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Monday, 21 July 2014

Giveaway Day with The Intrepid Thread!

Welcoming The Intrepid Thread, our generous sponsor for this month's fabulous giveaway!

The Intrepid Thread 's about page says it all....

"Owner, Julie Dueck, started the Intrepid Thread out of a desire to feature her own favorite fabric lines and designers, as well as offer the best possible customer care available! Not only is Julie passionate about fabric, she possesses a knowledge of fabric that only comes from years of researching it, blogging about it and buying it!

When you purchase fabric from The Intrepid Thread, you’ll benefit from Julie’s expertise! Julie keeps her finger on the pulse of the modern quilter, carefully purchasing each bolt of fabric herself. In fact, if she wouldn’t want to sew with it…then it’s not good enough for her customers either!

Julie’s impeccable taste in fabric, as well as her knowledge and ability to stock the most sought-after designer fabrics, sets her apart from other fabric dealers. Her hand wrapped packages, tied with a bow and a personal note, let customers know just how important they are.

Experience The Intrepid Thread difference today!
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And Julie surely does live up to her word.  So many yummy fabrics to choose from!  The Intrepid Thread specializes in high-end, designer quilting cottons and carries the most sought-after, modern fabric in the industry.



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You don't want to miss a thing!

http://www.intrepidthread.com/shop/Fabrics-by-Collection/Jungle-Avenue-by-Sara-Lawson.htm

For the Giveaway, Julie is offering this gorgeous fat quarter bundle of Jungle Avenue by Sara Lawson.


How do you enter the giveaway contest?

Follow the instructions on the RaffleCopter.com widget below to get started!

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This Giveaway is open internationally.
Winner will be randomly chosen on July 29th and notified by email.
Please be sure to leave your email address if you are a Wordpress user or no reply blogger.





Best of luck in the Giveaway!
And remember to....



Keep On Quilting On!






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200 comments :

  1. I would love to make a bag for myself.

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  2. Jungle Avenue! Such a fun and happy collection. Thanks

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  3. I think they'd make nice pillow covers for my patio couch!

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  4. That is a beautiful group of fabrics! Good luck everybody!

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  5. Love the colours and patterns! I would make a bed runner!

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  6. Love this Jungle Avenue!

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  7. I would build a table runner! Thanks for the chance!

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  8. These colors would be great for my living room! I'd love to make a wall hanging.

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  9. I'm sure I would make a quilt. I just don't know what pattern till I stare at the fabric awhile.

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  10. This bundle would make a great quilt!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. I really want to make some bags this summer! These would be perfect!

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  12. I ma thinking about some new cushions for the sitting room.

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  13. I think bags and accessories would be perfect.

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  14. Beautiful! I love the pink black and white text print!

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  15. Pillows. Definitely. Great colors.

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  16. I would love to make a new tote and a purse with it. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  17. I'd love to turn them in to a pinwheel quilt. What a fun bundle....thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. Thanks for all the wonderful give-aways you seem to pull together for us Lorna! You rock!!!

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  19. A quilt or tote bags, it's hard to decide! I just love these fabrics.

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  20. I think I would make some bibs for a coworker and bags for my nephews!

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  21. I'd make a donation baby quilt for my quilting group. Thanks.

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  22. I see a patchwork summer tote bag.

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  23. I think, with the addition of some solids, I would make a table topper.

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  24. I would love a bag made with these fabrics with some matching pouches!

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  25. A modern quilt with lots of negative space to FMQ in.

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  26. I would love to make some great looking bags and totes. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  27. Wonderful fabric!! I would use it for some tote bags! Thanks for the chance to win

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  28. I would make some awesome tote bags for my twin nieces who begin college next month! Keeping my fingers crossed and thanks for the great giveaway.

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  29. I would make several bags
    nridder@hurontel.on.ca

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  30. great looking fabric - all of my fabric goes into quilts

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  31. I would make some pillow covers. Beautiful fabric.

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  32. I think I would make a lap quilt. My daughter would love those prints!

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  33. Flying geese, lot of them then a lap quilt. These are happy colors!

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  34. I think these fabrics would make great throw pillows for a sun room.

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  35. These fabrics will make a great addition to my stash...have to think about what to make!

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  36. I honestly don't know, I tend to have to play around with them to see what they should be.. something fun anyway!

    p.s. it says the closing date is 16th June...

