Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Bundle Inspired & GIVEAWAY!

Strings Pillow

Choosing colors and fabrics is one of my favorite parts of sewing! This Summer I was ridiculously happy when I pulled together this group of fabrics. My new Swifting Flora BOHO had recently arrived and the intense aqua color had me looking at this fabric design in a new way. I started pulling from my various collections, new and not so new and I fell in love with this grouping of fabrics! So much so, that every week or so I plan to curate a custom bundle to share, along with an inspirational project and Giveaway. I'm hoping it'll inspire you to combine prints from my various collections for fun new patchwork!

So for this first bundle, we have: Swifting Flora Boho (BOHO Fusions), Clarity Moments Stellar, Deepest Purpose Intense, Crystal Awakening, Mandala Harmony Vivid, Stay Humble Sunset (All from Soulful), Lunation Dark, Bird of Night Mist (Both from Nightfall) and Wreathed Whiff (Fleet & Flourish) -- All fabrics are linked and available at Fabric.com!

Soulful + Moons + BOHO Fusions

The sewing time I enjoy during the school year came to a halt like never before this Summer, and so a chance to create something with this pretty bundle was put on hold until just yesterday. Since making a pillow is always so satisfying and a doable afternoon project, this was just what I needed to revive my quilty soul!

Soulful , Moons & Boho

I trimmed four cotton batting scraps to 8.5" squares and cut a variety of fabric string widths from my bundle. Using Quick Quilt As You Go, I added my strips to the batting, trimming the access length away and attached my four qayg string squares to finish my happy, colorful pillow top!

Strings Pillow Binding

I prefer to bind my pillows and I love the way my Stay Humble little half moons print looks as binding cut on the straight grain!

Strings Crystal Corner

The pillow back is finished envelope style with overlapping layers of cotton batting and my Here & Now Purpurite print from Soulful. Peach & Plum is one of my favorite new Fall color combinations, I love it!

Backed in Here & Now

Stitching up this beautiful pillow was the simplest way to instantly regain my sewing mojo and express the creativity that this bundle inspired!

Strings Pillow 2

And I didn't stop there! I also whipped up another little drawstring pouch for holding our collection of amethyst crystals, featuring more of my crystal Awaking print because it's just too perfect!

Crystal Awaking Drawstring Bag

Crystal Awakening Bag

Crystal Awaking Drawstring

Bundle Giveaway!

Since my Giveaway for this bundle was first offered on Instagram and many of you don't use IG, I saved one bundle to Giveaway right here when I shared the projects these fabrics inspired, and TODAY IS THE DAY!

TO ENTER: Simply leave a comment letting me know what you'd make with this bundle! One commenter will be chosen at random this Friday (9/1) and will be contacted via email, so be sure to include an email with each comment.

Thank you to all who entered the Giveaway. This week's random winner is commenter, Brenda. Congratulations, I will be in touch shortly!

xoxo Maureen

293 comments:

  1. looks like a great bundle would love to be put in for the drawing. I only make quilts so that is what it would be used for

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  2. I think this bundle would be perfect on a sweatshirt jacket. Mine is looking a little tattered. The fabrics left will be added to my scrap quilts.

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  3. I would love to make a quilt with this bundle.

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  4. I would make pillows, the drawstring bag, and skirts for my granddaughter, who is LOVING the ones I've made with your lines! :) ahhhh

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  5. Love this collection. I have a couple of modern quilts bookmarked in Quilty magazine that I would like to make with this color palette.

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  6. I would love to make some super cute pillows. I just love the colors!! brandimcclure75@yahoo.com

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  7. Your pillow and drawstring bag are both just beautiful. I'd probably be very tempted to just be a copycat. However, I've been thinking I need to do a variety of small projects with holiday gift giving in mind. This bundle would be wonderful for that.

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  8. Gorgeous bundle 💕I would make a blanket for my 1st grand daughter who is sure October 29th.

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  9. I would make some throw pillows for my daughter's room. These colors are just up their alley!

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  10. I love the colors - so chic fall - I would make a quilt to use all year.

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  11. This is the actually very close to the colors I want to use to make a quilt for my bedroom. I would probably add these to my quilt design :)

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  12. Probably a quilt but maybe a few outfits for one-year old great niece. Love the pillows.

