Thursday, March 19, 2009

More Momo, Please ~ Giveaway

update: Jen Duncan won!
When is Blogger going to number their comments??!! My eyes go crazy counting.
Wow, i can't believe how many of you have or had rabbits!
It shouldn't be too strange to me....I had one in the 80's. A little black lop eared bunny named McKensie. Ahhh.
Thanks for keeping it fresh today!!
When just a little isn't enough........
Cry, More Momo Please!
Momo's in the house.
Here's what Moda has to say about Momo.
Don't get the two confused, MoDA, MoMO.
Wonderland from Momo
"Momo takes us down the rabbit hole for a tea party you'll never forget. (I'll be right down!) This collection of surreal landscapes and graphic shapes give Wonderland a look all its own -- vibrant reds, pinks, blues & greens."
We've got a fun graphic Quilt Kit in a stylin' lunchbox/tin,
you know you want it. So do I. the ever popular 5" charm squares,
10" Layer Cakes to enjoy a large piece of all 40 prints,
2 1/2 " Jelly Roll Strip sets,
1 1/2 " Honey Bun strips sets, a 7 fat quarter set,
2 large fun prints in twill
Did you see Bella's cute little purse yesterday made from twill?
Yeah, we're related.
She gets it from me.
and rounding it all out nicely....select yardage.
Whew.
Do you want Mo Mo? Or less less?
I can't get Rebel Yell out of my mind......she cried Mo, Mo, Mo. Are you with me Bridget? It's rock and roll this time. Fun Fact: (or not) My husband and I consider Rebel Yell our love song. It's the first song we ever danced to. I know....it's no REO Speedwagon, but it is what it is. Thank you Billy Idol.
OH, what is the giveaway today?
We're still about choices around here.
How about choosing between a:
charm pack
4 fat quarters
1 yard of cotton twill or
2 - half yard cuts!

Let's see....more choices.....leave a comment about rabbits or Billy Idol or Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.

We gotta keep it fresh people!

Random Drawing later tonight, Thursday.

Good Luck!



157 comments:

  1. Awesome giveaway! Love all the pictures of yummy fabric.

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  2. I love this fabric line! It's soooo cute!

    Cindy

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  3. nice happy fabric...couldn't choose...love surprises!
    Rabbits? my two sons went through the pet rabbit stage...rabbits make fun pets

    just found your blog...will be doing some more reading and looking at the tutorials

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  4. Need it. Want it. Love it.

    Our bunny just died. Seriously. I am not joking. How sad is that?

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  5. OMG, that is the most lovely fabric I've seen in ages. Pick me, pick, I'd be like Alice disappearing down the rabbit hole, disappearing into the sewing room to create something special with fabric like taht. Come on, take pity on me, we have such alimited choice of fabric here in New Zealand, my local shop never sells charm packs (that's my pick of the lott). I'll even sing Billy Idol while I sew if it helps. I always liked 'White Wedding' :-)

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  6. Swear you won't tell anyone, but...I used to have a crush on Billy Idol a while back. A long while, but still.

    Oh and I LOVE the MoMo! I can't decide which bunch of it I want. I'm really drooling over the twill. Have a great day ladies!

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  7. Now this fabric is great!

    cross fingers for me!!

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  8. I bore a very strong resemblance to both Tweedledum and Tweedledee when I was pregnant, just without the bow ties and silly hats. I would post a photo to prove it, but...just can't find one at the moment. Such a shame. ;-)

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  9. Ooh Charm Pack for me. I'd really take a honey bun or a jelly roll or anything you want to shoot my way. And now that you mention it, I'm taken back to my first junior high dance with Billy Idol singing. I had no clue what all the fuss was about. And then they played Monay Monay. What was it about repeating words back then? Maybe they couldn't remember what was next?

    Thanks for the fun giveaway! I can't wait to see who won.

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  10. Lovin' the MOMO! It is so pretty and fun. I am not sure what I would pick. The twill could be interesting...but then a charm pack, or wait, yardage! AY YI YI!
    Billy Idol??? Clueless on that one. I mean I know who he is but couldn't name a song or album. He was not for me. Now Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, we have a lot in common - the three of us should NOT wear horizontal stripes because yes we share the same body shape! Sad, I know. We also look quite dorky in hats. Although I don't LOVE the Alice in Wonderland ride at Dland, I DO love the Mad Hatter's Tea Cups there.

