Monday, May 6, 2013

Sew Mama Sew! Giveaway Day!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED AND WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED!


Giveaway Day is here!  What's giveaway day I hear you say?  Well - Sew Mama Sew is hosting this whole week of giveaways, so I'm joining in!

Haven't been here before?  Well, my name is Melissa - aka Midge.  I'm an Australian lady chick who just happens to love sewing amongst a million other things I can jam in to life.  You can read a little more about me HERE, or scroll through the hundreds of posts on the blog!  I discovered last year that I LOVE quilting almost more than life itself.  And most of my finished quilty projects can be found HERE.  I love finding new blogs to read, and would love it if you choose to stick around!

Anyway - on to the fun stuff!  Everyone loves "scraps" yes?  Would you believe I used to give away scraps before I quilted?  And I even threw away scraps.  Blasphomy.  Well, now I collect them!  To a point of cra-cra-crazy!  So here are just a few of the bags I have!


Everyone loves "scraps" yes? Ps. Giveaway coming up!
My giveaway is a mixed bag of good sized scraps from all of these bags!  There are TWO scrap bags up for grabs!  All you need to do is tell me how you like to use scraps?  I will choose the two winners from your comments!

Please make sure to pop in to Sew Mama Sew! from 6am PST (USA TIME!) to see all the wonderful giveaways from around the world!  Some of my favourite quilty girls are holding their own, which you can find here:
Finding Fifth, Quiet Play, Pretty Bobbins, Blossom Heart Quilts, Party of Eight

***  This giveaway is open through to midnight, Friday the 10th of May.  Winners will be chosen over the weekend and notified via email (PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT A NO-REPLY BLOGGER, OR LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IN YOUR COMMENT).  And winners will be posted here on the blog!  Giveaway is open Internationally!

GOOD LUCK! 
XXX





332 comments:

  1. Oh I am double D down for scraps! Like you, at the beginning I was like, what? Why do I need that little piece of fabric, and now I completely understand! So one of my quilt bucket list goals is to make a postage stamp quit with a full rainbow spectrum using little 1.5" squares. What better way than to collect scraps!

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  2. Yum! Those scraps look delish! :) I am starting a curved project called Steam Punk...might mix in quite well!

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  3. Ooh I love scraps - some of my favourite quilts have been made from scraps! Thank you for the chance to win :-)

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  4. I love scraps especially for making QAYG pouches and sleepingbag pouches. They would find a loving scrap-mama at my home ;-)

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  5. Ohh the possibilities! I've started a St. Louis 16- patch and I'm addicted! These scraps will make a beautiful quilt! I haven't had time to make anything for myself since I started sewing and I think it's time now!! Thank you!!
    Jcottrell230@gmail.com

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  6. i Lover paper piecing....thank you for this nice giveaway

    greetings from Germany
    marion

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  7. Lol! I asked this same question on my blog since I'm overrun by scraps! I do improv projects to use up mine.

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  8. I buy and collect scraps, too! I am making a string star quilt (one or two blocks a week), and EPP 1.5" hexies while traveling. I use scraps for paper-piecing, too (which I LOVE)!!!

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  9. I love scraps! I like Katy Jones Scrap vomit pattern-great way to use up scraps!!

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  10. I like to use scraps to make patchy clothing for my 5 month old daughter!

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  11. I love scraps! I find myself buying scraps as well. I love to use them in quilts log cabin style.

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  12. I love English Paper Piecing for scraps, And I can do it in front of the TV. Thanks!

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  13. a fun giveaway - thanks! I don't have many scraps so am always happy to collect some more :-)

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  14. I love scrap quilts, and my leftovers are usually cut into 2.5" blocks, and then what's tinier than that goes into postage stamp or string blocks for pot holders and such. I can't ever pass up a good scrap!

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  15. I like to make details for otherwise "boring" things, like pillowcases or shirts. Especially for kids!

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  16. I love scraps and can't bear to throw away even the smallest scrap of fabric. I like to use them for string blocks, quilt as you go coasters and bags, postage stamp quilt blocks, hexis. . .the list goes on & on!

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  17. I have a few such scrap bags of my own. However I love other people's scraps... The scraps always greener.
    How to use scraps? Make quilt as you go stuff or crazy patchwork. Always works.

