Thursday, April 22, 2010

Freebird Fabric Giveaway Over

Congrats to Kelli #42! enjoy!
Free as a bird...
I have not been free as bird.
I'm still catching up from being gone last weekend.
This amazing fabric by Momo from Moda Fabrics came today, &
I really wanted to get it on, so we could give some away!

This print is called "Outdoors"...
with butterflies, trees, birds and flowers.
Tweet.

We have Freebird fat quarter bundles,
charm packs, jelly rolls, layer cakes & more.
Today's giveaway is 2 half yards or a charm pack of Freebird.
To enter, leave a comment about flying.
Random drawing later tonight.


157 comments:

  1. Flying is a bit of a sore subject here in the uk at the moment LOL
    Although I think I would love to fly like a bird gliding through the sky with all those beautiful views and the wind in my hair.
    Absolutely lovely fabrics.

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  2. Flying. It is something I have always wanted to do. It is also something I can't imagine. I can watch birds and the beauty and grace amazes me. To see a bird gliding on the wind currents is one of my favorite sights.
    PS: I love the charm pack Frolic I got in the mail from my order. Gorgeous. I will definitely be ordering more!

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  3. its not only a childs dream.
    i still dream about it and those are my best dreams, that i jump up and fly all around..
    i wish i could realy do it

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  4. I hope that I am not too late to enter - I do have a comment on flying - please see my blog post for April 15, 2010 - Time Flies When You Are Flying -

    www.knot-yembroiderylady.blogspot.com

    One of my joys in life is to watch and listen to the birds wherever I go. It has been a joy to share this love with our grand children and right from their early days on we talk about and listen to the birds around us. My experience on a metal bird was on a recent journey to visit them - 2 and almost 4 year olds.

    Thank you for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

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  5. oh wow wonderful design

    and I wont remember flying *g* I was about 8 years old and shouted I can fly and jumped down the stairs, we had 19 steps there, I hurted badly, but I never tried again *g*

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  6. To fly or not to fly... that has been the question lately! Luckily it seems all is getting back to normal again and all those stranded people can get home!

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  7. When I think of flying, I think of getting on a plane for a new adventure or see someone I love. Thanks for the giveaway - I like the new momo line.

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  8. Flying would be my superpower of choice. Oh yes.

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  9. Flying is "the" mode of transportation! We can travel half way around the world in a few hours. It is amazing to me how portable we have become.

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  10. being free as a bird! If only we could be that free!

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  11. Ah, yeah, flying... We are suppose to fly through the UK on Sunday to head back to the States for a family visit that includes Disneyland! Here's to hoping that nothing goes wrong!

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  12. A gal at church turned 41 on Sunday and she flew for the very first time. Ever. That amazed me. I was a teen the first time I flew. My daughter was 6 weeks old. My son was less than 2 years. I would rather have Freebird fabric than fly anywhere right now. :D

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  13. Flying is a sore topic everywhere. My daughter couldnt fly out in time for her sister's wedding! So sad.

    But the fabric is delightful.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  14. WOOOOOOO!! Play FREEBIRD!!!

    Flying - okay, I once had a ride on an ultralight plane- that is one without a shell over the body. In other words, the wind blows thru your hair, between your knees and everywhere else. Wanna see the ground? Just look down, there it is.
    It was AWESOME...I wanna go back and feel as free as a bird one more time.

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  15. With all of the grandparents living 1000+ miles away, my 2.75-year-old twins are remarkably good travelers. We've had a few bad ones, but most of the time people actually compliment us on their behavior when we land! Whew!

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  16. I have a definite fear of flying (in airplances). It puts me all out of sorts.

    The crazy thing is that I was an account manager for a number of years and spent the majority of every week in the air...ugh, makes me sick to think of it.

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  17. Scary but ohhh so convenient! thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. Flying? I don't like it! Thanks for the chance.

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  19. for the past week I haven't seen a single plane flying overhead thanks to the volcano in iceland grounding all flights in european airspace...but yesterday I spotted one and today (so far) I've seen 3!!!! Whoo!

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  20. Hopefully I'll be "flying" through the day at work and get home to the things that matter... My family, my pups, and my quilting....

