Jelly Roll race quilt – with a spin (+ giveaway!)

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Got Jelly Rolls or other fabric strips? How about a sizeable stash? Do you have fabrics you simply don’t care for anymore?

What would you say if you could sew those fabrics into a beautiful quilt top in just a couple of hours?

Sew Slice Spin and SashWe know what you’d say: sign me up!

Designer Theresa Ward has invented a way to put all of your fabrics—yep, even that awkwardly folded, dusty stack that’s never touched your rotary mat—to fabulous use. FAST.

Simply follow her four Ss to success: sew, slice, spin, and sash!

The quilts in Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash are made with strips only, so they’re perfect for beginners and quilters who have a need for speed. Turn out tons of different quilts with one basic technique. You can use strips of any width too—they’ll all work in Theresa’s patterns!

Glue-basting-technique<<< Theresa’s got another quick trick up her sleeve: get ready to stow away that seam ripper when you use her glue-basting technique. Sew perfectly straight seams every time.

Ready to meet Theresa and hear more about her ingenious ideas? She’s our guest writer at Stitch This! today—welcome, Theresa!
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Theresa-WardAll I wanted to do was get rid of some of the stash I had in my sewing room. I had a plan, but that plan wasn’t well thought out, so I had to make a change. The change I made led me to writing Sew, Slice, Spin, and SashWithin a few weeks, I’d put a huge dent in my stash.

I started out with a bundle of black and white precut strips. I started sewing them together in no particular order, thinking I would just add a border to the quilt top when I was done. After sewing the strips together, I realized my quilt top was too long and not wide enough. Feeling frustrated, I tried to think of a way to make it work. The steps I came up with—sewing, slicing, spinning, and sashing—mixed up the prints, widened the quilt, and gave the design more pizzazz. Plus, I felt great about using up those precut strips, as well as some yardage!
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Black-and-White-quilt
Black and White

I wondered if I could use yardage to get the same outcome. Sure enough, I tried it and it worked. In less than two hours I had the fabric cut, the quilt top pieced, and I was ready to add borders to the Cardinals quilt.
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Cardinals-quilt
Cardinals

I was having way too much fun with this! Once I figured out that I could use bigger cuts of fabric, I started looking at my stash in a whole new way. One of my favorite quilts is made using two of the same print—one with a light background and the other with a dark background. I’d had that fabric sitting around for years and never could decide what to do with it. I was so happy to finally make it into a quilt.
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Columbine-quilt
Columbine

The bigger the pieces, the faster your quilt goes. That’s one of the nice things about this approach. I’ve taught the sew-slice-spin-and-sash technique in workshops and my students are always amazed at how quickly their quilts go together.
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Brights-quilt
Brights

For prints that you really like and don’t want to cut up, here’s a quilt that keeps bigger sections intact to show off special fabric. This design uses the same technique as all the other quilts, but it looks so different.
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Cats-quilt
Cats

These are the fastest quilts I’ve ever made. If you want to put a dent in your stash or if you need to make a quick quilt, add Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash to your library of quilt books.

See more of Theresa’s speedy, strippy quilts >


Sew Slice Spin and SashThanks for sharing the story behind Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash with us, Theresa—what a fun “spin” of events that must’ve been!

What dominates your fabric stash: strips, scraps, or yardage? Tell us in the comments and you could win a copy of the Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash eBook! We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win.

Can’t wait to start sewing and slicing, spinning and sashing? Buy the book today and instantly download the eBook for free. Or buy the eBook by itself for just $11.99.

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Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Kathy, who says:

“Yardage is what I have, but pre-cuts are running a close second. They are like candy in the quilt shop.”

Kathy, we’ll email you about your prize. Congratulations!


440 Comments

  • Strips are my downfall in the stash. My fav is the kitty quilt. I have cat fabric I could you with that one. 😉 Thanks for the giveaway.

    Trena J on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is full of batiks and neutrals. Lots of cream to brown. I think one of these patterns would make up beautifully with what I have on hand.

    —Patricia Elston on February 24, 2016
  • Love this idea! I’m looking at my stacks of leftover fabrics of all shapes and sizes here in a whole new way!!

    —Cindy M on February 24, 2016
  • My stash has mostly scraps, some of which I cut into strips. The rest is fat quarters waiting for the right project.

    —Pamela Wright on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is actually divided up into strips and 5″ squares. Whenever I finish a project I cut any smaller pieces into strips and then 5″ squares. I do have more strips as I often cut a strip off of new fabrics I buy just to add to my variety. Sew, Slice, Spin and Sash would be a great way to use some of my strips.

    —Cyndi on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of yardage, this book would be great to make a dent. Always need comfort quilts for our quilt guild. These would be fantastic! Thank you for the opportunity to win a book.

    —Catherine Stiele on February 24, 2016
  • My scraps are overwhelming me!

    —Martha Henrichs on February 24, 2016
  • I think at this point my yardage is huge…but I also have a ton of scraps….fabricholic!!!

    —Ann Kuhn on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage, some of it quite dated, dominates my stash. I’d love to find a way to use it up and make quilts that still look good. I’d love to win this book- thanks!

    —Dottie on February 24, 2016
  • Mostly yardage, but I can’t ever part with leftovers, so I have a fair amount of scraps also.

    —Jo Anne on February 24, 2016
  • I mostly have fat quarters that I picked up at the Salvation Army store.

    —Cathy Lomnicki on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage! Oh the Yardage! I have made my own 2 1/2″ strips from my stash to make a number of different blocks but Sew, "Slice, Spin and Slash" looks like some more good ideas!

    —Vicky on February 24, 2016
  • Mine is mostly strips! I love the look of this book! thanks!

    —Lee on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage! Overwhelmed by yardage! Theresa Ward’s book sounds like a wonderful way to create quickly and use up all that ‘forgot why I bought it’ fabric! My grandkids would love these quilts!

    —Linda B on February 24, 2016
  • Most of my fabric stash consists of yardage, although I have plenty of scraps too!

    —Kathy E. on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage and scraps. I can see that this technique would make for a quick quilt project. Thanks

    —Janice McLaren on February 24, 2016
  • I love this idea!! Would absolutely love to win this book. My stash has some of everything, but mostly 1/2 yard pieces. With these ideas, I could mix jelly rolls, layer cakes and strips of yardage to make lots of different combinations. Thanks!

    —Sue H on February 24, 2016
  • I have more yardage. Think that this book would help me get rid of some of it.

    —Velva on February 24, 2016
  • What a great idea! I have some fabrics I want to try this method out on now! My stash is mostly yardage, but I do have a "collection" of precuts, mostly charm packs and fat quarters.

    —Sandy A in St. Louis on February 24, 2016
  • On this snowy day, as I look in my sewing room, I see mostly yardage in bins sorted by color. If I LOVE a fabric, I usually buy 3 yards.

    —Margaret on February 24, 2016
  • I am loaded with scraps of all different sizes. I constantly look for ways to use the up. This looks like a great book.

    —Nancy Ballard on February 24, 2016
  • Strips definitely dominate my stash!!!! I pull them out, stare at them, become overwhelmed and put them back up. Thanks Theresa for the awesome inspiration. Next time I pull my strips out they might actually get put to use.

    —sandie on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage and fabric dominate my stash…I think that they are breeding in that closet, or perhaps it is Spring and they are sprouting, or maybe they are hatching – they are certainly growing…

    Gail G on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash, but scraps come in a close second!

    —Maureen Haynes on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of everything so if I put them in order it would be yardage, scraps, and then strips. Love the ideas!

    —Rita S on February 24, 2016
  • Right now, yardage dominates my stash, but strips come in a close second. The quilts in the book would be so fun to make. Thank you!
    Stephanie S.

    —Stephanie S. on February 24, 2016
  • The question today is what dominates our fabric stash? Strips. Yes. Scraps. Definitely. Yardage. Yep, got those too. This book would certainly solve my "What in the world am I going to do with all these fabrics I will probably never use?" question bouncing around in my head for the past year.

    —Colette on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage, but I’m accumulating a lot of scraps, too!

    —Jane on February 24, 2016
  • I’d have to say 80% is yardage and the rest is charm packs and scraps. I have not gotten into jelly rolls yet, but this book could change that real fast!! I just love how each quilt is so different, but similiar at the same time. would love to win that book, even though I don’t have a reader at this time.

    —debra lee on February 24, 2016
  • My stash consists mostly of yardage. A lot of short ends from previous quilts made and just don’t know what to do with them.

    —Gail Conlon on February 24, 2016
  • I think of myself as a sewer, not so much a quilter. So have bought lots of yardage, then started quilting and acquired quite a bit of precuts; jelly rolls, fat quarters, charm packs. If it is sold I probably have some;-)

    —Karen on February 24, 2016
  • scraps

    —Kathy Luehrs on February 24, 2016
  • I only buy yardage because I like to prewash and the precuts are not always cut accurately.

    —Diane on February 24, 2016
  • My stash includes strips, scraps & yardage. But yardage is probably taking up the most space. Love my strips too!

    —Charlotte on February 24, 2016
  • yardage definitely overwhelms my stash. I am always afraid I will not be able to get more of fabric that they will discontinue has happened to me many times but this is only by designers that I go to for my reproduction my big down fall other then that it is scrapes thanks for the chance to win

    debra kinkade on February 24, 2016
  • I have fabric that I bought when I first started quilting, that I have never used. Some I don’t like, some just bring myself to cut and others I just don’t know. I think this Sew, Slice Spin and Stash would force me to use these fabrics.

