelly Roll Jam! I'd love to make it using the Sundrop jelly roll which consists of my happy colors!

  87. I think I would love to make the Jelly Roll Jam 2. It was hard to choose from the beautiful jelly rolls, but I think Vintage Picnic is my favorite. Thank you for the chance to win.

  88. I'd love to make the fat quarter fizz quilt like the one in the video. That's my favorite. I do love jelly rolls, though, and have used them in quilts before. Vintage Picnic is what I think I would choose if I won. I might try the Jelly Jam II if I won. Thanks, Kimberly, for the opportunity.

  89. I like the Fat Quarter Fizz because you end up with a great lap sized quilt. I love so many collections because I think all the combinations the creators use are simple fabulous! I am like a kid in a candy store who loves to look at everything for the longest time. I would probably choose Madame Rouge because those deep colors are so stunning. Thank you for your great fabric choices and thank you for the chance.

  90. I learned a few new tips while watching the Jelly Roll Jam video and if selected, I would love to have the Vintage Picnic JR by Bonnie & Camille! Thank you for making these great tutorial videos!!

  91. I would choose your Grand Traverse Bay jelly roll and use your Jelly Roll II. My sisters and sister-in-law would be fighting for it, in that all are true blue lovers.

  92. Great videos! My favorite is the Jelly Roll Jam Quilt–will show off each print so well. And if I were lucky enough to win, I would choose the Retro 30s Child Smile jelly roll. There are such cute prints and color variety in that line. Thanks for the fun tutorial videos and a chance to win!

  93. I love layer cakes so Layer Cake Lemonade is on my list of quilts to make. I'd love a jelly roll in Minick and Simpson's new line Grand Traverse Bay.

  94. I would love to try Jelly Roll Jam with Song Bird Gatherings or anything Fig Tree. I learn so much from your blog and tutorials. Thank you!

  95. My favorite is Fat Quarter Fizz. What a fun and fast quilt! If I am lucky enough to win the jelly roll, Flow by Zen Chic. Thanks for all the great ideas!

    PhyllisJDavis@ verizon.net

  96. I really like the Modern Quilt craze,so I would choose the Basic Mixologie jelly roll and do the jelly roll ll quilt. Thank you so much for your videos and opportunities to learn so much.

  97. I like all 5 of the Shortcut Quilts but Jelly Roll Jam II would be a favorite. Of course, how can one not like all the fabric…but Sundrops is the one I would pick!!

  98. I like the Charm Pack Cherry quilt best, but I haven't made one yet. Soon though. My current favourite jelly roll is Bread 'n Butter.

  99. I love the Jelly Roll Jam videos (yes, both JJR I and JJR II). They are so much fun and so easy to make! I'd love to make another using Madame Rouge! I'm a great fan of the reds in the French General line– so elegant!
    Thanks for the giveaway and the super-fun videos!

  100. Jelly Roll Jam would be my first choice and probably Sundrops would be my precut pick.
    Thanks so much for all of your videos.

  101. I love all of your tutotials. Of the selection for Jelly rolls, i like the jelly roll jam II as the quilt pattern is versatile and would go with almost any pattern or style. My favorite jelly roll is from French General Madame Rouge. I love the french general fabric line that provides a vintage look with a modern twist.

  102. Jelly Jam Roll II is my favorite video and If I was one of the lucky winner I would choose Flow Jelly Roll Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics.

  103. The charm pack cherry pattern was a new one to me and looks like a lot of fun! I would love a jelly roll of Spooky Delight. I've been wanting to make another Halloween quilt. Thanks for the opportunity!

  104. Thanks for the free tutorials! My favorite is the Jelly Roll Jam II pattern, which lends itself well to reproduction fabric.
    I especially love "Gratitude" by Jo Morton.

  105. What a fun giveaway. I feel like I am already a winner having access to such cool videos and tutorials! My fave of the jelly rolls listed is Songbird Gathering as I love that rich deep red color and Jelly Roll Jam ii is my go to quilt top for a special gift!

  106. I love to enter drawings, but don't usually win anything. Love all the pre-cut quilts but really like the Fat Quarter Fizz.
    The Jelly Roll I would choose would be Hometown Girl Batiks by Pat Sloan. Love those fabrics.

  107. It's hard to choose which video, I learn so much from all of them! I even learned how to connect my TV to the Internet so that I could watch the Fat Quarter Shop You a Tube channel on a big 46" screen! Jelly Roll Jam is my favorite of these. If I won, Batiks Hometown Girl by Pat Bravo is one of my Favorite Moda Jelly Rolls! That's a hard thing to narrow down for sure!