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  18. I like to use my scraps to build blocks (and make scrappy quilts!) I also enjoy making small like odds and ends like scrappy baskets.

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  19. I'm hoping to make a scrap vomit quit this year. Hopefully it will make a dent in the scrap bucket.

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  20. I *love* scrappy quilts! the scrappier the better!

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  21. I like helping my kids make projects from scraps -- softies, maybe a pillow case? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  22. I LOVE scraps. I see some Terrain there too. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  23. SCRAPS! I love scraps. Pillow tops or quilt tops or mug rugs. USE ALL THE SCRAPS!

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  24. I just used a TON of scraps to make these West-Elm inspired pillows http://bonnieprojects.blogspot.com/2013/05/caribbean-inspired-scrap-pillows.html

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  25. I want to make some eye spy placemats.

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  26. I love scraps! I like making them into matching games for my toddler!

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  27. Scraps are fabric magic! I will use them in some many things... quilts, bags, wall hangings, book covers and even upholstery projects. I'm that crazy about scraps. LOL

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  28. My favorite way to use scraps is paper pieced scrappy stars. Thanks for the giveaway:)

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  29. I love scraps. Everyone has a different idea what a scrap is, but often they are still good size and very useful =) I like to use scraps of the smaller variety to make small quilt block, such as Shasta Daizy.
    http://www.jinnybeyer.com/quilting-with-jinny/design-board/detail.cfm?blockid=214

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  30. I do like to make string quilts with scraps. It's fun to see how they come together.

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  31. I like to use scraps when I am making pouches

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  32. I like to use scraps to make small bags or pockets in bags.

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  33. The better question is how do I not use them?? Almost every project I've taken on so far is pretty scrappy (fabric buying constraints), and I've grown to love the hodge-podge look of my quilt blocks. We do need new potholders around the house, so that should be my next scrap-project :)

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  34. Depending on the size of the scraps I usually make patchwork baby bibs of baby shoes! Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  35. I love to use scraps to make things for my kids and their dolls. I'm also really bad at using patterns for some reason, so making scrappy little quilts and pillow covers is one of my favourite things to do. :)

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  36. :) Scraps? :) Never met a piece of fabric that couldn't be used. I love making quilts built of the smallest bits of fabrics...never have enough colors or patterns.

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  37. I love using scraps- leaders and Enders then sewn together in scrap fabric!

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  38. I love usings scraps in quilts. julia.glotova (at) gmail (dot) com

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  39. I like to use scraps for charm quilts and other quilt patterns that lend themselves to a scrappy anything goes look.

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  40. other than quilts, I've been making quilted bags, both eat up lots of scraps!!!!

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  41. I love paper piecing with scraps!

    dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  42. I want to make a string quilt with scraps.

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  43. I use scraps in a scrappy foundation pieced quilt as well as my no repeat hexagon quilt, so I LOVE scraps!! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  44. Thanks for the chance to win! I've been using scraps to make fabric bracelets. These would be great for some new ones!

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  45. String quilts! I just finished one with 'Mama Said Sew' collection by Sweetwater. I love string quilts, and the scrappier the better :)

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  46. I love to make scrap quilts. Log cabin blocks among others. Would love to give some of your scraps a good home.

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  47. scraps always seem to come through when i need just a tiny bit more to make something looks een better - i tiny embellishment here, etc.
    bethbimber(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. I love scraps, nothing is more fascinating than other people's scraps. I cut them up to usable sizes before I sort and box them for my projects. I'm currently working from my 2.5" box as leader-ender for a postage stamp quilt.

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  49. scrap quilt, GO! thanks for the chance!!

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  50. I love using scraps in quilts or bags!

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  51. scrappy, scrappy, scrappy! currently working on a tiny 1" 9patch thing... so, cough, you know... pick me! :)

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  52. I'm using my currently to make tula pinks 100 modern blocks!

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  53. OMG I adore scraps. I have a scrap vomit pile of 2.5" squares growing slowly so I can start that plus I make Great Granny squares and I am saving every little scrap to make a throw-size ticker tape. YUM to scraps (especially someone else's)!!!!!!

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  54. I love to make feathers from them!

