Thursday, May 26, 2011

Giveaway Day! Over

Update: Congrats to Tonya #17!!

You're a winner tonight!




Halloween & a little more Flurry


blew in this week.



Carmel apples, bats, witches hats & candy corn!


What could be more fun at Halloween?


This bright & whimsical collection of Trick or Treat by Deb Strain


is sure to add fun to the season.



Flurry by Kate Spain is a winter wonderland of prints


inspired by the warmth of a cozy sweater.



Our giveaway today is for a charm pack of your choice.


Are you ready for Trick or Treating or some Flurry?
To enter the drawing,


leave a comment about something seasonal you're going to make.


I'm going to make cookies ;).


Random drawing later tonight.

151 comments:

  1. I just made a mini tree skirt for the school fete. We are having a Christmas in July section.

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  2. I will probably make another Christmas quilt. I made my first one last year and it was sooo fun.

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  3. I would like to made a tree skirt or table runner out of Flurry. It is so cute!

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  4. I am in love with Flurry...but then I love anything Kate Spain. I want to make some Christmas presents, I keep thing there is plenty of time but here we are nearly into June and I haven't done any..... :(

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  5. I am making a table topper for 4th of July.

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  6. I have a holiday table runner of sorts on my TO DO list. It is for my friend that has a round dining room table with a built in lazy susan in the middle. Basically it will be a big donut of a table runner - double sided even!
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

    NO CLUE why I can't leave comments like I used to. Every time now it ask me to log in but I am already logged in. arghhhhhh.

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  7. Hello!I'm going to make lollipops. Thanks for the chance! I love Flurry!

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  8. We make cookies every year too. This year I also need to make some tablerunners for our dining room table and an extra long one for the bar.

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  9. Would love to make christmas themed table toppers. Thank you.


    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  10. I would make christmas runner..thanks
    mageenadilah(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. I'm going to make some mug mats. Everyone loves them and they are fun to make.

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  12. I love Flurry .... and my favourite project season is the Autumn of course .... I love pumpkins,leaves and I had many Autumn's table runner !!!!

    And I have a large number of Christmas Quilt of course .... I have 3 children and this year there will be another one ... so I had to do another quilt for her ^__^

    Thank you for the draw

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  13. My favorite fabric must be Flurry, I love it! I think a Christmas bag would be nice!

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  14. I like Flurry!
    I make a Christmas quilt each year! This would be perfect for 2011

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  15. Loving the Flurry! I'll be making cookies too! And cheesecake. Mmmm...

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  16. I'm working on finishing all my christmas and birthday gifts for the year so that in November and December I can finally make some Christmas ornaments! I didn't get a chance last year as I was still making presents on Christmas Eve!! I wont make anything for Halloween as being English, we don't celebrate it

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  17. We make my Grammy's Snowball cookies every year for Christmas, they have tons of butter, tons. The melt in your mouth. Yum! Thanks for the chance!

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  18. love Flurry .... a lovely twist on Christmas colours. I am making pea and ham soup as I type ... lovely on cold wet autumn nights that we're having in New Zealand at the moment.

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  19. I would like to make a shopping bag with Flurry fabric, so all the cookies and goodies I'll buy will have an environmentally safe haven to be carried home! The "cherry on the cake" will be the giveaway of the tote as present to my mother - she needs some cheering up at those moments 8^}.
    Thank you for a chance to this nice collection of fabrics!

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  20. I want to make some bags.Thanks for the chance!

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  21. I will make a wall organizer.

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  22. Love the Flurry...I am going to make a Christmas card holder out of a pattern I have been aspiring to for a few years now.

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  23. I want to make a tree skirt or a holiday apron. Thanks for the chance!

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  24. I'm going to make some aprons and tea towels.

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  25. Halloween and Christmas = and I had to stll downstairs with the dog last night because we were too hot! Any, hmmm, I dont know. Id first have to win, spread all the blocks out on the table and wait for inspiration. OR, if I win any pattern look for all of the Sew Mama Sew giveaways I could make something from there! Thanks!

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  26. I'm making a new tree skirt. I've needed one for a couple of year and this is the year!

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  27. I'm going to make a tree pillow! Paper piecing.

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  28. I would love to make a cute halloween wall hanging!

