Thursday, June 25, 2009

Fabric! ~ Giveaway ~ Winner Chosen

Update: Winner chosen -- Congrats to Anya #29. It was fun reading everything you guys are working on & want to make.

Our giveaway today is 1 yard of fabric,





OR

you can pick 2 half yards
OR

4 - 9" cuts
I'm accomodating today.
Leave a comment about what you'd do with it!

Random drawing later tonight.
Good luck

148 comments:

  1. Yummy fabric, now what would I do with it? Hmmmm, probably make a bag/tote for a very special friend I think, she deserves one. Lizzie

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  2. I've got some new Melly & Me patterns on the way to me, I think I'd use two half-yards to make the Black Forest Bag!

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  3. What would I DREAM of doing with it or what would I REALLY do with it??? The dream - an apron, or a purse, or a table runner. In reality - look at it, unfold it, fold it, admire it, fondle it, try not to drool on it, think about cutting it.

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  4. I would love to make a tote bag.
    Thank you for the giveaway. Please include my name in the drawing.
    Good luck to everyone!

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  5. The day I win one of these drawings is the day I buy a lottery ticket, lol...what would I do with the fabric--why quilt of course!

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  6. There's a never ending list of the things I can find to do with such georgous fabric! Quilts, cushions, bags - and I can choose just one!
    Best wishes,
    Jenelle

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  7. can i ever win some fabric?? i wish!!
    i would make something for one of my kids!! and i will be happy and they would be happy cues we live in israel and we dont have the same fabric
    so please let me win for once!

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  8. probably think about ten things to do with it before I made a decision but I'm looking for fabric for an apron at the moment.

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  9. I would incorporate it into a blankie I want to make for my daughter who has just been made redundant. She needs cheering up and this would do the trick. karen

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  10. oh joy. I am currently gathering american jane fabrics to make a quilt for my best friend's mum (she turns 70 this year), so a yard of fabric would definitely make my job easier!
    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  11. What wonderful fabric you are giving away....the possibilities are endless as to what I would do with the fabric...hummmmm add fabric to it for a quilt? tote? Table runner....I am game, thanks...

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  12. lovely fabrics.

    I am making quilts for a large hospital in London, England. I would use some of these fabrics to brighten up someones life!!
    I would also have to keep a little bit for myself to drool over and admire.
    xx

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  13. I'd love to make a bag... or a table runner.. or a skirt for my little girl... the possibilities are endless!!!

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  14. mmmmm....I needs me some stripe-age to dress my new purty windows in my new purty kitchen...to frame those lovely tree-covered mountains....

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  15. I'm missing some of the Wonderland by Momo that I would like to have... and I want to make myself a pretty skirt with it!!

    Contact:librosfera at gmail dot com

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  16. I could use some binding fabric for m 4th of July picnic quilt.

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  17. Oh! What pretty fabrics! I would definitely make a diaper bag/tote for my soon-to-be-here grandaughter, of course! I hope I win!!!
    Thank you for including my name in your giveaway!
    ~Leona~

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  18. I'd be happy just looking and stroking it for a while before I decided , lol .

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  19. hey, lovely fabric, i would make a cute stuffed animal for my friends new baby. x love tasha

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  20. I love that Christmas fabric! Maybe I'd make a new stocking or two, or a table runner.

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  21. I would use it for one of my new patterns from Sew Serendipity...or I would make something for our new house. Thanks!!!

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  22. OOOOoooh that's nice. I'd likely pick 4 different fabrics as I'm getting more into quilting and patchwork lately. In fact, I've already cut into the fabrics I won from you last week to make a patchwork purse for a friend! I'm hoping to try to hit a few craft fairs this summer, so I'd probably use fabrics to make some patchwork baskets, coinpurses, and the like. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway!

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  23. I like those soft Christmas fabrics, Id love to make my sister a Christmas lap quit!

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  24. I have really wanted to make a table runner and that wonderful holiday fabric is just perfect!
    Thanks

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  25. I am not sure yet what I would make. A purse, make-up bags, pillowcase, skirt for my daughter the so many options.

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  26. I would get two half yards to start a collection of that figgy pudding and go get me some more sew I could make a quilt!

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  27. I would buy two more yards of the fabric I win and make a dress!:) Shawna

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  28. I would make an apron for my daughter who is getting her first apartment!

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  29. Lovely giveaway. Count me in, please! I think I would make a bag.

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  30. Awesome! I am working on aprons, aprons, aprons, and I would LOVE some of your fabric!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  31. Well, with the way my life is so crazy right now, it would probably go on top of my stash for me to think about--I'm about to start all my Christmas projects!

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  32. Yay! I'd love to make a little top for my 3-year-old.

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  33. I'd probably make a table runner with the fabric. I hope I win!

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  34. I would use the fabric as the base for a quilt - I need to get busy on Christmas gifts!

