Friday, November 16, 2012

A Fabric GIVEAWAY : :

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It's Fabric Giveaway Friday!

Simply Color Giveaway for Friday's Fabric Giveaway!!
    
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For this weekend's Fabric Giveaway Stash Fabrics is offering this lovely Layer Cake of V and Co.'s Simply Color Fabric Collection for Moda. This Layer Cake includes 42 - 10" square cuts of this gorgeous, colorful collection. It's perfect for quilting or any other fun patchwork project!

 You can find the full Simply Color collection available in the Stash Fabric shop 
in yardage, FQ's, and in a variety of cuts and bundles right HERE!!

Simply Color Giveaway for Friday's Fabric Giveaway!!

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 use this layer cake for? (one entry)
2. Follow Stash Fabrics on facebook, their blog, or sign up to receive their Newsletter. 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... (one optional entry)  

That’s 4 possible entries! Enter now through Monday morning, November 19th. 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! Sorry I was late -- I completely forgot!!
 
* 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!
                                        

Good Luck everyone!!! Have a great weekend! 
We'll be in our first HOME by Monday, can't wait!! 

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Thank you to all who entered this past weekend's Giveaway !! 
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  From 1,446 entries, Mr. Random says the lucky winner is...

Comment #1398 --  Carla who said...
I follow your blog via my RSS reader. Thanks for the opportunity!


Congratulations!!! I will be in touch shortly!
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1,450 comments:

  1. I'd use it for Melissa @ Happy Quilting's new pattern - Turnovers

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  2. I like Stash Fabrics on Facebook!

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  3. I want it to make a patchy chevron quilt. christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  4. I follow your blog. christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  5. I'd love to make a quilt for myself for the first time :)

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  6. I liked Stash Fabrics on facebook, they have beautiful stuff btw!

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  7. What beautiful fabrics! Lately I am making a million coin purses, and I just ordered a pattern for a clutch purse, so I'll be doing those, too. I am also working on quilts for my brother and my grandson, and just starting a scrappy quilt for my granddaughter, and these fabrics would work well in ALL of those!

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  8. Maybe a simple lattice type quilt or square in a square. Love this line.

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  9. Tweeted! :) https://twitter.com/Katisquilting/status/269432684961476608

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  10. I'd use it to make a small wall hanging or add it to other fabrics to make a larger quilt! Thank you for a chance to win.

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  11. I'm following Stash Fabrics on Facebook.

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  12. I'd make picnic blanket with it. the colors fit so well!

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  13. I just liked Stash Fabrics on facebook. :-)

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  14. tweeted https://twitter.com/liberalsprinkle/status/269433460156932096

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  15. I am a follower via GFC and use Google Reader to keep up to date!

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  16. I tweeted! @dlk3265
    https://twitter.com/dlk3265/status/269433904170139649

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  17. I would use it to make a zig zag quilt with big blocks.

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  18. a quilt of some sort would be made as that is all I do with fabric!

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  19. I love Simply Color. I think the line is full of great basics that can be used with lots of other fabrics!

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  20. Thanks for the chance to win! Not sure what I would make with it yet, maybe and Ipad cover if I get one for my birthday next month!

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  21. I like stash fabrics on facebook

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  22. I also love the idea of a zig zag quilt!

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  23. I think I'd use it for one of Jenny's Urban Abacus quilts - it would sing with these fabrics

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  24. I follow your blog & love it!
    jchlangley@gmail.com

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  25. Hi Maureen - I'm already one of your followers (aka quilting stalker)

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  26. I would us it to make drawstring bags for Christmas gifts.
    jchlangley@gmail.com

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  27. And now I'm a Stash Fabrics follower too ;o)

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  28. There are so many quilt patterns that I'd like to make it will be hard to choose just one. Which ever one gets picked it will be for ME! Thanks.

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  29. I plan to make a new quilt for my bed - just for me!! And color would be perfect.

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  30. I think I would make some patchwork curtains for my kitchen window.

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  31. I am a happy follower of your blog.

