Thursday, July 23, 2009

Turnover~ Giveaway


Update: #71 Jenny and the Princess Peonies wins!!
Let Corrie know your pick of turnovers!
See you next Thursday!

Because we love quick, cute and easy.....
we've chosen to feature Jodi and her newest
Moda Bake Shop Recipe!!


Christmas Table Ensemble
It's like 3 gifts in one little package!


Giveaway today is One Package of Turnovers.
Tell me more about Turnovers, you ask?
Okay.

A turnover is a pack of 80 (you only need 72 for the project) triangles that are 6" on the short sides.

They are cut & packaged from the Moda factory.

Join 2 triangles with a 1/4" seam allowance to make a half square triangle block that gives you an unfinished 5.5" square. Designed to go perfectly with the Moda 5" Charm Squares.

80 triangles = 40 squares


There are several flavors to test out.......Gobble Gobble, Aviary, Basket of Friendship, Shirtings, Glace, Figgy Pudding.....etc.

Pick a friend or 3, (or me) and start sewing for her/him today!

Tell a friend about the giveaway and maybe they'll win it and make it for YOU!!
All comments will be eligible for the
Random Drawing later tonight.


Thanks Jodi for the great inspiration!
Project photos courtesy of Jodi.

109 comments:

  1. I'd love to be added. Thank you

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  2. I would love to sew with you two gals! What a hoot that would be, do ya think we would get any sewing done??? I have never tried these turnovers but I am willing to give 'em a go. Deciding which print would be the tough part.

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  3. Very cute, I would love a pack in Aviary.

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  4. I have yet to try the turnovers, but Jodi's project looks like so much fun to make. and super cute too!

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  5. Hi! I'd love to win your FIGGY PUDDING print! Hope I win!
    Aloha,
    Leona

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  6. You are so kind in giving the turnover as a giveaway. I just love the new precut bundles being offered now.

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  7. I've tried other pre-cuts but not the turnovers yet. Jodi's pattern is a great way to start.

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  8. These look like so much fun to use!

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  9. I wish my LQS would stock some of these, but they never have any precuts. These look like so much fun and half the work.

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  10. Pretty, Pretty, Pretty! I was just thinking about what fabric I would have to cut up but your give-away has saved me the trouble! I think I will have to make it for my Grandma for Christmas, she loves this kind of stuff.

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  11. I am trying to lose weight but I think this turnover just might do the trick....also...got the pattern, posted about it on my blog.

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  12. Cute!!
    I'd love some figgy pudding triangles :-D

    Contact:librosfera at gmail dot com

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  13. These look so great! Thank you so much for the chance to win one! They all look awesome!! I'd love to try some precuts!

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  14. I can't wait to try out these turnovers! I'm not exatly swift in my quilt making... maybe this will help speed it up!

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  15. Looks "delicious"! Throw my name into the mix! Thanks,

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  16. Oh how neat! I have not seen the turnovers for sale yet. I would love a set in Shirtings! That would make a great pillowcover for my military buddy.

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  17. cool!! i am off to link on my blog!! thanks. i have been wanting so bad to try turnovers! maybe this will be my chance

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  18. I would to try this out! I have never made a quilt like that before, but they are so beautiful!!

    Shawna

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  19. I've always been afraid to take on triangles but maybe this is fate saying "jump in!". Everything Moda makes is so nice!

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  20. I loved those projects when I first saw the post on Moda Bake Shop. So, I love this giveaway! :-) Thanks for another great one.

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  21. Count me in! I'd love to play with some Christmas turnovers - now my mouth is watering!

    ltenhage@gmail.com

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  22. I have yet to buy any turnovers, but would love to get my hands on some! Thanks for the giveaway. The tutorial looks really easy!
    Jenny
    Krousegirl2 at aol dot com

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  23. I am fairly new to quilting and have yet to use any precuts and would love to try that!!

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  24. I have never tried the turnovers and would love the chance now. I love the items Jodi made - so fresh and pretty! Please, count me in!! :)

    orr20004@msn.com

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  25. I have been wanting to get some turnovers, they look fun!

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  26. I am completely smitten with figgy pudding and jodi's designs!!
    I'd be honoured to win a "turnover" so I could "turn out" a table runner and "turn it over" to someone else :)

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  27. I never knew a turnover could do so many things, and now to find out they are the same size as a charm square, those people at Moda sure know their stuff. thank you for the chance!

