Flower Power…

It might be November and most of us are most likely thinking about pine trees, poinsettia and holly.  But we’ve got a field of flowers in the warehouse right now.


Poppy Mae by Robin PickensSummer Breeze IVSakura

We do love flowers and by extension, fabric with flowers.  While the days are getting shorter and a bit chillier, we’re keeping our flowers.  And because there is rain in the forecast for Dallas today, I’m in a “feel the need for some flowers” kind of mood… and because it’s the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, I’m sharing.

Sakura is named for the lovely cherry blossoms that symbolize the beauty and fragility of life in Japanese culture.


The colors are vibrant but soft – and the white pieces are especially pretty.  (Yes, they are my favorites.)  There are twenty-six pieces in the Sakura collection – it will be in stores by the first week of December.

If daisies, asters, poppies and Delphinium are more your style, Summer Breeze IV is a beautiful field of blue and yellow.


Did you know that blue and yellow is one of the most popular color combinations for quilts?  I read that a few years ago in a quilt magazine so it must be true, right?


This lovely Irish Chain quilt will be available as a kit in late December.  The pattern is a Moda 12-Pack Quilt – Booklet 3: Luck of the Irish.  Summer Breeze IV will be in shops the end of December or early January.

Hello Nanette!


Yes, yes Nanette!  This is the new Chez Moi collection – soft, pretty, flirty and feminine.  Très joli, n’est-ce pas?

The 2016 Regent Street Lawns are already on their way out of the warehouse…


Despite my best efforts to keep all of this loveliness for myself.  (I said I would share… I didn’t say I would share everything!)

I think you know that I love cotton lawns – the fine threads, light weight and tighter weave makes them lovely to sew with, and the finished quilts and garments are so blissfully, silky soft.  Yes, they are a bit more expensive than regular quilting cottons but they are worth the splurge.  I’m always asked if they wash and “hold up” well and the answer is “absolutely!” Even though the fabrics feel thin, the higher thread count of the fabric makes them as strong as our other quilting cottons.

And it’s so pretty.

The other collection I’m excited about – we’re all excited about! – is Robin Pickens’ Poppy Mae.  After what seems like forever, the collection is finally on it’s way to shops this coming week.

It’s pretty – and pretty awesome.


You might remember that Robin was the winner of the Moda-Spoonflower Fabric8 Contest – Botanical Sketchbook.  The designs Robin drew became the foundation of this gorgeous collection inspired by the fields of poppies blooming in California.

Over the past few months, Robin has created beautiful quilts and pictures with her collection.  Basically, the girl rocked it!


Artists.  They can make a stack of half-triangle squares look gorgeous.

The big poppy print in Poppy Mae is spectacular –


There are four colorways – this is the black background.  There is also green, the peachy-pink and ivory.  The spools of Aurifloss are there to show you how big the poppies are – and because I like playing with them.

So that’s it for Moda’s Flower Shop.  And because I said I would share, one of you will have an extra reason to be thankful.  Leave a comment by Midnight on Sunday – November 27th – and you’ll win the three little floral bundles in the first picture.  (They’re Layer Cakes.)

Just leave a comment telling us what you’re thankful for this year.

Happy Tuesday – and Happy Thanksgiving!


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292 thoughts on “Flower Power…

  1. Thankful, even with the stressful year, my mother passing away from complications of Parkinson’s. I’m thankful for my memories of her and telling her stories to my grandchildren and sharing her recipes with my two daughters. And also thankful for my wonderful husband.

  2. I’m thankful for the ability to see and use these gorgeous fabrics to make pleasing things for my family and others. Every day I wonder at how talented people are with color and fabric. I’m sure these fabrics will make some beautiful quilts.

  3. I’m thankful for new doors opening, for a continued desire to be creative, and especially for Moda bringing back these wonderful florals, my first love in fabric! Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. I thankful that my mom has survived cancer long enough to spend one more holiday with the family.

  5. I’m thankful for many things,. This week I’m thankful for family and friends who will share together at our thanksgiving table.

  6. I’m thankful for faith, hope and charity. Faith this fabric is as beautiful in person as in these pictures; hope I am the winner; and your charity for such a wonderful give away.

  7. I’m thankful for each new morning! In my opinion, it’s the best time of day. When the sun starts to rise telling us that all things are possible, it makes me smile and feel so productive!

