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Of course y’all have been checking out our a.maz.ing. sponsors. So we’re sure you’ve already noticed Canton Quilt Works!  But let us take a minute to tell you a little more about Jacqueline and her fabulous shoppe!

Canton Quilt Works is an online fabric and quilting shoppe. Not only does she carry all of our fave fabric designers, she has patterns, kits and all sorts of other goodies. And she is crazy talented to boot. Wow!

Need more Canton Village Quilt Works? Of course you do! Subscribe to the CVQW newsletter, check ’em out on facebook, browse around The Shop, (love the Kona Solids) and say hi at The Blog!

And today Jacqueline is sponsoring a fabulous giveaway for YOU! She’s giving away a bundle of Kona Cotton Solids (did I tell y’all that I used Kona Cotton to make my latest blue dress?). Woohoo!

To enter this giveaway:
Just leave a comment (bonus- tell us what you’d make with the Kona Cotton!).

*Open to US residents only. If you don’t leave your email, your entry will be disqualified.

This giveaway will be open until Monday night at midnight- good luck, y’all! 

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  1. Great giveaway. I'm a total Kona lover and I have a real hankering to make a solids only quilt right now, so they would probably end up in that. Thanks for the chance!

  2. Those solids look so bright and fun! I don't have much in the way of fabric stash, so those solids could go into any project. I would probably make some mug rugs or small zippered pouches- I have a handful of friends' birthdays coming up!

  3. I want to make my first quilt and I need some solids! These are the perfect colors!


  4. The two projects I could use some fabric for are 1) aprons and 2) tooth fairy pillows. Thanks!

  5. love the colors!! I have a few birthday gifts and I think I'd like to try some new modern quilt blocks and make another doll sized quilt to hang in my craft room. (I've only made 1) 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  6. Love Kona Cotton and I am in the process of making a Single Girl quilt using Kona Aqua that I ordered from Jackie at Canton Village Quilt Works. She has the best price and service!

  7. does number one ever get picked? i love Kona Cotton! Would use it to help embellish the clothes i sew for my daughters :).

    thanks so much for the opportunity!

  8. what an awesome giveaway! I'm starting to look for fabrics for my daughters birthday dress and these would make a great start!

  9. Such beautiful colors! My oldest is REALLY into rainbows. I'd make her a patchwork dress or skirt-she'd LOVE it!

  10. Those projects look great, I hope I win! I wouldn't mind trying a kit or maybe making a new skirt since all the colors are so vibrant

  11. Ahh the elusive Kona cotton! I'd use it as one of the fabrics in several girl dresses I want to make. I just purchased a pattern the other day.

  12. Beautiful Fabrics! I love sewing. I have a list of things that I want to create. With this fabric I would make my son a reversible game board. Tic-tac-toe on one side and hop-scotch on the other 🙂

  13. browsing new-to-me blogs is the most fun! i enjoyed punching your buttons. great kids things…. really liked the reading corner!
    kona solids are my mainstay fabrics for accent color, and applique pieces. right now, i'm appliqueing vines and leaves and using those fabulous green kona fabrics for the skinny borders. love the way it's working out.


  14. I just found a great design for a quilt on pintrest. These colors are so fun and cheery it'd be so cute as a quilt!

  15. I am busy sewing up a baby girl's wardrobe for our daughter's imminent arrival. I would definitely incorporate these pretty Kona cottons into this project! Sorainima (at) gmail (dot) com

  16. I think the solids would be fun to make a quilt and use special threads to quilt designs into the blocks.


  17. Nothing beats Kona solids. They just make me so happy, and I smile. Simply lovely. And I'm all about quilts and totes/bags. So pairing this with some lovely coordinating prints will make for a beautiful quilt or tote/bag. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  18. I love these colors! I would totally make some cute play tee shirts with them for my little man or maybe a cute dress for me!

  19. I don't think I've ever been the first to comment, but I've always loved that bundle of Kona solids. And after staring at the bundle every time I walk into my bedroom/sewing room, I'd give in and make…I have no idea. But something fabulous, I'm sure! It would be transformed into a quilt or skirt for my daughter, most likely. Or for someone else. Thanks for the giveaway! Love Canton Village Quilt Works.