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  35. I can always think of a use for a yard of beautiful fabric! Right now, I am dying for something bright and pretty for kitchen curtains.

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  36. More fabric. Hmmmmm. I guess I would add it to the fabric I have for a very special quilt I'm planning.

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  37. i heart this kinda giveaway... make your bloggers happy kind!! thanks!!

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  38. Oh Please! I'm working on some baby quilts!

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  39. What a fun, summery, no stress giveaway ... I love it!

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  40. I'm thinking bag or apron -- or I may just hoard it, because that's what I do.

    jessierey(at)msn(dot)com

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  41. I would pick a Sheri Berry Christmas fabric to use as a border with the other fabrics from the collection that I already have.

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  42. That is a lot which will help me finish up my Wild Blossom quilt. I may need a variety of fabric to make a colorful pieced border. using half of a layer cake can be a bummer

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  43. I would probably make a bag/tote. Or possibly make a cute pair of bloomers for my little one.

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  44. Honestly, I have so many things going on right now, I'd probably put it in my stash and admire it for a while.

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  45. I have a bunch of quilts I want to make, so would pick something to go with fabric in the stash!

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  46. l think I would make myself a new apron if I won the giveaway. I love aprons and the ones I am using have all seen better days.

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  47. I'm always up for feeding the stash! You're generous.

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  48. Your tempting displays of fabric are making my mouth water! My next project is a baby quilt, so that would probably guide my decision should I win. Thnaks!
    Krousegirl2 at aol dot com
    Jenny

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  49. I think I would use it to make a diaper bag for baby who is due in September. Boy or girl? Don't know!

    ltenhage@gmail.com

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  50. Oh wow! The 30's fabrics and the pinks are driving me crazy :-) Love these fabrics. The 30's fabrics would be great for a medallion quilt that I am planning, or the pinks for the Flea Market Fancy that I am cutting out. Woo-hoo, beautiful choices. Thanks!

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  51. Oh my, I so love this fabric. I am looking at making travel pillows with secret pockets for my daughters. Some of this fabric would be perfect for it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  52. WOW and who can't use MORE fabric! count me in

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  53. Morning, you always carry such beautiful fabric. If I am a lucky winner, I would like two half yards of fabric.

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  54. I would make my little girl a pair of ruffly pants. Or, I would make a myself a new bag. I'm waaaay overdue!

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  55. ohhhhhhh, wow!! I'm actually just learning to quilt and would love some gorgeous stuff to learn more with :)

    candy at afconnect dot com

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  56. Oh! I would use it to make the Happy Stacker Ring toy from Heather Bailey. In the Darla Fabrics, maybe?!

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  57. Hmmm, what would I do with some of your yummy fabric, I would probably like the 4 cuts, so I could use a little here and there for my quilt!

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  58. Yes......yes....my turn to win, and I would make a bag. Thanks again for the chance.

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  59. I need a cute new summery bag to flaunt around town. ;o)

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  60. Oh wow, it depends, they're all so beautiful. I would use the fabric in the first pic to make a skirt for my lil angel, and the fabric in the last pic to make a table runner.
    ~Tootles!

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  61. ummm,yes please! Well, if I won, for now it would go into my fabric stash, because I have so much fabric and so many planned projects it would probably take me a while to get around to using it. . . but it would be loved! ;0)

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  62. Well I'm not exactly sure what I would do with it. But I'm working a makeing a stash of fabric for a "seven sisters" quilt. Thanks for a chance at the giveaway

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  63. let's see...
    one yard of fabric...
    well when it got here i would take it out and admire it like crazy.
    even have a photoshoot.
    then i would let it play with my other fabric for a day or so.
    and lastly i would reluctantly chop it up and make something amazing with it.
    not sure what yet...i have to wait for the fabric to speak to me.
    :)

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  64. i sure would love some of that xmas fabric, the smaller size, so i could get more prints, i would make stuff to decorate my new house we are building for xmas

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  65. I think I would make some bibs for my first grandbaby, due to arrive in January!

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  66. I would use it to make something from the Craft Challenge book about making stuff out of old pillowcases!

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  67. Oooh... I would make a Buttercup Bag. I just love the style. As alwasy, thanks for the Thursday fun.

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  68. Hmmm...what would I make...I would probably start a new pile of fabric for a new quilt! I hope I win!!

    cliffandrobinand2monsters@yahoo.com

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  69. Umm... I would make... something... with it. Err... a purse? Quilt? Skirt for my baby? Umm... I don't know exactly. I would make something fantastic, though!

    I am hosting a giveaway on my blog, too... just FYI to everyone leaving comments...