  8. I am thankful for my best friend Pat – who is always there, even if we haven’t communicated in forever. Thank you

  9. Oh fun. It’s been a bit since I’ve worked with a layer cake. I’ve had a miserable year. A bout with cancer and foot surgery. Health is in the forefront of things I am thankful for.

  10. I am thankful that my large family is all healthy .I also thankful for the “artists” that design fabrics that we get to use . I remember the days of floursacks for material . Thank you for sharing with us .

  11. We just received 2feet of snow for the holidays. I am already sick of all that white! I need some pretty flowers in my life!

  12. I’m really thankful for my friends that I have meet thru quilting. They are the best. Love the fabrics from Moda and love the poppies.

  13. Thankful for so many blessings. My family, my job, my hobbies. Praying for continued good health to use all my fabric!

  14. I’m thankful for a loving and supportive husband who puts up with my fabric addiction, good friends and family, and good health.

  15. I am thankful for my husband’s improving health, my children, and the move that led to a quieter, less stressful daily life. The fabrics are lovely, thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

  16. I am thankful to be alive, for successful children, for loving grandchildren, and a loving supportative husband. Beautiful fabrics.

  17. So much to be thankful for! My husband had successful hip replacement surgery, my dad is going thru cancer treatments and doing well, and I have 2 wonderful daughters. I am counting my blessings!

  18. I am thankful for having a good job and having a house. I have a friend whose house was flooded in Louisiana this past summer and she is still trying to get her home put back together.

  19. Im thankful for recuperation and doctors that help to cause healing. For my family and friends always. For beautiful fabrics and the skills and tools needed to make beautiful quilts.

  20. I am thankful that I am spending thanksgiving with my daughter, son-in-law, and 2 granddaughters on the east coast. I just lost a dear friend to a heart attack and life seems so precious these days.

  21. I’m thankful for by grandchildren living nearby because I get to see them frequently. Today I am picking them up after school and preschool. yeah! Gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win

  22. I’m thankful for my family and friends, pets and interests – all of which keep me happy and young at heart

  23. Our loving God, family – including two amazing granddaughters, good health for all of us, and financial security..

  24. I’m thankful for my family, for their love and support, and especially for my Brother who literally saved my life on two occasions. Miss you, big D.

  25. I am thankful for friends and family, for three new grandchildren, one born this year and twins adopted by my daughter and son-in-law.

  26. I am thankful that I am still healthy enough to be able to quilt and bless others by giving them quilts!

  27. I’m thankful my 98 year old mom is still able to piece quilts and I can quilt for her. She is a 25 year cancer survivor, and a pretty amazing mom.
    If I won a bundle, I would take them to Mom, and we would design a quilt together. The Sakura collection reminds me of our days at the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco. I remember the poppies in the notebook sketches… they are my favorite flowers. Lovely collections–thank YOU for this generous opportunity to obtain a collection.

  28. I am always thankful for my family, but this year I am grateful for the traveling my husband and I were able to do together. Retirement is wonderful.

  29. I am most thankful for my wonderful family and healing very well after knee replacement this spring. I’m also thankful that I have quilting as a hobby that brings me in touch with others that share my love of sewing.

  30. I am thankful for my family and friends who are so supportive of my quilting habit, and for the wonderful people I will share Thanksgiving dinner with.

  31. I’m thankful for a warm house, good food,loving family, loyal friends and blog posts like this! Happy Thanksgiving!

  32. I am thankful for the new member of our family this year…our daughter married a wonderful man in October. I’m thankful for all of the rest of them too. 🙂 I’m thankful for quilting and knitting and crocheting and those pursuits which keep me sane. I’m thankful for Percocet which keeps my chronic pain from shingles (get your shot!) under control. So many blessings!

  33. I am so thankful for my family and friends. We also lost some very close loved ones this year and really appreciate how fragile life is. Thank you for your generosity with these fabulous fabrics. They are all so beautiful and will definitely make great quilts to pay it forward for someone to be thankful to receive. 🙂

  34. I am so thankful for my beautiful daughters. Just recently 2 of them took major steps for new directions in their lives and I am so excited for them. So thankful that we will all be together for the holiday.

  35. I am thankful for my quilting friend Pam who has been a good companion and moral support as I have dealt with health problems this year.

