Thursday, March 24, 2011

Alexander Henry Giveaway Day! Over

Update: Congrats to Patty D from NC!! #156
Great comments. I didn't know that many people liked mushrooms.
I like them, but not out of a can.
Since Patty likes the pixies, we'll have another not so random winner....
Madame Samm #32! I know she loves Halloween fabric.
Alexander Henry Fabrics has a couple of new lines out,
and they couldn't be more opposite.
First, we have...
little pixie fairies with magic wands,
a great pastel dandelion print and
orange polka dot mushrooms.

and then....
Lots of black cats

& black bats

And of course, there are witches, ghosts, coffins,

vampires, pumpkins....everyone is there.


Today's giveaway is a fat quarter set of Hocus Pocus or Pocket Pixie.

Both sets and yardage are available on etsy.

To enter the drawing, leave a comment about mushrooms.
Random drawing later tonight.

170 comments:

  1. It's not possible I'm the first comment, is it?
    I think mushrooms are a little scary (though many are soooo tasty). There's the whole "looks like a plant but not really" thing, and then the fact that so many poisonous ones look like edible ones...then the thing about how a whole forest of mushrooms can be just one big mushroom linked together under the soil thing... very cool, but sort of creepy I think.

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  2. Ewww, i can not stand mushrooms. But they are really cute on fabric lol. I would love the little pixie fabric. So cute.

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  3. I don't care too much for how mushrooms taste, but I sure do like mushroom fabric!

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  4. Whether on my dinner plate or fabric...I love mushrooms!

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  5. I love mushrooms too! And orange polka dot mushrooms fabric is really cute :-) Greetings from Slovakia :-)

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  6. The mushrooms on the fabric are cute! Where I am living right now, can find cans of mushrooms at the store called "unpeeled" mushrooms. The closest way I can come to describing them is "uncircumcised" mushrooms. I try my hardest to avoid them if I can - they just do not look appetizing to me at all, and I LIKE mushrooms!

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  7. Mushrooms are tasty on hamburgers and adorable on fabric!

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  8. Why do mushrooms look so much cuter on fabric? We Chinese eat a lot of mushrooms. I prefer Shitake and Brown mushrooms. None of the weird looking ones for me.

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  9. Oooohh My favorite food! They are so versatile. I love them cooked or raw, so does my 3 year old daughter!
    :)

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  10. I much prefer fabric mushrooms to the real thing. My SIL's boyfriend worked in a mushroom factory ... or should that be farm?? I couldn't imagine it.

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  11. Shrooms are the most versatile and nutritious food. I love them for breakfast, lunch and tea. That Orange Polka Dot fabric is so scrumptious.

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  12. I love the little fairies and the mushrooms, I don't have any childrens fabric so would love some. Thanks for the chance. Linda

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  13. hi Corrie. I love mushrooms with steak.
    Also I would LOVE lots and lots more fabric in my stash but I haven't got " MUSHROOM" LOL and hehe. :)

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  14. I used to collect them in my childhood, there's nothing better than the freshly picked ones and I love love mushrooms, a nice toast with creamed mushrooms is perfect, but these dotted ones are to die for

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  15. I love the pixie fabric!
    Mushrooms are delicious! I especially enjoy picking my own in the autumn!

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  16. Hocus Pocus wins hands down!! "One! One vampire bat, ah, ah, ah!"

    I do not like mushrooms to eat, it's the texture. Peuh! I read recently that ethnobotanical research suggests that man used mushrooms ritually to produce altered states of consciousness as much as 40,000 years ago.

    Thanks for offering such a fun giveaway!
    Hazle

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  17. I love mushrooms! Mushrooms sauteed with butter, yummm! ..Baked stuffed mushrooms...yumm!..Grilled Portobella with lots of cheese...yummm!!!

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  18. I love mushrooms, especially wild mushroom. Simply sauteed or stewed for a long time into yummy soup.

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  19. I love mushrooms. I put them in eggs, spaghetti, and anything.

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  20. I'm not sure a story of mine about mushrooms would be approriate in this medium?????

    They are both DIVINE lines, how could you not love Alexander Henry?

