Sassy Saturday Giveaway!

Sassy Saturday

This weeks Sassy Saturday is brought to you by Cotton Bliss!

What does Stefanie have for you guys this week???

A $25 gift certificate to Cotton Bliss!

So what is happening over at Cotton Bliss???

Their inventory blow-out sale ends on Sunday and they still have loads of beautiful pre-cuts, yardage and notions marked down. This means Bella Solids are less than $5 and Cotton Prints less than $7.50 per yard! ….so make sure you check out the deals!

Cotton Bliss is also participating in Moda’s Piece and Comfort Challenge. This is a quilt challenge that honors military families and all that they sacrifice.

To participate, fifty percent of your fabrics have to be from this fabric line by Sandy Gervais….

It looks like a lot of fun….So if you think you are interested, check out all the details and guidelines HERE!

What to do to ENTER the giveaway>>>>>

Head on over to Cotton Bliss and check out the Piece and Comfort Challenge guidelines HERE.

Then come back and leave a comment here telling me if you were going to participate….would you rather have yardage, a jelly roll, a charm pack, or a layer cake???

Or maybe you need all of them:)

Giveaway ends Thursday, Jan. 8th at midnight/EST, winner notified the following Saturday.

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  1. I’d rather have yardage or s layer cake

  2. I would like to use a layer cake to make this quilt if I were going to participate.

  3. Julie Craven says:

    I can not participate. Darn, pulled everything out of my craft room into the bedroom, living room, and some in the kitchen. Resolution is to touch everything crafty I have and make sure it really is where it’s suppose to be.

  4. Dawn Jones says:

    I think I would like Jelly Roll’s if I were going to participate. Have a great day!

  5. I’m going to be making one for my dad, so i just might enter.

  6. If I were to participate I think I’d like yardage and layer cakes. Thanks so much for the chance to win! Happy New Year!! :)

  7. This is a great challenge, a wonderful idea. I would choose a layer cake.

  8. If I were to participate, I would use a layer cake and a bit of yardage.

  9. I think a layer cake and a few half yards would be perfect.

  10. HI, rather have yardage; if I can manage this around my work schedule? Thanks for sharing!

  11. Patricia Cash says:

    Not sure, I can finish one by April. But if I do will use jelly roll.

  12. I am not able to participate but I would choose layer cake and yardage to make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric.
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

  13. Layer cake or yardage I think!

  14. Would choose layer cake and yardage, printed out entry form and plan to participate, the military deserves all the support and more that we can give them

  15. Happy Sassy New Year! I would use a layer cake for the challenge. Thanks for the chance!

  16. I am most definitely going to participate. I am going to use a layer cake and yardage both. My nephew who is in the Air force just moved his family to Korea for a three year tour of duty. So this quilt is for him.

  17. I’d use a layer cake!

  18. I love their products, and I am useing colors for soldier quilts, so I would adore to be able to buy more, thank you

  19. Lori Morton says:

    If I was participating…would use 2 Layer Cakes with yardage :)

  20. If I was going to enter, I would prefer yardage.

  21. Sandy A in St. Louis says:

    I’d rather have a layer cake or Jelly Roll. I know I can make something with those that would fit the requirements!

  22. I think I’d use layer cakes and some yardage-very pretty fabric.

  23. cherise tower says:

    I were to participate I would use a layer cake. Thanks for the giveaway!

  24. If I were to participate, I would want a jelly roll.

  25. Michele Timms says:

    my preference would be a layer cake and some yardage if I was going to participate.

  26. I’d use a jelly roll plus yardage for background and borders.

  27. I would use a jelly roll plus some yardage for background. And, I would participate!

  28. Susan in OK says:

    I would prefer a layer cake. Hmmm – I might participate. I have lots of irons in the fire and this is a worthy, worthy cause.

  29. Bethanie D. says:

    If I ever get caught up on my huge To-Do list , I would love to do a challenge, or a quilt-along. If I did I think I would like to play with a jelly roll most of all.
    Cotton Bliss is a great shop! I love the rewards program!

  30. I’m not going to commit to this project at this time, though I support it whole-heartedly. We can’t do enough for our servicemen!!!! I’d be happy with a jelly roll or layer cake if I won. Thanks for the opportunity.

  31. Amazing project! If I participated I would love to try a layer cake. Thanks!

  32. I love layer cakes! thank you!!

  33. Kris Bolick says:

    I would love to participate! Would gather some friends to help piece it. I think a layer cake would be great! But would need a bit of yardage for boarders. Have a pattern in mind already!

  34. I’m thinking a layer cake. You still get fairly big pieces, while still getting the variety. :)

  35. If I decide to participate I would want it all, I love this fabric!!

  36. I think I will use yardage and a charm pack. Thanks for the fun!

  37. Allison C says:

    If I was going to participate I would want yardage

  38. If I won I would definitely make a quilt of valor. I would use a layer cake and yardage.

  39. Tabitha Keener says:

    I would want a jelly roll and some yardage! It would come in handy to make sure it was the right size! Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. I’m thinking I need them ALL – no greed there, just plain common sense. If you can’t decide, stock up and decide later!

