Top tips for precut fabrics + Moda giveaway

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Would you rather be cutting or sewing? If you instantly shouted out “sewing,” you’re in good company. You and your like-minded quilting buddies are the reason precut fabrics are so popular. But even if you do enjoy wielding a rotary cutter, there are times when you want to make a quilt quickly. That’s when precut fabrics come to the rescue.

For those of you new to quilting (and wondering, just what is a fat quarter, anyway?), we’ve got definitions of common precut fabrics below. For quilters both new and experienced, you’ll also find answers to vexing precut questions. Such as, do I need to trim the edges off a pinked fabric? Then come inspiring photos showing how you can make Jelly Roll fabrics and other precuts into pretty quilts. For all our definitions, dimensions, and tips on successfully working with precuts, we turned to Jelly Babies, a darling collection of Jelly Roll baby quilts.

Moda fabric giveaway: Jelly Roll, Charm Pack and Fat QuartersGiveaway alert! What’s better than precut fabrics? Brand-new precuts from Moda, designed by some of your favorite quiltmakers. Barbara Groves and Mary Jacobsen of Me and My Sister Designs created the cheerful Good Morning line, and American Jane designed the whimsical ABC 123. Our friends at Moda sent us two ABC 123 fat-quarter bundles to give away to you! And it gets even better. Me and My Sister Designs graciously contributed one Jelly Roll and five charm packs of their Good Morning fabric. That’s EIGHT sets of Moda fabric to give away! To learn how to enter the giveaway, see the end of this post.

Precut Quilting Fabrics Defined
How big is a charm square? What size is a fat quarter? Read on to find definitions and dimensions for common precut fabrics.

Charm square: A standard charm square measures 5″ x 5″ and a mini charm square measures 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″. You can often find charm packs that include every print from a particular fabric line, as with the packs shown here.

ABC charm squares Good Morning charm squares

Fat eighth: The same amount of fabric you’d get in a standard eighth-yard cut, but in more user-friendly proportions. You can get two 9″ x 21″ fat eighths from a quarter-yard cut of 42″-wide fabric or two 11″ x 18″ fat eighths from a fat quarter. Fat quarters can be purchased individually or in bundles of various numbers.

fat eighths

Fat quarter: The same amount of fabric you’d get in a standard quarter-yard cut, but in more user-friendly proportions. A half-yard cut of fabric will yield two fat quarters, each measuring approximately 18″ x 21″. Fat quarters can be purchased individually or in bundles of various numbers, from four coordinating fat quarters to 35 or 40—a full fabric line.

fat quarters

Jelly Roll™: A trademark of United Notions (Moda Fabric), a Jelly Roll is a compact bundle of 2 1/2″-wide strips cut across the width of the fabric (42″). Other companies also offer precut strips and call them by different names. Many Jelly Roll bundles include 40 strips each, but the number of strips in a bundle can vary. Fabric companies started making precut bundles to promote their fabric lines. A Jelly Roll usually contains fabrics from one line, resulting in a group of fabrics with similar colors and patterns. Depending on the number of fabrics in the line there may be duplicate strips in the Jelly Roll. You can also find 1 1/2″-wide precut fabric strips, which are called Honey Buns™ by Moda and are also known by other names.

Jelly Roll

Layer Cake™: Packet of 10″ squares, 40 per packet. Layer Cake is a trademark of United Notions (Moda Fabric), but you may find that your local quilt shop packages their own bundles of 10″ squares.

Layer Cake

How to Keep Your Unwrapped Jelly Rolls Tidy
To keep your long strips from tangling, gently ease the roll open and clip or secure the strips at one end. Pin the ends of the strips to your ironing board to hold them in place, and then fan them apart and choose the strips you want by easing them away from the rest.

Don’t Prewash Precuts
If you prefer to prewash your fabrics before cutting and sewing, learn to resist the temptation to wash or even rinse your precut fabric strips. Washing could cause the fabric to fray, ravel, or shrink, resulting in pieces that are no longer an accurate size.

You can test a strip for bleeding by spritzing it with a little water and pressing with steam between two pieces of muslin, being careful not to stretch the strip out of shape. Examine the muslin for any running or bleeding of color. If you’re worried about fabrics bleeding when it comes time to wash your finished quilt, use this trick from Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt Company: Toss a Shout Color Catcher sheet in the washing machine. These sheets resemble fabric-softener dryer sheets, but they’re made to catch any dyes that may run out of fabric during the wash cycle and prevent them from bleeding onto other parts of your quilt.

Working with Pinked Fabric Edges
While the idea behind precut fabrics is that the measuring and cutting have been done for you, different brands of precuts can vary slightly in size. So measure your precut pieces before you start stitching, measuring from the outer points of the pinked edges, and then trim to the desired size if needed. When aligning your fabrics for sub-cutting or sewing, use the outer points of the pinked edges as the edge of the fabric so that your 1/4″ seam allowances will be accurate.

How to Quilt: pinked edges

Making Jelly Roll Scrap Binding
If your project ends up looking a bit on the scrappy side, consider making the binding scrappy, too. The 2 1/2″-wide strips are just the right width for double-fold binding. So to use up any leftover Jelly Rolls (full-length or partial strips), consider stitching them together end to end using a diagonal seam to make the perfect scrappy ending to your quilt. Just be sure all of the ends of the strips are trimmed with the angles facing in the same direction. (For more help with binding, refer to "Binding a Quilt" on our How to Quilt page.)

Making a Jelly Roll Backing
Leftover Jelly Roll strips can also be used to create a pieced back for your quilt. Simply sew the strips together along their long edges to create a striped panel, as shown in these Jelly Roll backings for "Rainbow Hearts" and "Spinners," both from Jelly Babies.

Pieced quilt back Pieced quilt back

How to enter the giveaway
What is it you like best about Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes, charm squares, and fat quarters? Tell us in the comments, and you could win an ABC 123 fat-quarter bundle, a Good Morning Jelly Roll, or a Good Morning charm pack. You could be one of EIGHT WINNERS! We’ll choose the winners one week from today and let you know by email if you’ve won.Moda fabric giveaway: Jelly Roll, Charm Pack and Fat Quarters

Many thanks to Moda and Me and My Sister Designs for their generosity!

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Thanks to everyone for entering the drawing! Our eight winners are:

Kathleen, who said: “As a special education teacher to teenagers with various exceptionalities, I find the precuts indispensable. The time gained using precuts ensures that our projects are completed in time for gift giving or raffling. The students spend more time on task and are able to see the progress in their projects.”

Elena B., who said: “I am a beginner quilter and my problem with fabric has been color coordination. I cannot seem to match colors well. The thing I most love about these precuts is that all the guesswork has already been done. And I can start by picking what I want to use. Thanks Moda for taking all the guess work out of fabric coordination so we can start our quilts faster and enjoy the process of putting them together.”

Karen in Breezy Point, who said: “I love to buy precuts, because I love to have a little bit of every fabric in a line of my favorite designers. Also, I do a lot of scrappy appliqué, and I can get a lot of variety without purchasing a huge amount of yardage.”

Theresa, who said: “I love fat quarters, I am a junkie! I have made lots of Turning Twenty quilts with them. I have recently gotten into the jelly rolls too, making Lasagna quilts.”

Lynn, who said: “Although I really love ‘the hunt’ for perfect fabrics for a new project, sometimes its fun to start with precuts from a beautiful fabric line. There are so many great ways to re-cut precuts and recombine them into quilt blocks. The finished product looks complicated but really is not! Lately, when I have fabric scraps, I spend a little time cutting them into 5″ squares and 2 1/2″ strips–makes my stash much neater and jump starts another project for the future!”

Marsha, who said: “My quilt group, Loose Threads of Vancouver, Washington, makes charity quilts that are sent to an orphanage in Guatamala. We find the precut fabric makes the quilts go quickly and beautifully. Moda fabrics are wonderful!”

Cheryl, who said: “I am terrible trying to pick out a color scheme on my own, so precuts have taken hours of my trying to coordinate material. Then when I get home, I am ready to start sewing … what a time saver!”

Karen, who said: “When I sometimes have been working on a quilt thought, before I actually begin one of my scrappy donation quilts, I get overwhelmed. Badly overwhelmed with choices to make. I can’t see straight sometimes with all the things dancing thru my mind. Jelly Rolls or charms are my best friend at that time, because I know they are already in a package that will automatically ‘fit’ because of their cohesiveness. Either one of them are my best friend … even now, as I am working with a jelly roll collection of red/white/blue. Going to be a happy day of quilting!”

Winners, look for an email from us about your prize—and congratulations!


1,552 Comments

  • I like the fact that I get to work with all the pieces in a fabric collection and they are all precut in convenient sizes ready for me to start sewing..a great help in my busy life!

    Shelley dionne on August 23, 2012
  • I love them because the colors always match.
    Every quilt I make with them looks great!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Joan on August 23, 2012
  • I like getting all of the fabrics in the line. My LQS usually only stocks 4-6 fabrics from a line, and I like to use them all in my quilts.

    —Diane W on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts give me the opportunity to work with a bunch of different fabrics. There’s probably no way I’d go out and buy yardage of each one for a quilt, but with the precuts, I get a chance to sample them all.

    —Louise on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that the measuring AND cutting is already done. The pieces are in manageable sizes and I can focus on structure and color arrangement right away.

    Michelle Harrison on August 23, 2012
  • This is a super generous giveaway. I love precuts. It means that I can start sewing almost straight away. I also love that there are so many tutorials using precuts that mean that I don’t need to do extra cuts. Like using charm squares to create HST, you sew around the outside and then cut on the diagonal. I love precuts and these ideas above are wonderful too. Thanks so much.

    —Mhairi on August 23, 2012
  • I think I’m like everyone else….I love being able to start IMMEDIATELY on a project with accurate cuts!

    —Sherrye on August 23, 2012
  • I love that with any of these precuts that you get all the prints in an entire line of fabric.

    —DebrafromMD on August 23, 2012
  • Ik houd het meest van het kleurgebruik in de stoffen.
    I like the colours.

    —Trijnie Asscheman on August 23, 2012
  • the best thing about precuts is they’re already cut

    —linda on August 23, 2012
  • I like being able to play with a whole line of fabric without spending a ton of money!!!

    Maria Hanson on August 23, 2012
  • I love the jelly rolls and charm packs. I made a valance with charm packs and jelly rolls helps me a great deal since it is difficult for me to cut fabric sometimes. Someone needs to first.

    ga447 on August 23, 2012
  • I love how quickly projects made from charm squares go together. I use them a lot for baby items. But I also love fat quarters!! They are a bit more fabric and I can quickly put together bigger projects.

    —Jeanne on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts as they save time on your project and there are so many free patterns to use them. Thnx for the give away

    —Kathy Gordon on August 23, 2012
  • I love that all the fabrics coordinate! Picking out fabrics for a quilt was always enough to make me break out in a cold sweat.

    —Brenna on August 23, 2012
  • What do I like about them? Besides the very yummy names that create that "feel-good" image, I love the colors, patterns, & convenience of these handy products!

    —Lindeeg on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts because all the fabrics go together great and all I need to do is find a solid or two to use with them. It makes buying fabric for a project alot easier when just learning to quilt.

    —Kate on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I could just make a quilt straight from the precuts or I could cut them up to make blocks and whatnot.

    Thank you for a chance to win.

    Lee Ann L. on August 23, 2012
  • I luv that the cutting is already done for you and that you get pieces of each fabric from the line.

    —sndy1 on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls, because the strips are already cut and they’re even (I’m new to all this). 🙂

    —Lauren aka Giddy99 on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best about precuts is that you get to sample the entire fabric line without paying a fortune to do so.

    —Karen on August 23, 2012
  • I love having an entire fabric line in one little bundle, instead of needing to purchase yardage of many different fabrics to get a variety. Jelly rolls and charm packs are my current favorites! Thanks for a very generous giveaway!

    MGM

    Mary Grace McNamara on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite precuts are charm packs. They are just so versatile.

    —Chris Goscha on August 23, 2012
  • What I like about precuts is twofold: 1) I love that they are already cut for me and 2) that I get a sampling of the entire fabric line.

    Debi on August 23, 2012
  • I like the diversity you get from pre-cuts. It allows you to get every pattern included in a fabric line. Thanks for the chance on this wonderful giveaway!

    Jill of Apple Avenue Quilts on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get a little bit of fabric from all the prints in the collection. It is so interesting to see how the different prints and colorways play against each other. Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Becky Greene on August 23, 2012
  • Sorry I comments twice by mistake!

    Jill of Apple Avenue Quilts on August 23, 2012
  • I like being able to sew right away, and the confidence that all the fabrics will go together.

    —Debbie S on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing about fat quarters is you get the whole line anf have enough for coordinating projects!

    —Debra Lee on August 23, 2012
  • Open package and sew. What could be better?

    —Rita on August 23, 2012
  • I have only used a charm pack so far in my short quilting career. I liked the fact i didn’t need to cut anything and everything was easy to put together. I love the range of prints and colors too!

    Samantha on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts because they save time and are so adaptable. I go through lots of solid jelly rolls and love the fact that I can experience an entire fabric line with a layer cake or charm pack. Charm packs make gorgeous prairie points and fast baby quilts. The leftover pieces are great for appliqué. Love a precut!

    —Victoria on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts! I am not very good at picking out colors that go well when choosing fabrics for a project. The precuts are perfect for me as the colors are alreeady chosen. I’ve used all of the various precuts and like all of them.

    —Judith on August 23, 2012
  • When I sometimes have been working on a quilt thought, before I actually begin one of my scrappy donation quilts, I get overwhelmed , Badly overwhelmed, with choices to make. I can’t see straight sometimes with all the things dancing thru my mind. Jelly Rolls, or Charms are my best friend at that time, because I know they are already in a package that will automatically " fit " because of their cohesiveness.. Either one of them are my best " friend".. even now, as I am working with a jelly roll collection of red/white/blue.. going to be a happy day of quilting!

    —karen on August 23, 2012
  • I really love pre-cuts … I even cut all of my left over scraps into pre-cut sizes! I really liked a lot of the pre-cut projects when I was first getting started — they allowed me to do smaller projects, get through them quickly, and learn lots of new techniques … while practicing core quilting techniques like stitch-in-the-ditch, putting on binding, working with basic quilting units, etc. And if you’re in the mood to piece, and don’t know what to do … grab a charm pack and start stitching them together. In a short time, you’ll start thinking of all kinds of ideas!

    Amy E. Armstrong on August 23, 2012
  • It is a great way to buy a fabric line without a large outlay of funds, plus half the work is done for you 🙂

    —Kristin M on August 23, 2012
  • I love them because I get at least one piece from the whole line this way whatever I make it will all match.

    —Janet on August 23, 2012
  • I love getting charm packs of new lines – that way I can see how they look together and choose my favorites to buy yardage of!

    craftytammie on August 23, 2012
  • Love you article on hold to deal with pre-cuts

    —Libby Harris on August 23, 2012
  • I really like working with fat quarters – a nice amount of fabric to work with to make just about everything. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway!

    Stray Stitches (Linda G) on August 23, 2012
  • It is convenient to get all the fabrics in a line. Most of my LQSs carry only a portion of each line. Over time I can put my jelly rolls or charms from the samedesigners or similar lines together and make larger quilts.

    Kris on August 23, 2012
  • I like them, because I have all the great fabrics from one collection. Thanks for the chance to win

    Diana on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that all the color coordinating is done for me when I purchase a pre-cut! It saves me a lot of time and I can start putting my project together faster!

    —Vicki Sprain on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety that pre-cuts give. I also like it that they are ready to use! Thanks!

    —Kay on August 23, 2012
  • i like how pre-cuts look all packaged up, but really like unwrapping them and getting right into a project. it saves the time of pulling fabrics & figuring out how much to cut. thanks!

    —bee on August 23, 2012
  • I like the versatility of the precuts – I am in a scrapoholics club and we use just precuts – what wonderful quilts we are making and I love that the colors all match and they look beautiful together. One way to do a scrappy quilt. thanks.

    —Cindy Barton on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because I can buy the new line of fabrics & not have alot of money invested in it. I especailly like charm squares & have made most of the Schnibble patterns.

    —Kay McCaffery on August 23, 2012
  • Well, I love getting a piece of the whole collection, and I really like "no Stress" on my hands from cutting! Fingers crossed for a win here xxxx LOL Thank You!

    —Deb Gipe on August 23, 2012
  • My loves are twofold – I get an entire line of fabric at an affordable outlay, and I can spend more time sewing since I don’t have to do all the cutting.

    Aileen on August 23, 2012
  • It just goes without saying that using precuts cuts so much time off a project. You can get started with the stitching right away. It’s always nice that the colors all match up too. Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway!!!

    Belinda Winston on August 23, 2012
  • i love the handiness of having so many colors in different sizes right at my fingertips!

    —grace yaskovic on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that you can have one or two pieces of the whole line of fabric. It’s fun to play with fabric that already plays well together.

    —Heidi on August 23, 2012
  • I dislike cutting….if it’s already cut adn ready to go….wow…I can really get a lot accomplished! Plus the precuts have a great variety of colors/designs in each bundle making scrappy quilts a breeze. And if I have these lovely precuts and not ready to sew, they make are lovely, colorful decorations!

    —CarolynW on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get a whole range of fabrics that coordinate without any thought and half your cutting work (or more!) is already done for you – leaves you to be creative. They’re awesome!

    —Shannon Conway on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts because they make it so much easier to sew cute things:)

    —Kelly Galambus on August 23, 2012
  • My objectives for purchasing the pre-cut fabrics is basically the same as the other ladies, and I feel that it gives me an opportunity to have some of the total line and I can purchase larger cuts of the favorites to accompany the pre-cuts for a total awesome look on the completed project.

    Having pre-cuts helps so that I don’t have to purchase more then I need and eliminates some of the cutting for me. I do a lot of smaller projects and for my limited income this is a great advantage for me. THANKS MODA

    —Marj Smith on August 23, 2012
  • I love having the ability to use so many wonderful colors in one quilt and lots of time is saved, by using precut jelly rolls, layer cakes etc. Gives me more bang for my buck!

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • I love their convenience. I haven’t used a lot of pre cuts but know there are a lot of great patterns and books out there for them.

    —Cindy Nixdorff on August 23, 2012
  • I love fat quarters, I am a junkie! I have made lots of Turning Twenty quilts with them. I have recently gotten into the jelly rolls too making Lasagna quilts.

    —Theresa Thomas on August 23, 2012
  • The pre-cuts are just so fun. You get a wide variety of fabric and the cutting is all done for you.

    —Connie Heffner on August 23, 2012
  • I like how the size is manageable for at home cutting. I also like that everything is coordinated for me already.

    —Megan W on August 23, 2012
  • I absolutely adore pre-cut fabric because it lets you sample a new fabric line at an affordable price, and make something quilty in no time at all!

    —cheryl hammond on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because I don’t have to buy more yardage than I actually need. And there are some great patterns out there that call for precuts.

    —Julie on August 23, 2012
  • Pre cuts are THE most fabulous invention ever. No only does it make for quicker sewing but it’s a no brainer when it comes to colour choice. All the hard work is done for you. I just love it!

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • Cutting has been my nemesis ever since home economics in high school. I hate cutting out patterns, whether to make dresses, pants, blouses, skirts and aprons – or even quilts.

    When I purchase a pre-cut – nickels, dimes or rolls – I immediately eliminate most of my nemesis!

    —Kathy Longstreet on August 23, 2012
  • PLEASE PICK ME!! Precuts make great gifts. They are a tidy burst of possibilities!

    —Jane Holbrook on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because you have fabrics that all coordinate with no thought on my part. I really don’t like choosing coordinating colors from my stash. So precuts take all that decision-making away. Thanks.

    —Karen on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts make it easy to whip up a prayer quilt in no time flat. When I hear of someone in need of a prayer quilt, I just choose from my collection of charm packs and jelly rolls. I can have a lap quilt or child-sized quilt finished in a day with pre-cuts! People are so grateful for the beautiful symbol of love and prayer that results.

    —Annie on August 23, 2012
  • As a special education teacher to teenagers with various exceptionalities, I find the precuts indispensable. The time gained using precuts ensures that our projects are completed in time for gift giving or raffling. The students spend more time on task and are able to see the progress in their projects.

    —Kathleen Mannion on August 23, 2012
  • I am loving pre-cuts more and more. My first and favorite pre-cuts are fat quarters. I own hundreds of them. My next favorite is jelly rolls and then charm packs. I am using them all and love, love, love them!!!

    —Caroline on August 23, 2012
  • I love love love pre-cuts! I feel like I am ready to start sewing with them and have so many fabric choices without spending a ton of money!

    —Meredith F. on August 23, 2012
  • I love that with precuts, I don’t have to try & pick out fabrics that work together to look good on a project. Great way to see what a particular line looks like before investing in yardage for a larger quilt. Would love to be the recipient of any of the free giveaways!!

    —Louise Meacher on August 23, 2012
  • The benefit of having all precut, especially when you love all the fabric in the design and you don’t have a lot of time because you have forgotten in all the hurry of life to make something! Thanks so much for the give-away! That Good Morning one is now one I have to add to my "must have" pile!

    —Lynette W. on August 23, 2012
  • I really love that you get one piece from each and every print from the whole line! Otherwise when I am buying fabric by the yard I often have a really hard time trying to choose which ones I want… Precuts give me everything!!! Love them!

    —Gunilla on August 23, 2012
  • I like the precuts because I don’t have to do as much cutting and I get a taste of all the fabrics in a collection. Plus there are also a lot of quick patterns you can use with them. Thanks for the chance to win.

    —Cecilia on August 23, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts because they give me confidence to start and project and see results quickly. Love the fact that everything is already matched. I work full time so sewing is my peace and I usually don’t get to start till later in the evening.

    —Wendy on August 23, 2012
  • HELLO! I LOVE ALL PRECUTS FOR THEIR ACCURACY! ALSO ONE CAN MAKE A NEW QUILT WITH ALMOST ALL OF THEM JUST BY ADDING A SOLID FABRIC! THANKS FOR SHARING A BEAUTIFUL GIVEAWAY!

    —Linda on August 23, 2012
  • Love precuts – it gives me a chance to play and see all the fabric in a new line!

    —Patty D on August 23, 2012
  • Love the pre-cuts. Saves me a ton of time.

    —Betty Gracie on August 23, 2012
  • I love to use the precuts for quilts and bags. It also lets me have a piece of the entire collection at a reasonable cost. Just love them for the convenience esp the charm squares and the jelly rolls!

    —Pauline Gudas on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because you know that all the colors go well together and don’t have to spend hours contemplating what goes with what, and spend many hours cutting to the sizes you need also. I want to get sewing right away when I get fabric home.

    —R on August 23, 2012
  • I like the the versatility of the precuts. I love that the colors all match and I can just start sewing my quilt.

    —Robin Huss on August 23, 2012
  • I love the way all the fabrics match and it’s only to start sewing. The only thing I have to do is to find the perfect pattern.

    —Lotta on August 23, 2012
  • So excited to play and play and sew and sew…..cut when needed!!

    —Jane on August 23, 2012
  • I love all pre-cuts! I take them to my quilt retreats, and in no time I have a quilt top. It is so nice to have each piece in the fabric line. I would love to win!

    —Darleen on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about precuts is the fact that you can have such a variety of beautiful fabrics without having to buy yardage of the whole line.

    Barbie on August 23, 2012
  • The convenience of precuts allows more creatve quilting time. Hurray!

    —Keri on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts!!! They force my imagination and when that happens…..good things come!!

    —Darcie on August 23, 2012
  • I love that when I finish, I’m not left with a lot of leftover fabric that I can’t figure out what to do with!

    Carolyn on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because you are halfway to sewing. No fabrics decisions, no cutting, just sew.

    —Karen in CA on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that colors always match and I like seeing all the fabrics in a collection !
    Thank you for the giveaway.

    Florence on August 23, 2012
  • I like them because I am new at Quilting and like you said, it takes the cake! It makes quilting easier and faster..

    shirley tener on August 23, 2012
  • l love charm sqaures. so easy to put together and coordinate!

    sandy on August 23, 2012
  • Have new pattern that would be perfect for a jelly roll!

    —Carol cowan on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are the best…no cutting necessary in most cases. I love the fat quarter bundles the best so I can have the same line of fabric in my quilts. I do a lot of fat quarter quilts/ I also do a lot of applique work and rather work with fat quarters than metre lengths.

    —Wanda Heath on August 23, 2012
  • I have only worked with Charm Packs and I love that they are so easy to use. Perfectly cut and ready to sew, I’ve enjoyed making small quilts, table runners, and baby quilts using charm packs. I also love the selection of colors in each pack. Fun to use some prints that I might not normally buy.

    Jocelyn on August 23, 2012
  • Scrappy quilts are my favorite, and it’s such fun to get so many prints at once that coordinate. I’ve learned to cut my own from leftovers too to supplement.

    —Sally Howard on August 23, 2012
  • I really like how I can see every print in a line that way, that’s why I’ve gotten my last few charm packs. I like jelly rolls for certain projects. I LOVE fat quarters because they are enough for small projects, and they store so well!

    Ali M on August 23, 2012
  • I love seeing all of the fabrics in a line and knowing that if I have the precuts on hand I can do a quick quilt or gift for friends or family.

    —Mary Jones on August 23, 2012
  • I love having pieces of an entire fabric line, but love the convenience even more! Thanks for the giveaway:)

    Vicki on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE Moda Precuts because…well, it’s Moda!!! Moda is the best!!! And precuts are very user-friendly and an affordable option to get a little bit of everything from one fabric line that I love.

    Thank you for sharing information of how to use precuts! 🙂

    Shannon Wallace on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can buy a huge assortment of colors and patterns for way less than it would cost to buy yardage of each! This enables me to have a great, coordinated yet scrappy look, which I’ve used for several baby quilts and a lap quilt.

    —Beth Werrell on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety you get with precuts and I love patterns that use them because they often require less cutting and it gives me more time to sew!

    —julianne on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing about precuts is that the fabrics have already been coordinated for you – you get a lot of different prints that match without spending hours and hours carrying around bolts in a fabric shop!

    —Tiffany on August 23, 2012
  • I often use fat quarters to back cross stitched pillows, ornaments, and such. I hope to begin newbie quilting sometime soon, and believe the precuts would be the best way to begin.

    Thanks for this opportunity!

    Charlene♥SC on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are great for scrappy quilts. I love anything that saves time!

    —Gwen W on August 23, 2012
  • I love the sizes it is cut into. you can make wonderful quilts using it that way. and fat quarters are so nice to cut into. Thank you for explaining it all.

    —Aliza on August 23, 2012
  • Not having to cut, also getting a really good selection of fabrics that all match which I would never be able to do. I love them all !!! Linda

    Sunnybec on August 23, 2012
  • Oh….drum roll, please….r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r…and it’s the JELLY ROLL….that has just became my favorite of pre-cuts!!!!! Oh, what am I saying…all pre-cuts deserve a drum roll…and they are Moda! Now that’s the worth a tuba toot! These would be fun to make a memory with!!!!

    —Nancy Hubbard on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls and charm packs because the strips are already cut so I can get down to business right away! Also, I’ve made mistakes in cutting fabrics several times. Precuts save me that frustration.

    —Juanita on August 23, 2012
  • I love the idea that I get several fabrics that match and I can start sewing right away!

    —Denise on August 23, 2012
  • My precious antique sewing machine, a 1935 Singer that belonged to my grandmother, needs a little adjusting every time I resume a project. I love having charm squares to use as my "test" squares–if the machine is in order, I quickly have put together part of a block! If the tension needs tinkering, it doesn’t take long to undo 5 inches of stitching. I’ve nearly put together a doll quilt for my niece just using charm squares as my "warm-up" sewing.

    —Rebecca on August 23, 2012
  • I love the colors being coordinated. The tones just go together. Love it.

    —kathie fosnaugh on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about the jelly rolls, layer cakes and charm packs is that they all go together! What ever I choose to make with them, it is coordinated for me. They are so fun for quick projects. LOVE them!!

    —Laurie Giddings on August 23, 2012
  • I need to to thank you for this good read!! I definitely loved every little bit of it.
    I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post…

    eye secrets review on August 23, 2012
  • Not a real original thought but I love having all the coordinated pieces from one fabric line – it feels decadent!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Deb

    —Deborah on August 23, 2012
  • I love working with them as they are so easy to use and can get busy right away working on my projects for my classes

    —Joyce Cloud on August 23, 2012
  • I like jelly rolls and layer cakes because I like using all the fabrics in a line. I usually pick out a few favorite fabrics in the line and buy 2-3 yards to use for borders and block connectors.

    —Amy on August 23, 2012
  • I love getting so many different fabrics to make scrappy quilts!

    —Laura F on August 23, 2012
  • No cutting,versatile,and variety of fabrics.I think jelly rolls are my favorite.I’ve made several quilts using them and they all have a different look.Also like the quilt books dedicated to pre cuts.

    —Felicia Siford on August 23, 2012
  • I like a lot of variety on my quilts, and these precuts give me that without have g to buy so much yardage.

    —Kathie L on August 23, 2012
  • Thanks for the chance! I love the fact that I could make anything out of them and all the fabric matches already. I just ordered my first jelly roll three days ago, it should come in soon, so I’m excited. Thanks for the chance!

    —lynaeve on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts. Jelly rolls are my favorite. There are so many things you can do with them.

    —LeAnne L on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls for the variety of fabric it gives me — I get to have all of a beautiful fabric line. It gives me so many creative options!

    —Elizabeth Smith on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to make a quilt without the cutting.
    It is great for charity quilts too, helps to make it faster, so I can make more.

    Debbie

    Debbie St.Germain on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite precuts are definitely charm packs! They are the perfect size to use just as they are or cut down into cute little pieces. I do the vast majority of my work with charm packs. The best part of charm packs and the reason that I gravitate towards them so easily is that they are like a fabric buffet! You get to sample a little bit from the entire line without breaking the bank. Charm packs are perfect!

    Katherine Nelson on August 23, 2012
  • I like getting a little bit of each of the fabrics in a line and the convenience, of course! My favorite is the Layer Cake because of the versatility of shapes that can be cut from it.

    —Betty on August 23, 2012
  • I like that fact that my cutting is done for me.I also like that I get a taste of everything from the fabric line and everything is co-ordinated for me.

    —Sandy D on August 23, 2012
  • What I like about pre-cuts (and I’m guessing lots of others feel the same) is that I can get all the prints in the fabric line without spending a boat load of money. Charm squares come in handy for making a quick tote bag too.

    Jen (punkiepie) on August 23, 2012
  • They are just fun…and such variety!

    —Carole Lazeski on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing about precuts is that you can get right to sewing or there is little cutting so you can get to fun part of sewing!

    —Tracy Hudson on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because they allow me to sample the variety of fabrics in a line.

    Katherine on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because of how everything matches. Also there are so many patterns that can be used with precuts. Thanks the the chance to win. Love the idea about scrappy binding too.

    —Jenelle Boxberger on August 23, 2012
  • I like that I get some of all the fabrics in a line.

    —MoeWest on August 23, 2012
  • I like to make a project that utilizes the same line/designer of the fabric. Precuts enable me to do this without having to search everywhere for the different fabrics in any particular line.

    Deb on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing is that I do not have to search for fabrics that work together – and I am not very good at making the choices. It is great to have the choice all made!

    —Shirley on August 23, 2012
  • I like the many coordinating prints you can get all together and ready for quilting! Makes it easy and prettier!

    Miss Rachel P. on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the different colors and prints in one package.

    —Jeanie on August 23, 2012
  • unlike me, they’re fast and accurate.

    —Sharon Neuner on August 23, 2012
  • The colors are amazing… AMAZING!!!

    —Monika on August 23, 2012
  • As a novice quilter, picking things that go together is hard for me so I love the precuts where the work is done for me. I am not very fast at cutting and having them precut saves me a lot of times and is more accurate

    —Jane Nichols on August 23, 2012
  • I love to use jelly rolls for quilts. I recently made 3 quilts from a pattern in a popular quilting magazine, all using jelly roll strips, but each pattern was slightly different. The precuts are so versatile. Also, with precuts you know everything will blend so well together.

    —Sharon Coleman on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts , not only for having everything blend so nicely, but when you find that you need "that certain little piece" you can sort through and voila! there it is. They are also so east to store and stack.
    Truly, the precuts are little blessings!

    —Peg Gilham on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because everything coordinates. I can create just about anything I want to with precuts and they ideas are endless. Love love love them. I rarely purchase yardage now thanks to discovering precuts!

    Sylvia Mills on August 23, 2012
  • I like having at least a piece of the new fabric lines that come out. The ones I love, I will buy yardage, layer cakes and strips. Send Help!

    Mary Malone

    —Mary Malone on August 23, 2012
  • I like to have these on hand when I need a quick project. And just want to look at a new line, these are perfect.

    —Tammy Bowser on August 23, 2012
  • i like precuts because i like the different fabric cominations and not having to spend so much time cutting when i could be sewing. thanks for the chance to win.

    —beverly maples on August 23, 2012
  • What is it you like best about Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes, charm squares, and fat quarters? I love the fact that someone else has done a lot of the cutting for me, and that the colour combo’s are fresh and beautifully coordinated! Thanks for the nice giveaway!

    —Debbie Constable on August 23, 2012
  • I like layer cakes because it makes it easier to create scrap quilts with a more even flow.

    —Teresa Balendy on August 23, 2012
  • I love that precut cuties are all cut perfectly! I tend to cut a little extra here and there (plus my eyesight isn’t what it used to be). I’m making a quilt now made of all jelly roll cuts and it is sewing together sew nicely. What a difference it makes to have perfect cuts!!

    Laurie B on August 23, 2012
  • I like the precuts because they give you a lot of variety without having to buy a lot more fabric than you really need. And for the convenience! Thank you for this big giveaway!

    Vickie on August 23, 2012
  • I teach youth to quilt, jelly rolls provide accurate cutting and the ability to get to that sewing stuff faster. The youth just love them! They can find a great selection and their quilts turn out well. They love those quilts and the quilts find a very loved spot in their hearts and their rooms!

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • Charm squares are good for previewing a line of fabric relatively inexpensively.

    —Diann Cornell on August 23, 2012
  • Two things are great about pre-cuts….they can save time and you can get the full selection of a fabric line and make something looking scrappy but somewhat coordinated. I love being able to enjoy a full line of fabric.

    Loris Mills on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about precuts is having a whole fabric line together to work with!

    —Karen McMahon on August 23, 2012
  • What I love the most about jelly rolls is that you get such a great variety of fabrics which are guaranteed to go together!

    —Diane Nishri on August 23, 2012
  • I love using precuts because it streamlines the process, and makes way for creativity. Of course you can use a pattern you’ve found online (especially the amazing modabakeshop.com patterns), but without the overwhelming site of several yards of fabric, you can now let the creativity flow. The other great thing about precuts is that are aren’t limited to just a few fabrics in a line, now you can utilize many patterns and colors. Oh, and did I mention I don’t have to use my rotary trimmer?

    Sydney on August 23, 2012
  • Anything that saves me time at the cutting table is a winner in my book.

    Jane Smith on August 23, 2012
  • I love Jelly rolls, because it is fun to see the different colors blending and weaving together as you sew them.

    —Margaret Bingham on August 23, 2012
  • It involves no thinking!! It’s already cut in the right size and all the colors coordinate– What’s not to love!!!!

    —Maryl Willard on August 23, 2012
  • They allow me to indulge my taste for sweets…without any of the calories!!!

    —Beth Hudson on August 23, 2012
  • I’m fairly new to quilting, and I don’t like the way I cut strips yet, so the pre-cuts give me the ability to create quilts I otherwise would have trouble making. I also love that you can get 40-42 different fabrics to try out, then you can pick the one or two you love most, and buy those for borders, sashing, and binding.

    I also love pre-cuts because they all blend, which helps me figure out what other fabrics to use in quilt.

    —Robin on August 23, 2012
  • I love that they all coordinate and the mixing and matching of the fabric is already done for you. It makes it so easy to complete any project. Not to mention that half the cutting is already done for you! Thanks for the chance to win.

    —michelle on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are convenient if I want to get started on a project quickly, but my favorite thing about precuts is that I get to have a little bit of every fabric in the line. Often, online or in a fabric store, the seller only carries a certain amount of the line in yardage, so my options and choices are limited. I like to see all my choices by purchasing precuts, and then choosing a favorite fabric or two and ordering yardage, either for borders and backing, or even coordinating pieces, such as pillows or curtains. Hooray for precuts!

    —Karen on August 23, 2012
  • I would love to win these fabulous precuts! They save so much time. And who doesn’t want to save some time. Thanks for the chance.

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • Love that they are already cut and the fabrics all go together. I don’t have to search through all my fabric and fatquarters to find fabric that coordinates. Plus they are cut to the same size!!

    —Mary Thornton on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety of prints in each set of pre-cuts.

    —Dixie on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts, especially charm squares, give me a chance to see the entire line of fabric in person. Often charm squares are my way to preview before buying more expensive cuts of a line. Plus they’re fun!

    —Judith Gaines on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts! I am one of the 10-20-30 minutes to sew quilters. I work and have to squeeze quilting in whenever possible. If you are in need of a quick project and can’t take the time to coordinate fabrics, precuts are wonderful. They do it for you…

    —Kim Pebley on August 23, 2012
  • What I love best about pre-cut fabric is the coordination of colors. They are so beautiful. The strips are so versatile for a variety of project. The quality of the fabric is wonderful. They are just so darn convenient. Especially for those who are "cutting challenged".

    Linda Stodola on August 23, 2012
  • I like all of the fabric cuts and bundles!
    Different patterns and designs can be used and paired up with the different cuts and for mixed media arts, crafts and sewing, too!

    This is an excellent tutorial for beginners to sewing and quilting!
    Lovely and useful article!
    Great contest, I would love to win this!
    Blessings!
    Namaste’
    From
    Debra J Webb

    Debra J Webb on August 23, 2012
  • Thanks for the chance at the beautiful fabric bundles! I love the precuts because they save me so much time! I work and go to college and love to sew…what could be better!

    —Julie Minnear on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best about Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes, charm squares, and fat quarters is that they taste good!!!!!

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts make life so much easier. I’d love to win one!

    —Michelle Rodriguez on August 23, 2012
  • Using pre-cut fabrics saves time and energy when making a quilt, table runner or any other quilting project. It is a great way to use a complete line of a designer. A very economical way to get a chance to use a line of fabrics from a well known selection. I would love to be a winner.
    thanks for giving me a chance. Patricia on Aug. 23, 2012

    —Patricia D. Roberts on August 23, 2012
  • As a long arm quilter and teacher, I have less and less time to do my "own thing.". I find that precise coordinated, precut fabric lines afford me more time to do what I really love; design and piece. I was skeptical at first, but have found that the fabrics are beautiful and easy to work with and I can still put my stamp on the finished quilt by adding one or more different pieces.

    —Patsi Deans on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts! Jelly rolls are my favorites since I can make many different styles of blocks with them, all pretty fast, and come out with a quilt that people love.

    —Debra G. on August 23, 2012
  • As I get older and the hands are stiffer, I am learning to absolutely love precuts! They save oh so many steps to getting a quilt done quicker and the cutting is always accurate. Just the best! Happy Quilting!

    —Jane on August 23, 2012
  • The colours are matching. I have not to decide what I want . Every thing is perfect,

    Luise Nigge August 23,2012

    Luise Nigge on August 23, 2012
  • Love getting a little sample of all the fabrics in a line. Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Kim on August 23, 2012
  • Being new to quilting, these precuts are a great way to jump right into making a quilt! The small fabric pieces make it so easy to handle and all the color coordination is done for you! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • For jelly rolls the thing I like best is the "ready-to-go" aspect. They’re great for strip piecing! For other pre-cuts, well, I think I like the potential, and of course I like not having to wait while someone cuts yardage for me. Ugh!

    —Connie C on August 23, 2012
  • I love the good morning jelly roll! Just got done making a jelly roll race quilt and it was the quickest quilt I have ever made!! I cant wait to give it to my sister for her birthday next week! Feels my heart with joy! Would love to make another quilt with jelly rolls as they are so easy!!
    Janet

    —Janet on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that I get colors and patterns already matched up to go together. As others have said, seeing the whole line allows us to then buy yardage for other things.

    —Laurie on August 23, 2012
  • I tend to go for charm packs first and jelly rolls coming in at a close 2nd! I enjoy and admire the vast combination of a line of fabrics and it feels more economical to me in a way as I tend to use every little single bit of the fabrics without adding to my ever growing stash. A few times I have just fallen in love with a particular fabric in a charm pack that led me to buy more yardage of it.

    —Anne Caton on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to have all the co-ordinating fabrics from one line right at hand. I’ve used many pre-cuts and always get great results.

    DianeH on August 23, 2012
  • I’m making the transition from sewing clothing to quilting so I’m still most comfortable with fat quarters. I’m finding it difficult to work with small pieces or strips yet, though I used both in clothing; it just seems to scare me off when I think about sewing strips or small pieces. And I like bigger pieces of fabric because I have more leftovers. I only buy fabric I really love and if I love it, I want to use more than one time. So it’s fat quarters for me!

    —Joyce Carey on August 23, 2012
  • I know I’m not the only one to say this, but I really do love having a sample of each and every fabric in a given line. Sometimes I’ll get a charm pack before yardage is available, and it helps me to see the prints in person and narrow down my favorites.

    Amy DeCesare on August 23, 2012
  • I have used the 5″ nickle squares to make several quilts for friends who have cancer or have been ill taking chemo. I call them ‘Prayer Boxes" they go together so quick and the colors always go together so I don’t wastes time picking out colors and cutting. Gets the quilt to them quicker.

