Friday, January 4, 2013

A Fabric GIVEAWAY : :

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It's Fabric Giveaway Friday!

Kumari Garden for Friday's Fabric Giveaway!!

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small 274 x 137Southern Fabric has been an online fabric shop since 2004. They are located in the heart of middle Georgia, have a very experienced staff that specializes in customer service, and sell top quality quilting fabrics and precuts from Moda, Westminster, Free Spirit, Riley Blake and Alexander Henry!
 
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We hope you enjoy visiting their sites!!  

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For this weekend's giveaway Southern Fabric is offering a Layer Cake of Kumari Garden! Designed by Dena Fishbein, this assortment includes 10" pre-cut squares in twelve different prints, two of each print from the beautiful Kumari Garden collection, in the entire Pink Palette!!

Kumari Garden for Friday's Fabric 
Giveaway!!

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Enter to Win!

Here's how,
 
1. Simply leave a comment here in this post. It can be any ol' comment, but I would really love to know how often you stash pre-cuts? (one entry)
2. Follow Southern Fabric on Facebook. 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, January 7th. Mr. Random will pick the winner and I will announce their name at the bottom of this post, right here on the blog!
 
* 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!

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Thank you to all who entered this past weekend's Giveaway!! 

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  From 1,731 entries, Mr. Random says the lucky winner is...

Comment #1372 -- Cheryl, who said...
I'm a follower of Southern Fabric on Facebook.

Congratulations!!! I will be in touch shortly!

1,760 comments:

  1. I stash them fairly often since my LQS has a great selection :)

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  2. I follow Southern Fabric on FB

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  3. Wow, this fabric is gorgeous! I usually only buy pre-cuts with a specific project in mind! SO maybe, once a month or less. Thanks.

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  4. I am, of course, a follower of yours! Thanks.

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  5. I spent the last two weeks cutting up scrapes into squares and rectangles. My intention is to use these scrapes by the end of the year. Love the fabric and I always make a pink and green quilt each year.

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  6. I usually buy either yardage -either 1/2 yes for small projects or 3-5 yds for clothing. So often there are a few prints in a collection that I don't love, and I'll pick out the "must-haves" instead.

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  7. I don't stash too much since most of my precuts are bought online when I can afford them.
    Thank you for the chance. :)

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  8. I really like pre-cuts, it makes things so much easier, I'm not very good at cutting a straight line, I'm going to work on that this year or I will have to find a way to buy a fabric cutting machine that does a better job of it.

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  9. I am horrible about stashing precuts. They seem so perfect in their beautifully-packaged splendor... I have a hard time breaking the seal. Using what I have is my top goal of the year, so I plan to stash less and use more :-)

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  10. and I pinned the giveaway
    http://pinterest.com/pin/271130840038508707/

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  11. I follow Southern Fabrics on Facebook.

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  12. I am a happy follower of your blog. (Happy New Year!)

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  13. Tweeted the giveaway, too.
    https://twitter.com/AlphaBecky/status/287194129316843521

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  14. I buy fat quarter bundles a few times and year and occasionally charm square packs - the rest of my stash is yardage.

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  15. I don't buy precuts too often anymore, I tend to buy mostly 1/2 yd cuts. Thanks for the give away!

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  16. I follow you in Reader - thanks for another chance at a wonderful giveaway!

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  17. I follow you on fb I love precursor use them monthly if I can

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  18. Love love love this fabric!

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  19. I buy pre cuts every couple of months...when I find a great on line deal.

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  20. I used to buy FQ bundles a lot more, so I could do a quilt from a complete line, but Jeni's color series got me away from that. Only when I'm very in love do I buy a full bundle anymore.

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  21. I try not to stash TOO often because then I will have way too many UFOs :)

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  22. I have been commissioned to make a quilt for my cousin's daughter who just graduated from college... she adores pink, so how lucky would I be to have these lovelies to include?!?

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  23. I am a follower of you on facebook as well :)

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  24. I'm following Southern Fabric on FB :)

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  25. I now follow Southern Fabric on FB!

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  26. I haven't used pre-cuts often just because they tend to be more expensive than yardage, but I have been searching for a layer stack to use as I think it will make a quilt go much faster! :D

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  27. I now follow Southern Fabric on FB!

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  28. Follow Southern Fabric on FB

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  29. I add to my stash when I see a fabric that inspires me.

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  30. I follow your personal page on facebook! :D

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  31. I never used a layer cake befor but may try the stack and whack approach!

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  32. If I said how many pre-cuts I actually buy people might consider me a hoarder...needless to say I purchase quite a few!

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  33. am following Southern Fabric on FB

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  34. Hi Maureen - love the fabric line. Thanks for the op.