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  13. I love these colors! I would love to make little tote bags, or zippered cosmetic bags. The fabric looks fabulous.

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  14. Gorgeous bundle of fabrics, I would probably make a quilt. I love your drawstring bag.

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  15. I would love to make a string quilt using the QAYG technique.

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  16. Oh, that bundle would be perfect for a quilt I want to make from Block magazine. Thanks for the giveaway! nkadenver at yahoo dot com

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  17. Would like to step out of my batik box a little & make an orange peel or churn dash quilt with your fabrics.

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  18. Right now a lot of new babies in the family so most of my quilts are for them. Have family in Houston area so will be making functional quilts and sending to them.
    quiltd @yahoo.com

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  19. so many project choices for this beautiful bundle. I would most likely make a throw for my guest room - we just moved into a new home and am totally redocarting my guest room.

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  20. Beautiful! Very inspiring, as well.... I would make a quilt for someone special. thepams@gmail.com

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  21. I'm not sure what I'd make, but it would be stunning. I'd love to win

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  22. I would love to make a quilt with those beautiful fabrics. You work is all so beautiful!

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  23. So gorgeous! Just the kind of melange I live! I'd make a braided quilt pattern.

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  24. This fabric is gorgeous. I think that I would make a quilt with it. Just have to figure out what pattern would show off the wonderful colors to perfections.

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  25. Pick me! Pick me please! Love to make a quilt out of this fabric!

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  26. What beautiful fabric, I definitely would make a quilt out of it. Thank you for the giveaway!!!

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  27. I want this bundle to make a pillow like yours! beth bariddick@yahoo.com

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  28. I would make a quilt. It would be perfect for fall. Such a gorgeous group of fabrics!

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  29. I think I would make up some new pillows for my couch!

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  30. My nearly 3 year old daughter has been asking for a "giant" quilt, and this bundle would be perfect!

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  31. I'd either make a table runner or fun cushions for my living room. I love the beautiful colors used in this collection. They are perfect for adding pops of color.

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  32. I would make some placemats with solid color accents
    sharongalli@gmail.com

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  33. Gorgeous fabrics - they would be ideal for a BoHo style quilt!!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. Depend on how much fabric is in the bundle, I'd make a pillow or a tote!!
    kclongogirl@bellsouth.net

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  35. I'd love to make a cheery, beautiful lap quilt for my sister who recently underwent open heart surgery and is in rehab 6 weeks later, with a long way to go. Thank you!
    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  36. I'd use this for a quilt. Love these colors!

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  37. I would make a table runner. Thank you!

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  38. I would make a pillow or more. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. I would share the fabric with a young girl who I tutored on sewing. She has developed into a fine sewer who loves to sew her own unique outfits. These colors would look beautiful on her!

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  40. I would make a cute pillow. I love seeing how you combine the fabrics as I am terrible at visualizing what works together

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  41. I would use it inmy Long Time Gone Pattern by Jen Kingwell.

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  42. I'd like to make a lovely HST quilt.
    drlbennett at gmail dot com

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  43. Lovely! I want to make some pillows like that!!

    paulamadeit AT gmail

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  45. What wonderful colours! I would love to create a large bag with them.

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  46. These fabrics would fit nicely with a quilt I'm laying out right now. Delish!!!💕

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  47. Love this fabric.
    I would make cute bags & pillows, following your tutorial

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  48. I'd love to make a quilt with this bundle. mmmsmustered@hotmail.com

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  49. my youngest daughter is starting to sew quilts and I would love to win this bundle to give to her as she has very little "stash" to date. She is the mother of 6 y/o triplets and has been too busy to do much sewing -

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  50. All the tips you have shared are lovely !!! Thank you.

    voyance gratuite par mail

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  51. Lovely! I think I would make some drawstringbags as gifts for my friends!

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  52. I love these fabrics...I think I would make either a table runner or placemats....these are my colors!

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  53. Love that pouch and I just happen to need one! That's what I'd make! I need it for game pieces for my favorite board game, Upwords!

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  54. I'm thinking I'd make a lap quilt or table runner with that fabric lusciousness.

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  55. Love love love these fabrics!!! I'd have to make a Springtime Quilt for my bed out of this fun bundle! pumpkinhollowquilting@gmail.com

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  56. I would love to make a QAYG herringbone quilt top or table runner - the colours are just gorgeous and your tutorial makes it sound very achievable - I haven't tried a herringbone pattern before.