    —Donna on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because you get a little bit of the entire line…I love scrappy projects. The ABC 123 line has been on my wish list!

    —Melanie C on August 23, 2012
  • I have always struggled with choosing fabrics for a quilt. What looks good in my "head" does not always look good when it is sewn together. I do not have access to a quilt shop for help because I live in a very rural place – precuts choose the colors for me and they always go together. That way I get to the fun part – hand quilting – much much faster. I like them all.

    —Bonnie on August 23, 2012
  • I love the charm squares! As new quilter,the squares make it easy to get to the sewing right away. I also use the charm squares for the large hexagons in English Paper Piecing. Besides,I love getting to see all the fabrics in a collection. Then I can pick one or two to buy yardage to go as sashing or borders.

    —Jeanne Mayes on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the pre-cuts…I usually work with 2 1/2″ squares in my designs & find that they all work beautifully to get me started on my newest project in a hurry!! Fat quarters are probably my favorite, because I can do so much with them.

    —Linda S. on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts – they allow you to skip the cutting and get you sewing in on time.

    —Joann Tarateta on August 23, 2012
  • I would LOVE to win these Fabulous cuts. I so enjoy working with the Jelly Rolls. They are endless what you can create from them. I love how they all are so well coordinated.

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that I get one of each of the designs in the fabric collection without having to buy a large quantity of each piece. Anyway, how many quilt shops carry every piece in a given line. The precuts are perfect for that variety!

    —Mary Lu Booker on August 23, 2012
  • The precuts save soo much time. I love the jelly rolls when making community quilts to give away. Baby quilts are a breeze. Just finished a baby quilt using the 5″ precuts and a matching jelly roll from Moda’s Butterfly Fling collection. It’s amazing the different blocks and patterns you can create.

    Marge

    Marge Schill on August 23, 2012
  • I love them because I can get right to work sewing. Very little cutting and I can get to the exciting part of just sewing, and sewing and sewing!

    —Maryjo on August 23, 2012
  • I love having some of the cutting alreay done for you, that they are fabrics that come from a perfectly matched grouping that both blends and contrasts each other and the best part is that it is from Moda. This is the fabric line that I always go to first as the quality and touch is beautiful. I feel that if I’m going to invest my thoughts to create and my time to sew and hand quilt, then I want the best. Yeah Moda for so many reasons !!

    —Susan Stone on August 23, 2012
  • I love them for quilts for kids, especially. It makes putting together a baby quilt so fast. The cutting out of a quilt is my least favorite part.

    —Linda Ashley on August 23, 2012
  • I like the precut, convenient sizes ready for me to start sewing. Even if you decide to cut some of the pieces, they are SO much easier to maneuver than a large piece of fabric. Also, the colors always match for the perfect quilt. Sometimes I just want to sew and have to think so much about the colors.

    —Brenda on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the colors are are blended and go very well together.

    —linda on August 23, 2012
  • gets the project going faster and with more accuracy…

    —Carolyn Whited on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts as they are already cut and matched with complimentary patterns and colors. They save time and that makes them a deal maker! Yeah!!!

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • I love the Moda charm packs and jelly rolls because all the measuring is done for me and the fabrics all coordinate together. They is no waste either! Therefore in the long run you are saving money and time when you use the Moda fabrics. Using these fabrics makes your project look so "put together" because all the fabrics match in one line. With the Moda fabrics in one one available I don’t have to spend time looking for this or that fabric to match something I bought. That saves me hours of time. Not to mention the fact that it is so convenient having all the fabrics in a charm pack and/or jelly roll match! Love, love them! Loved your newsletter with all the helps and hints information.

    —Bobbi J on August 23, 2012
  • Definitely the time-saving. And the fact that there’s so much you can do with them – I’ve been wanting to try the jelly roll race for a while.

    —DonnaP on August 23, 2012
  • I think you nailed it in the beginning paragraph….I’d rather be sewing than cutting! Thanks for the opportunity to win these great prizes.

    —Darlene B on August 23, 2012
  • A precut is like a treasure chest…you know good stuff is in there but it’s going to be a surprise when you open it! I love them.

    —Judy on August 23, 2012
  • Love the time I save with jelly rolls and loved making quilts for my college bound granddaughters and my own camping trailer.

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • I love having all the fabric selections in precuts – a lot of times it’s hard to find an entire collection at the LQS, but precuts give you a little bit of everything!

    —Kelly on August 23, 2012
  • I like the idea that I know all the fabric go together and i know I will like the quilt when it is done.

    —Roberta on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the precuts for both the time saved and the fact that the colors are already coordinated! I recently completed a beautiful bedrunner from a jelly roll. 😉

    Evelyn

    —Evelyn on August 23, 2012
  • I love Charm Packs and Jelly Rolls because it’s the quickest way to make a pretty baby quilt. Wonderful information in your tips.

    Barbara Cissne
    Garland, TX

    —Barbara Cissne on August 23, 2012
  • You get instant scrappy quilts!!

    Cindy on August 23, 2012
  • I love them because I have a variety and a lot of diffrent prints which match. And they are so handy to cut and use!

    Martina on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that I don’t have to measure or cut the fabric. I also like to have the variety of fabrics all together.

    —Phyllis on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE JELLY ROLLS!!!I TEACH AND A LOT OF MY CLASSES ARE 2 1/2 INCH STRIPS. IT IS SO EASY FOR MY BEGINERS TO PICK GOOD FABRIC COMBOS AND THE COLORS ARE NO WORRY. MY CLASSES ARE MUCH FASTER BECAUSE A LOT OF THE CUTTING TIME IS TAKEN CARE OF..WHAT A WONDERFUL IDEA SOMEONE HAD..GOD BLESS..THANKS..GRETCHEN

    —GRETCHEN LANG on August 23, 2012
  • I’ve become addicted to precuts!!! I go into a fabric store and head straight for the latest Moda precuts first. I love to pick up a charm pack and thumb my way through looking at each fabric in the line. It gives me a sense of which of the fabrics I’ll want to use as my "feature", and I "build" my quilt design from there. Some of my favorite quilting projects have been made by combining jelly rolls and charm packs, or layer cakes and jelly rolls. Most recently I’ve been intrigued by finding more uses for the candy bars (2 1/2″ x 5″), the turnovers (triangles), and the honey buns (like a jelly roll, only more narrow). I’ve even made some darling little tote bags from the mini charm packs that I find occasionally (2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″). Like I said, since I’ve discovered Moda precuts, I’m addicted to them and simply cannot resist all the sweets Moda has to offer!

    Robin on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls best because you can incorporate so many different designs, colors and patterns into your creation from one jelly roll. It is truly variety at its best!

    —carla dotson on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because they offer the complete fabric options for the fabric line. The variety is really nice without having to stand in line having each fabric cut! I like having one or two of each fabric in the collection!

    —Penny Huffman on August 23, 2012
  • First of all, they are time savers. You can get to the sewing immediately. But, what I really appreciate is the fact that they are all from one line of fabric. Everything goes so well together. I am really enjoying these educational emails that you are sending.

    —Cathie on August 23, 2012
  • I recently made a quilt using a Layer Cake and I am very pleased with it. There was definitely a time saving and since I used a Moda Layer Cake (Frolic), all the fabric blended very well. I also used Moda Charm pack for a a wallhanging and won a ribbon for it! I look forward to using more precuts in my quilts.

    —Laura Little on August 23, 2012
  • …It’s fabric, that’s what I like about it. And I "prewash" everything, smaller cuts as well as yardage: no problems.

    —Ragmop/Sandy on August 23, 2012
  • I love how you get a bit of each fabric within a collection and if you want more of one or the other, you have that sample to see how everything goes together and with so many patterns out there directed to jelly rolls, layer cakes or charms, it’s a no brainer to make them!

    Sara on August 23, 2012
  • I just love to buy precuts! I like seeing all of the fabrics in an entire line and all of the colorways. I think it’s fun to sew with precuts – there are so many great patterns to use or I can make my own creation!

    —Paula Wilmarth on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because there Is a great choice of fabrics I make tote bags with charm squares and the fabrics are absolutely lovely . I have used 10 inch layer cake squares for this also, just cut them down to the size needed , and the charm squares are just the right size to make pockets with. Who could ask for anything more? Te jelly rolls are wonderful to make all different things with I LOVE all the precuts!

    —Ellen on August 23, 2012
  • I love charm packs, jelly rolls, layer cakes, fat quarter bundles, etc.. because they’re a great way to get a wonderful variety of prints and colors — that are perfectly matched– without having to spend a lot of money! Plus, they look pretty on the shelf in my sewing room, too! 🙂 Thank you so much for the chance to win!!

    —Gwen Windham on August 23, 2012
  • I love to work with precut fabrics, or "pretty packs", as my friend likes to call them. Not only because they are a time savor, but also because they are just plain fun. They give you a view of the whole line and can be used in so many different ways. Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Terry on August 23, 2012
  • Oh, how I wish that I would be lucky enough to win these gorgeous fabrics! I need a good news day. I would go right to my sewing room and begin as soon as they would arrive. That is my peaceful place where I can create and meditate at the same time.

    —Wilma S. on August 23, 2012
  • What I love most about pre-cuts is the fact that I get a sample of the entire fabric collection. I often don’t use my pre-cuts, but see them as my fabric collection and have them displayed in my sewing room for inspiration! 🙂

    Kristy on August 23, 2012
  • I like the idea of having lots of fabrics to choose from and since they are already precut to specific sizes I can just jump right in and start sewing. Plus the idea that I dont have to drag out big cutting mats, rulers and making space to use them, iron large parts of fabrics and makeing sure I square up and cut perfectly, I idea appeals to me so when I can do it, I use them!!!

    —diane on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because I do both quilting and non-quilting (e.g. Doll clothes, fabric flowers) projects. This gives me a chance to work with coordinated colors without having to do too much thinking. 🙂

    —Susan on August 23, 2012
  • I am just discovering what a great way precuts are to get a bit of every fabric in the line. Most shops just don’t carry them all. Layer cakes and jelly rolls are my favorite cuts.

    Anne on August 23, 2012
  • I love to do scrappy quilts and using precuts gives me a large variety of fabrics already in the same colors to use! Plus there are so many quilt patterns for the precuts that you can put together a quilt in hardly any time!

    —Brenda Hulsey on August 23, 2012
  • I love that precuts save oodles of time and they are so beautiful. It’s great to have so many coordinating prints all together ready to go.

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • Variety, variety, variety! I love the convenience of the size and precuts too.

    jay on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts – especially layer cakes! I like the versitility of them. thank you – I adore the line of Good Morning! thank you for the generous giveaways and tips on precuts!!!

    —Lee on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best about using precuts is getting every fabric in a collection! They save time and they’re just fun to use, and great to give as a gift too.
    Thanks for the chance to win!!

    —TxGal on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are always well coordinated fabrics and cut down on cutting time.

    —Debbie Long on August 23, 2012
  • Hi there,
    I Love precuts!!!
    They all are destined to "play" together.
    They are cut correctly and allow creativity to happen
    Thanks so for the opportunity
    Cheers
    Cathy

    —Cathy on August 23, 2012
  • I love the many ways you can put them together, and that they are already cut for you. Thanks.

    charlotte on August 23, 2012
  • It’s the coordinating fabric line I love about the pre-cut bundles/jelly rolls/charms/etc…it’s like going to a candy store & selecting one of each flavor. Fabric stores rarely stock an entire line so the pre-cut are a great option when you just love the fabric line. Winning a set of pre-cuts would make my dnext project so easy & beautiful!

    —marlene on August 23, 2012
  • I love having a piece of each fabric in a given line. It also forces me out of my comfort zone to make use of prints, scale or colors I wouldn’t have thought to use on my own.

    Karen at A Glimpse Into My Reveries on August 23, 2012
  • I have always loved charm squares because I get to use all the different beautiful fabrics that are already coordinated for me. I have picked up different Jelly Rolls and carried them around the store with me on several occasion, but always put them back as they are usually beyond my budget. Look forward to making a quilt someday using a Jelly Roll or a Layer Cake.

    —Suzanne on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I can get a whole collection in one package. It’s so challenging using a whole packet in one quilt.

    —Pam Smolek on August 23, 2012
  • I never thought I would want to use precut fabrics until I saw the simple irish chain, using jelly rolls, on The Missouri Star Quilt tuturial.
    Now I see how convient and time saving it would be. I can hardly wait to try.

    —Jeanne S. Tanner on August 23, 2012
  • I have only used a jelly roll before and loved making a strip quilt with it (my very first quilt) I would love to use some more precuts! thank you for in the information on using them and the giveaways!

    —Chris on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best is the time I save in cutting. Second best is that I can plan a quick coordinated project without having to search and sort my stash. Since my favorite part is the quilting, I like to get to that point as quickly as possible.

    Dora, the quilter on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get such great variety of prints that all coordinate. Also love that all pieces are the exact same size without any work or bother on my part.

    —Karon Henderson on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cut, pre-coordinated and many available patterns = a quick and beautiful quilt!

    —Donna on August 23, 2012
  • I like using precuts as you can mix and match them by designer. I do that a lot to use up my leftovers and all of the quilts look like they were meant to be that way.

    —Jan Norton on August 23, 2012
  • I love all of the different fabrics that are in the precuts. So awesome to see and use the whole line of fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

    Donna on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because they require less work. Also, I have an 11 mos. old grandson that I watch and I won’t cut if he is crawling under the table. I do sew with him there but he likes to push the foot pedal. I am starting to save left over fabric by cutting it into a 2 1/2″ strip or a charm squares. I am just finishing a black/white/gray/red wedding quilt (the couple’s colors) made out of 2 1/2″ strips and it is very striking. I might make another one substituting the red for another color. I usually make at least 3 wedding quilts and 6 baby quilts a year so I need short cuts. You have published several books utilizing these precuts and I think I have all of them. Happy Sewing.

    Elaine West on August 23, 2012
  • My quilt group, Loose Threads of Vancouver, Washington
    makes charity quilts that are sent to an orphanage in
    Guatamala. We find the precut fabric makes the quilts
    go quickly and beautifully. Moda fabrics are wonderful!
    Marsha

    Marsha Vernon on August 23, 2012
  • When it comes to deciding the colors for a quilt, my mind goes blank, or it takes me forever to decide on a color scheme, let alone the HOURS I spend in the fabric store deciding on fabrics. With Charm packs and Jelly Rolls, I know the fabrics are going to match perfectly and with them being precut, it saves me hours of cutting time. Every quilt I’ve made with Charms and Jellies have turned out gorgeous. I’ve never been disappointed.

    —Troi on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE pre-cut fabric of all types! I seem to always have difficulty in cutting my own fabric. As a result, my quilt squares are not always the same size and do not sew together well! With pre-cut fabric everything works better! Plus I travel for a living so pre-cut fabric travels well and is easy for me to cut into smaller pieces for my applique quilts!

    —Susan M on August 23, 2012
  • I really like fat quarters. It’s an easy and quick way to get several fabrics that blend well together to use with a background color for a quilt, no matter what size quilt you are assembling!

    —Donna Stockdill on August 23, 2012
  • I really enjoy the pre-cut fabrics. Getting a jelly roll with a whole line of coordinated fabric really makes quilting quick & fun. I usually don’t mind the cutting, but using the pre-cuts really speeds things up. Also, there are so many nice patterns available now.

    —Judie on August 23, 2012
  • I think the thing I love best about jelly rolls and charm packs is getting one of every piece of that particular fabric line. They are just too tempting not to have one of each!

    —Liz on August 23, 2012
  • I love fat quarters and charm packs for the variety they give my stash. It’s also so fun to have a piece of everything because most shops can’t or don’t stock the entire lines. I also love having pre-cuts of 5″ charms, jelly roll strips, etc. because it is becoming difficult for me to stand and cut for long periods of time.

    —Synthia Noble on August 23, 2012
  • i love charm packs, jelly rolls and layer cake packs because i can get coordinating fabric all together, and make spectacular quilts!!

    —Marybeth P on August 23, 2012
  • I like the charm packs best of all.

    —Shirley Ardoin on August 23, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts because they offer so many possibilities for quilting/sewing exploration. The charm packs are great for fast quilts (especially baby quilts), for backings to cross-stitched pinkeeps, or to be folded and stitched onto other cloth as origami fabric appliques. Layer cakes can be transformed into tote bags and purses, placemats & table runners. Jelly rolls & honeybuns can be transformed into strip quilts or striped skirts or Seminole patchwork borders. Turnovers make sewing triangle projects fast & easy. And best of all, each pre-cut pack is color-coordinated so I don’t have to fuss over color choices. Every project turns out looking great. Because they are die cut, they are the best options for teaching a newbie or a young seamstress how to quilt or sew.

    trillium on August 23, 2012
  • What could be easier. They are pre-cut. Great for quick projects, baby quilts and charity quilts.

    Kathy Craig on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are fun and easy to work with and let creativity flow; every gorgeous print from the fabric line already cut and wrapped in a nice neat bundle is easy on the eye, easy to store and easy to use! Love to have a few on hand for those gift occasions that one has forgotten about or given late notice. Can’t decide which fabrics to choose for projects…get them ALL with precut bundles. Now how easy is that????

    —Lynn on August 23, 2012
  • Whoever thought of ‘precuts’ was brilliant! A real friend to quilters who live far from a quilting shop. Everything in one pack on that day when you really must make something!

    —Buddug West on August 23, 2012
  • I love charm packs and jelly rolls because they save so much time. The fabrics are all picked for you and go wonderfully together and they are all cut and ready to go!

    —Verna on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are one of the best quilting inventions ever! Couple the precuts with books by Carrie Nelson and Terry Martin and I have instant success!

    —Ginny on August 23, 2012
  • I just love that the colors are already co-ordinated for me and the cuts are all perfect! LOL.

    —Kathy Manchester on August 23, 2012
  • I love that precuts save time, since the cutting is done! I also like the fact that I can sample all the patterns in a line without purchasing 40 cuts of fabric.

    —Pat V. on August 23, 2012
  • Beautiful colors, fabric which sews easily and has modern or retro designs. What could be better when it’s all tied up with a pretty ribbon! Moda fabrics and Me & My Sister Designs thanks so much for always having products that we can depend on! I appreciate all the extra work on your part for my convience and sewing fun.

    Mary McCoy on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the cutting is already done and that you get a sampling of each fabric in a collection. Thanks for the great give-away!

    —Courtney Elwell on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the precuts for their timesaving tips and i love getting a variety of fabrics. There are also so many cute patterns! I love Me and My Sisters Designs. I have made a couple of quilts with their fabric lines.

    —beth f. on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts! The fabrics play well together and it saves me time, all the better to get projects done more quickly. I’m slow enough as it is! 🙂

    —EvelynH on August 23, 2012
  • Love the convenience of the pre-cuts. Makes life easier wth the coordinated fabrics so that you can start a project right away!I don’t have to search for the"right" fabric.Saves time from cutting and gives me more time to devote to sewing.

    Deb C. on August 23, 2012
  • I sometimes have the hardest time picking coordinating fabrics and when I do, it could take hours and hours. I work full time and pre-cuts make it possible for me to get a special project together in a jiffy for family and friends.

    —Donna Harrington on August 23, 2012
  • All sizes of the precut fabrics are great. The lady (couldn’t be a man) that came up with that idea deserves a gold star and a gold medal. They save so much time, and the bundles are already coordinated. All we quilters need is time, we don’t even need a pattern. And, think of all the NICU, kids and charity quilts we can make in a short amount of time.

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because they are the most economical way to get many different pieces of fabric that coordinate together perfectly. And they save time. Because I like to make gifts, I buy Jelly rolls, Charm packs, and Layer cakes of any fabric I really like to keep on hand so that when I feel like sewing, all I have to do is pick a pattern and I have the perfect precut fabrics in my cupboard.

    Susan on August 23, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts for the ease of use. Also I LOVE fabric variety and this comes to me in small bits.Thank you.

    Arlene Hemmingson on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts! There are so many quick & easy quilt & project patterns for them. :o)

    —Susan on August 23, 2012
  • The quality of the Moda fabrics speaks for itself – not only luscious colors, but also a quality woven fibre product. And the pre-cuts? Well, they are just the cutting edge (ha ha) of fabrics just meant for those of us who adore quilting.

    —Gail M on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because I can use a lot of different fabrics to make scrappy quilts and they all go together. It’s fast and easy and so much fun.

    —Susan Griffith on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the precuts don’t take much space, that I get every fabric in a collection so it is a bit like a sample, and that I don’t have to spend a great deal of money for them.

    —Joanna on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts for easy, quick quilt projects (such as placemats – they each can be slightly different but all go together), tote bags, runners, etc. Can easily play with the pieces to get things just right!!

    —Hazel Jacoby on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are great because I’m a worry-wort about cutting a straight, even line and they take that fear out of the equation. Not to mention they’re usually designed around a line and it takes that guess-work out of what goes with what.

    —Michelle H. on August 23, 2012
  • I buy my fabric mostly online, so it’s really nice to be able to get a yummy bundle of 5″, 10″ or 2 1/2″ strip of the whole collection. The color for sure would look beautiful together, and can have the scrappy look with the finished quilts sometimes. Save me a lot of time with cutting and shopping for co-ordinating pieces.

    Thank you so much for the giveaway.

    —Rita on August 23, 2012
  • I love them because the save so much time and stress in agonizing over fabric choices. They are great when I need a quick quilt, just grab a pre-cut and go!

    —Jackie on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that I don’t have to cut any fabric, match any fabric and can just sit down and sew. The precuts are all fun in my book

    —Chris on August 23, 2012
  • I love the amount of time I can save by not having to cut the fabrics and also that everything is coordinated so I don’t have to think about coordinating fabrics.

    —Judy on August 23, 2012
  • I love the layer Cakes and Jelly rolls because when I am working on my service quilts for the Breast Cancer Centers, they are so fun and uplifting! Everyone loves the fabrics and prints and I get to spend more time making more quilts for the places that need them-they are my 1st choice for my 911 National Day of Service work because I can do so much and everyone at the centers love the fabrics, prints, colors, and they are all different! Thank you for helping me turn out so much more for these special people!

    —Deb Russell on August 23, 2012
  • i’m loving pre-cuts! i did a jelly roll race and it was a blast and i didn’t have to worry about my colors not "going" together. i’m new to quilting and so far one of my problems is coordinating fabrics and of
    course there is acurate measuring! so this solves both problems and i can sew, sew, sew. i have found most of the time is in the "preparation" and sometimes that gets boring for me…..very time consuming stuff.

    —janice evans on August 23, 2012
  • My Great Niece/Nephew is due to be born in January and I would love to win these fabrics to make the most amazing cot/crib quilt and diaper bag for her or him as a big welcome not only nito the world but into our very large and loving family.Having precut fabrics means that I could spend a lot more love on the quilt than time having to cut each piece.

    —Dawn Mason on August 23, 2012
  • Having a variety of fabrics is great even for my art quilts! I don’t have to buy a big piece when I need smaller pieces.

    —Marlene on August 23, 2012
  • I think the best thing about the precut fabrics is that you can get started right away to make a great project and all the colors match perfectly! Ann

    —Ann Boehm on August 23, 2012
  • I love to use precuts because they are coordinated so then scrappy quilts look planned and so "put together". I do lots of quilts for our local shelter for abused women and their children. The most rewarding thing I have ever had the privilege of doing

    —Rsgna Rogero on August 23, 2012
  • I was able to make my grand daughters summer dresses so easy by sewing strips of fat quarters together with a shirred top. They were done in no time at all..and they loved them. I have made so many things with the precuts in half the time it would have taken to use yardage. I am so grateful for precuts, I had to cut them out with scissors 30yrs ago. Thank you for precuts…..

    —Loretta on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that they are all co-ordinating fabrics. It takes all the stress and guesswork out of deciding what fabrics go together and which ones don’t. They save so much time when I am in a hurry.

    —Bonnie Larson on August 23, 2012
  • I just love Me and My Sister designs! Precuts are so much fun, and the quilts patterns are endless. It is always a problem of what to make next….too many choices, and so little time! Even my 4 year old granddaughter enjoys playing with pieces of fabric. It is great to have all the precuts already co-ordinated for me, I am not the best in selecting colors always. I would LOVE to win this lovely fabric.
    Cynthia Fedak

    —Cynthia Fedak on August 23, 2012
  • There are two things I like/love about the precuts: 1) The cutting is pretty much done for me and 2) I can get a variety of coordinated fabrics to work with on a project. Who doesn’t love that? I sure do!

    —Karen L. on August 23, 2012
  • I had decided not to enter anymore give aways but I love fabric. The precut fabrics help me because I am disabled and have some problems cutting fabric. The jelly rolls are easy for me to do 2″ or " cuts and I love buying fat quarters because I can get such beautiful fabric cheaper.

    Alena Mccrum on August 23, 2012
  • I love to use all the pre-cuts. I do use a lot of the 2 1/2″ pieces and they can be used in so many designs. Moda has put together such great colors and designs, it makes it fun to find patterns to go with the fabrics. The pre-cuts save you so much time that you can jump right in and start sewing. There is very little waste, if any with the pre-cuts which is very cost efficient.

    —Connie on August 23, 2012
  • I love the VARIETY… that you can get every single pattern in a collection. I am addicted to pre-cuts! I love to collect them… they are easy to buy, a small commitment and great to have on hand.

    Jill Masek on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts, but the zig-zag edges on jelly-rolls drives me crazy! lol… I love the variety of colours that I get w/o having to choose them myself.

    —Linda V on August 23, 2012
  • I like the variety of so many different fabrics and the way the different fabrics all look good together. I tend to agonize over putting a variety of fabrics together that are not from the same line.

    Rita E in AZ on August 23, 2012
  • I love using them because they are accurately pre cut. I can use them for many different projects and get a variety of fabrics for a scrappy quilt or bag without standing for hours at the fabric counter waiting for small pieces of fabric to be cut.

    Marian Marchand on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because all the fabrics are picked out for you and you can combine them all into one quilt. Easy!
    thanks for the giveaway.

    Carrie P. on August 23, 2012
  • I love that they are all from the same line of fabric so everything blends together. I love picking out fabric, but sometimes just like a quick and easy way by having someone else do it for me in the form of precuts.

    —Karen Fox on August 23, 2012
  • I absolutely LOVE to sew scrap quilts; buying a precut fabric line means all my pieces (colors) will go together without my worrying about it. I also love being able to zip up a baby quilt… almost without thinking. At my age (80) that is another plus! ;>)

    —Edwina on August 23, 2012
  • I like to make Log Cabin quilts, but I have some difficulty cutting narrow strips. The jelly rolls are just so perfect for this! And with the coordinated colors, a log cabin pillow looks great every time!

    —Lynne on August 23, 2012
  • What I love best is the different fabrics. It is hard for me to choose colors/prints for a quilt. I just don’t have the knack. I have tried but end up with primary colors and no prints at all. This does not make for a very pretty project! Just looking at a Jelly Roll or precut pieces makes me smile.

    —Dianne Reed on August 23, 2012
  • I love making scrap quilts so precut fabrics are perfect for me. With precuts I get a smaller amount of more fabrics – more colors and designs to play with.

    —lindawwww on August 23, 2012
  • I have made several quilts with the jelly rolls that were fun to sew….more time creating, less time shopping around.

    —Jeanette on August 23, 2012
  • I love the accuracy of pre-cuts. They all go together and I can start my project right away. Moda fabric is my favorite, too. It seems to have a silky kind of feel. Precuts save so much time. Very generous give away, thank you.

    —Mary Ann Thompson on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly rolls, fat quarters, layer cakes? Who wouldn’t want to play with these! I love the fact they are non-fattening and come in so many delicious flavors 🙂

    —Paula on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that the bundle includes fabrics that blend. I am "color-challenged" and this helps tremendously when sewing.

    —Shelor on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are the fastest way to a quick quilt. all of the selecting and cutting already done. Just pick a pattern and start to sew!

    —Charlotte Lorenzo on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are wonderful! You get so much variety that would cost a fortune otherwise. I like the connivence of storage. I can put my pattern with the pre-cut and extra needed for borders in one small container, and be ready to grab and sew, no looking for the just right fabric. Thank you for the great giveaway.

    —Judy Bowes on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE the time savings of pre-cuts! I make birthday quilts each year for my immediate family. The total count is @ 14 currently and if I didn’t have access to precut material, I’d never be able to sleep again.

    —Ilene on August 23, 2012
  • I am in love with pre-cuts. Saves time and money, gives you a nice coordinated look to your projects, and makes your projects quick, easy and fun!

    —Nancy McCoy on August 23, 2012
  • Book authors have given us MANY ideas on how to use the precuts. The precuts are GREAT!!! They give me a chance to get an entire line of one manufacturer’s fabric for a reasonable cost. Then I can take the precut apart to use separately or use it in it’s entirety. And I’ll also be able to pick out my favorites to purchase more of.

    jackie thompson on August 23, 2012
  • You can make so many different things from them. Also they are fun to collect!!

    —Debbie h on August 23, 2012
  • What’s NOT to like??? I don’t have to worry over color & print choices and the cutting is already done for me. All I have to do is dive into the creative part of quilting! Love it!

    Terry SailingKnitter on August 23, 2012
  • I like that with pre-cuts you get a small quantity of many different fabrics. And if you choose to use them all together, they are all coordinated for you. Lately the number of gorgeous fabric collections is huge and pre-cuts allow us to get samplings of many fabrics without breaking the bank.

    —Lisa Marie on August 23, 2012
  • it takes the worry out of putting different fabrics together…that look great together

    —barbara on August 23, 2012
  • Part of my joy in quilting is seeing my stash as I work. Folded fat quarters and larger pieces are beautiful but so symetrical. Jelly rolls and layer cakes add visual punch to my fabric stash, perking my imagination for new ideas in my quilting undertakings.

    —Sandy on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to use fabric from the entire line. Also, it is already cut! What could be better?

    —Barbara Thompson on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety you get with the pre-cuts and of course the fact that you can jump right into sewing without too much cutting prep work (if any at all!)

    —Amanda on August 23, 2012
  • Layer cakes and jelly rolls, sounds so yummy and they are. They save so much time in cutting. I love the fact that they have all the different prints in each line. I love opening them up and looking, its just like a great dessert at the end of a wonderful day.

    —Sandy Lewis on August 23, 2012
  • I love them all, they give you such a variety of fabrics for scrappy quilts, or small projects without having to have them cut off the bolt. They make things so much easier. There is also less waste with the pre- cuts, which is even better, I hate throwing fabric out.

    Laurie P on August 23, 2012
  • Fabric is getting more expensive, and so I feel there’s less waste with pre-cuts – especially now that there are all sorts of patterns and books out there designed to be made with them. It’s expensive to buy yardage or even fat quarters of a whole fabric line, particularly if you’re doing a bed or table runner, or a wallhanging or other smaller project. Plus, the work of measuring and cutting is already done. Not to mention, they just look so cool in my stash!

    —Jane on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that they are coordinated with each other.

    —Kathrynn on August 23, 2012
  • I love ALL pre-cuts! Jelly Rolls make me Jolly as they all match and go together so quickly. Layer Cakes are the Frosting before making beautiful quilts from them – it becomes a "PIECE OF CAKE". Charm Packs are so versatile to use by themselves or filling in gaps when using other Charming precuts. And, Fat Quarters are the ones that let me make stunning quilts in a Flash!

    Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • Love the precut part – I can’t make a mistake and waste fabric!! And the gorgeous color combinations that just can’t be wrong……wonderful concept are precuts!!!

    —Judy Stolz on August 23, 2012
  • I bake every day of my life…so what better way to get me sewing than cake-related fabric goodies? Jelly rolls, layer cakes, turnovers….mmm …and don’t even get me started on the convenience or the glorious colorways! These collections are the fabric version of dessert! (and the charm packs are just plain adorable…). Thank you for the contest entry! 🙂

    —Blondie on August 23, 2012
  • The time saved in choosing colors and cutting

    —Linda on August 23, 2012
  • I love working with precuts because the time I save cutting I can use for creative thinking on how to use the fabric for the biggest impact.
    Having precuts from the same line gives the quilt that comfy co-ordinated look. I can always rely on Moda for good quality and creative fabric.

    —Barb Boyd on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get to use all of the different fabrics in a line to make a quilt very easy. Great for beginners to start out and get hooked on quilting! Makes getting a project started and completed much quicker. Love these additions to our "tools" in quilting. Thanks!!!

    —Kimberly P on August 23, 2012
  • I love having all the fabrics in a particular line — I would never buy yardage in some of the colorways, but in precuts, it gives me a chance to try out new colors!

    —Michele Van Epps on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because you can have the whole line without having to buy every single piece. This makes is so much easier to match your project blocks. It is fun to have it all occasionally.

    —Jeanette on August 23, 2012
  • THE best part I like about jelly rolls, layer cakes, and charm packs are that they come
    PRE CUT…YEA!
    Thanks. =^..^=

    —Wendi M. on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts do three things for me immediately. Whatever color and design attracts me to the top piece, I can be sure that I will find a dozen or more coordinating pieces to go with that focus piece. Secondly, the obvious, skip cutting. And finally, you can take these pieces and play around with the design, size, shape of the layout. It’s like a fabric buffet!

    Jackie on August 23, 2012
  • Being very new to quilting, color/fabric matching is very overwhelming. I love the fact that they have done all the matching for you in the assorted sizes. And even a bigger plus for me when I find a pattern that calls for those specific sizes that are pre-cut. Picking fabrics that match is such a daunting task, these precut color matched sets are a God send for a newbie like me!!

    —Lynn Kluczynski on August 23, 2012
  • As a beginner in quilting, using the precuts makes it easier. If I can conquer the sewing together into a quilt, then next I can try cutting myself. But getting the precuts also saves me a lot of time. But I like all the variety I can get for my quilts.

    Geri Salisbury on August 23, 2012
  • what I like of the precuts is that you don´t have to worry about the color combination they´ve done it for you, and also cutting the strips, you don´t loose fabric by cutting wrong. When you have only a little table to cut and sew it´s a heaven on earth.

    —els on August 23, 2012
  • I love having the entire line of fabrics ready to go. I usually add my favorite fabric as larger pieces.

    —Connie on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts, especially Jelly Rolls! They are so versitile, and I love getting all the different patterns in a group, and knowing they all go together. And they are so easy to work with!!! Love Jelly Rolls!!!!

    —Pat on August 23, 2012
  • Wow! I love all the precuts. I have a good share of the charm packs and recently been getting the Layer Cakes, too. The can be used as is or cut into Charm Squares. So versatile!

    —Bonnie L on August 23, 2012
  • I love scrap quilts and precuts lend themselves to making the best scrap quilts. What fun!

    —Linda Pickenpaugh on August 23, 2012
  • I love the new pre-cut fabrics because they give you color coordinated array of fabrics that takes the guesswork out of matching. It’s provides just enough to create a wonderful project without spending time preparing to sew and very little waste. I reminds me of convenient pre-cut fruits and veggies that have made food preparation so time saving for the busy homemaker. I would love to win some of these precuts as i have not had an opportunity to use them yet as I am trying to use up my stash of fabric that I have acquired over the years from garment sewing. Thanks for the opportunity to win some great fabric!

    —Rosemary on August 23, 2012
  • I like the for simple reasons: nice variety, and also a jelly roll can make an instant binding!

    —Andy K on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts for two reasons. First, they are ready to go. When I am ready to start sewing I don’t have to take time to use the rotary cutter. Second, I love that I can get every fabric that is in the designer’s collection. I could never find a fabric store where I could buy every fabric in a collection. The precuts are the BEST INVENTION SINCE THE ROTARY CUTTER!

    Karen M on August 23, 2012
  • These are great for beginning quilters; this gets them hooked and ready to move forward. You get to use the whole line of the fabric in your project. Makes getting the project started and completed when in a hurry. LOVE this added to our tools of quilting…

    —Kimberly P on August 23, 2012
  • I love getting all the fabrics in an affordable format, and not having to do much cutting. Charm squares are my all-time favorite!

    Ruth on August 23, 2012
  • If you are not sure what fabrics go together, you can’t go wrong with pre-cuts. I love them for a fast quilt project as a gift and never can go wrong when choosing one of the fabrics for my quiltback. Everyone thinks I have a great way of choosing colors for the quilts but it is my secret and I only share with other quilter. Oh the possiblities you have with pre-cuts, it is endless and great for a busy working gal.

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • I appreciate the variety of colors I can get in using fat quarters. I love scrap quilts.

    —donna riley on August 23, 2012
  • Hi-what I like best is that now you, the folks at Martingale, are partnering with the designers and producing books that actually use the pre-cuts to their best advantage. We (the sewers and quilters) use your books with patterns that call for the pre-cuts, and oila! we get fabulous quilts, without wasting fabric, because the pattern called for the pre-cuts. In an economy where everyone is watching their pennies and the price of good fabric has jumped significantly, that’s a good thing! Thanks so much for all that you do to help us enjoy our hobby to the fullest! Put your thinking caps on and keep coming up with(and printing) great books for pre-cuts!

    —Peggie Riccio on August 23, 2012
  • The reason that I love Jelly Rolls and similar cuts of fabric is that I can handle them easier. Whoopie!!!!

    —Claire Dorenkamp on August 23, 2012
  • I really love the variety of prints and colors in a precut. They all coordinate and it seems like a good value as well for such a variety.

    —Rebecca S. on August 23, 2012
  • I have added this to my favourites for refence at it has the best information for a beginner like me! Thanks!

    —Jayshanny on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best – of course, it’s the no cutting or less cutting. Easy to use shapes that turn into beautiful quilts. Love it. Now, FQs, they are manageable sizes, that give you enough fabric to make multiple blocks.

    —Lynn D in NC on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite things about precuts are that your getting a piece of every fabric in the line and it’s all color coordinated for you. What can be better than that? You’re ready to sew! ;-> Thanks for the generous giveaway!

    —Toni Anne Potter on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls for quick piecing and jelly roll races! I love layers cakes and charm packs because you get a sample of all the fabrics in a line. Yeah!

    —KarenH on August 23, 2012
  • There are actually two things I like most about precuts. The first is of course the ease with which they can be used. Second, I love the quality of the fabric from which they are made. Combine those two aspects and you get beautiful, high quality projects with much less of the tedium! Love them!!

    —Penny Simmons on August 23, 2012
  • I loved the little tins with the pattern and 4″ squares, they were very cute, creative and great for a quick project! I did several and they are some of my favorites!

    —merle hooley on August 23, 2012
  • I love to design quick quilts for beginners with pre-cut strips and charm paks. It takes the tedium of cutting out of the equation! Great for advanced quilters as well as novice piecers, the entire collection provides a cohesive color coordinated quilting adventure waiting to happen!

    —Nadine on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety of the fabrics included in the pre-cut bundles. Most of the time fabric shops will carry only a part of a fabric line and to get the variety and # of pieces in a pre-cut bundle you may have to search several shops and/or spend more time to create and assemble a bundle.
    In short, buying a pre-cut bundle gives a great variety of fabrics from the fabric line and saves precious time spent in assembling a bundle of your own…precious time that could be spent stitching!

    —Laurel on August 23, 2012
  • I loved the little tins with the pattern and 4″ squares, they were very cute, creative and great for a quick project! They have included some complex patterns that in a small package and project work great. I did several and they are some of my favorites!

    —merle hooley on August 23, 2012
  • I like the pre-cuts because they are so versatile. And it’s a real no-brainer to use them to make a quick gift for someone.

    —Janet Frank on August 23, 2012
  • I love the Layer Cakes because I do a lot of scrap quilts and I know that I will have enough corridated fabrics to make the scrap quilt go together and the colors will blend very well. They are great because I do not have to do a lot of shopping arround and trying to match the colors.

    —jarenie trachier on August 23, 2012
  • Oh I adore precuts! The best thing about them is that you get to see the whole fabric line all together in one place. I use precuts so very often!

    Letty on August 23, 2012
  • Certainly NO CUTTING and the blends of colors | fabrics are all right there ready to begin a project when the urge | time | energy and need all come together. LOVE, LOVE Precuts.

    carol on August 23, 2012
  • I like the idea that the cutting is done ahead of time and that will allow me to start sewing more quickly.

    —joyce mosby on August 23, 2012
  • I love quilting, but cutting out hundreds of pieces irritates my arthritis. So, the less cutting I have to do is all to the good.

    —Paula Jaquez on August 23, 2012
  • I’ve used charm packs for a variety of projects that needed a scrappy look…easy way to add to the stash without buying lots of yardage. Also I keep lots of 2-1/2 inch strips on hand and the jellyrolls can add some excitement to the those!

    Siobhan on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that precuts give you many fabrics, so more fabrics in each quilt without having to buy yardage of each fabric.

    —Nina on August 23, 2012
  • Do you know how long it takes to put together fabrics for a quilt or project??? FOREVER, and that’s time I could be using to sew instead. By purchasing a jelly roll or collection, I can audition certain fabrics without buying a whole yard of each. If I find one that is outstanding for the borders or perhaps the background then I get yardage of one instead of several and not using them. The collections take all the guess work out of the selection every time.

    —Jeannette Cyr on August 23, 2012
  • These offerings take all the guesswork out of fabric selection. They have preselected patterns that work so well together. Sometimes, I like to take one of the packs over to the bolts to help with the coordination process.

    —Kathy on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because I can play with color and pattern more than if I just bought yardage…

    —Rochelle in Canada on August 23, 2012
  • I love using Jelly Rolls because you can incorporate an entire line of fabric in your quilts which makes the quilt much more interesting than using only a few fabrics.

    —Nancy Parker on August 23, 2012
  • I love getting the variety of color and print in one package. The guesswork is gone as to "do these really go together?" and there are so many wonderful patterns for the pre-cuts now. My job is easier and faster!

