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Monday, May 23, 2011

Sew, Mama, Sew: Giveaway Day!

Because we love a fun giveaway, and know you do too, we've decided to participate in the Sew, Mama, Sew: Giveaway Day {if you follow the link you'll find a bunch of great handmade, sewing, and knitting supply giveaways}.  In celebration of the kick of of our Embroidery 101: Stitch & Quilt-Along {where we'll be making an embroidery quilt together!}, we're giving away a kit for the project!


It includes 9 Just Wing It by Momo for Moda fat quarters and Moda Bella Solid in white.  Enough fabric to complete the whole quilt top  {more details about the Stitch-&-Quilt-Along later this week}.  To enter simply leave a comment with what you might make with these fat quarters.


For a bonus entry, follow our blog and leave a second comment to let us know you do. {You must either have your e-mail in your profile or leave it in your comment to be eligible to win.  Click here for details.} You have until Wednesday, May 25th, at midnight EDT to enter, and then we'll draw a winner.  Good luck!


P.S. Check back Thursday for the winner and info on our Embroidery 101 series!

1,032 comments:

  1. wow, what a generous prize! I'd love to make my first quilt and this looks like just the prize to do it with!

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  2. I'd ove to make a quilt with those fat quartere. Thanks for the chance.

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  3. Those are such pretty fabrics! The quilt will be so interesting!

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  4. I'd make a cute little cot quilt for a special baby! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. As you do, I'd make bags, bags & more bags!

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  6. It would have to be a quilt, such lovely colours and designs.

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  7. Gorgeous prize. I've got my fingers crossed.

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  8. I'd love to follow your stitch-n-quilt-along, I've only ever made one quilt and it was just basic squares - I'd like to try something a little more challenging!

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  9. P.s. I'm a follower too :)

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  10. What a beautiful package! I can't wait to see more about the stitch along!

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  11. They're so pretty I'd make a quilt. Just something simple that shows off how pretty they are.

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  12. The fabrics would definitely go into a quilt, thanks!

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  13. I am a brand new follower, thanks!

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  14. Probably a table runner or lap quilt

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  15. Great giveaway! I love Momo fabrics, so beautiful. If I won them, I think I'd either make it into a lap quilt, or maybe a tiered ruffle skirt.

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  16. I am now following you through the Facebook Connect. :)

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  17. Beautiful fabric! I think I'd make a bag, or a cushion cover, or perhaps an apron. Thank you for the generous giveaway!

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  18. Great giveaway! Please count me in! Bags.

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  19. Hi I am paying you a return visit thank you for visiting my blog - Amberwood Cottage. I am now following as long as I have done everything correctly. Thank you Vicki

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  20. Love the fabrics, I'd be beyond happy if I won those. I would probably make a wallet, clutch pouch or something similar. I can't promise that though, I might as well sew some amazing clothes from those.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  21. Beautiful giveaway, thank you!
    I'd make something for my little girl, a skirt or dress and perhaps a purse!

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  22. I love your blog...just discovering!
    I would make some baby clothes first for my little girl of I win! Pick me Pick me!

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  23. Oh yay, awesome giveaway, I love MoMo! I would definitely work these into a quilt :)

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  24. And I'm a new follower - glad to have found your blog, I've favorited a lot of your work on Flickr! :)

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  25. Lovely! Would love to win!Thanks so much!

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  26. i am already a follower! Love it!

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  27. Great giveaway!
    We'll be moving into a new house in the summer, so I would definitely make something to make it feel more homey and welcoming. Maybe patchwork pillows?

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  28. Hey, thanks for this chance, fingers crossed
    XO from athens
    Sophia

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  29. @rodi
    Forgot to say that I'd like to make a sweet little purse for my daughter :)

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  30. Yummy fabrics! I would make a quilt.

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  31. An embroidery quilt! I never even knew there was such a thing!

    I was just posting on another blog that the next craft I'd like to learn is embroidery. Oh I hope I win so I can take port.

    Crosses fingers and toes and legs and eyes and everything!

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  32. Oh, and I'm totally following you now.

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  33. I am excited about the new project in my future hehehe
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  34. Ooo these fat quarters are super cute! I have a pattern for a pleated purse that uses 1 fq for the inside and 1 for the outside - I would make that, a matching wallet, and maybe a tote for my niece. Fun summer prints and a great giveaway!

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  35. I'm a follower of your blog!

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  36. Oh, so pretty! I'd make some little project bags and some sewn bracelets, I think. Or maybe I'd just go ahead and decide to finally learn to quilt!!

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  37. And I just added you to my Google Reader list. ;)

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  38. Well I would make a quilt of course!

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  39. thanks for the chance to win - fabric would be used in a quilt

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  40. How cute! Love the retro look. I'm thinking pouches!

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  41. I am a relatively new follower of yours...can't wait to see your new QAL!

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  42. Hmmm, I would make a bag for one of my daughters because I think they would LOVE those fabrics!

    Thank you!
    pstaveleyatroadrunner.com

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  43. Beautiful fabrics :o) Thanks for the chance!

