*CLOSED* Stash Builder Box Giveaway

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**This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Lisa Dieumegard for winning this month’s Stash Builder Box! Keep your eyes open, there will be another chance to win next month! **
It’s time for another super fun giveaway! Read more about Stash Builder Box and enter to win below!

Stash Builder Box is a monthly box for makers. Every month, you’ll receive 3 yards of fabric (plus a few other goodies) from a modern and fun fabric collection, delivered straight to your door.

Not only that, 20% of every box sold helps us turn around and buy supplies to make quilts to donate to kids in need. With our boxes, you’ll build your stash while making a difference! It’s a win, win!

To help make a difference and build your stash, click here to join today.

To find out more about our quilt donations or the additional ways to get involved, click here.

If you’d like to win a Stash Builder Box, comment below with thoughts about what you might enjoy making with the fabric from the box. We love reading the comments and learning more about all of our fabulous readers!
This giveaway is open to US residents only. Giveaway will end and one winner will be chosen on February 10, 2017.
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292 Responses to *CLOSED* Stash Builder Box Giveaway

  1. DebbieKL says:

    Awesome! I need to start thinking about what clothing to make for my daughters birthday coming up. New fabric would be a great inspiration!

  2. Susan Crosier says:

    I’m really into quilting these days, so I see a quilt after winning !!

  3. Aimymichelle says:

    I would make a hexagon quilt

  4. I’d love to make some dresses for my girls!

  5. JennyT says:

    Pretty fabrics! i would love to make a bag and some small zipper pouches.

  6. jenny says:

    a valentines pouch for the teachers. quick and easy!

  7. Patty Morris says:

    I’d give mine to Lisa C. in honor of her daughter.

  8. Patty Morris says:

    I’d make gift items..lippy cases, zip bags, table toppers. What a fun idea. I love the box offering as well. Thank you!

  9. Cheryl R in MI says:

    I would really enjoy making something I’ve never made before with my serger!.

  10. Vivian says:

    I am anxious to see the fabrics and planning a quilt with them.

  11. Christine says:

    I’d love to make a cute sew together bag….

  12. Kathy Hassig says:

    Lately I am making zipper pouches with any fabric that sings to me. I then give them away at moments when I see someone I think is doing good. They are quick and easy and seem to add joy to the receiver.

  13. Andi M says:

    The strawberries are fabulous! I would love to use them for a summer skirt for my niece. I would probably use the scraps from that and the coordinates to make some blankets for Project Linus.

  14. w woikin says:

    I am planning a quilt for a special baby to be!

  15. Delia Jones says:

    Love the idea of the stash builder. I would use a few pieces for an eye spy quilt & then sew up some fun bags.

  16. Stephanie says:

    Fun! I’d love to make some pillows.

  17. I love bits of fun fabrics for the vintage-style toddler dresses I make. Though now that I have a little boy, I probably will start making little overalls and play suits! Prints are so much fun for these projects!

  18. Chris says:

    These would make cute place mats and a table topper. Or maybe a picnic quilt!

  19. Christine M Wiseman says:

    These would make cute place mats and table topper. Or a picnic quilt!

  20. Ola Norman says:

    Beautiful fabric for quilts.

  21. Rosie says:

    As a beginner sewer, my stash is very small – not even considered a stash. I would make a quilt.

  22. Pam says:

    A table runner would be pretty with these

  23. Pam says:

    I think I’d make a table runner for the dining room table.

  24. Liz says:

    I would make a dress or two for my friend’s little girl. Since I only have boys I get my girly fix by making things for her.

  25. Cathie says:

    My bucket list of things to make is really, really long so I would pick for the list fun things to make

  26. Alicia says:

    I am beginning to sew more and would like to make a quilt.

  27. Kendra says:

    So cute! I would make lots of little pouches and bags!

  28. Jo Dunlap says:

    Being a newbie (35 yrs actively pursuing nursing and now retired), I have a lot of catching up to sew. Most likely, I’ll be sewing cute skirts and little bags for my 8 grandkids. They overlook any and all oopsies…

  29. Margaret G says:

    Depends on the fabric, but I need to make some new cloth napkins and some new cloth grocery bags.

  30. Candi says:

    The fabric selection is so cute! I can think of several projects they would be great for.
    Good luck everyone!!

  31. Candi says:

    really cute fabric! great for all kinds of projects. Good luck everyone!

  32. Whitner says:

    Quilts. All the quilts!

  33. Gale C. says:

    Great fabric for making bags!

  34. Karrie Smith says:

    I’d probably use it in a quilt. Maybe a bag 🙂

  35. jessicac says:

    Would love to make some bento bags and boxy zipper bags!