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  37. I want to make a big bag!

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  38. I haven't made a new bag in a while and this fabric looks awesome for that purpose. Any scraps will go together to make journal and Bible covers.

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  39. Such pretty fabric. I would love to make a bag of some type with it.

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  40. I love these colors. I think I would make a throw to put on my couch. Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  41. Such pretty fabric! I'd make a quilt for my daughter's dorm room bed.

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  42. Pretty collection! Love the map and text fabrics especially! Thanks Lorna!

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  43. I might split them up and use different ones for different projects. I've been meaning to try an origami bag, and I think I would use some of these for that.

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  45. I would love to make a messenger bag! thanks!

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  46. I would love to make a sew together bag and then may be a kids charity quilt! Thanks for the great give away.

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  47. I think this would make a really cute quilt called Science Fair. I've been bugging to make this quilt

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  48. Fabulous giveaway! I can see a pair of pillows using these fabrics! My mind is racing on ideas!

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  49. I follow your blog by email already!! And love it!

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  50. I need some fabric for my Carolyn Friedlander Social Tote workshop coming up next month!

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  51. Wow, I love this collection. I would make a couple of purses with Sara Lawson's patterns. I've seen a couple things she has made with this fabric, and they are wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win, and thanks for your inspiring blog!

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  52. I would love to make some tote bags.

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  53. Oh how I would love a wall hanging or seven!

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  54. I would make a travel bag.

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  55. I would use the fabric to make another quilted bag (purse) for a local charity fundraiser. I have already made 4 bags.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  56. Neat fabrics! I would make pillows!

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  57. I would make a quilt, and maybe some pillowcases.

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  58. I would probably make a quilt. thanks for the giveaway.

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  59. I would make a quilt for my youngest Granddaughter!

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  60. Beautiful fabrics. I would make cosmetic bags and wallets.

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  61. I'm not sure what I'd make, perhaps another quilt to donate to my local women's and children's hospital. Those lively colours would definitely brighten someone's day!

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  62. I make alot of baby quilts so maybe that or some pillow covers! Thanks for the chance to win some great fabric:)

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  63. One of my favorite collections ever! I'd love to make a comfy lap quilt for myself or maybe a bag or two ~ so thanks for the chance! (fingers crossed ...)

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  64. A family friend is heading away to college in September and I think a tote, tablet case, zipper pouch, and an ID holder/lanyard would be perfect for her. This collection is just her style.

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  65. A lovely collection. Thanks!

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  66. What a fun collection! If I win I can use it for a little boy quilt needed for Christmas. Please pick me! =)

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  67. I really need new pillow covers, so that's what I would make with this beautiful fabric.

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  68. wonderful contest, thanks for the chance to win!

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  69. The Intrepid Thread is a great store. :)

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  70. With 8 fat quarters I would make a baby quilt top.

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  71. Right now I'm making a lot of bags. Those fabrics would look wonderful as bags.

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  72. A nice bag for carry on luggage

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  73. Looks like some wild looking totes to me!

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  74. I can see many possibilities with this fabric, I would probably make a lap quilt. What pattern? Not sure yet.

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  75. I could really use a new backpack for traveling. This would be the perfect collection of fabric to use.

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  76. I'm thinkin' a happy table topper for my kitchen!

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  77. I would love to make some pillows for the girls room, and matching miniquilt for their dollls

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  78. These pretties would be made into a quilt. Love the colors! Thanks!!

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  79. Would love to turn these into a quilt!

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  80. HI, these would be very neat in a new Grandchild's bed quilt!
    Thank You for a great Giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  81. Thank you for the giveaway. I would love to make some pretty bags for Christmas presents.

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  82. I want to make the QAYG Herringbone block quilt

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  83. I'd make a patchwork tote bag! Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  84. I would love to make a quilt with this gorgeous fabric!

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  85. I love Sara's bag patterns & the colors in the fabric are awesome!

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  86. i love designing quilts and this bundle has some great low volume, lots of triangles and squares fun fun fun

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  87. Very pretty bundle! Thanks to you and Intrepid Thread for the chance!
    dragonfly9716@yahoo.com

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  88. I would split it up, add a few pieces from my stash and make a bag and donation lap quilt.