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  44. well I see a pocket book that I have in mind with strips and a central block...one I kinda made up...and has a bow for accent...

    THANKS,
    Kathy

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  45. Quilt!
    mamaisaac09@(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. Beautiful fabric! I would love to win it!

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  47. They're adorable! a little throw quilt for a girl would be amazing from that fabric. Thank you for a lovely giveaway!

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  48. I'm a follower. =) Thanks again.

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  49. I would probably make little zipper purses!

    098585c@acadiau.ca

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  50. I'd make an adorable quilt for my dd.

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  51. A lovely batch of fabric, I think they would make a great picnic quilt!

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  52. I love to embroider and I'm learning to quilt -- so if I were the lucky winner, I'd use these great FQs to follow along with your embroidery quilt-along. Sounds like such a wonderful project!

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  53. And I just signed up to follow you so i won't miss that quilt-along. Thanks for hosting it and for the giveaway.

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  54. Wow - great giveaway! So generous of you! Thanks so much for the chance!

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  55. I see a snazzy bag made from these fat quarters. I'm looking forward to the embroidery quilt-along. Happy quilting.

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  56. I've added your blog to my Reader feed - looking forward to learning more about your quiltalong!

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  57. I want to stitch & quilt along, so I'd do that with the fabric if I won.

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  58. So glad to have found your blog today, Jennie and Clara. I'm your newest follower! :)

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  59. I would make a skirt with these gorgeous fabrics! I already have the pattern ready! :) Thanks so much!

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  60. I would make a quilt for a friend that's adopting a sibling group of 5!

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  61. I'd probably make pillow cases! Thanks for the chance!
    -Ninu

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  62. Probably I'd make some patchwork pillows.
    Fabrics are lovely! Thank you!

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  63. I would love to make a quilt!

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  64. I would most certainly make a quilt for the twin bed in what will soon be my quilt room and the future guest room.

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  65. I think I would make a quilt.

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  66. I'm a follower now.

    ilsebols at gmail dot com

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  67. beautiful fabrics, would love to win them"

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  68. lovely fabrics. thanks for a chance!

    --cheers

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  69. This is a gorgeous set, so colorful!

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  70. and I'm now following your blog :)

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  71. Awesome giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  72. Gorgeous fabrics! I think I'd either follow along with your quilt project or make a bunch of project bags (I'm a knitter). :)

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  73. And now I'm a follower too. :)

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  74. Now that's a pretty pile of fabric! Thanks for the chance. I'd make a quilt with that of course! Maybe your quilt along!

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  75. Beautiful fabrics! I would make a quilt for my girly-girl niece.

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  76. For once, think might actually use this fabric for what it is intended for - your quilt-along! I can't wait!

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  77. Hi,I am planning a bright and cheery quilt, and backing it with Minky, so it's nice and snuggly for our Winter. I love Kate Conklin's Canasta or square in a square pattern.
    pamcapstick@bigpond.com

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  78. I would probably make a quilt for one if the 2 babies on the way in my family. :)

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  79. fun fabrics! would love to win them - thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. I'm a follower in Google Reader, definitely want to know what you BF's are up to!

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  81. How fun! I would make either summer placemats or a summery quilt to throw along the back of our couch... it needs some color! Thanks for the chance!

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  82. I'm already a follower! Thanks again! Looking forward to this new project!

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  83. Great! Thanks for the chance!

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  84. great giveaway, i'm on a bit of a bag kick lately and just got a japanese bag book - so i'd definitely make a bag.

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  85. Thank you for the giveaway! I love MoMo :D I'd make a quilt for my daughter's new toddler bed :)

    senjosuki at yahoo

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  86. I am a follower

    senjosuki at yahoo

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  87. The fabrics are so fun! I'd piece together some totes or work on an adorable chevron quilt top I saw the other day. Blessings

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  88. I'm following via email! :)

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  89. please count me in :))
    thanks for the chance!
    I will do some of my bookcovers :))

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  90. Thanks for the giveaway!

    needlegrrl at gmail

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  91. I'm thinking a half squared triangle quilt with white as the solid for the other half! Baby-size of course!

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  92. I would make a quilt, for sure!

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  93. A hexagon quilt. All those fabrics would look gorgeous set off by the white in a hexie quilt.

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  94. Yay! Perfect - I've been thinking about making an embroidered quilt for a friend who is expecting her first baby (a girl - these fabrics would be perfect)! Very excited about your Stitch and Quilt-along!

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  95. I would make some quilted Christmas stockings for my kids and some pinwheel pillows for around the house.

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  96. Not sure just what I'd make, but definitely something with plenty of sashing, to let the crisp white solid show off all that bright color!

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  97. Love those fabrics! I just bought a 4 x 4 ruler, I wanted to try and make a pieced twirl skirt for my daughter, that fabric would be perfect!

    ~JamieS@ Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

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  98. Lovely lovely! I would make a little throw with these fabrics :)

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  99. I have a bag pattern which uses just a fat quarter which is a fave of mine to sew, so a few more bags and maybe a couple of mug rugs (I just finished my first one and it was fun first quilting project).