  36. Nancy Jo says:

    All my friends are becoming grandmothers and I’ve been making “granny quilts”. I would love to have a new stash!

  37. Kerry Ryan says:

    How lovely! I’d have to make grocery tote bags.

  38. Cheryl R in MI says:

    I would really enjoy making something I’ve never made before – like a tote bag or a zippered pouch with my serger, or a basket liner. They may be considered beginner projects, but I’ve never made them!

  39. Sue Payne says:

    I would use it for prayer quilts used by my church.

  40. This fabric is one of my favorites and I would love to make a dress for my 9 month old granddaughter.

  41. Maryann says:

    A baby quilt to give to a new mother.

  42. Jean says:

    As you know ‘ Quilters gonna quilt ‘.
    I’m in the mood to make a quick and easy quilt with some exciting fabric

  43. Audrey Matlock says:

    Not sure what I’d make but I would make sure that whatever it was it would make some one smile 🙂

  44. Jeannette says:

    There are many 3 yard quilt patterns. I would pick one and make a charity quilt.

  45. Karen A says:

    Quilts, pillows, table runners or totes are always on my ist.

  46. Andrea says:

    How wonderful! I would make bags for my daughters.

  47. Beth says:

    You are enablers–in the best way! Love the box!

  48. Lisa Marie says:

    Quilts, bags, pillows? I could make an assortment of fun things with the treasures in this box.

  49. Tina says:

    I love these beautiful fabrics!! As a member of the Peace by Piece quilting group at my church, I would add these fabrics to our supply for making quilts for our elderly shut-in members and newborns, as well as donating quilts to the Julie Valentine Center and Safe Harbor for Abused Women & Children.

  50. Taysha Riggs says:

    I’d love to make some appliques for shirts

  51. Alicia says:

    I’m making some baby quilts for a local group of unwed new moments and would love some new fabric. Thanks

  52. Carol D says:

    I am learning English paper piecing so I would like to use the fabric to create a new quilt with my new skills.

  53. Marcia Kumamoto says:

    I would make a lap quilt. Thank you for the giveaway

  54. Courtney says:

    I would use the fabric to make clothes for my 6 month old. Those fabrics are so sweet!

  55. Laura L. says:

    I would love to win this for my niece who just moved into her new home. She’s new to quilting, and her sewing room is calling for stash builders. This box of fabric would be perfect! Thanks for the give away.

  56. Ann says:

    Our Ann Arbor Modern Quilt Guild has a strong charity program donating to the hospital. I would make a quilt or some pillow cases.

  57. Diane M says:

    I would use the fabric to make quilts, totes or maybe even aprons. Thanks!

  58. Sarah J says:

    Would love to use these in a quilt! Thank you!!

  59. Diane W. says:

    What a great cause, and a wonderful way to raise money! I would also like to win this!

  60. Deb E says:

    Would make a wonderful wallhanging! Thanks for the chance!
    Deb E

  61. Jennifer You says:

    I like making quilts and bags.

  62. Malena says:

    Wow, oh wow! Those fabrics are great! Have been slowly getting my quilt room unpacked and set up again after a long and grueling construction project. I’m bursting to make something, anything! Quilt, zippered totes, summer skirt… Though, my 5-year-old son has been lobbying for a sleeping bag for his newest stuffy, so probably that would be first! 🙂

  63. Kris says:

    My daughter and I love bags made from lots of different fabrics!

  64. Traci Alexander says:

    I’m a teacher, so maybe some big pillows for the reading corner.

  65. Traci Alexander says:

    I’m a teacher, so I’d probably make something for the kids or something for the classroom.

  66. Karen says:

    Oooh, I would love to use this to make a pouch for my interchangeable knitting needles & a matching bag for notions.

  67. Megan says:

    At our sewing group, a friend was making quilted postcards and I think this fabric would be so perfect for that!

  68. Linda says:

    Beautiful fabrics! Perfect for sundresses for my little nieces. Thanks for the chance to win.

  69. Jane Drewel says:

    I would like to make a quilt for my daughter.. Thanks Jane

  70. Dayna Maynes says:

    I would make a quilt for my Momma. This fabric is perfect for her!

  71. Gloria C says:

    I love quilting so these lovelies would be matched up with some likely candidates from my stash to make a quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

  72. Lisa Dieumegard says:

    The strawberries are beautiful! I would love to make a photo memory quilt for my 2 year old granddaughter with this fabric…her very 1st “field trip” was to the local strawberry farm to pick berries. A perfect addition to her Nursery. Thank you for the chance…Nana

  73. Melissa Phillips says:

    Bags! Bags! Bags! I’d love to use this fabric for tote bags or little zippered bags, something that gets used and loved every day.

  74. Amy says:

    We need some mug rugs at home, and this fabric would be perfect for that!