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  21. Lovely fabrics!
    This song came to mind right now: "I'm like a bird, I'll only fly away
    I don't know where my soul is, I don't know where my home is"
    Thanks.

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  22. Flying like a bird would be so awesome....I've been fascinated by birds since I was a kid! Love the new Freebird line!

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  23. I'm not so crazy about flying on a plane these days, but I think it would be cool to be a bird for a bit!

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  24. My only plane trip: flying in a seaplane over the florida keys. I still remember seeing the manta rays swimming in the water below.

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  25. When my boys were little they would ask if I could be any animal what it would be? I told them an eagle....why they ask? So I can fly.
    As I child I always had weird dreams that I would start flapping my arms and the harder I did it the higher I would go into the air. It was reoccuring...wonder why?

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  26. I love the fabric and love to fly. I will fly anywhere, at anytime possible! I also love watching my birds at the feeders fly in and out. At this time, we have a bluebird pair nesting in a bluebird home that my son made. It is so wonderful watching them day in and day out. We have taken numerous pictures of them! I love birds and all the freedom they represent! Thanks for the wonderful chance to win this fabric!

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  27. I love the fabric even though the name makes me think of dorky teenagers waving lighters (you're probably too young to see this as I do!). I never dream about flying, much as I'd like to, but in my dreams I can take long, languid leaps over houses and trees and that's neat too.

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  28. I get to flyaway in June to goto my sister's wedding.

    http://tiffaneyissewbusy.blogspot.com/

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  29. we took both our kids on their first flight last year...1 and 4 years old...sure am glad my son was still nursing!

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  30. These fabrics are so fantastic!

    Flying story: my nephew was convinced about a year ago he could fly, he just needed a cape. So I went out and bought him some Superman fabric and made him one. He never did hurt himself, as he was just jumping from one bed to another in the bedroom, but it probably wasn't the most responsible thing I've done! (That's why I'm the AUNT!)

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  31. I remember when I was younger, went on a flight. At take off we hit a bird and hand to return to the airport to have the plane inspected. Very starnge.

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  32. One of my favorite plane rides was where there were only about ten of us on a huge plane and they asked some of us to sit in the back to help with take off!

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  33. i've been trying to get up to Rhinebeck NY for Bi-PLANE rides! :) so scary, but fun!

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  34. I love this fabric line, I never enjoyed flying, haven't been in the air since the 70s, my husband used to fly his own airplanes before I met him years and years ago. I love to watch the birds fly though Happy thursday

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  35. I wish my hubby could fly back from his overseas assignment and be home with me and the children. I would love to fly to NY and see my family. Haven't been home in 9 years.

    ~Tootles!

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  36. Flying reminds me of vacation...something I won't be taking for a long while seeing as it's the busiest time of year at work for me! Fabric might make it better tho...Thanks for a giveaway!

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  37. Flying is a dream of freedom-leaving it all behind. Birds seem so free when they are flying-able to get away from danger, find food and shelter, etc.

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  38. I hate flying... the food is terrible, the seats are too close together, and you never know if you will sit next to a person who snores loudly the whole flight! Sorry about my whine, I fly a lot and I hate it. Love the new line from MoMo, and thank you for the giveaway!!

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  39. The first time I ever flew was in college...on a private jet. The ironic part is that I never flew growing up because we had too many kids and couldn't afford it! LOVE the fabric, hope I win!

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  40. Beautiful fabrics! I wish I could fly like a graceful bird! I could fly somewhere warm and swoop down to the sea to get a bit of the cool water on my feathers before flying high again.

    I also love seeing when birds fly in formation, and when one turns they all turn with him.

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  41. Yesterday we saw an eagle flying over our house.

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  42. I vividly remember the first time I flew--including the embarrassing-even-for-the-eighties outfit my nine-year-old self was wearing (a yellow knit jumpsuit with this awful eyeglasses print and matching plain yellow t-shirt) and the in-flight meal (some sort of alfalfa sprouts on pita sandwich). The woman sitting next to me taught me a trick to clear the pressure out of my ears--make as if to blow your nose, but with your nose held closed. Works way better than swallowing hard, which is what everyone always says to do...

    Love that fabric!