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  100. I have about 10 patterns waiting for fabric to create! This would be perfect for one of the paper piecing patterns.

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  101. Such happy fabrics! I would make a quilt for myself to have on cooler evenings sitting on the porch. Thanks for the chance to win.
    jmniffer at comcast dot net

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  102. Beautiful fabrics!

    Bree
    bdoody11 at yahoo dot com

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  103. I'm now a follower via a reader.
    jmniffer at comcast dot net

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  104. I love this fabric!! Thanks for the chance! I am a follower!

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  105. I would most likely make a table runner for my kitchen or as a gift to family member or friend (share the love!!) Thanks for the chance!

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  106. I would make a quilt, or maybe a table runner would be fun.

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  107. Might try a table runner, that sounds interesting!

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  108. I'd make a cheerful patchwork shopping bag to hang from the frame of my walker. :)

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  109. I would love to make an apron!

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  110. I am a follower, thanks for the giveaway

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  111. Gosh, I think the fabric would be lovely for a long overdue personal lap quilt project, i have had in mind

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  112. I would definitely use the fabrics for my dolls at my PeanutEnvy shop!

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  113. I think i'd make quilted placemats. We have a nice wooden table on loan, that we need to be careful with, but more importantly it would be good to try a few new things on a smaller scale before i try a full sized quilt!

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  114. These are so pretty! It'll make a sweet baby quilt! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  115. I think they would look terrific in a Dresden Plate blocks quilt

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  116. I would put it in a quilt for sure !!
    MaryPoppins xoxo

    marykickass(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  117. I always love coming back to your blog as a Follower.

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  118. I'd make your quilt top of course!

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  119. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter . . . I love this line!


    skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

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  120. I'd make a baby quilt with this fabric. The colors are so fresh and bright !

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  121. I would perhabs make a big huge floor pillow to brighten up the living room.

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  122. I'd follow your stitch and quilt along! :) I'd love to improve my embroidery skills. :)

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  123. If I won these fabrics I would gift them on to my daughter - so her colors and style - so she can make a quilt for herself, she makes so many for others.

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  124. What a perfect bundle for a colorful quilt, thanks for the chances!

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  125. Hi Clara & Jennie,
    If I were to win I would participate in your Stitch-&-Quilt-Along coming soon. I have not ever participated in one.
    Thanks for sharing,
    ><> Michele

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  126. I love this collection. I would make a quilt from the new fat quarters quilt book I got. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  127. Thus far, I haven't ventured far away from quilts, so I'd be making a quilt if I won these. I'd find more fabrics to pair with them and make that quilt big enough to use as a lap quilt. Yummy fabrics you selected. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  128. I am a novice sewer and really into bags right now -- I'm sure I'll use the fabric to make bags, maybe try a patchwork one for the first time. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  129. And I follow you on Google Reader!

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  130. Would love to win, thanks!!

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  131. A small quilt or even pillow covers.

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  132. Now following your wonderful blog!

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  133. Super cool! I'd use these and some white solid to make a cute baby quilt for my best friend, who's due very shortly!

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  134. I love the colors! Would make a beautiful quilt for my daughter Lucy!

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  135. I only have one print from this line and it's not one of the ones that you are giving away! I made a pretty bag from it and I love how it turned out. So I might be tempted to try that again.

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  136. I've only made one baby quilt so far but I loved it so I'd make another one!

    catherine(dot)alley(at)gmail(dot)com

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  137. Love this fabric thanks for the great giveaway. Eve

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  138. I would make the quilt along iwth you in your blog!
    yobethie (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  139. I would love to make this quilt along with you! What a great give away idea: kit to follow along!
    Thank you so much =)

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  140. I'm following now too. I love finding all these new blogs. =)

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  141. Oooh, your quilt along looks intriguing. Thank you for the giveaway - Katrina, blueberryblues5 (at) gmail

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  142. I would probably make a quilt top or maybe a couple of bags. I just love bags.

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  143. I follow your blog in my google reader account.

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  144. I would make a bag and a picnic blanket to go together - and then take the niece out to enjoy both in the sun... those fabrics are so inviting!

    Thanks for giving away!


    dorte_dk (at) yahoo.dk

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  145. Wow what a fabulous giveaway! Thanks!

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  146. a baby quilt for our first grandchild!

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  147. What pretty fabric!

    odessa.who.rox@gmail.com

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  148. I think I would make a cute little lap quilt, thanks for the chance to win!

    -craftytofu at yahoo dot com

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  149. And I just became a follower!

    -craftytofu at yahoo dot com

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  150. I'd probably make a table runner.

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  151. Thanks for the chance to win. I'd make a quilt for my daughter with these cheery fat quarters!!

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  152. I would definitely make some pretty summer baby bonnets. I'm totally obsessed with making them and they only take a fat quarter. My little girl would have so much fun choosing a special hat every day :)

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  153. I would make a quilt with the fabric

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  154. love the fabric! thanks for the giveaway!

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  155. I'm a follower now too, via google reader

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  156. cute fabrics...thanks for the giveaway

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  157. I would make a little wall quilt. thank you :)

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