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  32. I love this collection! I'd use it in a quilt, of course. :-)

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  33. Oh my goodness! Those fabrics are gorgeous! I would definitely make a quilt since that's pretty much all I make :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  34. I have never had a layer cake, so I would probably search out a pattern to make a quilt from it. I love all these colors.

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  35. I'm following Stash Fabrics on Facebook :)

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  36. I subscribe to stash fabrics blog

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  37. Oh fun! I'd make a couch quilt. We can always use more of those and this is so bright and cheery!

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  38. I'm one of your many happy followers :)

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  39. I'd love this fabric! It is on my wishlist but, Santa doesn't alway bring me fabric goodies. I would love to make a quilt just for me with this.

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  40. fun funky colors, I might cut these into charms and looks for a fun pattern for those, maybe with a solid color or white

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  41. I just bought a half yard bundle of simply color from stash!! Expecting it to arrive today :D

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  42. What a pretty line of fabric. I love that shade of purple! I'd make a quilt.

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  43. I'd totally make a quilt... I'm just not sure what pattern I'd use.

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  44. I follow Stash Fabrics on Facebook.

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  45. I'm really into patchwork zipper pouches right now so I would probably make a couple of those.

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  46. I was thinking this might be cute on a larger scale with a more colorful color scheme!
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/85377400/baby-quilt-pattern-layer-cake-and-honey

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  47. I am not sure what I would do with it at this point. I have another layer cake that I will probably cut into charm squares for a tote. I love these fabrics. They are lovely.

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  48. I like Stash Fabrics on facebook.

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  49. I follow your blog, and on FB too - I just can't get enough of you I guess!

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  50. I follow you via Google Reader.

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  51. I love this line, I would use it on a quilt for me

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  52. I'd make fun headbands with flowers.

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  53. I'd make fun headbands with flowers.

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  54. I would make a rainbow pillow for my best friend! Thanks!

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  55. Always love a pretty layer cake!

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  56. Those prints just scream "pillows" to me! :)

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  57. I think a quilt would be in order to make.

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  58. And you've got another follower here...

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  59. Gorgeous fabrics! I'd make pillows and/or a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. I really like Simply Color! So much you could do with it. I think some kind of cool bag or maybe a patchwork skirt for my daughter. She would love all the colors! Thanks!!

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  61. I am also a follower through Google Reader!

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  62. What a great contest. I love the purple fabrics!

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  63. What lovely variety! I'd love to use this to try out a patchwork bag (or 2:). Thanks for the opportunity!

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  64. Oh I LOVE this line!! I have two charm packs, but they don't come with the ombre or dots :( I have a quilt in mind for this line, just need to get more of it ;)

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  65. I have signed up for Stash's news letter.

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  66. I love Simply Color. I'd maybe use it for some quilt as you go tote panels.

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  67. I would have to put the fabric in an open area for a while just to take in all the beauty before even thinking about cutting into it, LOL.

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  68. I'd make a quilt with crosses from squares, I don't know how the pattern is called, but you can see it everywhere

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  69. These fabrics are great - i'm sure I'd make a quilt with these, but don't have a specific pattern in mind.

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  70. I follow the Stash Fabric blog via Blogspot.

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  71. Cute cute fabrics! Table runner would be cute-

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  72. I love this line of fabric so much! Thanks for the chance!

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  73. Follow Stash Fabrics on Facebook.

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  74. Oh I love this line - thanks for the chance!

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  75. Love this line of fabrics. Colors are simply beautiful!

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  76. Now following Stash Fabrics blog...

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  77. Beautiful fabrics for a throw quilt!

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  78. This would make a lovely toddler quilt, and I think there would be enough leftovers for a sweet patchwork tote bag :)

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  79. I would use this fabric to make something for MYSELF because I love it so much! Placemats, maybe?

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  80. I'd use it to make an Urban Birthday quilt.i just love this fabric line! I'm going to order some for my stash.

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  81. these fabrics are gorgeous! I would totally make something for *me* with them-- bag, quilt, apron, nesting baskets,...