  20. Hm…sorry if this is a duplicate post – not sure the 1st one went.
    LOVING the cheery color combo. WOuld love a chance to win! What to turn them into….a small wall hanging or possible a new school tote? still thinking and planning 🙂 thanks for the opportunity to win. kwiley(AT)comcast(DOT)net

  21. I think it's about time for me to make a Bottled Rainbows quilt. I certainly have the patterned scraps. Now I need some of those beautiful solids.

    Thanks so much for the giveaway.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

  22. What a great sponsor! I love the Kona cotton. I would probably use it for a quilt or a similar project.

  23. I have been obsessed with the idea of quilting lately and would love to get started!


  24. it's so lovely…beutiful colors makes me want to make my baby a summer dress and a backpack for kindergarden…..awsome giveaway.

  25. Ooooo, those look amazing! I would love to use them to make a tote! shannon.morey(at)gmail(dot)com

  26. Who doesn't love a chance to win some Kona? 😀 I'd use that bundle with tonal prints in an applique project I'll be starting once I have all 3 girls tucked into their schools next month.

  27. LOVE your blog and your blue and orange dress tutorials…may actually get me to make (and wear) a dress. Thanks to you and CVQW for the giveaway… I'll be keeping up with your wonderful blog! I mostly quilt, so those yummy kona solids would make a fabulous start to a summery quilt.

  28. I love the kona solids. I would make a quilt using solids. Thanks for the chance to win some. 🙂

  29. I would definitely use the fabrics to make a great quilt for my son's bed. My boys (2 1/2 and 1 1/2) are about to start sharing a room when their newest sibling arrives in Oct. I made one a quilt and need to get a coordinating quilt started for big bro! 🙂

  30. Okay, for the bonus, I am in the middle of a round robin quilt exchange and am going through cotton like crazy! I know I would definitely put this to good use!

  31. I've got a good friend who is expecting a baby this fall. Would love to make a quilt for her! Thanks!

  32. OH the possibilities! I've been looking for fabric to make some embroidered throw pillows for our family room!

  33. I'd love to get more blue hues for the upcoming quilt project that I plan on working once I get my sewing machine back from the repairs shop!

  34. Hey girls! I love fabric almost as much as you do … almost!! I would love to use this for backdrop material on my craftshow displays! Can't wait to see you both!

  35. Love that fabric, I have only about 20 different ways to use it, and would love to win it! 🙂 Thanks so much for the opportunity.


    anneg @ vtc . net

  36. I love Kona Solids! I'd make a rainbow quilt or use it in my Fiesta Challenge for the Local Quilt show coming up.

  37. OH gosh I'm not seeing any other posts so either they are needing approval or I'm first. Crossing my fingers either way.

    If I were to win they would be put with other fabrics I have already sitting here that need some solids. I have a new Grandson arriving early September and need to make a quilt for him so I would probably use some or all in that. OR possibly in other things I want to make for him like toys, bibs etc.

  38. I would love to win some fabric to dress up my maternity dress that's in the works!
    Silverize at hotmail dot com

  39. id love to win!! i would make a new baby quilt for my little girl on the way-and some bunting for my almost 2 year old girls bday party 🙂

  40. Ooooh….well, first I'd make a blue dress! LOL….then probably a quilt…hmmm, pillows….I can't decide but I'd LOVE to win this! Thanks!!!

  41. I am bound and determined to make a quilt this year. Since I'll be spending 3 months in the woods…there's no time like the present.

    I definitely need some fabric to get going. 🙂 Thanks for the opportunity to win some.
    amerskine at hotmail dot com

  42. I LOVE Kona cotton. It has a great weight to it. You can never have enough. I love it for clothes, pillows, even my own bias tape. Thank you for the chance to win!

