Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Triangle Frenzy Blog Pop (Hop)!

Triangle Frenzy Swirl Blog Pop

It's a Blog Pop (Hop)!

Hello! Welcome to my blog. Nice of you to drop in!

This is day three of the Pop-Up Blog Hop, Blog Hop Pop, Blog Pop, Pop Hop...
If you do not know by now what a Pop-Up is, please go to Jo's website here.

As soon as I saw the first Pop-Up, I knew I had to make one.
As soon as I saw the larger sizes of Pop-Ups, I knew I had to make MORE!

Making a Pop-Up with the Triangle Frenzy Swirl pattern is very easy, because the design is scalable! I have made Swirls from as large as a bed quilt to as small as a tiny Swirl that was only 2” tall for my name tag holder. It’s a fun and easy way to make your Pop-Up POP even more!

We use our Pop-Ups to hold our patterns and small notions. If you like to organize your small pieces of fabric by color like we do, you could make color-coordinating Pop-Ups for each of your color families! (I've long since outgrown that use.) It’s also a perfect holder for notions such as pencils, rulers, and wonder clips. Do you have small projects that you’re working on? Keep track of supplies for your short term projects by containing them all in a Pop-Up!

New this year, Triangle Frenzy® LLC (also known as Artistically Engineered Designs) is focusing on delving into the world of vending at various festivals. We’re looking to put some faces behind the names of our many customers! We also have a new pattern, the Triangle Frenzy Whirlwind, that we are showing off. The Whirlwind is our answer to those that want more control over their fabric combinations, as the gradient of the fabrics can be hand selected, rather than being stuck with the scale and color of a specific border print. We will also be putting together fabric kits for those who have trouble with fabric selection or just want to get down to the fun sewing part!

You can find our Triangle Frenzy patterns at your local quilt shop, or if you don’t have a quilt shop near you, you may find them on our website. For more Pop-Up hopping, visit these blogs:

Feb  8 – The Patchwork Pearl
Feb  9 – Summercrafter
Feb 10 – Triangle Frenzy (Hi! Glad to have you!)
Feb 11 – Seams Like a Dream
Feb 12 – Custom Quilt Kits
Feb 16 – On Point Quilter

Before you go! There's a grand prize giveaway at the Fat Quarter Gypsy website here. (Scroll to the bottom of the page.)

Plus, each of the featured blogs is having a giveaway! We at Triangle Frenzy are giving away all the supplies needed to make a Triangle Frenzy Swirl Pop-Up in the medium size, as well as our new Triangle Frenzy Whirlwind quilt pattern, and some assorted notions and other goodies. 

(Shown below with finished Pop-Up in order to entice you.)


To enter to win our giveaway, just leave a comment on this blog post telling us how you will use your Pop-Up. 
We will pick a winner on Monday, February 15th.
Edit: We will wait until the entire blog hop is complete!
Enter by Friday Midnight Eastern Time.
Edit: We have a winner!

Have a Frenzy of a day!




55 comments:

  1. I love the purple....I am making a purple quilt right now...hehe....well i think a pop up would look good in my bedroom on my dresser for my scarfs...ty for cool blog pop... happyness044312yahoo.com

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    1. I need one on my dresser for "pocket stuff"

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  2. Sew excited to win these prizes. I will carry one in my travel kit to have an instant catch all. cheryltrahan@gmail.com

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    1. I like the travel idea, I have big square collapsible single-color things. I will pack some next vacation!

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  3. To organize my quilt stuff/hold projects. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  4. It would be a great place to save my 2 1/2" squares that are accumulating from leftover fabric scraps.

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  5. I love the flow of this design and I would use it for small rulers and rotary cutters.

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  6. I think I might use mine for the car! Or I could keep it in my sewing room for my little scrap strips that I now have in a jar! Yep! I'm sure I would find something to do with it! Love the whirlwind pattern! Don't have that one yet!

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  7. I would use this Pop Up by my sewing machine to put all my things in that I use at my sewing machine,ex- seam ripper,thread snips,measure stick,etc. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  8. Why are these called Pop Up's? Looks like a great place to store patterns.

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  9. I would use it for a project basket. I love having all my pieces in one place.

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  10. I would use it to put all of my sewing supplies in for class! I love that it is so portable.

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  11. My pop up would be given as a gift for a quilty friend. Pattern is a very cool idea!

