Sunday, May 22, 2011

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

Aloha from Kaua'i! If you found my blog through Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day, Welcome! If you like it here I hope you stick around. First I have a quick order of business before I get on to the fun. We're looking for a few good Quilters to join us in the do. Good Stitches Bee. For those of you who don't know, do. Good Stitches is an amazing charity bee on Flickr. There are now several circles running. Each circle benefits a different charity making quilts for children in need. I have been hosting the Hope Circle which benefits Threading Hope, a charity that gives quilts to kids all over the world. Check out our Flickr group for more details. And if you're interested in becoming a Quilter for the Hope Circle email me directly.

Now for what you've all been waiting for... It's Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day and although I might be recharging my batteries on the beach with a Mai Tai I didn't want to miss out on all the fun. During my retail therapy spree last week I picked up some fabrics that I thought might be good stash builders and I bought enough to share! I thought these fabrics would make particularly cute bindings but if you're the lucky winner you can do anything you want with them. And who doesn't want some new fabric to add to their stash?

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

Included in the giveaway is a half yard of each fabric: Pop Garden Zag Stripe in Yellow, Sugar & Spice Stripe in Red/Turquoise, Sweet Nothings Diamonds in Green, Ta Dot in Sunny Yellow, Nicey Jane Slim Dandy Stripes in Pink, 20 Sharps, a spool of 100% White Cotton thread and 5 machine quilting needles. That's 2.5 yards of fabric and some essentials for good measure.

It's easy to enter. All you need to do is leave me a comment and tell me what you think you might do with all the loot. That's it. Easy, right? One entry per person. International entries welcome. If you're a no reply blogger please remember to leave me a way to contact you. The giveaway ends at 11:59 PM, Sunday, May 29th. I'll let Random Number Generator make his pick and announce the winner when I get home on Monday, May 30th. Good luck and thanks for stopping by!

453 comments:

  1. love the fabrics! the fresh and bright colours would be great for a fun picnic quilt to take out and enjoy the sun! thanks so much for the giveaway, and come and check out mine too! =)

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  2. Great giveaway! Have a super wonderful vacation, and drink a Mai Tai for this girl! :)

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  3. Honestly, I would probably just sit and drool on it for a while. eventually, it would end up in a quilt, though. Love your blog!

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

    PS I have a giveaway on my blog, too!

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  4. I have 2 new granddaughters and I would make some fun bright toys for them! Enjoy your vacation and thanks for the opportunity!

    Karen
    SewMuch2Luv.blogspot.com

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  5. Oh wow, those would be great stash builders! Now that I've joined some bees and swaps I've realized I don't have a lot of yellow and red. So that's probably what I would use them for.
    btw - I'm a member of the Bliss group of do.Good Stitches, did you you guys lose members? Enjoy your time in Hawaii - I won't lie - I'm jealous!

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  6. Pillow covers for the cottage is what I am thinking! thanks for a lovely giveaway.
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  7. The gold spots will go in my collection for Alex Loves Heidi, the others will go in my Hexy Play Box. The needles - I'll sew with those. ;D

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  8. I agree with you, those are great binding fabrics!! Thanks for sharing in the fun, even though you're mai-tai'ing in Hawaii!

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  9. They would make very cute binding. They might also make a very cute tote bag. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. I would work on a name banner for my baby girl's new big girl room :) Thanks for the opportunity! Oh and I am a follower :)

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  11. Oooh, exactly what you said...stash builders. You never know when they will come in handy. Stripes always make me think binding.

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  12. I would make some cute little fabric storage bins for a nursery! I follow your blog, too :) Thanks for the giveaway!!

    mcintyregirl.blogspot.com

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  13. What an awesome giveaway! I'm needing some new pillows for my living room and that's my next project. I think these would be perfect!

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  14. What will I do with it? Well, the needles and thread will be used asap. The fabric... I generaly stare at it, touch it, open it up, refold it, touch it some more... until I'm inspired.

