Friday, November 2, 2012

A Fabric GIVEAWAY : :

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It's Fabric Giveaway Friday!

Project Anthologies has a wonderful 
Giveaway offer this week!
 Friday Fabric Giveaway with Project Anthologies

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Project Anthologies was created to offer people a place to find beautiful fabrics, a variety of crafting, sewing and knitting supplies, and most importantly inspiration to do a project! The fabrics offered are appropriate for anything from quilts to clothing to decoupaged furniture and home decor. You'll find that the high quality of fabrics and supplies makes being creative feel natural and you'll soon have your own collection, or "anthology", of projects to show off!

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For this weekend's giveaway Project Anthologies is offering a full yard of each of Michael Miller's Tipsy Square Canvases, in bright blue, lime, red, orange, yellow, aqua, and turquoise!  That's 7 yards total and an amazing retail value of $105! WOW!!! Someone is going to be very lucky this week!

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Friday Fabric Giveaway with Project Anthologies

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Enter to win!

Here's how,
 
1. Simply leave a comment here in this post. I'd love to know what you'd like to make with these bright and fun canvas fabrics? I think a beanbag or poof would be perfect! (one entry)
2. Follow Project Anthologies on facebook, twitter, or pinterest! Just let me know that you did by making a separate comment here to record that entry. (optional extra entry)
3. My followers get a third entry! Whether you follow me here, in your reader, or on Facebook, just let me know that you do by making a separate comment here to record that entry. (optional extra entry)

4. Help spread the word!! I know that many of you already do, so I thought it would be nice to add that as another way to enter! Whether by tweet, facebook, pin, blog, etc... (optional extra entry)
 
That’s 4 possible entries! Enter now through Monday morning, November 5th. Mr. Random will pick the winner and I will announce their name at the bottom of this post, here on the blog, I always try to have that up by 9 am EST!
 
* Note * This giveaway is open to EVERYONE! If you're a "no reply" or anonymous commenter, please remember to include your email address in your comment so that I can contact you should you win!

  
Wishing a wonderful weekend to all!!!

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Thank you to all who entered this past weekend's Giveaway !! 
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  From 1,099 entries, Mr. Random says the lucky winner is...

Comment #806 -- Stephanie who said...

Not sure what I would make, yet- but I LOVE it! 

Congratulations!!! I will be in touch shortly!
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1,116 comments:

  1. Wow! How about SEVEN floor poofs:)

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  2. They look perfect for a beach bag!

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  3. I follow Anthologies on Facebook!

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  4. I follow your blog with my google-reader.

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  5. What fun fabric! I've never worked with canvas before and would love the opportunity. Beanbags sound splendid!

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  6. Wow, Maureen, this is a fabulous offer. I have no earthy idea what I would do with them, but I would love to have them hanging around here at my house while I think about it. :D

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  7. I'm a very faithful follower. :)

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  8. Oh, and I follow you in Google Reader!

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  9. I would love to make small pouches and pencil cases with these fabrics!

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  10. Wow, what a great giveaway, thank you. I think you're idea of making a beanbag chair is perfect for this! My kids would love it :)

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  11. I'm a follower in google reader.

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  12. I think that fabric would make a great tablecloth!

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  13. I could see some giant floor pillows being made from this.

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  14. I am following Project Anthology on pinterest. Thanks!

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  15. They would make great tote bags and metal frame pouches. I might have to share the joy with such a generous amount if I win.

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  16. I am a follower of yours. Thanks so much!

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  17. I would like to make some seat cushions for my kitchen chairs.

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  18. I think we need some colorful giant floor pillows!

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  19. Once I have my power back I think making a layered skirt would be so fun in this fabric! Take me out I this cold dark week :P !

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  20. Awesome pillows!! Thanks for the fantastic giveaway!

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  21. I follow project anthologies on Facebook :)

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  22. I follow you on Facebook as well :)

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  23. Following your blog, too! Mr. Random, we have a date you keep missing.

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  24. I would totally make a beach bag!

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  25. wow the colors are amazing! I'd mAke some cushion covers and a market tote.

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  26. Love these fabrics! I think I need to make some fun pillows!

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  27. I follow Anthologies on Pinterest!