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  29. My stomach just growled as I read the word "cookies" haha.

    I'm making a Halloween and Christmas quilt... and maybe some Halloween pillows this year. I didn't do anything seasonal last year other than 2 christmas pillows because I was so busy with Christmas presents. Starting early this year!

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  30. I am going to make a couple of small red, white & blue table toppes/runners for my end tables and coffee table. Love the Trick or Treat charms.

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  31. I'm planning to make a snowman quilt! I'd love to win the Flurry! Thank you. =)

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  32. I'd like to make a Christmas-y table runner. We just bought our first home and and don't have too many decorations yet. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. I'm absolutely determined to eat lots of "gazpacho" this summer. You know: it's that Southern Spanish tomato soup that is served cold with crusts of bread or cured ham... Yum...

    And since Halloween is still far far away, I'm definitely ready for some Flurry :-)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. I think I would make a table runner with the cute Flurry charm pack. Thanks!

    eagarner78 at gmail dot com

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  35. I just finished up an advent calendar for Christmas using flurry :) Love it!!

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  36. I have only one wall quilt and would use the Halloween one to make another to have out and probably a holiday tote bag with the other. Love Kate Spain. Yesterday I made an amazing versatile corn/bean salad with sharp white cheddar bits (Cabot cheese) onion and cesar dressing. Perfect with my salmon!

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  37. strawberry jam, yummy, sticky hot work!

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  38. I would make a new Halloween towel and potholder set! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  39. I've never really been a big halloween fan, not really sure why.
    Anyway, I like the look of Flurry. I think it would make a great table runner or maybe seasonal placemants something winter related, not solely christmas. That way I could keep it out for longer.

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  40. If I won this, I would be making my first Christmas quilt:) Thanks for the chance. thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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  41. My husband makes a new pottery House/castle/barn every year at Halloween. spooky of course! gougeonathome@charter.net (Allison)

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  42. Cookies are always a must here for the holidays! The kids love to decorate them. I would love some Flurry! Have a great day.

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  43. I'm planning on making a Christmas mini quilt for our entry. Love the Flurry :-) Thanks!

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  44. As soon as I finish my Easter table runner (I didn' make it for this Easter) I want to make a Christmas quilt and/or pillows for this winter.
    Thanks a lot!
    johanneliebana@gmail.com

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  45. Going to make Rhubarb Custard Pie as soon as I get some eggs. Thanks for this.

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  46. I'm ready for some flurry!! Thanks!

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  47. I'd like to make my first Christmas quilt :) Flurry would be very useful, lol! Thanks for the giveaway.

    angelasmart[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  48. I will be making potholders, table runner. I love this giveaway.

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  49. I need a new Christmas table runner or table topper.

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  50. I want to make chocolate candy cane cookies.

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  51. I want finish my family's new stockings and the tree skirt i started last fall. I'd love a little trick or treat. I love halloween fabrics but I never buy them for myself. Thanks!

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  52. Maybe some fudge....thanks for the chance!

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  53. Wow would love to win them. I am into towels, potholders, and mug rugs right now. So not sure what I'll make most likely something for the kitchen since I can't break out of the box.

    I hope you pck my number.
    thanks cathy

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  54. i made christmas bunting last year and gifted them all...this year, our house will be decked with bunting!

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  55. I want to make stockings using the Thimble Blossoms "Merry" pattern.
    Thanks for the chance to win--I would love the Flurry charm pack!

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  56. My mom made my sister and I tree skirts, and I am dying to repay the favor and make her one. Flurry would be perfect!
    sarah.currence at gmail

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  57. I love Flurry! I'll be finishing a lovely Christmas quilt that I started last year... and haven't looked at for a while!

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  58. I'm currently working on the border for a Christmas BOM. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway. The Trick or Treat charm pack is just too cute :)

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  59. Im sorta a new quilter, i have not yet made anything holiday themed. I would though, if i won one of those. I usually do sew some odds and ends type gifts during the fall... but they are not with holiday fabrics. LOL! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. The other day I read a blog about decorating with quilts. Got me thinking about the many tablerunners I have made for every imaginable holiday/season and the fact that I have given every one of them away as gifts! So now I need to make a holiday tablerunner for my own table. Maybe I can get to it in time for Halloween. Or maybe Christmas.