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  55. I need to make some Baby items

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  56. OH! I love scraps! I'm currently working on two string quilt tops, and plan on making at least on rainbow themed top, along with some simple patchwork tops.

    Thank you for the chance to win! greycatquilts (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  57. I love scrappy quilts! My favorite to make are scrappy log cabins.

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  58. I love to appliquee on kids clothes ;)
    have a nice sunny day. and thank you for this chance ;)

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  59. Oh, I know I already won one of your giveaways but a girl can dream, right? I am going to try to do stitched in color's strip challenge. I've done lots of online challenges like that and my favorite was the scrappy stash along. Even if I don't win I'd love to do a swap with you sometime!

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  60. Im new so I really don't have a lot of scraps yet. But I am saving to make a few pillows.

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  61. Thanks for the chance! I love using scraps for EPP!

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  62. I love to use the scraps to make my girls headbands! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  63. I'd LOVE to make a scrappy quilt...but I need to add to my scrappy stash!
    sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

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  64. I'm working on a postage stamp quilt (2.5 inch charms) so I'm always on the prowl for more scraps. Variety is the key to my scrappy quilt. I also make and trade Dotee dolls, so scraps are perfet for those.

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  65. Scrappy quilts are so fun!

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  66. I like to use scraps in ticker tape quilts.

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  67. I love scraps! My favorite thing at fabric shops is when they have a scrap bag making station :)

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  68. I use them in just about everything. I do lots of paper piecing so they really come in handy!

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  69. mmmm scraps! I like making scrappy pouches, way too much actually, since I don't seem to be able to use just one fabric for any project anymore ;) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  70. I am getting into paper piecing which helps use up weird sized pieces.

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  71. right now I don't use my scraps But I do save them. This summer when I have time, I am going to make a string quilt and a trip around the world quilt.

    red_murray2@yahoo.com

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  72. I like to use scraps to make patchwork bibs for gifts or to sell!

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  73. I love using scraps in charity quilts. I have so much fun figuring out how to utilize every last one!

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  74. I'm looking to learn EPP to use up my scraps

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  75. Love scraps! I'm making a postage stamp quilt this summer, so this would be perfect!

    THanks for the chance

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  76. I first started building my stash from buying other people's scraps and used them to learn to make zippy bags, small patchwork, hexis, and mug rugs. I hold onto ALL my scraps, they's so perfect for making fast little projects.

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  77. I like to use scraps to make "Farmers Wife" blocks. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

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  78. Im making crazy blocks with my scraps and Its addictive!!!!

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  79. I love scraps! I love to use them for EPP or scrappy quilts!

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  80. I love scraps and use them to make scrappy quilts and bags. They are great to use in string quilts and nine patch, also. I cut my scraps into squares as small as 1 1/2 inches and these make very pretty baby quilts. I make the baby quilts to give away for charity.

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  81. I love using scraps for mug rugs or strip blocks :)

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  82. I'm making a hexi quilt, so could definitely use the scraps! haha
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    jgemeroy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  83. I like making string quilts from scraps.

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  84. I also am working on a string quilt. I love to do them.

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  85. Scrappy quilts are my favourite type to make. I rarely make quilts using a fabric line, loving mixing it all up and lots of colour. So your prizes are fabulous and I thank you for the chance to win.

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  86. scrappy quilts are the best. thanks

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  87. I'm a hexagon piecing machine at this point and I'm adding as many fabrics as I can to the mix. Of course, they have to all be scraps. So everything will go into a hex, onto a string quilt, or into the paper piecing grab bags.

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  88. I make scrappy quilts, they are so bright and cheerful! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  89. I love scraps... especially from other quilters! I make them into happy scrappy quilts.

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  90. I love scraps! You never know when you are going to need just that wee bit of just that shade of lime, or orange, or cerulean...
    vicmil at aol dotcom

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  91. What a fun giveaway! I would love to win!

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  92. I like to use scraps for you guessed it, scrappy quilting!! or for letting my kids craft with.

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  93. I will make a string quilt or postage stamp quilt.
    I love your giveaway!

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  94. WOW those are some scraps!! I use them in bee blocks but also am collecting 2.5" squares and also strips so I can eventually make some scraps quilts :)

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  95. I love to make scrappy quilts! Lately I've been making monochrome wonky log cabin blocks. Haven't decided just how to set them yet but I'm having fun making them. It would be a blast to have someone else's scraps to add variety!