  108. I've made the Jelly Roll Jam II already and loved how quickly it went together and how the final top turned out.

    If I were to win, I would pick the Sunflower Song jelly roll. Love the colors in it!
    Sandy A

  109. Hands down it's the Original Jelly Roll Jam:) This pattern never disappoints and people think you've just spent hours and hours on that quilt (shhh it's a secret how easy it is). I would love any of the yummy fabrics but love the Vintage Picnic the best. Thanks for the opportunity to participate.

  110. I love the Layer Cake Lemonade quilt… and as for the jelly roll… it's hard to choose but I'd pick Corey Yoder's Sundrops, which is what brought me to your website. πŸ™‚

  111. I have never done a jelly roll quilt but like both jelly rloll quilt patterns. I also like the Sundrop jelly roll.

  112. I love the Jelly Roll Jam and the Layer Cake Lemonade videos. Love the Handmade and Vintage Picnic both by Bonnie and Camille. Thank you for all you do for us!!!

  113. I've made the Jelly Roll Jam 2 quilt – it was fast and fun! I'd love to make it again with Christmas fabric. Since I'm a Kate Spain fan, I'd pick her North Woods collection.

  114. All are fun quilts but my favorites are the Jelly Roll Jam and the Fat Quarter Fizz. So many choices of fabric, but I would say the Summerfest is my favorite especially doing the Jelly Roll Jam quilt. Thank you so much for the giveaway.

  115. They all look like fun and I love to sew with pre-cuts but the jelly roll jam-2 looks like the one I'd pick first! And so many great new fabrics!

  116. Layer Cake Lemonade is a favorite. I've made three and each one looks completely different. My choice of Jelly Roll would be Songbird Gatherings; lovely!

  117. Hola todos!!!!!Saludos desde Argentina!!!!! QuΓ© hermosa colecciΓ³n de pre cuts. Yo elegiria Sundrops, es divina!!!!! OjalΓ‘ tenga suerte en ganar!!!!! Besos a todas/os.

  118. My favorite is the Jelly Roll Jam II, and love Vintage Picnic. I have made several of the others in our quilt store sew along at the library, quick and easy.

  119. I like Jelly Roll Jam II. My fabric choice would be Grand Traverse Bay by Minick and Simpson. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  120. Layer Cake Lemonade is my favorite and I have made 3 so far. I would love to make either one of the Jelly Roll Jam quilts with a Gooseberry jelly roll if I am lucky enough to win πŸ™‚

  121. I've made a Charm Pack Cherry quilt, and it was a hit both for me, the maker, and the baby who got it. I think I might go with Lizzie's Legacy. Not sure yet.

  122. All of them are fabulous but my favorite right now is Layer Cake Lemonade as I am making one for a nephew. Jelly rolls are great. Hometown Girl Batiks or Sundrops would be my choice if I won.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  123. I would love to make a fat quarter fizz, love the blue hues! I would love to be able to win the blue jelly roll as well! Those are my favorite colors. I am working on Christmas patterns right at the moment so if you are giving away Christmas jelly rolls please keep me in mind! Thank you in advance for the wonderful chance to win this opportunity

  124. I would make the Jelly Roll Jam II quilt and choose Madame Rouge! I've never made a jelly roll quilt, but it looks fun and easy. Love all the fabric choices!

  125. I really love the Jellyroll Jam Quilt video. I love that I can make two tops with each Jellyroll. I love the Bread& Butter from American Jane. Wat cute babies quilts it would make!

  126. I love all your videos but especially liked the Jelly Roll Jam II short cut tutorial and I would love, love, love the Vintage Picnic jelly roll. Thanks for the giveaway.

  127. Ready for some winter sewing… so Northwoods by Kate Spain for me. Favorite shortcut quilt .
    Layer cake Lemonade . Can't imagine life without fabric. Thanks for a chance to win. Janita

  128. My favorite of the patterns is the charm pack cherry–I made one with Miss Kate and it turned out so very cute. I love that it's such a quick and inexpensive way to make a quilt top. Ps, I'd love to win a jelly roll and try one of the jelly patterns!!