    —Sandra McCormack on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage and scraps about equally – can’t throw any bits away, but will cut the yardage into strips when I need to. This looks like a great resource!!

    —Regina on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly yardage in my stash. Can never pass up those fabrics that call to me.

    —Robin Peters on February 24, 2016
  • I have a mega fabric stash of all shapes and sizes. In order of amounts I have:
    Pieces under 3 yards folded, sorted, and stacked on three bookshelves
    Pieces over 3 yards on bolts on shelves
    Pre-cuts, mostly jelly rolls, sorted in file boxes: titled, Civil War, 30s, batik,contemporary, Christmas
    Kits in 2 file boxes labeled civil war/30’s and contemporary
    Finally, the least of these, scraps in 9 see-thru plastic drawers: six by color and three by style.

    Last but not least, my real vintage 36 inch wide and feed bags into 2 large trunk tubs and I won’t get into all my UF O’s in see through drawers, all glaring at me to finish!
    I need to live another life time to sew it all up!

    —Marianne on February 24, 2016
  • I would say ‘scraps’ dominate my fabric stash.

    —Marg on February 24, 2016
  • Lots of scraps that need to be used!

    —Susan on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage and scraps. Love the quilts made from this book.

    Mayme on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of yardage and scrap not a lot of precuts…. Cool book and ideas…. happyness04431@yahoo.com

    Anna Lutz-Brown on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly in yardage, I think! I would love to win that book.

    —Pat Knight on February 24, 2016
  • I have tpp much of all of it. This looks like a great technique for some quick baby and charity quilts.

    —Barbara on February 24, 2016
  • I probably have more yardage than anything else, although I have fabric of all sizes everywhere!

    —Deborah Fowler on February 24, 2016
  • All of the above really. I would love to win the book.

    —Patricia Roberts on February 24, 2016
  • It has always been yardage, but in the past five years I’ve bought lots of precuts – fat quarters and jelly rolls, mostly. meanwhile, I have been cutting whatever is left from projects into strips of various sizes. This looks like an awesome way to use them and make the most of my time and efforts since I work full-time! I’d love to use this book!

    Thanks!

    Marsha Ransom on February 24, 2016
  • I really like jelly roll quilts. They fascinate me.

    —Rose Pullen on February 24, 2016
  • I have a great mix of all and I’m longing to start minimizing it

    —Marthese on February 24, 2016
  • I love using scraps and cutting the yardage stash I have to make attractive quilts is a BIG plus!! I would love to win this book.

    —Susan on February 24, 2016
  • I’ve got a whole lot of this, and a whole lot of that, but this book would help me use it!

    —Shelor on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage. If I really love a fabric, I will buy several yards.

    —Debbie Miller on February 24, 2016
  • I have too much fabric in small amounts and would love to make them into quilts to be enjoyed!

    —Nadja on February 24, 2016
  • My scraps are mostly in pieces.

    —Kathy h on February 24, 2016
  • Intriguing, haven’t figured out how it works, though.
    I have basketfuls of mainly scraps and I’m S-L-O-W-L-Y working my way through them.

    Is this book only available as an E-book?

    Hello Hedda,
    The book is available both in print and eBook-only versions.
    ~Cornelia/Customer Service

    —Hedda Boon on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is dominated by yardage, mostly under 1/2 metre cuts. Lots of stuff to play with! Great concept for using the stash.

    —Nyla-Jean on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is currently about half scraps and half yardage. Perfect to make some of these!

    —Gina on February 24, 2016
  • Currently Yardage, but strips are catching up!

    —Nancy Epright on February 24, 2016
  • Well it’s a combination of both scraps and yardage that seems to have taken over. I have been trying to sort through the yardage by colors and well lost what to do with the scraps, whre do l start? Love the patterns displayed in the book.

    —Anne on February 24, 2016
  • Mostly yardage, but I buy a lot of fat quarters, too.

    —Laura F on February 24, 2016
  • My stash started primarily as yardage..but ove 40 plus years of quilting is now mostly scraps with a few precursor! This book has great fast ideas, and would really help me reduce the clutter of my scrappy stash! Oh…and a few full bolts of fabric too! Lol!

    —Sharon Linders on February 24, 2016
  • Great ideas. Most of my stash is yardage, but have some precuts, too. Thanks.

    —Maryellen on February 24, 2016
  • I tend to have scraps left over from various projects that I’m saving for just such a neat technique. I would love to win the book!

    —Eunice Merideth on February 24, 2016
  • Mainly yardage, I’m cleaning my sewing room which is the bonus room over the 3 stale garage. It is housing now 2 rug looms, sewing station, cutting island snd new to me a 14 ft long arm Machine. I love this room. Fabric is stashed all over the house, closets in 2 extra bedrooms, large linen closet. Once empty dressers and totes in storage room. My husband said if anyone saw it they would be shocked. I have to say organizing took w long time but now everything is accessible and I love it!

    —Anna Mae Remmick on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mainly comprised of yardage, but I do have accumulated a variety of jelly rolls in the past 2 years.
    I would love to win this book – it looks very inspiring.
    Frieda

    —Frieda Grischkowsky on February 24, 2016
  • Strips, fat quarters, yardage, scraps – have and love it all

    —Caroline miller on February 24, 2016
  • I have some of everything. Charms, jelly rolls, layer cakes and yardage. I even have some 6.5 strips! I can see these quilts would be really quick!

    —Ginny Leber on February 24, 2016
  • I love the fact that I could make a lovely quilt in a day.

    —Sandy K on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of jelly rolls. This book would be a great addition & inspiration to do some quilts. Thanks for the giveaway

    —Sandie G on February 24, 2016
  • The majority of my stash is yardage, however, I love the jelly roll race quilts!

    —theresa sheldon on February 24, 2016
  • I would say it is a close race between yardage and scraps. Some great looking quilts in your preview. Thanks for the chance to win. My guild makes a lot of charity quilts and I see a lot of good ideas here.

    Carol on February 24, 2016
  • I have a stash with many many old pieces of yardage. This would be great to make a dent in it. Thanks.

    —Vicki H on February 24, 2016
  • My stash has always been mostly yardage. But, recent purchases are becoming mostly strips.

    —Suzanne on February 24, 2016
  • Love this concept. I can use up some of my leftover charm squares in addition to leftover strips. Great idea.

    Pam Rodgers on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage with scraps. While recovering from surgery I cut my odd scraps into different sizes and began sewing blocks. It has made the time go faster as I was healing.

    —Karen DH on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is more yardage than anything else.

    —Lanetta on February 24, 2016
  • love all the colors and how different each of them look

    —gail bartels on February 24, 2016
  • Would LOVE to win this book of ‘Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash’!! I make alumni comfort quilts and have strips, charms, 10 inch squares and scraps for this on-going project. Speed is the need when a schoolmate requests a quilt! Looking forward to the drawing!!

    —Jackie Orton on February 24, 2016
  • Most of my stash consists of yardage and a lot of it I’m just not excited about anymore. Since discovering jelly rolls (and I admit at first I thought it was a waste to buy already cut fabric), I wish more of my fabric was in strips. These patterns would be especially great to make a quilt quickly for a special person without it becoming a ‘lifetime’ commitment. I’ll be getting this book for sure, but I hope I win it!

    —Justine S on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly yardage. Thanks for the chance to win!!

    —Marilyn S on February 24, 2016
  • I have a little of everything. This book has wonderful ideas of how to use those scraps!

    —Glenda Britten on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly scraps. The yardage I have is designated for certain quilt projects. Thanks for a great giveaway. Love the many quilts that can be made from this fantastic book.

    —Nancy Blankenship on February 24, 2016
  • What a great idea. Yardage dominates my stash and I really had no idea what to do with it. Thus is a implement yet stunning way to use it.

    —Catherine Cook on February 24, 2016
  • Scraps right now.
    Thank you.

    —Diane B on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is a whole bunch of yardage, precuts and scraps. My cup runneth over! I love this concept!! I tried something similar with the one jelly roll race quilt I made. Once sewn, I cut it into 2 1/2″ strips again and the quilt has a bargello look. I liked it so much better that way. Thanks for the opportunity to possibly win the book. Love the designs.

    —kraftykc on February 24, 2016
  • I think these quilt patterns would be a great solution to needing several quilts for Habitat for Humanity and Quilts of Valor. I enjoy sewing for these two worthwhile groups and the patterns shown would be fast and fun to make with a variety of fabrics. Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of this book.

    —Yvonne on February 24, 2016
  • Oh how wonderful!! I absolutel love love love ideas for quicker patterns and pictures to go with these. I am handicapped and very very slow (!) It took me about 18 months to finish my first quilt! Oh my! But I have done many small projects…um, truth be told, many UNFINISHED projects! Anyway I should love to share in the excitement of Theresa Ward’s latest book and giveaway. Am I too late?? I inevitably miss the cutoff time for the giveaways, so at 1030 on morning of posting, here I am!!! Thank you soo much for making this possible!!
    Sue

    —Sue on February 24, 2016
  • I have lots of "stash" and just about an equal amount of scraps! But lately I’ve been busily cutting those scraps into more useable strips and squares. Bash the stash!!! Gives a great excuse to buy more fabric…..😄

    —Nancy on February 24, 2016
  • My stash has mostly yardage. Theresa’s method would be wonderful for some of the beautiful prints that I don’t want to cut into little pieces.