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  28. What joyful fabrics!!!! Just shouting Welcome Summer! I would make a Beach Quilt! Canvas is perfect and the colors are awesome!

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  29. Great colors, simple graphic design, can't wait to play with it!

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  30. I think throw over sized throw pillows would be a great thing for these. Brighten up a room for sure!

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  31. I would love to my floor cushions for the family room! Such amazing colours

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  32. A large floor pillow or bean bag would be perfect for this fabric. WOW!

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  33. I can't resist those bright fabrics :)
    I'd sew a bag perhaps or a pillow - perfect for a spring project :)

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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  34. I would love to recover my wicker furniture with this!

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  35. I'm your follower - thank you so much for the giveaway!

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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  36. And I, of course, follow you in Facebook ;)

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  37. I would make bright, beautiful pillows for the living room in a heartbeat. Sold!

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  38. I am thinking of making pre-school poufs.

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  39. Pretty and Bold! Just what I need after a week of rain!!

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  40. I would make a couple of bags and maybe some "quillows" for my nieces and nephews for Christmas... the canvas would make them a little more durable.

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  41. I follow Project Anthologies on FB.

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  42. I think these would make great chair cushions - very cheerful. Thanks to all for an amazing giveaway!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  43. I want to use these fabrics to cover my sewing room chairs....what fun!!!!

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  44. Thanks for the intro to Project Anthologies - like them on Facebook now, and signed up for their newsletter! Many thanks for the giveaway!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  45. I'm a follower! Thanks for all of your fabulous giveaways!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  46. I would like to make some great cushions with this fabric. find me at lesley_ann_dean@yahoo.co.uk.Thank you

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  47. these would be fun for outdoor placemats or seat cushions.

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  48. I would probably make pretty outdoor pillows.

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  49. These would be great for some oversized shopping totes!

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  50. Wow these are gorgeous! I like the idea of a floor poof. Was it Amy Butler that had the huge round one? Not sure, but that would be a fun project for these fabrics.

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  51. I follow Project Anthologies on FB (http://www.facebook.com/gadget19)

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  52. I follow you through RSS and FB!

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  53. I like anthologies on facebook

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  54. Tweeted your giveaway! (https://twitter.com/_livelovecreate/status/264362334275923968)

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  55. I think these would make cute tote bags! juli.doshan@gmail.com

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  56. oh a yard each thats incredible...I would make some big cushion like chairs for the kids

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  57. I follow Project Anthology on both Facebook and Pinterest now. juli.doshan@gmail.com

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  58. I follow you on Facebook. juli.doshan@gmail.com

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  59. i Follow Project Anthologies on facebook

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  60. I would like to make a backpack and a floor pillow for my girls!

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  61. I now follow projectanthology on twitter. thecraftinfiend

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  62. I am thinking that these fabrics would make some great pillows! How fun!

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  63. tweeted https://twitter.com/thecraftinfiend/status/264363900374507520

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  64. I follow Project Anthologies on Facebook.

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  65. I think this would make a beautiful picnic blanket and pillows for the porch! Maybe even a colorful baby blanket!

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  66. I follow Project Anthologies on facebook, and pinterest.

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  67. I also follow you on your blog and facebook.

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  68. I have shared this on facebook!

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  69. That print is amazing! I'm not sure what I would make, perhaps some lunch totes or small zip bags.

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  70. I follow project Anthologies at Facebook! Thanks so much for having giveaway!!

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  71. I follow Project Anthologies on facebook!

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  72. I follow you on facebook as well!

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  73. I love the bright colors in this fabric! I think some floor pillows would be wonderful and a bag.

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  74. That's fun. I would make some bags. Thanks

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  75. I am about to create a sewing room out of a bedroom, I think some large floor pillows would be great! This is one amazing giveaway, hope I win!
    Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  76. Its almost Christmas time and i was planning on making some tote bags and some makeup bags to giveaway as gifts this would be perfect!!!!

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  77. I followed Project Anthologies on facebook.
    lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  78. I followed project anthologies on facebook :)

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  79. Wow more giveaway! I never win giveaway before . Hope to have the luck this time! Follow you vat blogger

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  80. I am a facebook follower of yours!
    lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  81. I shared the giveaway on facebook <3

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  82. I love these bold colours - like the idea of a bean bag or floor cushions. I follow your blog.

