Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Tula Pink Eden Stereo Quilt + a Fat Quarter Giveaway

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
I've got something fun to share with you today, check out this Stereo Quilt I made using Tula Pink's newest fabric line, Eden. I also used fabrics from Tula Pink's True Colors collection.

After some plotting and planning the layout and where I wanted each block to go, I started chain piecing.

There was a lot of fussy cutting that happened to make this quilt.

And there was even more fussy cutting. If you choose to make a Stereo quilt like this, you'll probably be best cutting from yardage or fat quarters rather than using the 10" squares that are the fabric requirements to make Stereo.

Perfect points matching up makes me happy.



The finished quilt top:

I used Tula Pink's Free Fall to back the quilt. Normally, I don't pre-wash my fabrics. Since this was one big piece of red fabric, I did pre-wash with Soak before I sent it off to be quilted.

I'm going to bind it in the grey lazy stripe from Tula Pink's True Colors collection.

Here it is as soon as it came home from the quilting spa, after Angela Walters worked her magic on it:

Tula Pink Free Fall was a perfect choice for the back.




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Want to make a lap size Stereo like mine? Here is what you will need. Please note that this is more than the 65 - 10" Squares listed on the pattern because of the creative fabric placement. I suggest getting FQs, 1/3 Yard cuts or 1/2 Yards cuts to do fussy cutting if you desire.







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Ready for a giveaway? One lucky winner will receive this Eden Fat Quarter bundle + my Stereo pattern.

The Rules


1. Leave ONE comment to enter. Make sure your contact info is in your profile or that you leave it in the comment.

2. In your comment tell us what project you are most looking forward to making using Eden.

3. Comment entries must be left on this blog, www.jaybirdquilts.com, to be valid. Comments sent via E-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other social media will not be counted.

4. Simple as that!!

You have till 5PM PST on Tuesday,  September 8th to enter. 

Winner will be selected by 
Good luck + thanks for stopping by today!





© Blog post written by Julie Herman
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geekwife said...

I may try to take on Stereo! Absolutely gorgeous!!

Gene Black said...

My brother told me how much he loves the disappearing nine patch quilt that I gave to my mother. I really think it was a big hint. I know that his wife would love these fabrics, so a D9P for them would be perfect.

pw said...

Love this! I have had my eye on the Stereo Quilt Pattern for some time now..just trying to get up the courage. Would love to win this pattern and fabric and make this quilt.

Aurelia Kucera said...

Very pretty. I would probably use it to make a lightweight quilt to use as a dedicated kennel cover for dog shows. My (female) dog and I compete in agility and obedience, and a bright and fun quilt like this would be perfect for her kennel.

Hildy said...

Beautiful quilt! I think I would use the tiger print as main print and arrange the other fabrics to highlight this print. Perhaps with some solids. Or I could shamelessy copy your quilt:-) Thanks for the chance to win!
hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

MaryAnn Guappone said...

Your stereo quilt is amazing. I am currently in baby quilt mode, so the Eden would be fabulous in many, many patterns.

Auraprez said...

I will have to look for the fabric. Love the fussy cutting.

KimB said...

I would make the exact same project, your Stereo quilt as it is gorgeous, a perfect combination!!
Kim.britton79@gmail.com
Thanks for chance to win

The Calico Cat said...

I know it will sound trite, but I really like that purple zig-zag, so I'd probably give stereo a try.

mamma said...

Love the Stereo pattern!

Diane Friedman said...

I am always making quilts but I think a table runner and napkins for my porch would look awesome against the green background of the yard. I have made hexi and 60 degree quilts and just find the outcome wonderful. I have never tried tula pink's fabric lines and would consider fussy cutting as this would be a first for me. thanks for the information and happy quilting!

Krissiesmom said...

Your Stereo quilt is beautiful. Think I will try it.

Jennifer said...

Love the fabric and love the pattern. I would use the stereo pattern for this bundle if I won. Thanks for the chance to win!

jennifercreech7(at)yahoo.com

megan boyd said...

I've wanted this fabric collection even since I first saw it. I had originally planned on doing a bag or something I could use every day but this quilt is amazing! Maybe I would do something like this too!!

Twila Longenberger said...

Oh my! Your quilt is beautiful and I love the graduation of colors. I've never made the stereo quilt so I would probably use the Eden fabrics to make this quilt. I also would use every little scrap because I hate to waste beautiful fabric. My email is creativequilter@usa.net

Kim said...