  43. Thanks for the chance! My stash is in desperate need of some solids. Maybe a dress is in my future…

  44. I would love to get my hands on this bright and beautiful fabric to make my oldest niece a rainbow quilt for her room, it would match everything!!! :):)

  45. Hmmm. Think I would combine it with some colorful prints to make a beautiful throw for the wicker settee on my front porch.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  46. I would use the lovely solids in with the various prints I have to make some gifts for Christmas! Thanks for the opportunity to win these luscious colors!

  47. I have five babies being born within two months of each other! I need to make lots of baby shower gifts!

  48. Love the colors! I'd make a bag… or maybe a dress for me… or maybe a quilt… so many choices!

  49. What great colors. I'd make an end of summer banner to hang. Or maybe a tote bag, too many choices.

  50. Awesome giveaway. I know exactly what pattern I would use these fabrics on. I want to do a twister type quilt with blacks and bright colors. These would be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity.

  51. OMGosh that fabric really get's my head a buzzin'!!! I'd make my 2 yr old grand-daughter some cutie pie sundresses with that…she's a handful and she couldn't get outta my sight with those colors!!! Thanks for a chance to win….the thought of it has me all aflutter tee hee 🙂

  52. I've been wishing I had some solids to make the Summer Sampler blocks over at FreshLemons. That's definitely what I'd make with these! Thanks for the giveaway!

  53. Love the colors! Jacqueline has great prices and is super helpful and friendly. I would use the solids in a quilt.

  54. I love the Kona cotton brights they give such great contrast. I would make a "large 1/2 sq. triangle" quilt matching those brilliant solids with stuff in my stash. Thanks for a chance to win.

  55. Lovely solids! I don't know for sure what I'd make with them if I win, but my fabric collection consists mostly of patterned fabric, so these pretty solids are definitely needed!

  56. Gorgeous colors! I would make fabric flowers for sure. I'd attach them to barrettes and wear them everywhere, as these colors are perfection!

  57. Ohhhh what gorgeous Kona colors! It's looks like jelly beans. I could just eat them up! Thank you for a chance in your giveaway. 🙂

  58. All those yummy colors! I'd make a bright quilted city-skyline table runner. To remain on my table year round, of course. caroline (dot) peck 99 at yahoo (dot) com.

  59. Love the beautiful colors…I am just learning to sew so maybe an easy dress or blanket…thanks for the awesome giveaways!!! 🙂

  60. Those bright colors are so pretty! Pretty sure I'd make some rosettes out of them since I'm obsessed with making them right now!

  61. Great colors! They would be perfect for the P2 pattern "Just Wing It", which is on my list of quilts to make.

  62. Wonderful, awesome colors!! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great giveaway. I'm currently thinking about Christmas gifts, and this would be a great addition to my stash 🙂

  63. I have seen a lot of great ideas using solids, I need to make a mug rug for my office so that might be an option. Great colors!

  64. Those solids are gorgeous! I am looking to brighten up my living room with some colorful pillows, this fabric would be perfect for that.

  65. Such gorgeous fabric! I'm a quilter from waaaay back when my girls were little. Now I'd sew for the next generation. Thanks for a chance at these most gorgeous fabrics!

  66. I have a beautiful pattern that is made with solid fabrics. I've been collecting for awhile and would love to add those beautifully bright fat quarters to my stash! Thanks sew much for the chance to win!!

  67. Well, I would really like to try out this Robert Kaufman Kona fabric that everyone loves so much! They don't have it at my craft store! I'd probably make a quilt, sew a bag, and take in the lovely colors for a bit! 🙂

  68. Popped over from CVQW to check out your site, and glad I did! These Kona solids would look great in a pinwheel quilt!

  69. I have the perfect hourglass strip quilt in mind and I NEED Kona solids to complete it. Thanks for the chance!

  70. I think I would make my 3 month old boy some summer short-alls and my 2 1/2 year old girl some fall dresses!

  71. I would use it to make clothes for my kids. My poor son doesn't get a lot of things I make since I'm usually buying frilly fabrics for my daughter. Now I would have no excuse not to make him some things.