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  89. Beautiful fabric collection. I would make a Quillow. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  90. I've been making cushions lately. They have all the elements of a quilt but make up a lot faster. Since I learned how easy it was to put a zipper into the back I've been freed! Jungle Avenue would make great cushions for my niece. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  91. I'm fortunate to live close to the shop! Beautiful fabrics lines

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  92. Since I just heard that our neonatal unit uses 35 quilts a month I think I would make up a couple quilts for them.

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  93. I just learned a few new nifty quilt blocks lately (the slashed hourglass) so I would use these lovelies to make a neat quilt.
    Thanks!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  94. I would make some pouches or fabric baskets, thanks!

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  95. I would love to make a lap quilt, maybe pillowcases...I'll start there! :) Thank you for the chance!

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  96. I mix my new fabrics into my stash ASAP, and of course they all end up in quilts eventually... madfabriholic at gmail dot com

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  97. I would make a cool Tote for my Daughter!!! These are all her Favorite colors!!! :)

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  98. I would adore to make a charity quilt for a special soldier family. Thanks for the chance

    aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

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  99. I'd use some for a bag and some for a quilt!

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  100. Thank you for this giveaway chance. Such pretty fabrics. I make comfort quilts for hospice and as a memento for the family.

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  101. I am a quilter and I make charity quilts. I am always excited by bright colorful fabrics like this.

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  102. I have about 25 quilts on my "I want to make these someday" list. Those gorgeous prints would work for a lot of them!!

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  103. I'd make a picnic quilt !

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  104. I would definitely make a Sara Lawson bag (from her book) with the Sara Lawson fabric!
    Happy sewing!
    Dawn
    array-dawn at cox dot net

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  105. I would make a new and, and it would be for me~!

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  106. Intrepid Thread always has the most amazing prints! I am wanting to make a quilt for ME for watching tv. HOpefuly have it done by winter!

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  107. Intrepid Thread is awesome! I would probably make a bag...or pillows..

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  108. Fun new pillows!
    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  109. I would like to make a clutch bag and a pillow cover if there's any leftovers!

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  110. I would love to make some new pillows for our TV/family room! Beautiful bundle!

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  111. I would look at it for awhile, like I do.... Then in a quilt for that bundle. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  112. This is an easy one! My dad used to design the subway maps for the NY Transit Authority, so this would have to be a quilt for him!!!
    allisonpogany@gmail.com

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  113. Oh I have been eyeing this collection since it came out! I want to make myself a bag out of it.

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  114. I see babushka babies and a spring throw. Very lively colors. That means I will already have a project for January if I win :-) . And thank you and Intrepid Thread for the give away.

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  115. A new QAYG tote bag for sure!

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  116. love the style of fabrics they carry at intrepid threads. Would like to use those aqua and pink fabrics for wonky stars on a low volume background. Loving the subway print. Cindy

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  117. i would use them in a quilt or bag, thanks

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  118. I think those fabrics would make a beautiful swoon quilt!

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  119. what a great set of fabrics.

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  120. I would use them in a bag or mini wall hanging!! They are gorgeous.

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  121. I would love to make a mini quilt. This fabric would be perfect

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  122. I would make something for my daughter as she loves elephants!

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  123. I would make a really big tote bag

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  124. Definitely a quilt with these lovelies. Thanks

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  125. Would love to make a bag with these fabrics!

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  126. I could like to make a professional tote with this fabric. I especially love the blues.

    ioleen.kimmel@gmail.com

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  127. So many lovely fabrics... would love to make something, but don't know what. I think my Kindle Fire could use a new bag/cover, but probably only one fat quarter would be enough for that... or no more than part of two different quarters...

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  128. The fabrics are lovely. I'd love to make myself a purse with them.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  129. what would "I" make? A Quilt of course! Thanks for the lovely giveaway! Love the fabric choices!

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  130. Hi Lorna. My comment did not show up. If I am now commenting twice please feel free to delete one. I had written that I designed a quilt for the "Quilt Now" design contest with these fabics (which didn't win) and so I would sew my own design if I won. :)

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  131. I'd make a quilt, because quilts are my thing.

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  132. I would do some HSTs design with these. Thx.

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  133. would make a lovely wallet and sunglass case

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  134. I would make either some purses for some little girls I know or a fun lap quilt.

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  135. Great fabrics! Placemats! Quilt-as-you-go style!

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  136. Lovely fabrics! I'd make a table runner. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  137. I think I need a bag in these fabrics! Then I suspect my daughter would like one too!