  36. I am thankful for family, the good health of my family and the gift of quilting that has been part of my life for a very long time!!!

  37. I am grateful for waking up this morning. I am also grateful for all those luscious lawn cottons I can’t wait to get my hands on.

  38. Those flower prints are out of this world beautiful! I think we can be thankful for the great designers we have now providing all this loveliness. As for me personally, I am thankful this year to have all my family with me at the same time for Thanksgiving! To all the quilting family out there, have a thankful holiday!

  39. I am thankful for my loving husband who has gone over the top this past year to allow me to enjoy my kids and grandkids while taking chemo…..and for my amazing oncologist and his staff that are helping me through this journey so i can be around for more than 10 + years and keep quilting!! Life throws us curveballs and I have learned how to catch even though I’m much better with a tennis racket and golf club:)
    I’m thankful for all of the donations to cancer research ( especially brain cancer ) and all of the very smart people working on finding a cure!
    I’m thankful for fresh white snow and a walk through the snow covered pine tress on the woods trail alongside the still open lake! And thankful my golden retriever is smart enough not to jump into the lake water this time of year:)
    I’m thankful for your blog and the many others that are so inspiring and make quilting in the middle of the woods so enjoyable!
    I’m also thankful for UPS delivering to rural Minnesota so I can take chemo pills at home- amazing!
    So many things to be thankful for…..to everyone…..have courage….be kind!!!!!!
    Flower Power ROCKS!!!

  40. I am thankful for the long line of strong, resilient women that have nurtured and sustained my family through the generations – pioneers all!

  41. After losing my husband earlier in the year, I am thankful for my family. They have come together to help heal. I will retire mid-year next year and then be able to enjoy my stash and more. Would love to put together a quilt with these beautiful fabrics.

  42. I am thankful to live in a free country with the ability to quilt with the gorgeous Poppy Mae collection. Poppy Mae reminds me of the brave sons and fathers who paid the ultimate sacrifice in Flanders Fields of Poppies, so long ago, to protect our freedom. My quilt will be a tribute to my grandfathers brother, William, who fell in those fields. William will be remembered with the beautiful Poppy Mae collection.

  43. I am thankful for my wonderful family. Now that I am retired, I get to spend more time with them and of course spoil my grandson. Also thankful that my family enjoys my quilts!

  44. I am thankful for my family and friends, especially this time of year. My quilting friends and I have shared moments of joy and sadness and provide support for each other all through the year. Happy Thanksgiving!

  45. I’m thankful for all the members of my family because they make me so happy. I love to make quilts for them and they appreciate my efforts!

  46. I’m thankful to be living in the USA. We have such wonderful freedoms, without which much would be impossible. Even maybe buying more fabric. Eek!

  47. Gorgeous flowers 🙂
    I’m thankful that all my animals are healthy…especially the cats who both just had to have some oral surgery. I’m so glad we are past that!
    Hope your Thanksgiving is happy!

  48. I’m thankful that I live in a country where I am free to worship God and attend a bible believing church. I’m thankful for my church quilting group who makes quilts to share with those who are cold. I’m thankful for my family, and especially my precious grandchildren. Happy Thanksgiving, all!

  49. I am thankful for my husband and biological family,especially grandkids, and for my growing family of quilt friends.

  50. Beautiful fabrics! I am thankful that my family is coming for Thanksgiving – can hardly wait for them to arrive. Also, got the guest room painted and put back together and that means all the piles of guest room things are out of my sewing room – I can sew again! 🙂

  51. I am thankful for my supportive family who sees my joy in working with fabric and color to develop my quilts. Even though there are many days when things are in disarray, no one complains because they know I am having a ball. Happy Thanksgiving.

  52. I’m thankful for my parents’ anniversary this year, and that we’re able to travel to celebrate with them. Thank you for the giveaway.

  53. I am thankful for the blessing of being retired and with my husband also retired, we are able to visit and help children and grandchildren and stay in touch with their lives. I am also very thankful for a husband who supports my quilting.

  54. I am thankful for each day that I awake and so very thankful for my husbands continued good health.

  55. I am thankful for my health, for my wonderful children and grandchildren, and the best daughter-in-law and son-in-law anyone could ask for. Love Poppy Mae! So gorgeous!