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  28. I haven't eaten a turnover in years. These I have yet to try. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  29. Great giveaway again! Thanks for the chance.

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  30. hello, these look yummy!! I would love to own a turnover. Happy days.

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  31. I have always been a little intimidated by triangles, but maybe this is just what I need to get started!

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  32. I LOVE half square triangles and am already thinking about making a pillow like the photo. Plus, I can't get any of those turnovers where I live. Great idea!
    Kolleen
    kqueenbea@yahoo.com

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  33. thanks for adding me! these look so yummy!!

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  34. I saw Jodie's post and was in love with the pattern. I have been admiring the figgy pudding line for a while now. It would be great to put these together. Thanks for a chance to win some.

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  35. I'm just finishing my first quilt and would love to have some turnovers to start on another.

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  36. I've always wanted to try these. So I guess if I win, it's the perfect opportunity! (Especially if it happens to be Glace.)

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  37. Yummy, I love turnovers! Please include me in the drawing!

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  38. Pretty and zero calories, right?

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  39. I've had my fair share of charm packs, but never a Turnover! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  40. I have never done anything with triangles before (too scared) but this cute project has me tempted, and is doesn't look too hard. As always thanks for cheering up my Thursday.
    spackattak7(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  41. I have never tried turnovers...this sounds like a good opportunity to give it a go! :) Thanks.

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  42. wow! A turnover in figgy pudding would be to die for! and how cute would that pattern be made with that? I am drooling already!

    cliffandrobinand2monsters at yahoo dot com

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  43. I have never tried any of the pre-cuts. I love triangles and it would be fun to use the turnovers. Can't really decide which I would choose, but I'm still needing to make that table runner for my mom (that I talk about most every give away!! LOL).

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  44. Thanks for a great giveaway again! I'd love to win this. I'm fairly new to quilting and I've never tried anything with triangles. I think this would be a great way to start. Oh, and I'd definitely make a that quilt and give it to my mom. Or maybe my best friend of 25+ years.

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  45. These are just so-o-o-o cute!! I just might have to get myself some even if I don't win the giveaway!

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  46. Yum, turnovers! Love the pattern that Jodi came up with too.

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  47. If I don't have to cut those dang triangles I'd be lots happier! And maybe I'd actually do a project with triangles.

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  48. I would love some turnovers. So cute and I haven't used these yet. Jodi's project is adorable....

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  49. The "Gobble Gobble" is so autumn or the "Glace" is lovely too, ah let's face it they're all gorgeous.
    Carolyn*

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  50. Turnovers...how could you go wrong. It's so much more fun to quilt when your fabric has fun names :)

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  51. I am in {love} with the aviary line right now! Thanks!!

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  52. sew stinkin cute!!! I want one :)

    candy at afconnect dot com

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  53. I would love to try the Aviary pack. Thanks for the chance to win. Awsome giveaway.

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  54. Oh, what a sweet treat! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Brina
    blrohloff at aol dot com

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  55. Those look like so much fun! Would love to win to try them out. THanks!

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  56. They sure do look tempting and so does Jodi's project! Add my name into the draw!

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  57. Yum, no calorie Turnovers. Count me in.
    skeeler@hughes.net

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  58. I've never worked much with pre-cuts. These would be such a great way to make a quick project or two! Thanks for the giveaway :-)

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  59. How darling! Fingers crossed as always.

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  60. Beautiful project!!! Would love to win.
    ggail1@aol.com

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  61. Put my name in the pot, if I win it will be a first. The turnovers look delicious!

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  62. What fun little packages of fabric - I don't think our local shop carries these yet.

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  63. I have not used any turnovers yet, cute projects!

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  64. I have not purchased a Turnover yet, hopefully I'll win yours! some of these new lines are sure great! Jodi did a good one there, didn't she.

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  65. Ahh... Moda. My favorite guilty pleasure food and fabric together... turnovers, honey buns, jelly rolls... yummmmmm...

    I am having a figgy pudding giveaway at my blog, too, by the way....

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  66. I would love to try turnovers...Aviary would be wonderful! johnsonkatz@hotmail.com

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  67. I cannot believe it's been so long sice I have entered one of your giveaways, Ihave been missing out.
    I made time today and would like an entry please. Thanks a bunch

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  68. Oh boy, I love Basket of Friendship and Aviary. Thanks for the chance.
    ~Tootles!

