Monday, August 25, 2014

Heather Ross Far Far Away FQ Bundle at Massdrop

Have you heard about Massdrop yet? I feel like I've started seeing the buzz more and more in the last month, esp in the sewing world. It's a site for helping consumers get a lower price on desirable items by negotiating bulk pricing with the vendors. As more people opt into the purchase - or "drop" -the price goes down, but you are not officially charged until the "drop" ends. By clicking Join Now - you are committed to buy the product, no matter what drop point is reached. If you click the "Commit to Join" button, you will only purchase the item if the lowest price is met by the end of the drop. And you can opt out before the drop ends. You can read more about how it all works on the Massdrop FAQ's page.

I was recently contacted by Massdrop to see if I would be interested in promoting their current drop, a bundle of 16 fat quarters from Heather Ross's latest collection, Far Far Away from Windham fabrics. Um, yes! As part of this drop, this bundle is currently listed at 39.99 - which is a great deal already. As enough join the drop the bundle will drop to $35.99. This drop will end this Friday, Aug 29.

Post Edit UPDATE: It looks as though this bundle is sold out. But the giveaway is still going! And check out Massdrop's current selection of sewing goods here.
If this concept intrigues you, check out some of Massdrop's past crafting drops, including Aurifil Thread, Olfa rotary blades, fabric collections, etc. If you see something that interests you from past drops, click on the item and click on the request button. When enough requests are generated Massdrop will work on getting another similar drop. I think it's some really cool - and useful stuff. And when you find a deal you really want, tell your friends so that price will drop! To keep up with the latest drops you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Today Massdrop is also offering to give away one of these bundles to you! (We have had a lot of giveaways recently - I'm sorry if you're sick of them -people just keep wanting to share cool stuff with you all!) Just leave a comment and if you want to, share something that you would like to see Massdrop carry for sewists. I'll choose and announce the winner on the morning of Aug 28th so that there's still time to snap up a bundle before the drop ends! GIVEAWAY CLOSED.

Winner:

Thanks for sharing about this site! I had never heard of Massdrop. I would love to see text fabric and low volume bundle. Also a Japanese fabric bundle. Thanks for the chance to win! 

275 comments:

  1. What an interesting concept! I'd like to see more fabric offerings and perhaps some speciality rulers! Thanks for the chance!

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  2. Neat concept! I'd definitely be interested in more thread drops!

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  3. I joined Massdrop a week ago because I'd been hearing a lot about it, too. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. What a neat idea - I'll have to check out their site! It would be cool to save on rotary cutting accessories, those mats and rulers really add up!

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  5. Their Aurifil thread bundles are awesome. I've ordered those and the backing fabric they had. Missed out on the cotton and steel bundles, I was in a meeting at work when they went live. I'd love for them to continue the thread and fabric drops.

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  6. It's an interesting idea and I can imagine it would be great for supplies such as sewing machine needles, rotary cutter blades and cutting mats, etc.

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  7. Wow, just gorgeous! Love the deals on fabric and quilting supplies!

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  8. It's a great idea....I wonder if it works for us 'internationals' too? Thanks for the chance to win.

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  9. Yes it works for "Internationals" the shipping price is just a little more, but still very reasonable. I would like to see some more basics for sale, I'm pretty choosy about my prints.

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  10. That sounds cool! And I jus saw that EQ7 hase enough votes now. I would so love to buy this item.
    Thanks for sharing and of course the give away!

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  11. Wow, that is an interesting idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. It's a great idea, and their offer is really good. Notions would be nice now and then, too, like rotary cutter blades. Thanks for the chance!

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  13. Wow what a great idea. I wondered if they would do batting? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. So awesome! Would love to get in on some Aurifil bundles!

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  15. I signed up about a week ago and already have two fat quarter bundles on the way. Awesome site and concept! dulinh at yahoo

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  16. I've never heard of Massdrop! It sounds like a fabulous way to add fabric to my paltry stash! I would be interested in fabric collections mainly. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. I have never heard of this line of fabric, it looks wonderful and I would love to win! I love collections

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  18. I've ordered Aurifil and fat quarter bundle from MassDrop. It's great and the shipping to Canada is less expensive too.

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  19. I would love to get a giant roll of batting for super cheap :) I would definitely "drop" on that :)

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  20. Interesting concept. I will definitely check out Massdrop.

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  21. This fabric is perfect for my next quilt!

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  22. Rotary cutters is a great idea. I also love the idea of bundles of C+S since that is the most desirable right now!