  75. Bridget Morton says:

    How fun to receive fabrics I didn’t pick myself and figure out an interesting and creative use for them!

  76. Rebecca says:

    I would definitely make a quilt. So cute!

  77. Liz LeSaicherre says:

    My house flooded Twice in 2016! I would really appreciate these fabrics to replace a few yards. The strawberry one is really cute!

  78. Carol says:

    The strawberries make me hungry, maybe some placemats. Or make some small bags filled with goodies to give away. Also I am part of a quilt ministry at my church, we could use it for a quilt.

  79. Summer says:

    I’d love to make strawberry blocks with the strawberry fabric!

  80. Lis says:

    What a Great Idea! Had never heard of these kind of stash boxes and it’s perfect for getting some creative juices going.
    Would Love To Win and Try!!

  81. Diane in VA says:

    Picnic basket liner and napkins . Thank you.

  82. Stephanie says:

    I have a new niece arriving. How lovely would this be as a quilt for her.

  83. GooberVA says:

    Love making quilts and currently making a lot of wall hangins to spruce up the bare walls.

  84. Sandy K says:

    Totes and pouches are always fun to sew and have on hand for gifts.

  85. Vicki H says:

    I’d like to make mini quilts for my sewing room wall.

  86. Beth says:

    Well seems I’m new at quilting I’d use it for a quilt.

  87. Erin says:

    I would start my first ever quilt!

  88. Tina says:

    Perfect for kitchen accessories and aprons. Thanks!

  89. georgi says:

    I love making things for the grands quilts dresses doll cloths.

  90. Angela adame says:

    I would love to win . I’d make a quilt to give to someone.

  91. kristin says:

    would love to use that strawberry fabric to make something for my niece, she is a strawberry fiend!

  92. Adam says:

    I love all of the modern fabrics in these boxes, might just have to subscribe. I would make a mini quilt to hand on the wall.

  93. Judy says:

    I would use the fabric in a quilt.

  94. Kristin says:

    That fabric would make an adorable girls dress!

  95. Claudia says:

    I would love to make various Christmas ornaments such as birds and small quilt blocks with embroidery stitches from my sewing machine.

  96. Karon says:

    Thinking a cute table runner would be nice!

  97. STH says:

    A spring table runner!

  98. Cindy says:

    I’d have to see the fabric before I decided what to make with it!

  99. Lynda H says:

    I would go to my big block book and find a pattern that would showcase those prints…..I have been wanting to do a QAYG quilt – this may be the inspiration I need.

  100. allison says:

    Would love to win a box – I have some things that need friends to become something great – it looks like these friendly fabrics would be the perfect friends for them!

  101. Gloria says:

    Use the stash builder box to make quilt to donate.

  102. Myssi says:

    That is so AWESOME. I would be using it with my new accuquilt to make scrappy tumbler quilts. I love bright happy colors. ???

  103. Pat K says:

    I also like to make quilts for children’s charities, and if I were lucky enough to win, would use the fabric for that purpose.

  104. Sara Davis says:

    I have been working on some improvisational quilts and would love some new fabric to inspire more. Thanks!

  105. Loree says:

    I’d make lots of shopping bags!

  106. Cindy S. says:

    These would make adorable dresses or skirts for my little granddaughter. Very cute fabric!

  107. Cathy Wilson says:

    I love these fabrics! I am making a charity quilt right now and these would be perfect to complete it!

  108. Tabitha says:

    I’d use the fabrics to make a quilt or wall hanging that is something unlike I’ve ever done before, maybe applique, maybe colors I never use, but definitely something that would take me out of my comfort zone.

  109. Stacy says:

    I’d love to make a table runner with it!

  110. Jennifer Schaudt says:

    i’d make a quilt that a child could snuggle under while feeling under the weather with the fabrics in the box. fabulous strawberry print too!!

  111. Angel P says:

    I would love to make a dress for my daughter or make a quilt with some of the fabric from the stash box.

  112. cecile in MN says:

    I’d love it ! I would make skirts for my girl, and quilt or pillowcase dependaing on the size of the fabrics. Thanks !

  113. Kathyh says:

    Zippered toiletry pouches filled with basic toiletries for lical donation

  114. Zina Clark says:

    How fun! I’d love to try out a Stash Builder’s box! I would make a quilt, bag, or a table runner. They are my favorite things to make!

  115. Crystal Rose says:

    I would like to make a little skirt for my daughter.

  116. Colleen P says:

    I love surprise fabrics! I would likely make some cute skirts for my girls and a tote bag with matching pencil case.

