Monday, May 21, 2012

*** CLOSED *** Giveaway Day!

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Thanks for everyone who participated in Giveaway Day!  Please stop back by the blog for many more giveaway's to come!
There were a total of 151 comments here!  Lucky winner was determined by Random Number Generator and it is.... #121!!! (1st winner did not respond so I had to re-determine) 


I'd probably make it into a dress for my daughter and some sort of bag with what's leftover. Love the fabric!



Giveaway Day has finally reached us!  I'm so excited to be participating in the fun this year.
For my giveaway I have a beautiful piece of fabric by Robert Kaufman from the "carnaby street" line
It is 100% cotton and 44 inches wide.  This fabulous fabric has dark blue, blue, and light blue scroll-like designs and is set on a bluish green background.  The fabric is new, never been washed and comes from a smoke free home.  (I have one puppy but she is non-shedding).  You are winning 3 yards of this wonderful fabric. 



Specifics:

  • Giveaway open to US residents only (sorry). 
  • Giveaway open until May 25th at 3pm central time 
  • Winner will be determined by random number generator
  • Winner will be notified via email on May 25th by 3:30pm and fabric will ship out May 29th

To enter: Post a comment below stating how you plan to use this fabric (please make sure you either include an email address in your post or in your contact info when you post so I can get a hold of you).

To have a second entry become a follower and add a comment stating you are a follower :) Thanks!
- (follow button is at the top right of blog)

182 comments:

  1. I think this would make a lovely dress! I will be doing some sewing for ME soon since I am pregnant with #4. I just need to get past the morning sickness first. :P
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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    1. Congrats! I'm a bit envious :) I'd love to have another little one ;-)

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  2. WOW!!! 3 whole yards?! that's awesome! I'd probably make a top for me...and maybe a skirt. and a tote. It's beautiful fabric! Thanks for the chance to win it! (I'm a bit envious too, I'd love to have another babe! mine's 7!)

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    1. Aww. we are in the same boat then. My baby is 6 :(
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  3. Love that fabric. I am making a circus themed quilt for a friend's baby due in September. That would make the perfect backing for the quilt...the front colors are primarily blues.

    Thanks for the chance
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  4. I'm a new follower
    shel704 at aol dot com

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    1. Yay! Welcome Michelle! and good luck

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  5. I would probably make clothing for my girls!

    Thanks for a lovely giveaway!
    ~Lindsay
    lmchishaffer@aol.com

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  6. Wow, that might be a nice quilt back!

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  7. I would use it as a baby quilt backing. THanks for the giveaway!

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  8. I think it would make a nice back for a blue and white quilt. Thanks!

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  9. This fabric is wonderful. I could use it as the backing for a quilt I'm making.

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  10. I'd probably use it for the back of a quilt! What a lovely print. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  11. I love this fabric! I have a vintage sheet with blue flowers that I've been waiting for fabric to match! this is a great jumping point! thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  12. I think it would make a nice mini quilt backing. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  13. I'm a blue and white gal! This would make a beautiful quilt top or backing!

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    1. Welcome Cynthia! Thanks for following, and Good Luck!

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  15. I think it would work well in a blue and white quilt, so that's how I would use it.

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  16. Hello, I think it would make a lovely skirt for my daughter. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda

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  17. Tiny curtains! Probably some in a quilt.

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  18. I'd make myself a summer dress and then use the scraps in a quilt!

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  19. I would love to make a skirt!

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  20. I recently pieced a blue and white scrappy lap quilt and have been looking for the perfect backing. This fabric could be it! I love it when the quilt back is as pretty as the front! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  21. This would be perfect for the kitchen curtains I need to make! msagala1 @ gmail dot com

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  22. This would definitely be used for a dress for my daughter!!

    Desiree
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  23. new GFC follower

    Desiree
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  24. This would make gorgeous pillowcases!

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  25. That fabric is destined to be a full skirted sun dress.

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  26. I would use this fabric as sashing and borders in a quilt yet-to-be-made.

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  27. I think this would make an awesome sun dress or skirt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. I was first thinking quilt backing, but my daughter would love this as a dress.

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  29. Wow, 3 yards! Too much awesomeness to deal with! I think I'd start with a cute skirt for my daughter :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

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  30. Following your blog :)

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

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    1. Thanks Melissa! :) Welcome and good luck!

