Friday, July 22, 2011

A Sponsor {Giveaway} : :

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It's time for a Giveaway! 

My sponsor Moona Fabrics has so many beautiful new collections just stocked and on the way! Some of our favorites include of course Anna Maria Horner's Loulouthi, Sara Jane's Children at Play, Joel Dewberry's Heirloom, and arriving any day -- more Grand Bazaar by Patty Young and Catkin by Julie Paschkis. For this giveaway, Moona Fabrics and I, decided on Joel Dewberry's newest fabric collection Heirloom.
Joel Dewberry Heirloom the Ruby Palette -- Giveaway from Moona Fabrics

The Prize!

Moona Fabrics is generously offering a Quilting Cotton fat quarter set of Joel Dewberry's newest collection Heirloom in the Ruby Palette from their shop. That's Thirteen fat quarters to one lucky winner! WOW!!!
Joel Dewberry Heirloom the Ruby Palette -- Giveaway from Moona Fabrics

Enter to Win!

To enter, simply add your comment to this post, you can include what you'd make if you won. My followers get a second chance, just let me know that you follow my blog by making a separate comment to record that entry. If you're a "no reply" commenter, remember to include your email address in your comment so that I can contact you should you win! Enter now through 10 o'clock pm (EST) Sunday, July 24. I will announce the winner next Monday morning here on the blog.


Thank you and a huge thanks to my sponsors Moona Fabrics!!!

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645 comments:

  1. Oh wowee! Those fabrics are completely gorgeous!!! If I was a lucky winner, I would be making a quilt for my bedroom. I've been looking for the perfect palette of purples for a while now. Thank you so much for the opportunity!

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  2. Would love to win and add this fabric to my stash. They would add nicely to my little embroidery pieces I am working on.

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  3. I am a follower as well, love your things!

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  5. What a lovely collection. I think I'd use it for a quilt I want to make for a friends daughter, she'd love those colors.

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  6. I would get started on my Christmas presents (why do I already feel behind?).

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  7. Oh, I LOVE Joel Dewberry's fabrics. I loved Modern Meadow and thought it couldn't get better... but it did! Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  8. Ooohh I would love this! I am dying to make my first quilt and I adore those prints.

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  9. Barb Poposky "daMama"July 22, 2011 at 8:57 AM

    I have a week old niece; I've made her a crib quilt but can see another one in her future, or use as the base fabrics for a twin-size quilt for when she gets a little older...

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  10. It's your neighbor Carla, I have to enter this!

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  11. I would love to have these fabric! How awesome. I would make them into a beautiful quilt...maybe with a little blue?

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  12. I am a long time follower and glad of it!

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  13. Oh, what a wonderful giveaway! I would love to work with them, beautiful.

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  14. I'm a follower, Maureen. You're my favourite blogger!

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  15. I'd love to be in the running!! Such beautiful fabrics and they would look FANTASTIC made into bears (Adorabears By Sue on facebook). I'm already excited for the winner! Good luck and have fun sewing!

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  16. OH these are absolutely lovely!!! Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

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  17. These are such lovely prints! I already have oodles of possible ideas for them.

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  18. This may be the best giveaway ever!

    The fabrics are gorgeous. Around here, they would be turned into totes and handbags. I have a fat quarter purse pattern that is perfect for them.

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  19. Oh my gosh! I would start by making a new cover for my Kindle! Then I would make... hmm. I don't know yet!

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  20. wow I am new to quilting but I am sure I could have help to make something beautiful with it.

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  21. I'd make a nice summer tote or wallet. Or a ????? SO many options! Thanks Michele

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  22. Yummy!
    I'd love to make some zippered bags or a quilt :D
    Thanks for the chance!

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  23. Beautiful!!!! These fabrics are so amazing! The colors are gorgeous. If I won, I would use them to help my daughter decorate her new apartment in August. These colors are exactly perfect!

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  24. Wow. These fabrics are stunning. This is my first peek at his collection and I'm loving how it's bright, but still would be lovely for fall. Thanks for the chance & hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  25. I don't know what I'd make...but I'd love to try and figure it out. Such lovely fabric!

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  26. I am a follower of your lovely blog.

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  27. This is such a lovely line of fabric! The colors are my favorite hues! I don't know what I'd make, but a quilt seems in order, maybe with some dresden patterns in it? Thanks a bunch for this great giveaway!

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  28. Lovely! I would make a patchwork skirt for my daughter. j-j-s AT juno DOT com

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  29. I adore Joel Dewberry fabrics! Thanks so much fore the chance to win. I would make a quilt for my couch and I think I would try hand quilting it with perle cotton. It would be beautiful!