  117. Jennyroo says:

    I have some fun little zipper pouches in mind… that strawberry fabric is delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  118. Margie Sanders says:

    I joined a quilt group a year ago and we piece and tie simple quilts to donate to the Kiwanis club for at risk kids that had to be taken out of the home. Nothing like a quilt to feel some love. In ten years, they have donated over 500 quilts. I would most likely donate this fabric for yet another quilt.

  119. Monica says:

    What a clever idea! I’d use it to make a cute baby quilt for a friend.

  120. Claudia Wade says:

    Lovely group of fabrics. I would make a baby quilt from this group of fabrics.

  121. Anita Jackson says:

    The Strawberry fabric would go great in a picnic blanket! But right now, I’m thinking summer time and sunshine…so any fabric for a picnic or beach blanket would be great!

  122. Flicsha Allen says:

    I love to make small quilty gifts and quilts alike it’s fun to look at a fabric and say that would make a wonderful gift for someone in my life.

  123. Janie M says:

    I would make a grocery store tote. Beautiful fabrics. Thank you for the chance!

  124. Kristin Farwig says:

    I am a member of the Star Quilter’s Guild of Roanoke, VA. Part of the guild’s mission is to make ‘comfort’ quilts that are given to charitable organizations. If I win the box, I will donate the fabric to the guild for making more comfort quilts.

  125. Pam L. says:

    Quilts! Quilts! Quilts! I would love to get that in the mail! Thank you for the giveaway!

  126. jeannette says:

    There are many 3 yard fabric patterns that are perfect for charity quilts. I would use one of them and donate it.

  127. Ooo, a grandgirl quilt in the making!

  128. Alexa Shelton says:

    I’d love to make a little lap quilt or a cute dress for my niece.

  129. Trudy Doiron says:

    Beautiful fabrics

  130. Jayne says:

    I have never gotten a stash box, but always wanted experiance it! I would most likely make a set of pillows…they would be perfect for a housewarming gift!

  131. Julie B. says:

    Ever since I bought your book, I have been bag making crazy! So I would definitely put this fabric to some creative use 🙂

  132. Dawna Fennewald says:

    I think maybe a quilt would be nice.

  133. mary jo says:

    using fabric for quick quilts, and small projects.
    recently started some epp that I pretend may be a quilt some day–lol

  134. Gail Hyden says:

    Make a quilt! And those fabrics look perfect for a baby quilt for my nephew and his new baby boy. His dad passed away recently and will miss his first grandchild’s birth.

  135. Sara says:

    I love the pencil!
    My little girls have been begging me for bags and pencil pouches.
    I’d have to make myself a diaper clutch to match 🙂

  136. Annette South says:

    I would love to won this!

  137. Susan N. says:

    I love that strawberry print and I would make some place mats with it and a matching table topper.

  138. Kiri says:

    I would make up bags,of course. Lovely fabric, thanks for the opportunity .

  139. Hannah Horvath says:

    I’d enjoy making my very first apron with the fabric if I were to win! I’m a very new sewer, and I’m loving learning the ins and outs of sewing!

  140. Vicki in MN says:

    I’d probably use it to make a quilt for Project Linus, they are always in need.

  141. Renea Yarolim says:

    Very cute giveaway. I think my little granddaughter would like a little tote bag. Thanks for the giveaway

  142. Debbie says:

    I would make something for one of my granddaughters.

  143. Jayme in MN says:

    I have yet to make myself a quilt. Ive made for lots of kids and even my sister but nothing for me yet. I’d love to use the stash builder for a quilt for myself!

  144. Carol says:

    Great fabric for a quilt. I’d like to see what this box is all about. Put me in Please.

  145. Maureen Brown says:

    I use quilting as a therapy as I suffer from vestibular issues that has taken my balance system, I had to stop driving and quilting and sewing has given me a way to spend my day. I am making table runners for my daughters, daughter in love and son that is single. This would be so much fun to create Valentine table runners for each of their tables. It would also be fun to make something cute for my two grand babies!

  146. nancy lewis says:

    I would love to win this great giveaway!! I would make a quilt with the pattern that is included. It really is calling my name!!

  147. Marian Allen says:

    I would love to make something for my kitchen – love the colors – just so happy!

  148. Casey Kiley says:

    I love the concept behind this. I’d carry it forward and make a couple of donation quilts for Linus.

  149. Debbie White says:

    I would love to win this prize! I am just getting back into sewing and this fabric would come in so handy for making some of the smaller projects I’ve been looking at on various sites. I love mug rugs and would like to sew baby items for my new grandson. 🙂

  150. Donna says:

    How exciting to receive a box of fabric every month! This is such a great idea. Sometimes when we shop our eye is pulled toward certain things and we tend to stay in our little bubble so someone curating picks for us will help our imaginations grow. I’m thinking colorful yokes on pretty summer tops, or fancy pleats peeking out of denim skirts. Coasters and table runners for the home would be exciting, or cutting out the shapes and appliqeiing them on to childrens clothing would add a special touch. Also, placing the fabric around the house and petting it every so often brings happiness too! I hope I win!!