Your quilt is gorgeous! Love the beautiful colors and pattern.

ma40422 said...

I'd make Stero or maybe Northern Lights. Your Stero Quilt is stunning.

Mindy F said...

I can't wait to use it in my Millefiore. I love the colors. Her extra wide fabric is awesome. I want to make some clothing from it. So many choices.

Joanne M. said...

Love your patterns and Love Tula Pink fabric! I am currently working on Toes in the Sand with Tula Pink fabric...fussy cut octopus, sea shells and submarines!!, such fun! I have your Park Bench pattern and Science Fair waiting to be created so maybe I would choose one of those. The Stereo pattern is fab as well! What a dilemma! picking the right pattern for a fabric or visa versa is one of my favorite aspects of quilting!! well finishing one is pretty cool too! Would love to win this prize! Gogojojo.moore@ gmail.com

QuilterB said...

Wow- I have been eyeing this pattern! I LOVE the fabrics- Would love to win this!!!

Gwynne Bossert said...

This is one of the best Sterio quilts I've seen, but I also think it would be fun with Arcadia or park bench!

LindaBee said...

I've been wanting to make something with triangles. I have all Tula's fabric lines and haven't been able to bring myself to cut into them yet.

Cynthia Rathunde said...

I was actually trying to decide what project I wanted to work on with Eden and I believe this has won. I love Tula's fabric and your patterns, they make a perfect combo. I also would like to make some pillows with Eden.

Julie Kaye from KS said...

What a great quilt and fabric. I might have to try to copy your quilt it's so pretty. Thanks for the opportunity.

Lori in NC said...

Oh, this is GORGEOUS! I might have to make this one from Eden if I win!

Sharon - IN said...

That's easy! I'd make your Stereo Quilt with that lovely bundle of Tula Pink Eden! Your quilt is gorgeous!

April said...

The Eden fabric line would be perfect for the La Passacaglia quilt I want to start. Your Stereo quilt is gorgeous too!

Jane Hauprich said...

This quilt is stunning! I am pretty sure I would use your Stereo pattern with this fabric. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Dana Cecce said...

I would give it to my mom and she would probably make something like a tote bag another tablet case of something beautiful because she loves this fabric!

Keri Foreman said...

I have a couple of ideas for the Eden fabrics. One is a few of the blocks from the Gravity quilt, the other was Stereo, and I know Toes int he Sand! Your quilt is beautiful!

Thriftyredhead said...

Not sure what I would make but something modern. I have a couple of patterns in mind.

Kathie said...

It was amazing to see your blocks and then the completed quilt! I would try to make your quilt but without the added stress of fussy cutting. It's ver very pretty!

Patty Flynn said...

I have been making a few triangle quilts starting with 1000 pyramids. Love the way you did the gradations and woul try for that. Once again you have inspired

Dorothy Thornton said...

I love your quilt. After seeing your stereo version I would want to use the fabrics to make one for. Myself or is to make one of your park bench quilts

Andrea York said...

All the fussy cutting you did was worth it-your quilt is just gorgeous. Not sure what pattern I would use with the Eden fabrics yet, probably a HST quilt of some sort.

Samantha said...

I love the Eden line and your stereo quilt is perfect for it. I would never have guessed how wonderful they would go together. I probably would try to make the stereo quilt. Thanks for the opportunity.

Sara said...

I think I'd take on Stereo - I've been thinking about a triangle quilt as a challenge to myself and this looks beautiful! Thanks for sharing

cynthia said...

Really would enjoy making the stereo pattern in these gorgeous fabrics!

Barbara Scofield said...

This is a gorgeous Quilt! I love the colors and the pattern. I would like to use this same pattern, if I am lucky enough to win the fat quarters. Keep up the good work. scofield.barbara@gmail.com

Saira said...

Another stunner from you, You are amazing.
I would use the fabric for making Park bench or maybe stereo...any JayBird quilt pattern.
I hope I win :)
I can be contacted sairaabd@gmail.com

Lizzie Ha said...

I just got my Super Sidekick, and would love to make a gradient quilt with Eden and Super diamonds! ehalt13@sbcglobal.net

Regina Zimmermann said...

