Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Giveaway Day! NOW CLOSED


Hello!! Welcome if you're here visiting from the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day, hi to all the regulars! I'm so glad you came by and hope you'll stay awhile.  This is my first time participating in Giveaway Day despite many years of clicking around blogland being introduced to new, creative blogs.
 

Having a little girl in the family this last year and a bit has seen a huge influx of girly fabric to my stash, not necessarily pinks and the like but for this giveaway it certainly is!  I'm totally crushing on geometric prints at the moment and these fabrics tick so many boxes. From the Simpatico range by Michelle Engel Bencsko for Cloud 9 fabrics, these organic cottons are great for a range of uses. I'm offering up half a metre (20 inches) of each fabric pictured above.

Here's how to enter:
* leave a comment on this post letting me know how you'd use this fabric.
* get a second bonus entry - in a separate comment let me know that you follow this blog, or become a follower and let me know.

Please be sure to have a current email address either in your comment or attached to your profile!

Giveaway open internationally!

GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.

337 comments:

  1. Best friends of our are expecting a baby girl next year, this would make an awesome baby quilt!

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  2. I'd probably make pillows or a mini quilt for my daughter's room! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  3. I would make a table runner with the fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  4. So cute! I think I would make a little doll-carrier for my two-year old daughter. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. I think the fabric would make a wonderful quilt. Lovely!

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  6. Yum, those colour combos are scrummy and I love geometric prints too! Thanks for the chance to win them. The stripes look alot like the Lizzy House ones. I don't know what I would make with them, they would sit on my shelf and be folded and refolded many times before I came to a decision.

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  7. I would love to make a simple tote of them - and just let the geometrics speak instead of the pattern of the bag. Lovely!

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  8. I follow via Feedly. :) Great Blog!

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  9. I see a great bag with these prints! One I would keep for myself!

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  10. I love these prints, I think they'd be perfect for the Sidekick Bag pattern by Anna from Noodlehead blog. And there would probably be enough leftover to make some fantastic cushions(pillows). Thanks so much for the great giveaway.

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  11. I'm a new follower via Bloglovin, thanks again!

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  12. I'd make some adorable cloth diapers with them. Happy Holidays!
    hiccupsandsunshine(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. i follow via bloglovin.I love the fabric and I make pillows..

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  14. I would definitely use it for a quilt!
    Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. I would use these fabrics to make dresses for my soon to be first grand daughter... :)

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  16. I would make something for myself - maybe a skirt. love the fresh modern style of this range

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  17. I need a new tablet case and I think these colours would work beautifully.
    emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

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  18. I follow with GFC.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  19. I think the fabric would make a wonderful pillow.

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  20. Thanks for a great giveaway. I would use these to make a baby quilt for a friend.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  21. Beautiful fabrics! I would make my baby girl a few new skirts. Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  22. Hello! Id make some pillows! Thanks for the chance!

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  23. I would use these beauties to make a baby quilt for a nice little girl which is 2 months old now. I'm sure she will like it :)

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  24. Thanks for the chance! These fabrics just scream pillows to me. Although apparently most fabrics do because I find myself having to change out my pillows every other week just to get through all the pillows I've made!

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  25. Those would be so pretty in a baby quilt!!

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  26. I'd like to make a baby quilt for my baby due in February. I have one almost finished, but I don't particularly like it--I started it before I knew whether this one was a girl or boy, and while I'm not the pink and ruffly type, it is a bit too GN for my taste. Although actually I just don't like it much, not sure why.

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  27. I would make a small quilt for my granddaughter. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

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  28. I am a follower via bloglovin.

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  29. The fabrics are lovely - they'd make a wonderful baby quilt. Thanks.

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  30. I'm a new follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  31. They'd probably go into my stash set aside for bag making ;)

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  32. My very beat friend is having a baby girl at any moment!! I have the cutest little stuffed weiner dog pattern I have been looking for the perfect collection of fabric to make it with and this would be sooo perfect!

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  33. I'd love to make a pretty and mod pillow for a designer friend of mine who loves orange and just had a baby girl!

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  34. I'm a new follower via Google Friend Connect

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  35. I think I would make a table runner. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  36. These beauties would go well with many in my stash for a pinwheel style quilt on my to-do. Simply delicious.

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  37. a mod baby quilt for sure
    fiveninesix@gmail.com

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  38. I am a new follower via Bloglovin:-)

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  39. I'm not quite such what project I'd use it on just yet, but I can easily see those pretties in a quilt or zippy pouch. Thanks for the chance to win them!

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  40. i have a niece on the way. i think i'd use the fabrics in a quilt for her.

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  41. I have a niece, so I would do pillows for her room!