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  82. I am now following Stash Fabrics. :)

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  83. oh! and I follow your blog. thanks for the incredible giveaway offers.

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  84. I'm builing stash so this would add to my shelves for just a little while!
    lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  85. I follow Stash Fabrics on facebook!
    lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  86. I'm a follower of yours!
    lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  87. I would love to make a quilt out of this fabric.

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  88. I love this line!
    I'd make a quilt for my daughter!!

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  90. I signed up for the newsletter!

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  91. I've never used a layer cake before - I think it would be easy and cute to make a quilt from these fabrics!

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  92. I follow you with my google reader!

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  93. I have never made anything with a Layer Cake, so I'm not sure what I would do with it. But the colors are fabulous!

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  94. I'd totally make one of traceyjay's hugs and kisses quilts! it's layer cake friendly and i think it would rock in this line!

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  95. I've been looking for something to make a sewing machine cover from. I love this combination.

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  96. Thanks for the opportunity! I'm a big ol' follower of it all. :)

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  97. If I won this beauty ; I'd make a quilt for a gift or gift it to a charity

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  98. I think I would make a quilted table runner. Love the pink and grey combo!

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  99. Gorgeous bundle - I would make a triangle quilt with these lovlies!

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  100. I was just admiring this fabric earlier in the week! I found you as a link-from-a-link-from-a-link and thought your projects were beautiful. I have you in my reader to follow. cylampi at gmail.

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  101. I follow you website regularly. Thanks.

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  102. Those are great fabrics. I would make some pillows with them.

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  103. I am a happy follower of your blog.

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  104. I'd make some kind of small purse or if I was feeling ambitious add some to a patchwork skirt for my niece.

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  105. I follow you! Not sure what I'd make. I'm in stash-building mode right now. :)

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  106. I would use it for a quilt and I am a follower on facebook

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  107. I think these colors would look beautiful to make some pretty bags and totes - a great reuseable gift wrap strategy for the holidays. cylampi at gmail.

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  108. I like Stash Fabric's Facebook page.

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  109. Oh I love this line!!! Think I would make a scrappy happy quilt with this layer cake, some placemats for christmas presents, or a new cover for my sewing machine.

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  110. Tweeted the giveaway, too.
    https://twitter.com/AlphaBecky/status/269454166487859200

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  111. I am a follower here and on facebook.

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  112. I would love to make a Kings Size quilt from my Grandmother's old Flower pattern that is made with the little six sided blocks

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  113. liking stash fabrics on fb : www.facebook.com/harleywife

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  114. Good luck with the move, and a very happy life in your new home. I'd make cushions!

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  115. This fabric would make a beautiful quilt.

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  116. I like you on fb : www.facebook.com/harleywife

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  117. "liked" Stash Fabrics on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/#!/CindyDemaree

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  118. I am a follower of Stash Fabrics on fb.

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  119. I've subscribed to the newsletter!

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  120. I think a small quilt or some pillows would be great!

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  121. Love the fabric. Not sure what I would make I have to see, touch, pet and think about fabric first:)

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  122. I follow you on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/freschettapizza/app_187558248038503

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  123. Gorgeous! I would make a patchwork wallhanging like my grandmom used to make.
    Jen
    xanadu2952hotmail.com

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  124. I shared the giveaway on fb : www.facebook.com/harleywife

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  125. Christmas is coming up and I will hav 2 start sewing soon. so that fabric would b great help 2 do so!
    thanx for the giveaway!

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  126. i follow you on FB https://www.facebook.com/anne.kaffeekanne.967/favorites

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  127. I would make a layer cake rag quilt from this fabric.

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  128. I follow stash afbrics on FB: https://www.facebook.com/anne.kaffeekanne.967/favorites

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  129. I like Stash Fabrics on Facebook

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  130. I'd probably make couple baby quilts. Love simple patchwork baby quilts!!

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  131. I pinned the giveaway: http://pinterest.com/pin/198158452325951038/

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  132. I shared on Twitter!
    https://twitter.com/xsgail

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