    I'm not really anonymous, but blogger hates me the last few days so here is my email jklmengland(at)windstream(dot)net

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  61. Summer came early this year, so I can just pretend it's Christmas in Pre-july :) This year I'm making an Advent calendar/banner for my 3 yr old. I found a really good bargain online at the Disney store for the little Toystory Characters that will fit in each day's pocket :)I figured I'd better start now, to avoid the dreaded holiday craft pressure/deadline. My hands sweat just thinking about it :)

    Blogger is having issues again. I'm not really anonymous, it just won't register my sign in.
    Nancy Sue
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  62. Not sure what I will be making. Right now I've got a cast on my right hand, so no sewing is being done. GRRR

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  63. I would definitely make tablerunners..they bring in the holiday spirit....thanks for the giveway....
    http://churchvillelane.blogspot.com
    Blogger still having issues...

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  64. What, i have to choose? I would probably pick the Flurry since I got the Ghastlies from you last year. By the way, I heard there is new Ghastlies coming out...are you going to have it?

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  65. right now all I am making that is seasional is snow cones.

    I can't sign in with my account....GRRRRRRRRRR

    Patty
    carrotcake55@sbcglobal.net

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  66. I'm going to be making something nice to send to my Grandma in Law that lives in Germany. Probably a Christmasy Table runner.

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  67. where do i begin? i need to FINISH trick or treat bags from last year, i also wanted to make a christmas tree skirt and a christmas quilt.

    kelly.spear@gmail.com

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  68. I will be trying to finish up my Halloween quilt before starting my Christmas projects.

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  69. i'm going to make cookies...and i'd like flurry..^^

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  70. something seasonal...i'm going to make bbq this weekend...that's seasonal for summer, right?! ;)

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  71. I just purchased Halloween fabric for a table top, so the charm pack would come in handy. However, the Flurry is really cute!

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  72. I have a Christmas wall hanging quilt kit that I'm going to put together. :)

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  73. I'm attempting to make a yo yo flag.

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  74. I'm going to make a Halloween wallhanging

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  75. I'm working (okay, going to START working) on a baby rag quilt for a friend.

    Would love to win! Flurry is probably my fave. Thank you for a chance.

    zucchinisummer at gmail dot com

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  76. I would love to make a patriotic quilt someday. Thanks for a chance to win! I would make wall hangings out of those. :-)

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  77. we have a new grandchild, our 8th, so I need to make her a Christmas stocking.

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  78. I'd go for Flurry any day. I'm not making anything today (bummer)

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  79. It would be fun to make a Christmas quilt. :) I'd love the Flurry! :)

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  80. Flurry! It's May but we could still get a flurry here in Wisconsin. Wouldn't surprise me a bit!

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  81. I'm working on 4th of July table runners and a halloween kaliedascope quilt . . . love seasonal stuff. Thanks for the chance! (soniaquilts at gmail dot com . . . my profile is not working today)

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  82. Hello,
    I will try once more to comment?
    It keeps going blank...huh?
    Any who---yes, we make cookies & lots of them!
    This year as a big family we want to make "Carmel Corn". We are always given some as a gift...however it does not go to far...so this year we decided to make some!
    While they work on that, I will be sewing some
    "Quilted Hot-pads"...hopefully using some ?
    "Flurry-fabrics"! :)
    Thanks for a great give-away!
    Blessings~
    ~Lori

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  83. I love the Trick or Treat fabric. I've red, cream and blue fabric to make a Fourth of July quilt. But if you're wondering what I would make out of the fabric you're featuring today, it would be a Halloween table runner. Also, I just read about making fabric alphabets magnets. Wouldn't it be cool to make the letters "trick or treat" out of that fabric?
    Google isn't cooperating with me today, so here's my email: mcdurham at hotmail dot com

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  84. I haven't tried making a table runner yet...so I might do that! In the fall, I make a yummy pumpkin bread....maybe I'll have to make some for spring too!

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  85. Oh, I'm itching for some Flurry fabric :) Before I would use it, I need to ASAP make a summer table runner. I think i'm going with a watermelon similar to one in the summer issue of Quilts and More. I better get started soon!