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  11. Ohhh... Billy Idol...that was a long time since I listened too... wow... suddenly I felt old...dont know why...lol...Rebel Yell thats a great song!!!!
    Love the the bag made of the twill... :o)

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  12. Can I throw Jefferson Airplane into the mix? MoMo's Wonderland takes me straight to "Go Ask Alice" trippy and all.

    Amy

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  13. Wonderful giveaway!!!

    "Oh! Little bunny rabbit,
    Hopping here and hopping there!
    Oh! Little bunny rabbit,
    Hopping, hopping everywhere!
    Now your nose begins to jiggle,
    And your ears begin to wiggle,
    Oh! Little bunny rabbit,
    Hop! Now hop away!"

    stitchsavesnine(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  14. Lovely giveaway! I had fallen in love with Momo since I first saw it! And yes, the purse made by Bella is so cute!
    I would love the fat quarter pack or half yard cuts =).
    Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum have always been a fascination to me! As a child, I admired their strange but handsome outfits, their plumpy walks and how they complement each other! Fascinating characters I must say!

    zlyn88(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. I used to have the biggest crush on Billy Idol. Didn't he marry a fan, or am I confusing him with someone else, or it could have been a recurring dream where he married me, and sung 'white wedding' as I walked down the aisle. In my dream I was wearing a HUGE white frilly, crazy over the top 1980s wedding dress, and I had the biggest bubble permed hair you had ever seen.

    I digress - Momo - momomomomomooooooooo!!! I love that stuff too much for words.

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  16. GORGEOUS! I wasn't much of a Billy Idol fan until I saw the movie "Legend of Billie Jean". I loved when she chopped her hair off and channeled Billy! It has made me want that short spiky blond hair ever since LOL! Now I'm going to have Rebel Yell on my mind for days. Gee, thanks ;-)

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  17. I just spent some coin in the ebay shop and found the blog. It's so fun!! --The blog, that is. Hubby doesn't think me spending coin on fabric is so fun. Anyway, we have millions of rabbits and my daughter loves to chase them. My dog likes to "play" with them, my hillbilly hubby used to eat them, and I would like to sew with them! Thanks for the generous giveaways.

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  18. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance.

    Billy Idol? I haven't heard about him since the 80s...boy, do I feel old...

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  19. You have the best giveaways! Such beautiful fabric!
    Blessings,
    Diane

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  20. Oh wow. I never got into the whole Alice in Wonderland thing. That queen was too freaky! I maybe would have, if I had this fabric tied into it somehow. Sadly the rabbits in print are the only ones I'm allowed to pet--allergies...sniff, sniff.
    Great choices for your giveaway.

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  21. I love this fabric! So happy!! When I think of rabbits I think of my son's rabbit Gerald that someone gave him as a birthday present at college. Guess who became the surrogate parents of this cutie? Not my son, the rabbit! Have a great day!

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  22. Such cute fabric...I would love to be in the drawing.

    Growing up my husband had a small farm in a bigger city. They had rabbits, ducks, chickens, dogs, cats, and reptiles to fill in.

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  23. I just remembered back to Billy Idol and the fact that "he established his superstar status in the United States with hits like "Rebel Yell" "Eyes Without a Face," "Flesh For Fantasy"...great memories.
    Oh, and back to fabric..this is just a wonderful line. I would love some.

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  24. Look at that delish fabric. I would LOVE a charm pack sent this way. As far as rabbits, I need a few to decorate my house for Easter.

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  25. Love the fabric. Thanks for the chance to win. Rabbits...hmmm, well I just 2 Pandora bracelet rabbit charms for my daughters for Easter!
    ~Karen~

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  26. I would love me some Mo Mo Mo.

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  27. I would like to enter, but speaking of Billy Idol, I heard a song of his yesterday, how coincidental you mention him!

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  28. Rabbits, Purple and Paisley just got a sweet one for a pet, my sister has them as pets too, thank you for the chance to win this amazing fabric! Boy would I love a yard!