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  30. Oooooh I would LOVE to win this :) I am crossing my fingers!
    larapetch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  31. Wow! What a great giveaway!
    The fabrics are lovely and since a long time I have been thinking about making a quilt. Or the fabrics would also be great for little pouches.
    Hope I am lucky!

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  32. Gorgeous colors -- I'd make some small bags but it would be so hard to choose which print to use with which!

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  33. I would make all new pillows for my living room furniture - this would go nicely in there!!

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  34. Gorgeous fabrics! I would love to make a lap quilt and/or a tote bag to give as a gifts at christmas.

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  35. I follow your blog and always find something interesting on it.

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  36. Wow! I would love to win this! I just was browsing to see if it is available to buy!
    Thanks!
    I would make a quilt for my bed!

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  37. I would like to make some bags.

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  38. I think I would make a sweet baby blanket! I love the pink with the large flowers.

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  39. Gorgeous!! I would make some patchwork quilted bags, no doubt. :) Thanks for the chance!

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  40. I think I would make a cute bag and a baby quilt!

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  41. wow anything would be great, I love the colors and designs on all of the fabrics, I could use it to make lovely mini bags for Xmas gifts :)

    Victoria
    batzyshop@gmail.com

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  42. Yeow!! I love that fabric! I would probably make it into a simple quilt that really showcases those beautiful prints. Large blocks, maybe? So pretty!!

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  43. These would be the curtains for my craft room that I've been searching for FOREVER! They're beautiful - fingers crossed :)

    freakedoutnsmall(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. And I follower your blog happily!

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  45. Beautiful colors, I love the geometric patterns. I'm not sure about the florals but my mom would love them-I could make her a little something.

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  46. Some lovely fabrics! I would love to make some fun fabric flower headbands and hair clips out of these squares!!!

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  47. What beautiful fabrics. If I ever get the quilt I'm working on done, I might use these in a baby quilt for a friend :)

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  48. Please enter me in your lovely give away.
    I follow!
    Thank you!

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  49. What great fabrics! I would love to win them even if I am not at all sure what I would make with them. I am sure I would come up with something!

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  50. Ooh, just lovely! My daughter already has a quilt for her bed but my niece will be 17 this year and that would make a lovely one for her!

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  51. Oh these fabrics are absolutely stunning! I think I would make a quilt for either my brother or sister who are both expecting! Chances are one of them will have a girl, right? :)

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  52. Gorgeous fabrics! I would probably make something for my daughter - a quilt with those beautiful fabrics :)

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  53. I am a follower, too! You have such a beautiful blog. :)

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  54. Gorgeous fabrics!
    I'd make a quilt for my beautiful daughter who graduates this year!!

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  55. Joel Dewberry's collection of fabric is awesome. What would I make? A quilt that would show off their beautiful color.

    Marsha
    ivegonequilting.blogspot.com

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  56. The fabrics would be a wonderful addition to one of my future projects, a baby quilt for a upcoming baby shower!

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  57. I'm a new follower


    Marsha
    ivegonequilting.blogspot.com

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  58. I would love to make my friend's newborn baby girl a quilt with these stunning fabrics!

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  59. I have four siblings, and have made quilts for 2 of them. I'd love to turn this into a quilt for one of my sisters! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  60. wow - I think I just fainted! awesome giveaway!
    I think a cute quilted throw would be nice, or a few pillows. Gosh, the possibilities are endless! :)

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  61. of course I follow your lovely blog xo

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  62. I love it!!! I would make a scrumptious beautiful quilt for me!

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  63. I love bright big print pillowcases so I'd use the big flowers for some and the smaller colorful prints would make a gorgeous table runner on my big oak table. Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  64. I follow your blog. The Heirloom fabric is so beautiful - looks silky. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  65. i follow your lovely blog :) thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  66. I love all the fabrics in this gorgeous set. I would make a quilt for my little girl and all her babies, or i may be tempted to split it up into FQ projects there's some really cute skirts and dresses out there I'd love to try :D

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  67. I would probably make fabric yo yos :)

    Contact info:
    Blog- www.calledtocreativity.blogspot.com
    Etsy- www.homespunhandmaiden.etsy.com

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  68. I'm a follower :)

    Contact info:
    Blog- www.calledtocreativity.blogspot.com
    Etsy- www.homespunhandmaiden.etsy.com

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  69. I'm new to quilting and new to building my stash so I'm always looking for new and interesting fabric. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  70. Oh, how lovely! I would make a summery tote bag for the park with these gorgeous colors. So nice of your sponsor!

