Win Three Yards of Fabric

I am excited to participate in the annual giveaway at Sew Mama Sew! For your consideration I have three yards of fabric. It's new and unwashed. I believe it was purchased at JoAnns.


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215 comments

  1. It would be great for quilt backings! :)

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  2. I like these for some summer tote bags.

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  3. I'm pregnant with a little girl so I'll probably make a few things for her :)

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  4. Thank you for this give-away! I would love to make another Tinny Dress (http://www.straight-grain.com/2013/06/4-collars-3-skirts-2-sleeves-1-pattern.html) for my daughter.
    tamtam49@blogspot.be

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  5. I make Waldorf dolls, so it'd be for dresses for them :)

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  6. Ooh! I think I would use this for bag lining! So pretty. This is very generous of you to put this up for giveaway. :D

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  7. If it didn't end up in a quilt those fabrics would make terrific doll dresses for my granddaughters. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  8. Clothes for my daughters. The fabric is gorgeous (as always!). Thank for the giveaway!

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  9. I would make doll clothes with the fabric.

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  10. I will make cloth menstrual pads :) omee.bubu(at)gmail.com

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  11. Sundresses :)
    Wouldn't they look perfect?

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  12. I would use them in quilts!

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  13. Mug Rugs and mini quilts for friends!

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  14. I would use them in lap quilts!

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  15. Table runner! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  16. I am certain it would go towards dresses for my daughter!

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

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  17. These would make adorable summer frocks for my little girl!!

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  19. Such fun fabrics. Perfect for summer! I would probably make a romper for a my baby girl, or possibly a picnic blanket.

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  20. This fabric is too cute. They would make a great tote bag. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  21. A quick quilt for my kid's teacher.
    Thank you for your generous giveaway!
    Jamie

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  22. I would make myself a skirt out of these. Super fun summer fabric!

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  23. pieced quilt backings! I'm always looking for fabrics for that!

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  24. Skirts for my granddaughters. They are always asking for fun fabric to sew. Thanks.

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  25. These look perfect for little sundresses.

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  26. I'd make dresses for my daughter. coralbunnyandlo [at] gmail [dot] com

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  27. Great fabrics for the summer...thanks so much.....\\

    jeanieheath@charter.net

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  28. I would make a blouse or two for my daughters!
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  29. I think I would use this fabric to make pillowcases for the 1 million pillowcase challenge from AQS!

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  30. For someone that doesn't like green..those are rather appealing! I also wasn't into purple much, but this past year...most everything I made had purple in it so maybe green is my new color! They are just pretty and springy!
    Found you on the Sew Mama Sew blog giveaway!

    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com
    coffeebreakwhatever(at)yahoo(dot)com
    http://www.fabricandmemories.com

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  31. That fabric is adorable! It would make a beautiful and cheery table runner.

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  32. I would make a baby quilt for a friend who is expecting!
    amy.forkner (at) gmail (dot) com

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  33. I would make a picnic quilt for summer!

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  34. My kids are in desperate need of bedside book organisers, so I'd make a few of those.
    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  35. I think I would make a quilt with these. Or at least use them in quilts. I am in need of binding, that would be great!

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  36. I would use them in a quilt or two!

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  37. I would make a bunting for my balcony. My daughter's window opens there and it is kind of shabby and beige, I have wanted to make a bunting to liven it up and these colors would look lovely :)

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  38. oh dresses for my graddaughter

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  39. Thanks! I would love to make some bias tape - these colors are so pretty and I would love to highlight the fabric on everything!

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  40. They would either be worked into the next quilt or go into dresses for the baby!

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  41. 3 yards, awesome, they would look really cute as a dress for my daughter, or the backing on quilts I make for charity.

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  42. This would be a cute outfit for my little granddaughter and maybe enough left for her doll a matching outfit! Love this fabric!!
    christyd8@bellsouth.net

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  43. I'm sure I would make a quilt.

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  44. I think a bag and some accessories would work very well with this prints. thanks for the chance!

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  45. I would like to make a top for my daughter.

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  46. probably handbags or totes

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  47. Thanks for the lovely give away. I would happily use this fabric for little girls pretty dresses or for the bags I like to make.

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  48. Those greens are perfect for some place mats for my dining table.

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  49. It would be gorgeous as backing on a crib quilt

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  50. I think it would be beautiful in my paper pieced star quilt that I am working on

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  51. It'd be great for some sweet summer dresses

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  52. I will put them in a baby quilt!