Your Eden Stereo Quilt Looks awesome. Thanks for the giveaway. I would love this bundle and I would make a Tiny Dancer or a Northern Lights Quilt. BTW are international entries welcome? Again a great quilt, can't stop looking at it. Love all your Patterns!!! Have a great day! Regina

Carol Kietzman said...

I love the colors! I would give the Eden line to my mother in law. She is my favorite quilting buddy! She would love it too! Bckietzman@gmail.com

janet elman said...

I love all your quilts. They are my colors. Would love to get the fat quarter pack and pattern.

Rebecca said...

Oh wow... the tiger face even pops out when you show the whole quilt in that one picture...
I Wanna make a quilt called Color Play..using this FQ bundle,

Nancy M. said...

Beautiful quilt. I would make Northern Lights because I already have fabric earmarked for Stereo. Thanks for this sweet giveaway.

Jasmine said...

I love your patterns and rulers! I would love to make a plus quilt.

Tubaville said...

Hmm I've been wanting to try a triangle quilt for a long time. I even have the template for it. I think your pattern would be a perfect start! I'd love to win this. Thanks for doing a give away!

mary mcdonald said...

Julie, I want to make Stereo with perfect points!

Tiffany said...

I think Tula prints are perfect for triangle quilts! The prints are so lush and detailed, it seems like it would be a shame to cut thm any smaller! I'd love to take a stab at my first triangle quilt!

Helen said...

I would love to try stereo. Love your quilt.

Helen

hl3smith@yahoo.com

everinprogress said...

Love the colours in this quilt, so awesome!I would love to make a baby quilt for our second on the way with this bundle

Ben said...

I might try a take on a Lone Star design, with large fussy-cut diamonds. Or I might just recreate your Stereo design.

Randi Leinen said...

I think you made the decision for me. Your stereo pattern is perfect for this fat quarter bundle. Thank you!

Lynda said...

I am in love with the new aeroplane bags and desperately want to make some for christmas

Stephanie Morel said...

I think they would make a great chopsticks quilt, would love to get the fabric. stefgardengirl@gmail.com

PattyRaz said...

I have been wanting to make stereo and I think True Colors is the perfect fabric for it! Love it!
pattyraz@verizon.net

Maria - Not Only Quilts said...

Wow!! The quilt is absolutely amazing! Love the color play and the just amazing fuzzy cutting! <3

I've been eyeing Toes in the Sand for a while so I think I might make that with Eden should I win =D

Lisa said...

Not sure there would be a better pattern than Stereo to use this FQ Bundle!

Kath said...

What a beautiful quilt! I love it. I'd definitely use both Eden and Stereo to make a quilt like yours if I won the bundle (if only my quilt would be half as nice I'd be happy). Thanks for being so generous. ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

PattyRaz said...

I have been wanting to make stereo and I think Eden is the perfect fabric for it! Love it!
pattyraz@verizon.net

Paula said...

Love your quilt! Tula pink fabrics are wonderful! Would probably make a throw for my sofa to brighten up my living room.
sewystuff at gmail

Lori V said...

Such gorgeous colors! I have been wanting to do something with triangles. Thanks for your generosity!

Lotte Van Der Linden said...

I would use thesethis bundle for a quilt with large hexagons to show off the design of the fabric.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Once again you have used fabric perfectly. Why would I change a thing! This quilt is beautiful and I would love to have one of my own. Thanks

Renae Koehn said...

I'm not sure what quilt pattern I would make as there are so many I want to sew! Love these fabrics and pattern! renae1225@gmail.com

Jessica said...

I've been wanting to make a "rainbow" quilt with Tula's fabric, but now I want to make Stereo. Those triangles are perfect!

Allison Ramsing said...

Beautiful quilt, Julie! I'm most looking forward to getting back into quilting again and would love to win these beautiful fabrics!

Charlotte said...

Would love to do Stereo!!!

Cindy said...

Gorgeous! I'd love to make a Tula quilt! Maybe her Snow Globes pattern. Or your Night Sky.

Unknown said...

I love this Stereo Quilt! I would make it with the same Tula fabrics! This is stunning!!! Michelle.allison.roche@gmail.com

RCWfamily said...

I wonder what the gravity quilt would look like in these colors?? I would maybe have to try that and see!

cwhelan at williamwoods dot edu

Alice said...