  129. I have made 4 quilts using the Layercake Lemonade pattern, so I will say that it is my favorite. I am planning to use Jellyroll Jam II with a little twist of my own for quilts for myself. If I won a jellyroll, I cannot decide between Sundrops by Corey Yoder or Handmade by Bonnie & Camille.

  130. I have the Jelly Roll Jam and JRJ II on my to make list. And I have at least four favorite collections but will narrow it down to Hyde Park. Well or Grand Travers Bay, or La Marais or Batiks Southern Exposure. No I'm pretty sure it's Hyde Park. Thanks for a chance to win. Phyllis

  131. I would have to make a Jelly Roll Jam quilt, so much fun! I think it would be just beautiful in the Volume II Jelly Roll.

  132. I love love love love Jelly Roll Jam II! Especially like the idea of using half of the roll for the top and he other half for the backing. If I win I think I'm going to get Bright Sun!

  133. I am loving Sundrops, so happy and fun! I have made all of the shortcut small quilts previously and like them all, but Jelly Roll Jam is my favorite. I try to have a couple of shortcut quilts made up at all times for baby quilt gifts.

  134. I love the Jellyroll Jam pattern. Looks like a quick and fun pattern to sew. I absolutely love Vintage Picnic. the colors and patterns are so pretty.

  135. I like the fat quarter fizz pattern. What a great fast quilt to make for a gift. If I won I would pick Songbird Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings. Thanks for the chance.

  136. Boy that is a tough choice, however for me it would be either the Charm Pack Cherry or The Fizz quilt. As far as which print, again very difficult because there are so many yummy choices!

  137. I think it would be fun to use the Fat Quarter Fizz pattern and the Fern Hill fabric. It makes me smile just thinking of the beautiful quilt it would make.

  138. I think I must like the Jelly Roll Jam II video the best since I've referenced it several times in the past. If I win, I'd love to have the Sundrops fabric. Thank you.

  139. Love the fat quarter fizz. Thank you for this giveaway opportunity. How I would love to be selected to win a jelly roll! I would select Bread and Butter….30 prints make me smile????

  140. I really like the Jelly Roll Jam II quilt and it looks like it would sew up very quickly! I am very interested in making something with the Madame Rouge collection. Thanks for the chance!

  141. I like all the patterns but I think I would choose Jelly Roll Jam 11 and the Jelly roll Sundrops. Thanks for the great work you do.

  142. I love all the tutorials but my favorite has to be the Jelly Roll Jam Video. I can't wait to make a quilt using this technique and I would love to use High Tea Sushi Roll to do so. This is such gorgeous fabric!!

  143. I love the Charm Pack Cherry pattern and have made a couple of quilts with this pattern… as for the jelly roll Basic Mixologie is calling my name! Thanks for the giveaway!

  144. I've always loved the first Jelly Roll Jam video. It actually felt like it was something I could accomplish. As for my favorite Jelly Roll: Summerfest by
    April Rosenthal for Moda Fabrics

  145. Hi and thank you for a lovely give away! I haven't worked with jelly rolss even they look really inspiring. I love the 'Flow' Jelly Roll, it has my favourite colours! Charm Pack Cherry is a beautiful pattern and I enjoyed your video! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

  146. The Shortcut Quilt is a toss up. It would either be Layer Cake Lemonade or Fat quarter fizz. Now the jelly rolls are more difficult to choose from. My first inclination would be Songbird Gatherings. But a close second and third would be Fern Hill and Madame Rouge. So fun to be able to have choices.

  147. I absolutely love the Jelly jam II quilt. And for the jelly roll I love "Vintage picnic jelly roll, Bonnie and Camille". This would be my first full quilt and I would love love love to try this and I would be over the moon if I win this competition!

  148. I am such a fan of the Vintage Picknick collection and I lovve the Fat Quater Fizz pattern. thank yo for putting up the contest wich I soo much hope to win πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Happy day!

  149. Like many other posts, the Jelly roll Jam 2 is my favorite of the quilt videos shown. A few years ago I made a jelly roll quilt. Sadly, I didn't like how it came out. I would love to try another one that comes out more cohesive.

  150. I like the Jellyroll Jam II pattern. I'm in love with the Latitude Batiks by Kate Spain. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Sandy N
    explabgirl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  151. I would use the jelly roll jam video to make either a Christmas or Halloween quilt for my new grandson, great nephew and sweet great niece from the Spooky Delights or Juniper Berry jelly Rolls. It would be awesome to get three quilts to give and wrap them all in my love for the holidays. Thank you for a chance to win and thank you for sharing the love of quilting!