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  15. ooh some nice fabrics there! I might use them for a future block in the do.good.stitches bee :)

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  16. A really cute bright wallhanging for a really cute child.

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  17. You have great taste in fabric Hollie. Man I wish I was laying on a beach in Hawaii -- take me with you next time!

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  18. oooh, i'd follow your suggestion and use them for binding! :) beautiful giveaway! and i wish i was in hawaii! jealous!!!

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  19. I'm going to venture forth and make some little change purses, thanks for the chance for some fabric!

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  20. I think you're right - they would make nice bindings! :)Thanks for the chance!

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  21. I am definitely going to use the stripes for mini quilt bindings! I'm on a stripe kick lately. The yellow print might just become the binding of my lap sized Marshmallow Brochette lap quilt :)

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  22. Ooooh wow thanks for the generous giveaway! These would be put to good use in quilts.

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  23. Lovely fabrics, so sunny!I would probably make some bags! Thanks so much!

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  24. I have just started to work on me a fabric stash, and those fabrics are awesome! Thanks!

    doodlesstudios@gmail.com

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  25. I think I'd sit down, sew and get myself some sewing therapy. Just peaceful, happy moments.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  26. it's bags a go go here at the moment, that's what I'd make!

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  27. I'm thinking the fabric will look good as short shorts which my girl is bugging me to make.

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  28. I just bought Simple Sewing so I'd love to use these to make some projects from that book. I am defnitely thinking there's a bag lining there and maybe a summer sun hat?

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  29. I think I would need to make some fun play-items for my girls with this cute collection! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. Oh my goodness Hollie.....you know I sew want those!!! Great giveaway!

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  31. Oh, gorgeous fabrics. I'd make something for the home.. maybe some cushions? Laura x

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  32. Oh, such a pretty selection! The fabrics would make super cute bags and would also work as a skirt for my daughter. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. I'm pretty sure that the fat quarters would get make into purses. They are stunning and I would want to show them off. But they will also probably get put in quilts too.

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  34. I think I'd try a table runner with a new quilting technique - I'm really new to quilting so even something like half-square triangles is something I've never tried before! Thanks for the chance to win!

    diannelovelock AT gmail dot com

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  35. The Sugar&Spice Stripes is one of my favourite fabrics ever! I would stroke them for the next few months :)
    Bye
    Susanne

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  36. I am going to be taking over my son's room as a quilt room when my older son moves on to the Navy.. the room I get has a twin bed in it.. and of course I need to spiff it up a bit. It will become the sewing/guest room so a new quilt for that bed will be in order and this would look lovely in that new quilt :)

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  37. Lap quilt! For sure. With some solid for the background. Wonderful fabrics! Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  38. A table runner or lap quilt I would make

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  39. Lovely fabrics. I'll do some bags with them.

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  40. I will add the lot to my small stash and one day it will inspire me to do something magical!
    lorijolie@hotmail.com

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  41. Those say summer cocktail napkins to me! Assorted colors to help keep track of whose drink is whose. And a cloth topper for my lemonade pitcher to keep the bugs out! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  42. I would probably let these fat quarters become part of several quilts. I am paper piecing some hexies as a summer take along project.

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  43. I'm making quilts for friends who are adopting!

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  44. I'm on a tote bag kick right now and those look like they would be perfect for some great summer bags!

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  45. ooh defo a stripwork top/dress for my DD, and hopefully some left for a mugrug for me!

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  46. I see a diaper cover for my littlest chica and a new clutch for the mama.

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  47. Some twirly skirts for my little girl! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  48. Sew some awesome pillows for my new chairs!

    thanks for the giveaway!

    pryor.jennie@gmail.com

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  49. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  50. I'd make something out of my book one yard wonders. :)

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  51. I'd love to make some pillow covers and add some colour to our couch.

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  52. Ooh, it published me and I didn't even type anything! What would I do with the loot? I'd probably sit and stroke it!

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  53. Great giveaway, I would love to win!