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  57. Definitely a quilt! Probably something with big blocks to showcase the larger prints on your fabric. Love them!!

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  58. Beautiful! I'd use this bundle for a quilt with fussy cuts to show off some of those graphic florals.

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  59. Sorry! Forgot to include my email in my previous comment! I'd make anquilt, for sure!
    Kasiemilk@gmail.com

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  60. I would love to make a skirt out of those gorgeous fabrics!

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  61. Would love to try a QAYG tote bag with your gorgeous fabrics! I can't believe I haven't had a chance to make anything from your collections yet!
    Eliseandemelie@gmail.com

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  62. i really love that pillow you made! I might try that, or maybe some fun place mats for the kitchen!
    dtdady at gmail dot com

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  63. I am so in love with these :D . My toddler is about to transition out of her crib and into her first "big girl bed" so I would definitely make her a new quilt and pillow cases with these.
    Whiskeyandjane@gmail.com

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  64. I would like to make a lap sized quilt with the gorgeous bundle!

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  65. These are the perfect fabrics to make a quilt for my sister. All your fabrics and projects are inspiring.

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  66. I want to make a table topper for fall!!
    Thank you, Maureen!!
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  67. Your fabric would be the perfect colour choice for a quilted patchwork modern kimono jacket that I just purchased a pattern for. What a gorgeous bundle. eliz.i@sympatico.ca

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  68. I love making small projects so I can see a table runner, a small wall hanging, fun bags....the ideas are endless!

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  69. I would love to make pillows and maybe some quilted gifts for granddaughters

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  70. Those are gorgeous prints!!! Thank you for the opportunity to enter this giveaway!! I love making clothing items for my little girl. So, These prints will be perfect for making patchwork skirts or tops or even dresses for my daughter. Thanks again! email: marthe086@yahoo.fr

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  71. What a beautiful table runner this would make!

    annenrob@verizon. net

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  72. I love this color scheme. A would make a lap quilt for cuddling on the sofa.

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  73. Love these fabrics thanks for the giveaway. I will make a quilt when I win. Positive thinking. garvey56@gmail.com

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  74. I love this! Especially the crystal print! I'd make a pouch for my daughter with this. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Sandi
    sahii@telus.net

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  75. This fabric is so beautiful! Would love an opportunity to make it into a quilt! Audkateaster at gmail dot com

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  76. I'm making my first quilt, it's going to be a present for my first granddaughter. These fabrics are so lovely, thank you for the opportunity to win them (might be another first haha). :)

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  77. I would love to make a quilt with this bundle! meghan.fulham@gmail.com

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  78. These fabrics would make a beautiful quilt. My list of to do quilts is so long now that maybe I should just make pillows--faster than a quilt. Love your fabrics. Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  79. I would make bags or a quilt. It is so hard to decide All your fabrics are amazing and I find they inspire me to create many things ebe at comcast.net

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  80. Are the drawstring bags lined?

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  81. I would make Open Wide Zippered pouches by Anna Graham of Noodlehead. I'm obsessed with these right now. They sew up so quickly and it is a great pattern!

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  82. Maureen, you have an amazing style and I wish I could combine colors and patterns the way you do. If I were so lucky to win your bundle, I think the fabrics would fit right in with the Gypsy Wife sewalong hosted by Gnome Angel.

    anndunn24(at)gmail.com

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  83. I would make a 14 x 28 pillow. The large rectangle shape is fun.
    Beautiful fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win some!

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  84. My niece just found out she's having a girl! I'd love to have this bundle to make a crib wuolt ❤️❤️❤️

    Kayleyfox@aol.com

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  85. I love you color choices and fabric patterns. I would love to have the opportunity to once again use your fabric to creative something wonderful!

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  86. I think these colors would be perfect in my living room! I think I'd make a throw for the sofa and a couple pillows to match! patti(dot)mcg(at)verizon(dot)net

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  87. Since I first saw your work and fabricS I'm a total fan! I've ordered a couple lines already, made a baby quilt for a special couple who've finally been blessed with a pregnancy after 8 years of trying!!!! And with the gorgeous soulful line, I'm making a quilt for my daughters, and after seeing the beautiful pillow on your insta I know I need to order more fabric to make a few of those ��☺ thx for being such an inspiration! !