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  35. I follow Southern Fabric on Facebook.

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  36. I have shared this give away on FB.

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  37. wow gorgeous prints and such happy colors!

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  38. I stash them all the time. They are too pretty to use but I need to start. Thank you for the chance.

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  39. I don't think I've ever stashed precuts. Thanks for the opportunity to start!

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  40. I have shared this post on Facebook.

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  41. I follow you on facebook and your blog. I just love seeing the beautiful work you do.

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  42. I don't get precuts too often. I do like solid jelly rolls to save some time!

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  43. Good morning! Following & sharing :)

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  44. I share your blog with my friends.

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  45. I am still a beginner quilter, so I don't really stash pre-cuts.
    Lis

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  46. I would love to start making totes for gifts this year. I loved your latest Tote on you blog.

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  47. I started following Southern Fabric.

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  48. Still following you on FB. This would make the cutest girly items.

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  49. I never used to buy precuts, but recently I've been buying layer cakes fir my stash and jelly rolls are awesome for binding!

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  50. I do buy pre-cuts but have a hard time using them up so they stay in the stash. I got to get over that. :D

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  51. I am a follower of Southern Fabric on Face Bk.

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  52. I am new to pre-cuts as I am an old school grandma seamstress, but I would love to start using them. They look like so much fun!

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  53. I pretty much always buy precuts (especially layer cakes and charm packs)for a specific project in mind unless there is a super fantastic sale on fat quarters.

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  54. I love pink....Iam kinda new to this. I love everything I see.

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  55. I "liked" Southern Fabric on FB.

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  56. Such a beautiful giver. I'm a follower. Luck to all!

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  57. I do have precuts in my stash. If they are on sale or something I will get them whether I have plans for them or not,, I know they will get used.

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  58. Love your fabrics....following on Face Book.

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  59. And I already "liked" your FB page :)

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  60. Such a beautiful giveaway! Good Luck to everyone.

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  61. I don't stash precuts often but I would love to start!

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  62. I like your facebook page, and would love to win.

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  63. I don't buy many pre cuts, I usually buy yardage, but I still have plenty of pre cuts in my stash :)

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  64. Beautiful!
    lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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

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  66. Brilliant fabrics and love the giveaway.

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  67. I already follow Southern Fabric

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  68. Pre-cuts are great and a wonderful way to economically purchase new fabrics....sort of the candy of the fabric world!

    Kumari Gardens are a line I've been waiting for for a long time!

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  69. I follow Southern Fabric on facebook.

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  70. I love getting charm packs when I can, I tend to squirrel pre-cuts away and just pet them in my stash.

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  71. I already follow you on facebook

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  72. I follow Southern Fabric on facebook!
    lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  73. I follow Southern Fabric on FB

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  74. I shared this giveaway on facebook.

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  75. And I follow Southern fabric on fb.

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  76. I also shared on fb ^_^ who wouldn't like a chance to get some lovely fabric!?!

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  77. I am just starting to collect again and. Smaller pieces help when making scrap quilts.

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  78. I am a follower of yours on Face Bk. too.

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  79. Love this fabric line! I don't buy precuts... yet! I am planning to learn quilting this year though, so it may become a new fabric addiction for me! I definitely love looking at all those lovely stacks! :)

    flowerbubbleskids(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. I love pre-cuts, I often find myself with jelly rolls and charm packs, which are good for little projects or small quilts.

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  81. I stash yarn more than fabric, but it's quickly gaining ground.

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  82. I follow Southern Fabric on Facebook.

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  83. I am always on the lookout for building the stash. I am just learning to quilt and I've decided you can't have enough fabric!

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  84. I have shared this Give Away on my F. Bk. page too.
    Gorgeous fabric for the winner too.

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  85. Follower and love the Southern Fabric site too!!!! (bsgals2001@yahoo.com)

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  86. I follow you on Facebook and by email. :)

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  87. I just started working with precuts - used up one and am ready to use up the one I got this summer - love to have another waiting in the wings!!

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  88. I follow by Google Friend Connect.

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  89. I shared on my Facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/FavoriteLittlePrincess

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  90. About half of what I buy is precuts, if you count fq's too. I think I'm running through about half of everything, and renewing the stash as I can. I don't always buy with a project in mind, but I earmark much of it right away. That said, I seem to have a stash secreted away that can only be described as kid's fabrics. Not an awful lot, mind you, but my kids are teenagers! Subconsciuos prep for grandkids?

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  91. I often stash precuts to make little projects for my daughter.

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  92. and now i follow Southern Fabrics, too.

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  93. Love precuts but I only stash when I find a good sale! Currently on a fabric diet so these would be a guilt free addition.