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  43. my hubby will be flying home tomorrow after being gone ALL WEEK! and I will be in Paducah for the quilt show... hopefully he is ok with that...lol

    LOVE LOVE LOVE Freebird...

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  44. I used to fly in my dreams when I was little :-)

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  45. I can't wait to take my kids on a plane for the first time! We are going to disney next year, and they are so excited to fly! I was an adult the first time I flew anywhere, so I can't wait to see the looks on their faces!

    Awesome giveaway! I love the new line!

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  46. The fabric that I ordered from you arrived last week and I absolutely love it!! Thank you so much! I will be shopping with you again.

    As for flying ... I love to fly! Any chance I get ... and any size plane, great big ones that take you from coast to coast, as well as the puddle jumpers with propellers! :o) The only two houses my husband and I have ever owned, are near small airports! We love it!
    Have a great day!
    Sincerely ~ Tricia

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  47. Flying! I dream sometimes that I can fly, it started when I was a kid and I could only fly inside our lot-lines, I wasn't allowed (in my dreams) to fly off of our property! lol Even in sleep, I followed the rules.

    In real life, I love to fly, airports and lines don't bother me a bit. I don't like flying with my DH though, because he's a pilot and thinks he should give me blow-by-blow narratives about what the pilot is doing or should be doing and that just bugs me. :)

    Love that fabric! Thanks for the chance to win some of it!

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  48. I always thought being a swallow would be cool because they get to swoop so much!

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  49. I actually love to fly, and as a child I used to day dream about being able to really fly myself. It always seemed like the best getaway lol

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  50. The first time I ever flew in a plane was my freshman year of high school. I had beaten my seminary teacher at scripture chase, and he had a pilot's license. So he took me and the other boy who beat him up in a small plane. Fun!

    I LOVE freebird!

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  51. I'm scared of flying. I did see a cardinal in my backyard yesterday. Such a beautiful bird.

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  52. I wanna fly like an eagle... (was listening to Steve Miller Band this morning - nice timing)
    And my word verification is "skywor." :-)

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  53. Flying...its something I used to do...I need to be current again...maybe I can flying after I stop spending so much money on fabric, ha ha!

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  54. My hubby travels for business sometimes, next week he is off again, and I always worry and check the website until I see his flight arrived safely!

    Gorgeous fabric and a great giveaway!

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  55. I sure hope those beautiful fabrics fly to my house ! I am really into bird fabrics!

    Trish www.quiltalesandcattails.com

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  56. Love the Freebird fabric. What's best about flying is looking down at the ground below through the airplane window.

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  57. What AMAZING prints...love the colors...

    Flying...in a plane - overcrowded & not too much fun...like a bird - terrifying, but exhilerating...

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  58. Flying... that is an easy one around here. My husband is building a plane in the garage. No, not a model plane. A real plane we are going to fly in. Yes, I trust him to make one that won't crash. If you knew him you would too. :)

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  59. We home from England two days before the flights were stopped due to the volcanic eruptions. We feel very lucky and grateful to have avoided the delay.

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  60. Love to fly...can't wait to take the kids on their first plane ride!!!
    Great fabric...would make a fabulous bag!!!

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  61. I always get butterflies flying. ;-) Freebird is beautiful! Thanks for the chance!

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  62. Flying is not what it used to be like. Remember when we could send someone off at the gate and meet them there as well. Now it is a circus getting through security.

    Great fabric line!!

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  63. Sometimes I wish I could fly far far away... Leaving - not all, but most of - my life behind.

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  64. We have a disc-on-a-rope swing hanging from a tall tree in our front yard~ When we climb up and swing out over the stonewall and gardens, it feels like flying!

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this fabric! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  65. I thought about leaving a witty comment about flying. I just can't think of one.

    I really just want to win. :)
    That fabric would look great in my stash.

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  66. Love to fly but my DH doesn't so most times I have to go alone. The fabrics you are giving away are beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  67. I love to fly, and I love this fabric! A few years ago I got to take a flying lesson in a teeny tiny plane, it was quite a rush!

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  68. We've been chatting about flying a lot at my house as my daughter has a ticket to Europe next week and I'm following a couple weeks later. My husband said "what if the other volcano erupts while you are there and you get stuck in Europe?" Are you kidding me? I'd hardly call it stuck, sparky!