    Debbie

  152. I would have to say the Jelly Roll Jam II looks like a fun quick quilt to make. After much debate, my favorite jelly roll would have to be Juniper Jelly.

  153. The jelly roll jam quilt video is one of my favourites!! It was one of the very first quilting videos I had watched. I have made this quilt and would love to make it again using April Rosenthal's Summerfest collection.

  154. I really like the Jelly Roll Jam II and would like to make one of those. My choice for a jelly roll would be either Pat Sloan's Hometown Girl cotton or one of Bonnie & Camille's rolls.

  155. I love the tutorials. I have made a couple of the Charm Pack Cherry quilts. All the tutorials make the quilts easy to make. I would love to make one of the Jelly Roll Jam quilts as I have never made one yet. I would love to win either the Sundrops Jelly Roll or the Vintage Picnic Jelly Roll.

  156. I was really excited when I saw Jelly Roll Jam I I, because I liked the original pattern so much! But if I had to choose a favourite, I'don't pick the JRJ I I. I'd love to make it using Sundrops! !

  157. Love Madame Rougeand all the bright cherry colors. My favorite pattern is the Jelly Roll Jam, although the charm pack is another go to fave. Thank you for all the inspiration you continue to bring to us to learn and create!
    Smiles, Susie

  158. Layer Cake Lemonade is a good use of fabric that I have. Great tutorial. I'd go with "Sundrops" – or I'd be just as happy with any of them. They are all awesome

  159. I have made a Charm Pack Cherry quilt, and I loved the process! So that's my favorite so far. My favorite jelly roll is Laundry Basket's Southern Exposure batiks. Thanks for the fun! Your tutorials are great!

  160. I'm torn between the layer cake and the charm pack cherry! And I couldn't possibly decide which jelly roll would be my favorite. Anything with lovely pinks and purples would be fantastic to use!

  161. Basic mixologie would be color way preference, those are gorgeous. I might pick layer cake lemonade. I've watched that video more than once.

  162. I love the Jelly Roll Jam II video. I would love to maje one with Sundrops or Mixology. Thank you for a great giveaway. vkh6210 at gmail dot com

  163. I really like the Charm Pack Cherry quilt. I also love the new sundrops Moda Jelly Roll. It is so warm and full of sunshine. Love the folks at FQS.

  164. Love working with Jelly Rolls! They are so convenient! The colors are beautiful. I would make Jelly Roll Jam! Sounds so sweet with Sundrops!

  165. I would like the Songbird Gathering and like the Jelly Roll Jam II pattern. I think it would make a darling baby quilt with children's prints

  166. I really like the Charm Pack tutorial, but I could see myself doing all them. I really like the jelly roll Blue Barn Prints.

  167. Have always been in love with reds…so if I were to win, I would choose Madame Rouge and try the Jelly Roll Jam II pattern. Would love to make a small table topper for my Victorian red dining room!

    Love your easy Youtube tutorials!

  168. I made the layer cake lemonade quilt for my granddaughter and loved the results. I would love to use a Madame Rouge jelly roll for a Jelly Roll Jam quilt.

  169. I like the Jelly Roll Jam quilt, and the Basic Mixologie Jelly Roll. I've never worked with a Jelly Roll, so this would be a great introduction if I were to win.

  170. I think the Jelly Roll Jam II pattern is a great easy quilt, and I would like to make it with Fern Hill. Thank you so much for this giveaway offer!

  171. I like them all, but my favorite would have to be either Jelly Roll Jam 2 or Fat Quarter Fizz. I would definitely pick the Sundrops Jelly Roll to make the Jelly Roll Jam 2.

  172. Love the Jelly Roll Jam pattern and Madame Rouge by French General….those reds are stunning ! and I love love love your giveaways and Fat Quarter Shop's awesome service !!!!

  173. I would do Charm Pack Cherry with Sundrops. The colors are totally different from anything I'd ever put together myself — they look amazing and fun!

  174. Oh what fun! I would definitely make the jelly roll jam- two quilts from one jelly roll- can't beat that! I would choose anything from Bonnie and Camille to make quilts for my twin granddaughters!!

  175. I think Charm Pack Cherry is my favorite. (Although Jelly Roll Jam 2 also looks like a ton of fun.) I'd pick the Tucker Prairie Jelly Roll – we're updating our decorating in our living room/kitchen and Tucker would be perfect! Thanks for the chance!