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  21. Such different fabric lines and yet oh so cute, both of them, even though the Halloween fabric does look a bit scary. Love those cats with their twirling tails.
    I was thinking about mushrooms this morning, when taking a walk, being fascinated by a circle of mushrooms that can sometimes be seen. How that must have been something witchery in the past!

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  22. Mushrooms...can be scary. My husband (of 38 years) got food poisoning from mushrooms on our honeymoon...since then I have been cautious!

    HSAT, the orange fabric is very cute!

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  23. I have a so-so relationship with mushrooms. Sometimes I like them a lot like grilled with onions and sometimes they are just blah, like raw on a salad.

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  24. Ah, mushrooms! Did I mention that I LOVE them! =) I'm not sure why people have a problem with Fungi, but I find them very tasty!

    I love the Pocket Pixie fabric. Would love to work that into a little quilt. Thanks for a chance to enter!

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  25. Mushrooms..mushrooms...love going mushroom hunting but eating them is the best! Love the new fabriclines.

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  26. mmm...love sauteed mushrooms.

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  27. Aren't those pocket pixies cute - but love the dandelions. Oh, stuffed mushroom caps are awesome - better than potato chips.

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  28. Another mushroom lover here! I see Quiltin' Sandy already did the joke though, he he!
    My fave quick meal is a mushroom omelette and my mouth is watering at the thought of mushroom risotto :)
    I have a friend who is even more of a mushroom fanatic than me and I am in the process of making her a quilt - using only mushroom fabrics! I'd love to include this one from Pocket Pixie and to win would also satisfy my dandelion lust!! Thanks for the chance.

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  29. I am looking forward to morel hunting if spring ever arrives here in MI :) thanks!

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  30. Love mushrooms! My Dad, who is now gone, used to pick morels and we six kids would share and savor the small bounty he brought home. The fabrics are adorable.

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  31. WEll you know how much I love Halloween...yep love it and its orange....yep...and mushrooms..OMG do I have to say anything about them....psssst we have a mushroom close by...NEED I SAY MORE...
    Pooey! * and take a peak at my post today...yes YOU!

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  32. I absolutely love grilled portabella muchroom paninis. Great new fabric!!! Love the pixies and the Halloween. I'll have to look closer at the Halloween line. I'm planning my first Halloween quilt. Have a wonderful day!

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  33. I only know of a song with the word mushroom in it: White Rabbit, by Jefferson Airplane :-)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. Mushrooms...another one of those things I hated to eat growing up, but now I really enjoy. Great on pizza, stuffed, sauteed, you name it! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  35. my kids love kicking the heads off mushrooms that grow in your yard...are they a dangerous type of mushroom i wonder? you are right! these lines are very different!!

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  36. I love mushrooms. My DIL is a vegetarian so I use mushrooms to make her meals similar to our but with a mushroom base. They're very versatile!

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  37. I have a huge (3 feet tall or so) concrete mushroom that once "lived" on my grandmother's lawn and now lives on mine; it was one of the few things I selected as my inheritance when she died. It's currently painted orange with white dots but it's time to repaint, think I'll go a bit more earthy this time around!

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  38. Mushrooms. What can I say about mushrooms. Smurfs live in them, Hobbits love them. There are poinsonous mushrooms, sweet mushrooms, cooking mushrooms, stuffed mushrooms; they are a fungus ya know!! They are not a plant and almost always grow above ground and I love to eat them cooked and uncooked. My most favorite to look at are the polypore mushrooms that grow on wood, I know you have seen them, they are pretty colors, yellow, reds, browns, and grow on the side of old trees, they are hard to pull off those are polypore mushrooms. Okay I guess that is enough showing off. As you can see I love mushrooms and I really want to win this giveaway.

    thanks
    cathy

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  39. Mushrooms?! To eat; they are a gross fungus I wouldn't touch with a 10' pole. But I do love that 70's decor style of orange and yellow mushrooms - don't quite know why!

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  40. I love the pocket pixies! Mushrooms are wonderful to eat and a great source of creativity and make believe for children. Thank you for the chance!

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  41. Why did the mushroom leave the party? Because he wasn't a fungi.
    Why did the fungi leave the party? Because there wasn't mushroom.