Your quilt is fantastic! I have your rulers but haven't used them yet so any project would be great. I am gathering fabrics for the Milliefiore quilt and these fabrics would be perfect for that. You have just a great sense of color and balance. I look forward to your next projects. aborge2000@gmail.com

Dianna Skillen said...

I would make more minis to decorate my sewing room walls. Sorry, pinched that idea from you :)

Rachel said...

I'm playing around with blocks from gravity in different setting arrangements, and I think Eden would fit in just perfectly. Randomly choose me, and we can find out ; )

Cindy Rich said...

I love these fabrics! I have plans for a rainbow winding paths quilt. . .

Amy Harward said...

This might be my favorite line from Tula yet! I was talking to my girls the other night about making them some butterfly quilts and this fabric would go perfectly with that theme!

Laura Hegle said...

Great use of a wonderful fabric line with your pattern, love it!

Lennea Heymer said...

I would go ahead and make "Stereo". I really like how yours turned out. Thank you for the great opportunity.

Shauna said...

I have had my eye on Eden for a while, I want to do a quilt for my bed with it. I love love the colors. I'm not sure the pattern, I just know I want it on my bed.

Dionne Matthies-Buban said...

Triangles are the new hexie!

Andrea R said...

My favourite fabric designer AND my favourite pattern designer?? I haven't had a chance to even pre-order Eden yet and Stereo is one of the few patterns I don't have yet.

The Hojnackes said...

I am looking forward to the Eden line to make some bags and a quilt.

Marion Stuart said...

I love your quilt and the new fabrics, would love to make it,

bee said...

i'd love to use it with Stereo. there would probably be less fussy cutting though.

Katie Canfield said...

I'm looking forward to making a Nikki Tote with the purple tiger fabric for my sister!!! Thanks! mussergirl@yahoo.com

Lindsay Rodems said...

I am working on a triangle quilt right now, I wish my points were so perfect, what is the secret?!

Kathy MacKie said...

No point in messing with perfection so I'd make Stereo, thanks for the chance to win. dkmackie@shaw.ca

Regina said...

Stereo - I have been eyeing this pattern for a while and love how it works up in these fabrics.

Emily Tarsha said...

Well, I would attempt to make that quilt of course! It would be like completing a dare. Lovely fabric for that pattern!

Lori K said...

A quilt! With squares!

Caitlin said...

Love the pattern and the fabric!

Lisa Marie said...

Apparently I have been living under a rock because I haven't seen Eden before! It is so gorgeous and now that I know about it I would love to make a lap quilt from it. Wouldn't someone be thrilled to get that as a Christmas gift ?!?!

Myra @ Busy Hands Quilts said...

I think Stereo is the perfect choice for Eden! Yours looks great! There would also be enough to make another lap quilt as well.

Allison CB said...

Stereo would make a beautiful quilt (for me!!) :)
mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

Cappy said...

I would love to make your Stereo pattern out of Eden as I adore your quilt!
carolputnam22@gmail.com

Laura said...

I'd like to use Eden for a Come What May quilt, or one of the quilts from your Skip the Borders book.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

This is so stunning. I totally want to recreate this! It looks 3 dimensional! I also want to make a tote out of Eden for my daughter featuring the tiger. she's obsessed with tigers and who doesn't want a purple tiger??

vkh6210 said...

Gorgeous colors made for a beautiful quilt! Absolutely love it. Thank you for a great giveaway. Who wouldn't love to win this bundle!! vkh6210@gmail.com

Lisa Boyer said...

Maybe Bento Box? Or a Kaleidoscope quilt. Sure love your Stereo, though, and the big triangles really show off the fabric. So many possibilities.

Diane Kinney said...

Love Stereo! I just finished quilting one I did from Moda Block Party. Finishing the binding in the next couple of days and will post. I'm hoping to teach a class on Stereo at my LQS in October!

tac73 said...

Your Stereo quilt looks amazing in this fabric! I might try Tiny Dancer in it.

sandrajstone said...

Love this! Why would I change a thing? Hope to win this generous giveaway

Shelaghry said...

Lovely giveaway, I've always been meaning to do a lotus quilt so this would be an excellent opportunity to do it.

Martina said...

Just beautiful! I might perhaps use it to make a hexagon quilt, but I really love stereo, so hard to say now!Lol!

pjVA said...

Delight, stereo or maybe an enlarged version of Candy Dish.

BFromM said...