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  23. I will have to check this out. I love a good deal on fabric and would love to see jelly rolls and charm packs.

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  24. they do have some amazing offers, and great shipping rates too!

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  25. If mass drop would carry japanese bundles. They are beautiful but pricey!
    Thanks for telling me about them. I will check them out.
    Mrscummings2u at Gmail dot com

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  26. Anytime fabric is on sale it makes me happy!

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  27. I would be interested in fabric bundles. I got my Oliso iron from a Massdrop. It was a great price and there were no problems with the transaction or delivery.

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  28. Great idea, and great Heather Ross fabrics. Would love to see more aurifil drops. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. Lovely fabric! I guess I'd like to see Pinmors and Blockloc rulers...not sure of the spelling on either. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  30. Interesting concept. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  31. Interesting concept. I will definitely check it out.

    nehanson@shaw.ca

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  32. Nice giveaway! I'd like to see them carry more fabric & some precuts, small spool sets of Aurifil & maybe bag patterns with all the required hardware.

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  33. I'd never heard of them until reading this. Thank you for the introduction!

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  34. I love Massdrop and have participated in two so far. I'd love to see EQ7 for Mac as a drop. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Thank you for the giveaway! I'd be interested in interfacing, batting, etc.

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  36. I like all the drops you mentioned-- aurifil. Old and fabric. Anything crafty is good by me :)

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  37. Thanks for the "heads-up"! I bought the wonder-clips from Massdrop recently. It was a great deal! I would like to see them "drop" some more fabric bundles and rulers.

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  38. I would love to see current quality sewing machines offered at reduced prices so I'm about to check out Massdrop now. Thanks!

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  39. I think Massdrop is a great idea - my husband also liked it too for all the sound equipment/ gadgets! Bundles are great, I would love to see more yardage bundles than fat quarter though. I missed out on a great Liberty of London one :(

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  40. Nice!! I've been watching the company for a bit now and hadn't realized they did crafting stuff too. I'd mostly seen "guy gadgets". Good to know!!

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  41. fabric bundles are good, also thread...

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  42. Lovely fabrics. I think fabric drops are the best!

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  43. I love this!!! A Wonderful giveaway and so generous!

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  44. I would love to see some great euro knits for kids clothes

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  45. Massdrop is genious! Fabric and threads are all we need, right?

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  46. I love Massdrop - have purchased several of their craft drops!

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  47. Thanks for explaining the process. I have looked but I didn't really understand how things worked. I would love to win and thanks for the giveaway! I love the idea of fabric drops

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  48. I'd like to see batting, I've only seen it once, and interfacing. Rulers, I know it is difficult because there are so many rulers in so many sizes.

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  49. I've been watching MassDrop for a while but only participated in my first drop two weeks ago. I think it is a great service and so easy to use. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  50. What a generous giveaway! I know my husband has bought computer things there, but I had no idea that they had fabric/crafting supplies too.

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  51. Interesting concept. I agree with others that basic supplies (thread, rotary blades, etc.) would be great to see on there.

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  52. Great site! I'd love to see them offer more fat quarter bundles, jelly rolls, rotary cutter blades, a collection of special rulers, batting, and other basic supplies.

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  53. I love massdrop, I've had wonderclips, aurifil and the olfa blades, missed out on cotton and steel drop but I love their cheap shipping to France, so fun to take part. I'd like more notions

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  54. I do check Massdrop pretty regularly. I love the concept. I agree with one of your other commenters on the specialty rulers idea! Pretty much any sewing related items are great ideas! I follow your blog and love ya!! Lol. Thanks for the chance to win. I have a few baby quilts to make and this would be perfect!

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  55. I do look at Massdrop, I haven't bought anything yet! I'd like to see them get some Oakshott and maybe some Japanese fabrics?

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  56. Thanks for the great giveaway! I'd love to see books, rulers, cutting blades and fabric bundles on Massdrop.

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  57. What an interesting site. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. I would like to see drops on batting and irons.

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  58. Ooooh! I would love to see BlocLoc rulers (sp?) on a Massdrop!

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  59. What a great idea! I would love to see a massdrop on bolts of kona solids, particularly white!

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  60. Such a cute collection! I totally second the kona solids.

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  61. Oh, that fabric is wonderful! I've never head of Massdrop but it seems like a great idea.