    I would probably piece them together some how to make a cute little girl dress or halter!

    ~JamieS@ Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

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  54. I'm thinking cherry-stone heating pads. Never too early to beginning crafting for Christmas.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  55. What would I do with the fabric? hold it. pet it. dream of many uses for it.

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  56. OH, what beautiful fabrics! I think I would use them in a toddler quilt or two. :)

    Have a great vacation!

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  57. I would use it to make my first quilt!

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  58. great fabrics... love all the color!
    I'd mak some little girl dresses

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  59. You're right - these could make beautiful bindings. They would also mix and match beautifully in anything!
    have a great vacation!
    blueberryblues5(at)gmail

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  60. I will one of two things - table quilts or a quilt...how hard to decide! They are all great basic fabrics!

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  61. What great fabrics! I'm not much of a quilter so I'd probably make something for my daughter to wear.

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  62. I don't know exactly what i would do with them, probably use them to make some cute baby gifts. I love the bright colors.

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  63. ok, this is really sad, because i love the prints you chose, but if i won they'd go in a box. i'm moving, so, right now, everything goes in boxes! doesn't make for great blog posts, that's for sure!!

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  64. Mmmm, your binding idea is a really good one, but I had been thinking potholders.

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  65. try and make some wallets with that beautiful fabric!

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  66. I would make Black Apple Dolls with those fun fabrics! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

    Rachel

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  67. Time I saw the fabrics, my first thought was "What wonderful bindings those would make!" So yep, that's my answer.

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  68. Make a sweet rag doll and quilt.

    G'Day! I'm here for the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! Please visit me, too:
    http://www.homemakerhoney.com/2011/05/sew-mama-sew-may-giveaway-day-ends-may.html

    Deborah
    Homemaker Honey
    @Homemaker_Honey
    homemakerhoney.com
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  69. I see a clutch coming on! ;)

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  70. These would be great to add stash fabrics and make a great quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  71. I'm not sure what I would do with them other than add them to my stash...They are so pretty to look at.

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  72. Some of those stripes would be great for quilt bindings!

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  73. Beautiful! I'm into pinwheels lately. Thanks!

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  74. I am wanting to do a dresden plate quilt. I am collecting vibrant colorful fabrics for the wedges. These would be perfect for this! Thanks! Aloha!

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  75. Ooh, I would definitely make some bias tape out of these! I adore the green diamonds and think it would be cute bias for a white little girls' dress.
    Thank you for the chance to win :)
    zabecc(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  76. That's a fantastic giveaway! I'm working on a quilt right now with a lot of grey, and that yellow dot print would make a great binding for it.

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  77. Ooh lovely! I'm new to quilting and have almost done handstitching my first quilt. I would attempt my first machine stitched quilt with this beautiful lot!

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  78. I love your comment "all the loot". I see a pretty nightie for me in those colors!

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  79. I would make my daughter some clothes!!!

    alisonDblanchard [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  80. Clothes for baby girl and the scraps would go into a quilt. This would be fun to win! Thanks for the chance. jjjcwebb (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  81. I'd make a little baby quitl with this lovely fabric !
    Thanks!

    marika_ouellet@hotmail.com

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  82. i would make my first quilt!

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  83. ooo soo nice!!! I love those fabrics!!! nice summer tops for my daughter is what I see!! fenna_otten at yahoo dot ca

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  84. Oh so cute, I would make some cushions for my sofa!!

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  85. Oh, all your give-away stuff looks fabulous

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  86. I will make a new summer bag, to tote books, magazines, etc to the pool! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  87. Great giveaway. My daughter would also get clothes.

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  88. i would make a bag or clutch! something i have never done before!

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  89. so sweet, thanks for the chance to win! I think I'd use it in quilting

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  90. I would use it to make gifts for my family members. My goal is to make or thrift and renew gifts for people instead of buying everything new. More personal and better for the environment.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    crazyncrafty (at) gmail (dot) com

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  91. Skirt, skirt, skirt. That's the fabric talking. ;)

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  92. I think these prints would look great with some from my stash in one of ohfrannson's pantterns!