  41. Elizabeth S says:

    I would need a layer cake and yardage.

  42. I’d prefer yardage. I won’t be participating, though my 3 sisters & I are making quilts for the veterans in our family. We’re using red, white & blue fabrics but not one particular line of fabric as this challenge requires.. Thanks

  43. I would use a jelly roll. They are so easy to work with

  44. Melanie c says:

    I would want a layer cake….I love being able to get all the prints more affordably.

  45. Brenda Niedermayer says:

    I don’t think I need to start another one now but souls probably use jelly rolls if I did. Great fabric!

  46. Christine says:

    I probably won’t make one, unless I win!! I’d love to win a layer cake!!

  47. This is a great idea. I would use a layer cake and yardage for backing.

  48. Cyndy Knapp says:

    If I were to participate, I’d like to use a layer cake and some yaedage. What a great idea this is.

  49. Lisa Marie says:

    If I were to join in this challenge I would likely choose yardage — that way I would have lots of pattern options.

  50. I might enter and if I did I’d prefer yardage!

  51. If I were to participate I’d likely choose yardage.

  52. Most likely yardage or a layer cake. The fabric line is lovely.

  53. Hmmm hard choice! Layer Cake? :) Thank you. So glad I came upon your blog a few months ago.

  54. I just finished a Sweet Tea quilt and it was so much fun that I want to make another so I’d have to go with a Jelly Roll.

  55. I’m thinking I would use a jelly roll.

  56. I think I would use a layer cake with some yardage. Thanks for the giveaway!

  57. I would use a layer cake of the prints, jelly rolls of coordinated solids, and yardage to make the back. My brother is a retired Marine so I would gift the quilt to him.

  58. If I were to participate I would want yardage.

  59. I would use yardage…I’m still not sure what to do with jelly rolls yet!! Thank you!

  60. If I were to enter, I would prefer yardage and maybe a layer cake. Thank you for the giveaway.

  61. carolyn montgomery says:

    i would use a jelly roll if i were participating.

  62. I think I would use a couple of jelly rolls and do a big rail fence.

  63. Diane Beavers says:

    Yardage please. At this juncture I will not be participating.

  64. goonyburd says:

    I love all the cuts, but I’d probably do a layer cake

  65. I would use a layer cake, and still need to decided if I am participating. Better make my decision soon.

  66. I I was participating, I would love to play with a jelly roll. I’ve seen some neat quilts made with them.

  67. Not sure if I would participat but would like yardage. Thanks!

  68. I would like the yardage if I were to participate.

  69. I would like to work with a layer cake for this challenge. This is a very good project.

  70. usairdoll says:

    Awesome giveaway!! I wish I could participate but I have to much on my plate. If I was and depending on the pattern I might choose yardage or charms, gosh it’s hard to pick, hehe.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.


  71. If I was going to participate, I would probably choose yardage.

  72. Sonja McLane says:

    I would prefer yardage, I wish I could participate but I am off pending disability and can’t afford to. If fabric was donated I would in a heart beat!!!!!!!

  73. I’d go for yardage! My quilt would be full of lovely fabric and tears for sure. My dad was in the Marines and he’s gone now.

  74. My friend and I made baby quilts for all the expectant mothers when the National Guard from our town was activated for the Gulf War, and again when they went to Iraq and again in Afghanistan. I would love to participate with jelly rolls. Thanks.

  75. If I were going to participate, I would like yardage and a layercake.
    I would definitely join in if I win. Thanks for the chance!
    wigglypup2 (at) yahoo ( dot) com

  76. I would like to add yardage to the layer cake I just ordered!

  77. I’m mostly a jelly roll person but a layer cake would work too. There are so many easy patterns out there now.

  78. I think a layer cake would be sufficient

  79. I would have to have yardage. Thanks.

  80. Such a great challenge! If I were to participate (but I don’t think I can commit to it right now) I’d go with a layer cake. I’m sort of obsessed with them right now!

  81. I would take a layer cake plus some strategic yardage!

  82. I would probably use a layer cake.

  83. Linda Webster says:

    My choice would be fat quarters so I would have enough different fabrics to make a scrap quilt.

  84. I would use a jelly roll because I seem to have the easiest time coming up with patterns to use with jelly rolls – and I barely have to do any cutting. Win!

  85. I find that using jelly rolls are the way to go for me…easiest to cut up into my own squares and sizes and just so manageable! That’s what I’d choose to use for this project.

  86. I love new challenges and I have never used a layer cake so that’s what I would choose.

    judybarr at iearn dot org dot au

  87. Not sure if I’ll participate or not. Yardage or layer cake would be best:)

  88. Layer cake. Great challenge. Happy New Year :)

  89. I would choose a layer cake because they are so versatile. Thanks for the giveaway!

  90. I have a fantastic idea with using a jelly roll.

  91. I would probably choose yardage. I like having a lot of fabric to work with! Thanks for the chance to win!