  151. Kate Andrews says:

    Some cute pillowcases and throw pillows!

  152. Katie says:

    I would love to try new bag patterns with this fabric!

  153. Fran Bott says:

    Oh, I make wallets and purse, this is a great idea for getting coordinating fabrics for that purpose.

  154. Tina says:

    The strawberries are my new favorite! I could see it as a retro apron!

  155. Melissa says:

    Quilts! Or bags… something fun!!

  156. Karen McMahon says:

    I would make a baby quilt with those fabrics. They are so cute.

  157. Annie Dee says:

    Beginner quilter here. Been researching easy patterns to start with but haven’t yet decided on only one pattern. I do know that I’d love to make a table runner that matches my China. Thanks for this chance!

  158. rhonna jerauld says:

    love this!! i would love a 70s style halter top out of this fabric. thanks!

  159. Cindy says:

    I think I have enough stash to add that would make a great quilt!

  160. Audrey says:

    Tomorrow, a family of five Iraqi refugees is scheduled to arrive here. My church has partnered with our local Islamic center to host this family as they learn a new language and settle into a new culture. We’ve worked together to equip a home for them. I would use this fabric to make a quilt for the three young daughters to share.

  161. Mary Halttunen says:

    Oh my I love that fabric. I would definitely make a baby quilt. I love unusual colors in my baby quilts with high contrast for visual contrast.

  162. Laura B says:

    I think a tote bag in those three prints would be adorable.

  163. Tori says:

    Love these fabrics! I need to make a baby girl quilt and these would be perfect. Maybe a plus quilt or just simple HSTs. Sometimes you need to keep things simple and let the fabrics do the talking 🙂

  164. Brenda P says:

    In my local community we have two police officers who were injured in the line of duty and there are lots of fund raisers going on I would love to make a quilt to donate to the auction to help with their medical bills

  165. Rita A Montgomery says:

    I’d make my granddaughter a cute dress for church.

  166. Robyn Lehman says:

    I just saw a pattern for a simple and quick table runner that I’d love to make as a gift for my sister and her new house. These boxed look like they’d be addicting!

  167. Kathy Slaughter Cummings says:

    I would like to make a mini quilt!
    Thank you.

  168. Adrienne Simpson says:

    I think I would enjoy using the fabric to make kid’s pajamas, or maybe dresses for little girls, or a blouse or two.

  169. Claudia says:

    I’d like to make a wall hanging.

  170. Tim says:

    With this box… oh the quilt squares, shirts, bags and whatever else I wanted to try!

  171. Gwen in NJ says:

    I’ve kept a picture inspiration of a color blocked A-line dress for a toddler using three coordinating prints. These fabrics would be great, not to mention fun!

  172. Melanie C says:

    I would make myself a shirt or bag ….I love these fabrics!!!!

  173. Hi! I’m really into essential oils now so I would make carrying cases for oil bottles and rollers so I can share oils as gifts with my friends and family.

  174. Carole Whitridge says:

    I love making modern, bright quilts! Picnic and throw sizes are my favorites

  175. Carolyn Christensen says:

    Very cute fabric. Perfect for a Mommy & Daughter aprons

  176. Chris says:

    I think these would be wonderful in a potholder or maybe placemats.

  177. Jeneta says:

    At the moment I am enjoying making cushions and pillowcases!

  178. Linda says:

    I think I would try the quilt on the leaflet.

  179. Kristen says:

    I would love to make a quilt!

  180. Staci Torgerson says:

    I’m loving the prints! The 3 would make an adorable little zippered pouch for my 10yr old daughter!

  181. Montserrat Duran says:

    I will love to make quilts for my new house in Costa Rica.

  182. Michelle says:

    This is fabulous! I would love to make a few baby gifts for a friend who is expecting, or clothing for my kids!
    I love the charity component too. Lovely giveaway!

  183. Donna Adams says:

    I would make an orange peel quilt.

  184. Dawn Jones says:

    It would be great to make some handbags.

  185. Rachel Casiday says:

    When I was a child, we had a quilt that was all hexagons in all different fabrics. It makes me feel warm and comfy remembering it. I have started my own as a slow hand project, and would love some new fabrics to incorporate.

  186. Carol Y says:

    Looks like a good amount to make a fun pillow or tote!

  187. Linda says:

    I’d make something special for my daughter. She loves strawberries. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

  188. Rita Long says:

    These would make cute pillow cases

  189. Paula says:

    I love to make scrappy quilts, but don’t have much of a stash since I just started quilting again after about 30 years. Would love to win your box!

