Another region completed, and another near-tie! Washi ekes out a win over Aviary 2 by a mere 5 votes. With races this close, it’s already hard to predict which line might be the 2012 Modern Madness champion. Who do you think is going to emerge as our readers’ top line this year? Let us know in the comments below!
Also, we want to thank all of you who have truly embraced the friendly and collegial spirit of Modern Madness. To be clear, we love ALL of the fabric lines and designers that are part of Modern Madness. They’re all all-stars! The intent of Modern Madness is not to make any statements about who is better than whom; rather, it’s to celebrate modern fabric in all its glory, and to continue to expose our readers to designers and lines of which they may not have previously been aware. We love hearing comments resembling “Thank you so much for introducing me to this fabric line — I hadn’t heard of it before, and now I need to add some to my stash!” We appreciate your efforts to continue making Modern Madness a fun, friendly, and supportive activity.
OK, let’s see who’s advancing to the second round in Region 3 …
Washi by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Timeless Treasures Fabric (172 votes, 51%) def.
Aviary 2 by Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit Fabrics (167, 49%)
Lush by Patty Young for Michael Miller Fabrics (229 votes, 68%) def.
Meet the Gang by Marisa Anne of Creative Thursday for Andover Fabrics (110 votes, 32%)
Good Fortune by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics (189 votes, 56%) def.
Modern Whimsy by Laurie Wisbrun for Robert Kaufman Fabrics (150, 44%)
Annie’s Farm Stand by Holly Holderman for Lakehouse Dry Goods (205 votes, 60%) def.
Morning Tides by Mark Cesarik for Free Spirit Fabrics (134, 40%)
Woodland by Natalie Lymer for Lecien Fabrics (217 votes, 64%) def.
Appleville by Suzy Ultman for Robert Kaufman Fabrics (122, 36%)
Prince Charming by Tula Pink for Free Spirit Fabrics (258 votes, 76%) def.
Pam Kitty Morning by Pam Vieira-McGinnis for Lakehouse Dry Goods (81, 24%)
Hometown by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics (238 votes, 70%) def.
The Woodlands by Kristian A. Howell for Anthology Fabrics (101, 30%)
Ruby Star Spring by Melody Miller Fabrics (213 votes, 63%) def.
Curio by Basic Gray for Moda Fabrics (126, 37%)
Scoring: give yourself 1 point for every match-up you guessed correctly. Add it to your total score from rounds 1 & 2, and post your total in the comments below. See how you’re doing compared to other MM players around the world.
Today, the final 16 of our favorite fabric lines are in action in Region 4, which some consider to be the most hotly contested region. There are some real modern powerhouses in this region. It’s time to place your votes!
** Voting is now closed. Thanks for playing! **