    —Vickie - Tucson on August 23, 2012
  • I like the precuts for the variety of coordinating fabrics, and of course that they are cut to size.

    —Gwendolyn Clark on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite part of using precuts is that I get a piece of every fabric in the collection; something I can’t afford when buying yardage.

    —Pat Anderson on August 23, 2012
  • I love the selection you get with precuts. It’s so much fun to flip through all of the fabrics, oohing and ahhing over all the pretty patterns that you probably wouldn’t get to see all in one place any other way.

    —Christi on August 23, 2012
  • I’ve never used any precuts, so I’d love the opportunity to try them out. I’ve always cut and sewn my own. It seems, though, that the color combinations all together in one pack would be the most appealing to me.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    —Jackie on August 23, 2012
  • The first time I made a quilt on my own, I bought two jelly rolls and a pattern and very quickly made a quilt. It got me hooked. Now I quilt all the time making about 8-10 quilts a year as I am still working full time. I can’t wait to retire. Even if I don’t have a project right now I still buy precuts. They are addictive. It is hard to pass a sale…. or a chance to win a contest!!!!

    —Barb on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls because being an art director and packaging designer I love seeing them put together and then disassembling them to see all the varieties. I recently gave the task to my staff to pick out fabric so I can make them something special for Christmas. I brought in a bunch of batik jelly rolls and boy was that a hit!

    —Carrie on August 23, 2012
  • I like the variety of fabrics that match taking the guess work out of having to mix and match.

    —Lourdes Fay on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to work with a whole collection of fabrics. I enjoy having the strips and squares already cut, such a time saver.

    —Ellen on August 23, 2012
  • I can get "down-to-business" right away! I don’t have much time to sew, so the precuts really help me start a project!

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • What do I like about Moda precut fabric? It would be easier to say what I don’t like; well, that would be having to make a decision on how to use them all! A bunch of beautiful fabrics, that I don’t have to search for, that I don’t have to coordinate and that I don’t have to cut, but that I can sit down and play with!!

    —Pat Dawson on August 23, 2012
  • LOVE THAT THE FABRIC IS ALL CUT AND CORDINATES. I LOVE TO MAKE SCRAPPY TYPE OF QUILTS WHICH HELPS USES UP SMALLER PIECES WITHOUT WORRING THAT I MAY BE A FEW INCHES SHORT OF A FABRIC. PRECUT ALSO SAVES TIME FOR MY BUSY SCHEDULE!

    —RUTH M on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can get the whole collection of fabrics of a specific line by designers I love at a reasonable price. The ease of working with the precuts is wonderful!

    —Jan Strickler on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I can just pull them out and start sewing. That means I can see my finish project much faster. Plus I don’t have to stress over color choices. The fabrics go together nicely.

    —Tammy on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety of fabric in the precuts. So many colors and I can afford the small price of the pre-cuts versus buying yardage to get a sample of the whole line of fabric. Usually after receiving my precuts I end up ordering some of the fabrics to finish my project. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to win some of the new fabrics.

    —Cheri Williams on August 23, 2012
  • I really like pre-cuts because I spend less time cutting and more time sewing:-)

    —Gina on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre cuts because there is little waste, they coordinate well,no fuss no mess.

    Marj

    —Marjorie Coffey on August 23, 2012
  • I just made a Jelly Roll quilt last week and it turned out so beautiful because of the Moda Jelly Roll I purchased. All of the squares on my quilt matched just perfectly. I love the beautiful combinations of fabric in the Jelly Rolls. The only problem I have is picking out which Jelly Roll to choose for the next quilt.

    —Diane Roberts on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the pre-cuts because they are so easy to work with and save me so much time. I can start sewing a project almost as soon as I chose the pattern. And it’s so much easier to handle small pieces of fabric rather than cutting into large pieces of yardage.

    —Heartsdesire on August 23, 2012
  • I like getting all of the fabrics in a collection and it forces me to use some that I wouldn’t have purchased otherwise, thereby expanding my horizons and sometimes leading to other interesting projects.

    —Jill Reynolds on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE Moda precuts – other precuts don’t compare to Moda for fabric selection and accurate cuts. Precuts save me time and they are so much fun to "play with"!! Thanks for the great giveaway!!

    —Aggiequilter on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety, the fact that one can see all the fabrics in a line (few quilt stores carry the entire line), the coordinated scrappy look, the price–it would cost a fortune to buy an 1/8 yard of each fabric, and of course the convenience. What’s not to like about pre-cuts!

    —KATY on August 23, 2012
  • I love getting to a set of fabrics that are so well matched. I can begin a project right away instead of trying to collect fabrics that go together. In addition, there is the fact that I am expanding my stash exponentially.
    Sandy

    —Sandra Sparks on August 23, 2012
  • I love fat quarters because I am a scrap quilter and I can get 4 fat quarters for about the same price as a one yard of fabric and have four different colors to create with!

    Judi Rizzo on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can make a color-coordinated quilt so easily!

    —Julie Thomas on August 23, 2012
  • I love the convenience of the pre-cut packages. It has proven to be a big plus for my students as it removes the time consuming and sometimes inaccurate cutting process.

    —Carla Bower on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts as it gets me to my sewing machine faster, great variety of fabrics all combined, and many quilting patterns designed to use precuts.

    —Kate on August 23, 2012
  • I am a new quilter and I rely on the jelly rolls to have the right colors in them. The color range is excellent. Some are more suitable for baby quilts and some for men. It is hard to find colors for men. But with the prepackaged fabric it takes no time at all to put together the quilts for men.

    —valerie soltis on August 23, 2012
  • I have health challenges and find cutting fabric very difficult. With the pre-cut fabrics, there is no cutting required so I can get straight to the good part-sewing the quilt!

    —Angela on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are like boxes of chocolates. You can never just stop at one! Love the scrappy look–a little bit of heaven in each bite of fabric!

    —Sylvia Youngblut on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE that the precut fabrics are all coordinated and the guesswork is taken from my brain! All I usually have to do is coordinate a solid to go with the vast assortment of designs. I love the jelly roles and have made a ton of runners so fast for gifts. Moda has the most amazing designers for their fabric pre-cuts and it inspires me to want to be one of them, someday!

    —Esmeralda Carter on August 23, 2012
  • I love fabulous colors and patterns in today’s fabric selections. The charm packs and jelly rolls are fun and easy to use.

    —Pat M on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can easily play around with the fabrics and begin to imagine what I will create. A lot harder to do that with large pieces of fabric. So many possibilities!

    —Linda Nelson on August 23, 2012
  • The reason why I prefer pre-cuts is that I don’t really enjoy cutting and having that part all done is really nice. And it’s also easier to figure out how the quilt will look in the end. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

    —Paula on August 23, 2012
  • I love to use precuts because they save so much time. Appreciate all the information posted on the different ways to use them.

    —Beverley Moore on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts because then you can experience the entire line! I often order a charm pack and then I can dream from there! Next step- I will proceed to design a quilt from my selected fabrics. The charm pack is an easy design reference to take shopping. Perhaps I only need a layer cake, or fat eighths and some yardage to make my project! And best of all- the charm pack never goes to waste. It is there to add clever embellishments, prairie points, covered buttons or an interesting backing! Delicious!

    —Judy Toelle on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about pre cuts is I get to sample a whole line of fabric for a relativly small amount of money. When I buy off the bolt I spend more. Also, the pre cuts give me some that I might not have picked out on my own.

    —pam on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that they encompass the entire line of fabric and they all coordinate.

    —Nancy Ankeney on August 23, 2012
  • One word: WONDERFUL

    —Leetha Tomlinson on August 23, 2012
  • I have the most difficulty selecting fabrics so I thoroughly appreciate that someone has developed families of fabric and now with being able to purchase yardage, plus pre-cuts of families of fabrics it has made my world wonderful!!!

    —Joni on August 23, 2012
  • I love the look of precuts. They are so nice and neat looking and shows off the whole line of fabric. I would be awesome to win some precuts. Thanks for the opportunity.

    —Kathy B on August 23, 2012
  • I love love love precuts .. All of them are great especially for a new quilter like me. They are cut so that avoids cutting errors & makes it easier to complete your project without errors. I’ve bought jellyrolls, charms & layers but so far have been using the charms.

    —Patricia Rigg on August 23, 2012
  • I have always made all my quilts the old fashioned way . . . cut every square with my own hands – I look forward to trying a jelly roll. Thanks for all the information on your web site!

    —Sondra Boss on August 23, 2012
  • I prefer to save my aching hands for sewing rather than killing them with the rotary cutter. And they are always cut much more accurately than I can cut!!

    —Jessica on August 23, 2012
  • I love the ease of use with pre-cuts. In particular, I love the Moda fabric line. It is always current, exciting and interesting. It would be fun to win. Thank you.

    —Rosanne Sharkey on August 23, 2012
  • I adore pre-cuts! They are a great way to get a taste of every print in a line and all of the coordinating has already been done for us. You really can’t go wrong and there are always so many options. Thank you for the opportunity to put my name in the hat!

    Ranch Wife on August 23, 2012
  • I love the chance to sample all the fabrics in one designer line. The fact that they are cut into usable-right-away pieces makes it that much more special. I have used the squares as-is as well as the strips. I’ve also used the strips to sew together and cross cut for backgrounds and diamond shapes. How easy can it get?

    —Elena Sinsay on August 23, 2012
  • I like that I don’t have to waste time agonizing over whether or not fabrics will match and I can still have a lot of fabrics in my quilt. It is great for those of us who are still learning to trust our colour sense

    —Tara Starzomski on August 23, 2012
  • Okay, I admit it–I’ve never tried any of the pre-cuts. I’m retired and living on social security so I can’t risk spending money on something I"m not sure of. Having said that I really would love to try them. Thanks for the chance to be a winner.

    —Suzie on August 23, 2012
  • I was recently introduced to lasagna quilts — what a breeze to put together. We were using this technique to make quilt tops for Project Linus, and this was an easy project to put together using jelly rolls.

    —Lynne Harrison on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because of the variety. I love seeing all of the fabrics in a line and using them in a quilt or other sewing project. I also love that the cutting is done for me.

    Tricia on August 23, 2012
  • My love to make Jelly Roll Race quilts, quick and easy and so fun.

    —Donna Rae Hays on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts save so much time and I don’t have to worry about matching colors. Love to use them in all kinds of projects.

    —Judy Purcell on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get a little bit of a whole collection. My favorite thing to do with the charm squares is make baby doll quilts for all my granddaughters!

    —Susie on August 23, 2012
  • They’re great time savers!! And cuts are accurate!

    —Carli on August 23, 2012
  • I appreciate the great definitions of the different pre-cut fabrics. I had never thought to use a jelly roll to make the backing for a quilt. It would also be a great way to use up scraps. Such a great bright back for a baby quilt. With my first grandchild, every picture I got of her on the quilt she was on the back side of the quilt so the front would not get stained with spit-up. For the second grandchild I made a pieced back so she had more to look at while lying on it.

    Donna Olson on August 23, 2012

    Donna Olson on August 23, 2012
  • I love Jelly Rolls! I love not having to cut the fabric myself and the are so many books and patterns that use Jelly Rolls now. I like being able to make only a few cuts and jump into piecing my tops. Thank you for a chance in this giveaway!

    —Lori B. on August 23, 2012
  • Precut fabrics are like magnets to me,"draw in" instant attention and ready for immediate use.
    Thanks sew much for sharing a great give away!

    Rita on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because I can start a top quicker. No cutting, just piecing!

    —Vicki Maynard on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts as they allow me to have the entire line without having to purchase large amounts of fabric. And they are oh so handy for making quick projects like tote bags & small quilts or whatever projects get you excited.

    —Joy Bradley on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best about pre-cuts is that there are patterns designed with pre-cuts in mind! I haven’t tried it yet but I love the idea and would love to give it go.

    —Elizabeth Kuntz on August 23, 2012
  • Love those pre cuts. I can sew right away. all those colors and patterns make me a happy camper, er happy sewer I mean.

    —Barbara bowman on August 23, 2012
  • I just love all that I can do with Jelly Rolls from making borders to seiwing all the strips together to form mirages, making Log Cabins abd so much more. Charm packs are great for making baby quilts to sewing them together to make a twister quilt. Pre cut fabrics save time which is what is important when you need to make a quit ASAP. Thank you

    Ja'net Nieuwenhuyse on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the pre-cuts, you get a sampling of all the fabrics in a line and they all coordinate beautifully; also they are all ready to go for a project, you just pull them out and start sewing. 🙂

    —Rhonda Wolf on August 23, 2012
  • This would be wonderful to win!! I used jelly roll’s before and even ate a few.. LOl but have never used the charm packs I appreciate the definitions you have provided here too, Clears a few things up for me. Thanks so much for the chance to win!!!

    —Heather P on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts for the color and convenience. A quilt can be made in a day. It is so easy to use precuts and one doesn’t have to go to the trouble of putting colors together especially if you aren’t good at it. Thanks for the giveaway and the good tips.

    —Melanie on August 23, 2012
  • I love the way ALL the fabrics go together. It takes the guesswork out of what pieces/colors to put together and save me oodles of TIME!

    —SaraJane on August 23, 2012
  • Like everyone, I love that I have all of the line in one jelly roll, which is affordable to me. My granddaughter, who is 12, loves to raid my stash of precuts to make lap quilts and doll quilts, even doll clothes. Her matched and often mismatched ideas give me a new look at the fabrics too. I love layer cakes, jelly rolls, honey bun rolls…..ALL the precuts.

    —Robin on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the fabrics coordinate and the time saved by not cutting helps me create more- I love the me and my sister patterns too, I have made several–S’mores is my favorite!

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • In my busy life sewing is my relaxation. All the pre-cuts are color arranged for me. NO thinking on my part!!! Yea!!!! They are cut to size for many patterns. I love the charm squares and jelly rolls for quick gifts. Thank you for having a giveaway. Wish everyone could win!!

    —Cheryl MacKenzie on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE THE JELLY ROLLS AND CHARMS PACK BECAUSE WHEN I’AM QUILTING A PATTERN IT IS EASYER BECAUSE YOU DO’NT HAVE THAT MUCH CUTTING, TODO AND THE FABRIC LINE AND CHOICE ARE SO WONDERFUL TO CHOOSE FROM, I ENJOY USEING THE JELLY ROLLS AND CHARM PACKS SO MUCH.

    eyonne sanders on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get all of the line. Thanks for a chance at the giveaway.

    —Deb W. on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because my back hurts pretty badly when I have been cutting a lot, and they give me more time to actually create, which is the reason we quilt to begin with. Also, I like the color coordination that the precuts provide. I do usually combine them with a coordinating single fabric to tie them all together.

    —Jane McKay on August 23, 2012
  • They are all such a tremendous timesaver!

    —Pat on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are so easy to use because they are all coordinated with color and theme. More than half the work is done for you. All I have to do is find a project and do it. I have done more quilts since I’ve discovered precuts.

    —Dorothy S. on August 23, 2012
  • I love these pre-thunk packages. Why? no thinking or thunking about color, pattern, or matching. No standing in line at the store, either behind another quilter or twitching while the cutting takes way too long for my stash. No deciding what works and what doesn’t! It already
    matches. Leaves more time to find a good pattern, and then the best part: creation begins at the rotary and sewing machine! It’s a win-win!

    —joyce brown on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts for their ease of use….saves the initial cutting task & lets you get to sewing/assembly quicker. But even more, I get a broad range of fabric in one package. Very convenient! Great for taking a project "on the road" – grab a precut & some background fabric, sewing machine & rotary supplies & I’m good to go! Love it!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Cynthia A. on August 23, 2012
  • I love precut fabrics because of the ease, the fact that you get a lot of different cuts of a lot of fabrics and you can be assured that they will all work together for any project you choose. Additionally you would have to buy so many of the smallest cuts of each it would be more expensive than buying the precuts.

    —Linda Raker on August 23, 2012
  • The pre-cut packs take away the need to match fabrics and cut strips and or blocks. Lush colors and combinations make it easy to add the final cuts of fabrics to finish a project and a great time saver to boot. The tips you showed us added the knowledge we need as quilters. Favorite tips about not pre-washing and about the pinking shears edges what a light bulb turned on in my head. Moda is always quality fabric to work with. Thank you Moda.

    Judi Hansen on August 23, 2012
  • I like the idea of precuts because you get a piece of every print in the fabric line so you know everything goes together. Plus sometime you only want a small piece for an applique or something and this is perfect.

    —Marilyn Snow on August 23, 2012
  • I think precuts are the best. They make it sew much eaaier to get things done quick and cute. And who doesn’t need more time? I like to keep several different precuts around all the time, for a project that can be done in a flash. Thanks for the opportunity for the giveaway!

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • Just stitch it.

    —K R Reynolds on August 23, 2012
  • So quick and easy to put together projects without all the cutting. Jelly rolls are so versatile!

    —Lydia on August 23, 2012
  • No fat, no sugar, zero calories in every slice! High in fiber! Recyclable and biodegradable! Instant gratification, comfort for the body, and satisfaction for the soul. What more can a creative, environmentally responsible, and health conscious modern woman want?

    —Celeste D. on August 23, 2012
  • No matter how perfect I tried to be, cutting 2 1/2″ strips ALWAYS got misaligned, and I’d have wasted fabric. I absolutely LOVE Jelly Rolls, and they are already coordinated which saves so much time! And I started collecting "scrappy dots" (6″ squares) in a monthly club from my local quilt shop years ago, so when 5″ squares called "charms" came out in packages with whole fabric lines represented, I was just delighted! My arthritic hands thank you so much as well!

    Rosemary Hop on August 23, 2012
  • They save time on cutting. I love that they are color coordinated.

    —Michelle on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to have a group of fabrics without having to buy yardage. Assortments are so convenient, they are done for you.

    —Mye on August 23, 2012
  • I like thinking of fun little things like coasters, little quilts and little bags to make out of the charm squares. Of course then I want whole yardage because I’ve fallen in love with the line!

    —kathy on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly Rolls are what got me started quilting! I had seen them before and had no idea what you do with them. Then I got an e-mail from my local sewing center offering a jelly roll class! I was so impressed that you could finish a top in one day I have gotten a few of my friends started. A neighbor lady has given me a book she found with several different quilt patterns all made from jelly rolls! Can’t wait to get started on my next one!

    Marylee Hagler on August 23, 2012
  • I love having some of the cutting already done and the pressure of matching colors is done for me too! Win-Win!

    —Joyce on August 23, 2012
  • I like pre cuts because you get to play with all of the fabrics in a line and there are so many ways to use them. I also like their time-saving feature!

    —Janice Martin on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because they are already coordinated. I can take them home and start making a quilt immediately. No more agonizing over the question, "Do these go together?". They are so convenient. My eyes go directly to them when I look about the quilt shops.

    mandy laseter on August 23, 2012
  • For a new quilter like myself, you can be sure the fabrics are all coordinated to make a beautiful quilt. Thanks for eliminating the guess work of having to match fabrics.

    S Carter on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the precuts – I think because I get a little piece of each fabric. I also am different than most, in that I love to cut! The fat-quarters appeal to me because I like "scrappy" and so I can get more variety for approximately the same price. Thank you for the chance to win yummy fabrics!
    p.s. I also really enjoy "Stitch This." Thank you

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • I like the pre-cuts because you are able to get a wide range of fabrics in one set and because they save time usually needed for cutting and you can get started on your quilt right away.

    —Debbie on August 23, 2012
  • I am a beginner quilter and my problems with fabric has been color coordination. I can not seem to match colors well. The thing I most love about these pre-cut is that all the quess work has already been done. And I can start by picking what I want to use. Thanks Moda for taking all the quess work out of fabric coordination so we can start our quilts faster and enjoy the process of putting them together.

    —Elena B. on August 23, 2012
  • I think the main reason I am drawn to precuts, is that I have nerve damage in my "cutting hand". They save me needless pain and frustration….and time. It’s also a plus that I like the co-ordination already done for me!

    —marcia d on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that the coordinating fabrics are all together & I can get more projects completed with the precuts.
    Thanks for the chance to win these great fabrics!

    —Cheri Johnson on August 23, 2012
  • I love the convenience of jelly rolls, and not having to spend hours cutting strips. They are all of a uniform size and mostly because they are "ready to go" when I want to start sewing. I also appreciate that they are already in a made to match mode, no searching for a certain shade of a color to match.

    —Doris on August 23, 2012
  • I love the diversity of fabric in Jelly Rolls and Charm Packs.

    —Bonnie on August 23, 2012
  • I like to use Jelly Rolls the most…so quick, so easy!

    Colleen Taylor on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety and color combinations. It’s like a fabric buffet.

    —Elle on August 23, 2012
  • Having a selection of fabrics that are perfectly coordinated is great!

    —Garnet on August 23, 2012
  • I like that the fabrics are all coordinated for me.

    —Marea Brewer on August 23, 2012
  • We have now moved to retirement living quarters and I have much less s pace for fabrics. How nice the precut packages are when there is limited space for cutting, but now with the "right" size precut for me I can go straight to the joy of quilting. I have used all cut packets available and have found them an encouragement to go ahead and try different designs out of the usual and familiar. My favorite way to spoil myself.
    Thank you,
    Jerry

    —Jerry Coats on August 23, 2012
  • I just love opening up and seing the matching line of fabric. I think I have such strong feelings with fabric, when opening, seeing the colors. I usually like bright back at you colors. I am truly getting into modern. I haven’t quilted all them years of some, but have sewned since I was about 6 years old. Won’t tell you where I am at now. Since I had no idea of what it took to create a quilt I thought I could go get one of those "Jelly Roles" and whip up a wedding gift. I had a month and a half to put it together, NO PROBLEM! It was a year and a half before this little lap blanket got to my friend. But I fell in love, deeply, and never looked back. That has been about 4 years ago. My computer should be taken away, I can’t help myself, just alittle bit at a time.
    Julie

    Julie Thomsen on August 23, 2012
  • Although I have a good stash of fabric, a quilter never has enough fabric or especially enough variety. I find that with the smaller cuts, jelly rolls, Layer cakes and charm squares, I can get enough variety to fill in needed color waves for a project or go off on an entirely new venture with fabrics i might never have bought in larger amounts. This stimulates my imagination and challenges my creativity to reach beyond my usual products.
    Thanks for encouraging that creativity by making more groupings available.

    —Nancy Nelson on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cut fabric saves time! You get the full line of fabric, it’s already matched. Plus they are accurate. If you sew even seams then you don’t have time envolved trying to even the squares. With the machines available today it’s easy to sew an even straight seem with the precision cut fabric. I love them!

    —Linda Holloway on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts decorate my sewing space before I use them and then quickly turn into beautiful projects when I’m ready to sew!

    —Kathleen King on August 23, 2012
  • I prefer layer cakes. It is a great way to get a nice size piece of all or almost all of a particular fabric line. If I need more fabric for a project I purchase yardage of one or more of my favorites from the line or fill in from my extensive stash.

    —Stephanie on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety of fabrics in a jellyroll! It’s an inexpensive way to add different fabrics to a project. Who said, "why use 2 fabrics when you can use 20″?

    —Barbie on August 23, 2012
  • Being retired on a fixed income, I budget a certain amount per month for my fabric obsession. Pre-cuts allow me to get the latest colors and fabric collections that I love without breaking the bank. Fat quarters, charms, and jelly rolls are my favorites and I don’t have to do a lot of cutting!

    —Pat Mosley on August 23, 2012
  • I always buy jelly rolls and charm packs. I try to find patterns specifically for pre-cuts. I just finished a quilt out of pre-cuts containing a charm pack and 2 layer cakes. It made a full size quilt. Thank you for a chance at winning something!

    —Michelle Wright on August 23, 2012
  • Love to have pieces of the whole collection to sew with…there are many fun patterns for jelly rolls and layer cakes.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Aletha T on August 23, 2012
  • I made my first quilt using a charm pack and a jelly roll. I also buy charm packs to see which fabrics I want to buy more of for a larger quilt. They are sooo colorful that I like to leave them on shelves to add charm to my sewing room!

    —Denise Cabral on August 23, 2012
  • I love the pre-cuts because they make it more affordable for me to quilt. I don’t have to buy tons of matched fabric from bolts….it’s all together for me!!!

    —Amy C on August 23, 2012
  • I always buy these bundles of fabric so much variety and already cut and ready for me makes life so much easier. Right now i am just collecting them and some day when i retire i will create charity quilts with them.

    —monica schwartz on August 23, 2012
  • As a beginning quilter, I’m not very confident in my ability to cut accurately or get just the right selection of fabrics that blend well together……yet. The pre-cut fabric eliminates those worries for me so I can get right to the fun part – sewing!

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • I love starting with precuts because it half the work is done! Projects go sooo much faster! Thankis for the opportunity!

    —Vivian on August 23, 2012
  • I am new to quilting & find the pre cuts make it easy to make quilts, place mats, etc. I don’t have to decide which patterns & colors to choose. The choices are made for me.

    —Louise N. on August 23, 2012
  • Forty years, I have been sewing,teaching for thirty, most anything I can do to save me time that gives me more time to sew is WORTH the price. If I do not have to take out my accessories, do the actual cutting(precicely)
    I LOVE it! Thanks for affordable, easy, awesome fabric!

    —cindy chaisson on August 23, 2012
  • I leick precuts because they are cut precise and it is easy to by the right amount of fabric. I am tryin to stop building my stash, it is pretty large now.

    —tut madsen on August 23, 2012
  • I like having a collection of fabrics that are cooridinated and precut.

    —Beth B on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I don’t have to waste time cutting out material now that their is all of these beautiful pre-cuts. Also, one of the hardest things for me to do (as a lover of fabric) is to make that first cut. The fabrics of today are just so lovely, it takes forever for me to cut into them. I feel like I’m cutting up a loved one. After that…seeing all of the new creative ways that pre-cuts are being used also helps to get my creative juices flowing. It’s a win – win for me! Now if I could just win the give away…it would be a WIN-WIN-WIN! :0)

    —Dot Clark on August 23, 2012
  • I’m new to quilting and the precut fabrics give a much larger selection of prints and since they come in different sizes it’s easy to make a variety of blocks. With the money saved on not having to buy rotary blades all the time, I can get more fabric!

    —Wanda E on August 23, 2012
  • I love playing with the different colorways – and making up patterns as I go along! I have never worked with Jelly Rolls – sound like great fun – and I absolutely love charm packs! Thanks for the opportunity.

    —Laura Hulka on August 23, 2012
  • What I love most about precuts is the TIME saved … TIME saved vs searching for fabrics in a line, TIME saved vs coordinating the fabrics you CAN find, TIME saved vs cutting from lots of yardage … TIME saved = MORE Quilts !!!

    —KrisL on August 23, 2012
  • I know that all the pieces are going to be straight and that my quilt will not be wavy.

    —Pam G on August 23, 2012
  • Well, kudos to the marketing genius who had this idea! Obviously reading all the posts Pre cuts are a hit across the quilting world.
    My favorite jelly rolls and charms. Now I have started hand work..appliqué so the layer cakes are a dream. Small pieces to do the work makes a big difference, along with the twister ruler.

    Keep up the good wrk

    —Sue Winnie on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly roll quilt can be done in an afternoon. Almost no cutting just sewing. Precuts are great for a new quilter. I just finished a small lap quilt using five inch squares from Moda French General collection. It turned out wonderful. The fabrics were all co ordinated and fit together perfectly.

    —Darlene on August 23, 2012
  • Pre cut fabrics are great as you don’t wind up buying more than you need, you get to try a variety of different designs and if one strikes you you can always purchase more. Any easy way to try out fabric.

    —Frank Warthan Jr on August 23, 2012
  • I love fat quarters. Buying thiese means you can have more different types of fabric, especially if you are restricted on how much you can buy. Layer cakes, as well as being used for patchwork, are handy whern you just need a littlr bit of fabric or fancy doing something small.

    Louise Oakes on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the colors all coordinate in the Jelly Rolls.

    —Allean Quibell on August 23, 2012
  • With arthritis, it is difficult to cut the fabric and the precuts are perfect to satisfy my desire to quilt with my disability in using my hands anymore. I love them!

    —Debbie on August 23, 2012
  • I love the colors. Since the fabrics are designed to coordinate, the colors are always lovely together.

    —Cathey S on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precut bundles because I can get started on a project faster. I am not very good at cutting, so having fabric ready to go will be so much more fun. I love the Layer cakes.
    Thanks!

    —Shari on August 23, 2012
  • I love having all of the fabrics in a line of fabric in one bundle!

    —DJ Gass on August 23, 2012
  • i love how easy they are to use!!! it’s fun to use them all together. i espically like fat quarters….i’ve made aprons from them way easy!!!

    —Allison Cluphf on August 23, 2012
  • I really love trying out the newest fabrics of fat quarters. I usually buy at least two fat quarters, so I can try them with different colors to see what they work best with. I also love the jelly rolls, which are usually 2 1/2″ wide – they work well for scrap quilts, as I can cut them 2 1/2″ squares with less cutting.

    Marilyn Hornburg on August 23, 2012
  • My idea of fast, fun and easy quilting is having the Jelly Rolls at hand and cutting to order and ZINGO !!!!….. you are piecing and sewing. The best ever… have used many of these. Great for beginners… and easy to find in the fabric and Quilting stores…

    Eileen Leech on August 23, 2012
  • I love that all the fabric is cut for me. You know that all the beautiful fabrics all coordinate together making color choices much easier. Whoever came up with precuts was a genious!

    —Areta on August 23, 2012
  • Have never used a Jelly Roll….would have hard time unwrapping it tho…they are just soooo cool! LOL!! Love using Charms…lotsa variety in a pack…and I don’t have to match fabrics up! 🙂 (am not real brave with picking fabrics to go together!) Have used the Layer Cakes once….for the large Tumbler template….was waaaay fun! So really…I would be delighted with any of them!

    Thanks for chance to win! 🙂

    —Lori Morton on August 23, 2012
  • Hello … lo siento no se escribir en ingles, más conozco los tres formatos que presenta el corte de telas, los tres son interesantes, pues te ahorran mucho trabajo.
    Se que no tendre suerte que me llegue uno de los regalos hasta España (Europa), pero deseo que sepan que hasta aqui ha llegado estos articulos, aunque son caros, pero merecen la pena.
    Un abrazo.

    —Dominica Novellon on August 23, 2012
  • With pre-cuts since all the fabrics are from the same collection all are corordinated. Pre-cuts solids can be combined with pre-cut collections for quick projects. I can start sewing as soon as I have time with little or no cuttng time. Also, the 2 1/2″ Jelly Rolls can quicky be cut into squares for English Paper Piecing. Much quicker to use Jelly Rolls than cutting fabric 1/4″ larger than a 1″ Hexagon. Easier to baste around a Hexagon using a square. Charm packs can also be used with English Paper Piecing… I love all types of pre-cuts…

    Nancy G on August 23, 2012
  • I’m new to quilting and was able to purchase several charm packs that helped me put together a simple quilt top. This helped since I would still be cutting the squares instead of sewing.

    —Debbie on August 23, 2012
  • I am new to quilting and like the precuts as I learn how to put different colors and designs together. The color combination is the hardest to grasp or envision as you are designing the quilt.

    —Kathleen Mitchell on August 23, 2012
  • Have not used precut fabrics, have only made one crazy quilt.
    Just a beginner.

    —C Cox on August 23, 2012
  • I like fat quarters the best because I think they are the mos versatile. I like charm squares to piece quick projects in a favorite line. Layer Cakes are good if you need bigger squares than 5″. I have never used a jelly roll.

    —Deb H. on August 23, 2012
  • A precut set of any size would be out of this world! Hard to dream of all pieces from one fabric group. So much fun to use instead of always using from my stash which contains everything! Colorwise and printwise what a dream come true.

    —Dawn on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the Moda pre-cuts because everything is already color coordinated . Also most patterns using the pre-cuts are pretty simple so it’s easy to complete a project in a little time. I love them and find lots of uses for any leftovers like for pincushions and ornaments.

    —Mary Jean Price on August 23, 2012
  • Sometimes I find myself wondering around, not quiet puting my finger on why I don’t feel centered and then I realize that I haven’t worked on a sewing and/or quilting project. That’s when I dig into my stash, find a precut bundle and I’m ready to start a project. It might be a small one or a bigger project I need to get done; precuts save me time and my project’s done in no time at all.

    Jeanne Mellott on August 23, 2012
  • I like the selection of designs and colors are already gathered together.

    —mary fielder on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts because you usually get a piece of every fabric in the line. I also the precuts because there are so many new patterns coming out using the precuts, and they are so easy to use.

    —Sally Horneck on August 23, 2012
  • I love the jelly rolls because they save so much time! I can lay them out precut and move them until I have a really beautiful pattern with NO cutting! This is what has enabled me to learn to quilt & makes me so proud of my strp quilts!

    —Page Wilhelm on August 23, 2012
  • Thank you Moda and designers for the giveaway. I love the small pieces. I’m a scrappy quilter and I can use all sizes. The cut pieces give me lots of variety and the color way is controlled somewhat.

    —Diane on August 23, 2012
  • What better way to get many different fabrics that were designed to go together — often a whole line — and then use them up in special projects. Thanks to whomever came up with these fabric "patches"!!

    —Kathy Leonard on August 23, 2012
  • At first I didn’t know what to do with the pre-cuts but I have since learned that they are very good to have around for those times that I need a gift quickly or I just don’t want to spend a lot of time searching for fabrics that go together for a project. I use them on table runner, lap quilts, baby quilts, twin size. You name it I have made it. Love them. I have never met a pre-cut that I did not enjoy working with. As a matter of fact I have a couple right now calling my name wanting to be sewed up into a quilt.

    —Nancy Hager on August 23, 2012
  • I love the easy of use & the fact everything goes together, no trying to figure out what should be put with what. Just fun to be able to make something quickly.
    Thank you for the chance to win.

    —Toni Brooks on August 23, 2012
  • I made two lap size quilts of the same pattern. The first with fat quarters. There was too much cutting and fussing about which fabrics. With the second quilt I used jelly rolls. It went together so quickly and looks stunning. I’m so hooked on Jelly Rolls!! There is so much variety in color and prints and so few decisions about which looks best ‘cuz they all look great!

    Here’s a link to the second quilt…hope you can see it. http://www.flickr.com/photos/blueauntjanet/5126900041/

    —Janet Lenger on August 23, 2012
  • I love having all of the fabric line, in one pack. Not missing any of the colorways. And then I love making scrappy projects with the scraps leftover.

    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

    —Sue on August 23, 2012
  • I love working with a collection of fabrics. The designs and colors go together perfectly. There’s no matching in string quilting or random patchwork quilts. I’m looking foreword to winning one of the packs or rolls. Moda’s Good Morning is Beautiful! Thanks Kaye

    —kaye meyers on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because every piece is coordinated, takes the guess work out of color matching. Jelly rolls make a fast and easy quilt.

    —Pat S on August 23, 2012
  • I like to have an assortment of pre-cuts in my stash, with my favorite being the jelly roll. They help jump start my projects and more importantly "cut down", pun intended, on the time it takes to complete a quilt.

    —Joan Rodriguez on August 23, 2012
  • I like the look of scrappy quilts, and the precuts allow me to get that look quickly and easily. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    —Joyce Mitchell on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts, they make up into a quilt top in no time, or a table topper, you can make so many of all of the various fabric lines. Pre-cuts save you so much cutting time, and of course, they are accurate, so you don’t have to worry, just sit down and get sewing!! I hope I win one of these wonderful prize packages!

    —Colleen Lawrence on August 23, 2012
  • The precuts let me get started on a quilt a lot faster and gives me greater variety throughout the quilt top. I have used several charm packs and jelly rolls for quilt tops, and each one has come together so fantastic each time

    —Kathy R on August 23, 2012
  • I just love all these precuts! They are just so great and make it so easy to do a project and the colors and patterns are always already coordinated! If I win, I am going to give them to my sister who is just starting to learn to quilt. Thanks so much for this opportunity to win!

    —Duane Wiley on August 23, 2012
  • I love the ease that they are to work with.

    —gail on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the fabrics are all picked and go together so well. I love looking at my jelly rolls.

    —Lynn on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to have a varity of prints with the same basic color scheme!!!

    —MickieShaffer on August 23, 2012
  • I like the speed of being able to get to sewing when using jelly rolls. Avoiding cutting makes things go so much faster!

    —Ellie on August 23, 2012
  • It takes less time to complete a quilt top when using precuts. Seeing all the prints in a selection is a plus too.

    —Paula on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing about precuts: They are PREcut, accurately and include the whole fabric collection.

    —Sally Mackey on August 23, 2012
  • I lov ethe jelly Rolls, The fabrics are usually all coordinated and for a newbie like me the quilts and runners you can make don’t require too much advanced skills

    —Katherine on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the ‘ready, set’ has been done for me, and I can just ‘go, go, GO!!!!’

    Wendy B on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that you can show the whole fabric line in one quilt when using precuts. Without precuts, that would be pretty much _not_ affordable…

    Jane on August 23, 2012
  • I enjoy using precuts as I can get all of one collection as well as having an easier time in the cutting process!

    —Judy BL on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because of the variety of prints. They always play so well together.

    —Judy Smith on August 23, 2012
  • What is there not to like about jelly rolls, charm packs, layer cakes and fat quarters? When I first started quilting, I was not very confident about my ability to choose the right kind of fabrics to mix and match. These pre-cuts allowed me to start a project right away and to learn the selection of lights, mediums, and darks, along with using stripes, checks and geo’s.

    —Jane McNett on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to see and fondle the whole fabric line. It gives me the opportunity to decide if there is a neutral and what fabrics I need to use more of. I also love being able to finish a project at retreat:)

    —Dee on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite are fat quarters and charm packs, they are fun to work with and I can get different patterns only in a smaller scale. I love especially the Good Morning fabrics from Moda, but would love to work with any of them.
    Thanks for the chance to win these!

    —Marilyn Higgins on August 23, 2012
  • I like the sample pieces that coordinate with the others in the bunch!

    —Jeanette on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precut fabrics for their time saving. Also, I had not intention of starting a new project – until I saw a packet of Charm Squares with such wonderful colors; I had to have them. Now, my next project is alomost ready to sew – I just need to finish my current quilt – which is also made from charm squares of purple and green

    —Lisa P on August 23, 2012
  • I just LOVE getting the whole fabric line! It’s sew much fun!! Jelly rolls especially work up into a very quick, fun and colorful quilt. I’d love to win one of these.

    —kraftykc on August 23, 2012
  • pre cuts are fun and easy. i love that the fabrics are already coordinated so it’s simple to just grab one and start sewing.

    —chrissie w on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre cuts because I am not so good with colour and I know all the fabrics will work well together.

    —Ermelinda on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to see a rainbow of colors, whether they’re all brights or beautiful blues or cute prints.

    —Lorna on August 23, 2012
  • Love the variety you get. Also you don’t get as many scraps with pre-cuts and boy there save time on the cutting. Love to touch and feel also.
    Thanks for this.

    —Terry J. on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact the they are pre-cut, even and that the fabrics all match. The packs make it easier to get started on a project because they did half the work. Thanks.

    —Choya on August 23, 2012
  • I was not very confident about my ability when I started quilting so I used pre cuts because everything was so handy from the cutting to the matching fabric and now if I need something in a hurry I turn to pre cuts like the jelly rolls to do a quick quilt for a baby or shower gift. Moda is always my line of fabric that I go to.I love the Moda collections. Thanks for your time!

    Georgeann Knowles on August 23, 2012
  • moda fabrics are my favorite.

    —rosemary wolfgang on August 23, 2012
  • The precut rolls are great for making a super fast strip quilt. No measuring, no cutting, no blocks to be made, just sew, sew, sew!!!! A few cuts with the scissors from time to time but still nothing to measure. Now that’s a fast way to make a gift when you need one. And pretty too, especially in floral fabrics. Like a fresh summer day filled with fresh flowers blooming across your quilt.

    —Cindy R. on August 23, 2012
  • It is nice to have all the fabrics from one collection.

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • Keep up the great selection of pre-cuts and jelly rolls. It gives busy quilters an extra incentive to keep being creative.

    —Melody Chenoweth on August 23, 2012
  • I love seeing the entire fabric line and getting to play with the myriad possibilities of combinations.

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts. They are quick to use and give me much more diversity. I love having a whole collection at my fingertips. Moda especially has such neat fabrics and I somehow get moving on things that I know won’t take so long. It would be fun to be a winner.

    —Teddi Robeson on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls.. They let me get to the sewing faster. I dont have as much time to sew as i would like. But when i can i like to get to the sewing not the cutting

    —Cindy Harmon on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts! …especially Charm packs and Layer Cakes. They are so easy to store AND you have a GREAT selection of coordinating fabrics all together in one place!

    —Kathleen Graas on August 23, 2012
  • I love quilting and earning free thing’s and winning free fabric would make my scrap quilt come together much faster than it is coming along now! Please consider me when you make your chose!
    Thanks!

    —Tamara Stringhma on August 23, 2012
  • I love several things about precut fabrics – an opportunity to view all the colorways of a design at once, the precision of the cut size, and the ease of sitting down and creating a project if I need a gift in a hurry. I don’t have to search my stash for fabrics that coordinate and I have access to the most up-to-date designs from gifted designers.

    —Sandy N. on August 23, 2012
  • I like fat quarters because they are so easy to match up–coordinate a few patterns. I have a hard time matching fabrics, and doing it in small amounts like FQ’s helps. Sadly, I have never used charm packs or jelly rolls, but would LOVE to try them!!

    —Melissa on August 23, 2012
  • I love not having to match fabrics. They all coordinate, so I can just start a project, and I finish quicker by not having to struggle with what fabric matches with what.