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  42. My hubby thinks I'm nuts that I like to eat the fungus known as mushrooms, but I think they're tasty. I love those Pocket Pixies! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  43. Slice mushrooms, saute in butter, add a dollop of cream and a splash of soy sauce. Serve on buttered toast YUM!!!!

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  44. One of my current faves is Trader Joe's jarred Marinated Mushrooms. Fabulous last night with shrimp, arugula, garlic and olive oil, and whole wheat pasta!

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  45. Leave mushrooms off my pizza, please.
    I'd love to win the Pixie fabric...don't care for the other.

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  46. Sometimes I feel like a mushroom, in the dark and being surrounded / fed sh*t....lol

    Oh Hocus Pocus is so spooktacular cute:o) and the Pocket Pixie is adorable:)

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  47. I cannot eat mushrooms. Don't like them and they just wreck me. I do like the look of the little red ones on the pixie fab though.

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  48. I used to gather morels behind our house growing up- silly me, I gave them away to our neighbor. If I still lived there, I could supplement my income and pay for fabric with mushroom money!!! Note to self: check woods behind new house... :)

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  49. Don't lick the mushrooms! Even if it is just fabric.

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  50. I love spring cause that means mushroom hunting out in our woods-good eats
    thank you for the giveaway chance

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  51. I do love mushrooms to eat...but I think they are very cute on fabric. I always decorate with mushrooms (red and white ones) at Christmas along side my Nisse (Norwegian elves).

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  52. I spent many hours of my childhood in the woods with my mother while she looked for mushrooms. Thanks for the chance!

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  53. Those Pocket Pixies are so adorable.

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  54. I love mushrooms. Especially Portabello mushrooms covered in cheese, crab, and a balsamic vinegar. So yummy!!!

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  55. Mushrooms are gross slimy things and should never be removed from the dirt for cooking!

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  56. I love mushrooms, but I am the only one in the house! I always order a personal sized mushroom pizza for me on pizza night!

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  57. I love mushrooms....especially on fabric....

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  58. Ugh. I do not like mushrooms. Especially when they try to disguise themselves as something else on my pizza!

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  59. Awww those mushies and elves are soooo cute LOVE 'em!!!

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  60. I love to see little red muchrooms that pop up after a rain!

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  61. Mushrooms are the first topping I choose for my pizza and the first item I put on my kabob stick... love 'em! mmmmm...

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  62. I love mushrooms! I'd put them in just about anything if my family would get away with it!

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  63. I like to look for mushrooms when I am hiking and imagine there are fairies living there.

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  64. I love them in food, and I love them even more on a cute piece of fabric.

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  65. I LOVE mushrooms. I eat them almost every day in salad, and when I can get them otherwise. I have a funny story about them too - one day, I was convinced that I was telling my roommate about mushrooms, when in fact I kept saying "marshmallows." We still laugh about it all the time - I don't know what was wrong with me! =P

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  66. I love mushrooms, especially portabello ones. Not that crazy about shitake mushrooms though, I find them sort of slimy. What a curious thing to be posting about!

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  67. Just recently learned to enjoy portabello mushrooms when grilled on a kabob. Mmmm, mmmm, good!

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  68. Mmmmmm stuffed mushrooms with crab, how yummy!! Cold and fresh in saads, yummy. Your fabrics super yummy!

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  69. I love mushrooms and my husband hates them. About 2 weeks ago he had the flu and didn't want to eat much of anything so I only had to cook for myself. I bought some small sliced portabella mushrooms and ated them for about 3 days straight until my stomach was a little sick of them, mmm they were so good tho :)

    Love this halloween fabric - great giveaway and fun thing to comment on. However, even tho its only 10am, it's making me hungry for mushrooms :( haha.

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  70. Both are fabulous fabrics!!! When I grew up in Iowa I used to love searching for the morels and having them cooked up in butter. YUM!!!!

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  71. I love mushrooms in food. I don't dare picking them in nature to eat, so the ones to eat will be bought. But I like nature's mushrooms dried for decorations.