  190. Lori Morton says:

    Love Love Looooove the Strawberries on navy!! Would maybe make a Throw..with few more fabrics added…not sure…lol Would just have to look & enjoy the beautiful fabrics first! Gorgeous!!

    Thank you for chance to win this Awesome Give-a-way too! 😀

  191. Kate says:

    I have three close relatives with babies on the way, and I’d like to try making a few of the bonnets I saw posted here a while back.

  192. Tina L. says:

    I would make a quilt with my granddaughter for her bed. She is getting interested in making, and it would be a fun experience.

  193. Cassandra says:

    I would love to make a market bag and a half apron with these prints! So cute.

  194. Sue says:

    These fabrics would make a darling quilt for my newly decorated family room.

  195. Tracy H says:

    That is so cool that you donate a portion for others! I love that! Besides quilts I like make bags, just started making those! So would probably would make a bag.

  196. susan hatfield says:

    That fabric is really pretty and I would make some fabric baskets with it! Thanks for the chance to win. I like this idea for a kit!

  197. Suzy McQ says:

    I’d love to make a cute hexie quilt if I’m the lucky winner!

  198. Barbara says:

    I love making quilts! What a fun give away!

  199. Patricia Arnold says:

    Thank you for all you do.

  200. Doris says:

    Hmm, what to do with a nice stash of fabric… just seeing the stash pictures sets my heart soaring to places unknown. It is deep winter here in the Great North Woods of New Hampshire; the snow just keeps coming while springs seems years away. Those bright colors tease me into fantasing about warm days that can come nearer with the feel of fabric, scissors and the vibrations of the sewing machine. At 11, it is time that my twin grand neice and nephew learn the joy of sewing.Together we could make a simple quilt to donate to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Parkinson’s group which gives a quilt to persons with Parkinson’s. We could also create something for each of them, perhaps simple backpack totes.
    With the Stash Builder Box many lives would find warmth to ward of the chill of winter.

  201. Katie says:

    I have too many ideas and quilts to make! Also I made a resolution not to buy any new fabric this year and I already regret it.

  202. HeatherK says:

    What a great idea! I love that I can do something for myself and help others at the same time. Those strawberries make me think of summer and picnics … Maybe a basket lining or set of placemats for the deck.

  203. Corinne says:

    I’m always happy to make then give. I have a co-worker who is pregnant. I’d love to make some cute bias tape to edge the burb clothes and bibs. There is a softy pattern I’ve had my eye on as well. Thank you for the chance!

  204. Maryanna says:

    I’m in the early stages of planning a twin size quilt for my daughter, who has almost outgrown her toddler bed. I’d love to mix in some cool modern fabrics to make something more “big girl” for her. ?

  205. Sangeetha says:

    Oh wow! I just thought my 7 year old to sew. I think this box amongst bringing great joy to her and me would be a fun way for me to teach her how to make a load of coll projects like bags, dresses, quilts

  206. Those prints are adorable! I see a picnic quilt. Thanks for the chance.

  207. Robin Whiting says:

    I would love to make a pillow or table runner.

  208. Sandy Allen says:

    I would love to use these to make a table runner for the kitchen.

    Thanks for the fun give away!

  209. Courtney Lewis says:

    Wow! Not only would I use this monthly deliciousness for sewing/quilting, but so many of your fabrics are ideal for embroidering on prints!

  210. Lesley says:

    I love to make quilts!

  211. Helen G says:

    I think this would make a really nice table runner for summertime….although we are enjoying delicious strawberries right now. Such cute fabrics and a really nice box of goodies. I would love to win this! Thanks for the chance. Helen

  212. Kellie Warren says:

    My grandbaby is moving to a “big girl bed”. My husband and I are buying a daybed and trundle for a spare bedroom at our house too so we can sleep in there until we are confident she “gets it” at our house. I would LOVE TO make her a little quilt for fun to encourage her to sleep in her new big girl bed!

  213. Marita says:

    Always love making quilts

  214. Trisha says:

    Baby quilt

  215. Caroll says:

    I would love to win this! I’m a beginner at sewing and would use the fabric for making cute dresses for my daughter.

  216. Baby clother for my Granddaughter due in May! Thank you for a chance!

  217. Elaine says:

    I would love to make a couple of bags. I have wanted to for a long time but have been hesitant to start 🙂

  218. Marilyn says:

    I would love to make a quilt and zipper puches.

  219. Ella says:

    I’d love to make a new bag!

  220. Christina says:

    What a fun concept! This looks like a picnic tote to me!

  221. Cynthia Taylor says:

    Looks like a great box!

