Thursday, August 26, 2010

Giveaway Day Over

Update: Congrats to Kaye Prince #85!!
Just had a great sewing night with friends!


Care
for some
sushi?


Not quite our everyday fabric,
is it?

Don't worry
for you sushi-haters,
the giveaway today is for any yard
of normal cotton fabric in the store
or 2 half yards.


Come on,
you've got to have a
surfing Ninja
in your stash.

Angry stars,
gotta love that.
A mad rocket.
This actually is making me smile.
don't smile....
don't smile....
don't smile....

Ahhhh,
the calm geisha girls.
Going to make a little purse out of them.

These are available on etsy.


Take a walk on the wild side.
To enter the drawing.
Leave a comment about
panda bears
or
surfing.
Random drawing later tonight.

110 comments:

  1. I like pandas and I like surfing, I bet I'd like surfing pandas a lot ;). And I love this fabric! It's so fun! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  2. The panda bear in the Adelaide zoo is happy!!!
    Cute material who wouldn't love owning some.
    Happy days.

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  3. I love panda bears and I think this fabric is so colorful and fun.

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  4. I think about learning to surf... water is pretty cold here though:)

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  5. Oh gosh! My girls would go nuts over these fabrics. We used to go to the SD Zoo quite often and love checking out the panda bears. The babies were just so cute.

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  6. Wow - love them! My daughter would love that little kung fu panda fabric.

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  7. Wahoo - living by the beautiful ocean as I do how could I not love the surf. Roll on summer - so over our winter here. And who doesn't love Pandas? Thanks so much for letting us have a chance at such scrummy fabrics:) Ciao, Maree

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  8. I'm trying to talk the teenager into trying surfing. It's on my list of things to try. Maybe I can get us all surf lessons for Christmas (summer down under).

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  9. we love surfing- my 2 year old caught his first wave the other day- too cute! he would LOVE these fabrics!

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  10. Never seen a panda going surfing XD.
    (Oh my... that is some WILD fabric!!!)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. My husband LOVES to surf... sometimes if hes back later than expected... i often wonder if THIS was the morning he got eaten by a SHARK!!! xx yikes!

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  12. Panda bears and surfing... It's been years since I have seen a "real" Panda bear, fun to watch!! and surfing, well my surfing days are behind me!

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  13. Love panda's but have never been surfing! I am land-locked in Ohio! Thanks for the chance!

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  14. I don't think i have ever seen a real Panda bear. But I have seen real surfing....well kinda real...they used a surf board in the Gulf of Mexico. The waves weren't that awesome.

    With each picture I thought, oooh I like that one better. I think my fave is the Geisha girls.

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  15. I miss the ocean. Didn't make it this year.

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  16. Pandas are cute, aren't they? Thanks for the chance!

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  17. I adore the pink devil with the pitchfork, the pink pig clinging to the tree & the lady bug with wide green hair. I do like different. Not sure I would want them on my bed though. Happy blogging.

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  18. My little sister loves panda and me too. And those fabrics are so cool!
    Thanks for the chance.

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  19. I want the sumo panda chewing on his bamboo toothpick to surf and belly bump the ninja. :) Some free fabric would be nice too.

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  20. Panda bears and surfing? Hmmm... Panda bears look cute, but they're BEARS...so does that mean they wanna eat me? And surfing, that looks hard! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  21. I'd love to see a real panda! I've NEVER been surfing and fortunately never will. I'd love to win some fabric other than the sushi. :)

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  22. I love panda bears - I just want to squeeze them!! This is crazy fabric, so bright and busy but really cute!! Thanks for the chance!

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  23. I'm not sure what to say about either! I've never seen a panda or been surfing. I better update my bucket list!!

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  24. I was reading a book about zoo animals to my son last night, and it said pandas eat 30 pounds of bamboo a day. I'm skeptical.

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  25. I don't know anything about real pandas, but I have a funny about a stuffed one! My daughter (13yrs) her BFF and I all went to some yard sales one weekend. Well they found this stuffed panda that was huge, I mean huge! It was bigger than me! They girls were sitting in the back seat and had to put the panda in the front passenger seat and buckle it in the safety belt. I had to drive around like that for a few hours before we got back home. People were staring and everything! They thought I was nuts! I was never so happy as I was when we got home. Gotta love a big panda that rides in your car like a human!