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  96. I am a new quilter. So I am trying to gather scraps to make a quilt! :) Then I intent to make one. ;)

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  97. I am a scrap hoarder, so this giveaway is perfect for me! I'm one of those people who sews almost exclusively from scraps - almost every single project I work on these days is somehow scrappy: quilts, bags, pin cushions, you name it – it's scrappy! :) Thanks for the chance to win some more!!

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  98. I have used scraps for some ticker tape doll quilts and a confetti quilt. They are both perfect projects for those small, odd-sized scraps that I just can't throw away!

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  99. I am saving scraps for a bottled rainbow quilt, I also use scraps for string quilts and postage stamp quilts.

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  100. I love to make scrappy little pouches and lately I've been making mini bunting garlands out of scraps.

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  101. thank you for the chance to win. I am great at collecting scraps and not so great at using them up. I tend to you them when making bee blocks

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  102. I love scraps! I use them for bindings, and I love using them for QAYG blocks! Thanks for the great giveaway!
    mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

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  103. Can't get enough scraps! I'm becoming addicted to scrap quilts! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Items nice to find other Aussies on here!

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  104. I really want to win this one!!! I use scraps almost in every project that I make! Pouch, pincushion, bag... Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  105. I love scrappy quilts, so I use them for that. I want to make a scrappy trip around the world.

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  106. I like to use my scraps in my quilts. I prefer scraps quilting over cutting from stash! Thanks :)

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      saruqa at gmail dot com

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  107. I like to use up my scraps in my bee blocks. The last 2 I chose were mosaic blocks and paper-pieced basket star blocks. You can see them in my Flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/61032972@N08/8592559162/

    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  108. String quilt projects and small swap items are great scrap busters.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  109. Paper piecing and bee blocks, lol! As you would know ;)

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  110. Ok time to house those scraps with more dignity Midgey...perhaps at my house instead!

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  111. I have bags like you so I don't know what to do with my scraps but I've been itching to use them. I've been thinking half square string triangles. Solid or print on one side, strips of scraps on the other of the triangle. I don't know.

    Thank you for the chance to add to the bags I have. :D

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  112. I love scraps, especially other people's scraps where I get to dig through them, lol.

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  113. I love other peoples scraps! I use them for small swap projects, mug rgs, doll quilts, pouches, etc...

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  114. Scraps? What else is there to use when making a quilt? I can use almost any size scrap in one block or another. Thanks for participating.

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  115. I'm obsessed with scraps. I use them for everything. String quilts. Zippy bags. I sometimes design an entire quilt around one tiny scrap that I love.

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  116. Thanks for the chance to win! I love scraps. My mom loves to make scrap quilts and I-Spy quilts.

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  117. I love scraps...especially other peoples scraps more than mine...I am currently making a pp hexi charm quilt with my 2.5"scraps....this one is going to be a VERY long term project!

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  118. wow!!! I like to use them for log cabins, small projects for my daughter.. home decor..love love love scraps

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  119. Scraps are great for hexies and paper piecing.

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  120. Oooo well, I want to make an impromptu log cabin quilt, this would work great!

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  121. I am a crazy scrap hoarder! just can't toss any fabric. thanks for a great giveaway.

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  122. I've made a couple of scrap quilts now. I did the scrappy trip along that was so popular on Instagram, and just completed a rainbow string quilt top. I'm using scraps to make flowers for a grandmother's flower garden too!

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  123. I love scraps! My favorite (new!) use for them is in rainbow scrap quilts! They add so much more variety!

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  124. I like to use scraps for applique. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  125. Seriously, who doesn't love scraps?! Especially for paper piecing ;) You'll see!

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  126. I love scraps, especially from other people because it is interesting to see what fabrics others use.

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  127. Those look like a fun quilt to me... Otherwise, they will be used for lots of zippered bags. shern9@hotmail.com

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  128. Other peoples' scraps are always more interesting, and i live to use them in quilts, cushion covers etc.

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  129. Mmmmmmmm a maple leaf rag quilt is on my list

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  130. I mostly use scraps to make donation quilts for Project Linus. I'm drooling over your bags full! Thanks for sharing!