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  72. *drooling* I love mushrooms! Stuffed Portobellas, Portobella Cheese Steak, stuffed button caps, shitake mushrooms... yummo!

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  73. Once when I was a wee lass, I went to stay with a dear Aunt of mine. She made us calzones that had mushrooms and bell pepper in them. They were sooo delicious and they are a stand out memory from that trip, although she doesn't remember making them. Ahem. Anyway, I love mushrooms!!! :)

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  74. A couple of years ago we had a perfect circle of huge mushrooms come up around a tree in our front yard. It was the coolest thing I had seen when it comes to mushrooms! ...don't care to eat them at all. ;)

    kimrward@charter.net

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  75. mushrooms - don't like 'em. but like someone else said, i'm a sucker for mushroom fabric! i used to (very badly) draw little fairies and mushrooms when i was a little girl.

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  76. oh I love the Pocket Pixie. I am making meringue mushrooms today to put on a woodland theme birthday cake.

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  77. Mushrooms? Don't like to eat them but love them on fabrics and embroidery and have made some in felt :)
    Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  78. I love a good grilled portobello on a burger. Oooo, and beef stroganoff with lots of sauteed mushrooms. Oh, oh, oh and mushrooms cooked in bacon and green onions. Yummy. Thanks for the chance!

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  79. The fairies with wands are so cute! The second collection looks spooky, but I have 2 cats in my house and they're not so scary ;).

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  80. i LOVE mushrooms, but not canned. i have a little collection of mushroom figures from my childhood. i absolutely adore them on fabric too. these look like a great lines. makes for a hard decision if i were to win.

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  81. Being vegetarian, mushroom are my meat! They are so beefy and hearty! LOVE them!

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  82. One word for mushrooms, dislike! LOL. :-)

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  83. I love mushroom fabric but the real thing? yuck! love the cute fabric!

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  84. I don't like to eat mushrooms. linda gerig

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  85. Mushrooms, Yes! I love them anyhow, anyway, and and kind. And I love kitties too. Thanks for the chance.

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  86. Mushrooms! Yum! My husband and I love them, our children have always hated them, and still do, even though they are adults. I hoped they would outgrow it, but never have. My son says it is the texture. I love sauteed mushrooms on baked potatoes or along side a steak.

    Mushrooms on fabric can be very cute! The cutest mushrooms are the red spotted ones, which in real life are totally poisonous, so it is a good thing we only bring them into our homes on fabrics!

    Thank you for the giveaway! I'd love to win those Halloween prints! I love Halloween fabrics, and those cats crack me up!

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  87. Whenever we visit my Grandparents, my Mom and I always dig some frozen Morel mushrooms out of my Grandma's freezer to fry up. It always makes me smile to think of my nearly 80-year-old Grandparents walking hand in hand through their property to pick the wild mushrooms and then bringing them home and getting them ready to fry. They taste good and make me smile...what could be better than that?

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  88. The first thing I think of when I think "mushrooms" is the Pasta class I just took on Sat. We made homemade linguini with a Wild Mushroom and Garlic sauce. It was seriously one of the best things I've ever eaten. :)

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  89. I don't eat mushrooms, but I sure like the polka dot kind! I love the red/white polka dot mushrooms. I even have an embroidery design like that. Now how in the world did a plain old mushroom get reinvented into polka dots? LOL
    Guess you figured out that I like the Pocket Pixie!

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  90. I love mushrooms!! My husband hates them, so I rarely get to eat them lately. 10+ years ago, Olive Garden had a mushroom alfredo dish - bowtie pasta with a mushroom alfredo sauce with four or five different kinds of mushrooms. YUMMY! I was so sad when they took it off their menu!

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  91. I like mushrooms, but my hubby does not. This means I never get to eat mushrooms unless we go out, in which case I order a mushroom and swiss cheeseburger!

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  92. These little mushrooms are so cute!!! I would LOVE to work with these cute little pocket pixies and their mushrooms! Also...I cook with mushrooms as often as possible, I think they are one of the best foods ever made.

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  93. I really don't like mushrooms. But I do like them on fabric. I've been planning some woodland quilts in my head. Only I'm artistically challenged so I'm waiting for my daughter to draw up my ideas. A fat quarter pack would be so awesome to get!!