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  88. Beautiful pillow! Love the fabrics! I'd make a lap quilt with these fabrics if I win! Have a great day!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  89. Beautiful fabric! I'd love to make a small wall quilt with it. Thanks

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  90. another quilt of course....

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  91. I'd love to make a beautiful table runner for my dining room! If I had leftovers, I'd make some zippered pouches for gifts. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  92. I would some if it in my Quilt Bee and the rest on drawstring bags. I love what you've made!

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  93. I would probably use it for a baby quilt. I love using books colors in baby quilts

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  94. Love your work Maureen! I think I'd make a table runner! Or some Sewcial Bee sampler blocks. And for my big win it's driftedindrive AT yahoo. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. I love aqua colors-after all my favorite color is turquoise-your pillow pattern is so pretty & I love pillows too-I like to put binding on my pillows too-the envelope back is so easy & completes the pillow! I would love to design a pillow with this beautiful fabric! Thank you for sharing, Susan

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  96. I think this looks great for a lap quilt, but my wife wants it to make a bag/purse. If I win guess we'll what happens...

    Thunderfan@protonmail.com

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  97. So, we are buying a new house to retire to in about 18 months. I am planning on basing my decorating on our fabrics, because the colorways just sing to me.
    This would be for the office, pillows, throw and curtains!Can't wait for your other groupings - thank you so much

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  98. Love these fabrics, especially the way the patterns play together! Thank you for this lovely giveaway. At first thought, I most likely would create a simple but beautiful table runner for our solid oak dining table, and maybe even make a sweet pillow for an accent chair nearby. Thanks for the opportunity. Blessings!

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  99. I think probably a new quilt for the living room, fall is coming up and I want something new and cuddly! Or a bag..... But probably a new quilt :)

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  100. gorgeous fabrics. I would love to make a table topper
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  101. If I was lucky enough to win this bundle, I would make a beautiful quilt with it!

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  102. My niece would get a beautiful quilt. These colors are right up her ally, well, mine too.

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  103. I have never tried a QAYG and your pillow has inspired me. If I win this lovely bundle I am going to give it a try.
    Thanks for the inspiration and a chance to win.

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  104. I'd love to win this bundle and I know for a fine fact my teen would sweep in and demand I make her some bedroom accessories as your fabrics have that lovely boho vibe she adores! I think patchwork pillowcases and throw cushions would be made and maybe a mini quilt to sit on her bedside table too :)

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  105. Beautiful fabric. I think it would make a wonderful quilt or tote.

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  106. I do love the colors and the pillow project, so that's one option. Always, a quilt, or even more likely, some pretty little fabric baskets that I've been drooling over! I love your colors and prints! And your creativity!

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  107. I'd make a quilt for a local homeless shelter.

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  108. I would love to make a tote bag and pillow with these fabrics. Thank you.

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  109. I would like to make totes for my sister and mom for Christmas.

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  110. Those colors are so soothing that a lap (nap) quilt calls out to me.

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  111. I would like to make pouches.

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  112. What yummy fabric! I see a beautiful wall hanging or table runner!

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  113. I would make a bright and happy throw quilt with this bundle, and the bag pictured above with any leftovers. Thank you for the great giveaway.

    mlpwilkin@gmail.com

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  114. Oh my I am in love with these! Like you a pillow or two would be in order. Then I might just have to incorporate the remaining into a lap quilt. :) Thanks for the opportunity to be able to have a chance! jean.m.necheles at gmail.com

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  115. So beautiful and sure a quilt for me.
    Thanks you for the giveaway here.I'm one of the one without instagram account.

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  116. A lovely quit throw with a fleece backing ready for autumn chriscreer89@hotmail.com

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  117. Love these colors, and I think they would be perfect for a little girl's quilt. mahatay2@hotmail.com

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  118. Such pretty fabrics. My home could use a refresh, so I think I'd try your method of pillow covers with binding. Love the look.

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  119. Probably a matching quilt and pillow!

