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Build a Bundle with The Fat Quarter Shop

It looks like we were all inspired by the Dear Stella fabric Debbie chose last week. Over 100 bundles were posted, great job everyone!

It is time to announce the winner of the Build a Bundle challenge from last week’s Build a Bundle contest. Debbie Taylor has selected the following bundle: 

Congratulations to JanetK! Your bundle has been selected as this week’s winning bundle and you will receive ONE yard of each of the winning fabrics in it. 

Fabrics are listed from top to bottom:
Bukhara Multi Henna SKU# STELLA-94-MULTI
Modernology Fresh Grass Floralism SKU# MO-3804
Essential Dots Orange SKU# 8654-34

Please welcome Cheryl Cohorn as our FQS staffer of the week. She got a little wild this week and selected Two by Two Blue Animal Pairs SKU# 7739-77.

If you need the directions for Building a Bundle, go to our original blog post and follow the instructions provided.
For a chance to win, leave a comment on this blog post with a link to preview your bundle image on Flickr, Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. 
The contest ends on Tuesday and the winner will be announced next Friday September 14th, so be sure to come back to see everyone’s bundle images and see if YOU are the winner!
Good Luck!


  1. I love the build a bundle challenge and the computer challenge as well! Each week I have built bundles but now realize I did not comment and leave a link to the build a bundle pool on Flickr. Does that mean my entries haven't been included in the contest? I am using my iPhone so I don't see an address to copy to include as a link in my post. Can you provide any help on how to include the link in the blog post? Thanks! Quilter Burns

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