    —Karen on August 23, 2012
  • I don’t have a good eye for color co-ordinating so these really help

    —Marie Phelps on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that precuts all go together, and it stretches me a little as I might not choose some of the fabrics if I had to pick my own.

    —Dorothy Cole on August 23, 2012
  • I love to use the jelly rolls because all the fabrics are coordinated and when I add a few of my own fabrics, I can make a "comfort" quilt really fast.

    —Nita Beard on August 23, 2012
  • Charms packs make fast and easy projects that are already color cooridnated.

    —megan nace on August 23, 2012
  • The biggest thing I love the most is that they are pre cut! Being a new quilter cutting exactly is a challenge. Those allow me to still be able to piece a nice quilt with out the extra step of cutting. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Carol Born on August 23, 2012
  • What I love the best about precuts: Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes, and Charm packs? Why, everything! First of all, the fabric is undeniably the best quality of cotton; Second, all the fabrics are color-coordinated because they are from the same line–designed to go together (which makes the choice brainless for ME!); Third, it’s so much easier to work with smaller pieces than with larger bolt-cut pieces of fabric. And I have more reasons…but not enough space to tell all. I absolutely love EVERYTHING about precuts!!

    —Trish Wall on August 23, 2012
  • I really love fat quarters and jelly rolls the best. I play with them a long time before I use them. I love fabric period! I find it’s so much easier to prewash the precuts. You can pin the roll end to end and wash in warm water. Even though they are precut they won"t ravel if you just jog them in a sink, press out the water and lay out to dry. Because they are color coordinated there won’t be any bleeding of the colors. I love Moda’s scrumptous patterns and colors. Thank you for the chance to win free fabric!

    —Retha Hudgens on August 23, 2012
  • I love the chance to see the whole range of fabrics in a line. And, since I love making scrappy quilts, the more kinds of fabric the better!

    —Jan on August 23, 2012
  • I just made the most adorable baby quilt using a charm pack and 1 1/2 yards of a white on white fabric, loved that half the work was already done with the pre-cut 5 inch squares.

    Sydney on August 23, 2012
  • I love having a little bit of the whole line of fabric, with so many patterns using precuts, the possibilities are wonderfully endless and beautiful!!!

    —Dawn Stout on August 23, 2012
  • Being a beginner the precut fabrics let me sew an not worry about all the "careful" cutting, love them all jelly rolls, layer cake charm squares an all the "1/4’s" that help me design an sew, plus the package’s of each are cut are aready matched so I don’t have to scour the fabric shop trying to find pieces to go together, love them all an love that in my "golden" years I am learning something my Grandmother tried to teach me all those years ago.

    —Alice L on August 23, 2012
  • pre cuts make it so easy & saves so much time!

    —Robin Fish on August 23, 2012
  • The variety of coordinated fabrics from each collection is fabulous! By nature I would not be so bold in the selections if left to me, so precuts have improved my quilting by expanding my range and contrast of fabrics.

    Karee on August 23, 2012
  • I love the Jelly Rolls to make Bento Box quilts – quick & easy; I love the Charm Squares to make the 10-minute blocks I’ve seen on the internet. (I haven’t made them yet, but I got 3 matching sets of charms squares over the weekend!!) The Fat Quarters are great for a bunch of different patterns – I’m stocking up on Civil War fat quarters right now; planning a Civil War reproduction quilt when I’ve saved enough! I’ve never purchased the Layer Cakes, but I’ll bet there’s LOTS of patterns that would use them. It’s always fun finding new patterns to use all those beautiful pre-cuts!!
    Thanks for giving us a chance to win!!!

    —Vivian Oaks on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that they are all coordinated, and yet the end result can look very scrappy.

    —Nancy (Cat Lady) on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are best thing since sliced bread! You get the whole line of coordinated fabrics so you don’t have take time picking what goes with what. You don’t have to cut so you can get to sewing faster. You get projects completed faster with precuts… Love them!

    —Bella on August 23, 2012
  • I am kinda new to quilting. I truly LOVE precuts and that I do not have to worry with finding matching fabrics!

    —Linda on August 23, 2012
  • I’ve never used a jelly roll, but am intrigued that fabric colors and patterns are already selected for you. I prefer scrappy quilts, so a packet representing the fabric line would be fun to quilt.

    —Robin Adair-Marshall on August 23, 2012
  • I get to see all the fabrics in the entire line and then buy larger cuts of the ones I really like to add to my project! I love precuts, so easy and fun to use. thanks for the great giveaway!

    —Corky on August 23, 2012
  • Love love love the pre-cuts. They save time, are coordinated, cut accurately and we get to see a line of fabric and how it all works together. Now we have an abundance of books showing us how to use them and wonderful quilts we can sew up quickly. I just love looking at all the new releases as they come out and wonder what great project they will fit into. I love all of them. Thanks, Val

    —Val U on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing about pre-cut packages is that you don’t have too worry about color combinations…they all work!

    —Mary Collier on August 23, 2012
  • When my daughter and grandbaby moved out, I was left with any empty room. I decided to start sewing again (after 15 years). I got on Pinterest and happen to see a rug that someone had made out of “Jelly Rolls”. From then on I was hooked! I got on you tube and watched
    every quilting video I could and in just about all of them they were using Jelly Rolls, Fat Quarters, Charm Packs, Layer Cakes.I was amazed at How much more fun and exiting these perfect precut pieces made quilting become for me, not to mention taking the frustration out of trying to match up so many different designs and colors. If it weren’t for Pre cuts I don’t think I would have started quilting at all. Now it’s practically the love of my life! The fabrics are so awesomely designed. I’m hooked and there’s no turning back!

    —Mary Jo VonNida on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because I don’t have to explore tons of fabric to match colors and patterns that would work together. And since the colors and prints are already coordinated; I save more time not having to cut the fabric up in order to sew it. For me that’s a time saving 2 for 1 win and lastly, winning this fabric would be a 3rd time and money saver.

    —Peggy Dixon on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls. I love designing and sewing contemporary quilts as opposed to traditional, and the jelly roll lends itself to many eye-catching applications. I’d LOVE a "Good Morning" jelly roll (or any of the other giveaways)!

    —Kate O on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the sets of fabrics. be it charms, jelly rolls, or layer cakes, all are designed to be harmoniously used together, saving color-challenged people like me, the agonizing choices that quilting sometimes requires. Because of this, I can get right to the fun part of seeing a design come together immediately. For an impatient person like me, this serendipity is priceless!

    —Nancy Longley on August 23, 2012
  • I don’t know why but I tend to enjoy all the possibilities of charm squares and jelly rolls. They seem to inspire my quilting creativity more than yardage.

    —C Dery on August 23, 2012
  • I’m a pre-cuts junkie! Love, love, love them! I can whip up a small quilt in an afternoon, usually for a gift, and the fabrics always coordinate beautifully. Sometimes there is a color in pack that I never would have considered using, but it works. I’ve been taken out of my creative box this way.

    —Leslie H. on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly rolls are so versatile. There are so many ways to use them either in a small or large project. There’s always coordinating yardage to complete the project.

    —Kathy on August 23, 2012
  • They speed up a "slow" process for me!

    —Patti Nelson on August 23, 2012
  • I like seeing the entire collection. Then, I know what the options are when I’m looking for yardage to complete a project. Most quilt shops don’t have an entire line, and I end up searching for a fabric to complete the project, when the perfect fabric exists in that line, but I didn’t know about it.

    —Glenda in Florida on August 23, 2012
  • Instant gratification! Just looking at all those tidy, yummy little morsels makes me happy!

    Patricia on August 23, 2012
  • What do I like?? everything!!! designs are easy to sew, all the fabrics match together, different sizes and shapes to choose from,…. I love them!!!

    vero on August 23, 2012
  • i love the precuts! most of the cutting is already done for your project! they’re color coordinated, no worries about what other fabric will match. patterns are there, use them and you know you’ll have enough fabric. oh, yes, there are more advantages than i can think of right now.

    ritainalaska on August 23, 2012
  • I like jelly rolls because they allow the luxury of working with the complete line of a fabric design in all its colourways. Often quilt shops will carry only partial lines and certainly one in unable to buy only 2 1/2″ strips of each even if they are all there!

    Cheryl Hughes on August 23, 2012
  • I love collecting precursor as they he meseethe whole collection as in charms and layer cakes and save time when I want to quilt.

    —Nancy Hayes on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about the pre-cuts is the variety. I love the scrappy look and the pre-cuts, with one of each fabric from a complete line, give me the option of making my quilts very scrappy.

    —JanetB on August 23, 2012
  • Love the jelly rolls! It makes it so easy to begin a project and complete it quickly. No cutting– I have done a number of projects using them.

    —Jane Dietrich on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite part of Jelly Rolls, Charm Packs, and Layer Cakes are that the fabric comes from the same line and is already coordinated for me. I spend less time picking out fabric and more time sewing which is especcially helpful when I need to get a quilt put together quickly. I also like that Moda’s precuts are precise. This makes piecing that much easier.

    —Pam on August 23, 2012
  • I love the ability to make a quilt without spending hours cutting and selecting fabric.

    —Patricia Fijalkowski on August 23, 2012
  • I love charms because I can make quick half square triangles. But all pre cuts are great for quick sewing projects and for their array of fabrics!!

    —Kathy M Boice on August 23, 2012
  • I love that all the coordinated fabric colors will match and blend together well,plus projects go together so much faster with pre-cuts!

    —Laurine Elton on August 23, 2012
  • Using any of the precut jelly rolls, layer cakes or charms squares saves time. These enable you to get right to the creating and sewing part of quilting which for me is the fun part. I love creating tops but not necessarily quilting them. I recently made a lovely yelow, orange and green quilt top from 2 charm packs. I just love it.

    —Sharon-Lee Noble on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite part of using pre-cuts is that I have a bit of each fabric in a fabric line. I love scrappy quilts. This is another way to make a scrappy project.

    Becky in Georgia on August 23, 2012
  • Love the precuts. They make it easier for a beginner to sew quilt blocks. And helps with hst. They help me alot.

    —Kathryn Knox on August 23, 2012
  • I love to buy pre-cuts, because I love to have a little bit of every fabric in a line of my favorite designers. Also, I do a lot of scrappy applique, and I can get a lot of variety without purchasing a huge amount of yardage.

    —Karen in Breezy Point on August 23, 2012
  • I have just previously in the last year learned what fat wuarters, jelly rolls, charm packs, etc, are. I have been sewing for 40 years, but I guess not enough to know all these things. I love them all because no matter what package you get you can find an easy pattern to use them with, without alot of cutting. I hate to cut out anything. Since I have learned about the packages I have used fat wuarters alot along with the layer cakes. You can get the most prettiest material in the layer cakes and make a quilt quickly with out cutting anything if you want. I know they have been around for a long time but I am glad that I have finally found them.

    —millie barger on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about precuts is that it takes the work out of coordinating fabrics; something that I have an awful time doing!

    —Christine Slaughter on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I get so many different fabrics at a time. After all, "she who has the most fabric wins"! I would never be able to buy and store all the different fabrics I like without precut packaging. Having just a little bit of each fabric in a line makes me so happy. I love looking at them and playing with different patterns. Of course making my quilts is now so much faster and easier. No worries about color or style, it’s already done for me. When I give a quilt for a gift,I get so many compliments on how "artistic" I am. If they only knew! Buying Jelly rolls, layer cakes, charms and honey buns is like shopping at the bakery without the calories!

    Heidi Cambria on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts for the variety and the fun of having a vibrant, diverse piece. As a less than confident beginner, I feel like my work looks jazzier!

    —Jennifer Lewis on August 23, 2012
  • By the way the jelly rolls make a unique border for a quilt or and pretty skirt or dress for any girl.

    —millie barger on August 23, 2012
  • I love having a wide variety of coordinating fabrics to work with. There are so many patterns for precuts that you are able to make a beautiful project with little waste of fabric.

    —Carol Vickers on August 23, 2012
  • I love how fast the jelly rolls work up into quilts!

    —Susan on August 23, 2012
  • I love Jelly Rolls! After finding the tute for the Jelly Roll Race Pattern, I made three of them. They are quick and pretty to make, and everyone loves them! I even made one custom fit for the back seat of my daughter’s car!

    —Michele on August 23, 2012
  • It’s great to just be able to pick up the precuts and take off, no delay of hours or days to do all the cutting!
    thanks!

    —Linda E in AZ on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts for all the reasons listed by everyone else. I love the quilt designs that are out there to use Jelly Rolls, Charm Squares, etc. The colors are wonderful and you can just enjoy.

    Sandy Farmer on August 23, 2012
  • I am very new to quilting and I love the idea that there are pieces already cut to size for me. I’ve started one quilt using a jelly roll and it looks very nice. Was very easy to work with and all the colors went together! It’s a "no-brainer"

    Deb on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the jelly rolls are coordinated and that I can just sit and sew. I love to make quick and easy quilts to give away.

    —Beth Myers on August 23, 2012
  • I am always very excited when I see the great selection of pre-cuts. I love the colors and combinations that are put together. You just want to pick one up and go crazy making something so very cute and adorable with them. Thanks for all the great ideas that are shared through the internet for all the lovely designs of projects. I just adore pre-cuts.

    —Gloria Wilson on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE to Sew and Quilt, but I HATE to cut, so the precuts mean I can do what I like best!

    —Ann Marrison on August 23, 2012
  • What’s not to love about precuts? There are so many fun ways to use them not to mention quick and easy. Gee…they’re just plain fun to look at!!

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • I love having fabrics that all match!

    —Jessica on August 23, 2012
  • I love, love, love jelly rolls – all you have to do is sew those strips together and start cutting – you can create so many different designs just by the way the strips are put together – what a clever idea

    —Kathy Luehrs on August 23, 2012
  • One word "easy".

    —Joan on August 23, 2012
  • First time last week I brought a Jelly Roll. Got home and started by sewing all strips (the 42″) together. Then I cut into 4 1/2 strips. I found a tablecloth at Salvation Army the correct color I wanted to put the 4 1/2 strips together. So cut the tablecloth 4 1/2 by length of strips. It was awesome. Colors in light blue, teal, pink, red, greens, etc. Light colors then with this tablecloth color of yellow/gold just set it off. I have arranged the strips certain ways with the yellow/gold sashing and WOW.
    I want to do another quilt top using fat quarters and Jelly Roll so I have entered this contest. Hope I win. Thank You

    —Polly Allen on August 23, 2012
  • I love the versatility of pre-cuts, especially layer cakes. They are ven better than a real layer cake!

    —Thea Chambers on August 23, 2012
  • I love the combination of fabrics. Many of the fabrics I would never have picked for a project but when I make a quilt with them they all look so awesome together.

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • I love getting a whole line of fabric without spending a fortune! Plus, I love I can start sewing almost immediately.

    —Monika on August 23, 2012
  • I love knowing everything in the bundle will work with everything else. It’s nice not having to measure things as much either, it’s already the right width at least.

    Rachelle on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts help a novice quilter to choose correct fabric for a project. Beautiful designs already chosen. Makes me feel like I can do it . Thanks to all the designers. Love fabric.

    —Rita on August 23, 2012
  • Seeing colors and designs you might not pick.
    Gives you a quick start on your project and
    not having to make color choices. thanks

    —Judy Morgan on August 23, 2012
  • I’m pretty new to patchwork and quilting, so jelly rolls, charm squares etc are a GREAT way of getting a big selection of fabrics without it costing an arm and a leg. I keep entering all of these generous draws in the hope that I’ll be lucky, but so far no joy (boo! hoo!) Keeping my fingers crossed.

    Judi

    —JudeB on August 23, 2012
  • The color assortment is always pretty or striking – like a painters pallete . Color is one of the main attractions for me with fabric, yarns, thread and beads.

    —Martha Roseen on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I get to use every piece of a collection and I don’t have to agonize over color matching!

    Julia on August 23, 2012
  • Value? I am not good at choosing it. Precuts do most of that work for you and make it easy to blend colors you wouldn’t think would match.

    —Linda Baker on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because the cutting is already done and I can get started right away on my projects.

    —Kathy on August 23, 2012
  • I love charm squares and layer cakes – I love an instant collection of fabrics and the sizes are so versatile!

    —Janice on August 23, 2012
  • When I see a number of lovely coordinated fabrics in a roll, bundle or stack, I get very inspired to flip through my patterns and grab my roll/bundle/stack and start sewing. There is probably a plethora of keen empirical evidence that supports this habit, hence the need to find coordinated rolls, bundles and stacks in every quilt shop in the world.

    —Pamela Zajicek on August 23, 2012
  • I have only used fat quarterss. I like them because sometimes only a small amount of a particular color or design is needed.

    —Marilyn Steichen on August 23, 2012
  • I’m new to quilting and I like having fabrics pre-cut and my favorite color has so many matching designs in one spot. It makes it easier for a newbie. Thaank you!

    —Carol on August 23, 2012
  • I love how many different fabrics you get and the many possibilities for sewing together. All the fabrics will work with each other.

    —Monika Brooks on August 23, 2012
  • I love all precuts! I have mostly used the charm packs, layer cakes and jelly rolls and I am looking forward to the jelly babies. I’ve begun collecting them as a vital part of my stash, and the charm packs are a great way to match fabrics before you actual order your yardage!!

    —Kathie on August 23, 2012
  • Makes selecting of fabrics a cinch! Helps to define the nature of a design.

    —Marilyn on August 23, 2012
  • I like the precuts because I can just sew. i don’t have to wrestle with a huge amount of fabric on the cutting table.

    —Hope Mitchner on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly rolls are great for practicing your quarter inch seam while sewing–the strip cutting is already done—perfectly! Charm squares are a great way to use your templates and make an I Spy or Tumbler quilt without having to cut from a larger, less manageable piece of fabric! And the Cake Layers are already perfect squares for making half square and quarter square triangles– all great things for all kinds of quilters! Plus you get a variety of colors and styles that you might just want a taste of–not necessarily lots of yardage—of each to use!

    —Kathy on August 23, 2012
  • I like that the colors and prints are all co-ordinated, and I can get on with making a quilt without spending a lot of time at the cutting mat.

    —Sue White on August 23, 2012
  • I love that everything is already cut for me. I just have to pick up the fabric and start sewing. It’s perfect!

    —LillieD on August 23, 2012
  • I haven’t used any of the pre-cuts, I actually logged onto computer to purchase a jelly roll or three. I have read about and watched video showing how they can be used to embellish clothing items and speed up my quilting projects. I’m going shopping.

    —Kimberly Wilson on August 23, 2012
  • I love precut fabrics but find I do not like working with the pinked edges….really wish you would straight cut your strips. Please consider this. Thanks. Linda

    —Linda on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts! You don’t have to bother choosing fabrics that go togather cause it’s already done. There are many fun quilts that can be made from them and if you don’t have a lot of room for stash…they don’t take up a lot of space.

    —Wendy P on August 23, 2012
  • The fabric packs solve my hardest task, that of coordinating colors. No matter which you choose from the jellies to the layer cakes they are ready to go in to strip quilts to appliques. Thanks for making the choices easier.

    —Jackie Cohen on August 23, 2012
  • I have arthritis in my hands and it is very painful to cut fabric. Precuts allow me to get right to work on my project without having to endure the pain of cutting the fabric pieces myself.

    —Rosie on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are spicy!!! variety is the spice of quilting! Can’t cook without spices because it’s too bland. Same with quilting! Add on thOse spicy pre-cuts!

    —Deb H. on August 23, 2012
  • I love simply this…the fact that the cutting is already done for me. 🙂

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

    —Deborah on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts let me sample new fabric lines without spending a fortune. I can "fondle" and dream in the newest colors without feeling guilty. Projects for gifts go so much faster when I don’t have to match fabrics, just grab and sew, sew, sew.

    —Raye Ann on August 23, 2012
  • I love how all the patterns and colors coordinate and the cutting has been done for you which saves time. I have combined different size precuts in a quilt and it was fabulous. Thanks to all the designers!

    —Cindy on August 23, 2012
  • Part of the work has been done for me (and the ruler probably didn’t slip) and there’s a new baby that has arrived, and she needs a quilt. Thanks for the opportunity.

    —Claudia on August 23, 2012
  • I love to find charm square packets because the size lends itself so easily to cutting into the size pieces I use in my small quilts.
    Cathryn Kasper

    —Cathryn Kasper on August 23, 2012
  • What’s NOT to love about pre-cuts! You feel like you have a great collection of fabric without taking up a whole bunch of much needed space for all the rest of your stash!!!

    —Karen Faulring on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because they are so much fun! Not so much cutting time, gives you more time to sew! And there are so many different things that you can do with them. 🙂

    —Laurie Evans on August 23, 2012
  • I love the scrappy look you get when using the pre-cuts. You don’t have to have a large stash to get the same look you can get with the 40 different fabrics included in many pre-cut packages.

    —Margy on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because all the fabrics co-ordinate and look good together. Any they are so lovely to look at.

    —Jenny Loader on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because I can immediately start creating a beautiful, easy quilt!

    —Marcia Renda on August 23, 2012
  • Since I am fairly new to quilting I find that the precuts are so much easier to work with and I don’t feel so overwhelmed! I also like the fact that you can usually find precuts in the same designs and I feel more inspired to make a quilt. I’m sure that with more experience I will become more comfortable and inspired and will not feel as though I need to stick with precuts, but I love them now!

    —Priscilla Corsi on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the pre-cuts that Moda comes out with. I have been buying charm squares since they first came out in a square tin. Lots of patterns to choose from to use with my pre-cuts. The guild I belong to did a quick baby quilt and I made mine with jelly rolls. I had some left over so I made a doll quilt and used the jelly roll strips to bind both items. The only left over I had was a 6 1/2″ strip! I love to go into a quilt store and see all the new pre-cuts that come out each year and of course I most definitely buy some!

    Mary Ann on August 23, 2012
  • Love to quilt; hate to cut! That’s it in a nutshell!
    Anything that gets me to the sewing machine is my friend!

    —Ruth Hampson on August 23, 2012
  • Pre cuts take the guess work out of picking out fabrics that go together. I like jelly rolls and layer caker.

    —Donna Huxell on August 23, 2012
  • I love that they are a collection and each colorway is included. It makes it quick and easy to whip up projects.

    —kimberlee on August 23, 2012
  • I like the pre cut jelly rolls because they save time and are easy to use you can do big projects or small projects.

    sandi grimsley on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are just fun to work with, knowing the fabrics with blend beautifully. And who’s to say you can’t add another fabric to the quilt that isn’t in the line. It’s all up to you. The idea of a scrappy backing is something I’d like to try.

    —Barbara on August 23, 2012
  • I love the speed and color combinations of precuts. Nit just the cutting but the color matching has been done for you! They also have such "yummy" names!

    Lori on August 23, 2012
  • Love that I can get a sampling of an entire line of fabric in precuts without having to commit to yardage. Charm packs are a Dave for just an affordable taste of the line!

    —Jennifer on August 23, 2012
  • I have only used fat quarters, fat eighths and charms but it is so nice to have such a variety without buying full yardage, and to have matching fabric. Next on my list will be jelly rolls because I love the look of the jelly roll quilts.

    —Joanne Gaylord on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing about precuts is that you can go from planning to making in the time it takes to unwrap the precut!

    —Cathy on August 23, 2012
  • I love the sizes! Jelly rolls, especially, are one of my favorite gift items for a quilting buddy. What a great way to get started on a project – all the coordinating colors are selected for you. A gift of a jelly roll has always brought a smile to my quilting buddies! For my buddies that are in to half square triangles, a charm pack does the trick. Thanks for a great idea!

    —Cherrie Kridler on August 23, 2012
  • I love the layer cakes and actually no longer get the charm squares – I can get four out of a layer cake – just might want to make duplicate quilts for the twin girls. The jelly rolls are pretty pattern specific, but love the convenience of them – if only they were NOT pinked and I have gotten them where they were not 2-1/2′. I love the variety of pattern and color coordination. Judy C in NC

    JudyCnNC on August 23, 2012
  • All different fabric together makes it easier to find a matching fabric if you need backing and borders for the completed top one small purchase will usually make a quilt top

    —Kay on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are just fun to work with, knowing the fabrics will blend beautifully. And who’s to say you can’t add another fabric to the quilt that isn’t in the line. It’s all up to you. The idea of a scrappy backing is something I’d like to try.

    —Barbara on August 23, 2012
  • A set of precuts are like a box of chocolates. You may not love every single piece, but it’s so much fun and inspiring to look through them repeatedly until you decide on exactly what project will show them to their best advantage.

    —Penny Hopper on August 23, 2012
  • I love the convience of the pre cuts. The colors all match, the patterns are all related and the sizes are right. Enough there to make a table topper, a bag, a wall quilt, or baby quilt. Put a couple packs together and you have enough for a throw or a small quilt. What’s not to love!!!

    —Bert Mayberry on August 23, 2012
  • I really enjoy pre-cuts, because you get to work with a whole line of a designer You know they go together…having cut is pretty great too..use them alot..

    —Joyce Ann Lippert on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the colours are coordinated….saves a lot of planning….
    thanks for such a generous giveaway!!

    marjorie on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because no matter how hard I try pieced quilting it never lines up correctly. I also love opening a jelly roll to discover all the beautiful fabric and colors that I would never consider if I just purchased fabric by the yard.

    —Marian Adams on August 23, 2012
  • I am a fat quarter addict. They are enough to use in scrap quilts and especially in appliques which I love I would love to add more fat quarters to my stash. Charm packs are perfect for purses and totes, jelly rolls for baby quilts and layer cakes are almost as good as fat quarters for applique. Love them all!

    —Gina on August 23, 2012
  • I love having all the different fabrics that go together and already in strips to start with.

    Fammie Peter on August 23, 2012
  • I am so happy for the layer cakes and the jelly roles. It allowes people a chance to audition a whole line of fabrics without the expense purchasing larger quantities. thanks Moda

    —arlene sobin on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls, charm squares, and layer cakes. They are the first things I look at when I go to a quilt store. You get a large selection of fabrics that all look great together with no effort. They make quick, easy, great looking projects.

    —Missy on August 23, 2012
  • The time saver is the cutting of the fabric the accuracy is done for you all you have to do is choose you color pattern and sew.WOW that is the BEST ever.Lynne mulcahey

    lynne mulcahey on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts! They are a great way to expand your stash and to get a varitey of colours!

    —Sherill on August 23, 2012
  • What do I like best about the precuts??? Well, everything, but particularly that I have the whole fabric line to pick from right in my hot little hands! Too much fun!

    —Kathy O in GA on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts let you get to the fun part of quilting more quickly, they’re more accurate (than my cutting) and they allow you to have some of an entire line, but honestly, what I like best is the delectable way they look just sitting on a shelf in my sewing room.

    —jane on August 23, 2012
  • precuts tke the brain work out of making fabric choices and make for a great finished project

    —Becky I on August 23, 2012
  • I love the time they save, it’s so easy to grab a pre-cut and just get started on a project, plus they are all uniform, no chance of a the ruler moving just a bit when you cut. Fat quarter bundles have to be my favorite though, even though I cut them, having the entire line of fabric makes some amazing quilts.

    —Dana on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I don’t have to cut accurate pieces and I like that everything coordinates!

    —Janis T on August 23, 2012
  • Hi Gina,
    The whole ‘pre-cut’concept is so fantastic. There are even patterns for certain types of Pre-cuts! I love the chance to see all the fabrics in a collection. And it cuts down on your time, too.

    —GG Bocchino on August 23, 2012
  • I like everything that is already measured and cut; that way I don’t have to bother with anything–just get ready to sew!!

    —Leann Williams on August 23, 2012
  • Love them pre-cuts!!! There are so many ideas out there ad I’m trying to do them all !!!!! lol

    Linda Cwiklak on August 23, 2012
  • The thing that I like about precuts is that you get a sample of every fabric in the line. Thanks for the chance to win.

    —Vicki on August 23, 2012
  • With precut fabric packs all the the fabric is coordinated and you can start quickly.

    —Mary EspenshadeFirstBonnie on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get to use all the pieces in a fabric collection without spending a fortune! Also, they’re cute and packaged in a fun way!

    Cheryl Brown on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety of fabrics you get with pre-cuts. And with no work on my part, I have coordinated fabric ready for me to sew! Can’t ask for more.

    —Judy on August 23, 2012
  • WOW!! Can you imagine– hours saved shopping for fabrics; hours saved
    Measuring, guessing, cutting. Just sit down and admire all those fabrics
    wit all the beautiful colors and designs. So much beautiful fabric–so little time!!

    —Pat Cosper on August 23, 2012
  • I am new to the quilting world and the precuts help learn about cordinating fabrics and there are so many patterns that utilize the precuts. Strips, rags, blocks, etc… Thanks for the chance to win.

    —Jada Hughes on August 23, 2012
  • All those jelly rolls, layer cakes, honey buns do not a a pound , but they sure make me look like a good quilter.

    —Donnie T on August 23, 2012
  • I love to use these. They inspire creativity and because the fabrics "belong" to each other it gives you the gift of time in that you don’t have to spend time finding coordinating fabrics. They are easy to use and the possibilities are endless.

    —Cheryl Q on August 23, 2012
  • I am a new quilter……precuts are so easy to use and so much less intimidating to me as a newbie!

    —Cheryl on August 23, 2012
  • It’s simple, they’re pre-cut:)

    —Tina on August 23, 2012
  • I just love all the precuts, but love even more the jellyroll and layercake, I have made 2 queen size quilts with 2 jellyrolls and 2 layer cakes, and not had to buy any extra, there is enough for binding as well,only need to buy backing.Have also made a big bag from 3 fat quarters, and lots more. Great to have a chance to go into the draw.Thanks

    —Meryl B on August 23, 2012
  • I love, love, love pre-cuts!! I love holding them and flipping through them! Can’t afford to buy the entire line….buy a precut!
    They are addictive! Oh yea, sometimes I sew them together! :))

    —Karen G on August 23, 2012
  • I love Moda’s jelly rolls and layer cakes. It made it possible for me to take a beautiful Quilt to Korea for my son’s future mother in law. I love quickie projects.

    —Barb S. on August 23, 2012
  • Although I love picking out my own fabrics, precuts give me a break because they’re all coordinated and work together! So if I’m excited to get started on a project or I’m pressed for time, precuts offer me shortcuts in the fabric selection AND the cutting time… so the project gets started and completed sooner.

    —Kathy Schmitz on August 23, 2012
  • i like getting a little of lots of fabrics!!! i love scrappy quilts and this is an economical way to get LOTS of variety!!

    —JoAn GODFREY on August 23, 2012
  • "pre-cuts" are the best idea to come along in quilting in quite a while. They are such a time-saving element. They allow us to complete our projects sooner and to gift quilts more often!

    —Patricia Georgeff on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you can have an entire fabric line in one fell swoop and do a coordinated quilt. Can I also mention that as I get older, I like rotary cutting less and less (carpal tunnel pain), so precuts literally take the pain out of quilting for me! I have been using the pre-cuts since Moda first came up with the concept and have never regretted a single purchase.

    —Kathi Polz on August 23, 2012
  • What I love best about precuts is having a bit of the whole collection. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    —Tamie on August 23, 2012
  • I love the versatility of the Jelly Rolls. I can use them for so many different types of projects.

    —Dawn Rickman on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that everything matches when you buy precut. You can spend your time sewing instead of trying to match, cut and sew!

    —Debbie Long on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are my favorite because they all play nicely together and you don’t have to cut.

    —Kathy Boushell on August 23, 2012
  • I love the time saved in cutting by using precuts and I really like having a coordinating set of fabrics from the same line.

    —Bonnie on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that you get such a great assortment of prints in each set and they usually coordinate. I haven’t used any precuts yet but would love to! It would be great winning any of these……I already have ideas for them! Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Pam on August 23, 2012
  • Love the precuts….have bought so many charm packs for baby quilts and they are just perfect for these smaller projects.

    —Carol N on August 23, 2012
  • I am a beginning quilter, so I find the Jelly Rolls perfect! I don’t have to try to match my fabrics…it’s already been done for me. I’m not yet comfortable with cutting triangles and such, so the strips help me put together simple, but beautiful lap quilts.

    —Stephanie Taylor on August 23, 2012
  • Charm packs are sooo cute and the new half size ones are even cuter!

    —Linda D on August 23, 2012
  • I absolute L-O-V-E having 42 coordinating fabrics that I did not have to put together myself!!! I can’t imagine going into a shop and asking someone to cut me 42 fabrics. Actually, it’s the finding 42 fabrics that matched in the first place that would drive me crazy. I’m pretty good with quantities up to about 15, but beyond that, I get overwhelmed by the possibilities. So, thanks to the person who invented layer cakes!

    —Robyn on August 23, 2012
  • I’m just starting out with jelly rolls, though I’ve been a fat quarter fanatic for years. My stash closet has bins full of FQs sorted by color and style. Precuts are a great way to add diversity to my stash – I end up with colors I might not ordinarily try, then find they add that extra sparkle to a project.

    —Mona on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety and co-ordination of fabrics you get and of course the convenience of having everything accurately cut, without having to get 40 fabrics from my stash, making one cut from each, refolding and putting each one away again, is incredible. I really thank you and Moda for this generous giveaway and I really hope I win.

    —susan on August 23, 2012
  • I love the convenience of the pre-cuts. I’ve only used charm squares, but there are so many options with these that I’ve always been pleased with the results.

    —Deb Cline on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that they are cut accurately and the fabrics all go together. Plus there are lots and lots of patterns and books out now that use them. And finally, I can get a lot of different colors of fabric without spending a whole lot of money.

    —Ellen Flaherty on August 23, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts because it’s a great way to get an assortment of prints, and I don’t have to buy yards of fabric all at once. Plus, if I’m doing something simple like squares, I can just start sewing, no cutting involved!

    —Jane S. on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that they are already cut and you get a little bit of everything. It let’s me be scrappy and still coordinated as well as giving me the tools to throw together a quick quilt if the sewing bug hits, but I just don’t have the time.

    —Joyce Esquivel on August 23, 2012
  • I love the ease and convenience of pre-cuts. They are so fun to put together. I love them and have bought Moda Charm Packs.

    —Lyn Wagner on August 23, 2012
  • I love, love love precuts. My favorites has to be charm squares, & then jelly rolls. I love the fact that I can make bags & table runners out of squares. I wish I could say why I like them so much–I think its the fact of having so many different fabics all in one bundle. I’m like a kid on Christmas morning when I walk into a quilt shop & find these there
    Kathy

    —Kathy on August 23, 2012
  • What I love most about all the new precuts is the fact that they have allowed me to continue to quilt. I have arthritis so severely that without precuts my quilting would be greatly reduced because of my loss of the ability to do much cutting myself. They have literally saved my quilting life.

    —Jo L on August 23, 2012
  • I am pretty new to making quilts and such so when i got this email I had to read every single word of it. I did know what a fat quarter is but the jelly rolls and such was beyond my knowledge. I have been trying different cuts with different prints and thanks to all of you, I will be on the look out for jelly rolls and precut pieces. Good luck to everyone on the drawings and happy sewing.

    —Sonja Chatten on August 23, 2012
  • I love precut fabrics if you are in a rush to make a quilt, such as a baby was born, an unexpected birthday, anniversary,ect. People knowing that you are a quilter they expect a quilted gift. I have experienced this, buying them something else, they said "Oh, I thought you were going to quilt me something". I then had to quilt them another gift. Last year I gave a close friend a quilt that was patrotic as he was a navy seal. My other friend was there and said "Where is mine". Ha, I went and found a jelly roll and a charm pack. What a life savor that was. I always buy fat quarters while out or on a trip or vacation. They are great, especially if you a have a fat quarter book that gives you patterns. You pick out a pattern and away you go, a few cuts here and there and you have a quilt, wall hanging, table runner, ect. They are so great to decorate your quilting room. I love just looking at them. The other thing they are great for is a new quilter. They have so much to learn about cutting, reading patterns and so on. With precut fabric they eliminate a lot of work so they don’t get discouraged. "I had no idea this was so much work". I want them to get in there and sew, when they see what they have done, they are so excited, wanting to learn more, and wanting to buy more quilting products. They see all the beautiful fabrics that they can buy when there are no precut items. A great way to build up your stash is fat quarters. If you especially like a fat quarter you can go buy more of that particular fabric. What a great way to audition fabric also. Also what a fabulous way to coordinate your colors. Not only are precut fabrics quick and convenient they are also a lesson in color theory.

    —Laura Lightner on August 23, 2012
  • love them they are much faster then years ago but every now and then i love to cut them my self just to make that special one thanks for the chance

    —patty on August 23, 2012
  • The names!!! Jelly rolls, Fat Squares, Precuts, just that alone makes you want to play with them to make something pretty…. No truley the colors match, no waste, and time saved, means more time for quilting…..

    —Shelley Smith on August 23, 2012
  • What I love about jelly rolls is they are precut and color coordinated.

    —Sherry Cominos on August 23, 2012
  • The Moda Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes,Charm Squares and Fat Quarters are a marvelous way to get started right away with a lovely coordinated collection of fabrics in a colorway that I might not otherwise have chosen. Less time invested. No delay to try out new ideas. Lots of wonderful ideas of quilts to pursue are available. I love it! pj stitches!

    —Paulette Bergman on August 23, 2012
  • I absolutely love charm packs. If you sew four 5″ squares into a 4 patch, you can use your diamond ruler and make a large diamond. Taking the pieces left from the four patch, sew the seams together and cut out another diamond which will be exactly a mirror image of the first. From the scraps of the second diamond, you can cut 4 triangles and make the border. There are so many things you can make with charm packs, I just love them.

    —Bernie Farris on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls, layer cakes, charm squares and fat quarters because I have the entire design line to work with. I look at them many times before I decided what I will make with them.

    —Nancy B on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to have a "taste" of the entire line of fabrics without buying them all. I could just become a collector of jelly rolls.

    —Judy Piper on August 23, 2012
  • I love precut fabrics because I love fabric – they let me sew with so many varied fabrics I would be able to put together on my own. I can have lots of favorites with precuts and I do!

    —Rebecca Utley on August 23, 2012
  • What I love about the jelly rolls, honey buns, layer cakes, charm squares & fat quarters is that you don’t really HAVE TO do a lot or any cutting to sew something fantastic out of them. On the other hand, how you sew each type of pre-cut together, you can cut them again easily into different shapes. That way they can be resewn into wonderful designs that could have taken you a long time to cut each individual piece out. You end up with a finished project in 1/3 the time it could have taken. Thank you Moda for coming up with pre-cuts!

    Ms Terry Ash on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best is that jelly rolls and bali pops are color coordinated. They are perfect for quilts like the strip pinwheel. You just need to find a couple borders and begin sewing.

    —Gaile Smith on August 23, 2012
  • i like how all the fabrics are coordinated so beautifully and help save time in this busy world we live in.working ,taking care of families and trying to quilt for some great cause every week . this makes it so easy no cutting ,choosing cordinating fabrics it is all done for you. thank for the great cutting job from the fabric company.

    —sandra stickler on August 23, 2012
  • Lovely to look at, wonderful to hold, researchinhg patterns, a few cuts many stitches and soon I have used the collection in a wonderful patchwork or sampler quilt.

    —Joanne on August 23, 2012
  • Fat quarters are great because they are easy to store and you can have much, much more fabric to choose from. All these precuts are great when you are short on time. They are ready to go. You can easily whip up a small project like a table runner in no time. There are all kinds of fun combination of shapes to make a patch by using fat quarters, fat eighths, jelly rolls and layer cake. It can be really simple to just use a charm pack to make an entire throw top. Really great for people who love scrappy. You can have a huge collection.

    —Marguerite Namdar on August 23, 2012
  • The per cuts are great for people with arthritis of the hands per cuts cut the amount of cutting. Judy Hiergeist

    —Judy Hiergeist on August 23, 2012
  • So many quilts! So little time! Precuts are amazing!

    Nan Welter on August 23, 2012
  • I sure do like jelly rolls. Someone else has picked out the patterns that go together much better than I. I can pick out prints and solids just fine but it seems as if the prints in my mind don’t go with other prints. Must be a mom thing. I just started using jelly rolls and of course the first one I washed. Oh I had a terrible time with the ravels and all of the little strings. What a mess.

    I sure hope I win one of these. Love to quilt and just started 1 year ago and I am 65. Talk about teaching an old dog new tricks.

    Sincerely, Carole Hendrick

    —carole hendricks on August 23, 2012
  • I don’t know who came up with this brilliant idea, but I bless them every time I reach for a pre-cut pack from Moda!!
    Charm squares make perfect baby quilts, and recently I used up a beautiful box of Moda mini charm squares, added a heap of scraps from my own collection, and made a wonderful scrappy wedding quilt.
    What I like best about precuts is the way all the guess work is taken out of the colour choice and how harmonious the end result is.

    —Kayt on August 23, 2012
  • LOVE TO WORK WITH JELLY ROLLS LAYER CAKES & CHARM PACKS AS MAKE FABRIC SELECTION EASY AS YOU GET ONE OF THE WHOLE RANGE JUST NEED TO ADD YOUR CREATIVITY WOULD BE GREAT TO WIN ONE OF THESE PACKS TO START A NEW CREATION

    —Elizabeth Mcmillan on August 23, 2012
  • Not having to cut first is a big boon. I also like that I have coordinated fabrics to work with.

    —Barbara on August 23, 2012
  • I like that I get a sampling of an entire line of fabric in easy-to-use sizes. It’s also eye candy for my craft space and inspires me to be creative!

    —Angela T. on August 23, 2012
  • What I love best is the variety of color and fabrics you get with the precuts! So many patterns, so many books, so many precuts to choose from it’s all good.