  176. I like the Jelly roll jam 2 quilt and the v&co jelly roll in the picture. I picked up a charm pack of that line. Thank you for the giveaway.

  177. My favorite is Fat Quarter Fizz which was the very first quilt I ever made and quilted myself. I agonized over what was the perfect fabric for it and still use it today!

  178. I just gave away a jelly roll slice baby quilt (added a border and ric rac) – it was adorable. I might try charm pack cherry next. I don't know what I would pick, so many great choices. Maybe Handmade?

  179. I am a fan of Jelly Rolls. My favorite video is the original Jelly Roll Jam. And I am a fan of Basic Mixology fabric, so I'd choose their jelly roll (Basic Mixologie Jelly Roll Studio M for Moda Fabrics)

  180. Fat quarter Fizz is my favorite. Songbird Gatherings is a great Jelly Roll. Of course I love Vintage anything. Thanks for this opportunity to win. Love all your videos!

  181. I would love the Neutral Solid Jelly Roll SKU9900JR-21 just so I could have it ready for any project I am doing. I have always liked these neutrals and they would blend with my growing stash!

  182. Kimberly, I love the whole shortcut quilt series on You Tube, but I think Lemonade would be my favorite. It is perfect for a quick baby quilt. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  183. I enjoy all the you tubes patterns but the Fat Quarter Fizz is my favorite. Should I be lucky enough to win I would select the Sundrops jellyroll, I love that collection. Thank you for all your help in making quilting fun!

  184. Jelly Roll Jam is my favorite. I have made two of them and was just thinking last night that I wanted to make another one!

    I also made Jelly Roll Jam II which is just as great as the original.

    I hope Jelly Roll Jam III is in the works.

    I would love to see a Jelly Roll Jam quilt using Grunge Basics Jelly Roll.

  185. I love Jelly Roll Jam II…I've made several and it's quick and easy and adaptable size-wise. The new Sundrops line keeps catching my eye…lovely cheerful colors… so I'd probably make a quilt out of that!

  186. I would love to make the Jelly Roll II using the Summerfest Jelly roll – the colors are such happy colors. It would be a joy to create something like this for a grandchild.

  187. I've made a few Jelly Roll Jam quilts – they're SO fun and easy to do! I'd definitely do one of those again, and I'd love to make it with a Sundrops jelly roll!

  188. I enjoyed all of the videos, but I think my favorite was the fat quarter video. If I were to win the jelly roll, I'd pick Grand Traverse Bay for two reasons. I love blues and tans together, and second, I lived in Michigan for 11 years and spent wonderful times in the Grand Traverse Bay Area.

  189. I would have to go with the Charm Pack Cherry and the Treehouse Jellyroll. Love those prints. Think it would make an adorable baby quilt with a modern twist! Anxious to give it a try!

  190. I have actually made each of these patterns at least once-they are so great for fun, quick quilts! My favorite is Jelly Roll Jam, which I think I've made 3 or 4 of now. Which jellyroll? Well, if I have to pick one, how about Flow by Zen Chic? I'm in love with that red violet/orange combo right now!

  191. Love the Layer Cake Lemonade because it looks easy to do and love the Sundrops collection since it is bright and cheery and my Mom would love this in her room at the nursing home.

  192. Thank you for the helpful videos! I'm new to quilting and blog reading so it's nice to do both on one site! If I won the giveaway, I'd like to make the Jelly Roll Jam pattern with the Tucker Prairie jelly roll.

  193. Jelly rolls are my favorite! I love the Charm Pack Cherry pattern, especially how FQS made it with a darker background fabric. If I were to choose, I would pick a Basic Mixology jelly roll because I love bright and fun quilts!

  194. I love this blog! So informative, Thank you!!!
    The Fat quarter Fizz looks so cute! I have to try it, for sure!
    If I won I would LOVE the "Flow Jelly Roll Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics" I seen a different quilt made with that and LOVE it! SO Bright and pretty!

  195. Jelly Roll Jam II is my favorite. I would have a hard time picking between North Woods by Kate Spain and Songbird Gatherings. Guess I would just have to let you pick and surprise me.

  196. I made the jelly roll jam quilt. In fact it was the first quilt I ever made. I am loving the Miss Scarlet monda jelly roll, don't know why I haven't bought it but if I win that's my pick.