    Kathy on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly stash and yardage, but I love the ideas Theresa has of using larger pieces of fabric rather than just the 2 1/2 in. strips! A great book, with great ideas!

    —Patty on February 24, 2016
  • I find that I am buying lots of pre-cuts lately, and have made some lovely projects with them. BUT. . the three projects (oops- make that 4) I am currently working on are all using yardage.
    But I love being able to make stuff with the pre-cuts- they can go together so very quickly!!!

    —Kate W. on February 24, 2016
  • I’ve got yardage. Big pieces, little pieces. Fabric that I saw, liked, bought, and stashed. Sew, Slice, Spin & Slash sounds like it would be right up my alley!

    —Diana O on February 24, 2016
  • Love these and def have fabric to use up. As for fabric types……I have all of the above….yardage, scraps, rolls, cakes. I am an admitted fabraholic!

    —Erin on February 24, 2016
  • In my stash I have yardage and scraps. This a fantastic idea in using up some of my fabric that I have had for years.

    —Sandy on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of yardage but also fat quarters and smaller pieces. Am trying to pull from my stash for most projects.

    —Peggy on February 24, 2016
  • I have a whole lotta yardage, some fat quarters and some scraps. I have been trying to figure out how to use or organize my scraps…but I would rather use them up than hang on to them. This would be the perfect way to do that!

    —Cindy F on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage, yardage & more yardage! Love Theresa’a ides!

    —carol gearey on February 24, 2016
  • I don’t often buy fabric over 1 yard. That being said, I have a lot of fat quarters, 1/2 yard cuts, and single yard pieces. This looks like a fun book.

    —Marguerite Namdar on February 24, 2016
  • Lots & lots of yardage!This book might be just what I need.

    —Sharon on February 24, 2016
  • I really need a book like this. My fabric stash is mostly yardage and some scraps. I do have a few precuts, too, but I need to use up all fabrics because my stash is really getting out of hand! The quilts shown in the newsletter look very nice, and quick, too. Exactly what I’m looking for! 😊

    —Sharon on February 24, 2016
  • What dominates my fabric stash? When you have worked in a fabric store for over 30 years there is a collection of YARDS and YARDS and YARDS of many different fabrics from cottons, silk’s, suiting’s, fleeces, drapery’s in strips and scraps in all colors of the rainbow in solids, prints, novelties which have/are being made into clothing, quilts and what ever happens to catches my interests at the moment, right now lots of Quilts of Valor.

    Joan Oberfoell on February 24, 2016
  • Right now it is kidde prints

    —Katherine on February 24, 2016
  • I have too much stash! These quilts are beaufiful! I especially like the quilt made with light and dark of the same print! I have some in my stash that was waiting for inspiration.

    —Kay on February 24, 2016
  • Scraps dominates my stash! Alot of my friends have made a race quilt, I haven’t wanted to make one. These ideas give me the inspiration. I would make a charity quilt with some of my scraps!

    —Terri Tresise on February 24, 2016
  • WHERES THE GIVEAWAY?

    Hi Bob, the giveaway is revealed at the end of the post-we are giving away a copy of Sew, Slice, Spin and Sash. By commenting, you are entered to win!
    ~Cornelia

    —bob dougherty on February 24, 2016
  • I have fabric of all denominations. I do have a fair amount of large yardage from a fabric shop which always had wonderful prices before it closed it doors about 5 years ago. When making a quilt, I always cut the end of fabric pieces into strips and have strips of all widths saved in individual bins. Little scraps, not so much. I have fabric stored all over the house and will probably never use all of it in my lifetime.

    —Donnamarie on February 24, 2016
  • I’d have to say all three (strips,scraps & yardage) are in my fabric stash. I started quilting 17 years ago and have a little of everything. Love this idea as I’m not good with piecing small squares or quilts that take a long time.

    —Gayle H on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is made up of both Yardage and Scraps, too much of each. This has given me a whole new way to look at all of it!

    —Tammy H on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage, but I have been saving/cutting strips for years (why?).
    I also belong to a group of church quiltmakers. We donate comfort quilts. There are lots of really good ideas here. Thanks for the opportunity to win the book.

    —Linda P in IL on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage!

    —Amy Cofer on February 24, 2016
  • I have a few jelly rolls and strips in my stash that I would love to make a quilt out of.

    —beth daniels on February 24, 2016
  • I have been making strips after my projects are finished, but still keep larger scraps uncut in case a layer cake pattern that I like calls to me. This book looks very encouraging to make some quick use of leftovers.

    —Sharon A. on February 24, 2016
  • my main is strips and squares.. when a project is done, if its large enough leftover I’ll fold and return to the drawer, but smaller I’ll cut to 5″ or 2-1/2″ squares for 2-1/2″ strips

    Debbie D on February 24, 2016
  • Most of my stash is yardage and needs to be used up. I would love this book.

    —Betty on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage is what I have, but pre-cuts are running a close second. They are like candy in the quilt shop.

    —Kathy O on February 24, 2016
  • I have a bit of all of it but fat quarters and yardage just seem to sit there. I need ideas on how to put it all together.

    —DebMac on February 24, 2016
  • What a great way to use up my stash. I just moved and discovered how much fabric I really have. Crazy. Some of my friends have referred to me as the FQ Queen. Would be fun to use the book for cleaning up my fabrics. Thanks!

    —Kimberly P on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is big clear boxes divided by colors.
    Lots of different sizes and textures, make it fun to gather for whatever project gets to top of my to-sew list. Thanks for a bit of fun and chance to try something new!

    —Joann on February 24, 2016
  • I have a ton of yardage ! Every quilt shop I’ve been into I always, ALWAYS find fabric that I cannot live without ! I love the batik one and absolutely love the black and white one ! Looks like I’ll have to try this just to try to get my stash down !

    Donna Swanson on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage. Lots and lots of yardage. I do have 8 jelly rolls, though. But mostly yardage. Lots.

    —Jill Ellis on February 24, 2016
  • Mostly FQs, with a few jelly rolls and some yardage. Theresa has some lovely quilts here.

    —Mona on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage. I have recently been reintroducing myself to my stash, by re-folding and storing it in a different way. Your method of using pieces is very inspiring. Thanks for the draw.

    —Edith Gorzo on February 24, 2016
  • I have lots of yardage from different projects, did not get in to precuts until very late. Have been working on organizing my sewing room and stash. This book would be perfect for fast and easy stashbusting! love how the simple slice or spin makes a huge difference in the overall look. I see my nieces and nephews getting new quilts soon!

    —Jill on February 24, 2016
  • I have yardage I cut up into strips and make my own jelly rolls ready for my next project.

    —Trudy A on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage definitely dominates my stash. Pre-cuts come in a very close second though.

    —Susan on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash!! I need to get it made into quilts, ASAP and this book would really help!!

    Susan the Farm Quilter on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly yardage BUT scraps and strips are a close second and third! Since my sewing/quilting time has diminished over the last year, I would love to find ways to do something fast and easy. Thank you for a chance to do that!

    —Sue M. on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly assorted yardage but precuts always tempt me.

    —Jo-Anne Cooper on February 24, 2016
  • My fabric always dominates scraps and strips.

    —craftmommy on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage. Lots of yardage. Most I can’t remember why I even bought that fabric, yardage. I would love to make something beautiful with it all so I could buy more fabric!

    —Vikki Wright on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is full of yardage. Would love to use up a lot of it.

    —Hope Mitchner on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage by a nose followed by fat quarters! This book looks like a stash busters dream!

    —Karon on February 24, 2016
  • I have SO much fabric, starts out in yardage,
    soon becomes scraps that are too big to
    throw away. This book/technique seems perfect!

    —Laura on February 24, 2016
  • Lots of scraps from lots of projects. i started putting them in baskets so i could use them, but the baskets overflow. Am very interested in the "spin" part of her technique–I really would love to turn my scraps into beautiful quilts like she showed in the book.

    Carolyn White on February 24, 2016
  • EVERYTHING! My stash is out of control – charms, jelly rolls, fat quarters, yardage and loads of scraps. Needless to say most of the quilts I make are scrappys. Love them and would love this book.

    —D. L. Grzybowski on February 24, 2016
  • Oh wow I have to say yardage and scraps. I get so excited when I buy fabric and love color!

    —Tanya from Oregon on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage with a dash of fat-quarters and a sprinkle of scraps!

    —LaVonne on February 24, 2016
  • I have loads of fabric and not a lot of time to work with it so the ideas in this book sound wonderful. I do a lot of charity quilts for the chemo kids at the local hospital and also family and friends and this would help me get my sash under control.

    Lorene Soderstrom on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is dominated by yardage.

    —Susan on February 24, 2016
  • I have yardage and strips that I would love to have a quick way to use. Most of my quilts are for charity. Thanks

    —Jean Hedberg on February 24, 2016
  • My stash has it all. I have scraps from way back when i sewed for my children and then I have all those beautiful pieces I had to have when I wandered into a shop. Then my mom died and she had been making charity quilts for her church for many years. I gave away 14 bins of fabric to her friend that was continuing this ministry as well as a few more bins to a gal that was making give-away baby quilts. My sisters and I split up another mountain of fabric…which we all wonder why we wanted. Of course, we wanted it because it was our mom’s, but there is just too much. Now I am sorting through and giving chunks and bundles away. I do want to get my stash down to fabrics that I love and will use.