  56. What gorgeous fabrics! I am most thankful for my husband who retired in September after 38 years of hard work. He is now able to relax and enjoy life a bit more than he has. Plus, I get to enjoy it with him! Happy Thanksgiving!

  57. I am thankful that my son will be moving into a flat of his own early in the New Year. He has lived at home and saved like mad for the enormous deposit that is needed to buy property these days.

    I am thankful too that we will be able to have guests without me giving up my sewing room.

  58. I too am thankful for life, it’s ever changing joys and sorrows, highs and lows,storms and calm, it is a wonderful adventure. Have a great holiday.

  59. What drool-worthy fabrics you have shown us! I’m thankful this year for my 3 children, their spouses, and my 4 beautiful, healthy grandkids! We are so very very blessed and lucky. All of us with happy lives and doing well this year!

  60. I am thankful for my healthy family. I look forward to a much less stressful year ahead and am thankful to have survived this past year.

  61. I am grateful for my dear family and friends. I am thankful for the gift of quilting in my life to give me peace and happiness in my retirement years. To all the adventures and people I have had in my life.
    I would not of had if not for my love of fabrics.

  62. I’m thankful this year for my husband!!!! I know I don’t appreciate him nearly enough! We have been married for 47 years, and I take him for granted a lot. He’s always there for me, in little ways and big ways. We moved this year and had a lot of stress and many decisions to make throughout the packing process. Throughout it all he stayed even keeled and although he didn’t do things as fast as I wanted, it all got done! I dearly love him and I know I really depend on him. And so, this Thanksgiving I’m very thankful for Him!

  63. Happy thanks giving to all my American friends, as I write this comment the sun is coming up here in New Zealand on a lovely spring morning and I give thanks that all my friends and family, who have just experience another large earthquake, are all safe and well. I love these flower fabrics and only wish that I had more time to be able to put some quilts together for those in Kaikoura who are not able to sleep in their homes. With the earth intent on reshaping itself I have mad a holiday resolution to bust my stash over the holiday season and make a stockpile of quilts to have on hand for future giving. Oh such lovely fabrics coming our way this year.

  64. I am thankful for my husband. Since last Nov he has had three surgeries (two leg, one cancer), a broken leg, torn rotator cup; and seems to be doing fine. Best of all the doctors agree.

  65. Thankful for my grandchildren who bring joy to my life just by sitting beside me! Thankful for the moments that Mom remembers me and the times she smiles with me. Thankful for my patient husband without whom I could not take care of my mother. Thankful for my caring and thoughtful children and their spouses. thankful for a caring support staff. And thankful for God giving the ability to love to the world. Too bad we don’t use it enough!

  66. I am so thankful for my wonderful husband who understands me so well especially when I would rather sew than cook ;o)

  67. I am very thankful for the wonderful relationship I have with my daughter. Thankful for my ongoing gift from my late father. Thankful for my grandchildren and their parents.

  68. I am thankful for my family. I have had some huge health challenges in the past year and they have been here for me every step of the way. They have held my hand, wiped my tears, taken care of all my responsibilities, and loved me with all their hearts. My heart runs over with thankfulness for them.

  69. So thankful that Moda designers keep coming up with beautiful fabrics for us to use! These new flower lines are SO lovely.

  70. I am thankful,for what I have now. 15 Thanksgivings ago, my family and I were broken and felt lost we had lost our son, brother and grandchild (Joshua) at the WTC on September 11th. Unable to gatgervhevwhere with all to prepare our own dinner, all of us(6) were graciously asked to dinner with friends.

    When each of us were asked to state for what we were thankful, our hosts gently allowed us to be last after their son announced he was thankful for Jaoan( intendo came from Japan). After we all laughed and relaxed, we all found something to be thankful for.

    I am so thankful for the friends who were not frightened away from our grief. I am thankful that our family has grown to include 3 daughters(in law) one boyfriend, 2 grnd-daughters and one more arriving soon! I am especially happy to be able to share with others.

  71. I’m thankful for my family, for all the joy they bring and the unconditional love and support they give to my husband and I. Also thanks for all the beautiful flowers, I’ve missed being able to find lovely floral prints like these.