    TRacy Dawson
    dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

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  26. Panda's look like they wear nappies.....

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  27. I spend way to much time surfing on the net for quilting blogs.

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  28. I love the way panda ears wiggle when they eat. Their babies are darn cute too!

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  29. I think panda bears are the cutest things, the laziest, sure, but also the cutest. Last January my fiance and I went to Beijing and visited the Beijing Zoo where we saw a lot of them, all lazing around, snoozing, or in general just in a state of inactivity. We waited a good 10 minutes before one of them moved to turn on the other side and then continue sleeping.

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  30. We love surfing on the big flat Costco carts :)

    candy at fiber dot net

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  31. I like the panda's but I would lOVE free fabric!

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  32. Those pandas are interesting, quite mischievious.

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  33. Ladies,

    this fabric so reminds me of our Asian imported tv shows loved here!

    on to surfing! our boys love to swim in the surf, snorkle, dive and boogie board! on a recent trip to Gulf Shores, middle kid was bought a baby surfboard to ride the waves. not quite as fun or easy as boogie boarding, but hey, he gave it a shot and you never know, when global warming kicks in, who says Indiana won't be the new Gulf? LOL

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  34. I like both, but I'll go with the panda - they're my kids' favorite.

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  35. Can't say I've ever seen a Panda....just the word reminds me of Panda Express Hee!

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  36. Once I saw a panda at the San Diego zoo yet have never seen a real surfer. Crazy fabric = fun blog read. Thanks for the giveaway. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  37. High-five for Panda Express :) I have never been surfing but it looks like so much fun!! I have great balance, so I think I may have a shot at trying to stand up on one. As for a surfing panda... I wonder if they could really train a panda to do that. They somehow get squirrels and dogs to water ski...! Who comes up with these ideas?

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  38. These are adorable! I went to China this summer on an educational trip, and it was phenomenal--but is sushi Chinese or Japanese? I don't know, but the fabric is adorable. Hmm..I love pandas!

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  39. Pandas look lazy and fat but can be dangerous, now a surfing one may be more mellow. And are there really folks who dislike suishi?

    Wonderful fabrics, I would love to win one...

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  40. The pandas at the SD zoo always are so cute.

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  41. I love these fabrics...especially the surfing ninja!!! I think my little boy needs something made with this!

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  42. Hubby is a surfer and watching him surf gives me an excuse to sit around lazy and watch the ocean :-) I think hubby pretty much looks like a nija in his wetsuit, water booties, and hood!
    The water booties even seperate his big toes from the rest like nija shoes!! LOL!

    sowandsewdoll@yahoo.com

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  43. I loved Jack Black's movie about a panda, Kung Fu Panda. I can see all kinds of fussy cut hexies in all of those materials. Thank you for the chance to win some.

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  44. I often think about Pandas because I have so much bamboo in my yard...I often wish I had a panda to eat it so I would not have to keep cutting it myself (it grows REALLY fast!). I think the chances of a surfing panda are slim...but them I'm not up on the surf conditions in China!

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  45. That is pretty wild fabric!

    Living close to the ocean, we have lots of great surfers in the family. Our eldest son finished college and took off on a one year surfing trip around the world. My BIL just got back from a two week surfing trip on a boat off some remote reef off of Vietnam. I am talking serious surfers here.

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  46. That fabric is so cute. I've got a daughter who loves that kind of stuff.

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  47. I love pandas, Japanese style!

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  48. Surfing is something I would never do...I can't swim!

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  49. Well I'm going to comment about surfing, which reminds me of Hawaii, which is where my daughter is living. We just visited them in July and had the best time! We did watch some surfers while there too.
    keels@mvdsl.com

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  50. Cute fabric. We were able to see panda bears when the special panda exhibit came to our zoo. Long line ups, but it was worth it. Thanks for the chance.

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  51. When we went to Charleston every Thanksgiving holiday, we stayed at a condo on the ocean and watched the surfers from our deck! So fun!

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  52. Saw a pic of mummy panda and baby panda in Austria yesterday in the newspaper- a rare birth in captivity!