    —Debbie R on August 23, 2012
  • As a novice quilter I love precuts of all sizes, they reduce the amount of cutting I need to do, they are totally accurate, and best of all I love the coordinated sets of fabric!! Thank you for the chance. 🙂

    —Karen on August 23, 2012
  • As a beginning quilter, I find that the jelly rolls, fat quarters, charm squares, and layer cakes make it easy to match fabrics and cut patterns. This summer, my first quilt was difficult…chosing colors and fabrics, cutting the patterns…they took almost as long as sewing it together. With the Moda offerings, the fabrics go together, the squares are ready to stitch or cut into triangles…I love it!

    —Sue Harris on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the cutting and fabric selection are already done for you! Choosing fabric can be overwhelming at times and it is wonderful to be able to use all the different fabrics within a given line. There is still so much creativity that can be done by the quilter, but pre-cut bundles allow you to start playing right away with your imagination.

    Thank you for this opportunity!

    —Sharon Thomsen on August 23, 2012
  • I’m not very good at putting colours or designs together, & precuts come in packs that work.They are quick & easy to put together, saving a lot of time & hassles. I think they are brilliant… :o)

    —Sue Hardy on August 23, 2012
  • What I love about precuts are that the fabric choices are all made for you. No hours of searching the store for fabrics that will coordinate. Also there are so many wonderful patterns that utilize precuts. Besides, I like to sew….not cut!

    —Dorothy on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts and use them regularly!! I love how they are co-ordinated. Yardage of a favourite from the grouping can be bought as sashing, borders, or backing. OR not!! You can use the whole charm pack or roll or just the ones that suit a project. They are totally open to suggestion!!
    I love to buy precuts on sale just to have. They are a regular part of my stash.I take them out to fondle and dream of a new quilt.

    —Shannon on August 23, 2012
  • They are color coordinated for my bad eyes on color, precut for a jump start when I want to Quilt (which is always), and most of all if I need additional yardage it is available.

    —Judy McLendon on August 23, 2012
  • I love that all the cutting has alreay been done and that all the pieces coordinate… half the work already done! Love it!

    —Lesa Spegal on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts for all the possibilities there are to use them, place mats, wall hangings, quilts, bindings. The list is endless and since they all coordinate there is no problem matching fabrics and/or colors. For bindings if you are making a scrappy quilt what better to bind with than a scrappy binding. I cut all my scraps into strips just for that effect.

    —Susan on August 23, 2012
  • the best part of precuts is the versatility of fabric.

    —cindy white on August 23, 2012
  • I love precut fabrics they take up less room in my sewing room and the fabrics prints and colors already match for you

    inez on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the Jelly rolls, I get from Moda. I make baby quilts, and Jelly Rolls make the job so much easier and faster.

    —Janet Doby on August 23, 2012
  • I have only worked with charm packs but like them because of the variety of fabrics and since they are already cut, you can get to the project faster.

    —Marlene Vossen on August 23, 2012
  • I love the time they save so that I can be creating!

    —Barb Jolly on August 23, 2012
  • They are so handy with no cutting. The lines are straight and tidy. Just open them up and start sewing.

    —Marcia Bergstrom on August 23, 2012
  • I like that you get a little bit of each fabric in the line. A lot of quilt shops do not carry the whole line, so this is a good way to get all of the fabrics.

    —Carmen Ostrander on August 23, 2012
  • I love the pre-cuts!!!!Takes the trouble out of choosing the right combos for whatever project Im working on. Sometimes you have to buy several of the packs or rolls but its well worth it to have everything ready for you to just sit and sew!!!! Love them!!!!Live if a lot easier with everything ready to go!!!

    —Ann on August 23, 2012
  • Perfect little cuts in a line of fabric waiting to be used in so many ways and quickly.

    Thanks for a chance.

    —Kristen on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I can get so many co-ordinated prints in a package – no fuss, no searching, no second guessing. I have used many precut packs with amazing results. They are a "no brainer" for me.

    —gloria courtney on August 23, 2012
  • I love, love Jelly Rolls and precuts because I have a lot of samples and quilts I make for a shop in our area. I find the convenience of having all the precuts saves me time, and money. I do not have to buy so much whole goods and do not have so many scraps left. I work smarter not harder.

    —Sandy on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite part of pre-cuts is the variety of color and patterns. It takes a bit of thought process to see which ones play nice together. So much fun!

    —Tamara on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are terrific for me because I am so not into cutting lots of fabric all the time. I have a huge stash of yardages, but have recently decided to use those mostly for binding and backings. The jelly rolls have been a life saver for me more than once. Thank you Moda for coming up with the idea. I thank you for the chance to win some lovely fabric.

    —Ele Willard on August 23, 2012
  • Unfortunately we live in a fast paced world. Not much time for the larger pieces of fabrics. Each of these specials cuts makes it handy to put together some lovely quilts. I have a few patterns of Miss Rosie’s and look forward to using those jelly rolls and charm squares. What a beautiful prize. Thank you for the giveaway.

    —Mary on August 23, 2012
  • I have used many jelly rolls, fat quarters, layer cakes, and charm packs. I like using them because they are ususally from the same fabric line and you know they are going to go together. They make quick work of making a quilt quickly. You can never have to many of the pre cuts and I could always use some more. Did I mention they make great gifts for my quilting buddies.

    —Rita Scott on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE pre-cuts! Especially the pre-cut 5″ squares. I have been able to whip up beautifully blended purses, totes and baby blankets for friends and family, in a flash. Being pre-cut makes the project go smoothly and the colors and patterns were meant to be together. I believe that every new baby that I know MUST start out in life with their own blanket. Something that they can use to cuddle in, to chase away scarey things, and to stay wrapped up in love as they grow older. Many I have made are in the hope chest, awaiting the day they can use the blanket on their own little one. What could be better than that!

    —Molly Brown on August 23, 2012
  • What I love about the precuts is that they are so ready to go and they
    are color cordinated with such beautiful fabrics. I love love love them.
    Thanks for this opportunity.
    Sandra Strickland

    —Sandra Strickland on August 23, 2012
  • I like that they are already coordinated so I KNOW they will look great together.

    —joyce on August 23, 2012
  • I love to feel them.
    I love to touch them.
    I love to look at them.
    I love to see them in a basket, on my shelf, next to my sewing machine.
    They are luscious simply to gaze upon!

    —Monica Roland on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts allow me to get the whole collection. and now that we have the twister makes such adorable quilts easily. Thanks

    —diane i on August 23, 2012
  • Just love that so many quick projects can be done and the fabric is all coordinated for you. Great for bags and babies!

    —Pat Hersl on August 23, 2012
  • I love how simple pre-cuts make almost any project!

    —jane denny on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts. I use a jelly roll in white for sashhing – I’m far to busy to cut my own!! and I find I am more likely to use fabric if it is already cut into chaarms or layer cakes for me – if I have FQ’s I just drool on the fabric and am intimidated to cut into it!!! I LOVE the mini charm packs – perfect for Granny Squares!!

    Amy C on August 23, 2012
  • One of the hardest parts of quilting for me is selecting the right fabrics. If I see a fabric or two I like I am unsure of how much yardage to purchase and whether I will later find additional fabric to go with it to make a quilt. The beauty of Moda’s precuts is I get a set of matching fabrics in sizes and cuts I can readily use to make a beautiful quilt. I also like all the patterns available for the use of precuts – like Moda’s Bake Shop.

    —Cinamen Christman on August 23, 2012
  • I like the variety of fabrics/colors in Charm Packs, Layer Cakes, and Jelly Rolls. It is an extra plus that I can get sewing immediately and not have to cut anything. This is especially advantageous when I am travelling in my RV and space is limited — they work great for classes too. Oh, and then there is swapping strips with friends. Golly, there are a ton of reasons to buy the packs and not one single reason not to!

    Cyn; -) in S. Calif on August 23, 2012
  • I like that they are all color coordinated and all the cutting is done !

    thanks.. nancy

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • I love the coordinated fabrics so I don’t need to fuss when doing a project. Also, precut is GOOD!!!!!

    —Jane B on August 23, 2012
  • I like the go togetherness of the fabric colours and patterns

    —SUE SCHAFFARCZYK on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact they are already in the colors you need. You don’t have to color cooradate everything. They are aleady cut fr you.

    Becky Whitehead on August 23, 2012
  • I just love the excitement of unfolding a new jelly roll and seeing the beautiful coordinated prints. I am a quilting newbie so they help me with colors and coordinating. I’ve already made three beautiful quilts from your jelly rolls

    —PhyllisS on August 23, 2012
  • I am new to quilting and have never bought per cut fabric. So I am looking forward to trying them – they really look convenient!

    —Linda Blundy on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precut fabric strips because the choice of color and pattern is always great and I probably wouldn’t have been able to find all the coordinating patterns or colors on my own.

    The end project is always just right.

    Maureen Horowitz

    Maureen Horowitz on August 23, 2012
  • I like the variety of prints in same colorway.

    —Priscilla on August 23, 2012
  • I like skipping the cutting and I like that I get a variety of fabrics all in one package.

    —Nancy Selzer on August 23, 2012
  • I love the convenience of the pre-cut fabrics for fast and easy ways to get started and complete a project. I really love FQs because I always feel I can afford several of them when new fabric lines come out. Thanks for making the giveaway possible.

    —Lou Brewer on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about precuts is the fact that you get all of the fabric line in one neat little package. I then usually decide on a favorite and buy yardage for the borders or backing. I’ve not been quilting for that long but I find that precuts have made my experience much easier and more fun.

    —Robbin on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts they make starting a quilt much quicker and easier. I have lots of charm packs of fabrics I like and use them in quilts all the time.

    —Doreen Rosenberg on August 23, 2012
  • Everything is cut, co-ordinated and you just have to decide on the pattern, sit down and sew!! Saves a lot of time, thinking and trying to
    match colours….it’s already done. And in such a cute package!!

    Thanks for the Give-away. Enjoy reading your emails.

    Carol

    —Carol on August 23, 2012
  • As I have never used pre-cuts, I can’t give an accurate description of why.It seems so good, to see all the different colors and ready to sew!I would really like to try one.

    —Nina on August 23, 2012
  • I like that they give you a wider selection of the fabrics in a collection. Mostly I like to buy yardage, but if I really like all the fabrics in one collection, it seems economical to buy precuts.

    —Jennie P. on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts because they not only save time, they are so versatile. I can make so many great quilt blocks – Disappearing Nine Patch, Drunkard’s Path, Log Cabin, I could go on and on. And of course you have your binding already cut with jelly rolls!

    —Diane Mettam on August 23, 2012
  • I love the pre-cuts! There are so many new patterns available for the cuts, and it is exciting to have the initial cutting done for you in exact cuts. The precise cut makes a better end result. Thanks for the chance to win beautiful Moda fabrics!

    —Susan on August 23, 2012
  • I love Fat Quarters, Charm Packs & Jelly Rolls because they really help in cutting down on the time for cutting pieces for your project. I particularly like the fat quarters as they give you co-ordinated colours/patterns & so take away the guessing factor of whether this fabric goes with that & then enough fabric for large projects. Charm Packs make it fun to make up quick quilts especially for new baby gifts, especially if you don’t know what the type of little bundle will be until it’s born, then voila a new cot quilt with the correct shades in it.
    Thanks for the competition.
    Marion BP

    —Marion Bryant-Parsons on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can buy (or grab from my ‘collection’) a jelly roll and just sit down and create something…a purse…a baby quilt…without having to pull a bunch of fabrics, then press, then cut…yada,yada,yada..

    —Dara on August 23, 2012
  • I love using fat quarters and jelly rolls for tote bags or table runners. All the fantastic prints and colors that are already matched. They save me so much time. And some I just love to look at and can’t get myself to cut them until I find something extra special.

    —Evonne Johnson on August 23, 2012
  • Fabulous way to start a new project because there are five options (fabric sizes) of a collection to play and plan. Also a really easy way to scan and print for cutting and arranging without cutting the fabric first. Takes the guess work out of what goes with what because it’s already been done for us. And best of all–It’s just plain fun to look at all the beautiful fabrics and how they play off each other and the future possibilities we will be starting.

    —Donna on August 23, 2012
  • I love how easy and versatile the pre-cuts are! They’re like a box full of chocolates, every one looks good and it’s hard to choose which one you want!

    —Audrey on August 23, 2012
  • Love that the patterns and colors all coordinate

    —Jean K on August 23, 2012
  • Love Modas pre-cuts. They all coordinate and make assembling a project a breeze. Would be so happy to win!

    —Martha kirkcaldy on August 23, 2012
  • I love charm squares. They can be used for so many projects from table runners and purses to small as well as large quilts.

    —Barbara Jean on August 23, 2012
  • I have been quilting for 10 or more years and never used a jelly roll. I used my first one in May of 2012 and loved it and used every strip, some of them for binding the table runner I made. It was beautiful as all colors blended so well and all were cut the same size. I will certainly use more precut fabics soon.

    —June Hain on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are such ‘eye-candy’ it is sometimes hard to choose just one line or just one size!!!! Can’t get enough of them when I visit a fabric shop. It always fascinates me that they can be utilized in so many ways. Now all I have to do is use more!!!

    —Sharon on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to get all the different designs in a fabric line by just buying one precut! Thanks for the information and the giveaway!

    Angie on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts save time on cutting and I love having pieces of the entire collection for my projects.

    —Flora Humphrey on August 23, 2012
  • I love how quick they make piecing and being able to work with the whole line of a fabric. I use jelly rolls and charm packs the most but I also LOVE layer cakes! Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Sandy A in St. Louis on August 23, 2012
  • I recently bought my first precuts – charm packs – and I am so excited to make a quilt with all the different coordinating fabrics!

    —Jane Cisneros on August 23, 2012
  • I like that I get fabrics from the whole line without having to find every one of them in a store and carry the bolts up and have them cut, or trying to find individual fat quarters in the stores.

    —Lisa Cox on August 23, 2012
  • I love charm packs the best, because you get all the coordinated fabric at an economical price. With budgets so tight, it’s easier to buy the charm pack than a jelly roll or layer cake.

    —Dana Armstrong on August 23, 2012
  • I love to work with charms because you have a vast selection of coordinated fabric already selected and ready to use.

    —Gramma on August 23, 2012
  • I love layer cakes because I like to do the stack, cut and shuffle method. It is so much fun! And the layer cakes are already 10″ squares and are color coordinated. What more could you ask for??!!

    —Bonnie Booy on August 23, 2012
  • I developed a love of sewing as a child. Now I am very limited with severe rheumatoid arthritis, and I have a great difficulty cutting fabrics. All the new cuts available today have enabled me to keep on sewing and enriched my life greatly.

    —Sandra McCarthy on August 23, 2012
  • It’s hard to say what I like the most – the convenience or the fact that the fabrics are already coordinated for me, making my projects an instant success.

    Patricia Valeri on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about using precuts is getting a beautiful set of perfectly color coordinated fabrics that are all ready to be sewn together!

    —Julie in GA on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls because they sew up quick and the colors match–no hunting for colors.

    —Gloria on August 23, 2012
  • I love all precuts because I can get the entire collection at one time. I love getting these coordinating fabrics. There is no question that they all go together!

    —Judith on August 23, 2012
  • I love using precuts as they provide the ability to be creative and to make fast and easy quilts. I have a full time job and have very little time to devote to my quilting. Precuts give me the ability to start quilting immediately as I don’t have to spend hours going through my stash to figure out what fabric patterns and colors I need to complete a quilt. I also love the modern quilts and using charms and jellyrolls allows me to make a lap quilt in a matter of a couple days.

    —Linda Zingaro on August 23, 2012
  • Oooh I love the Good Morning Jelly Roll! I like jelly rolls because they are so versatile and is so useful in many kinds of projects. I recently used a jelly roll for a rug and it turned out awesome!

    —Karen Schultz on August 23, 2012
  • I love having fabrics that go together and are ready to sew!

    —Diane on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are so convenient – everything is done for you, with the colors and prints coordinating, the pieces cut out and ready to sew into whatever your imagination can come up with. They are great when paired with all the new solids on the market. Having precuts on hand makes it so easy to whip up a quilt, a table runner, small items such as mug mats and cosmetic cases, or a quick gift (baby quilt, table topper, tota bag, etc.). What more can I say except that they are so cool to have on hand for a fun and easy project without all that cutting!

    —Maeve on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts – it’s a great way to own a piece of every fabric in a new fabric line. My favorites are charm packs. I even designed my own block and made a king size quilt using only charms. 🙂

    —Sheila F. on August 23, 2012
  • Sometimes I misjudge how the fabric line will work in a quilt.So when I find a line that I’m just not sure about, precuts allow me to make a small quilt to preview how the colors look together.

    —Bonnie B on August 23, 2012
  • I love charm packs for children’s quilts — a great variety without purchasing lots of yardage — and all perfectly sized.

    LeAnn Frobom on August 23, 2012
  • thanks so much for a chance to win — I love pre-cuts 🙂 laurie

    —Laurie on August 23, 2012
  • As I find it hard to cut material because of my hands the precuts are prefect for me as I like to sew and make things and you can make so many things with the precuts now a days.

    —Sharon on August 23, 2012
  • I love all pre-cuts, but especially jelly rolls and layer cakes. I used to wash fabric, then iron it, then cut it before I could even think about sewing it. Now with pre-cuts, you feel like you’re accomplishing something from the get-go!

    —Mary Deckert on August 23, 2012
  • Right now my latest project, and I have no idea where it is going, is sewing 9 patches with mini charms. I lvoe them. The 9 patches are adorable. Just the right size to keep things interesting. I’ve used all of the other precuts, but thought a long time about how to use the mini charms. I’m excited!

    —Julie on August 23, 2012
  • Love, love, love being able to get all the patterns in a line at one time! I love related patterns and the different colorways of the same pattern.

    Linda Carlson on August 23, 2012
  • Hi; My name is Gail Sanders. I am a new at quilting and I believe that precut material is more benificial to use in my projects. I have been cutting pieces off of a large piece of material and find that I have to fix my pieces over again. It can get frustrating if done over and over again. I can really use the precut material and hope that you can help me out.
    Thankyou

    Gail Sanders on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are the best idea since slice bread! They save so much time and we can be so creative quickly!
    The new patterns are amazing! I would Love to create something with them!

    —Carol on August 23, 2012
  • I really like that the fabrics are already co-ordinated because they are from the same line. It takes some of the struggle out of choosing fabrics. Also, how little additional cutting needs to be done to use the fabric.

    —Peggy on August 23, 2012
  • love, love love these colors!! Precuts are super…they allow for less cutting and more sewing. now that is my idea of a fabulous fabric!!!

    —brenda on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE that there’s no hassle about accurate and tiring cutting!!!! Who would ‘a thought! Thanks with whomever came up with this idea!

    susan lentz on August 23, 2012
  • I really enjoy using pre cuts and being able to see the full range of the line. They make my quilting so much easier and are a joy to work with .

    —Susanne Robertson on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because you get the whole range of fabrics in the group to work with. Charm packs are my favorite with jelly rolls next!

    Connie Campbell on August 23, 2012
  • I love the way they co-ordinate – I’m not the best in picking colour schemes and they save heaps of time in both cutting AND selecting fabrics for a project.

    —Joy Vale on August 23, 2012
  • I just dived into the precuts as it is so much easier to create something with less time! I am constantly working and have little time at home…this make the time I am able to sew go much quicker! I love the fabric choices as well since I just started quilting three months ago. Thanks for the give away! Good Morning looks amazing.

    —Ashley Ramsey on August 23, 2012
  • I love that fact that the fabrics are in "families" and I don’t have to worry about something not matching. I am fairly new at quilting, and I don’t "see" what a piece of fabric can turn into. I have to depend on the good sense of these grouped fabrics to help me sew until I get a well trained eye. I work 2 jobs and the convenience of these fabrics being pre-cut helps me jump right into the sewing portion quickly, thus giving me my "fix" uh,er, need to SEW! Thanks sew much!

    —Bonnie Dewald on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety of fabrics available in jelly rolls, charm packs, layer cakes, etc. It takes a lot out of guess work out of choosing coordinating fabrics. They are perfect for the new style of quilts so many of us are making these days.

    —tucsonali on August 23, 2012
  • I love working with layer cakes. They make putting a quilt top together so easy. Charm packs, fat quarters and jelly rolls are also great ways to build up your stash. It is always a good thing to build up your stash!!!

    —Diane Willis on August 23, 2012
  • I use charm packs to choose a unique piece of fabric for an applique design. It’s like having a minature stash available and I always find the perfect piece.

    —Nellie on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts! They take all the work out of understanding what colors work. Instead of a strange, out of balance, creation in colors that I love but which aren’t quite right together, the designers have supplied me with values, shades and figure sizes that sing in harmony!

    —Kathy St Jean on August 23, 2012
  • I love charms, jelly rolls and all the precuts. Such time savers, but more than that I love to use them to jump start me when I don’t know what to start next. I can create a baby quilt for our quilting charity over a weekend, or perhaps a rapid jelly roll quilt. halfway through I may get inspired to add in different patterns and fabrics. they are wonderful for allowing free expression and I don’t have to worry about mis-cutting!

    —Veronica on August 23, 2012
  • Thanks for the chance to win some lovely fabric! I like precuts because I can get right to sewing, without taking the time to choose coordinating fabrics and then cutting them. :0)

    Terry on August 23, 2012
  • I really have enjoyed Jelly Rolls and Charm Packs. I bought my first Jelly roll about 4 years ago and made a lap quilt for my daughter. Later I ordered more coordinating fabrics and ended up with enough fabric to make another lap quilt and to give the scraps to a friend just beginning to quilt. The charm packs are great too, because a lot of the work of finding coordinating fabrics is done for you. I just love them.

    —Drusilla Willhite on August 23, 2012
  • I am finally finishing projects because they are so easy with the precut fabrics! I am sitting here fondling a Moda charm pack because it’s so soft and such good quality. Ummmm!
    Thanks for all the help!

    —Karen Bowen on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are absolutely wonderful because they save so much cutting time and
    there are so many patterns made specifically to accommodate the variety of cuts. Thanks for sponsoring the giveaways and I’d love to win one of the precuts!

    —Janet on August 23, 2012
  • I have used only flannel for baby quilts,but would love to try to use for a strip quilt. I’m sure it would save a lot of time.

    —maureen hirsch on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that everything is ready to go with respect to size and coordinating colors/patterns. Precuts give you a chance to try all the "bolts" within a new line. Lots of fun! Precuts make it easy to sew up something quick but definitely cool!

    —Kathy Wheeler on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that pre-cuts give me an opportunity to get all the pieces in a collection! That way my "Mad Money" goes further and I can buy more fabric!

    —Terri E on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts as they save me so much time and effort! They include all of the fabrics in a particular line, so I don’t have to search for different fabrics at different stores and they are ready to use in whatever project I have in mind. It’s wonderful to be able to put a quilt top together in a weekend, whether it’s a lawnchair quilt (jelly roll), a twister quilt (layer cake) or a charm quilt. (Not to mention that it’s just fabulous to hold all of those yummy fabrics in your hands!) I don’t know what we did without them before ;>)

    —Holly Babcock on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that all the colors coordinate. Everything you need for your project is right there. Saves so much time.

    —Debbie on August 23, 2012
  • I like that I can start in sewing right away, whether I have time to cut something out or not!

    —debby warthen on August 23, 2012
  • I’m a new quilter and I appreciate the help with fabric selection. I know it will all look great together !!

    —Gail Jarvis on August 23, 2012
  • The Moda Layer Cakes, Jelly Rolls, and Chsrm Packs are all so yummy in their vibrant colors it is like having dessert when I sit down to sew. There are so many choices I hardly know what to do with myself…I’ll just keep sewing and sewing and sewing……..

    —Elaine W. on August 23, 2012
  • I have used them before some quilting projects, stripe quilts and they are so convient. My granddaughter
    (9 yrs. old) said for her birthday she wanted to learn how to sew n quilt, for her Birthday present from me. So we found a Jellyroll of fabric in my stash. Ashlyn picked a pattern she liked for her room. And she is now learning about 1/4 in seams, sashing, borders, binding and more. We are having so much fun together. Our memories are growing ever day we get together… I know her great Grandmother would be so proud of her also. Thank you, Grandma Rita

    Rita Ferrier on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts as they are perfect for English Paper Piecing…hexagons diamonds clamshells, with minimal wastage 🙂

    Deb R on August 23, 2012
  • I love fat quarters because I can really see the pattern when I am working with it and I always feel safe enough to make a mistake with that amount of fabric.

    —Ellen Rothschild on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts because they are convenient to use, they are color coordinated, and I get so many different fabrics to use in a bundle without the expense of one-yard pieces.

    —Joyce Carter on August 23, 2012
  • I love the versatility and time saving that is allowed with all pre-cuts. The possibilites are endless and makes quilting as well as crafting quicker and easier. I am only limited by my imagination. The pre-cuts also make my stash build up much less, so I can add more variety to my quilting without costing me a lot of time or money.

    Donna Hoefler on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precuts because there is such potential in them! They are so versatile, and I love dreaming about what I can make with them!

    —Barb Johnson on August 23, 2012
  • As a new quilter, the precuts are a dream come true, especially since our only LQS closed. There is no way I would be able to choose dozens of coordinating or thematic fabric. Thank you for the giveaway.

    —Mary Ellen on August 23, 2012
  • I’m a grandmother and sometimes my cutting was not accurate. Don’t have to worry about it anymore! I love the Moda jellyrolls.

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • It is so much fun to get to see all the fabrics at once without having to buy bigger pieces. Then I can choose which ones I want for a larger project.

    —patti g on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts for the scrappy four patch which i just learned from Missouri Star. I have been making scrappy quilts for a long time, but this was the best tutorial. I look forward to making many more scrappy charm table toppers.

    —LeAnne on August 23, 2012
  • I love working with Jelly Rolls (all pre-cuts actually) because they are already cut to size for a lot of wonderful patterns that make some of the most beautiful quilts. Thanks to all the designers of fabric, pattern makers and the designers of the wonderful handy rulers using the various pre-cuts!

    —Sue Doucet on August 23, 2012
  • Everything!!!! Thecollection choices, the colors, the size, the conveince and most of all because when they are in my stash I can grab one and have at it!!

    —Mary Jo Havertape on August 23, 2012
  • I have used several jelly rolls to make quilts for my family. I like the assortment of fabrics which are of related or coordinating fabrics. They are very easy to use and can be cut to several different shapes. I have also used fat quarters and 10″ squares for table runners and a tote bag for my daughter. The precuts give me more time to sew and complete the quilts.

    —Florence Duheme on August 23, 2012
  • I’ve just recently started using precuts. I used to be the "traditional" purchase-as-you-need-it kinda girl. Now I have discovered a whole new way of quilting with particularly jelly rolls. I picked up some charm squares at a going-out-of-quilting-hobbiest sale this spring and hope to do a Christmas quilt with those. I’m still looking for that perfect pattern.

    —Colette DeGroot on August 23, 2012
  • For me, the best part of pre-cut fabric packs is the chance to see and touch a variety of fabric prints. This gives me the opportunity to decide which of the line I like best, and can then purchase yardage to go with the pre-cut set. I especially like the Moda solid and Kona Solid pre-cuts. Since I like scrappy quilts, the solids give the quilt a resting place! Many thanks to the donors for the lovely fabric.

    —Sally on August 23, 2012
  • I like having a piece of every fabric in a line, that way I don’t have to decide which ones to use.

    —Jayne on August 23, 2012
  • I love getting all the fabrics in a line

    —lori on August 23, 2012
  • I started quilting this year and loving it although my progress is slow. Pre-cut fabrics save LOTS of my time since they are normally themed already, and that helps me so much since I’m not quick to choose coordinating fabrics! I’m not as good with rotary cutter as I would like to be just yet so pre-cuts so very convenient. Just love them!!!

    —Chie on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are very convenient and color coordinated. You spend less time cutting and your project comes together faster. I love all precuts and have bought charm packs, jelly rolls, layer cakes, fat quarters the most….fat eights, honey buns and turnovers occasionally. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Pauline on August 23, 2012
  • Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. The reason I love precut fabric is for the ease and simplicity of the workability of them. They also save time and money. Sometimes in the cutting rituals we do, we don’t always get them "right the first time". That sometimes leaves us with waste. The precuts are also usually color coordinated in beautiful combinations of colors that are both delicious and fun!!!!!

    —Dawn on August 23, 2012
  • I love quick results and am not keen on the cutting stage of quilting so precuts are a blessing in that aspect! I love having an entire line of fabric all at once for a reasonable price! awolk at rogers dot com

    —Anda on August 23, 2012
  • For new quilters, learning to choose the best color combinations takes some time and practice. Moda is the best – the charm packs have all the color coordination already taken care of, something like a professional decorator would come up with. I love it!

    —Judy Cobb on August 23, 2012
  • A quilters dream . Beautiful matched coordenates that are cut and ready to go into a quilt that makes you look like a master of color.

    —cathy bard on August 23, 2012
  • What I love about precuts is all you have to do is pick a pattern, your precut fabric and start your engine (sewing machine motor, that is)!

    —Sherril on August 23, 2012
  • I like buying precuts because you get one piece of each fabric at an affordable price. We fabric hoaders have to have it.

    —Kerri Myles on August 23, 2012
  • I so love precuts! I can’t possibly buy all of the Moda fabric that I love! But with a precut I can play with all of the colors/designs in the collection, buy yardage of my favorite for the borders, and voila! A lovely new quilt. It’s not that I mind cutting the fabric, but, oh, getting to play with it all!

    —Patty on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the fabrics all coordinate. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    —Kristine on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are always color coordinated so it is so easy to start and make a quilt or whatever. Ideal for quick gifts.

    —Rosann on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls and charm packs. Makes making a quick quilt as a gift so fast! I especially like using them for quick baby quilts!

    —Diane Fields on August 23, 2012
  • thanks for this great explanation and usage tips… for those of us who are just getting back into the quilting world after many years all these new terms are confusing and this now makes me feel more confident. I can imagine that now I would have a lot more sewing time is I had precuts to work with… thanks for the giveaway

    —Lawana Whaley on August 23, 2012
  • I love all precuts! It is so easy to pack them and my sewing machine up to take to the Northwoods to our cabin! I can enjoy nature and sewing, without lugging along cutting mats, etc!

    —Mary Baker on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cut fabrics are so handy. In just a minute or two they can go from the store shelf to my hands and become mine. The dreaming can then begin in earnest and the next quilt project turns real faster.

    —Susan K on August 23, 2012
  • I have made a few quilts for the children with Cystic Fibrosis and using those lovely charm packs and jelly rolls really made it possible to turn out quilts in record time. The ABC 123 will look just fantastic.

    —Emerentia Boswall on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety in the precuts. You get a little bit of each piece of the collection. I love variety, the spice of life.

    —Dortha on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts because the fabric is usually all the cuts in a line of fabric and they are color coordinated so that the quilt looks like I have a good sense of color (which I don’t)!

    —Laurelle Shirley on August 23, 2012
  • What I lLOVE about the "pre-cuts"? 2 things–1) I am NOT good at putting fabrics together! I hem-and-has forever if they’ll work together or not so, pre- cuts take 1/2 the stress out of things. 2) I have very limited sewing time and, since discovering pre-cuts, I have turned out tons ad VERY cute (many, thanks to "me and my sister" patterns!) quilts!! For me, they’re a Win-Win solution!!

    —Linda verburg on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I have less cutting to do which saves me time, colors are coordinated, and that I can get more quilting done with less left over fabric. They also save me space in my closet where I store my material. More projects to do, less space taken up, more time to drool over the colors and figure out which quilt I am going to spend my time and love on.

    —Joann knapp on August 23, 2012
  • What is it you like best about Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes, charm squares, and fat quarters

    What I like best about jelly rolls is using them for scrappy sashing, borders, and binding. A jelly roll was a life saver – using one helped me finish a quilt without extra standing/bending for cutting. What I like best about charm squares is their versatility, e.g. for making fast snowball blocks for baby quilts. One charm for the center, then cut a charm into quarters for the corners. I haven’t used layer cakes yet know that 10 inches will be great for blocks in between pieced blocks. Fat quarters of every fabric in a collection are my favorite pre-cut of all. What I like best about fat quarters is the ease of matching fabrics within a collection to make multiple blocks. A fq is a good amount of fabric for a scrappy "it all goes together" quilt.

    —MarciaW on August 23, 2012
  • I like that I can start sewing right away. Can have a new quilt top done in an hour or sew. All the colors look so nice without spending alot of time chosing the matching fabic. Just love it. A great idea for us quilters. Thanks

    —Bonnie on August 23, 2012
  • Oops…pre read before clicking submit! That’s hem and has and tons OF very cute…..

    —Linda verburg on August 23, 2012
  • First of all I like these units because they are color coordinated — saves much of my "choice" time. Next thing I like is that they are all cut the same size – I save cutting time, and any errors in my cutting. Thank you to whomever thought of this great idea!!

    —Margery Krantz on August 23, 2012
  • I like the names! I can have a jelly roll and not even gain weight! The other reason is that the precuts are handy. It cuts prep time down and let’s you get on with the creativity.

    —Janet on August 23, 2012
  • Love PreCuts. They make life simple. All the ideas on how to use them on the internet are great. I would love to win some of the cute fabric preCuts you have on your site!

    —Kel on August 23, 2012
  • Since cutting is hard on my back, I really like the convenience of using Jelly rolls and Charm packs.

    —Barbara Maietta on August 23, 2012
  • I love the coordinated fabrics. The ease of putting precuts together.

    —Suzan miller on August 23, 2012
  • the best thing about charms, layercakes or jelly rolls (honey buns, etc)and now mini charms is having all of the fabrics in the line, of course!

    Sally on August 23, 2012
  • I like the variety of designs and the way they all coordinate with each other. Scrappy designs are my favorites and precuts give a scrappy look.

    —Joan on August 23, 2012
  • I love the time saved by using precuts, especially jellyrolls. The quilt design possibilities are endless!

    —Joan on August 23, 2012
  • Love, love, love the fact that so much of the cutting has been done for me. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

    —Sandy N. on August 23, 2012
  • I have trouble with accuracy when rotary cutting, which can be very frustrating and basically take the fun out of quilting for me. I am a busy
    grandmother and pre cuts enable me to complete projects faster with better results.

    —paula kinnear on August 23, 2012
  • As much as I like to select my fabric, the jelly rolls cut shopping to a minumum and I always love the colors and prints.

    —Judy Powell on August 23, 2012
  • I have limited time to sew so the precuts are big timesavers. I have made 2 lap quilts from Charm Pacs and I like having a sample of all the diferent fabrics in a line.

    —Jean Greene on August 23, 2012
  • I just love using jelly rolls and charm packs. They are all cut and come from a range that all goes together. You can make a single quilt top in a day. Great for those cot quilt gifts as you can sometimes get 2 quilts from 1 jelly roll. JUST LOVE THEM!

    —jenny Kilpatrick on August 23, 2012
  • I am a new quilter – well almost…have made 24 in the last 18 months and always mostly use MODA precuts…just fabulous and I adore all the different ranges. I am an import from Australia, newly living in the USA and am delighted that fabric over here is so much cheaper than in Australia. Without precuts I doubt I would have had the patience or the interest in quilting…I find yardage just takes up too much time and effort when Moda have done it all for you! YAY!!!!!

    —Jilly Anderson on August 23, 2012
  • Other than the obvious faster getting to the sewing part of quilting, I find precuts give me options for fabric that I don’t have. I’m a fairly new quilter, I started quilting in the summer of 2010. So I don’t have a lot of stash. Precuts allow me to work with a variety of fabrics

    —Debbie on August 23, 2012
  • I have limited time to sew and the precuts are a big timesaver. I have made 2 lap robes from Charm Packs and it is nice to see all the different prints in a collection.

    —Jean Greene on August 23, 2012
  • The pre cut fabrics are so much fun to use. I’ve made several quilts using all of them. In our sewing club at our local Sew and vac we’ve learned some techniques that can be used with the precuts. I’ve even been able to help family members who are making their first quilt by suggesting they use the precut fabric as they actually can save money this way and there is no need to buy a lot of fabric that has to be cut. The precuts are great for the budget and for storage as well.
    Bev Passwaters

    —Bev Passwaters on August 23, 2012
  • Start on anew project right away, no cutting. Rita

    —Rita on August 23, 2012
  • I love the precut fabrics because you see all the beautifully colors at your finger tips and this gets my design juices kicked on HIGH!! Away I go into the quilt making world!

    Linda Janovitz on August 23, 2012
  • I love the CONVENIENCE of pre-cut fabrics. Everything is cut precisely for my pattern and I have a collection of coordinating fabrics. It’s wonderful!!! Thanks for the chance to win one of these fabulous pre-cuts.

    —Kathy Biciocchi on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because it is an easy, usable, inexpensive way to have a little fabric from an entire line. And there are so many patterns available now with interesting designs using precuts that they are all the more enticing.

    —Karen Shackleford on August 23, 2012
  • I am sooo excited about the chance to win one of these pre-cut fabrics. As a very, very new quilter (still working on my first quilt), I like the fact that the fabric is already cut and coordinated for me. Although I have sewn for years, I was inspired by a television show to try quilting and I am hooked! So much to learn and so many wonderful resources!

    —Lynn Ekstrom on August 23, 2012
  • Less time cutting=more time sewing! Hooray!

    —Ronna on August 23, 2012
  • I agree, Precuts are Eye Candy..I love them all.
    Fun fun to work with.
    Pauline

    —Pauline Pire on August 23, 2012
  • I love the charm squares….you can automatically set to work piecing…love, love, love it! Also, with the Jelly Roll you get the coordination of all the fabrics…so much easier than (my) guesswork, and, since different lighting gives a different look to colors, it is nice to already have sets coordinated. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the contest 🙂

    —Marie P on August 23, 2012
  • I have always thought that whoever thought of making per-cuts was a genius! The thing I like most is that they are ready to go….if I have only an hour or so to sew, I don’t have to waste time on prep work. I also love that the fabrics are coordinated for me. Thanks for the offering.

    —Fran on August 23, 2012
  • I love that pre-cuts and jelly rolls provide parameters, within which I can be my most creative. I love challenge quilts, and having a preset collection offers me a challenge.

    —Candace Gregory on August 23, 2012
  • The wonderful introduction to precut bundles has allowed more enticing patterns to be created. Mixing a precut bundle in a pattern is another way of ‘cooking’ and expressing our creative side! I enjoy fondling and sorting the fabulous range of fabrics found in a jelly roll.

    —Kim on August 23, 2012
  • I have used charm packs to make totes. I like having them for different seasons or projects.

    —Marilyn Koestler on August 23, 2012
  • I make scrap quilts so I love small pieces, precut charms och strips are fabulous. I do get more satisfaction from fat quarters as it means I can use the fabrics in matching quilted pieces, like bags (even lining) and camera-, phone- and make up cases.
    I would like the fat quarter pack if I win, thank you

    —Ritva Ljungqvist on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that I can grab and sew….

    —Sue Goodin on August 23, 2012
  • There are SO many cute patterns out there for charm packs, layer cakes and jelly rolls and thus is very easy to sit down and whip out a cute project for a gift!!

    —Sherrill on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because I can see the whole line of fabric and decide what I want to use from it and what I don’t want to use.

    —Debbie on August 23, 2012
  • I like these smaller cuts of fabric for many reasons: A little goes a long way- You really can get a lot of pieces out of a fat quarter. I usually buy precuts when I see a line of fabric I like, but don’t have a specific project in mind for it’s use. That way, I won’t miss out on having at least some of the fabric before I can’t find it anymore. However, if I really like it, I’ll find a project in my files and buy enough of the new fabric to make the project. Mostly I buy these cuts so that I can have at least some of what’s new and to add to my stash.

    —Bebe on August 23, 2012
  • I enjoy precuts because they save time, but more importantly, offer the advantage of sampling the whole line of fabric, saving time and money. I like to make quick quilts for gifts and donations and pre-cuts are the answer. Of all the types available, I like jelly rolls best because I enjoy working with strips and strip sets.

    —Fran on August 23, 2012
  • Since I work a demanding full-time job that often necessitates overtime, pre-cuts are a perfect time-saving solution that allow me to get more of my projects finished. Since it always so difficult to limit myself to just a couple of fabrics in a collection, I also love the fact that pre-cuts give me a little "taste" of them all!

    —Shelly on August 23, 2012
  • Cutting is the worse part for me. I can take precuts to make beautiful quilts. Have lots in my stash.

    Patty Mannon on August 23, 2012
  • Just really geting started so i’ve been experimenting. Thanks for the tip about not pre washing.

    —shay on August 23, 2012
  • I like the accuracy with which they are cut…So many times my ruler (even the ones with the dots on the back) slide and I end up with a strip or square I can’t use. Also, you can get a real mixed bag of fabric prints without buying a lot of extra material.

    —Cathy Hemler on August 23, 2012
  • I enjoy being able to get a selection of fabrics that coordinate both in design and colors without having to purchase larger yardage amounts. I also enjoy the uniformity of the pieces.

    —Lorinda Elson on August 23, 2012
  • I love a planned scrappy look – and pre-cut strips always provide the variety for scrappy, plus the color coordination for a planned quilt. And I just found a (another!) new jelly roll pattern that I’ve been meaning to try…

    —Margaret Minton on August 23, 2012
  • It is so easy to put together a quilt project with a pre-cut fabric pack. All the fabrics are coordinated for me, and with many patterns there is a minimum of cutting necessary. I am much more likely to finish a project if I can get to the sewing stage quickly.

    —Marcia Gilbreath on August 23, 2012
  • I love all the variety as well as the first bit of cutting is done so it is faster to get to the sewing phase!