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  131. Am just learning how to make coasters with scraps! Thanks for a chance to win!

    Julie

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  132. I too love scraps! I use them for quilt blocks and mug rugs. Those little bits are always so pretty!

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  133. I've started making dolls and small teddies that use up lots of wee bits and pieces left over. So cute!

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  134. I have been collecting scraps for an ISpy quilt. I want to make one for my daughter, Lorelai.

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  135. I love scraps and like to make scrap quilts. I'd really like to win your scraps. Thanks for the chance.

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  136. I haven't been sewing for long, but I've been keeping my scraps for smaller projects.

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  137. Lately my favorite way to use up scraps is,to incorporate them back into the project at hand. For example,using them on the backside of a quilt,or the inside of a bag...

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  138. I love scraps. All the quilts I make are scrap quilts, and I use everything down to 1 1/2" square!

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  139. I love using scraps for appliques!!

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  140. I love making presents for friends like key fobs and coffee sleeves

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  141. I love using my scraps for applique. It is so much fun to look for the correct color and find the perfect scrap!

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  142. I can never resist scraps! All of my quilts are scrappy, and getting scrappier the more fabrics I collect. Giveaway day is so fun -- thanks for the chance to win!

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  143. QAYG pouches are perfect for scraps! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  144. Oh I love scraps-hairclips, applique, small quilts, I use them lots of ways!

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  145. They look like a veritable gold mine! I'd love some scraps to play with - perhaps a string quilt or some crazy blocks or something. :)

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  146. That's scrap Heaven! Count me in!

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  147. What a fun crazy bundle of scraps! I made a Scrappy Trip Around the World quilt with some of mine. A string quilt would be fun too.

    Thanks for the chance! I have two giveaways happening too - www.craftyhour.com

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  148. I use my scraps for miscellaneous things like appliqué or buttons but want to make a designated scrap quilt. Rachel at Stitched in Color always has some great ideas for scrap quilts!! Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabrics that you used to make beautiful things!!

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  149. I love to use scraps in quilts and small projects like paper piecing or covering buttons or patching jeans. I'd love to win your scraps!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  150. I love scraps! I paper piece and make sampler quilts, there is always a use for a scrap! Thanks for the chance to win! maureen.clifford@comcast.net

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  151. For quilts - What else!? I love to use even the tiniest of scraps. I love to have just one or two squares of different fabrics in a quilt.

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  152. Quilts all the way!!! so fun
    hcvallad@hotmail.com

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  153. I love to use scraps for small projects that offer "instant gratification" like potholders and coasters.

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  154. I could use some scraps! Sign me up!

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  155. I love scraps for fussy cutting pictures and for my growing collection of 2 1/2" squares for my scrap vomit quilt.

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  156. I like using scraps in paper piecing. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  157. I wasn't really into scrap quilts until I inherited the remnants from my late mom's sewing projects. I had to do something with them. The result has been lap quilts for me and each of my three sisters and four nieces. Scrappy pinwheels with snow sashing and pieced backings. The remnants were, literally, a mixed bag -- cotton, cotton blends, poly, closely woven, loosely woven, nice hand, thin -- you name it. But they play well together! =) Now I can work with scraps!

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  158. I like using 2" squares for various quilting projects... like heating pad covers!

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  159. Hi Midge, great to discover your blog!
    How do you collect scraps? For some reason I had an image of you dumpster diving, lol. Must have been because of the cra-cra-crazy part ;-)
    I like to applique with scraps...on cushions, tea towels, children's clothing, pot holders...etc. But recently I've been wanting to try a scrappy quilt. I must wrestle down my slight OCD to do so!

    Will be following you!

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  160. I'd definitely make a Scrappy Trip Along, if only I had enough scraps! It'd be brilliant to win these!

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  161. I like to use them to embellish children clothes.

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  162. I like to use scraps to make string blocks, but also to use in scrappy projects, like the potholders I made recently and featured on my blog. I love the quilt as you go method for handling scraps and making a larger piece of fabric out of small pieces.

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  163. I love doing scrappy quilts and applique so scraps are often just the thing!

    adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  164. I'm pretty new to quilting but I fully intend on quilting a patchwork quilt for my daughter when I get enough scraps going on! Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  165. I've been thinking I'd keep scraps for applique but I really really REALLY wanna try a Scrappy Quilt!