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  69. We've been chatting about flying a lot at my house as my daughter has a ticket to Europe next week and I'm following a couple weeks later. My husband said "what if the other volcano erupts while you are there and you get stuck in Europe?" Are you kidding me? I'd hardly call it stuck, sparky!

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  70. Flying, eh? Well, next month I'll be flying for the first time in 12 years...I'll be flying to Minneapolis...for International Quilt Market, yay!

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  72. My son wants to hang-glide and he's only 11- no way, not yet :) hehe

    forgot my email :) candy at fiber dot net there ya go :)

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  73. Gosh I wish I was flying out of country to somewhere that I'd have no cares BUT instead I'm flying out the door to get my boys to school.

    Carolyn

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  74. As a young girl, the song that Judy Garland sings about Blue Birds flying over the rainbow was a favorite! To this day I wonder why, if blue birds can fly over the rainbow, why oh why can't I?
    :-)

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  75. I love "Freebird"! I love, love Momo!! And I'd love, love, love a charm pack of Freebird!!!

    The thought of flying leads my thoughts back to the years 2004-2009 when my husband and I lived in Honduras. Flying meant 2 things: (1) Getting to see my children and grandchildren soon!!! and (2) Getting to see my wonderful friends in Honduras soon.

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  76. I have so many dreams that I can fly....

    What a great giveway, thanks for the chance! you guys are always so generous!

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  77. Ooooh a charm pack of this lovely fabric would be nice!

    When I was in high school, I worked at the coffee shop at the little airport down the street from our house. One of the guys who was working towards his instructor's license was looking for someone to practice on, so I volunteered. He gave me some classroom lessons, then took me out to the airplanes...just little two seater piper cubs and such...nothing huge! So we did all the preflight stuff,then hopped into the plane and I got a little more instruction before we started moving. After a few hundred yards of not being able to keep the plane going straight and almost wiping out parked planes on either side of us, we realized that my legs were not long enough to push the pedals down all the way in order to steer the plane! Ooops! Anyway he took us up, we flew around for a bit, we landed, and that was the end of my flying lessons!

    MGM

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  78. First of all, I love the name MoMo. Just had to get that out there. When I was a little girl I would have many dreams where I could fly. It was amazing and I would wake up so happy. Unfortunately, those dreams don't come to me anymore, but as a child, I could fly.

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  79. I have always wanted to hand glide when we were in North Carolina we saw them gliding at kitty Hawk but I am too old for that. I love the fabric.

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  80. I'm not crazy about flying (especially in those prop planes) but do it because it's faster than driving to see family. Otherwise, it would take four days of driving (one way) with four kids.

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  81. my longest flight was 13 hours-not so fun!

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  82. My kids are waiting to fly a kite with me.

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  83. I am looking at flights to San Francisco right now! Thanks so much for the giveaway. That fabric is amazing.

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  84. When I was young my mother flew little 2 seater Cessnas as a hobby. I remember being with my sister, mid flight, riding in the luggage compartment because her trainer was shotgun. It was just like riding in the back bed of our station wagon, but smaller.

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  85. Don't really like to fly anymore but love to sew!

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  86. I've been flying all my life. My father is a pilot. Girls really grow up to marry men just like their daddy's because my husband is a pilot too!

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  87. Whenever I have a dream where I can fly, I think, "every time before it's been a dream, but *this* time, it's *real*!" And I get so excited before I wake up ;) But the next time it will be *real*!

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  88. I love to fly! It means I'm on my way somewhere to do something out of the ordinary.

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  89. Oh how I wish I could fly away to somewhere quiet! No crying baby! Vacation please!!!!! Beautiful fabric!

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  90. I love to fly w/o children and the hubs for a weekend to Seattle to visit my bff!

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  91. I would love to fly away for a weekend with the hubby, get some R&R and quality time together.

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  92. Momo rocks!
    Those patterns are amazing..
    I'm just finishing my lap quilt with the Panache charms that I bought from you. I'm at the free motion quilting part (with my regular sewing machine), and I choose a flower quilting pattern. Considering that this is my first "real" quilt, I'm sure I'll take a couple weekends to finish.. but I'll show you when it's done.
    I'll need another charm pack to make another lap quilt for my mom. Winter is coming in Brazil! My frolic charm is on the way (you sent it two or three weeks ago, but it takes time to receive here in Brazil)... but I'd love to win one of these freebirds. =)
    All the best, Gisele (giselemilanezi@gmail.com)

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  93. Fly like a bird, where ever the wind guides you!