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  70. Hi there!
    Oh, I'd definitely choose some of the darla-ing fabric...some months ago I found the perfect buttons (blue, red/pink, green and yellow with white dots on them...even in 2 sizes...) and thought: they're meant to be used with 'Darla'...and I would make a bag OR a sewing caddy for me...and a pincushion...and...well, so many ideas...{I NEED a bag and a pincushion and a sewing caddy because I still haven't any of these yet ;o)}.
    Thanks for this generous giveaway,
    Julia

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  71. ooooooooooooh I want, I want, I want!!! I would pick some of the Sheri Berry Christmas line! LOVE IT!! I got the panel last week but now I need yardage!!!

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  72. I feel like I need new curtains in the kitchen...I think that is what I would make with prize fabric!
    Thanks
    Brina
    BlRohloff(at)aol(dot)com

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  73. Loved the stack of all the pink loveliness.. so I just have to make a comment...lol... a girl have to try .. dont I..?? :o)

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  74. I have a couple of chairs I am refinishing (one for each of my daughters)and I need something girly and cute to reupholster the seats with!

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  75. the question is what wouldn't i do with it?! i have so many things i want to make and so many projects already started! the truth is that i would probably hoard it like i do all pretty fabric, waiting for the perfect project.

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  76. I think I would go for the 1/2 yard pieces and use them in a purse. I'm on a purse making kick right now LOL!

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  77. Oh, I bet you can guess EXACTLY what I'd do with it! I'd get some pink fabric (maybe 2 half yards for some variety) and add it to my stash of pink for the all pink quilt I am making for the daughter of the new family in our neighborhood. (Or they will be in our neighborhood soon, once their Habitat for Humanity house is built!) I just posted yesterday a plea for pink fabric scraps!

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  78. I'd probably make a purse or an apron. Im in dire need of both but havent yet hit on the fabric I want to use.

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  79. Such pretty fabric! I have a niece due to arrive in September with heart problems and she will need surgery, so I will be making her a snugly quilt to keep her warm. I am about to start the quilt for her and the fabric shown would go beautifully with the fabrics I already have.

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  80. I would definitely make a bag!!

    Cindy

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  81. Oooooo! I would probably make a tiny little sundress for my new friend Emmalee who was born premature and is just a wee little peanut! She is just now starting to grow into her newborn clothes! :)

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  82. I think I'd go with two half yards to make myself a purse or bag. Seems my stash keeps growing for projects for my girls lately so I'd love to make something for me.

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  83. I'd make my 2yr old an outfit, or a tote for a gift.

    gordandalisa at gmail dot com

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  84. I would make a pair of pajamas for my nephew. He loves the pajamas I make him.

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  85. Ooh I would love a yard! I just got some new apron patterns, and that is what I would make (it's my first time using a real pattern!).. wooo

    megan.nadalet at gmail dot com

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  86. I would make a fun summer throw quilt, or hoard it for a rainy day. :) I love the wee play line, it makes me happy like no other! -Allison

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  87. I have 4 babies to be in the family over the next 6 months. Gotta get started on gifts.

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  88. Julianna said:

    Oh, I dream of winning fabric!

    jbreillatt@comcast.net

    P.S. I'm too lazy and it's too hot so sign up for an account.

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  89. I need some new pillows, so I'd probably use it for that. Some patchwork pillows maybe :)

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  90. Oh how pretty they all are! I'd probably make a little quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  91. Well the fabric on this post is all so so darling. I've been dying to order that christmas line of sheri berry's. I keep thinking cottages. But what the heck would I do with more cottages!?? I'm thinking of making some table runners for friend gifts though. So I would make those. Love that fabric.

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  92. Two half yards would be perfect for some pillows I'm working on!

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  93. I'm pretty sure if I won, I would just stare at it for a while and wait for inspiration (does that count?) Maybe some pillows. I have been wanting to change things in our house.

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  94. Ohhh, I would make a bag or tote for myself (been wanting to do that for awhile now). Or maybe think of a really cute skirt or dress of my little girl. Oh, the possibilities...

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  95. I don't know what I would make because I'm new to this. But I would love it whatever I made.

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  96. More fabric? What would I make? More room in my closet to add to my stash :)

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  97. Hi Corrie!
    I would make a baby quilt, or a Christmas Table Runner. Thanks a lot!

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  98. I'm making a baby quilt for my niece who is expecting. Also want to make a doll-sized quilt for her toddler. This would be perfect!

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  99. maybe two half yard cuts to make somesort of bag/lindagerig

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  100. Oooooh thanks for the chance!! I'd use it to make a bag with a small matching purse as I've just bought a lovely new pattern.

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  101. I would look at it, fondle it, smell it and wait for the perfect project....

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  102. OMG, that pastel Christmas fabric would make such a lovely pillow for my little girl's bed!!! What a great giveaway!!! Thank you!

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  103. This summer I am planning to make a set of baby mat/quilts for the babies in my music class to lie and sit on so 2 half yards would help. Good luck...