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  29. Oh another giveaway.Yay, i love your giveaways!! Hmm Rabbits...yep had em growin up...Billy Idol...well I would be happy to sing White Wedding ala The Wedding Singer...hmmm...randomness here I know, tryin to catch up on my bloggy friends before taking kiddo to preschool...weeee

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  30. Random bunny-related comment: I picked up some used books for my 3-year old daughter last weekend, and was reading one to her last night. It was an older one, about a family of bunnies. I was reading right along, until it got to the point about a mean old weasel eating grandpa bunny for breakfast. I just couldn't do it - I skipped those lines! Now I'm wondering what that says about my parenting... :-)

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  31. I LOVE wonderland! I think the 4 fqs would be better. When I was 9 I was in a play, and ended up being either tweedle dee or tweedle dum. Ughh. We had the outfits and everything. We looked kind of funny because we were girls, and we were stick thin!

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  32. What a great line of goodies!! I love them ALL!!
    Bunnies....I just made a stuffed one for my granddaughter for easter. All polka dots and pink...tee hee....

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  33. what a great giveaway! I just love that fabric! charm packs are my favorites...so versatile!
    I never was a huge fan of tweedle dee or tweedle dum, but, I do like them better than the walrus and the carpenter! I also happen to enjoy the cheshire cat! such a lovely mix of helpful sarcasm! What does all this say about me? who knows, ha ha ha :)

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  34. Nice fabrics and a wonderful Give away! To be honest, I don't know Billy Idol (!)About rabbits - We often spent Easter holiday in Denmark (we live in Norway) when the kids were small. There is plenty of wild rabbits, so we called them Easter bunnies.

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  35. Yum!
    When I was in middle school we spent most of band class making our best Billy Idol sneers!

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  36. This line of fabric is too cute!! I'm thinkin' charm pack. There are rabbits all over my house just in time for Easter! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  37. How can I decide, I would love to win all of it. It's faboulous. We spent many hours watch AIW, that was one of our daughters favorite movie. Thanks for sponsoring such great give aways. oohsaahsw@aol.com

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  38. jill-lifewithaviewMarch 19, 2009 at 8:02 AM

    Our first grand daughter is known as our "bunny baby".We have a family tradition of calling out "bunny" the first of every month-whoever says it first "wins".Little,beautiful Ariana was born on the first of August & I try to find Bunny things for her for the first of each month. "Bunny" just seems cuter than "rabbit", don't you think?!!

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  39. Oh...I'd love a charm pack...or...or...or...Yep, a charm pack would be wonderful! And all that talk of Billy Idol just brought back lots of memories of MTV and 80's hair!

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  40. Why haven't I seen this before, it's super cute and perfect for spring! Oh, talk about a great kitchen wall hanging out of it!
    As for Alice in Wonderland, I never could get into that darn movie. And Billy Idol was before my time. I do remember seeing him in Adam Sandler's the Wedding Singer though!!

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  41. Billy Idol..."White Wedding" I remember that song playing on the radio so many years ago...now we're really showing our age aren't we?

    Love the fabrics you showed this morning. Wished I could run out and add these new ones coming out to my stash. I'm trying to be good lately, but it would be nice to win them!

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  42. LOVE this fabric, LOVE Billy Idol...Pick me please....

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  43. I saw Billy Idol in concert years ago- He was great! I love the new fabric line and the purse that was made out of it yesterday. Please enter me in your great draw. I liked the 10" squares.

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  44. Another beautiful giveaway! I would choose the charm pack. I just recently made a doll carrier for my lil angel with bunny rabbit fabric. And during the summer we have some rabbit friends that come to visit us from the woods behind our house.
    ~Tootles for now!

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  45. I'm an 80's girl myself so I can appreciate Billy Idol. I remember seeing "White Wedding" on MTV aLOT!

    The fabric is absolutely beautiful...would love to win it. :-)

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  46. ohhh....look at that fabric.....look at me drool!! what a great give away!! i would love the jelly rolls or maybe the yardage; no wait...maybe the charm packs...hmmm....drooling....
    have to pick rabbits to discuss; my little girl would love a bunny, we had two once, sad ending to them involving a dog...enough said =0(

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  47. I have certainly been feeling like tweedle dee and tweedle dum for the last little while. I think I am either getting ahead of myself or getting older. Love the fabric!