I would try a stereo quilt, too! It's gorgeous, and I love all the fussy cutting that you did.

karenf said...

what a great combination of your pattern and the Eden fabrics. Worth the fussy cutting. I would use the Eden in my millefiore quilt. I already have some of Tula's oh deer in there. These colors would go great and offer great fussy's + go withs.

Melissa said...

I think I'd like to make this same quilt! It looks amazing!

Z Any Mouse said...

So gorgeous! I have yet to make your Park Bench BOM. I have everything but the fabric, and some Tula would be a perfect match. Thanks for the giveaway!

Regina said...

Some EPP is in my future. Eden would work fabulously. Love you and your quilt.

dungeonquilter said...

Trying again to leave a comment. had an error last time.
I love your Stereo pattern. I would give that a try with some additions from my stash.

Sylvia said...

I like the way you grouped the colors!

Terry said...

Love that quilt!!! I have your Park Bench pattern and would use it for that. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!
cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

Laura said...

I love the lion in there.

I'm in baby quilt making mode, so I'd make a couple of them with this bundle. Thanks for the chance!

Sue said...

So cool! Love the fussy cutting!!

kris said...

I want to make Tula's space dust quilt with this fabric. It is so beautiful!

Emily Breclaw said...

Beautiful quilt!! I'd make something that uses lots of fussy cutting on those wonderful prints. The timing of your post was serendipity-- I was just looking to order some wide backing fabric, and wrote off that free fall because it looked like a tiny print in the online photo. Now that I see it life-size on your quilt, I may just have to go back and get some. . . Thanks!!

Lynne Shandley said...

Great quilt! I think Eden looks great in Stereo but would also be fun in Lotus or Chopsticks. It needs some space to show off the lovely prints. I would also do a mod/floating picture frame type quilt with Eden.
BTW I am finally about to start quilting my hexie quilt from the ORBC quiltalong over five years ago!

Joan said...

Beautiful fabric! I would use the Stereo design to make a quilt. Thank you for this generous giveaway.

Kathleen Ely said...

I would use the fabric to make the quilt from the pattern because I love them both and it would be just in time to give to my granddaughter due on my sixtieth birthday, November 6'

Karen H said...

I love Eden! Right now, I am working on Tula Pink's City sampler. It would be fun to incorporate some Eden in that. I also love your Stereo quilt, the fabrics look perfect in it. I might need to make one of those with Eden, too. Thanks for the chance to win.

jabeybaby said...

Beautiful quilt! I am looking forward to making a quilt with Eden, I just haven't decided on a pattern, love this one though!

Jill said...

I would love to make Science Fair, I am hooked on that pattern!

Amanda S. said...

Awesome colors and love the pattern!

Tara Sinkinson said...

I would love to try one of your BOM books that I've picked up on this - I could see the hexagons happening here.

Laura McFall said...

I would probably make this quilt, as it is beautiful and I love triangles.

Sue in Scottsdale, AZ said...

I would probably make Stereo. It is a great looking quilt and the fabric is fantastic.
sue@asdfwordpro.com

Liz said...

I think it'd be fun to make a 'round the world' quilt with this fabric. Looks great, love your fussy cuts!

Charlotte Key said...

Stereo looks like great fun as are all of Julie's patterns, this fabric would be fun to use. Thank you for the chance to win.

Tina said...

I love the Tigers in this line and will definitely fussy cut them out. I'd like to make another peaks and valleys quilt that Tula Pink designed, although your gravity pattern is calling to me too.

Janine said...

I would LOVE to make either Ballerina or Tiny Dancer. Love these fabrics.

Karen M said...

Lovely!Eden is my "new favorite" I will probably make a ton of snuggly quilts first (and some cute clothes for the girls too).I would definitely use Eden to make the Stereo quilt pattern. What a wonderful design! Thank you for the chance to win! :)kdmathiesondesigns(at)gmail(dot)com

mypiecedlife.com said...

Your quilt is gorgeous!! I would love to win!! The Eden line would look great in any of your patterns.

Julie Zeigler said...

Wowsers! I love the fabric and pattern,so I definitely want to try the Stereo! I don't think I would do all the fussy cutting you did though, I just don't have that much patience! I have to tell you that I have the hexies and more ruler and I love it! Fun!

Pat said...

I would love to make the Stero quilt, of course. I is lovely.