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  31. Dress! I have a dress problem.

    corvus.melloriATgmailDOTcom

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  32. This is beautiful! I would love to experiment with embroidering and embellishing those beautiful scrolls!

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  33. I would use this in a lovely blue and white quilt that I am planning. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  34. It is such beautiful fabric that first I would just fondle it dreaming. Then I think I would use it to make the fleurs in a two color quilt I am planning with extra left for a second project.

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  35. I would make some summer dresses for my girls.
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  36. i think i'd make either a cute summer dress for a little girl or maybe a curtain panel for my back door! thanks.

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  37. i follow via email. thanks!

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  38. I am making a red white and blue quilt for my MIL and this would be *perfect* for the back.

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  39. So pretty! It would either be my first attempt at a dress or a beautiful quilt backing. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

    handmadebytracie (at) gmail (dot) com

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  40. I would use this to make either a dress for my daughters rehearsal dinner or something for the wedding this December.

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    1. Welcome and good luck! Thanks sew4my3!

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  42. I would use this fabric to make a basket. Thanks for the chance to win!

    ravensrascals(at)gmail(dot)com

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  43. I'm a new follower. :o)

    ravensrascals(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Thanks Raven's Rascals :) Welcome and good luck!

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  44. What a great piece of fabric. I could use it to back a quilt for my granddaughter.

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  45. I think it would make a great backing for a quilt. Or a dress for my grand-daughter or maybe even some pillow cases.

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  46. This is pretty. I don't know what I would make. I would have to be inspired after I had it in my hands!

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  47. I think it would make a wonderful quilt back!

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  48. I like the idea of home decor---a valance maybe.
    carrie dot hare @gmail.com

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  49. I think it would be great as my light in a quilt with blues and greens. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  51. Always looking for great lights to use as backgrounds. Thanks

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  52. This would be perfect as a quilt backing.

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  53. I love blue and I love, love, love that fabric. 3 yds is alot so I'd probably match it up with some blues and make a quilt for my bed. Would be lovely for a summer quilt. Thanks for the chance t win it!

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  54. I think I would make a dress for my daughter - she has blue eyes!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  55. I would make matching dresses for my daughters
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  56. GFC blog follower- mframe00
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  57. It would work great in a quilt with ome more blue fabrics.

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  58. I think it might work for the backing of my quilt for Siblings Together. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  59. Depends on how see through it is - I think maybe clothes or maybe bed accessories. Thank you.

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  60. wow, what beautiful fabric! I would love to make some pillow cases are flowy curtains. I would feel bad cutting it all up! :)

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  61. Gosh with 3 yards I could make a tunic for me and my 7yo niece!

    majorasue(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  62. I think I would use it for a quilt, but it would also be great for part of a pillow or two.

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  63. It would make a beautiful summer dress. Thanks for the generous giveaway

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  64. This fabric would make some pretty pillows/pillowcases for the bed in our spare room. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  65. I'm a new follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  66. That is beautiful! We are about to move and I think I'd use it to make some decor items for our new place... maybe some valences or pillows? Not sure, but I love it! christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  67. Thank you for the chance! That's enough that I'd be able to make my 3 girls something matching...I love doing that! :)

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  68. Also your newest follower! :)

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  69. This print would be perfect for a dress and at 3 yards, it could stretch to a nice full skirt!

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  70. Three yards of fabric is a great size for a quilt back. But it looks too pretty to be a back. I'd have to live with the fabric for a while and let it speak to me before committing to a project. Thanks!

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  71. I just signed up to be a follower of your blog. Thanks again!

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  72. I would make a quilt back for lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  73. Oh a quilt-back for sure! I think it might be perfect for a current WIP! Thanks for the chacne

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  74. I think this would make a beautiful skirt :)

    Julia @ Stars&Sunshine
    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  75. This would be lovely for pillowcases! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  76. I have a quilt that is in progress that would work perfectly with this. i think i would use a little for the front and some for the back:)

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  77. Skirts for my girls? carrie dot hare@gmail.com

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  78. With 3 yards I could make a cute sun dress.. Love it!

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  79. I would make a smocked dress with this fabric (1 1/2 yds), and a matching one for my daughter (3/4 yd). And I think I'll have enough to line a sunhat to match :) so excited!
    gifac1262(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. I would love to make my daughter a dress with it!

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  81. Mother/daughter skirts would be great in this print!