  222. Marion says:

    I would make covers for my pillows. Thank you for this generous giveaway.
    Marion

  223. Ramona says:

    I just love this fabric! I would use it to make a roman shade in my kitchen or a table runner. The colors are just perfect!

  224. Joan says:

    I would make some doll clothes with the fabrics. Thank you for this great giveaway.
    Joan

  225. Marilyn says:

    I would like to make some cushion covers for my rockers. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Marilyn

  226. Jess Cook says:

    Ahh, so exciting! I’m actually trying to to plan ahead for holiday gifts this year so I would use the fabrics to make quilts and tote bags/purses for gifts probably!

  227. Barb K. says:

    This would be really fun to win–I would make a quilt for the family room.

  228. Sherry Fram says:

    I would make a cute table runner with the fabric! Love the strawberries!

  229. Luci says:

    I have a baby on the way, so I’m sure that any fabric I receive will go into a blanket or some cute clothes.

  230. I would make a outfit for one of my grandkids. I loce making things for them to dress them up in. And they love it when I make them something new.

  231. Christine Herman says:

    I love mixing and matching different prints, this would be a great addition to make some new combinations for quilt tops : )

  232. Melissa Heine says:

    I would make a dress for my grand daughter or and outfit for my grandson. I love making things to dress them up and make them look cute.

  233. Michele Simons says:

    A friend of mine asked “what would it take” for me to make her a quilt. It made me stop and think! Since then I have been making simple quilts for my many beloved friends and family members.

  234. ELAINE GREGORY says:

    I am working on an American Girl wardrobe for my granddaughter’s birthday. I have several patterns and this material would be perfect for this project. TY 😉

  235. Amy Loar says:

    Love these fabrics, and the pencil is fun. They put me in the mood to sew a heart pillow that I can leave out all year.

  236. Anne says:

    I make quilts that are given to transplant recipients at Ma young Clinic. I love to make quilts and it’s more special yet knowing they might brighten someone’s life

  237. Addie says:

    These springy fabrics are adorable! I would make a shorts and top outfit for a little girl. Thank you for the giveaway.

  238. Ali says:

    Those fabrics would make an adorable Valentine runner or wall hanging!

  239. Cathy says:

    I have recently returned to sewing after a 30 year hiatus. I now make lap robes for shut ins. A Stash Builder Box would be a wonderful treat!

  240. Molly P says:

    In love with those strawberries! While I normally lean to a quilt for everything in my stash, those strawberries and “X”s would make an awesome dress for my baby girl. I so appreciate that this subscription box is a great happy for a fabric hound, but also doing some good for our community as a whole. Such an awesome idea. Thanks for the opportunity!

  241. Kathy E. says:

    I would enjoy making a pretty spring time table runner with the. Strawberries always remind me of spring and I’m hoping it will be here sooner than later!

  242. Mary S says:

    I’d love the surprise and addition to fabric, tread, and more! Right now I’m making a scrap project, “geese migration” and could use a variety of colors for the top and backing. Great give-away!

  243. Kate says:

    Well, my first thought is always to make a quilt. I also really like making bags and pouches. And I was researching patterns to make my 10 year old daughter a dress, so it could be used for that too. ?

  244. Anne Goff says:

    These would make a beautiful spring table runner!?

  245. Carrie says:

    I would love to make a cuddle blanket for a sweet child, or teach my daughter how to sew one that she can give away. I have a dream of some day having enough time to make and donate blankets on a regular basis for Project Linus.

  246. Deb says:

    I would make scrap quilts. I love a quilt with many many many different fabrics.

  247. Dianne says:

    Wow, I love that fabric! Would make my little ones a quilt with that. Beautiful designs.

  248. Tonia Jeffery says:

    Most of my fabric ends up becoming dresses for my girls or eye candy till I can find the right project for it.

  249. Laura Brown says:

    I would love to do a throw quilt for my kiddos!

  250. Tammy says:

    If I won the box, I’d probably make some cute little skirts for my daughter! Thanks for the chance to win!

  251. CHLOE COLLINS says:

    A lovely apron for my beloved with plenty of of pockets. He would love it.

    Thank you for having this giveaway.

  252. Samina says:

    What a cool idea! I’d use my stash to make some bags.

  253. Ann says:

    what a fun giveaway! I sew exclusively apparel but I LOVE using quilting cottons for bias tapes or unexpected contrast facings.

  254. Judi D says:

    I have started making port pillows for the local mammography center and these cheerful fabrics would be used for the pillows I donate!

  255. Jill says:

    I’ve started thinking about end of year teacher gifts already!