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  53. Fun Fun fabric! Great quilt backs! Smcalli102@aol.com

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  54. Lovely fabrics. Totes and bags would be great in them .- Diya TheHobbyHarbor

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  55. I might make a skirt with them. They're so fun!

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  56. definitely part of a quilt!

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  57. I would make summer dresses for my two girls. Great summer colors!

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  58. Some kind of bag. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  59. An apron or summer clothes for my kids or both. :)

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  60. a baby quilt for our church quilt ministry that makes quilts for foreign orphanages and the local pregnance help center

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  61. I'm having fun making toddler quilts now, so that's what I would make :)

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  62. For pillowcases or as part of a quilt. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  63. I will make a sleep sack for my upcoming new baby.

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  64. I would probably use it for a baby dress or for lining a toddler backpack. :)

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  65. I would use them as lining for bags, they're perfect! Many thanks for the chance :)

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  66. Thanks for the giveaway! The colors are great, but I would have to wait to feel them and see them with my stash to be inspired for a project.

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  67. I would make a cushion for my new sewing table and chair! thanks for the chance to win.

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  68. I would make pouches or a tote bag.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Krista
    emailthestones(at)gmail(dot)com

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  69. little purses for my 4 granddaughters

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  70. To be honest I'm not sure. Maybe something for one of my granddaughters. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  71. I would use them in bright, colorful quilts.

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  72. well add it to my stash and see what happens Inspiration wise - as it's not enough to make a whole quilt out of it (at least not a large one)

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  73. I think that these would be great additions to my stash. I don't know off had what I would do with them, though they are good colors and I'm sure I would find them a home.

    just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com

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  74. I'd make some geranium dresses!

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  75. A bag for my daughter Katelyn.
    red_murray2(at)yahoo.com

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  76. These would make great placemats, napkins or tote bags..... or used in a quilt. I like to let the fabric tell me what to make with it!

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  77. I will make dresses for my little granddaughter, Nellie.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  78. I will make some little dresses or tops for my 2 yo granddaughter.

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  79. I need to make a tom of boxy pouch I could use this for some of them or maybe placemats

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  80. Probably a purse - those are my favorite project!

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  81. I have several paper piecing projects for which they would be just perfect! thanks for the chance to win

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  82. I would use them in quilts! Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

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  83. I think they would make cute skirts or shorts for my granddaughter. Thanks.

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  84. They look like pillowcases to me. Great giveaway. Thanks so much for sharing

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  85. Spring dresses for my granddaughters! Thanks for the chance.

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  86. Oh hard!! Probably in some quilt in some way...

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  87. Some dresses for my three girls!

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  88. Would use to make some things for my Grangirlie...maybe Summer Tops & clothes for her dolls. Would make real pretty pillow cases for her room tho too :)

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  89. Skirts for my girls or include it in a quilt.

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  90. So pretty! I would make a bag.

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  91. I think a table runner or summer PJ's.

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  92. Absolutely perfect kid quilt fabric.:)

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  93. Definitely a few dresses and skirts for my 3 year old. :)

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  94. I will make summer dresses for my 9 yr old and my nearly 7 year old granddaughters - I would mix the fabrics together - probably make a tiered skirt or ruffles, and a sunhat to wear with them. If there is enough left over then I would absolutely make a summer outfit for each of their 18" dolls - nothing like having matching dresses!!! Lovely fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win it.
    Pauline

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  95. I would love to make a bag with this fabric. xx

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  96. Thanks for the generous giveaway! I would use these lovely fabrics in a summer quilt, along with some florals. And thanks for your inspiring blog. I sew for my granddaughter, so I enjoyed looking through your tutorials.

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  97. I want to make a Blue Mountain Ridge queen-sized quilt using the pattern from Bonnie Hunter first. I need to start making a couple of baby quilts. This material would sure come in handy and will go with any blender fabric in my stash. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway and being so generous with your giveaway.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  98. backing a quilt or for summer placemats

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  99. Summer totes with small zippered pouches

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  100. I have three young grandchildren, so probably would make a toddler quilt. Thanks for the giveaway

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  101. this would make the best apron! i've been meaning to make one for some time and just haven't gotten around to it.

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  102. I would make baby clothes - something pretty for my grand daughter, due in late July!

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  103. a summer dress for a little girl. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  104. I'd likely use it on some charity baby quilts.

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  105. This would make a great skirt for my daughter !

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  106. I would make ruffled skirt for my little girls.