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  94. I love Mushrooms! I think I could eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I eat them in salads, I eat them in eggs, I eat them in most anything! Did I say I love Mushrooms? I love them on fabric too.

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  95. I love mushrooms and one of my sisters hates them and calls them RUBBER BANDS. Thanks for the chance on this lovely giveaway and what fun to sew something special with them.

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  96. WE LIKE MUSHROOMS OF ANY KIND!
    LOVE "PICKET PIXIE" TOO!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  97. I am not a mushroom fan, unless they are on pizza, wierd I know!

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  98. Mushrooms are a staple at my house. I wish I lived somewhere I could find Morels - I've never had them but hear they're wonderful. Great fabric - I'm working on a Halloween quilt today. It's a UFO that is finally ready for machine quilting and turned out pretty cute if I do say so myself. :) blessings, marlene

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  99. That orange polk-a-dot mushroom fabric makes me wish I was a cute little girl gnome looking for the perfect mushroom house with my newly minted handsome gnome hubby.

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  100. Cute mushrooms on the fabric - reminds me a little of some of my grandkids cartoons - would be cute on a baby quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  101. They are both so cute! On behalf of my beautiful and kind granddaughters, I must choose the pixies. They would love anything with the pixies on it!

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  102. I don't mind raw mushrooms in a salad, or thinly sliced mushrooms disguised in a pizza, but I just don't like the feel or taste of cooked mushrooms.

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  103. Mushrooms, mushrooms... hmmm what can I say? I love to eat them and they're cute to make as well in a craft :)

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  104. I love mushrooms in everything, and the more, the better. I will even eat them out of the can from time to time. Here's hoping that I win.
    ttr3@earthlink.net

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  105. I just love Alexander Henry fabric, they never disappoint. About a year ago I was fixing breakfast for dinner. I had cut up some vegetables for an omelet. I turned around and noticed my 5 year old daughter was eating the raw mushrooms. It was just the funniest thing. I didn't want to make a big deal about it, because I knew she would stop and probably never eat them again.

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  106. I just love Alexander Henry fabric. Sauteed mushrooms are an all-time favorite of my husband and me!
    thanks

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  107. I've just recently (like since January?) started eating mushrooms .... but the mushrooms on that fabric look a bit psychadelic!

    and OMG hocus pocus. LOVE IT!

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  108. I do love mushrooms! Cremini and portabello mostly! I made a wee wonderland quilt with mushrooms on it too and love it!

    merefleming@yahoo.com

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  109. Mushrooms go well with gnomes, and pizza!

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  110. I love mushrooms -especially some long skinny white ones whose name escapes me that I used to eat a lot when I lived in Japan. I had a big glass mushroom my brother made me when he was learning glass blowing - I don't know if it was intentional or an oops that turned into a mushroom -but I loved it!!

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  111. I love mushrooms but the wild ones are scary! Love the Pocket Pixies.

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  112. I'm old enough to remember when mushroom-themed decor for kitchens was all the rage! Every now and then I see some long-forgotten cookie jar or wall hanging at estate sales, and I smile. Think I might buy the next vintage mushroom-like treasure I happen upon.

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  113. I often spy some fairy toadstools in the shady back corner of my yard.

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  114. mushroom toast. slice and saute in butter. (maybe half olive oil). then drop mushrooms and melted butter on toast. yumm. my Dad made this almost every night. after 2nd shift. with a drink. watching Johnny Carson. with my Mom laughing at the t.v.

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  115. I'm not a big fan of the fungi, but I do like those orange ones!

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  116. Mushrooms are tasty! I just made a shepherd's pie full of mushrooms, yum!

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  117. I LOVE mushrooms! We're going to have some tonight with chicken. can't wait!
    lcbworks@aol.com

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  118. My father-in-law would go mushroom hunting on the family's weekly Saturday morning hikes; the 'shrooms would be cooked up for supper. When I married, my husband thought he would do the same. Except that I don't trust his mushroom expertise...he could very well poison our family right out of existence!

    Nope, my mushrooms come from the market.