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  93. A summer quilt - this has June written all over it!

    fluffysheepquilting(at)gmail(dot)com

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  94. Like you mentioned, I think I would use these for quilt bindings. They would be so cute for that!

    tarapage22(at)gmail(dot)com

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  95. I'm thinking I might... make a quilt? That sounds good, right?

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  96. i'd love a chance to win! i'm currently working on a rainbow quilt for my older daughter.. and i would love to add these fabrics to her quilt! gooberific@yahoo.com

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  97. Ooh, gorgeous fabrics! If I won, I'd make a tie or a bowtie out of the yellow dot fabric for my son. Maybe I'd do the same with the sweet nothings fabric too (I actually like pinks on my boys). As for the stripes and zigzag fabrics, I'd probably save those for a quilt.

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  98. those fabrics look just perfect to embellish a vintage wool blanket I have sitting on my sewing table, waiting for the right fabrics to come along.

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  99. If I won these, I would make a quilt of course! A really sweet quilt! There are a million blocks and patterns I'm waiting to try still... I think a zig zag might be next...

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  100. I would add these beauties to a quilt!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  101. I would probably make my little girl a skirt and then use the rest for a quilt.
    kirkandalice (at) gmail (dot) com

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  102. I'm a new sewer starting my fabric stash and this is great! I would make a dress for my girl - a fall dress since she has plenty for summer

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  103. I can't believe it, but I'm actually short that yellow dot fabric for a quilt, so that would go straight there. The stripe & zigzag fabrics would be reserved for binding because I looove stripe bindings but I always forget to buy stripe fabrics.

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  104. This fabric would be lovely as edgeing on some skirts I have been wanting to make. Pair it with some corrdinating solid. It'd be adorable. lol.

    p.s. my email is khsmiles(at)juno(dot)com

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  105. A half yard of each!? Hot diggity! These would be great, as you said, for making bias tape. I am also thinking some burp cloths or bibs for the wee one that's due this fall. Thanks for the chance to win such a fabulous prize!

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  106. I'm on a big bag kick so I would probably use the fabric for that. Thanks for the chance to win!

    pstaveley(at)roadrunner(dot)com

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  107. I would use it in a skirt!! Those colors are so spring/summery, they'd be perfect. And actually, I think I'd use the yellow dot fabric to make a hat for my friend's baby before they head off to the beach!

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  108. I'm moving to university next year, so would make a quilt to cheer up my dorm room.

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  109. I'd probably make some stuffed toys for my nieces.


    craftinomicon@gmail.com

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  110. I'm thinking I'd make some organizational fabric bins. Love the variety of fabrics - - thanks for the chance!

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  111. I am a quilter so I am sure a quilt is in order. Thanks for sharing!
    Angie

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  112. You're right - those are great stash builders. I especially like the yellow dots. Half yard is just enough to make a little straight skirt for my 3 year old, so I'd probably do that and maybe make some bags.

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  113. I agree they would make great bindings! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  114. I'll be using it to make summer clothes for my daughters, and probably use some of it as accent fabrics on diaper covers as well.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  115. I know what I would do if I were to win, I would use the fabric in my charity quilts... I quilt for the world of charity stitchers..

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  116. Eventually it would probably make it into a quilt. After I stared at it for a while. That green and gray and pink stripe-y fabric looks like it would make an AWESOME purse.

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  117. I'm itching to make another bag. Thanks for the giveaway!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

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  118. Oh, lovely fabrics! I would sew some kiddo shorts and dresses, and also some pillows. Or I could be selfish and do a top for myself. Fun any way you spin it! Thanks for the generous giveaway.

    ammieloris at hotmail dot com

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  119. Yes please, add me to the list. I will be very pleased to be part of your giveaway.