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  104. oh, what a great giveaway!! i would pick the 4 pieces and use them in my summer time quilt i'll be starting!! :)

    gymbocrazymama at hotmail dot com

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  105. I really need a summer top. :)

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  106. I'd use the fabric to sew something cute for my daughter to wear. I've just started sewing clothes for her in the last two days.

    Christina
    cmatthies@hotmail.com

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  107. definitely stashbuilding! haha, is there anything better than that?

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  108. Oooohhhh, I think I would pick 2 half yards and make a bag with it...or maybe a stocking....hmmmm the possibilities...

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  109. I'm still looking for inspiration to get me going on a table runner for my mom. I missed Mother's Day and really need to get this done by her birthday (in Sept.)!

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  110. Hmmm what would I do with the fabric if I won? I think I would use it to dress up some dishtowels that I have waiting on me.

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  111. ermm.. perhaps a cute new plushie or a pouch :)

    zlyn88(at)gmail(dot)com

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  112. Oh, I can think of lots of things- mainly baby items since I love making baby items. I love American Jane!!! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

    orr20004@msn.com

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  113. As usual a very very nice give a way. You have got to be one of the most generous people I know.
    I have a scrappy quilt that I've been wanting to start collecting fabric for. I always have to collect as I hand piece, so each thing I make takes 10x as long to make.

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  114. Win fabric! I'm all over that! All I know is that whatever I do with it will be FUN!

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  115. Oh my! If I won I would debate with me, myself and I over what to do! Maybe a little skirt, maybe a softie for my on the way niece and Grand Baby, maybe a tote bag or purse.

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  116. I'm making a rag doll for my niece and I'm looking for something pretty for the dress.

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  117. Mmm... yes please to all of the above! Fingers crossed!

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  118. I would quilt of course or maybe make a pretty dress for a pretty baby girl

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  119. I'm going to sew my little heart out! I'm going to make some amazing project that will make that yard of fabric proud. (Star Spangled Banner playing in the background.) I'm going to make my family proud. All this if I win the yard of fabric from Quilt Taffy!

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  120. I'm on a tote bag spree. I finished one up today and I am not too happy with how it turned out so I need some more yummy fabric to make a better one!

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  121. I would probably make my very first attempt of an apron! I am new to sewing :)

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  122. Oh, I would make a cute doll blanket for my 4 yr old daughter. THe fabrics are so yummy!!

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  123. I think I would love to make some drawstring gift bags with that holiday fabric!

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  124. Oh, how fun is this? I will probably either make an apron or a tote. Whoopie! How fun is this?

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  125. I hope I'm not to late!! I'm always late!!

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  126. I would make a tote bag!
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    maumauisginger(at)gmail(dot)com

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  127. I believe four different patterns at 9" each would be a good start for a Christmas quilt.

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  128. Seems like all my friends are having babies by the end of the year. So it's quilts and blankies for wee ones for me!Thank you for the giveaway! Keeping my fingers crossed... Deb

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  129. Oh I hope I'm not too late. I love that Christmas fabric. I think I would go with the 4 fabrics at 9 inches. Gosh - what would I do with it. Hmmmmmm! I think a Christmas tote of some kind & who knows what else.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  130. Together with my cross stitch, I can make many small gifts with 4 9" cuts !
    Thanks for a great giveaway !
    Hope I'm not late :)

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  131. It looks like it could be nice stuff to make a beautiful baby blanket - with minky on one side and a satin ruffle. Very nice.

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  132. I would add to my increasing stash I am saving to make a quilt for my niece's benefit. or maybe add it to the collection for the wedding quilt I am plotting. something fun, the fabric demands it!!

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  133. Yum. After I have plenty of time to admire my new fabric, it usually ends up in a quilt.

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  134. I love fabric. Love it. Addicted to it. I'm actually kicking my kids and husband out to the yard so I can use their space to store my fabric.

    Not really, but it might get that bad. I have grand plans for some new clutch purses and fun wonky log cabin blankets. New fabric is just what I need! Well, that and an addition to my apartment to house my fabric....

    Come on, pick me and fuel my addiction!

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  135. I will do what I always do with fabric I love - hoard it!

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  136. I will add it to my ever growing collection

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  137. I would love to make a cute baby dress for my soon to be daughter!

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  138. What a great giveaway! I would sew an apron. Please enter me.

    Hugs :)

    Irma

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  139. I think I would make a table runner with the cute Christmas fabric.

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  140. I would make a small pouch for my purse.

    rsgrandinetti@yahoo.com

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  141. Hmmm... what to do with a yard of beautiful fabric. So many choices. I think I might make a cute dress for my little girl, or maybe a cute skirt for myself. THe possibilities are endless.

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  142. Oh, I am so disappointed. I check your blog daily, but late at night so I missed this ): Great offer though. ~Page

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  143. A nice new bag. On a real bag making kick lately.

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