Marcypap said...

I would use this fabric to make a table runner!

Andrée Bergeron said...

I would make a disco quilt. Stereo is beautiful too!

GO STARS! said...

I think Snack Time or Disco would be beautiful in these fabrics.

Journey in Reading said...

I LOVE the Stereo quilt pattern!
And I LOVE Tula Pink fabrics!
What an awesome combination!!!!

Audrey said...

gorgeous I would love to see snack time in this line

Belva said...

I think nightsky or seaside would be great with Eden fabric. I can't wait to try both.

audrey said...

I want to make a bag with the tiger print for sure. Because OMG, how could I not??? :)

Patty Newton said...

I've been wanting to make stereo! Colors are gorgeous!

carol mcnab said...

I think that Stereo quilt would be great to make with that fabric. Love the look.

Nana_Di said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Would love to try making one. Colours are amazing!

Marti M said...

Thank you for the give away. I would use your pattern Stereo, love the look!

Lynn said...

I've been wanting to make a quilt with triangles so if I'm lucky enough to win, I would make the Stereo quilt! My granddaughter wants a new quilt so this would be perfect!

jt56 said...

I've been longing to make a Triangle Quilt and these fabrics and Stereo Pattern look perfect! A fantastic combination. Thanks for the chance to enter.

Robin said...

My colors. I would make the butterfly quilt now that I have the pattern.

Sharon T said...

Oh my...i would make Sterio, too! Stunning!

Anita said...

Gorgeous fabrics! I would like to make a triangle lap quilt with the bundle.

Penny said...

I'd love to make it in the Stereo pattern or your chopsticks pattern. Love the colors. Have your rulers and wanting to make more quilts with them.

ME said...

I'm working on The New Hexagon Millefiori quilt-a-long. I have bits of Tula Pink from Parisville to True Colors in it already, and am so excited to add some Eden!

Kelli Green said...

Omg this is what I've been looking for! I've been wanting to get into quilting as we have a cottage that needs seriously renos! Love these colours. I'm loving the triangle pattern and would be attempting that!

Amy said...

Love this pattern and Tula's new line. I would like to make Chopsticks out of her pattern, and try a little fussy cutting in those triangles too.

Miss Lee said...

Your fussy cutting is really amazing!!! Beautiful quilt as usual.

Janet Sabol said...

The Tula Pink version of Stereo is gorgeous! I'd love to work with these prints and do the fussy cutting. Hope I win!

GeeMa said...

I'd like to use these fabrics to make Fast Forward. It's such a fun quilt!
janbland@bellsouth.net

Linda said...

Would use Eden for a tumbler quilt with solids. Thanks for this generous giveaway.
lbcookie1@gmail.com

Kathy said...

A quilt for my bed - wow - really love this fabric - the colors are so vibrant - love yours - the backing is terrific

Buncobuddy said...

If you give me permission, I would like to use this fabric and pattern to try to duplicate your lovrly quilt!

Erin McSweeney said...

oh my lord so lovely...i would make your stereo pattern with this fabric

erin2470@hotmail.com

Tina Powell said...

Julie, You are amazing! I love it when my favorite designers get creative together. I think every one of your patterns are on my to do list. Thanks for all your hard work!

Linda said...

Wow!!! Your quilt is gorgeous!! If I win I would use your pattern!!!

Shelley said...

I Love the color combination. I am currently into Hexi's and Traingles so the possibilities ar endless. Thanks for the inspiration

Elizabeth Beck said...

Ooh la la! I would totally make the Stereo Quilt - it looks absolutely gorgeous
in this Tula set of fabrics! I like that your quilts go to the Angela Spa :)
Elizabeth Beck
epbeck413@yahoo.com

KathleenD said...

For some unknown reason I really like triangle quilts! If I were the lucky winner of this giveaway prize, I'd like to use this fabric into my own Stereo quilt! Thanks for the opportunity and the inspiration.

Karen L said...

The Eden collection in Stereo is fabulous. Why mess with success.

Chris Archer said...

Just started "collecting" Tula fabrics.....Love them!!!! I would definitely use them on the Stereo quilt pattern.

Jennifer Savage said...

Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!! I would most likely make Stereo since you are generous enough to include it in your giveaway. My contact email is jenniferbarnhart77@hotmail.com

Heather said...