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  62. I love the concept! And I already sent the Tutto wheel bag sale to my friends cause that bag is so awesome but so expensive. Did they have a newsletter sign up? I didn't see one but maybe they just automatically email you after you sign up? I would love love love to see them do an Accuquilt mass drop cause I want one but can't justify the cost yet. =D

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  63. That really is an awesome concept!

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  64. Thanks for sharing. Saving money is always a good thing!

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  65. I would love that fabric, so gorgeous!

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  66. Great idea! I'd love to see more fat quarter bundles!

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  67. I am loving the awesome modern fabric bundles that I have seen on Massdrop this week! I am subscribing and actually clicking through and opening emails (a rarity for me these days!) to check out the latest fabric offerings. As far as I'm concerned, the more modern fabric FQ bundles they put up on their website, the better! Count me in for this awesome giveaway.

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  68. I would love to see ruler sets, especially something like the bloc loc sets. Thanks for this one though!

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  69. Bloc loc ruler sets would be awesome. Also, rolls of batting.

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  70. Massdrop is so great! And I love this FQ bundle <3 <3

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  71. Thanks for sharing about Massdrop, what a great concept.

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  72. I missed the Massdrop Aurifil thread offer so I'd like to see it come around again.

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  73. This is the first I've heard of this!

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  74. Hmm, gonna have to check them out. I'd like to see clover clips I have 3 I got as an extra in a swap package and love them but they are so pricey!

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  75. I have had great experiences wth them!! Real bargins and for some reason they manage to keep postal rates more then reasonable to Europe, YEAY!! I would love them to have another wonder clip drop or rulers (6,5" square)

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  76. I've been a member for some time and love it. I wish they would carry Bloc_Loc square up rulers.

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  77. I've had great experiences with Massdrop. The bundle looks great,

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  78. What an interesting concept! I would like to see an Aurifil thread Massdrop.Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  80. I visit here on occasion but don't really read much of your blog because of the font color you use. I find the gray font very difficult to read. But good luck on your posting.

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  81. Fabric and Aurifil thread would be great! Will have to check out the site.

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  82. Kona cotton bundles would be fun.

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  83. What an excellent idea, I'll have to go & have a look!

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  84. Rulers or cutters would be great!

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  85. Interesting idea! I would be interested in Aurifil thread and fat quarter bundles.

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  86. Fat quarter bundles would be great they are my guilty pleasure!
    Frankie
    Knitwitsowls@gmail.com

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  87. Notions are always a good idea.

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  88. Like the concept and really would be happy to see anything, but probably more fabric bundles. Thanks!

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  89. I'd seen the website mentioned but had no idea how it worked. Thanks for explaining it! I'm going to check it out and see about getting some basic stuff like needles and rotary cutter blades.

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  90. I've purchased three different sets of Aurifil thread from Massdrop--great prices!

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  91. more pre cuts and bundles of fat eights

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  92. I just heard about Massdrop recently and I love the concept!

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  93. My husband uses Massdrop! He always tells me when they have fabricy things.

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  94. It's a great concept, and I liked the idea of the bag pattern + hardware/interfacing that they did with Sara's pattern recently :o)

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  95. Tired of giveaways?!? Amy, please don't apologize for something like that. Thank you for this giveaway chance!

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  96. Our guild does this type of buying every once in a while. Fantastic idea. Would love to see Aurifil or 5-pack rotary blades on Massdrop.

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  97. Sounds like a grand option!
    I love the fat quarter packs - just enough to make a small project!
    Thanks!

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  98. I just discovered this last week! I think the fabric bundles and thread are great ideas!

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  99. I have not heard about Massdrop. Must go check it out. Would love to see Aurifil on their site.

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  100. I have not used Massdrop yet but seriously considered it for the rotary blades!

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  101. I would love to see precuts and different types of rulers and templates. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  102. Interesting site - love the fabric bundles.

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  103. I can't resist Massdrop, and have made several purchases with them. This drop is certainly one to grab! Thanks for the chance!

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  104. Thank you for the introduction to Massdrop. It is always handy to have another resource for quilting supplies!

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  105. Thanks for letting me know about Massdrop and love the bundle giveaway will be keeping my fingers crossed.

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  106. I would like to see more tools and notions on Massdrop. Those are things we don't always get for ourselves due to cost, so any savings would be great. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  107. Never too many giveaways! Massdrop is new to me - will definitely check it out. ddegnan@tampabay.rr.com

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  108. i echo the interest in a massdrop of bulk kona cotton - solids for me. maybe a FQ bundle of 64 colors. thanks!