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  82. Beautiful fabric. It looks wonderful for a quilt back or those curly-ques might make wonderful hexie flowers or quilt blocks.

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  83. A cute summer jumper for my daughter.

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  84. Looks like it would make a great quilt back to me :)

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  85. I'd make a dress for my daughter
    sntbosch(at)msn(dot)com

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  86. Three yards?! That's a nice full skirt for me!

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  87. I'd make a dress for myself! It's such beautiful fabric.

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  88. It would look pretty as part of a back to a quilt.

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  89. A dress for myself? Could I dare? :)
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  90. I would totally use this for my current quilt back - it's all in blues and this would look fabulous!

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  91. as a special quilt back. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  92. skirt for me
    wcharp6739(at)att(dot)net

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  93. oooh. i think that might be a lovely skirt for Melle. :)

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  94. This is the perfect fabric to use on the back of my blue and white striped quilt. I have a focus piece for part of the backing and have been searching for something stylish that won't compete with the focus fabric. This is it!

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  95. I have a ton of blues I'm sewing into lap quilts; this would make fabulous backing for 2 of them. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

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  96. a top perhaps? may be enough for a matching toddler dress too!
    fingers crossed! treevt80 at yahoo dot com

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  97. That would make a lovely tote bag.

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  98. I love blue, so I would use it in a quilt--maybe my daughter's quilt, since she also loves blue. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  99. Oh I think I would make a matching shirt and dress for my daughter and I.

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  100. I would use as quilt back (small quilt) and or as part of quilt blocks and or as lining for a purse or zip pouch. So many possibilities, so little time! Generous giveaway. Thank you.

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  101. That fabric is so pretty! I've got a new Sew Serendipity summer dress pattern that it would be just perfect for!

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  102. I would use it for the back of a baby quilt if my friend ends up having a boy!

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  103. I would use this in a quilt! Probably one for my guest room.

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  104. A whole three yards??! WOW! I would totally use this for a summer dress (as they are pretty much the only way to beat the heat here in Philadelaphia). Tasia's new Sewaholic dress, Cambrie, would look lovely in this fabric!

    tina_crossgrove(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  105. I'm a follower!
    tina_crossgrove(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  106. i would like to make a couple pillows

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  107. This fabric has a vintage feel to it. Since I make purses, I would definitely be making one with these fabric. What else would I do? Probably hoard it.

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  108. I would make a dress for my girls with this! mjalfano19@gmail.com

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  109. I am a blog follower! mjalfano19@gmail.com

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  110. I'd probably make it into a dress for my daughter and some sort of bag with what's leftover. Love the fabric!

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  111. This is enough fabric for me to make a BoHo dress (pattern I have from Pat Bravo), or the background fabric for a blue Kaffe Fassett cross quilt. Blue is my favorite color!

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  112. Beautiful fabric! I would use it as the neutral in a quilt made predominately of blues!

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  113. looks like a beautiful skirt
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  114. I don't know how I'd use it yet but once I hold a fabric in my hands my mind starts spinning!

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  115. It would make a beautiful skirt and a new bag! :) It's very pretty!

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  116. That looks like gorgeous quilt backing to me!

    Mrs.Hearts
    www.busyhandsquilts.blogspot.com

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  117. I would use it first for a skirt/dress for my little girl.

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  118. I think it would make a beautiful purse.

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  119. I will use it for a quilt backing.

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  120. This would make a really pretty sundress!

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  121. I would use it for a quilt! :)

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  122. Pretty! That's a lot of fabric, enough for a really cool skirt!

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  123. Love the lacy look. I need a new blue quilt for my bedroom. I think I could convince my hubby this would look stunning. Thanks.

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  124. I love that fabric. Could see it as a quilt or part of curtains.

    winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  125. oh this is lovely. I would make a lovely summer dress for one of my great neices
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  126. Lovely fabric! I'd make a breezy summer dress fr myself! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  127. I would love to make a ruffled apron skirt out of this. Then use scraps for quilting.

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  128. I see a cute new apron in at least part of that fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  129. I'm not a garment sewer at all...but maybe this would make a good quilt backing.

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  130. I would use it to make a beautiful bag.

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  131. I think I would have to make that into either curtains or a skirt. It would be a hard decision.

    daydreamhouse (at) wordpress (dot) com

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  132. I think this would go towards a quilt

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  133. Ooh that's lovely fabric, and so much of it - either a sundress for me or a quilt back.

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