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  13. I would love a pop up to organise my sewing notions for quilting. It would be wonderful to have them all at hand instead of in a drawer.

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  14. Such a clever idea and so many ways to use it! I would probably use it to keep a project pieces together. Could also be used as a knitting basket... :)

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  15. I would put my small patterns in it. This is a cute pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  16. Love the color combination of your pop up. Going to use my pop up that I will be making this weekend for fabric scraps when I am on quilting retreats.

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  17. So pretty! I need one to corral all the little things on my nightstand. I moved, and some furniture is new, or re-purposed, and I need to get organized. Thanks.

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  18. I love your pop up and to me it is just calling to be stuffed with yarn!!!

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  19. Gosh, that is so cute! I'm not sure exactly what I'd store in there...but I'm sure I could find somthing! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  20. I would use my pop up to hold scraps. Thanks for the giveaway
    Ginger c at gmail dot com

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  21. Ooooh so cool! Love it! I would use mine for keeping track of all my things I need by the sewing machine. Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way! :)

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  22. I would use it to hold some of my scraps or for some of my sewing items. I have so many things to put it in already

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  23. I would use it to hold my sewing thinks

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  24. I'd use it for scraps at my sewing table.

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  25. I think at my sewing area would be useful. Looks great! jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  26. I would like to make a pop up to use for holding fat quarters.

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  27. I would give it to my mum to use for her current knitting project. Her lounge has purple as an accent colour so would work perfectly!
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  28. I'd make one for a friend to use for her crochet projects!

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  29. Purple is my favorite color, love your pop up. I would use it as a quilting project catch all for a trip that is planned in April Thank you for the giveaway.

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  30. I would store some of my sewing room cluter in my pop up, some loose patterns.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  31. This would be useful for keeping my sewing area tidy!

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  32. Love your fussy cut lavender triangle design! I think a Pop-Up would be the perfect place to stash all my fabric scraps as I save them to make crazy patch quilt blocks.

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  33. Love your fussy cut lavender triangle design! I think a Pop-Up would be the perfect place to stash all my fabric scraps as I save them to make crazy patch quilt blocks.

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  34. I think I need to make one of these to hold school supplies for our homeschooling area. Love the purple!

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  35. If I win the pop-up I will use it in my sewing room where I spend most of my time.
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  36. i would love to have this pop-up in my sewing room for my supplies!

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  37. I would use the pop up to keep my small ( even tiny) rulers corralled!

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  38. I would us mine as small trash bins on my tables for my card classes, the ladies will love them!

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  39. I would use them to hold my clover clips, scissors, thread and thimble (binding supplies) for when I am binding in front of the television.

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  40. It would be for the cut threads by my sewing chair. love the color. sewfabrics@outlook.com

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  41. I would make some for my craft room!!

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  42. I would use it for my quilt retreats. We always need someplace to put our threads and scraps. And your beautiful pattern would be so much nicer than a paper bag!!

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  43. I would use one to corral all of my scraps waiting to be trimmed to usable sizes. I also love the idea of color coordinated scrap pop ups!
    cathylouwilson@gmail.com

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  44. I would use it to hold the supplies for my projects. One to hold patterns and one for scraps.

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  45. I think one/many for my sewing room, one for the each car, one for toiletries, one for my suitcase to use when traveling. Looks like I am going to be busy making these.

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  46. I need to make a flock of these!!! My quilting room needs several, as do my two granddaughters and my grandson!! Of course, they would make great gifts for everyone on my Christmas list!!! Love them!!!

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  47. I would use the Pop-Up for my sewing room, it is need of some organization. Thank you for the lovely giveaway chance. Have a great day. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Congratulations, Dawn, Our random number generator has selected you as our Pop-Up Blog Hop winner!! We are emailing you now for your mailing address.
      Thank you for hopping!

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  48. Mine would definitely be used in my classroom! I am a sewing teacher and we are always looking for organization idea!

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  49. I would use it for fabric scrap storage. Thank you for sharing!
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  50. I’m just learning about these pop-ups, what a cute idea! I think I would start with an orphan block from my large pile and make a holder for scraps in the sewing room. Or maybe a small one to hold candy.

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  51. Very nice popup.... and nice meeting you this weekend at Birds.

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  52. Cute pop up! I am always looking for ways to organize my sewing space. Thanks for the giveaway!

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