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  109. Would love a far far away bundle!

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  110. Tired of trying to win? What? How could this be? I love the idea of the mass drop. Can I do it to lose 5 pounds? Or 8? Ha ha. Can we sign up to Massdrop and clean each others houses so we have more time for quilting? I need to stop. I had a discovery today inside my vacuum when I found a huge ball of thick, black Chinese hair wound around the drive doo hickey. No wonder the vacuum kept going out of transmission. We've had lots of company this summer. Now it's sewing time...

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  111. I haven't bought anything from Massdrop yet, but I've been voting in the polls. I'd love to see the Art Gallery fabric one happen.

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  112. You are the first I've heard about Massdrop. Going to check it out now!
    satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

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  113. Would love a pretty bundle like that!!!! Schattle@sbcglobal.net
    Thank you!

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  114. What a fantastic giveaway! I have used Massdrop fior thread.

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  115. That sounds addictive. I love this fabric line!

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  116. I have bought multiple things from massdrop sewing related. I love it.

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  117. Thanks MassDrop! I would love to see some C+S basic bundles

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  118. Hmmm...not sure if that would be a good idea for me. To tempting. Love the giveaway though!

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  119. I'm signed up with Massdrop but have yet to actually use it. I'd love to see more fabric drops!

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  120. would love for them do do the Olisio iron again.

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  121. I keep hearing lots of good things about Mass Drop. I'd love to see more fabric offerimgs, as well as batting. Thanks!

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  122. I've just discovered mass drop. I'd love to see them list the Idelible bundle

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  123. I hadn't heard of massdrop before. Thanks for sharing it with us. Would love to pick up some rotary blades and thread. Maybe some batting too.

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  124. I love browsing massdrop. I'd love to see interfacing there - hard to find in Australia for some reason!! At least where I shop

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  125. I know they have done bundles of Liberty fabrics and I would another chance to participate.

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  126. what a unique concept! I would love to see Kona Cotton solids and rotary blade replacements.

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  127. I have never used Massdrop, but fabric and batting would be on my list I'm sure!

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  128. I love Massdrop and I love That they are giving us a chance at a Far, Far Away bundle. I would like to see more sewing notions, and more small (and affordable) bundles of piecing thread.

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  129. I love Massdrop and have participated in several quilting related drops! I missed the Oliso iron drop so I'd like to see that come around again! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  130. Never heard of them till now, thanks for sharing/

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  131. This is the first I have heard of Massdrop. I'm intrigued.

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  132. I hadn't heard of Massdrop before, but will most certainly look into it. I love any chance to get some great fabric cheaper! thank for passing in the information.

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  133. This is the first I've heard of Massdrop. I need more info before signing up such as shipping. I'll have to check it out more. Half yard and yard bundles would be nice too. kthurn@bektel.com

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  134. I love massdrop! Such good deals. I've been waiting for the Block Loc rulers to drop. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  135. Fascinating idea. I'm gonna read up on this.

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  136. What a cool concept! I don't have the money to participate right now, but will sure keep it in mind for the future. And freebies are always welcome.

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  137. this is a different concept and not really quite sure how it works yet, I guess I;ll have to wander over and look into it!

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  138. I love the fabric bundles they have been offering!

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  139. This is a great idea, been watching them since I saw a Lotta Jansdotter bundle there.

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  140. I've also just become aware that Massdrop has quilting deals,, how exciting!!

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  141. So cool! I was thinking about joining this one. More fabric would be great.

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  142. I would love to see a Tula Pink drop. Or maybe some birch fabric knits. I love their stuff but it's always so pricey. Thanks for the giveaway! <3

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  143. As I am in Australia I have become a massdrop Junkie! I have made several purchases because the prices are so much cheaper than Australian prices and the postage is awesome too. Win Win. I hope they keep the postage down because I am loving it! I spread the word on IG last night about the far far away drop when there were only a few taken up. Today 64 have purchased. Must be from your blog lol :)

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  144. Think this is worth checking daily, plus international postage is a good deal. Id love to see machine items, like extension table, feet etc :)

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  145. Lovely fabric. What a nice giveaway!

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  146. Mass Drop is a great idea. I don't think it's a new idea, just new to us. Sounds like something they used to use in past eras in the farming industry. But I like this better because I can benefit from it! Beautiful fabric. As to ideas to use mass drop, the possibilities are endless. Anything people want, the seller could be approached to work a deal. It's a win-win!