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  48. That fabric is gorgeous. I have to say that Billy Idol has always freaked me out a little bit. Am I the only one?

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  49. They all sound good but I guess I would pick 4 fat quarters.

    Rabbit story- My husband and I were watching the 2nd season of NYPD Blue last night and a psycho stalking female was after detective Simone. I turned to my husband and said "do you smell boiling rabbit?" (Fatal Attraction movie reference for those who don't think that is funny.)

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  50. This looks like fun fabric and I could use some new fat quarters!

    I am working on Ann's BOM at Bunny Hill right now it has really sweet baskets filled with something different to applique each month.

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  51. I just found your blog yesterday, and today it was the first I went to. And now a give away. I was an 80's girl and absolutely love(d) Billy Idol. I was even able to work his music into a very long comparative essay my senoir year. It probably helped that my teacher was clueless as to who he was!
    I love your blog! Contact me blhlfam at yahoo dot com

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  52. I love rabbits especially chocolate ones. Linda Gerig

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  53. hmmm....I can do rabbits, I guess. I used to have rabbits. We had one that would lay on it's back in our lap and let it pet it. I thought at the time it was just really tame, but I think it was actualy just scared! It was cute, though.

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  54. This fabric is delicious....

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  55. Oh I really really like this fabric line!!!

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  56. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    maumauisginger(at)gmail(dot)com

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  57. Oh Billy Idol ha ha great topic. I dressed my not so straight roomate up at billy idol for a Holywood rock and roll party about 5 years ago. He looked good to. Eyeliner and all.

    Thanks for making me smile this morning.

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  58. LOVE THE MOMO!!! My favorite Billy Idol song is "Rock the cradle of love" I don't care who is in the car, room whatever/wherever but when this song comes on I crank it, LOUD!

    k2hanson@msn.com

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  59. I can't believe it but I'm actually with you! It's nice to know the song this yime ;).

    I think that's an awesome song to have! My husband and I danced to Brian Adams "Everything I do I do it for you". The second longest song in history only to be trumped by Meatloaf. My heals still have a blister 12 years later.

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  60. "Gimmee gimmee mo gimmee mo gimmee gimme mo..." little Britney Spears there for you youn'uns.

    Did you know rabbits have two kinds of poop and eat one? They have hard, dry pellets which are their real wastes, then they have soft greenish poop which they immediately eat, because it still contains a lot of undigested nutrients. This is similar to a cow chewing its cud. It's because they don't want to spend a lot of time out in the open feeding like a cow, so they digest the rest of the way back in the warren with the coprophagy thing. Sorry, museum exhibit writer/researcher/quilter over here.

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  61. I do love this fabric! My mom used to have pet rabbits as a child and every year around Easter she threatens one for our daughter!

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  62. I don't much care for Billy Idol (please don't shoot me!) BUT he's a favorite of my friend Jennifer, he makes me think of her, her hair is much the same as his. LOVE this MoMo!

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  63. I love the MoMo. I love the rabbit hiding in the tree. And it comes in twill, too? Fabulous!

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  64. Love love love it!! What gorgeous fabrics!! Perfect for girls! My husband is an identical twin and I sometimes refer to him and his brother as Twiddle Dee & Twiddle Dum (but shush don't tell anyone!)

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  65. oh, what a great giveaway!! i would love anything from this line!

    rabbits- we had a cute little fluffy white rabbit a couple years back and we even litter trained him. he just hopped around the house!! he got a cold and didn't make it through. we miss him!!

    gymbocrazymama@hotmail.com

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  66. Beautiful fabric and great give away, only thing is, I think I'm going to have "Rebel Yell" stuck in my head the rest of the day!

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  67. With a rebel yell! She cried mo mo mo... Ok it's stuck in my head now and I'm remembering the video too. Hahaha Uh oh, am I dating myself here?!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  68. I've always thought tweedle dee and tweedle dum would make great Halloween costumes for my husband and I! Now... if I could only get him to dress up. I love the pictures of the fabric!