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  53. I love the surfing ninja! As far as surfing goes, we are one our way to California this afternoon and although we won't be surfing, we will be doing a little body boarding and checking out the surfers. Thanks for the giveawy.
    spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

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  54. Been surfing the net this morning and glad that I was reminded of your Thursday giveaways.......you are SO GENEROUS !

    Thanks for the opportunity at a win !
    biking
    underscore dot

    at yahoo

    dot com

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  55. Gosh, the onlly surfing that I have ever done is on the net!! Love the cool fabric and thanks for the chance to win!! micheletimms(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. I think this fabric is a hoot.......as for panda's and surfing.....I know nothing.....but I have 2 of my girls and a bunch from church love the anamae(sp?) drawings and would love a purse made out of this fabric.....too cute.....

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  57. My son was a panda bear when he was one. it was one of my first sewing projects :)
    I've also been surfing before. longboard.

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  58. Wow, what fun fabric. I'd be happy with either, well my daughter would be happy with either. thanks!

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  59. i love the little geisha girls...so cute.

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  60. Sadly, our local (Houston TX) zoo doesn't have any pandas. I take that back -- they have a red panda, but not the iconic black&white. I've never been surfing, and I don't know that I would want to here in the Houston/Galveston area. The Galveston beaches aren't exactly the prettiest, and the water isn't exactly the clearest.

    Thanks for the chance for some fabric!

    -Carrie
    jaynabut @ gmail . com

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  61. My son wants to live by the beach and surf all day all year long. He thinks he will live the high life in California someday.

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  62. We tried body surfing on our honeymoon in the cold ocean (with wetsuits). Not as fun as it looks . . .

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  63. I'll leave you a comment about each. My younger sister's favorite animal is a panda. She's a grown-up now with two little girls, but she still has pandas all over her house, and her blog is called Team Baby Panda.

    Also, my younger boys love to watch the movie Kung Fu Panda. One day my 4-year-old came in from the trampoline to tell me the 6-year-old had kicked him (literally) off the trampoline. When I did some investigation about this, I got a shoulder shrug and the line, "We were playing Kung Fu Panda."

    A book written by the owner of Patagonia clothing company is called "Let My People Go Surfing." I just bought it for my husband for his birthday. I may have to read it myself.

    Goodness, I'm chatty today. I think I have whipped into a frenzy by the crazy Japanese prints (as well as the Dr. Pepper I'm drinking).

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  64. My sister and her husband are stationed in Japan and my son and I are going to visit over Christmas. One of the main things he wants to learn while we're there is to surf. This fabric makes me think of all the fun we're going to have!! Thanks for the opportunity!
    glendaoz72@yahoo.com

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  65. PANDA BEARS ARE SUCH DIFFERENT LITTLE CREATURES. I LIKE THEM. THE LORD OUT DID HIMSELF AT CREATION WITH THE PANDA!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  66. Okay, those are some wild prints! LOL!

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  67. can i just say i absolutely LOVE your random-ness!!!
    my boys like to pretend to surf on my ironing board when it's collapsed on the floor.

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  68. geeze, not a surfing panda to be found anywhere... unless I missed him. This has to be the cutest line of fabric I have seen all year. Off to Etsy for me. lol

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  69. My daughter would freak over this fabric even more than a surfing panda! Ok, lame, but the fabric is super cute!

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  70. The only surfers I've ever seen were at the Oregon coast a couple years ago when we were on vacation. They had on wetsuits because the water was so cold even though it was the middle of July. I've never seen a live panda but I'd like to.

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  71. Pandas surfing, now that would be fun to see.

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  72. I grew up at the beach-- surfing? just body surfing & volleyball:) Now I'm in the Mountains with lakes and streams but nothing is better than the ocean smell.

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  73. i live in dc and am still sad that our baby panda Tai Shan went back to China. Sigh. I think I need this fabric to make me feel better. :-D

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  74. My three sons just got back from a brother bonding trip to the beach which included body surfing. Wipe out was the phrase of the day. I laughed so much at the videos they took of each other.

    These fabric would definitely be a walk on the wild side for me. But my stash needs a little fabric gone wild!