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  71. I follow you in my RSS reader, thanks to Sew Mama Sew.

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  72. I think these would be perfect for the pillows I've been really wanting to make!

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  73. Gorgeous fabrics! I'd make a quilt for a friend. Thanks for the chance!

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  74. I am follower 1000!!!!! New follower, lovely blog!
    Angela
    nscrofan at rogers dot com

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  75. I love the colours and would make a skirt for my daughter for school and then create a fun pilow for her room
    Angela
    nscrofan at rogers dot com

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  76. Im thinking a quilts - The tile quilt along that is going on at the moment maybe? And maybe a few beach bags for myself ;) Anything left will become some doll quilts to hang up on my bare walls!!

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  77. Im a follower as well :) (Dont you just love how I've already planned how to use every last scrap!!)

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  78. Oh these are beautiful colours. I'd make something for myself with the purple ones and use the pinks to make a quilt for my daughter.

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  79. Oh wow! I think I would have to make a quilt with those lovely colors, maybe even with some hand quilting. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  80. I love the look of this collection!

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  81. Ohhhh, be still my heart!! I see a patchwork tote bag! I would so love to win this!

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  82. I would make some cute bags. Love the colors!

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  83. Oooo lovely, I can't decide, may be a grown-ups quilt, or maybe a table runner with an opulent satin binding.. :)

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  84. This fabric is gorgeous---I think it would look great with a few of the Loulouthi prints! In a quilt :)

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  85. Love the colors! I'd make a patchwork skirt for my daughter.

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  86. Oh I love the purple in this line, so yummy. Thanks for sharing :)
    -annabelle

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  87. wow, they're beautiful! I'm planning to make a set of pouches, bags and purses, so that's what I use this fabric for. thanks for the chance!

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  88. love it! im thinking a quilt top for some pillows to liven up the place!

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  89. I would make my mom a new quilt. She just moved into senior citizen housing and needs a little cheering up!

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  90. I'm not sure what I would make but whatever I do it would be pretty!

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  91. Such beautiful fabric! I think I would make a quilt for my cousin's graduation present!

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  92. I just love the new pallatte. Great colors. I know exactly what I would make if I won. Another tote bag (big surprise there). I'm addicted to bags. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the contest.

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  93. These are gorgeous. It's so lovely to see a really nice range of purple fabrics. I'd have to use them all in a quilt together so maybe a yummy throw for my bedroom?

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  94. I've been eyeing this fabric line up and I was dismayed when just today I looked at my go-to online shop only to see that these were ALL sold out already! To win some of these beauties would be FABULOUS! Thanks for such a great giveaway opportunity!

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  95. I'm a follower. I've followed for a long time via Google Reader but finally clicked on the "follow" button today. The follow button doesn't do anything for me but perhaps it's useful to you.

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  96. I have no idea what I'd make! Maybe a few would go into the sampler quilt I'm making right now, others may go into a purse...

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  97. These fabrics are beautiful. I would have to see them in person, but I know one of my granddaughters would love to have a quilt made out of them.

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  98. Love the print design and colors. If I win the fat quarters, I'd make a sassy patchy handbag or a really nice throw. I'm a follower and thank you for sponsors.

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  99. Gorgeous fabrics! I think I would make some pillows and maybe a pair of capris lounge pants for around the house!

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  100. Beautiful fabrics!!! I would make a quilt for my daughter!

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  101. No doubt Id make a Quilts For Kids quilt. I have too many of my own project going on now but I share my time doing those. We make mostly baby quilts but with these Id probably make something for a bigger gal - I have a cute pattern if I can find it in the mess! Thanks!

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  102. I am also a current follower of your blog, thanks!

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  103. What gorgeous fabric! Thank you for having the giveaway!

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  104. Wonderful fabrics! I'd use the fabrics in my Farmers Wife quilt blocks. I'm picking bright fabrics, and these are gorgeous. debgiro at wildblue dot net

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  105. Hi! Very nice giveaway! If I won, I would make another Breast Cancer Quilt. I make them, several per year, to raise awareness! I am a survivor! Hope I win!

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  106. These are BEAUTIFUL fabrics! I would use them to make a quilt! I absolutely adore the schemes present in this line! Even if I don't win I will be going and looking for these fabrics <3 Bellanoctumn@gmail.com is my email, hope to hear from you!

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  107. These are BEAUTIFUL fabrics! I would use them to make a quilt! I absolutely adore the schemes present in this line! Even if I don't win I will be going and looking for these fabrics <3 Bellanoctumn@gmail.com is my email, hope to hear from you!