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  69. Charm Pack would be my pick. And as for little bunny rabbits they are Soooo cute, except when they eat my flowers. Where's Elmer Fudd when ya need him...

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  70. I swear this is the truth--MoMo is my very favoritest out of all the new Moda lines. LOVE it!
    I collected little Avon bunnies that came out once a year in the early 80's for my youngest daughter. Now she wants to pull them out for her own daughters room, and yesterday I found one of the missing years' rabbits at the thrift shop for $1.99! yay!

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  71. I would love the charm pack if I won...

    My favorite rabbit name of all time--Cadbury! He belonged to my sister-in-law...

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  72. I have this photo of my dad and husband at the tux shop trying on our wedding tuxes. My hubby is 6'5" and my dad is 5'10" (and potbellied). The tie that came with the tux ended up being WAY too short on both of them and they looked really silly without the jacket on. So we called them Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum all day.

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  73. My maiden name is dutch and it means "rabbit" in English - I guess I had some quick and jumpy ancestors, or maybe they just had lots of bunnies :)

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  74. I'd love to win the fat quarter pack. Random fact about rabbits ... my daughter is afraid of them. And robots. And snowmen. Oh, and Humpty Dumpty. But she's fine with snakes, spiders, monsters ... what a goofy girl!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  75. I love this fabric collection! Whenever I think about Billy Idol, I think of the end of The Wedding Singer. Such a funny movie!

    maxandellie[at]gmail[dot]com

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  76. I saw Billy at a concert in Irvine, CA last year..I was 3rd row...he is STILL a sexy, sweaty, hip gyrating man!

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  77. love this new fabric line!
    i was never a fan of Billy until i saw him in the movie Wedding Singers with Adam Sandler-just too funny!

    thanx for the chance

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  78. Oh great, now I've got Rebel Yell stuck in my head to. I LOVE the fabric though!

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  79. Oh my goodness! Definitely MO MO MOMO!!! I love the Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum prints.... And all the choices...

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  80. Fun giveaway! What a great fabric line - i stare at the fabric online on a daily basis, but haven't yet decided what to order. winning some would certainly help!

    and speaking of rabbits... here's something funny. when you make a little snowman and go looking for eyes, even though those little perfectly round brown balls look like they'd work so well, i'd advise against it. from personal experience... um, yeah.

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  81. How about Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum dressed as rabbits and dancing to your song?

    I love the reds! Great colors!

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  82. Wow! great giveaway! Thank you :-)

    Billy Idol - I swear my sister in law thinks he sang to her at not one, but THREE concerts she went to in the last few years. She's addicted.

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  83. I like 2 half yard cuts myself.

    Loved Billy Idol's hair. How did he get it to stand up like that? And he always looked like he was snarling...

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  84. This materials look very cool. Love the line.

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  85. I am completely captivated by this fabric line! Billy Idol -- love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love him! Not just Rebel Yell reminds me of this fabric line -- how about Mony Mony?

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  86. These are actually two quotes from Billy Idol...you decide! (I have to agree his music is AWESOME and is on my exercise playlist!)

    "The biggest misconception people have about me is that I'm stupid."

    "Everybody got it wrong. I said I was into porn again, not born again."

    Charla :)

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  87. I really don't like when rabbits have red eyes...kinda creeps me out.
    I'd probably get 2 halfs, but I don't know. You're awesome, both of you!
    spondah(at)aol(dot)com

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  88. This is a gorgeous line. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  89. Oh Billy - I'm another one who had a secret crush :)
    Love the song Eyes without a Face.
    Karen

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  90. I had the most wonderful rabbit pet named Oreo. She lived for 10 years in a cage in my Dining Room and even though my dog would try to chase rabbits outside he never bothered her. He became quite distraught when she got old and would fall over. He would come and get us and he barked like crazy when she passed away. We were all sad for a long time but I think the dog missed her most of all.

    Love the fabric.

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsure at yahoo dot com)

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  91. love love love these colors! awesome fabric giveaway!!!

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  92. My sister had a rabbit named Bunny. Isn't that hilarious!! And I'm totally not kidding, maybe it's cuz growing up we also had a cat named Kitty?!

