Giveaway: Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids Roll-Ups

{Classic Palette}

I’m excited to announce that Robert Kaufman Fabrics is a new True Up Sponsor (hooray)! To celebrate they’re offering five readers a shot at a Kona Cotton Solids Roll-Up, which include 2.5″x44″ strips in 40+ colors, conveniently pre-arranged in the order of the color wheel. They’re even going to throw in a Sample Card for each winner.

To enter, simply tell us in the comments about your favorite of the five palettes, all pictured here. You can click on the images to visit the Robert Kaufman website to see all the colors included in each Roll-Up. Comments will close next Wednesday, 1/27/10, around 3pm Central U.S. time. The giveaway is open to readers worldwide. Good luck!

{Bright Palette}

{Dark Palette}

{Dusty Palette}

{Pastel Palette}

552 Comments

  1. angela lashley says:

    I absolutely love the classic palette. It is refreshingly bright, something I need more of up here in Seattle!

  2. Ellyn says:

    oh gosh I love them all but right this moment I am craving the dark pallet….. lovely!

  3. Carmen says:

    Hooray hooray!

    I think the bright palette is the one and only remedy to Canadian winters.

    Thanks for hosting this tempting giveaway!

  4. Sasha says:

    I love the Bright – I seem to have adopted my 6 year-old’s penchant for everything bright, shiny, and sparkly. Dying to make my own Paintbox quilt…

  5. Christine says:

    Those are great! Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Cate says:

    _So_ hard to choose just one. I think I love the dusty the most. But they’re all so pretty!

  7. Jennifer Lewis says:

    My favorite (besides all of them) is the bright palette collection. Very beautiful. I always find the right color when I’m quilting. Beautiful.

  8. inkie says:

    Totally in love with the classic pallet… I love rainbows :D

  9. B Wright says:

    These are all so perfect for a beginning quilter like myself! I am really drawn to the Bright palette – I think it would complement so many of the prints I have been collecting!

  10. Mel says:

    Oooo, look at all those colours! If I had to choose, it would be the bright palette – those solids would look great with some of the patterns I already have for a quilt.

  11. Kate Erbach says:

    I love the bright palette as it reminds me of coming spring. I could almost lick them like an ice cream cone. I’ve had enough of the dank, grey days of winter and long to delve into these luscious colors to add some pizzazz to my projects and to my day!

  12. Melissa C says:

    I love them all. If I must choose a favorite, at the moment it would be the bright with the dusty running a very close second. Thanks for the chance.

  13. Jen says:

    How exciting! I’ve been seeing these solid jelly rolls all over the internet lately. They look like a great chance to stretch out into all sorts of colours, not just the ones I naturally gravitate towards.

    Anyway: Bright Palette! is my favourite!

  14. Miriam says:

    Definitely the Pastel Palette for me. I love those soft, dreamy colours. Those are the colours that sing for me.
    Thank you for offering such a great giveaway. A Sample Card too!!
    Congratulations on having Robert Kaufman as one of your sponsors!

  15. Joy says:

    I love the classic… and I need it badly … :)

  16. Sarah M says:

    I think the dusty palette is beautiful and a lovely challenge as I usually work with bright colors. What a wonderful giveaway – especially with the sample card added on! Congratulations on adding Kaufman as a sponsor.

  17. Karley says:

    Ooooh I love the Dusty palette but also the Classic – has inspired me actually seeing them all arranged so beautifully in the colour wheel! Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

  18. Gypsy says:

    I really like all of the palette’s, but the Bright palete is my favorite. I also love the Pastel Palette. I’ve been meaning to get a solid color jelly roll to go with my collection of prints for my next quilt project. The brights probably work best with my current stash of fabrics : )

  19. Kirsten says:

    All of them? Oh, I have to pick one. Let’s see…the winner is the bright palette.

  20. Miki says:

    Hands down…the Dusty palette. Beautiful muted colors, not too over powering. It would definitely compliment a lot of fabric that I currently have in my dash. Kaufman rocks

  21. Michelle says:

    Such a hard decision… but I love the Classic Palette the most! The color scheme would look great with my vintage feedsacks… thanks for the opportunity!

  22. pixie13 says:

    I love the Classic Palette; the colors are so rich & true. Thanks for the beautiful giveaway!

  23. Karissa says:

    I am a HUGE fan of the Kona cottons, but I think the Classic palette is my favorite. I just love those bright colors! Great giveaway!

  24. I like the bright palette. Since I’m older than many of the young quilters on Flickr, I think the brights keep me young!

  25. Marianne says:

    Maybe because it’s winter and cloudy, the dark palette appeals to me right now. This is my first visit to your site. What a super resource, and what a great giveaway!

  26. Liz says:

    Oh, Dusty palette. You complete me.

  27. Christy K. says:

    I love the dusty palette. The colours are super gorgeous!

  28. Joan S says:

    they’re all so pretty but i think the pastels are talking to me. probably because i never have lights in my stash when i need them.

  29. Katrin says:

    Wow, they are all beautiful, but I prefer the bright palette.

  30. Suzanne says:

    I heart Kona solids so much. I like the Dusty palette. It manages to be warm and rich while avoiding being truly dark. I think it’s a really versatile selection of colors. Thanks RK for the donation and for sponsoring a great website!

  31. Lisa M. says:

    I love the dark! It’s warm and inviting.

  32. These are all fabulous and they all brighten a dreary January day. My favorite is the dark palette because I’m always looking to add some dark values to really make my quilts pop. Such a hard decision!

  33. Kari says:

    I love both the bright and pastel palette – so pretty, and both perfect for a quilt for my niece. Must get!

  34. Carol says:

    I’ve gotta go with the bright palette to get me through the Vermont winter, just not enough sun, so the colors are wonderful! Thanks

  35. DianeY says:

    I’d have to go with the bright, but the pastel is a close second! Love Kona cottons!

  36. Nan says:

    Oh my goodness. What a timely give away. I was just on their site looking at then this morning because I wanted to start a solid color quilt. My favorite of the five has to be the dark color. They look so pretty in the roll.

  37. Dee says:

    They are all lovely, but my favorite is the Classic.

  38. Shannon says:

    I love the bright palette. It looks so vibrant and inviting, and with all the gray winter days we’ve been having lately, that’s exactly what I need. :)

  39. floribunda says:

    I sort of like them all, but if I had to choose… it would be the “bright” palette. Hope I win!

  40. Liz says:

    I love the brights the best, but they’re all awesome. So excited!

  41. Michela says:

    The classic palette is the one, as far as I’m concerned, but the brights are a favorite, too.

  42. JessZ says:

    I can’t resist the Classic!

  43. Sarah says:

    I think I’m going to have to go with the dark palette….it’s just so rich!

  44. Robin says:

    Lately, I’ve been drawn to bright, happy colors. So the bright palette is definitely calling to me right now. Gorgeous! :)

  45. rene says:

    I love them all but the classic is my fav!

  46. stephanie says:

    LOVE the bright palette!!

  47. Karen says:

    I really resonate with the dark palette. I am a painter and a quilter and I love the dark colors to create space and depth in a composition. They are so rich and deep!!

  48. Jennmoles says:

    I love the darks… I have always been a sucker for jewel tones. :-)

  49. Amy says:

    I love the Bright Palette. They are well defined colors without being overwhelming.

  50. Silka says:

    I love the bright palette.