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  86. WORKING ON ANOTHER BABY QUILT FOR CHARITY!
    THANKS FOR SHARING-LOVE THE FLURRY BEST!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  87. I'm going to make a Christmas table runner. Eventually. After I finish all the wedding presents I need to make for this summer!

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  88. I'd like to work myself in to a Flurry of activity and make a Christmas table topper.

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  89. I'm ready for a flurry! It's been high 90's and even over 100 some days already here in Texas. :( I want to make a cute winter quilt to welcome our first baby in December/January!

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  90. That Flurry is gorgeous! I would love it to make something for my mom.

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  91. Flurry! and yet the Halloween is so cute too! We moved and I have a great spot to showcase small seasonal wall hangings...Christmas is still up as the colors are muted enough it goes with my couch; but really I need to make some new ones...and some new couch pillows and recover some chairs!

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  92. I am going to make my first christmas quilt for a gift.

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  93. Flurry? Soooooo great! I am looking forward to getting my 5 year old in his favorite apron (the one with the picture of the Oscar Meyer Weiner-mobile) and mixing up some homemade hot cocoa - one of those "in a jar" gifts! And you better believe - we're going to drink some together - maybe even with MARSHMALLOWS! :)

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  94. Either of these would be great to win - I'd pick Halloween line just because I've never played with a halloween seasonal before. Seasonal thing I will make this summer is a tree skirt.

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  95. Want me some flurry!! I have no idea what I'll make seasonal this year- gotta get through summer ;)

    candy at fiber dot net

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  96. Flurry! The perfect giveaway for a snowy SE Idaho morning.
    In hopes that summer will soon be arriving I'm going to be making SNOW cones with my grandchildren!
    Carla
    handcartquilts@aol.com

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  97. I love the flurry. Not seasonal but making a grilled pimento and cheese sandwich!

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  98. This is the second blog in a row that my comment number may be 102. How strange......anyway I'm going to make a quilt of course! I love making seasonal quilts! By the way, I love those fabrics :-)

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  99. I love flurry! thanks - hope blogger will post for me! its been acting up!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  100. I am going to make trick or treat bags and a couple christmasy type quilts! =)

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  101. I am going to frankenpops with my granddaughter! Marshmallows dipped into green tinted white chocolate then decorated with icing! So cute!

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  102. I'm going to make these watermelon pops. They look so cute. Here's the link in case you want to try them too.

    http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/watermelon-pops-113172.aspx

    I love the Kate Spain "Flurry" fabric.

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  103. I'm think more 4th of July than Halloween or Christmas. Last week a friend told me of all her christmas projects that she has and is currently finishing. Sign. I Would like to make some fun Halloween table runners. I made some for my children several years ago. I really like the one side that has an autumn theme but I don't like the Halloween fabrics I used so mine hardly ever gets turned over. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  104. Well, we don't do Halloween, and I LOVE Flurry, so that's my choice there. I've got a whole long list of Christmas stuff to make, after I get all my baby stuff made for our latest addition, due July 1. I'm most looking forward to making a tree skirt - which I hope to do with your quilt along. You are still planning on doing that, right? Oh, and I like Mom C's idea of two-sided holiday table runners. Now why didn't I think of that before? HA

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  105. I would just love to make a Christmas quilt! :o)
    Thank you for sharing your lovely fabric!
    Sincerely, Trish

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  106. I love doing special sewing for the seasons, but it's hot and humid here right now so the only seasonal thing I'm going to be making is hamburgers on the grill! And maybe a pitcher of iced tea!

    MGM

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  107. Is graduation seasonal? I need to make your cute little wallet to put a gift card in for a co-workers daughter.

    kimrward@charter.net

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  108. I'll be cooking up some fiddleheads pretty soon...it's what we look forward to every spring..a few meals of it and we are good til next year...although I think I'll freeze some for when my son and his family come to visit this summer...it probably has been several years since they had any...

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  109. I swear this year I'm finally going to make a Christmas tree skirt!

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  110. I would be interested in making a small wall hanging for my office. I do not have a halloween themed quilt to hang.
    Sandra
    sharpquilts.blogspot.com

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  111. Gosh, both of these fabric designs are FABULOUS! Glad to get that out:) I'm thinking of making homemade ice cream this weekend. Ice cream (and cookies) is always in season. Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!