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  119. Mushrooms absorb any liquid flavors you cook them with. =Win

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  120. I don't mind mushrooms to eat, but they are not my favorite. I just always wonder who was the first person to try one, and what possessed them to do it?????

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  121. To me the best mushrooms are the cute ones on fabrics ... my palette hasn't acquired the taste for them... I know, I know GASP!

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  122. Mushrooms (especially in combo with dwarves, fairies, etc.) are wonderful. To eat--well, I don't mind them too much...

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  123. I absolutely LOVE mushrooms! I could almost live on them... so long as there was a nice juicy ribeye under them ;)

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  124. Sometimes college kids would trespass into our cow pastures to search for hallucinogenic (sp?) mushrooms. The ding-dongs thought such mushrooms grew in the cow paddies. Who wants to eat mushrooms from cow manure piles? Ewwww! No way. Mushrooms on fabric are far cuter.

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  125. My kids are fascinated with the mushrooms that always grow on the one side of our house. All 4 of them will go out and examine them, figuring out what kind we have. It's always so much fun to watch what they find.

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  126. We had some yummy chicken in the crock pot the other night, with white wine, Italian dressing mix, cream of mushroom soup and mushrooms! Tasty :-)

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  127. I LOVE the edible mushrooms and sauteed in butter and wine is just divine. However, the ones that come up in my yard I can't stand. I always have to pull them up and chunk them in the garbage. Now mushrooms on fabric?? Well what could be cuter, and this is just the cutest. I can definitely see a quilt for my granddaughter made out of this line. Too cute! Thank you for a chance in your giveaway!

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  128. I don't like to eat mushrooms...too spongy.
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  129. Mushrooms? only on pizza or in stroganoff. Thanks for the chance to win1 (I love that Halloween fabric!)

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  130. We get the odd mushroom growing in our grass, hopefully my toddler doesn't try to eat them this year :p

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  131. Mushrooms, mushrooms oh how they grow!
    Mushrooms, mushrooms, gooey-o!
    Mushrooms, mushrooms tied with a bow!
    Oh yes, I love mushrooms so!
    (ok, so my 4 year old helped me with this poem)
    Love the pixies!!!!

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  132. In my family we always have mushrooms on our Christmas tree :)

    caitlindevlin(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  133. It was just last week that I had a conversation with my Dad how we absolutely must go a-hunting for mushrooms this summer. I missed several hunting seasons - but I hope I haven't lost my skills. Eating them is fine too, but this quiet hunt in the woods, full baskets of goodies, sticky palms and lots and lots of washing and peeling afterwards! I think mushrooms are so therapeutic:) On fabric as well!

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  134. A thought about mushrooms: don't like to eat them but I like them on this fabric, so cute with polka dots.

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  135. Mushrooms - hmmm - I'm not a big fan of the edible version, but they are cute little fungi. :) I do like Pocket Pixie. :)

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  136. I adore mushrooms, but only fresh ones. The canned ones just don't cut it. Love them on fabric also. They remind me of 1972...........
    keels@mvdsl.com

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  137. How about a funny story of trying to find a cement mushroom. A friend and I went shopping a garden center one day and she commented on these cool cement lawn mushrooms. They were painted with polka dots just like that yummy fabric. Well, I tried to go back and get them for her (as a b-day gift) a couple of days later. The man who worked at the garden center looked at me like I must have eaten a few magic shrooms because he kept insisting they never had such a thing. Even after I insisted, showed cell phone pics and all. Oops, imagine my embarrassment when one of the other employees said, you visited the store down the street they have them right out front as you drive by! So now she has a big pink polka dot mushroom out front!

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  138. Oh the mushrooms remind me of the 70s and appliances in avocado green and harvest gold and that rusty orange. OK granted I was a child in the 70s but it stuck in my head. I like mushroom in cooking not in decorating. Now the Halloween fabric, I am 1-800-gotta-have-it all over that:)

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  139. I definitely don't like eating mushrooms! I don't mind it so much now, but as a kid I always had to pick them out of nearly EVERYTHING my dad makes since he loves them and think they're great for any meal!