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  93. Tweedle dee and Tweedle dum give me MOMO its number 1!!

    is that keeping it fresh enough lol
    Seriously cute fabric line!

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  94. I have a twin sister and when we were kids my mom sewed us up some great Tweedledee and Tweedledum costumes! Maybe that's where I got the sewing bug?!? I am in love with this new line and am now crossing my fingers to win your generous give away!

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  95. We had two black and white Dutch rabbits named Skittles and Slippers (as in Bunny Slippers). Skittles was a disobedient loner who we should have named Billy Idol, now that I think about it.

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  96. Would LOVE to win this! I'm giving fabric away on my blog because I have too much, I really shouldn't be hoping to win more...

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  97. I had a pet rabbit named Shadow as a child. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  99. I had two lop bunnies growing up. They were huge. And they were a pain to clean up after. They sure were cute though.

    Just like that fabric!

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  100. What a coincidence...I just put a "Watch" on this fabric on Ebay!

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  101. Oh!, the fabric is great, and what a funtastic giveaway!
    I would love to win :)

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  102. please please please pick me :) xoxo melzie

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  103. Wow! Thanks for the chance to win! I am so excited! And thanks for the Billy Idol reference - now it's stuck in my head, too!

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  104. The bag made from the twill is so cute...I completely missed the rabbit in that pattern (which now I think I need) until you pointed it out.

    Your reference to Billy Idol cracked me up. I loved the song White Wedding but the music video totally creeped me out.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  105. Wow! Your comment response to these Thursday giveaways is shooting throught roof! Good for you, not good odds for me. Have you read the book Watership Down? It's about rabbits and it is surprisingly good (or at least I thought so). Thanks for the giveaway- I would choose the charm pack.

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  106. Love the purse and the MoMo. Totally 70's with the mushrooms. Love ya shelto

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  107. drooling over the MoMo. love it.

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  108. Can't think of anything witty to say--I really do like this Wonderland fabric, though. Thanks for a fun giveaway!
    carrielucekc(at)gmail.com

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  109. My first boyfriend LOVED Billy Idol. So much so, he looked like him. Weren't the 80s fun! I'd love to win - a charm pack or fat quarters would be awesome. =)

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  110. very cool!!
    luv2knit@roadrunner.com

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  111. Oooh, what lovely fabric. Thanks for the chance to win. As for Billy Idol, he kinda scares me. Actually, he REALLY scares me. All that crazy white spiky hair!

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  112. I've been drooling over this collection! Thanks for sharing :)

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  113. "The sun was shining on the sea, shining with all its might. It did its very best to make the billows full and bright. And this was odd because it was - the middle of the night!"

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  114. I never heard of Billy Idol and the only rabbit I know is the Easter Bunny. But I love the cotton twill bag!

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  115. I used to have a rabbit, we called it bunny, its nickname was thumper I think. Thumper played with the cat and ate the electrical wires.

    Also, I'm totally digging the twill.

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  116. I love it all, so pretty and the little lunch box is so cute. We do not have pet rabbits but wild rabbits - they come to eat out of our yard.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  117. "Tweedledum and Tweedledee
    Agreed to have a battle;
    For Tweedledum said Tweedledee
    Had spoiled his nice new rattle..."
    should I go on?! Personally I prefer the White Rabbit or the White Wedding!

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  118. I just love this fabric! I want some!

    um...i used to have a rabbit named Cosmo, named after Kramer on Seinfeld.

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  119. Oooh, I JUST about bought some of the Tea Time in Tomato but decided against it (purse strings are tightening). I would pick two half yards cuts and of course one would be that!

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  120. Please add me to the drawing.
    amaryllis_wings@yahoo.ca

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  121. billy idol was kind of a hottie...nice choice in songs;) love that fabric!

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  122. LOVE IT ALL! I have no idea which I would choose.

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  123. Very fun fabrics! It does remind me of Alice in Wonderland...I think I need the 4 fat quarters...yes I did say need.

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  124. hmmmm... this could make some really fun stuff!! :o)

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  125. Yummy fabric! How to choose, although I do think the scissors are delightful!