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  83. Wow I would make christmas gifts for my newphews and niece bedroom! Thanks for the chance to win

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  84. What fabulous colours! I'd love to make a picnic quilt (or two!!)

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  85. I would love to make tote bags out of these!

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  86. I (love) follow(ing) you on facebook.

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  87. Liked Project Antho ogies. Ü Thanks.

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  88. marlene
    i'd make a quilt for picnics or maybe curtains in the sunroom
    mlejan@sasktel.net

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  89. i follow you on facebook too
    mlejan@sasktel.net

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  90. I think these would have to be turned into fun christmas pressies for the nieces/nephews - maybe cute little backpacks?

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  91. I follow your blog and Facebook page!

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  92. Great fabrics! I think they would make some cute pillows or seat cushions for some wood chairs.

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  93. Hi Maureen; you know it would go into a bed size quilt. thanks

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  94. I follow Project Anthologies on facebook.

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  95. I now follow Project Anthologies on Facebook too!

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  96. Is love to make a fun summer quilt and matching beach bag with that fabric.

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  97. I follow Project Anthologies on facebook!

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  98. This would be fantastic! Finally the inspiration to recover one of my living room chairs, patchwork style.

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  99. I follow your blog. Thank you.

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  100. To start, I would recover my grandson's little chair with one of them! Then a bright kid's quilt.

    Love to win!

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  101. I shared on twitter!
    https://twitter.com/xsgail

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  102. I think a picnic blanket would be amazing with these!

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  103. I would probably use the fabrics to decorate my sewing room which I am currently trying to organize and improve. I want to spend more time actually sewing and think these fabrics would look great in there.

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  104. Nice. Maybe I'll make a poof with them.

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  105. i shared the post on facebook
    mlejan@sasktel.net

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  106. i liked project anthologies on facebook too
    mlejan@sasktel.net

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  107. Love the fabric, bright, happy colors! I'm not sure what I'd make....

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  108. I follow Project Anthologies on facebook.

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  109. What fun fabric! I would love to make some fun pillow covers with it!

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  110. I follow Project Anthologies on Facebook.

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  111. Oooo this is brilliant - I've notseen it before and it would be amazing to play with!! Another great giveaway!

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  112. I like Project Anthologies on FB!

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  113. Yay I am a follower of yours :) Super givbeaway - I would love to trim some towles with it and make a border on my fabric bathtub/shower curtain outer bit to jazz up my bathroom!!!

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  114. This colorful fabric would make some awesome bags!

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  115. I would make canvas totes with this adorable fabric.

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  116. I liked Project Anthologies on facebook.

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  117. I follow Project Anthologies on FB.

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  118. I shared about your giveaway on facebook.

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  119. I might be tempted to make a bag, or I like the idea of a bean bag, and of course quilts are always an option!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  120. I would absolutely make a reversible tote bag!!

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  121. maybe make a picnic quilt. the colors are so cheerful.

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  122. I follow you in Google Reader.
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  123. Liked Project Anthologies on Facebook

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  124. I follow project anthologies on pinterest.

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  125. I would make cushions for the playroom! So fun!

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  126. I think they'd make great pillows!

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  127. I follow project anthologies on facebook!

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  128. Wow, with 7 yards! Quilt front, quilt back, and then a bunch of other projects with leftovers! That's seriously generous giveaway!

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  129. I now follow Project Anthology on Pinterest (wywsdesigns)

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  130. Totslly gorgeous! Wow! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  131. I'm one of your followers on facebook.

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  132. I've liked Project Anthologes on Facebook.

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  133. I'm following Project Anthology on Pinterest

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  134. Following on Facebook. Also, I must have skimmed over the word canvas. Ha! A canvas quily might not be super cozy. I suppose it could maybe be like a picnic blanket?

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  135. I've also shared this in Pinterest and on my facebook. Thanks for all the chances to win.

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  136. I follow your blog by RSS feed.

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  137. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter. A weekender bag would be oh so cool too. A matching cosmetic bag and a kindle cover.....I need to stop now! lol

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