Eden is SO gorgeous! I'd definitely make a quilt (the Stereo is a lovely pattern) but I'd love to save some small chunks for pretty hexies to put on things :)

Jessica Caldwell said...

I would design something special and new with these! They are stunning fabrics.

Melinda said...

If I am lucky enough to win this fabric awesomeness, I will try my hand at Stereo, or perhaps Park Bench. Such luscious fabric!

Lou said...

I love it with the Stereo pattern! Would also be awesome with Science fair:)

Patricia said...

Beautiful!! I will make the Stereo quilt!
patsystitch@gvtc.com

Linda said...

HI,your quilt is so beautiful! I think I'd like to make one similar! Thank You for a Grand Giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

M.W. said...

Oh my Julie this is so beautiful. I was just in a quilt shop in Chicago area and they had a quilt using this same pattern. It looks awesome in any fabric. I would love to make it using Eden.
Thanks for the chance
Shawn

FLTransplant said...

Your quilt is fabulous - if I was lucky enough to win the fabric bundle and pattern I would try to make a baby-sized quilt just like yours (imitation being the sincerest form of flattery!) Thank you!

tnwallace said...

I would copy your Stereo Quilt, I love it.
Thanks for the drawing.
Trudy tnwallace@gmail.com

Sandy said...

I would definitely make Stereo! I love it and Tula's fabric just sends it over the top! Can't wait to meet her in November...!!

Unknown said...

I love your patterns. Have made Park Bench and Radio Way. I've had my eye on Stereo for some time now and would love to use Tula Pink's fabric to create this stunner.
Thanks for the opportuntity. bevjfunk@gmail.com

Jen Beatty said...

I recently bought the book Fat Qtr Style and love the lattice pattern and Eden would look great in it. Thanks!

carolann said...

I would like to make your Giggles quilt or the Stereo quilt with this gorgeous collection. carolann427@aol.com

KatheG said...

WOW!! Your work is beautiful as is the fabric as well as Angela Waters' work thanks for sharing.

Elaine said...

Wow…that is stunning….I would make the quilt for my daughters new house. She would be
tickled. Thank you for such a wonderful offer.

Margaret Durry said...

I am commenting on the Tula Pink Stereo quilt here because I looked over 20 minutes for a place on that site to leave it, hoping somehow I would find it. I love the quilt and the fabric. The one who wins is a very lucky person.

Katherine McNeese said...

LOVE!!!these colors.
would love to reproduce this quilt using EDEN [I don't usually do that, but this is SO vibrant!}

Granny said...

I love your use of Eden fabrics and it makes your Stereo pattern look even better. I would use it for the same but make it a bit larger if there is enough fabric. (Or I could buy some more fabric!)
Candace
If I win, contact me at
cimarti2 at hotmail.com

My fingers are crossed!

researchernurse said...

I love your Stereo quilt! I would use the Eden fat quarter bundle to make a Stereo quilt. Backing would have to be polka dots!

cozyegg said...

Love how this turned out!!! Freefall is definitely a perfect backing - thank goodness Tula gave us all this option! I really want to make Tula's Butterfly pattern with Eden. It didn't do anything for me in Acacia, but WOWZA seeing it in Eden took my breath away!

Marsha said...

I think maybe Bento Box would fit this fabric well. Love these colors and the hidden tiger is gorgeous.

linda gillian said...

I love this Stereo pattern. It is so fun to look at! Hope I win!

Linda in OK

Anne / Springleaf Studios said...

I was thinking of making my Cascade pattern with Eden but after seeing how well it looks in Stereo I might need to reconsider. It's gorgeous! I get to see Tula this weekend at Fancy Tiger in Denver. Can't wait.

Pattie Crum said...

I love the color placement in your quilt. And that backing is so cute too. I would love to make a pickle dish quilt with this fabric.

linda gillian said...

I love this Stereo pattern. It is so fun to look at! Hope I win!

Linda in OK

barbara woods said...

i would love to win this and make one of her quilts with it, thanks for the chance

Sue Moore said...

I'm thinking of using some of the new range for fussy cutting for my La Pas quilt but know it will be used for heaps of projects 😃

tashmcgill said...

Definitely Stereo! I was thinking maybe Park Bench or even running stripes, but the fabrics really pop in Stereo!

Joules said...

i have been eyeing Delight for a while. I think that would be the perfect pattern for this fabric!

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