    —Susan LElack on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly scraps & yardage. This book looks like a lot of fun, hope I win 🙂

    —Rose on February 24, 2016
  • I have it all! But mostly yardage and scraps. I hate to throw away scraps and live it when I make a quilt with scraps.

    —Arliene Zeigler on February 24, 2016
  • I have all 3 – strips I’ve cut for years, scraps, and yardage. great ideas in this book to munch through some stash!

    —amy f on February 24, 2016
  • Very nice! I need to do this!

    —Diane Cullum on February 24, 2016
  • WOW! These quilts are lovely. Using up old stash is a plus as well. Yardage dominates my stash.

    —Jackie Lewis on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage by far dominates my stash and my goal this year is to use some of that up so I can buy more!!!

    —Rose Landon on February 24, 2016
  • I buy mostly yardage so that dominates my stash. I love the scrappy look so I often cut strips or pieces from many different fabrics to make a quilt. This book looks like a fun way to combine pieces from my stash.

    —Lisa Marie on February 24, 2016
  • What great looking quilts and great ideas!

    —Mary MacLean on February 24, 2016
  • My down fall are jelly rolls. I have 32 unopened packs. I have used some. lol

    —Julie on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mainly scraps, or remnants less than 1 yard.
    This book looks very useful!

    —Diantha Howard on February 24, 2016
  • Oh my goodness! What a wonderful idea. My mind is spinning with ideas for fabrics to use from my stash. It’s just so much better than letting them stay stacked in my sewing room.

    —Mary Beth McKelvey on February 24, 2016
  • I am fairly new to quilting, but have collected scraps of tiny flowered patterns & tropical prints from thrift shops.Love the quilt with 2 shades of the same print!

    —Alice G. on February 24, 2016
  • Not many strips, but lots of yardage and many scraps. This book could be exactly what I need.

    —Penny on February 24, 2016
  • stash mostly yardage with some scraps. do not like pre-cuts and have managed to use up most of what I had purchased

    —Cindy from Oak Park CA on February 24, 2016
  • I’m new to quilting, so haven’t tried strip. I would love to try THANK YOU.

    —Connie on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is yardage, but probably more 1/4 yards than full yards!

    —Karla on February 24, 2016
  • Love these quilts! Yardage is a big part of my stash,but pre cuts are quickly catching up!

    —Chris on February 24, 2016
  • I must admit that I have all three in my stash…yardage, scraps, and strips. This book looks quite interesting. I would love to learn a way to quickly cut up the yardage to put to use in a quilt.

    —Deborah on February 24, 2016
  • I have everything, yardage, strips, 5″ squares, 6″ squares, fat quarters, and the dreaded UFO projects. Right now I’m working on using my 1930’s stash. Put a minor dent in it.

    —Linda Gidos on February 24, 2016
  • My stash has yardage, fat quarters, strips, scraps and more; yardage probably dominates but the other cuts come close! As with most quilters fabric is a magnet and always calls to you. When traveling I love to find fabric from the places I go and then my quilts can tell extra stories as they are created. I can visualize using up my fabric with the wonderful ideas in this book. Would love to win Sew, Slice, Spin & Sash; very clever creation Theresa. Thanks!

    —Gail Byers on February 24, 2016
  • What a great idea! I mostly have yardage.

    —Mary O. on February 24, 2016
  • My stash dominance is of fat quarters. I do love these Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash quilts so I may have to get more stips.

    —Diana Salmon on February 24, 2016
  • I too have all 3 … but yardage still dominates my stash. I am cutting more of it into strips and squares, and I would LOVE to have this great new book to make more quilts! Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Aggiequilter on February 24, 2016
  • Definitely yardage but also have my share of scraps and strips.

    —Karen Keeler on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is pretty well balanced with both yardage and scraps.

    —Kathryne Perney on February 24, 2016
  • Thanks for asking. Batik fabrics take up more than half of my stash! Would love the book to make some charity quilts.

    —Peggy Gergely on February 24, 2016
  • What a useful tool to have in a quilter’s library. I have lots of yardage and fat quarters, but my pile of jelly rolls and other precuts is growing…..

    —Marie on February 24, 2016
  • Strips, scraps or yardage? I have more than I can use of all three. I would love to win this book for a new way to power through some of my collection.

    —Julie in GA on February 24, 2016
  • I recently had my first experience with strip piecing. I love stripping and have a stash full of ingredients, so I could start making the beautiful quilts in the book right away.

    —Jean McD on February 24, 2016
  • Ine is mostly yardage–and it is in great need of taming!

    —rrjane011749 on February 24, 2016
  • Most of my stash is yardage of about 1 yard pieces. I have a great variety and spend time occasionally cutting it up for Starters and Enders. I think I will start making strips so I can use the new book’s methods!

    —Sherry on February 24, 2016
  • Jelly Rolls. Although I have a good stash of charms!

    —Judi on February 24, 2016
  • Definitely yardage!

    —Tammy on February 24, 2016
  • I am guessing fat quarters dominate my stash.

    —Dawn Hollingsworth on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash, both as good sized pieces and small amounts often leftovers. The quilts shown look great!

    —K Yee on February 24, 2016
  • Love these quilts!!! My stash is a bit of everything. I just can’t seem to get rid of anything that’s wider than 3/4 of an inch! Thanks for the chance to win 🙂
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

    —Debby E on February 24, 2016
  • I have a ton of yardage, and a lot of fat quarters I would love to get rid of by making quick quilts from the book.

    —Fran Claassens on February 24, 2016
  • The best way to describe my stash is dysfunctional. It is a little and a lot of everything. sew, slice, spin and stash is the book for me! My stash has finally met it’s match. I definitely have one or more of ‘those’ fabrics that have been way too pretty to cut. This book will help me with those and so many more ideas swimming in my head.

    —Deborah on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly yardage and the scraps that come when I use the yardage. I just can’t throw good fabric away!! This book seems perfect for using up some of those scraps.

    —Virginia in AK on February 24, 2016
  • Right now, yardage

    —Sandi on February 24, 2016
  • I have all three. I have strips that I have cut from my stash, after taking a Jelly Roll class. I have scraps from other quilting projects, and I have yardage from fabrics on sale. I have been open to learn to make more projects with the strips or using any of the scraps & fabrics in my stash.

    —Nancy Harvey on February 24, 2016
  • Scraps, yardage, fat quarters, strips. I got it all. Tons of scraps I cannot bare to throw away. Looks like a great book.

    —Sheryl Hunt on February 24, 2016
  • All of them!! Love this idea!

    —Doreen Savia on February 24, 2016
  • I have yardage and tons of fat quarters so this book would probably be a great idea for me!

    —Mary on February 24, 2016
  • I would love to win this give away. I love strips and strip quilting. There are so many wonderful ideas in this book, what a great win it would be.

    —CHRISTINA on February 24, 2016
  • I have yardage, oh so much yardage and I seem to have been "collecting" strip rolls by the dozens. This is a book I would wear out, it’s so needed at my house!

    —JoAnne T. on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage dominates now in my sewing room, wish I had this book when I just used up lots of scraps in two scrappy quilt tops.

    —Susan on February 24, 2016
  • I have lots of fat quarters and can strips that would work with the patterns in this book.

    —Becky in Georgia on February 24, 2016
  • Oh my, I have strips, charms of all sizes, fat quarters, half yards, and larger pieces I just love and don’t have a plan on how to use them. This is a great way to show the beautiful fabrics that are hiding in drawers, boxes and tubs. Theresa’s ideas will make quick and beautiful quilts for charities or raffles.

    —Joan Shook on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of yardage and fat quarters, have been collecting jelly rolls and charm packs along the way. The book sound interesting, and has plenty of ideas to help me delete at least some of my stash. We laugh and say I have to live to at least 150 years old just to make a dent in the stash.

    —connie b on February 24, 2016
  • I have LOTS of FABRIC and would love to use them in some of these awesome layouts. This book would be a wonderful addition to my sewing room. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

    —MargeP on February 24, 2016
  • I have scraps from previous sewing projects, and some yardage left from quilting. I can see how this book would help to use up my "stuff". What a great idea to reduce the yardage. I would love to win this book to give me ideas and allow my creatively to come alive with your guidance. Going to start working on charity quilts soon for children, this could really help. Thanks for sharing!!

    —Linda W. on February 24, 2016
  • I have tremendous amounts of fabric yardage, but I use most of it for backing as I use up all my scraps. They have been cut into my own precuts from strips 2″ wide to 6″ wide and from squares 2″ to 6″. This book would be a great help in using all those fabrics!

    —dunlapquilter on February 24, 2016
  • I doubt I’ll get through my fabric stash in my lifetime! I cut strips and blocks of every size when I’ve completed a project and use the remaining ends as strings. I even save the selvages and the tiniest of scraps are tossed into dog beds for our local animal shelter. "Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash" would certainly offer some new and exciting quick ideas.

    —Joyce Johnson on February 24, 2016
  • My quilting buddies refer to my stash as a quilting resource centre. That means that I have a lot of everything, but am willing to share with others as needed. Our quilt guild sews a large number of charity quilts for our local hospital, Ronald McDonald house, Kids with Cancer, Quilts of Valour, and people within our community who are involved in fires, accidents and other personal tragedies. We have much fabric donated to our causes so we are always looking for new patterns to help with this endeavor. This book would be an awesome aid for our group.

    —Ethel Smith on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage is the number one component of my stash, followed closely by scraps. I can’t seem to use up the scraps fast enough. Love Theresa’s use of these and other yardage. I’m thinking about how much fabric I can move out (and then replace) using her quick to assemble designs.