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  94. Free as a bird!!! Lovely fabric!

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  95. I have never been on a plane...ever. I've never been in a situation where I had to.

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  96. I've always envied birds and their ability to fly! Oh to be able to glide and soar and swoop high above the earth! Can you imagine to fly over the Grand Canyon? How wonderful. Giveaway isn't bad either, thanks for the chance!

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  97. I haven't flown in almost 4 years! (that's a long time considering that in college I'd fly every 4 months to go home)

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  98. I used to fly twice a month for my job, before kids. Never thought I'd say this, but I miss it!

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  99. I am anxious for the hummingbirds to come back. I love to watch them. linda Gerig

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  100. I don't mind flying/air travel, but my daughter finds it excruciatingly scary. Poor thing!

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  101. i like flying especially the turbulence. alexisleigh9@hotmail.com

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  103. I don't really like flying, but when you have children and grandchildren in far-flung places you have to get over your fear and just go visit them!
    keels@mvdsl.com

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  104. Some glad morning when this life is o'er, I'll fly away. Until then, I'll try to stay on the ground. :)

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  105. I flew to LA last weekend to meet up with all my siblings and stay at my parents as a little reunion of the origiinal 8 of us. It was fun and awesome and full of reminiscing.

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  106. I'm not crazy about flying, but I love the view out the window of the plane- the earth always looks so clean and inviting. I know my feet belong on the ground.

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  107. I wish I was flying off on vacation!!

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  108. Don't tell anyone but I used to jump off our second step and flap like crazy thinking I'd really fly one day....I'm still flapping *grins*
    love the blog
    kt c

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  109. I'm a travel agent so planning flights is work for me! At least there are good travel perks. Headed on a Mexican Riviera cruise in a couple of weeks!

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  110. When my olderr son was 3 we got him a Buzz Lightyear costume for Halloween and the first thing he said when he had it on was, "Now I can fly!!!" Sigh. Boys. But I wouldn't have it any other way. :0)

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  111. would love to fly....only problem is landing that would scare me :)
    oh--and i am afraid of heights!
    New to your blog! love it ;)

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  112. My favorite experience flying was when I took a ridfe on a hot air baloon! Wow... it was such a thrill! That line of fabric is so fun... I think it's their best yet!

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  113. My husband works for the airlines and we met when I was working at the airport too when we met. I love to fly...

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  114. Hum...I get to fly this summer. We will be going cross country from WI to WA. It will be myself and my 3 children (8, 3 and 9 mo.). I don't know if I should be excited or terrified.

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  115. I love flying on airplanes. It means I'm going somewhere, usually on vacation. I love airports even more than flying, though. jdouglaslarsen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  116. I hate flying because it is so boring but I love going on an adventure.

    This fabric is wonderful and I think using it in a quilt would be an adventure in itself!

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  117. I have a little bird just outside my front door that flies every time we go out. she has built a next there so we try and use another door as much as possible for now. when the babies are big enough , she will be happy for us to use the door again to encourage the little ones to fly the next. thanks for the giveaway. beautiful fabric.

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  118. oh I hate flying.
    I am not meant to be in the air.
    but birds make it look so easy.

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  119. What comes to mind is the song..."I'll Fly Away" like that, don't like to fly so much...love the fabric!

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  120. I don't fly much - don't have much reason to.

    But being from Sweet Home Alabama!!!! lol Freebird brings to mind other things!!! Some of which include waving a lighter in the air. lol

    Love the fabrics.

    Kim
    kimrward@charter.net

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  121. Ilove to see the birds flying and find the way they make a nest, I don't feel really conmfy flying in an airplane, I'm a chicken in that field, lol

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  122. i feel like i would enjoy flying if i had wings of my own. i hate it when i have to fly c/o an airline though.

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  123. I wish I could fly like a bird so I can visit all the wonderful places I would like to see. I wish I were as free as bird so I could spend time reading, relaxing and creating.