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  147. Thanks for sharing this, it sounds a great idea, I have bookmarked for future reference x

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  148. Very interesting concept - I will have to look into it. Always love an opportunity to win fabric.

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  149. I've bought Aurifil thread through Massdrop. I'd like to see more Aurifil collections.
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  150. Wouldn't it be cool if they carried packages of notions coordinated to fabric bundles? IE, ric rac, buttons, other trim, zippers, and so on- you could buy the fabric and notions all at once and be all set. Thx for the giveaway!

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  151. sounds like a win-win for everyone...I will check it out. Thanks for the opportunity on the fabric...

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  152. this is interesting I might have to do some shopping...

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  153. Wow, cool concept. I'd love to see notions -- bias tape, thread, elastic, and all those basic items I hate spend money on :-) . This is a delightful fabric package, too. Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

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  154. Thanks for the info and the chance to win! gigiv13@gmail.com

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  155. I joined Massdrop recently and love to see what is new. Thanks for the chance to win this fun and cute bundle.

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  156. Very cool concept. I'd love to see some liberty fabrics!

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  157. I love when they have precuts and rulers!
    allisonpogany@gmail.com

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  158. Too many giveaways? Never! Thanks for another chance to win :)

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  159. Interesting! The machine on wheels is very tempting. I'd be interested in Aurifil thread and Olfa blades! Thanks for sharing.

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  160. Wow, this is very interesting. Always wanting more fabric deals. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  161. I will be checking out Massdrop. Thanks for giveaway! b.j.day68 at gmail dot com.

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  162. I love Massdrop - have already scored two amazing deals in thread.

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  163. What a great idea!! I love the idea of the thread and fabric bundles continuing. I will definitely check this out!

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  164. I would like to see them offer more fabric bundles. Thanks for the chance to win. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

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  165. oh wow this is such a cool concept!

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  166. Thanks for sharing about this site! I had never heard of Massdrop. I would love to see text fabric and low volume bundle. Also a Japanese fabric bundle. Thanks for the chance to win! shopgirl7232(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  167. Great choice, I love this bundle...I will have to check out Massdrop, the deals sound intriguing!

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  168. I'm in for this bundle and can't wait for it to ship! I bought a cone of white Aurifil thread, and would like to see a cone of a light tan, too. iamhollyb@hotmail.com

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  169. Never heard of mass drop . Would love to win this bundle. Thanks for this opportunity. Would love to hear of rotary cutting blades. Wilmaserrao8@gmail.com

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  170. Thank you for letting us know about Massdrop - I had not heard of them but now am following on Instagram. And thanks for the opportunity to win this bundle. :)

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  171. I've never heard of Massdrop but it's an interesting concept. Thanks so much for sponsoring this great giveaway.

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  172. Wow, very interesting! I'd love to be in on an Oliso iron drop, if that comes around again. I'm international and will pay shipping cost if my number comes up.

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  173. Ingenious! Will have to check it out.

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  174. Thanks for the info and another awesome giveaway

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  175. Massdrop is so cool! Would love to see more thread drops. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  176. I've only just heard of Massdrop but had no idea what it was all about. Thanks for the explanation. I just checked it out. Very intriguing... Thanks for ANOTHER chance to win some great fabric!

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  177. Massdrop sounds like a good thing! Please enter me.

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  178. Wow, I've never heard of Massdrop but will definitely have to check it out! Thanks for sharing!

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  179. I have gone on Massdrop before. It is a good concept. We used to buy from a bulk dried fruit and nuts place when I worked. I will continue using Massdrop in the future.

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  180. I think the Massdrop format of showing shipping costs right away (to non U.S. countries) is fantastic. Great deal on thread, and really stocked up. Thanks for the giveaway

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  181. I like when they have fat quarter bundles...and Aurifil thread. Thanks!

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  182. I have heard about this, but have never tried it.....will have to check it out.
    Fabric, and rotary blades sounds great! rotary cutters would be fun too.
    thanks for the give away (no I am not tired of them yet :) )

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  183. What a great idea!

    Honestly, fabric, fabric, and more fabric. I'm easy!

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  184. What a great concept! Would definitely love to see some specialty rulers and more fabric offerings! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  185. I actually just checked out Mass Drop, and am loving all of the fabrics! I would love to see more sewing notions, buttons, trim, rickrack...I just can't get enough of the little stuff. :)

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  186. I love this concept! And the bundles are great too! Thanks!

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