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  107. I would use for quilt backs for my kids charity quilts.

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  108. I think it would work well as backing or binding of a smaller quilt. Thanks! wonderlandbyalyce(at)gmail(dot)com

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  109. I would make a bag for my granddaughter

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  110. I'd use it for a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  111. I would love to make some pillows with this fabric and use in a lap quilt I'm making. Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  112. Probably skirts for my daughters.

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  113. A quick charity quilt. Oh so cheery fabric!

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  114. 3 yards! I can make anything!
    emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  115. a bag...a dress for me...some clothes for my kiddos...oh the possibilities!

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  116. My daughter and I need Kindle covers! this would be perfect - thank you!

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  117. Dresses for my daughters!

    dink_kelly at yahoo dot com

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  118. I'd make a dress/skirt for my daughter.

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  119. I would put it into a quilt.

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  120. I would probably make a lining for a purse? Or something for my granddaughter! Beautiful fabric.

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  121. I will make some summer clothing for my daughter

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  122. I'm sure my little girl will claim it for her own. A pretty summery dress or two would be perfect. :D

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  123. I would love to use it to make sundress for my daughter and crayon/art kits for both kids.

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  124. Dresses and/ or skirts for my 4 yr old girl. Such vibrant prints- bring on summer please! Thank you! crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  125. I'd use them to make clothes for my 2 y/o girl!

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  126. Summer skirts for my little monkey.

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  127. Maybe some pillowcases? Thanks for the chance to win!

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  128. We're expecting two grandchildren in the next few months so I'll be making baby gifts!!! Lots of them :)

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  129. i might use it to make a sew together bag.

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  130. I think I would add some more pink & make sundresses for my twin granddaughters, age 4.

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  131. I will make some little boy pants.

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  132. Another prayer quilt, maybe a pretty skirt too.

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  133. I'd use this to make a crochet quilt. My SIL are working on the ongoing project together. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  134. I would make pillows for my girls! Thanks so much for this great giveaway!

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  135. I think those fabrics would make a fabulous bag! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  136. They would make lovely drawstring bags for my little ones

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  137. A summer dress for my little girl :)

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  138. We're moving, and I promised my daughter that she would have her very own reading nook. These would make some lovely cushions for her. :)

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  139. I have been making baby quilts lately for Project Linus, and I think this fabric would be just perfect for that.

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  140. Probably clothing for my almost 15 month old daughter! :)

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  141. LOVE these blues and greens together. Would be used in new grandbaby quilt.

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  142. I would love to use it for baby gifts, tiny blankets or maybe crinkle-toys (I like making flat elephants with plastic sewn into them for gifts) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  143. I would make a picnic quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  144. i would make some pretty pillowcases for the summer.

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  145. Maybe a tiered skirt---but more likely something quilty! Cute kids!

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  146. something for my girls!!

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  147. I would make something for my girls. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  148. LOVE that green for a summer dress for my girly---

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  149. beautiful fabric. I'd love to make a skirt for myself.

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  150. I think it would make a lovely tote bag for a yoga mat.

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  151. I would use these to make a quilt top for my group, World of Charity Stitching.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  152. I might make a toy duffle bag or fabric cube/basket. I think legos multiply in the winter...

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  153. Something summery for the wee one! Lovely bright fresh colours. Thanks for the chance! I also really love the fabric used in the Norah's dress you made. Just stunning.

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  154. I'd like to make something for my little granddaughter. Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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  155. This fabric looks like it would make a cute play diaper bag for my 3 year old granddaughter who is expecting a brother in July! Thanks for the Chance!

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  156. The colors are bright and springy looking so would make a nice tote bag!

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  157. Something for my daughter.

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  158. A tote bag & some skirts for a friends daughter! :)

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  159. I'd make cute matching dresses for my best friends little girls!

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  160. Either a quilt or zippered pouches. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  161. • • • Gift Bags. Thank you for sharing!

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  162. Oh these would make an adorable pinwheel baby quilt...

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  163. Dress for my 2 year old daughter!

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  164. I'll make a dress for my preschooler!

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  165. Dress, skirt or blouse, i'm not sure yet.

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  166. I think I would use it in making bags or pillow cases.

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  167. I've just starred dressmaking, so something for my daughter

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  168. I will definitely make something cute for my kids!
    Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  169. I would use it in making blocks for quilting. Thanks!

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  170. Thanks so much for the giveaway! We are expecting a little girl this September, so I would use them to make something for her, for sure! =)

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