  72. Those are wonderful fabrics – just beautiful!! I’m thankful for another a year of relatively good health for my family, including the quilting cats who assist me. I’m also grateful for the time I have to spend creating with gorgeous fabrics like these.

  73. I am so thankful that my family is happy and healthy. I am also thankful for our two new kitty family members whose names are Mike and Monster. I am also thankful that Mike and Monster haven’t yet destroyed quite EVERYTHING in our house, although they are working hard at it! I think a Christmas tree is going to be problematic this year….ha!

  74. I’m thankful for my family and totally happy that the eye surgery my dad had today went well and everything is okay with him.

  75. Beautiful collections. I too am partial to lawn for garments that are easy care, lightweight, and feel great. So I’m grateful for cotton lawn and many other things an people too.

  76. I’m thankful for so many things this year–a new great granddaughter who was born early but is doing well, my loving family, our opportunity to spend the winter in Florida, and so much more. I love all the flower fabrics and would be grateful if I was lucky enough to win.

  77. I am thankful for my 94-year-old mother who is still with us, for my children and my sister, and for the baby boy that will be joining our family when my granddaughter gives birth in February. I am also thankful for the beautiful planet we have the privilege of inhabiting and I am thankful to begin each day recognizing our bountiful blessings.

  78. I’m thankful that my grandchildren get to know my grandmother! She’s 97 and moved in with us this year. I take care of her, and my youngest grandson. We will all be at the table for Thanksgiving!

  79. This year has been a challenge in many ways. I am thankful my wonderful husband made it through a health crisis and my 88 year old Mom keeps going along despite health issues. I am thankful for family, supportive friends and my quilting group. Stay in the sunshine and enjoy life!

  80. Every morning i get up and think how lucky I am to live in such a wonderful country where we should all be thankful for what we have. I’m so very thankful for my family and friends.

  81. My husband just been diagnosed with Parkinson’s and so I am so thankful for him. When you are faced with something like that, it makes you stop and realize what’s really important. I am also thankful for my children, grandchildren and my sisters. Family is so much more important than possessions and God has given me so much of both.

  82. Thankful is defined as filled with gratitude…So as I sit here thinking about all of the things I am thankful for: Time with my 12 year old before he becomes 13 and might not want to be tucked in anymore; the change of seasons as each one brings promise of something new and different; and our country, which despite the craziness many Americans portrayed this past pre and post election, I am so proud to live and be a part in this amazing country…

  83. I’m thankful for the many blessings that fill my life–friends and family. I’m also thankful to you and the Moda team who bring so much joy to the quilting world.

  84. I don’t mean to be negative but I am thankful that 2016 is almost over. As a family we have had our worst year ever and I know that 2017 will be a happier more productive year. However, I am thankful for the family we have who have made this year bearable.

  85. I am thankful for my family and friends at this wonderful time of year. And I am happy to be a member of the huge family of quilters who bring comfort, love, and besuty to so many.

  86. I am thankful for my 3-year-old kitty. We got a new puppy this year and wow! Does she make me appreciate my Polly! *wink*

  87. Most of all I am thankful for my family and all my quilting friends. So thankful for the wonderful hours spent quilting!

  88. Holy turkey! That’s a lot of flowers, and they are so beautiful, I couldn’t choose just 1! I am thankful just to be alive this Thanksgiving. Thankful for family and friends. Thankful to live in the United States. Thankful for beautiful fabrics that let me create beautiful quilts! Thanks Moda!!!!

  89. Everyone needs flowers so we don’t drown in the weeds of life. Aren’t I just so dang wise? But, seriously, all these florals are gorgeous! Now I must go sew to make room to put more fabric because I have great wants but not storage space. I am so happy because I feel so thankful for all I enjoy in my life. I spent the morning volunteering in a classroom of mostly refugee children–they are so cute and sweet I want to hug them the entire time! It’s such a good life in North America.

  90. I’m thankful to wake up everyday in good health to be near my family and enjoy life in a wonderful country. And thankful that Moda brings us such beautiful fabrics and designers!

  91. Dealing with health challenges over the past year makes me very thankful for my family and all they have helped with. Being able to gather for the holidays to share all the love and memories means so much. I am also so thankful for the love of quilting as it has kept me strong, I don’t know what I would have done if I didn’t have my machines and fabric to work with.