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  120. WOW! That Heather Bailey would definitely be used in some capacity to jazz up my sewing room. As for the rest, I'm thinking bags, purses . . . man. The possibilities are endless!

    skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

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  121. Quilted place mats and matching coasters for me. It would be a good opportunity to try out some new quilting techniques on a smaller scale!
    fingers crossed

    me (at) sashamorgan (dot) info

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  122. The fabric is gorgeous! But...I'd use those needles to replace the one my serger just busted! ;) Thanks for the fun!

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  123. That would have to be used is a new bag or something to carry around and show off.

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  124. Ooo. I'd probably make something for me for college. The patterns are so cute!

    bunnygrrl_61793(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  125. I adore the fabrics, thanks for the chance! I would love to make dolls quilts for my charities toys this year.

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  126. I'm thinking of a flirty ruffled half apron! This would be lovely to win - thanks for the great giveaway!

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  127. i'd love to come join you on the beach but I'd settle for your lovely fabric - maybe I'd make a bag for the beach!

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  128. I'd make a patchwork bag. Thank you!

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  129. Awesome! I'd love to add this to my quilting stash.

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  130. I would probably make some sort of purse/bag out of it - love the colors!

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  131. Wonderful fabric! I'm not sure what I would do with it, but I've been wanting to make a purse of some sort and it would work great for that. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.
    jmniffer at comcast dot net

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  132. Thanks for the giveaway! I think I'd make patchwork pillows or use it for quilt binding!

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  133. I think a cute patchwork dress for my 3 year old niece would be in order if I won that fabric.

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  134. What an awesome prize! Thanks for the chance to enter. I don't know what I'd make but I sure would have fun creating it!

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  135. What adorable fabrics! I'll tell you what I would do with them. My small, 4 yr old daughter is learning to sew and she would use them to make a little tiered skirt! They are HER style, for sure!

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  136. Those fabrics are so awesome!! I'd use them in making bags or clutches, maybe even a pillow if I can squeeze one in :)

    rachaelroyce [at] gmail [dot] com

    thanks!

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  137. you're right! that would make cute bindings!

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  138. Maybe a bag?
    mindfulhome at gmail dot com

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  139. I would make a quilt. I'm just learning, but I am IN LOVE with fabrics.

    emgilley@hotmail.com

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  140. Definitely binding for most of those - they're perfect! Maybe use some in my do. Good Stitches bee blocks. :) (I'm a quilter in the Faith circle.)

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  141. Ooh, nice, I would probably learn to make quilted handbags if I won!
    etsyevan(at)gmail(dot)com

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  142. I love all those fabrics - I think maybe I'd use them to make a baby quilt - such fun bright colors would be great for a stroller quilt.

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  143. what a fab fabric selection. I need more geometrics in my quilting stash and these would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win! sophie (at) bleuvanille (dot) com

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  144. I'd definitely use the fabric in a quilt, maybe a few quilts and the other supplies to make said quilt.

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  145. I'm a new sewer with an ever-growing project list that I want to try. What I'd like to do next is make bunting for my daughter's room!

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  146. I love some dots and stripes for bias tape or quilt bindings, but some of those half yards would be perfect of little girl skirts!

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  147. I think I would get back to quilting! It's been far too long.

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  148. I'm fairly new to sewing and would probably make some little wallets with it!

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  149. Great bundle to give away, good eye for fabric :)

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  150. I LOVE strips and polka dots for quilt binding. These all look like they would make great bindings. Of course they would look great in a quilt too. Humm if I win I guess I'll have to figure it out but that's half the fun after all.

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  151. I'd use these to make a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  152. I think I'd make a big thick blanket, maybe quilted with yarn ties every few inches, and use it to read out in the backyard under the birch tree during the summer. And maybe a matching reading pillow!

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  153. I would make a quilt with these adorable fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  154. So much eye-candy, thanks for participating in Giveaway Day!

    What would I do if I won, finally make myself something.

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  155. I'd be making some fun summer twirly skirts for my 8 and 5yo daughters!