    —Sandy W. on February 24, 2016
  • I have far too many fat quartets, ideal for these great quilts.

    —Teresa on February 24, 2016
  • I have lots of yardage and lots of scraps. Would love to work them down quickly! I will definitely have to get the book!
    Lori

    —Lori on February 24, 2016
  • I have lots of fat quaters and a few jelly rolls

    —Diane Finn on February 24, 2016
  • Four cabinets of yardage, 1 closet – half yardage and half fat quarters and jelly rolls.

    Would love to win this book and get to sewing!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

    —J Neely on February 24, 2016
  • Definitely yardage and novelty fabric; this book offers quick doable combinations. Thanks!

    —Ruth P on February 24, 2016
  • Batiks and children’s prints dominate my stash. I could use these pattern for the charity quilts the I make. It would be perfect!

    —Terry on February 24, 2016
  • My stash consists of a variety of scraps, precuts and yardage. Great ideas in the book for strips.

    —Judy Allen on February 24, 2016
  • Stash busting is always a worthy effort! But I also have another reason for trying this technique. I enjoy doing quilting for charity, be it a raffle quilt or a quilt to donate for those in need, it always makes me feel good. Time, and at times dollars, are the enemies here. This method is certainly a "time buster" and the scrap nature of the pattern can be a "dollar buster" because it takes away the need to buy fill in fabrics that work with your pattern or colors you’re using. Your stash will always hold what you need.
    It would be just awful to have extra charity quilts on hand. Wouldn’t it be a shame if it led to diminishing my stash so much that I need to go buy more fabric? They would be a terrible problems to have:).

    —Nora on February 24, 2016
  • Whoops I left out the main answer – yardage.

    —Nora on February 24, 2016
  • yardage … I’ve a fair-sized stach, but I’ve got a coupla stacks of precuts I’ve been petting, waiting for the perfect patterns. just the thing for this new book of patterns! thanx for the chance to win a copy

    ritainalaska on February 24, 2016
  • I have yardage. I find that having at least a half a yard, but usually a yard, allows me to have enough for a project. Smaller pieces end up in scrap quilts or bee blocks only. However, I never turn down a colorful scrap!

    Summer on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is dominated by yardage under 1/2 yard and scraps. I’d love to try Theresa’s techniques to make a major dent in my stash (so I can start adding to it again, of course).

    —Linda Webster on February 24, 2016
  • I think I have mainly fat quarters but there are a lot of precuts in there, too. This book looks perfect to help me whittle down some of that stash!

    —Allison Evrard on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage is the big winner, followed by FQs and scraps. This book would be wonderful to help make a dent in the stash.

    —Marsha T on February 24, 2016
  • I have shelf after shelf of yardage, some of which was purchased many years ago. Now, just to update with the times I’ve added some really tempting strips so now all I have to do is win this great-sounding book, please.

    —Norma Weeks on February 24, 2016
  • This certainly would put a dent in my huge stash. Need to try these patterns.

    —Marlene on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage but I do have some pre-cuts.

    —MoeWest on February 24, 2016
  • MOst of my stash is yardage. The book looks great and easy! Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

    —Lynn on February 24, 2016
  • All of the above—our fabric dominates us in every way….need the book soon! Help.

    —Marlene on February 24, 2016
  • I have a stash of fat quarters and yardage. My scraps are slowly trying to take over!

    —Sherill V on February 24, 2016
  • After moaning about too much left over from my ‘learning to quilt’ making classes, I was at a loss what to do with my stash. NOW I KNOW!!!

    —Mary Williams on February 24, 2016
  • My stash has mostly yardage, fat quarters, and scraps from the yardage. I also have some other scrap boxes that I don’t know what’s in them since my mom gave them to me and I haven’t gone through them….yet.
    This book would help me work my way through some of them!

    —Kathie on February 24, 2016
  • Have mainly yardage, but also a basket of sorted strips on the side.

    —Rivka Hamdani on February 24, 2016
  • Sounds too good to be true. But I am willing to try it.

    —Mary on February 24, 2016
  • I have a fairly large bag of scraps, a few strips, and a lot of small to middling pieces of fabric that are sorted by color.

    —Susan on February 24, 2016
  • I have lots of remnants which we received for free in a sample book from a local fabric store

    —Claire Ross on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage – tons of it!!! Just need the books to slice and dice it!

    —Allison CB on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage and fat quarters dominate my stash. Thank you, this article was very inspiring. My stash should be afraid!

    —Georgina on February 24, 2016
  • The domination in my stash is scraps which I recently cut into strips to use to make crazy patch blocks. I am always glad to learn a new way to use scraps.

    —JaniceCarole Allen on February 24, 2016
  • yardage, fat quarters and scraps

    —Lori S on February 24, 2016
  • All of the above. Yardage keeps growing. In the past I’ve run out of something I loved, so I tend to buy extra when I really like the fabric.

    —Susan on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash.

    —Mary Ann on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of fat quarters and charm packs. Both would work with these patterns.

    Lore Stanley on February 24, 2016
  • I have all yardage and a majority has a theme like birds flowers etc

    —Valerie Thompson on February 24, 2016
  • I have mostly yardage in my stash and lots of scraps. Not many precuts. I enjoy cutting. Great book idea!

    —Kay on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage and strips for sure. Have a few Jelly rolls here too and this book would be a great help to use them up!

    —amy on February 24, 2016
  • 2 1/2″ strips/jelly rolls. I love to look at them but
    hate to cut them up and use them

    —Judy Conrad on February 24, 2016
  • The majority of my stash is yardage and fat quarters. I have to confess that the stash includes an amply supply of precuts and scraps, too.

    —marlene on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is mainly scraps and fat quarters.

    —Joan H. on February 24, 2016
  • I mostly have yardage – but short pieces so this would be perfect!

    —Carol Vickers on February 24, 2016
  • I have 2 walls of yardage which is overwhelming me, and am looking for fun, creative ways to use it for charity quilts. I also have a bunch of scraps, and I have recently started buying some precuts, for which I am waiting to find the ‘right’ pattern! These look very fun, and may fulfill several of these ‘dilemmas’! Thanks for your ideas, and if I win the book, it will be well used!

    —Kathy in IN on February 24, 2016
  • Strips, scraps or yardage? All of these! I NEED this book!

    —Nell on February 24, 2016
  • The largest part of my stash is yardage with strips, layer cakes and charm packs. I’ve never met a pre-cut or cotton fabric that I couldn’t find some way to like/love.

    —Deborah Whaley on February 24, 2016
  • I have been taking a scrap class for the last 2 months so I have strips and squares. My husband asked how come my scraps seem to be growing after the classes:)

    —Mary on February 24, 2016
  • Love these ideas! Thanks for the tips. I have mostly yardage and really could make many quilts like this with all of it!

    —Nancy on February 24, 2016
  • What cool ideas! I have strips and scraps, but what dominates my stash is definitely yardage. Theresa has given me ideas for myself as well as making charity quilts. Thanks!

    —Marie Chat on February 24, 2016
  • I have a wide variety of fabrics in my stash. Lots of fat quarters.

    —Theresa on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of remnants of fabric left over from quilts I have made. They are too big to toss but not enough yardage to make a big quilt. So it would be great to use up those scraps.

    —C. Kowalsky on February 24, 2016
  • my stash is full of one yard fabrics and many scraps from quilts that I have made. This would be a great book to have to rid my stash of its bulk.

    —Linda on February 24, 2016
  • Wow Just love this idea. I have so many peices of material that I have that this method would truly suit.

    —Ros H on February 24, 2016
  • Oh forgot I mostly have fat quarters and yardage

    —Ros H on February 24, 2016
  • Fat quarters!!

    —Jenny Clouse on February 24, 2016
  • We recently made a move and realized how much stash I had YIKES, this would be a great asset for me! Thanks for the inspiration.

    —Dawn S on February 24, 2016
  • What a clever idea and a wonderful pattern! I have lots of fat quarters, yardage and scraps. I’m always looking for ways to make a dent in my stash.

    Great giveaway! Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

    —usairdoll on February 24, 2016
  • Mine is just scraps now since I’m just learning to quilt. The book looks wonderful and would love to try one of them.

    —Sheila B. on February 24, 2016
  • i have very little stash…. but the stash that i have is mainly scraps left over from fat quarters & yardage that i have used for other projects. love the ideas of how to use scraps, i make handbags & makeup bags out of them as gifts.

    —Suzanne Keal on February 24, 2016
  • I seem to have lots of fat quarters. I could definitely see some options with the patterns in this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Loide on February 24, 2016
  • Far and away….scraps. I’m afraid to toss them but don’t really know what to do with them.

    —Janet on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is full of everything. I have scraps, fat quarters, kits, and yardage. Would love to win this book!

    —Claudia B on February 24, 2016
  • As a garment sewer and a quilter, I have a whole lot of all the categories mentioned. Trust me, I could use the "Sew, Slice, Spin, and Sash" book to help me put a dent in my fabric "collection". 🙂

    —Sharon on February 24, 2016
  • I have fat quarters and yardage. Just recently started getting jelly rolls and these patterns look like I could use any and all of my stash on them!

    —Pat Riley on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is a mixed bag– but I think pre-cuts are winning!

    —Robin M on February 24, 2016
  • I have a lot of yardage but have been cutting my scraps into strips. I could use this technique to whittle down the strip pile I have. This would make a great quilt for Project Linus.