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  138. Thank you for this lovely giveaway!
    I f I have the chance to win ,I would make beautiful clothes to my fazmily.
    Fingers crossed!
    Email:melodie10@gmx.fr

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  139. I think I would make a new handbag for myself, and then a lap sized "plus" quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  140. Lots of little ones arriving this summer needing welcoming quilts. Would be lovely.

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  141. I'm not sure what I'd do exactly -either a purse, incorporate into a quilt/placemats, or embellish some children's clothing.

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  142. I just found your blog and you have inspired me to get my sewing my machine out. Thank you!

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  143. I'd use it in a quilt and use the scraps to make something small for my sewing area. Thanks! notwendy gmail

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  144. I'm not sure at the moment what I would make but I LOVE this fabric!

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  145. I would probably make some cushion covers. Love the fabrics!

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  146. I have six granddaughters under the age of 10, I make lots of clothes for them for church and school. Thank you for the chance to win. :D

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  147. I'd love to make a crossbody bag with these FQs!

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  148. I think a computer bag would be great for this! With lots of leftovers for some cool zipper bags and sunglass cases!

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  149. I think a pieced hobo bag would be pretty awesome!

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  150. I love this fabric! I think I would make an apron for myself out of it. Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

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  151. I think I might make a messenger bag with these, they are so fun!

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  152. Christmas is fast approaching, so I would make zippy pouches for presents with them, or maybe some mug rugs.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win

    Hugs
    Naomi

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  153. Gorgeous fabrics / I would certainly find something to do with these...possibly a quilted table runner for my son's dining room table :)

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  154. I would faint from excitement if I got these at my door! I've been wanting to create something special for the longest time!:))

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  155. I would make a couple fabric baskets and a small quilt if I were lucky enough to win these :)

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  156. so pretty, I think I would use them on a quilt I have planned that uses lots of different fabrics

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  157. I would make quilt tops for my group, World of Charity Stitching.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  158. I think I would make book covers or a table topper.

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  159. Scrappy churn and dash blocks which are paper pieced :)

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  160. I would make a huge wallhanging for my stairway to the basement - currently a HUGE EMPTY wall!

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  161. Love the fabrics, would add them to my gypsy wife quilt.

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  162. I made a block with her fabrics for the Sew Sweetness contest and I would love to see it in it's entirety.

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  163. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  164. Great fabric. I think I would hoard it for awhile then decide what to do with it.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  166. I'd make a lap quilt with this great fabric

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  167. I would make a Fiver Tote (from the May Chappell blog) and an Open Wide zippered pouch (from the Noodlehead blog).

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  168. I think I may have to make a dress for my granddaughter! :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  169. Love these fabrics! I would make a quilt for my grandchild!

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  170. I love this fabric collection - I checked out the look book and there are lots of beautiful bags, that's what I would make if I won!

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  171. A quilt for my niece! She would love these colors.

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  172. What a fun collection! My daughter would love a bag made with these.

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  173. I make tote bags for local hospital's cancer center patients. I'd make a long strip of patchwork and then include some on several bags so the patients could enjoy them! Thanks for the giveaway!! :)

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  174. I would make a lap quilt for dialysis

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  175. I think these fabrics cry out to be in bags and accessories!

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  176. I would use these gorgeous fabrics to make a bag that I could use every day to enjoy these beautiful prints!

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  177. I would make some zippered bags!

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  178. I just love giant cushions for the floor, patchwork naturally

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  179. I've been eying off the green flowers for a skirt for my daughter!

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  180. I would make a patchwork skirt for my daughters.

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  181. A gorgeous quilt of course!

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  182. Hummm! I'm thinking of your GenX-Aztec Baby Quilt!!! I believe I could make two!

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  183. Gorgeous fabrics! A quilt for my granddaughter! These are her favorite colors!

    davis6620@gmail.com

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  184. maybe a tote bag or a amazing quilt

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  185. I'm painting my kitchen, and I would love to make some ruffled towels, potholders, and appliance covers. These are the perfect colors.

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  186. Looks like delicious fabric! A tote bag, probably.

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  187. I love this and have already order a fat quarter of each of these but winning this means I could make a larger quilt for my friend's new baby

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  188. I would use these in a baby quilt!

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  189. I would make a little quilt for my granddaughter

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