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  140. Yuuummmm, mushrooms...I can eat them fresh with some ranch dressing but my most favorite is sauted with some butter and garlic, way yummm....Ooohhh a mushroom and broccholi (sp?) omlette (sp?)..yes I know, I spell aweful!!!

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  141. Ugh, I hate mushrooms -- the smell, the texture, the taste. My husband, however, loves them. The only time he gets them is when we go out, because I don't cook them. But the fabrics are adorable.

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  142. yummmmm....mushrooms...on pizza or steak...

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  143. Mushrooms huh? I like them in spaghetti, and I loved fried mushrooms as long as they aren't mushy. But my favorite at the stuffed mushrooms from Olive Garden. YUM!

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  144. like mushrooms, but not cream of mushroom soup...love the fabric though!!!
    dmifflin@netrover.com

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  145. Love mushrooms on my pizza!! Yummo!!!

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  146. I love mushrooms - on pizza, in stromboli, fresh in a salad, etc., but I can't eat the morels that pop up here in the spring. They're the only food I'm aware of that makes me sick. Oh well, I was never that fond of them anyway. (I was able to eat them when I was a kid.)
    Fun fabrics!

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  147. MMMMMMM, mushrooms are the yummiest way to add punch to a dish without adding more meat or calories!!

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  148. Love mushrooms. Watched an episode of Boy Meets Grill the other day and it was all about mushrooms. Definitely need to try out some new recipes both food and fabric wise..but not together.

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  149. Yum - I just had a port-a-bella mushroom burger with swiss cheese and avocado for lunch

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  150. Ha Mushrooms! I'm a biology teacher and we're studying fungi now!
    laurawilson25@hotmail.com

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  151. Yum, I love mushrooms: on pizza, in pasta, on a burger, in fabric. :)

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  152. I hate mushrooms! Thanks for the chance to win...it would be the perfect birthday surprise!
    Ket06e(at)gmail(dot)com

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  153. That Pocket Pixie fabric is soooo adorable!
    As for mushrooms, love em! I wouldn't eat an orange spotted one though!;-)

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  154. I love the pocket pixie fabric.
    My fav way to eat mushrooms is on pizza.

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  155. I love to eat mushrooms, but my kids prefer to skip that and just wear them on their clothing. ;)

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  156. My 4 yr. old granddughter likes to go on "nature hikes" and kick over mushrooms. I guess she'll out grow that!!

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  157. I LOVE MUSHROOMS! There I said it. I could eat them every day. There is so much you can do with mushrooms and the varieties are endless. Thanks for asking...love that fabric:-)

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  158. I love mushrooms in Anything !!!! These fabrics are just adorable !

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  159. Mushrooms? Well, I just ate about a pound of baby portabellas with dinner. I love mushrooms! In my mouth and on my fabric :)

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  160. Mushrooms and pixies/faeries go hand in hand. They are the perfect size for a pixie seat or table.
    But, Beware of Faerie Rings! They are made of mushrooms! SO if you see a ring of white mushrooms, there just might have been a pixie party there the night before!

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  161. Well, mushrooms...the only thing I think they are really good for would be...
    a fabulous place for adorable little pixies to hang out under...
    Love this fabric!!!
    Have a happy day :0)

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  162. Ooooh mushrooms! Love to cook and eat them, especially stuffed with crab meat! Wouldn't touch the scary ones that I see in the woods sometimes though. COOL FABRIC!!!!! Would love to win some!

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  163. Those fabrics are really cute, especially the cats. We've been eating lots of mushrooms lately and really enjoying them.

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  164. Believe it or not, my husband has a cousin who is married to a guy with a PhD in mushrooms.

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  165. I am not a big fan of mushrooms. They remind me of the 70s and the dark dank mushroom caves in PA. But I do love the Halloween fabrics!

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  166. I LOVE, and I mean LOVE, sauteed mushrooms- the best things ever :)!!!!

    candy at fiber dot net

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  167. Oh my! The Pocket Pixie reminds me of my great niece. As for muchrooms, I love them on or in everything.

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  168. It is almost time to go mushroom hunting, spring is my favorite time of the year. so please some pocket pixies.
    rtoms317@yahoo.com

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