    —Beth on February 24, 2016
  • I have way more yardage than strips & Scraps, but use it to make strips & scraps, and would love to have this book.

    —Earlene Nelson on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage, Yardage, and more Yardage! I had to stop buying fabrics on account of and because I ran out of storage space.

    I would love to own this wonderful book.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    —Valerie Clark on February 24, 2016
  • Half and half, especially after following Bonnie Hunter!!! Those scraps have really come on handy, just cut a queen size from them-waste not want not.

    —Melody Lutz on February 24, 2016
  • I have renamed my sewing room the rabbit hutch. Yardage, too much; strips, too many; scraps, overwhelming. I’m positive that every time I close the door on that room all that fabric is busy *making babies* because, I know I never did buy all that fabric! Sure could use Theresa’s book to help reclaim my sewing room from all those *bunnies*!

    —debbie on February 24, 2016
  • I’ve got lots of yardage, fat quarters and scraps.

    —Karen A on February 24, 2016
  • I have become a jelly roll addict. Just have not put them into that special project yet. All my jelly rolls work together so I will have an amazing variety
    sew peacefully

    —Debra Mack on February 24, 2016
  • I’ve only been quilting for a year, so right now it’s scraps galore!!! I inherited a small amount of my Mom’s stash, but when I started making a "Grandmother’s Flower Garden", my quilting buddies started giving me their scraps! I’m lovin’ it!!!!

    —Cynthia Wilbanks on February 24, 2016
  • Scraps, scraps, and more scraps are in my stash! I just don’t get around to using my scraps. They seem to multiply while I sleep.

    —Kathy on February 24, 2016
  • What a great Book! I have more scraps probably…but yardage runs close Second!! giggle… Would love to have this book! Thanks for sharing the article & for chance to win your Give-a-way too! 🙂

    —Lori Morton on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash, but I shy away from buying fat quarters because I frequently make things that require more than fat quarters, such as jackets or other creative uses for quilts. The first time I opened this file, the pictures didn’t load and I envisioned something quite different based on the description than the way these quilts turn out.

    —Alice on February 24, 2016
  • YARDAGE: I always purchase a yard or two of fabric I like… then don’t get some of them used because they don’t fit with a theme fabric for a gift quilt.

    —Marty on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is by far dominated by yardage….but I’m ready to start slicing that yardage up into strips….I would LOVE to win this book…thank you for the chance to win.

    —Kathy Upton on February 24, 2016
  • yardage

    —Whiskers on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage

    —Debbie Chenoweth on February 24, 2016
  • Oh yeah, FAT quarters and some yardage and strips; I want to try something from her book.
    Cheers

    —Carol on February 24, 2016
  • Being a fabric collector, yardage mostly followed closely with fat quarters. I do save my scraps, you never know when you need them…lol.
    Your technique looks very interesting, so will buy the book. Thanks from Nixa, MO

    —Jo Ann on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage!

    —Cindy on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is almost entirely yardage. The two jelly rolls were a present and a win!

    —Gloria on February 24, 2016
  • I have more yardage than strips or scraps. But I do have plenty of scraps,some of my scraps I have cut into strips. I love scrappy Quilts.
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    —Doris McCarty on February 24, 2016
  • I would say yardage but I love strips. They are so much fun to work with.

    —Chris on February 24, 2016
  • Would love to win this book. It looks so interesting and an excellent way to use stash!

    —Lois on February 24, 2016
  • Lots of yardage and scraps inherited from my grandmother. Trying to find ways to use it. This technique will help!

    —Rebecca Ezard on February 24, 2016
  • I love fabric, I love to touch it. I would say I have a ton of yardage.

    —Becky on February 24, 2016
  • I save all my scraps. But have a lot of yardage as well. You can never have to many ideas to use it up. Would love to win this book. Good luck to everyone that enters.

    —Cathy Rockwell on February 24, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash–enough for at least two lifetimes!

    —Marjory W on February 24, 2016
  • I have quite alot of fat quarters, many strips and some yardage! I really like the looks of these quilts and am excited to put this technique to use!

    —Kim V on February 24, 2016
  • I have lots of everything.

    —Virginia Over on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is filled with fat quarters. I am addicted.

    —Shari Klyn on February 24, 2016
  • Lots of yardage and scraps dominate my stash- this book gives a lot of great ideas.

    carol on February 24, 2016
  • By far by general stash is the bulk of my fabric but I do have a number of drawers filled with scraps by color. I need to turn these into good looking charity quilts!

    —Pam Reim on February 24, 2016
  • Scraps, I have collected pieces from other peoples left overs at yard sales for years, but have a few nice yards that would work well like the Cardinals quilt

    —ELIZAJANE on February 24, 2016
  • My stash is a combination of all three: strips, yardage and scraps. I can’t bear to toss any of it!! I need this book!

    —Christine Murray on February 24, 2016
  • For me I would say yardage first and then strips to follow. I am so addicted to fabric!!

    —Christie on February 24, 2016
  • My fabric are cut into strips,squares and lots of scraps . I enjoy using scraps as no one else can make the same quilt. I also have charms, jelly rolls fat quarters etc. So I would be overjoyed to win "Sew Slice Spin & Stash". Thank you for a chance to win . Happy Quilting 🙂

    —Sheila Ivany on February 24, 2016
  • My STASH dominates my stash!! After 36 years of being a "hunter/gatherer" of fabric and following Bonnie Hunter, Joan Ford & Jenny Doan, I have a bunch of EVERYTHING!! PreCuts, plastic shoe boxes of strips, squares, rectangles, FQ’s, yardage….you name it and it lines my walls for insulation!! (or so I tell everyone!)

    —Candy on February 24, 2016
  • Sadly, my stash is mostly precuts and scraps…but now I’m getting more ideas of how to use them up! Thanks! And thanx for the opportunity to win a copy of the book…it looks terrific!

    —Diane D on February 24, 2016
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  • I have lots of scraps that I’ve cut into strips of various widths (Bonnie Hunter method) so this book would be very helpful. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    —Sandy N on February 25, 2016
  • My fabric stash is dominated by yardage. From fat quarters to a couple of yards

    —Lynnette Lamance on February 25, 2016
  • My stash is mostly fat quarters and scraps.

    —Janet G. on February 25, 2016
  • I still have more yardage than scraps or strips, but as I finish a project I am converting the leftovers to strips so this book would keep my momentum going – besides a free book leaves more money for more fabric!

    —Susan on February 25, 2016
  • My stash has all of the above: yardage, strips, and ‘controlled’ scraps! By that, I mean I have cut my scraps into various sized squares! It makes it easy to grab any of these pieces to use in a project! 🙂

    —Marcia on February 25, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash! I love the Brights quilt …so vibrant!!

    —Judy S. on February 25, 2016
  • Wow it looks like we all love our fabrics. I to have pre cuts yardage and even kits of fabric …. my goal this year is only buy a fabric to finish a project otherwise it comes from my scraps and stash.
    In stitches

    —A Schultz on February 25, 2016
  • My stash is mainly fat quarters with remnants from projects. The last couple of quilting retreats that my two daughters and I have been on we have done a different jelly roll race quilt. So the quilts in the book would be nice to add and try at retreats.

    —Janice Devulapalli on February 25, 2016
  • Oh my all your quilts are just awesome. I have a lot of half yard pieces that I would love to use up this way. Great book!

    —Rebecca H on February 25, 2016
  • My stash is split about half precuts and half yardage that is mostly 1 yard or less. Just a couple of cuts over 2 yards – but they are for planned projects so I don’t consider them "stash".

    Now you can see how to reduce the appearance of your fabric collection, just say, "Oh, that’s not stash, it is for a specific quilt."

    —Linda Collum on February 25, 2016
  • I really need this book so I can move some of my fabric. I think these patterns will make lovely charity quilts. I would like a couple also of my favorite fabs!!

    Vicki Sue O'Neill on February 25, 2016
  • Yardage with a growing pile of scraps

    —Dwana Zahn on February 25, 2016
  • I have a ton of yardage (sales are my downfall!), and very few fat quarters (maybe half a dozen, total). This looks like a great technique!

    —Dana on February 25, 2016
  • I have yardage, fat quarters, strips I’ve cut and had leftover, and scraps from decorating and clothing projects.

    betty nelson on February 25, 2016
  • Yardage – specifically 1 and 1/2 yard pieces. This would be a great way to utilize these fabrics and create something beautiful and functional!

    —Carina on February 25, 2016
  • I seem to be a collector of fabric with no idea what to do with it. "One day I will find a place for it" is my go to answer when I walk in the door with yet another stash of fabric I can’t resist. I an new to quilting but already have fabric to one day make at least two dozen quilts! I just hear that fabric call my name when I walk by😊

    Judith grant on February 25, 2016
  • I’m accumulating quite a bit of yardage in fat quarters and half metres. I also have a few charm squares and a couple of layer cakes. This technique looks like a lot of fun!

    —Suzanne on February 25, 2016
  • I love Jelly Rolls, but the majority of my stash is yardage. Why buy a fat quarter when you could buy a yard. Oh, too little left on the bolt for a remnant? 50% off you say? Sure, I’ll take the whole bolt.

    —Pat Kingsley on February 25, 2016
  • These are some beautiful quilts! My stash is largely made up of yardage.

    —B J Kinney on February 25, 2016
  • There is more yardage in my stash, but I have a few jelly rolls and precuts. It’s all fun and good, right. It’s nice to have a quick quilt idea and this new book looks like just the ticket!