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  166. I love scrap quilts and they are fabulous for the x plus blocks too.

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  167. As a newbie quilter I haven't got too many scraps yet but I really hope to have enough one to complete a scrap quilt.
    Thank you for the chance to win.

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  168. I use scraps in a charm quilt I am working on and baby quilts. Thanks for the chance

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  169. I've been saving my scraps to make a string or string spiderweb quilt. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  170. I put my scraps in a little slide out drawer, in my sewing room, just next to my machine and this is just for my granddaughter to pick the fabrics she wants to sew with..... with me helping of course!!!

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  171. I use my scraps for vomit!! And or scrap jars :o) I just keep sewin' em all together until they become a quilt!
    4dvvs1@gmail.com

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  172. I use them to make ticker tape quilts for babies or dolls.

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  173. Make scrap quilts. there are so many different patterns out there to use up scraps.

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  174. I love scraps, particularly other people's scraps - heaven! I love to incorporate scraps into little projects as well as making a scrap quilt every so often. Thanks for the great giveaway, love your blog.

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  175. SCraps, scraps, I love scraps!!!! I used to ask my Mother-in-law for her scraps. (She would shake her head and comment that I am a strange girl! LOL She would give them to me though!) This was before I really started quilting-I just thought they were pretty. Now, with so many scrappy patterns out there- I can't wait to start some scrappy quilts.

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  176. I love scraps. Don"t have too many here. As I am still a new quilter. But I do use them to make mug rugs, string quilt blocks and coasters so far. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway. Love all your scraps. especially the aqua & red ones peeking outta that bag....

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  177. I can always use scraps. I will make scrappy quilts for me or I was thinking about making mug rugs for presents with scraps. Nothing wrong with scraps. They will find a new warm place here with me in Sonora, Ca. Lots of love I will give them. Thank you for being a part of this giveaway and your generous gift bag of scraps.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcgloball.net

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  178. I have acquired a bit of scrap myself and try to use them up asap but I definitely want to build one up so I can do stuff like the spider web block or make a rug of selvages. Thanks for the giveaway. linhs4real@aol.com

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  179. I love sctrappy quilts - but my latest endeavor for scraps has been making Zakka gifts out of them.

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  180. I love scrappy quilts and haven't started one yet. But a friend was working on a string quilt with scraps and it looked so great that I think I will try one of them.

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  181. Scraps are my favorite thing in the quilty world!! I have made two "Scrap Vomit" quilts and a scrappy Trip Around the World quilt. I also use scraps to make hexagons for quilts. I would give your scraps a very happy home! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  182. I love scraps!! And I love making scrappy quilts - right now I'm working on a wonky star quilt where every point is a different fabric, so scraps are my best friends :D

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  183. Oh my gosh!!! scrap giveaways are my favorite. I use scraps in everything I make, weather it be the whole project, or if its a "patch" or applique. Thanks for the chance! I hope if I win, I get lots of novelty fabrics.

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  184. I just got into quilting, and I though my stash is growing, I don't have any scraps! I'd use them to make an exploding star quilt, or a half square triangle quilt! I'm also local ;-)

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  185. I see coasters, project bags and maybe an I-spy quilt just waiting to be made out of those scraps!

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  186. I would mix them with my scraps and make a quilt!

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  187. I adore scraps! Great for applique projects, scrap quilts and bags/pouches. Bring them on!

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  188. I like to use scraps for customize clothes. But I don't have you stash! WOW!!!

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  189. I usually use up my scraps for applique projects. audiodropzone (at) gmail (dot) com

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  190. I like to use them for applique, my husband likes to do string blocks or 2 1/2 inch square projects. Thanks for chance to win.

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  191. I LOVE SCRAPS - I have never made anything other than scrap quilts. I have a scrap quilt on my bed at all times and at the weekend I sit and look at all the different bits of fabric.. and I made it 5 years ago.. and still love to look at them. I also just finished two string quilt tops at the weekend, one brights and one in autumnal colours.... scraptastic!!!

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  192. I love making entire quilts out of scraps--all one color, a combination, or everything. Sometimes they turn out better than quilts you've planned out!

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