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  156. I want to make some mug rugs!

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  157. I would love to use that nicey jane to line a little pouch or two.

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  158. I think it would actually make a really cute skirt, one for me and one for my daughter.

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  159. It may end up in a quilt...or a purse...or a lovey for some sweet baby! Who knows! It's soo pretty I may not cut it for a while :)

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  160. Those fabrics are really fun! Great colors and prints. You know they'd end up in a quilt if they came to my house!
    Thanks for participating in Giveaway Day!

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  161. Hello,
    Bindings and bags would both be great with those fabrics!

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  162. great giveaway! the ta dot would be perfect with a quilt i'm currently sewing, and the rest would go into the stash until the perfect project came along. :)

    bess
    jbknav at hotmail dot com

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  163. I would like to make a new lap quilt.

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  164. they would end up in a quilt

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  165. I'd love to make a quilt for myself with these lovelies! Thanks so much for participating in Giveaway Day!

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  166. I love that you thought these would be great for bindings. I never think about my binding until the end, but I know I should! And when I read that I saw those prints in a whole new way.

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  167. Okay! Twist my arm. How lovely. What would I make. . wow. For some reason this looks like a bag or binding to me. It's super yummy!

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  168. Summer hats for my kids. They've been promised new bucket hats. This fabric would be perfect. Thanks! kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  169. They would make some awesome pillowcases!

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  170. I can imagine a very happy summer pinafore for my two year old!

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  171. I would have fun playing with this fabric and certainly put it in a quilt! Thanks so much for the chance to enter - this is great!!
    shelleylynnvogelatgmaildotcom

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  172. Nice! I like things scrappy, so they would make it into a quilt or pillow most likely. Love the fabrics you chose...

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  173. I would make pillow covers probably! thanks for the giveaway!

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  174. lovely giveaway! I'd make a quilt with the fabric.

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  175. Maybe some binding for my Mother. I've been wanting to make her some. Or, a pillow for the couch? So many choices... :)
    dvdenter (at) gci (dot) net

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  176. I'm seeing some pretty dresses and skirts for my baby girl.

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  177. Ohhh, I would make some skirts for my girls or some totes!

    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  178. I'd love to make a baby quilt - thanks for the chance :D

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  179. awesome imisswaylon@Hotmail.com

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  180. I'm not positive on specific projects, but I'd definitely want to do some patchwork projects.

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  181. I have been yearning to make some bags...these are great inspiration!

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  182. love Pop Garden! I'd make myself some zippy bags for my purse so I can look at them all the time!

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  183. What a great giveaway, I love the fabrics. After a while looking at it and hugging it, it will maybe goint to be a dress for my daughter or something in a quilt, or a goodie for a good friend...

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  184. Some of my favorite fabrics, stripes and dots. The fabric would make it's way into a quilt or quilts and the other goodies will be appreciated and used. Thanks.

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  185. Beautiful fabrics! The stripes and dots definitely for binding...the rest? Maybe pillows or to just stare at - they're so pretty. Thanks for the chance!

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  186. I would make some fabric bins for my sewing area... and I love binding with stripes!

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  187. I'll made some baby clothes :) wildkitten.handcrafts/at/gmail/dot/com

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  188. I would make a quilt and drool over it too like someone in here previously mentioned-he,he!

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  189. Thanks for the giveaway. It's lovely.

    atchisonsteph at gmail dot com
    I am not sure what I would make, probably a quilt or something to put on my table.

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  190. I am loving the stripes for some skirt for my daughter, she loves skirts.

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  191. Quilt, of course:) Thanks for the chance! thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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  192. I've been making tote bags to give to my friends and family. I'm trying to do my part to help spread the word "GO GREEN". Use fabric instead of plastic shopping sacks.

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  193. I just might need to make an apron with all of that cuteness!!!! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  194. So many ideas for these! I'm thinking some soft toys, or quilt bindings, or pillow...or...

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