    —Susan Stanton on February 25, 2016
  • I love the many variations shown for this quilt. Love it! I mostly have yardage, but am growing my pile of scraps.

    —Vicky on February 25, 2016
  • I have Batiks, prints and solids mostly yardage that I have picked up at yard sales, Estate sales and thrift stores.

    —Barbara on February 25, 2016
  • This sounds like a real intriguing winner. I have "quite a stash", with an assortment of stripes, black n whites, some old pieces I treasure but find it hard to make decision of how to use it. Sounds like this book could be a real treasure to whittle down the stash!

    —Betty on February 25, 2016
  • scraps then yardage then two boxes of strips!

    —Tonie Peterson on February 25, 2016
  • My stash is LOTS of fat quarters and yardage. I would love to try this with some yardage I have that I haven’t a clue why I bought so many years ago. I need some quick patterns to use up some fabric! This book looks like it has the patterns!

    —Jane W. on February 25, 2016
  • My stash is mostly scraps and yardage. I have been trying to figure out a good way to organize and I am totally frustrated. Nothing I try seems to work. My newest organization effort is by color, small scraps, strips, yardage – whatever. Seems to be working for me right now. Yeah!!

    —Sharon Davis on February 25, 2016
  • I have a mix of flat pieces and pre cuts. This is a unique idea.

    elr on February 25, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my (and my mom’s) stash! She makes a lot of quilts for charity and my family and this would be the perfect book for her! Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Paige on February 25, 2016
  • I have a huge stash of yardage! Boy, would I like to take it down a notch so that I can start accumulating more!!

    —Linda Taylor on February 25, 2016
  • Mostly yardage, but some scraps, some jelly rolls charm squares, fat quarters. Some of everything!

    —Kathy on February 25, 2016
  • Lots of yardage, but next up would be layer cakes

    —Amy on February 25, 2016
  • Mostly fat quarters, at this point.

    —Karen on February 25, 2016
  • I have a larger collection of fabric than pre-cuts. I have just started using them.

    —Barbara on February 25, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage.

    —Teresa B on February 25, 2016
  • My stash consists of mainly yardage. I have started to collect charm packs but realised that I cannot pre-wash charm squares whereas I can pre-wash yardage. So I still prefer yardage. Also, I can convert (cut) yardage to charm square size or jelly roll size. So versatile.
    Sandra

    Sandra on February 25, 2016
  • My stash is a hodge podge of yardage, fat quarters, pre-cuts, scraps, jelly rolls and scraps. You name it, I have it. Would love to try this technique to help get rid of some of these fabrics.

    —Pat D on February 26, 2016
  • Most of my stash is scraps donated to me from friends and relatives after they made clothes from the majority of the fabric. The book looks like a great way to get rid of the mix-mash of patterns and colors!

    —Jan on February 26, 2016
  • I have a majority of scraps of this & that in my stash.

    —Rosalind Gutierrez on February 26, 2016
  • My stash right now is mostly yardage. Since I work full time, this is a great technique to get quilts done fast when I need them for a gift and to use as practice on my new longarm.

    —Ayn on February 26, 2016
  • seems I always buy jelly rolls/strips and then dont know what to do with them!

    —marian allen on February 26, 2016
  • I have fat quarters galore and keep saying that I will use them one day. Also have lots of small yardage,a few jelly rolls and layer cakes. I could really use some help and this book would be the answer.

    —Mary Burn on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage for sure, but I have a LOT of scraps…tubs and tubs!

    —Rosalie on February 26, 2016
  • I have several large tubs of scraps, strips, orphan fat quarters, etc. Like everyone else, I need help and ideas for reducing this "stash".

    Thanks for the opportunity to win this new book.

    —Lillian K on February 26, 2016
  • Scraps are taking over my stash. I like modern quilts, not traditional scrappy quilts. But, I hate to throw away the scraps of fabric that I love. This seems to me to be the perfect solution!

    —cj on February 26, 2016
  • My yardage has spilled over from a closet designed with shelves for storage to a book case and then to a table adjacent to one of my sewing machines. Then the jelly rolls started!
    Help!

    —Carol Kornfeld on February 26, 2016
  • Most of my fabric stash is yardage. I need to get busier using it.

    —Donna on February 26, 2016
  • I have a lot of strips and yardage. The quilts shown as samples look terrific and the book looks fascinating. Just what I need to get some of my stash under control!!

    —Laura on February 26, 2016
  • I have tons of scraps that I am cutting into strips. Theresa’s book has so many great ideas that I would love to have a copy!

    —Barbaraben on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage and scraps. Love the quilts made from this book.

    —Dar on February 26, 2016
  • Mainly fat quarters, but also some charm packs, jelly rolls and layer cakes.

    —Mary on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash, could make lots of these quilts!!!!

    —Kathy Reed on February 26, 2016
  • I have everything–but mostly scraps and small amounts. I do have jelly rolls too!

    —Vivian L. on February 26, 2016
  • I have been purchasing 2.5″ strips for years now, time to start sewing them into these good looking quilts. Have family members that would like a quilt from their Aunt and this would be a good way to make that happen.

    —Rebecca Trevino on February 26, 2016
  • Definitely scraps.

    —Joye on February 26, 2016
  • I have lots of strips and yardage in patriotic colors that we make Quilts of Valor with. These patterns would be perfect!

    —Mary Ann on February 26, 2016
  • These ideas are perfect to use up a jelly rolls in my stash or to even cut my scraps into strips and use them. I think this book would be very helpful. Thank you for an opportunity to win one.

    —Barbara on February 26, 2016
  • OOooo I wanna win! 🙂 I have mostly yardage. Some isn’t so pretty. lol

    —Christina in FL on February 26, 2016
  • My stash isn’t big, but it is dominated by fat quarters. I love fats!

    —Evie H on February 26, 2016
  • I have quite a bit of yardage. This book would help to use up fabric I am not fond of anymore or changed my mind about the intended use.

    —Tina on February 26, 2016
  • My stash is largely yardage, which grew when my local fabric store had a going out of business sale.

    —Linda Haan on February 26, 2016
  • Gosh I have all three, yardage, scraps and strips. This looks like a very interesting way to use up some of my stash. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    —Cindy Schultz on February 26, 2016
  • I have everything! I see a jelly roll that I can’t live without and buy it! Or yardage! Squirrel! You can tell by my stash that I can’t focus on one thing! I think this book would help put a dent in the stash!

    —Danette Roundy on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage and left overs(scraps) dominate my stash.

    —Jeannette Bessler on February 26, 2016
  • Definitely yardage as I have been collecting for years. Recently I switched to precuts as they look so nice in my sewing room. I would love this book to help with my stash overload.

    —Mary on February 26, 2016
  • Scraps and yardage dominate…the plan is ASAP to cut down as much as possible into 2 1/2″ strips, THEN… 🙂

    —Carol K on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage and scraps — my stash seems to increase when I’m not
    looking. I could really use this book and would love to have
    it.

    —Dorothy M on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage of red, white, and blue fabric is the bane of my existence (and the majority of my stash), I make patriotic quilts for veterans, so easy quick quilts to use it up is exactly what I need!

    —Jade on February 26, 2016
  • I have all 3 categories. I have a file cabinet drawer full of different sized pre cut triangles and strips, squares to be used up. I’m preparing to move to a condo- so have to reduce the size of my "stash".:) I quilt with a group of girls who make quilts for charities in our county and we’re always looking for patterns or ideas to make simple quilts quickly.

    —Marilyn Keillor on February 26, 2016
  • Cat fabric is my downfall so I love the cat quilt. I also have yardage and pre cuts.

    —carol on February 26, 2016
  • I have a little, or actually a lot, of a wide variety of fabric. My husband kept asking me if he needed to reinforce the ceiling in the room under my studio!!!

    —kathy b on February 26, 2016
  • Mostly yardage and scraps in my stash. And, I need to use it up. Then, of course, I would have a reason to buy more. But, who needs a reason to buy more.

    —Donna W on February 26, 2016
  • Primarily yardage, followed by scraps and more scraps and more… I also have a few precuts. I can’t wait to go make some of these quilts to watch the stash go down and the charity pile go up. I’d cross my fingers to win this book, but it is hard to sew/quilt that way!

    Paula Hedges on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage

    —Lanetta on February 26, 2016
  • Mostly yardage, but some precuts, too.

    —EJ on February 26, 2016
  • I really enjoy the Jelly rows sewing. It is quick and enjoyable for a person learning to quilt.
    What a wonderful variety of quilts came form your creativity and lessened the stash.
    Thank you,
    Judy

    Judy Tournillon on February 26, 2016
  • My stash is in yardage. This sounds like a perfect way to use it up.

    —mary nett on February 26, 2016
  • I have mostly scraps, but every other year, I spend months cutting them into usable sizes, squares and strips. Now I have a use for those larger pieces that dont necessarily have enough for a whole coordinated quilt!

    —Madeline on February 26, 2016
  • Strips dominate hands down. I am a sucker for a jelly roll. I buy them without even having a plan beforehand.

    —Annette Jones on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage and scraps.

    —Renee Welton on February 26, 2016
  • Scraps dominate my stash, but they have to be at least 2 1/2″ square or else I don’t use them, they just become clutter.

    —Sally H. on February 26, 2016
  • I tend to buy fat quarters so I can use them in numerous ways.