  197. The Fat Quarter Fizz is my favorite! But I’m also very intrigued by the Jelly Roll Jam. I’m not usually a fan of jelly roll quilts, but I really like this one. You could add a border or some giant applique, or even just as it is, it’s cute. It would be super cute in Caravan Roundup! If that was available, I would choose that for my jelly roll. Since it doesn’t come out until December, I think I’ll pick Vintage Picnic by Bonnie & Camille. If I win, I’m totally using it to make a couple of the Jelly Roll Jam quilts.

  198. Jelly roll jam 2 I like a lot. My choice of winning fabric would be Vintage Picnick. Love them.

  199. I love Jelly Roll Jam 2! Not sure which I would choose- so many great options. Sundrops would be on my short list, but you still have Lil Red… such decisions!

  200. I really liked the Fat Quarter Fizz quilt video. Our quilt guild makes quilts for the veterans in nursing homes and assisted living and this quilt looks like it would be a nice quilt for that. I just love the Basic Mixologie jelly roll pack. It's got such beautiful and varied colors. I'm sure it would make a nice, bright and cheerful quilt.

  201. My favorite pattern is the Jelly Roll Jam II and I would chooses Sundrops by Corey Yoder – such beautiful colors!! Thanks for this great giveaway!

  202. Fat Quarter Fizz looks like a fun pattern to quilt! I've never used a jelly roll before and I think it would be great to try Madame Rouge, beautiful reds!

  203. I have never used a jelly roll before and it would be great to try Sundrops, with these lovely colors and fabrics! And I would pick the Jelly Roll Jam beautiful pattern!

  204. I think all of your quilting tutorials are great! I believe the quilt I would most like to create is the Fat Quarter Fizz, because I have so many fat quarters and am unsure of what to do with them. This patterns seems fun and easy (my two favorite things!). I must confesss though that I have an addiction to jelly rolls and would love a chance to win a batik Southern Exposure jelly roll from Laundry Basket Quilts – Love anything Edyta Sitar creates! Thanks again for the chance to win.

  205. Loving these giveaways!! I like all the quilts, but my favorite is the second Jelly Roll Jam. If I won, I'd kill for either Lil' Red, Gooseberry or Miss Ruby!!! To be totally honest, I'd love ANY of the Moda Jelly Rolls… ❀❀

  206. I would love to make jelly roll jam II and Ithe bright colours of Hey Dot by zen chic are a perfect! Thank you!

  207. I watched the Fat Quarter Frizz video today. I haven't made a quilt before now, but since retiring I am wanting to learn how. The video was great to view and I would love to make a quilt using the Miniature Gatherings Jelly Roll Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics, or the Walnut Grove Little House on the Praire fabric. Thank you for the opportunity to win this price. I am glad I found your instructional video's on U-Tube!

  208. Wendy in NH
    Jelly rolls have so many possibilities as your tutorials show. I love Minick & Simpson and French General so I'd be thrilled with either
    Grand Traverse Bay or Madame Rouge. I am a big fan of Moda & prefer using their fabric, & like to buy from FQS! Thanx Kimberly!
    Wendy (stdpoodle@aol.com)

  209. I would love the red fabrics if I win the Moda give-Away.
    I've actually made only one quilt in a Block of the Month class, but I have lots of great patterns I would like to make.

  210. These videos were so fun to watch. I would pick Jelly Roll Jam 2 and the bright cheery fabrics from Vintage Picnic. Thanks for the giveaway…

  211. I'm interested in trying the FIZZ pattern for precuts. In 2015 & 2016 I've been ordering a lot of precuts instead of only yardage of fabrics. Moda's Sundrops would look great in a quilt using the Fizz pattern.

  212. I have made the Jelly Roll Jam using Scrumptious by Bonnie & Camille and I have used Charm Pack Cherry using Bandana by Me & My Sister. So I would love to make Jelly Roll Jam 2 using Little Ruby by Bonnie & Camille!! I love your tutorials, Kimberly!

  213. Good Morning Team,

    I'd love to make a Jelly Roll Jam quilt as I have yet to make anything from a jelly roll, and I'd love to use a Moda "Little Miss Sunshine" Jelly Roll and make 2 similar-but-not-the-same quilts for my 2 great-nieces, of course their older sister would also receive a quilt, but again different.

    I'd also like to take this opportunity to Kimberly & the team for making such a lovely concise and easy to follow tutorial, the added bonus is that video tutorial is available for me to listen & watch as I sew, just in case I get lost between the rows.

    Regards,

    Marian (NZ)