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  75. What a wonderful selection of fabrics. Makes me think of one of my 3 year old's favourite tv programs, Ni Hao Kai Lan (probably mis-spelled that). Would love some free fabric especially one that is so different.

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  76. I think it's insane how teeny tiny baby pandas are when they're born... they look like caterpillars! Wouldn't it be nice if people babies were so tiny when they were born? hehe.

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  77. I love panda bears, I'd love to have one for real, I think they're so cute :)!!!!

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  78. These fabrics are so perfect for my Teen Wonder, who has been bugging me for a quilt...but who would probably rather have surf-panda book bag quicker! She has been obsessively drawing anime style characters (human and animal) lately and a couple of years ago we spent the holidays making little felt Cute Things (http://www.amazon.com/Cute-Book-Aranzi-Aronzo/dp/1932234683/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1282847410&sr=1-2) The pandas were a household favorite!

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  79. Unbelievably cute! I'll have to check out the shop!

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  80. This fabric reminds me of one of my kids favorite shows! "Ni Hao, Ki-Lan" on Nick Jr. has a character named Tolee that loves everything Panda! (However, I think his Panda's are a bit more cheerful than these!) Awe look... now I'm rambling. I'm going to resist the urge to wiggle in my chair, waving my hand, and urge "pick me! pick me!" Anyways, thanks for the opportunity!

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  81. Hmmm, panda bears...not sure if i've ever seen one in person. surfing, never gone.
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  82. I tried to learn to surf while in Hawaii 12 years ago - didn't work so well but I did get pretty good with my boogie board!

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  83. Pandas are just the cutest things!
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  84. I know a cute Corgi named Panda! I always think of him as a puppy but he's a big grown-up boy now!

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  85. Surfing reminds me of Hawaii.....ahh :)

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  86. I have never surfed or seen pandas in the wild but I would love the chance for both! :) Thanks for the contest! :)

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  87. I grew up in a beach town in California but somehow, despite having plenty of access to surfers (brother, friends, boyfriends), I never learned to surf. Now I live far from the ocean. What a shame! My husband surfs, though, so maybe there's still a chance...

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  88. Sheesh! It's just getting harder and harder to win stuff around here! :o)

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  89. My brother surfs.... has for years and I have NO desire. I just think that's...... interesting. ;) Thanks for the giveaway!welchrobin@hotmail.com

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  90. That is stinkin' adorable!!! My niece just came home from Japan and we named the toy panda she brought Sushi!

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  91. Wow! I've never seen so many "kawaii" (means cute in Japanese)things on one piece of fabric. So many comments I could make about neither pandas or surfing. I lived in Japan for 2 years and love all things Japanese. I spotted the takoyaki featured in the first photo right away. This is a regional dish famous in Osaka that is like a dough ball filled with chopped octopus topped with a teriyaki type sauce and seaweed powder.

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  92. Awesome fabric! I like pandas, and I like surfing in theory (never done it before).

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  93. this fun fabric reminds me of Kung Fu Panda and Surf's Up two of my kids favorites movies!!

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  94. Kung Fu Panda is my sons' favorite movie!

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  95. I can honestly say I have never seen panda bears and surfers on the same piece of fabric. Wow you have some great fabrics there!

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  96. I grew up in California and never surfed. I went to the beach all the time and boogie boarded but never surfed. Lame, huh?

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  97. Ohh boy fabric! Can't go wrong with panda bears!

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  98. I love pandas. And this fabric.

    So much ;D

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  99. way cool graphics. very exciting fabric.

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  100. I like pandas better then surfing. :-)

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  101. The Panda bears are so cuddly and cute. Great fabrics for kids.

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  102. My 9 year old boy is in love with panda bears, as of today he owns 47 bears.

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  103. Well, I've never been surfing but I do think Kung Foo Panda was a wicked movie! How cool is that sushi fabric?!!! My daughter would go ga-ga over this stuff.

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  105. I've never been surfing, but I have seen a panda. :) My 3 year old is confused by pandas. "They're not bears! They're not the right color!" We're working on zoology lessons.

    Thanks for the chance to enter!

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  106. love the sushi fabric
    as for surfing, for me a recipe for diaster

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  107. Have you seen a panda bear surfing? I haven't and hope to see one someday.

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