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  69. I need this. Truly. Thanks for dropping by my blog. Maybe someday I will update it. I am giving myself a week to morn.

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  70. I've been wanting to try out these cuts. I've seen a few cute patterns for them. Plus I think they would be really easy to make a simple block with.

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  71. I haven't tried the turnovers yet and would love to do Jodi's project. I especially like the Figgy Pudding line (hint hint).

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  72. I love Jodi's new project, too, and have not yet bought or worked with turnovers. I am now convinced that I would probably enjoy working with them and creating some lovelies like Jodi did!

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  73. Oh yes, I'll start sewing Jodi's great ideas as soon as I win my Turnover!!

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  74. I LOVE this project, and will definitely be making some as gifts this year!

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  75. What a sweet giveaway this week! It would be hard to choose one!

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  76. I've never heard of the turnovers. Of course, I love the ones you eat from McD's. Thanks.

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  77. I'd love to win. I haven't done much with triangles so this would be a perfect way to get on the bandwagon!

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  78. As if they didn't make quilting easy enough with honey buns and charm packs, now they're cutting triangles for us! Yay! Crossing my fingers!

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  79. The dress in below post is incredible!! I'd love to think I'd really make something for Christmas if I won something!!
    jllbarron@yahoo.com

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  80. I hope you girls are doing well! Have a beautiful day!

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  81. Those people at Moda have done it again! What a brilliant idea. This is the first time I've seen turnovers, so smart. I'd love these in Basket of Friendship. Thank you for offering yet again such a wonderful giveaway.

    Christina
    cmatthies[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  82. I love turnovers...apple is my favorite!! I saw that on the Moda bake shop and have never worked with triangles, so that would be getting outside my "box" a little! Thanks ladies!

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  83. I LOVE half-square triangles, and these turnovers would make them so fast and easy to zip, zip, zip.

    BTW, how was Corrie's birthday? Has she had it yet, or is it still coming up? What did you get her? (Of course, don't tell if it's not past her bday yet!)

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  84. Looks like fun, love to be added!

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  85. These are awesome!

    Stephanie@eyeballgirl.com

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  86. How fun - glad I had time to catch up on your blog today!

    Karen G.

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  87. I'd love to win these turnovers. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

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  88. It looks so great. It would have been so fun to tried to work with Turnover. I would love to be a part of your giveaway.

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  89. Mmmm, delish! I need to use more triangles in my projects! I love Aviary the best!

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  90. I'd love to be entered in the drawing if I'm not too late!!! :-)

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  91. Ooohhh, I saw this project on the bake shop and thought it looked fun. I would love to be entered...and this time I will be sure to leave my email. :) Thanks so much!
    sammiranda65@yahoo.com

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  92. i adore the Aviary and i am starting to really dig the Figgy Pudding. but the Figgy Pudding would be gorgeous in this pattern.

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  93. I have not make a project with the turnovers and would love to try the them!! I so enjoy working with the pre-cut moda fabrics and just love the fabric choices/colors. Please include me in your generous giveway/drawing =)

    Thanks bunches!!!

    lanettehill@yahoo.com
    Tataville.blogspot.com

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  94. Oh how I would love to having a sewing day with my quilting girlfriend. I have never tried these turnovers but would love the chance to do it.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  95. I would love to try out a turnover! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  96. i have never sewn with these turnovers, heck i haven't really made triangles .. this seems like an easy enough project to give it a shot .. karen ca

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  97. Would love a chance to win these turnovers :) Thanks for a great giveaway !

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  98. I am looking for a new quilting project! this looks oh so fun!

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  99. I havn't tried the turnovers yet... thanks for the chance to win
    anne molino at hotmail dot com!!

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  100. Please include me in the giveaway. I'd love to win. I've not tried the turnover yet but would love to try. I've used the jelly rolls many times.

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  101. I have a pack of turnovers sitting here that I have NO idea what to do with. Loving this pattern! Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

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  102. I LOVE turnovers! Get straight to the sewing, works for me!

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  103. I haven't ever used turnovers but would love the opportunity to.

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  104. I bought some of the Glace fabrics they are so soft and romantic. I just love them. It would be fun to work with a turnover I have never tried them

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