  72. These solids are awesome! Love the miss of colors! I'd love to make a beautiful quilt with these! Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  73. I'd love to win this giveaway!! I would love some of this awesome fabric for some projects I have in mind for my daughter!

  74. I'm really trying to build a solid stash to add more solids to my quilts. These would be a great addition.

  75. I love this color combo that Jackie often gives away. Maybe I'll win this time! Thanks for counting me in, Kirsten. (I have a N.J. mailing address.)

  76. Ooooo….solids! I am working on the design of another leader-ender quilt that these would be perfect for. Thanks for the chance.

  77. love the colors of the fabric. I would make a dress for my little girl
    lemaeallen at yahoo dot com

  78. I would love to win! I would make skirts and table runners maybe some place mats…so many ideas.

  79. I love solids to go with fun prints. Finding rich, bold and bright colors can be a task, but these colors are a perfect find to mix with any print for a variety of projects. I'm going to make a flag banner for my nephews 1st birthday and these colors and fabric would be perfect!

  80. Just found your blog a couple of days ago… AMAZING! And very inspiring!! I love solids to go with fun prints. Finding rich, bold and bright colors can be a task, but these colors are a perfect find to mix with any print for a variety of projects. I'm going to make a flag banner for my nephews 1st birthday and these colors and fabric would be perfect!

  81. I love the look of wonky blocks set off by solid colors in a quilt. First I need to learn how to make a wonky block, then I can worry about setting it off with Kona solids. But hey, I retired, I have time to learn!!

  82. gorgeous colors! I make hair pieces for baby and mommy! I would definitely use the fabric to make gorgeous blooms!

  83. I love those bright solids! I would love to make a quilt, or use some in a dress or skirt for my daughter. Thanks for a chance to win!

  84. Thanks for the giveaway! I looove Kona solids and use them for toddler skirts, quilts, bibs, as perfectly matched bias tape…the opportunities are endless!

  85. I'd love to win this–my stash is almost completely devoid of solids–and these are beautiful!

  86. Awesome giveaway! i am in need of some Kona cotton for some binding on my quilt I am still to scared to finish 🙂

  87. I've seen lots of super solids quilts on the blogs. Think I'd like to try a table runner in bright solids. Thanks for the chance to win!! I've just found your blog through Jackie's post.

  88. I love Kona. I am starting a warm/cool quilt today and those would go perfectly with it. Thanks for the chance to win.

  89. I would love to make an embroidered handbag for my moms birthday with that wonderfully colored fabric.

  90. What a sweet giveaway! I would probably make a quilt or some curtains my sister has been begging me to do!

  91. Love these beautiful fabrics! I tried clicking on their blog link and there was an error :-/ My mind always goes straight to dresses when I see beautiful fabric like this!!

  92. I'm not sure what I will do….little girl dress, quilt, a cute bag…too many ideas!


  93. Nice fabrics. I have some ideas for real nice and colorful new cushions for my kids' bedroom. They love such bright colors….

  94. The colors are beautiful! I'd love to make a beautiful bag and maybe a very pretty summer purse!

  95. I see a zig zag quilt or pillows. They'd look great in my kids' room. Or mine. kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  96. I have a lot of fabric in my stash that "reads" as a solid (some of it you have to stand pretty far back and squint at it) but no actual factual solids. How did that happen? That color selection of the solids is so beautiful I would be tempted to use them on their own, just to showcase their colors. Thank you for the chance to win!

  97. I will let the fabric inspire me for a new quilt project!!Getting ready to post a new quilt on my blog I've made for my flower girl who's having her first baby!!

  98. Wonderful giveaway! This fabric looks perfect for the beanbag I promised my bf I'd make him when we move in to our new house!

  99. ooh i'd make myself one of those blue gap dresses. and i've been wanting to re-create this bcbgeneration dress.

  100. I'm never heard of Kona, but I love those colors! I would make my son and husband a rainbow of bow-ties!

  101. I'm working on a baby quilt and those solids would work perfectly for the simple applique' I pland on adding.
    I'm already a follower of CVQW. Jackie shares so many tips and the progress of her projects I love it.