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  94. I follow you on gfc, fb, and pinterest, and in the Maureen Cracknell flickr group!Inf

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  95. I stash my pre cuts in a separate basket in my cabinet. They stay packaged together until I use them.

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  96. I follow Southern Fabric on Facebook.

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  97. My stash is steadly growing!! I am following you on FB and I could use more stash! :) Thank you for the great giveaway and more than one chance to win it! :)

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  98. My stash is growing! Usually buy precuts only when I have a particular something in mind--except for a few charm packs I could not resist.

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  99. I follow southern fabric on Facebook.

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  100. I like Southern Fabric on Facebook.

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  101. I rarely stash pre-cuts unless they are on sale.

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  102. I'm not really often buying disigner's fabrics, because of its price. My stash is still not so big. I think the charm pack is a good option.

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  103. I follow you through RSS feed and Facebook.

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  104. I follow Southern Fabrics on Facebook!

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  105. I follow you on FB and have been watching Craftsy tutorials. I'd like to use these to start learning to quilt. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  106. I follow you on Facebook!

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  107. Love love this fabric! I am starting a stash to make a quilt.

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  108. I am now a follower on facebook.

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  109. I buy pre-cuts only few times a year, usually I buy yardage =)

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  110. I've liked Southern Fabric on FB~

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  111. Gorgeous fabric. I choose precuts occasionally. I prefer to have larger pieces to dig into because I am sick of never having enough!

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  112. I've been your follower on FB and RSS =)

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  113. I haven't got a stash but this could be a welcome start!!!

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  114. I typically buy yardage, and only buy pre-cuts if I have a particular project in mind. There are some collections I'm tempted to buy as pre-cuts, though, just so that I can get the entire line of fabric.

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  115. I follow you via Google Reader. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  116. I use to stash everything, but am trying to get out of the habit. I'm now trying to just pick up what I need project by project. I don't have the space anymore. Also, I have some beautiful fabric collections now that I'm just waiting to find the perfect pattern for, but I hate waiting to use the collections...lol

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  117. I stash charm packs about once a month. I can't resist! Love getting a little piece of a whole fabric line! Thanks!!

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  118. I don't really have much of a stash. I tend to more buy what I need instead of what I WANT.

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  119. I follow Southern Fabric on Facebook now.

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  120. I don't stash since I only buy what I can afford

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  121. I adore precuts and stash when they are an absolute bargain. Precuts are great for older children learning to quilt. My 9 yr old daughter recently made her first quilt using two charm packs (i'm not keen to let her near the rotary cutter just yet!).

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  122. I follow your blog. Thanks for all the great ideas and the fabulous giveaways!

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  123. I follow Southern Fabric on Facebook now.

    Thank you!

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  124. I have a couple of Charm packs but that is all!!!

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  125. Not as often as I would like, but I do keep some pre-cuts on hand at all times; they can really speed up part of the process! :)

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  126. I'm a follower of your blog and Facebook; thanks for the chance!

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  127. I follow Southern Fabrics on FB!!

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  128. I only use precuts for quilts! This set is gorgeous!!!

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  129. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/mimistarquilter/status/287203486653890560

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  130. I usually buy yardage, but sometimes the precuts (like this collection) are just too much eye candy to resist!

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  131. I am a follower on Facebook as well!

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  132. I already like Southern Fabric on Facebook! :)

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  133. I try to add to my stash on a monthly basis. And this fabric would be a great addition to my stash!

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  134. Not too many in my stash...I use them up as soon as they come in the house! :)

    sowingstitches[at]gmail[dot]com

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  135. I love Southern Fabrics, and do follow them on Facebook as well! Great company.

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  136. I follow you everywhere... FB, Twitter, email newsletters etc etc! You make Fridays extra special, thank you!!!

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  137. This would be my first charm pack, if I won. But pink is my favorite color and I could possibly see an easy project like a quilted tote bag.

    Kelly (kellytuttle at hotmail dot com)

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  138. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/giddy99/status/287203781681246208

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  139. I have never stashed precuts. Instead I covet them.

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  140. I love to dtash precuts- mostly new collections! Carolann427@aol.com

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  141. Very pretty motifs in this collection-perfect for some pretty pillows or skirts or who knows?

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  142. I follow Southern Fabrics on Facebook. Love their fabrics.

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  143. I don't buy precuts often as I like to hoard fabric and need to buy lots of it at a time. I have issues, but I'm okay with that.

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  144. Of course, I follow you. You are very inspiring.

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  145. maybe a patchwork skirt or dress for a little girl :)

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  146. Pretty fabric. I don't use the pre-cuts very often although I have a quilt started a year ago with a layer cake.

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