    —Terry K on August 23, 2012
  • What do I love about Jelly rolls and charm packs? Seeing the fabric lines’ colours and designs arranged so deliciously and irresistable! I don’t think there is such a thing as an ‘ugly’ jelly roll, even if you wouldn’t like the fabrics if you seen them separately. And I love that I don’t have to do the matching and coordinating……it’s all there already!

    —Sarah on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly rolls are like a buffet of fabric, a complete selection of all the fabrics you want to try but couldn’t afford to order a la carte. And no calories either!

    —Althea on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts not only save time with the cutting but also with coordinating fabrics. I love charm packs but any of the precuts are great. Thanks for a chance to win!

    —Vicki on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE PRE-CUTS BECAUSE I CAN HIT THE SEWING MACHINE QUICKER AND GET SEWING SOONER! AND MY QUILT TOP IS FINISHED DAYS SOONER THAN IF HAD TO DO ALL THE CUTTING IN THE NORMAL WAY! (ROTARY CUTTER) AND I LOVE ALL THE CONTEMPORY FABRICS!

    —MARIAN DYRDAHL on August 23, 2012
  • I love using precuts because they save time…both time of cutting and time of trying to match fabrics. I love the way a collection looks together and that you can choose one or two of the collection to finish off or accent the whole quilt!

    —betty anne on August 23, 2012
  • The fabrics in a precut bundle blend beautifully making me feel like I am awesome at choosing coordinating fabrics. Making a quilt out of a bundle is close enough to a scappy quilt without making it too busy!

    —Kathy on August 23, 2012
  • I love ’em all! So easy to use and ready to go whenever the urge to sew strikes. I really like how all the fabrics coordinate, saves me time in shopping not having to go match up what goes with each piece. EASY PEASY! This offer is SUPER and so generous! I would love to win these! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

    Good Luck everyone!!

    —Dorene on August 23, 2012
  • The thing I like best about Jelly Rolls and Charm Packs is that the fabrics are already cut into shapes that can easily be combined and/or cut and made into nicely sized projects! That fact that you get an entire fabric line is pretty fabulous too!

    Beth Beal on August 23, 2012
  • I like the accuracy of the cutting you get with pre-cuts. I’m a new quilter and definitely can’t cut as well! Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Ellen M. on August 23, 2012
  • The pre-cuts often contain an entire coordinated collection of fabric, whereas the local quilt shops frequently stock bolts of only a few selected designs or colorways of a collection.

    —Tesuque on August 23, 2012
  • I like that I get every fabric included in the line. It’s sometimes hard to evaluate a fabric by simply seeing it online and not one quilt shop in our area stocks a complete line of anything. Once I see and feel the fabrics I can pick out my favorites and order with confidence what I cannot buy locally.

    Bobbie on August 23, 2012
  • They’re irresistible and loveable…They go together so quickly and can be done in a weekend. They also remind me of the great look that scrappy quilts have like my grandma used to make and give me "warm fuzzies" all over.

    —Stephanie J on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls as they are great for the Jelly Roll 1600 race. What a way to use up all the left jelly roll strips and bobbin thread. Sometimes it’s nice to just make a simple quilt with little thinking.

    —Nancy Kipp on August 23, 2012
  • Um, I think I prefer fat quarters because they are versatile and large and can be cut to most any size…

    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

    michele on August 23, 2012
  • THE BEAUTY OF A FINISHED QUILT DEPENDS ON THE ACCURACY OF THE FABRIC BEING CUT PRECISELY ON GRAIN WHICH IS NOT EXTREMELY EASY — PRECUTS MAKE IT SO MUCH EASIER TO PUT MORE CREATIVITY INTO A QUILT RATHER THAN HAVING TO BE A SKILLFUL MEASURER AND CUTTER — AFTER ALL, QUILTS ARE ART, NOT ARCHITECTURE.

    —SALLIE ELLIOTT on August 23, 2012
  • I have used all of the different typs of pre-cuts in my quilts. Charm squares and jelly rolls in coordinating fabrics are great creative stimulants. So many ways to lay them out. Most of my layer cakes and fat quarters have been used to make quick gifts such as table toppers and trivets. Who can really say they like having to cut all the shapes for their quilts, wish I had been the one to think up the pre-cuts.

    —Beverly Caldwell on August 23, 2012
  • I like the jelly rolls and charm packs because the can all be used together instead of shopping to find what goes with what. I love the variety.

    —Melissa Jefferys on August 23, 2012
  • Every time I purchase a jelly roll or a charm stack, I think how fortunate we are to have precut fabrics and I think of all of the squares and strips my grandmother had to cut with scissors that weighed a ton so she could hand piece quilts for her family of 9 children and the 35 grandchildren she had. I so will she could be with me today to see my first quilt (made from a jelly roll) and to experience the easy way to quilt.

    —Marsha Davidson on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls and charm packs because they do all the coordinating for you.

    peg on August 23, 2012
  • I love scrappy quilts so pre-cuts give me a way to really add pizzazz to my quilts and in a faster way. I just love the look of the Good Morning line!

    —SueAnn Wirick on August 23, 2012
  • I like the convenience of them already being cut and you can just start sewing or they can be cut up some more to make a little more intricate design.

    —Susan Kellam on August 23, 2012
  • I am not good at picking colors and designs..Buying the precuts all the work is done for you and the colors and prints are AWESOME

    Wendy Shaver on August 23, 2012
  • I don’t have to worry about the fabrics blending together. Some of the new patterns are so much fun to make, and look like you spent a lot of time to make them. Precuts also give me that scrappy look I love.

    —Jean HS on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing about precuts is getting to see the whole line at once. The next best thing is that if you want a scrappy look its already done for you!

    —Marie Atkinson on August 23, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls. I love to unroll them and see all that color. They are a great way to get the entire line of fabric in a collection without buying cut goods, or finding a store that even carries the entire line. It is great fun to create new patterns using the precuts. I also use them to audition a line of fabric before buying cut goods. They are a huge time saver. You can get right down to quilting much sooner and this means you can get that quilt finished quicker.
    Thanks for the generous give away. Good luck everyone

    —Janice in California on August 23, 2012
  • One of the hardest parts of quilting for me is finding fabrics that match & go well together. But with the precuts, all the fabrics go well together, so that elimates a lot of stress in the quiltmaking process for me!!

    —Debbie Reber on August 23, 2012
  • I like the fact that they all take up less room in my sewing room. So I have more room for more fabric, even if it is smaller cuts. They are also handy to have on hand for almost any projects. I’ve even seen skirts that use jelly rolls!

    —Ginger on August 23, 2012
  • I like having so many different fabrics in one pack! Love precuts!

    Deb on August 23, 2012
  • I love seeing all the fabrics in one line from the precut packs. They also push me to work with some fabrics I normally would not have picked wtih surprisingly postitive results!! Thanks for the offer!

    —Connie on August 23, 2012
  • 123 all the work of matching and cutting is done! Thanks so much!

    Sherry Salter on August 23, 2012
  • The first time I used a charm pack I was hooked! Love how everything matches and how fast the quilt came together! Layer Cakes are just as amazing! Love that I’m not spending my time cutting fabric! What a great idea!! Would love to be the winner!

    —Terrellee on August 23, 2012
  • I love Precuts because the amount of patterns available to create with. The fact that you can buy a bundle of fats or precut squares makes it awesome to throw together a quick project!
    Thank you for the give away!

    —Audrey Gerrits on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are convenient, co-ordinated, contempory and coveted by me!!!
    Using them elevates your work to the look of a modern experienced quilter!

    —Donna Purchase on August 23, 2012
  • I love to see the entire line of a fabric and the fact that I can get right to the sewing instead of spending time on cutting! Thank you for the chance to win some great fabrics!!

    —Tami on August 23, 2012
  • I am in love! I have only recently bought my frist set of charms and jelly rolls. All in batiks. Fantastic. I have already started two different quilts. I love how little cutting you have to do.The fact that you get a big section of different prints in different colors is wonderful too.

    —tracy belgarde on August 23, 2012
  • They save me from taking the time to cut them, and they are accurate–something I am not always so good at. I also have a set of coordinated fabrics to use in a project. They’re also just fun to use!

    —gail on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly Rolls, Charm squares and Layer Cake pre-cuts make my life easier. I love petting fabric and when I can have one entire line to pet it’s nirvana. I love having my fabrics cut and ready to piece into a beautiful quilt for a special person or occasion. Thank you Moda for coming up with such a wonderful idea for your lovely fabrics!

    —Kim P on August 23, 2012
  • I like that you just start sewing if you want and that you get a sample of the whole line.

    —Tammy on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly rolls are such a pleasure to work with,all your colors and no hassle. Quilts look wonderful, easy to use and so delightful. I always check out all jelly rolls..bought four just recently. What a great idea for those of us who are color dysfunctional.

    —Becky Crowson on August 23, 2012
  • I happen to enjoy rotary cutting, but the pre-cuts allow me to start with consistent sizes and then cut to fit my pattern. I particularly appreciate the coordination of patterns and colors within each pre-cut bundle – takes the guesswork out of choosing fabrics. Whenever my creative monster rears it’s head I can always add additional fabrics to my pre-cut projects.

    Rosine on August 23, 2012
  • I love the layer cakes and charm squares because they are great for appliques and also scrap quilts. A great way to get a nice variety that complement each other. So much fun to flip through the stack and uncover all the treasures!

    —Janet on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite precut is fat quarters. I don’t know why but I am drawn to buy them. I’ve made several quilts using fat quarters using the Fat Quarter Fashionita pattern. Just recently made a tabletopper quilt using some charm packs and the lil twister template. Very quick and easy.

    —Marilyn R on August 23, 2012
  • I am a beginner quilter. Years ago I quilted a few baby quilts but did not continue with the art because I found buying yardage and coordinating them very stressful & this did not promote the therapeutic feeling which sewing gives me. Having these pre-cuts have taken away that guesswork, and I also find them to be more sustainable in the sense that They help me reduce and conserve on the amount of fabric being bought and to better utilize my limited apt. space.

    —Nicole Roberts on August 23, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts cause I hate cutting! Plus they are accurate 🙂

    —SWarren on August 23, 2012
  • I love the pre-cut fabrics because they are easy to get started on a project quickly because some of the cutting is already done for me. They are also well coordinated fabrics and can be put together to make a wonderful quilt.

    —Celeste Catano on August 23, 2012
  • Working with precut fabric collections takes the guesswork out of finding coordinating fabrics to use and assemble in quilting projects. Also less time cutting and measuring and more time to assemble and stitch! Wonderful idea!

    —Terali Richardson on August 23, 2012
  • I like precuts because I would much rather spend my time sewing than cutting fabrics. I like the variety of fabrics in precuts and when working on a scrappy quilt, precuts make the project go so much faster. If one doesn’t have a stash of fabrics to choose from, using precuts provides multiple sizes of fabrics and a good supply of fabric designs without having to decide which fabrics harmonize with one another. The guesswork has been taken away. Thanks Moda!

    —Irene B on August 23, 2012
  • I love being able to use all of the fabrics in a particular line. There are so many wonderful patterns written for pre-cuts that you can grab a pack and start sewing. It’s instant gratification.

    KatieQ on August 23, 2012
  • I like the serendipity find of the pre-cuts, I find a set of fabrics in one package and then I get to try all of them in a project. It gets my creative juices flowing.

    —Kim on August 23, 2012
  • I so love Jelly Rolls to make quick quilts with, and charm packs to make disappearing 9patch blocks for quilts!

    —Shirley in Canada on August 23, 2012
  • Hi! I love precuts because so many patterns now use the "recipe" of one layer cake and one jelly roll or 3 charm square packs and a jelly roll. It is all so convenient. To get a huge variety of patterns in one bundle is also a bonus. Brilliant idea!
    Kathleen

    —kathleen waldron on August 23, 2012
  • Moda quality fabric by the world’s best designers in easy use cuts that can mix & match with one another using layer cakes, charms, candy,jelly roll, honeybun, turnovers; there is a precut for any quilt. Can make from baby to king-size. Plus they just look so good in the sewing room.

    Thank you Martingale & Moda for the giveaway. Love both collections as already have charms to check them out. Can always do with more.

    —Susan Sampson on August 23, 2012
  • Not have to press a big piece of fabric before getting down to business. If your precuts need to be pressed before you cut them into shapes for blocks – it only takes a minute!

    —Andi Rauch on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fun color combos, and new modern patterns for the precut fabrics!

    —Kristin Quintana on August 23, 2012
  • I live 1 1/2 hours from a good fabric store. This would be great material for a quilt for my grandaughter.

    elr on August 23, 2012
  • What I like best is that they are great time-savers!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Holly Laux Dapore on August 23, 2012
  • The pre cuts are like getting to "taste" all the fabrics in a design line. Wonderful!

    —Marcia on August 23, 2012
  • The thing I love about precuts is that I get the opportunity to work with fabric designs and colors that I might not pick on my own. It’s so fun to open up the package and see all the pretty pieces. There are so many things I can do with them, the possibilities are endless. I’m quite addicted to precuts!!

    —Renee on August 23, 2012
  • The fabric is ready to sew! Yeah, less thinking on my part. Also then there are so many neat colors and patterns to play with. Mix and Match I love it.

    —Leesa H on August 23, 2012
  • Time!! Time!! & Color coordination. I have made 80 Project Linus quilts in the past year & it would not have been possible without Jelly Rolls & Charm packs. They save so much time!!

    —Mary Heinen on August 23, 2012
  • Jelly rolls and layer cakes – sound delicious! I’ve never tried either one so this would be my first experience. But I have to admit, having pre-cut fabrics makes the sewing go easier and when they are precisely cut, takes the worry away about accuracy. Charm squares can be lovely, but that’s a lot of sewing those tiny little squares!

    —Alice Hourihan on August 23, 2012
  • Well, of course, the best thing about precuts is you don’t have to do as much cutting, the precuts make the fabric easier to manipulate, and you get a piece of each fabric in a collection.

    —LJ on August 23, 2012
  • I get to see every fabric in the line plus they are ready to use!!

    Kate Brown on August 23, 2012
  • The thing I like best about jelly rolls, charm packs and other pre-cut fabrics is that I can have all of the fabrics in the line. I love scrap quilts and this allows me to get a scrappy look with fabrics that are designed to work together. If my quilt will have a border, I can pick my favorite from the line an buy enough for the border.

    —Renee on August 23, 2012
  • I love the coordination of the prints you get with pre-cuts!

    —Sally Bee on August 23, 2012
  • I like having all that color-coordinated fabric at my fingertips, and all ready to sew!

    —Romkat on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts. I lead a busy life-style and quilting is my preferred way to relax. I like to be able to grab a jelly roll, layercake or a couple of charm packs and get sewing faster. Works for me!

    —Sharon on August 23, 2012
  • Sewing starts when you break it open. I especially love jelly rolls. There are now so many great patterns and most of the cutting has been done. Next favorite is layer cake…love to double slice. Since the collection is assembled the project just flows to completion.

    —Cheryl in Iowa on August 23, 2012
  • I like the colors and the yummy titles…jelly rolls(breakfast foods), layer cakes(who doesn’t like cake?), fat quarters(chicken parts). It’s like a smorgasbord of beautiful, ready to make quilts and projects.

    Linda Huebner on August 23, 2012
  • I like that you get the whole collection. I also like the ease of the precuts and the endless possibilities of what you can do with them.

    —Carmen Christian on August 23, 2012
  • Anyone of these fabric cuts would be fun to win. They all make up fast and look great. What fun to plan!!!!!!!!!!

    —Christi on August 23, 2012
  • What is there not to LOVE about them? Precut to the same size that I could never do, already color or style coordinated & SO many to choose from!They are easy to store & carry with me to go to the fabric store to shop. No leftovers in weird shapes to deal with. Can be made into just about anything I would want to make.Thank you for your lovely fabrics 🙂

    —Debra C. on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can have a large variety of patterns in coordinating colors without buying a lot of fabric.

    Mary Jo MCKelvey on August 23, 2012
  • Pre cuts are great for paper piecing. I don’t get that sick feeling that comes from whacking into yardage for a two inch square!
    Boppiesgirl at gmail dot com

    —Jo on August 23, 2012
  • ILOVE precuts! It makes it easier to get the fabrics that will blend together and I can get to sewing super fast! I’ve only been quilting for a short while and have focused on all the different sizes and types of quilts I can make using jelly rolls, charm squares and layer cakes.

    —Janet Sabol on August 23, 2012
  • I really like that the precuts contain the full range of the line. A quilt co-ordinates so well when you use precuts and the quilt makes up faster when there is no cutting to fuss with.

    —Nadine on August 23, 2012
  • The best thing I like about precuts is that I don’t have to worry and stress over coordianting colors! It is already done for me and I can allow myself to get as creative and crazy as I wish. I must admit I enjoy the process of adding this and that and oh, this is pretty. Makes me smile!

    —Debra Waldrop on August 23, 2012
  • I like the variety you get since you wind up with the entire collection. And I like how easy they are to work with. I quilt in a pretty small space in my apartment (ok, so I’ve taken over half the living room), so the bigger the piece of fabric I’m cutting from the harder it is.

    Haley on August 23, 2012
  • I like that there is no prewashing or cutting off of a big piece of fabric. They are ready to go! Plus the variety a pack offers.

    —Janet on August 23, 2012
  • I’m really bad at choosing fabrics, so the precuts are a big help to me. I just love using charm packs for purses, tote bags, and table runners, and believe me, I’ve made quite a few of them! I am also a fan of jelly rolls for the same reasons. Thanks for coming up with the idea of precuts.

    —Sherrie on August 23, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are so fun as one can start working once they arrive!!

    —Jacki Faller on August 23, 2012
  • It’s like getting two boxes of chocolates–one all the same flavor and one mixed flavors. Both are good, but the mixed box is a little more fun–a surprise in every bite. And so much easier than making them all from scratch. Or cupcakes. We can do a cupcake analogy here, too. Wait, what if it was a box of slices of different flavors of jelly rolls, vs one big jelly roll. Am I on the right blog?

    —Jusa on August 23, 2012
  • I love that you get an assortment of fabrics and the best part…. they are cut and can be used as is in some case… or minimal time spent cutting and you can jump in and sew! Shuttermom77 at gmail dot com

    —Stephanie O on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because the cutting is already done for you so you can make quilts for those you love alot quicker. The convienence factor is priceless!

    —Donna Fuqua on August 23, 2012
  • I like having all of the fabrics color coordinated.

    —Judy J on August 23, 2012
  • I like fat quarters because it allows me to get a lots of different fabrics. Jelly roles and layer cakes are great for sampling a line of fabric or to save time cutting.

    —Jamie on August 23, 2012
  • Precut fabrics allow me to try many fabrics in a line. I often find that I actually like and want to purchase more of a fabric that I really didn’t care for when I first saw it. Suddently, there are new ideas for another project!

    —Nita G on August 23, 2012
  • I really enjoy the ease of use. No time wasted matching fabrics because it’s already done for you.

    —Rita Jackson on August 23, 2012
  • Hi, the reason I like precut fabrics is because I have problems cutting my own fabric because of problems with my eyes.
    My husband even bought me an Accu Quilter to help me with more accurate cuts. I avoid cutting whenever possible, because it is so frustrating for me. I also love the precuts because all of the fabrics go so well together and the quilts sew up beautifully!

    —Jan on August 23, 2012
  • I love having a little taste of each fabric in the collection!

    —Diane Redfearn on August 23, 2012
  • Precut fabrics save so much time and wear and tear on my aching hands. I would love to be chosen as one of the winners. 🙂

    —Teresa Heiselt on August 23, 2012
  • favorite thing about precuts….you mean the jelly rolls and the layer cakes??? no calories and they look yummy enough to eat. They are so hard to resist. thanks for the giveaway… hoping to win one of these yummys! janita

    janita on August 23, 2012
  • I really like precuts as I want to sew more. The convenience is wonderful, both in the cut and grouping of fabrics.

    —Karen D. on August 23, 2012
  • Zowie! Over 1000 comments! 🙂 I love pre-cuts because you get the whole line. Often a store will only order a few of the fabrics in the line and then you search and search for the others. And since I like to dig in right away when new fabric comes into my house~ I like that you shouldn’t wash pre-cuts! LOL Win-win!! Thanks for the very informative post and the wonderful giveaway!!

    Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts on August 23, 2012
  • Precut fabrics are a great time saver: first no time spent to colour coordinate, same quality all over and the certainty of even cutting.Fabulous!

    —Cherine on August 23, 2012
  • I love precuts because you can turn out a project quick and easy. I just make a 1600 inch (?) quilt for a coworker and she loved it.

    —Caryn Saakguchi on August 23, 2012
  • I like them being already cut, ready to sew; I often make the jelly roll MILE A MINUTE quilts for charity, and when you have a pre cute jelly role, this really gets done quickly. I also like the fact that it is already totally color coordinated for me.

    —Judy on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can just start sewing! Thanks for the drawing.

    —Mary Furber on August 23, 2012
  • The indecision experienced for fabric color selection is taken care of to insure a quilt top that is pleasing and not a "why did you do it THAT way?" It’s a good confidence builder.

    —Sharon A on August 23, 2012
  • I have found out that I am color CHALLENGED so putting fabrics together myself is either extremely difficult or I spend all day in the fabric store trying to match prints. With jelly rolls it’s all done for me and I look like a genious. Thanks for this opportunity.

    —Missy B on August 23, 2012
  • I love the convenience and the wide selection of matching fabrics. Hard to go wrong!
    Carol

    Carol on August 23, 2012
  • I love the convenience of having the fabric pre-cut and the chance to see so many coordinated fabrics from the same line. i am currently addicted to making totes from charm squares.

    —Chrys Morris on August 23, 2012
  • I love having a piece of each fabric in the collection to work with. Also, with jelly rolls there is less cutting before you can start sewing.

    —Christine Atwell on August 23, 2012
  • My favorite thing about pre-cuts is there is no guesswork involved in choosing coordinating fabric. Everything in the pre-cut package goes together. Since choosing coordinating colors/fabric is one of my biggest challenges, it is nice to just pick pre-cuts up and be able to go to town on a project.

    —Michele Dawson on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I don’t have to worry about cutting the strips myself & risking the dreaded "V" cut. Also getting a wide variety of different fabrics to work with, without having to buy 1/2 yard or so of each.

    —Judy Forkner on August 23, 2012
  • I love the charm packs for quick gifts to make for friends. From a pincushion, purse, quick gift bag to making the coasters for wine glasses or your coffee cup. Jelly rolls, they all match together and are already cut and ready to start. I have at least 15 or more halloween charm packs that will make a great quilt one day.

    Kim

    —Kim K. on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the precuts have a little of each fabric from a line.

    —Becky S on August 23, 2012
  • I love the assortment of fabrics all in one place!

    Lynn on August 23, 2012
  • I love the variety of the precut packages. Before precuts I never would have had a piece from each print in the line. Now I love to buy charm packs for small projects like table runners, and layer cakes for larger projects. They save so much time!

    —Jacklynn Grimm on August 23, 2012
  • So many colors and designs in one little package and they all work together!!!

    —Judy P on August 23, 2012
  • I love the coordinated fabrics in jelly rolls and layer cakes. Someone else’s expert eye has coordinated the colors and designs for me.

    —Marilyn on August 23, 2012
  • What’s not to love about pre-cuts? The main cutting is done for you. You get a wide selection of fabrics and they are color coordinated to boot. It makes starting a quilt a breeze!

    —Meta Bonnell on August 23, 2012
  • I love that the fabrics all go together and that I don’t have to do much "thinking" if I’m working with Pre-cuts – especially Charm Paks. I much rather just grab them and start sewing instead of doing math and cutting!

    —Cindy W on August 23, 2012
  • I like them because of the names – jelly rolls, layer cakes, charm squares and fat quarters. The first two – jelly rolls and layer cakes just sound so yummy. It makes me want to go create something wonderful.

    —Michelle Jacques on August 23, 2012
  • I have preferred the Moda lines since I began to piece quilts 11 yrs ago.

    I buy mostly charm squares and an occassional jelly roll, look forward to the new cuts soon.

    some of your lines I store away for when I hope to make me something, I love the butter creams and the brights and so many lines I cant recall them without going to my stash, in the back hidden -waiting. If I go look I will stay there and not finish here-lol

    I have 2 layer cakes I am saving in black and white for a special quilt and I use your patterns a lot.

    If Moda was to leave the business, the world would experience a great artistic line missing in their creations.

    —carol c on August 23, 2012
  • I love the fact that all the colors are together!

    —Melinda on August 23, 2012
  • So many people loving the same things about precuts. I mirror all of the other comments but I recently went to my first retreat and learned about the disappearing nine patch made with charm squares. I bought enough packs of charm squares for a king size quilt made this way and I was able to marry both my desire to make such a big quilt and my desire not to be making so many repeated blocks. What fun and plenty of time to enjoy the group and still create something unique!!

    —Susan Graham on August 23, 2012
  • I have never used precuts but would like to try. I am crazy about colors, so the different combinations to be achieved from Jelly Rolls for instance would certainly keep me occupied for a long time! I’m not sure I’d have a heart to actually cut them up… I’d just have to buy another set, I guess. Consider the last 2 sentences read over and over again!

    mirja on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can get a piece of every fabric in the collection with the pre-cuts. That means I can buy more fabric!!!

    —Cindy S on August 23, 2012
  • When purchasing pre-cuts, I love having a piece of everything … at my kitchen table. Yeah, the arms-around-the-fabric this-is-all-mine feeling before I cut in!

    —Debby C on August 23, 2012
  • I’ve used jelly roll several times for bands, and they are so easy, no cutting. I made a baby quilt with 2 charm packs, and it turned out so great, I was impressed with the true measurments.

    —Jean McMurry on August 23, 2012
  • I love the pre-cut fabrics. You can really sew up a quilt in a hurry when you have purchase precuts! Love them! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Linda V on August 23, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because I WANT it all but can’t afford a big chunk of each piece in a line of fabric. This way I can get it ALL without driving the fabric store employees crazy by cutting small pieces of a lot of fabric. Can’t get enough.

    —Kathy on August 23, 2012
  • What is there not to love. They are great value for money and make super fast quilts. No pre-cutting makes life so much easier.

    Debra Schefe on August 23, 2012
  • i like pre-cuts because I can have some of EVERY fabric in a line…If I love one I usually love them all!!!

    —Emily Foote on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are QUICK,EASY,COLORFUL & COORDINATED.

    —Linda Huntley on August 23, 2012
  • I like the pre-cutsbecause they are already color, & pattern coordinated. besides saving me time in cutting, I also save time in deciding what to put with what, whichnmeans I get started ‘creating’ that much quicker

    —Freddie on August 23, 2012
  • Love the different designs and the fantastics color assortments that come in small bundles. A surprize in every package.

    —Rose on August 23, 2012
  • Due to progressing arthritic degenerate joint desease, it is very painful for me to grip the cutter wheel. Precuts have made it possible for to continue designing and sewing my quilts. They also save me time at the fabric shops of being on my painful feet picking out materials and matching them. Thanks for precuts!!

    —Judy Haines on August 23, 2012
  • I absolutely love precuts. Having some of every design in every colorway is absolutely irresistible. Finding just the right pattern to use with my precuts is great fun too. I’d love to win some of your precut yumminess!

    —Margaret M on August 23, 2012
  • My favorites are layer cakes. It’s very easy to whip together a quilt in just a few hours when they are pre-cut. They are fabulous!!

    —Allyson on August 23, 2012
  • I love the bundled fabrics as they come in such yummy color combinations and I can get started quilting right away.

    —Adrienne Kischuk on August 23, 2012
  • I think the thing I like about precuts is that I don’t have to struggle with finding other fabrics to "go with" them; they already coordinate with each other!

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

    —Barbara McDonald on August 23, 2012
  • I love charm packs and jelly rolls because all the fabrics are co-ordinated. I just learned how to make a simple quilt with charm packs and have been making them for charity distribution.

    —Sharon Lichter on August 23, 2012
  • I like fat quarters the most.

    Sometimes I buy fabrics for no purpose.

    Fat quarter bundle can do most of the quilts later on,

    what I need to do then is just buy fabric for border and binding.

    Shih-Cheng Vivian on August 23, 2012
  • Love precuts, I get so see the entire line so I can audition the fabrics to see whether I like them enough to add to my stash. Jelly rolls and fat quarter bundles are my favorites; jelly rolls are fast and easy to use and fqb give you tons of fabrics to make a quilt.

    —Four dogs and one quilter on August 23, 2012
  • I like to use all of the handy precuts as it allows me to have a fun easy design in half the time and if I really like the group I can get yardages to match the precuts. What fun!!

    —Judy on August 23, 2012
  • I love working with 2 1/2 strips..especially since I make a lot of nine patch blocks…I like the way their color corordinated and then a lot of times I just have to choose a background solid for my blocks.

    —Darlene Krystal on August 23, 2012
  • I LOVE pre-cuts, because they are "pre" cut!!! I also loved that you get lots of colors & coordinating fabrics!!!!!! Thanks for the chance
    to win!!!!

    —Rhonda Desgranges on August 23, 2012
  • Precuts are a godsend to me…I’m so "color challenged" when it’s time to pick out fabrics. With the precuts, I have perfectly coordinated fabrics for the quilt I’m starting. Love Love Love them!!! Thanks for opportunity to win this giveaway. The recipients of this years Christmas presents will also thank you! 🙂

    —Diane on August 23, 2012
  • When I bought my first charm pack, I feel like child in the kingdom of sweets 🙂 So many beautiful fabric in so small pack – this was amazing and very nice feeling. I like pre-cuts for this affection and for variety.

    Agnieszka on August 23, 2012
  • Hi, Just bought 2 of the new 2 1/2 square sets yesterday from The Quilters Oasis in Mesa Az. Today I have the cutest dolly quilt. Some times you need something fast and easy to get your motor running. I also organize my scraps in the precut shapes. When I need something quick it’s already cut. Ilove them

    Margie Oeltjenbruns on August 23, 2012
  • My favourite thing is jelly rolls – I just adore the way they are packaged and cannot wait to open the roll although I’m always disappointed that I can’t get it to roll back up as nicely once I’ve opened it.

    —Claire Desrochers on August 23, 2012
  • What makes precuts perfect is the fact that they contain all of the fabric from one collection, so you’re assured that everything will work well in your quilt. I also love the convenience of not having to cut yardage down to small pieces. Thank you for hosting this giveaway!

    —Nancy on August 23, 2012
  • I think a jelly roll is the better gift a quilter can have. You can work properly in an easy way and without spending a lot of time. I personally prefer this one, although I consider very interesting the fat quarters because using them you can have a wide range of fabrics in a useful size.

    —Clara on August 23, 2012
  • With names like "jellyroll", "layer cakes", and "charm packs", what’s not to love? (you’ll notice I skipped right over the "fat quarters"?) Not that I don’t appreciate fat quarters, but, I’m just saying! Seriously, the pre-cut bundles are a joy and a life-saver to work with. You can jump right into a project since the "work" is done for you! Beautiful colors and patterns already matched up and cut to boot! Great concept.

    Linda Tillis on August 23, 2012
  • I luv that most of the cutting is alreadly done and I can jump right in on a project. And the colors are already chosen for me is aslo helpfull.

    —Dawn on August 23, 2012
  • I love that I can have a "bit" of the whole range at a reasonable price, and I do love how quickly a gift quilt can go together when you are short on time.

    —Erika on August 24, 2012
  • to be totally honest, (i’m sure you want that!), i make jelly roll quilts. 2 are horizontal stripes and 1 is vertical striping, and i love collecting charms. so far they are all making friends with each other in a container, but soon i will be up to my perky little nose in charms and making a huge scrappy ‘charm’ing quilt! i can’t wait!! they are so fun to arrange, re-arrange, and to choose a fun pattern! i love them and all their variety!

    nancia on August 24, 2012
  • to be totally honest, (i’m sure you want that!), i make jelly roll quilts. some are horizontal stripes and some are vertical striping, and i love collecting charms. so far they are all making friends with each other in a container, but soon i will be up to my perky little nose in charms and making a huge scrappy ‘charm’ing quilt! i can’t wait!! they are so fun to arrange, re-arrange, and to choose a fun pattern! i love them and all their variety!

    nancia on August 24, 2012
  • I love those jelly rolls and layer cakes just like their calorie loaded siblings. But working with the first doesn’t leave you time for the second. :-)) They are so much fun to look at and even more fun to work with. The variety is always inspiring, especially when X-mas is getting close and I’m still short of a few charity quilts. Those rolls are always a quick way with success guaranteed.

    —Betty M-B on August 24, 2012
  • Jelly rolls, charm packs are amazing because it means I a safe from the rotary cutter!!
    I have had some diseasters with fabric but also my skin! Many plaster have been needed during a project and some near misses have occured!
    So as well as ending up with a lovely jelly roll quilt to keep me warm they also keep me safe!!

    —Janet Tilford on August 24, 2012
  • I like having lots of different colors of a favorite line, plus the ease of having them already cut.

    —Connie Tessier on August 24, 2012
  • I like jelly rolls because making items from 2.5″ strips is so easy and versatile!

    —Dawn on August 24, 2012
  • My favorite quilts are the quick ones, like Quilt in a Day or simple patches, both of these quick quilts would be faster with a Jelly Roll or Charm pack without trying to figure out what fabrics to choose.

    I work at a fabric store. One time a quilter came to the table with a full shopping cart of fabrics. She had 37 bolts! I don’t mind cutting or measuring all that fabric and I said so, as long as I am not cutting a Jelly Roll! She was making a water color quilt and I don’t know how long it took for me to cut her 1/8 yard strips… Those are hard for even us to cut and we have a cutting groove in our cut table! Thirty Seven 1/8 yard strips.

    Another reason for wanting the Jelly Roll… being nice to the cut table lady and the ladies in line behind me! And the Jelly Roll is cut more precisely than I can do at the cut table. No recutting.

    —Sheri on August 24, 2012
  • Even though I own alot of fabric, precut fabrics are so portable, easy to use, and stress free – with busy schedules it saves both time and money

    DuAnn on August 24, 2012
  • I’ve only worked with a charme pack once (and still haven’t finished it yet), but I liked the fact that the colors coordinate and that you can start sewing staightaway. I made pinwheel blocks and only had to add a solid. I’ve seen jellyroll quilts at quiltshows and online and they look great too, I’d like to give that a try as well. Being precut, manageable and coordinated is the great thing about charmesquares and jellyrolls.

    —Jacqueline on August 24, 2012
  • I love all of the precuts, they make life sew much easier in my quilting world! I would love to win any one of these precuts, they are all beautiful! This is a great way to add to my stash.

    —Debra Poe on August 24, 2012
  • its great to have precuts as you basically use all the fabric and have nothing left over

    —sylvia heather on August 24, 2012
  • Love that the precuts save me time and that I have so much variety in one package.

    —Jeanne on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts for two reasons, the fabrics are already coordinated and there is little cutting so you can start your project immediately and therfore have a finished project quicker.

    —Debbie Fowler on August 24, 2012
  • I am terrible trying to pick out a color scheme on my own, so precuts have taken hours of my trying to coordinate material. Then when I get home, I am ready to start sewing….what a time saver!!!!!

    —Cheryl Cole on August 24, 2012
  • I don’t like cutting BIG pieces of fabric so precuts are great for me, plus it’s expensive to buy a full range of perfectly co-ordinating fabric so these little bits are fantastic. I use precuts almost exclusively now!

    PennyDog on August 24, 2012
  • Coordinating colors is hard for me. Precuts have taken away hours spent in the material aisles for me. When I get ready to start a quilt I can get right to it, no laying out and cutting. Love not prewashing, too.

    —Cheryl Cole on August 24, 2012
  • What can I say that others have not already said: they are wonderful pieces that help to make a quick and more accurate quilt. Being an older quilter, sometimes I am not as exact cutting out pieces as I was in the past. I make charity quilts and the precuts make a beautiful quilt for someone. Thanks for your generosity. Flo

    —Florence Young on August 24, 2012
  • Jelly rolls and layer cakes
    Give us fat (hind) quarters
    But when the’re made of charm(ing) packs
    Of fabric rich and bold
    The quilts I make are something to behold.

    —Mary Bryant on August 24, 2012
  • The best thing about using pre cuts like jelly roll,, layer cakes and so on. Is that you can get right to your project. You don’t have that much prep to do in the beging. You start with something like a layer cake and off you go. You either make a few cuts or use it as is. It’s great. And with the charms you have the perfect size already. A 5″ square and then off you go to worKing on your project.
    They just make the quilters life a simple life. And with so many to choose from. You can almost make any type of quilt you would like. All you need is a feww extra pieces and your done.

    —PJ on August 24, 2012
  • I love that the thinking is done for me. Very piece is coordinated & I can’t make a mistake during the cutting process. Because there isn’t a cutting process. It’s a win-win in my book.

    —Loreen on August 24, 2012
  • I love the precut pieces as having arthritic hands and fingers they save me a lot of pain and also they are cut far more accurately than I can hope to do.

    —Susan perkins on August 24, 2012
  • The fabrics are already colour co-ordinated so my projects go together so quickly. They also saves me so much time. I also combine packs for different looks, it just makes projects so much easier

    —Sue H on August 24, 2012
  • Pre-cut packages can save the quilter a lot of time, color and pattern selection and money. I’d much rather be piecing and sewing my project!!!

    —Rosemarie Carvalho on August 24, 2012
  • I love all the patterns that are written for pre-cuts. I also love that you can have a little bit of an entire line without all the fuss of lugging the bolts to the cutting table. And I love that all the fabrics "work" together.

    —Sharyn Hutchinson on August 24, 2012
  • I love the simplicity of the jelly roll quilts – be it a strip of each color or an easy design like the Bento Box pattern. With the great color range of the fabrics it makes for a fun quilt and without the need to do lots of cutting it’s gives instant gratification!

    —Susan MacEachern on August 24, 2012
  • The colors all coordinate and so pleasing to the eye! I love to spread them out on my work table and devour them-calorie free! Also, so easy to store in my sewing room, whether it be in plain sight to add delightful color or tucked away in a drawer with the rest of my stash my husband doesn’t know about!

    —Angie Wolgamott on August 24, 2012
  • The coordinating colors and patterns in precuts make them so special. I would not see the entire line of a designer if it wasn’t for jelly rolls, charms etc. And what a time saver. OK, there is one problem! They make me hungry.

    Peggy Sego on August 24, 2012
  • I love charm packs for quick, easy, scrappy baby quilts.I have learned tho that 1 charm pack is never enough for me once I open it, as I love the variety it provides. Always buy two!

    —Kathy on August 24, 2012
  • I love the CONVENIENCE – no agonizing over choosing compatible fabrics, no cutting, no prewashing. Just start sewing!

    —kay on August 24, 2012
  • Love precuts. They allow a greater variety of fabrics for that scrappy look!

    —Sandi Winston on August 24, 2012
  • I get my "high" in quilting when I purchase new fabric and when I see the finished product!!! I get to enjoy the wealth of a fabric line’s entire color range from the beginning to the end as well as save time and money by purchasing precuts. One of my favorite patterns in using precuts is the twister. It is not only fun, but addicting! The precuts are also great for beginners and advanced quilters alike!

    —Lana on August 24, 2012
  • Jelly rolls, layer cakes, and fat quarters are the best thing since "Chocolate". I can get the benefit of a whole line of fabrics without spending hours choosing and waiting for someone to cut a quarter yard of this, a half yard of that. I can have the whole cake and eat it too!

    Maxine Funk on August 24, 2012
  • I like jelly rolls because then I don’t have to hope that I have chosen the right colors/patterns that go together, somone else has that headache!

    —Carol Brahn on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts, especially jelly rolls, because all the colors coordinate. Usually I buy a jelly roll and some yardage from that same line.

    Willeke on August 24, 2012
  • I love that you get all of the fabrics in that line. They are ready to put on the design wall and then start sewing. I love that there are so many patterns designed to use the jelly rolls, charm packs, layer cake, etc. What is not to love about them??? They are a quilters dream come true.

    —Rita West on August 24, 2012
  • I love the precuts, it makes a project go faster, as quilters we are always looking for short cuts. The coordination of fabrics, make projects just shine.

    —Terri M on August 24, 2012
  • Jelly rolls are great for strip quilts. I like pairing the charm squares with a solid for great half-square triangle effects. Charm squares are also great for applique designs. Layer cakes…well the possibilities are endless.

    —Barb Colvin on August 24, 2012
  • I love having a lot of different coordinating prints all together in one package! And they are so pretty all bundled together!

    —Diane on August 24, 2012
  • What I love most about precuts is that I get the entire line. I don’t always have the budget to buy FQ bundles or half yard bundles and with precuts, I don’t have to choose which fabrics in the line I can afford to buy because I get them all.

    Michele on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because they are so versatile. I cam make a quick strip quilt or dreden plates. The layer cakes are probably my favorite. I love to take the stack,cut in half, flip half, and then sew them together again. It makes a very interesting quick quilt for a baby in just a few minutes. With charm packs I love to make half square triangles. In all I guess I am hooked. Hope you pick me. Thanks for listening to me blather on. Tanya

    —Tanya Lyons on August 24, 2012
  • I attend 2 retreats a year and love using jelly rolls and charm squares they are already cut and ready to go, you can find some lovely quilts using both, that way I have all the fabric I need and it all matches.

    —Barbara O on August 24, 2012
  • My most favorite thing about precuts is that the colors are put together for you. It is also fun just to enjoy the beauty of the package before you use the fabric!

    —Laura Graham on August 24, 2012
  • i love the colour combinations and i can start sewing right away,little or no leftover scraps so less expensive than buying too much material

    patsy on August 24, 2012
  • I appreciate the convenience and how quickly a quilt comes together.

    —Dot Duncan on August 24, 2012
  • Charm squares, layer cakes, fat quarters…they are so yummy! It’s like going to a buffet. You can taste all the delicious foods (fabrics), without having to cook (cut) them all!