  102. I love kona unfortunately the only fabric store around, Joannes/ only has about 10 different colors.

    I am saving solids to make a quilt.


  103. I would love to win those Kona solids! My first project would be an Amish-inspired quilt. I have the book Amish-Inspired Quilts by Becky Goldsmith & Linda Jenkins (C&T Publishing 2006)–lots of inspiration there. I'd make patchwork wristlets with button or embroidery accents with the scraps.

  104. I've been in the mood to play with circles, so this would be a great start. larmenti at bellsouth.net

  105. I love this! I would love to use these to make some clothes for my little girl and a purse for myself!

  106. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway! I just saw a pattern that would be perfect for those solids.

  107. Love Kona! Little girl's play room is getting a paint job and redecorating. Those colors would be amazing in a quilted wallhanging–cupcakes and candies!!! Thanks for the chance!

  108. I want to make my baby girl some clothes! Not that I am a pro or anything, but you all inspire me!!
    ThankfullyThrifty at gmail dot com

  109. love Kona fabrics! those are beautiful – I would either make a bag (can't have too many) or start a solids/batiks quilt!

  110. I am 32 weeks pregnant with our first baby, so I would make something cute for our little boy on the way!

  111. Ooh! My quilting guild is planning on doing Bottled Rainbows so this would get me closer to having all my colors ready!

  112. Those colors are so wonderful,and would look so nice in a baby quilt for my new grandbaby! Thanks for the chance to win.

  113. I'm hooked on doing hexagons right now and need some solid colors for pathways. These would be perfect for that!

  114. What fantastic colors to add to a stash. I don't have many solids so this would be a great addition! I have never heard of Kona cotton! Another bonus to following this blog, a lot of exposure to many different lines of fabric!

  115. Solids are always perfect to add to any stash! I have never heard of Kona cottons. This blog is great for introducing new lines of fabric! Thanks for this great giveaway!

  116. Such vibrant fabrics in all the pictures and those hexies are marvelous! I've been dying to make a color wheel quilt in some form. Those solids would be perfect for what I'd like to do with both solids and tonals. Thanks for the opportunity and have a great day

  117. Thanks for the giveaway! I would use the solids to match busy patterned fabric for purses, skirts for my daughter, etc.

  118. Have just gotten back into sewing, this would be perfect for the quilt I am starting or dresses for my girlies!

  119. Those solids would go straight into either a quilt… and very possibly a current kitchen project im doing. IF im seeing those colors right, they would be just purrrrrfect!!

    Thanks Canton village!

  120. I think I would make some fabric flowers for a headband, maybe modge podge with some of it, or make a chic little skirt….oh the possibilities!

  121. LOVE those colors! I'd love to make ruffles probably to put on something. Maybe a new school bag? Thanks for the opportunity!

  122. I am Kona Solids freak! Not ashamed to admit that….There is this pattern that I just saw this morning using honey buns and jelly rolls and I have those at home…and I was thinking…would be solid good to go in between?! So, if I win, the solids goes to that quilt I have in mind… 🙂

  123. I would love to make some tote bags, finish a quil n maybe some summer dresses for my 2 yrs old 🙂 thank you so much for the opportunity at this wonderful give away!!!!

  124. I have several summer quilts in the works…these beautiful solids might find their way into one of them….or perhaps, they would have to wait for the next great idea to come down the pike :o)

  125. Awesome Giveaway! Love the colors! I would like to make a lap quilt! Thanks for a chance to win!! 🙂


  126. My 13 yo DS would like me to make him a flying geese quilt that he has seen recently which uses only solid colours on a solid grey background. So I figure these would be a great start to that project for him.

    Thanks for the generosity girls!! xx

  127. Kona makes me drool. I can see a very jewel-like paper-pieced star quilt created from those solids. Closing eyes, crossing fingers and tapping heels together …..

  128. I am a loyal user of Kona solids! These would be a wonderful addition to my collection! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  129. I would love to make a a new tote bag for me and a mini one for my daughter! I fabrics and colors look amazing!