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  42. Great fabrics! Geometric prints are some of my favorites. These would look great as part of a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  43. I would use this in a quilt! Thank you!

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  44. I don't know what I've use the fabric for, but it would probably be something for me. I love those fabrics and colors too much to not use them for myself!

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  45. I would add some more pink, orange and then some gray and make a quilt!

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  46. I would mix it with a few other fabrics and make a baby quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  47. I would use this fabric to help decorate my 3 daughters new shared bedroom! Thanks.

    courtneyahrenholtz at gmail.com

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  48. I would use these for matching dresses for my nieces. Thanks!

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  49. what lovely prints, I would use it for my littlest daughter, she could use some cushions for her crib

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  50. i'd love to make a cover for my stand mixer!

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  51. I'm thinking a bag... what lovely fabrics!

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  52. I come from a family of 4 sisters and now we have two little girls in our house. And among my mom's 9 grandkids, there are only two boys, so no shortage of girls here. I would make some little peasant dresses for baby gifts.

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  53. This fabric would definitely become a quilt. It's gorgeous, thanks for the chance!

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  54. I just had a little girl and she is going to need some "mommy made" clothing :). These are beautiful and would be perfect for some spring outfits!

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  55. They are the perfect colors for a purse or tote bag so that is what I'd probably make.

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  56. those are soo pretty! We're expecting a baby in June and these would be fun to make some baby items with!

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  57. I would definitely use it in a quilt! Love these, so pretty!

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  58. these would make a beautiful bag! thanks for the chance to win :)

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  59. I'm really into making pillows right now, since I figured out how to do the back, which was actually super easy! Anyhow, thanks for the chance!

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  60. I would use it to make pretty totes! :) Thank you! stephaniedoiron1@gmail.com

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  61. these fabrics would be great in a pillow!

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  62. I'd love to make a fun tote bag!

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  63. That fabric is great! My cousin is having a baby girl the end of January and this would be great in a quilt for her :)

    kari.morrison@hotmail.com

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  64. Baby quilt! Or maybe a dress with lots of details for my little daughter. Feliz Party Dress, maybe! Thanks for the chance.

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  65. I would use it to make a lap quilt!

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  66. Hi. I'd mix it with some other fabrics I have. I didn't think I really liked orange but am drawn to it and used it in the first quilt I made a couple months ago. Blue and orange with white.

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  67. I love using geometric fabric for bags! Love these thanks for the chance to win!!

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  68. I started following you on blogger.com

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  69. They seems perfect for some nice bags!

    jachelno(at)gmail(dot)com

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  70. I see a handbag with this material! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  71. I've been collecting a lot of geometrics lately, I think I will soon have enough for a really modern quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  72. I am planning on making a quilt for my daughter. We are redoing another room in our house for her, and this fabric would be so much fun to use in her quilt.

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  73. I would uer these in a table runner and placemat set. Thank you for the chance to enter

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  74. Lovely fabric- it would make nice throw pillows. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  75. I'd love to make a picnic quilt!

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  76. I have a niece who loves orange and pink so I would like to make something for her -- maybe a tote bag and zip pouch.

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  77. I would use those fabrics in a quilt.

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  78. Being as I usually only sew quilts, I'm sure that is what it would become. I think it would make a great quilt for a young girl. Thanks for the chance.

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  79. I'm starting a new paper peicing BOM in january and these fabric choices wold be perfect.

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  80. I would make a backpack for my daughter with this!

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  81. I never got any Simpatico, and I always wanted some! I'd put them in a quilt -- hopefully for my expecting friend who already has three boys! Thank you!

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  82. these could be fun as backing for a kid quilt!

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  83. so so pretty, I think they would have to go into a bag I want to make, the colors are perfect

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  84. These look kind of throwpillowish to me. The fabric is modern and simple, and that's good.

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  85. A PATCHY SKIRT!
    emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com
    thanks!

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  86. I would make a patchwork bag for myself!

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  87. Love to make a funky purse or bag. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. I'd make a lovely baby quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  89. I would make a quilt top. Congrats on your new little one!

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  90. I'd make pillowcases so I could see them all the time! Thank you for the giveaway

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  91. I would make a top for my one year old girl!
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  92. I am a new follower :)

    p.s. do you know your word verification is on?

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  93. I would definitely turn them into a beautiful messenger bag

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  94. I follow you through Blog Lovin'

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  95. I'd make a doll quilt for my daughter (well, her doll). Shhh! Don't tell her!

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  96. I would love to use these to make little zip pouches, or maybe bib/burp cloth sets for babies.

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  97. i'd make some zip pouches or patchwork pillows! thank you.

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  98. I would use them to make a small quilt for my granddaughter and add some scraps that will coordinate. Thanks for the chance to win. Those fabrics are lovely.