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  112. I'm going to make a christmas table runner with snowmen, (I got a crush on them :P)

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  113. Trick or Treat! Both are very cute, but I'd love to have the Trick or Treat to make a tote bag for the fun day and also some treat bags for the kids! Thanks for the chance!!!

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  114. Flurry -- which also describes the state I will be in if don't get moving on making a table runner or throw before Christmas arrives. Thanks for the chance.

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  115. my google account is not letting me sign in something is wrong. halloween for sure. we made rice crispy treats. sclinequilts@earthink.net

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  116. I'm working on a Halloween quilt now! Seasonal...that would be strawberry shortcake, doesn't it just make your mouth water? blessings, marlene

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  117. After many years of no Christmas tree skirt, here to hoping I have time to make one.

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  118. I can't wait for some of the little moda packs to come out in 2.5" squares. Then even if I don't use them I won't feel bad. I think I'll make....sleep.

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  119. My Christmas tree skirt is in need of a re-do this year.

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  120. A while back I bought some fabric that was intended to be a soft fabric book. Panel blocks of the old-school Christmas characters that we used to see in the Holiday Christmas cartoons. I plan on making each of my 2 kids a Christmas quilt from them.

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  121. I want to make a Halloween quilt--it's my favorite holiday but I still don't have a quilt! what the heck?!

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  122. I need to make a Christmas tree skirt...

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  123. I am planning to to make a Christmas quilt. My mom has one she made and I always loved pulling it out around Christmas time.

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  124. I'm not sure what I'll make this year. I'm expecting my first child just before Halloween, so I may not be up for my whirlwind baking that I do a few days before Christmas. I would like to make a holiday table runner, though I may have to do that this summer!

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  125. I am going to make two of my daughter-in-laws a Christmas quilt for Christmas. I want to get started on it now instead of waiting till November.

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  126. I have some halloween projects to finish. I didn't get the done this last year and they are first on my list of projects to do. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  127. I'm baking a strawberry shortcake to eat with the strawberries I just picked! I love the flurry charm pack tho! Karen P. acp328@yahoo.com

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  128. I've been dying to make some to go cup sleeves for fall/winter time to give to friends and family and maybe a fun Halloweeny picture frame with fabric.

    Jodie :)

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  129. I'm going to make a scrappy Halloween quilt this year. I have never done one and I love the Halloween fabrics available this year.

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  130. I would like to make a Christmas quilt to fit my bed!

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  131. It is rhubarb pie season in these parts- so this is what we are making, but I am also working on a Christmas quilt - swapping fabrics with my sister and my BFF three ways.

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  132. I love Flurry. Actually anything Kate Spain does is lovely. I'm going to be making Christmas stockings for all seven of my grandchildren this year. And would also like to make a table runner as well.

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  133. I'll be making cookies for sure and will probably paint Christmas ornaments for some of my friends.

    carol_busse at yahoo dot com

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  134. I'm working on a 4th of July table runner. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Deb

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  135. I am finally going to make a mug rug!

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  136. love the flurry maybe for a stocking. lindagerig

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  137. I'm going to make some stuffed owls as gifts for kiddos.

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  138. I would like to make a seasonal table runner.

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  139. I'd love some flurry! and I'm making a Jesse tree (basically an Advent calendar) for my girls.

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  140. Most def Flurry, I need the cold thoughts as I am roasting here in Florida. I've been working on a Christmas table runner.

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  141. In the kitchen: I'm making cookies, too--just bought a big bag of M&Ms from Costco...so they'll go into M&M cookies unless I eat them all first here at my desk! In the sewing department: I'd love to make a Christmas table runner with Flurry!

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  142. Oh- some Flurry would be wonderful. I want to make some sweets.

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  143. Flurry would be my choice. I'm planning on making a lap quilt for a neighbor lady who is now in a wheelchair.

    Thanks for the chance!

    Tanya~friendshipcrossing.blogspot.com

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  144. I want to try my hand at making Christmas stockings for my family this year!

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  145. I would love the Halloween print...... and I am making banana bread right now, mini loaves, some with chocolate chips and some without!

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  146. I will be making embroidered wall hangings for fall and Christmas.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  147. I want to make a napper (couch throw) for my couch for every holiday.... I've been collecting fabrics for a while. I want them scrappy.

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