  92. I am thankful for my health , family and friends. I am thankful that spring is less than 120 day awayand soon the real flowers bloom. But I love all the flowers.fabric and real.

  93. I am thankful for the love of my husband, kids and grands. Grateful for all my quilt friends and the beautiful projects we make. Those new florals are gorgeous!

  94. I am sooo thankful for finally making it…again..to 2yr mark of no return of cancer!! Praises!!! 🙂 But thankful for Family, Great Friends & and just being able to Enjoy every Moment & make Heart Memories everrrrry day!! 😀 HAPPY THANKSGIVING BLESSINGS!!!

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! 🙂

  95. Such beautiful flowers! I’m thankful for my family and friends. I’m thankful that many of them share my love of beautiful fabric and quilting. I’m thankful that even though the darker days of winter seem to drag on in February there’s the promise of spring & summer coming with all those flowers and vegetables and fruit.

  96. I am so thankful for friends who have been wonderful supporting me throughout a very challenging year. I feel lucky in spite of all the difficult times I have had.

  97. Happy Thanksgiving! Besides family, friends and good health, I am thankful to have a hobby that lets me be creative and end up with something useful in the end.

  98. Thankful and feeling so BLESSED that all our family is together. We had some scares this year with our mom but she is one strong woman. So thankful, too, for many, many blessings in our lives. As each year passes I realize how important the very smallest of things are.

  99. I am thankful for my husband. He nearly died from pneumonia in 2015 and had major abdominal surgery this year. He has now recovered and I am thankful for every day with my best friend.

  100. I’m very thankful to live in America. Extra thankful for the men and women that protect us and our freedoms. Have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving! Allison C. Bayer, Plano, Texas

  101. I’m thankful for the love of family and friends, and the bounty most of us live with. And the wonderful color that fills our gardens from flowers!

  102. I am thankful that I fell in love with the quilting process in 1986 & that I am still involved in the Quilt World at the age of 79. It’s been a wonderful learning process. Most of my statsh is MODA. I’m also thankful for an understanding husband. Hope my family is thankful for all the quilts I have made them over the years.

  103. I’m so thankful I happened to watch one of Jenny Doan’s video tutorial’s on Pinterest. My life and pocketbook has never been the same.

  104. I am so thankful for my local quilt shop Stitcharie. This is where I have learned my new passion of quilting. They are always so helpful and patient. I love the variety of classes they offer, which has helped me learn a lot of new techniques.

  105. I am thankful that I am getting back to feeling better after 2 surgeries this fall. can’t wait to be able to sew again & these fabrics would be wonderful to start back up with.

  106. I am thankful that my 90 year old mother is still with me and looking forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas

  107. I am thankful for the friendship of my fellow group quilters, who keep me inspired by their projects, & who keep me laughing just when I need a lift, who give me a day away from home in their company which is wonderful to look forward to.

  108. I am thankful that I am able to sew lovely fabrics together. I was fortunate to have had a gifted mother who taught me to sew early on, and always encouraged me to create.

  109. I am ever so thankful for a good life, for family and friends I love, for freedom to express my self creatively and especially for good health.

  110. I’m thankful for the good heart of my family and friends who have been there for me at all times. I’m also thankful for the opportunity to maybe win the fabric so I can make a quilt for my best friend and daughter, whom I love unconditionally. She will love these fabrics

  111. I am SO thankful my depression is starting to lift and I am returning to a happy and positive level I haven’t felt in over 8 years, when I got sick (and recovered) and my sister got sick, but passed. (Different illnesses). I’m grateful for my family (esp my daughter and parents) and friends who got me through this tough time. I’m grateful because the future looks good, and I couldn’t say that in years. Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  112. I’m thankful for my family and 3 grandchildren. Most of all, I’m thankful for my amazing husband who has never complained when I need help and not once has he ever complained about my sewing purchases and even encourages many of them. He is happy to help by washing my fabrics as well when I get new ones and even knows to add the color catcher too. I’m very lucky to have him and my own children and their children. Nothing better than being a grandma.

  113. I am thankful for family and especially friends who understand me. For a roof over my head and my kittens who show their love-oh wait, they may just be hungry when I open the back door.

  114. First wonderful fabric. I am getting older and I realize how fragile life is so I am grateful for everyday I have on this earth with my friends and family. They are all wonderful.