    —Liz Johnson on August 24, 2012
  • What is really fun when buying jellyrolls, layer cakes or charm packs, is having the entire fabric line there all together at once! Otherwise you may not ever see the complete collection.

    —Sherry Martin on August 24, 2012
  • I am new to quilting/sewing but am a big crafter. I LOVE the pre-cut charms, jellies and cakes (yum). Makes things so much easier for me and truly appreciate the work it takes into making them – especially the mini-charms. Thanx!

    —Lynda on August 24, 2012
  • I really like the ease of matching fabrics when the entire line is included in a pre-cut set. My favorites are charm packs to make purses or bags.

    —DeEtte on August 24, 2012
  • Since my cutting table always has stacks of something on it, if I can start with pre-cuts I don’t have to move everything off my cutting table!

    —Donna Whittle on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because the hard work has been done for me. The fabrics have been cut and coordinated for me . How much easier could Moda make it?

    —Melody on August 24, 2012
  • Thank you, this is GREAT!!!! Precuts are the best simply because I can get in front of my sewing machine immediately without all the fuss, and getting to see the end result a lot quicker!!!!

    —Laura Ball on August 24, 2012
  • When I get the urge to start a new project I want to start it now! The precuts allow me to do just that. However, this is also why I usualy have at least 4 projects going at the same time. The jelly rolls allow me to get bedrunners done in no time!

    —Jenny Mahieu on August 24, 2012
  • I have enjoyed the fat quarters for years and could see how to use charm or layer cake packages, but now I can see the endless possibilities for jelly rolls! Thank you for a basic tutorial article. Shopping trip time!!

    —Joanne on August 24, 2012
  • With the cost of fabric these days I love the idea I can have it all in one pack and enjoy a beautiful project without spending a small fortune.

    —Jane on August 24, 2012
  • French toast – move over! Bring on the Jelly Rolls! Love these! Being in the midst of a crazy busy lifestyle – these precuts are wonderful – allowing more time to get to the piecing steps sooner.

    —Patricia Farmer on August 24, 2012
  • To have the entire line at my fingertips is heaven! Most shops cannot offer the every piece of a collection in yardage so this is our chance to revel in the luxury of coordinating fabrics. Who wouldn’t love that?!

    —diane bascle on August 24, 2012
  • I make a lot of Preeme and baby quilts for the childrens hospital as well as lap quilts for the seniors home and love the fact that charms,jelly rolls, layercakes and fatquarters are coordinated and do not have to take the time to pick out fabrics, I can just sew. Love the feel of the fabrics.

    —Marilyn on August 24, 2012
  • I love the pre-cuts because i get a little of each of the entire line without having to buy yardage of the fabrics that really dont speak to me. That way my quilt has the variety I would not usually purchase, and it gets the look the designer intended. With pre-cuts, you save time and money and still get the desired effect.

    —Sharon Scott on August 24, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls, they save me time while making charity quilts and give me a preview of which fabrics I want to use for my next project. I have not had a chance yet to work with charm packs but that will be my next venture.

    —Donna on August 24, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts! I am always ready with alot of variety by having lots of precuts on hand. I collect them and am so happy to have so many available when the urge strikes. I also have all the books about ways to use precuts and only hope I live long enough to use them all.

    —Char on August 24, 2012
  • I love the designs and color range in each packet, and they are still coordinated. Also love, love, love the elimination of the first cutting step! Makes the finished product happend so much faster!

    Shirley Fuller on August 24, 2012
  • I like being able to get the latest designs from the designers so that I can be up to date with my fabric choices.

    —pam on August 24, 2012
  • I love all precuts because for me they relieve the anxiety of the question do these fabrics look good together. I have spent many hours (that i could have spent quilting)worrying about fabric combinations. Precuts are a god send for me. Now i have more time for doing the part i love creating my quilt tops. I would love to win and I thank you for the chance to win. Happy creative quilting to all.

    —Sharon Meyer on August 24, 2012
  • I love having the hard work done-picking colors to match and being able to get straight to sewing and enjoying the beautiful colors that are ready for me.

    —Crista on August 24, 2012
  • What great information. I love using precuts. Since I discovered them a few years ago, I have made 8 or so quilts using them and have another 6 or so planned. I think what I like most about using them is that you get such a great sampling of every fabric in a line, so you don’t have to pick and choose, you can have it all. And then you can use your favorites from a line for backing and binding or accents. And the fact that it allows me to make the best use of my limited sewing time by sewing instead of cutting is great, too. I also like that they seem fairly priced and sometimes you can even get them discounted or find someone on ebay or etsy getting rid of older lines that may not be as easily available.

    —Amy T on August 24, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls I can whip up a throw for a birthday, or anything
    that comes up unexpected, don’t have to think the jelly rolls go together so great and fast I love them. Darlene

    Darlene Buchanan on August 24, 2012
  • The colors, the texture, the handle, the fragrance the taste…oops am I speaking of Moda precuts or desert? It matters not, what’s to NOT like in either!

    —Clarice on August 24, 2012
  • Pre-cut fabrics are a source of inspiration and creation. Just the thought of the various sizes and how you can combine them to make a unique quilt is exciting. It’s great how you can create a quilt as simplie as a strip quilt or as complicated as a star quilt with foundation piecing. The sky is the limit. Creativity is only limited by your imagination. As a fabricaholic I confess that I find it hard to resist the pretty jellyrolls and charm packs; as one would no doubt agree after seeing my "extensive" stash. :-O

    Raylene Hartman on August 24, 2012
  • With precuts you can start sewing right away and the end results are always coordinated. Very satisfying.

    —Terry on August 24, 2012
  • precuts are great in that I don’t have to decide on colors to use or fabrics to match. I can get started right away. I love to do scrap quilts and precuts are perfect for that.

    —Roberta B on August 24, 2012
  • The thing I like best about pre-cuts is that I don’t have to think about what might go together. It’s there in a package ready to take out and sew. My biggest problem then is WHAT to sew. I LOVE them!

    —Linda Worley on August 24, 2012
  • I especially like the jelly rolls and the fat quarter bundles. I usually like to give my projects a personal twist and these bundles give me lots of options for adding a special focus fabric or using a unique pattern.

    —Freda Hocking on August 24, 2012
  • Co-ordinated fabric packs and rolls make it easier to get right to sewing a project. Plus, they are so much fun to look at.

    —Kathy Nelson on August 24, 2012
  • Occasionally, I like working outside my comfort zone. Precuts give me the opportunity to try different fabric designers, styles, and colors at a reasonable price.

    —Cathleen Brackeen on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because they allow me to "pick up" a quick project without pulling fabrics out of the stash. I especially enjoy them when I have guests coming and other projects to finish- my sewing room stays tidier and I have a great end product.

    —EllieMae on August 24, 2012
  • I love the charms and jelly rolls. Such decide on the pattern and off you go….

    —Terry P on August 24, 2012
  • Bad poetry:
    Pre-cut fabrics are the bess-t
    Because you end up with no mess.
    No wasted fabric to be had
    Well, maybe you will have a tad.
    But you can use them on the back
    Or even use them for a sack!

    —bobsie311Jo on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts are great for a fast start to sewing. Depending on the pattern Jelly Rolls are great to do a braided quilt or border-I have made some cute disapearing nine patch with charm squares. The layer cakes are very versatile.I love the names for the different size cuts! One of the
    advantages is having all the fabrics of the line together to mix and match. All round great idea!

    —Pam L on August 24, 2012
  • What’s not to like about jellyrolls and all the pre-cuts! Whoever came up with the idea deserves some type of award! They are fun to play with and design and they give you the opportunity to use a fabric line! They’ve given me permission to use a combination of fabrics that I may not have tried on my own. I could go on, and on, and on…..

    —Mary Taylor on August 24, 2012
  • I love Moda precut fabrics because:
    The "Work" has been done, leaving me with just "FUN"!

    —Sheilamc77 on August 24, 2012
  • I like it that they are color coordinated and I don’t have to waste time searching for materials that look good together. I can get right to my project with precut & coordinated fabric.

    —Kathryn Tunnell on August 24, 2012
  • I like the color coordination that comes with them. I have a hard time geting the right fabrics to go together.

    —Mona on August 24, 2012
  • It’s such a terrific way to jump into a project without needing lots of prep. work. I did a top recently–just woke up one morning and a friend had sent a link about doing an on-line mystery, added some WOW and by the end of the day I had a top. Over half of my strips were cut with the jelly roll, just had to cut the other.

    Michelle Kearns on August 24, 2012
  • I love the jelly rolls. My son bought me my first ones and that was my intro to quilting. I love that the colours are co-ordinated so that I don’t have to ponder and waste time wondering how the different fabrics look. I am 80 years old and find standing to cut the fabric the most difficult of tasks. Jelly rolls eliminate so much of the cutting and I can sew my quilts and place mats and table toppers etc. etc. to my heart’s content.

    —Burtine Kendall on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because it cuts down the time of cutting even intricate quilts. I recently made my mom a signature quilt for her 80th birthday using a jelly roll and a charm square pack cutting both precuts into 2 1/2″ squares for a total of 456 squares. That would have taken forever if I had to find and buy 40 different fabrics that all coordinate and try to cut strips/squares of each one. I love them!!

    —Diane Van Ryn on August 24, 2012
  • There is a reversible tote I make that calls for 6 fat quarters. I can buy a fat quarter stack and make at least 6 totes, sometimes 7 if there are 42 in the pack. It’s fun mixing and matching the 6 fat quarters for the totes. Seeing the smiles on my friends or relatives faces when I give them a tote is worth the effort and more.

    —Suzanne Louden on August 24, 2012
  • I like the vision of seeing all the fabrics "together" – gives me a better idea of what the finished quilt will look like. Appreciate Me & My Sister patterns that featured Charm Squares – I was finished in no time!
    ~Andee

    —Andee on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because they give you a bit of each fabric from that line to work with. To purchase each fabric from a line would be expensive, not to mention the difficult to locate!

    —Ann on August 24, 2012
  • I love the simplicity of storage with pre-cuts. Charm squares and jelly rolls fit nicely into sandwich bags, and fat quarters into quart-sized storage bags (folded). Easy to store, and they stay nice and clean. Also, I love the abundance of patterns specifically designed for the pre-cut sizes. I even adapt my favorite patterns to allow for using fat quarters and charm squares!

    —Rebecca on August 24, 2012
  • I love opening the precut pack to view all of the fabrics that are included. Such a variety and they all coordinate. And, then of course, I love the fact that I don’t have to spend as much time cutting—I can get right to "creating"!

    —Donna W on August 24, 2012
  • I am new to quilting, and using the jelly rolls and precuts have helped me get my feet wet without having to spend alot of time and money finding matching colors and patterns. What a time saver and great idea from those who have thought to put such an idea together! Thank you for your generous giveaway!

    —Brooke on August 24, 2012
  • I love them because it is an easy way to get all on an entire line of fabric and I don’t have to stand and wait for the shop to cut them for me. My favorite new quilt is the 1600 quilt.

    —Sylvia Gauthier on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because I can buy a small amount of new fabrics without going over board (or my husband knowing I bought more fabric)
    LOL. They also are great when you need a quick gift, they are all ready to go so you can quickly make that gift.

    Jeri LeBeau on August 24, 2012
  • I love that I get a little bit of the entire line of fabric. It is such a time saver also and there are so many patterns to use with the precuts.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Shawn on August 24, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts when I’m short on time. I like that I don’t have to "unpack" fabric to make a project during the semester. I’m in grad school and the time I get to spend in the sweatshop during the semester is precious and should not be wasted on a lot of cutting. Thank you for the opportunity.

    Elizabeth S. on August 24, 2012
  • I appreciate the fact that the pieces all coordinate, they are easy to use and many quilt shops are using them to make demos and give us ideas. I just wish i had thought of that idea! Thanks for the contest and the prize!!!

    —Darla on August 24, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts – they are a great way to have lots more variety of fabric for less cash outlay – to keep your stash current without overloading – to make a quick project with minimal cutting and fabric selection when time is short.

    —Christine Piepmeier on August 24, 2012
  • I love opening a pack of well co-ordinating fabrics. It makes life so much faster, when I have an idea I just want to get to. No cutting, they match just as is. PERFECT!!!!

    —Janice on August 24, 2012
  • Moda French General five inch squares made a spectacular lap size quilt. Jellyroll is the way to go for a quick shower present or table runner. Love them.

    —Darlene on August 24, 2012
  • I love to pick up a few precuts (I prefer the jelly rolls or charm packs) when the new lines of fabrics come out. They store so easily, and all you need later when you decide to make something is to buy a few solid color coordinates. "easy peasy"
    There are also a ton of new books out featuring pre-cuts. My favorite is by author Konda Luckau (Moose on the Porch quilts). PS: She is also a friend and a fabulous quilter!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.
    Nettie

    Annette Crain on August 24, 2012
  • I am really getting into precuts there arevo many things you can do with then.

    Debi mashak on August 24, 2012
  • I’ve just started buying charm packs. I found a collection that I liked, but didn’t want to spend a lot of money on larger amounts of fabric. A charm pack was the perfect solution. I recently bought a book of patterns for charm packs.

    —Karen on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts for coming up with a quick, last minute quilt that I know will be stunning because the fabrics are coordinated with each other.

    —Ellen on August 24, 2012
  • Jelly rolls, charm squares and layer cakes are a good way to speed the piecing of a quilt. With all the patterns available for using these fabric pieces, I’ve successfully made several tablerunners and two quilts for babies. The binding idea is on my list to try–it will be a good extra use of the ‘leftovers’.

    Thanks for the chance to win the fabric!

    —Clara on August 24, 2012
  • I like the convenience as well as the versatility. There are so many books on the market for using these pre-cuts and they are fast and easy. Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Linda F on August 24, 2012
  • I like the convenience of the precuts. Fat quarters are like candy for a quilter, jelly rolls are just too yummy to resist and charm squares are like delicious little tempters.

    —Jayne on August 24, 2012
  • I really like the variety of color coordinated fabrics that I get when I use jelly rolls, charms, and other pre-cut fabric collections. I know that whatever I make will be beautiful when I’m finished sewing.
    Virginia

    —Virginia on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts are great – I love the fact that you get some of everything. So many beautiful colors & fabrics.

    —Cindi C on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because you can have a little bit of every fabric in a collection and everything is coordinated. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    —Nancy A on August 24, 2012
  • Love, love precuts! You get a sample of all the fabric in that certain line and is wonderful for scrappy quilts too.

    —Pamela on August 24, 2012
  • I just love the pre-cuts because they save me so much time and they are very accurate. Of the two, I value the accuracy the most when I am quilting.

    —Anne Winsett on August 24, 2012
  • with precuts you get a large variety of coordinating prints all ready to use. No time wasted washing and cutting up yardage.

    —Charlotte on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts for many reason but the main one is it gives you a whole look at the line of the designer. Every print is right there at your fingertips. Second you don’t have to worry about coordinating it is done for you. Third of course is you don’t have to cut them up, just sew them together and you have a stylish tablerunner, quilt, or cut them up make your own design and all the fabrics match beautifully. Oh, how I would love to win this wonderful giveaway!

    Elizabeth Johnson on August 24, 2012
  • Pre-cuts assure accurate piecing which is especially important when I am doing a quilt that will be entered in the county fair exhibits.

    —Anne Winsett on August 24, 2012
  • I love the pre-cuts for saving me time cutting. It is so much faster. Thank you.

    —Kay Beckel on August 24, 2012
  • I love that I can get a little bit of a whole collection of fabric!

    —Brenda on August 24, 2012
  • I enjoy the fabric selection that a precut offers. I don’t usually buy all the fabrics in an entire line, but having a fq bundle, jelly roll or charm pack lets me play with many more fabrics.

    —Robin Woods on August 24, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts because all the work has been done for you (except for the sewing). All the coordinating colors and patterns attract the eye and make it impossible for me to resist. I often use the fabrics in exactly the same order as they were packaged.

    —Gail D. on August 24, 2012
  • What great fabrics! The pre-cuts are a great way to see the fabrics in different colorways. The fabrics are cut accurate which helps to reduce measuring and ensure precise seams. What a wonderful chance to win this giveaway. Thank you!!!

    —Cyndi on August 24, 2012
  • I love working with jelly rolls! They are cut to the size you need and you have a variety of strips that all go well together. With all the different fabrics available, every quilt looks unique , even when you use the same pattern.

    —Joan Huffman on August 24, 2012
  • They save me a whole lot of work! Plus I can’t even begin to imagine asking for small cuts of all those fabrics at my local quilt shop. They would never let me back in 🙂

    —Wendy on August 24, 2012
  • I love the ease of precuts. All the colors and combinstions are already selected. Plus the fact that the size is so much easier to work with instead of yardage. Makes it that much quicker to creating your quilt 😉

    —Shirley on August 24, 2012
  • Love anything that saves me time..and doesn’t require me to think .

    —Bernie on August 24, 2012
  • I am a new quilter and I adore the precuts! They are so much more accurate than I can cut myself….I’m new to rotary cutting as well:)
    I love the coordinated grouping of colors too.

    —Judy on August 24, 2012
  • I love working with the huge variety of colors and patterns in a charm pack or any precuts. Although I consider myself to be a brave, high-contrast quilter, I may not stretch my imagination (or budget) to get a piece of each fabric from a particular line…..and this lets me do that!

    —Vicki on August 24, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are wonderful! I love being able to have so many fabrics that go together so well. I just choose the precut that will best suit my project, add a few yardage pieces and I am a happy camper.
    Would love to win a part of this giveaway!

    —Kalynn Fail on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because there are so many nice patterns out there that use lines of fabric. If you buy a charm pack or what not you can just start sewing as that pattern tells you with little thinking of do you have enough fabric pieces in your personal stock to pull off that pattern.

    —Cindy Gamnis on August 24, 2012
  • I like that all of the colors are matched up to perfection and everything is pre cut. All I have to do is put it in a pattern I like and sew!!

    —Karen on August 24, 2012
  • To me, fat quarters are the "best"! I get enough fabric in a piece to do lots of things with it. I just purchased a book that uses fat quarters for the blocks (purchased fabric for the borders) and am anxious to start one (for me for a change). Fat quarters allow me to make the pattern decision later when I have the time to start the new quilt.

    —Judy Morin on August 24, 2012
  • I just know my project will be a success. The sewing part is easy, picking the color to use is hard and cutting is tedious. Precut fabric is just like ordering pizza delivery…of course I could do it myself, but it’s so much better with talented help!

    —Deb G on August 24, 2012
  • Wonderful to have bunches of choices of fabrics that I already know go together! And I love scrappy look :).

    —Barb Peters on August 24, 2012
  • I enjoy having a little bit of so many different colors!

    —Denise on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts let you ‘get right to it’! Very little cutting involved with less chance of mis-measuring. And, they are already color-oordinated! What could be better than that! LOVE ’em!

    —Carol Gearey on August 24, 2012
  • What I love best – you can add such beauty and variety to a quilt in no time. I especially love the pre-grouped packets with coordinating fabrics.

    —Sandi Spence on August 24, 2012
  • I love the precuts. Moda makes the prettiest fabrics! I like the jelly rolls the best, they have so many different fabric choices, and they all match! Beautiful creations can come from these products.

    —Chris on August 24, 2012
  • I love the sampler aspect of packets and jelly rolls. They are a great way to use fabrics from the collection of a designer you like without buying lots of yardage.

    —Nancy on August 24, 2012
  • I like the opportunity to see all the fabrics in a line and to use a coordinated selection without having to go through my stash. It’s so quick and so much more rewarding.

    —Rochelle on August 24, 2012
  • I love the sizes when I want something quick and cute no ironing measuring and cutting.Thank-you

    —becky derry on August 24, 2012
  • They’re just SO easy! I don’t have to wonder if the fabrics will go together and I spend less time cutting the fabric to the size I need. Also, I love that more quilt designers are making patterns designed to work with precut fabrics.

    I like them so much that I’ve started cutting the fabric leftover from various projects into these same sizes so that I can use them for scrappy projects in the future.

    —Danielle on August 24, 2012
  • All ready to go good variety and none of the fabric "hassels" of yardage.Thank-you for the chance at th give away.

    —gil duncan on August 24, 2012
  • I like precuts because it leaves the guess work out of what colors and fabric patterns go together. If I find a strip or piece that I don’t want to use, I just leave it out. I especially like not having to cut out the material!

    —Carolyn S Cecil on August 24, 2012
  • I love that they are just like candy for quilters! They’re small, easy to use and sweet but they don’t add anything to my hips!

    Beth Strand on August 24, 2012
  • I love the fact that pre-cuts are "at the ready" when I want to make a quick project, start to finish!

    —Elizabeth McDonald on August 24, 2012
  • Not known for my coordination, I like that they are all straight lines to start with! Thanks for the chance to win.

    —Cindy on August 24, 2012
  • I love the variety of coordinating colors and the ease of use of jelly rolls! What could be easier than laying out your matching colors and cutting up your squares straight from the roll?

    —Carmen Henley on August 24, 2012
  • As a novice, I like the fact that everything is pre-cut so I can use them easily to practice techniques.

    —Jen Harvey on August 24, 2012
  • I like that all of the work is done for me — cutting & color compatibility. In the fast-paced busy world of today every little short cut helps.

    —Denise Latour on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts are so fun to use, or just own!

    —Linda on August 24, 2012
  • I like to share my craft, and it is easy to show beginners fabrics that match, and the cut and sew with the layer cake is just perfect for that. Thanks

    —Georgia Swann on August 24, 2012
  • I love all of the precuts and have collected many patterns to use them. One of the things our quilting group does to celebrate birthdays is to give the "birthday girl" a card and a quarter (fat quarter). Since there are about 15 members in our group, we come away with quite a collection on our birthday!

    Patricia on August 24, 2012
  • I love to create with all of the different patterns/colorways in any given pack. The diversity is limitless as is my ability to create without having to pick out 40 different fabrics.

    —lAUREL on August 24, 2012
  • They recreate the well being of childhood when someone else organised you making session and all you did was make, WOW!

    —pat furniss on August 24, 2012
  • Pre cut fabric not only saves me time, it keeps my cat from "helping" me as I use my rotary tools!

    —Bonnie Brown on August 24, 2012
  • Love being able to see and work with all the yummy colors/fabrics in a collection. And to know that they will all coordinate together beautifully!

    —Sharon on August 24, 2012
  • Traditionally, fat quarters have been my favorite cut. They are a great size to buy when visiting quilt shops while on vacation. Having read your fabulous article, now I will also consider buying precut fabrics. Thank you!

    Sharon Carbine on August 24, 2012
  • I like precuts because I can sample fabrics I really like with out having to make the decision of how much to buy right away. I like them filling baskets and shelves because they look so pretty.

    —robin koenig on August 24, 2012
  • I love seeing all the fabrics in a line which you don’t also see at the quilt shops. And then with the books for fat quarters, jelly rolls and charm squares your project is good to go!

    —Deborah on August 24, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts!!!! I love that you get the look of a whole line of fabric, so cute and pre-coordinated. I love the organic look of a jellyroll 1600, done in a matter of minutes. It is so fun to put together a sampler out of a fat quarter bundle and a neutral…. they’re the best!!!

    —katie on August 24, 2012
  • Although I really love "the hunt" for perfect fabrics for a new project, sometimes its fun to start with pre-cuts from a beautiful fabric line. There are so many great ways to re-cut pre-cuts and recombine them into quilt blocks. The finished product looks complicated but really is not! Lately, when I have fabric scraps, I spend a little time cutting them into 5″ squares and 2 1/2″ strips—makes my stash much neater and jump starts another project for the future!

    Lynn H.

    —Lynn on August 24, 2012
  • What I like most about precuts is that they are coordinated. No need to search through my fabric stash looking for the right fabrics for my project. The precuts are coordinated and ready to go!

    Tammie on August 24, 2012
  • I have enjoyed working with the Charms as I had carpal tunnel release a few weeks ago. I can still sew, but was having difficulty cutting. These are a wonder for me!

    —Cindy Weeks on August 24, 2012
  • what is not to like about pre-cuts???? well except for the prices!
    But anything to save some time in getting down to the fun part of sewing is good….I don’t know anyone who enjoys the labours of cutting.

    And Moda fabrics are so great…luv their lines and prints

    eileen on August 24, 2012
  • I especially like layer cakes. Not having to cut yardage makes them so covenient. I recently made a baby quilt in less than a day with a Moda layer cake. Love all the precuts.

    —sismemmom on August 24, 2012
  • I love the convenience of the jelly rolls and also all the interactive colors. For me, it’s like being the kid in the candy store – yum.
    Thank you.

    Maggie

    —Maggie on August 24, 2012
  • I love working with Jellyrolls. I am currently enrolled in the Fat Quarter Shop’s monthly Moda Jelly Roll Club, and I receive one in the mail every month! I just love making quilts from them. The strips are easy and fun to work with, and I don’t have to do a lot of cutting…which I find to be so tedious.

    Gina Koston on August 24, 2012
  • I love fat quarters, not a ton of fabric but just enough to get a good bit of the pattern and make bigger items.

    —Sara on August 24, 2012
  • I like the idea that you get fabric from the entire collection already cut and even if you have to cut again, there is no wasted fabric. It is also nice there are more patterns/designs available that use the pre-cuts.

    —Judi Leventhal on August 24, 2012
  • Layer cakes are my favorite — a whole array of beautiful fabrics that are ready for whatever I want to create.

    —Evelyn on August 24, 2012
  • I love the challenge of designing a quilt around the pre-cut sizes, and the ease of moving directly from my computer to my sewing machine without having to spend much, if any, time with my rotary cutter.

    —Colleen on August 24, 2012
  • I love using charms for rag quilts! If I use 288 charm squares for the front and back and add some 5inch squares of flannel for the middle, I can make a rag lap quilt. I have made many of these for gifts. They are a little lighter than using all flannel. Using batiks makes them especially nice.

    —Cyndi on August 24, 2012
  • I like that color schemes are already put together for you, and the size is pre-determined for you. Then I I have to do is pick out a new pattern or book and get started on a new project. Now that instant gratification for me (the hardest part of the work is done).
    Deborah H. August 24, 2012

    Deborah Hendrickson on August 24, 2012
  • These pre-cuts are so speedy–save so much time that in our busy worlds we actually get more quilts together and the second most helpful thing they do especially for we colour challenged people, they really coordinate the fabrics perfectly
    Just absolutely love them!

    —gruffy on August 24, 2012
  • Just finished my first quilt ever! Now I’m looking for a new project. I like the way these quilts look!!

    —BARBARA on August 24, 2012
  • I love that you get practically a WHOLE LINE of fabrics in a manageable bundle! And that there are so many creative folks who come up with patterns and projects to use them with is icing on the cake!! 🙂

    Denise :) on August 24, 2012
  • precuts and their great pattern ideas make it possible for me to whip up a great looking quilt (when there is little time) for fundraisers for sick friends and aquaintances. It also makes it possible for my grandson and neighbor girls to make their very own quilts!

    —nadine bergin on August 24, 2012
  • I like everything about them -fabrics always coordinate, pieces already cut and yummy names relating to desserts! Keep them coming!

    —Jan staples on August 24, 2012
  • I have never worked with a jelly roll before and that makes me sad. I love to look at the bundles and imagine what I could do….but honestly, they intimidate me! After picking them up and dreaming about projects, I always put them back down. I think "What if I mess up a strip, how would I replace it? Could I find a suitable match? After all once a fabric is cut, IT’S CUT!" Winning one would encourage me to be brave….and go for it! Thanks for the give-away.

    —Cheryl Sedlar on August 24, 2012
  • The thing I love best about precuts is getting a little sample of all of the fabric line. I like to use them in scrappy quilts.

    Nita on August 24, 2012
  • I love the jelly rolls, charm squares and oh all of them. I really like the idea of having one of all of the line. They can go on their own or with others. And it is so nice that there are new patterns being designed all the time to suit these.

    —Pearl on August 24, 2012
  • Love that I get to have the whole line of fabric. Means I have fabrics that I might not otherwise buy and so am encouraged to expand my choices and try new things. Often go looking for yardage of fabrics I like from the pre-cuts.

    —Patty Jones on August 24, 2012
  • In order, I love (1) Fat quarters — great way to get a hunk of fabric without buying a whole yard, and bundles are even better! (2) Charm packs — ready to go! (3) Jelly rolls, which I haven’t used yet, but I’m wanting to try them out for the strip-factor. Thanks!

    —Sandy on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts are addicting! I can still have fun picking out fabric for projects but less cutting means more sewing time.

    —Lori on August 24, 2012
  • I love having many fabrics from the same colorway so I know they will look good together. I love charms for this reason, especially.

    —Laurel Lee Pedersen on August 24, 2012
  • These sets make it so easy to use coordinated fabric lines that will always be a good match in your latest project. You don’t have to shop around to several stores to find matching fabric.

    Love those packs.

    —Mary Bruemmer on August 24, 2012
  • I love the precuts. Saves so much time and you have an entire collection of fabric to work with. Thanks for a chance to win.

    —Patricia Phaiah on August 24, 2012
  • Jelly Rolls and Charm Squares are an indulgence – much healthier than potato chips or danish! I love that you get a piece of all the fabrics in a line… most quilt shops aren’t able to have more than a few. Precuts are just plain fun and give you a headstart on making a quilt. You gotta love ’em!!

    —Ann Unes on August 24, 2012
  • After a year of being a newbie quilter and a budding fabric hoarder, I realized I need help with color and pattern selection. After 12 UFO’s that are really quite bland I finally broke down and purchased pre-cuts. All I can say is THANK YOU!!

    —Heather Graham on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts are fabulous. I get all the fabrics in a line. They all match. It saves me time with cutting. Jelly rolls are cut very precisely which helps with piecing! Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

    —Lisa E on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because of the variety of fabrics you get – plus it saves time on cutting!

    —katie on August 24, 2012
  • I love working with layer cakes, because I get a chance to see the whole collection, then chose my favorites as accents or borders! Since I have a huge knitting stash, I found that pre-cuts help keep my quilting stash under control! (At least that’s what I tell DH 😉

    —linda-kaye on August 24, 2012
  • I love to make scrap quilts and applique quilts; both require a lot of small pieces of different fabrics in the same color range. Fat quarters, charm packs and jelly rolls are a great was to aquire a variety of fabrics in the same color family; or style; or color way. They are a great way to build your fabric stash and if you pick the Moda packs; you can be assured that you are getting quality fabric that is worthy of all your time and effort.

    —Elizabeth on August 24, 2012
  • I have not yet purchased jelly rolls, etc. but have a few fat quarters. It would be great to win and be able to use the few different patterns that I have collected in the last couple months, as I’m new to quilting. This would give me the start to make something for a friend.
    Thank you
    Barbara – August 24, 2012

    Barbara Tack on August 24, 2012
  • There are so many great patterns out there for pre-cuts. I’ve used a variety from charm squares, jelly rolls & layer cakes. The patterns give you a great variety in less time.

    —Carol on August 24, 2012
  • Yummy! Yummy! The variety of fabrics is delicious and delightful. I enjoy quilting with them all.Making table runners is my favorite way to audition fabrics and quilt blocks. Thank-you

    —Julie A. B. on August 24, 2012
  • I buy more pre-cuts than regular fabric because when I am ready to sew the pre-cuts are ready to be sewn!

    —Dianne Sanders on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because you can use them in so many ways. I don’t even have to cut the charm squares, when I make a disappearing nine patch quilt. The layer cakes can be cut in several ways. I recently made a quilt, where I cut half of the layer cake squares in 4ths, like charm squares, and the other half of the layer cake squares in 4ths diagonally. When you sew the quilt squares together, you mix up the colors. Best of all, you know it will go together so well because the fabric is all from the same line. Then there are the jelly rolls. Don’t get me started on them. Let’s just say they are fabulous, too. Since there are new patterns for precuts coming out almost every day, it will be a long time before I run out of beautiful quilts to make. That’s just the way I like it.

    —Dianne Huling on August 24, 2012
  • The best part about pre-cuts is that you get to the fun part of putting the quilt together so quickly. I also like that fact that you get a small piece of all the different fabrics in that line. Everything coordinates! Picking colors and matching fabrics is always the hardest step for me in quilting. With these – it’s all done for you!
    Patty

    —Patty Fallon on August 24, 2012
  • I love the variety of fabrics in the precuts. All of it works together so well and you get a variety of designs and colors.

    Bonnie on August 24, 2012
  • My stash keeps growing, and my projects are looking amazing. As a new quilter I love the fabric, the help and the information with every e-mail. Thanks from Canada!

    —Wendy Latheron on August 24, 2012
  • I have used pre-cuts in several projects and found the precut was just perfect for managing a scrappy look with out having to do all the cutting. I like dappling in the fabrics and if the piece really inspires me -I know where I can get more yardage. Precuts enhances creativity.

    —Sue on August 24, 2012
  • for me it’s the chance to have a piece of every fabric in the line. Over here fabric is so expensive that fat quarter or half yard bundles are way out of my price range, but layer cakes and jelly rolls aren’t!

    wendy on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts/Jellyrolls are GREAT for being about to make a quilt top quickly. They also take the time and guess work out of finding coordinating fabrics. I love being able to use ALL my fabric and not buying too little or too much!

    —Janet on August 24, 2012
  • I like that I get the whole collection of fabrics to work with. And that I don’t have to worry about matching the colors or fabrics – as everything matches and coordinates. Thanks for a chance to win! 🙂

    —Carla G on August 24, 2012
  • I love the precuts, especially the fat quarters. It’s so easy to store the fat quarters, and they don’t take up a lot of room, yet I have a large assortment of colors and patterns that are just the right size for craft projects.

    —Kay McCowen on August 24, 2012
  • I love the convenience – when you see a pattern you love, you say, "I cabn make that!"

    —Laurel Marsolais on August 24, 2012
  • Being a novice quilter of about 6 months, I love how the jelly rolls and charm packs take the cutting stress out if the equation and allows me to instead focus on pretty, straight, and matching seams. Thanks for the information and help this site provides.

    —Margo Scott on August 24, 2012
  • I love how easy it is to start a scrap quilt with a jelly roll. I sometimes buy charm packs to get just a touch of new fabric into my stash.

    Bonnie in Va on August 24, 2012
  • My goodness, who wouldn’t be delighted with fat quarters. There are so many things you can do with them.

    —Joan on August 24, 2012
  • I absolutely love the charm packs and layer cakes because I know I’m getting good quality fabrics that are already coordinated for me.

    —Barb Hall on August 24, 2012
  • I adore having such a great selection of coordinating fabrics without the ordeal of finding them all in one or more shops and having them all cut for me, then having to cut them again when I’m home! There are some great patterns for pre-cuts in books as well as online. You can add a solid background, or not!

    —Judy on August 24, 2012
  • I love Jelly rolls, Layer cakes, etc, because they are YUMMY! Even the name sounds yummy. They always go together and are a fast start for any project.

    —Linda on August 24, 2012
  • I love the jelly rolls for making strip quilts, the fatquarters for applique, the charm packs for small prints and the layer cakes for larger prints. Love them all!

    —Dacia Reid on August 24, 2012
  • I love all of these products because they allow me so much more time to sew and quilts all these wonderful fabrics. Also, they are coordinated so this saves me time matching fabrics. All great products. I love Moda fabrics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    —Ellen Nickle on August 24, 2012
  • I love all of these products because they allow me so much more time to sew and quilt all these wonderful fabrics. Also, they are coordinated so this saves me time matching fabrics. All great products. I love Moda fabrics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    —Ellen Nickle on August 24, 2012
  • Most stores do not carry all the fabrics from a particular line. Precut packs allows the fabric companies to show-off fabric lines and quilters get to sample them all. Even better we can make cool quilts that are all coordinated. How cool is that?!

    Of course, "the house always wins," because in this case, I’m tempted to buy more precut packs. Clever devils!

    —Crazy Cuban on August 24, 2012
  • I LOOOOVVVVEEEE precuts because you get all coordinating fabrics in one group. They take the hard part out of making a quilt for me. You know -what will go with this piece of fabric? Will this print compliment my favorite fabric? It just makes it alot easier. Thank you for the give away and the tips.

    —Vicky on August 24, 2012
  • Anytime there is less cutting is a good thing!!! Love all the fabrics in the giveaway,thanks for the opportunity.

    —Michelle Bartel on August 24, 2012
  • I like precuts because you get a little of every design or print in a particular line and you know what you make using these will look great because they all go together.

    —Barbara on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts especially when a group of us are sewing together as we can have diferent project ideas or even one pattern and they come out looking very different. I also like to have them around for when I am not feeling well and just need something to keep me occupied with a good outcome.

    —regina on August 24, 2012
  • I love both the jelly rolls and layer cakes because the fabric go so so nicely with one another.

    —Sam on August 24, 2012
  • Hi. I really like convenience of all the pre-cuts. Plus the fact that they have really cute names which kinda calls out FUN to start with. It’s nice the get some of each piece in the collection too
    thank you for the chance to win some very nice fabric.

    —Anne Mcclenaghan on August 24, 2012
  • I love the charm packs because the fabrics are already coordinated for me. I use them for pine cushions a lot.

    —Vida Arrington on August 24, 2012
  • Aside from the cost savings, I love precuts for the variety and ease in getting my projects started right away, especially since there are so many wonderful patterns and books available

    —Jean on August 24, 2012
  • I love the array of the whole fabric line to display in a quilt. I also love using precuts because I can just jump right into piecing a new quilt without having to do major amounts of cutting. The names of the precuts, jelly roll, layer cakes, honey buns are just the icing on the cake for me. They look so nice on my shelf that I hate to use them.

    —Ruth Wingfield on August 24, 2012
  • I love fat-quarter sets, because they are so frequently perfectly chosen by someone else and usually contain at least one fabric I would never have looked at. Once I have the set, it’s easy to imagine a whole quilt built around the original colors, to which I can add from my stash.

    Alice Kane on August 24, 2012
  • I’ve made 2 quilts from jelly rolls (they just happened to be Moda fabrics). The jelly rolls allow you to start sewing right away! I also got a great selection of coordinated fabrics.

    —Mary Scarborough on August 24, 2012
  • I love jelly rolls, charm packs, etc because they are ready to use. Great for when I need some matching fabrics and to get something done quickly. Thanks for the opportunity.

    —Beth Hammergren on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts make quilting a breeze! I have problems with my hands and wrists, so sometimes it takes forever to cut the fabric for a large quilt. I rely on precuts to make quilting a pleasure instead of a chore.

    —Sheryl Bellamy on August 24, 2012
  • I like getting to use all of the fabrics in a line as well as having some of the cutting already done for me. Thanks for your tips and explainations, I learned a few things that will come in handy. I appreciate the chance at your giveaway.

    —jmniffer on August 24, 2012
  • I love working with Jelly rolls. Having such a selection of fabric all precut is fabulous. I am finding some really adorable quilt patterns to make with them(not just a strip quilt) I love to use the charm packs for holiday table runners. they go together fast and make great gifts. I love the moda fabrics, I just want them all!!!!!

    —linn on August 24, 2012
  • love the selection and variety of fabrics within a line, without having to look for and purchase individually…… and of course, the pre-cut…… means much more accuracy for me…. thanks for the opportunity….

    s cree

    —shirley cree on August 24, 2012
  • Food a quick quilt it’s the Jelly Roll Race! 1 hour 11 minutes and 33 seconds!

    —LisaT on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts, all precuts! The beautiful fabric is all matched and I don’t have to do any work then I get to add my favorite of them all for borders, backing and binding. The sizes of the precuts are perfect for most patterns. They are precious.

    Vickie on August 24, 2012
  • I like that precuts have a little bit of the whole line of fabric. Everything in the quilt blends so nicely.

    —Kathy h on August 24, 2012
  • I love the precut packages because it saves me lots of time. Plus all the guess work of choosing colors and patterns that coordinate is done for me. Fat quarters are a wonderful way to add some variety to my stash. I am a fairly new quilter so I love seeing different designers fabric lines. When in the fabric stores I am sometimes overwhelmed with all the choices of colors and patterns. Thanks for a chance to win.

    —Donna Davis on August 24, 2012
  • They help by giving you the variety with out the bulk in your stash. Especially great for quilts that use tons of different fabrics and no repeats.

    —Diane Lindberg on August 24, 2012
  • I love precuts because I can get the whole collection in an affordable
    amount—and—piecing is so much faster!

    —Cheryl on August 24, 2012
  • I love the ease of using pre-cuts. I have made many bags and purses using charm packs. I don’t have to pull fabrics that match, cut them out and then start sewing. Using pre-cuts lets me start sewing right away and then my project is done so quickly. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    —Renea on August 24, 2012
  • i’m a girl who loves color. when i look at a jelly roll or a charm pack, i’m in heaven. everything coordinates with each other and my head spins with ideas. even if i don’t begin a project right away, those little bits of the rainbow inspire me. i look at patterns differently, seeing all kinds of possibilities. thank you moda for giving me and all of my quilting friends the best product around!

    helena on August 24, 2012
  • The fabrics are coordinated; pre-cut means less time cutting and more time sewing.

    —Carole on August 24, 2012
  • Less work, especially since we no longer live in our home. The limited space and time means pre-cut and color-cordinated fabric saves time. These are great!

    Becky on August 24, 2012
  • I love love love precuts!! They make quilting sooooo much easier for a busy mom like me. I also love being able to get a number of different prints together in one package so that I don’t have to use so much time matching up the fabrics and then having to buy more fabric then I really needed in the first place. Thanks so much for giving all of us the opportunity to benefit from this drawing!