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  124. Just like a barn swallow I am searching for that perfect spring nest. I'll be "flying" up to our loft with all of my sewing stuff ~ leaving our dining room behind ... HELLO sewing "nest"(loft)!

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  125. can I talk about how many flying geese I have made in the past month. and I have started wondering why they are called what they are... but whatever their name, my heart is starting to soar as I see the blocks coming together.

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  126. Well--this Spring has been "flying" right along. My oldest daughter will be starting Kindergarten in the fall and it is just coming along too quickly for this mama! Thanks so much for such a great giveaway. =)

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  127. Flying is for the birds!
    Thanks so for sharing!
    Love,Linda

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  128. Flying is in my blood...my dad worked for Pan Am when I was a kid --- so I'll fly anywhere, anytime...just LOVE it!

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  129. Flying is in my blood...my dad worked for Pan Am when I was a kid --- so I'll fly anywhere, anytime...just LOVE it!

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  130. Flying Story. I used to work for an airline. I enjoy watching birds fly, on fabric, in trees, at the bird feeder, or spotting eagles-owls-hawks along the river. With a last name of Wright, as in Orville and Wilbur of Kitty Hawk fame, you would think that I would love to fly in a plane. I am afraid of heights though. So, will stick to entering a giveaway for charming "freebird" fabric.

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  131. no matter how many timnes i fly its still an adventure and i feel like a big kid!!

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  132. flying, my 2 year old flew about 20times in her 1st year of life.

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  133. My students and I discussed flying today...actually the lack thereof. We were discussing literary elements of a short story and the narrator likened the hatred of poverty to the restlessness of a zoo-bred flamingo who knows nature created it to fly.

    Kinda depressing....adorable fabric though! :)

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  134. Flying instantly makes me think of excitment and adventure!!!

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  135. My most recent flying was done as a trip my Mother and I took to Florida. It is the first time my Mother has flown in 15 years (she is 90 years old) and the first time the two of us traveled together. It was amazing.

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  136. LOL! I too like the other poster think of another meaning for Freebird. Being from the South you can't help it ;0)

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  137. Oh sometimes I wish I could fly away. It would be nice to view the world like a bird somedays!!!

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  138. The next time I fly will be to see my new grand baby due in 6 weeks! Yeah. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  139. Flying just makes me think of how long it's been since I've been on a vacation...I'm ready!

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  140. Corrie, my fabrics just arrived here in Brazil. I absolutely LOVE you frolic charms, they are gorgeous! Do you sell those fabrics per yard too?
    The Hunky Dory layer cake is lovely too.. I'm so happy with my new squares!
    Thank you SOOOO much!
    All the best,
    Gisele (giselemilanezi@gmail.com)

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  141. Alas, I am not good a flying, as it makes me anxious. Perhaps I would enjoy it if I could fly like a bird instead of on an airplane...

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  142. He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying.
    ~Friedrich Nietzsche

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  143. I hate flying. I don't understand how that big pile of metal stays up there!

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  144. Flying... I will leave that to the birds. It isn't my favorite choice of transportation, but It is so cool when you think about it.

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  145. I dream that I can fly all the time. I'm always sad when I wake up.

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  146. I've flown accross Canada but have always dreamed of a big plane trip to Europe. One of these years I will have to do it! Sharonj.

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  147. There is an art, or rather a knack to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.
    ~Douglas Adams, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

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  148. I almost flew away from my job today. :(

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  149. I would love to be able to spread my wings and fly free as a bird. Usually, though, I'm flying by the seat of my pants! :)

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  150. I'm not such a fan of flying (on airplanes that is), but I love the fabric!!

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  151. love this line; i say that a lot i think lol.

    anyways, flying. i'm actually flying on saturday to the big Quilts Canada show in Calgary Alberta

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  152. I hate flying, but I love that fabric!

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  153. I wish I were flying right now! have only just found your blog through softiemaking.com ;)

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  154. I don't particulary like to fly but I love seeing the people and places it gets me too.
    LOVE this fabric!

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  155. I sometimes fly in my dreams and then I hit the ground and wake up. It would be so fun to fly in one of those jet packs. Thanks for the chance to win your Freebird fabric.

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