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  120. The colors are amazing and your post inspires me to get back to sewing as well. I would make a pillow using the qayg, I'm up for trying it. My duaghter wants a bag so that is on the list too! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  121. I would love to make a twirl skirt for my cute grand daughter!
    l.samlow@comcast.net
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  122. Oh! Maureen! How *beautiful!!*
    I SO love your fabrics!!
    (They do play well together!)
    I'm looking forward to seeing the fabrics you combine, and what you create!
    I like your pillow and drawstring bag... I think I would start to make pillows, too, like you did... But I have the feeling I'd keep on going, and make a lap quilt out of those QAYG strings!
    Thank you, Maureen, for the inspiration!
    Pat T.

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  123. I really like that print with the crystals. Would be wonderful as the new laptop case I need!

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  124. Beautiful fabrics. I would use them in a quilt.

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  125. I saw these in Lookbook! Gorgeous! Wallhanging? Tablerunner?

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  126. Gorgeous bundle; would love to use those roses in a big hexagon quilt...
    pyanorose@gmail.com hugs, Julierose

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  127. I love the aquas corals, and purple in this fabric collection. I have a project that I have had a hard time finding the colors I want for it, and these would be perfect.

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  128. Oh my goodness I love your pillow! I would probably make my daughter a little dress! I would also love to make a pillow too!

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  129. Beautiful Projects! Loove the Bag & Pillows!! :) Thank you for chance to win thru your Blog..I also don't do the Instagram, FB, Twitter stuff...appreciate a regular chance! :D I would use this Bundle to make a cool Throw!! (& then use all scraps in something else! :)

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  130. I would make a quilt with that gorgeous fabric!

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  131. What a beautiful bundle of fabric! It would make a beautiful quilt.

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  132. I would make a pillow for my couch. These fabrics are perfect. Your blog has taught me so much, I love QAYG!

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  133. That bundle looks great, pretty colours. I might try a quilt, if not pillowcases. nathaliesewsthings@gmail.com

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  134. I'd like to make a wall hanging for my entry.

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  135. These colors are luscious and just happen to be my Mother's favorites, so I can definitely envision a beautiful lap quilt for her 80th birthday present. Larn36@yahoo.com

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  136. I'm so in love with all of your fabric. I would make a quilt and some drawstring bags with the scraps. Thank you for this generous giveaway!
    malechagirl@gmail.com

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  137. I love your combination of fabrics. So very pretty together. I'd make a long, narrow table runner and matching placemats for a pretty fall luncheon!
    yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

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  138. Love the beautiful florals in this bundle. I would make a baby quilt for a baby girl that will be making her debut soon.

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  139. Love the fabrics and the wonderful pillow you made. So inspiring. Thank you for sharing. RobinOlvera@sbcglobal.net

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  140. I would make a lovely skirt.

    Deborah
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy
    pinscissorsdesign @ gmail. com

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  141. I would make some pillows for sure :)

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  142. Probably the Sewcial Bee sampler quilt that I still haven't started.

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  143. Your pillow is inspiring ~ love making string projects. And I've made several bags over the years and yours is adorable. These fabrics look like a lap quilt that would make my daughter soooo happy! Anything left could go into a pillow or a bag! Cheers!

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  144. I love your pillow! I would probably make a cute handbag, or maybe mix some solids in and make a throw quilt.

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  145. I would make a quilt to my summer house! saija.kiiskinen@outlook.com

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  146. I would probably make a QAYG herringbone quilt with your tutorial. I've made one before and I love it!! Any leftovers would go into zippy pouches for gifts ;c) Thanks for the chance to win. Love your fabrics! shopgirl 7232 at yahoo dot com

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  147. I would, of course(!), do a quilt. Maybe add a pillow case or two and one of your cute drawstring bags. If that were the case, I think I'd have to go out and add to the fabric!!! trotskyn@att.net

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  148. Beautiful bundle! My first grandchild is on the way, a girl, and I'd make her the most lovely quilt to if I won this bundle. And I'd make her headbands with fabric flowers also!

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  149. Oh Maureen, I love these fabrics and the projects you shared. So beautiful. I love the Boho fusions and have a wish list the next time I get the urge to splurge
    I would make a quilt for my daughter and her adorable husband. Today is the day they are popping out their first baby. I sure hope it is born today, but safe and happy God Willing. 🌺

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  150. Seriously in need of some storage baskets and drawstring bags...so I'd have to stitch up 3-4 each right away. Beautiful collections...thank you Maureen for sharing.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  151. I'd love to make a diaper bag and a diaper wallet for a dear friend who is expecting her first child. I think your fabric would be fabulous!