    —Lynn Bohlmann on February 26, 2016
  • I have everything in my stash! I don’t like to throw much away — I am even a trash collector – if I see fabric in the trash after a class that I like I will take it! I try to cut it up into strips – mostly 1.5, 2, 2.5 and 3. And of course I have pre-made jelly rolls and charm packs. Thanks for the chance to win the book-I will definitely be using my stash on these quilts!

    —Suzanne on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage and scraps have taken over! This book is a great inspiration for cutting some if it in to strips.

    —cegnfred on February 26, 2016
  • I’ve got all manner of pieces but mostly scraps and fat quarters, some yardage.

    —Carol on February 26, 2016
  • Theresa’s book is genius! Her ideas will work with any fabrics. My stash is mostly yardage, but in recent years I’ve added some jelly rolls and charm packs and several fat quarters, too.

    —JLouise on February 26, 2016
  • I’m fairly new to this and have a relatively small stash of mostly fat quarters and scrap bag odd-size pieces.

    —bookboxer on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage and fat quarters are bursting off the shelves and spilling out of the drawers! We won’t mention the scraps that are pooling on the floor next to an overflowing basket.

    —Cindy on February 26, 2016
  • Would make a great community support quilt or a project Linus quilt!

    —barbara on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage, scraps and selvedges! They keep growing.

    —Cheri on February 26, 2016
  • In my fabric stash, I have all three; strips, scraps and yardage, with fat quarters thrown in. I have to buy fat quarters when I go to the local fabric store; thinking I’ll use them later.

    Brenda on February 26, 2016
  • I have a habit of buying fabrics that I love and then not knowing what to make with them! This book would help me use those great fabrics!

    —YvonneJ on February 26, 2016
  • I have a small stash. It is divided between fat quarters and strips mostly, with some charm charm squares and a little bit of yardage. I have little to none scraps.

    —Darrell on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash, and I need to use some of it up! What a great concept.

    —Nancy N on February 26, 2016
  • I have some of everything, but probably mostly fat quarters and yardage.

    —Stephanie on February 26, 2016
  • yardage is my main stash

    —Laura Wernet on February 26, 2016
  • I think I have everything. I have an antique china cabinet full of FQ plus I have a book case full of yardage. Now that I really think about it, I seem to also have FQ stashed in other places here in my sewing room, and I have containers that are over flowing with scraps. But this year i AM going to work on UFOs and try to reduce my stash.

    —Nancy A on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage definitely dominates my stash! These quilts tho give me lots of ideas for quilts to make with it. =)

    Moira on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage!

    —Gwendolyn Clark on February 26, 2016
  • My stash is dominated by yardage but also includes a fair amount of precuts. Sounds like a perfect recipe for this method. Oh wow, just thought of the perfect fabric combination to use; some sport prints for my grandson that I don’t want to cut into small pieces. Thx Theresa!

    —Gail on February 26, 2016
  • My stash is mostly scraps with some yardage.

    —Judith Martinez on February 26, 2016
  • Mostly yardage and fat quarters! But I also have a LOT of scraps. This would be wonderful! Thank you!!!!

    —Mary Chasey on February 26, 2016
  • My stash is mostly yardage. Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Kelly on February 26, 2016
  • This is a fantastic idea! Surely it will help me make some space for more yardage–I can’t wait to get started!

    —Sharon Morrow on February 26, 2016
  • I’d say FQs and small yardage pieces dominate my stash. I like this idea so much better than the regular jelly roll race, which is boring, in my opinion, and takes longer than she’s talking about here. I did one late last year and then just cut it into three pieces for baby quilts because it was disappointingly dull. This sounds much better! Thanks for the chance to win.

    Susan on February 26, 2016
  • Great ideas for using the "leftover."

    —Mary Ann on February 26, 2016
  • Scraps, scraps, and more scraps! Looks like a great book!

    —Barb on February 26, 2016
  • My stash is mostly scraps and fat quarters. I’m a scrappy kind of girl.

    —Karen on February 26, 2016
  • I have lots of yardsge as well as many fat quarters. I also have several tubs of strips I have cut myself plus a few purchased precuts. I love the quilts in the book.

    —JoAnn on February 26, 2016
  • Most of my fabric is yardage – and there are lots of them. I like the look of these quilts.

    —Kathleen T on February 26, 2016
  • My stash definitely is mostly yardage, but I have a lot of scraps and some precuts – fat quarters & jelly rolls. Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful book.

    —Kathy C on February 26, 2016
  • Probably an equal amount of yardage and scraps

    —Carmen N on February 26, 2016
  • Yardage dominates my stash at the moment though I do have some precuts

    —Tac on February 26, 2016
  • In my stash, yardage dominates because I like to use unusual shapes and sizes.

    —Mimi F. on February 27, 2016
  • My stash consists of a lot of everything but mostly arrange abs dat quarters I just had to have . I love making baby quilts.
    Currently I purchased a lot of Hawaain fabric. I am addicted to beautiful fabric and books.
    I need to get this addiction under control and use what I have . Your book looks like it will certainly help. I thank you for the chance to win it.

    Patty

    —Patty Bertrand on February 27, 2016
  • I am working on my purple stash. I must love purple for I have made over ten quilts with purple and just made four table runners this week in Easter theme. I have been playing with how I can use up all the short ends and odd strips. Maybe one from this book will be just the answer to say goodbye to purple.

    —Linda Christianson on February 27, 2016
  • Now to get busy and sew, then quilt. I like to make tops, but am slow to get them quilted.
    Thanks for ideas

    —nancy in IN on February 27, 2016
  • I have a lot of fat quarters and strips. I also save large size scraps.And I will buy a yard or two of a fabric I really like then decide later what to do with it.
    I occassionally purchase a jelly roll or charm pack.

    —Betty Domal on February 27, 2016
  • I have a wonderful stash of yardage. If a pattern strikes inspiration then I tend to invest in a few yards to get started. Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Alesha K on February 27, 2016
  • Mostly yardage for me. I would love to win this book! Many thanks~

    —Linda S. on February 27, 2016
  • I started my stash collection with fat quarters, but realized as I really got into quilting that I could use bigger cuts. So now my stash is mostly yardage.

    —Joyce O. on February 27, 2016
  • Scraps with lots of yardage too. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    —Renea on February 27, 2016
  • My stash is mainly yardage, but I do have some jelly rolls. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    —Bonnie on February 27, 2016
  • My stash is a hodge-podge of everything from mini charm packs to yardage! I love it all!

    —Anita Sharp on February 28, 2016
  • Looks like a stashbusting good book!

    Paige @ Quilted Blooms on February 28, 2016
  • Yardage – mostly fat quarters, but also lots of scraps too.

    —Ann on February 28, 2016
  • I don’t have any pre-cuts because I love to CUT. A lot of my stash is yardage that was given to me, but I also buy a lot of yardage. Let’s quilt!!

    —Karen Friederich on February 28, 2016
  • Yardage and scraps

    —Bea on February 28, 2016
  • Would love the book so I could learn ideas on using up my 50+ years of saving materials.

    —Sue on February 29, 2016
  • I have a lot of all of them, but I think the most are scraps.

    —Kathy on February 29, 2016
  • floral is my favorite

    —apple blossom on February 29, 2016
  • By far yardage. I started quilting long before fat quarters and pre cuts became popular. This book would help me to use up the fabrics I can’t bear to part with.

    —Barbara Kerns on February 29, 2016
  • Well, yardage and strips of all sixes are about equal. If I like the material will buy 3 yards so will have enough for sashing a quilt, also the strips are leftovers from trimming quilts. Love to do strippies and need new ideas,. This book would fit the bill.

    —Shirley on March 1, 2016
  • There is no rhyme nor reason to my stash! If it’s pretty, it’s all mine!

    —Cindy M on March 2, 2016
  • Yardage from border sized lengths to fat quarters fills my stash. Never started collecting jelly rolls, but my scrap bin is growing!

    —Linda Towers on March 4, 2016
  • I have enough yardage to open my own quilt shop, about 20 drawers of fat quarters and several drawers of jelly rolls and small fat quarter bundles. I would need to live to be at least 150 to even put a dent in my stash, but I love it.

    —connie b on March 4, 2016
  • I rarely buy a book so quickly! I had to have it. What brilliance!!! I am really going to bust my stash.
    I cut up leftover fabric into strips for scrap quilts but these are so much more organized.My granddaughter just made her first large quilt at 12. She cut all the fabric. She will love this book! Thanks you.

    Linda C on March 9, 2016
  • Have always cut from fat quarters, going to do some strippy quilts with precuts, love the color coordinations and perfectly cut strips.

    —Katy L on March 11, 2016
  • Definately metres . ( yardage … I am old enough to remember what a yard is here in Australia)

    —Ondrea on March 12, 2016
  • I’m guilty of having an abundance of a variety of cuts of fabric, I get drawn in by colour. I really would like to wittle it down. Thanks for the opportunity.

    —sandi kelly on March 12, 2016
  • I have a stash of yardage I like to cut into jelly rolls so I have rolls ready when my creativity hits me

    —Trudy A on March 17, 2016
  • Was so intrigued with fat quarters when I first started quilting. I would have lots of strips to make into quilts with the ideas here.

    —Lynne on March 18, 2016
  • Mostly yardage if fat quarters count. A fair amount of scraps and almost no jelly rolls. I like to choose my own fabrics to use together. Even if I buy a kit, I always change something!

    —Linda Towers on March 20, 2016

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