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  99. This fabric wants to become pillows for my livingroom

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  100. These would make a great bag. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  101. I am happy to follow you on Bloglovin. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  102. This would make a beautiful tote bag for my sewing or knitting supplies!

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  103. I'm not sure what I would make. I like to feel and hold the fabric to decide how to use it. It isn't illegal to fondle fabric is it?

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  104. I would love to make a triangle quilt for my girls using this modern prints :)

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  105. I am following via bloglovin :)

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  106. They will make a beautiful tote bag.

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  107. Great fabrics! I'd make a baby girl quilt, of course ;) Thanks! (charlottesgraceforacure{at}gmail{dot}com)

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  108. I'm sure it will be part of a quilt in some way. linhs4real@aol.com

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  109. I am currently gathering fabrics for a Scrappy Burgoyne Quilt featured in American Patchwork and Quilting - these would be perfect!

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  110. I want to try making a potholder with those:)

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  111. They will be good stash builders for someone (me) who has a very small one!

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  112. I would use it to make a tote for yoga class.

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  113. This would make a great baby quilt!

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  114. Ruffle dresses or skirts for little girls!

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  115. I love the fabric. I might make a pair of shorts for my oldest daughter or a dress for my baby. Thank you so much.

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  116. Probably to start with I'd pet them, mostly. Then I'd hang on to them until it's next time to make a baby girl quilt!

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  117. I think this would be a lovely quilt for a baby esp in a modern room.

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  118. I would make pillow cover to add a pop of color to a room.

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  119. I started following you on bloglovin

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  120. I would use the fabric to make a tote bag.

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  121. I would love to try to make the Aeroplane bag by Sara Lawson. It would look great in these prints. Many thanks!
    emyerly(at)wideopenwest(dot)com

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  122. I think I would use it to make some outfits for my baby girl. It's gorgeous fabric! :)

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  123. I'd try to make a quilt or crib sheet for my daughter.

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  124. I'd incorporate it into a roygbiv quilt (always seem to be lacking in the orange department!)

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  125. I think I'd make some doll quilts for my daughter.

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  126. I would use the gorgeous fabric to make a little Mod dress for my 16 mo. old granddaughter. Thanks, Kathy
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  127. I follow on bloglovin'.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  128. Guarantee I'd use it in a quilt, it's too cute to sit on my shelf. Thanks

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  129. I think I would make a cute little bag with these!

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  130. I think these would make a stunning table runner or topper.
    senstrings(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  131. gorgeous fabric. I would use it to make a quilt for my niece I think :-)

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  132. I'd make something for my granddaughters. Thanks!

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  133. I think a sweet little girls dress would be perfect with these fabrics!

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  134. I'd use it in a quilt I'm planning to start.

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  135. I have a new granddaughter coming in February so would like to make a quilt or blanket.

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  136. I need some desktop baskets and I love orange - these fabrics would mixit up well.

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  137. I would definitely be making a quilt out of this! Too fun.:) Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  138. These could fit in perfectly in the quilt I am planning

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  139. I'd use them in a quilt or a bag. Thanks for the chance to win. ksmith8@emich.edu

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  140. I would make a rag doll, quilt, pillow, and carry bag. I make dolls. Please visit my Etsy shop to see some pictures.

    Deborah
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  141. I would make cushions for my new lounge suite. Thanks for a chance to win these gorgeous fabrics.

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  142. Maybe a new table runner or a baby quilt (I'm obssessed with baby quilts).

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    lauramdd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. I think I'd make cushions!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    skmcgrat@tcd.ie

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  144. Thank you for the giveaway! I would love to make some bedroom cushions and maybe a bed runner for my room!

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  145. I enjoyed reading your blog! I follow now w/ GFC

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  146. This would make a great lining for a cashmere/wool blend coat I'm going to make my daughter for the winter.

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  147. I'd like make a pillow or a bag.

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  148. I think I have just the right fabrics in my stash to add to these for a sweet modern quilt

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  149. Those would be perfect for a new bag for my little girl to carry her piano books and sheet music in!

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  150. so cute! i would make something for my daughter. maybe some summer shorts or skirts.

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  151. I am thinking a bag or some shirts for my little girl

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  152. That fabric would make some fab pillows for my sewing room - or maybe as some doll clothes for my 7 year old's doll!

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  153. That fabric is so pretty, I think it would make a wonderful lap quilt with some whites and greys.

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  154. I'd use this fabric for a quilt My SIL and I are working on together using fabric and crochet. Thanks for participating! :)

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  155. I would make a cute sundress for my toddler niece or maybe a set of cushions for my couch - so yummy!

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  156. My daughter (23 months) wants a baby sling for her dolls to match Mama's for the baby (5 months) :)

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