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  152. I'd like to make a lap quilt. Thanks.
    sweepster49 at comcast dot net

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  153. I already have several advent calendar panels to make this year - so I would use that fabric to make a snug couch blanket for those cold winter evenings

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  154. I would make a tote from the glorious fabric as I would want to display it to the world

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  155. My sister is just taking possesion of her new appartment in Rome, Italy. I would love to make something for them for when the renovations are finished.

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  156. I would absolutely make a quilt from this.
    jgmjlm08 at Gmail dot com

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  157. I would make me a matching sling bag and trifold wallet so lovely in designs!

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  158. I think I would make a tote, then I could carry it with me wherever I go!

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  159. I would like to hoard it for awhile, but then would make a quilt just for me.

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  160. I've been wanting to do a feathered Star with a nontraditional modern twist.

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  161. Probably follow your lead and make a pillow. Or maybe a sewing organizer!

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  162. Oh a couple of pillows for my leather couch would be wonderful to make! Such lovely colors...sigh.

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  163. I think I would make a funky hobo bag - I love the fabrics. vera khule at gmail dot com

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  164. I'm downsizing to a new house, so new fresh table linens would be in order

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  165. These fabrics would make a fabulous quilt for my bed!
    Patty
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  166. I'd love to make an apron with this fabric!

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  167. I'm pulling fabric for a new quilt right now and this bundle would fit right in! You've really sold me on peach and raspberry! Beautiful and yummy too. Thanks for thinking of us non-IG users.

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  168. I would love to use these in a new tote bag.

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  169. I love this new line! My husband collects and polishes/cuts and makes gifts w/ rocks and gems. I would make some cute pouches for him to give his gifts in! thanks!!

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  170. I'd make cute little baskets!! Thank you!!!

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  171. Cute sweet zipper pouches and baby pillows! Thank you!

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  172. I think a couple of pillows and a beautiful tote would be great with this bundle! Thanks for giveaway! :)
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  173. I'd make a table runner and a snap bag or two. Awesome collection!!

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  174. Oh, this bundle is so soothing to my soul...all of those colors live so well together! I would make a set of placemats and a table runner for my dining room with this collection. It is beautiful!

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  175. I would a quilt and hopefully have some leftover for a beautiful string pillow.
    pjneal1259@gmail.com

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  176. I would make a scrap quilt...for watching tv this winter. ..Ps I just joined instagram. ...why I don't no same thing that's on facebook... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  177. I need some new pillow covers. I have been wanting to try your QAYG technique. Thanks!

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  178. I would love to make a quilt with these beautiful fabrics.

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  179. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netAugust 29, 2017 at 9:53 PM

    I would definitely make a quilt. I have been inspired by the quilts I have seen by Wanda on her Exuberant Colors blog, and this fabric looks like it would work well.

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  180. Likely a wallet for sure! And I've never made a pillow before and my husband is always asking me to do that... so I may just follow your lead and do it! I love your designs, Robyn. Robynhufnagel@hotmail.com

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  181. I think I would make a simple 4 patch quilt. All the colors in this bundle seem to blend together and I think it would make a soft, romantic quilt.

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  182. Oh my goodness, I love your pillow - so I want to make one like it. And I want to make some book covers and a bag or two.

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  183. I would use it to make another wheelchair quilt for our nursing home

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  184. I would use them for a quilt for my niece Molly. She graduated college this past spring and is an artist, so these would be so wonderful for her quilt!
    Sandy A

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  185. My daughter would love the colors so I would make some room decor. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  186. I love all your fabrics. I am just learning to quilt so that's what I'd be using them for. Thanks for such a great give-a-way 😍
    cathywarriner@gmail.com

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  188. Too beautiful to cut!! This is where I struggle with quilting - cutting such stunning fabrics! I'd definitely have a go at your QAYG Herringbone quilt...the quilt will be the feature inside our new caravan for our upcoming 14 week adventure! P.S It would be my 2nd attempt at quiilting - 1st is a pillow in progress :) shelleypoll10@gmail.com

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  189. Your pillow is so beautiful and inspiring! This bundle would make a stunning string quilt!

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  190. I have a friend who would love a quilt made from those exact colours!

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