  115. Thankful for so much! Thankful that I’m a cancer survivor, thankful for my family, thankful for my grandchildren and thankful for beautiful fabric and the ability to do fun things with it!

  116. thanks much for your “delicious” serving of delicious fabrics.
    Thanks so much for a fabulous family to celebrate holidays with, and of
    Course our 6 wonderful grandkids. Bless you all!’

  117. I am greatfull for my 4 years old granson have asked my to make a quilt for his bed. And he has chosen the pattern. This wonderfull fabrics would be wonderfull for that quilt because he loves flowers. Maybe mixed with some cows and a single car

  118. I am thankful for my family, health and happiness every day and of course Moda fabrics which make some totally beautiful quilts! thanks for the giveaway!

  119. I am thankful for a brand new granddaughter born on Monday and for being able to be there for her birth! It would be do much fun to make something for her out of these beautiful fabrics!

  120. Oh so pretty ! I am thankful for my beautiful family, garderns, good health, my dog, my machine and my fabric

  121. The fabric collections are spectacular! There are so many things I am thankful for, but I am especially thankful to be able to escape to my “quilting cave” when life gets crazy and starts coming apart at the seams!

  122. thankful that Moda is still making beautiful fabrics that i love!
    AND that you’re blogging about them!

  123. I am thankful for family and friends. I am also thankful for the wonderful world of quilting and all who participate – Moda and the Cutting table is always so inspirational. Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving!

  124. I am so blessed and thankful for my life. My wonderful husband and I just celebrated our 42nd anniversary yesterday. My daughter, son in law and 4year old grandson who are here for Thanksgiving, a job I love, my friends and family, those that quilt and those that haven’t caught the “quilting bug” yet! Enough to meet my needs with a little left over to share with those a little less fortunate.

  125. There are so many things of which to be thankful for me. My family, my sister living with my mom, my friends, especially the quilty ones, my irrepressible granddog, being retired, and so on. I’m also thankful for the great bloggers who put their ideas out there for all of us. The inspiration continues!

  126. I am thankful for a wonderful husband, two beautiful children, a wonderful community of friends and extended family (including my Sunday Quilt Group friends that I’ve been sewing and socializing with for almost 20 years).

  127. I am thankful for exiting out of politics after the primary and for all of the wonderful time that I have spent with my family as a result. Thankful that I have not only started quilting projects, but I have actually finished some as well! I am also thankful that I have a simple job opening a gym, where I am paid to great members as I work on handsewing. I mean really- what quilter could be in a bad mood while handsewing and being paid to smile at people and say hello???

  128. I am thankful for the 28 years my son Timothy blessed my life and for those who help keep his memory alive each and every day:)

  129. God’s love. My husband, my children and my home. The gift of life and health given to me by my kidney angel donor. My career as an operating room RN. Learning everything I can in the world of sewing and in giving hand made.

  130. Like everyone else, I am thankful for my family….my three lovely sons and their beautiful wives…and for my continued good health. I am also thankful for the good fortune that let me be born in a country like Canada….where I gave thanks last month 🙂

  131. I am grateful for my heritage. Because my grandparents sought a better life for their families, I enjoy many blessings today. Sakura is emblematic of my heritage.

  132. As always, thankful for friends and family and my wonderful fur-child Max who keeps my lap warm on these cooler November days. Also very thankful for the designers who come up with the gorgeous new fabrics you feature!

  133. I’m thankful for family … and for the boys who have found a way for us all to be together this year – at Thanksmas! And thank YOU for this generous giveaway!

  134. I’m thankful that my Rheumatoid Arthritis is under good control and I have the dexterity to continue my favorite applique quilting.

  135. I am thankful for family, and to especially have them together for Thanksgiving…including my 99 year old mother in law.

  136. I am thankful to have friends and family who let me clutter the front room with my quilting projects because they know how much it means to me and they also know the dining room is the best place in the house to sew. They also know that I will pick it all up and put it away in time for Thanksgiving dinner. Their love and support means the world to me.

  137. Mostly I am thankful for my wonderful family and dear friends. I am blessed beyond words. Then, I am thankful I have a sewing room where I can be creative and close the door if I don’t feel like cleaning it. All these fabrics are lovely but I am especially drawn to Sakura, so pretty.