    —Margo Sensenbaugh on August 24, 2012
  • I like all the precuts for several reasons. I have limited storage space. The precuts are in a compact package and are easy to store until I can begin the project that will use them. They stretch my color and design ideas by introducing me to new fabric line and color combinations. I like that the precuts are color coordinated as well. I know that a quilt made from them will look beautiful. No hunting for just the right fabric to match yardage.

    —Kathleen Hepner on August 24, 2012
  • As a beginner to quilting, I love the ease of fabric coordination that strips,fq’s and squares provide. It sure takes the work out of the project & leaves plenty of time for sewing.

    —Sandra Duffey on August 24, 2012
  • I love ALL pre-cuts!! I love the way they all coordinate, whether you choose all of them, or just a few! It’s so easy to start and finish a project, from making a cosmetic bag to a full-sized quilt! It’s so great to get EVERY fabric from a collection without having to spend a fortune! Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Stacey Kim on August 24, 2012
  • I love having the complete fabric line to see all the designs. Then, if I want a fabric not available in my local quilt shop, I can go online to find it. I really enjoy having options!

    Gayle

    —Gayle Grier on August 24, 2012
  • I like to work with the fat quarters and the jelly rolls. I make some quilts with just fat quarters and some with jelly rolls. It saves me washing and drying the little pieces of fabric when I only need a little for the quilt project I am working on.

    —beth daniels on August 24, 2012
  • I like the fact that all the fabrics in a charm pack or jelly roll are coordinated.I buy a lot of fat quarters because I like to make small scrappy quilts and you can cut a nice variety of shapes and sizes from them. They also allow me to get more fabric choices for my money.

    —Maureen Klebe on August 24, 2012
  • I love having a bit of every piece of the fabric line. Totally eye candy for me! Almost too yummy to break open the jelly roll or fat quarter bundle. Just like a brand new box of crayons!

    —Yvonne Ackerman on August 24, 2012
  • The best thing about pre-cuts is that I can start any quilt project immediately – no waiting for the stiffness to leave my arthritic fingers, or even worse – having to find my cutting mat, rulers and rotary cutter under the pile of stuff on my worktable! (I don’t clean up too often – it cuts into crafting time, and the different fabrics displayed all over my crafting space inspire me!)

    Jannette on August 24, 2012
  • sometimes (okay OKAY – MOST times) i am too frazzled to find just the right fabrics for a quilt – precuts take the stress away

    dianne on August 24, 2012
  • I like having a piece of every fabric in a collection, without spending every penny I have doing it.

    Melissa on August 24, 2012
  • I like precuts because it is an affordable way to have a bit of every piece from a line of fabric, and they are all quality fabrics.

    Peggy H. on August 24, 2012
  • Pre-cuts rule in my book! I am not a fan of cutting at all. Also, I love getting all the fabrics in a particular line to put into my quilts!

    —Deborah on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts save my hands! I can still quilt without so much cutting which is detrimental to arthritic hands.

    Ellie

    —Ellie on August 24, 2012
  • I like charm squares because you get to see so many different fabrics and they all go together! There are so many things to do with charm squares.

    —Julie Lingscheit on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts, wow! I love having all the fabrics in a line to touch and feel. When I fall in love with a fabric in a line, I will buy a charm pack, just to keep. Scrappy quilts are my favorite, so precuts provide variety of fabrics when my stash and scraps just aren’t enough.

    —geri kuster on August 24, 2012
  • I love the exactness of the precuts, the fact that they go together (the colors) without any guessing and the simplicity of knowing they are all the same size. I can make a whole quilt without any guesswork in regards to the cutting. Thank you!!!

    —Anne Lay on August 24, 2012
  • Love love love Jelly Rolls with strip quilting. Because I love the fast & easy strip quilting method and my sewing time is limited, I use strips 2 1/2″ or 5″ for fast speedy quiltmaking.

    —Cathy on August 24, 2012
  • I love the time that jelly rolls, layer cakes, fatquarters, and charm packs save in cutting, but most of all I love that they are coordinated and save a great deal of time in finding just the right matching/coordinating fabrics.

    —Vikki Yeary on August 24, 2012
  • I love that some of the cutting is already done, and they are color-coordinated!

    Barbara Winkler on August 24, 2012
  • This was a great article on using Pre-cuts! I learned something new. I love working with pre-cuts because I think it saves time and it helps me to be more accurate since I don’t have to cut them myself!

    —Donna Harry on August 24, 2012
  • I love that I can just start stitching with the jelly rolls. They make a rail quilt go fast. The fat quarters I love for doing small table topper quilts or applique. The charms packs are great to just stitch up as a small quilt and have a gift ready any time I need one.

    —Cathy on August 24, 2012
  • I especially like using precuts, particularly purchased in bundles, as it gives me choices. Sometimes I use only part of the precut package, and I like that option. And it gives me more choices than if I were to buy just a few fabric lengths.

    —Cindy Hoover on August 24, 2012
  • I know I must be the oddball of the group but I have not worked much at all with precuts. Some of them, I just don’t know what to do with. But I have found some patterns with jelly rolls that I like very much so that would be my selection. It is surprising what I find out what is all hidden in the roll, almost a little secret. So that is my choice.

    —Debbie Mahlberg on August 24, 2012
  • I love all the different sizes because it seems like there is more fabric when it has a variety of shapes. It multiplies the image you have of it and creates more possibilities. More is great! I just love fabric, period.

    —Carle on August 24, 2012
  • Love the fact you can get small amount of each fabric in a line with out breaking the bank. Like the ease of use and the fact that I do not spend all day cutting (and cussing).

    —SueP on August 24, 2012
  • I find charm squares wonderful for applique and also for trying out different combinations when working on a new design.

    —Pamela Reim on August 24, 2012
  • I do not know why each fabric is called these names but as a new quilter I will learn. They are tempting words so now I will search for their meaning.

    —Rosalie W. on August 24, 2012
  • I am a new quilter and hopefully learn all of these special names. The names draw my curiosity so here I go.

    —Rosalie W. on August 24, 2012
  • It is a real time saver to have the perfect ready-to-use piece of a line of quilting fabric without having to shop multiple places to find the entire line. It helps release the creativity with a stash of fabric that is meant to be in one successful project.

    —Tari Ristorcelli on August 24, 2012
  • Precuts are so much fun because you don’t have to take time to do all the cutting before you can start creating a new project. It is truly a great way to "sit’n’sew" as soon as you open up your package of fabrics.

    —Marlys L. on August 24, 2012
  • I like that the fabrics all relate to each other either colourwise or themewise. It’s an easy and fast shop. Because the fabric is precut it’s easier to get started( the most exciting phase of the project.

    —Mary on August 24, 2012
  • What do I like best from Jelly Rolls, Fat Quarters, Layer Cakes, and Charm Squares? They are all would be Beautiful for my first Quilt project! Yes, I’m just started on learning Quilting, and if I win this…….Oh, I can’t wait to start 😀 !

    Ryva on August 24, 2012
  • My favorite thing about the pre-cuts is their reliable precision–unlike my own rotary cutting.

    —Beth T. on August 24, 2012
  • I love the precuts because they save cutting, time and have coordinated designs and colors 🙂
    Thanks!

    —Kim Reid on August 24, 2012
  • They’re just so dang cute!

    —Sharon on August 24, 2012
  • I haven’t tried jelly rolls,layer ckaes or charm squares, But buy a lot of Fat quarters (Even my husband knows what they are) as I can usually find a pattern that fits into a theme I am workingt on, It is easier to find blending colours and not as confusing as looking at a large bolt and wondering how much to buy. I never come away from a quilt show without at least 2 fat quarters.

    —ELIZABETH CROSS on August 25, 2012
  • Love scrappy and precuts are a must.

    cindy on August 25, 2012
  • I’ve obviously not be getting to enough quilt shops lately – I’ve seen jelly rolls, but didn’t know what do to with them, but have never even heard of all the other "pre-cut" options. I will admit to being addicted to buying fat quarters. Now I just need to actually get sewing with them.

    Linda H on August 25, 2012
  • I LOVE working with precuts, especially bundles of the same collection… what a joy to work with those.

    —Diane on August 25, 2012
  • I like fat quarters or layer cakes because of the size of the pieces. For some patterns, it is just enough for the project without all the scraps.

    —Julie on August 25, 2012
  • Precuts are a breeze to incorporate into many patterns. They make faster results possible and the fabric is already coordinated for you, no searching for the right 5, 6 or 7 fabrics that looks good together. Buy them bring them home and sew, what could be more delightful.

    Lynn on August 25, 2012
  • Precuts allow projects to become reality faster and also eliminate the need to coordinate fabrics and colors. The design process is different due to the limited sizes you have to work with. When you need quick results, precuts are a great choice.

    —Marlie on August 25, 2012
  • Great information you’ve given us. The first thing I love the most about precuts is the fact I can purchase any of the options offered as a precut relatively cheaply. I love that I am able to see in person what each of the fabrics in the entire line looks like. Things on screen are always a little different from the actual color so getting to see each is great, especially when trying to match up other colors of fabric with them such as a solid. The ease of using them by opening up whichever type purchased and being able to start sewing is a huge timesaver as well.

    —VickiT on August 25, 2012
  • What’s not to like about precuts?? I really love that I can get to a project really fast with a selection of fabrics that already go with each another. I can mix it by using different types of precuts (i.e. layer cakes and a jelly roll) with a solid or a batik that reads as a solid and make a great gift faster than having to cut every piece by hand. Makes more time to be creative both in design and quilting.
    I would love to have more fabric to play with.
    Thanks much,
    Rose

    —Rosane West on August 25, 2012
  • I love that I get a bit of each fabric in the line and the cutting has already been done – huge time saver!

    —carol broughton on August 25, 2012
  • I really like the option of using different colors of fat quarters to make quilts. The options are endless and very beautiful quilts can be made to any pattern.

    Marietta Lynn on August 25, 2012
  • I LOVE them!!!! What a time saver.Also great way to stash build.

    —Jeanette De on August 25, 2012
  • I love that the fabrics are all coordinated – it takes the guesswork out of having to choose fabrics.. I also love the versatility of precuts – layer cakes & charm packs don’t have to just be square, they can be turned into strips, rectangles, triangles, diamonds.. and Jelly Rolls are awesome for quick strip pieced nine-patch blocks, rail fences, diamonds, squares… the list is endless!

    Tracey @ The Peony Teacup on August 25, 2012
  • I like that fact that a beginner quilter can take the precut squares, and use them to learn to be acurate with seams and joining rows together without the stress of "cutting" acurately. If we get them sewing and understanding the importance of the acuracy without "stress", we will create more long time quilters and keep
    passing on our craft. Hooray for that.

    —Fran Simpson on August 25, 2012
  • Love pre-cuts! I’m so slow at cutting material and using pre-cuts save me a lot of time!

    —Deb on August 25, 2012
  • THere are many reasons to love pre cuts. Save time cutting out and getting pretty much right to your project , the fabrics are in a line of fabric so not worrying to struggling have I picked the right fabrics, if you have a huge stash like I do already doesn’t add to it, you can certainly finish a project quicker, and the list could go on and on. This is a great give away so thanks for giving your readers the opportunity, very exciting.

    —Rona Lea on August 25, 2012
  • Not only is this a timesaver, but you can get a wide variety of coordinatting fabrics. It’s a great idea!

    —Barb Emerson on August 25, 2012
  • I love that the fabrics in precuts all coordinate which saves time hunting through stores that might not have the complete collection and you can buy combinations of jelly rolls, layer cakes, etc. to design and make a quilt.

    —Valerie Jeffery on August 25, 2012
  • I love it all!!!

    peg on August 25, 2012
  • I like precuts because the tedious work of cutting strips or squares is already done for me. Also, I love scrap quilts and precuts give me lots of fabric options.

    —Kristi on August 25, 2012
  • I need to use the precuts . Would be more easier to match up and get many different patterns.

    —val on August 25, 2012
  • The precut strips and squares are such timesavers! I would much rather be sewing fabric pieces together than cutting out the pieces. Thank you so much for putting these packets on the market for us!

    —Ann Williamson on August 25, 2012
  • Precuts are a heaven-sent answer to those who are physically challenged, such as myself. Because of brain surgery about 20 years ago, I am limited in the movements of my head and neck and suffer exaggerated pain if I am excessive. Precuts are easy to use and cut way down on preparaion time. I get to look at the finished result much sooner; and am a happy quilter!

    —Catherine Pickett on August 25, 2012
  • Precuts are a heaven-sent answer to those who are physically challenged, such as myself. Because of brain surgery about 20 years ago, I am limited in the movements of my head and neck and suffer exaggerated pain if I am excessive. Precuts are easy to use and cut way down on preparation time. I get to look at the finished result much sooner; and am a happy quilter!

    —Catherine Pickett on August 25, 2012
  • Hi, I love the precuts, you have all the fabric colors at your finger tips and do not have to look for what goes together or carry all the bolts to the cutting counter.

    —Dixe on August 25, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because I’m color challenged. I always need help making sure my colors will go together correctly for what I’m making. Pre-cuts have all the correct colors for a project already put together so for me it makes getting the colors right on the first try and I don’t have to have everybody in the store help me.

    —Donna on August 25, 2012
  • I love pre cuts. They make it effortless to create a perfectly coordinated project in on time. Not to mention I love Moda fabrics. This could be the best win ever!

    —Sherry on August 25, 2012
  • I love precuts for the ease of having colors going together and much of the cutting done, Cutting fabric for quilts is my least favorite thing to do. I’d much rather be sewing!!

    —Carol San Diego on August 25, 2012
  • With a set of precuts, (1) I don’t have to worry over fabric choices going terribly wrong, and (2) the quilt top assembly begins almost immediately upon arriving in my sewing room! What a treat!

    —Maryellen Naughton on August 25, 2012
  • Accurate cuts, coordinated colors and designs make it easy and simply to make a great looking project.

    —Liz Stewart on August 25, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts because they are a time saver as well as being assured accurate pieces. Great for those quick project needs.

    —Denise J. on August 25, 2012
  • Jelly Rolls are such a convenient size at 2 1/2″ for so many strip quilting directions…and in a favorite colorway there’s no time spent making color/pattern decisions.

    —Donna Wheeler on August 25, 2012
  • Variety, variety, variety. I don’t have a big stash so when I want to make a scrappy quilt, I can get many different fabrics for so much less. YAY!!!

    —Sue K on August 25, 2012
  • I love precuts because they are just so much fun. They allow my creativity to soar with each beautiful piece of fabric. And I can finish a quilted gift…yes, actually finish…in a snap!

    Marty on August 25, 2012
  • I recently taught from a tutorial using 5 inch charm squares for the entire quilt – 3 packages – used on the front and back. The designer allowed me to name it – Doubly Charming – It was a great class and all the quilts were so different using precuts or from yardage. The precut charm squares made it go together quickly, both front and back. I would love to teach another to another guild. I believe the layer cakes would be an awesome addition to my stash, as well as the charm squares from Me and My Sister, whose fabrics I love also. Thanks for the opportunity to be part of this lottery. Good luck to everyone!!

    —Marcia on August 25, 2012
  • I like precut packs because there is not as much waste. I don’t have to spend a lot of time cutting which is hard on the hands and back. I don’t have to spend time picking out the fabrics or time at the cutting table getting them cut which sometimes is not cut straight which results in wasted fabric. They not only save me money but time also.

    —Bobbye on August 25, 2012
  • I have used all of the pre-cuts . I have really enjoyed the charm packs and have made several runners using the twisted ruler. I have also made a large quilts using rolls, fat quarters and layer cakes. Even if I have to cut them it is easier than large pieces of fabric.

    —Shelley on August 25, 2012
  • Until recently I worked full time and only had small amounts of time to create so I make a lot of small items. charm squares give me a chance to have a large variety of fabrics to pick from. I use a die cut machine for cutting fun shapes and the 5 inch square is perfect and gives me also gives me lots of little scraps to play with as well as cut shapes.

    —denise on August 25, 2012
  • What’s not to love? Part of the cutting is already done. What a time saver!

    —GrannyH on August 25, 2012
  • I love charms & jelly rolls as they’re both so versatile for getting started on a scrappy or more planned project. As a new quilter, I can never get enough for my "stash".

    Thanks for a great website

    —Shirley on August 25, 2012
  • I LOVE precuts, they allow me to quilt w/o having to have a helper. Handling yardage is difficult being stuck in a wheelchair and having limited upper body mobility. Precuts and my Accuquilt Go allow me to work with fabric in ways that would otherwise be impossible. The fact that they are the made up of total collections make them affordable as well.

    TRACY on August 25, 2012
  • What’s not to love 😉 I am able to collect all the beautiful fabrics and touch and feel them to my hearts content and still stay within my fabric budget.

    —Mary on August 25, 2012
  • I’m a "newbie" quilter and I love that with the jelly roll that I’m sure all the patterns will work well together in my "project", whatever it happens to be and of course the saved time in cutting is great also!

    —Judy on August 25, 2012
  • I love precuts because I can get to the sewing faster!

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway!!!

    —Cheryl Greenleaf on August 25, 2012
  • I have never had the money to buy precuts so I can’t give a reason why I like them. I have to do my own cutting of 2 1/2″ strips which takes up a lot of my time that I could be quilting. I’m a 72 year old widow living on a limited income. I also make QOV quilts which I love to do.
    Marquita

    —Marquita on August 25, 2012
  • I love working with precuts. I used to have alot of space in my sewing room but things have changed and I have to get my machine out and set it up each time I sew and space is limited. Since some of the cutting is already done it helps to get projects going faster and easter. The colors and combinations are so beautiful and inspiring. I want to get working on something right now.
    Thank you for the inspiration : – )

    —Vicki on August 25, 2012
  • Don’t you just love the names~~it’s like eating dessert first! The pre-cut jelly rolls were perfect for our mystery quilt challenge. I love the charm packs which enable me to get right to making my bag or small quilt.

    —Becky on August 25, 2012
  • I love precut fabrics because you can get started right away and not have to do a lot cf cutting. My favorite is a bundle of 2-1/2 strips.

    Mary Alice Fox on August 25, 2012
  • I love to make landscape quilt art, so shopping for fat quarters and pre-cuts gives me the opportunity to have MORE FABRIC to use and MORE FABRIC variety to "stash" for later projects. I always need MORE FABRIC to touch, audition, sew, and just enjoy! Moda is one of favorite fabric lines.

    —Pat Dial on August 25, 2012
  • I enjoy using the precuts because they make sewing so easy. I also enjoy the variety of coordinating fabrics that come in the bundles.

    —Nancy Angerer on August 25, 2012
  • I call my pre cuts my grab and sew! Nothing to match up it’s already cut it’s all ready to go!

    —Gina S. on August 25, 2012
  • I love Charms the most, the quilts just make themselves.

    —OHSue on August 25, 2012
  • It is much easier to have a selection of colors when you have jelly rolls, layer cakes, fat quarters pre cut vs trying to make that vital decision, OH now I need 10 more colors…..and so on. It helps make life a bit easy and now the fabric stash looks a bit different instead of 1/4, 1/2 now I have jelly rolls, fat quarters, and layer cakes 🙂 as a choice It is all fabulous 🙂

    —C.Anne on August 25, 2012
  • Picking fabrics is my most difficult challenge…this makes my choices fun and takes the pressure off people who struggle with fabric coordinating.

    Linda Wolfe on August 25, 2012
  • I am a fairly new quilter so I love the fact that you can have ready to go fabric for my projects. My stash is not too big yet so precuts are a big help.

    —Marilyn on August 25, 2012
  • I love precuts because there is so much you can do with them in half the time you save cutting. Favorite is jelly rolls so far but mixing it up with charms is fun too. I like the fact you are able to have coordinating fabrics with out having to decide … Some times this makes it so easy to make a quick gift for a friend or donate some thing.

    —sheryl matteson on August 25, 2012
  • I make a lot of throws for my church and jelly rolls work perfectly for making quick quilts. I get to try a lot of new patterns and never get bored with the vast amount of colors available. Charm squares are fun too 🙂

    Eva Kornoelje on August 25, 2012
  • I love the versatility of pre-cuts. You can use them in so many different ways and because they are ultra convenient, your project moves ahead so much faster!

    —MaryRose on August 25, 2012
  • Pre-cuts are a great time saver and I love having a little of each fabric in the line 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!

    —Angie C on August 25, 2012
  • What I like about precuts is the ease of use in making blocks by strip piecing. And since I like the scrappy look, the precuts allow one to get multiple fabric colors and designs in one small package with minimum cost.

    —Darrell Hardenburg on August 25, 2012
  • ALL THE PRETTY COLORS!!!

    —S GARRETT on August 25, 2012
  • Easy, fun, fast, and a great variety of colors.

    cindy on August 26, 2012
  • Sometimmes I just "need" to sit down and sew – a therapeutic fix, if you will. Precuts do that for me. Pull some out and start making blocks; relaxing, satisfyling. I don’t have to put off my "need" by cutting fabric!
    Sue

    —Sue on August 26, 2012
  • I love precuts for many projects as a time saver in not only the cutting time but the time and headache of trying to pick colors that compliment each other. They are so good for so many projects featured in some quilting books!

    —Sandy McDonald on August 26, 2012
  • I love to purchase fat quarters, charm packs, jelly rolls and layer cakes because they help me build my fabric stash with a huge variety of colors, prints and designs at a reasonable cost. They help to add variety and interest to my scrap quilts.

    —Cindy Emond on August 26, 2012
  • Scrappy quilts must (in my mind) contain 100’s of fabrics. Precuts are the best way to get there. Neat, compact to store and ready to use. BTW, using a lint roller across the top and bottom of a jelly roll cleans up all that lint before unwrapping!

    Karen D on August 26, 2012
  • My favorite thing about pre-cuts is being able to ‘take a taste’ of a fabric line without spending too much on a lot of fabric that may not be used. Buying a couple of charm packs and a solid is a great way to make a quilt without being overwhelmed by the line and still ending up with a tasteful quilt in the end.

    Jill M in Ohio on August 26, 2012
  • I love all of these products as it helps me to be more creative. The prepacks always include fabrics I may not have chosen to buy by the yard, but always find a way to integrate once I have them. Using these are changing the way I see a quilt pattern, causing me to always want more scrappiness in all of my quilts.

    —Diane Kroll on August 26, 2012
  • I love fat quarters because I can collect a lot fabric that I love but don’t have plans for yet in a multitude of colors. They are so versitile I can make them into any shape or size that I want. I just love looking at all the different fabrics and all the different commbinations the can make. I also love jelly rolls because I really enjoy making French braid quilts and this way all of the tedious work of cutting strips is already done for me.

    —janelle johnston on August 26, 2012
  • Friends have been trying to get me interested in Quilting for a long time and learning how to cut the fabric terrified me. I kept putting the thought of quilting out of my mind, however my friend purchased 2 matching jellyrolls for my birthday and said it will be so easy, just try it….6 months later I got up the courage and sewed it together. I’m SO thrilled I did. I am Hooked! I love everything about the fabrics and the inspiration it has brought to my world!

    —Darlene Qualls on August 26, 2012
  • I’m just getting back into quilting, but I’ve always loved scrap quilts. I think that all precuts are a great way to re-build a fabric stash!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries on August 26, 2012
  • The best thing is that half the work is done. The materials match,half the cutting is done, and they are easy to store. They are great for a quick project. They are a no brainer. They are great for prople with arthritis and other hand problems because it cuts down on their work of cutting the material.

    —Deb Waddle on August 26, 2012
  • Easy to store, coordinate and use. There are so many things you can do with the pre-cuts with minimal cutting. One of the best fabric ideas ever!

    —Carol Hydeman on August 26, 2012
  • I really like jelly rolls and charm packs because you get so many different fabrics to work with. I have cut my own jelly rolls, but it is so much easier to just purchase them. Working with a charm pack is like being on vacation. No cutting, just ready to sew. How fun!

    Kathleen Davis on August 26, 2012
  • I like precuts because of the fabric choices…usually you have one each of a paticular line and can use them in all sorts of creative ways. Exploring the fabrics provides an opportunity to think about which of the group you want more of for larger projects.

    —Ann Kuhn on August 26, 2012
  • I love precuts because the colors are picked for you already, plus I love to look at them on my shelf!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    —Marsha Bertram on August 26, 2012
  • I have arthritis that often makes wielding a rotary cutter difficult. Precuts allow me to be productive without pain, and I absolutely love the variety that comes in each package. They truly add another dimension to my projects.

    —Elizabeth on August 26, 2012
  • What I love most about precuts is the unlimited possibilites that you can make from them. The cutting is already started or done for you (depending on your pattern). Also, the variety of fabric lines you can purchase these precuts in. What a wonderful concept someone started. <3

    —Sharon M on August 26, 2012
  • Not only are these fabrics PRE-cut….but they are also color coordinated!!!!
    In addition, if you are making small projects or projects that need just a small amount of fabric (e.g. "I Spy" quilt), pre-cut fabrics are the perfect solution!
    And… there are sooooooo many enticing patterns that incorporate these precut bundles; you just gotta have ’em!
    LOVE MY PRECUTS! 🙂

    —Marcia B on August 26, 2012
  • I use pre-cuts for my machine embroidery as well as my quilting. The fabric is good quality and the sizes are usually just right for my in the hoop projects. I would never be able to afford such a variety of these wonderful fabrics if I were to buy yardage. Using these helps to make my projects look even better.

    —Becky Cone on August 26, 2012
  • I like moda pre-cut fabrics because they are quick to use for us that have limited time to sew and piece our quilts. Also I like the fact that the cuts are perfect and not uneven when I cut in a hurry. It’s fun to have all the different patterns that can be used with each cut.
    thanks

    —BARB MATH on August 26, 2012
  • I love layer cakes because you have one of each fabric, you have a big enough piece to cut at least one piece of any typical size, and you can cut it into four charm packs if you want. Plus the fabric pieces fit easily in my fabric die cutter machine.

    —Lindsey Ray on August 26, 2012
  • I love precuts because you get a sample of the whole line, I can start sewing right away and there are so many patterns and ideas out there for precuts making it even easier to find a great design.

    —Debbie on August 26, 2012
  • I love charm packs they are so easy to piece and I’ve found a pattern for a bag that everyone loves and it’s made from very colourful charm packs. The colours that come from the pre cut fabrics are brilliant this helps with my colour co-ordination as my choices are noT always the best. I love to collect and put to my stash which is growing in size, I have nearly finished a quilt I started from fat quaters and another is already being planned.

    —Lisa Kirk on August 26, 2012
  • I love the accuracy of sewing with pre-cuts. They sure beat my cutting skills!

    —Sharon Schneider on August 26, 2012
  • I love Moda pre cuts since I don’t have to match fabrics. It is already done for you. Plus I can’t cut a straight line for love or money,so the pre cuts make quilting fast and easier.

    —Carol on August 26, 2012
  • I like the fact that you get so many fabrics of the same size,and not so much cutting.This will helps when you need variety. The five inch squares are good for charm quilts.

    Mamie Watson on August 26, 2012
  • I love pre-cuts because they make it easy to have a wide variety of fabrics in one project 🙂

    —Becky on August 26, 2012
  • I often purchase charm packs so that I can view the entire collection – makes it easy to decide which fabrics to order yardage of. Few quilt shops carry the entire line so I order mostly online. Also love fat eighth and fat quarter bundles!

    —Pat S on August 26, 2012
  • I like getting a selection of fabrics that color coordinate and are ready to sew into any of the many patterns designed for the pre-cuts.

    —Sally on August 26, 2012
  • Precuts are the bomb! Really, you can cut a jelly roll into many shapes and section lengths. Only your imagination is your limit. Plus you have every color of the group ready to "pop" into a great new creation!
    I have never had a quilt that I didn’t love!

    Thanks for a chance to win some fabulous fabric,
    Shirley

    —Shirley Pearce on August 26, 2012
  • I love the variety that you can get in a quilt using precuts without spending a ton of money (and ending up with a lot of leftovers)

    julie on August 26, 2012
  • I love charm packs and jelly rolls because the fabric is pre-cut exactly. Every piece of fabric pieces together exactly because it is perfectly cut. I also love fat quarter bundles because it allows me to design my own quilt blocks using coordinating fabric. I feel so lucky to be able to quilt with quality quilt shop fabric that is beautifully designed. Thank you Moda for this wonderful opportunity.

    —Elaine De on August 26, 2012
  • I like precuts especially jelly rolls. Since they are already cut to 2 1/2 inches wide, I can cut HST using the EZ angle ruler and sew out a bunch of HST very quickly. I can also use these 2 1/2″ wide strips to cut out brick blocks to sew out scrappy quilts, Bonnie Hunter’s style.
    Charm squares are very good for making baby quilts as they are already at 5″. I just need to join the squares together in a certain colour scheme and viola I have a baby quilt ready as a gift.
    God Bless
    gml

    —Sandra on August 26, 2012
  • What I like the best about the pre-cuts is that you get a wide selection of fabrics that blend well together without having to buy a lot of fabric 🙂

    —Anne Rita on August 26, 2012
  • Precuts are my saving grace…they are pre-chosed due to being in the same fabric line AND they are already cut for you.. What’s not to like?? =)

    —Maggie C on August 27, 2012
  • I drive an 18-wheeler. My space is limited in the truck & my home time is very limited. I use the precuts as a time saver. I can take a small project with me to work on when I have down time & I can sew it all together when I get home. I use Moda’s precuts mostly because of the co-ordination of a fabric line & fill in with their solids. I keep precuts on hand always!

    —Cindy Stowe on August 27, 2012
  • I love the variety of fabric you get in a pre-cut package. While I could easily cut from my stash, I’d never have that many coordinating fabrics to put together! The bonus is that they are ready to go! Just open and sew! Thanks for the chance to win some great pre-cuts!

    —Susan on August 27, 2012
  • LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those charm squares. It’s great to get a variety of coordinated squares to dice for table runners and squares!

    —CJ on August 27, 2012
  • I enjoy using charm packs, they can be cut down and used in so many little projects, or added to yardage to make large projects. I have used many jelly rolls or quilts, table runners etc. and love using them. Thanks, NPLANTZ

    —Nancy Plantz on August 27, 2012
  • I bought fat quarters at a quilt show and really didn’t know what I was buying. I liked the patterns and color coordination. I have found that fat quarters are very flexible and easy to use. They can be used in a variety of my projects. I love them!

    —Cari P on August 27, 2012
  • I love the variety of fabric I get for a low price by using charm packs. I love buying fat quarter bundles so I get the entire line!!

    —Janet A on August 27, 2012
  • Jelly rolls, charms all those precuts are so great. You purchase and for me, with in half an hour can be home and starting a new quilt. Love that the pieces are coordinated; love that the pieces are all the same size, no miss cut sizes that can happen when you rotary cut. Great for making those wonderful scrappy quilts Love them!!!

    Marilynn D-R on August 27, 2012
  • Everything coordinates in the pre-cuts. Makes it fun to just sew and create designs.

    —MC on August 27, 2012
  • i love love LOVE jelly rolls, layer cakes, charm packs and everything else that moda pre-cuts for ONE reason… i get EVERY piece of fabric in the fabric line. i never like to leave a fabric out… they might get sad 🙂

    —pam on August 27, 2012
  • I don’t have a great eye for color, so the pre-cut fabrics help me to make a beautiful quilt. I never would be able to put some of the printts together!

    —Sharon on August 27, 2012
  • I like precuts because you have a sample of all of the fabrics in a given line. Quilt stores usually have only some of them, but the pack has all of them. It is the easiest way to plan a quilt, because then you can search for the fabrics you want that your local quilt store doesn’t have.

    —Linda Arkens on August 27, 2012
  • I love having a large selection of a design line already cut and ready to use. Love the choices in this giveaway!

    —Janey Cook on August 27, 2012
  • I like to use charm packs and my own coordinating solid to make disappearing 9 patch blocks. I like the effect and a quilt top goes together quickly.

    —Nancy Bennett on August 27, 2012
  • no matter how hard I try, cutting a straight strip is almost impossible thus I really like the accuracy

    —Carol on August 27, 2012
  • LOVE Jelly Rolls and Charm Packs! Having the fabric pre-cut is of course fantastic. But more than that, I love getting such a variety of designs with the rolls and packs!

    I have made several baby quilts from Charm Packs. A recent purchase of two Bungle Jungle cp’s will mean I have enough left over to try the "Lil’ Twister" on some of the pieces! Can’t wait to get started!

    —Sue Lohr on August 27, 2012
  • I love the pre-cuts because you not only get to see all the new designs, you get to use a variety of color choices, and I am all about color. The other plus is the ease of use, but that seems to go without saying. Give me pre-cuts, and I’ll happily strip along.

    —Pat Wade on August 27, 2012
  • Charm packs make great swatch packs. I like jelly rolls, especially with plastic templates. Layer cakes are fun because you have larger pieces with which to work.

    Summer on August 27, 2012
  • I love the ease of having fabrics that coordinate without all the stress and time of trying to find them on my own. Precuts also save precious time when putting quilts together. No hunting for coordinating fabrics, no precutting, and great results! Time savers and results boosters— how could it be better!

    —Marcia W on August 27, 2012
  • I love Moda pre-cuts! I get a piece of every fabric in the line, and everything is color coordinated. Quilts always look fabulous using Moda pre-cuts.

    —Jackie on August 27, 2012
  • I love getting all the fabrics in the lines. I can never seem to find all of them at any of the quilt shops, they only seem to carry SOME of them. It’s very frustrating!

    —Lori on August 27, 2012
  • I love that you get to play with every print in a line, and that some of the tedious prep work is done for you. My favourites are Jelly Rolls and Layer Cakes. Thank you for the giveaway!

    —Paula on August 27, 2012
  • ABC 123 = Ready, Set, Go! That’s why I love Jelly Rolls and other pre-cuts. Simply open them up and get busy with yourself! No trying to match up fabrics because you have the whole line and they already match! Thank you for your kindness with this give away, you rock 🙂

    —Terri on August 27, 2012
  • I use precuts all the time. It not only saves time but the cut fabric is so accurate.

    —Joyce on August 27, 2012
  • I like precuts because you can play with 40 different fabrics; you can then pick additional fabrics from the collection when it arrives.

    —Carmen Pyles on August 27, 2012
  • I love the precuts for quilting, especially smaller quilt projects. I get a collection variety without lots left over to add to my stash and wonder what I’m going to do with them. Also it lends to a lot of creativity. I also like to purchase precuts when I travel and then use them to make memorable projects from places I’ve been. They pack much better in a suitcase than a yard of fabric that I later need to match up at my home quilting shop.

    —Donna on August 27, 2012
  • I enjoy using pre-cuts from my favorite designers. Sometimes they use colors in a fabric collection that I wouldn’t ordinarily choose, but after I see them together in a project, I like them together! Using pre-cuts has expanded my color horizons!!

    JLouise on August 27, 2012
  • I love the convenience of being cut and the variety of fabrics one can have in the same quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win this!

    —Susan on August 27, 2012
  • I like pre cuts because its hard to cut strait long stripes. And it is fun to have a jelly roll or a a charm square to lock at and to dream about doing something gorgeous of!!!

    —Jenny on August 28, 2012
  • I love the color coordination – makes it easy to just pick a border, binding and lattice fabric and you are ready to sew.

    —Linda Smith on August 28, 2012
  • Hi, I was gifted for my bday a MODA pre-cut jelly roll. My daughter who was preparing to enroll for a 5 yr UG architectural course was so fascinated by the roll- shape,size, color etc, , that she decided to join a quilting class. she completed a spring quilt top sheet and all thanks to the inspiration provided by the jelly roll. If not for the jelly role, she would have wasted her time doing nothing – She is so thankful to me for introducing her to the ART OF QUILTING!!!!

    —Meera on August 28, 2012
  • The ease of using these precuts right away is so much fun. Love having all the fabrics within a line is awesome too! Sometimes that even means using a print I may not have bought yardage of… but they all work so well together. Wonderful options for quilters!

    Linda D on August 28, 2012
  • I love that when you use pre-cuts a lot of the work is done already. You can complete some projects very quickly and easily with minimal cutting. The fabrics in a collection match perfectly so you don’t have to worry about that. I love using pre-cuts!

    —Kathleen O'Grady on August 28, 2012
  • I love the ease of use of pre=cuts, and especially love the fabrics of me and my sisters designs. I usually buy only their pre-cuts. They’re the best fabrics ever.

    —Cindy Dahlgren on August 28, 2012
  • I love the jelly rolls, and how easy to use!!!!
    Then I don’t have to worry about finding material that matchs!!!!

    —Deanna Coates on August 28, 2012
  • I love precuts because they are ready to use for the most part,you get a wonderful variety with having the whole fabric line included, and they are perfectly cut! Even with the Accu cutters you’d still have to buy the whole line of fabrics to have the variety that precuts contain.

    —Nichole on August 28, 2012
  • Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes are great way to get a variety of fabrics and they’re not bad to eat either (the food kind)

    —Judy on August 28, 2012
  • I really love that the material is often already cut to the size that you need and that there is no matching required esp. with the Jelly Rolls. I have been working at learning to quilt for a while now but since I work full-time I don’t have much time to give to sewing. Unfortunately, my husband still likes to have supper every now & again so until I retire that will probably be the case.

    —Becky on August 28, 2012
  • I love precuts because you get the whole collection and there are so many patterns to make with them. Thanks

    —Julie A. on August 28, 2012
  • What I like about the precuts is that all the fabric goes together. I have so much trouble picking out fabric for a project and by using the precuts, its all done for me. Love it!!

    —Christie Thielen on August 28, 2012
  • They save time cutting fabric and the aggravation of finding a place to cut fabric oneself, especially if you are "space-ially" challenged. The color groupings are already harmonious, so more time is saved from deciding "does this fabric go with that fabric?" Convenience and harmony as well as inspiration.

    LizE

    E. Engman on August 28, 2012
  • Hi!
    Love this giveaway – and love those precuts. I love jelly rolls for their ease in log cabins; layer cakes provide much choice when fussy cutting; charm squares are all there waiting to be put together and
    fat quarters – my favorite – versatile – handbags, totes, potholders,
    binding………………………………………………..etc.
    Love it all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    —Jane on August 28, 2012
  • I love how quick and easy it is to use a precut when making a quilt. It is worth the money to use them….so easy. Love the giveaway!!

    —Linda on August 28, 2012
  • Hello, I am a grandmother with eight grandchildren from five daughters! So I am constantly creating new things for all of them! Which in turn keeps me looking for all kinds of deals on fabrics, I was recently diagnosed with arthritis and fybromyalia. Cutting alot leads to an evening of alot of pain. So when I find great prints or solids in Jelly rolls, fat quarters ect. I jump on them!
    I love to sew! I can get lost on my sewing machine as much as a reader gets lost in a good book! thank you to anyone who makes that possible to me!

    —iris on August 29, 2012
  • I am getting odd in my old age and, although when younger I could wile away endless hours in quilt shops fondling fabric, I find that now I have become an "in and out" shopper…kinda the quicker the better. The precuts are just what I need. I can get a sampling of an entire line without all the fumbling around with bolts and the time it would take to get it all cut. Plus there are a lot of books, patterns and tools available to use with the precuts. Makes my quilting experience a whole lot easier and productive.

    —Sally on August 29, 2012
  • I love precuts! They are fun and so easy to use. A great way to stock your stash with color. The only one I’ve never used is the jelly roll, but I’ve seen a couple of cute quilt patterns recently using jelly rolls, so I may just have to get one.
    Sonja

    —Sonja on August 29, 2012
  • I like pre-cuts because you can immediately start sewing! I also like them because you recieve the whole fabric line and have an assortment of colors that blend well together. There are so many patterns out now to use with them

    Nancy Trumble on August 29, 2012
  • I especially like jelly rolls. I like that I get so many different fabric strips without having to buy more of each fabric than I need. Layer Cakes and Charm Squares have the same advantage.

    —Theresa Nicholas on August 29, 2012
  • I love precuts because it saves me ‘sew’ much TIME overall working on my goal to finish the quilt or wallhanging!!! K in Minnie snow ta

    —Kay Devaney on August 29, 2012
  • Less time cutting; more time sewing; quicker finish time to see your creation.

    —Kaye Morgan on August 29, 2012
  • Precuts are perfect to take to a quilting retreat when I want to step out of my usual quilter identity and make something fast and "not me".

    —Juanita Woodard on August 29, 2012
  • I love that you get all the selection of the whole fabric line and get a start on the cutting. I work full time and anything that gets me to the sewing part faster is wonderful for me. I LOVE precuts – all of them

    —Carla Hartmann on August 29, 2012
  • Precuts are the best way to go when you want it all! And I do! A bit of each piece of fabric in the line, plus the simplicity of using it without all the work to cut and cut, if you can even find all the pieces in one city or state. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    —Sharon on August 29, 2012
  • I love the precuts because it takes the stress out of which fabric to buy. And, of course, the fabrics all blend together!

    —Toni Bush on August 29, 2012
  • I love the precuts because it takes the stress out of which fabric to buy.

    —Toni Bush on August 29, 2012
  • Variety! That’s what I like about the pre-cuts. I get at least one, sometimes two, of every sku in a grouping. Talk about eye candy!!! Yes, variety is the spice of life!

    Cindy A. on August 29, 2012
  • The best thing is that they are cut and ready to go!

    Karrie Smith on August 29, 2012
  • I love precuts. Just start sewing without having to spend time cutting. The colors are so beautiful and exciting and comes out perfect every time. Phyllis

    —phyllis wohlwend on August 29, 2012
  • What I like most about the precut fabrics is the way they play so well together. I can buy them and know that they are harmonious and that I can create something fun. I try and stretch myself and purchase patterns/designers a little out of my comfort range. Such inspiration!

    Lynda in Spokane

    —Lynda Burns on August 29, 2012
  • Not a lot of cutting and you get the whole line.

    cindy stearns on August 30, 2012

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