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  108. I would love to win this so I can make some coordinated accessories for my daughters dorm room

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  109. oooooh! I would love to win! I'm learning how to sew and I already have Dewberry fabrics in my 2 yr olds room.

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  110. My first quilt! Love the prints and colours, as with all fabrics Dewberry.

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  111. I'm a follower of your blog too! :)

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  112. aww what an awesome giveaway. i would use the fabrics to make doll clothes and a mini quilt for them ^__^

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  113. I would love this collection for my stash!

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  114. im a new follower great blog!

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  115. I so love Joel Dewberry's designs! I don't know yet what I'd make but whatever it was would be beatiful.

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  116. I'm a new follower and look forward to all your creativeness.

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  117. I would make skirts for my daughters. :) - thegeerlings@att.net

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  118. I'm a follower!!! - thegeerlings@att.net

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  119. Oh my gosh! That would be an awesome prize. I'd probably use it to sew my totes and bags.

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  120. I have three beautiful granddaughters, that I could make some very pretty things out of this beautiful fat quarters...

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  121. Those fabrics are sooo pretty! I can think of so many pretty things to make with them, but for sure ont he list would be some purses and tote bags!

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  122. I would make a quilt!

    rgeerlin@zps.org

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  123. If I won this fabric collection, I would make a patchwork taggie quilt for my new granddaughter.

    Tara
    craftylady21@yahoo.com

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  124. I am following your blog now. :)

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  125. Love it...I'd make my Grandaughter a quilt!!

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  126. oh my!!...i would do cartwheels across an interstate highway if i were to win this GORGEOUS fabric... Each of the patterns is absolutely beautiful..in a color palette that I love. I am a card maker and scrapper..and have countless steel blade dies that cut fabric..so i would enjoy using these prints in my die cutting machine...as well as for making mini books...
    this fabric is DIVINE!
    Thanks for this exciting opportunity to win such an awesome prize!
    michelle
    ps..I follow your blog...and love it.

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  127. I saw you on Craft Gossip. This fabric is DELICIOUS! I would probably make a quilt for my soon to be born grand-niece - the first baby girl in my family in 28 years!!!

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  128. soooo pretty!! I think I'd made something fun for my daughter, perhaps a twirly skirt!!

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  129. If I was the winner I'd make a quilt that would brighten up my granddaughter's room.

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  130. The fabrics are beautiful!! Would love to win. They would make the perfect quilt!

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  131. I would love to win those fabrics - we're about to bring in a daybed and I would love to make some cushions or a throw quilt from those :)

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  132. Gorgeous. I think I would have to try my hand at my first quilt, although I can think of quite a few smaller projects I could make with these, too...

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  133. I am a follower too - love your blog!

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  134. Wow is right! That looks like an awesome quilt to me!

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  135. I'm following, liking and favoriting (on Etsy) too! If I won, I would be making some new banners to photograph for my shop because the fabrics are perfect for photography...and for in-the-hoop banner making too.
    <3 Kate

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  136. I'd make a fun wonky square quilt!

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  137. These are so gorgeous. I'd make a quilt for my granddaughter with them!

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  138. Oh, wow, those are gorgeous! I've been working on making plushes with a cross-stitched logo of the non-profit I work for to sell for our annual campaign. Unfortunately, it's against policy to buy supplies, etc to raise donations, so I've been paying for the supplies out of pocket. We assist under-privileged inner-city children with academics and adopting healthy lifestyles.

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  139. these would make a lovely quilt! sarah.currence at gmail

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  140. I don't know right offhand what I'd make, but I'd sure think of something! :)

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  141. What luscious fabrics! I'd make a quilt for a friend to brighten her day. ☺

    seamsinspired at charter dot net

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  142. This would make a really nice quilt. I'd be making a quilt for my daughter with this!

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  143. LOVE this fabric!!!! I'd likely make my little girl (2 weeks till her 1st birthday) dresses!

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  144. I started following your blog! (found you via craft gossip)

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  145. I love these fabrics! They would be perfect for my daughter's quilt -- What luck I procrastinated beginning!

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  146. beautiful!! I have been wanting to make some quilted pillows and this fabric would be just perfect.

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  147. Beautiful fabrics. I'd probably use the fabrics to make some cute little girl clothes from some patterns I've been wanting to try.

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  148. I have a quilt plan that this would be perfect for. These are beautiful fabrics, love them.

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  149. Wonderful! I'd make a great patchwork tote with that if I won.

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