  256. amy says:

    I’d make a rail fence quilt with those lovely fabrics~

  257. Christina says:

    This would be a great way to make a strip quilt

  258. Debbie Gruenbacher says:

    Sounds like a fun scrap quilt or maybe the bundle will be from coordinating lines and I am wanting to make a star design with them! Thanks for the opportunity to dream and somebody to win this bundle

  259. Stacia says:

    I’ve been obsessed with making things for my little man. At 4 months old, this kid is inundated with blankets! I’m hoping to expand to bind and leggings! This box would be so fun 🙂

  260. Waleska Jungmann says:

    Those are so cute!! I see myself making tote bags and make up bags with them. So lovely!

  261. Kristin H says:

    I have several friends who are expecting and I’d love to use a box to make them some baby quilts!

  262. Erin says:

    Baby quilts!

  263. Sam says:

    So many things to make, so little time! That strawberry fabric is calling out for a little girl’s jumper.

  264. Kelly Schmoker says:

    I would love to make a dress for my 4 year old! Such cute fabric :). Thanks – kelly

  265. Barbara Woods says:

    Perhaps some microwave cozys

  266. I would probably enjoy making dresses 🙂

  267. Sherry B says:

    Oh what pretty fabric! I make a lot of quilts for charities, so with 3 yards in a Stash Builder Box, that would make at least two quilt tops for children sized quilts….one of my favorite charities is Quilts For Kids. Thanks for the chance to win some fun fabrics.

  268. Sally says:

    The Kiss Me Red pattern looks fun! I would enjoy making a small quilt for myself or for a friend.

  269. Beth says:

    Oohhh! I would LOVE to win a free stash and make Mother/Daughter aprons since my little girl has recently discovered the joys of cooking with me! She’s always so proud of being such a “big helper” but she’s also always a MESS!!

  270. Wendy T says:

    I’ll have to see the fabric before I decide what to sew, but a sampler quilt would be nice.

  271. The strawberries would be *perfect* for fussy cut hexies!

  272. Nancy says:

    This would be darling for a set of Valentine placemats!!

  273. Karen Rowell says:

    My oldest grandson is graduating from high school this year. I need to make him a quilt! This just might give me something to add to that.

  274. Kathy Beiter says:

    Love the cute strawberry fabric! I think I’d make something just for ME for a change!

  275. AdrienneS says:

    That strawberry fabric reminds me of a stuffed dog someone made for me waaaay back when I was little- I creatively named him “Strawberry Dog”, LOL. I’ve never made a stuffed animal but maybe I should try.

  276. Nikki M says:

    The patterns on the fabric pictured is so sweet! I would have to make a sweet summer dress for my daughter with it. If there’s enough left over, I would use the rest to make a dress for her new cousin. They are two peas in a pod!

  277. Kelley Vito says:

    Would love to win fabric for lots of baby dresses!

  278. Michelle N says:

    I am loving all these boxes. I need to request a subscription for my next birthday!

    I would love to make my daughter a doll quilt with these fun fabrics. Or maybe her first little tote bag for her birthday next month. <3

  279. Brittanie Gockel says:

    Who doesn’t love fabric?! With this fabric I would make my girls new matching skirts! ??

  280. Linda says:

    Now that I am retired, I am thinking to do more quilting for charity. My modern guild (Baltimore) makes 45″ square (or so) quilts for needy kids at a Head Start program in East Baltimore to create a reading nook for themselves at home. This is a nice sized qulit to use up smaller yards of fabrics and experiment with fun designs and I think I’d like to do more of that.

    🙂 Linda

  281. Amanda says:

    I would make all sorts of cute baby things for my future niece or nephew!

  282. Liza Downey says:

    This is precious! I’d make a sweet little lap quilt for a darling baby!

  283. Marsha says:

    I love the fabrics! I will definitely make my two girls something cute. Maybe shorts and shirts?

  284. Baa Goldfarb says:

    I’d love to make a (throw) cuddle quilt for a little neighbor girl. Her family is facing some tough times & I think this would be just the thing to help her get through this knowing someone is caring about her

  285. Elena Murphy says:

    I use quilting fabric to make boxes!!

  286. Laura says:

    I have just the project for the strawberry fabric! Thanks for the chance.

  287. Linda says:

    I’ve been wanting to start sewing for charity! The local hospital takes knitted blankets for premies, so I’m going to contact them and see whether they would take quilted blankets. Although I’m also excited to learn more about other charity sewing. These strawberries are so sweet!

  288. Lisa C. says:

    My daughter passed away on February 10th and I’m working on a memory quilt, this fabric would be a lovely addition to my quilt. It’s beautiful.

  289. Tammy says:

    Neat idea! I would probably make some table toppers! Quick easy projects!

    • Tammy says:

      Hope to win! Great Idea for quick projects!

  290. Anne Marie says:

    I would naturally want to make some kind of quilt!

  291. Paula says:

    I love making quilts for family and friends.

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