  130. Who doesn't love a good Kona solid!! They are just the best! Here's to winning a free something!! Yay!!

  131. These colors are great – I'd like to use them in a "Jolly Rancher" quilt like Amanda Jean made (crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2009/05/jolly-rancher-quilt.html) these Kona cottons would be just perfect colors, don't you agree?

  132. These are fabulous! I would make a cutsie little zipper pouch to put hairties for my 5-year-old's ballet class. Who wouldn't love that?

  133. ooo! goodie! i am starting to work on some crazy halloween costumes for my girls! i need to do a frog and an orange and black witch… i could seriously use some awesome bright fabric for all the linings and such…


  134. Oh I would love to win some Kona cottons! I know that I would put them into a Mexican Star wallhanging! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  135. Very nice fabrics and colors ! I would make a small blanket for my niece which is arriving in September !

  136. Oooh, I am so in need of good solids. I wish more online shops sold them! I think the real question is, what wouldn't I make?

  137. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter's room because these are the exact colors I have been looking at…bright and bold.

  138. Gorgeous! I've been planning to tackle my first-ever quilt, and these would be just what I need to get started!

    mdpntemp (at) hotmail (dot) com

  139. thanks for the giveaway! I think I would try another "blue dress" & maybe some clothes for my daughter

  140. love the bright colors! I'd make something for my niece who's scheduled to get here around the end of Sept!

  141. This sounds like a pretty amazing giveaway! I love fabric and am always looking for something new and fun! I would LOVE to win this giveaway.

  142. i truly prefer bright quilts, I made some first about 5 yrs ago or nursing home residents, and the bee members said they sure are bright! I said just cause one gets old, doesnt mean they have to have dark colors! Log cabins in bright colors-lol. I dotn have a blog, but I do get your emails and Madam Samms' thank you both
    carol c aka creativeartist1@aol.com

  143. well, I'm in the rainbow charm swap over at Ellison Lane Quilts, so I would use these to supplement that and tie everything together!

  144. Gorgeous! I would either make a dress (fantastic idea) or tablerunner / placemats. I LOVE the bright colors! Thansk!

  145. I just pulled out my sewing machine for the first time in years! Not sure what I'd make with the fabric, there is so much on my want to try list!

  146. What fun colors!! I would use the stash to make some dresses for my daughter or some zippered pouches. Thanks for the giveaway!

  147. I'm in a couple of mug rug swaps so I would use the solids in them. I also have a new table runner to make depending on the colors!! 🙂

  148. I am currently building my Solids…planning og doing it up for the quilt with JR & HB from a mag pattern

  149. I have quilts to make for newborn twins and the Kona's would be perfect for the focus fabric I have. Thanks for the chance. Someone is going to be very happy.

  150. I love those colors! I would have to use them to make a mobil, something to catch baby's attention.

  151. Oh my gosh you always have the best giveaways! I have the perfect project for this that I have actually been trying to figure out what fabrics I want to use. It will be a periodic table of quilting elements wall hanging. These colors would be the perfect start.

  152. Kona solids are gorgeous! What I'd do with them? First I'd pet them for several days, unfold & refold, hold them up to the light, you know. Then I'd put them into a Farmer's Wife quilt that I want to start. They would have a good home.

  153. I am so into Kona solids right now and these are yummy summery colors. I see beach totes out of them and a fun summer throw quilt. Thanks for the chance to win. Love Jackie, btw.

  154. I just finished my first little quilting project and am ITCHING to do more. I'd love to make something with these pretty colors!

  155. Beautiful colors! I'm thinking a bag for me or some cute little aprons for the girls on my Christmas list!


  156. Thank you for the opportunity! I'm a newbie, so I would use this to build my stash and perhaps start a throw for my dad?… 🙂

  157. I love the rainbow of colors! I'd make something special to for my daughter to use – a doll quilt or a fun lunchbox placemat or something.

  158. Ooo, thank you for the chance. Konas are lovely, and I like to use them to make quilts or drawstring baby laundry bags.


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