  138. I’m thankful I just finished another beautiful quilt and looking forward to seeing these beautiful florals in shops soon…I just love Moda!

  139. Today I am thankful that my husband was released from hospital once again and living with a terminal disease that is truly a blessing.

  140. I’m thankful for my husband, pets, church family, and health, and for the chance to win some beautiful fabric. Can’t wait for those lawns- I love them.

  141. I’m thankful that my parents (who are in their late 80s) are still with us and will enjoy a turkey feast with my brother, for my wonderful husband, family and friends, my darling pups, good jobs, a comfortable home, quilting, and that I’m welcome at the home of my husband’s ex-wife and husband where we will be sharing a Thanksgiving meal so we can all be with their younger daughter and her husband (they will only be home for a short visit and it is so much easier to share the time). His ex-wife is a quilter also and really nice (I’m blessed). Thank you for the chance to win.

  142. Thankful for God’s Spirit alive in my heart so I can be a blessing to someone and to understand to be truly thankful for the beautiful blessings He gives to all who will look for them in unexpected places.

  143. I’m thankful for my husbands improved health. Two and half years ago he was diagnosed with cancer, multiple myeloma to be exact. It is not curable. He has had lots of treatments and a stem cell transplant (extremely hard on patient but necessary to save his life). He has slowly been gaining his health. His cancer is still there but it’s behaving itself right now. Sewing has been my life saver. I’m happy to be home with him…cuz I have my projects. Thanks for this amazing offer.

  144. I am so very thankful for my amazing family! They are my favorite people and I love that I get to be with them every day!

  145. I am thankful for my family (especially my year old grandson), friends, a “little” hobby called quilting,
    and giveaways like this one. Thanks!

  146. I’m thankful for each and every day of life – the good days, the bad days, and all of the other days in between!

  147. I am thankful for the health and happiness of all my children and grandchildren. I’ve learned this year after losing my job after 17 years how much I missed and how much more important they are. These fabrics are gorgeous will make a beautiful new memory.

  148. I am thankful for life and family both of which the Lord has given me. And thank you for the opportunity to win, the fabrics are wonderful.

  149. I am thankful for my husband and two wonderful boys, both of them students, for my mother and sister and for the soon-to-be daughter-in-law.

  150. I’m thankful you do giveaways. I’m thankful Poppy Mae is soooooo beautiful and would be grateful to win it. Happy to share the other fabrics with other entrants. Thank you!

  151. I am thankful for all of the people who love me, and who have supported me since I lost my husband early this year. I am thankful for the other widows who shared their stories and coping techniques with me. And I am thankful for my quilting friends, who helped steer me back to the present, encouraging me to remember to be creative daily.

  152. Im thankful for all the many blessings God has given to me and for my wonderful family and i am thankful for fabric… lots and lots of beautiful fabric! 🙂

  153. I am thankful for that God has given to me and my family, the ability to see all these beautiful fabrics that I can see. That I am still able to sew – and maybe use these fabrics LOL, and that I can sew for my family and my community. Thank you for the very nice give away.

  154. Thankful to be alive after beating cancer twice in one year! Grateful for such supportive family and friends.

  155. My husband’s good health and upbeat spirit after a long bout with cancer is a blessing for me this Thanksgiving. I’m also thankful that quilting was a skill that helped my anxiety while he was ill. Thank you, Carrie for the beautiful colors in your post. clara-chandler@att.net

  156. I’m grateful to live in a beautiful community that inspires me everyday. I love florals & have never used layer cakes–looks like fun!

  157. I am thankful for every day that I wake up! I am grateful for a good job that enables me to have a little extra cash to indulge in my hobbies of sewing, quilting, knitting and such. I love the new poppy fabric. Thanks, Moda and Carrie for the opportunity to win. 🙂

  158. Very thankful for all the cottons we get to choose from. When I started quilting in the late 60s there was NOTHING to choose from.

  159. I am thankful for being able to connect with my first bestie of childhood. It has been a wonderful opportunity to reignite my inner child. I have two quilts planned and started for my besties 2 sons. I am so excited. Thanks to Moda for having wonderful products and project ideas. I cant get enough.

  160. I am having a problem trying to subscribe to your newsletter it keeps saying that i opted out of receiving emails from you but i did not opt out! How do i fix this? Please help!!

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