Monday, January 23, 2017

Let's Get Quilting! Win this 9 pc. Starlight bundle by First Blush Studio

For a close encounter with some out of this world fabric, we are excited to present “Starlight.” This new celestial collection features a range of patterns not only representing the solar system and zodiac, but the entire galaxy. Metallic gold accents bring a beautiful shimmer to the deep colors of this collection. The “Starlight“ fabrics include stars, moons, planets and suns to help make that perfect celestial quilt.





56 comments:

Joanne said...

These are wonderful fabrics! I can already imagine them in a quilt for one of my grandchildren. Of course I'd have to buy more so I can make a quilt for all of them. :-)

Gill said...

I'm still waiting!!
Maybe if I win this giveaway!!!

QuiltShopGal said...

Adorable quilts that remind me of how much fun it is to gaze up at the stars. While these would make a great quilt, they speak to me to make a professional tote.

QuiltShopGal
www.quitlshopgal.com

DebrafromMD said...

A quilt I designed was featured on the Electric Quilt blog.

Quilting Tangent said...

Pretty collection. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Linda said...

NEAT BUNDLE! THANKS FOR SHARING!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Rosa said...

When was my birthday.
So gorgeous line.Those blues caught my eye!

Lisa Marie said...

I don't think I've had 15 minutes of fame. I don't mind though, never wanted to be famous.

Lori said...

I have never had 15 minutes. Long ago when our church put on a Christmas play, my husband, son and daughter were on stage, I did make up behind the scenes. Thought I was good. In practices they had all the actors/actresses' come out and take a bow.
But when the end of the first show came they called all the people from behind scenes, introduced us all and we had to take a bow. It was frightening and exciting at the same time. They did that for all six shows. Whew, I can still feel my heart pounding. I guess if you add it all up it was close to 15 minutes. LOL

Emily C said...

I was secretary of the Honor Society Delta Mu Sigma in college and at the end of the school year we had Convocation. One year I won the award for superior campus and community service.

Renea said...

I am the mother of triplets so I have had 31 yrs of fame. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

Michele T said...

Still waiting for my minutes of fame!!! Cute fabric!!

JANET said...

If my wedding ceremony does not count, then I am still waiting!

Havplenty said...

I met the Season 3 winner of The Apprentice backstage staging room at a banquet where all of the board members were waiting to be seated. i actually had a conversation with him, had my picture taken and it was posted online. Yippee.

tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) cojm

Janie said...

Love this collection it would make great baby boy quilts. Thank you so much for the chance!

Sherry said...

These would look really cool with the Dr. who fabric I recently found.

Stitchin At Home said...

Wish I had some but sadly no.

Vicki H said...

I'm ok with no fame.

Beth said...

I've sent some pretty snazzy tweets that have drawn attention to issues I have thought were of great importance, and yet Twitter is by its nature, fleeting, so I'd say my Twitter life is my collective 15 minutes of fame.

Kristine said...

My closest encounter with fame was self publishing a book in Spanish while doing research in Paraguay. We did a book launch and everything. But given that the printer was local and the books started coming apart, it wasn't that big of a deal lol. Anyway I LOVE THIS NEW LINE! my daughter keeps saying she wants to be an astronaut when she grows up and we spend a lot of time discussing space and the science of the stars. I'd love to make a quilt for her with these awesome designs!

Lee said...

What a fun line of fabric!! Thank you!

genofwa said...

My 15 minutes was when I had my two sons :)

ledamewood said...

No 15 minutes of fame for me. I'm a Plain Jane who loves to quilt.

Rebecca said...

Selling some of my quilts is always fame for me.
sewfabrics at out look dot com

jec said...

this would be a wonderful collection for my charity quilts...thanks for the great give a way
janet

Bec said...

My 15 minutes of fame was when I was the first in my family to graduate from college...at age 37. I guess I'm a late bloomer. lol

GranChris said...

I had to give this one some thought. Being a Mother probably would be #1 although I do have some patents as a retired scientist.

teachpany said...

I love this! I know some kids who would love a quilt with the planets. My 15 minutes? I recorded (with my folk group and school choirs) 3 albums. I have a solo on 2 and played guitar on 2. All were sold as fund raisers. I hope to have some quilt designs published soon, though, so that will be fun, too.

Judi Duncan said...

Alas, still no fame....

mangozz said...

I haven't had one yet.

Vicki in MN said...

This fabric would make an awesome child quilt to donate to Project Linus!

Miriam said...

I try to stay out of the limelight and let someone else take center stage. These fabrics would make delightful "next step" quilts for the twin boys of my daughter's coworker.

Nancy said...

I can't recall 15 minutes of fame. I lead a boring life! LOL!

Denise Mitchell said...

Fun bundle!

kupton52 said...

What a great collection of fabrics....my two little grandsons are all about astronomy now....they would love these.

Kathy said...

I was interviewed by a street reporter asking political questions

cjmont said...

i was interviewed by a tv reporter during an aids awareness candlelight march.

lindawwww said...

I won a car and had my picture in our local newspapers.

lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

delaineelliott said...

I once got 100% on a math test. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Susan L. said...

I'm still waiting for mine!

Karen Hootman said...

Beautiful bundle. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

Anonymous said...

Walkingthe graduation plank w/my youngest son and Pinning my Firefighter son's badge on his chest for multiple accomplishments.

bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Mom C said...

That could be the Spring Market when I saw some items I had made for "another fabric company" displayed in their booth. Love the stars. Thanks.

Christine said...

My 15 minutes of fame was quiet. I won an academic achievement award in a college class. I later found out all 5 of my professors had chosen me as their nomination, but they were told I could only win 1 award. Made me very proud of my hard work. Beautiful fabric, especially the blue with gold stars. Thank you for the chance to win. momoftana at yahoo dotcom

Linda Williamson said...

I haven't had my 15 minutes, but fame is fleeting and I'd rather win fabric and make something fabulous. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

Allison CB said...

Still waiting on the 15 minutes of Fame but notoriety I have hours....

Rina Mason said...

When I won a sewing machine and a sewing table within six months of each other. Thanks for the chance.

anna brown said...

When I teached a table runner class... happyness04431@yahoo.com

anna brown said...

When I teached a table runner class... happyness04431@yahoo.com

kelly overman said...

I've never had fifteen minutes of fame...but these are awesome prints and I would make something cool for my son if I won them. ☺

kelly overman said...

I've never had fifteen minutes of fame...but these are awesome prints and I would make something cool for my son if I won them. ☺

Danette Stankovich said...

Probably the only 15 minutes of fame I've had is when I was on Romper Room when I was 4 years old. This fabric is just awesome. Would make a nice table runner. Thank you.

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

Beautiful fabric. I don't think I have had my 15 minutes of fame, yet.

Arf2-D2 said...

I'm still waiting for my 15 minutes of fame or, more likely, of infamy.

Ashley-Raye said...

I don't know if it's happened for me, but I've had some popular tweets, so maybe more like 15 seconds of fame! 😂

Sherri said...

Good to see the galaxy in the fabric. No fame just a good life