    P.S. can I just choose Anonymous?
    jbreillatt@att.net

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  126. Am I late? Am I late?
    Just like the rabbit of Alice in Wonderland... always running but never on time!
    Just adore this line... the most funtastic fabrics ever!

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  127. the colors and prints are great! and who doesn't smile to White Wedding!! :) Happy Spring!

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  128. I'm pretty sure my brother Matt and I called each other Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. Of course he was the dum as he was the little brother.
    Fingers crossed!

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  129. Killer rabbits with nasty, big, pointy teeth! That and "White Wedding." good times...

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  130. I love this fabric! It does remind me more of Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit than the one in Alice in Wonderland though!

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  131. Ooooh - love!

    I would love to have a rabbit... a big, floppy eared bunny would completely make my day. However, I have a cat that would probably disown me if a rabbit showed up in the living room, so alas, no rabbit :)

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  132. I prefer "Dancin' with myself," but to each his own!

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  133. I love the momo fabrics. awesome colors awesome prints just too much to love about it!

    I have twins.. sometimes my husbands jokingly calls them "tweedle dee and tweedle dum" how sad is that .. and also hilarious

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  134. We love Billy Idol. :) Amanda plays him on Guitar Hero!

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  135. I just found your blog and love it! I've got some reading to do!
    Oh, and I am a closet Billy Idol fan.

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  136. The fabric is so pretty. I have not seen it before. Well, the first thing that came to my mind when I read "rabbits" was Thumper from Bambi and what he said "If you can't say something nice just don't say any thing at all" I am saying nice fabrics.

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  137. This new fabric line is just gorgeous. I'd love to win !!

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  138. my cousin used to do horrible billy idol impersonations.

    oh, and i really want that fabric.

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  139. bunnies. chocolate bunnies. solid chocolate bunnies. there used to be a local chocolate shop that made bunnies with the big lopey ears. you can get the stand up ears anywhere. oh i miss that chocolate shop!

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  140. I saw Billy Idol a few years ago with my husband and family because we had free tickets. Our favorite part was watching a guy that looked and acted like him in the audience.

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  141. I wish I had a pet rabbit! They are so cute!

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  142. Mo Mo Mo! Love it. I had rabbits when I was younger. They are soft and cuddly.

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  143. I love that this line is inspired by Alice in Wonderland - one of my fav stories!

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  144. Billy: eccentric rocker, blonde hair,foul mouthed how's that??? Wow there are so many great lines coming out right now! where to turn??? mmm

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  145. OH MY I want MO MO MO!!! :) I'd love to have some for some projects I am working on.

    I had bunnies in high school, I loved them. I had 3..one solid white dwarf rabbit, a flop eared big fat rabit and a black and white one :)

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  146. Um. It's pretty difficult to choose between Billy Idol and Tweedle Dee/ Tweedle Dum. You're causing lots of angst for every good child of the 80's. The other choice is hard too, but I guess I'd have to go with the charm pack.

    Great giveaway, thanks!

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  147. Let's see. . . I know! We saw rabbits today at the Boise Zoo! They were a little shy and didn't want to come out of their "rabbit hole" but they were cute. BTW, I LOVE this fabric line. Can I have one of each, please?

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  148. I love all this fabric. I may have missed the giveaway but had to comment on how lovely all of this is.

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  149. This is such a cute line, I want some of that scissor fabric to make a cute sewing machine cover out of. Love it all! -Allison cluckclucksew@gmail.com

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  150. I am in love with some Momo!! Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum are what I call my children when they are up to no good :D

    sevidesigns@yahoo.com

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  151. Does being a hopeless Alice in Wonderland fanatic count for anything? :D I would love to have Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum as cutouts on my craft room wall! :)

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  152. I'd pick the 4 fat quarters. What a beautiful line of fabric.

    Rabbits... we had them as children. My brother decided to breed them (we lived on a hobby farm) and he was very successful. Too successful. Needless to say, he didn't really need the 'birds and the bees' talk! :-)

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  153. If it is not too late please enter me in your drawing. Everything is so nice it will be hard to choose. Tonight my granddaughter asked me if the Easter Bunny was having Santa make his toys for Easter! Is that bunny enough? LOL

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